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USPS 648-200 LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA THURSDAY, NOV. 28, 2013 101s YEAR 31s1 ISSUE 75 CENTS



Entrepreneur's venture, PeerFly, takes top honors

Lake Butler native Chad French started company in 2009
BY VINCENT ALEX BROWN PeerFly's success. the travel site owned by Priceline. Twice in a row, the company
Times Editor Founded in January 2009, You've probably seen their has been named theoNo. I affiliate
PeerFly has built a worldwide humorous commercials." marketing network in the world by..
Earlier this month, PeerFly, clientele of over 51,500 affiliates French's company recently the Performance Marketing Insider.
Inc. was named the Overall in less than five years, providing launched PeerFly Services, PeerFlyhad8,500activeaffiliates
Small Business of the Year by affiliate marketing services offering website development, in November, an industry high.
the Gainesville Area Chamber of to websites in 182 countries social media integration, new "I started PeerFly four and a
Commerce. and territories-anything from user acquisition, graphic design half years ago in our two-bedroom
In accepting the honor at the dating sites to car insurance, and branding items. apartment:' French told those at
Chamber's Business of the Year "So far, in November, we've The company had $700,000 the Chamber's awards banquet, as
Awards on Nov. 6, Lake Butler delivered new customers and in revenue in its first year and reported in The Gainesville Sun.-
At the United Nations: (L-r) Sheena Undahl (Empact 100 native Chad French, and founder sales to 126 clients from all over now brings in millions of dollars. "I was unemployed and on welfare.
Partner), Kay Koplovitz (Founder of USA Networks, Syfy),' and CEO of the Alachua-based the world," French said. -"Our PeerFly has generated around Now we're internationally known
Chad French (President/CEO, PeerFly, Inc.), Lawton Ursrey affiliate marketing company, most recent and most successful $70-100 million in sales 'for
(SageOne.com Executive), Sarah Green (Empact 100 Partner). credited his employees with client is Booking.com. They're clients since its founding. See FRENCH, 2A


Excitement surrounds

this year's UCHS girls'

weightlifting team

BY CLIFF SMELLEY Findley said, admitting she was,
Regional News/Sports Editor aiming to break 12 records.
Griffis, who was unable to
Bryan Griffis is, excited about attend the regional championshiq
this year's girls' weightlifting team meet with Findley, said Findley is
at Union County High School. definitely capable of doing a lot
Sure, any coach might be happy better. He said some things threw
with a team that consists, of a pair her off, such as unknowingly
of returners inJessicaBrown,who lifting more weight during her
qualified for the state finals last warm-ups and having different
season, and Kaylee Findley,'who people spot for her.
has madequite a mark for herself Come December, which is
recently in powerlifting evehts. when the next powerlifting event
This year's team, though, has the is, Griffis believes Findley will.
potential for more than two lifters have a much better outing.
(L-r) LBMS Beta Club members Taylor Beatty, Michaila Kennedy and Tori Wilkins. to havestandout seasons. "I expect her-to break every
"I've got more girls who are reCord around' Griffis said.
Sstrong who will compete this Over the summer, Findley
yeaf. G hhad"riffis sad.huh the 16 -yper old diVisio
said. "I doti'ji usthve o ae or two in the U Powerifting Centra
u ,l.,who are way above everybody FloridaOpenChampionshipsAnd
r eelse. I've got five or six like that." the Raw/Unequipped National
d Plus, Griffis is allowed to use Powerlifting Championships,
middle school students this year., establishing several new records.
which will bring the team to more Griffis said by virtue of her
o nat to o d p ary than 30 members and help the accomplishments, Findleyis a
Tigers be better able to win meets good teacher for the rest of her
as a team due to being able to place teammates.
Wednes B et Clud colle 1 2n i" lifters in more weight classes. "It shows them what they can
LBMS Beta Club collects1,200 items, "This year, I hope to be able do," Griffis said. "Now, I have
llto compete because I can get two or three girls who want to
iibrary and RMCaalso contr bute* girls in the lower weight classes"' compete in powerlifting, too."
Griffis said. Though the types of lifts
ALEXBROWNAsk some of the team are different in powerlifting as
BY VINCENT ALEXBROWN members, and they will tell compared to what is done in high
Times Editor you they believe Union -will be school, Griffissaid powerlifting
The Lake Butler Middle School Beta Club defined by .more than numbers will help Findley during the high
collected -over 1,200 items of food for local this year. When asked about the school season.
families and the Union County Food Paptry from program reaching a point where "It's going to make you
their food drive that ended on Friday, Nov. 22. it sends more than one or two stronger all over:" Griffis said.
First period classrooms had a competition lifters to state, Brown replied that Findley, though, said what
regarding who could collect the most food. maybe that day is already here. some people don't understand is
Christine Griffis' class collected over 300 items. "This year's team is way that weightlifting is about more
They will be treatedtoaHardee's biscuit Tuesday, bigger than last year, so maybe than just physical strength-one
Dec. 3, for all of their hardw ork. this year can be the year where has to be mentally strong as well.
The school thanks everyone for their donations, we have more girls go to state;" "It's how hard you push
"The biggest winner is our community!" Brown said. yourself and how bad you want
said Allyson Beatty, LBMS teacher and Beta Findley said there are a lot of it," Findley said.
Club sponsor. strong girls on the team, so she Griffis sees the right kind of
The Union County Public Library also likes what she sees.
donated items. s "We've got some good girls See. UCHS, 2A
And the Departm'ent of Corrections here," Findley said. "I wish we
Reception and Medical Center provided 10 could've gotten them started
turkeys, which the food pantry is preparing Union County Food Pantry volunteer Joe Riggins holds up some earlier in (weightlifting)." Kaylee Findley shows
to give to local families as part of a complete of the items from the LBMS Beta Club food drive, here covering Members of the team certainly off three trophies and an
meal basket for each. the table. Volunteer Ron Bostickis in the background and his wife have a couple of lifters to look armful (or two) of medals
These efforts enable the food pantry to help Sandy is In the fdreground cataloging the food, up to in Findley and Brown. she earned at three
feed local residents in need, especially during 'Findley recently competed in the powerlifting competitions.
the cold winter months. USA Powerlifting Southeastern Most recently, she won
The food pantry is open every Monday, L USA Regional Championships, gold medals in 12 divisions
Wednesday and Friday from 8 a.m. to noon. It where she won the gold medal and broke seven records
is located at 125 E. Main St. in Lake Butler, in in 12 divisions and broke seven at the USA Powerlifting
the same building as Roberts Insurance and the records-and thatwas a bad day. Southeastern USA
Union County Times. Donations can be dropped "It wasn't my best meet at all," Regional Championships.-
off at those offices anytime they are open.
Families arid individuals with needs after
hours can contact Henry or Catherine Filer
at 386-496-2483, or Ron or Sandy Bostick at
386-496-1988.






ABOVE: Union County Fobd Pantry volunteers Henry Filer and Ron
Bostick unload the produce and bread they receive every Monday
morning. LEFT: Henry's wife, Catherine, bat.food for a young family.


DEADLIfqE MONDAY 5 ?.M. BEFORE PUBLICATION PHONE 386-496-2261 FAX 386-496-2858 I
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2A UNION COUNTY TIMES TtURSDAY, Nov. 28, 2013 -

S FRiE N 2008 and living on his part of the
H FR E N C proceeds, French started talking
..W S Continued from 1A to industry experts in the affiliate
O NIN marketing world. Originally, he
N OTI N and getting awards, so thank you." had plans of building a platform -
"__ .....to.er_ year, French said of his employees, and leasing it to marketers but ,
"Every one of them is a huge had a change of heart after he dug P
Santa Claus Is conhing asset to the companyW deeper and found out he wanted to
to Ralford, Nov., 301 PeerFly was also named one create his own. PeerFly was born
'aSl at for ba a nof the top 30 startups to watch a year later.
Join Santa for breakfast by Entrepreneuco and one of French's first employee was The 2013-14 UCHS girls' weightlifting team (alphabetical order): D'Mya Azcarate, Jessica
on Saturday, Nov. 30, from the top 100 fastest growing ad Corey Englaender, hired a month Brown, Kristen Cook, Yvonne Edwards, Kaylee Findley, Anazieona Fulston, Taylor
8 to I a.m. at the Raiford agencies by The Agency Post. after starting the company- Gainey, Kayla Geraghty, Ja'kla Green, Kenya Hendrleth, Latavia Jackson, Latia Jackson,
Community Center. The In October last year, French someone he had worked with on Lily Jackson, MIa Jackson, Coral Leffew, Halle Lilliston, Brandi McCoy, Breanna
menu will be $3 for children, was one of four North Central another venture. McCurry, Latlyah McDonald, Kasie Murphy, Amber Nelson, Chesney O'Hern, Kinsey .
$5 fr adults, and includes a Florida company founders who Thatsame year Frenchhired two O'Hern, Kayla Osborne, Kenyatta Perry, Aiya Perry, Courtney Personette, McKenzie
full country breakfast, were honored at the White House other founding employees: Travis Plicher, Savannah Redding, Kaiden Romrell, Tiffani Williamson and Karr Woodard.
Santa will read a book to for being among the top 100 Glenn and Luke Kling. Glenn
the children and will entrepreneurs under the age of was part of previous business and possibly going to state. "' know championship.
each child a 30-French, 28, along with the a childhood friend. Kling came I'm going to make it to state. It's "I'm kind of nervous about it,"
opportunities will also be three founders and 96 other people from a competitor and approached Continued from 1A all about dedication." Cook said. "This will be my first
available. And two bikes will on the Empactl00 list, made up French when he saw the potential Success in the weight room time competing. My sister won't*.
be given away. Adults without of those 30 or younger making of PeerPly's platform. mental commitment by Brown, 'breeds confidence. Amber be down here to help me out."
children are also welcome. $100,000 or more in revenues. Kling was recognized as the who competed in the state finals Nelson can attest to that, saying Samantha Cook is now int -
This fundraiser Is Even though he didn't get to No. 1 affiliate manager across the last season. her self-confidence increased Ohio at Defiance University
sponsored by the Town of meet President Barack Obama, industry in 2012 by Performance "She's ready to try to win," while participating as a first- thoughKristen Cook said big!
Raiford and all proceeds go he did receive "an awesome- Marketing Insider, ranked by Griffis said. "That's what I year lifter last year. However, sis still gives her plenty of long"
to the Raiford Building Fund tour the White House" and met thousands of affiliate votes. expect out of her." it's not just individual success distance advice.
-members of the president's All three areUstill with PeerFf. Brown was one of two lifters that leads to such confidence. In the end, though, Kristen
LB Christmas parade cabinet and the U.S. Chamber of Besides running his successful from Union to qualify for state It's also the support each lifter Cook said it'snot about following
Is Dec. 14, must apply Commerce. A few months later and growing company, French last season. (Marcia Fletcher has from her teammates. in her sister's footsteps-it'^
The theme for this French received a signed letter travels. around the country with was the other.) She said it was "We encourage each other," about making her own mark.
year's annual ity of Lake from the president along with the "Extreme Entrepreneurship a funexperience, and she looks Nelson said. "We think that we "Everybody is trying to pusli-!
ButlerChristmas parade is, a photo from him-items the Tour," speaking at colleges about forward to going back and can't get (a certain lift). Then me to do what Sam has done,"e
"Christmas in Paradise." young entrepreneur cherishes. how entrepreneurship is a viable earning a medal this season. somebody like Kaylee tells us to she said, "but I'm going to try to
The parade will start at Empact, a company that career option. However, in talking to Brown, get the weight." make my own footsteps."
6 p.m. on Saturday,Dec. 14. focuses on early support of He recently spoke at Eastern one would conclude a trip to A lof of. the lifters go to Griffis likes what he has oees~
For those wanting to entrepreneurship, and Startup Florida State College in front of state isn't just about her-it's church together, Geraghty said. out of Cook so far.
participate, an application America Partnership, a network about 550 students. about how it impacts other That and the time they spend "Iexpect herto do something,'
is available for download and resource facility, put out the- The title of his speech is, "If students at the UCHS. together in the weight room has he said. "I don't know exactlo
at the city's webs.ite first list in 2011. That year, there you can't, you must." "Since Marcia and I went created a special bond. What weight class I'm going to.
www.cltyoflakebutier.org. were six startups from Florida, "The speech is on my own to state, I think more girls "It feels like family" have her in yet, but she is strong,.
most from South Florida. This personal 'entrepreneurial story are looking at weightlifting," Geraghty said. "I love it." Her clean's good, and her benchl.
WS Christmas In the past year, there are seven-and and journey," French said. '"If Brown said. "You don't have to A new member of the family is good. I expect her to compete"
Park, Dec. 14 more than half were from North you can't, you must' is all about be like a guy to do it. You can is Kristen Cook, but she is no to go to state."
Central Florida. not giving up even through be just any type of girl and do stranger to weightlifting. Even Griffis places some pretty high,
This year, PeerFly made the failure and hard times." weightlifting." though she did not compete as expectations on the team overall,.
ahostilg "Christmias i th Empactl00 list again. This time, He speaks from experience, Brown added: "It's not just a freshman at Bradford High but that's OK with Geraghty.
Park" on Saturday, Dec 14 however, only three people in but has learned that it all pays off important for me to go to state; School last year, she watched a "It pushes you to work ha'der"'
from 9 a.m, to 5 p.m It wil Florida made it and French is as his latest venture soars to new it's to encourage the young girls lot of weightlifting'as her older she said. "If someone's not on-
be a fun time for children the only one in Alachua county heights. that they can do it, too." sister, Samantha Cook, went on your back, you're not going to.
with bJounc houses and or the area. Theother two are in And his family agrees. Kayla Geraghty is one of those to Win her second straight state keep coming to the gyrim."
letters to Santa. It will also Tampa and Tallahassee. He and wife, Corinna, now young lifters,, but she doesn't
felature an arts and crafts Last month, winners were reside in Alachua with their three sound like she needs much
show for the adults recognized at the United Nations children: Logan, 9, and Ava, 5, encouragement. She began
For info, call 36-496-2689. in New York and given a chance and Koa, 7 months. lifting weights approximately six
I to rub elbows with some big- French and his wife met at months ago, and her bench press
ILBH Christmas Ename entrepreneurs such as First Christian Church of Lake starting out was 105 pounds, N Arg tin B h &
Extravaganza, Dec 20 Kay Koplovitz, founder of USA Butler and started dating, broke which impressed the other lifters.
The 6th Annual Christma's Networks and Syfy (originally up, and then were reacquainted at Now, Geraghty is doing C m o B m Fi
xtiravaganza at Lake jButer the Sci-Fi Channel), and .the Christ Central Lake Butler seven 150-155 on the bench. She's
Hospital is on Friday, Dec. first woman to s.rve as network years later, when French was 22. not only aiming to get that up t c S 1 re minimum.
20, from 6:00 to 8:30 pm president in television history. At that time hIe had a two-year- to. 185-190, but aiming to lift
Register to n over 30 door Each year, Empact sorts old son and was divorced and beyond the regular season. C s a
prizes including four grand through thousands of companies unemployed. "Heck, yeah'" Geraghty said S S s 38 -55-
pes. All kids ages 10 a and selects the top 100 "I was carrying a lot of when asked if she thinks about
Sand Companies with, founders 30 baggage (had a two-year-old son,
smal gift from Santa. Take years old or younger. There divorced, unemployed) but she .. ..i". j i
pictures with antafor $5,plus are certain criteria that have to was able to see past all that and ...... .
play carnival games, craft be met by each company to be give me a chance. Glad she did!" /
train ride, cupcake walk eligible; overall revenue and French said. "We got married in
entertainment and mor. growth from the previous year Hawaii on May 23rd, 2009, over
For more information or to are factors. They also look, at two years after we started dating ,/ j/ /
be a sponsor, call 386-496 the difference that company has again"-and five months after
2made to the business community starting PeerFly.
S. and the economy. If any student thinks they can -br
The company's blog stated: "We just dropout and find the kind of / to
Angels" forch rn 1believe this recognition will benefit success French has., he advises /
our valued clients and publishers against it. 1/
GPC Missions (Gi as PeerFly, Inc. continues to grow; "Students are in a much better
Peace to Children) i n positively representing our network position than, I was and look
loc-al "Guardian A s o and the affiliate marketing industry where Lam new! In other words,
lp Union Counas a whole." if I can do it with no education,
all ages eceive at least After dropping out of Lake they should have an even easier '
the gifts on their wish it h Butler Middle School in 8th time," French said. "I got.where
yea grade, French tried to make it I am with no school but it was
The families selected through homrneschooling and extremely hard. I spent my teen
affordChristmas forthem. college but didn't have much years learning how to program ',
dIy is also luck. So he taught himself and designing websites instead of -
donationsofwinterothes everything, including computer having a social life, except for the
and used). Call for size programming and coding. friends I had at church. So, I was
anddiapers for thelittleos French's business sense started still educated, just not in a school
C0all o- ttSue C Din middle school with a sign and not on the same subjects.
86984Y6072orem1a1ilW hr a business. He and a friend would "But, staying in school
_a3g lm Le go around asking others if they will give you many more
o btGPC~i ssist~ would like their names 'written opportunities and resources."
wwwi artistically for a fee. Learn more about PeerFly at
After selling another business in www.peerfly.com.










