USPS 648-200 LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA THURSDAY, Nov. 21, 2013 101" YEAR 30TH Issut < ,ENIS
Here comes the judge!
Bo Bayer enjoying next phase ofa second career
BY VINCENT ALEX BROWN including where he lives. in the Eighth Circuit for 16 years
Th7es Editor "I really enjoy being here in under State At torne Bill Cenr oe.
Union County:" Bayer said. It's basically changing places
Not many people get to He replaces a veritable in the courtroom, Baser said. "I
enjoy two distinct careers that institution, David Reiman, who think the experience of being in
onl5 overlap by the school the scrved as Union County's judge that courtroom for that long, it
attended, and usually not as for 29 years-nearly three gives you the knowledge of the
disparate as that of the new Union decades-and set a record as the courtroom." and the ability to
County court judge. Bo Bayer. longest serving judge here and in flow with things and handle the
Bayer has gone from the wodd the Eighth Circuit. unexpected.
of football-coaching in high -That's a long time," Bayer said. Riemann's judicial assistant,
school and recruiting for the But Bayer, whose term started Velma Browning and now
University of Florida-to serving at the beginning of the year (his Bayer's, outdoes them both with
in the state attorney's office for investiture was March 1), is no 31 years on the job. In Browning,
the Eighth Judicial Circuit. And stranger to the courtroom, having
he's loved every minute of it, served as assistant state attorney See BAYER, 4A
UCHS senior drowns
Charlil McCastle was at a church event
celebrating Thanksgiving early
BY VINCENT ALEX BROWN Both were certified, Terry said, and one
7imes Editor was a lifeguard.
"You can't ask for help any better than 88
Another tragedy struck Union County tha'," Terry said.
on Saturday afternoon, Nov. 16, when EMS. arrived within minutes of
Union County High School senior Charlil McCastle being pulled out of the water
Sharief McCastle drowned in a pond at a and continued to try to resuscitate him.
home north of Worthington Springs. They took McCastle to Lake Butler
The 17-year-old was attending Grace Hospital and had the ShandsCair medical tudents ta top hono
Christian Fellowshjp's early Thanksgiving helicopter en route to transport him to UF
meal along with over 100 others at the Health in Gainesville (formerly known as at National FFA Convention
home of church members Alvin and UF&Shands).
Tonda Elixson. They had offered their The medical team at the hospital was BY TAYLOR WILKINS level activities during the 2012-
home for Pastor Terry Elixson, Alvin's able to get a heartbeat, but could not LB Sr. FFA Chapter President 13 academic year.
brother, to use forthe event. sustain it, nor stabilize McCastle efiough In addition to attending
Alvin was away at a viewing for the to fly him out. He was pronounced dead Four Lake Butler Sr. FFA convention sessions, browsing
Elixson brothers' last surviving uncle at 6:48 p.m. members earned the privilege the FFA Career Fair and
who recently passed away. Alvin tolddeputies that the pond is very to attend and compete at the Expo and competing in the
Behind the house is a 300 foot by 325 blue but has a clay bottom. After being National FFA Convention this Agriscience Fair, members
foot pond with a depth of 8 to 10 feet, swam in for a while, it gets cloudy, but a CharillSharief McCastle year held in Louisville, Kentucky, traveled throughout Louisville
described as being in the shape of fat "E" person cannot see the bottom even when from Oct. 29 to Nov. 2. and the surrounding areas to tour
when seen from above, with a couple of the water is calmn Two of the four attending the Louisville Slugger Museum
peninsular points on the far sid6-,ach one UCSO Major iry Uirce'l is currently empled as a members 'competed at the & Factory, Churchill DowTfs
sticking out about 70 feet into the pond. chief investigator Who compiled the paraprofessional (teacher assistant) at National FFA Agriscience horse racing track, Joe Huber's
According to a report from the Union department's final report; is baffled Lake Butler Middle School. Fair after qualifying this past Family Farm & Restaurant and
County Sheriff'sOffice,Alvin tolddeputies by what happened. "(McCastle) was a UCHS Principal Mike Ripplinger said June at the Florida State FFA Frazier History Museum.
Sthat while others were swimming in the pretty healthy looking boy. Just a freak counselors and'local pastors were on hand Convention in Orlando. Case Overall, the trip was a success
pond, McCastle apparently dove from the situation." first thing Monday morning;, gathered at Emerson competed in the Food and the members learned a
dock behind the house and preceded to Terry said that four boys decided they the school's library to help students in any Products and Processing Systems great deal about the agriculture
swim to one of the peninsular points on were going to go swimming in the pond way they needed. Division 2, placing third in the industry. while expanding their
the other side about 200 feet away, but had and across it-something the adults didn't "They did a remarkable job" Ripplinger nation overall. Emerson has now personal and leadership horizons.
trouble shortly before reaching it and began even know about. said. He also said that many tears in the earned the honor of being the The Lake Butler FFA Chapter
to tread water. A couple of people swam "Qnce the boys got near the other side, morning turned to laughter later on as highest-placing Lake Butler FFA and the National FFA Convention
they realized that students shared fond memories of their member to participate in the attendees thank Willows Cafd for
... M e 'e t this one boy was fornerclassmate. National Agriscience Fair. hosting the attendees and advisors
struggling," Terry They'also signed his desk at school and Also competing in the on Nov. 13foradeliciousandlhearty
said. "They started a large poster that hung in one of the halls. Agriscience Fait was Holly breakfast. The chapter knows its
t ^ i die'y struggling:' Ter Thhay C McCastle asnd bran in t ovasrfa i Nios., heart y
screaming and tha's McCastle was born in Newark, N.J., Tucker. She placed fourth in success as an FFA Chapter would
when we realized on Feb. 1, 1996, before eventually the nation in the Plant Science not be possible without the support
that they were even moving to Lake Butler and Starke. He Category Division 2. of Union County community
'-' ., :in the pond." was an A/B honor roll student and part Taylor Wilkins and Maggie members and businesses.
J I EThey called for, of the weightlifting team. In ninth grade Parrish served as delegates at
Shelp and the adults" McCastle was active in FFA, receiving National FFA Convention. They
called 911. That's the Greenhand Degree, and played on the earned a spot on this year's trip TOP: FFA Advisors ErIn
entered the water he played on the JV basketball team and in the Sr. and Middle School with Case Emerson.
'to locate McCastle. was a member of the Black History Club. FFA Chapters through their
Students aigned a poster hung up in the hall of Union "What I know His family said that McCastle "loved involvement in chapter and state- BELOW: Holly Tucker.
County High School "In Loving Memory of Charil." is there were many to play football and basketball. He loved
youth and adults people and led them to the Lord."
that went into action Like his parents, McCastle was, a
out to help him, but McCastle began to pull and any that wasn't in the water was on the member of True Vine Outreach Ministry
them under, which is common behavior for bank praying," Ennis said. "The outing in Starke.
a drowning victim, was our Thanksgiving dinner and Charlil McCastle was preceded in death by
A third person started to swim to him was a guest of some of the youth." his sister Brianni McCastle; maternal .
but McCastle slipped under water and did McCastle had been invited to attend the grandparents, Carrie Lee Williams
not come back up. event by a church member while playing and Thomas Jefferson; .and paternal -
Laura Wright called 911 at 5:16 p.m. basketball with him, and came with grandfather Leslie Marsh.
Tyler McDavid, a ,student, located several friends. He is survived by his parents; two
.. McCastle under the water and he and His parents, Charlie and Darcel sisters, Mahogany Grimsley and Shanina 'N- .
Janyce Worrell, an adult, pulled McCastle McCastle, told deputies "that their son McCastle; three brothers, Jimmy Peace, -
out. They immediately began CPR and was a decent swimmer and he had no Charlie McCastle and Brandin McCastle;
Associate Pastor John Ennis assisted. medical conditions." and paternal grandmother, Leonia Marsh.
Funeral services will be held on
Saturday, Nov. 23, -at the UCHS
auditorium. Officiating will be Pastor
Ross Chandler from True Vine, Pastor
Jason Johns from First Baptist Church of
Lake Butler and Charlil's father.
The family invites friends for visitation
at Archer Funeral Home in Lake Butler
on Friday, Nov. 22, from 6 to 8 p.m.
Archer Funeral Home is in charge
of all arrangements. Call them for
more information at 386-496-2008. A
guestbook can be signed and memories
shared at www.archerfuneralhome.com.
In lieu of flowers the family asks that
donations be given to the trust account
named; "In Loving Memory of Charlil
"fMdMcCastle7 at Community State Bank in
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2A UNION COUNTY TIMES TIMRSDAY, NOV. 21, 2013
NOTING Lake Butler
F car .il School
Union County Ministerial "Perfect A"
Associaton a Un Ho r Roll -
County Farm Burma in
coaraon with the Unin Kindergarten
County Extension Office will
celebrak Farm-City Week oh
Mon day, Nov 25. at 600 p.m. (Top row, l-r) Rachael
a the Lake Butler Communiy Archer, Wyatt Barber,
Center. This isan opportunity Alayah Boykin and
for the community to get -Jepp-on Dang. (Second
togetier and celebrae this row, I-r) Wyatt Elson
wonderful event. Sydni Faulk, Metisa Gurley
Please bring a dish for your (Top row, I-r) Harbor Beot Leanne Dicks, Damtr Holland and Isabella Hedrick.
family and three more people and Elijah Moore. (MIdIe, -0r) Allison White, Brooldyn Bames, (Third row, I-r) Bella Jones,
along with a serving utensil. Natale Cambell and Tucker Secik. (Front) Alexis Moris. Keegan Shuler and Eva
Meat will be provided. Whitehead. (Front, l-r)
Music and entertainment Rhett Prevatt and Abigall
will follow the meal. Will ams
Thaunksglvng mal at
Spinkle PAK No 26 (Tcp row, -r)
AdvartagFbintrsfonnamne Thomas Clark,
is hosting its Second Annual Kendall Crawford
Thanksgiving Day Dinnr and Bradyn Kenned
T dnerwllnand Bradyn Kennedy.
place on Tuesday, Nov. 26, McClellon, Aubree
at Sprinkle Field in Lake McDowall, Alnalee
Butler, from I I a.m. to 2 p.m. McMinn and Anthony
Dinners will be sved Roberts on.
FREE to the public. (Front row, I-r) Kayla
President of Advantage Thomas, Isabella
Point Perfrmance, Sampsn o (Top row, I-r) Sierra Bell, Bryce Cavanagh, Mason Fassett Thompson, Brianna
Jackson said, "We'v been so and Lacy Fipps. (Middle, I-r) Grace Hobson, Isabelle Kirsten, Tomlin and Anthony
blys d as an orm niza ion Ryan Mauga and Krystal Rhoden. (Front) Lynze Thomas. Widemond.
by this commuaniy, this is Not pictured is Kayla Manucy and Mason White.
just a way for us to say that
we really appreciate our
to Raford, Nov. 301to s s
Join Santa for breakfast Thanksgiving dinner for more information, call Pastor
on Saturday, Nov. 30, from those in need, Nov. 24 Adam Page at 386-365-6968.
8 to 11 a.m. at the Rasford
Community Center. -The Christ Central Lake Butleru
menu will be $3 forchildren, will host a Thanksgiving dinner
$5 for adults, and will Sunday, Nov. 24, at the Lake Asr s
include country grits, egg Butler Community Center from 2 r P
scramblers, sausage gravy, t 4 pm M l l b provided
4 p.m. Meals wi ov d 275 West Main Street, Lake Butler, FL 32054
-hearty biscuits, toast, coffee, for community members who
hot cocoa and condiments. are less fortunate and may (Suwannee Medical Building)
Santa will read a book to otherwise not have a meal this
the children and will give Thanksgiving holiday. Providence Village 386-4969656 12 Year's Experience Admittedto State and Federal Bar (M and S. Dist)
each child a surprise. Photo The menu will include Baptist homecoming, Probate Family Deeds Wills Adoption Litigation Corporate
Sbunities will also b e t en Probate Family Deeds *Wils Adoption Litigation Corporate
opportunities will turkey and ham, green beans, Thanksgiving, Nov. 24
available. And two bikes will sweet potato casserole, mashed
be ,given away. potatoes, gravy, dressing, Providence Village Baptist
Adults without children cranberry ..sauce, apple -crisp, Church will. have their .
are also welcome. pumpkin spicecake, dinner rolls homecoming and Thanksgiving 1 ..
This fundraiser is and sweet or unsweetened tea. service and celebration on
sponsored by the Town of Donations needed for the dinner Sunday, Nov. 24. Sunday School
Raiford and all proceeds go include: 15 large cans of green starts at 9:30 a.m. Worship
to the Raiford Building Fund beans, eight large cans of sweet service starts at 10:30 a.m., with
potatoes, six large cans of sliced community meal to follow. TObacco
W d1 ... apples, 30 boxes of Stove Top All are invited.
Is Doc. 14, applicats stuffing, 20 boxes of low sodium The chbrch is located at 4504 Florida
available for download chicken broth 32oz (sold at the West S.R. 238 in Providence.
The theme for this dollar store), eight large boxes of For more information, visit
year's annual City of ake '. instant potatoes, six canned cream www.providencevillage.org.
8Uer Christmas parade is, of chicken soup, eight boxes of
ristmas in Paradise." Duncan Hines classic yellow cake Santa Fe Mennonite
The parb will start at mix, 300 dinner rolls (not brown- invites all to service
6 p.m. on Saturday, Dec, 14, and-serve),48 one-gallon tea bags,
For those wanting to 20 bags of sugar, three dozen eggs Santa Fe Mennonite Church
participate, an application and 30 large aluminum serving welcomes all to attend service on
is vailable for nl pans. Sundays at 9:30 a.m. and the first
at 'he city's website: For more information on and third Sunday of each month
wwwt akebu r. donations or the community at 6 p.m.
..........-. .... dinner, call Pastor Adam Page at The church is located at
WS Clristnas In 386-365-6968. 4555 S.W. 107th Ave. For more
Pank, Dec. 1 information, call 386-984-0938
Worthing Sprg Christ Central LB or 352-339-2249.
a hosting "Christmas in the hosting Eddie James Palmer graduates
Park" on Saturday, ie. 14, Ministries, Nov. 24
from 9a.m. to 5 p.m.'It will Christ Central Lake Butler is basic training
be a fun time for children hosting two "powerful" services
with bouncy houses and featuringEddieJamesMinistries
letters to Santa. It will also on Sunday, Nov. 24, at 11 a.m.
f.ture an arts and rafts and 6 p.m. Admission is free and
show for the adults. youth groups are welcome.
FIr infocal1386496-2689, The church is located at 16045
SE 71st Trail, Lake Butler. For M iL
During the nine weeks of i
training, the soldier studied, the --
Army mission, history, tradition
and core values and physical .
fitness. He also received
instruction and practice in basic
tnion touatp, imes combat skills, military weapons dfiNV f d_ Ui
ceremony, marching, rifle I.- ,
F aP e ua coba map reading,-aa
+;" POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: military justice system, first aid,
UNION COUNTY TIMES foot rnarchys and field training .
125 E. Main Street. Lake Butler, FL 32054 exercsess. ano t i8 ,
(386) 496-2261 County High SchooL U nIi
John M. Miller, Publisher graduation, he will be go to Fort fi I ,
$019.(pyM. Spofl-,E, : cl,, S Palmer of Lake butler and ___
$.0six mo.sin0ths ,,,,ne ,o,, s. Marshall Palmer Jr. of Providence,
OutEeTrnle eaGlm Enetnor* and the grandson of Jimmy and" -- _
C.00i Tr e Prodl. Earl W Ray Brenda Beasley of Lake Butler and -.. .....
ican.dAdv,. Mauyso iryaomn Julianne and the late Marshall
$0)0 si mniilhs Bookkeepin: Joan stwal-Jons Palmer of Providence.
THURSDAY, Nov. 21, 2013 UNION CouNTY TIMES 3A
(Top row, I-r) Parker Parrish, Erick Lasseter, Rico
Ridgeway and Brooklyn Fortney. (Second row, I-r) Bailey
: .Vames, Briana Elixson, Mason Mobley and Carsyn
(op row, I-r) Sarah Baker, Amia Bethea, Chloe Gartman Dukes. (Third row, I-r) Cash Cox, Zariya Green, Shayna
Jenna Glass. (Middle row, I-r) Jackson Hipps, Preali Durrance and Ashlyn Thomas. (Front) Brycen Sapp, John
IMinn, Colton Norman and Evan Roberts. (Front, I-r) Boyette, Aldan Hancock and Lance Hunter. Not pictured
lyn Simmons, Daina Smith and Amry Sullivan. is Cayden Coarsey and Elexis Jenkins.
(Top row, i-r) Jesse Dicks, Hunter Garber, Ayden Dicks and
Dewey Fowler. (Second row, I-r) William Cason Denson,
Emma Newman and Macie Wilson. Third row, I-r, Nolan
Gibson, Makaylin Randolph, Garrett Keen and Katelyn
l Seay. (Third row, I-r) Kerissa Seay, Eva Sharrah and Blaine
kins, Nelson Ward and Blake Wimpy. Not pictured Is (Top row, I-r) Whitney Eady, Aja Griffin and Zachary Harden, Kaleb Parrish, Marcos Sanchez-Gutlerroz and
like Malphurs and Emily PIlcher. Moody. (Front) Jacob Scott. Not pectured is Choand e Geger. Selah Tompkns. (Front) Chelsea Waters and Alden WelCodi Huneyz.
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4A UNION COUNTY TIMEs THURSDAY, Nov. 21, 2013
p"And then the% run the north end zone a -The Jungle judge Bayer freenly
quarterback sneak. Then people And he's been known to hang admits that he lets I M-d
Continued from A startun criticizing, but ou're the out at Jackson Building Supply his active Catholic
one ,ho's got to make that call, as %ell, to simply sit a spell with faith impact his
Bayer inherits a great resource *What did he do that for?!' Well, those who oork and shop there. rulings, but with
who has seen it all and hdelps him ~ en %ou'c got tomake the call He said his wife likes it here. caeeals.
nao igate the new job. on that thing-and as a-judge. too, and has gotten %cer itnoled "I alaays pra
"I think it's going great, Baper that's the big difference.- "ith a lot oflthings and has met a that I make the
said.1 really enjoy working with The Gators lost to the lot of new friends. right judgment,- -
people." Hurricanes in that game back in Their oldest son. Benjamin. Bayersaid.-"ncisil
One of those people is someone September. graduated from Buchholz and court. I tell people,
new to Bader: Clerk of Courts Being the one to make the cal attended the Colorado School sometimes. _1 am
Kellic Hendricks Connell. -I Sas the biggest surprise. but one o( Mines. a state engineering not Solomon.' I'll
think she's doing a great job." Bayer pretty much knec going uniersity in Golden. He played do my best, but I'm
Like Connell. Bayer %ias in. and not much else has been football there for the Orediggers, not Solomon. But
sworn in on Jan. 8 along with anything unexpected. a Division II program that is part that's where you
three officials who took oser for "You've been around this long of the Rocky Mountain Athletic hate to turn and
incumbents who had also held enough, there's not a "hole lot Conference. He also received a look at the statutes.
their posts for two decades or that's new for you," Bayer said. masters from a school in Texas "There's only
more. Connell filled the seat of "I'm just really pleased," and no% works in environmental one Solomon."
Regina Pdrrish who had sered Bayer said."The people in Union engineering and lives in Austin MembersofBayers Bible study Workman steals from
in her role for 20 years. Johnson County have been great. This is a along with his wife, Carolyn, group gave him a set of bookends ,
was elected to the office of great place; it's a great position. and their two children-four- that sit on a low shelf behind his judge Bayer's house
county tax collector that Patsy I'm very honored that the people year-old Owen and two-year-old desk that has an inscription from
Ellison filled for 24 years. All have accepted me into the Maddie-and one on the way. 2 Chronices 1:10 on it: "Give me Evenajudgein Union Countyi't immunefrom rine.
three incumbents happened to- community, although I was here "He's a smartfellal, Bayer said now wisdom and knowledge," Union County Court Judge Bo Baer and hiswife, Monica,
retire at the same time, and for for, Lord knows, how long." of his son. spoken by king Solomon as his had nearly $2,000 in jewelry-severa rings and a necklace-
good reason: Retirement laws for Before moving here, Bayer Bayer's youngest son, Luke, sole request to God. stolen from their house.by an employee of Starke-bas we Teal
Florida officials changed. lived in Gainesville, just two also graduated from Buchholz "You have to be careful about Tile Carpet One For & Home while workwabeing done on
Bayer had thought about miles from Buchholz High and went to Duke University on bringing the good Lord into the their house last month.
being a judge, but had given School where his wife of 40 a football scholarship to play as a courtroom," Bayer cautioned, In early October, Monica discoveredthat two rinp were
up on it. Riemann's retirement years, Monica, was a teacher three-yearstarterontheoffensive but calls upon God to give him missing, but both her huMsband and the general contractor,
announcement at the beginning and guidance counselor for 15 line for the Blue Devils. wisdom and knowledge to make Judson Jckson, thought the rings were'simplymisplced.
of last year surprised Bayer, years. (Bo was also a guidance While atDukeheused to come the right decisions. Jackson said he had used Teal Tile many ties before and
though it made sense in counselor in his "past life.") home and head to Union County Since there is no Catholic never had any complaipts oftheft.,
retrospect, because of the Getting a car and gas from to workout with Pruitt and bring church in Lake Butler, he splits But when six rings went missingand eventually all of them,
retirement law changes. the state to commute to Union Buchholz guys to play informal his attendance between his the Bayter both knew thejewelry had been stolenThat's when
That was his chance to make County made it that much easier seven-on-seven matchups with own church where he and his they call in theUnion County Serffs Offie, and Mqjor
a go of iL to stay put. UCHS guys during the summer. wife are very active, Queen of Garry Seay responded.
