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Title: Gilchrist County journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Thetis F. Fisher
Place of Publication: Trenton Fla
Creation Date: May 24, 2007
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Gilchrist County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gilchrist -- Trenton
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1933.
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Bell High School
Friday, May 25 at 8 p.m.


Graduation

Trenton High School
Saturday, May 26 at 8 p.m.


2007 BE LL HIGH


GRADUATING CLASS


Page Eight and Nine


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Serving Gilchrist County and Surrounding- Area for over 77 Years
207 North Main Street, Trenton. Florida 32693
02$ 00 A Y l I T i Count Area (Gilchrist


Vol. 77 No. 5


Phone (352) 463-7135 Fax (352) 463-7393
eilchristiournal@bellsouth.net


Trenton, Florida 32693 Thursday, May 24, 2007


Price 500


Dixie & Levy Counties), $24.00 Other Areas
Of Florida, $28.00 Out Of State


Historical Society to sponsor

Memorial Day tribute


The Gilchrist County Historical
Society is proud to sponsor this year's
Memorial Day Tribute on Monday,
May 28, 2007 at the courthouse be-
ginning at
11:00 a.m. and
followed by
a luncheon at
the Commu-
nity Center at
noon. Every-
one is invited
to attend as we
honor those
who have giv-
en their lives
in service to
the United States and to all who have
served and are serving. When patriots
fired the "shot heard round the world"
at Lexington and Concord in 1775, it
began a legacy of courage and sacri-
fice for the cause of freedom that is
unmatched in any nations' annals of
noble endeavors.
America stands for freedom. We
are a nation that has done more for
the world than any other to promote
ideals of freedom and justice, despite
what enemies, detractors and the
poorly' informed may propagate. We
meet this Memorial Day to honor the
fallen who have served so nobly to
build the legacy of freedom. Through-
out our history, the courage of those
\e honor resonates in the hearts of
people the world over who now live
freely because of their sacrifice. War
by definition is a difficult task, and,


those who think that timetables and
appeasement can sway murderous fa-
natics are fools. The march of prog-
ress in humanity has often been pos-
sible only by
the sacrifice
of those will-
ing to fight for
a better world.


christ County
Historical So-
ciety is hon-
ored to pres-
ent its eighth
consecutive Memorial Day Tribute.
We would like to do more to recog-
nize the achievements of the past and
nurture community enrichment. To
be an active and vibrant organization
dedicated to these goals as we move
.toward the future, we need you!
We meet on the second Tuesday
of each month at 7:00 p.m. Our next
meeting is June 13, 2007 at the Tren-
ton Depot. Our tasks will be to create
bylaws and long term goals for our
organization and develop ideas to rec-
ognize and display our rich, unique
way of life here in what we believe
to be the finest place on God's great
earth. Please join us Monday as we
honor our fighting men and women,
and at our next meeting in June. Let's
build something exciting together!
Gilchrist County
Historical Society


By: Carrie A. Mizell
Suwannee Valley Quilt Shoppe co-
owner Paul Metts has accepted a po-
sition as Florida's Deputy Secretary
of Health.
After several months of discus-
sion with Florida's Surgeon General
and Secretary of Health Ana M. Vi-
amonte Ros, Metts accepted the po-
sition while meeting with Secretary
Viamonte Ros in Tallahassee on May
1.
Metts attended a statewide admin-
istration meeting in Orlando on May
17, his first official day on the job.
While at the meeting, Metts intro-
duced himself and met people from
counties throughout the state.
Monday was Metts first day work-
ing from his Tallahassee office.
"My goal is to use my 30-year
.background in state and national
healthcare issues and my experience
with successful public-private sector
partnerships to benefit the citizens of
Florida," Metts said.
SBecause the Deputy Secretary of
Health position is full-time, Metts'
presence in Trenton will now be lim-
ited. Though he will be based in Tal-
lahassee, Metts will be spending time
in every county in Florida to better
understand how to serve the health
care needs of Florida's citizens.
The statewide demands of the new
position required Metts to resign as
a member of Gilchrist County Con-
tinuous Care Corporation Board last
week.
His community activities will also
be limited by Governor Crist's Code
of Ethics and Code of Personal Re-
sponsibility Guidelines. These guide-


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lines limit the participation of deputy
secretaries on non-profit boards.
"However, I am always available
to help Trenton and Gilchrist County
enhance their health related services
to the citizens they represent. That is
clearly an important part of my new
role with the State of Florida's De-
partment of Health,"' Metts said.
When Metts and his wife, Stepha-
nie, opened the SuwanneeValley Quilt
Shoppe four years ago in the former
Coca Cola Bottling Plant building in
downtown Trenton, the demands for
Metts' time were intense. However,
now that construction is complete
and the necessary business systems
are in place, demands for Metts' time
are much more limited.
"While I plan to spend some time at


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Stabbing follows vandalism in a string of

area crimes; Bell teenagers charged

15-year-old arrested after allegedly stabbing another teen


A 15-year-old has been arrested 17-year-old. 'At press time, it was undc
and charged with aggravated bat- The incident occurred around 11 if the 17-year-old victim
tery after allegedly stabbing another p.m. at a party being held off County dent at BHS. He is listed
Bell teenager Friday night at a home Road 342, according to Captain Tony condition, according to Ci
north of Bell. Cruse of the Gilchrist County Sher- Crace is .being held at
Michael Crace, of Bell, was ar- iff's Office. nile Justice facility in Gai:
rested by Gilchrist County's Sher- Crace reportedly withdrew from Other charges are pendi
iff's Office deputies Friday evening Bell High School on April 17, 2007. ongoing case.
after allegedly stabbing an unnamed
Three teenagers arrested for vandalism at Bell High School


Two high school students made
first appearances last Thursday, May
17, at the Gilchrist County Court-
house in Trenton. Matthew Hol-
lingsworth, 18 and Tyson Railey,
18 were arrested on May, 16, 2007
for charges which resulted from
the May 12 incident at Bell High
School. During the early hours sev-
eral buildings at the school and the
plaza were vandalized. By Thursday
afternoon, May 17, a third suspect
was arrested. The third young man
is a 16-year-old juvenile.
During the bond hearing a Hol-
lingsworth family member told the
judge that the juvenile is a cousin
to Hollingsworth and that Hol-
lingsworth and Railey both work
together at the Winn Dixie in High
Springs.
Matthew Hollingsworth who at-
tends school in Columbia County
is a resident of Ft. White. He is a
senior at Ft. White High School. Ty-
son Railey is a senior at Bell High
School and has a High Spi ing ad-
dress but he lives in Gilchrist Coun-
tv. The juIenile lives in Lawtey and
attends school at Northside Chris-
tian Academy.
During the, first appearance hear-
ing School Superintendent Buddy
Vickers requested that neither


the Shoppe every month, it is Stepha-
nie and her friends who provide the
daily guidance which determines the
Shoppe's success. Besides, I know
no one in their right mind who would
want me to teach them how to quilt or
help them select fabric for that heir-
loom project," Metts said.
The Suwannee Valley Quilt Shoppe
is exceeding every expectation that
Stephanie had when she decided to
pursue her dream to create some-
thing special in Trenton, according
to Metts. Volume has grown every
month of every year since the Quilt
Shoppe opened its doors for business
on July 8,2003. March 2007 was the
single best month in the Shoppe's
history. Visitors have come from al-
most every continent in the world,
every state in the United States and
most Florida cities. At least once ev-
ery two weeks a bus load of 30 to 60
quilters arrives for a special outing at
the Quilt Shoppe.
On June 7-9 the Quilt Shoppe ex-
pects 300 to 400 quilters to visit Tren-
ton as they participate in Florida's
first ever state wide "Shop Hop".
"We have enjoyed the many new
friends we have made thru the Quilt
Shoppe and expect to continue the
Shoppe's growth and presence in
Trenton," Metts said.


Stephanie
AMetts is
pictured with
her quilt
entitled, "A
Celebration
of Life." The
,lnilt was
awarded Best
of Show on
A lay 5 at the
Gainesville
Quilt Show
presented by
Ithe Tree City
Quilter's
Guild. The
quilt is a
,graduation
gift for the
MAetts' son,
David, who
recently
graduated
t) om medical
school.


young man be allowed to come on
any Gilchrist County School prop-
erty. He also said that Railey would
be allowed to take his final tests by
making special arrangements with
the Bell High School Principal Ron-
da Parrish. Circuit Court Judge Da-
vid Glant who was the judge for the
first appearance hearing told Railey
that he was to only be allowed onto
the campus at Bell after 3 p.m. to take
tests he has missed.
According to the arrest reports the
three young men went to the campus
of Bell High School during the ear-
ly morning hours of May 12, 2007.
They went to the cafeteria and began
intentionally damaging decorations
valued at $885.00 by pouring choco-
late milk that they had taken from a
cooler on the decorations and then
stomping and tearing the decorations
apart., They also poured milk on the
floor and put a great deal of of toilet
paper throughout the cafeteria and
placed/threw sardines in dill and muls-
tard sauce on the floor, ceiling tiles,
decorations, and in various parts of
the cafeteria. The decorations were
for the Military Ball which was to be
held on Saturday evening in the caf-
eteria..
Next they traveled to the plaza in


determined
is a stu-
in stable
ruse.
the Jilve-
nesville.
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front of the old gym and spread*
garbage around and spread a great
deal of toilet paper on the plaza
yard area and also placed duct tape
with the letters GHS on the side
of the old gym. They snatched the
door on the old gym open and went
inside and threw sardines with dill
and mustard sauce on tables, floors
and a wall. Placing a large amount
of toilet paper throughout the gym,
they also went into the auditorium
and placed large amounts of toi-
let paper on seats and throughout.
From the stage they took candles
and then proceeded to write GHS
with the candle wax on various
buildings on the campus.
According to the arrest report
the amount of damage done to the
school and to the decorations ex-
ceeds $1000.
Each of the young men were
charged "vith 2 counts of burglary
of a structure and one count of fel-
ony mischief. The bond for each
chargewas set at $15,000. A total
bond of $45,000 was set for each
young man.
During the bond hearing it was
reported that neither Hollingsworth
nor Railey had any prior criminal
record.


"Our Santa Fe" group speaks

out over water extraction and

bottling


By John M. Ayers
Gilchrist County resident Russ
Augspurg addressed the Gilchrist
County Conmmission on Monday,
May 21, to adv ise the county of the
"Our Santa Fe," an organization ihat
has concerns involving the future
of extraction and bottling of spring
water from the Santa Fe River basin
aquifer.
Augspurg explained that plans are
being made right now by property
owners in and around the Lilly and
July Springs to extract spring water
from these aqueducts. He explained
that the grass roots organization is
made up of residents in the Santa Fe
River area from Gilchrist, Columbia,
Alachua counties and people that
also share a concern involving the
long-range impact of spring water
extraction from the Santa Fe River
basin. "Our Santa Fe" is a group of
citizens researching, collecting, and
distributing information pertaining
to the quality of the waters. aquifer,
and lands immediately adjacent to
the Santa Fe River; to make new and
relevant information available to the
people affected by or interested in the
volume and quality of the waters; to
be a collective for the protections of
the waters, aquifer, and lands of the
Santa Fe River; for the purposes of
education regarding ground water use
in environmentally sensitive and ag-
ricultural areas along the waterways
and including the springs of Florida;
through presentations in public and
private gatherings, in schools and
universities; by participating in pub-
lic dialogue and study groups and
task forces; and in participating in
the formation of new ideas pertinent
to these issues.
More specifically, "Our Santa Fe"
is urgently addressing the two ap-
plications that have been submitted
to create water-bottling businesses
on our Santa Fe River. The proposed
sites are Lilly Springs, on the Gil-
christ County side of the river, and
July Springs on the Columbia county
side. These businesses would be in
addition to the existing water bottling
plant at Ginnie Springs. All three are
within 2 miles of each other. The
total volume of water that could be


withdrawn per day, if the two new:
sites are approved, is nearly 3 million
gallons.
"Our Santa Fe is concerned about
having two more bottling plants on
the river because we want the river
to remain healthy now and in the fu-
ture. "Our Santa Fe" has a website at
www.oursantafe.4t.com/. "Our Santa
Fe "'invites the public to attend their
next meeting on Thursday, May 31 at
Poe Springs Park beginning at 6:30
p.m.
Why do we care about the health of
the river? We care because the Santa
Fe is ours. This river belongs to all
of us, whether we own land along its
banks or not.
The river belongs to us and to our
neighbors, to the people who share
its water from their wells and to the
people who visit from far away to
drink in the visual beauty of the San-
ta Fe and its many springs. The river
belongs to those of us who are alive
today, and to the generations not yet
born.
"Our Santa Fe" is working closely
with the Suwannee River Water Man-
agement District. The organization's
members presented information in the
commission meeting that identifies
the concerns involving the continued
extraction of spring water during this
drought time from the aquifer.

Red Belly Day to

be held Saturday
It's time once again for the an-
nual Red Belly Day which is held
each May in Fanning Springs at the
Fanning Springs State Recreation
Area. This year's event begins at 9
a.m. and last until 4 p.m.
This event is sponsored by the
Dixie County Chamber of Com-
merce and features live entertain-
ment each year. This year the spe-
cial entertainment will be provided
by Confederate Railroad Band as
well as local talent. Local group
include Cross Tyz, Rick Gordon
Band, Dottie South, Southland and
the Underdawgs.
Come out and enjoy a day of
fun!


Patsy Turner

Featured

personality of

the month


By Geneva Cornwell
Tolerance comes from the Latin
verb, tolerate, meaning "to bear."
Tolerance is the ability to bear
some strain or difficulty with a good
perspective and an overcome's atti-
tude.
Tolerance is upholding a high stan-
dard of excellence while accommo-
dating the real imperfections of those
striving to meet it.
Tolerance blends idealism with re-
alism to produce actual progress.
As we recognize the quality of tol-
erance, we also need to understand
what opposes tolerance and that is
prejudice. The word prejudice is a
cuomp.-und term: pre + judge. Preju-
dice is drawing a conclusion based
on irrelevant factors or before all rel-
evant evidence is honestly weighed.
Tolerance overcomes prejudice,
but is far more than that.
Tolerance is not just overlook-
ing differences to appreciate others;
tolerance is-accepting others despite
their irritating immaturities.
Tolerance is a quality that supports
an individual in spite of character
flaws.
Tolerance in actuality is "realizing
that everyone is at varying levels of
character development."
As the Character Council of Gil-
christ County continues to search for
personalities to add to its ever-grow-
ing list of those who demonstrate a
-particular moral character quality, the
Council is very careful and sincere in
its quests.
The personality of the month for
May is Mrs. Patsy Turner. Since 1979,
this exuberant lady has been the data
processor for Trenton Elementary
School and looks -to all of her asso-
ciates and parents there as her "ex-
tended family." She simply adores
her job and finds that demonstrating
tolerance is one of the key elements
in sustaining her love for people.
Mrs. Turner was born in Gaines-
ville but moved with her parents and
three siblings to Trenton when she
was just a toddler. The move gave
her the opportunity to grow up in our
precious county, go to school here,
graduate from Trenton High School,
and marry her childhood sweetheart,
David. The two of them are parents
to a daughter, a son, and a daughter-
in-love.
From her parents Patsy learned that
tolerance is the key to making friend-
ships while learning to love and re-
spect others, even siblings and that
in turn, she says, "Allows a person
to understand the need to respect the
feelings of others." This vivacious
lady says that "We may never know
where a person is coming from, or we
may not momentarily know what is
going on in their life, so it's our duty
as tolerant people to be a blessing
to them, make them happy and help
them forget about their troubles."
Mrs. Turner explained to this writ-
er that she did not grow up with a
golden spoon in her mouth but with a
golden rule on her tongue and in her
heart; "Do unto others as you would
have them do unto you." She believes
that if "one wants friends, one needs
to be friendly, be conscientious of the
feelings of others and never be judg-
mental, think before speaking and try
to figure out why someone may say
hurtful words, then forget about what
was said and move on. Being a good
friend is simply being a blessing to
them."
(Continued to page 20)


Paul Metts named Florida's

Deputy Secretary of Health


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Pictured front row (left to right): Valerie Hillliard, Sarah Money, Kailyn Waldron, Stephanie Wooten,
State Attorney Bill Cervone, Amy Ergle, Shelby Stone, Lindsey Martin, Julie Nobs, Ashley Gauthier,
Sheriff David Turner, Dr. Jim Surrency. Second row: Savannah Mitchell, Jessica Jones, Brittany Taninies,
Austin Hilliard, Devonte King, Lauren Hudson, Lou Hueck, Jeffery Strickland, Chelsea Meyer, Mr. Bobby
Schultz, Superintendent Buddy Vickers. Third row: Amiee Freeman, Kaitlin Martin, Sarah Waldman,
Mildred Forti, and Amanda Jones.

State Attorney visits Bell Middle/High School


On May 7th, the students and fac-
ulty of Bell Middle/High School were
honored with visits from State Attor-
ney Bill Cervone, Gilchrist County
Sheriff David Turner and State Inves-
tigator Bobby Schultz.
Upon arrival, Mr. Cervone was
greeted by students representing
various school organizations and was
extremely personable, as he greeted
each student with a warm smile and
handshake. After a tour of the school
campus, Mr. Cervone was joined by
Sheriff David Turner and Mr. Schultz
as they met with the eighth grade
class, for over an hour, to answer
questions about law enforcement and
public safety issues. While patiently


answering each question posed by
the students, Mr. Cervone continu-
ously emphasized the importance of
character and positive choices in his
responses.
In a second question/answer ses-
sion, Mr. Cervone, Mr. Turner and
Mr. Schultz met with the students
of the Criminal Justice Program an-
swering the very thoughtful, educat-
ed, and respectful questions the stu-
dents posed. Once again Mr. Cervone
answered questions one by one and
continued to stress the importance of
character building and integrity with-
in the criminal justice field, as well
as daily life. In addition to answer-
ing each question, Mr. Cervone also


congratulated the students for their
accomplishment of placing second in
the state in their most recent compe-
tition. The Criminal Justice Program
currently has almost 100 members
and is directed by Ray Stoel.
As all students left the auditorium,
Mr. Cervone stood at the door and
shook the hand of each student as he
thanked them for allowing him the
opportunity to come and speak about
his profession.
The students, faculty 'and staff of
Bell Middle High School would like
to thank Mr. Cervone, Mr. Turner,
and Mr. Schultz for taking time out
of their busy schedule to visit our
school.


By John M. Ayers
The Gilchrist County Road Depart-
ment gave the Gilchrist County Com-
mission a report involving excessive
speeds of traffic driving through a
designated construction zone where
tree trimming of the right of way on
CR 341 has been a problem involv-
ing safety for three days last week.
Justin Watson, Gilchrist County
Transportation Superintendent ex-
plained to the board that an estimated
one-half mile area of CR 341 be-
tween SW 20th Street and CR 342
had been a designated area where the-
road department had been trimming
limbs along the right of way. Some of
the trees in the right of way were so
large that when trees and limbs were
cut they would fall out into the road-
way. Florida Highway Patrol Trooper
Harrison was reported to have given
the road department supervisor the
requirements that the county should
erect warning signs, traffic cones and
other safety devices that would slow
traffic while traveling in this area. The
road department placed the warning
signs on the right of way but some
of the traffic failed to slow down and
stop when safety became an issue.
Billy Cannon, Assistant Road Su-
perintendent, explained to the com-
mission that he contacted the Sheriff's
Office for assistance in patrolling the
area. He added the Sheriff's office
advised that they were short of depu-
ties on duty and didn't have an offi-
cer to send to the scene on Tuesday.
He explained that a deputy from the
Sheriff's Office did come out to the
designated area of the right-of-way
trimming on Wednesday, May 16 for
45 minutes, and traffic did slow while
the officer was on scene. When the


Discussion resumes on proposed assisted living facility in Trei


By: Carrie A. Mizell
It will be July 10 before members
of the Gilchrist County Continuous
Care Corporation Board determine if
an assisted living facility is feasible
within the city of Trenton.
At a meeting held last Thursday,
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ect.
"We are out of grant opportunities.
The only thing left to do is get a loan
or wait for a grant to come along," Ot-
tenwess said. "The first step is a fea-
sibility analysis and market study."
Several board members argued that
a representative from the Florida De-
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includes survey, architecture, engi-
neering and construction drawing
costs, will add up to $200,000, ac-
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officer left, some of the traffic began
speeding through the reduced speed
area, to a point where safety was of-
ten compromised, Cannon added.
Gilchrist County. Commissioner D.
Ray Harrison, Jr. asked for a repre-
sentative from the Sheriff's Office to
come to the board meeting on Mon-
day to advise the commission why
traffic safety on this county road was
not a priority.
A short time later, Harvey Mont-
gomery, Gilchrist County Chief Dep-
uty and Captain Tony Cruse came to
the meeting to discuss the safety is-
sues with the board. Chief Montgom-
ery explained that there had been only
two deputies on the day shift when
the request for service was received.
If an officer is sent to this area, that
only leaves one deputy to patrol and
answer calls for the entire county, he
explained.
Chief Montgomery explained the
Sheriff's Office has off-duty deputies
working with the Gilchrist County
School District to provide security to
school campuses during the day for
$25.00 an hour. "At this time the de-
mand for additional law enforcement
in the county is great," Chief Mont-
gomery explained.
The Gilchrist County Sheriff's Of-
fice has twelve road deputies on staff
patrolling three shifts. There are three
sergeants working with these pa-
trol deputies as supervisors, Captain
Cruse explained to the board.
The board discussed .the issue and
the need for the presence of a deputy
with red and blue lights flashing that
would be a deterrent to speeding traf-
fic in the designated area. The board
was unwilling to take action to pay


aton
Trenton City Commission had con-
cerns over the city's five acres, which
they have agreed to dedicate for the
project, being used as collateral on a
(Continued to page 20)


off-duty officers to patrol the area at
this time.
The board recommended that the
Road Department establish a detour
around this area to keep from hav-
ing a serious traffic hazard from oc-
curring. The Road Department ex-
plained they would establish a detour
around this area in the future to allow
the completion of the right-of -way
on CR 341 west of Bell.
County Commissioner Kenrick
Thomas asked Captain Cruz, "It
seems since the Sheriff made an ap-
peal involving his budget, a certain
amount of friction exists between the
county commission and departments
with the Sheriff's Office?" Captain
Cruse explained that the demand for
additional law enforcement by an
increase in calls, had already caused
friction involving more deputies
needed before the Sheriff filed an ap-
peal for additional budget revenues.
Florida Highway Patrol
to conduct drivers
license and vehicle
inspection checkpoints
June 1-30
The Florida Highway Patrol will
be conducting drivers license and ve-
hicle inspection checkpoints during
daylight hours, during the following
,dates: June. 1-30 2007. These check-
points will be held at the following
locations, in the following counties:
Gilchrist: SR 26, SR 49, SR 47,
CR 138, SE 70th Ave, CR 232, CR
340, CR 341. Lafayette: SR 20, SR
51, SR 53, SR 349. Levy: SR 24, SR
45, SR 49, SR 121, SR 500, CR 320,
CR 339, CR 341, CR 345, CR 337,
CR 335, CR 316, CR 464, CR 323,
CR 326.
Troopers will focus on vehicles
that are being operated with defects
and violations such as: worn/unsafe
tires, bad brakes, improper window
tinting, cracked/broken windshields,
unsecured loads and defective light-
ing.


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Name: Laura Weaver Brown
Lives: Trenton
Family: Husband, Mark; son,
Alex is 4 and daughter, Alaura is
18-months-old; parents, Marvin
and Kathy Weaver
Works: As a Pre-Kindergar-
ten teacher at Trenton Elementary
School
Joys of your job: Seeing the
kids' happy faces every morning
and getting hugs from the young
and the old.
Headaches of your job: Cold
and flu season
What do you like about living
in Gilchrist County? Everything!
Favorite food: All foods, but es-
pecially chocolate chip cookies
Favorite children's book: Jun-
nie B. Jones books by Barbara
Park
Favorite movie: Annie
Hobbies: Teaching children on
Wednesday nights at Pine Grove
Baptist Church; cooking with the
Southern Sisters and scrapbooking
before I had kids.


Future plans: I would like to
go on a cruise. I've never been on
one.
One important lesson your
parents taught you: You get more
flies with honey than you do with
vinegar.
What is something not many
people know about you? I was
born in Pensacola.


Streetwise
By Lauren Rudd

to hold your investment. With the
shares at nearly $50 today you would
./ "t. have achieved a 14 percent annual
compounded rate of return. I stand
by what I said.
Another frequently asked about
topic is foreign investing. If you want
to invest in foreign companies, one of
the easiest, safest and most efficient
ways of doing so is via American
Depositary Shares, which represent
shares of a foreign company but trade
t ...i'. .- ~here. More importantly, companies
I represented by ADS are required
to provide financial statements that
meet our GAAP standards.
One- of my favorite companies
Streetwise issuing ADS, and one that I have
Last week I answered the question discussed in the past, is Novartis.
ofLast whether I wouldinvest in today's Created in 1996 through the merger
of whether I would invest in today Ciba-Geigy and Sandoz, Novartis
market, given its exuberance, by of Ciba-Geigy and Sandoz, Novartis
stating that any time is a good time to is organized into four divisions,
invest. A reader took me to taskusing pharmaceuticals, vaccines and
the year 2000 as an example of a bad diagnostics, Sandoz (generics) and
time to invest and pointing out that consumer health (mostly over-the-
Church & Dwight lost value during counter medications).
that year. rA month ago, Novartis signed a
The reader should have researched, definitive agreement to sell its Gerber
the situation in a little more detail. baby food business to Nestl6 for 5.5
Church & Dwight began the year billion in cash. This completes a long
2000 at 22 and ended 2000 at 22. standing divestiture program and
Furthermore, as I have reiterated allowsrthe company to now focus all
numerous times, investing is a 3- its efforts on strategic growth in the
5i fore previous'v mentioned divisions.
5 y proportion, no one onyear e a, v'ten' wrote about'
undertaking. Novartis 2006 earnings estimate
Now, assume you had invested in Novartis, my 2006 earnings estimate
Church & Dwight at the beginning was per are and I had a
of 2000 at 22 and then continued (Continued on page 12)





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Now &u'td 7keg


By Carrie A. Mizell


I love a weekend adventure!
It breaks up the monotony of a
long week.
Imagine how delighted I was last
Monday when my husband, Adam,
told me he had a little surprise for
me. The big secret turned out to be
a weekend trip to Asheville, North
Carolina. Adam mentioned some-
thing about us having to haul one of
his off road dump trucks to Asheville
because he had sold it to a man work-
ing up there. Of course I heard just
bits and pieces of his explanation for
our trip. My focus shifted immedi-
ately to the nice bed and breakfast we
would stay at and the visit we would
make to the Biltmore Estate. I had al-
ways wanted to visit the Biltmore and
I thought this would be my chance.
My week was riddled with prob-
lems, but I just kept trudging along,
my head held high because I knew
that come Friday I would be headed
to Asheville.
By Thursday night I was ecstatic
as I packed my overnight bag. Adam
noticed me packing and told me that
we would need to get up at 3 a.m. on
Friday morning to get on the road
early in case we had any problems: I
said, "Seriously?!"
True to his word we rolled out
early, and let me just say that I was
a vision to behold at 3 a.m. Once we
got on the highway it quickly became
apparent that the weight we were
pulling was not distributed evenly on
the trailer as the truck began to jolt,
but down the road we went...jolting
along. Eight hours later we arrived.


I was thrilled to finally drop off
that dump truck and get the week-
end adventure started. About that
time my well-meaning husband said,
"Baby, we've made such good time
getting up here that I think we should
just head back this afternoon. That
way we can sleep in our own bed and
I can get up early and go to work in
the morning."
Again, I thought he was kidding.
Don't get me wrong I'm in favor of
work ethic, but every now and then
it's okay to just relax. My sister-in-
law, Lyndsay and I have the hard-
est time trying to get J and Adam to
step back from work and just breathe
sometimes.
Despite my argument that I had
been brought to North Carolina un-
der false pretenses and my offer to
pay for the bed and breakfast stay
if we could just STOP DRIVING,
Adam thought we should head back.
So we did. It was a long, miserable
ride home. By the time we made it to
Columbia, South Carolina I thought I
was going to throw myself out on the
asphalt or just go stir crazy.
We finally arrived back in Callahan
at 10 p.m. I had taken several Advil,
stopped at six rest areas and viewed
every tree you can possibly see along
the interstate.
That was it.
I didn't even get to step out of the
truck in Asheville...because as it
turns out the man who wanted the
dump truck was located on the other

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Letters to the Editor


My name is Holli Moore and I
attend Bell High School. This past
week has not been a good week in
our community. These incidents have
reflected negatively on our commu-
nity.
A senior at Bell High School was
arrested last week. Presently he still
sits in jail with a $45,000 bail. His
family has lived in this area for years.
There is not a flight risk at all for this
person. I am not condoning any of
these actions of the students. I just
feel this is very harsh. His parents
have gone from being excited about
planning graduation to trying to raise
bail money. I really feel for his par-
ents and what they are going through.
What is the long term goal here? I am
not sure we should try to ruin his life
over his mistake.
This seems a little different treat-
ment than what occurred at :he be-
ginning of the school year by the
students from Trenton that vandal-
ized Bell High School. What was the
outcome of that incident? I don't re-
member that being a situation that re-
quired anyone spending time in jail.
Does that seem fair?
I feel that the punishment in our
schools depends on who, you are or
who your parents are. Some issues are
ignored while other issues are acted
on quickly, swiftly and unfairly.
I have dealt with being sexual ha-
rassed, harassed and bullied this en-
tire school, year. I have been called
vulgar names, given obscene hand
gestures (sexual in nature) and had
vulgar things written about me. This
is not one person, but a few. In one
of the incidents, I was called up so
that the person could apologize to
me. This person is a very good per-
son who never gets in trouble and is
a role model for our student body. It
just made me feel that if he/she thinks
that he/she can do it, how can we ever
hope to get a handle with the other
students. His/her apology did make


Thou Art My Trust From My Youth
(Kent Heaton)


Across the land, young people are preparing to
graduate from institutions of learning on the High School
level to College. The many years of hard work are
completed in the ceremonies of congratulations and
presentations of papers showing the honor of what they
have accomplished. Their eyes are bright with the hope
of dreams forged through the years of expectation of
such a day. As the rivers flow into the oceans in endless
volumes, our youth take their place in the sea of
humanity as pioneers of industry, leaders of community,
directors of hope and guides of another generation that
follow closely behind. Our young people are not only the
hope of tomorrow but also the vitality of today. They
represent the best of both worlds for today they look
with bright eyes to what they can achieve and what they
will accomplish in the future. Without a pattern to guide
them, they will fail. With each generation the baton is
passed and if that exchange is not done properly,
mistakes will be made.
King David wrote, "In thee, 0 LORD, do I put my
trust: let me never be put to confusion ... thou art my
hope, 0 Lord GOD: thou art my trust from my youth"
(Psalm 71:1,5). As a young man, David learned the
importance of trusting in God. He also knew the trust he
-learned as a young man would serve him well
throughout life. When David faced the giant Goliath, he
told King Saul: "Your servant used to keep sheep for his
father; and when there came a lion, or a bear, and took
a lamb from the flock, Iwent after him and smote him
and delivered it out of his mouth; and if he arose
against me, I caught him by his beard, and smote him
and killed him. Your servant has killed both lions and


bears; and this uncircumcised Philistine shall be like
one of them, seeing he has defied the armies of the
living God. The LORD who delivered me from the
paw of the lion and from the paw of the bear, will
deliver me from the hand of this Philistine" (1 Samuel
17:34-37).
Our young men and young women need this kind of
faith in what God can do in their lives. When they trust'
in God with all their might, they will not find
confusion. They will find strength even in the face of
the, giants of uncertainty they will face in life. Through
the power of God and the faith of His Word, the
mountains that must be climbed will be conquered with
true assurance and hope. Jehovah God will be their
strong refuge,, their help in time of trouble, and their
comfort on every side.
David loved the Lord with all his might and he
willingly gave praise to how the Lord had blessed his
life. "0 God, thou hast taught me from my youth: and
hitherto have I declared thy wondrous works. Now
also, when I am old and gray headed, 0 God, forsake
me 'not; until I have showed thy strength unto 'this
generation, and thy power to every one that is to come.
Thy righteousness also, 0 God, is very high, who hast
done great things: 0 God, who is like unto thee"
(Psalm 71:17-19). David was a man after God's own
heart (Acts 13:22) because he trusted in the Lord in
youth and in old age. May our young people remind us
the. value of trust and the blessing of hope in an
everlasting God. Whom can we compare to the majesty
of Jehovah God? How can we not have hope in our
youth who love the Lord and praise His mighty name?,


Trenton Church of Christ
463-3793 502 Northeast 7th Street Trenton, Florida 32693
Please Visit www.trentonchurchofchrist.com Email kerux@bellsouth.net


me feel better and it did not leave
me to wonder who did it. I just feel
that the student body does not get the
message that this is wrong.
This has been bad enough, but
then the school district ignores these
things until they get to a near violent
point.
The latest incident that has hap-
pened to me this year was when an
18-year-old senior wrote some inap-
propriate and vulgar things about me
in another students yearbook. The
SchoolAdministration and the district
say that this was this students' right
to freedom of speech. This was not
a direct form of harassment because
it was not written in my yearbook.
The student has been warned by the
School Administration and Deputy
Aderholt to leave me alone, yet has
continued throughout the school year.
He even felt arrogant enough to write
these things and sign his name. I am
supposed to feel better because it was,
removed from the yearbook.
This started at the beginning of the
school year. Things have been written
in marker about me on the walls, on
paper and posted in the bathrooms.
There is no secret about who is do-
ing it. They have admitted to doing
these things. Even as the "victim" of
the crime, I am not allowed to know
the outcome of the school investi-
gation or punishment, because of
student confidentiality. Most of the
time students are able to guess what
the punishment is. We see who is in
school suspension, or out of school
suspension, or lunch detention. There
are really no secrets.
The message that I have gotten
this school year is that bullying is al-
lowed, harassing a student is really
okay as long as there is no discus-
sion of physical violence. Feel free.
to write nasty things using vulgar
language, is okay. Making another
student hatq school because of your
harassing is really okay also. Most of
these things-are just using your free-
dom of speech.
But boy...pull out your cell phone
and boy watch the fireworks!
Holli Moore
Bell


Lottery Numbers

Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Lotto Drawing:
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One winner of the $10 million
jackpot.