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THURSDAY, Nov. 28, 2013 UNION COUNTY TIMES 3A




Lake Butler Elementary School "Perfect A" Honor Roll Second Grade















(Top row, I-r) Kadence Adams, Abigail Gainey, Taliyah Harper, Noelle Lindsey, Colby (Top row, I-r) Jewel Dekle, Grant Dicks, Karli Jenkins, Lily Neal, Patricio Perez, Brody
Peacock, Carter Roberts, Sawyer Roberts, Erich Seager and Kody Stalnaker. (Front Smith, KeAndre Stephens and Jack Henry Whitehead. (Front row, 1-r) Kyler Barnett,
row, I-r) Dawson Crews, Kadence Hawkins, Kersey McSpadden, Jason Thomas, Cailynn Boggs, Landen Gibson, Hayden Holton, Konnor Rossiter and Tucker Parrish.
Kearstin Chavis, Vivien Coldiron and Sheila Thompson. Not pictured is Kayley Tomlinson and Brooklyn Prescott.















(Top row, I-r) Kayll Carlisle, Tanner Connell, Jordan Hendricks, Kiera Hunter, Rylie Top row, I-r) Kora Jones, Klaryssa Kennington, Heinrich Smith, Kylee Williams and
Parrish and Baler Waters. (Front row, I-r) Jacob Alford, Miranda Beard, Ashden Lilly Young. (Front row, I-r) Lyndee Griffis, Alexus Panozzo and D.J. Castleberry.
Johnson, Gracy Parrish and Kameran Paytee.


UC, thank you UCI honors vets at ceremony eall awarded for service
Or honoring Union Correctional Institution's the contemporary gospel, band Special speaker for the cer-
veteran inmates were recognizeo performed "I Can Only Imagine." emony was Gary Neuman, a
terans for their service to their country in A special presentation was 20-year U.S. Navy veteran who
a ceremony held Nov. 14. made to George Porter, one of served on seven Destroyers
The 2013 Veterans Day An inmate honor guard posted the oldest inmate veterans at UCI. during his career and also served
remony and Parade are two the colors and participated in a He served in the U.S. Army from tw6 tours inVietnam. He is. cur-
ents that show Union County's wreath-laying ceremony that hon- 1949 to 1953, received a Phrple rently president and founder of
c mitment to patriotism. ored all branches of the US. mil- Heart with Oak Leaf Cluster, the Vietnam Veterans of America
leTh fiist Veterans Day itary. The "Armed Forces Med- Korean Service Medal with Sil- Chapter #1059 in Middleburg
Sony that I can recall in ley" was sung by.the crowd and ver Star and the Combat Infantry and is the sponsor and mentor
SCounty occurred on of Incarcerated VVA Chapter
ex11; 1996, and the first #1080 t UCI.
emorial Day Ceremony was Neuman spoke to the inmates
held on May 27, 1996. J i regarding the significance of
PSince l996 Union County has Veterans. I also want to thank ur A sa parade particiLant this Vet eras :ay and -.ther impor
honored veterans every year. on Union County School Boadforye'fF ald"the pleasure to f ogzgthe service
Memorial Day and Veterans Day. having the foresight to support watch all the Union County of those who, have risked their
I wupt to thank Union County otr Memorial Days and Veterans school children. They seemed lives for their countrymen.
for their commitment to all Days for the past 17 years. to really enjoy the parade and "We should be thankful for
will hol2efully perpetuate the those who fought so hard to pre-
patriotism for the remaitlder of serve our freedom," said Neu-
W ould Any W ood Do? their lives. When I -witnessed man. "For that reason, we have
In Genesish 6, God tells Noah to make preparationsl for the ite 195reeney anUo n ide ar den t ean ndrews also
flood'by building an ark of gopherwood" (Genesis 6:14). God recommended the serviceof the
clappig and screamintg, I knew c th service o the
neer madea statement. to Noah about using other types of that we were doinig the right veteran inmates.
wood. S6 the command clearly taught Noah anything besides th ng
gopherwnod would be unacceptable. Today, this principle helps My compliments to the
us understand hat God would have us do to please Him. For outstanding teachers for TOP LEFT: An.honor guard
example, today God expects Christians to be "singing and maintaining control and to all posted the colors during
makingh melody in your heart to the Lord" (Ephesians 5:19). the teachers and' admi nistrators the ceremony. (L-r) William
When God tells us what type of music to offer Him, He instructs that make our Union County the Haake, Steven Witchel,
us to sing. Nowhere in the New Testamentdid God say a word best place to live in the entire Johnnie Brown, Allen
:about His people playing music in worship to Him. While He world' Brinkman and Roy Birch.
did nhot come out and specifically say "do not play," the fact He Tedn Barber, a thankful
only commands singing forbid laying. Just like the coman andproud veteran LEFT: George Porter (left) is
one of UCr's oldest veteran
to build an ark ofgopherwood forbids all other types of wood. tma. o r tt C resone ve
ABOVE: The first Veterans Officer Bobby Greene,
Danville Church of Christ Day Ceremony in Union himself a veteran, presented
flood-'bybuilding "anvarkhofoherwoist).Go d stNo. 11, 1996: Pastor Ralph
Church, Herman Hodges, veteran of the U.S. Marine
Bible Study at 9:00 AM on Sun and 7:30 PM on Wed Jack Whitehead and Ted Corps, carried the wreath
Worship at 10:00 AM and 5:00 PM on Sunc Barber. dedicated to his branch of