"Most people, when they're But even all that time, Bayer "He's pretty familiar with Peace Catholic Community in- Seay was then told by Teal Tile tat ll of themeninvolve
in court all the time, you always said he hung out in Union County. Union County," Bayer said. "A Gainesville, and St. Edward had worked for the company several years, except Cody Wayne
think about what you would do After 30 or so years in lot of people know him" ,. Catholic Church in Starke. -Andrews. -
fromthe bench differently-you education, his wife retired He's now in mnedical sales in But Bayerappreciates his friends Seay found Andrews at a new cnsutruction site. The suspect
know, the same, differently, what the August before Riemann's Atlanta and married his wife, of faith here in Union County. He denied involvement by him and his coworkers, though he
you like, what you don't like, retirement, opening up the Hilary, in March. hadArt Peterson, minister of First admitted he had a criminal past. Whentold 4iscoworkers were H
things like that" Bayer said. opportunity to run, and of course Even though Luke flunked Christian, and Scott Fisher, former pleared, Andrews confessed to taking theje ry and selling it s
"I was happy forjudge Reiman move to Union County if Bayer his NFL physicals due health minister of Lake.Butier Church of to North Florida Rare C ns in Lake City f $471.0.
(being able to retire). I likejudge won. issues with feet and shoulders, Christ, pray at his investiture back According to Sey's epor, drws" the rnor to
Reiman. I worked with him a Bayer's wife told him, "Hey, he's gone on to run in the New in March. help him recover the Jewelry at be ged 'iojudge Bayer's
long time.Very good judge, very I'm not working anymore, so if York Marathon, did an Ironman And he meets with a small wife.
good judge," Bayer said. "Very you want it, go ahead and give it in Louisville, Kentucky, and group of men for the Promise It-was successfully recovered, w ta total,,Assessedvalue of
knowledgeable of the law." a shot." recently did a half-Ironman in Keepers breakfast every Friday $1, 845. "
So there's not much he would The state attorney's office Macon, Ga., which his* father morning at 6 a.m. .at First Andrews was charged iUgrand Ircey of the3rd degree,
change, if anything. had asked Bayer to relocate marvels at. Christian Church of Lake Butler, a felony, and arrested late last month by the Lake City Police
"As far as judge Reiman, the several times, "but the money Bayer is obviously proud of his which he calls, "definitely multi- Department. Recently he was transported to the Union County
way he did things, I just ant difference wasn't worth giving sons. denominational." Jail to face trial.
to kind of keep things going:' up the friendships I had in Union "We have a pretty close Bayer laughs, saying, "Boy, The charges against Andrews are not proven and is
Bayer said. "Because he was County," Bayer said. "Here's family'" Bayer reflected. if people followed the Bible, presumed innocent until aO udicated guiltyby a court. -
very respectful of the parties, the what's funny: When I came to "I've been 'very fortunate to judging would be a great-job. .
defendants. Union County I only knew two have two complete lives" Bayer I mean, no offense. And it's
"I have seen other judges people in this whole county-that said, "because I spent 20 years in hard not to say that in court
who were very short sometimes was Robby Pruitt and Rowland football and then law school. I was sometimes..
with people, not listening,":' he Cummings from over at the high 42 years old when I went to law "I .just believe, to make the
continued. "I thought judge school. They're the ones that told school, and that's been 20 years." wisest decisions that you can,
Reiman was a very good listener. me I needed to come up here."- He always thought he might there's a place for it:" he said.
I liked that in him and that's "'These are your. kind of obtain the judge's seat-in Union "But I do keep it out of the '. Maximum strength
something I bring to the bench, I people, Bo,:" they told Bayer. County through an appointment, courtroom, I believe. I've never analgesic creme for
think.I will listen to thel eople." "And they W&re tight," Bayer if, for ingd~idce, Risiman had won been aF tised o' al .. tem6f rla f3lt fWdm.
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Bayer said, "andjudge Reiman did was happy. They told him he now having to be a politician, he prayer, we open graduation with Back aches
a good job of giving people, as I needed to come to Union County. determined it was worth it... a prayer. And my-wife picked up
all it, 'their time in court' or 'their (Pruitt is a former Union "Just the opportunity and on that right away."
time infront of the judge.' ... County High School head the fact that I[just figured I had Even grand jury selection is Reliable service at a sensible price
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UCHS JROTC Raider Team takes first place
in three events in its first competjtion
Cadet Emily Potter takes third place in individual Iron Man
e Union County High School JR(TC and the One-Mile Cross Country Rscue
Iaider Team competed in the Area I Regional Cadet Emily Potter also took third place in the C
Championship at Samuel W. Wolfson High individual "iron Man" competition that was
SSchool in Jacksonville on Nov. 16. held.
This competition was the team's first official The team was led by RaiderTeamCommander
meet, and they took first place ip three of the Quay Drawdy and Deputy Commander Dalton
five events: The Rope Bridge, Sandbag Relay Long.
UCHS JROTC Raider Teem Members: (Back row, I-r) Ethan West, Avery Drawdy,
Samantha Potter, Quay Drawdy, Cody Bynum, Kyle Clemons, Colby Bridgman,
Gavin Drawdy and Dalton Long. (Front row, I-r) Joseph Chlominto, Chase
Willianms, Emily Potter, Shannon Rosier and Kantlyn Reed.
ACORN Clinic Executive Director Candice King holds the award with 10-year-old
Mackenzie Britt, who attends Lake Butler Elementary School. Mackenzie attended the
event with her mother, Dana Britt, who Is a dental assistant at ACORN Clinic.
(L-r) UCSO Deputy Jared Ellis, UCHS Principal Mike Ripplinger, UCHS Asst. Principal
Bill Cross, K-9 Inspector Curtis Gore, UCSO Deputy Donnie Jones, UCSO SRO Deputy ACORN Clinic awarded for service to homeless
Jason Lepanto, K-9 Inspector Travis Rimes, K-9 Senior Inspector Brett Handley.
K-9s e ACORN Clinic, located in houses the free healthcare clinics Room for treatment, they have
K-9 Units search"The Ouetpost," UCHS parking lot Brooker, was recognized as and Trinity United Methodist received an antibiotic and pain
an "Outstanding Organization Church that provides free van medication-but the source of
On Friday, Nov. 15, K-9 Units in Union County had to go on K-9. targeted a small baggie Providing Services to the transportation' for the homeless the problem still remains.
searched the Union County lock-down. containing trace amounts of Homeless" on Nov. 14, awarded patients to ACORN Dental The program is supported
Alternative School, "The The search was to locate any marijuana in a common area of by the Alachua County Clinic to receive dental services. by several sources: Alachua
Outpost" looking for illegal illegal narcotics or prescription The Outpost. Coalition for the Homeless and ACORN Clinic has procured County government, volunteer
narcotics. The entire search.toqk pills located at either school.This Sheriff Jerry Whitehead stated, Hunger during the 15th Annual funding and volunteer dentists to dentists who donate their time
less than one hour. The search is a law enforcement effott in 'Thisisjustanothertool andeffort Breakfast on the Plaza and provide the services-to Helping and foundation funding. It has
was conducted by the Florida UCSO's continued fight against to keep our children safe and away Homeless Services Fair at the Hands patients for free. During been funded by the Florida
Department of Corrections illegal narcotics. The K-9 dogs from illegal drugs or other harmful Bo Diddley Community Plaza thisatime period, the program has Blue Foundation in recent years,
Inspector General's Office, have been extensively trained on activities. The K-9s and officers in downtown Gainesville. assisted over 975 patients with but that funding is ending in
Contraband Interdiction Unit locating illegal substances. that were used are highly skilled Since 2009, Helping Hands services valued at $403,000. December 2013 and Will not be
K-9 Teams and Union County Less than a dozen students and trained. This was a routine Clinic has collaborated with the The homeless patients that renewed.
sheriff's Office patrol units. attend The Outpost and they search that we conduct randomly ACORN Dental Clinic as well come to ACORN's Urgent Anyone can receive dental
s eso included in the search was were removed from their classes throughout the year." as several faith-based partners Dental Care Clinic for Homeless care at the ACORN Clinic.,
Union County High School during the 'search of their Union County Superintendent to provide urgent dental care to Residents usually have not had Call 352-485-2772 to make
rking lot area. During this belongings and common areas, of Schools Carlton Faulk said, patients seen at the clinic. The dental care for (nany years, if an appointment. The clinic is
earch the UCHS and. Lake as well as student parking and "Thanks to the Union. County faith-based partners include ever. They are in pain and need located at 23320 North S.R.
Butler Middle School was not exterior searches of vehicles Sheriff's Office and Department First United Methodist Church immediate dental assistance. If 235 in Brooker. Learn more at
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In 2 Peter 3:9, we learn God is being longsuffering because schools drug free. My goal is
He is, "ript willing that any should perish but that all should to provide a safe environment
come to epentance." God's patience is extended toward those for your hovidre a nd s afe environmentnks to
in sin in hopes they might repent. However, it is possible to for your childre and thanks to
squander the opportunity God's longsuffering affords us and the sheriff's office for our great
despise His longsuffering by failing to repent. In Romans 2:4 partnership to accomplish that
Paul poses this question, "Or do you despise the riches of His goal."
goodness, forbearance, and long:uffering, not knowing that the Lt. Lyn Williams, UCSO
goodnesl of God leads you to repentance?" We despise God's patrol lieutenant stated that they
longsufferingwhen we fail to take the opportunity He is giving continue to monitor schools
us tp repent. When one despises God's longsuffering by failing daily for any illegal activities
to repent one is, "treasuring up ... wrath in the day of wrath and and will again have the K-9
revelation, of the righteous judgment of God" (Ronians .2:5). I teams back for repeated searches
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repentance., school properties to continue to
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UCT Legals 11/21/13 of the 8th Judicial Crcut min and tor Case No 63-2013-CA-000016 of te 51 SECONDS WEST. ALZOG SAID v FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH 13 DE
UNION County. Flonda BANK OF Crcurt Court of the E .h Judical NORTH LINE A DISTAI-'E CO KEITH A BAGGETT: UNKNOWN GREES 31 MINUTES 38 SECONDS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR AMERICA, N A. SUCCESSOR BY Circuit i and Ior Union CcFnty For- 605 00 FEET TO THE POiNT OF BE- SPOUSE OF KEITH A BAG- WEST. A DISTANCE OF 199.0-
UNION COUNTY. FLORIDA MERGER TO BAC HOME LOANS ida in wtich HS8C BANK USA NA- GINNING GETT: AMERICAN ENTERPRISE FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH 85 DE-
PROBATE DIVISION SERVICING. LP FKA COUNTRY- TIONAL ASSOCIATION AS TRUST- TOGETHER WITH A PERPETUAL BANK OF FLORIDA; UNKNOWN GREES 01 MINUTE 06 SECONDS
FILE NUMBER 63 2013 CP 0025 WIDE HOME LOANS SERVICING. EE FOR ACE SECURITIES CORP EXCLUSIVE 3000 FOOT EASE- TENANT #1; UNKNOWN TENANT EAST, A DISTANCE OF 242-32 FEET.
DIVISION LP is Plaintiff and JOHN IRWIN: HOME EOUITY LOAN TRUST SE- MENT FOR INGRESS. EGRESS #2; ALL OTHER UNKNOWN PAR- TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING .
IN RE ESTATE OF TERESA IRWIN. UNKNOWN PER- RIES 2005-S02 ASSET-BACKED AND UTILITIES. OVER. ACROSS TIES CLAIMING INTERESTS BY, If you are a person claiming a right
MARVIN H PRITCHETT, SON(S) IN POSSESSION OF THE PASS THROUGH CERTIFICATES ;s AND ALONG THE SOUTHER- THROUGH. UNDER. AND AGAINST to funds remaining after the sale. you
Deceased SUBJECT PROPERTY: are defen- the Plainf and Bruce E Ockson an, LY PORTION THEREOF MORE A NAMED DEFENDANT(S) WHO must file a claim with the clerk no tat-
NOTICE TO CREDrTORS dants I will sel to the highest and Retha A Dcxson are DefenCarts PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD er than 60 days after the sale If you
The administration of the estate of best bidder for cash at IN THE FRONT the Union County Cler of the CircuCi FOLLOWS COMMENCE AT THE OR AUVE. WHETHER SAME UN- tail to file a claim you will not be ent
MARVIN H PRITCHETT, deceased, LOBBY OF THE COURTHOUSE Court wi sea to me highest and best SOUTHWEST CORNER OF SAID KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN tied to any remaining funds. After 6(
whose date of death was Augustr24. AT 55 WEST MAIN STREET. LAKE bidder for cash at the Union County SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF SOUTHWEST INTEREST AS SPOUSES. HEIRS. days. only the owner of record as or
2013. is pending in the CircuSt Court BUTLER IN UNION COUNTY. FLOR- Courthouse 55 West Marn Street 1/4 OF SECTION 23. AND RUN DEVISEES. GRANTEES. OR OTH- the date of the lis pendens may claint
for Union County. Florida, Probate IDA 32054, at 1100AM .on the 16th Lake Budter, Florida 32054-1600 NORTH 89 DEGREES 43 MINUTES ER CLAIMANTS. the surplus.
Division, the address of which is 55 day of January. 2014, the following Union County, Flordida at on the 231 51 SECONDS EAST. ALONG THE Defendant(s). WITNESS my hand and the seal (c
W Main Street. Lake Butler, Florida described property as set forth in said day of January 2014 the folowing SOUTH UNE OF SAID SECTION NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE the court on November 14. 2013.
32054. The names and addresses of Final Judgment, to wit: described property as set forth m said 23. A DISTANCE OF 64.95 FEET TO NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursu- KELLIE HENDRICKS CONNELL
the personal representatives and the COMMENCE AT A 4 INCH SOUARE Final Judgment of Foreclosure THE INTERSECTION WITH THE ant to a Final Summary Judgment CLERK OF THE COURT
personal representatives attorney CONCRETE MONUMENT (LA- A PORTION OF THE NW 1/4 OF EAST RIGHT-OF-WAY UNE OF dated November 7, 2013, entered in By: Crystal Norman
are set forth below BEL: LL LEE & ASSOC.) AT THE THE SW 1/4 OF SECTION 18. COUNTY ROAD NUMBER 18-A; Civil Case No.: 13000002CAAXMX. Deputy Cler
If you have been served with a copy NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE TOWNSHIP SOUTH. RANGE 21 THENCE RUN NORTH 01 DEGREES of the Circuit Court of the Eighth Ju- Attorney for Plaintiff:
of this notice and you have any claim SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF SAID SEC- EAST, UNION COUNTY. FLORIDA 36 MINUTES 34 SECONDS WEST. dicial Circuit in and for Union Coun- Brian M. Streicher. Esquire
or demand against the decedent's es- TION 11. TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DE- ALONG SAID EAST RIGHT-OF-WAY ty. Florida. wherein EVERBANK, is Elizabeth R. Wellbomrn PA- bstre-
tate, even if That claim is unmatured. RANGE 18 EAST, UNION COUN- SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS UNE OF COUNTY ROAD NUMBER Plaintiff, and KEITH A. BAGGETT; firstname.lastname@example.org: docservice@
contingent or unliquidated, you must TY. FLORIDA, RUN N88"46' 18"E. COMMENCE AT THE NE CORNER 18-A. A DISTANCE OF 220.07 FEET UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF KEITH erwlaw.com
file your claim with the court ON OR ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF SAID OF THE NW 1/4 OF THE SW 1/4 OF TO THE INTERSECTION WITH A. BAGGETT; AMERICAN ENTER- 350 Jim Moran Blvd.
BEFORE THE LATER OF A DATE SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION 11; SECTION 18. TOWNSHIP5 SOUTH, THE NORTH LINE OF LANDS RE- PRISE BANK OF FLORIDA; UN- Suite 100
THAT IS 3 MONTHS AFTER THE A DISTANCE OF 551.56 FEET TO RANGE 21 EAST, UNION COUNTY. CORDED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS KNOWN TENANT #1; UNKNOWN Deerfield Beach, FL 33442
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NO- THE INTERSECTION WITH THE FLORIDA, AND RUN SOUTH 03 DE- BOOK 76, PAGE 282, PUBLIC TENANT #2; ALL OTHER UN- Telephone: (954) 354-3544
TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER YOU RE- EASTERLY PRESCRIPTIVE RIGHT- GREES 55 MINUTES 20 SECONDS RECORDS OF UNION COUNTY, KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING IN- Facsimile: (954) 354-3545
CEIVE A COPY OF THIS NOTICE. OF-WAY LINE OF A COUNTY MAIN- EAST, A DISTANCE OF 551.88 FEET FLORIDA, AND THE POINT OF BE- TERESTS BY, THROUGH. UNDER. If you are a person with a disabilit
All other creditors of the decedent TAINED GRADED ROAD; THENCE TO THE POINT OF THE BEGIN- GINNING OF THE HEREINAFTER AND AGAINST A NAMED DEFEN- who needs any accommodation in or
and other persons who have claims CONTINUE RUNNING N8846'18"E, NING; THENCE CONTINUE SOUTH DESCRIBED 30 FOOT EASEMENT; DANTS) WHO ARE NOT KNOWN der to participate in this proceeding,
or demands against decedents es- CONTINUING ALONG SAID NORTH 03 DEGREES 55 MINUTES 20 THENCE CONTINUE RUNNING TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
tate, including unmatured, contin- UNE' OF THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF NORTH 01 DEGREES 36 MINUTES SAME UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY the provision of certain assistanceT
gent or unliquidated claims, must OF SECTION 11, A DISTANCE OF 313.50 FEET TO THE NORTHERLY 34 SECONDS WEST, CONTINUING CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUS- Please contact the ADA Coordinatoi,
file their claims with the court ON 839.80 FEET, TO A 4 INCH SQUARE RIGHT OF WAY OF FORMER ACL ALONG SAID EAST RIGHT-OF-WAY ES, HEIRS. DEVISEES. GRANT- Alachua County Courthouse. 20i
OR BEFORE THE DATE THAT IS 3 CONCRETE MONUMENT (LA- RR; THENCE RUN SOUTH 59 DE- UNE OF COUNTY ROAD NUMBER EES, OR OTHER CLAIMANTS, are East University Ave., Gainesville. FL
MONTHS AFTER THE FIRST PUB- BELED: WATTLES, LEE & ASSOC.) GREES 09 MINUTES 30 SECONDS 18-A, A DISTANCE OF 30.01 FEET; Defendant(s). KELLIE HENDRICKS 32601 at (352) 337-6237 at least 7
LICATION OF THIS NOTICE. AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF WEST, ALONG .THE NORTHERLY THENCE RUN NORTH 89 DE- CONNELL. the Clerk of Court shall days before your scheduled cour
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OB- THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SAID RIGHT OF WAY UNE OF FORMER GREES 43 MINUTES 51 SECONDS sell to the highest bidder for cash appearance, or immediately upodt
JECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION ACL RR, A DISTANCE OF 265.23 EASTADISTANCEOF 604.56 FEET; at the front door of the courthouse, receiving this notification if the timo
FOREVER BARRED. 11; THENCE RUN S01*28'51"E, FEET; THENCE RUN SOUTH 02 DE- 55 W. Main Street Lake Butler, FL before the scheduled appearance i.
NOTWITHSTANDING 'THE TIME ALONG THE EAST LINE OF SAID THENCE RUN NORTH 02 DE- GREES 26 MINUTES 18 SECONDS 32054 at 11:00 a.m., on the 16" day less than 7 days; if you are hearing or
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY NORTHWEST 1/4 OF THE SOUTH- GREES 53 MINUTES 33 SECONDS EAST A DISTANCE OF 30.02 FEET of January, 2014 following described voice impaired call 711.