5-Digit Winners:
60 at $6,301.00
4-Digit Winners
3,752 at $81.50
3-Digit Winners:
78,212 at $5.50
Play 4 Drawing:
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Cash 3 Drawing:
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Saturday, May 19, 2007

Lotto Drawing:
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One winners of the $3 million
jackpot.

5-Digit Winners:
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4-Digit Winners:
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3-Digit Winners:
75,892 at $5.00
Play 4 Drawing:
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Cash 3 Drawing:
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COOKING AND CARRYING' ON


By Cindy Jo Ayers


"Southerners can't st
alone. If we're going to
of greens we want to eat
mess of people."


stand to eat
cook a mess
them with a

Julia Reed


We have been enjoying fresh veg-
etables from the garden in the last
few weeks. Growing up on a farm
I remember our summertime meals
which consisted of all fresh vegeta-
bles from our garden. Momma would
cook acre peas, cream style corn, pan
fried okra, sliced fresh tomatoes and
cucumbers. There was usually a sim-
ple meat like fried bacon to go along
with the vegetables.
Back then we held hog killings in
the wintertime and my father cured
his own.bacon. This bacon was heav-
ily smoked and a little on the salty
side, but oh so good.
The bread at these mostly veg-
etable meals would always be some
form of corn bread. Often times it
would be hoecake. Hoecake is little
individual pancake shaped cornmeal-
based pieces of bread. They are fried
in only about a 1/4 inch or so of oil
and or butter. Some people even fry
hoecake in bacon grease.
Those vegetable meals of my child-
hood will be forever imprinted on
my memory. Maybe it was just the
fact that we grew the vegetables
ourselves. I guess when you have-
planted the seed, hoed the weeds, wa-
tered then picked, shelled and finally
cooked the peas you have a great ap-
preciation for that bowl of acre peas.
This week I've included the hoe-
cake recipe that I've been making
recently. The peppers and onions are
my addition. I can't help but think
that my late father would have loved
the addition of the jalapeno pepper.
He never came to the table without
three or four, hot peppers if we had
any kind of peas out of the garden.
He dearly loved chopped up fresh hot
peppers on his peas.

A friend sent me the following arti-
cle about friends vs. Southern friends.
Just thought I would share it.
"FRIENDS" VS. "SOUTHERN"'
FRIENDS
Friends: Never ask for food. South-
ern Friends: Always bring the food.
And lots of it.
Friends: Will say "hello". Southern
Friends: Will give you a big hug and
a kiss. More than once.
Friends: Call your parents Mr. and
Mrs. Southern Friends: Call your
parents Mom and Dad, and often.
Friends: Have never seen you cry.
Southern Friends: Cry with you. And
for you.


Friends: Will eat at your dinner ta-
ble and leave. Southern Friends: Will
spend hours there, talking, laughing,
and just being together. Then do the
dishes before leaving.
Friends: Know a few things about
you. Southern Friends: Could write
a book with direct quotes from you.
And most of the time know you bet-
ter than you do yourself.
Friends: Will leave you behind if
that's what the crowd is doing. South-
ern Friends: Will kick the whole
crowds' back-ends that left you. Then
walk beside you in the front of the
crowd.
Friends: Would knock on your
door. Southern Friends: Walk right
in and say, "I'm home!" If you are
not home they will wait.
Friends: Are for a while.
Southern Friends: Are for life. And
then some.

Hoecake is a simple variation of
corn bread, similar to compone. and
ashcakes. Made of corn meal, water
and salt, and originally cooked on the
flat of, a hoe over an open fire, hence
the name.
Johnnycakes, ashcake, battercake,
corn cake, compone, hoecake, hoe
cake, journey cake, mush bread,
pone, Shawnee cake, and jonakin
have been cooked in this .country
since colonial times.


1 cup self-rising flour
1 cup self-rising.cornmeal
2 eggs
2 tablespoons chopped jalapeno,
optional
2 tablespoons chopped onion,
optional
1 tablespoon sugar
3/4 cup buttermilk
1/3 cup plus 1 tablespoon water
1/4 cup vegetable oil or bacon
grease
1 tablespoon each of vegetable oil
anrid butter for-frying -- ..
Mix well all ingredients, except
fb-rflie frnmg oil and-butter Heat the
frying oil and butter in a medium or
large skillet over medium heat. Drop
the batter, by tablespoons, into the
hot skillet.
Use about 2 or 3 tablespoons of
batter per hoecake. Fry each hoecake
until brown and crisp; turn each hoe-
cake with a spatula, and then brown
the other side. Remove and drain on a
paper towel-lined plate, you will need
to add extra oil and butter before you
add additional hoecakes to the pan.
The ol' time hoecakes did not have.
the jalapeno or onion but I think they
make a good addition.


AMERICAN LEGION AIRS


JAMERSON-SHEFFIELD
POST 91
P. O. Box 559
TRENTON, FLORIDA 32693
352-463-1501
MEETS: 3RD THURSDAY


NEWBERRY
POST 149
P. 0. Box 1
NEWBERRY, FLORIDA 32669
352-472-6125
MEETS: 1 ST TUESDAY


Legionnaires
Memorial Day weekend has become a time for many things across the country.
Traditionally, it seems to signify that spring is here and many areas open up various
outdoor programs such as pools and parks in recognition of the summer days ahead.
However, it is a much more significant time to most Americans. It is a time when we
stop to honor those who gave their lives in defense of this great nation. Across the
country there will be many services honoring our fallen comrades I encourage everyone
to attend a service in your area. In the local area on Sunday, May 27 at 2:30 pm there
will be a Memorial Day service at the Cedar Key Cemetery. On Monday, May 28 at
11:00 am there will be a Memorial Day service at the Gilchrist County Courthouse
followed by a veteran's luncheon at the Trenton Community Center., Come out and join

us to pay tribute to our fallen veterans.
Heroes to Hometowns is a growing community-based effort to welcome home our
wounded warriors. The American Legion partnered with the Office of the Secretary of
Defense (OSD) in 2006 to support this new program. Due to re-construction at the
Pentagon, OSD's Military Severely Injured Center's Pentagon Detachment moved to a
new location in Arlington, Virginia. For more information on Heroes to" Hometowns,
The American Legion's DOD Liaison for the Severely Injured can be contacted at 703-
908-6250 or visit www.legion.org/h2h.
Need a copy of your military Record? If you've been discharged from military
service, your personnel files are stored at the National Archives and Records
Administration (NARA). NARA is the official repository for records of military
personnel who have been discharged from the U.S. Air Force, Army, Marine Corps,
Navy and Coast Guard. Recent military service and medical records are not online,
However, most veterans and their next-of-kin can obtain free copies of their DD Form
214 (Report of Separation) and other records in several ways. To obtain information
contained in your records, get in touch with your local County or Post Veterans Service
Officer and they can guide you through the process.
Local post and unit elections have taken place and installation ceremonies are being
scheduled. Post and Unit 91 Legion and Auxiliary will have and installation of officers
on Thursday, June 21, 2007 at 7 pm. Officers from District 4 will be on hand to install
these newly elected officers. More about post elections in a future article.
If you are a legionnaire or auxiliary member, have an email address and would like to
receive the LegionAires News via email please forward your email address request to
majorstroupe@yahoo.com. If you're are currently receiving this article and would like to
be removed from the distribution list, please e-mail me and let me know that. I am trying
to update this list in order to provide timely news articles to those who wish to have it.
Please keep our troops and their families in your prayers. We are proud of their
service and wish them all a safe return.
Post 91 in Trenton meets at 7 pm the third Thursday of the month.
Post 149 in Newberry meets at 7 pm the first Tuesday of the month.
Come out and join us.
FOR GOD AND COUNTRY
Major Stroupe
Service Officer Post 91


Meet Your Neighbor


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GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


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Kim Leigh Alderman-Lydick of
Fort White, formerly of High Springs
and originally from Bath, New York
and Allen .Curtis Hunter of Fort
White, formerly of High Springs
were engaged on October 20, 2006
and plan to wed on October 20, 2007
at the United Methodist Church in


Fort White, Florida.
Kim is the daughter of Miss Phyl-
lis Stopka of Bath, New York and the
late Paul Alderman of High Springs.
Allen is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Hunter of High Springs.
Allen and Kim are both letter car-
rier at the High Springs Post Office.


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Trenton Communitu Nazarene Church

(z miles west of traffic light on SKR-26)

10:50 a.m. Sunday Worship Service

7:00 p.m. Wednesday Worship Service

+65-1057 Pastor Merle Goodrich


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We Welcome You To
Mt. Nebo Baptist Church (SBC)
4200 N.W. CR-340, Bell, FL 32619
(3 miles North of Bell on Hwy-340 West)
Sunday School ............................. 9:45 am
Morning Worship ................................11 am
Evening Worship ................................... 6 pm
Wednesday Evening Services:
AWANA 6:15pm, Youth "JAM" night & Adult Bible Study... 7 pm
Pastor: Rev. Jimmy Corbin
Minister of Youth: Matt Holtsclaw
Church Phone: 386-935-3575
"Committed to Reaching People for Christ"




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Church women to hold
semi-annual thrift sale
June 1 and 2
The United Methodist Church
women will be having their semi-an-
nual thrift sale on Friday, June 1 and
Saturday, June 2, 2007 in the fellow-
ship hall.
On Friday, the hours will be from
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and on Satur-
day from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Everyone is invited to attend and
check out the new merchandise and
possibly find that special treasure you
may need or just want.
There will also be a bake sale with
everything from cakes to cookies to
peanut brittle.
The church is located at 203 N.E.
2nd Street, Trenton.
If you need any more information,
please call Betty Schofield at 463-
6138 or Janice Lee at 463-1391.


Remember Our Troops
by the Republican Executive
Committee of Gilchrist County
The Republican Executive Com-
mittee of Gilchrist County is at-
tempting to establish a current list
of all Gilchrist County residents,
who served in any branch of the U.S.
Armed Services between January
2006 and present.
The list will be used for our prayer
remembrance list and for a plaque
that will be presented to the county
during our Stars of Freedom Banquet
June 9,2007.
The plague will honor our fam-
ily and friends who have served our
country in the military and are the
Real Stars of Freedom.
The list below is incomplete, we
don't have all of the names and we
need your help to fill in the blanks.
We would like the present rank,
branch of military service, if the
person served in a combat zone and
present mailing address (all mailing
addresses will be kept confidential)
so that we can contact these brave
souls and personally thank them.
Please take the time to scan the
list and if you can help us call Ken
Palm at 352-463-0089 or Dr. Geneva
Comwell at 352-463-1473.
Thank you very much for your
help and Remember to Pray for our
Troops!
Mindy Alvord, Clayton App,
Kathy Arrington, Deborah J. Asse-
lanis, Drew Barry, Crystal L. Bay-
lon, Peter L. Belanger, Ronald H.
Benton, Jr., Thomas G. Bialozynski,
Timothy J. Blackford, Edward H.
Boland, Kevin C. Bost, Kristin A.


Brown, Joseph G. Bullock, Amy E.
Butler, Steven P. Butler, Steve Cal-
loway, Thomas Caudill, Alan H.
Caulk, John W. Charlton, Matthew
J. Charlton, Drew Cheatum, Wayne
Cheatum, William Eddie Coarsey,
Robert Collier, Ben Coppage, Levi S.
Coppage, Matthew Corbin, James A.
Cornwell, Ryan L. Dalton, Kenneth
D. Daub, David A. Davis, Rebecca
L. Davis, Andrew Dawkins, Robert
Dean, Kenneth Earl Ducker, Scott El-
more, Dawn R. Faught, Christine M.
Ferguson, Jimmy M. Fletcher (Army,
Iraq), Jr., Manley C. Frost, Christo-
pher L. Geiger, Kathfyn M. Grayson,
John Guzman, Brett Hanchey, Daniel
Hauprich, Jeremiah Hauprich, Jason
M. Hickey, Gary Hilliard, Dylan Hill-
iard, Mark Hilliard, Steven G. Hill-
iara J. B. Hodge, Raun M. Howell,
Joe Hudson, Carl Hunter, Jr., David
M. Janik, Jonathan W. Jenkins, Kath-
leen M. Jenkins, Melissa I. Johnson,
Kelli L. Keith, Eugene R. Kraemer,
Jr., Ann Marie Landrum, Brian Lan-
drum, Nicholas F. Langford, Heather
Langston, Peter E. Leone, Keith W.
Lightnpr, Mathew D. Lightner, Mi-
chael R. Lightner. Mathew C. Lind,
Rob Long, Diana Katie Lovett, Jona-
than W. Luchak, Michael J. Marquis,
Gus Mauldin, Michael Mayo, Evan
McQuiston, T. J. Miller, Mark Mil-
ton, Patrick G. Minto, Kenneth G.
Moreno, Allen Murray, Chevis W.
Musselman, Jimmi Myers, Daniel
Neal, Jr. Charity S. Odell, George
0. Osteen, David L. Philman, Donna
(Anderson) Powe, William Powell,
Heather N. Price, John S. Price, An-
gelina J. Rauseo, Steven Reed, Aaron
Riess (Afghanistan), Matthew T.
Riordan, Stephan Roberts, Jr., Ron-
ald T. Roberts, Thomas F. Roberts,
Kevin Rogers, Jody L. Rolling, Aar-
on D. Ross, Curtis L. Ross, Robert
Ross, Thomas J. Rush, Nitka Shearin,
Rex S. Shearin, Jeremy G. Shinkle,
Sherri L. Slaughter, Donna Slayton,
Donnie Slayton, James Slayton, Ty-
ler B. Smith, Christopher L. Snyder,
Joseph R. Snyder, Jeffrey E. Solis,
Donny Staton, James Staton, William
A. Suggs, Johnny R. Swedenburg,
Thomas J. Telfer, Brandon Thorsen,
Gregory Turner, Justin Twigg, Na-
than Twigg, Chad W. Vann, Camelle
N. Vernon, Robert G. Waldron, Dani-
elle M. Walker, LaShonda White,
Stacia L. Williams, R. L. Wills, Wes-
ley D. Wilson, Daniel Wood, Kyle
Worthington and Freddie D. Zayas.

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UNION BAPTIST CHURCH (SBC)
6259 $.E. 75TH AVENUE NEWBERRY, FL 32669

SUNDAY SCHOOL .................................. 9:45 AM
MORNING WORSHIP ................................... 11 AM
EVENING WORSHIP ..................................... 6'PM
WEDNESDAY EVENING SERVICES:
ADULT BIBLE STUDY, CHILDREN, & YOUTH ... 7 PM

PASTOR: TRAVIS MOODY
MINISTER OF YOUTH: ROBBIE BEACH
CHURCH PHONE: 352-472-3845
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5509 S.W. County Road 232, Bell, Florida
(Between Bell & Trenton 2.5 miles West of SR 129)

t Sunday School...........................0:00AM 4
Morning Worship....................11:00 AM
Evening Worship.......................6:00 PM
Wednesday Night Prayer/Youth.. .7:30 PM
Be a part of an exciting time of Worship and Bible Study.


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side of Asheville, within walking dis-
tance of the Tennessee state line.
That was some kind of a fun ad-
venture let me tell you!
When we finally got home Adam
looked at his frazzled wife and said
that it sure was a good trip. Just
spending quality time with his wife
in the truck was about all the fun he
could handle. I am not ashamed to
admit that it was at that point that
my-red headed temper showed itself.
Just because I have sworn off week-
end adventures with my husband
doesn't mean that we don't want to
hear your vacation stories. With the
summer approaching, the Gilchrist
County Journal is looking for sum-
mer vacation stories from our read-
ers. Let us know about your family
adventure! Call 463-7135 or e-mail
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Introduction workshop
for eBay to be held
June 22nd
There will be a free workshop for
anyone interested in the basics of
buying and selling on eBay on June
22, 2007 at 1:30 p.m. at the Gilchrist
County Public Library.
You must have a basic knowledge
of computers to sign up. Class size is
limited.
Please sign-up at the Gilchrist
County Public Library, across from
the high school in Trenton.


LilliAnne Clara McKenzie

Babjy Mcxenzie
Garrett and Jamie McKenzie of
Trenton would like to announce
their new arrival, LilliAnne Clara
McKenzie on March 30, 2007 at
North Florida Regional Women's
Center. She weighed 9 pounds and
8 ounces and measured 20.5 inches
long.
Paternal grandparents are Gary
and Angie McKenzie of Trenton and
Mike and Sandy Lee of Lake City.
Paternal great-grandparents are
Harvell and Ruth NesSmith of Tren-
ton.
Maternal grandparents are Sabra.
and Larry Lindsey of Trenton.
Maternal great-grandparents are
Lucy McKinney. of Newberry and
the late Homer and Raye Melgaard
of Trenton.


Trenton United
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9:30 am Sunday School
11:00 am Morning Worship Service
6:00 pm Wednesday Bible Study
Nursery provided 9-12 Sunday Morning
203 N.E. Second Street, Trenton
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Sunday School 9:45 AM (classes for all ages)
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Sunday Night Bible Study 6 PM
Wednesday Nights:
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THURSDAY, MAY 24, 2007


LIG CHRIST COUNTY JOUR L


Mr. and Mrs. Duane Schwingel and
Mr., and Mrs. Joe Caudill request the
honor of your presence at the union
of their children Adrienne Chris-
tine Schwingel and Thomas Keegan
Caudill on Monday, May 28, 2007 at


1:00 p.m. at First Baptist Church of
Chiefland.
A reception will follow at the Pine-
land Center, Chiefland.
Kindly R.S.V.P. by calling (352)
493-2058.


David and Mary Wise would like
to announce the marriage of their
granddaughter, Courtney Fay Wise to
John Robert Pendlebury, IV.
They were married in the pavilion


at Hart Springs on April 28, 2007 at
12:00 noon.
John is the son of Phyllis and John
Pendlebury.


Jim and Susan Billings of Chiefland
announce the upcoming wedding of
their daughter, Megan Billings to
'Chase Clunan, the son of Sam and
Sherri Clunan of Tallahassee.
' The wedding will take place on
Saturday, June 2, 2007 at 10:00 a.m.


' Happy Birthday wishes to Meveree
Carlisle-Pope, Kylee Diaz and Scotty
Tucker on May 24th; to Michelle
Watson, Nathan Smith, Don Dasher
and John York on May 25th; to John
Gidley and Mark McLeod on May
26th; to David Day and Patricia Ann
Carlisle on May 27th; to Siegfried
Gast, Dale Blankenship and Joseph
Hart on May 28th; to James Wiggins,
Quay Owens, Martha Mauldin, Gene
Wiggins, Poley Home and Judge Ed-
ward Philman and Kyle Caraway on
May 29th; to Heather Gunnells and
James Wilson on May 30th.


at Pine Grove Baptist Church in Tren-
ton, with the reception immediately
following at the Gilchrist County
Woman's Club.
All friends and relatives are invited
to attend.


Marriage Applications
In Gilchrist County
Stephen Joseph Kriechbaum,
9/17/1983, and Sara Marie Gillman,
9/14/1986, both from Ft. White.

Dan and Effie Jenkins
family reunion to be
held June 2nd
The Dan and Effie Jenkins family
reunion will be held Saturday, June 2,
2007 at the Hart Springs Pavilions A
and B. Lunch will be spread at 1:00
p.m. All relatives and friends are in-
vited.
Louise Mikell


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NOTICE OF LAND USE CHANGE
The Town Council of the Town of Bell, Florida, proposes to change
the use of land within the area shown on the map below, by amending the
text of the Town of Bell Comprehensie Plan, hereinafter referred to as
the Comprehensive Plan, as follows:
(1) CPA 07-1, an application by the Town Council, to amend the text
of the Comprehensive Plan, amending the Future Land Use Element by
adding a vision statement to guide future development of the Town.
(2) CPA 07-2, an application by the Tow n Council, to amend the text
of the Comprehensive Plan, amending Policy II. 1.1 of the Traffic Circu-
lation Element by adopting the Florida Department of Transportation
Quality/Level of Service Handbook 2002 and to amend the Future
Traffic Circulation Map to add annexed areas to the map.
TOWN OF BELL


The first of two public hearings concerning the amendments and the
first reading of ordinances adopting the amendments will be conducted
by the Town Council on June 7, 2007 at 6:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter
as the matters can be heard, in the Town Hall, located at 3240 West
Railroad Lane, Bell, Florida.
The public hearings are being conducted by the Town Council to
consider transmittal of the amendments to the Florida Department of
Community Affairs.
The public hearings may be continued to one or more future dates.
Any interested party shall be advised that the date, time and place of any
continuation of the public hearings shall be announced during the public
hearings and that no further notice concerning the matters will be
published.
At the aforementioned public hearings, all interested persons may
appear and be heard with respect to the amendments and the ordinances
adopting said amendments on the date, time and place as stated above.
Copies of the amendments and the ordinances adopting said amend-
ments are available for public inspection at the Office of the Town Clerk,
Town Hall, located at 3240 West Railroad Lane, Bell, Florida.
All persons are advised that, if they decide to appeal any decisions
made at the public hearings, they will need a record of the proceedings
and, for such purpose, they may need to ensure that a verbatim record of
the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.
Pub.: May 24, 2007b


Gilchrist County Solid
Waste Department to be
closed May 28th
The Gilchrist County Solid Waste
Department will be closed on Mon-
day, May 28, 2007 for the Memorial
Day holiday.
They will return to regular sched-
ule on Tuesday, May 29, 2007.
The Cruse Mobile route will be re-
scheduled for Tuesday, May 29,2007.
If you have any questions, please call
(352) 463-3185.


Recorded marriages in
Gilchrist County
Jeffrey David Swan, 2/13/1968,
and Amy Jean Bost, 7/8/1977, both of
Midway were married on 5/12/07 in
Trenton by Reverend Travis Moody.
Zachary David Clark, 6/19/1978, of
Trenton and Amanda Nicole Francis
Langford, 12/5/1979, of Cross City,
were married on 5/11/07, in Branford
by Pastor Gordon Keller.


Gilchrist County
Courthouse and all
county offices to be
closed May 28th
The Gilchrist County Courthouse
and all county offices will be closed
on Monday, May 28, 2007 in obser-
vance of Memorial Day.


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June 19th
The Gilchrist Soil and Water Con-
servation District Board will hold
their regularly scheduled monthly
meeting Tuesday, June 19, 2007 at
6:30 p.m. The meeting will be held at
the Akin's BBQ Restaurant in Bell.


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LIG CHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


Page Six


Bell Band holds Banquet


THURSDAY, MAY 24, 2007


Eighth grade award recipients-Gabrielle Hunter, Victoria Bachmann,
Garrett Boyd, Melanie Deane, Larah James and Sandra DeLeonarda.


Seventh grade award recipients-Desiree Holstein-Most Improved and
Most Outstanding Musicians-Britt Railey and Timothy Griffith.


Curt Crawford who received the Most Improved High School Musi-
cian award.


Sixth grade award recipients Gina Forsyth, Jamie Royster and Alexis
Svoehr.


Stephanie Deane receiving the John Phillips Sousa Award and Schol-
arship.


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Marching Band Officers and Section Leaders 2007-2008, left to right,
Kristen Burke, Jenny Norton-Aronowicz, Erica Dalhgren, Valerie
Fowler, Crystal Royster, Justin Seip, Sean Boutwell, Daniel Powell,
Charity Ware, Shannon Wells, Amber Forshaw and Alyssa Chaney.


On Friday, May 18th the Bell Band
Program held its annual awards ban-
quet to honor the hard work of its
Middle and,dHigh Scl phol musicians.
The evening began with the Boost-
4er Buzz and Boj6s' Presidei~ D'er-
bie Norton-Aronowicz recognizing
all the parents that have assisted the


band program during the year. Presi-
dent Norton-Aronowicz and outgoing
treasurer, Lisa Boutwell presented
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v ith a check from the balance of their
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next on the program with his awards
presentation. He presented each sixth
grader with a Certificate of Achieve-
ment.
He then presented each seventh
grader with a Certificate of Achieve-
ment. He also presented additional
seventh grade awards; Most Im-
proved Attitude-Sarah Heyman, Most
Improved Musician-Desi Holstein
and Outstanding Musicians-Timothy
Griffith and Britt Railey.
Each eighth grader was presented a
Certificate of Achievement and those
that participated in the Marching
Band received their Band Letter. Ad-
ditional eighth grade awards were;
Most Improved Attitude-Steven
McCaskey, Most Improved Musi-
,cian-Garrett Boyd and the Director's
Award for outstanding Middle School
Musician went to Gabrielle Hunter.
The ai,'. yards present.ition moveddqn
to High School musicians with each
student receiving their Marching Let-
ter or Bar depending on their years in
marching. They also received their
Superior Marching medals for the
marching season.
Mr. Eckstein announced for the
second year in a row that the tuba
section of Cory Edwards, Kevin
Conklin, Tony Ash and Garrett Boyd
was the outstanding section. He ex-
plained that at each competition the
adjudicators had commented in their
review that they wished they could
get their college musicians to play at
that level.
The Most Improved High School
Musician was Curt-Crawford and the
Outstanding High School Musician
was Stephanie Deane. In presenting
the John Phillip Sousa Award and
scholarship for the Outstanding Stu-
dent in Music and Leadership, Mr.
Eckstein explained that the recipient,
"Stephanie Deane has shown the mu-
sic ability by achieving a Superior on
:a grade 6 (professional level) solo at
State. Her leadership and dedication
to the band was shown earlier this
year when her house burned down
and she stayed with band for practice
for District."
The excitement of the night was
the announcement of next year's of-
ficers section leaders.
The Drum Majors are Cory Edwards
and Erica Dahlgren. The Captain is
Sean Boutwell and the Co-Captain
is Amber Forshaw. The Flag Captain
is Ulrica Diamond, the Quartermas-


ter is Jenny Norton-Aronowicz, the
Lead Historian is Kristen Burke, and
the assistant Historians are Charity
Ware and Crystal Royster.
The Librarians are Alyssa Chaney
and Erica Dahlgren. The Section
Leaders are Flutes-Amber Forshaw,
Clarinets-Shannon Wells, Saxo-
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class at their annual Dinosaur Dig. Shown are first row: Brandon Robertson, Everett Bailee, Skylynn
Thompson and Elholm Summer. Second row: Mrs. Adkins, Nathan Frazier, Cloud Haley, Abigail Molnar,
Annah Newton and Jamie Carlisle. Back row: Molly Miller, Harrison Redd, Mrs. Akins and Dakota
Scott.


Bell Band presents
Spring Concert
On Monday, May 14th, the Bell
Band Program presented its Spring
Concert at the Iris Roberts Audito-
rium. This year the concert was vid-
eotaped and recorded. The CDs were
$10.00 and the DVDs were $12.00
and all proceeds are to benefit the in-
strument fund.
Stephanie Deane began the concert


performing the Star Spangled Banner
on the flute. The mighty sixth grade
band performed Sawmill Creek, Re-
gal March and Polly Wolly Doodle.
The Purple Powerhouse Spinners
took center stage performing Techno
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Partita in A minor on the flute and
then Amber Forshaw and Stephanie
Deane teamed up. as a duet on picco-
los for Sailor Melody.
The seventh grade band performed


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Little Rondo for Band, a crowd pleaser
The Tenth Planet, an extremely well
done Blues Train, and the musicians'
favorite All Star. Brittany Peters and
Charity Ware played a saxophone
duet of Italian Rustic Dance. The
Clarinet Section of Melanie Spears,
Shannon Wells, Samantha Ryan and
Meredith Andrews performed. the
Michigan fight song of Victory. The
Saxophone section of Josh Ash, Char-
ity Ware, Brittany Peters and Kristen
Burke performed Rock Out.
The eighth grade concert band pre-
sented a program of A March on the
King's Highway, Air and March and
Portrait of a Clown.
A very special performance fol-
lowed the Eighth grade as Melanie
Spears and Shannon Wells performed
an original piece written by Melanie
Spears titled Woodland Fairies Dance
on clarinets. Guitarists Daniel Powell
and Kevin Conklin and drummer,
Tyson Railey, performed an excellent
Blues Jam that got the crowd mov-
ing. Stephanie Deane followed with a
flute solo of Image. The trio of Dan-
iel Powell, Kevin Conklin and Tyson
Railey really got the crowd rocking
with LaGrange by ZZ Top.
The High School Symphonic Band
performed pieces from State' and All-
County Band performances of Na-
tional Emblem, Ammerland, Brigh-
ton Beach March, Prelude-Siciliano-
Rondo, and Waves of the Revolution.
As changes were made, the Power-
house Drumline performed a Battery
Beat with an outstanding exchange of
stick maneuvering on the part of Ty-
ler Trinchero and J D Gray.
The Finale of the night had all the
middle school and high school musi-
cians coming in through different en-
trances of the auditorium to the shout
of Power House. The High School
Band performed Joy to the World
and then the entire middle,and high
school bands performed America the
Beautiful, stopping half way through
as the entire auditorium recited the
Pledge of Allegiance and then- the
Band completed the piece.
The Bell Band Boosters served
cake and punch following the perfor-
mance .