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MANUFACTURED HOME. VIN NOS. SECTION 18, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH. SECTION 23, A DISTANCE OF 64.95 18-A, A DISTANCE OF 30.01 FEET; BANK OF FLORIDA; UNKNOWN
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FOR UNION COUNTY. FLORIDA A person claiming an interest in the GREES 55 MINUTES 20 SECONDS LINE OF COUNTY ROAD NUMBER EASTADISTANCEOF 604.56 FEET; TIES CLAIMING INTERESTS BY,
O CIVIL DIVISION surplus from the sale, if any, other EAST, A DISTANCEOF 551.88 FEET 18-A; THENCE RUN NORTH 01 DE- THENCE RUN SOUTH 02 DE- THROUGH, UNDER, AND AGAINST
CASE NO. 632012CA- than the property owner as of the TO THE POINT OF THE BEGIN- GREES 36 MINUTES 34 SECONDS GREES 26 MINUTES 18 SECONDS A NAMED DEFENDANT(S) WHO
000033CAXXXX date of the lis pendens must file a NING; THENCE CONTINUE SOUTH WEST, ALONG SIDE A STRAIGHT EAST A DISTANCE OF 30.02 FEET ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD
BANK OF AMERICA. N.A, SUC- claim within 60 days after the sale. 03 DEGREES 55 MINUTES 20 OF WAY LINE OF COUNTY ROAD TO THE INTERSECTION WITH OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAME UN-
CESSOR BY MERGER TO BAC Dated this 14th day of November. SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF NUMBER 18-A, A DISTANCE OF SAID NORTH LINE OF LANDS DE- KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM.AN
HOME LOANS SERVICING. LP FKA 2013 313.50 FEET TO THE NORTHERLY 220.07 FEET TO THE INTERSEC- SCRIBED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, I
COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS KELLIE HENDRICKS CONNELL RIGHT OF WAY OF FORMER ACL TION WITH THE NORTH LINE OF BOOK 76, PAGE 282; THENCE RUN DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR OTH-
SERVICING. LP As Clerk of said Court RR; THENCE RUN SOUTH 59 DE- LANDS RECORDED IN OFFICIAL SOUTH 89 DEGREES 43 MINUTES ER CLAIMANTS,
Plaintiff. By Crystal Norman GREES 09 MINUTES 30 SECONDS RECORDS BOOK 76, PAGE 282, 51 SECONDS WEST, ALONG SAID Defendant(s),
vs. As Deputy Clerk WEST, ALONG THE NORTHERLY PUBLIC RECORDS OF UNION NORTH LINE, A DISTANCE OF NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
JOHN IRWIN; TERESA IRWIN; This notice is provided pursuant to RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF FORMER COUNTY, FLORIDA, AND TO THE 605.00 FEETTO THE POINTOF BE- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursu- :*f
UNKNOWN PERSON(S) IN POS- Administrative Order No. 2.065. ACL RR, A DISTANCE OF 265.23 POINT OF BEGINNING OF THE GINNING. ant to a Final Summary Judgment
SESSION OF THE SUBJECT In accordance with the Americans FEET: HEREINAFTER DESCRIBED PAR- Any person claiming an interest in dated November 7, 2013, entered in .3
PROPERTY; with Disabilities Act, If you are a per- THENCE RUN NORTH 02 DE- CEL OF LAND; THENCE CON- the surplus from the sale, if any, oth- Civil Case No.: 13000002CAAXMX, .(
Defendants. son with a disability who needs any GREES 53 MINUTES 33 SECONDS TINUE RUNNING NORTH 01 DE- er that the property owner as of the of the Circuit Court of the Eighth Ju-
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE accommodation in order to participate WEST, A DISTANCE OF 437.76 GREES 36 MINUTES 34 SECONDS date of the lis pendens must file a dicial Circuit in and for Union Coun-
NOTICE. IS HEREBY GIVEN pursu- in this proceeding, you are entitled, at FEET, THENCE RUN NORTH 87 DE- WEST, CONTINUING ALONG SIDE claim within sixty (60) days after the ty, Florida, wherein EVERBANK, is
ant to a Final Judgment of Foreclo- no cost to you, to provisions of certain GREES 06 MINUTES 27 SECONDS A STRAIGHT OF WAY LINE OF sale. The Court, in its discretion, may Plaintiff, and KEITH A. BAGGETT;
sure dated November 8, 2013, and assistance. Please contact the Court EAST, A DISTANCE OF 228.67 FEET COUNTYROAD NUMBER 18-A, enlarge the time of the sale. Notice UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF KEITH
entered in Case No. 632012CA- Administrator at 55 West Main Street, TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. A DISTANCE OF 222.80 FEET TO of the changed time of sale shall be A. BAGGETT; AMERICAN ENTER-
000033CAXXXX, of the Circuit Court Rm. 103, Lake Butler, FI 32054, TOGETHER WITH A MOBILE HOME THE INTERSECTION WITH THE published as provided herein. PRISE BANK OF FLORIDA; UN-
of the 8th Judicial Circuit in and for Phone No. (352)374-3648 within 2 LOCATED THEREON AS A PERMA- SOUTH LINE OF LANDS RECORD- WITNESS my hand and official seal KNOWN TENANT #1; UNKNOWN
UNION County, Florida. BANK OF working days of your receipt of this NENT FIXTURE AND APPURTE- ED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK in the State and County aforesaid this TENANT #2; ALL OTHER UN-
AMERICA, NA., SUCCESSOR BY notice or pleading; if you are hearing NANCE THERETO, DESCRIBED AS 169, PAGE 143, PUBLIC RECORDS 14" day of November 2013. KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING IN-
MERGER TO BAC HOME LOANS impaired, call 1-800-955-8771 (TDD); 1996 MOBILE HOME VIN NUMBER OF UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA; Kellie Hendricks Connell TERESTS BY, THROUGH, UNDER,
SERVICING, LP FKA COUNTRY- if you are voice impaired, call 1-800- GAFLT34A23774SH21 WITH TITLE THENCE RUN NORTH 89 DE- Clerk of Court AND AGAINST A NAMED DEFEN-
WIDE HOME LOANS SERVICING, 995-8770 (V) (Via Florida Relay Ser- NUMBER 0073881446 AND VIN GREES 47 MINUTES 18 SECONDS Crystal Norman DANTS) WHO ARE NOT KNOWN
LP is Plaintiff and JOHN IRWIN; vices). NUMBER GAFLT34B23774SH21 EAST, ALONG SAID SOUTH LINE Deputy Clerk TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER
TERESA IRWIN; UNKNOWN PER- Submitted by: WITH TITLE NUMBER 73881445. OF LANDS RECORDED IN OFFI- Attorney for Plaintiff: SAME UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
SON(S) IN POSSESSION OF THE Kahane & Associates, P.A. A/K/A 12845 NE STATE ROAD 121 CIAL RECORDS BOOK 169. PAGE Gladstone Law Group, PA CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUS-'
SUBJECT PROPERTY; are defen- 8201 Peters Road, $te. 3000 RAIFORD FL* 32083-2467 AKA 121 143, A DISTANCE OF 601.80 FEET 1499 W. Palmetto Park Road, ES, HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANT-
dants. I will sell to the highest and Plantation, FL 33324 HIGHWAY 121 RAI TO THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF Suite 300 EES, OR OTHER CLAIMANTS, are
best bidderforcashatlNTHE FRONT Telephone: (954) 382-3486 Any person claiming an interest in SAID LANDS RECORDED IN OFFI- Boca Raton, FL 33486 Defendant(s). KELLIE HENDRICKS
LOBBY OF THE COURTHOUSE, Telefacsimile: (954) 382-5380 the surplus from the sale, if any, oth- CIAL RECORDS BOOK 169, PAGE 11/21 2tchg 11/28-UCT CONNELL, the Clerk of Court shall i7%
AT 55 WEST MAIN STREET, LAKE Designated service email: notice@ er than the property owner as of the 143; THENCE RUN SOUTH 02 DE- sell to the highest bidder for cash "'-J
BUTLER IN UNION COUNTY, FLOR- kahaneandassociates.com date of the Lis Pendens must file a GREES 26 MINUTES 18 SECONDS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE at the front door of the courthouse, 0-
IDA 32054, at 11:00 A.M., on the 16th 11/21 2tchg 11/28-UCT claim within 60 days after the sale. EAST A DISTANCE OF 222.29 FEET EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND 55 W. Main Street, Lake Butler, FL v. ;
day of January, 2014, the following Dated in Union County, Florida this TO THE INTERSECTION WITH FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA 32054 at 11:00 a.m., on the 161 day ;'
described property as set forth in said IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 14th day of November, 2013. SAID NORTH LINE OF LANDS DE- CIVIL DIVISION of January, 2014 following described iuw
Final Judgment, to wit: EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Kelli Hendricks Connell SCRIBED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS Case No.: 13000002CAAXMX real property as set forth in said Final "-
COMMENCE AT A 4 INCH SQUARE FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA Clerk of the Circuit Court BOOK 76, PAGE 282; THENCE RUN EVERBANK, Summary Judgment, to wit: !;G
CONCRETE MONUMENT (LA- CIVIL ACTION Union County, Florida SOUTH 89 DEGREES 43 MINUTES Plaintiff, A PARCEL OF LAND CONTAINING A )-,b
BEL: L.L. LEE & ASSOC.) AT THE CASE NO. 63-2013-CA-000016 By: Crystal Norman 51 SECONDS WEST, ALONG SAID v.. TOTAL AREA OF 1.1 ACRES, MORE (-.o
NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE HSBC BANK USA, NATIONAL AS- Deputy Clerk NORTH LINE,. A DISTANCE OF KEITH A. BAGGETT; UNKNOWN, OR LESS, LYING, BEING AND r!ni
SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF SAID SEC- SOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE FOR Albertelli Law 605.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BE- SPOUSE OF KEITH A. BAG- SITUATE IN SECTION 24, TOWN- wn
TION 11, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, ACE SECURITIES CORP. HOME Attorney for Plaintiff GINNING.
RANGE 18 EAST, UNION COUN- EQUITY LOAN TRUST, SERIES P.O. Box 23028 TOGETHER WITH A PERPETUAL,
TY, FLORIDA, RUN N8846' 18"E, 2005-SD2, ASSET-BACKED PASS Tampa.FL 33623 EXCLUSIVE 30.00 FOOT EASE- Bu 1 Get I FE1
ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF SAID THROUGH CERTIFICATES, (813)221-4743 MENT FOR INGRESS, EGRESS Buy I Ge I FR
SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF. SECTION 11, PLAINTIFF (S) (813)221-9171 facsimile AND UTILITIES, OVER, ACROSS
A DISTANCE OF 551.56 FEET TO VS. eService: servealaw@albertellilaw. AND ALONG THE SOUTHER- Send Double
THE INTERSECTION WITH THE BRUCE E DICKSON; THE UN- com LY PORTION THEREOF, MORE
EASTERLY PRESCRIPTIVE RIGHT- KNOWN SPOUSE OF BRUCE E If you are a person with a disability PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS Florida
OF-WAY LINE OF A COUNTY MAIN- DICKSON; RETHAA DICKSON; who needs any accommodation in FOLLOWS: COMMENCE AT THE F ,4
TAINED GRADED ROAD; THENCE THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF RE- order to participate in this proceed- SOUTHWEST CORNER OF SAID shine
CONTINUE RUNNING N88*46'18"E; THAA DICKSON; ANY AND ALL UN- ing, you are entitled, at no cost to SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF SOUTHWEST Sunshmi
CONTINUING ALONG SAID NORTH KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING BY, you, to the provision of certain assis- 1/4 OF SECTION 23, AND RUN
LINE OF THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 THROUGH, UNDER, AND AGAINST tance. Persons with a disability who NORTH 89 DEGREES 43 MINUTES
OF SECTION 11, A DISTANCE OF THE HEREIN NAMED need, any accomodation in order to 51 SECONDS EAST, ALONG THE Item #BNGN
839.80 FEET, TO A 4 INCH SQUARE INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANT(S) WHO participate should call Jan Phillips, SOUTH LINE OF SAID SECTION
CONCRETE MONUMENT (LA- ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD ADA Coordinatory, Alachua County 23, A DISTANCE OF 64.95 FEET TO
BELED: WATTLES, LEE & ASSOC.) OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN- Courthouse, 201 E. University Ave., THE INTERSECTION WITH THE Order one
AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN Gainesville, FL 32601 at (352)337- EAST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF
THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SAID INTERESTAS SPOUSES, HEIRS, 6237 within two (2) working days COUNTY ROAD NUMBER 18-A; nift trav of Navels
SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR of receipt of this notice; if you are THENCE RUN NORTH 01 DEGREES '" J 9.5 bs. of Navels
11; THENCE RUN S01*28'51"E, OTHER CLAIMANTS; TENANT #1, hearing impaired, please call 1-800- 36 MINUTES 34 SECONDS WEST, and receive another FREE! ineachtray!
ALONG THE EAST LINE OF SAID TENANT #2, TENANT #3, AND 955-8771; if you are voice impaired, ALONG SAID EAST RIGHT-OF-WAY
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF THE SOUTH- TENANT #4 THE NAMES BEING please call 1-800-955-8770. LINE OF COUNTY ROAD NUMBER Feel good about sendinga healthy gift this holiday season.
EAST 1/4 OF SECTION 11, A DIS- FICTITIOUS TO ACCOUNT FOR 11/21 2tchg 11/28-UCT 18-A, A DISTANCE OF 220.07 FEET Sweet seedless Florida Navel Oranges are tree-rinned and
TANCE OF 664.31 FEET TO A 4 PARTIES IN POSSESSION TO THE INTERSECTION WITH weetseeessori ave rangesare pe an
INCH SQUARE CONCRETE MON- DEFENDANT (S) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THE NORTH LINE OF LANDS RE- picked at the peak of perfection. Shipped fresh and ready
UMENT (LABELED: WATTLES, LEE NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN CORDED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS toenjoy. Satisfaction guaranteed. Both trays will be
& ASSOC.) AT THE NORTHWEST CHAPTER 45 AND FOR UNION COUNTY, BOOK 76, PAGE 282, PUBLICaction guaranteed.
CORNER OF THE SOUTH 1/2 OF NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Pursu- FLORIDA. RECORDS OF UNION COUNTY, shipped in one carton to one address. Plussandardshipping.
NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SAID SOUTH- ant to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure CASE No. 12000105CA FLORIDA, AND THE)POINT OF BE- --OO l i *
EAST 1/4 OF SECTION 11; THENCE dated Nov. 8th, 2013, and entered in BAYVIEW LOAN SERVICING, LLC, GINNING OF THE HEREINAFTER ORANGE BLOSSOM ..d re' *
RUN N8905'30"E, ALONG THE Case No. 63-2013-CA-000016 of the PLAINTIFF DESCRIBED 30 FOOT EASEMENT; Indian River Citrus eat. Ioiu
NORTH LINE OF SAID SOUTH 1/2 Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial VS. THENCE CONTINUE RUNNING f ftIndian River CitFrusit .in G *
OF NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SOUTH- Circuit in and for Union County, Flor- NORMAN A. ROMERO, ETAL. NORTH 01 DEGREES 36 MINUTES Gifts of Floridas Finest Frui .
EAST 1/4 OF SECTION 11, A DIS- ida in which HSBC BANK USA, NA- DEFENDANT(S). 34 SECONDS WEST, CONTINUING . *
TANCE OF 517.69 FEET; THENCE TIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS TRUST- NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE ALONG SAID EAST RIGHT-OF-WAY www.orange-blossom.com/B 1 G I 1-800-624-8835
CONTINUE RUNNING N89*05'30E, EE FOR ACE SECURITIES CORP. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursu-
CONTINUING ALONG SAID NORTH HOME EQUITY LOAN TRUST, SE- ant to the Final Judgment of Foreclo- j .,..<.. ,.: :. =. .,.^iy.:,:.,.. `.
LINE OF THE SOUTH 1/2 OF RIES _20Q5-SP2,,..AS.ST-BApKED sure dated November 7,, 2013 in the '1 7 p
NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SOUTHEAST PAS8t IRbOGHCERIRTFI lATES,is above acfib: the'Uriion County Clerk ,. ,,: .MO'U T ,,
1/4 OF SECTION 11, A DISTANCE the Plaintiff and-Brtice-E'Dicksorrand of Court will sell to the highest bidder : '
OF 142.23 FEET TO THE POINT Retha A Dickson, are Defendants, for cash at Union. Florida, on Janu- .
OF BEGINNING OF THE HEREIN- the Union County Clerk of the Circuit ary 1.6, 2014, at 11:00 A.M., at Foyer .
AFTER DESCRIBED PARCEL OF Court will sell to the highest and best of courthouse w 55 W. Main St., Lake
LAND; THENCE CONTINUE RUN- bidder for cash at the Union County Butler, FL 32054 for the following de- as t1I answ er L
NING N89*05'30"E, CONTINUING Courthouse, 55 West Main Street, scribed property:. h h w to you
ALONG SAID NORTH LINE OF THE Lake Butler, Florida 32054-1600, A PARCEL OF LAND LYING BEING 1 t n p r ic !
SOUTH 1/2 OF THE NORTHEAST Union County, Florida at on the 23'" AND SITUATE IN THE SOUTHEAST
1/4 OF SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF SEC- day of January, 2014, the following 1/4 OF. SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF SEC- A t n pric -"..
TION 11, A DISTANCE OF 172.05' described property as set forth in said TION 23, TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTHI
FEET; THENCE RUN S0005'51"E, Final Judgment of Foreclosure: RANGE 19 EAST, UNION COUNTY, |_
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SHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE 18 EAST, Section 28, a distance oJ 223.27 feet subtended by a chord having a bear- TANCE OF 211.63 FEET TO THE who needs any accommodation in gun range and concealed weapons
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA, MORE to the intersection with the Easterly ing of South 45 degrees 00 minutes POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE order to participate in this proceed- classes as a special exception in the
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS right-of-way line of the abandoned 17 seconds West and a distance of CONTINUE RUNNING SOUTH 86 ing, you are entitled, at no cost to "I" Industrial zoning district.
FOLLOWS: COMMENCE AT THE right-of-way of CSX Transportation, 217.42 feet, to the Point of Tangen- DEG. 12 MIN. 14 SEC. WEST, A DIS- you, to the provision of certain assis- This public hearing may be con-
NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE Inc., (a 100 foot right-of-way former cy; thence run South 37 degrees 12 TANCE OF 461.66 FEET; THENCE._ tance. Persons with a disability who tinued to one or more future dates.
SOUTHWEST 14 OF NORTHEAST right-of-way of Atlantic Coast Line minutes 47 seconds West, continu- RUN NORTH 04 DEG, 02 MIN. 36 need any accommodation in order to Any interested party shall be advised
1/4 OF SAID SECTION 24, AND Railroad former right-of-way of Sea- ing along said Westerly right-of-way SEC. WEST, A DISTANCE OF 422.50 participate should call Jan Phillips, that the date, time and place of any
RUN NORTH 86 DEGREES 25 MIN- board Coast Line Railroad); thence fine, a distance of 495.77 feet to the FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH 86 ADA Coordinator, Alachua County continuation of this public hearing
UTES 00 SECONDS EAST, ALONG continue running South 89 degrees Point of Beginning of the hereinafter DEG. 12 MIN. 14 SEC, EAST, A DIS- Courthouse, 201 E. University Ave., shall be announced during the public
THE NORTH LINE OF SAID SOUTH- 14 minutes 30 seconds East, continu- described parcel of land: Thence con- TANCE OF 461.66 FEET; THENCE Gainesville, FL 32601 at (352) 337- hearing and that no further notices
WEST 11 OF NORTHEAST 1/4'OF ing along said North line of Section tinue running South 37 degrees 12 RUN SOUTH 04 DEG. 02 MIN. 36 6237 within two (2) working days of concerning this matter will be pub-
SECTIQN 24, A DISTANCE OF 9.59 28, a distance of 1403.87 feet; thence minutes 47 seconds West, continu- SEC. EAST, A DISTANCE OF 422.50 your receipt of this notice; if you are lished, unless said continuation ex-
FEET TO THE INTERSECTION run South 01 degree 04 minutes 30 ing along said Westerly right-of-way FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGIN- hearing impaired call (800) 955-8771; ceeds six calendar weeks from the
WITH THE WEST RIGHT OF WAY seconds West a distance of 420.00 line, a distance of 207.50 feet; thence NING. if you are voice impaired, call (800) date of the above referenced public
LINE OF COUNTY ROAD NUMBER feet; thence run South 89 degrees 14 run North 89 degrees 32 minutes 31 TOGETHER WITH A NON-EXCLU- 955-8770. hearing.
S-239; THENCE RUN SOUTH 04 minutes 30 seconds East a distance seconds West a distance of 214.54 SIVE EASEMENT FOR INGRESS, 11/28 2tchg 12/5-UCT At the aforementioned public hear-
DEGREES 50 MINUTES 05 SEC- of 495.00 feet; thence run South 01 feet; thence run North 03 degrees 54 EGRESS AND PUBLIC UTILITIES, ing, all interested parties may ap-
ONDS degree 04 minutes 30 seconds West minutes 01 second East a distance DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE pear to be heard with respect to the
EAST, ALONG SAID WEST RIGHT a distance of 177.77 feet to the inter- of 166.55 feet; thence run South 89 COMMENCE AT THE SOUTH- EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND amendment to the Land Develop-
OF. WAY LINE OF COUNTY ROAD section with the Westerly right-of-way degrees 32 minutes 31 seconds East WEST CORNER OF SECTION 14, FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA ment Regulations.
NUMBER S-239, A DISTANCE OF line of a county maintained paved a distance of 328.71 feet to the Point TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE 18 CIVILACTION A copy of the amendment to the
255.26 FEET TO THE POINT OF BE- road (also known as "Little Springs of Beginning. EAST, UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NO.: 63-2013-CA-000074 Land Development Regulations is
GINNING OF THE HEREINAFTER Road"), said point lying on the arc Together with a 1998 Redmond Dou- THENCE RUN NORTH 04 DEG. DIVISION: available for public inspection at the
DESCRIBED PARCEL OF LAND; of a curve concave Northwesterly; blewide Mobile Home with the ID#'s 05 MIN. 16 SEC. WEST ALONG JAMES B. NUTTER & COMPANY, Office of the City Manager in City
THENCE CONTINUE RUNNING thence run Southwesterly, along said 3612A and 3612B which is perma- THE WEST LINE OF SAID SEC- Plaintiff, Hall, at 200 Southwest First Street,
SOUTH 04 DEGREES 50 MINUTES Westerly right-of-way line of a county nently affixed to the aforedescribed TION 14, A DISTANCE OF 662.76 vs. Lake Butler, Florida, during regular
05 SECONDS EAST, CONTINUING maintained paved road, a distance of real property and incorporated there- FEET TO THE SOUTHWEST COR- THE UNKNOWN HEIRS.DEVISEES, business hours.
ALONG SAID WEST RIGHT OF WAY 284.57 feet as measured along the in. NER OF THE NORTH 1/2 OF THE GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIEN- All persons are advised that if they
LINE OF COUNTY ROAD NUMBER arc of a curve ANY PERSON .CLAIMING AN IN- SW 1/4 OF SW 1/4 OF SAID SEC- ORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, OR decide to appeal any decision made
S-239, A DISTANCE OF 219.86 concave Northwesterly and having a TEREST IN THE SURPLUS.FROM TION 14; THENCE RUN NORTH OTHER CLAIMANTS CLAIMING BY, at the above referenced public hear-
FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH 88 radius of 2872.75 feet, said arc being THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN 86 DEG. 12 MIN. 14 SEC. EAST THROUGH,. UNDER, OR AGAINST ing, they will need ,a record of the
DEGREES 47 MINUTES 01 SEC- subtended by a chord having a bear- THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF A DISTANCE OF 1352.41 FEET; LUIS LOPEZ, et al, proceedings, and that, for such pur-
OND WEST, A DISTANCE OF 213.43 ing of South 49 degrees 57 minutes THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS THENCE RUN NORTH 05 DEC, 33 Defendant(s). pose, they may need to ensure that
FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH 13 DE- 38 secondst West and a distance of MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN SIXTY MIN. 17 SEC. WEST, A DISTANCE NOTICE OF ACTION a verbatim record of the proceedings
GREES 31 MINUTES 38 SECONDS 284.45 feet, to the Point of Tangen- (60) DAYS AFTER THE SALE. OF 375.17 FEET TO THE POINT VALERIE ANNE HARRIS A/K/A VAL- is made, which record includes the
WEST, A DISTANCE .OF 199.03 cy, thence run South 52 degrees 47 If you are a person with a disability OF BEGINNING (OF A 50' ROAD); ERIE HEMPHILL HARRIS, AS AN testimony and evidence upon which
FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH 85 DE- minutes 47 seconds West, continu- who needs any accommodation in or- THENCE RUN SOUTH 86 DEG. 12 HEIR OF THE ESTATE OF LUIS LO- the appeal is to be based.
GREES 01 MINUTE 06 SECONDS ing along said Westerly right-of-way der to participate in this proceeding, MIN. 14 SEC. WEST A DISTANCE PEZ, DECEASED Persons with disabilities request-
EAST, A DISTANCE OF 242.32 FEET line, a distance of 96.64 feet to the you are entitled, at no cost to you, to OF 1040.05 FEET; THENCE RUN LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: C/O ing reasonable accommodations
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. Point of Curvature of a curve to the the provision of certain assistance. SOUTH 73 DEG. 03 MIN. 18 SEC. Bradford County Sheriffs Office to participate in this proceeding
If you are a person claiming a right left; thence run Southwesterly, con- Please contact the ADA Coordinator WEST, A DISTANCE OF 307.75 945 North Temple Avenue should contact 352.463.3169 (Voice
to funds remaining after the sale, you tinuing along said Westerly right-of- at (352) 337-6237, at least 7 days FEET; THENCE RUN SOUTH 86 Starke,FL 32091 & TDD) or via Florida Relay Service
must file a claim with the clerk no lat- way line, a distance of 218.09 feet before your scheduled court appear- DEG. 24 MIN. 03 SEC. WEST, A DIS- CURRENTADDRESS: UN- 800.955.8771.
er than 60 days after the sale. If you as measured along the arc of a curve ance. If you are hearing or voice im- TANCE OF 277.71 FEET; THENCE KNOWN 11/28 itchg-UCT
fail to file a claim you will not be enti- concave Southeasterly and having a paired, please call 711. RUN SOUTH 04 DEG. 05 MIN, 16 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to
tied to any remaining funds. After 60 radius of 801.87 feet, said arc being If you are deaf or hard of hearing and SVC, EAST, A DISTANCE OF 662.33 foreclose a mortgage on the following
days, only the owner of record as of subtended by a chord having a bear- require an ASL interpreter or an as- FEET; THENCE RUN SOUTH 86 property in UNION Cour)ty, Florida:
the date of the lis pendens may claim ing of South 45 degrees 00 minutes sisted listening device to participate DEG. 29 MIN. 30 SEC. WEST, A DIS- LOT 5, OF SANTA FE HILLS, A RE-
the surplus. 17 seconds West and a distance of in a proceeding, please contact Court TANCE OF 650.00 FEET; THENCE CORDED SUBDIVISION OF UNION B
WITNESS my hand and the seal of 217.42 feet, to the Point of Tangen- Interpreting at interpreter@circuit8. RUN NORTH 04 DEG. 05 MIN. 19 COUNTY, FLORIDA.
:4-the court on November 14, 2013. cy; thence run South 37 degrees 12 org SEC: WEST, A DISTANCE OF 711.30 has been filed against you and you M
KELLIE HENDRICKS CONNELL minutes 47 seconds West, continuing Dated this 14th day of. November, FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH 86 are required to serve a copy of your
CLERK OF THE COURT along said Westerly right-of-way line, 2013. DEG, 24 MIN. 03 SEC. EAST, A DIS- written defenses within 30 days after
By: Crystal Norman a distance of 495.77 feet; thence run KELLIE HENDRICKS CONNELL TANCE OF 50.00 FEET; THENCE the first publication, if any, on Ronald
Deputy Clerk North 89 degrees 32 minutes 31 sec- CLERK OF THE COURT RUN SOUTH 04 DEG. 05 MIN. 19 R Wolfe & Associates, P.L., Plaintiffs
Attorney for Plaintiff: onds West a distance of 328.71 feet By: Crystal Norman SEC. EAST, A DISTANCE OF 661.38 attorney, whose address is 4919 Me-
Brian M. Streicher, Esquire to the Point of Beguiling of the herein- Deputy Clerk FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH 86 morial Highway, Suite 200, Tampa, December blood
Elizabeth R. Wellborn, PA. bstre- after described parcel of land: Thence Submitted by: DEG. 29 MIN. 30 SEC EAST,'A DIS- Florida 33634, and file the original drives in Union Count
icher@erwlaw.com: docservice@ run South 03 degrees 54 minutes 01 VERNIS & BOWLING OF NORTH TANCE OF 550.00 FEET; THENCE with this Court either before service B
erwlaw.com second West a distance of 166.55 FLORIDA, P.A. RUN NORTH 04 DEG. 05 MIN. 16 on Plaintiff's attorney or immediately Here are the December
35FGJj.mMoran Blvd, feet; thence run North 89 degrees 32 Attorneys for Plaintiff SEC. WEST, A DISTANCE OF 612.25 thereafter; otherwise a default will be
._..tSuite 100 minutes 31 seconds West a distance 4309 Salisbury Road FEET; THENCE RUN SOUTH 86 entered against you for the relief de-ng blood drives for
Deerfield Beach, FL 33442 of 377.72 feet; thence run North 00 Jacksonville, Florida 32216 DEG. 24 MIN. 03 SEC. WEST, A DIS- manded in the Complaint or petition. Union Counti:
Telephone: (954) 354-3544 degrees 27 minutes 29 seconds East Telephone: (904) 296-6751 TANCE OF 550.00 FEET; THENCE WITNESS my hand and the seal of *1213- LCIl, II a.m.
Facsintile: (954) 354-3545 a distance of 166.25 feet; thence run Facsimile: (904) 296-8938 RUN NORTH 04 DEG. 05 MIN. 19 this Court on this 21st day of Novem-
If you are a person with a disability South 89 degrees 32 minutes 31 sec- 11/21 2tchg 11/28-UCT SEC. WEST, A DISTANCE OF 50.00 ber, 2013. to 5:30 p.m.
who needs any accommodation in or- onds East a distance of 387.72 feet to FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH 86 Kellie Hendricks Connell 12/i17 RIC11:30 a.m.
der to participate in this proceeding, the Point of Beginning. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE DEG. 24 MIN. 03 SEC. EAST A DIS- Clerk of the Court to 7Ipl-i
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to Subject to an easement for ingress, 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND TANCE OF 872.28 FEET; THENCE By: Crystal Norman p.mii..... m
the provision of certain assistance, egress and utilities, over, across and FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA RUN NORTH 73 DEG. 03 MIN. 18 As Deputy Clerk 2/19 RMC 1130m.
Please contact the ADA Coordinator, along the Northerly 30 feet.thereof. CIVIL DIVISION SEC. EAST, A DISTANCE OF 307.67 Ronald R Wolfe & Associates, P.L. to 7 p.m. (Second Drive)
Alachua County Courthouse, 201 Together with a 30 foot easement CASE NO. 632012CA- FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH 86 P.O. Box 25018 12i22- -Christ Central
East University Ave., Gainesville, FL for ingress,, egress and utilities, over, 000098CAXXXX DEG. 12 MIN. 14 SEC, EAST, A DI9- Tampa, Florida 33622-5018 I* 2/2-his C
32601 at (352) 337-6237 at least 7 across and along the Northerly 30 BANK OF AMERICA,. N.A. TANCE OF 1044.29 FEET; THENCE **See Americans with Disabilities Act Lake Butler, 10 a.m.
days before your scheduled court feet of the following described lands: Plaintiff, RUN SOUTH 05 DEG. 33 MIN. 17 In accordance with the Americans .m
appearance, or immediately upon Commence at the. Northwest corner vs. SEC. EAST, A DISTANCE OF 50.02 Disabilities Act, persons with dis- Thii 'o' *
receiving this notification if the time of said Section 28, and run South EVELYN G. LOBENTHAL; et al; FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGIN- abilities requesting reasonable ac- hoida give the gift
before the scheduled appearance is 89 degrees 14 minutes 30 seconds Defendants. NING. commodations to participate in this Iof yars to come LIFE!.
less than 7 days; if you are hearing or East, along the North line of said RE-NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE TOGETHER WITH PERMANENT- proceeding should contact (904) Donte bloofd.
voice impaired call 711. Section 28, a distance of 223.27 feet SALE- LY AFFIXED 2005 FLEETWOOD 496-3711 (Voice) or (904) 374-3639 n .
11/21 2tchg 11/28-UCT to the intersection with the Easterly NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursu- VIN#'S (Voice or TDD) or via Florida Relay
right-of-way line of the abandoned ant to an Order Rescheduling Fore- GAFL575A77026AE21 AND GAFL- Service at 1-800-955-8771. Notic Iffrm Uni on
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE right-of-way of CSX Transportation, closure Sale dated 23rd day of Octo- 575B77026AE21 11/28 2tchg 12/5-UCT
81' JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR Inc., (a 100 foot right-of-way former ber, 2013, and entered in Case No! A person claiming an interest in the Cout. i FOod Pantry
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA right-of-way of Atlantic Coast Line 632012CA000098CAXXXX, of the surplus from the sale, if any, other PUBLIC NOTICE h t
CIVIL DIVISION Railroad- former right-of-way of Sea- Circuit Court of the 8th Judicial Cir- than the property owner as of the This is to inform you that Union Coun- be ware that the
UNIFORM CASE NO.: 63-2013-CA- board Coast Line Railroad); thence cuit in and for UNION County, Florida. date of the lis pendens must file a ty will hold a pre-bid conference and Union County Food Pantry
000082-CAAX-MX continue running South 89 degrees BANK OF AMERICA, N.A. is Plaintiff claim within 60 days after the sale. walk-through for the rehabilitation r
VYSTAR CREDIT UNION, 14 minutes 30 secondsiast, continu- and EVELYN G. LOBENTHAL A/K/A Dated this 14th day of, November, of two(2r.'.the:(3)Ssini lefamily ve o be
Plaintiff, ---. ing-iongrsaid- rrthAir4e if Section EVELYN LOBENTHAL; UNKNOWN 2013. dwellings in.he.1Jninih CouhtyLSHIP folled When new people
vs. 28, a distance of 1403.87 feet; thence SPOUSE OF EVELYN G. LOBEN- KELLIE HENDRICKS CONNELL program. are signed u opnor peooule
JOHN C. TYSON, SR.; ETAL, run South 01 degree 04 minutes 30 THAL A/K/A EVELYN LOBENTHAL; As Clerk of said Court This meeting will be held Thursday,
Defendant(s). seconds West a distance of 420.00 CHRISTOPHER DARREN LOBEN- By Crystal Norman December 5, 2013, beginning at 900. come into the food pantry
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE feet; thence run South 89 degrees 14 THAL;. KURT GERARD LOBEN- As Deputy Clerk a.m. at Suwannee River Economic that have been here befAre, *
NQTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursu- minutes 30 seconds East a distance THAL; UNKNOWN PERSON(S) IN This notice is provided pursuant to Council, inc. Outreach Office, 665 SE th all t told th
ant to a Final Judgment of Mortgage of 495.00 feet; thence run South 01 POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT Administrative Order No. 2.065. 4th St., Lake Butler, FL.
Foreclosure dated the 8th day of No- degree 04 minutes 30 seconds West PROPERTY N/K/A BRANT LOBEN- In, accordance with the Americans The conference and walk-through is
vember, 2013, and entered in Case a distance of 177.77 feet to the inter- THAL; are defendants. I will sell to with Disabilities Act, If you are a per- mandatory, no exceptions, for con- be made every three (3)
No. 63-2013-CA-000082-CAAX-MX, section with the Westerly right-of-way the highest and best bidder for cash son with a disability who needs any tractors who plan to bid. Suwannee
of the Circuit Court of the 8th Judi- line of a county maintained paved IN THE FRONT LOBBY OF THE accommodation in order to participate River Economic Council, Inc. re-
cial Circuit in and for Union County, road (also known as "Little Springs COURTHOUSE, at 55 WEST MAIN in this proceeding, you are entitled, at quires each contractor to be properly then autoatcal switched
Florida, wherein VYSTAR CREDIT Road"), said point lying on the arc STREET, LAKE BUTLER in UNION no cost to you, to provisions of certain licensed, carry general liability insur-
UNION is the Plaintiff, and JOHN C. of a curve concave Northwesterly, County, FLORIDA 32054, at 11:00 assistance. Please contact the Court ance of at least $1,000,000.00 and
T'SON, SR.; HAZEL TYSON; and thence run Southwesterly, along said A.M., on the 16th day of January, Administrator at 55 West Main Street, Workers Compensation Insurance
JOHN DOE AND JANE DOE AS UN- Westerly right-of-way line of a county 2014, the following described proper- Rm. 103, Lake Butler, FI 32054, before bid opening and during con-
KNOWN TENANTS are Defendants. maintained paved road, a distance of ty as set forth in said Final Judgment, Phone No. (352)374-3648 within 2 struction.
I will sell to the highest and best bid- 284.57 feet as measured along the to wit: working days of your receipt of this Bids for these units will be due by
der for cash,. Courthouse Steps at the arc of a curve concave Northwesterly COMMENCE AT THE SOUTH- notice or pleading; if you are hearing 12:00 noon. Tuesday, December 12 We get fresh produce and
Union County Courthouse 55 West and having a radius of 287475 feet, WEST CORNER OF SECTION 14, impaired, call 1-800-955-8771 (TDD); 2013 at Suwannee River Economic
Main Street, Lake Butler, FL, 32054 said arc being TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE 18 if you are voice impaired, call 1-800- Council, Inc. Outreach Office, 665 SEhe same
at 11:00 a.m. in accordance with Sec- subtended by a chord having a bear- EAST, UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA, 995-8770 (V) (Via Florida Relay Ser- 41h St., Lake Butler, FL 32054. Please
tion 45.031, Florida Statutes on the ing of South 49 degrees 57 minutes THENCE RUN NORTH 04 DEG. 05 vices). mark envelope "Sealed Bid for Name people ill not be allowed
16th day of January, 2014, the follow- 38 seconds West and a distance of MIN. 16 SEC. WEST, ALONG THE Submitted by: of Homeowner,. SHIP". Bids to be
ing described property as set forth in 284.45 feet, to the Point of Tangen- WEST LINE OF SAID SECTION 14, Kahane.& Associates, P.A. opened Tuesday, December 121, at
said Final Judgment, to wit: cy; thence run South 52 degrees 47 A DISTANCE OF 662.76 FEET TO 8201.Peters Road, Ste.3000 12:30 p.m months, as per idlines
SEE EXHIBIT "A" ATTACHED. minutes 47 seconds West, continuing THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF Plantation, FL 33324 Suwannee River Economic Council, alreadyestablised the
A parcel of land lying, being and situ- along said Westerly right-of-way line, THE NORTH 1/2 OF THE SW 1/4 Telephone: (954) 382-3486 Inc. has the right to reject any and all bod
ate in Section 28, Township 6 South, a distance of 96.64 feet to the Point OF SW 1/4 OF SAID SECTION 14; Telefacsimile: (954) 382-5380 bids. The bids will be awarded on the
Range 19 East, Union County; Flor- of Curvature of a curve to the left; THENCE RUN NORTH 86 DEG. 12 Designated service email: notice@ most costeffective basis. Thank you to all those
ida,more particularly described as thence run Southwesterly, continuing MIN. 14 SEC. EAST, A DISTANCE kahaneandassociates.com Union County is a fair housing and
!follows;. along said Westerly right-of-way line, OF 1352.41 FEET; THENCE RUN 11/21 2tchg 11/28-UCT equal opportunity and ADAemployer. w
Commence at the Northwest corner a distance of 218.09 feet as mea- NORTH 05 DEG. 33 MIN. 17 SEC. Minority and Women Contractors are and September, Those
of said Section 28, and run South sured along the arc of a curve WEST, A DISTANCE OF 425.19 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE urged to participate. donations helpe failis
89 degrees 14.minutes.30 seconds concave Southeasterly and, having a FEET; THENCE RUN SOUTH 86 EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND 11/28 ltchg-UCT
East, along the North line of said radius of 801.87 feet, said arc being DEG. 12 MIN. 14 SEC. WEST, ADIS- FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA, 21
CIVIL ACTION NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Only
CASE NO.: 63-2012-CA-000099 CONCERNING AN AMENDMENT tf pic p after
BANK OF AMERICA, N.A., TO THE CITY OF LAKE BUTLER h *Henrv or Catherine
Plaintiff LAND DEVELOPMENT
vs. REGULATIONS bFirO 38-496.2483, or
LEROY, SCOTT A/K/A LEROY. L. BY THE CITY COMMISSION OF Sxnd Btostick at
SCOTT, et al., THE CITY OF LAKE BUTLER, FLOR- 386--496--1988
Defendant(s)* IDA, SERVING AS THE PLANNING __ 4 ;
NOTICE OF SALE AND ZONING BOARD OF THE CITY Th fod bank is open
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant OF LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA AND Wednesday
to an Order Rescheduling Foreclo- THE LOCAL PLANNING AGENCY di etd!y
sure Sale dated 20th day of Novem- OF THE CITY OF LAKE BUTLER, d F .a from 8 a m. to
ber 2013, entered in Civil Case Num- FLORIDA, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV- noon.;.
ber in the Circuit Court for Union, EN that, pursuant Sections 163.3161 Th.odpantry is located
Florida, wherein BANK OF AMER- through 163.3248, Florida Statutes, j
ICA, N.A. the Plaintiff, and LEROY as amended, comments, objections at 125 E. Main St. in Lake
a* g Se * *SCOTT A/K/A LEROY L. SCOTT, et and recommendations concerning Butlerin the same building
al; are the Defendants, I will sell the an amendment, as described below, rnc and
a * property situated in Union Florida, to the City of Lake Butler Land De- Insurance and
described as: velopment Regulations, hereinafter t Union Couny Times.
LOT31, SADDLEBROOK ESTATES, referred to as the Land Development Donations can be dropped
ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR Regulations, will be heard bythe o!nii !
PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED City Commission of the City of Lake ............................
IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGES 32 AND Butler, Florida, serving as the Plan- .hey ... open.
33, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF" ning and Zoning Board of the City of Theod i4s n
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA. MFG. Lake Butler, Florida, and the Local r
* a 5 SERIAL #. FLFLT79AB12229HE21 Planning Agency of the City of Lake )accreditel 50(c)(3) public
3643B, HUD CERT # FLA583299 Butler, londa, at a public .hearing char ity. /
AND FLA583300, MFG. NAME on December 9, 2013 at 5:15 p.m.,
a a g a FLEETWOOD HOMES OF FLOR- or as soon thereafter a0 the matter
IDA, MODEL N/A, DATE OF MFG. can be heard. The public hearing will olida chedule for
11/11/96, SIZE. 66.5 X.23.0. THIS be conducted in the City Commis- Union County Tmes
MANUFACTURED HOME IS AN IM- sion Meeting Room, City Hall at 200 ... ..
PROVEMENT TO THE LAND AND Southwest First Street, Lake Butler, ,,Th- offices of the ,Union -
AN IMMOVABLE FIXTURE. Florida. T im i Brord
at public sale, to the highest and best LDR 13-03, an application by the City C nty Tm Bradf
bidder, for cash, at the in Room 103 Commission, to amend the text of the "Conty Telegraph and
at the Union County Courthouse, 55 Land Development Regulations by ion Ivionitor wil.
West Main Street, Lake Butler, FL amending Section 4.2 entitled, Sup- M.niT will
32054 at 11:00 AM. on 23rd day of plementary District Regulations to be c.l.ed on Thursday
Jan., 2013. Any person claiming an .add regulations for shooting range; and Friday, Nov. 28 and
interest in the surplus from the sale, by amending Section 4.15.2 entitled 9 ,s c of-the
if any, other than the property own- Permitted Principal Uses and Struc 9 i ber ,c o h
er as of the date of the lis pendens tures, to allow gunsmith in the "ILW" haks igiing hqliday. -
the sale. zoning district; by amending Section -
Dated November 20, 2013 4.15.5 entitled, Special Excptions,
Crystal Norman to allow an indoor shooti0b rangel
Union County Clerk of Court and concealed weapons ~Iasses *
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT as a special exception in the "ILW" ;
FLORIDA FORECLOSURE ATTOR- Industrial, Light and Warehousing '.,;
NEYS, PLLC zoning district; by amending Sec- .
4855 Technology Way, Suite 500 tion 4.16.2 entitled, Permitted Prin-
emBoca Raton, FL 33431 cipal Uses and Structures, to allow
emailservice@ffapllc.com gunsmith in the "I" Industrial zoning .:t
Telephone; (727) 446-4826 district; by amending Section 4.16.5
If you are a person with a disability entitled, Special Exc~eptions to allow ".A