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR EAST 1/4 OF SECTION 11, A DIS- WEST, A DISTANCE OF 437.76 TO THE INTERSECTION WITH real property as set forth in said Final 11/21 2tchg 11/28-UCt
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S TANCE OF 664.31 FEET TO A 4 FEET, THENCE RUN NORTH 87 DE- SAID NORTH UNE OF LANDS DE- Summary Judgment, to wit:
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. INCH SQUARE CONCRETE MON- GREES 06 MINUTES 27 SECONDS SCRIBED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS A PARCEL OF LAND CONTAINING A IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH)
The date of first publication of this No- UMENT (LABELED: WATTLES, LEE EAST, A DISTANCE OF 228.67 FEET BOOK 76, PAGE 282; THENCE RUN TOTAL AREAOF 1.1 ACRES, MORE 8" JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
tice is Nov. 14,2013. & ASSOC.) AT THE NORTHWEST TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. SOUTH 89 DEGREES 43 MINUTES OR LESS, LYING, BEING AND UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
Attorney for Persondl CORNER OF THE SOUTH 1/2 OF TOGETHER WITH A MOBILE HOME 51 SECONDS WEST, ALONG SAID SITUATE IN SECTION 24, TOWN- CIVIL DIVISION
Representatives: NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SAID SOUTH- LOCATED THEREON AS A PERMA- NORTH UNE, A DISTANCE OF SHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE 18 EAST, UNIFORM CASE NO.: 63-2013-CA:
CLAY B. TOUSEY, JR., ESQUIRE EAST 1/4 OF SECTION 11; THENCE NENT FIXTURE AND APPURTE- 605.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BE- UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA, MORE 000082-CAAX-Mg
Florida Bar No. 221813 RUN N8905'30"E, ALONG THE NANCE THERETO, DESCRIBED AS GINNING. PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS VYSTAR CREDIT UNION,
Fisher, Yousey, Leas & Ball NORTH LINE OF SAID SOUTH 1/2 1996 MOBILE HOME VIN NUMBER Any person claiming an interest in FOLLOWS: COMMENCE AT THE Plaintiff,
818 North AIA, Suite 104 OF NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SOUTH- GAFLT34A23774SH21 WITH TITLE the surplus from the sale, if any, oth- NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE vs.
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082 EAST 1/4 OF SECTION 11, A DIS- NUMBER 0073881446 AND VIN er that the property owner as of the SOUTHWEST 'A OF NORTHEAST JOHN C. TYSON, SR.; ET AL,
(904)356-2600 TANCE OF 517.69 FEET; THENCE NUMBER GAFLT34B23774SH21 date of the lis pendens must file a 1/4 OF SAID SECTION 24, AND Defendant(s).
email@example.com CONTINUE RUNNING N8905'30E, WITH TITLE NUMBER 73881445. claim within sixty (60) days after the RUN NORTH 86 DEGREES 25 MIN- NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
Personal flepresentatives: CONTINUING ALONG SAID NORTH A/K/A 12845 NE STATE ROAD 121 sale. The Court, in its discretion, may UTES 00 SECONDS EAST, ALONG NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursu.
JON W. PRITCHETT LINE OF THE SOUTH 1/2 OF RAIFORD FL* 32083-2467 AKA 121 enlarge the time of the sale. Notice THE NORTH LINE OF SAID SOUTH- ant to a Final Judgment of Mortgag}
4106 S,W. 96th Drive NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SOUTHEAST HIGHWAY 121 RAI of the changed time of sale shall be WEST /4 OF NORTHEAST 1/4 OF Foreclosure dated the 8th day of N-,
Gainesville, FL 32608 1/4 OF SECTION 11, A DISTANCE Any person claiming an interest in published as provided herein. SECTION 24, A DISTANCE OF 9.59 vember, 2013, and entered in Case
PHILLIP W. PRITCHETT OF 142.23 FEET TO THE POINT the surplus from the sale, if any, oth- WITNESS my hand and official seal FEET TO THE INTERSECTION No. 63-2013-CA-000082-CAAX-MX,
Box 311 OF BEGINNING OF THE HEREIN- er than the property owner as of the in the State and County aforesaid this WITH THE WEST RIGHT OF WAY of the Circuit Court of the 8th Judi-
Lake Butler, FL 32054 AFTER DESCRIBED PARCEL OF date of the Lis Pendens must file a 141h day of November 2013. LINE OF COUNTY ROAD NUMBER. cial Circuit in and for Union County,
11/14 2tchg 11/21-UCT LAND; THENCE CONTINUE RUN- claim within 60 days after the sale. Kellie Hendricks Connell S-239; THENCE RUN SOUTH 04 Florida, wherein VYSTAR CREDrI
NING N8905'30"E, CONTINUING Dated in Union County, Florida this Clerk of Court DEGREES 50 MINUTES 05 SEC- UNION is the Plaintiff, and JOHN C.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF, THE ALONG SAID NORTH LINE OF THE 14th day of November, 2013. Crystal Norman ONDS TYSON, SR.; HAZEL TYSON; and
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN SOUTH 1/2 OF THE NORTHEAST Kelli Hendricks Connell Deputy Clerk EAST, ALONG SAID WEST RIGHT JOHN DOE AND JANE DOE AS UN,
AND FOR UNION COUNTY, 1/4 OF SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF SEC- Clerk of the Circuit Court Attorney for Plaintiff: OF WAY LINE OF COUNTY ROAD KNOWN TENANTS are Defendants.
FLORIDA TION 11, A DISTANCE OF 172.05 Union County, Florida Gladstone Law Group, PA NUMBER S-239, A DISTANCE OF I will sell to the highest and best bid-
CASE 63-2013-CP-12 FEET; THENCE RUN SOO05'51"E, By: Crystal Norman 1499 W. Palmetto Park Road, 255.26 FEET TO THE POINT OF BE- der for cash, Courthouse Steps at the
In Re: Estate of A DISTANCE OF 261.71 FEET Deputy Clerk Suite 300 GINNING OF THE HEREINAFTER Union County Courthouse, 55 West
BRANDON SHANE HOLLEY, TO THE INTERSECTION WITH Albertelli Law Boca Raton, FL 33486 DESCRIBED PARCEL OF LAND; Main Street, Lake Butler, FL, 32054
Deceased. THE NORTHERLY PRESCRIP- Attorney for Plaintiff 11/21 2tchg 11/28-UCT THENCE CONTINUE RUNNING at 11:00 a.m. in accordance with Sec-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS TIVE RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF A P.O. Box 23028 SOUTH 04 DEGREES 50 MINUTES tion 45.031, Florida Statutes on the
The administration of the estate of COUNTY MAINTAINED GRADED Tampa.FL 33623 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 05 SECONDS EAST, CONTINUING 16th day of January, 2014, the follow,-
BRANDON SHANE HOLLEY, de- ROAD, THENCE RUN S8338'03"W, (813)221-4743 EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND ALONG SAID WEST RIGHT OF WAY ing described property as set forth ig
ceased, whose date of death was ALONG SAID NORTHERLY PRE- (813)221-9171 facsimile FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA LINE OF COUNTY ROAD NUMBER said Final Judgment, to wit:
APRIL 11, 2013, is pending in the SCRIPTIVE RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE, eService: servealaw@albertellilaw. CIVIL DIVISION S-239, A DISTANCE OF 219.86 SEE EXHIBIT A" ATTACHED.
Circuit Court for Union County, Flor- A DISTANCE OF 92:14 FEET TO com Case No.: 13000002CAAXMX FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH 88 .A parcel of land lying, being and situ.
ida, the address of which is: 55 West THE POINT OF CURVATURE OF If you are a person with a disability EVERBANK, DEGREES 47 MINUTES 01 SEC- ate in Section 28, Township 6 Southi
Main Street, Lake Butler, Florida A CURVE TO THE LEFT; THENCE who needs any accommodation in Plaintiff, OND WEST, A DISTANCE OF 213.43 Range 19 East, Union County, Flor-
32054. RUN SOUTHWESTERLY, CON- order to participate in this proceed-
The names and addresses of the per- TINUING ALONG SAID NORTHER- ing, you are entitled, at no cost to. ,. .,.
sonal representative and the person- TYINUIN A O SA ID R -,y you, to e a. . p of,.cn arta assis- ,'w w v -i xrna < A
al representative's attorney are- set tNNo'A DISTMNCOR F ".91FE. tance. Of.Ts rl .wjth a.2dsbility, who .,,, , .
forth below. AS MEASURED- ALONG-THE-ARC need any-accomodation in order to
All creditors of Decedent and other OF A CURVE CONCAVE SOUTH- participate should call Jan Phillips, "' I, cllUo
persons having claims or demands .'EASTERLY AND HAVING A RADIUS ADA Coordinatory, Alachua County
against Decedent's estate on whom OF 353:52 FEET, SAID ARC BEING Courthouse, 201 E. University Ave.,
be served must file their claims with INQOA BEARING OF S7846'44"W 6237 within two (2) working days has the answ er to you r
this court WITHIN THE LATER OF AND A DISTANCE OF 59.84 FEET; of receipt of this notice; if you are
3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME' OF THENCE RUN N0431'15"W, A DIS- hearing impaired, please call 1-800-
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS TANCE OF 281.72 FEET TO THE 955-8771; if you are voice impaired, i gh .r pces
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE POINTOF BEGINNING. please call 1-800-955-8770.
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN 11/21 2tchg 11/28-UCT
THIS NOTICE ON THEM. 2005 FLEETWOOD EXPRESSION
All other creditors of Decedent and MANUFACTURED HOME, VIN NOS. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
other persons having claims or de- QAFL575A76724EX21 .&. GAFL- EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
mands against Decedent's estate 575B78724EX21 AND FOR UNION COUNTY,
must file their claims with this court A rsori claiming an interest in the. FLORIDA.
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE surplus from the sale, if any, other CASE No. 12000105CA
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION than the property owner as of the BAYVIEW LOAN SERVICING, LLC, *tar
OF THIS NQTICE. date of the ls pendens must file a PLAINTIFF ___-_ y _'
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN claim within 60 days after the sale. VS. Kyr
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN Dated this 14th day of November, NORMAN A. ROMERO, ET AL. Kyoera Technology
SECTION 733.702, FLORIDA STAT- 2013 DEFENDANT(S). g 1I
UTES WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. KELLIE HENDRICKS CONNELL NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE CS 1135
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME As Clerk of said Court NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursu-
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY By Crystal Norman ant to the Final Judgment of Foreclo- B/W Copier *
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR As Deputy Clerk sure dated November 7, 2013 in the
MORE AFTER DECEDENT'S DATE This notice is provided pursuant to above action; the Union County Clerk $
OF DEATH IS BARRED. Admipistrative Order No. 2.065. of Court will sell to the highest bidder $1,100 purchase
The date of first publication of this no- In accordance with the Americans for cash at Union. Florida, on Janu-
tice is November 14, 2013. with Disabilities Act, If you are a per- ary 16, 2014, at 11:00 A.M., at Foyer Print, Copy, Scanner, Fax
Personal Representative; Merolan son with a disability who needs any of courthouse 55 W. Main St., Lake
Holley, 321 NE 2nd Street, Lake But- accommodation in order to participate Butler, FL 32054-for the following de- 35 page printing per minute "
ler, FL 32054 in this proceeding, you are entitled, at scribed property: "
Attorney for Personal Representative; no cost to you, to provisions of certain A PARCEL OF LAND LYING BEING
Nathan Hall, fb#93757, 817 MacMa- assistance. Please contact the Court AND SITUATE IN THE SOUTHEAST
hon Street, Starke, Florida 32091. Administrator at 55 West Main Street, 1/4 OF SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF SEC- Co 0 _Op err_
LawyerNathan@gmail.com. Phone No. (352)374-3648 within 2 RANGE 19 EAST, UNION COUNTY, pCoo r C op0e
11/14 2tchg-11/21-UCT working days of your receipt of this FLORIDA, MORE PARTICULARLY Kyo, era Tchology
notice or pleading; if you are hearing DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: COM-
NOTICE impaired, call 1-800-955-8771 (TDD); MENCE AT THE SOUTHWEST 2 olor C opi"- er 5 O
The Department of Environmental if you are voice impaired, call 1-800- CORNER OF SAID SOUTHEAST. O o C p
Protection gives Notice of its Intent to 995-8770.(V) (Via Florida Relay Ser- OF SOUTHWEST OF SECTION 23, ----L -- .
grant a vanance pursuant to section vices). AND RUN NORTH 89 DEGREES i '
403.201, Florida Statutes (F.S.), to Submitted by: 43 MINUTES 51 SECONDS EAST, M- odel 2126
the New River Solid Waste Assq- Kahane & Associates, P.A. ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID l od0l i2
clation. This variance will allow the 8201 Peters Road, Ste. 3000 SECTION 23, A DISTANCE OF 64.95 90 -0
Association to use whole waste tires Plantation, FL 33324 FEET TO THE INTERSECTION dn
to construct geoconduits within the Telephone: (954) 382-3486 WITH THE EAST RIGHT OF WAY
New River Regional Landfill. A per- Telefacsimile: (954) 382-5380 LINE OF COUNTY ROAD NUMBER Scan
son whose substantial interests are Designated service email: notice@ 18-A;, THENCE RUN NORTH 01 DE-
affected by the Department's pro- kahaneandassociates.com GREES 36 MINUTES 34 SECONDS Copy
posed agency action may petition 11/21 2tchg 11/28-UCT WEST, ALONG SIDE A STRAIGHT 21 coies per
for an administrative proceeding OF WAY UNE OF COUNTY ROAD
(hearing) under sections 120.569 and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NUMBER 18-A, A DISTANCE OF Purchase for
120.57, F.S. The requirements for fil- EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND 220.07 FEET TO THE INTERSEC- f
ing a petition relating to the proposed FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA TION. WITH THE NORTH UNE OF $200
variance are the same as those set CIVIL ACTION LANDS RECORDED IN OFFICIAL
fqrth herein relating to the proposed CASE NO. 63-2013-CA-000016 RECORDS BOOK 76, PAGE 282,
permit, except that the petition must HSBC BANK USA, NATIONAL AS- PUBLIC RECORDS OF UNION
be filed (received) within 14 days of SOCIATION. AS TRUSTEE FOR COUNTY, FLORIDA, AND TO THE
receipt of this notice in the Office of ACE SECURITIES CORP. HOME POINT OF BEGINNING OF THE 9
General Counsel of the Department EQUITY LOAN TRUST, SERIES HEREINAFTER DESCRIBED PAR- Office or Home use
at 3900 Commonwealth Boulevard, 2005-SD2, ASSET-BACKED PASS CEL OF LAND; THENCE CON-
Mail.Station 35, Tallahassee, Florida THROUGH CERTIFICATES, TINUE RUNNING NORTH 01 DE- .Good Color Reproduction
32399-3000. PLAINTIFF (S) GREE 36 MINUTES 34 SECONDS
11/21 ltchg-UCT VS. WEST, CONTINUING ALONG SIDE
BRUCE E DICKSON;THE UN- A STRAIGHT OF WAY UNE OF
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE KNOWN SPOUSE OF BRUCE E COUNTYROAD NUMBER 18-A, P i t
8T.' JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND DICKSON; RETHAA DICKSON; A DISTANCE OF 222.80 FEET TO
FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF RE- THE INTERSECTION WITH THE or P i e W
CIVIL DIVISION THA A DICKSON;ANYANDALL UN- SOUTH UNE OF LANDS RECORD-
CASE NO. 632012CA- KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING BY, ED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK oa F 37 n
*000033CAXXXX THROUGH, UNDER, AND AGAINST 169, PAGE 143, PUBLIC RECORDS Kyocera FS1370DN
BANK OF AMERICA, N.A, SUC- THE HEREIN NAMED OF UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA; A
CESSOR BY MERGER TO BAC INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANT(S) WHC THENCE RUN NORTH 89 DE- AS advertised on Fox News
HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP FKA ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD GREES 47 MINUTES 18 SECONDS
COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN- EAST. ALONG SAID SOUTH LINE 0
SERVICING, LP KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN OF LANDS RECORQED IN OFFI-
Plaintiff. INTERESTAS SPOUSES, HEIRS. CIAL RECORDS BOOK 169, PAGE 3 5 0
vs- DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR 143, A DISTANCE OF 601.80 FEET
JOHN IRWIN; TERESA IRWIN; OTHER CLAIMANTS; TENANT #1, TO THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF
UNKNOWN PERSON(S) IN POS- TENANT 52, TENANT #3, AND SAID LANDS RECORDED IN OFFI-
SESSION OF THE SUBJECT TENANT #4 THE NAMES BEING CIAL RECORDS BOOK 169, PAGE
PROPERTY; FICTITIOUS TO ACCOUNT FOR 143; THENCE RUN SOLLTH 02 DE-
Defendants O. PARTIES IN POSSESSION GREES 26 MINUTES 18 SECO1DS
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE DEFENDANT () EAST A DISTANCE OF 22229 FEETTHE OFFICE SHP
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursu- NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO TO THE INTERSECTION WITH
ant to a Final Judgment of Forecoo- CHAPTER 45 SAID NORTH UNE OF LANDS DE- OI SP
:ure dated November 8, 2013, and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Pursu- SCRIBED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS
Antered in Case No. 632012CA- anttoaFinaIJudgmeofForecosure BOOK76, PAGE282; THENCE RUN 110 W. Call St. 904-964-5764 Fax 904-964-5906 Starke, tFL
00O33CAXXXX, of the Cicuit Court dated Nov. 8th, 2013, end entered in SOUTH 89 DEGREES 43 MINUTES _ _ .__.. ....... ___.__._________________________
THuRSDAY, NOV. 21, 2013 UNIONC -- A
iLa, more particularly descnbed-m ed this 14 day of Noveber, FEET; THENCE RUN SOUTH 86 not requre the relocaton of any of electric energy from any other per- whether they decrease or increase
folowsy 2013. DEG 24 MIN 03 SEC WEST A DiS- the Grantees tacites nstaled be- son, or (i) from seeking to have the payment to the Grantor, shall be re-
Commence at the Northwest corner KELUE HENORICKS CONNELL TANCE OF 550 00 FEET: THENCE lore or after the elee date hereof Grantee transmit andfor distribute to ported to the Grantee. The Grantor's
of said Section 28, and run South CLERK OF THE COURT RUN NORTH 04 DEG- 05 MIN 19 in pubi rights-of-way uness or un any taciy(ies) of the Grantor ealec- right to examine the records of the
8S degrees 14 minutes 30 seconds By. Cry Norman SEC_ WEST A DISTANCE OF 5000 widening or othernwse changing the trinc capacity andler electric energy Grantee in accordance with this Sec-
East along the North line of said putClerk FEET. THENCE&RUN NORTH 86 coniguraton of the paved portion of purchased by the Grantor from any tion shall not be conducted by any
Section 28, a distance of 223 27 feet Submitted by DEG. 24 MIN 03 SEC EAST A DIS- any pub.c nght-or-way used by motor other persor; provided, however, that third party employed by the Grantor
to tie intersection with the Easterty VERNIS & OMNG OF NORTH TANCE OF 872-28 FEET; THENCE veicles causes such staled facs- before the Grantor electsto purchase whose fee. in whole or part. for con-
right-of-way line of the abandoned FLORIDA. PA. RUk NORTH 73 DEG_ 03 MIN 18 aes to unreasonably interfere with electric capacity andlor electric ener- ducting such audit is contingent on
right-of-way of CSX Transportation, Atorneys for Plaintiff SEC EAST. A DISTANCE OF 307-67 motor vecular trai Such rules gy rom any other person the Grantor findings of the audit.