Bell FFA Alumni news
The Bell FFA Alumni would like to
announce its aWard winners from the
FFA Banquet on April 24,2007.
Senior Lauren Ellison received
the 2006-2007 Star Chapter Farmer
Award, receiving a belt buckle and a
plaque.
The Star Discovery Award went
to Lucas Wilson. Lucas received a
plaque for his hard work.
This year, we did not have a Star
Greenhand recipient.
President Melissa Brown presented
five outstanding seniors with scholar-
ships to help with their future educa-
tion.
The members receiving scholar-
ships were: Lauren Ellison, Lindsey
Martin, Sara Moran, Bradley Rhodes
and Jeffery Williams.
Three alumni members received
the Alumni Member Scholarships;
Joy Powell, Erin Sanders and Nicole
Scott received this award.
Congratulations to all these out-
standing students.


Bell High School's Top
Ten Seniors of 2007
Bell High School is proud of our
2007 Top Ten Seniors. They have
accomplished amazing things during
their tenure at Bell High School and
have outstanding goals and dreams
that they are hoping to achieve in
their future.
Jennifer Zerbe is the 2007 Vale-
dictorian at BHS. She is the daughter
of Bob and Joan Zerbe. She enjoys
reading, writing and hanging out with
her friends. Jennifer's activities in-
clude being in the Drama Club, Beta
Club and High-Q as well as working
at Scaff's .Supermarket. Her future
plans are to attend FSU in the Fall of
2007, but she hasn't chosen a major.
Hannah Hudson is the 2007 Salu-
tatorian at BHS. She is the daughter of
Ricky and Marchene Hudson. Hannah
enjoys spending time with her family
and friends, reading, scrapbooking
and going to church. Her activities
are volleyball, basketball, FFA, FCA,
Student Government, Class Officer,
Beta Club and ACE Teacher Cadet.
She plans to attend Florida College
in Temple Terrace, Florida with an
undecided major.
Mindy Cannon is the daughter of
Jean Ann and Ray Cannon. She likes
to read, participate in the community
theatre and hang out with her friends
and family. Mindy is in the JROTC
and Theatre. She plans to attend col-
lege and earn a degree in Criminal
Profiling.
Stephanie Deane is the daughter
of Susanne and Donald Deane. She
enjoys playing the flute, spending
time with her family, friends and
Chris; playing Kingdom Hearts and
playing pool. Her activities include
being in the Praise Band, Marching
and Symphonic Band and the Beta
Club. Stephanie's future plans are to
attend Santa Fe Community College
for one year to complete her AA De-
gree and then transfer to University
of Florida to get her Master's Degree
in Music Education.
Amanda Diehl is the daughter of
Michael and Danielle Diehl. She en-
joys reading, writing and the World of
Warcraft. Her activities are the Dra-
ma Club, Beta Club and Hi-Q Club.
Amanda plans to attend University
of Florida to achieve her doctorate in
pharmaceutical chemistry.
Kyle Anthony Edwards is the son
of Mark and Nancy Edwards. He en-
joys reading, playing the guitar and
video games. His activities are be-
ing in the Drama and Beta Clubs. He
plans to attend University of Florida
for a degree in Graphic Design.
Shelly Marie Kennedy is the
daughter of Chuck and Linda Ken-
nedy. She enjoys reading, writing and
drawing. Her activities include Hosa,
Beta, Criminal Justice and Drama.
She plans to' attend University of
Florida to get her PhD in Forensic
Anthropology.
Lindsey Martin is the daughter
of Bill and Kim Martin. She enjoys
scrapbooking, reading her Bible,
spending time with her family and
friends, spending time with her
church family and youth group. Her
activities include being President for
Student Government, Senior Class
President, FFA President, Fellowship
of Christian Athletes Vice-President,
Beta Club member and ACE Teacher
Cadet. Her plans'are to attend the
Honor Academy in Garden Valley,
Texas for at least one year, then she
plans to return to Florida to finish up
her AA Degree at Lake City Com-
munity College and then transfer to
University of Florida and eventually
begin her own missions program.
Matt White is the son of David
and Elizabeth White. He enjoys go-
ing to rcurch, playing video games,
listening to music, sleeping, much
sleeping and some eating. He is Cap-
tain of the band and Hi-Q team and
in the Drama Club. He plans to go to
University of Florida to study medi-
cine and become a doctor.

fishing, shopping, spending time with
family and friends and her church
youth group. Her activities are soft-
ball, cheerleading, Beta Club, Student
Government and FCA. Her plans are
to become a full-time student at Lake
City Community College then further
her education at University of Florida
to specialize in the nursing field.
Congratulations to our Top Ten
Seniors and all of our seniors at Bell
High School. We are extremely proud
of them and know that they will go
on to accomplish all of their plans
and dreams. Great job, Bulldog Class
of 2007!


Notice to parents
Meeting to be held May 31st
Parents of students with disabilities
enrolled in private schools located
in Gilchrist County are invited to a
meeting on the Individuals With Dis-
abilities Education Act (IDEA).
The purpose of this meeting is to


share meaningful and timely infor-
mation on programs and services
available to students with disabilities
enrolled in private schools.
You will also have the opportunity
to provide input to the school district
on priority needs that may be ad-
dressed through current and future
IDEA projects.
Due consideration will be given to
input from parents and other inter-
ested parties.
Please call the Special Programs
office at (352) 463-3153 or (800)
884-9131, if you plan to attend.
The meeting will be on May 31,'
2007, at 10:00 a.m., in the Gilchrist
County School Board Conference
Room at 310 NW 11th Avenue, Tren-
ton.


P K Yonge Defeats
Trenton in Spring
Jamboree
The Trenton Tigers and P. K. Yonge
Blue Wave gave the fans a night of
high school football action Friday
evening as the two teams battled four
quarters before P K Yonge escaped
with a 14-12 victory.
The Tigers attempted a 30-yard
field goal in the second quarter, the
kick was long enough but drifted just
wide of the uprights. In the closing
minutes of the second period, P. K.
Yonge scored a touchdown to take a
7-0 lead into intermission.
In the middle of the third period,
the Blue Wave scored a second touch-
down and an extra point to increase
their lead to 14-0.
Trenton's Chase Beckham put
the Tigers within striking distance
of their opponent when he scored a
touchdown in the opening minutes of
the final period. The extra point went
wide as the Tigers settled for a 14-6
score. Trenton's C. J. Bowers gave
the Tiger fans hope for the victory
when he scored a touchdown within
the last minute of the game. The Ti-
gers went for the 2-point conversion
and although fans on the, sidelines
indicate the ball crossed the plane of
the goal, the officials indicated the
ball carrier fell short of the goal line.
The Tigers had a great effort and
will continue to work hard during
the summer to prepare for their 2007
season.


Branford scores in the
final period to escape
with win over Bell
The Bell Bulldogs jumped out to
an early 14-0 lead as they played the


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Page Seven
Branford Bucs Friday night in spring
football jamboree action.
The Bulldogs scored with 6:44 re-
maining in the opening period when
quarterback Justin Fowler connected
with Mitchell Bell on a 6-yard touch-
down pass. Fowler again went to a
receiver and found Shawn Yingling
for a touchdown with 2:37 remaining
in the first period. Fowler escaped
and crossed the goal line for a 2-point
conversion to give the visitors a 14-0
edge.
The Bucs got their offense on track
in the second period as Suggs scored
a touchdown. Clark dashed into the
end zone for the 2-point conversion
to cut the Bell lead to 14-8. With 2:57
remaining in the first half, the Bucs
took a 2-point lead after Clark scored
the touchdown and the conversion.
The two teams went head. to head
in the second half battling for field
position. Branford's Clark sealed the
victory for the Bucs when he scored
a touchdown with 6:00 remaining in
the game.
The Bulldogs 'were led on the
ground by Lee Carlisle with 11 car-
ries for 55 yards. ShawnYingling
rushed for 27 yards on 7 carries. Jus-
tin Fowler completed 11 of 28 passes
for 2 touchdowns with 2 intercep-
tions. Mitchell Bell led all receptions
in the game with 5 catches for 79
yards. Bell also set the stage for the
Bulldogs defense as he had 7.5 solo
tackles from his middle linebacker
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Katie Hankins


Joshua Hart


Emily Hetherington


Austin Hilliard


Samantha Hooper Ashley Houston


Kyle Houston


Christopher Hovey


Mark Hurst


Christopher lasimone


Amanda Jacobs


Felicia James


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Justin Jennings Jessica Johnson


Matt Knight


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Public auction and
benefit barbecue dinner
to be held June 16th for
Gary "Possum" Tryon
and family
A public auction and benefit barbe-
cue dinner will be held at the Trenton
City Park and community center on
Saturday, June 16, 2007 with the pro-
ceeds going to Gary "Possum" Tryon
and family.
The dinner will be served starting
at 1:00 p.m., Texas Hold'em Tourna-
ment at 2:00 p.m., then an auction at
5:00 p.m.
There will be a raffle for half a beef,
cut and wrapped with two drawings,
a cakewalk with entertainment and
booths from 1:00 p.m. until.
If you would like to donate a cake
for the cakewalk call 463-7079, or if
you would like to donate any items)
for the auction please contact the
following: Moe at (352) 316-3334,
Skeet at (352) 745-0330, Gwen at
(352) 535-7598 or Jamie at (352)
221-0142. Pick-up for local items
will be available.
Donations may also be made at any


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the name, Chris or Tammie Tryon.
Plan to attend and enjoy a day of
fun and friendship and help support
your own. Show your support!


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Athlete Annie Voyles
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Atlantic University

Former Trenton student athlete
Annie Voyles graduated from Florida
Atlantic University in Boca Raton on
May 4, 2007 with a bachelor's degree
in interdisciplinary studies. A week
later she drove in the winning run
for the FAU Owls in a televised Sun
Belt Conference championship soft-
ball game. Annie will continue her
education at the U.S. Sports Acad-
emy in Daphne, Alabama where she
will pursue a masters degree in sports
management and coaching.
Annie was an honor roll student
in Bronson schools from kindergar-
ten through ninth grade. She was a
starting player for the Lady Eagles
softball team in seventh, eighth and
ninth grade, drum line captain for the
Marching Eagles Band, member of
the High-Q Team and active partici-
pant in student government.
During her years at Trenton High
School, Annie continued as. an honor
roll student, earning a Bright Futures
college scholarship when she gradu-
ated in 2003. By pitching the Trenton
Tigers to three post season softball
appearances (including a conference
title) and often leading the team in
offense, Annie became a dominant
player in the region and was recruited
by several colleges and universities.
As the freshman starting pitcher at
Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort'
Myers, Annie was one of two pitchers
to lead the FGCU Eagles to a record-
setting 25 game winning streak and
finished the season with a personal
record of 13 and 3. Voyles was voted
conference freshman of the year and
elected first team all conference. Dur-
ing her sophomore year Anrie was
. also a hitting le-adeq Tiefr team
Af[er transferrin- to Florid.a -t-
, .tBtic a'-Divniinri T t'hool, Anrif'
became a catcher who specialized in
pitch calling. During her first season
at FAU in 2006, Annie was part of the
Atlantic Sun Championship team and
regional runners up in the Gainesville
regional, defeating UF twice to knock
it out of the race for the post season
title. FAU, regular season conference
champions, participated in the Sun
Belt championship earlier this month
where Annie was behind the plate
calling pitches. She hit a double in
the championship game against Troy,
driving in the only run scored in the
game, the run that sealed the champi-
onship game for Florida Atlantic.
Annie's next stop academically
will be at the U.S. Sports Academy.
The Academy is the only accredited
school in this country that exclu-
sively offers sports related bachelors,
masters and doctoral degrees. Her
goal is to become a head coach at a
top college and university, a career
that requires a masters degree at a
minimum.
Annie is the daughter of Dennis
and Karen Voyles of Bronson and the
granddaughter of Marilene Romig
of Williston and Monica Olsen of
Chiefland.


Austin Davis makes
President's List at
Southwest Georgia
Technical College
Southwest Georgia Technical
College in Thomasville honors Tri-
County student Austin Davis, son
of Pete and Lynn Davis of Trenton,
who made the President's List for the
Winter quarter.
Austin and his family were invit-
ed to a tea honoring the students on
April 18, 2007.
Congratulations to the college stu-
dent!







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Shown are: Assistant Siupcrintiid,'iint Dr. Jim Surrency and pic-
tured left; Wendy O'Steen, Kimberly Hines, Sherry Lindsey, Super-
intendent Buddy Vickers, and Jonathan Kincaid Trenton Rotary Club
President.


Monday, May 14, Wendy O'Steen,
Kimberly Hines and Sherry Lindsey
presented the 90% Reading Goal to
the Rotary Club.
The presentation was sponsored by
Mr. Buddy Vickers, Superintendent
of Gilchrist County School Board
and Assistant Superintendent, Dr.
Jim Surrency.
Keepsake quilt reminder
for Langford reunion
All who wish to participate in
the drawing for the Quilt (Langford
Reunion) should get your squares
mailed out as soon as possible.
If you didn't purchase one at the
reunion, cut a 10xl0 inch square of


The Goal describes avenues for
the school and community to enable
at least 90% of students to read at
grade level or above by the end of
third grade. One of the avenues for
the community to become int ol ed is
reading or listening to a child read for
20 minutes daily. Have you read or
listened to a child read today?
cotton material. Applique, paint, em-
broider or quilt something on it to
represent your family. Make sure it's
washable.
Send it along with $1.50 per square
to Phronia Stanley, 10404 N. Pawnee
Ave. Tampa, Florida 33617-3436 .
For any questions call (813) 988-
0897.


THURSDAY, MAY 24,21007


GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


POop Ten


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Melissa r. ,',t
Melissa Brown
graduates from College
of Agriculture and Life
Sciences
The family of Melissa Brown is
pleased to announce her graduation
from the College of Agriculture and
Life Sciences at the University of
Florida on May 4, 2007. Melissa re-
ceived her Bachelors Degree in Agri-
cultural Communications.
She is a 2003 graduate of Bell High
School and a 2005 graduate of Santa
Fe Community College.
Melissa is the daughter of Linda
Brown of Bell and Rick Brown of
Adairsville, Georgia.


Chad Brock receives
scholarship from Lyon
College
Chad Brock, a 2004 Chiefland
High School graduate and Santa Fe
Community College student has been
accepted for admission to Lyon Col-
lege and has been awarded a Transfer
and Athletic Scholarships.
Each year Lyon College awards
scholarships to outstanding appli-
cants who show special promise as
productive members of the college
community and valuable contribu-
tors in the field of their choice. Based
upon a demonstrated record of aca-
demic success and leadership, Chad
has been awarded scholarships val-
ued at $15,500.00 per year.
Chad is the son of Charles and
Donna Brock of Chiefland. He is the
grandson of Juanita Morrison and the
late Jack Morrison of Bronson and
Annette Brock and the late Frank
Brock of Trenton.
Founded in 1872. L'on is the old-
eqt independent college in Arkansas
operating under its original chiart'er h
has been classified as a baccalaureate
(liberal arts) college by the Carnegie
Foundation for the Advancement of
Teaching and is ranked in the third
tier of bachelor's colleges nation-'
ally by U.S. News and World Report.
Thirteen of eighteen Arkansas pro-
fessors of the year have been from
Lyon College.

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been reserved for each of us.,
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LOG CABIN QUILTERS


This is the magnolia appliqued quilt that has finally finished. It is for
sale and is hanging so all can see.
Log Cabin Quilters met Thursday, boys do for us out here. No matter
May 17th at the Levy County Quilt what needs to be done, they do it
Museum. It has been a busy week. willingly. Thanks, Lancaster.
Monday, we took 16 bags of what- Quilting was done on all four quilts
ever to the St. Francis House. Tues- and many went through the fabric and
day, Greg and 6 boys were out and whatever that is always being brought
the yard was mowed and fixed up in. We appreciate all that comes in.
and whatever was needed was done. We were sad to hear that Martha
After lunch, four of the boys helped Maddox passed away. She joined the
wash and grind squash, so I could club in 1986 and she anid Jim came
make relish. They then sliced about out in 1991 to survey where the mu-
a 1/2 bushel of small cucumbers for seum would be built. We have lots of
bread and butter pickles. There was great memories with them.
a big pile of large cucumbers that Lunch was so good. Fried squash,
they peeled, seeded, and cut up for rice, macaroni and cheese, lots of sal-
Cinnamon Red Hats. They did all ads, green beans, cabbage, potatoes,
this in two hours and if I had to do pecan pie, and so much more.
it, I would be all day but as it was' There were 12 members present
got it all canned Wednesday. No one and 6 visitors.
knows how much I appreciate all the Winelle Home
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*Emory Philman- Massage Therapist
*Brandy Lovelace- Recreational Therapist
*Bruce Sessler- Funeral Home Director
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*Jeffery Bennett & David Smullen- Radiologist
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Gilchrist County
Historical Society to
sponsor Memorial Day
Tribute May 28th
The Gilchrist County Histori-
cal Society is proud to sponsor this
year's Memorial Day Tribute on
Monday, May 28, 2007 at the court-
house beginning at 11:00 a.m. and
followed by a luncheon at the Com-
munity Center at noon. Everyone is
invited to attend as we honor those
who have given their lives in service
to the United States and to all who
have served and are serving. When
patriots fired the "shot heard round
the world" at Lexington and Concord
in 1775, it began a legacy of courage
and sacrifice for the cause of freedom
that is unmatched in any nations' an-
nals of noble endeavors.
America stands for freedom. We
are a nation that has done more for
the world than any other to promote
ideals of freedom and justice, de-
spite what enemies, detractors and
the poorly informed may propagate.
We meet this Memorial Day to honor
the fallen who have served so no-
bly to build the legacy of freedom.
Throughout our history, the courage
of those we honor resonates in the
hearts of people the world over who
now live freely because of their sac-
rifice. War by definition is a difficult
task, and those who think that timeta-
bles and appeasement can sway mur-
derous fanatics are fools. The march
of progress in humanity has often
been possible only by the sacrifice
of those willing to fight for a better
world. That is our legacy.
The Gilchrist County Historical So-
ciety is honored to present its eighth
consecutive Memorial Day Tribute.
We would like to do more to recog-
nize the achievements of the past and
nurture community enrichment. To
be an active and vibrant organization
dedicated to these goals as we move
toward the future, we need you!
We meet on the second Tuesday
of each month at 7:00 p.m. Our next
meeting is June 13, 2007 at the Tren-


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ton Depot. Our tasks will be to create
bylaws and long term goals for our
organization and develop ideas to rec-
ognize and display our rich, unique
way of life here in what we believe
to be the finest place.on God's great
earth. Please join us Monday as we
honor our fighting men and women,
and at our next meeting in June. Let's
build something exciting together!
Gilchrist County
Historical Society


Florida Department
of Health offers public
health recommendations
regarding wildfire
smoke
Due to the recent wildfires affect-
ing the state, the Florida Department
of Health (DOH) is providing health
recommendations to citizens impact-
ed by the wildfire smoke.
Smoke is a respiratory irritant, and
can cause a scratchy throat, and/or
irritated eyes and nose. Smoke may
also worsen conditions such as asth-
ma and other chronic respiratory or
lung conditions.
There are many steps you can take
to protect yourself and your family
from the health effects of smoke:
Be your own health judge. If you
can see smoke outside, or you feel the
effects of the smoke, avoid prolonged
outdoor activities. It is especially im-
portant to limit time spent outdoors
for children and persons with exist-
ing medical conditions.
Stay indoors whenever possible.
Run your air conditioner with a
clean filter and the fresh air intake
closed, to prevent additional smoke
from entering your home. If you
don't have an air conditioner and are
at a comfortable temperature inside
with the windows closed, stay inside.
If your home is too warm, seek alter-
native shelter. ,
Keep particle levels inside and
around your home lower by not burn-
ing outdoor yard waste, smoking to-
bacco, or using anything that bums,
such as wood fireplaces, gas logs, gas


stoves and candles.
Delay vacuuming when possible,
as vacuuming stirs up particles al-
ready inside your home.
Follow your doctor's advice about
taking your medications and adhere
to your asthma management plan if
you have asthma or other lung dis-
ease.
Call your doctor if your symptoms
worsen.
Stay alert to any news coverage or
health warnings related to smoke.
Pay attention to local air quality


pringhoume Quilters
Springhouse Quilter's had a fun great place for visitors to
day during their May meeting. The Christmas, birthday and
social time before the meeting was events gifts.
a special tea celebrating the begin- Raffle tickets for the 2(
ning of the spring flower season. quilt. have been given to
The hostesses wore special hats along with a picture of
made by 4-H members and served The quilt is made using
different flavors of speciality teas shades of blue. The quil
along with a table full of delicious being completed by mean
finger goodies. quilting the quilt by our i
The fun tea time was before the The quilt will be placed o
meeting got under way and was en- at the Suwannee Valley Qi
joyed by all members present. local banks and business
The October quilt show is about area. Raffle tickets are
five months away and members from any Springhouse me
are busy finishing up their great Springhouse Quilters h
quilting projects in anticipation of monthly meetings on th
the show. The gift shop chairman, Tuesday each month and
Elaine Zahn and her committee, are a workshop on the fourth
working hard in getting members to for members to learn n
make gift items for the shop. Some niques and quilting ideas.
of the gift items are being given to For more information o
Elaine and she has been encour- house Quilters, contact
aged by the display of member inger, 463-3971, or Lo
participation as they complete their 463-2207.
gift items. The gift shop is always a Lois Scott,


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reports.
For more information on the air
quality index and recommendations:
please visit: http://www.dep.state.
fl.us/air/airquality.htm.
For further information, please
contact your local county health de-
partment or visit www.doh.state.fl.us
or www.FloridaDisaster.org.
The Florida Emergency Informa-
tion Line: 1-800-342-3557.
Public Information Emergency
Support Function: 850-921-0384


OPEN BARDE4
Eddy & Cindy Scott of Countryside Daylilies are
having an open house at their garden every weekend:
in May and the 1st weekend in June from 8am 2pm
on Saturday and Sunday. They have a large land-
scaped garden with several split rail fences, old sugar
kettles, peacocks, and 2 koi ponds. There will be thou-
sands of blooming hybrid daylilies & myriad other
flowers. They are located in NE Gilchrist County.
From the intersection of County Road 340 & State
Road 47 (flashing red light) go North on SR-47 for 1.5
miles to NE 65th Street (limerock road) also marked
Ginnie Springs --> turn right & go 8/10 mile. For
more information go to countrysidedaylilies.com or
call 386-454-3937 or 386-454-3687.


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GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


THURSDAY, MAY 24,2007


Ayers Health and Rehabilitation Center hosts Annual

Volunteer Banquet


non-financial services companies
worldwide to have attained the
highest possible credit ratings from
Standard & Poor's, Moody's and
Fitch, the three benchmark rating
agencies.
The intrinsic value of the shares on
a discounted earnings basis, with an
earnings growth rate of 7.5 percent
and a discount rate of 11 percent, is
$65, while a discounted free cash
flow to the firm approach yields an
intrinsic value of $75 per share.
My earnings estimate for 2007 is
$3.44 per share with a target price
on the shares of $63, yielding a gain
of 10 percent over the next 9-12
months. In addition, there is a current
dividend yield of 1.6 percent.
You can write to financial columnist
Lauren Rudd at 5 Gulf Manor
Drive, Venice, Fl. 34285 or email at
LVERudd@aol.com. Prior columns
are available at RuddReport.com.


Clara Mae Holder
Stalvey celebrates 95th
birthday
On Sunday, May 6, 2007 family
and many friends gathered to cel-
ebrate the 95th birthday of a grand
lady born May 8, 1912 as Clara Mae
Holder in Alachua County.
She married Dewey J. Stalvey on
April 7, 1928 moved to Gilchrist
County and spent many years being
a devoted wife to him until his death
on February 27, 1998. Together they
raised four children, known through-
out this area and surrounding as Wil-
lie Mae Jones, Ruby Lee Barron (de-
ceased), Dewey Cleveland Stalvey,
Lois Eunice Blevins, who have-
blessed her with 12 grandchildren,
26 great-grandchildren and 10 great-
great grandchildren giving her many
moments of joy and happiness.
Mrs. Stalvey and her family would
like to express their deepest gratitude
for the many prayers, visits, cards,
phone calls, gifts, and food they have
received since her heart attack in Jan-
uary 2007.


Ayers Health and Rehabilitation Center Volunteers of the Year, J. R.
1 Kimbrell and Hazel Vick.


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Robbins.


In April, the front lawn of Ayers
Health and Rehabilitation Center be-'
came the setting for a huge western
hoe-down'! Over '200-cowboys and
cowgirls came out to be recognized
for all they did for Ayers this past
year. What a wonderful turnout we
had. Decorations provided by most
of the staff and or family members
also helped us out.
Of course, with the western theme,
we had to have the Tri-County Square
Dancers come to entertain us during
the evening. Nothing like that good
ole' square dancing to make your toes
tap.
Audience participation was a de-
light. What good sports our volun-
teers are. Dinner was served, fried
chicken, potato salad, rolls and peach
cobbler for dessert.
Thank you to all the partners for
working so hard. We thank all of
those that helped put together our
volunteer banquet.
It was a pleasure to award our 2006
plaques. Blue Springs 4-H Club was
our "Organization of the Year." We
can always depend on them to deco-
rate our home for the holidays. Our
residents look forward to watching
them every year. Thank you for a
wonderful job.
BerniRobbins was our "Entertainer
of the year." Our residents look for-
ward to Berni coming in on Mondays


to play those old-time songs,they so
deal love
Manatee Springs Assembly of God
Oa.i 'I'Church- dflhe'Year' "'It' aa
pleasure to have them come every
month to do a service for our resi-
dents.
Ayers Health and Rehabilitation's
Sunday morning service leaders Ha-
zel Vick and J.R. Kimbrell were our
"Volunteers of the Year."
Plaques were also given to Women
of the Moose #494 and V.F.W. #5625
for their work throughout the year
here at Ayers Health and Rehabilita-
tion.
In recognition of our volunteers
who come often to help with our ac-
tivities, special gifts were given as a
thank you for their devotion to Ayers.
Flower arrangements on the tables
were given away as door prizes. A
fun evening for all!
Thank you to all the businesses
who made our evening a huge suc-
cess. Thank you again for all you
do for Ayers Health and Rehabilita-
tion Center. It's a pleasure to have so
many dedicated volunteers to help
us here at Ayers. We commend you
all for what you do for our residents.
Thank you to all the volunteers in
our community that go beyond what
is expected of you. You're all God's
angels!
Sincerely,
The Ayers Family


Streetwise
(Continued from page three)
target price on the shares of $62, as
compared to a price back then of $55.
Although earnings came in a bit light
of my estimate at $3.06 per share, the
number was still a 16 percent increase
over 2005.
Sales increased 15 percent to
$37.02 billion, while operating
income was up 18 percent to $8.17
billion. The shares recently traded
at $57.40 after reaching a high of
$61.70 last November.
The company began 2007 with
some strong numbers for the first
quarter as net sales increased 18
percent to $9.8 billion. Operating
income advanced 11 percent to $2.5
billion. Earnings were 92 cents per
share.
Novartis revised its 2007 net
sales outlook on March 30 when it
announced that it would suspend
sales of Zelnorm, at the request of the
FDA, taking into account a reduction
in net revenues of more than $600
million during the remainder of
2007.
Nonetheless, Novartis reaffirmed
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record operating and net income
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THURSDAYMAY 242007


Gilchrist County Woman's Club


Inisheer Dance Company with Tom Staley and Lee Staley in the back-
ground from the Florida State Fiddlers'Association providing the mu-
sic.
Trenton Farmers Market celebrates
first anniversary


The Trenton Farmers' Market cel-
ebrated its first anniversary with style
on Saturday, May 19,2007 as the Old
train Depot overflowed with music,
arts and crafts and local produce.
Gainesville's Inisheer Irish Dance
Company directed by Piper Call, pro-


vided three hours of world-class en-
tertainment. Contemporary Irish step
dancing, sean nos-or old style Irish
dancing, Scottish dance and E-ceili
were some of the styles performed.
Lee Staley, teen Irish fiddling phe-
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News
Twenty members of the Gilchrist
County Woman's Club braved the
smoke and ash on May 10, 2007 to
attend our last meeting of the year.
Mary Jo Mansfield filled in for Chris
Schrieber and coordinated the mem-
bership committee to put on a special
evening. The tables were decorated
beautifully and the food was superb.
Lynn Parkes gave the blessing. After
a short business meeting our District
5 Director, Geraldine Ward, was in-
troduced to preside over the installa-
tion. It was a pleasant evening.
The membership committee pre-
sented President Sharon Bard and
Secretary Annie Talley with flow-
ers for a job well done over the past
year. They will be continuing in their
posts for the coming year. Geraldine
Ward was presented with a gift for
her work on the installation. It was

Tom, President of the Florida State
Fiddlers' Associations, provided the
music.
Arts and crafts demonstrated on
the platform were: wood turning by
Jim Carlson, hand thrown pottery by
Lenore Nichols, spindling Gulf Coast
Native sheep fleece by Elle Hogan,
stitchery by Barbara Moore and deer-
skin tanning by Jan Tucker.
Farmers bringing their fresh-from-
the-garden produce included D & D
Farms (Trenton), Montgomery Farms
CSA (Bell\ Al Hastings (Trenton),
and Kay Barlow (Trenton).
Although there can be only one
anniversary in a given year, the mar-
ket will most definitely be holding a
Saturday Block Party in June. Don't
miss this one! The amazing Hot Band
of Lottievill will be burning up the
stage with their Texas Swing, and the
produce is sure to be overflowing.


a short evening due to the heavy
ash falling outside. You would have
thought it was snowing the way our
cars were covered.
We have been asked to remem-
ber Kathy Wolford, Norma Birman,
Donna Hayes and Sylvia Roberts
family in our prayers.
Re-enrollment forms will be sent
out for members to fill out and return
with their dues of $30.00 to the P.O.
Box. Congratulations Sharon. We
look forward to your presidency next
year!
Lynn Parkes


Resurfacing work starts
on State Road 26
Daytime lane closures began Mon-
day as the resurfacing of 13 miles
of State Road 26 from west of U.S.
129 in Trenton to the western side
of Newberry, according to the Flor-
ida Department of Transportation
(FDOT) Public Information Office.
Motorists should expect 10-15
minute delays for this work which
will be done between 8:30 a.m. to
10:00 p.m. Crews are removing the
existing pavement and placing new
asphalt on the eastbound lanes start-
ing in Trenton and heading toward
Newberry. After the eastbound lanes
are repaved up to the curbed area in
Newberry, work will begin on the
westbound lanes. The downtown
Newberry area will be resurfaced lat-
er in the project. Work will continue
on sidewalk repairs and drainage im-
provements during resurfacing.
Lane closures are currently sched-
uled Monday through Saturday. Nb
work after 10:00 p.m. will be allowed
because of noise and close location
of homes along the roadway. Access
to all residents and businesses will be


Manatee and Fanning Springs Park Manager Sally Lieb, Park Spe-
cialist and Pure Water Wilderness Director John Lohde, Pure Water
Wilderness Director Mark Gluckman, Pure Water Wilderness Chair-
man Ralph Tyre, Chamber Treasurer Debbie Dembo, Chamber Vice-
President and Pure Water Wilderness Director Debbie DeWeese and
Pure Water Wilderness Director Carol McQueen.