6A UNION COUNTY LIMES IHURSDAY, Nov. 28, 2013

Yoho: Imn each documents regarding Operation by declining to prosecute IRS Fast and Furious was a sting Reform accused the Justice with the resulting investigation,
Fast and Furious, officials involved in the targeting operation conducted by the Department of denying the the Attorney General misled,
AG Eric Holder TheHouse members also accused and disclosure of tax records Phoenix office of the Bureau committee access to Justice Congress and obstructed the;
BY DAN HILDEBRAN the Attorney General of giving belonging to political donors. of Alcohol, Tobacco and Department employees and oversight investigation."
BY DAN HLDEBRAN false testimony under oath before In an email, Yoho said, "Attorney Firearms. During the operation, withholding documents. In June According to the St. Louis:
Monitor Editor Congress on May 15 about the General Holder has'shown a blatant ATF agents tracked firearms 2012, the full house voted to hold Post-Dispatch, Holder dismissed,
U.S. Rep. Ted Yoho joined Justice Department investigation of and repeated pattern of disrespect purchased by straw buyers in the Holder in contempt, making him the impeachment measure as;
19 other House Republicans on journalist James Rosen. for the laws of our nation, and U.S. into Mexico with the goal the first Attorney General to be "meaningless partisan" politics.
Nov. 14 in sponsoring articles In addition, the impeachment deception towards Congress and of uncovering gun trafficking held in contempt of congress. that includes several "factually
of impeachment for Attorney measure claims Holder failed the American people." networks. The operation came to "As egregious as Operation Fast incorrect" allegations.
General Eric Holder. to enforce U.S. certain laws, Yoho, whose district consists a close one month after one of the and Furious was," Yoho wrote in "To the extent that there;
The articles accuse Holder including the Defense of of all or parts of 13 north Florida weapons ATF was tracking was an email, "the Attorney General's are concerns about policy!
of refusing to comply with a Marriage Act, the Controlled counties including Clay, Bradford found at the scene of murdered handling of the aftermath showed differences that I might have with i
subpoena issued by the House Substances Act, and the Anti- and Union, said Holder's actions border patrol agent Brian Terry. he had little regard for the gravity certain members of Congress,:
Committee on Oversight and Drug Abuse Act of 1986. during a congressional investigation During its investigation of the of the situation. An American I'm not certain that rises to the
Government Reform on Oct. 12, The articles also say Holder of Operation Fast and Furious were operation, the House Committee border patrol agent lost his life. level of impeachment," he told'
2011, seeking information and failed to discharge his duties particularly disturbing. on Oversight and Government And instead of cooperating the newspaper.