Inc, (a 100 foot right-of-way former 4309 Ssbury Road FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH 86 and regulations shal recognize that notify the Grantee. Such notice Grantor waives, settles and bars
right-of-way of Atlantic Coast ULine Jacksonvile Florida 32216 DEG 12 MI_ 14 SEC, EAST. A DIS- above-grade tacities of the Grantee shal include a sumnmary of the specif- al claims relating in any way to the
,Railroad former right-of-way of Sea- Telephone: (904) 296-6751 TANCE OF 1044 29 FEET. THENCE instaled after the efectrve date here- ic rates, terms and condions which amounts paid by the Grantee under
board Coast Line Railroad); thence Facsimile: (904) 896-8938 RUN SOUTH 05 DEG. 33 MiN 17 of should be instaled oear the outer have been offered by the other per- the Current Franchise Agreement
continue running South 89 degrees 11/21 2tchg 11728-UCT SEC EAST. A DISTANCE OF 50.02 boundaries of the pubc rights-of-way son and identify the Grantor's facii- embodied in Ordinance No. 85-1
14 minutes 30 seconds East, continu- FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGIN- to the extent possible When any por- ties to be served under the offer The Section 12. The provisions of this
ng along 'said North ine of Section PUBLIC NOTICE NING. tan of a pubic nght-of-way is exca- Grantee shall thereafter have 90 days ordinance are interdependent upon
a distance of 1403 87 feet; thence RULE NAME: TOGETHER WITH PERMANENT- vated by the Grantee in the location to evaluate the offer and, if the Grant- one another, and if any of the provi-
run South 01 degree 04 minutes 30 205 Board Meetings LY AFFIXED 2005 FLEETWOOO or relocation of any of its .facies. the ee oilers rates, terms and conditions sions of this ordinance are found or
seconds West a distance of 420 00 3 06 Safe and Secure Schools VINfS portion of the putic right-of-way so which are equal to or better than adjudged to be invalid, illegal, void
feet; thence run South 89 degrees 14 3 10 Flag Display and Pledge GAFL575A77026AE21 AND GAFL- excavated shall within a reasonable those offered by the other person, the or of no effect. the entire ordinance
minutes 30 seconds East a distance 312 Pubic Information and inspec- 575877026AE21 time be replaced by the Grantee at its Grantor shal be obligated to continue shall be null and void and of no force
of 495.00 feet, thence run South 01 bon of Records A person claing at interest in the expense and in as good condition as to purchase from the Grantee elec- or effect
degree 04 minutes 30 seconds West 3.25 Background Screening for Con- surplus from the sale, if any, other 4 was at the time of such excavation. tric capacity andlor electric energy to Section 13. As used herein 'person'
a distance of 177 77 feet to the inter- tractors than the property owner as of the The Grantor shag not be liable to the serve the previouslyfacili- nMeans an individual, a partnership, a
section with the Westerly right-of-way 4.017 Early High School Graduation date of the is pendens must Be a Grantee for any cost or expense in ties of the Grantfor a term no short- corporation, a business trust, a joint
line of a county maintained paved 5.101 Buying and Harassment claim within 60 days after the sale. connection with any relocation of the er than that offered by the other per- stock company, a trust, an incorpo-
road (also known as "Little Springs 5.15 Administration of Medication Dated this 14th day of November. Grantee's facilities required under son. If the Grantee does not agree rated association, a joint venture, a
Road"), said point ying on the arc 6.113 Responsibilities of School Bus 2013. subsection (c) of this Section, ex- to rates, terms and conditions which governmental authority or any other
of a curve concave Northwesterly; Operators KELUE HENDRICKS CONNELL cept, however, the Grantee shall be equal or better the other person's of- entity of whatever nature.
thence run Southwesterly, along said 6.37 Professional Ethics As Clerk of said Court entitled to reimbursement of its costs fer, all of the terms and conditions of Section 14. Ordinance No. 85-1,
Westerly right-of-way line of a county 6.39 Report of Misconduct By Crystal Norman from others and as may be provided this franchise shal remain in effect passed and adopted June 12, 1985
maintained paved road, a distance of 8.14 Automotive Equipment As DeputyClerk by law. Section 7. If the Grantor grants a and all other ordinances and parts of
284,57 feet as measured along the 8.21 Transporting Students in Private This notice is provided pursuant to Section 3. The Grantor shal in no right privilege or franchise to any ordinances and all resolutions and
arc of a curve Vehicles Administrative Order No. 2065. way be liable or responsible for any other person or otherwise enables parts of resolutions in -conflict here-
concave Northwesterly and having a 9.03 School Reports In accordance with the Americans accident or damage that may occur in any other such person to construct, with, are hereby repealed.
radius of 2872.75 feet, said arc being PURPOSE AND EFFECT: To update with Disabilities Act, f you are a per- the construction, operation or mainte- operate or maintain electric light and Section 15. Grantee agrees to pro-
iubtended by a chord having a bear- Board Policies son with a disability who needs any nance by the Grantee of its facilities power facilities within any part of the vide reasonable notice to the Grantor
ing of South 49 degrees 57 minutes SUMMARY: To update Board Pol- accommodation in order to participate hereunder, and the acceptance of Incorporated areas of the Grantor in in the event Grantee determines that
38 seconds West and a distance of cies in this proceeding, you are entitled, at this ordinance shall be deemed an which the Grantee may lawfully serve it will assign or transfer interests in
284.45 feet, to the Point of Tangen- AUTHORITY: Florida Statutes no cost to you, to provisions of certain agreement on the part of the Grantee or compete, and the Grantee rpason- this franchise to another entity.
cy, thence run South 52 degrees 47 LAW IMPLEMENTED: assistance. Please contact the Court to indemnify the Grantor and hold it ably determines that its obligations Section 16. As a condition precedent
minutes 47 seconds West, continu-- ECONOMIC IMPACT: None Administrator at 55 West Main Street, harmless against any and all liability, hereunder ii respect to the franchise to the taking effect of this ordinance,
ing along said Westerly right-of-way Policies can be viewed in the Office Rm. 103, Lake Butler, FI 32054, loss, cost, damage or expense which fee place it at a competitive disad- the Grantee shall file its acceptance
line, a distance of 96.64 feet to the of the Superintendent of Schools, 55 Phone No. (352)374-3648 within 2 may accrue to the Grantor by reason vantage with respect to such other hereof with the City of Lake Butler
Point of Curvature of a curve to the SW Sixth Street, Lake Butler, Florida working days of your receipt of this of the negligence, default or miscon- person, the Grantee may at any time within 30 days of adoption of this or,
eft; thence run Southwesterly, con- between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and notice or pleading; if you are hearing duct of the Grantee in the construc- thereafter terminate this franchise if dinance. The effective date of this or-
tinuing along said Westerly right-of- 4:00 P.M. impaired, call 1-800-955-8771 (TDD); tion, operation or maintenance of its such competitive disadvantage is not dinance shall be the date upon which
way lne, a distance of 218.09 feet IF A HEARING IS REQUESTED if you are voice impaired, call 1-800- facilities hereunder. remedied within the time period pro- the Grantee files such acceptance.
as measured along the arc of a curve WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS PUBLI- 995-8770 (V) (Via Florida Relay Ser- Section 4. All rates and rules and vided hereafter. The Grantee shall PASSED on first reading this 9" day
concave Southeasterly and having a CATION IN ACCORDANCE WITH vices), regulations established by the Grant- give the Grantor at least 180 days of December, 2013.
radius of 801.87 feet, said arc being SECTION 120.54 FLORIDA STAT- Submitted by: ee from time to time shall be subject advance written notice of its intent to PASSED AND ADOPTED on sec-
9ubtended by a chord having a bear- UTES, IT WILL BE HELD ON JANU- Kahane & Associates, P.A. to such regulation as may be provid- terminate. Such notice shall, without ond reading this 13th day of January,
Ing of South 45 degrees 00 minutes ARY 14, 2014, AT 6:00 P.M., IN THE 8201 Peters Road, Ste.3000 ed by law. prejudice to any of the rights reserved 2014.
17. seconds West and a distance of SCHOOL BOARD MEETING ROOM. Plantation, FL 33324 Section 5(a). As a consideration for for the Grantee herein, -advTe the CITY OF LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA
217.42 feet, to the Point of Tangen- A COMPLETE TEXT OF THESE Telephone: (954) 382-3486 this franchise, the Grantee shall pay Grantor of such terms and conditions By: Mayor Jimmy Beasley
6y; thence run South 37 degrees 12 PROPOSED RULES MAY BE Telefacsimile: (954) 382-5380 to the Grantor, commencing 90 days -liat it considers more favorable. The ATTEST:
minutes 47 seconds West, continuing VIEWED IN THE OFFICE OF THE Designated service email: notice@ after the effective date hereof, and Grantor shall then have 180 days in By: Dave Mecusker
along said Westerly right-of-way line, SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS, kahaneandassociates.com each month thereafter for the remain- which to correct or otherwise remedy City Clerk of the City of Lake Butler,
a distance of 495.77 feet; thence run 55 S.W. 6TH STREET, LAKE BUT- 11/21 2tchg 11/28-UCT der of the term of this franchise, an the terms and conditions complained Florida
North 89 degrees 32 minutes 31 sec- LER, FLORIDA. amount which added to the amount of by the Grantee. If the Grantee APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LE-
onds West a distance of 328.71 feet 11/21 Itchg-UCT ORDINANCE NO. 2013-05 of all licenses, excises, fees, charges determines that such terms or condi- GALITY
fo the Point of Beguiling of the herein- AN ORDINANCE GRANTING TO and other impositions of any kind tions are not remedied by the Grantor John E. Malnes IV
after described parcel of land: Thence IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COM- whatsoever (except ad valorem prop- within said time period, the Grantee City Attorney, City of Lake Butler,
t~n South 03 degrees 54 minutes 01 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND PANY, ITS SUCCESSORS AND erty taxes and non-ad valorem tax may terminate this franchise agree- Florida
second West a distance of 166.55 FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA ASSIGNS, AN ELECTRIC FRAN- assessments on property) levied or ment by delivering written notice to 11/21 ltchg-UCT
feet; thence run North 89 degrees 32 CIVIL DIVISION CHISE, IMPOSING PROVISIONS imposed by the Grantor against the the Grantor's Clerk and termination
minutes 31 seconds West a distance CASE NO. 632012CA- AND CONDITIONS RELATING Grantee's property, business or op- shall be effective on the date of deliv-
of 377.72 feet; thence run North 00 000098CAXXXX THERETO, PROVIDING FOR erations and those of its subsidiaries ery of such notice. ;
degrees 27.minutes 29 seconds East BANK OF AMERICA, N.A. MONTHLY PAYMENTS TO THE during the Grantee's monthly billing Section 8. If as a direct or indirect NOTICE fr m Union
a distance of 166.25 feet; thence run Plaintiff, CITY OF LAKE BUTLER, AND period ending 60 days prior to each consequence of any legislative, reg- I Uio
South 89 degrees 32 minutess31 sec- vs. PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE such payment will equal 6.0 percent ulatory or other action by the United COiUiy Food, Pani
bnds East a distance of 387.72 feet to EVELYN G. LOBENTHAL; et al; DATE. of the Grantee's billed revenues, less States of America or the State of Flor-
the Point of Beginning. Defendants. WREREAS, the City Commission of actual write-offs, from the sale of ida (or any department agency, au- Please be aware that the
Subject to an easement for ingress, RE-NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE' the City of Lake Butler, Florida recog- electrical energy to residential, com- thority, instrumentality or political subt Union County Food Pantry
egress and utilities, over, across and SALE nizes that the City of Lake Butler and mercial and industrial customers (as division of either of them) any personi. hav r
along the Northerly 30 feet thereof. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursu- its citizens need and desire the con- such customers are defined by FPL's 'is permitted to provide electric ser- s es that have to be
Together with a 30 foot easement ant to an Order Rescheduling Fore- tinued benefits of electric service; and tariff) within the incorporated areas vice within the incorporated areas of followed When new people
for ingress, *egress and utilities, over, closure Sale dated 23rd day of Octo- WHEREAS, the provision of such ser- of the Grantor for the. monthly billing the Grantor to a customer then being are signed up, or peoipl4-
across and along the Northerly 30 ber, 2013, and entered in Case No. vice requires substantial investments period ending 60 days prior to each served by the Grantee, or to any new -
feet of the following described lands: 632012CA000098CAXXXX, of the of capital and other resources in or- such payment, and in no event shall applicant for electric service within come ifto the food pantry
Commence at the Northwest corner Circuit Court of the 8th Judicial Cir- der to construct, maintain and. oper- payment for the rights and privileges any part of the incorporated areas that have been here befor,-
Of said Section 28, and run South cuit in and for UNION County, Florida. ate.facilities essential to the provision granted herein exceed 6.0 percent of of the Grantor in which the Grantee all et, told th
89 degrees 14 minutes 30 seconds BANK OF AMERICA, N.A. is Plaintiff of such service in addition to costly such revenues for any monthly billing may lawfully serve, and the Grantee
East, along the North line of said and EVELYN G. LOBENTHAL A/K/A administrative functions, and the City period of the Grantee. reasonably determines that its obliga- thing: Thre (3) visits can
Section-28, a distance of 223.27 feet EVELYN LOBENTHAL; UNKNOWN of Lake Butler does not desire to un- The Grantor understands and agrees tions hereunder in respect to the fran- e d every three
to the intersection with the Easterly SPOUSE OF EVELYN G. LOBEN- dertake to provide such services; and that such revenues as described in chise fee, place it at a competitive dis- y three 3 ',
right-of-way line of the abandoned THAL A/K/A EVELYN LOBENTHAL; WHEREAS, Florida Power & Light the preceding paragraph are limited, advantage with respect to such other o-i
right-of-way of CSX Transportation. CHRISTOPHER DARREN LOBEN- Company (FPL) is a public utility as in the existing franchise Ordinance person, the Grantee may, at any time then automatically swatched
Inc., (a 100 foot right-of-way former THAL; KURT GERARD LOBEN- which has the demonstrated ability to No. 85-1, to the precise revenues de- after the' taking of such action, termi- to six (6 nthl. We
right-of-way of Atlantic Coast Line THAL; UNKNOWN PERSON(S) IN supply such services; and scribed therein; and that such reve- nate-this.franc isdJtsucucempetitivo -ab0Ve O A i
Rallroad- former right-of-way of Sea- POSDESSION OP-jHE UBJECT WJfIEft S, there is currently in ef- nuesdonpt,it )dp y,.afy;pf.exanr)- (aldyvptage, j rpwtflie' Witbtaiit # g m eren.ei
board Coast Line Railroad); thence PROPERTY N7/ABRANT LOBEN- fet a franchise agreement between pie and not limitation: (a) revenues the time period provided hpreaer. Evryonehas r
continue running South 89 degrees THAL; are defendants. I will sell to the City of Lake Butler and FPL, the from the sale of electrical energy for The Grantee shall give the Grantor at
14 minutes 30 seconds East, continu- the highest and best bidder for cash terms of which are set forth in City Ptiblic Street and Highway Lighting least 180 days advance written notice
Ing along said North line of Section IN THE FRONT LOBBY OF THE of Lake Butler Ordinance No. 85-1, (service for lighting public ways and of its intent to terminate. Such notice We g freh produean
28, a distance of 1403.87 feet; thence COURTHOUSE, at 55 WEST MAIN passed and adopted June 12, 1985, areas); (b) revenues from Other Sales shall, without prejudice to any of the r Mo
run South 01 degree 04 minutes 30 STREET, LAKE BUTLER in UNION and FPL's written acceptance thereof to Public Authorities (service .with rights reserved for the Grantee here-
secnds West a distance of 420.00 County, FLORIDA 32054, at 11:00 dated June 26, 1985 granting to FPL, eligibility restricted to governmental in, advise the Grantor of the conse-
feet; thence run South 89 degrees 14 A.M., on the 16th day of January, its successors and assigns, a thirty entities); (c) revenues from Sales to quences of such action which result- ,peoplell nobeallowed
minutes 30 seconds East a distance 2014, the following described proper- (30) year etectric franchise ("Current Railroads and Railways (service sup- ed in the competitive disadvantage. to aor sixi (6
of 495.00 feet; thence run South 01 ty as set forth in said Final Judgment, ranchise Agreement"); and plied for propulsion of electric transit The Grantor shall then have 180 days
degree 04 minutes 30 seconds West to wit: WHEREAS, FPL and the City of vehicles); (d) revenues from Sales for in which to correct or otherwise rem-
a distance of 177.77 feet to the inter- COMMENCE AT THE SOUTH- Lake Butler desire to enter into a new Resale (service to other utilities for edy the competitive disadvantage. If already etabished by the
section with the Westerly right-of-way WEST CORNER OF SECTION 14, -agreement (New Franchise Agree- resale purposes); (e) franchise fees; such competitive disadvantage is not
une of a county maintained paved TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE 18 ment) providing for the payment of (f) Late Payment Charges; (g) Field remedied by the Grantor within said
goad also known as "Little Springs EAST, UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA, fees to the City of Lake Butler in ex- Collection Charges; (h) other service time period, the Grantee may termi- to alt those
Road,), said point lying on the arc THENCE RUN NORTH 04 DEG. 05 change for the nonexclusive right and charges.., nate this franchise agreement by de- ri A us
6f a curve concave Northwesterly, MIN. 16 SEC. WEST, ALONG THE privilege of supplying electricity and Section 5(b). If during the term of this livering written notice to the Grantor's
thence run Southwestbrly, along said WEST LINE OF SAID SECTION 14, other services withn the City of Lake franchise the Grantee enters into a Clerk and termination shall take effect .
Westerly right-of-way line of a county A DISTANCE OF 662.76 FEET TO Butler free of competition from the franchise agreement with any other on the date of delivery of such notice.
maintained paved load, a distance of THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF City of Lake Butler, pursuant to cer- municipality located in Union, Co- Section 9. Failure on the part of the
284.57.feet as measured along the THE NORTH 1/2 OF THE SW 1/4 tain terms and conditions, and lumbia,' Baker, Bradford, or Alachua Grantee to comply in any substantial
,..rc of a curve concave Northwesterly OF SW 1/4 OF SAID SECTION 14; WHEREAS, the City Commission of County, Florida, the terms of which respect with any of the provisions of es edise O.
and having a radius of 2872.75 feet, THENCE RUN NORTH 86 DEG. 12 the City of Lake Butler deems it to be provide for the payment of franchise this franchise shall be grounds for aff canrl bpoi s:
Said arobeing MIN. 14 SEC. EAST, A DISTANCE in the best interest of the City of Lake fees by the Grantee at a rate greater forfeiture, but no such forfeiture shall
Subtended by a chord having a bear- ,OF 1352.41 FEET; THENCE RUN Butler and its citizens to enter into the than 6.0% of the Grantee's residen- take effect if the reasonableness or
ing of South 49 degrees 57 minutes NORTH 05 DEG. 33 MIN. 17 SEC. New Franchise Agreement prior to tial, commercial and industrial reve- propriety thereof is protested by the 386-496 or Ran or
38 seconds West and a distance of WEST, A DISTANCE OF 425.19 expiration of the Current Franchise nues (as such customers are defined Grantee until there is final determina- Sa at 386-496-&
284.45 feet, to the Point of Tangen- FEET; THENCE RUN SOUTH 86 Agreement; by FPL's tariff), urider the same terms tion (after the expirati6n or.exhaus-
cy; thence run South 52 degrees 47 DEG. 12 MIN. 14 SEC. WEST, A DIS- NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT OR- and conditions as specified in Section tion of all rights ofappeal) by a court
minutes 47 seconds West, continuing TANCE OF 211.63 FEET TO THE DAINED BY THE CITY COMMIS- 5(a) hereof, the Grantee, upon writ- of competent jurisdiction that the Th IS
blong said Westerly right-of-way line, POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE SION OF THE CITY OF LAKE BUT- ten request of the Grantor, shall ne- Grantee has failed to comply in a sub- Wed
It distance of 96.64 feet to the Point CONTINUE RUNNING SOUTH 86 LER, FLORIDA: gotiate and enter into a new franchise stantial respect with any of the provi-
b6f Curvature of a curve to the left; DEG. 12 MIN. 14 SEC. WEST, A DIS- Section 1. There is hereby granted agreement with the Grantor in which sions of this franchise, and the rant- d d y lm8laOS R .
thence run Southwesterly, continuing TANCE OF 461.66 FEET; THENCE to Florida Power & Light Company, its the percentage to be used in calculat- ee shall have six months after such oo
along said Westerly night-of-way line, RUN NORTH 04 DEG, 02 MIN. 36 successors and assigns (hereinafter ing monthly payments under Section final determination to make good the i i
a distance of 218.09 feet as mea- SEC. WEST, A DISTANCE OF 422.50 called the "Grantee"), for the period 5(a) hereof shall be no greater than default before a forfeiture shall result io
fured along the arc of a curve FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH 86 of 30 years from the effective date that percentage which te Grantee with the right of the Grantor at its dis- at$ 1 M in..%Lake
(;oncave Southeasterly and having a DEG. 12 MIN. 14 SEC, EAST, A DIS- hereof, the nonexclusive right, privi- has agreed to use as a basis for the cretion to grant such additional time Butler$)t amebuidiI
radius of 801.87 feet, said arc being TANCE OF 461.66 FEET; THENCE lege and franchise (hereinafter called calculation of payments to the oth- to the Grantee for compliance as ne-
subtended by a chord having a bear- RUN SOUTH 04 DEG. 02 MIN. 36 "franchise') to construct, operate and er municipality; provided, however, cessities in the case require. s ran
og of South 45 degrees 00 minutes SEC. EAST, A DISTANCE OF 422.50 maintain in, under, upon, along, over that such new franchise agreement Section 10. Failure on the part of tit oneoty Tim~e
S17 seconds West and a distance of FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGIN- and across the present and future shall include additional benefits to the Grantor to comply in substantial b e
217.42 feet, to the Point of Tangen- NING. roads, streets, alleys, bridges, ease- the Grantee, in addition to all bene- respect with any of the provisions of i ?
cy,; thence run South 37 degrees 12 TOGETHER WITH A NON-EXCLU- ments, rights-of-way and other pub- fits provided herein, at least equal to this ordinance, including but not limit- oifft t~Ah~s v esayi
minutes 47 seconds West, continu- SIVE EASEMENT FOR INGRESS, lic places (hereinafter called "public those provided by Its franchise agree- ed to: (a) denying the'Grantee use of ithey a.ope..
ing along.said Westerly nght-of-way EGRESS AND PUBLIC UTILITIES, rights-of-way') throughout all of the ment with the municipality. Subjectto public rights-of-way for reasons other ...ood "
ine, a distance of 495.77 feet to the DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: incorporated areas, as such incorpo- all limitations, terms and conditions than unreasonable interference with
Point of Beginning of the hereinafter COMMENCE AT THE SOUTH- rated areas may be constituted from specified in the preceding sentence, motor vehicular traffic; (b) imposing 50aeif(cXd)ii .
described parcel o land:Thencecon- WEST CORNER OF SECTION 14, time totime, of theCity of Lake Butler, the Grantor shall have the sole dis- conditions for use of public rights- charity' .r
tinue runnng South 37 degrees 12 TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE 18 Florida, and its successors (herein- cretion to determine the percentage of-way contrary to Florida law or the .;S. ..
inutes 47 seconds West, continu- EAST, UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA, after called the "Grantor'), in accor- to be used in calculating monthly pay- terms ad condtions of this fran- -
along said Westerly right-of-way THENCE RUN NORTH 04 DEG. dance with the Grantee's customary merits, and the Grantee shall have chise; (c) unreasonable delay in issu- JRLD|EADIJME for
n, a distance of 207.50 feet; thence 05 MIN. 16 SEC. WEST ALONG practice with respect to construction the sole discretion to determine those ingtheGrantee a usepermit, ifany, to l u'-' 1bmss
fun North 89 degrees 32 minutes 31. THE KWEST LINE OF SAID SEC- and maintenance, electric light and benefits to which it would be entitled, construct its facilities in public ghts- .
beconds West a distance of 214.54 TION 14, A DISTANCE OF 662.76 power facilities, including, without Jim- under any such new franchise agree- of-way, shal constitute breach othis -T'ri iet .
feet; thence run North 03 degrees 54 FEET TO THE SOUTHWEST COR- itation, conduits, poles, wires, trans- ment. franchise ad entitle the Grantee to
minutes 01 second East a distance NER OF THE NORTH 1/2 OF THE mission and distribution lines, and all Section 6. As a further consideration, withhold aHll or part of the payments Coit: y 3Tis dod
of 166.55 feet; thence run South 89 SW 1/4 OF SW 1/4 OF SAID SEC- other facilities installed in conjunction during the term of this franchise or provided for in Section 5 hereof unti tBTelgrph and!
egres 32 minutes 31seconds East TION 14; THENCE RUN NORTH with or ancillary to all of the Grantee's any extension thereof, the Grantor such time as a use permit is issued .