Pure Water
Wilderness Supports
Red Belly Days
By Donna Creamer
On Wednesday, May 9, 2007 just
prior to the big event "Red Belly Day"
which will be held on May 26, 2007,
Dixie Chamber of Commerce mem-
bers and members from Pure Water
Wilderness met at Rachel's Stage in
Panning Springs State Park for a very
special ceremony of sorts. Chamber
treasurer, Debbie Dembo, was pre-
sented with a check for $500.00 from
Pure Water Wilderness Chairman,


maintained throughout the project.
Motorists are reminded to wait for
traffic to clear before entering a lane
closure from a side street or drive-
way.
The FDOT has hired Anderson Co-
lumbia Company, Inc. of Lake City
to complete the project by Spring
2008, depending on weather or other
unforeseen conditions.
For additional information regard-
ing this project, contact the Public


Ralph Tyre, as a token of their sup-
port for this annual event which will
be held at the park.
The Dixie Chamber would like to
express their sincere thanks to Pure
Water Wilderness for all the support
they give Dixie County in helping
get the word out that Dixie is an eco-
tourism haven. Pare Water Wilder-
ness, through a number of sources,
promotes the Suwannee River as well
the other waterways in the Tri-Coun-
ty region along with all the beautiful
and numerous springs located in Di-
xie, Gilchrist and Levy Counties.


Information Office at 800-475-0044
or chip.skinner(%eartech.com For
information about FDOT projects
around Northeast Florida, visit www.
nflroads.com.
Speeding fines are doubled in con-
struction work zones when workers
are present. The speed limit will not
be reduced during construction.
Be patient. Remember, the work
zone crew .members are working to
improve your future ride.


for another
great Year!



The Board of Trustees and I wish to extend a BIG ",SIa,;
Q4ou' "to all faculty, adjuncts, and staff of Lake City Commu-
nity College for a very rewarding 2006-07 academic year in the
education of our students.

You have reached numerous lives with your expertise in guid-
ing the many students who enter our institution and leave with a
fulfilling future.


Congratulations on a job well done!


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Ron McQueen Is the special speaker for the May

AARP Meeting


Gilchrist County Chamber of Commerce News


. Part of the great AARP Group.


AARP NeWS duct a "Questions and Answers" ses-
AARP held it's regular monthly sion, which was very informative to
meeting on May 15,2007 at the Tren- all Chapter Members.
ton Community Center and this was Our committee reports included
followed by a great picnic, music, 1567 volunteer hours for the past
and fellowship time. month. We have been averaging
Randy Durden invited our County about 1550 hours per month for the
Co-ordinator, Ron McQueen, to con-

Robert Monica wins $50.00

Savings Bond in "Canstruction"

Food Drive in Bell


In front row is Gabrille Balzafiore. Middle row: Robert Monica,
winner, Alexis Balzafiore and Roseann Monica. Back row: Norm
Conti, Robert Monica and Bell Town Representative, Ray Sanders.
Photo taken by Nancy Padgett, AARP President.


Robert Monica was the proud
winner of the $50.00 savings bond
in the "Canstruction" Food Drive
at Bell Elementary School.
The drive brought in over 600
cans with Robert contributing 82
cans. A special thanks goes out
to Rick Reed, the Administrative
Staff, the teachers, students and
parents of all the participants.


"Canstruction" was the brain-
storm of AARP Volunteer Norm
Conti, who thought that this would
be a good way to have the students
participate in the Waccasassa Fire
Department Food Bank for the Se-
niors of Gilchrist County and the
students showed much interest in
doing a great job.


Ron McQueen, special speaker.

entire year. This is a great credit to
the work that is being done by AARP
Volunteers in our Chapter.
We now have 63 paid members for
2007 and this is the most members
that any of our people can remember
ever having. At this meeting, we had
47 members present and 11 guests
(including the band' and cooks.)
Speaking of that, we want to thank
our cooks, Donald Mooney and Tom-
my Bryant, who smoked the chicken
that was donated by County Com-
missioner D. Ray Harrison. Also, a
special thanks to the Don Martin Trio
(plus 2) who provided very beautiful
patriotic music, as well as some of the
good old standbys. Red, White, and
Blue decorations and many American
flags donned the hall, which put us in
the festive mood that we shared.
A good time was had by all and we
were sorry to note that this is the last
meeting until after summer in Sep-
tember; however, we are planning on
trying to get together in small groups,
so call an AARP buddy and maybe a
few of us can go out to eat, to a park,
or whatever and keep up the good
work of volunteering throughout the
summer.
See you in September.
Nancy Padgett, President
Chapter # 2133


Pure Water Wilderness
warns business owners
of scams
By Donna Creamer
Pure Water Wilderness, the Dixie-
Gilthrist-Levy'TourismnDevelopmeiit
Board, has received information that
local businesses are becoming scam
victims.
Recently individuals claiming to
be affiliated with chambers of com-
merce scammed several businesses
statewide as well at least one local
business has been targeted. The scam
artists use tactics leaving business
owners assuming they have joined
their local chambers or soliciting ad-
vertising for chamber maps in Florida
and stating that they are with the local
chamber when in fact they are NOT
AFFILIATED with local chambers.
Pure Water Wilderness would ad-
vise any business that is solicited to
double check and make sure that they
are dealing with their local chambers.
Always ask solicitors to mail you the
information. DON'T become a vic-
tim; if in doubt call your local Cham-
ber Office.
Chamber of Commerce Phone
Numbers: Bronson (352) 486-
8029; Cedar Key (352) 543-5600;
Chiefland (352) 493-1849; Dixie
(352) 498-5454;, Fanning Springs
(352) 463-6144; Gilchrist (352) 463-
3467; Levy County Visitor's Bureau
(352) 486-3396; Town of Suwannee
(352) 542-7349; Williston (352) 528-
5552.
For more information, please con-
tact: Donna Creamer at (352) 463-
3467, Executive Director, donna@
purewaterwilderness.com.


Shown are the Chamber attendees at the Mixer at Hurley's Waccasassa Planation on May 15, 2007.


The Chamber Corner
We would like to welcome our new-
est member to the Gilchrist County
Chamber of Commerce. Windstream
Communications is owned by Robert
Kelly, the business offers telephone,
internet, long distance and broadband
services. They are located at 206
White Ave. SE, in Live Oak, Florida
32064. You can contact Windstream
Communications at (386) 364-2400,
send a fax to (386) 362-4950 or check
out their web site: www.windstream.
net.
The Directors ofthe Gilchrist Coun-
ty Chamber of Commerce would like
to thank everyone for their great show


of support at our Chamber mixer last
Tuesday evening hosted by Hurley's
Waccasassa Plantation. Congratula-
tions to all of our door prize winners
and the winner of our 50/50 drawing.
If you would like to give other cham-
ber members a chance to visit your
place of business by having a cham-
ber mixer please contact Maureen at
the Chamber office (352) 463-3467
or (352) 463-4047.
Advertising space is still available
for your business ad to be placed in
the 2007 edition of the "Gilchrist
Guide." This Guide goes out nation-
wide via e-mail requests everyday
and will be placed in all the Tri-


County businesses for the duration of
two years. The Chamber has worked
very hard to keep the advertising
prices the same as in the 2005 edition
of the "Gilchrist Guide." If you are
interested in advertising your place
of business in the 2007 .,uide Book
or need more information please con-
tact Maureen at the Chamber office
(352) 463-3467 or (352) 463-4047.
Farmer's Market is open at the
Trenton Depot Tuesday afternoons
from 2:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Character trait for the month of
May is: "Tolerance" definition: Ac-
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2007 Qilchrs15 Counil Career Expo

This year's Gilchrist County Career Expo was hosted at Trenton High School. The theme
was Career Cafe. There were sessions throughout the day that gave the graduating seniors
of Bell High School and Trenton High School one last opportunity to finalize the decisions
they would make after graduation. These sessions included representatives from Lake
City Community College, Sante Fe Community College, Ayers Nursing Home, Gilchrist
County Sheriffs Office and Lancaster Correctional. There was a lunch provided to the
seniors by our sponsors: Akins, Ameris Bank, Capital City Bank, Drummond Community
Bank, Hitchock's and Sheriff David Turner.


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Sante Fe Community College


Capital City


Ayers Nursing Home


Lancaster correctionall


Sheriff David Turner


Drummond Community Bank


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THURSDAY, MAY 24,2007


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THURSDAY MAY 24 2007


Mr. Curry H. Dunn
Mr. Curry H. "C.H." Dunn passed
away on Thursday, May 17, 2007 at
Shands at University of Florida. He
was 97 years old.
Born in Troy, Alabama on July 6,
1909, he moved to Bell in 1965 from
Polk County. He was a farmer and a
member of Bethel Baptist Church in
Lakeland.
Survivors include his daughter,
Doris Waddell of Carrollton, Geor-
gia; and his son, Edwin Rathke of
Homosassa; four grandchildren and
seven great-grandchildren.
Interment was held at Bethel Bap-
tist Church Cemetery in Lakeland on
Monday, May 21,2007.
Arrangements were under the care
of Watson Funeral Home, Trenton,
Florida.


Mrs. Lois Touchton
Mrs. Lois Touchton passed away
on Tuesday, May 15, 2007 in Avalon
Nursing Home in Lake City, Florida
following a long illness. She was 84.
Mrs. Touchton was born December
24, 1922 in Bell. She was the daugh-
ter of the late George Robert and Ka-
tie Harper Miller and lived most of
her life in the Branford area.
She was a farm laborer in the ag-
riculture industry and of the Baptist
faith.
Survivors include three daugh-
ters, Dorothey Aderholt of Bran-
ford, Edith Padgett of Ft. White and


Alice Wilkerson of Macclenny; two
sons, Raymond Touchton and Freddy
Touchton, both ofBranford; 11 grand-
children; 23 great-grandchildren and
two great-great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were conducted
on Friday, May 18, 2007 at the Dan-
iels Memorial Chapel with Pastor
Earl Tuten officiating.
Interment followed in Wayfair
Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery,
Bell, Florida.
Arrangements were under the care
of Daniels Funeral Home and Crema-
tory, Inc. of Branford, Florida.


Mrs. Lilly Joyce
Townsend
Mrs. Lilly Joyce Townsend passed
away on Saturday, May 19, 2007 at
her residence in Bell. She was 78.
Mrs. Townsend was bom on May
3,' 1929 in High Springs and was a
lifelong resident of Gilchrist County.
She was a homemaker and a member
of Mt. Nebo Baptist Church.
Survivors include her loving hus-
band, Clyde Townsend of Bell; a
daughter, Marilyn Thompson; two
sons, Charles Townsend and Robert
Townsend, both of Bell; three sis-
ters, Audrey Thomas and Pat Short,
both of Bell and Linda Touchton of
Old Town; six grandchildren and five
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Tues-
day, May 22, 2007 at 11:00 a.m. at
Mt. Nebo Baptist Church with Pastor


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Jimmy Corbin officiating.
Burial followed in Townsend Cem-
etery northwest of Bell.
Arrangements were under the care
of Watson Funeral Home, Trenton,
Florida.

Card of Thanks
We want to thank everyone for
their visits, telephone calls, cards,
food and especially your prayers dur-
ing G. C. Cannon's illness.
His name has been on the prayer
list of many churches and we thank
each one of you for your prayers.
Most of all, we thank God for an-
swered prayers. He has finished his
radiation and chemotherapy and his
April 30, 2007 PET scan was nega-
tive. He will be receiving another one
in three months and we pray it will
also be negative.
Your prayers and support have
helped give us the strength to do what
we had to do, one day at a time.
We also thank our family for their
love and support, we couldn't have
made it without you!
May God bless each one of you.
G. C. and Jackie Cannon
Chiefland


Card of Thanks
My family and I would like to say
thank you to all of the family and
friends that brought food, that sup-
ported us, and that prayed for us dur-
ing the passing of my daughter, Mary
Teague.
Edna Smith and the
Teague Family


Gilchrist County
land transactions
Myrtle M. Seay to Katina N. Todd,
quit claim deed, $10.00, Lot 3 Cain
Mill Wood Second Addition.
Nathan G. McDougal to Steven W.
McCrae and Marcia P. Powell, gen-
eral warranty deed, $5,000.00, Tract
B Suwannee River Estates North.
Steven W. McCrae and Marcia P.
Powell to Malcolm C. Menninger,
general warranty deed, $12,000.00,
Tract B Suwannee River Estates
North.
Elsa Twombly Wilkerson to Elsa.
Twombly Wilkerson, general war-
ranty deed, $10.00.
Alfred D. Arnold to Florice R. Ar-
nold, quit claim deed, $10.00.
Michael T. Hopper and Kellie
A. Hopper to Jerad R. Black and
Marissa A. Black, warranty deed,
$146,600.00, Lot 6 Countryside.
Willie Jean Brock to Tammy A.


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Clay, quit claim deed, $10.00.
William J. Orem and Margie M.
Orem to Paul D. Gamache, warranty
deed, $158,000.00, Lot 13 Norfleet
Pines A.
Sean E. Cornelius and Tomi E. Cor-
nelius to Kevin C. Whitt and Kara D.
Whitt, warranty deed, $122,500.00,.
Lots 5, 6, 7, and 8 Block 12 Sun N
Fun Unit 2.
Gary W. Taylor to Gerald A. Vi-
gus, warranty deed, $100.00, Lot 13
and 14 Block 5 of Suwannee River
Springs Unit 1.
Robert C. Voorhis and Susan Clark
Voorhis to Susan Clark Voorhis, quit
claim deed, $10.00, Lot 22 Foothills
Farms Unit 1.
Joseph N. Gaglione, Jr. to Eliza-
beth C. Corum, warranty deed,
$26,000.00, Lot 14 and 15 Lowell
Estates A.
James D. Jones to Clark Resources
Limited Partnership, warranty deed,
$65,000.00.
James R. Toner and Michelle L.
Toner to Danny M. Keene and Cathy
S. Keene, quit claim deed, $10.00.
Danny M. Keene and Cathy S.
Keene to Paula V. Barker, warranty
deed, $30,000.00.
Clara S. Snow and Richard L. Hall
to Gary Hooper and Marion Hooper,
general warranty deed, $640,000.00.
Terry F. Martin and Sidney A. Mar-
tin to Loyd P. Weaver and Maryellen
Weaver, warranty deed, $10.00, Lot
10 Lumber Camp A Subdivision.
Bobby Ray Wilson to Jacqueline
M. Wilson, warranty deed, $10.00.
Tracy Mannion to Prudential
Relocation Inc., warranty deed,
$222,000.00, Lot 2 Block 6 Spring
Ridge Unit 2.
Prudential Relocation, Inc. to Fran-
ces P. Williams, special deed, $10.00,
Lot 2 Block 6 of Spring Ridge Unit
2.
Stanley M. Brocklebank a/k/a Miln
Stanley Brocklebank and Marga-
ret W. Brocklebank to Miln Stanley
Brocklebank and Margaret W. Brock-
lebank, warranty deed, $10.00.
Miln Stanley Brocklebank to Miln
Stanley Brocklebank Revocable
Trust, warranty deed, $10.00.
Margaret W. Brocklebank to Mar-
garet W. Brocklebank and the Marga-
ret W. Brocklebank Revocable Trust,
warranty deed, $10.00.
William Patriquin Masters and
Neadeen Anne Masters to Tri-County
Investment Properties Inc., warranty
deed, $10.00, Lot 49 Riverwalk Fan-
ning Springs.
Tri-County Investment Properties,
Inc. to William Partiquin Masters
and Neadeen Anne Masters, warranty
deed, $10.00, Lot 33 Riverwalk Fan-
ning Springs.
Brema Enterprises LLC to Rony
Joseph and Marc Dominique, warran-
ty deed, $10.00, Tract 0 Suwannee
.River Estates. ...


North Florida
Livestock Report
Receipts at the North Florida Live-
stock Market in Ellisville on Thurs-
day, May 17, 2007 were: this week
585, last week 610 and last year 406.
Slaughter cows and bulls steady.
Feeder steers and heifers steady to
2.00 lower. Feeder and replacement
cows steady. 19 percent slaughter
cows, 6 percent slaughter bulls, 33
percent feeder steers, 6 percent feed-
er Holsteins, 31 percent feeder heif-
ers, 5 percent feeder and replacement
cows.
Slaughter Cows Breaker 75-80 per-
cent: 1205-1495 (1279) 50.00-55.50
(53.50); 1255-1295 (1272) 56.50-
58.50 (57.67) High Dressing.
Slaughter Cows Boner 80-85 per-
cent: 865-1175 (1012) 47.00-55.50
(50.68); 1060-1175 (1100) 56.50-
57.50 (57.18) High Dressing.
Slaughter Bulls Y.G. 1:1105-1395
(1271) 56.00-64.50 (59.22); 1595-
1765 (1659) 59.50-65.50 (63.61).
Feeder Steers and Bulls Medi-
um and Large 1-2: 160-195 (177)
167.50-180.00 (175.43); 215-245
(224) 155.00-177.00 (168.95); 255-
280 (269) 134.00-152.50 (141.16);
305-325 (312) 126.00-138.00
(129.18); 360-390 (367) 120.00-
125.00 (122.17); 410-435 (418)
108.00-117.00 (111.50); 455-475
(466) 105.00-108.00 (107.02); 515-
530 (525) 105.00-107.00 (106.35).
Feeder Steers and Bulls Medi-
um and Large 2-3: 205-240 (225)
127.50-135.00 (130.81); 255-280
(265) 123.00-130.00 (126.21); 310-
345 (326) 110.00-119.00 (116.20);
365-385 (370) 110.00-116.00
(113.41); 415-430 (419) 103.00-
108.00 (105.86); 460-495 (475),
103.00-105.00 (104.02); 530-540
(535) 99.00-102.00 (100.68).
Feeder Holstein Steers Large
3: 210-235 (228) 94.00-106.00
(100.90).
Feeder Heifers Medium and Large


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1-2: 155-195 (177) 160.00-185.00
(175,81); 210-235 (218) 140.00-
160.00 (151.22); 265-295 (274)
114.00-125.00 (118.65); 315-330
(323) 114.00-115.00 (114.34); 355-
385 (375) 102.00-109.00 (106.46);
410-445 (431) 104.00-107.00
(105.53); 455-475 (465) 99.00-
105.00 (101.52); 500-545 (527)
93.00-101.00 (97.15); 565-575 (570)
95.00-99.00 (97.02).
Feeder Heifers Medium and Large
2-3: 210-230 (220) 126.00-135.00
(129.10); 255-295 (275) 108.00-
118.00 (113.45); 310-330 (327)
108.00-113.00 (111.93); 360-390
(376) 100.00-103.00 (101.36); 410-
430 (423) 92.00-103.00 (99.45);
455-480 (465) 90.00-94.00 (91.97);
510-540 (525) 87.00-91.00 (89.04);
555-570 (560),87.00-90.00 (88.02).
Bred Cows Medium and Large 1-
2 Middle-Aged: 860-1180 (1022)
55.00-80.00 (64.15); 4-6 Months
Bred.


From The Desk Of
Gilchrist County Sheriff
David P. Turner
Weekly Sheriff's Report For
Week Ending
May 21, 2007
On May 14, 2007, Thad W. Mayo,
6/23/46, was arrested on the charge
of Transporting Un-inspected Toma-
toes.
On May 14, 2007, Zianna Flanders,
01/11/88, was arrested on the charge
of Disorderly Intoxication.
On May 15, 2007, Christopher D.
Gore, 12/25/85, was arrested on the
charge of DWLSR with Knowledge.
On May 15,2007, Corey G. Camp-
bell, 6/22/60, was arrested on the
charge of DUI.
On May 15, 2007, Jessie L. Rain,
9/1/84, was arrested on the charge
of DWLSR and two counts of VOP/
Reckless Driving.
On May 16, 2007, Wendy R. My-
ers, 12/24/83, was arrested on the
charge of FTA/Worthless Checks.
On May 16, 2007, Tyson K. Railey,
4/29/89, was arrested on charges of
Felony, Criminal Mischief and two
counts of Burglary.
On May. 16, 2007, Matthew K.
Hollingsworth, 3/5/89, was arrested
on charges of Felony Criminal Mis-
chief and two counts of Burglary.
On May 17, 2007, a Juvenile was
arrested on two counts of Burglary to
Structure.
On May 17,2007,Andy D. Hardin,
8/30/77, was arrested on charges of
VOP/DWLSR.
On May 17, 2007, Robert W. Sul-
livan, 9/3/79, was arrested on the
charge -of VOP/Possession of Drug
Paiaphemalia.
-.,OnMay-18,2007,BruceW. Aaman.
7/10/70, was arrested on two counts
of Battery/Domestic Violence.


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* On May 18,2007, Dennis Lindsey,
6/21/84, was arrested on the charge
of VOP/Grand Theft.
On May 18, 2007, Amanda M.
Hill, 6/16/87, was arrested on charg-
es of DWLSR, Reckless Driving and
Flee and Attempt to Elude.
On May 18, 2007, Sergio Cruz,
11/2/82, was arrested on the charge
of No Valid Drivers License.
On May 19, 2007, a Juvenile was
arrested on the charge of Aggravated
Battery.
On May 19, 2007, Timothy Baker,
10/4/71, was arrested on charges of
Battery/Domestic Violence, Crimi-
nal Mischief under $200.00 and two
counts of Aggravated Assault.
On May 19, 2007, Randy L. Ne-
meth, 1/8/78, was arrested on charges
of DUI, Property Damage and Injury
to Another, Possession of Marijuana,
Leaving Scene of Accident Involv-
ing Injury and Possession of Drug
Paraphernalia.
On May 20, 2007, Patrick T. Hart,
11/2/54, was arrested on the charge
of VOP/DUI.


Donald F. Anderson
encourages support for
Levy County Fair
November 8th-llth
' Donald F. Anderson, newly elected
President of the Levy County FairAs-
sociation, encourages Levy County
residents and neighboring counties to
support and attend the Levy County
Fair to be held November 8 through
11,2007.
The slate of new officers are, Sar-
ah Clay, President-Elect; Jim Smith,
Vice President; Reta Scott, Vice-
President; Bob Levesque, Vice-Pres-
ident; Ruthann Macheski, Treasurer
and Norma Myers, Secretary.
Mr. Anderson, a resident' of
Chiefland, has significant experience
in non-profit leadership and produc-
ing and promoting cultural events in
the State of Florida: With extensive
experience in the art world as owner
of two galleries in Broward and Palm
Beach counties, he has a Bachelor of
Fine Arts degree and was a college
and university professor in Miami
and Ft. Lauderdale for 10 years. He
also has a Master of Science degree
in Dispute Resolution and for the
past 6 years has been an advocate for
children in the judicial system.
Mr. Anderson has served on sev-
eral Board of Directors including
the Mental Health Association of
Broward and Friends of the Withla-
coochee Gulf Preserve project in
Levy County.
Volunteers, sponsors, and Levy
County Fair Association members
,are needed and are asked to contact
Donald Anderson at 352-221-0681
for information and literature.


VI


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GILCH1-RIS~T COUNTNFY JOU RNAL.


THURSDAY. MAY 24,2007


I egal NloiceI


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 21-2007-CA-0023
CitiMortgage, Inc., Successor
by Merger with CitiFinancial
Mortgage Companv. Inc. f/k/a


Clerk of the Court
By: Lyndsay P. Ayers
Deputy Clerk
Micah M. Ripley, Esquire
Zahra Umansky, Esquire
Drusilla Bible
John Doe n/k/a Nick Kahill
Jane Doe n/k/a Sherry Kahill
NOTICE TO PERSONS WITH


Associates Home Equity Services, DISABILITIES
Inc., IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
Plaintiff, AMERICAN DISABILITIES ACT, if
vs. you are a person with a disability who
Unknown heirs, devisees, grant- needs any accommodation in order to
ees, assignees, creditors, lienors, participate in this proceeding, you are
trustees of Linda Carter a/k/a entitled to at no cost to you to the provision
Linda M. Carter a/k/a Linda M. of certain assistance. Please contact
Smith, deceased; -Thomas Kevin Alachua County Court Administrator at
Carter, heir; JuliAnne Carter, heir; (352) 374-3648 within two (2) working
if living, including any unknown days of your receipt of this Summons. If
spouse of said defendantss, if re- you are hearing or voice impaired, call 1-
married, and if deceased, the re- 800-955-8771.
spective unknown heirs, devisees, Pub: May 24 and 31, 2007b
grantees,. assignees, creditors,
lienors, and trustees, and all oth-
er persons claiming by, through, NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
under or against the named TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
defendantss; unknown tenant #1; PLEASE TAKE NOTICE, the
unknown tenant #2; Gilchrist County Board of County Com-
Defendant(s). missioners will hold a public hearing on
NOTICE OF SALE Monday June 4, 2007, at 2:30 p.m., or
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant as soon thereafter as the matter may be
to a Final Summary Judgment of Fore- heard, in the Board of County Commis-
closure entered in the above-styled cause, sioners Meeting Room, located at 210
in the Circuit Court of Gilchrist County, South Main Street, Trenton, Florida, for
Florida, I will sell the property situate in the adoption of Ordinance 07-08, with
Gilchrist County, Florida, described as: the following short title:
The north 1/2 of the northeast 1/4 of ORDINANCE NO. 07-08
the southwest 1/4 of the southeast 1/4 of AN ORDINANCE OF GILCHRIST
section 29, township 8 south, range 16 COUNTY, FLORIDA; ADDING, RE-
east, Gilchrist County, Florida, together QUIREMENTS FOR TRANSPORTA-
with aperpetual easement for access over TION RIGHT-OF-WAY PRESERVA-
the northerly 18 feet of the northwest 1/4 TION; ADOPTING A TRANSPORTA-
of the southwest 1/4 of the southeast 1/4 TION CORRIDOR MAP; PROVIDING
of said section 29. a/k/a 4619 Northeast INSTRUCTIONS TO THE CODIFIER;
18th Trail, Trenton, Florida 32693 AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
at.public sale, to the highest and best bid- DATE.
der, for cash, south door of the Gilchrist All interested parties are invited to
County Courthouse, 112 S. Main Street, attend and be heard. A copy of the pro-
Trenton, Florida 32693 at 11:00 a.m. on posed ordinance is available for public
June 4, 2007. inspection at the office of the County
DATED this 8th day of May, 2007. Clerk, County Courthouse, 112 S. Main
Any person claiming an interest in the Street, Trenton, Florida during regular
surplus from the sale, if any, other than business hours.
the property owner as of the date of the Persons with disabilities requesting
lis pendens, must file a claim within 60 reasonable accommodations to partici-
days after the sale. pate in this proceeding should contact
Witness, my hand and seal of this court (352) 463-3169 (Voice & TDD) or via
on the 8th day of May, 2007. Florida Relay Service (800) 955-8771."
Clerk of Circuit Court PLEASE BE ADVISED that if a per-
By Lyndsay P. Ayers, son decides to appeal any decision made
Deputy Clerk by the Board of County Commissioners
This instrument prepared by: with respect to any matter considered at
Law Offices of Daniel C. Consuegra such meeting or hearing, he or she will
9204 King Palm Drive need a record of the proceedings, and
Tampa, FL 33619-1328 that, for such purpose, he or she may need
Attorneys for Plaintiff to ensure testimony and evidence upon
In accordance with the American with which the appeal is to be based.
Disabilities Act of 1990, persons needing BOARD OF COUNTY
a special accommodation to participate COMMISSIONERS,
in this proceeding should contact the GILCHRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA
ASA Coordinator no later than seven (7) RANDY DURDEN, CHAIRMAN
da,,iprior i.. the proceedings. If hearing ATTEST-
P_,pfcd. pleasecall (.80)9.55-977,1 (SEPH IL
IDD) or 0& .._770 (voice), via 'CLERK K "r
Florida Relay Service. Pub. May 24, 2007b.
Pub: May 17, 24, 2007b


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO:: 21-2006-CA-0065
SUNTRUST BANK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ROBERT E. BIBLE, if living,
and if dead, the unknown
spouse, heirs, devisees, grantees,
assignees, lienors, creditors,
trustees, or other parties claiming
an interest by, through, under,
or against ROBERT E. BIBLE;
and DRUSILLA 0. BIBLE, an
individual,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that, pursuani to a Final Judgment of
Foreclosure entered in the above-styled
case, I will sell the property situated
in Gilchrist County, Florida, on June
11, 2007, at 11:00 a.m., at the Gilchrist
County Courthouse, at the south doors
of the courthouse, 112 S. Main Street,
Trenton, Florida 32693. Any person
claiming an interest in the surplus from
the sale, if any, other than the property
owner as of the date of the Lis Pendens
must file a claim within sixty (60) days
after the sale. The legal description of the
property being sold is described herein:
LOTS 1, 2,3,4, 5,6,7 AND 8, BLOCK
8,THEORJIGIN.ALSLR.\ ANNE E RIVER
SUBDIVISION; ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK A, PAGE-7 OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF GILCHRIST
COUNTY, FLORIDA. ,
Together with that certain mobile
home further described as 1981 MANA
HS Serial No.: 061811S6429.
The property or its address is commonly
known as 8669 Southwest 82nd Terrace,
Trenton, Florida 32693-6722. '
County Seal


NOTICE OF MEETING
The Early Learning Coalition of the
Nature Coast Administrative Commit-
tee, representing Citrus, Dixie, Gilchrist,
Levy and Sumter Counties, is scheduled
to meet on Wednesday, May 23, 2007 at
9:00 a.m., at the Early Learning Coalition
of the Nature Coast main office, 1564 N.
Meadowcrest Blvd., Crystal River, Flori-
da 34429. Please contact Coalition staff at
352-563-9939 if you have any questions.
Public participation is welcome.
Jered Ottenwess
City Manager
Pub. May 24, 2007b.


NOTICE OF MEETING
The Early Learning Coalition of the
Nature Coast Nominating Committee,
representing Citrus, Dixie, Gilchrist,
Levy and Sumter Counties, is scheduled
to meet on Wednesday, May 23, 2007 at
1:00 p.m., at the Early Learning Coalition
of the Nature Coast main office, 1564 N.
Meadowcrest Blvd., Crystal River, Flori-
da 34429. Please contact Coalition staff at
352-563-9939 if you have any questions.
Public participation is welcome.
Jered Ottenwess
City Manager
Pub. May 24, 2007b.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
SCASE NO. 2007-CA-0032
Beneficial Florida Inc.,
a Delaware corporation.
Plaintiff
vs.
K. William Avery a/k/a K. W. Avery;
and all unknown parties claiming by,
through; under and against the above
named Defendant who are unknown to
be dead or alive whether said unknown


are persons, heirs, devisees, grantees, or
other claimants; Unknown Spouse of
K. William Avery a/k/a K. W. Avery;
Ethel M. Avery; Unknown Spouse of
Ethel M. Avery; Marilyn Hunt Rivers,
Trustee of the Marilyn Hunt River Living
Trust; Valerie Jean Bates; Tenant
I/Unknown Tenant; and Tenant II/
Unknown Tenant, in possession of the

subject real property.
Defendants
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Valerie Jean Bates
9293 N.E. 144th Terrace
Williston, Florida 32696
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
for foreclosure, has been filed against
you regarding the subject property with a
legal description, to-wit:
Lot 7 of Oak Hill, a Subdivision as
per plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 3
at pages 11 and 12 of the Public Records
of Gilchrist County, Florida.
Including a mobile home situated
thereon described as:
Make: Nobility Homes, Inc.