NOTICE OF

ZONING CHANGE

The City Commission of the City of Lake Butler, Florida,
r 1 proposes to adopt the following ordinance to amend the text
of the City of Lake Butler Land Development Regulations,
hereinafter referred to as the Land Development
Regulations, affecting the lands within the corporate limits
of the City as shown in the map below, as follows:
LDR 13-03, an application by the City Commission, to
amend the text of the Land Development Regulations by
amending Section 4.2 entitled, Supplementary District
Regulations to add regulations for an indoor shooting
range; by amending Section 4.15.2 entitled, Permitted
Principal Uses and Structures, to allow gunsmith in the
"ILW" Industrial, Light and Warehousing zoning district;
by amending Section 4.15.5 entitled, Special Exceptions,
to allow an indoor shooting range and concealed weapons
classes as a special exception in the "ILW" Industrial,
Light anid Warehousing zoning district; by amending
Section 4.16.2 entitled, Permitted Principal Uses and
Structures, to al ow gunsmith in the "I" Industrial zoning
district; by amending Section 4.16.5 entitled, Special
Exceptions, to allow an indoor shooting range and
concealed weapons classes as a special exception in the
"I" Industrial zoning district.
CITY OF LAKE BUTLER



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Go-tiiA c' 1 "Ij a'i Ae L IThe first of two public hearings on the amendment and to
consider on first reading the ordinance adopting said
P i r amendment will be held on December 9, 2013 at 5:15 p.m.
in the City Commission Meeting Room, City Hall at 200
FR E MSouthwest First Street, Lake Butler, Florida. The title of said r
ordinance reads, as follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 2013-06
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF LAKE BUTLER,
FLORIDA, AMENDING THE TEXT OF THE CITY OF
To show you the amazing sparkle and shine of our LAKE BUTLER LAND DEVELOPMENT
exclusive NovaBright DiamondExcels, Lindenwold Fine REGULATIONS, PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION, .
Jewelers will send you a dazzling pair of NovaBright LDR '13-03, BY THE CITY COMMISSION,
DiamondExcel stud earrings, 4 ct. t.w., FREE *you pay PROVIDING FOR AMENDING SECTION 4.2
only $4.95 for shipping, handling, and insurance. ENTITLED, SUPPLEMENTARY DISTRICT :
The NovaBright DiamondExcel is the ONLY REGULATIONS TO ADD REGULATIONS FOR AN
diamond simulant cut with an amazing 106 facets; other INDOOR SHOOTING RANGE; PROVIDING FOR
simulants and eveh mined diamonds are cut with only eND S EcTIN 4E 2 NID e Do
58 facets. AMENDING SECTION 4.15.2 ENTITLED,
In special light testing, the DiamondExcel emitted PERMITTED PRINCIPAL USES AND STRUCTURES,
72% more sparkling light 'than a high-grade mined TO ALLOW GUNSMITH IN THE "ILW" -
diamond.. INDUSTRIAL, LIGHT AND WAREHOUSING
See for yourself.- the 106-facet, 4ct. t.w. Diamond- ZONING DISTRICT; PROVIDING FOR AMENDING
Excel earrings will outshine any jewelry you own. ON 415 ID E IN
Call Now 1-800-613-7231, only for the next 72 SECTION 4.15.5 ENTITLED, SPECIAL
hours. One pair per household. EXCEPTIONS, TO ALLOW AN INDOOR SHOOTING -
Offer Code: K1730 RANGE AND CONCEALED WEAPONS CLASSES
AS A SPECIAL EXCEPTION IN THE "ILW"
Colan Coody was this INDUSTRIAL, LIGHT AND WAREHOUSING
y s t aZONING DISTRICT; PROVIDING FOR AMENDING
year's guest speaker., CSECTION 4.16.2 ENTITLED, PERMITTED
PRINCIPAL USES AND STRUCTURES, TO ALLOW
aa weonw ;Uni'nfo itant to the #A 444 a GUNSMITH IN THE "T" INDUSTRIAL ZONING
( rIDISTRICT; PROVIDING FOR AMENDING SECTION
4.16.5 ENTITLED, SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS, TO
ALLOW AN INDOOR SHOOTING RA GE AND
CONCEALED WEAPONS CLASSES AS A SPECIAL
EXCEPTION IN THE "'T INDUSTRIAL ZONING
Looking for a new job, DISTRICT; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY;
a second job or a REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT;
as rn cPROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE

dates. Any interested party shall be advised that the date, time
and place of any continuation of the public hearing shall be
YOUR DECISION REGARDING WHO WILL HELP announced during the public hearing and that no further
D Wnotice concering the matter will be published. ,
CARE FOR YOUR LOVED ONE IS IMPORTANT Atthe aforementioned public hearing, all interested persons
may appear and be heard with respect to the amendment and
the ordinajnce adopting the amendment on the date, time and
place as stated above.
flur room rnat is $0 per monrthk Copies of the amenqmentandtheordinanceadoptingsaid
OuI Io LU ra te is $2650 p Ir mo l amendment are available for public inspection at the Office
of the City Manager, City Hall located at 200 So~uthwest First

*Assessment of each individual's needs and abilities is required before admitting. All persons are advised that, if they decide to appeal any
decision made at the public hearingthey will need a record
Check the classifieds first for of the proceedings and, for such purpose, they may need to
tensure that a verbatim rectrd of the proceedings is made,
the hoest complete, upto-dat Located in Downtowrn Star ke .which record includes the testimony and evidence upon
employment listings in the L a d ntoS rk which the appeal is to bitbsed.
area. ext to Wainwright P rk Persons with disabilities rquesting reasonable
Call Cathey Pitts, Administrator, For Directions accommodations to participate in this proceeding should
contact 352.463.3169 (Voice & TDD) or via Florida Relay
S(904) 964-2220 Service 800.955.8771 ,





B Section Thursday, Nov. 28, 2013 FEATURES
r CRIME
A SOCIALS
REG IO N A WS OBITUARIES
G10vN NA .iW iA EDITORIAL
NEWS FROM'BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION



Tigers' season ends with 30-20 loss to Dixie County
BY CLIFF SMELLEY the second half en route to outgained the Tigers 348-147 Union head coach Ronny Pruitt points in the quarter, two were
Staff Writer winning the Class IA-Region and held Union to 30 yards said. "They deserved to win." on a safety, which ultimately
Union County High School 4 championship 30-20 on Nov. rushing. All four of the Bears' The Tigers (10-2) had no produced another six points
took advantage of four first- 22 in Cross City. touchdowns covered at least 18 chance to build upon their in the fourth quarter as the
half turnovers to lead by one at Dixie, which will travel yards, with two covering 40 lead as their offense ran just Bears put together a 60-yard
the half, but host Dixie County to play Trenton in a state yards or more. three plays in the third quarter.
outscored the Tigers 18-7 in .semifinal on Friday, Nov. 29, "They outplayed us tonight," Though Dixie scored only five See TIGERS, 8B





Casey Driggers
(foreground) celebrates
with teammate Austin
Dukes after intercepting a ...
pass.


DAR chapter
celebrates
Christmas,.
anniversary
Dec. 2
The Col. Samuel Elbert
Chapter, National Society
Daughters of the American
Revolution, will be celebrating
Christmas and the chapter's 28th
anniversary -on Monday, Dec. 2,
at 10:30 a.m. at the fellowship
hall of Keystone Heights United
Methodist Church.
The program will consist
of Emily Martinsen, NSDAR
quilt museum docent, and
the Keystone Heights United
Methodist Church bell ringers,
followed by a covered-dish
luncheqn and business meeting.
SAny woman 18 years of age or
older, regardless of race, religion
or ethnic background, who can
prove direct descent from a
person who aided iti achieving
Aiieficanri inf&ddifd'ence dtiring
the period between April 19,
1775, and Nov. 26, 1783, is
eligible for membership.
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B Hard work, patience pay off for local barrel racer
BY CLIFF SMELLEY They have the same build, jinx herself. Family and friends
Staff Writer for example, which allowed finally convinced Goetzman to
Goetzman to continue using the get ready because she was still in
Diane Goetzman has cried same tack she used with Dee: the lead when the race got down
plenty over her ho rse, Ze Quick When it comes to competition, to the last five horses.
Lad but what were once tears neither horse would be "I was in shock:' Goetzman
of frustration became tears considered the fastest in the said. "I kept waiting for them to
of joy after winning the 5D arena, Goetzman said. However, call me and say, 'No, they made.
championship at the National both horses are what Goetzman a mistake.'"
Barrel Horse Association World w di t whas
Barrel Horsre Association World describes as "honest." No mistake. When it was all
Show in Perry, Ga., in October. "They go out there and give said and done, Ze Quick Lady
eWhat Goetzman's win you 100 percent every time or claimed the 5D championship
of effort that at o ne time seemed more,:' she said. "It was just exciting for me
of effort that at one time seemed Goetzman didn't devote as because she came such a Ion*
pointless. much time as she normally way," Goetzman said.
Mary Gustus and James I cried allGoetzman summer (of 2012), would to barrel events this year. Besides prize money,
McBride Goetzman said. "Last month, I
crid G fore joy." mShe didn't place in enough shows Goetzman won the use of
Goetmo n hase bto qualify for the 2013 NBHA a 4 Star trailer for a year, a
ustus, quite a ride-a rideen on a horse World Show, but riders may Cactus Saddle, a pair of Ton,
a quite a ride-a ride on a horse also buy wild cards to compete, Lama boots and belt buckles
iVI0 c'ridem t o 1that initially gave her buyer's ^w ---
McBride to that initially gave her buyer's which is what Goetzman did. for making the finals and
remorse. Despite rocking a couple of winning her division, as well as
wed Dec. 7 "when I got her, she was what barrels that somehow managed miscellaneous supplies.
we call a blown-up barrel horse:' to stay upright, Ze Quick Lady Whatever future success
Mary Gustus of Gainesville Goetzman said. "In other words, was performing well in her Goetzman and Ze Quick Lady
and James McBride of Starke she didn't want to go into the Diane Goetzman is pictured with Ze Quick Lady. The division. have together remains to be see,
announce their upcoming arena. She did not want to turn duo won the 5D championship at the National Barrel "I knew I was winning the fifth but the world championship ha
wedding on Dec. 7,2013. a barrel. Horse Association World Show. division for a while:'," Goetzman Goetzman excited about what
The bride is the daughter of "It was horrible. I was actually said. "I got nervous. I went back may come. A horse that once
Carlton and Debra Thomas, and wondering what I had gotten never gave up. As the months her," Goetzman said. to the trailer. I couldn't watch." seemed hopeless now draw'
Carlton and Debra Thomas, and m3-e7 thtoe trisr In couldn't watch." 25 h l no draw
Edith Gustus, all of Gainesville. my self into. went by, she began noticing a During the four years prior Goetzman's family and favorable comparisons to the one
Th ust Upon seeing the horse in change in Ze Quick Lady. to obtaining Ze Quick Lady, friends kept asking her if she that preceded it.
The groom is the son of person, Goetzman said she "I found patience that I never Goetzmn -rode a horse named was getting dressed for the after- "It's like I got my old horse
DeWayne and LaTanya McBride wasn't going to buy her, but her in my life have had" Goetzman Dee. In Dee, Go'tzman had a show pictures, but she said she back, just younger:' Goetzman
of Starke. husband, Tim, talked her into it. said. "It paid off." horse that won his division just hadn't because she didn't want to said.
The wedding will take place "He doesn't even like horses, Goetzman said she felt about every time'out, with the
:at the St. Peter Baptist Church Goetzman said,"but he liked her comfortable taking Ze Quick biggest win coming in an NBHA
mi Archer on Dec. 7, 2013 for some reason. Ladyto shows approximately six state show.
iat 5:00 p.m. The ceremony What followed was a summer monthsafteracquiring her. "He put me at the pay window ri a n re
is to be performed by. Rev. filled with days of just sitting In essence, Ze Quick Lady every time:'" Goetzman said.
Freeman Gallman. The theme on Ze Quick Lady in an effort came to trust Goetzman. Dee is white; Ze Quick Lady
for the wedding is "Winter to get her to relax and to trust "It seemed like when she is black. In all other aspects,
Wonderland. The reception will Goetzman. Though she admitted heard my voice, it would relax though, they're quite similar.
take place immediately after she cried every day, Goetzman
the ceremony in the Church Walt Dis Jennifer Lawrence in
.multipurpose building.
The .,couple will" reside in 4th annual ment.) Admission is $7 for adults and
ZStarke. -The deadline to enter the pag- $5 for 17 and under. Children 5 H
Miss Bradford eant is Jan 4. Entry forms may and under are admitted free. PG PG-13
be obtained via email. Please Prizes for contestants, are as F 700,910 PG 800
Fest to take send email requests to thorn99@ follows: $1,000 for first place, sat 4.5u 700 Sun,530
embarqmail.com. $300 for second place and $200 Wed-Thurs 730 Wed-Thur, 7:15
place. Jan. 18 Miss Bradford Fest funds San- for third place. In addition, the, --
ta Fe College scholarships, for top thie& will participate in final
The fourth annual Santa Fe Bradford County students. auditions April 18 for a chance :
S College Miss, Bradford Fest, For more information, please to perform at the 2014 Suwannee
Swhich is open to .ages 4-22, is call Lisa Tatum at 904-966-1514 River Jam as well as receiving a
scheduled for Jan. 18 at the Brad- or Brenda Thorntoh at 904-364- radio opportunity with WEAG.
ford High School auditorium at 7 8266. The first-place individual will
,p.m. also be invited perform at a May
Contestants will compete. in 17 Santa Fe College concert. a
Western wear, talent, party dress, Bradford The deadline for participants i
on-stage question categories in For more infrmatnon entry
the follwing age divisiees and requiremens, plee
ie MIS.m:h.... S t fcontact, Cheryl ,eCan' ova atsI the 0 G; P
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher and 13-17 (Teen Miss) and gradat- for Jan. 25 santaeco.Anrewscenter n
Samantha Flanders from St. ing high school seniors-22 years at chry canova@sfcollege.edu
Augustine announce the birth of old (Miss). The winner of the The annual Bradford Fest or 352-395-4410.
daughterChlo- n lands Miss division could win a two- Talent Showdown is scheduled All profits will go toward
on July 18, 2013 in Orange Park. year Santa Fe College sphoI- for Jan. 25, 2014, at 6 p.m. funding Santa Fe College
Maternal grandparents are arship. (Must meet eligibility at the Bradford High School scholarships fotlBradfordCounty.a
Maternal grandparentsc reequirements for college enroll- auditorium students.
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vern and JohnM nSchmidt all of CARS, TRUCKS, SUVs AS LOW AS...
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Mark Flanders of Palatka and
Jeanette Hall of St. Augustine
Paternal, great-grandparents are
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Deloris Conner: still stylin' at 94 in downtown Lake Butler