Sdistance of 328.71 feet to the Point 86 DEG. 12 MIN. 14 SEC. EAST operations (hereinafter called "facil- agrees: (a) not to engage in the dis- or a court of competent jurisdiction La5k~ .SOi Mon.tor will
fBegining. A DISTANCE OF 1352.41 FEET; ities'), for the purpose of supplying tribution and/or sale, in competition has reached a final determination in be cloed on Thurday-
with a 1998-Redmond Dou- THENCE RUN NORTH 05 DEC. 33 electricity and other services to the with the Grantee, of electric capacity the matter. The Grantor recognizes and NoN 28 and
blwide Mobile Home with the IDDs MIN. 17 SEC. WEST, A DISTANCE Grantor and its successors, the in- and/or electric energy to any ultimate and agrees that nothing in this fran-
3612A and 36128 which is perma- OF 375.17 FEET TO THE POINT habitants thereof, and persons be- consumer of electric utility service chise agreement constitutes or shall 29 4i oInof dO
nently affixed to the aforedescribed OF BEGINNING (OF A 50' ROAD); yond the limits thereof. (herein called a "retail customer') or be deemed to constitute a waiver of '.Ianksgig holida
real property and incorporated there- THENCERUN SOUTH86 DEG. 12 Section 2. The facilities of the Grant- to any electrical distribution system the Grantee's delegated sovereign '~ %vjf- w bll
in. pA A MIN. 14 SEC. WEST A DISTANCE ee shall be installed, located or relo- established solely to serve any re- right of condemnationanda that te h -at .m
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN IN- OF 1040.05 FEET; THENCE RUN cated so as to not unreasonably inter- 'tail customer formerly served by the Grantee, in its sole discretion, may ublisaaua. y nx
EREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM SOUTH 73 DEG. 03 MIN. 18 SEC. fore with traffic over the public rights- Grantee, (b) not to participate in any exercise such right -le i o beon d e
THE SALE. IF ANY, OTHER THAN WEST, -A DISTANCE OF 307.75 of-way or with reasonable egress proceeding or contractual arrange- Section 11. The Grantor may, upon "S* r e n
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF FEET; THENCE RUN SOUTH 86 from and ingressto abutting property ment, the purpose or terms of which reasonable notice and within ays rnS 9
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS DEG. 24 MIN:03 SEC. WEST, A DIS- To avoid conflicts with traffic, the loca- would be to obligate the Grantee to after each anniversary date of this andd m!aboes on
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN SIXTY TANCE OF 277.71 FEET; THENCE tion or relocation of all facilities shall transmit andfor distribute, electric franchise, at the Grantor's expense, *W*aye ^ ^ -
(69) DAYS AFTER THE SALE. RUN SOUTH 04 DEG. 05 MIN, 16 be made as representatives of the capacity and/or electric energy from examine the records of Ute Grantee .. a-. h.
if you are a person with a disability SEC. EAST, A DISTANCE OF 662.33 Grantor may prescribe in accordance any third partyfies) to any other retail relating to the calculation of the fran- for SumbIsps, Including
Who needs any accommodaton in or- FEET; THENCE RUN SOUTH 86 with the Grantor's reasonable rules customers facilityies), and (c) riot chise payment for the year preceding d assifi~d advertisements,
der te participate in this proceeding, DEG. 29 MIN. 30 SEC. WEST, A DIS- and regulationS with reference to the to seek to have the Grantee trans- such anniversary date. Such exam- Monymnn.
are entitled, at no cost to you, to TANCE OF 650.00 FEET; THENCE placing and maintaining in, under, mit and/or distribute electric capacity ination shal be during normal busi-
provisiorof Certain assistance. RUN NORTH 04 DEG. 05 MIN. 19 upon, along, over and across said and/or electric energy generated by ness hours at the Grantee's office -NOV. 25. ..
contact the ADA Coordinator SEC. WEST, A DISTANCE OF 711.30 pubic righte-of-way,; provided, how- or on behalf of the Grantor at one fo- where such records are maintained. %; .*..
at (352) 337-6237, at least 7 days FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH 86 ever, that such rules or regulations cation to the Grantor's faciltyfies) at Records not prepared by the Grant- 4'.'..-':- .
efo r scheduled court appear- DEG, 24 MIN. 03 SEC. EAST, A DIS- (a) shall not proXhibit the exercise of any other location(s). Nothingspec- ee in the ordinaryxw of business .- sA,
ce. you are hearing or vice im- TANCE OF 50.00 FEET; THENCE the Grantee's right to usasaidpubic ified herein shall prohibit the Grantor may be proifat the Grantor's rV.
)aired, please cal 711. RUN SQUTH 04 DEG. 05 MIN. 19 ight-ay for reasons other than from engaging with other utities or expense ad as the Grantor and the ?#,'.
fyou are deaf or hard of hearing and SEC. EAST, A DISTANCEOF 661.38 interference with motor persons in wholesale transactions Grantee may agree in wriing. for-| .-; \ ,:
:equiean ASEinterpretoroanas- FEET THENCE RUN NORTH 86 vehiculartralic (b) shaH not unrea- which are subject to the provisions of mation idenin kthe Grantees> ^
sted listening device to pe DEG. 29 MIN. 30 SEC EASTADISu sonably interfere with the Grantee's the Federal Power Act tomers by name or their electric con- -c
a .procedi.ng, please contact TANCE OF 550.00 FEET THENCE ablty to fumish reasonably sufficient, Nothing herein shafl prohibit the sumpion shal not be takan from the l^
-aterpreting at interpreter@circuit8. RUN NORTH 04 DEG. 05 MIN. 16 adequate and efficient electric service Grantor, if permitted by law, (i) from Grantee's premisesm. Such audit shall g.
.r. SEC. WEST, A DISTANCE OF 61225 to all of its customers, and (c) shall purchasing eectric capacity and/or be impartal and al audit fidrings,
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Bradford County Union County
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B Section Thursday, Nov. 21, 2013 FEATURES
SREGION INEW OBITUARIES
R -. EDITORIAL
NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION
Tigers Union Georgia Southern broadcaster
open post- Edwards" returns to where it all began
season a Sadlr Trip to Florida Field sure time.)
game against "I was hoping (then UF coach
Newberry, had to be special moment Galen Hall would walk out and
w ith 41-1 two touchdowns for Keystone native, see me punting," Harvin said.
.In the Tigers' UF, though, brought in punter
victory regional GSU grad Terry Harvin Jamie McAndrew-a two-sport
semifinal win athlete who also played baseball.
over Crescent BY CLIFFSMELLEY Harvin ~vound up going to
BY VINCENT ALEX BROWN City. Photo by Regional News/Sports Editor Georgia Southern as a walk-on,
rimes Editor lthough he eventually earned a
Times Editor ; i; z=;; ;; ;= Cliff Smelley. If you live in this area and
__Iy n scholarship. Wesley Dicks, who
Even with a nearly two-hour are a college football fan, you was the KHHS head football
drive to get there, Union County most likely root for the Gators, coach at the time, knew some
High School football fans far Seminoles or Bulldogs. Terry Terry Harvin of the coaches at GSU. David
outnumbered the hometown and the game's-first score on quarter-attempted a field goal. Harvin said as a child growing Owens, who was the KHHS
crowd at Crescent City High the board, catching a 23-yard The ball either bounced off up in Keystone Heights, he was a University Athletic Foundation's principal at that time, played
School, braving a drizzly Friday pass from Caleb Cox. Tiger defenders or was blocked. Gator all the way. director of development for the basketball at GSU, while several
night game to see their Tigers After the Tiger defense kept The Tigers took over and lost "I had the orange and blue Atlanta Region-a position he KHHS teachers graduated from
beat the Raiders 41-13 in a Class the Raiders (6-5) from making it at once as Lillie dropped the overalls to prove it," he said. was hired for in August. He is GSU.
IA regional semifinal matchup any ground, Daquin "Buddy" ball, and the Raiders recovered Harvin will be at Ben Hill part of a team that raises money Aside from that, Harvin said
on Nov. 15. Edwards put the Tigers up it on the Tigers' 17-yard line. Griffin Stadium this Saturday, to fund scholarships for all 16 he didn't know a whole lot about
The third-ranked Tigers (10- 13-0 with a 17-yard touchdown Crescent City ran it in on the Nov. 23, when the Gators host of the school's varsity sports Georgia Southern.
1) have now ended Crescent run. What looked like a bad next play to finally put points Georgia Southern, but he won't programs. "The only thing f knew was
City's season two years in a row or "bumbled snap resulted in a on the board, making the score, be wearing orange and blue, "We want every student- the head coach' was a bald-
and will play for the Region 4 missed extra point. after a failed extra-point attempt, whether it's overalls or any other athlete who comes to Georgia headed guy named Erk Russell,"
championship on Friday, Nov. When the Raiders got the ball 13-6 just over a minute into the sort of apparel. Southern to win a ring and get a Harvin said.
22, against District 7 rival Dixie back, Union County's Alden second quarter. As the color analyst for diploma,"' Harvin said, alluding Russell was quite a legend.
County in Cross City. (See McClellon.had a good tackle in However, Union County the Georgia Southern Radio to the foundation's "Rings and having been defensive
related story.) the backfield. Crescent City g6t Network, Harvin's colors of Diplomas" motto that describes coordinator at the University
Early on, Union Countys one first down and at the end See TIGERS, 10B choice are now the Eagles' a commitment to athletic of Georgia for 17 years before
Phillip Lillie put the Tigers'- of that set-early in the second See TIGERSblue and white. Harvin, a 1986 championships and education taking on the task of building
Keystone Heights High School He got the championships, and a football program at Georgia
graduate, played for Georgia he got an education, but Harvin Southern. The school had not had
T Southern for four years as a never imagined he would've a football team since the sport
T igers and B ears set to tan le punter and was part of three done so at Georgia Southern. was disbanded in 1941.
national championship teams. As a member of the Keystone Yet three years after the sport
IYi er R i4t his love for the school goes Heights High School football resumed in 1982, the. Eagles
again for R egion 4 cham ions i beyond football. He had a grea tam, he dreamed of playing won the first of two consecutive
overall experience at the school, .or the Gators. Harvin said he Division I-AA national
BY CLIFF SMELLEY travel to Cross City Friday, Nov. Neither team has really been making lifelong friewhonds ad realized he was too small to championships.
Regional News/Sports Editor 22, to play the second-ranked tested much this season. Of meeting the woman who wota play linebacker at the next level, Harvin was there for that
becomeBears at 7:30 p.m. The winner Union's 10 wins, the closest his wife. Plus, he got a but was pretty confident in second national championship,
rs at 730 p.m. The winner Union's 10 wins, the closest greatdiploma his abilitiesasa punter. It was whichcappedaseasonthatbegan
The Union County High will travel to play either Trenton was a 13-10 win over Class 4A worked out pretty good, his ablities as a punter. It was which capped a season that began
School football team gets a or Hamilton County in a state West Nassau. The closest win I rk p y g something he put a lot of time in Gainesville of all places. The
second shot at District 7 rival semifinal game on Friday, Nov. for the Bears, who are a perfect Harvin said. into. Eagles took on the Gators and
Dixie County, and this time n29 at 7:30 p.m. 9-0, was a 38-32 win overfellow Harvin is in his eighth year as "Year round I was out kicking lost 35-14. Harvin said it was
the stakes are the Rgion 4 Union andt 73 p.m. 9-, was a 38-32 win over fDixie areellow a color analyst for GSU football footballs," he said. quite the experience to begin his
championship and the right coming off of convincing wins Thet games. (He's also the host of As a dual-enrolled student, college career in a stadium he
to move on to the Class IA coming off of convincing wins The rest of the both teams' GSU head coach Jeff Monken's
to move on to the Class als in the regional semifinals, with wins were by double digits, and GSU head coach Jeff Monken's Harvin also practiced punting was so familiar with nd in front
semifinals the Tigers defeating Crescent their average margins of victory ostgam show.) However, twice a week on the University of of so many family and friends.
Third-ranked Union, which ity 41-13 (see related story) and are similar (26 points for Union when it comes to his association Florida football field, which was It was probably the best he ever
lost 30-12 to Dixie County in the Bears defeating Wildwood with the school, he said his "real open to the public. (The Gators
a regular-season contest, will 37-0. See DIXIE, 10B job is as the Georgia Southern played on artificial turf at that See HARVIN, 2B
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Grill celebrity Continued from lSB
waiter event to punted during pre-game warm-
ups, he said with a laugh.
benefit Shop That season wound up being
a redshirt year for Harvin. He
W ith a Cop assumed the job of number-one
punter during the 1987 season.
You worked hard to prepare He averaged 38.2 yards per punt
that Thanksgiving dinner. Now, that season and had five'punts of
50 yards or more. He also set a
ho about enjoing a meal out school record with a 66-yarder.
and helping a good cause at the Harvin averaged 37.5 yards in ..
same time? 1988, with two punts in excess of
The Downtown Grill in Starke 60 yards. His postseason average
is hosting a celebrity waiterevent was 39.6 yards, with four punts
on Friday, Dec. 6. from 11 a.m. for a 47.3-yard average in a 17-12 Terry Harvin is pictured punting during a Georgia
until 7 p.m. that will benefit the loss to Furman in the national Southern game. Harvin punted during the 1987-90
Starke Police Department's Shop championship game. seasons after redshirthing in 1986. By his senior
With a Cop program. Besides the Georgia Southern won its third year, he was averaging 40 yards per.punt. He
tips earned by local celebrities, national championship in 1989, averaged 40 yards or more during postseason games
defeating Stephen F. Austin 37- In 1988-90.
15 percent of the entire days 34. Harvin averaged 36.9 yards
sales will go toward the program. per punt overall and 43.3 yards Plus, as mentioned earlier, about any sport,Owhether it's
Shop With a Cop allows per punt in. the postseason. GSU had quite a fast rise from saying he believes the schiool
children who have been He placed 24 punts inside the the resurrection of a football will surprise people in men's
identified as having a need- opponent's 20-yard line and had program to winning multiple basketball this season or talking
but who continue to strive to two punts of 51 yards. national championships. Harvin about the school's three national
meet academic and discipline In 1990, Harvin averaged 39.6 said when the school held a press championships in cheerleading.
requirements in school-to yards per. punt. In the Eagles' conference to announce the start "I embrace the whole school,"
enjoy a shopping spree at first three postseason games, of the program and the hiring Harvin said. "I get so excited
Walmart. Through donations Harvin aveiaged 48, 42.8 and of Russell as coach, a school about everything going on at
and the assistance of restaurants 41.4 yards per punt. He had two official had to go to Kmart to buy Georgia Southern."
such as the Downtown Grill, punts of 62 yards. a football. The school possessed Georgia Southern's season
The 1990 season was capped no footballs. It had no practice finale in football this Saturday
children are allowed to pick out with a 36-13 win over Nevada for facility or stadium. Early teams against Florida will be spetiial
approximately $100 (vorth of another national title. All three were outfitted in hand-me-down for several reasons, Harvin said.
gifts. he experienced were special, of uniforms from another school. be the Eagles' last game at the.
This year's Shop With a Cop course, but Harvin said the title Having been a part of that era FCS level. Georgia Southerp is
event is Tuesday, Dec. 17. in 1989 was extra special as means a lot to Harvin. moving up to the Football Bowl
If you'd liketo providefurther' Georgia Southern became the "It.was the best thing I ever. Subdivision level next season
assistance to the ninth annual first college football team to ever did," he said of going to GSU. as a member of the Sun Belt
program,you can mail-a donation go 15-0 in a season. When he had the opportunity Conference.
in the form of a check--made out Also, that 1989 season was to become the new color analyst "It's just part of our evolution
George and Joyce Payne to "Starke Police Department- Russell's last as head coach. -for the Georgia Southern as we continue to grow," Hafvin
Shop With a Cop"-to Starke Harvin described the coach as Radio Network, Harvin said he said.
a master motivator, though he certainly didn't have to think Playing the Gators is already
Paynes celebrate 60 years Police Department, 830 Ewards added Russell would be thefirst long in accepting the offer, a challenge because: of. "the
Road, Starke, FL 32091. Please, personto say he couldn't motivate though he joked he had to difference in depth, Harvin
put to the attention of Capt. anyone to. do anything-it was pretend he was thinking it over said, but the Eagles, like ;the
George and Joyce Payne of Valrico. Barry Warren. up to an. individual to motivate "so they'd pay me." Gators, are also a banged-up
Keystone Heights "celebrated Grandchildren are Lana You may also contact Warren himself. As for the opportunity to squad, having lost 18 scholarship
E their 60th Anniversary on Nov. 1, Tran, Savannah Payne, Tyler at 352-494-3326 (cell), 904-964- Harvin said Russell had become the Georgia Southern players this year to injuries.
2013 at Freedom Baptist Church Payne, and Hannah Payne, 'all 5400 (office) or starkepdlo@ several.sayings he enjoyed using, University Athletic Foundation's However, Harvin said you can
_ Fellowship Hall. of Keystone Heights, Kara Jones yahoo.com for inore information such.as, "Do right," referring to director of development for the be sure that Georgia Southern
George and Joyce wire of Raleigh, N.C., Tim Edwards or to make a donation.- players' actions on and off the Atlanta Region, it was perfect. It players will play to win and play.
married Nov. 1, 1953, at the ot Valrico, and Curtis Edwards If you'd like to experience field, and, "Just one more time, allows Harvin to remain living to the end.
home, of Joyce's parents in of Korea. Great-grandchildren what the event is like and what asking a player to do something in Macon, where he makes his "I guarantee you that .coach
SJacksonville. are Maura and Ben Tran of kind of impact it has, please go to just one more time, whether it home with his wife, Lori, and Monken and the team won't give
Kaeyo ne H eis an A fkind of impact it hasu pleasego to was making a block or getting their daughters: Madelyn, Sarah up,' Harvin said.
The couple has three children, Keystone Heights, Gillian Alice www.youtube.com and perform after the opposing quarterback and Gillian'. Georgia Southern has 'not
Angela Church and George and Brooke Edwards of Valrico, a search for "Starke Shop With a "'Anybody. can do almost Not only does Harvin get to played Florida since 1986-the
Payne Jr. both of Keystone, and Ayden of N.C. Cop 2012." anything just one more time," keep his home in Macon, he gets year when a recent graduatd of.
Heights and Kathy Edwards of Harvin said, adding, "I use that to talk to others about Georgia-' Keystone Heights High School
phrase to this day." Southern. To' say Harvin is was booming punts in pre-
Russell liked acronyms, passionate about GSU might game warm-ups and starting to
too, such as GATA, which had be an understatement. He is develop a close bond with GSU:
several different meanings. For a perfect example of school "Id say it's going to be
the football field, it meant "Get spirit. He.. may have played unbelievably special,"' Harvin
After them Aggressively." For football., but he can talk to you said.
,. the da sro6om/it,; m an.. ..."Get a. vg mo
After those Academics,! or, "Get "'. i a( i.
SG After those 'A's."
Harvin said Russell. actually
ore an old, tattered, gray T-shirt Florida Twin Theatre
underneath his. coaching shirt
on game days with the GATA
acronym on it. He would lift his
coaching shirt to show off that
T-shirt-a T-shirt he had been
wearing since his University of Jennifer Lawrence in Chris Hemnsworth in Walt Disney s
Georgia days-to his players
Harvin's experience not
only" haLd him playing -under a PoIs PG-i P
legendary coach, but' being a Fr., 8:00 Fr 7: 00900 Wed -Thurs 7:30
part of something historic. At the at., oo 455, 905
time, GSU was considered one of Mon.Thurs. 7:15 Mon.-Tues. 7:30
the fastest growing universities II M I I I 1 I M
in the country, Harvin said.