Model: House Trailer. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS
Year: 1991. CONCERNING AMENDMENTS TO, ,
VIN.: N85233A/B. THE TOWN OF BELL
Title: 61801925,61801920. COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
Parcel ID No.: 16-08-16-0234-0000- By the Town Council of the Town of
0070 Bell, Florida, serving as the Plan Board
and you are required to serve a copy of of the Town of Bell, Florida and the Lo-
your written defenses, if any, to it on Gary cal Planning Agency of the Town of Bell,
I. Gassel, Esquire, Plaintiff's attorney, Florida.
whose address is 2003 Main St., #301, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
Sarasota, Florida 34237, on or before pursuant to Section 163.3161 through
the 21st day of June. 2007 and file the 163.3215, Florida Statutes, as amended,
original with the Clerk of this Court either and the Town of Bell Land Development
before service on Plaintiff's attorney Code; herein after referred to as the Land
or immediately thereafter; otherwise a Development Code, comments, objec-
default will be entered against you for the tions and recommendations concerning
relief demanded in the Complaint. amendments to the Town of Bell Comn-
Dated this 15th day of May. 2007. prehensive Plan, hereinafter referred to
Clerk of the Court as the Comprehensive Plan, will be heard
(SEAL) by the Town Council of the Town of Bell,
By: Lyndsay P. Ayers Florida, serving as the Plan Board of the
Deputy Clerk Town of Bell, Florida, and the Local Plan-
Pub. May 24, 2007b. ning Agency of the Town of Bell, Florida,
at public hearings on June 7, 2007 at 6:00
p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matters
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING can be heard, in the Town Hall, located at
CONCERNING AN AMENDMENT 3240 West Railroad Lane, Bell, Florida.
TO THE CITY OF FANNING (1) CPA 07-1, an application by the
SPRINGS LAND DEVELOPMENT Town Council, to amend the text of the
REGULATIONS Comprehensive Plan, amending the Fu-
By the Land Development Regula- ture Land Use Element by adding a vi-
tion Commission of the City of Fanning sion statement to guide future develop-
Springs, Florida, serving also as the Lo- ment of the Town.
cal Planning Agency of the City of Fan- (2) CPA 07-2, an application by the
ning Springs, Florida. Town Council, to amend the text of the
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, Comprehensive Plan, amending Policy
pursuant to Sections 163.3161 through 11.1.1 of the Traffic Circulation Element
163.3215, Florida Statutes, as amended, by adopting the Florida Department of
and the City of Fanning Springs Land Transportation Quality/Level of Service
Development Regulations, as amended, Handbook 2002 and to amend the Future
hereinafter referred to as the Land Devel- Traffic Circulation Map to add annexed
opment Regulations, objections, recom- areas to the map.
mendations and comments concerning an (3) CPA 07-3, an application by Ed-
amendment, as described below, will be ward and Cindy Bayer, to amend, the
heard by the Land Development Regula- Future Land Use Plan Map of the Com-
tion Commission of the City of Fanning prehensive Plan to change the future land
Springs, Florida, serving also as the Lo- use classification from RESIDENTIAL-3
cal Planning Agency of the City of Fan- (1 to 4 dwelling units per acre) to COM-
ning Springs, Florida, at a public hearing MERCIAL on the property described, as
on June 5, 2007 at 5:00 p.m., or as soon follows:
thereafter as the matter can be heard, A parcel of land lying within Section
in the City Council Meeting Room. 25. Township S South. Range '14 East,;
City Hall located at '1651 N.AN o 0t-,,1,i dlohrns Count%. Floqida.. Being more-
-Counn4 iSj..nnc. Ri'.er Drive), yFar n---, paricularl)de.crjbed. as Qflows: Com-
-prins, lorida. menace at point 3.)0 feet West of the
LDR 07-2, an application by the City Southwest comer of Block 5, Town of
Council, to amend the text of the Land Bell Subdivision, as recorded in the Pub-
Development Regulations by amending lic Records of Gilchrist County, Florida
Section 5.28, entitled Sanitary Sewer, for a Point of Beginning; thence West
to require the subdivider to install sani- 200.00 feet; thence North 100.00 feet;
tary sewer dry lines if a publicly owned thence East 200.00 feet; thence South
sanitary sewer 'service is not available or 100.00 feet to the Point of Beginning.
reasonably accessible to a subdivision; Containing .46 acre, more or less.
and by amending Section 5.29, entitled The public hearings may be continued
, Water Supply, to require the subdivider to to one or more future dates. Any inter-
install water supply dry lines if a publicly ested party shall be advised that the date,
owned water supply is not available or time and place of any continuation of the
reasonably accessible to a subdivision. public hearings shall be announced dur-
The public hearing may be continued ing the public hearings and that no fur-
to one or more future dates. Any inter- their notice concerning the matters will be
tested party shall be advised that the date, .published, unless said continuation ex-
time and place of any continuation of the ceeds six calendar weeks from the date of
public hearing shall be announced dur- the above referenced public hearings.
ing the public hearing and that no further At the aforementioned public hearings,
notice concerning the matter will. be pub- all interested parties may appear to be
lished, unless said continuation exceeds heard with respect to the amendments..
six calendar weeks from the date of the Copies of the amendments are avail-
above referenced public hearing, able for public inspection at the Office
At the aforementioned public hearing, of the Town Clerk, Town Hall, located at
all interested parties may appear to be 3240 West Railroad Lane, Bell, Florida,
heard with respect to the amendment. during regular business hours.
Copies of the amendment are avail- All persons are advised that if they de-
able for public inspection at the Office cide to appeal any decision made at the
of the City Clerk, City Hall, located at above referenced public hearings, they
17651 N.W. 90th Court (Suwannee River will need a record of the proceedings, and
Drive), Fanning Springs, Florida, during that, for such purpose, .they may need to
regular business hours. ensure that a verbatim record of the pro-
All persons are advised that if they de- ceedings is made, which record includes
cide to appeal any decision made at the the testimony and evidence upon which
above referenced public hearing, they the appeal is to be based.
will need a record of the proceedings, and Pub: May 24, 2007b
that, for such purpose, they may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the pro-
ceedings is made, which record includes NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
the testimony and evidence upon which CONCERNING AN AMENDMENT
the appeal is to be based. TO THE TOWN OF BELL LAND
Pub. May 24, 2007b. DEVELOPMENT CODE
uy toe 'town -4Puncil r tolono


NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF
ORDINANCE BY THE TOWN
COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF
BELL, FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
an ordinance, which title hereinafter ap-
pears, will be considered for enactment
by the Town Council of the Town of Bell,
Florida, at public hearing on June 7, 2007
at 6:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the
matter can be heard, in the Bell Town
Hall, 3240 West Railroad Lane, Bell,
Florida. Copies of paid ordinance may be
inspected by any member of the public at
the Office of the Town Clerk, Bell Town
Hall located at 3240 West Railroad Lane,
Bell, Florida during regular business
hours. On the date, time and place first
above mentioned, all interested persons
may appear and be heard with respect to
the ordinance.
ORDINANCE NO. 2007-04
AN ORDINANCE GRANTING AND
RENEWING A FRANCHISE AGREE-
MENT WITH CENTRAL FLORIDA
ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC.,
ITS LEGAL REPRESENTATIVES,
SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS; AND
AUTHORIZING THE RIGHT AND
PRIVILEGE OF, AND FRANCHISE
FOR, CONSTRUCTING, MAINTAIN-
ING AND OPERATING AN ELECTRIC
POWER PLANT AND DISTRIBUTION
SYSTEM IN THE TOWN OF BELL,
COUNTY OF GILCHRIST, STATE


By tne Town Council of the Town of
Bell, Florida, serving as the Planning and
Zoning Board of the Town of Bell, Flori-
, da, and the Local Planning Agency of the
Town of Bell, Florida.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
pursuant to Sections 163.3161 through
163.3215, Florida Statutes, as amended,
and the Town of Bell Land Development
Code, as amended, hereinafter referred
to as the Land Development Code, com-
ments, objections and recommendations
concerning an amendment, as described
below, will be heard by the Town Council
of the Town ofBell, Florida, serving as the
Planning and Zoning Board of the Town
of Bell, Florida, and the Local Planning
Agency of the Town of Bell, Florida, at
a public hearing on June 7, 2007, at 6:00
p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter
can be heard, in the Town Hall, located at
3240 West Railroad Lane, Bell, Florida.
LDC 07-1, an application by Edward
and Cindy Bayer, to amend the Official
Zoning Map of the Land Development
Code by changing the zoning district from
RESIDENTIAL-3 (R-3) to COMMER-
CIAL-1 (C-1) on property described, as
follows:
A parcel of land lying within Section
25, Township 8 South, Range 14 East,
Gilchrist County, Florida. Being more
particularly described, as follows: Com-
mence.at a point 30.00 feet West of the
Southwest comer of Block 5, Town of
Bell Subdivision, as recorded in the Pub-
lic Records of Gilchrist County, Florida
for a Point of Beginning; thence West


OF FLORIDA; ESTABLISHING THE
FRANCHISE FEE TO BE PAID BY
FRANCHISEE TO THE TOWN OF
BELL; REPEALING ORDINANCE
NUMBER 02-01 AND ALL OTHER
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
The public hearing may be continued to
One or more future dates. Any interested
party shall be advised that the date, time
and place of any continuation of the pub-
lic hearing shall be announced during the
public hearing and that no further notice
concerning the matter will be published.
All persons are advised that, if they de-
cide to appeal any decisions made at the
public hearing, they will need a record
of the proceedings and, for such purpose,
they may need to ensure that a verba-
tim record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is to be
based
Pub. May 24, 2007b.


2


200.00 feet; thence North 100.00 feet;
thence East 200.00 feet; thence South
100.00 feet to the Point of Beginning.
Containing .46 acre, more or less.
The public hearing may be continued
to one or more future dates. Any inter-
ested party shall be advised that the date,
time and place of any continuation of the
public hearing shall be announced dur-
ing the public hearing and that no further
notice concerning the matter will be pub-
lished, unless said continuation exceeds
six calendar weeks from the date of the
above referenced public hearing.
At the aforementioned public hearing,
all interested parties may appear to be
heard with respect to the amendment.
Copies of the amendment are available
for public inspection at the Office of the
Town Clerk, Town Hall, located at 3240
West Railroad Lane, Bell, Florida, during
regular business hours.
All persons are advised that if they de-
cide to appeal any decision made at the
above referenced public hearing, they
will need a record of the proceedings, and
that, for such purpose, they may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the pro-
ceedings is made, which record includes
the testimony and evidence upon which
the appeal is to be based.
Pub. May 24, 2007b.


PUBLIC MEETING
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Please take notice that the Three Riv-
ers Regional Library Board will hold
a Board Meeting on Thursday, June 7,
2007, at 7:00 p.m., at the Dixie County
Public Library, in Cross City, Florida.
All interested persons are invited to at-
tend and be heard. Please be advised, that
if a person decides to appeal any decision
made by the Board with respect to any
matter considered at such hearing, that
person will need a record of the proceed-
ings, and that, for such purpose, he/she
may need to ensure that a verbatim record
of the proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be based.
"Persons with disabilities requesting
reasonable accommodations to participate
in this proceeding should contact (352)
498-1200 (Voice & TDD) or via Florida
Relay Service at (800) 955-8771."
Pub. May 24, 2007b.


NOTICE OF MEETING
TOWN OF BELL, FLORIDA
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Bell
Town Council will hold its regular Town
Planning Board Meeting and Council
Meeting on Thursday, June 7, 2007 at
6:00 p.m. at the Bell Town Hall, located


Dan Cavanah
Town Manager


Barron's Aluminum
Licensed & Insured
Free Estimates
Screen and Glass Rooms
---- Carports
---- ~~~* Patio & Deck Covers
*Zks & Handrails-
Vinyl Siding
Soffit and Fasdia
Storm Panels & Shutters
We also do pool enclosures.

1-800-203-8214 or
352-463-3004



Serving Levy, Gilchrist and Dixie Counties \ .
605 South Main Street
Trenton, Florida 32693 Gulfside Realty, Inc.
f F. FN MI S L (70%,M F RCIT,1 L
Phone: (352) 463-2121
www.gulfsiderealty.net


Does 2345 sq ft, stainless steel
appliances, corian countertops,
hardwood floors, jetted tub....etc.
sound like heaven to you? Well here
it is, right here on 5 beautiful acres!!
$215,000. Seller motivated!


Affordable serenity! Enjoy the


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landscaped grounds on your 9 x 13
screened in porch, or head out to your 24
x 40 detached garage and workshop
with electricity. This 2/1 home has
everything from a jetted whirlpool tub to
wood, cabinets in the kitchen. Many
more extras, it's a must see! Asking
$165,000


Tucked away under a beautiful mix of trees, this home is just
waiting for your touch! This parcel is secluded nicely and with it
being only 1.15 acres you won't have to break the bank to have it!
With a little bit of personality this 2/2 mobile home'would be ideal
for a first time home buyer! Located between Trenton and New-
berry, this makes for an easy commute without the excess taxes.
Outstanding Commercial Property!! This is a prime location
directly on Alt 27 in Chiefland. Currently being used as liquor
store but the potential uses are endless. Large 1/2 acre lot MO1 and
2,129 sq. ft. cbl building with newer metal roof. Asking only
$350,000.

Very Nice 3 acre parcel located in Old Town, Florida. With a
well and septic already in place, this piece is just waiting for your
new home or mobile! $48,000.
Commercial Potential. 5 acres located on SR-26 only .4 miles
outside of Trenton. $150,000.
Buildable Suwannee River Lot. 5.18 acres, wooded, with over
100ft. of beautiful river front, this would make an excellent
home-site. $175,000, owner will accept offers!
One Acre Lot in Bell. High and dry. Short drive to historic
Suwannee River. Only $31,900.
Wonderful 1.17 Acres located in Dixie County directly across the
road from the historic Suwannee River in quiet neighborhood.
Only $15,000, seller motivated!
We have Owner Financed Land -
1 to 10 acres, with a payment to meet your budget!!


C O~l1fl'fT,


352*463*8340
Dixie Gilchrist Levy Board of Realtors and Multiple Listing Service
P. O0. Box 8 Bell, Florida 32619 E-Mail: tcrealty@bellsouth.net
www.TownandCountryRealtyOnline.com
40 ACRES wooded, frontage on 2 roads, Bell, $450,000. MLS 754588
BEAUTIFUL OAKS 3.8 acres, occasional pond, septic, 2" well, no pump
or tank, power pole, possible owner financing, Bell. $49,700. MLS 754710
$17,000 EACH 1-acre lots, oaks, pines, Bell. MLS 752050, 753831,
753832
2.27 ACRES wooded, Bell, $45,000. MLS 755088
13 ACRES paved road, Old Town, $182,000. MLS 752182
6 ACRES next to downtown park, giant oaks, zoned R-3 for half-acre
lots, multifamily, Bell, $275,000. MLS 754875
7 LOTS 5 acres $75,000 & up. 8.22 acres $164,000. Prices firm. Half
mile to Suwannee River public boat ramp, out of flood plain, Bell. MLS
751807, 09, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15
CORNER-2 acres, paved road, Branford, $39,500. MLS 753171
2/2 DWMH half acre, Fanning Springs, $87,000. MLS 754646


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at 3240 W. Railroad Lane Bell, Florida.
TOWN OF BELL
BELL TOWN COUNCIL
AGENDA
Thursday, June 7,2007-6:00 p.m.-His-
toric Train Depot Town Hall
Town Council Meeting
A. Call to order
B. Invocation-Flag
C. Adoption of June 7, 2007 Agenda
D. Approval of May 5, 2007 Minutes
E. Consent Items
1. Approval of expenditures
for the month of May 2007.
2. Approval of financial
statements for May 2007.
F. Scheduled Reports and Citizen
Request
G. Other Agencies
1. Diane Rondolet-Code
Enforcement
2. David Tumer-Gilchrist County
Sheriff
3. Powell and Jones-2006 Audit
Report
4. North Central Florida Regional
Planning Council-Martha Orthorfer
and Jane Moraski-CDBG and FR-
DAP Grants.
5. John Hudson-Central Florida
Electric Cooperative-Franchise
Agreement
6. North Central Florida Regional
Planning Council-Community Rede-
velopment Procedures (Tentative)
H. Business
1. David Lang, Jr.-Town Attorney
2. Darryl Bryan-Town Mayor
3. Dan Cavanah-Town Manager
A. Discussion regarding Rules and
Procedures and License and Fee
Schedule
4. Tammy Jones-Town Clerk
5. Council Members-Reports, Re-
quest, Suggestions
I. Old Business
J. New Business
1. Ordinance 2007-04 Central Flori-
da Electric Cooperative Franchise
Agreement -
2. Resolution 07-19 Amending Res-
olution 07-04 to remove the gates and
closure hours from cemetery road.
K. Review of Future Agenda Items
L. Unscheduled Citizen Request
M. Adjourn .
PLEASE BE ADVISED that if a per-
son decides to appeal any decision made
by the council, with respect to any mat-
ter considered at such meeting, he or she
will need a record of the proceedings,
and that, for such purpose, he or she may
need to ensure that a verbatim record of
the proceedings is made, which record in-
cludes the testimony and evidence, upon
which the appeal is based.


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THURSDAY, MAY 24, 2007


GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


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P.O. Box 546 Bell, Florida 32619 386935-0243
BEAUTIFUL 20 ACRES Mostly wooded with a nice valley through part of it. Approx 6 acres
in pasture grass, great neighborhood and plenty of privacy, lots of deer & wildlife. Comprised
of (4) 5 acre tracts. Has a mobile home, super good barn and nice enclosed sheds. 4 home sites
can be built here if desired. $395,000.
25 ACRE HUNTING PARADISE Nestled into timberland area. Complete with great home
place to live, fenced, outbuildings. Private & secluded area. Only $299,900.
GOOD WOODED BUILDABLE LOTS NEAR SANTA FE RIVER Nice boat ramp close
by, beautiful river! A great environment for your family and friends. Only $27,000. (each or
$100,000 for all 4 lots) '
WOODED 15 ACRES IN LAFAYETTE COUNTY $119,500. Owner Financing w/ 15%
down.
10 ACRES WITH NICE D/W MH and second rental s/w mh. Has a garage and is fenced.
Quiet and secluded. In the Bell school system. $158,900.
BEAUTIFUL WOODED 5 ACRES On county maintained road in north Gilchrist County.
-$66,500. Owner Financing with 15% down.
HORSE RIDERS Nice wooded tract right by State land. Comprised of (2) 1- acre buildable
lots. Only $39,500.
LOT IN LEVY COUNTY -Near Williston on SR 121. Only $23,900.
18 ACRES IN SOUTH SUWANNEE COUNTY Partly open and many nice trees. A great
location!! $165,000.
RARE 20 ACRE PARCEL- nestled into government land. Suwannee River view and swim-
ming spring a few feet away. Deer & turkey hunting. Buildable, and already has well & power.
Nicely wooded: $340,000,
BEAUTIFUL 2.75 ACRE NORTH GEORGIA MOUNTAIN LOT Has a real nice view.
Only $69,500.
3 FANTASTIC NORTH GEORGIA RV LOTS Large lake close by, swimming pool, great
area to ATV or ride any kind of motorcycles. All lots have H20, electric and year round main-
tenance. Only $110,000. for all.
10 ACRES Nice land that's high & dry, but convenient to Suwannee & Santa Fe Rivers.
$119,900.
BEAUTIFUL CONVENIENT SUWANNEE RIVER LOT As close as you can get to Gaines-
ville. Complete with well, septic, power & decks at river. Very close to a paved road. Ready for
your new house and one of the best opportunities on the river. $239,500.
2 LOTS AT LAKE PANASOFFKEE IN SUMTER COUNTY Improved and ready to
build. $69,900.
2 NICE TWO ACRE LOTS Side-by-side on paved road ih an airstrip community in Suwan-
nee County. Both wooded, high, dry and Buildable. Being sold as a pair only $74,900.
FANTASTIC 7.5 ACRES ON THE SUWANNEE- 200(Fift onroge' Complete with a very
nice 3/2 D/W river home. Large pole barn and other amenities. This land is comprised of 2 legal
land lots. South of Rock Bluff in Gilchrist County. Asking price $459,000.
For more information and pictures of these and other properties listed
Visit our website at www.wolfordrealty.com
God Bless America!!


(352) 463-7075 JEAN C. TROKE Licensed Real Estate Broker
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IThrift Sale


THRIFT SALE: The Trenton United
Methodist Church will be holding a
Thrift Sale on Friday, June 1st from 8am-
4pm and Saturday, June 2nd from 8am-
12noon in Fellowship Hall. Come and
find that special treasure. There will be a
Bake Sale.
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1995 FORD TAURUS GL: Full-power, BOB OS
cold A/C, 2nd owner, low miles, $1,850 INC.: 70 f
offer 386-935-2501. er truck, s
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COLE 12MX PLANTER UNIT: Used
once plants corn, beans, okra, melon, PRESSUI
cuke, beets, squash, etc. plus fertilizer ING, DE
distributer. Paid $950, yours for $880. and HON
352-214-5871. MENT: R
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vices, 352
MINI BIKE, 3.5hp motor, $75 obo. 386- weekends.
935-4233. weekends.
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BUILDING
UPHOLSTERY MATERIAL 5 bolts CBCOLD7
of 44 yards each. All teal color $25.00 lot Precisi
each or $100 for all. Call Margo at 463- 266 SE
1222 before 4:00 pm.
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Services J

LANDCLEARING, grading, site work,
driveways, limerock/filldirt, hauling,
mowing, demolition. All types heavy
equipment work. Insured, Free Estimates!
Carter Excavating, 352-213-5361.
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POWELL HEATING & AIR, LLC:
Sales-Service-Installation. MC/Visa ac-
cepted. RA13067354. 352-463-1115.
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730 E. Wade Street (SR-26) Trenton, Florida 32693
-- SUWANNEE RIVER-AREA PROPERTIES ON THE MARKET --
DIXIE CO. BRICK HOME ON HIGH RIVER BLUFF: 3 BR/3 BA: Over 165' river frontage, with tremendous views of the Suwannee River, at this
Old Town property (located right by US-19). Has over 1,700 inside sqft. of comfort, includes spacious BRs, full-service kitchen & more. Outer features
include built seawalls, attached river deck & dock, 26x48 detached garage/workshop, full fencing &; landscaping--call or email our office for more
ii,f,....$550.000. ... '
DIXIE CO. RIVER-AREA HOME & 1+ LANDSCAPED ACRE: 3 BR/2.5 BA: Well-built two-level CB home, on neatly kept 1.06-acre property,
located within stone's throw of the Suwannee & Nature Coast Trail/Bridge (includes S/Ds private boat entry). Over 2700 inside sqft. of comfort, with
16x36 attached covered patio deck (w/hot tub); also has bonus rooms, 20x24 work bldg., and more--call office for Jean/Jim for details...$265,000.
6+ ACRES--SUWANNEE RIVERFRONT TRACT WEST OF BELL: Unspoiled 6.28-acres, a wooded tract with 200' frontage along the Suwannee, at
Shady Bend Aif Park S/D. Call/email Barbara or office, for full property details...$249,900.
-- QUALITY-BUILT HOMES NOW AVAILABLE --
CUSTOM BRICK-BUILT HOME & ACREAGE WEST OF BELL: 3 BR/2 BA: Outstanding brick home, on land-scaped 9.97-acre property located
just 3/4-mile from the Suwannee. Upgrades throughout inside, including fireplace, custom shelving, wood floors, gourmet kitchen (top-line appliances) and
more. Outside has 46x40 combo garage/workshop (room for horses), nice mix of trees, pasture & wildlife--contact Barbara and/or office for all
info...$419,000.
FRAME HOME & GUEST SUITE ON PASTURE ACREAGE: 4 BR/4.5 BA (total): Hdrse-ready 5-acre tract, with wood fencing & gates, including
2-L'dl btr-,. ii-,.r..-ecp Trenton & Bell with paved frontage along CR-232. Large, spacious home has high ceilings, mix of wood & tile floors, 2-vehicle
carport (w/enclosed family room), and 1 BR/1 BA back cottage. Call or email our office for the details...$244,900.
NEWLY-BUILT HOME, ON 1+ ACRE NEAR TRENTON: 3 BR/2 BA: Quality frame/hardy-plank home built in 2006, located at executive Homes
S/D just south of town (right by US-129); has spacious living area, full Main BR/BA suite (his/hers' closets, tiled shower), large 2-car garage, new metal
storage bldg. & more...$199,900.
SPACIOUS 4 BR HOME IN TOWN: NICE NEIGHBORHOOD: 4 BR/2 BA: With over 1,600 inside sq. ft, this CB/Stucco home would be ideal for
growing family, located at quiet neighborhood in NE Trenton (right by an oak-shaded city park). Has full rooms throughout, including bonus 4th BR (or
could be private office) attached behind 2-car garage. Also, privacy board fencing in back (with screened-in porch)...$129,900.
-- MANUFACTURED HOMES ON THE MARKET --
NEW LISTING--WELL-KEPT. M/HOME & 2+ ACRES NEAR BELL: 2 BR/2 BA: Neat & clean 16x76 2000 Manufactured home, on a landscaped,
rolling 2.13-acre tract, close to both Bell schools. Has spacious split-plan format, with garden tub/separate shower for Main bath, full-appliance kitchen,
attached screened porch/deck & lots more...$99,900. '
LARGE M/HOME ON 29+ SECLUDED ACRES: 4 BR/2 BA: Spacious 27x76 manufactured home,.located amongst lots of planted pines (great future
investment), on a 29.1-acre tract in-between Trenton & Fanning. Property has 4-vehicle carport, 20x20 pole barn (w/electric). Home-site being sold 'as is'
by Owner--call Jean or Barbara for all the details...$299,900.
SPACIOUS M/HOME, HORSE BARN, 11 ACRES & MORE: 4 BR/2 BA: Plenty of room to spread out, with fully-fenced 11.6-acres (2 side-by-side
tracts), roomy 27x70 2002 Manufactured Home, 33x33 metal barn (with 4 horse stalls/tack-room), second M/Home & lots more; all located in East
Gilchrist Co., within short drive to Gainesville/Alachua Co--call or email our office for full details...$265,000.
10 WOODED ACRES, PRIVATE HOME-SITE & MORE NEAR-BELL: 3 BR/2 BA: Spacious 27x60 Manufactured Home, located on a
natural-woods 10-acre tract (including a spring), with paved road frontage near Bell & the Suwannee River. Has attached bonus room, large screened porch,
24x48 metal barn (w/office & RV parking), and more...$224,900.
5 PASTURE ACRES & HOME-SITE NEAR FANNING SPRINGS: 4 BR/2 BA: Would make a fine horse/home property, for this 5-acre fenced tract,
with 14x52-M/Home (& attached 24x24 frame-built addition, PFope in; has paved frontage, wrap-around porch and lots more--check our website for
photos & further info...$149,900.
REDUCED (From $159,900)--LANDSCAPED ONE-ACRE & M/HOME: 3 BR/2 BA: Owners have .done a number of renovations/additions, for this
Manufactured close to Bell. Has three inside attachments (including Florida & bonus rooms, and newer Main suite), large workshop/garage w/full guest
quarters, pool w/patio & more, also paved frontage...$130,000. .,
TWO SEPARATE M/HOMES, BOTH ON 5 ACRES, JUST NORTH OF BELL: Two adjacent 5-acre tracts, each with a Manufactured Home (one a 3
BR/2 BA 24x40, the other 2 BR/2 BA 16x76), both kept in good shape. Properties are rolling, wooded land--one has outbuilding & 2-vehicle pole barn;
both within short drive of CR-340. For sale separately, but Owner may consider combined offer...$118,900 (each).
Reduced (From $126,900)--WELL-KEPT PROPERTY W/PRIVACY: 3 BR/2 BA: Spacious 1600+ inside sqft., at this neat/clean Manufactured
home-site close to Bell, on a secluded 5.8-acre tract (has nice mix of pasture & large oaks). Large, airy rooms inside, with fireplace & shelving in living
room, full Main BR/BA suite (garden tub & shower in bath), lots more...$117,900.
WELL-KEPT M/HOME ON LANDSCAPED ACRE IN NO. GILCHRIST: 3BR/2BA: 1996 24X44 Manufactured, in quality condition, on a comer
1.15-acre tract (nice mix of trees/open space), with board fencing in front. Located north of Bell, with quick access to US 129 & CR 340...Owner says to
present offers...$88,900.
SPACIOUS HOME & LANDSCAPED TRACT IN TRENTON: 3 BR/2 BA: Well-kept 28x56 M/Home, with two large attached screened porches &
2-wide carport, on 115x120 property at Ayers Estates. Inside. has roomy BR's & lots of closet space, large living room, full kitchen. Also has metal
workshop/storage bldg., & more...$74,000.
AFFORDABLE MANU. HOME IN TRENTON: .3 BR/1 BA: Well-kept 14x56 M/Home on wooded 2 lots in NE Trenton neighborhood, has
newly-installed city services, ready to move into & priced for quick sale...$49,900.
-- LOTS & ACREAGE PROPERTIES ON MARKET --
44 ACRES, MIX OF WOODS/OPEN SPACE, IN EAST GILCHRIST: Quality larger acreage tract, has nice mix of natural woods & open pasture.
Property also has over 1,400' of paved frontage along CR-337, and well, fencing/gates. Lots of potential for family-farm/agricultural use--call or e-mail our
office for full details...$499,900.
20 ACRES--DIXIE CO. WOODED TRACT, PAVED FRONTAGE: A naturally-wooded, unspoiled property, has frontage along 2 sides of paved
Spillers Road, so potential for multiple home-sites; located right by neat/clean county park near Old Town..$220,000.
FIVE ACRES, WITH WELL & SEPTIC INSTALLED: Nice mix of trees and open space, at this 5.02-acre tract in West Gilchrist Co., close to both
Trenton and Bell. Property has 4" well & septic tank installed, ready for your new home-site; call or email for full information...$89,900.
4-to-10 ACRE TRACTS AVAILABLE: Five separate properties available, all throughout the Gilchrist & Levy Co. market--each ready for new home-site,
check with our office for all the information/locations...5 acres from $69,900,10 acres from $89,500.
TWO ACRES NEAR FANNING SPRINGS: Nice mix of large trees & open space, for this 2-acre tract, located close to all amenities on US-19 just south
of Fanning Springs...$39,900.
HALF TO ONE ACRE TRACTS--We have a, variety of the smaller tracts for sale, from 100x100 sized, to' 1/2 & 3/4 acre tracts, and some one-acre
properties; all located in the Bell, BronsonTrenton, Fanning Springs area--check with our office for the full details...1/2 to one-acre tracts start from
$12,900.
You can call our agents after regular business hours, for more information on any of our listings,
at the main office number above, or at our agents' cell numbers below:


Jim or Jean Troke
(386) 935-3357


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Paul Troke
(352) 221-2999


Barbara Mayo
(352) 222-0427


"Professional Service With A Personal Touch"


Debra Powers
(352) 215-1132


EQUAL HOUSING
OPPORTUNITY


Services

TREE REMOVAL & DEMOLITION
WORK: Mobile homes and houses re-
moved. For a Free Estimate Call Johnny
Wesley with Wesley Sanitation at 352-
226-3005.
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ELMORE'S SIMULATED BRICK &
STONE, INC.: Stone, stucco, permanent
mobile home skirting. Free Estimates.
6789 SE 70th Avenue, Trenton. 472-
5542, 214-3702. Fax 352-472-0124.
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BORNE TREE SERVICE,
t. bucket truck, hydraulic load-
stump grinder. Free Estimates.
52-463-9100.
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RE WASHING, PAINT-
CK & PATIO BUILDING
IE REPAIRS & IMPROVE-
Leasonable prices, ,dependable,
d professional. Shamrock Ser-
-463-1212 day or evening and

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fG CONTRACTOR:
40 Custom homes built on your
ion Development, PO Box 249,
Hwy. 19, Old Town, 352-542-

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MOWER & CHAINSAW PARTS
Stihl, Husqvarna, Ayp, Murray, Sears,
MTD, Briggs, Kohler, Robin, and Hon-
da. Blades for most mowers.
Beauchamp Saw Shop
493-4904
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DIXIE MONUMENT: Old Town Since
1992. Visit our display on Hwy. 19 at
C&C Growers, 9 am 5 pm, Mon. Sat.
or call toll free 1-877-542-3432 for ap-
pointment to visit our shop & main office
at 1471 NE 512 Avenue. 100's of stones
in stock, computer specialist to assist you
in creating a lasting tribute to the life of
your loved one.
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SServices

TIM POWELL ELECTRIC: New
installations and repairs, licensed and
insured. State Reg. #EC13002453. Call
(352) 463-2155.
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.Help Wanted]

MAINTENANCE ASSISTANT:
Part-time, Tri-County Nursing Home,
EOE/DFWP, 7280 SW SR-26, Fanning
Springs, 463-1222.
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Jim King Realty, Inc.
Realtor W
Main Office (352) 493-2221
315 N. Main Street (US-19), Chiefland, FL 32626
Fanning Springs Branch Office (352) 463-6144 or 542-0009
Ol 17871 U.S. Hwy. 19, Fanning Springs, FL 32693
Suwannee Branch Office (352) 542-9007
23382 SE 349 Hwy., Suwannee, FL 32692
OPPORTUNITY office@jimkingrealty.com or www.jimkingrealty.com REALTOR*






3 Beautiful Acres w/ All The Improvements on a This property offers affordable waterfront living
Paved Street This property has a 12' X 38', with a neat and clean 3/2 double-wide modular
lbedroom/lbath with a covered deck and roofover home. There are many extras i.e., Enclosed porch,
that you can live in while you build your house or set screened BBQ room, dock, garage/work-shop, and
up your mobile home. The other features are, a 24' X storage shed. This all sits on a beautiful lot with just
24' garage/workshop, storage shed, 2 wells, carport, the right amount of large oak trees for shade and
fish cleaning area and more. $85,000. DMH 755655 tranquillity. $115,000. (LMH-754570-RH) 493-
JW463-6144 2221
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Country Living 4 bedroom 2 bath 1998 4.fld1.icb Sunr.t rf ViE c t'fd 1icu.Cj .
manufactured home on 4.8 acres. Located just North Small cabin overlooking 100' of beautiful Suwannee
of Chiefland with all the conveniences within Riverfront property. Sehwall ii 1i,,ri d.i,.
minutes drive. $139,900. (LMH-752728-D) 493- Quiet location at end of street $199,900. (DW-
2221 7W4971) 493-2221





Quaint 2/1.5 hbme on 7 fenced acres with plenty of FISHERMAN'S PARADISE! This furnished, 2/1
room for your pets. There is a screened porch, an cypress cabin is perfect for your getaway weekends in
open patio, a 26X30 barn and a 30X40 detached Suwannee! It sits on a canal just minutes from the
metal garage with 14X24 paint room. This is a must Suwannee River of the Gulf. $350,000 (DW-753824-
see! $269,900 (DR-755582-MKH) 493-2221 MKH) 352-493-2221 /


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Closings
Title Insurance


Public Record Searches

(352-463-6403 Fast and Friendly Service


Gregory V. Beauchamp

Douglas K. McKoy


302 North Main Street
Trenton, Florida


OR SALE
LiNCASTER 1431 E. Wade Street .-
L AI M Trenton, FL 32693


D. Deen Lancaster
Lic. Real Estate Broker
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NICE JDI/2BA
DWMH in Trenton!
Convenient to all
amenities! Great
shade trees!
MLS 755195 $58,500


1990 SWMH on 5 acre 2000 DWMH on 1U NEW HOME under
corner lot, 3BR/2BA, acres in Bell! 3BR/2,BA, construction in Bahia
minutes from Otter spacious, hain-link dog Acres S/D! 3BR/2BA,
Springs and the Su- 1.10 acres, paved
wannee River! MLS kennel,,SECLUDED! road frontage!
752575 $109,900 MLS 754730 $168,000 MLS 755719 $189,900


B1LL 1.2. AU MLSt /bZZU NIW LISIINil
BELL 3.87 AC MLS 756287 NEW LISTING!
BELL 5.00 AC MLS 756286 NEW LISTING!
BRANFORD 0.92 AC MLS 755280
BRANFORD 10.00 AC TRACTS
10 PARCELS TO CHOOSE FROM!
BRONSON 0.30 AC MLS 753521
BRONSON 1.00 AC MLS 752319
BRONSON 1.00 AC MLS 752320
CHIEFLAND 0.20 AC MLS 750745
CHIEFLAND 0.20 AC MLS 750747
CHIEFLAND 4.80 AC MLS 751902
CHIEFLAND 5.02 AC MLS 755672
FANNING SPRINGS 0.70 AC MLS 754777
O'BRIEN 10.23 AC MLS 754625


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$50,000
$80,000
$29,000
$120,000
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$17,900
$17,900
$17,500
$17,500
$72,500
$87,500
$22,500
$120,000


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OLD TOWN 2.43 AC MLS 752218
OLD TOWN 2.44 AC MLS 750300
OLD TOWN 2.44 AC MLS 755901"
OLD TOWN 4.00 AC MLS 755383
OLD TOWN 5.00 AC MLS 753383
OLD TOWN 5.00 AC MLS 755395
TRENTON 0.46 AC MLS 751922
TRENTON 0.46 AC MLS 751934
TRENTON 1.10 AC MLS 754749
TRENTON 2.00 AC MLS 754810
TRENTON 4.00 AC MLS 752292
TRENTON 9.63 AC MLS 755274
TRENTON 20.00 AC MLS 751800
TRENTON 23.72 AC MLS 754244


2UUq LIVVMErl on
lots in Trenton!
3BR/2BA, well-
maintained, FHA set-
up and ready!
MLS 755612 $79,500

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NEW HOME on 5
acres in Trenton!
4BR/2.5BA, many up-
grades, SPACIOUS, 2-
car attached garage!
MLS 755811 $389,900


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$30,000
$39,900
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$52,000
$69,900
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MEMEROFTH MLTPL LSTIG ERIC AD OAD F RALOR FR IXEGICHRSTAN LVYCONTES


Deen Lancaster
Lic. Real Estate Broker
Cell: (352) 665-1411


Susan Lovelace
Lic. Real Estate Associate
Cell: (352) 538-1779


Johnnie Martin
Lic. Real Estate Associate
Cell: (352) 538-4160


Commercial

Building

For Lease

Multi-Purpose,
Loading Dock


Downtown Trenton


(352) 463-9060


Rustle Ames
Lic. Real Estate Associate
Cell: (352) 281-9187


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THURSDAY, MAY 24, 2007


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HelpWanted

ACTIVITY ASSISTANT: Part-time,
Tri-County Nursing Home, EOE/DFWP,
7280 SW SR-26, Fanning Springs, 463-
1222.
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LPN, FULL TIME 3-11: Excellent shift
differential and sign on bonus. Tri-Coun-
ty Nursing Home EOE/DFWP, 7280 S.W.
SR-26, Fanning Springs, 463-1222.

CLERK SPECIALIST: The
Gilchrist County Health Department
is seeking an OPS Clerk Specialist,
Position # DOHHel044. Must have
a high school diploma or its equiva-
lent, and basic computer skills. Bi-
lingual in Spanish preferred. Must
be fingerprinted. May bb required to
work extra hours or days in the event
of an emergency. Rate of pay will
be $8.05 per hour. Applications will
be accepted online at https://people-
first.myflorida.com/ State of Florida
applications, may be mailed to State
of Florida, People First, Staffing Ad-
ministration, PO Box 44058, Jack-
sonville Fl 32231 or faxed to (904)
636-2627 by 5/25/07. EEO/AA/VP
Employer.
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Help Wanted C LASS IF IE DS
DRIVER NEEDED: Driver with CDL
Class A. Clean driving record a must. ,CL--.. iLF AD? T'f 0 nf ti Jt iut. rP ?0 op. f R10 CEMT'FTcC P P1 DDITIONL v.'nPDl
352-213-6314.


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Full-time office position in Chiefland.
Great opportunity for the right person.
Salary commensurate with abilities.
Busy Sales office needs a multi-talented
person familiar with desktop publishing,
QuickBooks, as well as general office du-
ties. Good telephone & basic computer
skills required. Fax resume to 352-490-
6189; or mail to P.O. Box 1126, Chief-
land, FL 32644-1126; or e-mail to hrlc@
gatorworks.com


Help Wanted Full Time 1M
5:00pm Insurance Associat
Fast paced insurance agency
is looking for one high ener
to assist with daily operation
background helpful, but n
Computer skills mandatory
benefits. Please fax resume
4291 or email to tcis@bells
PHONE CALLS PLEASE


Bud Abbiss Caro
Licensed Real Estate Broker, Licensed Real Estate S

& cLIJCouiJntrys




P. O. Box 8 352 463
Bell, FL 32619 E-Mail: tcrealty@bells
www.TownandCountryRealtyOnline.com


[ -Help Wanted

IMMEDIATE OPENING for expe-
rienced nursery worker for new citrus
nursery. Knowledge with general nursery
operation needs. Valid driver's license.
Experience operating a tractor a plus.
Bonus, 401K and full benefits available.
EEO, Drug Free Workplace. Phone 352-
472-9185 for further information.


3tb,5-24-6-7 Site, Contractor seeks 1
trades: Heavy equipment
4-F 8:30am Motor Grader Operator,
e / Assistant. er, Truck Drivers w/CDL
y in Chiefland drivers license and experie
rgy individual Benefits. Apply within: A
ns. Insurance ing, Inc. (386-462-1115)
ot necessary:
. Salary plus
to 352-493- OFFICE MANAGERS
outh.net NO for construction company
Looking for dependable in
tb,5-24 organizational office and co
Health and life insurance
resume: (386) 462-6326
formation call: (352) 224-8
)le Abbiss drug-free workplace.
ales Associate

CARPENTERS, framers,
ers. 352-463-9060.


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south.net


Career Opportunity Ho:
expanding again! Several
available for both full and
estate sales positions. M
motivated, self disciplined
sire to become a member o
team. Please fax resume
3848 or call Patti at 386-4
confidential interview.


CDI Head Start serving
& Gilchrist Counties has
immediate openings. No
applications may be picke
Start, 9051 NE Hwy 27 A
or at 420 NE 106 St in Cros
Center). CDI is an Equa
Employer. Family Servic
supports & assists families
management. Must have a
er, plus 3 years experience
and families. Teacher Ass
the teacher and is respor
day to day activities of pr
lren. -Must-have-High-Sc
or GED and 45 hours chi
(or its equivalency). Willis
land locations. Cook Asst/(
sponsible for assisting in p
serving of meals and cle
sible for cleaning and mail
ties. Cross City location.
diploma or GED required
assists teachers in the day
ties of children. Must hav
diploma or GED and 45 h
courses. Bus Monitor. acts
tor on the school bus Cr
tion, High School diplom
quired. 20 hours


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Help Want.


AUTOPARTS COUNTER
or experience necessary. Nee
driving record and dependabil
based on experience. Please inc
535-7529.


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2tb,5-24-5-31 VACANCIES
GILCHRIST COUNTY
the following SCHOOLS
at Operator, Anticipated Vacancy Payroll
Survey Help- Supervisor
A or B. Valid District Office
ence required. High School Diploma or equivalent.
kndrews Pav- Three years of experience in accounting,
bookkeeping or related field. Must have
2tb,5-17-5-24 working knowledge of office procedures
and equipment. Must have excellent
SECRETARY written and oral communication
in Newberry. skills. Must be proficient in the use of
individual with Microsoft Office Applications (Word,
computer skills. Excel, Outlook) in an office setting.
available. Fax Preferred Qualifications: Intermediate
For more in- to advanced level of experience working
8970. This is a with Excel spreadsheets and formulas.
Experience in payroll. AA/AS Degree
4tb,5-10-5-31 desirable.
Instructor, ESE
finish & help- District Wide
Bachelor's degree or higher from an
tfnb,5-3 accredited institution.
Florida Certification covering ESE.
rizon Realty is Instructors, English
openings are District Wide
part-time real Bachelor's degree or higher from.
lust be highly an accredited institution. Florida
and must de- Certification covering English. Masters
Df a great sales Degree and eligible to teach dual
e to 386-462- enrollment/community college preferred.
162-4020 for a Instructors Pre-K, Special Needs
District Wide
4tb,5-3-5-24 Bachelor's degree or higher from an
accredited institution.
Levy, Dixie, Florida Certification covering
the following Elementary Education and
phone calls, Pre-K Disabilities endorsement required.
ed up at Head Instructors Elementary Education
it. in Bronson District Wide
ss City (Oliver Bachelor's degree or higher from
al Opportunity an accredited institution. Florida
es Specialist. Certification covering Elementary
s through case Education.
CDA or high- Instructor, Science/Physics
with children District Wide
distant. assists Bachelor's degree or higher from
visible for the an accredited institution. Florida
re-school chil- certification covering Science and
;hool Diploma- Physcs-- .


ldcare courses
ton and Chief-
Custodian. re-
reparation and
an up/respon-
ntaining facili-
High School
. Substitutes.
to day activi-
e High School
ours childcare
s as bus moni-
ross City loca-
a or GED re-

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FRAMER/CARPENTER needed for
busy contracting firm. Please call 463-
2210 and leave message. Must have driv-
er's license and own transportation. ,
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Hometown Realty
of North FlInc.

Natalie Rankin Licensed Real Estate Broker
1310 North Main Street Bell, Florida 32619
Office: (352) 463-9001 Toll Free: (888) 463-9001 Fax: (352) 463-9008


3BR/2BA 1620 sq.t. Fleetwood DWMH situated on nicely treed 1
acre lot. Island kitchen, separate LR & FR. Extra large master bath
& walk-in closet plus much more. MLS#756348 $93,000


Trenton I & H

Apartments

718 NE 7th Place #905
Trenton, FL 32693

Now Accepting Applications
for a 3 BR
HC apartment.

Rental assistance may
be available. 352-463-7106,
TDD/TTY 711
Equal Housing Opportunity.


PERFECT CONDITION describes this 2003 Homes of Merit
3BRi2BA 1296 sqft. DWMH just updated with new barber
carpet & paint throughout and all new appliances in large eat-in
kitchen. MLS#756351


Beautiful cleared 5 acres on paved county road. Very clean and
well-kept 2BR/I.5BA SWMH with perch, new roofing and
detached carport.
MLS#753758 $125,000


.18 Acre, Riverwalk S/D $59,900 LO TS & AC REA GE 20 Acres, Planted Pines $189,000,
.23 Commercial, US 129 $75,000 1.19 Acres, Comer Lot $25,000 6.5 Acres, Deed Restricted $99,900 20 Acres, WS/P, Pole Barn $199,000
.27 Acre, W/S, River Access $32,900 2 Acres, W/S/P, Dividable $56,900 7.33 Acres, Cleared $139,900 20 Acres, Pines, Close to River $249,942
1 Acre North of Bell $16,000 2 Acres, Bell, Dividable $45,000 7.94 Acres, Paved Highway, US-129 $109,900 20 Acres, Farm Land $255,000
1 Acre, North Gilchrist $17,900 2 Acres, Old Town, Paved Rd. $39,900 10 Acres, Cleared $199,000 20 Acres, Paved Rd $279,000
1 Acre, North Gilchrist $18,500 5 Acres, Paved Rd. N. Gilchrist $69,000 10 Acres, CR 232 $99,000 21.85 Acres, Suwannee River $320,000
1 Acres, Wacassassa W/S/P $34,900 5 Acres, Close to Rivers $69,500 10Acres, CR232 $115,000 37 Acres, Paved Rd. $489,000
1 Acre Lots, Williston $35,000 5 Acres, Deed Restricted $79,900 10 Acres, Suwannee Shores $119,000 40 Acres, W/S/P, Pole Barn $380,000
1 Acre, Paved Road, Bell $39,900 5 Acres, W/S/P, Trenton $95,000 10 Acres, Suwannee Shores $115,000 40 Acres, Farm Land $469,000
1 Acre, Buck Bay, Chiefland $65,000 5 Acres, Bell City Limits, Dividable $99,900 10 Acres, Hwy 349 Old Town PENDING $129,900 53 Acres, Canal Frontaged $8425,000
1.03 Acres, Partially Cleared $20,000 5 Acres, Trenton, Dividable $89,900 12 Acres, Scattered Oaks $160,000 77 Acres, PavedCR340 $699,00
5.5 Acres, Near Waters Lake $54,900 15 Acres, Suwannee River $375,000 78 Acres, CR 340


1 Your Hometown Team


, Quality home with extra insulation, hardwood floors, wood
cabinets, architectural shingles geothenrmal windows, sheet rock
walls, walk-in closets & more!!
MLS#755776 $147,000






Concrete block home in the city limits of Trenton. City water &
sewer, attached carport, nice screened porch, large utility area, shady
fenced yard & utility shed.
MLS#754652 $110,000


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Custom 3B/2BA POOL8'60 sq.t. home on 5 acres Arched
windows, french ds,french doors, tile counter tops, under roof patio to
screened pool, 40x40 Pole barn workshop w/ lean-to's, fenced
paddock & more. MLS 752985 $299,900


Natalie Rankin Rob Rankin Michele Taylor Emma Garcia Don Thomas
(Not Pictured: Kathleen Shannon, Jack Diepersloot & Nathan Shepherd)


.k. www.HometownRealtyNF.com


3BR/2BA 2005 DWMH with poured concrete footer on 3.28 acres.
3436workshop, full length porch with concretefloor, tree house
and fenced & cross-fenced.
MLS0754487 $149,941


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/ .' Price Reduced Over 40K! 3
/ <-. bedroom. 2 bash custom budlt ith \.
almost 1,700 sq ft under roof. The
interior features a large lting room,
open dining room, & modern kitchen.
Prench doors lead out a wonderful
oversized patio perfect for entertamnig. The:
southern front porch gives this home its country charm. Situated on I ac lot on Ha
paved road In the heart of Gilchrist County just 2 miles from the beautiful
SSuwannee River Motivated Seller aslong $185,000. MLS# 753539

A Great Value! 3 bedroom, 3 bath ranch i
-home with almost 1,800 sq ft of-living space M Ii^
and is-situated on partallyVwooded park like
9.68 acrespartially fenced with airin-ground
pool, enclosed patio, 2-car garage .and storage
hed swhingl and new kitchen tile. -.
LocatedNorth of Bell on paved road, within imnutes of the Santa Fe and Suwannee
River. Reduced to $199,900, Make an offer today MLS# 750736


Brad Smith.
Li. Real Estate BrokerG
Smith & Associates,
0I4 E Wide Si
SeTrnio. FL 12 .3 Real Estate
352-463-7770



L. Frank Grant Realty
L. Frank Grant
LIC. REAL ESTATE BROKER
216-A N. Main St., Trenton, FL 32693
352-463-2817 FAX (352) 463-2479 EQ5 eiOP .
lfgr@bellsouth.net
We List To SHll! S

776 SW CR344


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7769 SW CR-344
Bell
3BD/2BA Ranch Home on 18 acres w/
3BD/2BA DW
MLS # 754159 Priced at $616,664.


8640 SW 47th Lane BELL

2BD/ 1BA MH ON 1 acre lot
Close to Suwannee River
MLS # 750952 PRICED AT $65,000.


For additional information on our listings
Visit our website at www.lfrankgrant.com


MLS # 754309
MLS # 749600
MLS # 749774
MLS # 752877
MLS # 751750

MLS # 752195
MLS # 752196
MLS # 755053


Land in Gilchrist County
9.55 acres w/4'well 16x36 shelter
9.2 ac Planted Pines off County Grade
10 ac w/4" well-cross fenced
5 ac wooded w/scattered oaks
2 ac paved road, cleared
2 ac wooded lot
5 ac fenced, cleared on paved road
3 ac planted pines


MLS # 755054-755057 5 plus ac planted pines


Southern Property Services. Inc.
352-375-7731 Anne Barnett
352-376-1371 ~ Lynn Hervey
352-359-6305 Susan Huish
352-475-3500 Sondra Blake
* $8,000 discount for 4-lot block in Oak Walk. $132,000. Paved
streets, underground electric and phone, trails, park, deed
restricted. Anne Barnett Broker/Owner.
* 26-acre horse farm in N. Gilchrist County. 3 BR/2 BA home in
excellent condition, high quality 4-stall barn, paddocks.
$445,000. Susan Huish.
* 326 acres on SR-47 just north of CR-232. Zoning is 1 home per
5 acres. Paved and graded road frontage. $5,500/acre. Susan
H uish .. ._ _-. -I... ....... ... ,... ,..
. New home in Oak Walk. High quality constructiop, side
garage, ceramic tile, tray ceilings, lots of w- windows! $237,000,
seller will pay $3,000 closing costs. Lynn Hervey.
* 5 acres in Meadow Wood Trails, paved street, homes only, four
board fence, gate. $99,000. Anne Barnett.
* 20 Acres in Winding River Preserve! In planted pine, nice dry
lot! $280,000. Susan Huish.
* Gorgeous lot in the Preserve neighborhood in The Riverwalk.
Backs up to huge wooded preserve. $84,000. Anne Barnett
Broker/owner.
* 32 acre farm in Lafayette County. SWMH, pole barn, fenced,
paved road, $395,000. Call Lynn Hervey.
* 40 acres NW Gilchrist County. High, dry and rolling. Next to
timber company land. $400,000. Lynn Hervey.
* 395 acres in Suwannee County just north of Branford, walk to
the river! $5,500/acre. Sondra Blake.
* 40 acres of hay in Gilchrist County. Beautiful, high and dry
tract! $480,000. Anne Barnett.
* 41 acres in Tiger Island, small cabin, great hunting! $200,000.
Lynn Hervey.

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Instructors, Reading
District Wide Bachelor's degree or
higher from an accredited institution.
Florida certification covering Reading
Guidance Counselor
Trenton High School
Master's Degree and Florida
Certification covering
Guidance Counseling (or eligible)
Speech/Language Pathologist (K-12)
District-wide Bachelor's Degree in
Speech/
Language Pathology/Communication
Disorders from an accredited
educational institution. Florida
certification in Speech/Language;
Pathology and/or licensure in
Speech/Language Pathology.
Substitute Teachers
High School Diploma or Equivalent.
Contact the District Office for an
application and more information.
Bus Driver Trainees;
Substitute Bus Drivers.
High School Diploma. 40 hours of in-
service training will be provided for
qualified applicants. Flexible training
hours. Part of the training prepares
trainees for the driver portion of the
Class B Florida CDL. For information
or questions, contact the Transportation
Department at (352) 463-3230.
Highly Qualified
Substitute Teacher Pool
We are accepting applications for our
Highly Qualified Substitute
Teacher Pool. Qualifications:
Bachelor's Degree or higher with a
current or
former Florida teaching certificate in a
core subject area. Once approved,
highly qualified substitutes would be
eligible for substituting at $130 a day in
pre-approved situations where there is
a long-term absence in a core subject
area. All other daily substituting would
be at current daily rates. Contact the
District Office for an application and
more information.


Obtain and submit application to:
Gilchrist County School District,
310 NW lIth Avenue,
Trenton, FL 32693
(352) 463-3200.
Application may be downloaded at:
www.gilchristschools.org/Personnel.
htm#Application
Attach a resume and any
additional information as
necessary. All applications will
be screened. Not all applicants
will be interviewed.
Applications will be accepted
until positions are filled.
EEO/Drug Free Workplace
www.GilchristSchools.org
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L AKE CITY
COMMUNITY COLLEGE
FOUNDATION SPECIALIST
Paraprofessional work assisting the Executive
Director of the LCCC Foundation with
accounting, fund raising, marketing, public
relations, and for all office management
functions. High school diploma or equivalent
with five years office management and/or
accounting experience. Special consideration '
given to applicants with an associate degree or
certificate in related area.. Valid FL driver's
license. Salary: $23,827.00 plus benefits
Deadline for applications: May 31, 2007
SENIOR OFFICE ASSISTANT
(Olustee Campus)
Clerical work dealing with the organization and
registration of classes for Correctional Officer
training at the Criminal Justice Training Center
in Olustee. High school diploma or its
equivalent and two years of secretarial or
clerical office experience. Special consideration
given to applicants with an associate degree or
certificate in related area. Skilfin using Excel
spreadsheets and MS Word.
Salary: $19,602.00 annually, plus benefits
Deadline for applications: May 31, 2007
College application required. Position details
and application available on the web at:
www.lakecitycc edu
Inquiries: Human Resource Development
Lake City Community College
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386)754-4314
Fax: (386) 754-4594
E-mail: boettcherg(alakecitvcc.edu
LCCC is accredited by the Southern Association
of Colleges and Schools
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in Education &
Employment










THI RSDAY. MAY 24, 2007


GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


Page Nineteen


For Rent

HIGH TRAFFIC US 19 offers this
40X100 metal building with new bath-
room and lots of parking and display
area located in Old Town (approx 1 mile
over bridge) for commercial use. $900
per month Contact Brad Smith -Broker/
Owner 352-221-5256.
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2003 Double wide on 5 acres, w/1860 sq
ft. 3 bed, 2 bath, computer room, laundry
room, firepl, bird foundation, 2 stall pole
barn, utility shed, home protection plan,
in Trenton on SE 55th St. $ toward clos-
ing. Motivated seller. All offers reviewed.
Call Jean McLellan for more info: 352-
895-1320 Affiliates Price: $169,900.00
4tb,5-17-6-7

2 LOTS, WATERS LAKE: Well, septic,
no impact fee, $24,500. Also a lot at Wan-
nee, $6,500. Call 352-628-3368 for info.
4tp,5-3-5-24

10 ACRES, DWMH 3 BR/2 BA, 2,550
sq. ft., secluded, $178,000. Possible own-
er finance/lease option. Call for more in-
formation. 386-935-1982.
4tb,5-3-5-24

COUNTRY WAY IN NEWBERRY: 3/2
full brick built in 2004 for $249,900 Call
352.514.7328 Alvin Tate, REALTOR
Bosshardt Realty.
6tb,4-26-5-31

REALLY NICE 2/2 TOWNHOUSE
in G'ville $175,000 2 mi. to UF, 1 mi. to
Oaks Mall. Call 352.514.7328 for Alvin
Tate, REALTOR Bosshardt Realty.
6tb,4-26-5-31

HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER: 1306
SW 6th Avenue. CB 3 BR/1.5 BA, near
Trenton Elementary School, furnished,
$135,000. Unfurnished $130,000.. Call
463-2042, 7 9 pm
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FOR SALE Retail storefront property
in downtown Trenton. Three buildings on
Main Street. Call 352-463-7135. .
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RESIDENTIAL
BEAUTIFUL 5 ACRES just outside of High Springs on a cul-de-sac.
The mobile home has been well maintained. Come build your dream
home here. It is priced right to sell just waiting for you! Looking at all
offers! $154,000. Call Deena Erickson-Klacko, 352-494-2404.
#279396
BEAUTIFUL 4.72 ACRES, mature pastures, 4-stall barn w/feed &
tack Rm. Jacobsen mobile home w/large eat-in Kit, above-ground pool,
lots of new amenities & 3-Yr Halo Protection Warranty. On a paved
road w/great access to Chiefland & Trenton. $232,500. Call Deena
Erickson-Klacko, 352-494-2404. #278993
A COVERED FRONT PORCH invites you into this open floor plan.
A spacious master bath including a large jetted tub, separate shower
and a large vanity. An open kitchen w/ breakfast nook overlooks the
fenced-in backyard and large back porch. $252,900. Call Perry
McDonald, 352-278-0310. #276015
EXCLUSIVE RIVERFRONT COMMUNITY. This 3BR, 3BA home
is fully furnished and has access to private docks & boat ramp on the
Suwannee River. Only 8 homes in Phase 1, so buy today! $280,000.
Call Tony Boothby, 352-262-1159. #271231
BREATH-TAKING PROPERTY, 3256 Sq. Ft. home with a total of
.4651 Sq. Ft. Easy access to Gainesville & 1-75. Beautiful back patio
overlooking the valley, 3-car garage w/bonus Rm. 2BR, 1BA Apart.
over workshop. So much you just need to come & see it! $729,000.
Call Deena Erickson-Klacko, 352-494-2404. #279395
VACANT LAND
CAVE DIVER OR NATURE LOVER'S PARADISE. 2 acres is
home of two sinks. One named by the owner, Whipperwill Sink,
provides an opening to the famous Florida underwater cave system.
Build a dream home just Mins. from High Springs & enjoy the scenic
view of Florida's best! $169,000. Call Isabel Smith, 352-318-7829 or
Tony Boothby, 352-262-1159. #279693
ONE OF THE FEW RIVER-FRONT LOTS around in Alachua
County & just waiting for you to build your dream home. Located on a
paved road in a great location. Come & take a look for yourself
$279,000. Call Deena Erickson-Klacko, 352-494-2404. "'2 |9
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By: Carrie A. Mizell
Two large gardens full of vine ripe
vegetables await Dennis and Denise
Montgomery, as well as four other
families who have partnered with
Montgomery Farms in a community-
supported agriculture effort.
As a longtime Gilchrist County
resident, Dennis has been growing
vegetables at his home north of Bell
for many years. It wasn't until Denise
was diagnosed with fibromyalgia
eight years ago that the couple began
growing their vegetables naturally.
"I started looking on the Internet


Dennis Montgomery greets one
of his goats.


to learn more about fibromyalgia. I
found that if I changed my diet and
stayed away from processed foods
then I might feel better," Denise
said.
Up until that point, Dennis had
used synthetic fertilizers on his land.
"We were brought up being told
that you are what you eat. In the old
days there were no chemicals or pes-
ticides and people lived forever. Of
course they were also eating gopher
back then!" Dennis said. "I think
people just need to get back to the
basics."
Montgomery Farms stands as a
testament to old-fashioned living.
Patterned after their ancestors farm-
ing practices, the Montgomerys use
composted manure as fertilizer. The
compost consists of three elements,
horse manure, sawdust and alfalfa.
Rather than buying pot ash to put on
the plants, the couple rakes leaves
from beneath their massive oak trees
into large piles and sets them on fire.
After the leaves have burned they
discard the ashes onto their vegetable
plants.
"Nothing goes to waste around
here," Dennis said.
Tom the pet turkey and Daisy the
tri-colored goat follow both Dennis
and Denise as they ebb slowly up the
planted rows.
"I started looking for ideas for the


Featured personality of the


month
Ms. Patsy's desire is to let people
know that "there are many around
us each day who come from differ-
ent socioeconomic backgrounds;
however, that should not be a factor
in accepting each person as someone
special and treating them with toler-
ance."
She says, "Many times we do not


(Continued from page 1)

know the situation they are going
through. By loving them and treating
them in a special way we will surely
help them to know that good charac-
ter is within reach."
For it is within reach of all of us
as we continue to prove to those out-
side our county that we are peoplegof
character because we care.