BY CLIFF SMELLEY said. "We were always hungry The Conners in Starke and I'm not a man. I'm not going t6
Staff Writer when we got in from school. You Union County are related to mow with that mower."
Numerous hairstyles have know, that cane filled us up." those Conners in Georgia. They Yet if one spends any time
ome and gone sine 958, but Her brothers were always really are." with Conner, he or she would no
come and gone since 1958, but
one constant during the last 55 providing food for the dinner Civils is 15 years younger doubt believe that if it was up to
years has been Deris Conner table. They'd go out and kill than Conner. Conner said her her, she'd still be mowing those
who is still helping customers rabbits, squirrels, quail and dove. thought at the time was. "Well. 3 acres with the little Snapper
achieve the look"W they want e ate everything but a I' have someone to take care of mower she used to use. To put it'
at Delris' Beauty Shop in crow and a skunk," Conner me when I get old." simply, Conner does not want to..
downtown Lake utler. said. "Mama never did cook any Well., as it turned out, Conner slow down. Yes, there are things
No matter what aches and crow, and she never did cookany is still going'strong. She not only she used to do that she can't
pains she may wake up with, skunk, but she cooked everything still gets up and goes to work, .anymore, but she said she'll
Connr goes throuh her day else." but continues to cook, clean continue to do the things she can,
outine like the rest of the As a high school student, house and do laundry. When one "to keep me going, to keep me
wvorking class, though there Conner would finger wave or pin of her customers told her she alive." That includes still driving
:can't be many members of that curl other girls' hair during their was giving up driving because into Lake Butler and opening the
orking class who are doing it at lunch break. she was 80, Conner responded door to Deloris' Beauty Shop.
woing class "Then they had curls for Ddloris Conner considers herself "blessed" to be by saying that was no excuse. "I am not going to walk otit
Conn4 years though, has never age. Sunday morning church," working at the age of 94. She still drives herself to her When she was 80, Conner was that door until I can't walk bacl.
iven serious thought toretring. Conner said, adding, "I didn't beauty shop at 25 N. Lake Ave. In Lake Butler. mowing 3 acres at home. in," Conner said. "When I get to
Work is something she enjoys, even think about going to beauty Conner said she doesn't mow the point that I can't get up and
and something she enjoysli school at that time. I was just has factored into her longevity. Vivian Whitehead passed anymore, though. get down here, then I will stop.
And she enjoys the socialization. doing hair because I liked it." However, Conner and her away at the age of 84 on Aug. 8 "I haven't mowed since my Until then, I'm going to come to
ple make it a point to simply Yet Conner wound up having father didn't quite see eye to eye It's the same story for so many husband bought a Gravely the beauty shop.
S"If I as home I wouldn't one of the Bradford High School oneveythng. who were Conner's customers, commercial mower," Conner "The beauty shop is what
have that," sad Conner, who class of 1937 senior prophecies "Daddy didn't even believe yet some of them get one last said, adding that she told her keeps me going-that and the
.lives in Raiford with her husband, that came true. Hers was that she in dancing" Conner said. "I'd styling from Conner, who helps husband, "That is a big piece of people. I love people."
Wivesle Civils "Ther husextthind, wanted to be a hair stylist. sneak off and go dancing, but'I out at Archer Funeral Home. machinery. It's for a man, and
'd besley Civils. The ind g, It was at the age of 19 that -didn't let him know about it. I "I feel like .I'm doing
*I'd be doingd up anothing, and then Connermarriedherfirsthusband: loveddancing." something good for somebody
d wind up at Windsor Manor K.D. Conner. As for her love of hair, Conner who needs my 'help," Conner
(Nursing Home). "King David was his name addressed that by going to a said. "The families are always
Then, showing off her sense Conner said. "Can you imagine vocational school in Jacksonville. grateful I do (their loved ones')
of humor, on eror haming a child 'King David?' The first shop :she worked ini, hair because I know how their
rDelorisho Nursing Hom." cl Conner said she met K.D. at which was across the street from hair looked when. they were
Sonner, though, does not FirstBaptist Church of Raiford, where her current shop (25 N. alive."
ppConner, though, doe s anywhere which she's still a member of Lake Ave.) is, belonged to Dorrie O f course, being 94, Conner-
ppclo s e to needing assistanywhce to today. The church, which she McLkod. Conner worked as an who has nine. grandchildren,
oset through th e day. She's had joined in 1937 has been such intern for a year. McLeod then three great-grandchildren and
t major health issues andsd oinda big part of her.family. Her left to open a shop at her home, three great-great-granchildren-
ohe can't even remember thealth issues and parents and K.D.'s parents leaving Conner to work at what has seen family members pass
he cas t time she had so much as a went there, plus. Conner's three would become Deloris' Beauty as well, including four of her
ast time she had so huch as a children--erlad, Deanna and Shop. brothers and two of her children.
kold. She has had to have several Hilda- ent there.anna and Conner 'said some of her Her husband, K.D:,died in 1975.
kin cancers removed and h became such an customers today are people who Conner said she didn't think
, eriodically receives injections Church became
ocombat macular degenerations important part of Conner's life started seeing her in 1958.As you she'd ever remarry, but at the age
oan eye disease. Howeveration, she i thanks to her father. For Wayne might expect, she has built many of 62, she did just that, marrying
m 2e/20 isione. HBloodsworth, that's what Sunday relationships: over the years. In Wesley Civils.
swas all about. fact, she doesn't think of many "He was working at a filling. ...
"Im just blessed," said "You ent to church, prayer of her customers as customers. station in Lake City," Conner
Cvork in her 1993 Fleetwood meeting and Sunday school" "They're like family'. Conner said. "He was servicing my,
adillac:"I know that am," Conner said. "Those are three said. car. Every time I needed a dar
Blse witnh o hat and things you did. On Sunday, you Take. Vivian Whitehead, for serviced, I went up there..We got
didn't do anything but go to example. Conner said Whitehead acquaintedi started dating and
lessed to be doiig something church" was like a sister to her, and she got married."
'he loves. t Her father was strict, Conner can remember when Whitehead The two got married in
y life,"e she said. said, but she's thankful he was. would come to the shop with her Georgia, where a familiar name
Life for Connerbegan on a"He spoke out against drinking young son, Jerry, who' is now the did the honors.
,fr f nner began 'hn a alcohol and using tobacco, and Union County Sheriff. Conner "Judge Conner. married us:"
rm i t h Conner refrained from both, said little Jerry would git in his Conner said. "His name was
ag born to Warren and Elizabeth which she.can't help but believe mote lap and begiConner not 'Conner.' Isn't that somethig?
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Letter writers BHS teacIher over breeding. This is a problem At times,I felt like this wasn't make yours. Thank you again, Bradford
that has baffled our current the place for me. Its simple, I I would like to thank all the County.
iupporting responds to scientific knowledge. Our hope wasn't a nurse. I was told, many residents of Windsor Manor Betty Warren
for a more humane world begins times, when a resident passed Nursing Home, for all that you
'agendas' as concerns over with empowering our students away it wasn't easy. This would gave me. Lots of stories that I. .
today. be where most of their lives can now share and many, many Abortion is
well in Lawtey? cat dissection Respectfully, would end. I never got use to it, memories. I have learnt how to
Dr. Linda Ricker even knowing its what we call laugh again, to appreciate the proof that
Dear Editor: Dear Editor: Master of Teaching Arts. the circle of life. little things and it is all because
woDearuld like to respond t I would like to reply to the Doctor of Veterinary There is nothing like looking of each one of you. racism exists
letters wouritten last week by John letter written regarding the Medicine into the eyes of an elderly person. Bobbie Hardin Hall
and Barbara Mercier. use of dissection in Bradford Some are so child-like with that Joli Cheveux Salon and Spa Dear Editor:
It seems in their letters that High School's Anatomy and ob little sparkle. Some you see There is a way to completely
they want to support the current Physiology laboratory. Temporary job sadness and others like Marie neutralize all of the civil
mm'bers of the Lawtey City It is wonderful to have parents becomes lif- Scheer, if she could have I think rights gains made by African-
Council. All they have is praise with strong interests in their shewould have gotten up andran shows American citizens in ths
for the current council and only children's education. It is also changing event through the halls free as a bird ity country over the past sixty years
negative information given to good to have a strong respect for hanging evin flight. generosity in or so; ahd it's being utilized to
those that oppose them. What animals. I think you can see their souls. the fullest. You can legally deny
good have the current members As the high school anatomy Dear Editor: Holding their hands, so fragile, helping feed black Americans the right to
of the Council done? At the end and physiology teacher at One morning on my way to so petite. Lines of hard work vote, to have equal housing and
of the article Mercier stated that Bradford High School, I would work, I received a phone call. A along their hands down to their those in need job opportunities, and a quality
the City of Lawtey has plenty of first like to explain that these local nursing home was needing fingertips. education. Simply, promote and
problems already. Did the new specimens were not purchased a hair stylist to fill in for a short Doris Rudolph with her hats, Dear Editor: encourage the abortion of black
candidates create these problems with taxpayer dollars. Instead time. I was asked if I could do it. and glitter polish along with her- The people and business babies.
or the current Council members? they were purchased with monies Without hesitation I said yes. sister Agnes Wainwright. Two of Bradford County are The founder of Planned -
It seems that the Merciers want from the Bradford Education My thoughts were, summer is sisters you could find visiting one undoubtedly the most generous Parenthood-the organizatidn
to criticize the past maintenapce Foundation Grant which I slow and I needed to step away another talking about anything. I people of any community. Even which annually commits more
worker for not doing a good applied for 'and was awarded. from .the everyday business told my own sister, that will be us in these hard times, they have abortions in this country than
job, yet praise the current Street These educators and community owner. It was only two days a one day, and it makes me laugh. realized there are others who any other organization-was by a
and Maintenance Department leaders saw the value in allowing week. Easy money...this is where They are all so 'beautiful and may not have enough to eat, or woman who believed in this very
head council member for doing students. to have specimens that my story begins. easy to love. at this time of the year, have idea.
an outstanding' job while in have classically been used in As I walked through the doors My temporary job ended being enough to have'a special meal. If alive today, Margaret
office. The Merciers' were not higher anatomy and physiology of Windsor Manor, a place very a year long. In that year, I have Generous donations have filled Sanger would surely beam
even living in Lawtey when Mr. classes worldwide, By awarding familiar to me, I was excited for watched some 'go home to live our coffers so that.we can meet upon learning that 1) over 60%
Phillips retired almost eight- this grant, our foundation has my new, but temporary job. A with family and some who pass the needs of those people and of all abortion clinics in our
years ago. If the streets are a given our students an opportunity lot of familiar faces greeted me. on to what I believe is a place generous donations have allowed nation are located in minority
potholed cow path as stated then to learn anatomy under current Familiar because my mother has where they are young again, us to provide 400+ holiday neiglborhoods, 2) while black
whybelongs, not put the blamest worker that standards of the best practices worked there for 23 years. Also, Free from sickness, laughing and meals for families. A friend who women make up about 14%
has belongs, not on pasretired f worears in education according to the my Nana resided there in her last dancing again, lives up north for half the year of our female child bearing
If thecounciperson over the National Science Foundation. days. Above all else, it changed helped distribute the food for population, they have 30%: of
water Depar cotment is don over suc It is also important to clarify The day was hectic, trying me. I have always been a caring Thanksgiving. She was awed by the abortions, 3) over 1200 black
great job why. have there been that no felines were euthanatized to fall into the scheduling of person, but it made me truly what the community had donated babies are exterminated every
numerous fire hydrants non- for the purpose of this laboratory. showers, therapy, lunch.and some believe, our time on earth counts. in the way of funds and food. day in our greatnation,4) over 15
functional for the past eight Instead, the specimens came residents wasn't sure about "the Make a difference, love each We provided at least 3 meals million babies have been killed
years. Why since 2008 when from a reputable company which new girl." But I survived day one. other because you may not have for 515 families last month. This byabortion since 1973,5)
outside agencies advised the chooses its specimens from Day two, I asked myself what had tomorrow. Take the-time to hold last week, we provided food for the number one cause of death in
City that they had reached its cats already euthanatized in an I gotten into, and remembered I that door open for someone or a 171 families. I know it is hard to the black community is abortion,
.maximum capacity in water animal shelter. It is estimated was not a quitter, I was going to simple hello with a smile. You feed our own families, but keep and 6) because of abortion, the
distribution that the City has that 3.7 million cats and dogs are make this thing work. never know how much that niay your eyes open and when you see black population in this country
continued to install water meters euthanatized each year in animal Weeks went by and I figured make a person's day. a bargain, pick up an extra one has been reduced by 33%
and make water connections. shelters (American Humane out how to work between the If you have elderly people in and donate it to the food pantry. has bee n reduced by 33%w
Why the inconsistency in Association) and if a handful of residents busy schedules and your life, stop from the hustle We will continue to distribute if you know someone who
turning off the water of citizens these animals can contribute to started to enjoy my new job. Not and bustle. Take a moment, sit holiday meals through Christmas denies the existence of racism
for past due water bills. People the education of our youth then knowing my new job would end down and listen. Let them teH as long as donations continue to in our land, just haul them off
have had water turned off for it seems a worthy investment in up being so much more. you stories even if you've heard come in. God bless the generous, to the nearest abortion mill and
water bills definquent anywhere our future; Being with them, I got. to it'one hundred times. If you're wonderful people of Bradford watch who is coming and going.
from one to four months. Why All life forms are valuable, enjoy so many stories. I met war bored go visit your grandparents. County. Though there are too The "womb. lynching" will be in
so early on some and the delay and. each species is uniquely veterans and wives of veterans. If you don't have any, go visit many to thank personally, progress. It's perfectly legal and
on others. Where is the equality suited to the learning task of the One couple Mr. Vann and his someone else's. I have an idea, go Salvation Army is now rifiging even supported by many black
and justice in this practice? One student. Cats were chosen as they lovely wife, Annita. visit a nursing home. Volunteer bells to collect money. They "leaders."
person was delinquent for five are a-classic learning specimen He was a pilot in WWII. He or just walk through the halls donated a large number of the Leonard C. Young
months and not turned off. What in the field of anatomy due to comes to visit his bride and she giving hugs and smiles. Not only hens we gave for Thanksgiving, Retired teacher
gives? Is it who the people know their exquisite musculature. As a looks at him so loving. Always will it make their day, it may so.your money does'stay locally. Keystone Heights
that warrants that response? community veterinarian and also making sure he has his jacket.
Mrs. Mercier stated in her letter a long term volunteer in animal Inez Shaw, who was on the
that some of the new candidates shelters, Ihave dedicated my life Newlywed Game. Millie Smith,
are supporting theirown or other .to the welfare of these beloved who rd Pente go
people's agenda. All she does is animals. I wish to instill a deep and didn't like-for'you to call her . .
and erk nid.at nw ount respect in my students for all life Ms. She says" I'm just Millie".
and Clerk d anddat ht o also want to prepare my Rebecca Hardy was a beautiful Starke V eterinary Clinic
ever sitting down and speaking students as best I can for success artist, with shaking hands still SMALL & LARGE ANIMAL HEALTH SERVICES i
to obtain their views and whidates in the field of science, not only would love to paint a picture.
they would like to accomplishif in veterinary medicine, but the One worhen who continues- to
elected. It seems that in her letter basis of all health and natural nurture by holding her baby doll Dr. Art Riley
to the editor she is supporting science as well. Equipped with she loves so much and would '
other people's agenda and that is this experience,'they can better always tell me about her daddy, Surgeries Dentistry
the agenda of the current council navigate, choices and give back Geneva Whitehead. There are Vaccinations X-Rays
members and has gotten only. to the world and welfare of our even a few that walked the halls 4 Ultra Sound Health Exams.
information from those she is beloved animals.' being caretakers and nurses, Pvntativ Health Care
supporting and what they want to I also respect each student Peggy'Kirk and Joyce Norman, Preventative Health Care
be heard, will experience the laboratory now being nursed. Large Animal Services also
Mrs. Mercier speaks that some dissection differently. Athough I was in history class every provided with Mobile Unit (Inteeton of ffs Loop &.E. SR-100)<
of the people are living in the students will process their Wednesday and Thursday. Times under Dr. Jennifer Frank 904-9645569 Ii & SR-100)
past.yet she voices objection- to sensitivities differently, all have changed, from the price of Lunder Dr, Jennifer Frank9. 4-. Starke, FL V
some positive change presented. students' learning processes will gas, bread, houses and cars. I ~ 4 ,
It seems that her agenda is to be respected and every attempt was taught how to bake goodies
maintain status quo even though to suit each student will evolve as and can food. My job had
she voices the need to progress the class progresses. I encourage become so much more than just
and move ahead into the 21st all parents to directly contact and a hairdresser. I was just a woman
century. 'work with your child's teacher to that spent time with lots of
All candidates were personally help in that design. grandmas and grandpas. Sharing
invited to attend a political rally The real tragedy we face stories, making them smile
on NOv. 23rd to meet with all in -this county is the needless and feel good. How rewarding,
citizens of Lawtey to ,state their destruction of these animals that because I also was receiving the
platform and answer. questions. are being euthanatized due to same.
Only four of the new candidates
attended and only one current
Council member attended
though he was not up for re-
election even though it was open
to everyone. Are they afraid to j
.respond to the citizens questions
in an open forum?
In closing I feel that if Lawtey
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accident and driving with a sus- Nov. 19 by Clay deputies for by Union deputies for reckless of an accident with property
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Slton Bass Kingsport is serving the family of he attended Emory University at Commerce, being the first person in Church on State Road 21, Keystone Nov. 27 at Archie Tanner Funeral
Elton Bass Bea Bement. Oxford in Covington, Ga. earning the Chambers history to serve three Heights. Services with Pastor Roman Alvarez
LAKE BUTLER- Elton PAIDOBITUARY an AA degree in 1948. He then terms as President. He was President A private interment for 'officiating.
\oodrow Bass, 79, of Lake Butler transferred to the University of and State Vice President of the immediate family only will be at Arrangements are under the care
died Thursday. Nov. 21, 2013, Florida where he attended until Jaycees. He was also Chairman a later time. In lieu of flowers, the and direction of Archie Tanner
surrounded by his family at Shands Estella Buryiak 1949. In 1950 he served on active of the Region IX Coordinating family requests donations to the Funeral Services, Starke. Visit
University of Florida Medical STARKE-Estella Baxley duty with the Naval Reserve for one Council of Santa Fe Community Florida United Methodist Children's archietannerfuneralservices.com to
Center, after a brief illness. He was Buryiak 60, of Starke died year and then continued to serve in College from 1984 to 1992. He Home, P.O. Box 6299, Deltona, FL sign the family's guest book.'904-
born in Gilchrist County and lived Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013 at her the Naval Reserve (inactive) from has been awarded numerous times 32728. Arrangements are by Jones- 964-5757.
in Lake Butler for the last 24 years. residence. She was born in Orange 1950 to 1958. throughout his lifetime for his Gallagher Funeral home of Starke. PAIDOBITUARY
He was the son of the late Hansford Park on May 26, 1953 to the late Upon completion of his active service and his commitment and On-line condolences may be left at
B. Bass-and Clodia Waters Bass. He Harry and Geneva (Wilkinson) duty with the Naval Reserve, he involvement in the community www.jonesgallagherfh.com. ll
retiredfromShaddTruckingandisa Baxley and was a longtime area enrolled back into the University' He was on the Board Division 9 PAIDOBITUARY Nellie W heeler
member of the Baptist Church. He is resident. Prior to retirement she of Florida where he completed his Planning Council, and received STARKE- Nellie Bell Thomas
an Army Veteran. worked as a dispatcher for the college education and received a the Chamber of Commerce's Good Wheeler, age 87, of Starke passed
He is survived by: his wife of 53 Walt's Wrecker Service. Bachelor of Science in Business Government Award in 1995. He away Thursday,. Nov. 21, 2013 at
years, Joyce Hines Bass; daughters, Memorial services are pending. Administration in 1952. has received rlumerous awards Windsor Manor Nursing Home.
Joyce Dollar of Bell, Annette Interment will be at a later After graduation ,from the and certificates of appreciation Mrs. Wheeler was born on Feb. 14,
'Castner of Brooker, Joanne (Gene) date in Long Branch Cemetery. University of Florida, he went to from the City Parks & Recreation 1926 in Davidson County, Tenn. to
Raulergon of Lake Butler, Brenda Arrangements are under the care of work for his father at the Charley E. Department, the Bantam Baseball the late John Warren and Ada Overa
(Jerry) Suggs of Lake Butler, and Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home of Johns Insurance Agency in Starke Program, the Dixie Youth Baseball, (Haley) Thomas and moved to Starke
Judy Smith of Lake Butler; ons, Starke. and he managed the Starke Ice and Gateway Girls Scout Council. in 1950 from Tennessee. Nellie was
Tony E. (Wendy) Jordan of Lake Company that his father owned. He actively supported the FFA,
Butler, Danny R. Bass of Lacrosse, In 1954 Phillips Petroleum 4-H, the High-Q Club, Toys for a homemaker and a Batist. She was
Terry (Wanda) Bass Lake Butler, Sherre Logan Company moved into the state of Tykes, and was a business partner at preceded in death by: hpr husband,
Wilbur White oa f Tennessee; sister, HEIGHTS--Sherre Florida and he joined the company Starke Elementary School. He was a Herchel Fred Wheeler, Sr.
Georgia Mae Stanley of Bell; KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Sherre as a petroleum Jobber serving the member of Florida Blue Key and he son Herchel Fred Wheeler, Jr.
25 grandchildren and 48 great- Ann Logan, 33, of Keystone Heights as a petroleum Jobber, Union, reeived the Florida Blue Key and he Survivors are: hr sons, Jesse
grandchildren, died Sunday, Nov. 17, 2013 at the ay and parts of Duval County The Leadership Award B Wheeler, Paul (Pam) Wheeler,
Funeral services were held Nov. Shands at Starke Hospital from petroleum company went on to build At age 48, Jerome was in a freak James (Cindy) Wheeler all of
24, in the Chapel of Archer Funeral injuries she had sustained in an a bulk plant and service stations in accident on Crystal Lake where he Starke, and Donald (Linda) Wheeler
Home, with Rev. Richard Harrison automobile accident. She was born Starke.He then built and acquired lost a leg. During treatment after of Keystone Heights. She is also
officiating. Burial will follow at a in Gainesville on Oct. 8, 1980, and Starke. He ther stations and n umerou s o ther the acciden t h e was placed in after survived by: eleven grandchildren
later date. Archer Funeral Home is had worked with her family in the commercial businesses for kerosene Hyperbaric Chamber for treatment. and numerous greatgrandchildren
in charge of arrangements.. tiling and flooring business. She and diesel fuel accounts in the area. The Hyperbaric Chamber at Shands and great-great-grandchildren.
wason, Ronnie Lee Johnson; and her In 1972 he sold the business. He Teaching Hospital was like an old Services were held in the
moter Laura Logan. was active in the 1960's with the fashioned "iron lung" where doctors Dewitt C. Jones Chapel of Jones-
She is survived byt her husband Florida Petroleum Association, and or nurses could not go in and out of Dorothy Sweat Gallagher Funeral Home on Nov.
of 5 years, Adam Williams; two was president of the association in the chamber. During this experience 2 nermen oowe in rosy
children Logan Aaron Williams 1976. He also served as President he learned that Shands Teaching Dorothy Sweat Lake Cemetery with Reverend
and Makayla Angel Williams her of the Florida Petroleum Marketers Hospital had a Hyperbaric Chamber Gene Bass officiating. The family
father, James T. Logan; brother Association twice. He was honored that had been donated by NASA STARKE-Dorothy "Polly" wishes to express a special thank
J.T. Logan, III; uncle, James T with the Silver Service. Award from that had the capability of allowing Wilson Starling Sweat, age 75, of you to the staff of Windsor Manor
(Tammy) Logan, Jr.; aunt, Kathy the Association in 1963. doctors and nurses to go in and out Starke went home to be with the Lord Nursing Home for their kind and
(Jack). Padgett; and mother-in-law From 1960 thru 1968 he served on of the Chamber to assist a patient; on Nov. 23, 2013, at her residence gentle care of Miss Nellie. In lieu
Judith Bunner. the Board of County Commissioners however, the 'Teaching Hospital surrounded by her family. She was of flowers contributions may be
Funeral services were Nov. 22' for Bradford County. During his did not have the funds to install it. born in Talladega, Ala. on Dec. 30, made to Haven Hospice, 4200
in the Jones-Gallagher Funeral time as Chairman of the Board he While Jerome was recovering he 1937 to the late Frank Wilson and NW 90th Blvd, Gainesville, FL
Home Chapel. Pastor Steve Conner encouraged the Board to build a petitioned the State Legislature to Bertha Lee Pitts Wilson. Polly was 32606. Arrangements are by Jones-
of Fresh Start Fellowship Church new courthouse. He served in many provide an appropriation to install a homemaker for many years and Gallagher Funeral Home of Starke
officiating and the burial followed various positions in the county and the Hyperbaric Chamber. He -was will be missed by all that knew her. 904-964-6200. On-line condolences
at the Keystone Heights Cemetery. continued to play an important part successful in getting the funding to Polly is preceded in death by her may be left atjonesgallagherfh.com.
Arrangements are under the care of in his community. install the Chamber. In appreciation previous husband, William "Bill" PAID OBITUARY
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home of. In 1968 Jerome founded a new for his efforts to secure funds for Starling, son, Donnie Joe Sweat, her
Keystone Heights. company called Gator Freightways the installation, the new Hyperbaric brothers, Willie Gene Wilson, and
and went into the trucking business. Chamber was dedicated as the Richard L. Wilson; and her sister,
He bought the Intra State Authority Jerome Johns Hyperbaric Facility Berta Mae Wilson.
of Ryder Truck Lines that was doing and is still in use at Shands Teaching Polly is survived by: her loving
Bea Bement a yearly business of $2 million Hospital. Two plaques are placed on husband of 45 years, JE Sweat, Sr. In memory of Sheria Michelle
in revenues, and he also went on the Hyperbaric Chamber that read: of Starke; her children, Loretta n, me Seia -Mc el
DINB PDRIIBanll :Bet I to build a network of terminals "The Jerome Johns Hyperbaric J. (Starling) Draper and John of Tyson, Dec. 21, 1962 -Nov. 25,
KINGSPORT-Born in throughout Florida with 16 major Facility In Appreciation of His Jacksonville, Charles "Charlie" 2012.
Jamestown, N.Y., on May 16, 1923, locations serving all of the State Concerns for Others" and "The Sweat and Linda of Starke, Linda It. was a Sunday a year ago
and surrounded by family and of Florida, and going from Florida Hyperbaric Facility has been made, G. (Starling) Williams and Hoagan that God called you home from
friends, our beloved mother, Bea to Atlanta. Jerome was successful possible with the aid of public and of Starke; JE Sweat, Jr. of Baxley, your suffering. You are never
Marie Bement (Bess Calco) 90, with this business and built it up to -private funds and is a joint endeavor Ga., William "Billy" Starling of
peacefully walked out of this life $20 million in revenue. He sold.this of the University of Florida and the Starke, Melody R.. (Starling) Hall far from our mind and you will
and into the arms of our Lord.and business in 1988. During his years National Aeronautics and Space and Robert of Melrose; her sisters, always be in our hearts. Loved
Savior on Saturday, Nov. 23,2013. in the trucking business he served Administration". The Hyperbaric Christine (Wilson) Medley. and and missed by many, gone but
On Dec. 31, 1943, she married as a member of the Florida Trucking Chamber has saved many lives Frankie (Wilson) Chappell; her never forgotten.
Tom Bement, the beginning of a 70 Association. He was selected "Man since, brothers, Jimmy Wilson, and Burks Rashay, Bobby and
year marriage. In 1960 they moved of the Year" by the Association in Jerome was an active member of Wilson; ten grandchildren and 16 Linda Hampton and Family,
to: Starke, where she raised her 1987, and in 1992 he was elected Keystone United Methodist Church. great-grandchildren and numerous Linda Hampton and Family,
family; working and retiring from Chairnian of the Board of the Funeral services were held Nov. nieces and nephews. Eddie and Bessie Tyson
Florida State Prison. Florida Trucking Association. 24 at the Keystone United Methodist Funeral services will be held Family and Hazel Thomas
-During retirement, Bea and In 1957 his father founded
Tom enjoyed traveling, which they Community, State Bank of Starke,
did mostly by car, well into their .and in 1964 .e.V.. wvs elected to t.. .9''.' 7*.';.. 1 7 77
eighties. the Board of Directors of the.Bank.
Eventually, they settled in In 1980 he was elected President.
Kingsport, Tenn. to be closer to their He served the bank as Chairman of
family. They made Preston Place Charley JohnS the Board and CEO.
Assisted Living their new home. Charley Johns Jerome was an avid outdoorsman
Much like everywhere Bea and Tom y and conservationist. He served from 0
visited, a lasting impression was STARKE-Charley Jerome the inception on the Board of theo O ur L oved o nes,
made on many hearts and they will Johns, age 85,. noted banker; Suwannee River Water Management m f
be greatly missed. s businessman, outdoorsman and District when he was appointed ld Fi d
Bea was preceded in death by her conservationist died peacefully on by Governor Rueben Askew. At
husband, Tom Bement; parents, Mr, Thursday, Nov. 21, 2013 at Shands the time of his appointment his
and Mrs. Ross Calco; three brothers, Starke after a long illness. background was in the business
Frank, Anthony, and Sebastian; and Jerome was born in the town of field. He took his knowledge of an te
as iter, Anna Calco. Baldwin on June 18, 1928, the son the principles of business and putursday is another Thanksgiving We should all
She is survived by: sons, of former Governor and Senator those principles to work for thes another Thanksgiving. We
Gary (Sylvia), and Greg (Tina); Charley E. and Thelma Brinson District. Durig his years of servic be giving thanks very day to our Lord and Savior,
daughter, Ter (Bob) Nicklin; six Johns. he helped to build a good staff of
grandchildren, Bret (Traci), Jared He is survived by: his beloved people to run the district. He helped for all the blessings and love He gives us every day.
(Mary Beth), Ian, Jordan', Loren wife of 56 years, Gere Howard acquire property, for all the blessings and love He gives us every day
(Misty) and Andy (Krist ten Johns; daughter, Debra (Frank major part in many of the ground a
great-grandchildren, Codi, Braylin, Williams) Johns of Pomona, Calif.; floor decisions of the Suwannee W ith all the rushing around that we do, sometimes
Chansey, Isaias, Gideon, Tobiah, son, Phillip (Linda), of Santa Fe River Water Management District.
siste, Ayden, Shae, and Trey; and a Lake; sister, Markley Ann Cash of He served as Vice-Chairman under We forget to let Him know how much He means to
A memorial service was held Nov. Starke; and seven grandchildren; Buddy Camp, and as Chairman
24in the Activities Room at Preston nine great grandchildren; one great- following Mr. Camp's retirement. us, and thank Him for all the blessings He gives us
Place Suites. great-grandchild, and many friends His goal always was to make certain
The family would like to thank all and associates. that the region had a good quality of each and every day
the staff of Preston Place Assisted Jerome was a friend and mentor life and had a good clean sustainable and every iay
Living and Amedisys Hospice for to many. water supply.
alt theirove and care for Be. In 1933 Jerome moved to He was an active member of the JUSt think where we would be without Him!! I want
'Donations in her memory would Starke, where his father worked Chamber of Commerce, the Florida
bet appreciated to Preston Place as a conductor for the Seaboard Sheriff's Association, and the to say to each of you Thank you for all your
Activities Dept., 2001 North John B. Railroad Company, who later Economic Development Authority
Dennis, Kingsport, TN 37660 or to opened an insurance agency. Jerome (where he was a successful in i
Amedisys Hospice, 116 Jack White grew up in Starke and attended bringing many new businesses to prayers, your love and your blessings during the past
Drive, Kingsport, TN 37664. school there from kindergarten the area); he served two terms as
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the animals that are most often ".More specifically, tidal
targeted. changes are caused when the
The insurgence of non- moon is dirbctly overhead/ :
native animals into the southern underfoot, or on the eastern or
United States-and especially western horizons at any select
Florida-in the last 20 or 30 time and place on earth. It
Outdoors saltwater front. Better red reports took their first trip to Aspen, years has greatly escalated the has long been known that the
oQutdoo s seem to indicate that they are Colo., this year,'and their party need for nuisance trappers. gravitational pull of the moon
OUtlOok grouping together in traditional was able to bag five elk. Brenda Whitfield and Neely indicate will not only pull 'the ocean's
winter numbers. Flounder size is and her daughter, Teresa Jerrels, that they receive requests to trap waters, but it will actually pull
CrOSshorn and getting smaller as the larger ones have nothing but good things to a variety of nuisance animals, the earth's land crust outward a
migrate to deeper water. The say about the cooked product. but the greatest demand comes foot or so. The four times daily
importance of sheepshead catch size,consistent Lloyd and Robert Allen.made from conflicts with coyotes. that the moon is in the noted
with winter tradition, is getting their yearly trip to Texas to hunt Whitfield is the founder positions are known as the two
feeding itmes larger. Surf reports indicate the lone star deer,and both were of Crosshorn Ministries, and John Whitfield elaborated major (overhead and underfoot)
that whiting and pompano are successful. each monthly meeting has an about a trapping issue and two minor (orn the eastern or
available from the beaches. outdoors topic presentation and while displaying a western horizons) feeding times
We are moving further into Hunting is wide open now that Crosshorn meeting also includes bible study. while displaying a by hunters and fishermen.
winter, but the temperature is not modern guns are permissible. bobcat fur at the Nov. It is also commonly accepted
always following. A little more The second phase of dove season covers trapping 21 Crosshorn Ministries by many outdoorsmen that the
decisiv.eness with the winter is now open through Sunday, Crosshorn Ministries held its The importance of meeting. impact of the moon's gravity
temperatures will probably kick Dec. 1. Squirrel season is open most recent monthly meeting on feedin times is enhanced when its position
the speck bite into action. Joey through March 2. The last day of Nov. 21, at the Starke Golf and feeding times professor at Northwestern coincides with the other two
Tyson of Bald Eagle Bait and antler-less deer season is Friday, Country Club. John Whitfield John Alden Knight,han University in Chicago during factors (sunup/sunset and full
Tackle reports that during the Nov. 29, and Mark Neely were the 1926, pblished a book that time, and he ordered a new moon). The tides are
last week one fisherman caught Hunting vacations are already presenting speakers on the topic established sunset and sunrise, sizable number of live oysters considerably higher when the
an 8-pound bass while crappie under way, with many of our of nuisance and fur trapping. the moon phase and the tides to be shipped to his lab from moon is overhead or underfoot
fishing, local residents traveling out 'Much of .both preseftations as the three most infuen coastal Connecticut. For about during full or new moon. The
Winter's transition seems west or up north to hunt the big centered on nuisance trapping, factors in catching fish. Since a week, the oysters continued tides that occur at this time are
to be more convincing on the deer. Brenda and Jerry Hulsey including regulations, rules and that time, the three factors have to open their shells at the very called spring tides
maintained their important time that it was high tide in Unfortunatelny, fish and
________donatinere_____ status 'in successful fishing. A Connecticut. After that week, gae feeding times are not
considerable number of people, Connecticut. Aer that wee, ae feeding times are not
however maintained that the y chan thechanged the time to open always emphasized by the
SH. Atides were important only if their shells. After further study, avid competitive tournament
ANNUA-L F 3 you were fishing in the ocean, Brown found that the new time fishermen because competition
and that particular factor was choosing is competition; and if both
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Bradforrd girls rebounds. points, respectively. School boys' soccer team in a 2-0 in Alachua. third straight game to. open e
Bradford (3-1) played Baker On Nov. 21, the Tornadoes win over District 5-2A opponent Madison Colaw scored a boys' basketball season, fal pg
drop district County and district opponent lost 69-48 to Gainesville in Santa Fe on Nov. 22 in Alachua. goal in each half, with Raychel 44-35 to visiting St. Francis on,
P.K. Yonge this past Monday and Gainesville. Jones again made Grimaldo and Zach Holman Trimble assisting on both. Nov. 22. (Specific stats for
opener Tuesday and will host 'alatka on five.3-pointers, finishing with 22 each had an assist as "'. indians The Indians (7-4, 7-1 in game were not obtained by press
Monday, Dec. 2, at 7:30 p.m. The points. Alex Mejias added nine improved to 5-0 in the district District 5) host district opponent time.)
Bradford High School suffered Tornadoes host Fleming Island points. and 7-1-1 overall. Fort White on Monday, Dec. 2, The Indians opened the seasor
its first loss of the season in on Wednesday, Dec. 4, at 7:30 Bradford travels to Lake Keystone will host district and Crescent City on Tuesday, with a 71-32 loss to Distri
girls' basketball, falling 50-46 to p.m. Butler to play Union County opponent Fort White on Monday, Dec. 3. Both matches will start 5-4A opponent P.K. YongeDt
visiting Santa Fe on Nov. 22. on Saturday, Nov. 30. before Dec. 2, and Crescent City on at 5 p.m. Nov. 19 in Gainesville. Brando6
The Telegraph-Times-Monitor playing its first District 5-4A Tuesday, Dec. 3. Both matches Nicholas and Austin Bass led'9
was unable to obtain specifics BHS boys start game on Tuesday, Dec. 3, against are scheduled for 7 p.m. d I team with nine and eight poil
of this loss-Bradford's first Keystone Heights in Starke. Both Lady ndians respectively. *.
District 5-4A game-prior to season 0-2 games tip off at approximately win 1st game On Nov. 21, Keystone lost `&
press time. 7:30 p.m. Santa Fe bia is all 54 in overtime to host Newbetrr
On. Nov. 19, the Tornadoes Caleb Jones has had two in basketball Kylet Teague scored 20 points
hosted Nease, winning 55-52. 20-plus-point games, but the Ke stone hands KHHS while Nicholas and C.J. Roger
Tracey Kemp had 30 points and Bradford High School boys' .eystone Alexa Born and Caiylen had 12 and 11 points,respectivel
eight assists, while Nyasia Davis basketball team is 0-2 to start the boys are 5-0 in rls 4-2 o Gonzales scored eight and Keystone travels to Star
had eight points and 12 rebounds. season. seven points, respectively, as -Tuesday, Dec. 3, to
Kemp and Davis scored 32 and Jones made five 3-pointers and district soccer In a battle of teams with the Keystone Heights High district opponent Bradford'
27 points, respectively, in an 80- finished with 21 points in a 55- unblemished District 5-2A School girls' basketball team approximately 7:30 p.m.
65 win over Middleburg on Nov. 54 loss to Stanton on Nov. 19 in Juan Grimaldo and Cory records, the Keystone Heights won its first game of the season, ae
21 in Middleburg. Kemp had Jacksonville. Kenny Dinkins and Hedding each scored a goal High School girls' soccer team defeating Englewood 28-25 on
15 assists, while Davis had 17 Joquez Ivey added 12 and nine for the Keystone Heights High lost 4-2 to Santa Fe on Nov. 22 Nov. 22. UCHS girls
The Indians (1-4 prior to g i,
Nov. 25) hosted District 5-4A get 1St win
T ES x hurt themselves with two opponent Santa Fe on Nov. ,
TIG E R Spenalties, one of which negated 19, losing 33-15. Born and of season
in ...i .penltieas, oe of whi E neg bte Gonzales each scored five points At a 2 t
Continued from 1B a touchdown. Dixie settled for Kon s eachscored fiveeploi0nts Uni
as Keystone fell to 0-2 in the After an 0-2 start, the Union
a 25-yard field goal by Dylan district County High School g'is'
touchdown drive following the Reed to go up 15-13. Keystone hosted its Turkey basketball team got irito bhe
free kick. The Tigers ran just. two Shootout-including Menendez, win column, defeating visiflg
We wanted to be in it at plays from scrimmage the first University Christian and Yulee- Trenton 54-46 onNov23.
halftime, and we were up," time they touched the ball 'n this past Monday and Tuesday The Tigers, who outscr bd
Pruitt said. "We let them get the second half. A fumble by and will travel to play district Trenton 24-16 in the fo3i th
the momentum, and we didn't Edwards was recovered by the opponent Fort White on Tuesday, quarter, got 17 points and '112
get it back." Dec. 3, at 7 p.m. rebounds from Janisha Jones nd
T ghe Bears (10-0) had the Union 30. 14 points and four assists frim
The Bears marched Keyambre Cobb.
early momentum when Kendall downfield and had a first-and- Kn tu a falls Union will travel to play
Copela.nd sc(red on a 48-yard goal opportunity again, but tDistrict 7-lA opponent DiALie
run on their second play from they could not find the end 0-3 in boys' County on Thursday, Dec. ,5,
scrimmage. Copeland fumbled zone. They had fourcracks at it C before hosting district oppo nt
the next time he touched the from Phillip Lillie dies into the end zone for the Tgers' basketball Chiefland on Tuesday, Dec.,10.
t nxi hh rom the 5-yard line and got as second score ofthe game. 6t gm a s
ball, however, and the Tigers close as th 1-yard line before Keystone Heights dropped i Both games are scheduled f 6
recovered at the Dixie 28-yard los r Keystone Heights dropped its p.m.
losing 5 yards on consecutive
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play. Still, the Bears dropped possession resulted in ox Dixie County
Geordyn Green for a 6-yard loss Y defeder ,
Geordyn Green for a 6-yard loss getting sacked in the end. zone defenders. fanmij tadtion .e 198 1"
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ealton al FloporuidCo- RENT PRiFE LAKE BUTLER APART- Gas/Convectionl Range. gomrycentr. org/office- Nson who wants to be part years. EOE/AA. Salmon
S-misant women and people MENTS, Accepting appli- then, clean up with your manag er. Please sendown han
tat a SIONAL OFFICE, 1,500 cations for HC and non- Kenmore dishwasher. resumes with a cover let-
-pureng custody of1h sq.ft.- $1,000/mo.- up to HC. 1N2, 3 & 4 BR.Equal both like new, for just ter to cal@rmontgomery- GREAT SALARY &
childrspperwill not Thiknow 3,000 sq.ft. contiguus housing opportunity. $500 Call 352-519-2400 center.org by December PUs n R I9I BENEFITS!
spacetions w tn- ,a0 S Wrehouse 1005 SW 6th. I cLake or 352-226-6461. 1 2013. H H s ista w o a vi
166 for reacceptany a ric- 3000 sq. ft. $800/mo. Butler, 32054. TDD/TTY BANANA TREES. Plants MORRISON'S HEALTH- CaEIRT d
s In violation of the law. 904-964-9222h y. 711. Call 386-496-3141. are approx. 3 ft tall. $10 CARE, great people, real
readers are of thereb 904-964-9222 9 STARKE across from each or 3 for $25. Lo- opportunities. Morn son T o
7y FOR RENTy Retail Space, 0007 Immediate cated in Starke. Call 904-
informed that all dwell- byCountry Club. Immediateed Management Specialists, W0 F8 8daWo4e. m 8 s19 8 8 9 8
":-69gs advertised in this Retail or business office. occupancy, 3BR/1 BA, 796-0781. a member of Compass
vatede.Naeec aar petlviny lti r busiesp ifefo eN HTONe E d iniiu lr Sands O l da W o rk 8 8 8 -9 1 9 -8
.flewspaper are available Lease 6 months, $300/, house, completely reno- REMODELING? Almost Group, seeks a dedicat-
qucltui n iy mos vated.a. New carpet, vinyle new, 7 pi ece Honey. ed individual for. Sands o d outie i to ed
bAsis. To complain of dis- FOR RENT: OFFICE COM- cabinets, appliances on Oak Kitchen Cabinets, Starke Regional Medi- Alchua/Bradford A Community Partnership
criminaion, call HU toll- PLEX that has special 1/2 acre, includes lawn includes glass front car- cal Center. Cook/Food e d
f ore vie at 1 il care. Service animals ousel corner & 32". all Service Worker. Fastre d f hrati
hec tolleree telephone kitchen provision, 9show- only, no s9 64 8 0 9 2 CEare 4Y
number for the hearing ences. $700/mo. $700 To see call 352-519-2400 ing environment. F/T,
Impaired Is 1-800-927- ae deposit. Immediate oc- or 352-226-6461. GreatI shift: 10:30am.-7:00pm, o r a
9275. For further infor- for a 24 hour emergency cupancy. Ideal for small deal for $385. weekends. 'Requires 2+