Altrusa and Healthy, Start:* joining
forces to 'make a difference'
Altrusa of Starke partnered with Healthy Start for its "Make a Difference
-Day" project-a giveaway of more than 100 packages of diapers, 40 books,
blankets, wipes, clothing and more on Oct. 25. The supplies were gathered
' by our Altrusa Chair Kayla Thomas, who is the club's "coupon queen." A
donation from the club purchased supplies, while individual members made
Slonations as well. Pictured (I-r) are: Vicki Teal, Ashley Hildebran (Healthy
SStart), Cynthia Ware, Demetrise Thomas (Healthy Start), Rebecca Hinson,
SKayla Thomas, Dorene Davis and Cheryl Canova.
'A full slab of our famous Beby'B aocks .
sloW moked' tl tender. theh: fire g ll1ed ee .
"to order. Served with your tvo favorite *
aide8 and either garlio bread o.
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TIURSDAY, Nov. 21, 2013 TEEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECnON 3B
58-6 loss to Raines in regional semis ends Tornadoes' season
BY CLIFF SMELLEY the Bradford 5-gard line.,The thro. n an incompletion on first
Regional News/Sports Editor Vikings went backouards from dos n and running back Tra'Von
Bradrd High Sc l there, being flagged toiice for Thomas losing 4 sards on tio
Bradbod High School %as -
held to 76 yards in a 58-6 loss holding and once for illegal cornsecuti.e carres. Bradford
to third-ranked Raines in a Class procedure. One of those Shan Aaron had a pass defnders
4A regional semifnal football holding calls nullified a 12-ard breakup for the Bradford Roddetck
gameon Nov. 15 in Jacksonille. touchdown pass. defense. while teammate Broomfield (far
The Tornadoes (3-7j fe ll .Cod Bias had an 8-lard Clayton Cdookie had a tackle left) and Shawn
behind 26-0,.but got a 58-yard sack on the drive as well as the for a 3-yard loss on Raines' Aaron give
touchdown pass play from Jacob Vikings turned the ball oer on third series. Still, the Vikings chase to Raine
Luke to Kenny Dinkins to make downs after gaining 7 yards on tere able to march 71-yards for running back
it a three-score game at the half. fourth-and-goal from the 29. another score, taking adantage Alex Rutledge
Raines, though, equaled its Penalties were a problem all of a 32-yard run on a fake-punt on what would
first-half output in the third night for Raines. which was play. Zanders hooked up with prove to be a
quarter, scdring 26 points and flagged 16 times. The Vikings' Tymeek Bron for a 34-yard touchdown play
tting the game away. The next possession started off touchdown to complete the drive in the fourth
Vikings scored on a punt return with a holding penalty, but and put Raines up 13-0 early in quarter.
and an interception return as that would be the only yellow the second quarter.
and an intyrception return as
well as getting two touchdown flag on a 49-yard scoring drive Zanders. who rushed for 56
passes from quarterback Marvin capped by Laquan Jackson's yards in the first half, had a pair
Zanders. Zanders was 12-of- 7-yard touchdown run with 1:55 f 2-yard touchdown runs to cap
20 for 257 yards and three remaining in the first quarter. Raines' next two series. The offsides. On third-and-4, Luke 66 yards, opened the second Holmes then intercepteda pass,
touchdowns overall. The Tornadoes just could not second put the Vikings up 26-0 hit Dinkins with a short pass, half with a 55-yard kickoff returning it 27 yards for a score
Bradford gained just 8 yards get things going offensively, with 53 seconds left in the first with Dinkins doing the rest, return to the Raines 34-yard and putting the Vikings up 52-6.
in the second half. They got a gift at the start of half. outrunning Raines defenders on line. Bradford, though, fumbled Alex Rutledge capped
Raines, which improved to their second possession of Dinkins returned the ensuing his way to a 58-yard touchdown. the ball on the first play from the scoring with a 19-yard
'9-2 and will host Bolles for the game when Raines was kickoff approximately 30 yards A failed two-point conversion scrimmage-t what was going to touchdown run in the fourth
the Region 2 championship on penalized for being offsides. to start a Bradford drive at its left the Tornadoes trailing 26-6 be a reverse-pass play. quarter.
Friday, Nov. 22, put together a Despite having a first-and-5, own 36. The Tornadoes were at the break. The Vikings responded with Bradford finished the game
solid drive to open the game, the Tornadoes were unable to facing a third-and-9 before Dinkins, who finished the a quick, six-play scoring drive, with 10 yards rushing, with Luke
marching from its own 26 to pick up afirst down, with Luke Raes was penalized for being game with two receptions for with Zanders throwing a 21-yard getting sacked six times.
touchdown to Alex Gardner. Luke was 2-of-4 passing for
Things totally fell apart 66 yards in. the first half, but
for the Tornadoes as Raines did not complete a pass in six
KHHS suffers yet another injury in 32-10 loss scored three touchdowns in a attempts in the second half.
six-minute span. Brian Burnett Despite the loss, it was
returned a punt 38 yards for one Bradford's second postseason
BY DAN HILDEBRAN score, while Jackson took a short appearance in three years. Prior
Monitor Editor pass from Zanders and turned to 2011, the Tornadoes went six
Keystone Heights High it into a 68-yard score. Caleb years without a playoff berth.
School lost quarterback Blake
SValenzuela to an ankle injury in
the second quarter, leaving the
Indians with few options in a 32-
10 loss to Bolles in round one of
the Class 4A playoffs on Nov. 15
Valenzuela was a surviving
member of an Indian backfield
that featured Anton Noble and
Sam Anderson, two running
'backs lost to injuries earlier in
the previous two weeks. Head
a::ucoach Chuck Dickinson said / 3
he had built his offensive game
Splan.for the Jacksonville school Brighton Gibbs (center) Intercepts a Bolles pass Intended for Dexter Carter Jr, Auto Accidents
:around Valenzuela. Keystone's Michael Carroll (far right) is also pictured. Photo by Tonya A. Gibbs. Work Injuries
"Once we lost Blake, it sort of
took us out of ourgame plan:, he 3-0 lead. However, on Bolles' Dickinson said with the backfield Those injuries were Headache Dr. VrgA. Berry
said. "We worked all week to let final possession of the first half, exception of the team's final amplified by the team's 30-man Neck and Back Pain C cC or 2m
him run the ball a little bit more. Carter caught a 15-yard pass regular season game against roster, which forced Dickinson
That would give us one extra from quarterback Joe Edden at Santa Fe, the Indians played well to play-many players on both I '
blocker." the Keystone 10, ran for 17 yards in every contest: defense and offense.
: ickinson added that he had on a reverse following a Bolles "Even Union," he said,"ivhich Bolles, which will play Raines
planned to spread the Bulldog holding penalty, and caught a we lost 21-7, but we played hard:' on Friday, Nov. 22, for the
"defense and get his quarterback 15-yard touchdown pass from. However, the team could not Region 2. championship, listed 601 E. Call St.
-,outside on running plays. Edden with 57 seconds left in the overcome injuries to key players, 68 players on its roster. H X
He had i coupleofgoodplays half, giving theBulldogs a 19-3 especially in the offensive Hwy.230, Starke
~here and there" he said. halftime lead.
Valenzuela went down on a Carter started the second half
::,second-and-10 pass play on the in the same way he finished
e-oBolles 33 on which he could find the first, rushing for a 42-yard C J o h n
no open receivers. The senior touchdown on the second play of C h a rle y Jo h n
_,signal caller pulled the ball the third quarter and extendingo n fe re n c e e r
-down, escaped the pass rush and the visitors' lead to 25-3. The
headed upfield. After Valenzuela Indians blocked Alex Lucansky'sferen ce
*crossed the line of strimmage, extra-point attempt.
IBolles defensive lineman Jordan' Bolles' final score came .
J:ackson caught him from behind, later in the third quarter. The
..The quarterback appeared to Bulldogs completed a 10-play
--injure his left ankle on the play, drive, culminating with a 5-yard
,-and was later transported to an Christian Bermudez run. Erika
.:area hospital for evaluation. Clark added the extra point,
Dickinson said that after giving Bolles a 32-3 lead with
&Valenzuela's injury, he hoped to 4:54 left in the third quarter.
hold Bolles (8-3) to the 13-3 lead Keystone (5-5) scored-its sole
_it had at the time. The coach said touchdown late in the. fourth
Lhe planned to retool the game quarter with an eight-play drive
' plan during halftime, plugging starting on its own 47. Gilio
J)arein Gilio into Valenzuela's ran for a 13-yard gain during
s-pot., That course of action the series, and Michael Carroll
'appeared feasible since the contributed a run of 4 yards.
.;original ggme plan focused oh Lane Blanton powered the drive
;a running quarterback instead with runs of 3, 8, 12, 19 and 3
-- of passing. Gilio had practiced yards before scoring on a I-yard
the position earlier in the year plunge with 56 seconds left in the _!
iaind had produced in games as a game. J.J. Schofield added the
r:Wunning back. point after touchdown, resulting
:. However, the coach's hope in a final score of 32-10.
for going into the locker room Aftei the game, Dickinson.
with only a 10-point deficit repeated a complement he had I
evaporated when Bolles' Dexter given his squad throughout the
Carter Jr. goton track.The son of season, praising his players' NOv. 1, 2013 thru Jan. 3, 2014
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Pop W arner and beondhat the jobrequires street maintenance superisor in the last twedce \ears with standard ofliving. an individual that has only lived&
OP arner for the betterment ofthe members and was emploed b the cdit great strength, understanding. In appreciation of our Farm- in the city for 6 to 8 months and-
Cowboys say, of the communit. For eample for2 ars. If that ii true.then noledg and fortitude He Cit partnership the President as no real qualificatio do the
when there have been issues with it would appear that as such. has had to make. I am sure, of the United States annually job she is running forldes me.
'Thank you' our %,ater s.stem, she does not he didn't do his job een ell. many difficult decisions but has d claimis the waeek leading up to Fourth. according to Chieft
think tmice about getting up in And just recend), he showed up always put what will mc e the as National Farm-City Week. Bradford County Telegraph on-
Dear Editor the middle of the night to make for a Council meeting which 1 citi forward first. He has spent As the President of the Thursday October 31st issue,
Thank you to the community sure things are corrected. She is understand uas the first time countless hours in meetings ith Bradford County Farm bureau. that he was retiring and has had-
for your support of the pop a professional when dealing tith in \ears he had done so. That those who could offer guidance I would like to encourage local "recent health issues", how can
Warner Cowboss. B bringing the public.supplies any requested being the case, where uas his and support in his vision for residents to pause for a moment he fulfill his duties if elected:
ack the tradition of our youth information. and aliwas finds a interest and concern for the city the city. He has the education this Holiday Season andconsider to the city council since he has
football program, it reminds us 'ay to get things done in spite for all those other years. I also and working background to try the abundance available to us. only attended a few council
of our role in the communi of the budgetar) constraints that understandthaton twooccasions, and keep the city financially Neither the farm not the meeting since his medical issue
We are a feeder-program the Cit% is under. I cannot think he has sued the cit for various sound. Without him, am sure cit can exist in isolation. Our in February.
for Bradford's middle school of anyone who is more suited to reasons and now he wants to that the city would have ceased interdependence creates jobs. And last, I would like to sayu
football program. It is our be re-elected as she alays has help that same city. Sounds like to exist as city long before build oureconomy and support mimbers and the city dcerkthat
mission to enable young people the best interest of the City as her he is speaking out of both sides this. Without his calming our collective security. are up for reelection have been
to benefit from participation in goal with no personal agenda. of his mouth. His involvement presence and lack of personal As we celebrate Thanksgiving, trying to do the best job for the
team sportsandactivities inasafe Debra Jordan Norman seems with the Recreation Department agenda, this city will certainly I urge your readers to remember city with its limited resources.
and structured environment. Our to e living in the past and also raises more questions when end up in dire straits or become the Farm-City relationships that If not for their experience.
goal is to teach the fundamental focusing on what she thinks is you consider the fact that the part of a larger city and therefore have allowed us to create an knowledge and due diligence, 1I
values, skills, and knowledge a job where she just has to look current building is still unusable. have very little say in how it's exceptional quality of life for all would fear that our city would
these young people will use good. My first question is how It makes me wonder who had own citizens are governed. Just Floridians. have collapsed long before this.
throughodt their lives while old is the published picture, a hand in getting him to run imagine what would happen if Please join us in celebrating They are still struggling to keep
emphasizing the importance of Every other published picture and what his personal agenda the city ended up with no money Farm-City wewek, nov. 21-28, the city afloat and due what
academic success. (other than her father Chief is. Again I wonder is it for the to pay its bills and could not 2013, as we give thanks for all is right for the majority f theizens.
Although there were Jordan) were current pictures city or who is behind him. repay its federal loans. That is haPresident Bradford Couy The only council member that
forces trying to prevent our showing how people look today Carlton Jones is trying definitely a frightening thought. Farm Bureau, is not seeking reelection is Mr.
inaugural year from becoming so that you can identify them to get back on the Council So now it is up to you, Ray Norman Miscally. I would like to take this
a reality, many members in this when you see them on the street. again. Considering he has served the voters, to decide if you opportunity to thank him for his;
community came to our aid to She also has focused on what before and was voted out on at want the city to survive and service to the city.
insure our success. As a non- she has done over the years least 2 occasions I know of, do continue moving forward by Reader John Mercier,
profit organization, we started where looks and not brains were the people of Lawtey think that supporting Lisa, Ginny, Jimmie Lawtey-
with nothing and were able to the focus. As to her working he will do a better job this time? and Wayne. Lawtey cannot addresses
fullyequipandoutfittwofootball experience, my biggest question His big claim to fame is his afford to lose these valuable
and cheer suads for competition is that if she was such a good involvement with the Recreation resources. Besides getting out concerns prior Eddie Lewis
this year. We are truly blessed to business woman, what happened Department as well. From what and voting, many more of you to Lawtey deserves
have the support from so many in to the businesses that she stated I have seen of that, he just likes need to start attending the
the public andprivate sectorsof she owned and managed. Sure to spend the city's limited Council meetings and become elections thanks
ihis community, does make me question how resources on parties and giving more involved. Your voices
ecalthankstoourparent she would handle the financial handouts. Not the emphasis are important and you can Dear Editor: Dear Editor:
relatives, and volunteers of our aspect and budget of the city. I would want when the City help this city to grow again. If Voting in Lawtey s just I would like to give thanks
players and cheer leaders. You And since she has only recently has such financial limits at the you don't take part in your around the corner and I would to Eddie Lewis, my county:
are the backbone of any youth moved back to Lawtey, if appears present time. It's too bad that government, then you have no like to address some concerns I commissioner, for going out of.
organization and we appreciate that her goals are better suited to people don't see that his agenda one to blame but yourselves for have. his way on a Saturday to set our
you entrusting your children's a larger community that has the is really that of someone else. He what happens next. If you are not First and foremost, for dirt road fixed where we can go.
you entrstig your chent with financial resources as well as does talk as though he wants part of the solution, then you are someone to bully voters by up and down it.
rowth a dt staff resources. Lawtey is one of what is -best for the city but I part of the problem and Lawtey telling them they know how they Not only is Mr. Lewis a good
has come to a conclusion, na the poorest cities I have ever seen don't see it happening. certainly has enough of those vote is "ABSURD" If people county commissioner, but hekids
has comereally understand the voting also has supported our kids i v
awards banquet was hosted and yet she wants to set up things Virginia Warner has done already. Stand up and make sure process, that is impossible. The the community with buying s
to honor your children with like a food bank and accounts a phenomenal job over the that one small group does not only way anyone knows how you and swine at the fair throughou
uest speaker in attendance for emergency water and sewer past four years with the time take over your city for their own vote is if you tell them. That is the years.
Coach William Brewington of fee for people who can't, don't and effort she has put into the purposes in spite of what they are why'it is called a "Secret Ballot". Thanks Mr. Eddie Lewis fror
ohe Bradford. Middle School or won't to pay their bills. In my water system given it's age saying now in the hopes of being If someone were to know how the people on 196th street.E
he iraor Minde Scou opinion, she wants to give more and condition. She has worked elected. you voted then that would be District 5.
excited that. all of the childre to those who are only lobking for tirelessly to improve the City and Barbara Kascak-Mercier because they told you how to vote Sincerel
excited that.all of the children more handouts rather than what move it forward. That's her only Lawtey or else and that would be voter Billy Rehberg
rtime in years, not just the they could to do help the City agenda as well as being the voice tamperng and that is llegal.
uperstars'. We were excited too as a whole. I sure don'tevant her of calm and reason. She has a The second point I would
bsuperss W e excited too handljng my checkbook with her vision that will benefit the whole Farm-City like to make is that if a person Pregnant
'because we believe every youth is running for city council, why
is deserving of the honor and own personal agenda and family community and not a special hasn't that individual been at the m thers
:heeds to be recognized for their agenda. interest group. Her meeting of the W eek. a council meetings to understand at t
dste recogiI would be remiss if I did not challenges shows great foresight _, what is currently being done lackin
a plishments each and evey xpress y:thanks and gratitude and visiornof-what Lawtey could 'lremidt. rlto w. a by"the ity couicilIf they '
"season. ''ebe the been 'it c 'the-duncif ; Pro
We would like to ^ extd o..Russell Miscally. for. .his be. I cani,see coritiinued:gret ^i 'l i enever been"o .the u
We wou ike th exn hard work and dedication to strides under her guidance. give' arI -meetings to make suggestiois
Chapman, Chriks O Triia the City for his public service M. M. Jordan appears to as to how the council can do Dear Editor
Chapman, Chris Olive, Tricia over the years. I can understand be -relying on the fact that he Dear Editor: better, how do they know if they The State of Florida, througi
Cook,and therest of the BPAA why he has chosen not to run served as Police Chief for an In this Thanksgiving season even-have the qualifications or FloridaStatute760,provides vitat
programembefor your individuaseball again and this City is certainly extended period of time. During most of us gather with our knowledge to do a better job for
ollectiv e your .Andiv a going to feel the loss of his that time, hoef many had the families and reflect upon the the city?SeeLETTER
andknowledge and concern for all strength of character to stand many blessings. One of those Third, I do not understand how See LETTER, 61
uras nceandsupport this knowledge and concern for all strength of character to stand blessings is a nutritious and
our assistance and support this the residents. Thank you Russ for up and run against him and do abundant food supply produced
yearabundant food supply produced
s ess a heeing us restore the a job well done. what was right for the City and by our farmers and ranchers.
success of helping us restore te Wayne Massey goes way back its citizens. Many times prior We also benefit from other
ommunitys trust P in this city and although he and to his ill health, he failed in agricultural products used to a
:Warner band. I have had our differences of his duty to attend City Council produce the clothing, housing, L1IU '
; As we venture into the off- opinion, he at least is one of the meetings. When he did appear, medicines, fuel, and other 4 t W. aour
oeasdn we are steady focused few that consistently shows up he always had his own agenda products we use on a daily basis. for Appointment
on the upcoming season. With month after month for Council that he was trying to advance, These basic necessities are Wahi Cli04-36-
the tmbmer of kids and coaches meetings. Having said that, I be it badgering and bullying available to us because of a .p114
"coming into the program next broad partnership of farmers and Teeth Brushin 17145 SW 101st Ave
comg int the program next wonder abot his comment about the Council or not listening to ranchers, processors, brokers, Ear Cleaning Ske FL321ste91
e, s poised for great kno the 'new well project which is their explanations or reasoning truckers, shippers, advertisers, Nails Clipped &Filed F Im0e1m
'there will be adversty and already being worked on with due to the fact that he did not wholesalers and retailers. Theu Ihllri pS ld
we are ready to overcome it grant applications by the current wishto hear them out. On one collaboration of these members GIFT RTIFIA AVAIL4,I!
: we are ready to overcome it Council. Had he attended that occasion he stormed out of a of our society helps maintain our _______________________
Aonce again. Pop Warner is meeting prior to the monthly public meeting after displaying
about ntegrity character, and council meeting, he would an extremely unprofessional
discipline. It's where football have been up to speed on the outburst. That certainly did not
begins. Go Big Blue! status. He does fail to realize display maturity or self control.
Treasurer that no matter what investments With his current health status, it
Sand Coach, he sees as possible, the biggest makes one wonder if he has the
GeoffCook problem is the fact that the city physical ability to withstand all -
needs to clean itself up first and that would be required and the
i! Reader foremost. Ride around and look hours involved. As to his support '
at the propeities with falling of the other city departments, Registration for January 2014
examines apart and abandoned trailers and I question that as he has in RegiStratiOn for January 2014
La w ey over grown with brush. Look the past targeted fire fighters .