Dennis and Denise Montgomery stand in their vegetable garden on
Friday morning.


garden online and found there were
a lot of organic farms in California,"
Denise said. "I took the concept of
a community-supported farm .from
what I read."
Planting their 2007 garden, utiliz-
ing the community-supported agri-
culture concept, was like starting on
a shoestring, according to Denise.
"We planted what we like to eat,"


Denise added. "Because we knew the
first year would be risky."
The diversified garden features
watermelon, corn, beans, peas, toma-
toes, okra, bell pepper, onions, col-
lard greens, pumpkins, cantaloupes,
potatoes, eggplant, sweet potatoes
and squash.
Families interested in partner-
ing with the Montgomerys decide if


Discussion resumes on proposed assisted


living facility
loan for the project, ing.
"We're just going to have to go Langford seconded the motion, and
back to the Volunteers of America board members unanimously agreed.
and see if we can get this back going "Once we have the meeting we
and not drop it this time," Langford will have direction," Langford said.
said. "Other than that I don't know of a
Clyde Forbes made a motion to direction on this other than fundrais-
contact the Volunteers of America to ing."
see if the organization would make The next meeting of the Gilchrist
another offer to help with grant fund- County Continuous Care Corpora-


(Continued from page 2)

tion Board will be Tuesday, July, 10
at 1 p.m. at Trenton City Hall.


they would like a half-share interest,
which feeds two people, or a full-
share interest which accommodates
four people. As the harvest comes in,
partners pick up brown bags full of
ripe vegetables fresh from the garden
each week for 20 weeks.
Deanne Lorincz of High Springs,
partnered with Montgomery Farms
after reading an article in Time maga-
zine about the benefits of consuming
all natural produce. The article fea-
tured information on Local Harvest,
a website dedicated to helping people
locate organic family farms and fresh
markets close to their home.
The wife of a retired physician,
Lorincz said that she knows the ben-
efits of eating all natural foods, but
felt that she and her husband were
,too old to grow their own garden and
properly maintain it.
Initially, Lorincz's husband, An-
drew was skeptical about giving
strangers $300 for garden produce
that had not even been planted, but
once the couple met the Montgom-
erys they felt like they were making a
sound investment.
"We now have more vegetables
than we know what to do with!"
Lorincz said. "We give them out to
our neighbors now."
The vegetables are not all just
standard vegetables, according to
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cently began eating sugar snap peas
that were grown at Montgomery
Farms and they are a delicious treat.
"We also have a vegetable stand set
up here on the farm. The farm is open
to visitors Wednesday through Satur-
day, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.," Denise said.
Every peacock, dog, chicken, pig,
goat, guinea hen and turkey wander-
ing around the farm has a name.
Visitors are welcome to stop by for
fresh vegetables, a tour of the farm,
use of the playground area, a hay ride,
or a picnic in peaceful surroundings.
"We hope to have cook outs and
Easter egg hunts for the community
out here in the future," Denise said.
"Like any business it will take us a
couple of years to get going."
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Section B, Page One


1 010714-02730000-0010
BRADLEY FRED L & LINDA S
LOT 1 SANTA FE BEND SUBD CONT
10.02'AC 62/257 226/460 251/.
290 261/181263/538 294/214


2,800.17
10.020AC


2010714-02730000-0020 HX 3,409.70
BRADLEY FRED L & LINDA S 11.700AC
LOT 2 SANTA FE BEND SUBD CONT
11.7 AC 62/257 226/460 251/290
261/181 263/538 2000/1283
3 120714-00000001-0020 145.77
RUSH ROBERT A 40.360AC
N 456 FT OF NW/4 OF SE/4 OF
12-7-14 LESS N 456.50 PT OF :
E/2 OF E/2 OF NW/4 OF SE/4 &
4 120714-00000001-0040 HX 195.62
HIGH DONALD M 9.640AC
W 3/4 OF NW/4 OF SE/4 LESS N
456 FT CONT 19.64 AC 62/685
125/421 229/225 252/24 UTIL
5 120714-00670000-0100 HX 1,343.29
WHITE ELIZABETH G 10.240AC
LOT 10 SUWANNEE FORK UNREC
SUBD 13-7-14 OR 68/38 120/508
6 120714-00670000-0170 HX 822.42
MADDEN RICHARD P & JANETA 9.910AC
LOT 17 SUW FORK UNREC SUBD
47/419 71/332 101/188 103/375
203/124 270/17 270/19 283/46
7 120714-00670000-0310 311.60
OSBORNE THOMAS B 3.150AC
LOT 31 SUWANNEE FORK UNREC
SUBD OR 71 PG 190
8 120714-00670000-0500 2,920.46
MCCORMICK LARRY & CATHERINE 38.OOAC
N 3/4 (OR 990 FT) OF SE/4 OF
NW/4 & N 990 FT LYING E &
NEXT TO SANTA FE RIV OF SW/4
9 130714-0122000D-0060 480.02
WILLIAMS JANICE & 1.120AC
LOT 6 BLK D UNIT 2 TWO RIV
ESTATE OR 57/560 109/607 &
.643 128/680 129/17 179/77
10 130714-0122000E-0140 537.47
WILKERSON BILLY D & RUTH 1.OOOAC
LOT 14 BLK E UNIT 2 TWO .
RIVERS ESTATE 12-7-14 101/66
EASEMENT 132/614 227/80 2004/
11 130714-0122000D-0040 HX 532.61
CREWS EVA J 1.000AC
LOT 4 BLK D UNIT 2 TWO RIV
ESTATE 83/23 123/47 133/357
133/358 268/472
12 130714-0122000E-0060 157.54
MCMAHON BRIDGET M & PEGGY S 0.990AC
LOT 6 BLK E UNIT 2 TWO RIVERS
ESTATE 68/90 109/673 2004/3581
13 130714-0122000E-0170 157.54
WARREN KEITH 1.OOOAC
LOT 17 BLOCK E UNIT 2 TWO
RIVERS ESTATE 69/86 70/404
139/331 153/363 TAX DEED 214/
14 130714-0380000C-0190 147.12
VONDERAU DOROTHY M 0.500AC
PART OF REPLAT RIVERVIEW LOTS
LOT,19 BLK C 76/118 230/151
230/152 2000/239
15 130714-0380000C-0200 508.41
VONDERAU DOROTHY MARIE, 0.460AC
PART OF REPLAT RIVERVIEW LOT
20 BLK C 36/186 113/471 113/
623
16 130714-0380000C-0230 602.97
BUTCHER JOSEPH H 0.660AC
PART OF REPLAT LOT 23 BLK C
54/648 143/98 UTIL EASEMENT
145/75 202/719 2002/4228
17 130714-03820000-0010 920.02
WHITE JEFF & TAMMY L 5.000AC
SUWANNEE RIVER 5 AC
RANCHETTES 1 57/656 58/529
201/286 UTILITY EASEMENT 216/
18 130714-03820000-0290 553.79
RIEBE BERNHARD F & JOYCE .5.000AC
SUWANNEE RIVER 5 AC
RANCHETTE #29 OR 52/290 103/
218-219 133/612


19 250714-00000003-0020
LOPEZ JOSE ISABEL JR
COM AT SE/C OF NE/4 OF NE/4 GO


1,234.07
10.000AC


N 373.45 FT TO POB GO W 1118.
26 FT TO ERLY R/W OF HWY 129
20,250714-00000004-0000 HX 266.73
SMITH RAYMOND & MONA 9.500A.C
NW/4 OF SE/4 OF NE/4 LIFE
ESTATE-MINNIE SMITH 76/46
LESS RD R/W 250/160 250/166
21 260714-02580000-0120 HX 1,187.35
CAMPBELL DAVID & PEGGY 10.000AC
LOT 12 SUWANNEE SHORES SUBD
CONT 10 AC 212/002
RESTRICTIONS 248/564 249/100
22 260714-02580000-0310 1,659.11
MCGEE DAWN 10.000AC
LOT 31 SUWANNEE SHORES SUBD
CONT 10 AC 2,12/002
RESTRICTIONS 248/564 249/100
23 260714-02580000-0400 HX 1,783.48
SCHIRO GARY A & ELEANOR 10.000AC
LOT 40 SUWANNEE SHORES SUBD
CONT 10 AC 25-7-14 212/00Q2.
221/471 RESTRICTIONS 248/564
24 350714-00000016-0000 HX 209.50
WATERS LISA 3.200AC
COM AT NE COR OF NW/4 OF SW
/4 GO W 1065.72 FT TO E BK OF
SUW RIV GO S 9 DEG 34 MIN E
25 360714-00000007-0000 553.29
PHILMAN KEITH L & I J 142.720AC
SE/4 OR 63 PG 58 LESS RD R/W
149/461 2001/1261 LESS.14.278
ACRES 2003/3784 2005/6541
26 010814-00000002-0000 6,274.73
PHILMAN KEITH L & I J 49.680AC
NE/4 LESS RD R/W & LESS 6 AC
TO CHILDREN 63/58-63 & LESS 2
AC TO AT & T 17/62 & LESS .50
27 010814-00000015-0030 190.27
PRESCOTT WILLIAM & KAREN 0.840AC
BEG AT NW/C OF NW/4 OF NE/4 OF
SW/4 1-8-14 THENCE RUN ALG N
LN OF NW/4 S 89 DEG E 199.45
28 010814-00000019-0000 HX 65.10
MILLER AUGUST P & BETTY 5.000AC
S/2 OF SE/4 OF SW/4 OF SW/4
OR 60 PG 246
29 010814-00000020-0000 690.61
STEWART DEWITT & ALETHA 1.000AC
COM AT NW/COR OF SW/4 OF SE/4
GO E 105 YDS S 70 YDS W 35
YDS N 35 YDS.W 70 YDS N 35
30 010814-00000023-0000 696.00
STEWART DEWITT & ALETHA 1.OOOAC '
BEG AT SW/C OF A VAUGHN 1 AC
SOLD TO H W SIMMONS & IN THE
NW/C OF SW/4 OF SE/4 OF 1-8-
31 010814-00620000-0370 HX 484.48
SMITH JENNIFER A & 2.270AC
LOT 37 THE HILLS UNREC SUBD
MTS & BDS DESC 2.27 AC
97/604-607 118/464 R/W
32 010814-0,6210000-0010 666.78
JOHNSON FRANKLIN & STEPHANIE 4.540AC
LOT 1 REPLAT OF LOTS 7-12 THE
HILLS UNREC SUBD DESC AS
COM AT SW/C OF SE/4 OF 1-8-14
33 030814-00000016-0000 iHX 3,171.47
HART J D JR & FELICIA ANNE 20.000AC
N/2 OF SE/4 OF NE/4 87/472
101/418 103/647 226/91 226/92
282/005
34 030814-00680000-0090 592.17
DUNAGAN RONALD L & KAREN & 4.880AC
LOT 9 SUWANNEE OAKS SUBD CONT
4.88 AC 119/243
35 030814-06320000-0050 HX 639.07-
GRIFFIS DIANE RENEE 10.010AC
LOT 5 2ND ADDITION SHADY BEND
SUBD CONT 10.01 AC 115/312
2002/3804 UTIL EASEMENT 2006/
36 040814-00000012-0030 601.44
MCDOUGAL NATHAN G 9.730AC
W/2 OF W/2 OF NE/4 OF SE/4
LESS .27 AC RD R/W CONT 9.73
AC 102/91 248/21
37 050814-00630000-0060 959.26
HOOLIHAN THOMAS P 5.350AC
LOT 6 SHADY BEND OR 80/153 &
434 144/66 182/87 2711/421
2006/526


38 050814-00630000-0100
O'NEILL FRANK &
LOT 10 SHADY BEND 88/64


714.20


5.520AC


2006


GILCHRIST COUNTY


DELINQUENT TAX LIST


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
FOLLOWING ITEMS WILL BE SOLD...
on the 31ST day of MAY 2007 via the
INTERNET at Web Addresses...........


www.gilchristtaxcollector.com
or
Gilchrist.TaxSale.com


TAX CERTIFICATES will be sold on the
following described land to pay the
amount due for taxes herein set opposite of the same,
together with all cost,interest,and advertising.


Taxpayers wishing to pay their delinquent taxes
BEFORE MAY 31ST, 2007
must pay by cash, cashier's check or moneyorder.


. 61 160814-00000005-0000
PHILPOT DAVID HENRY ET AL
BEG AT SE COR OF N/2 OF SEC
GO TO NE COR OF SEC GO W TO
SRLY BDRY OF ST RD 340 GO IN


1,013.44
10.500AC


62 160814-00000006-0000 441.38
PHILPOT DAVID HENRY ET AL 2.650AC
BEG AT SW/C OF NW/4 & GO ON W
LN OF SEC 16 N 18 FT TO POB
CONTN 355.68 FT GO S 86 DEG
63 160814-0162000A-0250 324.39


PHILPOT DAVID ET AL
LOT 25 & 26 BLK A 2ND ADD SUW
RIV HIGHLANDS SUBD OR 52 PG


0.880AC


39 050814-06310000-0040 783.20
SELLERS GUSSIE DEAN 5.040AC
LOT 4 SHADY BEND FIRST ADDIT
CONT 5.04 AC 100/124 122/471
40 080814-00000009-0000 2,182.05
GREEN LINDA C 10.850AC
COM AT NE/C OF 8-8-14 RUN ON
E LN S 01 DEG E 18 FTTO S LN
OF CO RD R/W GO ON SAID R/W S
41 080814-00000016-0010 638.66
CAGGIANO GUIDO & JOAN C 5.100AC
COM AT NE/C OF 8-8-14 GO ON E
LN OF SEC S 01 DEG E 1868 FT
GO N 82 DEG W 389.85 FT TO
42 080814-00000021-0000 .' 207.94
MCSHERRY DECEMBER 20.040AC
COM AT NE/C OF SEC 8-8-14 &
GO ON E LN OF SEC S 1418 FT
TO POB GO S 88 DEG W 1247 FT
43 090814-00000001-0000 1,100.01
TABER BENJAMIN E 9.000AC
COM AT NE/C OF 9-8-14 GO S 18
FT TO CO RD R/W & POB GO ON
R/WW 265.96 FT GO S 1469.69
44 090814-0009.9003-0010 155.12
TABER BENJAMIN E 43.590AC
COM AT NE/C GO ON E LN OF SEC
18 FT TO CO RD R/W GO ON R/W
LN 265.96 FT TO POB CONT ON
45 090814-06800000-0130 lHX 1,244.86
RAMEY BETTY L 4.780AC
LOT 13 UNIT 2 SUWANNEE OAKS
SUBD CONT 4.78 AC 121/92 128/
517 135/371 '172/668 176/70
46 100814-01310000-0030 944.82
STRINGER SUSAN HURST 5.000AC
LOT 3 JOSHUA ACRES SUBD CONT
5 AC 139/252 182/429 2000/4969
47 100814-03040000-0030 1,524.59
'ECHEVERRI PAULO & ISMAEL 7.950AC
LOT 3 CEDAR HILLS SUBD 56/117
107/51 118/386 2002/5393 2003/
3446 2005/58612006/2418
48 110814-00000001-0050 HX 232.66
HERNANDEZ JOSE OR LYNN 5.000AC
FOR POR COM AT NW/C OF NE/4
OF NE/4 THENCE RUN S 88 DEG E
ALG N LINE OF SEC 1171.74 FT
49 110814-00000005-0000 HX 1,044.21
DOUGLAS ROSALIE 15.000AC
W/2 OF SE/4 OF NE/4 81/211
UNTIL EASEMENT 223/678 LESS 5
AC TO ANTHONY DOUGLAS 266/512
50 110814-00000006-0000 991.74
MCGRAW DIANE 20.000AC
.W/2 OF SW/4 OF NE/4 52/235
63/ 677 175/157 198/194 244/
656-660 2005/1722 2006/5597
51 110814-00000006-0010 1,550.74
BOULIANE PAUL F 20.000AC
E/2 OF SW/4 OF NE/4 OR 55 PG
249 & OR 63 PG 306,"307 & 534
82/107 83/658 125/07 141/378
52 120814-00000001-0010 HX 415.88
TRAIL CHARLIE DEAN 9.360AC
AS PT OF REFCOM AT NW/C OF
,NE/4 OF 12-8-14 GO E 50.63 FT
TO E R/W LN OF U S HWY 129
53 120814-00000012-0000 HX 563.15
BURGESS DANIEL J III & 0.500AC
BEG AT NW/C OF NW/4 OF NE/4
OF 12-8-14 THENCE RUN S 70
YDS & E 862/3 YDS TO POB
54 120814-00000015-0010 1,026.05
MARTIN HUGHID ETAL 14.940AC
E/2 OF SW/4 OF NW/4 LESS 5 AC
TO BOYETTE 81/209 268/610
2002/5128 2005/2926
55 120814-00000015-0011 327.21
MARTIN HUGH D ET AL 5.060AC
S/2 OF SE/4 OF SW/4 OF NW/4
81/209 268/610 2002/5128 2004/
3990 2005/625 2005/2924 2005/
56 120814-00000036-0000 691.12
CHOPE DESIREE M & DARROW E & 4.440AC
NW/4 OF SE/4 LESS 21 AC SOLD
TO BOLLINGER & WILSON & LESS
5 AC TO BLOOM & LESS 8 AC TO
57 120814-02250000-0020 817.59
NARSINGH LALITADEVI 5.020AC
LOT 2 HUNTERS CHASE FARMS
CONT 5.02AC 176/129
58 120814-02250000-0110 817.59
BUNCE DARYL F & NANNETTE F 5.020AC
LOT 11 HUNTERS CHASE FARMS
CONT 5.02 ACRES 183/568 199/
219 266/698 267/483 2000/1554
59 120814-02250000-0120 1,120.45
BUNCE DARYL F & NANNETTE F 5.020AC
LOT 12 HUNTERS CHASE FARMS
CONT 5.02 AC 183/570 199/219
228/254 267/472 267/483 UTIL
60 150814-00000002-0045 67.74
SMITH ROSCQE & RHONDAG 9.680AC
S/2 OF COM AT NE/C OF NW/4 ,
15-8-14 THENCE RUN S 69.70 FT
TO S R/W CR 340 THENCE S 89


86 190814-06420000-0160 943.36
SLATER MICHAEL C 1.540AC
LOT 16 2ND ADDIT SUWANNEE
LANDING SUBD 19-8-14 &
30-8-14 89/542 127/448
87 190814-06420000-0170 -943.36
SLATER MICHAEL C 1.510AC
LOT 17 2ND ADDIT SUWANNEE
LANDING SUBD 19-8-14 &
30-8-14 89/542 127/448
88 190814-06420000-0220 846.07
DEVIL'S ELBOW INC 1.160AC
LOT 22 2ND ADDIT SUWANNEE
LANDING SUBD 30-8-14 112/436
89 200814-00190000-0040 1,868.95


215 OR 66 PG 195 80/415 251/
64 160814-0162000A-0280 178.40
PHILPOT DAVID HENRY ET AL 0.550AC
LOT 28 BLK A 2ND ADD SUW RIV
HIGHLANDS SUB OR 66 PG 194
80/416 251/362
65 160814-0162000B-0070 564.22
PHILPOT DAVID HENRY 2.060AC
LOTS 7 & 8 BLK B 2ND ADDIT SUW
RIV HIGHLANDS SUBD 80/416 251/
362
66 160814-0162000B-0100 830.12
PHILPOT DAVID HENRY 3.090AC
LOTS 10 11 & 12 BLKB 2ND ADD
SUW RIV HIGHLANDS SUBD 80/416
251/362
67 160814-0162000B-0150 HX 1,135.29
FUQUAY WILLIAM STUART & 1.500AC
LOT 15 BLK B 2ND ADD SUW RIV
HIGHLANDS SUBD 49/361 173/401
177/694 UTILITY EASEMENT 178/
68 160814-0162000C-0010 423.45
PIILPOT DAVID HENRY 2.240AC
LOTS 1 & 2 BLK C 2ND ADDIT '
SUW RIV HIGHLANDS SUBD 66/194
80/416 UTIL EASEMENT 206/252
69 160814-0162000C-0110 HX 794.60
WHITE PATRICK E 2.160AC
LOT 11 BLK C 2ND ADD SUW RIV
HIGHLANDS SUBD 152/117 UTIL
EASEMENT 153/42 155/498
70 160814-0162000C-0230 282.67
PHILPOT DAVID HENRY 2.040AC
LOTS 23 & 24 BLK C 2ND ADDIT
SUW RIV HIGHLANDS SUBD 66/194
80/416 UTIL EASEMENT 206/252
71160814-01630000-0040 298.33
PHILPOT I PEST 1.000AC
LOT 4 3RD ADD SUW RIVER
HIGHLANDS SUBD
72 160814-01630000-0130 1,062.24
SELBY JAMES D & GLENDA F 1.000AC
LOT 13 3RDADDITION SUW RIV
HIGHLANDS SUBD 52/21 162/339
247/16 UNTIL EASEMENT (LOT 13)
73 160814-01630000-0140 317.89
SMITH JAMES'R & SHELLY D 1.OOOAC
LOT 14 SUW RIVER HIGHLANDS
3RD ADDITION 52/21 162/339
247/16 250/637 2000/4266 2000/
74 160814-01630000-0150 HX 360.95
SMITH JAMES RANDY& SHELLEY 2.000AC
LOTS 15 & 16 3RD ADD SUW RIV
HIGHLANDS SUBD OR 59/248
119/507 255/503 283/406
75 160814-01630000-0220 1,893.73
PHILPOT DAVID HENRY 7.000AC
LOTS 22 23 24 25 26 27 & 28
3RD ADDIT SUW RIV HIGHLANDS
SUBD 66/194 80/416 81/57 153/
76 160814-01630000-0310 830.12
PHILPOT DAVID HENRY 3.OOAC
LOTS 3132 & 33 3RD ADDIT SUW

RIV HIGHLANDS SUBD 66/194 80/
416 81/57 153/378 251/362
, 77 160814-01630000-0340 3,755:02
PHILPOT DAVID HENRY 14.000AC
LOTS 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41
42 43 44 45 46 & 47 3RD ADDIT
SUW RIV HIGHLANDS SUBD 66/194
78 160814-01630000-1090 1,893.73
PHILPOT DAVID HENRY ET AL 7.220AC
LOTS 109 110 111 112 113 114
115 3RD ADD SUWRIV HIGHLANDS
SUBD 66/194 80/416 81/57
79 160814-01880000-0030 236.49
WISOLMERSKI ROBERT 5.010AC
TRACT 3 POSTELL ESTATES UNREC
SUBD DESC IN METES & BDS 141/
398 145/432-433 147/85 150/431.
80 160814-01880000-0040 420.17
WISOLMERSKI ROBERT 33.520AC
TRACTS 4 5 6 & N 8.5 AC OF
TRACT 7 POSTELL ESTATES UNREC
SUBD DESC IN METES & BDS 141/
81 160814-01880000-0091 HX 435.49
MATTHEW KAREN 5.000AC
W/2 OF TRACT 9 POSTELL
ESTATES UNREC SUBD METES &
BDS DESC CONTAINING 5 AC
82 170814-00170000-0300 436.95
GROSS LEO L & KATHRYN O 5.180AC
N 100 FT OF S 1100 FT OF GOVT
LOT 5 CONT 5.18 AC LESS E 50'
LOT 30 62/268 114/442160/709
83170814-00000001-0010 311.86
HOLIFIELD JASON G 5.000AC
N/2 OF W/2 OF W/2 OF SE/4 OF
SE/4 69/342 2006/4503
84 170814-00170000-0190 1,442,60
HEWITT RICHARD H OR DAWN A 2.310AC
LOT 19 MTS & BDS DESC OF
UNREC SUBD 108/575 CONT 2.50
AC M/L UTILITY EASEMENT
85 '190814-06420000-0140 984.03
STAMPS DAVID G & SHIRLEY 1.610AC
LOT 14 2ND ADDIT SUWANNEE
LANDING SUBD 19-8-14 84/258
134/293 2006/3304 2006/3483


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GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


THURSDAY, MAY 1.0, 17, 24, 2007


BAILES MILTON LEON &
PCL 4 LONG METES & BDS DESC
OR 51 PG 217 & 218 102/591
11/4R HIL.T./RAYNARD TNREC


20.000AC


90 210814-00000004-0062 341.06
LEAL DAISY MARIE 2.000AC
COM AT SW/C OF NW/4-OF NW/4 OF
21-8-14 FOR POB THENCE RUN ALG
W LN OF NW/4 OF NW/4 N 330.60
91 220814-00000003-0060 HX 1,648.81
JOCKERS TERRIE F & RICHARD 5.000AC
S/2 OF N/2 OF E/2 OF E/2 OF
S/2 OF SE/4 CONT 5 AC 104/396
92 240814-00000002-0000 HX 382.91
SASSER WILLIAM C 5.000AC
W 330 FT OF N/2 OF NE/4 OF
NE/4 150/639 224/1.18 225/465
246/297 248/146 UTIL EASEMENT
93 250814-00930000-0040 1,492.80
HOLLON DENNIS C 5.180AC
LOT 4 HIGH COUNTRY SUBD CONT
5.18 AC 175/694 2000/161
2000/2923 2000/3536 2000/4134
94 250814-00930000-0090 802.07
DEPAS WILSON 5.350AC
LOT 9 HIGH COUNTRY SUBD CONT
5.35 AC 101/438 192/596 2003/
6552 2003/6553 2005/1761
95 250814-00000018-0011 1,572.69
ROBERTS LARRY 2.360AC
COM AT NE/C OF NW/4 OF SE/4
25-8-14 THENCE RUN ALG N LN OF
NW/4 OF SE/4 S 87 DEG W 682.96
96 250814-00000033-0010 1,147.05
SMITH JAMES M & REBECCA L 0.460AC
COM AT PT 30 FT W OF SW/C OF
BLK 5 TOWN OF BELL SUBD FOR
POB THENCE RUN W 200 FT
97 250814-00000036-0010 214.98
BELL FARM SUPPLY INC 0.480AC
COM AT NW/C OF BLK 12 TOWN OF
BELL GO S 61 DEG W 240 FT GO
S 28 DEG E 100 FT TO POB CONT
98 250814-00000037-0000 2,778.87
BELL FARM SUPPLY INC 2.190AC
COM 30 FT W OF NW/C OF BLK 12
AS POB GO S 61 DEG W 400 FT
GO S 28 DEGE 60 FT GO N 61
99 250814-00000040-0000 121.07
COXA RESTATE 0.230AC
COM 130 FT W OF NW/C OF BLK 5
TOWN OF BELL GO W 100 FT GO S
100 FT GO E 100 FT GO N 100
100 250814-00200001-0030 HX 394.28
MARTIN RITA 0.450AC
LOTS 3 & 4 BLK 1 TOWN OF BELL
FLA 131/477 UTILITY EASEMENT
158/684 219/450
101 250814-00200003-0010 1,088.00
BADGER DELORES J 0.220AC
LOT 1 BLK 3 TOWN OF BELL FL
95/461 -
102 250814-00200005-0030 11178.49
ROBERTS LARRY D 0.220AC
LOT 3 BLK 5 TOWN OF BELL FL
118/8 214/466 2004/1127 2004/
1528
103 250814-00200010-0010 2,191.96
ROBERTS LARRY D & 0.220AC
S 50 FT OF LOTS 1 & 2 BLK 10
TOWN OF BELL FLA 53/320-321
91/602 112/292 115/14 2001/
104 250814-00200010-0020 1,102.94
ROBERTS LARRY 0.220AC
N 50 FT OF LOTS 1 & 2 BLK 10
TOWN OF BELL FL 92/645
111/452 122/553 165/543 212/
105 250814-00930000-0030 HX 635.70
CHANEY ELLEN D 1.720AC
LOT 3 HIGH COUNTRY SUBD CONT
1.72 AC 170/261 UTILITY EASE-
MENT 171/226 2000/162 2000/
106 250814-00930000-0100 HX 521.21
LEBLANC DONNA L 5.060AC
LOT 10 HIGH COUNTRY SUBD CONT
5.06 AC 239/621 277/212 283/
494 UTIL EASEMENT 289/496
107 250814-01190005-0010 32.42
ABBA INVESTMENTS LLC 0.440AC
LOTS 1 & 4 BLK 5 WEST BELL 89/
63 107/604 108/27 113/43 113/
691 134/190-193 159/20-21 291/
108 250814-02600000-0040 19,.94
ERGLE DALE & BELINDA 0.990AC
LOT 4 PARK PLACE SUBD CONT .99
AC 72/14 128/592 247/305
RESTRICTIONS 252/194 UTIL
109 250814-02600000-0050 1,396.79
ERGLE DALE & BELINDA 1.000AC
LOT 5 PARK PLACE SUBD CONT 1
AC 72/14 128/592 247/305
RESTRICTIONS 252/194 UTIL
110 250814-03240000-0040 1,305.40
DWELLEY BRENDA & RONALD MARTIN 10.900AC
LOT 4 DEERWOOD SUBD 131/93'
150/27 291/389 2005/1278 2005/
4240
111 260814-00000002-0000 265.16
PHILPOT DAVID HENRY ETAL 60.000AC
NE/4 OF iNE/4 & N/2 OF SE/4
NE/4 OR 66/194 80/416 251/362
112 260814-00000003-0010 432.72
HILLIARD MARGARET 40.000AC


NE/4 OF SW/4 OR 62/420 2001/
345
113 270814-00000001-0000 HX 749.11
BELL KENNETH ALBERT & LINDA 39.100AC
NE/4 LESS RD R/W CONT 157 AC
A/L 125/609-618 R/W EASEMENT
147/501 EASEMENT 205/318 LESS