marion call Floida Com- atrofamily or couple. Call KING size &bed $450.00 of-s. ansouk mur be substidd on ay rfor yearco
mission on Human Re- 904-662-3735 please ice desk L shaped glass exp. Grill and cash
aton Lisa Sutherland more iaO n ain Sr d leave message if no an- w/ rolling file cabinet & experience. Full benefits
RETAIL SPACE, downtown bedrooms,' now avail- $200.00 19 in TV $35.00. Assoc"Position #D C ee99961
41 na i o s of pailn lae able $89 moves you in, Please call 904-966- retitn
in space, bathroom, prigutilitiesl free Nov. rent. 'Income 2451a rth Executive assistant work of a varedd
.STATE SALE of 90 year included. $550/mo. 904- stop by today. 904-368- or'$59_M_______
aol6 l Sa 1 ra sam E PAC mn f r a 0007. 900 S Water St. 59 APPLICATIONS For t ie 2 Bedroom/2 Bath Rqsponsible for tasks associated with
8376 L illy Lake Road, OFFICE SPACE, main area Sa FL32091. Personal ALIC atthe responsibilities of the Vice
Melrose, Fl. Sat. am 315sq.ft. fumished w 2 VERY CLEAN 'beautiful u. eth it t e sie
foPreview 9 am Corn- desk, 2 chairs, file cabi- R EA a Services Southern Villas
lete estate to be sold. net, and decor. Plus back area 2BR/1BA CHA. President for Occupational Programs.
ta, furniture, beooks room 265 sq. ft. includes nice fnor pain C nth Creftion tke o 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Duties require extensive knowledge' of
(fare, old and signed) bathroom, and utilities. $458/mo. Plus deposit PAIRS, INC. Correction
Glass china, lighting, t 904-364-8135 aof termite & water-dam- Ask about our Forthe college y and of occupationalg
Vintaga linen and cloth- DOWNTOWN STARKE MOBILE HOME for rent aged wood & sills. Lev- $199 Move in Special