:; Lawtey t the condition of our streets in route to the firehouse in
.. as so few are really no more response to fire and emergency
candidates than rutted and pot holed cow calls. For modernizing the water t
paths. As to taking advantage of department, he cannot take credit Sponsored through
r Dear Editor: the proposed Starke bypass, it for something that the current Bradford Parents
I have spent a good deal of will not do much to help Lawtey City Council has been working
:- time reading and re-reading the as the city seems to remain in the on for at least the last year. The Athletic Association,
Spublicationoftheannouncements past. Time to start living in the residents of Lawtey need to
of the individuals running present and look to the future. If make it clear that they are ready,
for City Council positions in this doesn't happen, the city will willing and able to move into the
Lawtey. Some of the information truly become more of a ghost present and no longer live in the
was interesting and somewhat town, even morethan itshowson past., Age Divisions: (as of September 1, 2013)
: informative. Since I have the Internet now. Jinimie Scott has met every 5-7 8-10 11-13 14-16 17+
attended just about every Daniel Phillips is a former challenge that has faced the city
Council meeting in the last four
years when in Lawtey, most of Games will be held on Saturdays at the Edwards /
it l was already aware of having Road Sports Complex beginning early January to .-
Shad numerous conversations ta3 1
with current members as well S 1 mid- February. This will be 5 on 5, maximum 10 .id
as the information presented player team roster. -4 7(rm
at tho~e Council meeting. In "
fairness to all the candidates, I Register by emailing BradfordParentsagmail.com or -
wish to address their individual. request a form from our Bradford Parents Athletic
Sstatements in theuorder in which /
they were published. Association facebook page. A
Lisa Haley is one of the most ision is $00 e player.
conscious and dedicated city egstraton per
clerks l have ever had the pleasure. -a Belts, Flags, Jerseys and game balls will be provided. '
of dealing with. Her knowledgeSu e
I of the city operations, along- Stocking Stuffer Idea: Spring Baseball
with county, state and federal Registration Gift Certificates (any dollar amount)
S-egulations and requirements is at it r esn or r aort
by far oie of.the greatest assets B'4L make great Christmas Presents for your favorite
Sa city government could ask youth athlete! Credit Cards Accepted.
for. She had always gone above _ ....... _................ .... .....
THURSDAY, NOV. 21, 2013 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION 5B
ammunition andlicense charees, remainder. Obviously, the latter
most people develop the field suggests more than just a couple Outdoors calendar
and charge a small fee to hunters of birds are being dressed. Eddie Nov. 21, Crosshom
A to lower the development Douglas indicated that his family Ministries meeting at the Starke
expenses. Several small dove txpically fried them. Donnie Golf and Countr Club. 7-9
fields are managed that wa\ in Falcon preferred his smothered p.m.;
Outdoors methods for all non-natie Commission does maimain do e area. and if enough people in gra and served with Dec. 1, second phase of
animals. fields in North Cenual Florida, share the expenses. it provides biscuits. Jim Lewis recently dove season ends;
took Three professional trappers including three that are within an exciting activity for young cooked a bunch and chose to Dec. 2 newmoon:
from the Florida Trappers 70 miles of Bradford County. hunters. smother his with grav\. Dec. 17 full moon.
Crosshorn Association will be speaking: Directions and regulations on f there is anything more fun Dove hunting is open during
i i a Mark Neely, who is also very the fields are available online at than shooting doves, it has to three phases in Florida. The If you have a stor. idea or
Minitries and good at snake identification wwwinyfc.com. be eating them. Probably the first season runs during most of photo to share, please contact
dove h ning Matt Hickey and John Whitfield. Attracting a population of most common cooking methods October, and the second phase is Mickey Agner via email as mka@
dove hunting (All three speakers have served doves to a particular field is includefr ingandior smothering open during the second half of Maoutdoors.com, or b phone
on the FTA board of directors.) regulated, and FWC guidelines in gravy and serving with November. The last phase will at 904-964-1488. Photos mnav
Our lake water continues to Snacks will be served, and, prohibit the spreading of grain biscuits. Other common cooking run from about mid-December also b submited in person a -
cool as winter encroaches upon as always, the meeting will simply to attract birds. Such methods include cooking with through the first half of January. the Bradford Countr Telegraph.
our doorsteps. Joey Tyson of conclude with an outdoors practices are referred to as rice or dumplings. Check for the specific dates Union County 7rnes or Lake
Bald EagleBait and Tackle tells devotional and a prize give- "baiting." The grain used to Due to their small size, many before hunting. Region Monitor.
us the crappie bite in Santa Fe away. One of this month's prizes attract the doves must be grown people choose to prepare only Tight lines and safe hunting
continues to improve, will be a ride-along on a predator in the field, but the manager is the breast and dispose with the until next week.
The cooler ocean water is removal project with a nuisance allowed to "manipulate" the
moving the saltwater trout from animal professional. crops sothat the grain maturation
the flats on the west coast to correlates with the dove season. agl
the inland waterways, creeks Dove hunting still an One person who is a good NCA Eages
and rivers, according to Gary resource for developing food earn SECC
Simpson. option in this area plots and/or dove fields is Ken
The deer rut has spread Fifty years ago, small 1- Mueller, the owner of Gator 2 runner-up
northward into middle Georgia, to 5-acre plots of grain were Farm Supply on US. 301 south
and the second phase of dove common, and they were of Starke. Mueller recommends trophy
season started on Nov. 16. productive for the farmer who the various forms of millet for
Squirrel season is underway wanted to produce cattle feed. attracting doves, and indicates Northside Christian
and continues through March 2. Today, those small that it will plant well in order to Academy's flag
Waterfowl season starts on Nov. productions are not cost match its maturation with dove football team fsh
23 and runs through Dec. 1, and effective when compared to the season. He also specifies that the season as runne
again from Dec. 7 through Jan. much larger operations. Not fertilizer, lime, seed and most up In theSouth
26. only do you see fewer farmers supplies will run from about Eastern Christian
We are without a doubt growing their own cattle feed, $250 to $300 per acre in order to Conference. The
marching very closely to you also see fewer small grain produce a good field. Eagles defeated
Thanksgiving. fields that pull double duty for Most dove fields are Sunshine and
feeding cattle and providing minimally 2 to 5 acres, and an Brunswick before
Croshorn Ministries he secondy benefitof a dove additional acre should be added losing to Beaches
field. Furthermore, it is such for each hunter. Additionally, a Chapel. They then
presents meeting on an unfortunate development good buffer between the field boncedback to
trapping Nov. 21 in a rural community, because and residential or business defeat Emmanuel
- Crosshorn Ministries will dove hunting is about the only locations is necessary. before losing to Beaches In the championship game. Pictured are: (front, -r)
hold this month's meeting on hunting activity more exciting to Since the small food plot is not cheerleaders Halley Fender, Caitlain Morgan (captain), Daphne Sheffield, Alize' Murwin,'
Thursday, Nov. 21, at 7 p.m. kids than squirrel hunting. a typical farm project that can Jordyn Gowens, (middle, I-r) Shane Worten II, Joshua Merritt, Matthew Carlton, (back,
a the Starke Golf and Country Dove hunting still exists, pull double duty as a dove field, I-r) Riley Miller, Hunter Shannon, Anthony Tyson, Dillon Wilkison and coach Josh
Club. The topic will is trapping, though. Thle Florida Fish and and cultivating the field adds Merritt. Tyson and Jon Norman (not pictured) were named to the all-conference team.
with and emphasis on trapping Wildlife and Conservation a considerable expense to the
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Joann Brazell Church with Pastor Ben Brant afternoon he Lord came and took be held one hour on Saturda at the Fabco-Air Industries in Gainesville father Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rhoden.
and Pastor Jeff Stading offircting- Chari to heaven to be Aith hm.- Church prior to the serices- as a machinist. He was of the and sister. Sher Moorehouse.
STARKE-Joanne Banks The interment followed at Sapp He was batn Newark. NJ. and Catholic Faith. His wife, Janice and She is survived by: husband.
Brazsll 02 of Starke, died Friday, Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, please lived there lurtil he nwed to Lake son Fredrick Keim preceded him in Kevin Wyman: son. Bret (Kelly) ~
Nov. 15, 2013 at her residence. A make donations to Haven Hospice. Butler and Starke. Charl was death. Wyman; bother. Wayne tSissy)
lifelong resident of Starke, she was 4200 N. W. 90th. Blvd Gaines ille. an AB honorf roil sentor at Umon He is survived b: three children; Rhoden; and two grandchildren.
a member of New Bethel Baptist Fl 32606 in Mr. Elixson's name. Counti High Schol, part o the Taa Callhan of Kesione A memorial erich ill be
Church. She graduated from RJE Arrangementsareunderthecareand sseiaithfiln arnr and ed1 topia Tania (Scot) Cllan of Kestone d at 11 am on Saervice will be
High School in Bradford County. direction of Archie Tanner Funeral foo bai and tssketbal!. He Heights. Kim (Frank) asquez o held at am on Satu Nov
She was also a licensed cosmologist Services of Starke. 904-964-5757. people and led d em to Lte Lordi. Ocala and Robert Bobbr" ('amm\) 23 at Temple Baptist Church, 485
and supervisor in housekeeping at Visit archietannerfuneralservices. Chartil was a member of the True Keim of Ke)stone Heights; siblings. Halsema Rd N Jacksonville.
Windsor Manot Nursing Home. com to sign the family's guest book. Vine Outreach Church in Starke. Ernest Prokop. Boris Prokop.
She is survived by sons, PAIDOBITUARY He was preceded in death by his Natasha Prokop. Anna Prokop.
Hawyood K. Brazell, Carlos A. sister. Bnanni McCastle. Maternal Emmuel Prokop and Evaughn TLh
Thomas, Zayde Thomas, Roben rt l grandparents. Carrie Lee Williams Prokop all of Czechoslovakia;
Thomas and William Grayer Jr.; Glenn Guyon and Thomas Jefferson. Paternal twee grandchildren; and one great CIaUltl
daughters, Sheryl L. Gregg and STARKE-Glenn E. Guyton grandfather Leslie Marsh.randdau er
Patricia L. Marks; brothers, Willie A.KA. Glenn Snow went to be with Chartil is sried b: his A a erice will be S rp
Banksr.id b er ee Bank r A.KA. Gle nnL Snod w went to. bewith, loving father and mother. Charie A memorial service will be
s atSe and Darel Cas0le; two sistes. held on Tuesday'. Nov. 26. at 10:.30 .--
sisters, Sarah L. Smith and Mattie after a brief battle with cancer. He and Darcel McCasle o sisters, held on Tuesday, Nov. 26, at 1030
McCloud; and two grandchildren. afs born on March 16,1928. Mahogan) Gnmslec and Shanina a.m. in the St. William Catholic
Funeral services will be held at was McCastle; three brothers, Jimmy Church with Father Mike Williams
11:00 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 23, lenn is survived by: his Peace. Charie McCastle and presiding. Arrangements are under
in the New Bethel Baptist Church of 9 year, Lillian Haendednah Brandin McCasde. and paternal the care of Jones-Gallagher Funeral
in Starke with Rev. Everett Brown family consisting of Wanda grandmother Leonia Marsh Home of Keystone Heights
family consisting r ics Will be heldofKeystoneHeh
Eulogist. Interment will be held in Feller, April Hutchinson, Harry Funeral sernices will be held Unio4
Oddfellow Cemetery. Arrangements Saturda. Nov. 23. at the Union
OdduerSeae rC.t oan Terry S g TeCounty High Schol auditorium Rhonda W yman HCu *
are under the direction of Hale Tammi Nordberg, Patty Heffner, with Pastor Ross Chandler. Pastor Iimor a w rI Ii
Funeral Home Inc. of Starke. Robert Hannah, Terry Hannah, Jason Johns and Bro Charlie Curtis erry KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-r Pa
wing bhe inF y, 27 gndci n, nd 26 g t ason Jehs and g aCharlie Curtis Perry KEYSTONE HEIGHTS- SW 1M *
Viewing will be hld in Friday, Nov. 27 grandchildren, and 26 great- McCastle officiating. Burial will be Rhonda Rhoden Wyman. 53, died on 1" RIn*1dim PreMeb
5-7:00 p.m. at the Carl D. Haile Gyton was a former casket at a later date. Family invites friends Curtis Perry Friday, Nov. 8, 2013 at St. Vincents
Memorial Chapel. The Cortege will Gma but s ma fom si int for visitation at Archer Funeral Hospital in Jacksonville. She was
form at the family home of maker, but his main passion in Home on Friday, Nov. 22, from LAKEBUTLER-CurtisMelvin born May 15. 1960 at St. Vincents
for -a te amlyhoe f107 life~was his long career in country
Brazell at 1030 a.m. Saturday. 107 music. He had a band for about 50 6-8 p.m. Archer Funeral Home is Perry, 45, died on Wednesday, Nov. Riverside, Jacksonville. She was
Harutha Street, Starke. (The man Band) and in charge of all arrangements 386 13,2013 at Shands Hospital. He was preceded indeath by: mother and
performed all across the U.S.A. He 496-2008, please sign the guestbook a graduate of Union County High
servoed a cin t he UAir r and wa a at archerfuneralhome.com. In lieu School and a member of St. Johns ( 4YW VYV Y Y Y YY r
Kenneth Eixson er of the Ame Frce and was a of flowers the family asks to donate Baptist Church.
STARKE-Kenneth "Kenny" post 137. He touched so many lives Memo rof Charcil McCastleat He is survived by: parents,
Elixson, age 74 of Starke, went with his music and will be missed mmnity Stoae Bank. 25 SE6th Ella J. and Willie Parker of Lake
home to be with the Lord on Nov. by so many. S t, Lae BSutate Ban. 2054 Butler; daughter, Helaria Brooks of
14,2013 at his residence surrounded Funeral services were PAIDOBITUARY Gainesville; and four grandchildren.
by his family. Kenny was born on at Greenlawn Cemetery in Funeral services will be held
March 8, 1939 in Webster to the late Jacksonville on Thursday, Nov. 7. 11:00 a.m., Saturday,.Nov. 23, at St. V
Mason Elixson and Marie Vinzant PAID OBITUARY Ella Merricks Johns Baptist Church in Providence
Elixson. Kenny .was a member of with Rev. Rodney Brown Pastor and
Bayless Highway Baptist Church LAKE BUTLER-Ella Mae Rev. Abraham Perry officiating
and the founder of Elixson Wood Merricks, 96, of Lake Butler died Interment will follow in St. Johns
Products in Starke. Kenny enjoyed Sunday, Nov. 17, 2013 at Haven Cemtery. he family will receive
vacationing in the mountains of Hospice Center. A lifelong resident Cemetery. The family will receive
North Carolina when he was not of Lake Butler, she was a member friends Friday, at St. Johns from 5-
working. Kenny is precededin death of Hopewell Church of God by 7:00 p.m. and on Saturday one hour
by, his brothers,.Perry Richardson, Faith of Lake Butler. She also was before the service. Family members
Minton Richardson, Cecil a homemaker. will meet at the Church it 10:30
Richardson, Dillard Richardson, She is survived by sister, Sarah a.m. Remembering our "Baby Girl"
Roy Elixson, Flen Elixson, Steve Jane Holmes of Providence; two .
Elixsop and H.P. Elixson. granddaughters; eight great- dShannon Lynn DeBlock
Kenny is stirvived by: his grandchildren and five great-great- Edward Prokop November 12,1983-November 23,2010
loving wife of 56 years, Delorip grandchildren. WALDO-Edward "Mike" Thisyearyou would have been 30. I's so hard seeing all yr irlfrids
Elixson of Stark; his children, Funeral services will be held his r ou wo been 3. ts s had seei a your irfds
Karan (Andrew) Bryant and Kevin at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 22, Michal Prokop, 66, of Waldo died V getting marned, having babies, etc. But, we know you are so mu2n better
(Donna) Elixson, both of Starke; in the Hopewell Church of God at his home, Monday, Nov. 18,2013. V off not having to go through day to day issues like we do. Dad is having a. 40o
his sister, Carolyn (Bobby) Crosby; by Faith in Providence with Elder He was born in Czechoslovakia on really hard time this year, amongst other things (but you already know this)
his grandchildren, Jackie Bryant, Charlll McCastle Leon Hudson Eulogist conducting. May 28, 1947 to.the late Edward We decorated your grave in a pink high heel this year. You would be prou d.
Casey (Jaso) McRae, and Heather McCastle the service. Michal and Anna (Gmitrova) Life will neverbe the same, nor will we, but we are giving it our best shot
(Darren) Jackon; and his great- Interment will be held in St. Prokop and had also served in the We have so many happy memories with you which is what keeps us going
grandchildren, Chloe, Gracie, Charlil M Castle John Baptist Church Cemetery Czechoslovak People's Army. He I ue. Y be happy knw S s running with Uo and Stitch
Judson, Ella, Adyson, and Lakyn. LAKE TE ha Providence Arrange ments are quite well. She is one happy pug'. Untilwe meet again one day, we know 5
Funeral sevics we held on LAKE B Ed ene d Arraecn f Haie ne moved to Waldo seven years ago that God is definitely keeping His eye on you. Oh by the way. Dadwanted
Nov. 17 at Bayless Highway Baptist S ef McCastle, 17,asse aw Home Inc of Starke. Viewing will olmi s Hea s a etre this picture lour love,
Saturday No. 16, 2013 in the following 20 years of service with All our love,
Sset eral categories including sex, Act, and in many instances, Senator Geraldine Thompson o t .t0lhp.lL "b
"T E color, and religion. One category contradictory. While some and Representatimve Lori. ft man 2
Continued from ualnoticeably missing c urts Rrdr ha hile n anrea aonce a _~mva sove \
Continued rom4B from such beneficial protection remedies for-being victims of the legislation through the
protection againstdicrimination is pregnant mothers Feeral law discrimination, other courts legislative process. I encourage
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celebrates including this past legislative proposed legislation entitled the of being members of a specific
session, all such attempts have "Protect Our Women Act". This class be guaranteed protection
Christm as, failed. legislation would clarify state not only on a Federal level, but
The main issue preventing law by expressly including by Florida as well.
ann ive rsa r y the ameriding of the statute is pregnancy as a protected class in Mario Valle, Chair ,t
i the apparent ambiguity within the instance of discrimination, Florida Commission on
Dec. 2 Florida's Civil Rights Act. and would ensure women who Human Relations
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Union man the sheriff's office. By the time 92 Street after several people station in Lake Butler, exited the Clay deputies for conspiracy to Bradford deputies for an out-of-
the deputy arrived, Holder had witnessed Osten racing up and vehicle and had words with the manufacture mcthampbetinine. county warrant.
arrested for left the home. down the road. She then ent owner of the damaged vhide
ainto a ome's yard and spun before leaving the sore in his Sheyenne Davis, 28, of Christopher Lee Malone, 25,
J y incident donuts before crashing into a SUV. He was located later at the Keystone Heights was arrested of Lawtey was arrested Nov. 14
JulyBC woma fence. When the ho oner West Main St. Apartments and Nov. 14 by Clay deputies for by Starke police for larceny and
William Arthur Holder, 42. apted on ched Oseen aftr she arrested b a Union deputy. n pY o maeuftue probation violation.
of Worthington Springs was a e ted exited her crashd vehicle, she Coy Anthony Martin, 3. of
'arrested Nov. 13 in Calhoun 2 hit-and-run punched him in the face and Recent arrests David Ginn, 47. of Keystone Hampton was arrested Nov.
County on a warrant from Union from the scene. Heights was arrested Nov. 16 14 by Starke police for driving
County for kidnapping-false charges Bradford deputies eventually in Bradford, by Clay deputies for aggravated while license suspended or
imprisonment and battery. found Osteen at her residence, battery with a deadly weapon, revoked.
On July 26, Holder was accused Mindy MichelleOsteen,23,of and she was arrested for bttery Clay or Union disorderly intoxication and
of assaulting his girlfriend at the Graham was arrested Nov. 15 by and the two hit-and-run charges. indecent exposure. Therious O. McCloud, 32, of
Santa F mobile home park in Bradford deputies for two counts The following individuals were Starke was arrested Nov. 14 by
Worthington Springs. According of hit and run and for battery. UC man arrested recently by local law Bruce Guthrie, 50, of Melrose Starke police for trespassing.
to the incident report. Holder teen'schargescame from two enforcement officers in Bradford, was arrested Nov. 12 by Putnam
had been drinking, would not different incidents a week apart, charged with Union or Clay (Keysone Heights deputies for contempt of court. Kevin Lee Miller, 28, of
let the victim leave the home for According to the arrest report, area) counties: Brunswick, Ga., bas arrested
'severaL hours, threw her to the the first occurred Nov. 7 when iAl and runlison Suzanne Lord, 36, of Nov. 17 by Starke police for
grou several urshrewher e she first ocurred Nov. when it and run at Melrose was arrested Nov. 13 driving while license suspended
ground several times, squeezed she was driving on Southwest KeystoneMelrose by Putnam deputies for three or revoked.
her face hard while pinning her 92" Street near Graham with convenience John Bridges, 56, of Keystoe probation violations.
down, and shoved car keys in the her boyfriend, became upset s e Heights was arrested Nov. 14 by Jeremy Dylan Payne, 27, of
victim's mouth, cutting her lip and crashed into a fence when t Fe Clay deputies for conspiracy to Michael Moreland, 55, of Brooker was arrested Nov. 14 by
when he yanked them out and she lost control around a curve. PatriCk Roosevelt Stoutamire, manufacture methamphetamine. Keystone Heights was arrested Bradford deputies for probation
He also threatened to bum and could not be located later ov Uondehit lra Davis, 5 of stoe contempt of court.
the victim's vehicle and kept her when a Bradford deputy arrived. Nov. 16bynion ies forhi Heights was arrested Nov. 14 by Darron Michael Rutledge, 33,
phone away from her for several Damage to the fence wed and run and driving while license Clay deputies for conspiracy to Diana Piver, 43, of Melrose of Hawthorne was arrested Nov.
hours. Once the victim did get estimated at $800 by the owner. suspended or revoked. manufacture methamphetamine. was arrested Nov. 17 by Clay 15 by Bradford deputies for
her phone back, she called a On Nov. 15, Bradford deputies Stoutamire backed into a arke d Jeffery Davis, 33, of Keystone deputies for DUI. driving while license suspended
neighbor help,and they called were again called to Southwest vehicle at the Kangaro gas Heights wasarrested Nov. 14 by Joshua Rssell 20, of
Keystone Heights was arrested Ronald Eric Sawyer, 41, of
Nov. 14 by Clay deputies for Starke was arrested Nov. 17 by
failure to appear. Bradford deputies for battery.