n oKitchenware, tools, 403x9' open plan w cdi 8-984r H e Drunts HC& O nrelc ara $7 2 eeciv o rin
ht equaplmen atf 2 bot- TW oi ei Ii morUe iformantion Bldgs. Pier Replacement For 2 & 4 H u th programs. Other significant duties



96 Accsor5e. ORnag e ov e .ed &aalinment We dor alle ofH tru n its.o d om Bt inle intoait itviio and ga
ndr, t fans, types of tractor work, o ite laundry, records and facilitating budget orders
n re -si-ks, Tons heat in 2doffice art;700/ dwdq'-.1s Fr es Ad, priv H ate, quiet C l fRE n f mul tipPL IdgeNts. Requires High/ ,
k Cate heat & AD i% in nC eP s Dint jobst, re E
r.'eod'a pluseowu iithl s m 'a Iso s. eed, timdd atmOsphee. MOPVE-IN SPECIALS! Sclool Diaploma or equivalent plus
l ek. Catered. Great & last, deposit. 904-626- CH/A deced washee c Clark, 904-545-5241.ae t ye f iar of ereaval t leicn
d anis hed. $495/mo. plus h d tLocated on xati and oalaer.i
S42 Homes for Sale STUMP rnding. Low as Call 904-964-7295 basis for required experien ce in
S2BR/1 BA living room, kitch- $10.00 eachcall Robert. Prel W L E atd aea Secale coniedrton
2.p otor Vehicles on, WD hookups, wood 53 A 386-984-6040 TDDTTY 7112n' it. related area. Special consideration
& Accessories frame home. $ 25 000. Yard Sales 2005 SUZUKI :MOTOR- 'Equal Housing Opportunity. 904a o n will be given to applicants with an
RLICK FOR SALE, 2000 1203 Larry St. Starke. BIG YARD SALE Fri & Sat i r9 Associate Degree or Certificate in a7
SFord F-350 box truck Contact owner 678-226- 8am noon 505 Bridges te C ii n
K parimve, A/C, lift gate: 4840, 912-492-1867 St Across from Wain- Waldo Villas FULL TIME TELLER POSITION related area. Knowledge and ability to
iexcelent condition. wrght Park __________ TEL_ R_ POSITIONcompose routine correspondence and
eady to go, asking 49 Sat 8 3 7556 NW CR Movew-In Foi Crd Unosneh
0. more 229A Many items good Florida Credit Union has a FT teller positionto use sfandard business formats and
formati n please call Mobile Homes, prices A n inestyles for letters, business forms, and
Jim at 732-503-4098 for Sale ecia available at our Starke branch. Experience with high other communications. Knowledge
anytime during evening EX-LARGE DW. ON 23
after 6 pm. 732-01- acre. Fireplace, new 2 Bedroom volume cash handling, maintaining cash drawer, and proper use of spelling
45. anytime dung the metal roofAC-rugs. To- Keystone Yard balancing, cross-selling, and customer service expertise punctuation, and grammar.
F350 XL Super tally refurbished. Owner Sales 11 alanc o 0 eN 1cme erice- AL tatio and g allm no
DutyDually Diesel 6.0, GREAT E USHAPE. 04Used SAT 8 12 7571 Osceola k100 securit is required, Prior credit union/bank experience is aU eg e
V8, 4x4. Just had $6,000 doublewide 95 Skyli Ave Keystone Heights se -u the ability to carry Pout administrative
of '95 doe Lots of great quality plus 1/2 OFF 1st & plus. We offer competitive Salary, incentives, and al t adati
of work done on truck. 4 bedroom 2 bath Like size clothes Also men's and general office duties. Strong








AL NEW00jectors. di(8 noew: Roof AC & Plywoodredc d! Bilenefits. Stop b our applicationst246
tal), N ew Valve Cover f lXL .and girls Junior 2nd month's rent excellent benefits. Stop by our Starke branch at 2460 organizational skills and ability to
SGasket, New Fuel Filtert, Equal housing opportuniy. Commercial Drive (near Walmart) to complete an prioritize tasks. Ability to communicate
,v wOil Cooler Kit, New
,tandPipeKit 2New This ns ituion isanequal applica tion or send resume to: Florida Credit Union, effectively verbally and in writing. Self-
SEatife, New Air i E N employ wer. Attn: HR LR, P.O. Box 5549, Gainesville, FL 32627 directed and ability to multi-task.
OExpasion Tank, New OlRoye Fldl 32t6ar27L 7 ace
Intake Manifold and New Cl NW E at Fa 32 6- 6 eail: .Proficient in Microsoft Word and
SFan Clutch).4-door. sball llt N aa 3 2 6 i rosei fcu.org M///.V Excel. Ability to establish and
leather! In "great' running N R T O 352-468-1971 EOE DFree W ork$ Florida maintain effective working
coilitionl 220,000 nmiles. r mor DrugnWorkplacerelationships.
$5;5ou. Call 904-79- TDD 800Ot55Of7A71 Credit Unionr Ability to maintain office
-t 0781 for more details, confidentiality. Positive attitude and
: SELF EMPLOYED? OR 1099 EMPLOYEE? wilingness to learn new tasks.
' *E1STONE HEIGHTS AT HONDA OF GAINESAINLE WE SAY YES benefits
"1 are, beautiful trees. SW N var I N! DEADLINE FOR RECEIVING
Must aelil $7,900 cash/ l M ATTER e Yo ds a4x
owner fiancing. 904- Older 2BR/1BA singe wide on 2.10 acres, w/lNO MATT RvHArs CRE DI T EISll APPLICATIONS: 12/12/13
13C-3 Sapo led in wit min imal nee o so repairs. H as el 5P Persons interested should provide
it area. Welle AT oIC E in nedo somenia repairs. Can bell, $O DO W N SPEC IA LS!! Co ege 1-877-888-0267,
. M ut 1 sePtic and elet. Several storage bldgs, & t N. Ma in t C ation, vita, and
ash/owner financing. livestock pen w/water. H a of Gainesvle o 3b re ain 15 Bl 3 photocopies of transcripts. All foreign

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Dr. Jessica Miller, M.D. Kimberly Beers Castillo, A.R.N.P.
Mqdical Bio Medical Bio
SGraduate University of Wisconsin Medical School in U
2002 *University of Florida graduate; Master of
Family Medicine Residency at Naval Hospital Camp Science in Nursing, FNP, Dec. 2009 and
Pendleton Oceanside, California Bachelor of Science in N'rsing 2007.
* Pakistan 2002 Earthquake Medical Relief Supervison of Primary Care experience in rural health with
Primary Care to Women and Children Marine Corp. adults, pediatrics and women's health.
* Afghanistan 2009 Physician for Camp of 450 Experienced in both the ICU and
Army Infantry Soldiers at Mazar-e-Shariff, Northern Medical Surgicalenvironments.
Regional Hospital A former Peace Corps volunteer and is also
Okinawa Japan Family Practice with credentials in k e Cps oter and o
Women's Healthcare, Colposcopy, Newborns and skilled in Spanish....bothwritten and oral
Pediatric
* Associate Professor Uniformed Services
University of Healthsciences 2010
Jessica Miller, M.D. Kimberly Beers Castillo, A.R.N.P.

FAMILYi
,MEDICAL 175 N. Lawrence Blvd.

CENTER -
CENTER (Next to Waigreens)

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Dr. Charles Franson A ordabilitu Janet Calhoun, A.R.N.P.
1998 Nova Southeastern University of Florida
Graduate with honors and Graduate, Board Certified
was a National Health .Family Practice Nurse
Service Corp Scholar ro d. Practitioner
recipiant, e,~ In-House 'o~~
recipiant. Active practice in Family
Highly skilled rural Medicine since 2002. She is
physician with 12 years currently working on certification
experience in Hospital ER as a Diabetic Educator.
and Primary Care *
Environments ..... -
.are accepted
Dr. Chades Fransor" Janet Calhoun, A.R.N.P.

SR-100
,.,..__1 on. ,L 100 S. Lawrence Blvd.
IMMEDIATE I Keystone Heights G**
IMMEDIANTER I
CN 352-473-9373 GREAT SERVICE!