STu roBradford David James Teixeira, 27,
Bmndon Michael Akins 20, of Starke was arrested Nov. 12
SkolgectM Ct - of Str k ichael Akins, 20, by Bradford deputies for three
18 by Badford deputies for counts of probation violation.
Cong rat Ot ons to contempt of court. Chad Evert Tyler, 38, of
SStarke was arrested Nov. 16 by
Isaiah Allen, 49, of Starke was Bradford deputies for driving
SK A T IEO arrested Nov. 16 by Bradford while license suspended ord
deputies for aggravated assault
e CL with a weapon, battery and vok.
S obstructing justice. 'Anthony Maynard Watson, 21,:
S" Ja uelne ole A sb of Starke was arrested Nov. 17
G O B B LE0a Jaqueline Niwle Andersb byStarkepoliceforbattery..
G O B B LEer Of 21,'of Orange Park was arrested by Starke polie for battery..
S Nov. 17 by Bradford deputies for Willie Laterrence Weaver,
A L L THE F Turk! re driving while license suspended 22, of Starke. was arrested
ALL THE Free Turkey! or revoked. Nov. 13 by Starke police for
David Byon Brauche, 25 of producing and marijuana, selling
N I 1 Davd Byon Brauchle, 25, 4 of marijuana, possession of cocaine
W I N I Starke was arrested Nov.14 by and selling cocaine.
S- .." Bradford deputies for battery.
-Jay L, 3 f Matthew Leon Wilkerson, 28,
Jay Leroy Burns, 37, 'ofof f aiford was arrested Nov.
Starke was arrested Nov. 12 by 17 by Bradford deputies for.
Bradford deputies for driving possession of marijuanaB.
Teal Tile Carpet One Berte Reddish &.White Jim Lawrence while license suspended .orr
Floor & Home Heating & Air 904-964-7555 Transportation, Inc. revked. Union
904-964T423 Conditioning Inc 1-888-919-8898 Cymrthita-S: Calrofi, r.46, of"' Two minors who are cousins.
352-331-2005 Starke wa s arrested Nov. 14 by from Lake Butler were arrested
Bradford deputies for larceny. Nov. 13 by Union deputies
S__for fighting with each other.
Jenny Lynn Clifton, 59, of The male minor was charged
Keystone Heights was arrested with battery; the female minor
Nov. 17 by Starke police for was charged with battery and,
Dr Gregory Allen Birth & Beyond The Tru Blu Pool driving under the influence. resisting an officer.
Dr Gregory Allen nBirth Beyond The. I 3 Tru Blu Pool
352-4738988 Grandin Family Downtown Grill 3864961057 Travis Dekon King Covington, William Jesse Clements, 23,
352-473-8988 Grandin Family Do ntown Grill 386-496-1057 27, of Starke was arrested Nov. of Lake City was arrested Nov.
Practice 904-964-9253 13 by Bradford deputies for 13 by Union deputies for failure'
driving while license suspended to appear.
386-659-2104 or revoked.
SThomas Robert Bruce, 28, of
Danielle M. Florence Darby, Lake Butler was arrested Nov.'
32. of Parkland was arrested 18 by Union deputies for battery.
Nov. 16by Bradford deputies for
homicide-negligent vehicular Jerry Alan Johnson, 39, of
Skip's Bradford Smith Bros Spires IGA manslaughter, two charges Lake Butler was arrested Nov.
Delicatessen and Pre-School Body Shop Inc 386-496-3361 of child neglect and reckless 13 by Union deputies for failure'
driving, to appear.
Specialty Shop 904-964-l4361 904-964-5267 'Napoleon Hillman, 43, of Two juvenile runaways-a
',386-496-3900 -Jacksonville was arrested Nov. female from Lake Butler and a
Se14 by Bradford deputies for two male from Tallahassee-were
counts of larceny. arrested Not. 13 by Union
deputies and charged with felony
Bryan's Ace Renard Jamar Hudson, 37, of vehicle theft.
The UNION LASTEEL Roberts Insurance .Hardware Lawtey was arrested Nov 18 by
Starke police for larceny. April Leigh Wimw, 32; of
SOffice Shop 386-496-0681 Starke 904-964-7826 Starke 904-9644642 Live Oak was arrested Nov. 16
SAhmad Rashawn Hudson, by Union deputies for probation
904-964-5764 Keystone 352-473-7209 Keystone 352473-4006 35, of Starke was arrested Nov. violation.
Melrose 352-475-2400 18 by Starke police for two
Lake Buter 386-496-3411 charges of possession of opium Mark Richard Ables, 50, of
Interlachen 386-684-2811 or derivative, two charges of Lake Butler was arrested Nov.
selling opium or derivative and -15 by Union deputies for an out-
two charges of public order of-county warrant.
crimes-using a two-way device
N. FL EQUIP Santa Fe Overhead Salon Soleil Moon Walk to commit a felony. Maurice Jones Griffin, 38, of
Gainesville was arrested Nov. 7
RENTAL Doors 904-966-2300 Entertainment Christian Devone Lee Kates, by Union deputies for probation
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8B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONTroR B SECTION THRSDAY, Nov. 21, U013
Colaw's big night helps keep
Lady Indians unbeaten in district
BY CLIFF SMELLEY Raychel Trimble, like Arzie, Cola% finished with three
Retional NewsSports Editor finished with two assists, while goals. while Crane and Trimble .
Hanna Crane and Dakota Puls each had two. Dixto had ito 1
gMadisn Colaw scored fiveghs each had one. assists, while Colaw. Crane.
goals for the Kestone eights In prior action the Indians Osteen. Scrader and Trimble
District 5-2A opponent Fort 2-1. Two Kelsey Moore goals to Gainesvill to pla district
White on Nov. 18. put the Blue Devils up 2-0 in opponent Eastside, with Colaw
Colaw was the only player the first half. Keystone avoided and Trimble each scoring a goal
who scored in the first half as the shutout when Julia Osteen in a 2-0 win.
the Indians (7-3, 7-0 in Distrct scored off a Trimble assist in the The teams played a scoreless
5) led 5-0 at the break. Her last 72' minute. first half, but Keystone finally
three goals came in a span of Colaw, Crane and Trimble got on the board when Trimble
approximately six minutes late scored all of the Indians' scred off of an assist from eystone Heights swept through the competition to win the Columbia Soccer
in the half. goals High wi n ove dstin gols' iaske te .
in the halfe goals in a 7-1 win over district Colaw in the 42" minute. Invitational. Pictured are: (front, I-r) Jaun Grimaldo, Zach Holman, (middle, I-r) Karl
Haley Artie who had assis opponent Interlachen on Nov. 14 Colaw added a goal in the Dionisi, Nacho Grimaldo, Wyatt Graziano, Eric Wood, Brandon Hannah, Ray Trimble,
on tfi or Cst aw's goalso scored in Interlachen. It was just a 2-1 final six minutes.
the first goal of the second half match until the final 20 minutes, The Indians travel to Alach Zach Hawkins, coach Trevor Waters, (back, -r) coach Branden Waters, manager
while. Christina Schrader and when Colaw scored three goals to pla- district opponent Santa Nina Horton, Craig Graf, Luke Dennis, Cory Hedding, Dylan Beard, Ben Jones, Zach
Caroline Dixoneach had a goal and Crane and Trimble each Fe on Friday, Nov., at 5 p.m. Fairbanks, Shaw Fuller and Jonathan Valdejull. Not pictured: Michael Carroll and
to cap the scoring. scored one. Grant McGee.
Davis, Kemp The Indians already trailedby Lady Tigers Hedding gets 4 goals in
Davis, Kem p 13 despite getting a combined
lead BHS girls 14 points from Alexa Born and drop season's oys
lead B il Sierra Moore in the first half. sasns Keystone boys' 90 district win
to big win Keystone was held scoreless st 2 games
in the third quarter as the Blue Indians' week includes Hedding had two assists, while the second.
BY CLIFF SMELLEY Wave built a 60-23 lead. BY CLIFF SMELLEY Zach Fairbanks, Nacho Grimaldo On Nov. 16, Graziano scored
Reional News/Sports Editor Moore, who was 5-of-7 from Regional News/Sports Editor 3 shutouts to win and Jonathan Valdejuli each had three goals in the first minute as
the foul line, scored a team- Clsb t n te one. Keystone defeated St. Francis 8-0.
NyasiaDavisandTracey Kemp high eight points, while Born, Visiting Hawthorne outsored In prior action, the Indians Hol d ialdasted
combined to score 51 points in a who helped Keystone's cause the Union County High School traveled to play district opponent on Graziano's first two goals,
68-25 win for the Bradford High with five defensive rebounds in girls' basketball team 38-10 in BY CLIFF SMELLEY Interlachen on Nov. 14, scoring while the second was off of a
School girls' basketball team the first half, finished with six the first half en route to handing Regional News/Sports Editor six first-half goals en rute to an penalty kick.
over visiting Middleburg on Nov. points. Caroline McCormik the Tigers a 51-21 loss on Nov. Cory Hedding scored four 8-0 win. Hannah scored two goals-
s13. also had six oin hil 14 goals, while Wyatt Graziano Graziano scored twice in the both headers of corner kicks by
avis also grabbed a team- Gonzales, d ix p oit, hi orCain The Tigers (0-2) were led in had four assists in leading the first half and finished with three Grimaldo,
high ninerebounds, while Kemp Bail Zinkel each had two scoring by Keyambre Cobb, who Keystone Heights High School goals, while Hedding had two Hedding had two goals as well,
led the team with 10assists. aey e ea ad oe had nie points to go alng with boys' soccer team to a 9-0 District goals. Fairbanks, Grimaldo and with Graziano assisting on both.
Mackenzie Gault scored 10 points. Karla Casas added one five steals and two assistsJanisha 5-2A win over Fort White on Nov. Craig Graff each had one goal. Graziano tallied a third assist on
points, while Keshanna Ardley point. Jones, who had four points, also 18 in Fort White. Grimaldo led the team with a goal by Jones.
and Faith Anderson each scored Keystone has had a rough start had five steals, while Qushawn Th Indians (6-1-1, 4-0 in three assists, while Fairbanks The Indians claimed the
four. to the season, which has included Smith had six points and eight District 5) scored three goals in and Zach Hawkins each had two. championship with a 5-0 win
Bradford will travel to play 54-30 and 64-16 losses to Class rebounds. Nancy Slocum added the first 10 minutes. Ben Jones Graziano had one assist. over Suwannee in which Hannah
Middleburg on Thursday, Nov. 5A Clay and Class 6A Nease, two points. had the first, followed by two On Nov. 15-16, the Indians scored two goals-both headers
21, at 7:30 p.m. On Friday, Nov. respectively. Union opened the season with straight by Hedding. participated in the Columbia of corner kicks by Grimaldo.
22, the Tornadoes host District Zinkel led the Indians against a 54-40 loss to Baker County By the time the first half was Invitational, with goalie Eric Hawkins, Hedding and Jones
5-4A opponent Santa Fe at 7:30 Clay with seven 'oirits, while on Nov. 12 in Lake Butler. at its midway point, Keystone Wood shutting out all three each scored one goal, with
p.m. Bradford then hosts district McCormick* and Born had six Cobb poured in 17 points, while was up 6-0 with goals from opponentsKeystonefaced en route Dionisi, Fairbanks and Dylan
opponents Baker County on and five, respectively. Gonzales Slocum and Madison McClellan Graziano, Brandon Hannah and to winning the championship. Beard each recording an assist.
Monday, Nov. 25, at 6 p.m. and had four points, with Casasr had seven and six, respectively. Karl Dionisi. In fact, the Indians Zach Holman had two assists Keystone was scheduled to
P.K. Yonge on Tuesday, Nov. 26, and Moore each scoring three. Jones and Michelle Johnson each needed just the first half in this in Keystone's first tournament travel to play Ponte Vedra, on
at 730 p.m. Meadow Parks added two points. scored four points, while Smith one, with Hedding adding goals match on Nov. 15, a 2-1 win over Wednesday, Nov. 20, at 6:30 p.m.
Against Nease, Moore had had two. seven and eight in the 26't and 28'h Eistside, which is also a district before traveling to Alachua to
gir five points, while Born and The Tigers host Trenton on minutes and Jones scoring the last opponent. Fairbanks scored the take on district opponent Santa Fe
KHHS g rls McCormick each had four. Saturday Nov. 23,at6 p.m. in the 39'" minute. first goal, while Hawkins scored on Friday, Nov. 22, at 7 pmn.
lose district Gonzales added three points.
Keystone will travel to play
opener Englewood on Friday, Nov. 22, I,.EWIS WALKEER RIOOFING i INC .
at 7 p.m. The Indians will host s W ALK R p
BY CLIFF SMELLEY a Turkey Shootout on Monday,
Nov. 25, and Tuesday, Nov. 26.
Regional News/Sports Editor UnWivesity Christian and Yulee b l elltb esBBS a c Dl.-Bc a ruii u fi u-6
Visiting P.K. Yonge took will play each other at 5!30 p.m. 4 ian.eMw eosdPiAriM "nB
advantage of 12 third-quarter on Nov. 25, followed by Keystone
turnovers as a double-digit game taking on Menendez at 7 p.m. Roof Leaks Re-Roofs Shingles Metal
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J Uo IkL.EGK~-Ht, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION THLRIDAI, .\NU. 21, 2013
The HCA flag football two long touchdown runs from
team consists of: (front, D IX IE C. Spiller and a stellar second-
I-r) ElU Hanson, Bradley half outing from their defense in
'. Henderson, T.J. Carpenter, Continued from 18 a 20-14 %in o% er the Bears.
SBryce Frampton, Preston The Bears actuall\ oulgained
De ark Mason W ht, and poins for Dixie). the Tiers 29-26 and led
S3 Jessi -sn MSeth Rowland, Nick Orona, beteen this Frida\'s ame and managed just 72 rds and three
-4 3 gam "
n Joe rHunter Cornwall, Timmy travel to Cross Cit for a pla\off Spiller, ~h had a 76-anlr
r Searle, Luke Stanwtx-Hay, game. In 2003, Dixie defeated touchdo n run in the first half,
c coach Ronnie Hall, Sawyer, Union in the regular season, scored one of the Tigers' two
Maxwell, Lane Murphy, %on the district championship third-quarter touchLdok ns on a
Walker, Logan Miller, John second in the state-all of hich Green scored hat ould be the
David Schenck, Jordan is the same this \ear. -game winner on a 37-yard run.
Dauhterty and Jacob Dixie defeated Union 18-10 in Union, which w-as coached
u terty and Jacoture: their regular-season matchup in by Buddy Nobles that year.
Boyette. Not pictured: 2003. However when the teams would go on to play for the
Blane Workman. Photo met in the second round of that state championship. finishing
by Brenda Thornton year's regional playoffs, the as runner-up after a 21-6 loss to
Photography. Tigers turned the tables, getting Pahokee.
IG R S kind, though more methodically,
TIG E R gaining first down after first
Continued from 18 down after first down, and
was aided b\ a holding penalty
ianswered with great runs by against the Tigers. The Raiders
Lillie, Edwards and Isaiah got down to Union County's
Johnson. Cox tossed a 15-yarder 1-yard line, and then scored to
S30 to Johnson for a touchdown. F ou r back-to-back en28-
C8 7Dhi aim BFour back-to-back pefnanies
After a fake extra-point attempt
Crescent City tried to score CoBut to hat didn't keep Unionks
Austin Dukes, Ke Gaoway and Crescent City's -ard line,
Joseph Merriex kept pressure on Edwards leaped over the top for
Afterr the Raiders, who couldn't move
after crossing midfield, thanks a touchdon, and a very low but
to a tackle insuccessful extr int put the
The Hope Christian Academy tackle football team consists of: (front, I-r) coach Bob Wright, Johnny Ray Gibson, to a tackle n the backfield and Tigers up 3-13 at th 4:37 mark
pressure on their receiver.
Tevln Smith, Jessie Gibson, Matt Adams, Ethan Cornwall, Kade Wright, Blake Sanders, (back, I-r) coach Nick But the Union County offense of the third quarter.
Tomlinson, Joe Moore, Tevin Frazer, Jerry Atteberry, Bobby Atteberry, Johnnle Daugherty, Ryan Silcox, Nick did not look good in the last two "You go like that, you avoid all
Thornton, "AquaMan" T. J. Easom, Dylan Ford and coach Dave Schenck. Not pictured: Trevor Workman and minutes of the half. Cox had that contact' Idwards said. "I
coaches Lonnle Davis, John Mitchell, Tony Bellis and Aaron Morgan. Photo by Brenda Thornton Photography. one ball bounce off the chest of leaDn the rmanr o he
Zach Lee and then got sacked During the remainder of the
S ,tw overcom ing injuries, d.n n success owns later. He was then quarter, the Raiders got several
intercepted, but quick-thinking first downs, but could not get
Green popped the ball out of into the red z one, thanks to
Hope Christian Academy's and therefore play older boys. tackle football ended Nov. 1 with for a few games, but were able the Raider defender's hands. thre effortnes of Union County's. A
tackle and flag football teams Still, the team played well a 50-46 win over Clearwater's to returnlate in the season. However, the ball flew 25 yards fourth-down pass attempt was
experienced a number of injuries enough to earn a spot in the Countryside Christian Academy. "Having to overcome injuries and skidded out of bounds otin pe teTws
thisyear, but that didn't prevent Nov. 1-2 Southeastern Christian There was a number of injuries did take itstoll onourteam," said before Cox, in spite of diving The playmaoers for the Tigers
them from ending their seasons Conferenceplayoffs-in Georgia. during the season, beginning Dave Schenck, who coached the for the ball and sliding out of Thdrive plto start thers four th quartTiger
with wins, with the flag football "They played hard against with the first away game in team with Lonnie Davis, Bob bounds with it, could land on it were Johnson and Darian
team also earning a spot in the more varsity age teams and were Tampa when starter Dylan Ford Wright, Nick Tomlinson, John for a recovery. Robinson, who ran the ball in
playoffs. still able to manage fourth place took a late hit to his knee and Mitchell,Tony Bellis and Aaron It was entertaining, at least. from Crescent City's 4-yard lin
Since HCA now has a tackle overall in the district within the was out for the rest of the season. Morgan, "but overall the boys That put Crescent City on the from Crescent Citigers up 41-13 aftrd lier a
football team for grades 9-12, SECC," said Gary Walker, HCA Right guard Trevor Workman played a decent season. I wish Tigers' 25-yard line. The Raiders failed extra-point 41-13 a fte r ampt.
the flag football team (grades athletic director and assistant was hospitalized for a week with it could have been better for the got down to the 4- and then the After the xtra-poe, int attempt. ad
5-8) played a more challenging principal who coached the team an illness unrelated to football seniors to go to (the) playoffs, 2-yard line. However, the Union coach Ronny Pruitt looked
schedule against some schools with Ronnie Hall. and played only three games. (but we're) looking forward to a defense'held, and time was on. toward the matchup with Dixie
that do not have tackle teams The inaugural season for HCA Several more starters were out fresh start in the spring." the Tigers' side as the clock ran Count talking of the Bears'
themTA D R ON fdown in the first half, keeping County, talking of the Bears'
wit ,ith" t fo ll ae tthe score at 21-6. 30-12 win over the Tigers during
tm ao en AO st The Tigers were saved by the the regular season.
Family Law & Wil Preparation Thingsdidn't look good for ours: It's respect' Pruitt said.
M aRAeT nAll n the diEstRStwOn t s h t he Mh bo hatl putoCresen t City on bze "ThmCey'e gt someithin ardof
0 yeas experienc Union County to open the second "WThe playeroins seto gemted ready
g rincipa eee il half when a kickoff return put The players seemed ready
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adford & Union counties an C ring a Solid 25-yard run by Edwr "There are no niore excuses.
Badfrd&sLand Cleang Concrete Fines and an explosive 70-yard run by They beat us" Pruitt said. "So
.1011 N. Temple Ave. Starke. FL Fish Ponds Fill Dirt Green to put the ball in the end They beat us:' Pruitt said. So
(US 301 North) and much morel Top Soil zone. Suddenly, the Tigers were if we've gwanot it. They're no t going it
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