114 270814-00000007-0000
BROWNE TERESA SUE
COM AT SE/C OF N/2 OF SW/4 OF
27-8-14 FOR A POB GO ALONG


HX 280.73
0.550AC


LN N 30 FT GO W 154.89 FT GO
115 270814-00000007-0020 HX 1,487.95
CARDENAS ANTHONY S & LINDA K 9.900AC
N/2 OF E/2 OF SE/4 OF SW/4 &
COM AT SE/C OF N/2 OF SW/4
27-8-14 FOR POB THENCE N 30 FT
116 280814-1931000B-0020 1,447.61
BESHAI MAGED 5.210AC
LOT 2 BLK B UNIT 1 SUWANNEE -
GIL FARMS CONT 5.21 AC
146/273 160/52 162/245 UTIL
117 280814-1931000B-0050 847.34
NIETO CARLOS A & JOHANAD 5.210AC
LOT 5 BLK B UNIT 1. SUWANNEE-
GIL FARMS CONT 5.21 AC
146/217 178/556 217/18
118 280814-1931000B-0060 HX 344.56
STRICKLAND JERRY W 5.200AC
LOT 6 BLK B UNIT 1 SUWANNEE-
GIL FARMS CONT 5.20 A'C
146/269 160/52 162/245
119 280814-1931000C-0010 816.05
DAVIS WILBUR A & DEBORAH R 5.010AC
LOT 1 BLK C UNIT I SUWANNEE-
GIL FARMS CONT 5.01 146/277
159/688 160/52 162/245
120 280814-1931000C-0040 816.05
WHITE MICHAEL D JR 5.010AC
LOT 4 BLK C UNIT 1 SUWANNEE
GIL FARMS SUBD CONT 5.01 AC
149/3 194/671 196/675 197/401,
121 290814-06410000-0070 3,579.00
REED CALVIN J & JULIE A 2.910AC
LOTS 7 & 8 1ST ADDIT SUWANNEE
LANDING SUBD 79/366 29-08-14
145/510 UTILITY EASEMENT 173/
122 290814-06410000-0090 1,075.17
THIURY PATRICIA 1.140AC
LOT 9 1ST ADDIT SUWANNEE
LANDING SUBD OR 79/214& 21,8
88/559 165/549
123 290814-06410000-0100 866.62
ALLRED KATHLEEN HARRELL 1.150AC
* LOT 10 1ST ADDIT SUWANNEE
LANDING SUBD OR 79/215& 244
29-8-14 OR 80/449 182/150
124 290814-06410000-0150 532.93
DEVIL'S ELBOW INC NKA 1.160AC
LOT 15 1ST ADDIT SUWANNEE
LANDING SUBD OR 79/215& 238
234/308 236/207
125 300814-00640000-0320 1,341.60
SCOTT ALLEN C D II 2.100AC
LOT 32 SUWANNEE LANDING SUB
OR 77/530 87/482 90/508 91/75 i
91/559 99/295 252/109
126 300814-00810000-0010 154.41
WHITELY HAZELTON 0.990AC
LOT 1 RIVERVIEW EST SUBD
19-8-14 80/650 89/294 111/345
119/576 TAX DEED 2004/4087
127 300814-00810000-0060 235.75
SIMMONDS MELVIN 1.000AC
LOT 6 RIVERVIEW EST SUBD
19-8-14 80/650 TAX DEED 283/
523 2004/2644 2005/7338 2005/
128 300814-00810000-0100 154.41
SLATER MICHAEL C 0.990AC
LOT 10 RIVERVIEW EST SUBD
19-8-14 80/650 89/541-542
127/448
129 300814-00810000-0110 154.41
SLATER MICHAEL C 0.990AC
LOT 11 RIVERVIEW EST SUBD
19-8-14 80/650 89/541-542
127/448
130 300814-00810000-01.20 154.41
SUMM INVESTMENTS INC 1.060AC
LOT 12 RIVERVIEW EST SUBD TAX
DEED 2004/4090.
131 300814-00810000-0200 154.41
H W INTERNATIONAL REALTY INC 1.040AC
LOT 20 RIVERVIEW EST SUBD
TAX DEED 2004/4096
132 320814-00830000-0030 141.32
COLLINS IVON 5.120AC
LOT 3 FOREST WOODLANDS EST
SUBD 80/643 TAX DEED 118/483
143/501 183/391 206/442 244/
133 320814-00830000-0040 151.04
COLLINS IVON 6.320AC
LOT 4 FOREST WOODLANDS EST
SUBD 80/643 TAX DEED 118/486
143/501 183/391 206/442 244/
134 320814-00830000-0050 185.24
COLLINS IVON 6.320AC
LOT 5 FOREST WOODLANDS EST
SUBD 80/643 TAX DEED 118/489
143/501 183/391 206/442 244/
135 320814-00830000-0060 151.04
COLLINS IVON 6.320AC
LOT 6 FOREST WOODLANDS EST
SUBD 80/643 TAX DEED 118/492
143/501 183/391 206/442 244/
136 320814-00830000-0240 173.01
TEASLEY TINA LEE & 10.220AC
LOT 24 FOREST WOODLANDS EST
SUBD 80/643 89/297 2005/1208
137 320814-00830000-0320 146.22


NRLL EAST LLC 5.350AC
LOT 32 FOREST WOODLANDS EST
SUBD 80/643 89/347 2006/2941
138 320814-00830000-0360 145.16
HEIM RONALD A 5.300AC
LOT 36 FOREST WOODLANDS EST
SUBD 81/287 129/304 297/29
139 320814-00830000-0430 349.13
GORNALL N RICHARD & DIANE M 16.540AC
LOT 43 FOREST WOODLANDS EST
SUBD 83/179 91/228 96/73
138/164 187/126
140 320814-00870000-0010 345.24


DEIGHTON WILLIAM C
LOT 1 CAROLINE'S COUNTRY SUBD


1.OOOAC


88/41 99/390 107/62 144/446
UTIL EASEMENT 159/310 176/387
141 320814-00870000-0260 772.82
COOK SHANNON 1.530AC
LOT 26 CAROLINES COUNTRY SUBD
CONT 1 AC 107/64 152/334 163/
564 164/479 177/700 UTILITY
142 330814-19330000-0010 HX '390.02
DAVIS WILBUR A & DEBORAH R 5.010AC
LOT 1 UNIT 3 SUWANNEE-GIL
FARMS SUBD GONT 5.01 AC 157/
508 UTILITY EASEMENT 165/495
143 330814-19330000-0150 HX 1,388.49
WILLIAMS JEFF & LISA 5.140AC
LOT 15 UT 3 SUWANNEE-GIL FARMS
SUBD CONT 5.14 AC 154/468 169/
131 175/404 185/385 191/78
144 340814-00000004-0040 FHX 256.64
HILLIARD LARRY KLYNT 5.000AC
COM AT NE/C OF NW/4 OF SW/4
OF 34-08-14 AS POB THENCE GO
W 467 FT ON N LN OF NW/4 OFP
145 340814-00000006-0010 46.50
JONES JAMES D 5.000AC
E 330 FT OF N/2 OF NW/4 OF
NW/4 47/10 120/42 2006/3601
.146 340814-00000010-0010 1,084.24
CARLIN PAUL D 5.250AC
BEG AT SW/C AS POREF GO E
1989.87 FT GO N 689.73 FT TO
POB CONTN 344.86 FT GO E
147 340814-00000010-0021 32.42
REMY DONALD K & LESLIE D. 0.040AC.
THAT PART OF SE/4 OF SE/4 OF
SW/4 LYING S OF CO RD 342 52/
394 80/172 91/477 92/477 157/
148 360814-00000002-0020 4,068.84
MARTIN HUGH D & RITA SUE 2.590AC
COM AT SE/C OF NE/4 OF NE/4
OF 36-08-14 GO W 665.04 FT TO
WRLY R/W LN OF ST RD 49 GO W
149 360814-00000008-0030 906.00
BELL KENNETH & LINDA 3.200AC
COM AT SE/C OF NE/4 OF 36-08-
14 FOR POB THENCE RUNALG E LN
OF NE/4 N 380.79 FT THENCE RUN
150 360814-00000012-0030 HX 773.32
CRACE SUZANNE R 0.520AC
COM AT NE/C OF NW/4 36.-8-14
GO W 866.90 FT GO S 225.86 FT
TO SRLY R/W OF ST RD S-341 &
151 360814-00210000-0330 HX 449.08
BROWN THOMAS L & MARY LOU RAIN 0.210AC
LOT 33 B H S 266/199
152 010914-00000002-0000 187.78
PHILPOT DAVID HENRY ET AL 40.000AC
SE/4 OF NW/4 OR 66/194 80/416
251/362
153 020914-00000002-0000 HX 1,219.09
ROBERTS LARRYD 5 000AC
BEG AT NW/C OF SECT 2-9-14 GO
S ALONG W BDRY LN OF SEC 2
330 FT GO E PARALLEL TO N
154 020914-00000007-0000 HX 3,631.46
MARTIN HUGH D & RITA S 38.780AC
SW/4 OF SW/4 122/611 LESS
1.22 AC RD R/W 142/477 257/157
-165 257/166 UTIL EASEMENT
155 030914-00000006-0010 HX 1,064.25
BRUNGER JAMES MICHAEL 5.000AC
COM AT SW/C OF SE/4 OF 3-9-14
FOR POR THENCE RUN ALG S LN
OF SE/4 N 89 DEG E 320.03 FT
156 040914-00000006-0030 HX 195.62
BARBER EDNA R & 5.000AC
W/2 OF COM AT SW/C 4-9-14 AS
POB THENCE RUN ON W LN OF SAID
SEC 4 N 454.94 FT THENCE RUN
157 050914-00920000-0010 X 1,851.87
LEONE LOUIS ROBERT 13.890AC
LOT 1 & E/2 OF LOT 2 OAKS OF
WANNEE SUBD 89/460 97/537-538
98/47 R/W EASEMENT 131/90
158 060914-00000002-0000 276.11
DEAL TROY M JR 2.460AC '
COM AT NE COR OF GOVT LOT 1
AS POB GO S ALG LN DIVIDING
SEC 5 &6 310FTGO W TOE
159 070914-00220000-0010 HX 1,077.90
RUPP MARY ELIZABETH 2.750AC
BEG AT NE COR OF GOV LOT 1 GO
S 150 FT TO MARKER THEN GO W
60 FT TO POB GO W 500 FT M/L
160 080914-0023000C-0290 331.17
RICHARDSON PHILLIP A JR & 0.300AC
LOTS 29 & 30 BLK C WANNEE
51/97 213/175 213/589 UTILITY
EASEMENT 219/472 4/84
' 161 080914-00000002-0011 233.05
MARTIN LW WEEKS ESTATE 1.300AC
E 100 FT OF NW/4 OF NW/4 LYING
S OF SW 10 ST CONT 1.3 AC 17/
286 107/316 & 443 230/433 238/
162 080914-00000008-0010 HX 195.62
RAIN MARY LOU 1.200AC
COMAT SE/C OF 8-9-14 GO W
ALONG CO GRADE 2648.27 FT GO
N 32.32 FT GO N R/W OF SAID
' 163 080914-00000016-0030 1,132.31


RODEN CHARLES A SR & JANIE M 4.490AC
COM AT CM AT SE/C OF NW/4 OF
NW/4 OF 8-9-14 FOR APT OF
REF CM LOCATED 33 FTN OF
164 080914-0023000A-0290 HX 195.62
HAZELWOOD TAMMY DIANE 0.300AC
LOTS 29 & 30 BLK A WANNEE ON
SUWANNEE 80/117 119/485
155/589 159/263 161/311 229/26
165 080914-0023000A-0370 100.19
SUWANNEE RIVER SPRINGS INC 0.150AC
LOT 37 BLK A WANNEE 180/494
4/84
166 080914-0023000B-0070 100.19


DYER BILLY E & BETTY L


0.180AC


LOT 7 BLK B WANNEE 46/334 4/84
7-9-14 TAX DEED 2004/3557
167 080914-0023000C-0130 167.97
ALMAND ROBERT W & KIM L 0.300AC
LOT 13 & LOT 14 BLK C WANNEE
52/360 53/159 4/84 2006/3444
168 080914-0023000D-0070 100.19
MIDYETTE LILLIE R 0.150AC
LOT 7 BLK D WANNEE 4/84
1.69 080914-0023000D-0260 167.97
HOLMES PAULETTE 0.300AC
LOTS 26 & 27 BLK D WANNEE 4/84
TAX DEED 2004/4347
170 080914-0023000E-0020 235.75
PERROTTALOU 0.450AC
LOTS 2 3 & 4 BLK E WANNEE
4/84 TAX DEED 2002/1191-1193
2002/2790 2005/1255
171 080914-0023000E-0070 100.19
HERTILIEN JUSTINE & 0.150AC
LOT 7 BLK E WANNEE 50/126
4/84 2004/6558 2005/645 ,
172 080914-0023000E-0080 100.19
HERTILIEN JUSTINE & 0.150AC
LOT 8 BLK E WANNEE ON
SUWANNEE 4/84 2004/6558
2005/645
173 080914-0023000E-0190 100.19
WHYTE SHIRLEY & JAMES ORLANDO 0.150AC
LOT 19 BLK E WANNEE 51/97 87/
483 4/84 TAX DEED 2004/4382-
4384
174 080914-0023000E-0240 303.54
GOODMAN MARY ROBERTA ESTATE 0.560AC
LOTS 24 25 40 41 BLK E WANNEE
108/390 4/84
175 080914-0023000H-0030 1,501.67
LANGFORD ALTON & VIKIE O 0.450AC
LOT 3 BLK H WANNEE 7-9-14
90/485 91/312 106/42 259/265
4/84 2001/3317 2002/5551
176 080914-00230001-0030 2,747.55
SOKOLEWICZ EUGENIUSZ 0.260AC
LOT 3 BLK I WANNEE 7-9-14
102/43 112/400 UTLY EASEMT
163/502 4/84
177 080914-01010000-0010 138.78
GILMER JAMES E JR 1.110AC
LOT I LUMBER CAMP SPRINGS SUBD
230/433 245/266 245/268 283/
106 2002/4719
178 080914-01010000-0120 138.78
BAKOWSKI PETER 0.510AC
LOT 12 LUMBER CAMP SPRINGS
SUBD 230/433 245/375 245/377
2005/6487
179 080914-01320000-0040 HX 195.62
BROGDON LINDA 15.000AC
COM AT SE/C OF NE/4 OF 8-9-14
AND-RT.NONELINgOF SAID 7; .
NE/4 N380.50 FT TQ POB
180 080914-02030000-0010 2,840.66
RODEN CHARLES A SR & JANIE M 5.240AC
LOT 1 SHADY OAK ESTATES SUBD
CONT 5.24 AC 153/697 153/697
166/256 166/257,183/670 UTIL
181 080914-03750000-0020 3,517.08
BUGG MICHAEL W 34.100AC
TRACT 2 MARTIN SURVEY 1995
UNREC DESC IN METES & BDS
CONT 34.10 AC 44/293 106/395
182 080914-03750000-0060 1,972.99
BUGG MICHAEL W 18.990AC
TRACT 6 MARTIN SURVEY, 1995
UNREC LYING N OF SW 17 ST
DESC IN METES & BDS CONT 18.99
183 080914-03750000-0080 3,016.35
LWM INC 29.200AC
TRACT 8 MARTIN SURVEY 1995
UNREC LYING S OF SW 17 ST
7-9-14 DESC IN METES & BDS
184 090914-02320000-0030 918.75
SAPIENZA-BOLDUE TERI 5.000AC
LOT 3 SUN SPRINGS EST CONT 5
AC 45/182 105/164-165 129/535
172/619 173/358 180/53
185 100914-00000001-0040 HX 278.54
ROBERTS KEVIN JOE & 3.280AC
COM AT NE/C OF 10-9-14 & RUN
ON E LN OF SEC S 40 FT THENCE
RUN S 89 DEG W 875.22 FT TO
186 100914-00000001-0060 IHX 920.56
ROBERTS JAMES LAVETT & 3.280AC
COM ATNE/C OF 10-9-14 GO ON
E LN OF SEC S 40 FT GO W
1104.09 FT TO POB GO S 624.
187 110914-00000003-0000 HX 357.05
POWELL KIMBERLY & ALEX & 40.000AC
SE/4 OF SE/4 117/18 GRANT OF
EASEMENT 179/674 180/270 181/
204 & 211 UTILITY EASEMENT
188 110914-00000004-0000 HIX 334.26
BUNKLEY PAULA NETTLES 10.000AC
SE/4 OF NE/4 OF SW/4 155/529
221/411 281/118 284/283 284/
285 284/287 284/289
189 110914-00000004-0030 930.35
BUNKLEY PAULA N 10.000AC
NW/4 OF SW/4 OF NE/4 OF 11-9-
14 CONT 10 AC 131/38


190 110914-00000004-0060 75.18
BUNKLEY PAULA NETTLES 10.000AC
NE/4 OF SW/4 OF NE/4 221/411
281/118 284/287
191 110914-00000004-0080 HX 195.62
ARNOLD ALFRED DELMER 49.930AC
SE/4 OF NW/4 & NW/4 OF NE/4 OF
SW/4 155/529 221/411 281/118
284/285 2001/5303 & COM AT
192 120914-00000011-0035 32.42
SANDLIN CHRIS W & BRANDY 2.000AC
COM AT SE/C OF 12-9-14 & RUN
ON S LN OF SEC 12 S 89 DEG W
220.09 FT TO POB THENCE CONT S
193 120914-00000011-0000 HX 1,449.38


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GIBB GREGORY L & SUSAN K
PART OF S/2 OF SE/4 DESC AS
FROM SW/C OF SE/4 GO E 657.8
FT TO POB GO N 1324.3 FT GO E


24.550AC


194 120914-00000011-0030 HX 812.55
VERNON HORACE L & MARLENA V 8.000AC
COM AT SE/C OF 12-9-14 GO ON
S LN W 220.09 FT TO POB CONT
W 837.79 FT GO N 353.27 FT GO
195 130914-00000002-0025 HX 1,407.78
RUDD RONALD W JR 14.820AC
COM AT NW/C OF NE/4 OF NW/4
13-9-14 FOR POR THENCE RUN ALG
W LN OF NE/4 OF NW/4 S 18 FT
196 130914-00000007-0030 HX 195.62
HURLEY WILLIAM T JR & ROBIN L 1.000AC
COM AT NW/C OF E/2 OF NW/4 OF
NW/4 OF 13-9-14 AS POB GO E
208.72 FT GO S 208.72 FT GO W
197 140914-00000003-0010 905.21
TRAVIESO RAUL R 5.000AC -
W/2 OF NW/4 OF SW/4 OF NE/4
124/437 237/51 UTIL EASEMENT
250/620 252/486 2003/2814
198 140914-00000008-0000 823.97
CARNLEY JAROD NEVEN' 19.390AC
E/2 OF SW/4 OF SE/4 LESS RD
R/W 5/311 98/693 268/227 2002/
6058 MERTICE ROLLING LIFE EST
199 160914-00000003-0020 HX 443.77
BAUMANN JEFFREY & 4,850AC
W 10 AC OF NW/4 OF NW/4 LESS
.30 AC RD R/W LESS 5 AC TO
WISNISKI/JENKINS 97/545
200 170914-00000001-0031 232.14
MARTIN L W WEEKS ESTATE 1.120AC
PART OF GOVT LOT 1 DESC AS BEG
SE/C LOT 9 SUN SPRINGS SUBD
UT 2 (0242) GO SE 90 FT M/L GO
201 170914-00000001-0032 161.92
MARTIN L W WEEKS ESTATE 1.380AC
PART OF GOVT LOT 1 DESC AS BEG
SE/C OF LOT 6 BLK A SUN SPGS
SUBD (0024) GO E 199.39 FT GO
202 170914-00000001-0040 565.52
LWM INC 2.940AC
AS A PT OF REF COM AT NE/C OF
GOVT LOT 1 GO S 985.28 FTAS
POB GO W 206.4 FT GO N 22 DEG
203 180914-00250000-0400 984.89
OSTEEN CAROLYN S 0.490AC
LOT 40 SUW ROVERA HTS SUBD LG
METES & BDS DESC 48/136
117/60 293/95.
204 200914-00000006-0020 68.91
TAYLOR RUSSELL& KATHY B 10.000AC
NW/4 OF SE/4 OF SW/4 81/230
207/745 2005/3474
205 230914-00000005-0000 HX 665.31
JONES JAMIE & JARROD DEON 14.550AC
S/2 OF E 3/4 OF SW/4 OF SE/4
LESS E 30 FT THEREOF LESS RD
EASEMENTS 110/451 113/8 &240
206 230914-00000005-0011 HX 195.62
FASON RICHARD L 10.000AC
W/2 OF W/2 OF SW/4 OF SE/4
110/451 113/8 & 240 117/598
132/341 134/392 UTIL EASEMENT
207 260914-00000004-0010 1,099.03
WALLS JOSEPH J JR & ELAINE C 10.000AC
W/2 OF W/2 OF NW/4 OF NW/4
85/635 205/123 205/124
213/209 UTIL EASEMENT 222/693
208 270914-00000005-0020 HX 1,634.89
BARRON JUSTIN & NICOLE 1.060AC
COM AT SW/C OF 27-9-14 FOR POR
THENCE RUN ALG S LN OF SEC 27
N 89 DEG E 39.84 FT TO E R/W
209 270914-00690000-0060 HX 2,082.00
LAW JOEY B 2.060AC.
LOTS 6A & 6B CONT 2.06 AC FOX
PATCH UNREC SUBD DESC IN MTS
& BDS DESC 66/32 75/674 2002/
210 270914-03250000-0030. 1,127.30
BREAKTHRU PROPERTIES INC 5.000AC
LOT 3 EASLEY PLACE 281/594
218/595 2004/5332 2004/5333
2005/2746
211 280914-01920000-0040 HX 319.22
BENNETT MARK S & MICHELE D 5.520AC
LOT 4 SUWANNEE RIVER RANCH
ESTATES SUBD CONT 5.25 AC
162/259 163/598 UTLY EASEMT
212 280914-01920000-0100 HX 294.16
MOZIERLORA 5.390AC
SLOT 10 SUWANNEE RIVER RANCH
ESTATES SUBD CONT 5.39AC
151/142 157/107 UTILITY EASE-
213 290914-00000013-0000 479.43
STICKLES SHERMAN K & JO ANNE H 1.000AC
COM AT SE COR OF S/2 OF NW/4
GO N TO N R/W LN OF ST RD 344
CONT N 890 FT TO POB GO W 300
214 290914-00000014-0000 1,300.42
STICKLES SHERMAN KEITH & 3.000AC
COM AT SE/C OF NW/4 OF
29-9-14 GO N 475 FT TO POB GO
W300FTGON435FTGOE.300
215290914-00000002-0020 HIX 1,076.31
ROBINSON ERIC & RITAB 17.170AC
E/4 OF S/2 OF NE/4 LESS 2 AC
IN 85/40 CONT 18.37 AC LESS
1.20 AC RD R/W 109/107 236/678
216 290914-00000006-0010 HX 1,178.83
WILKERSON ELSAT 15.000AC
S/2 OF NW/4 LESS E 320 FT OF
SE/4 OF NW/4 & LESS 5 AC TO
ROBINSON OR 61/2 & LESS 31 AC


217 290914-00000006-0020 512.13
ROBINSON ERIC K 2.470AC
COM AT SE/C OF SE/4 OF NW/4 OF
29-9-14 & RUN ON S LN OF SE/4
OF NW/4 S 89 DEG W 339.61 FT
218 290914-00000008-0000 HX 195.62
WRIGHT STEPHEN M 1.000AC
COM AT SE COR OF NW/4 AND GO
N A DIST OF APPROX 40 FT TO N '
R/W LN OF SR 344 TO POB GO W
219 290914-00000009-0000 HX 316.50


TECKENBROCK L DAVID


1.500AC


COM AT SE COR OF NW/4 GO W
200 FT N 40 FT TO N R/W LN OF
SR 344 FOR POB THEN GO N 435
220 290914-00000019-0000 HX 195.62
LANGFORD JOE WALTER & 1.OOOAC
COM AT A PT WHERE THE S BDRY .
R/W LN OF ST RD S-344 INTER-
SECTS WITH E BDRY LN OF NE/4
221 300914-00000007-0050 733.15
DAWSON JAMES & 10.000AC
COM AT SE/C OF 30-9-14 GO ON
E LN OF SEC N 500 FT GO W
1075 FT TO POB CONT W 1115 FT
222 300914-08810000-0130 136.02
MCWHORTER DAVID L & ALICIA A 5.520AC
LOT 13 HART SPRINGS ESTATES
1ST ADDITION SUBD 178/325 230/
641 2002/4708 2002/4709
223 330914-00000001-0010 HX 2,624.40
DURST JOHN L & PATRICIA T 11.300AC
COM AT NE/C OF SE/4 OF 33-9-14
FOR POR THENCE RUN ALG N LN OF
SE/4 S 89 DEG W 46.02 FT TO
224 330914-00000002-0000 9,931.69
JOHNSON MAC C 154.500AC
NW/4 LESS RD R/W 118/599
125/27 161/473 185/371 2005/1
7380 2006/2539
225 340914-01930000-0280 1,075.17
HOLLAND CHARLES W JR & 10.000AC
TRACT 28 SUW RIV RANCH EST
DESC IN METES & BDS CONT 10
AC 200/388 2000/4558
226 340914-01930000-0240 HX 390.76
EDWARDS DENNIS M 10.000AC
TRACT 24 SUWANNEE RIVER RANCH
ESTATES SUBD CONT 10 AC &
DESC IN MTS & BDS 151/395
227 340914-01930000-0360 HX 798.36
MYERS WILLIAM R & CHRISTINE M 10.000AC
TRACT 36 SUWANNEE RIVER RANCH
EST DESC IN METES & BDS DESC
CONTAINING 10 AC 189/448 241/
228 350914-02400000-0030 HX 1,205.63
EWART ALLAN E & P ELAINE EWART 5.000AC
LOT 3 STRATFORD RUN SUBD 113/
198 122/64 133/272-273 251/486
263/151 273/473 UTIL EASEMENT
229 360914-00600000-0101 HX 3,497.73
REED JOEL A & SHEILAANN 5.000AC
E/2 OF LOT 10 UNREC KONSULT
SUBD DESC IN METES & BDS DESC
CONT 5 AC M/L 112/260 217/370
230 360914-02150000-0040 HX 1,808.15
SANCHEZ HENRY JI I& PAMELA J 5.000AC.
LOT 4 THE MEADOWLANDS SUBD
138/446 145/244 158/141 176/
629 258/644 2691407 2000/2991
231 021014-00000002-0010 HX 195.62
WILLIAMS NANCY 2.000AC
COM AT NE/COR OF SE/4 AND GO
S 520 FT TO POB CONT S 420 FT
GO W 210 FT GO N 420 FT GO E
232 031014-00000005-0010 163.61
MCQUEEN WES 30.690AC
SW/4 OF SE/4 LESS 4.81 AC TO'" "
CHURCH & 4 AC TO MAY & RD R/W
39/687 42/648 216/206 265/640
233 041014-00000001-0020 HX 639.07
MATTHEWS STEVEN E SR 10.000AC
NW/4 OF NE/4 OF NE/4 204/95
277/639 R/W 284/40 2005/5727
234 041014-00000009-0030 HX 751.68
HUTCHINSON STANLEY R & KATHY 19.130AC
COM AT NE/C OF SW/4 OF SW/4
.OF 4-10-14 AS POB GO W 954.06
FT GO S 1329.51 FT GO E
235 051014-00000003-0011 HX 954.53
SEYEZ FREDDIE & JENNIFER 1.370AC
S 285 FT OF E 210 FT OF S/2 OF
NE/4 OF NW/4 115/144 GRANTS OF
EASEMENT 115/343-346 250/463
236 071014-01100000-0100 HX 1,511.33
BRETON TROY & ANGELA E 15.000AC
LOT 10 11 & 12 PINES OF OTTER
SPRINGS CONT 15 ACRES TOTAL
126/88 UTILITY EASEMENT 139/
237 071014-01100000-0130 866.62
WILLIAMS JEFFREY BRYAN 5.000AC
LOT 13 PINES OF OTTER SPRINGS
SUBD CONT 5 AC 128/278 150/398
'220/423 2004/3611
238 071014-01100000-0270 I HX 2,083.38
WOOD SAMUEL D & TONI A 5.000AC
LOT 27 PINES OF OTTER SPRINGS
CONT 5 AC 125/100 150/398 268/
538 268/539 294/306 294/307
239 081014-00000006-0000 938.86
EASTERLY IVAN & IRIS L 5.000AC
E/2 OF SW/4 OF NW/4 OF NE/4
24/589 263/194 263/195 263/197
264/591 2000/4556
240 091014-00000003-0030 1,533.89
BECKELHEIMER STEPHEN CHARLES 4.000AC
COMAT SW/C OF SE/4 OF SE/4
9-10-14 FOR POR THENCE RUN ALG
S LN OF SE/4 OF SE/4 S 89 DEG
241 101014-00000006-0000 2,395.04
LINDSEY TIMOTHY ETAL 23.120AC
N/2 OF SW/4 LESS 8 AC SOLD
BELOW OR 51 PG 361 OR61 PG
577 OR 70 PG,681 LESS RD R/W
242 101014-00000006-0011 94.52
WILEY MICHAEL E & MAUREEN L 14.530AC


COM AT NE/C OF SW/4 OF 10-10-
14 FOR POR THENCE RUN ON N LN
OF SW/4 S 89 DEG W 40 FT TO W
243 101014-00000006-0020 294.54
MCDOUGAL NATHAN G 1.000AC
COM AT NW/C OF NW/4 OF SW/4
GO N 89 DEG ALONG N LN OF
SEC 50.73 FT TO POB POB ON
244 101014-00000007-0000 HX : 691.67
WILEY MICHAEL E & MAUREEN 5.000AC
COM AT NE COR OF SW/4 GO S 89
DEG WALGN LN OF SW/4 40 FT
TO PT ON WRLY R/W OF S 344 &
245 121014-00000002-0010 HX 355.50
MCDONALD ROBERT E & 1.000AC
COM AT NW COR GO S 0 DEG 17


MIN 09 SEC W 40 FT TO SRLY RW
OF SR S-334 AND POB GO N 89
246 151014-00000002-0014 HX 1,982.33
REXROAT TARA SHEA 5.000AC
COM AT NE/C OF NW/4 OF NW/4
1.5-10-14 THENCE RUN ALG N LN
OF NW/4 OF NW/4 S 89 DEG W
247 151014-00000004-0010 HX 523.23
WILEY AARON M 1.110AC
COM AT SE/C OF NW/4 & GO ON S
LN OF NW/4 W 49.76 FT TO W
R/W LN OF ST RD S-334 CON ON
248 161014-00000001-0030 70.49
MCDOUGAL NATHAN & LISA F 10.430AC
COM AT NE/ C OF SE/4 OF NW/4 .
OF 16-10-14 FOR POR THENCE
RUN ALG E LN OF SE/4 OF NW/4
249 161014-00000001-0040 IHX 1,955.53
MCDOUGAL NATHAN G &'LISA F 9.490AC
COM AT NE/C OF SE/4 OF NW/4
OF 16-10-14 FOR POR THENCE
RUN ALG E LN OF SAID SE/4 OF
250 161014-00000001-0050 HX .297.38
WOODARD JAMES 6.500AC
COM AT NE/C OF SE/4 OF NW/4
OF 16-10-14 FOR POR THENCE
RUN ALG E LN OF SAID SE/4 OF
251 161014-00000009-0010 43.37
MCDOUGAL NATHAN G & LISA F 3.000AC
COM AT W/4 SEC CORNER OF
16-10-14 FOR POR THENCE RUN
'ON W LN OF SAID SEC 16 N.
252 161014-00000013-0020 52.20
GAMBLE JESSYCA ELIZABETH & 5.420AC
N/2 OF S/2 OF COM AT SW/C OF
16-10-14 GO E 660 FT TO POB
GO E 399.96 FT TO PT GO N
253 161014-00000015-0011 HX 263.04
RIDGEWAY DIANE & M G RIDGE WAY 1.000AC
S 225 FT OF FOLLOWING DESC
PROP FOR POR COM AT SE/C OF
SW/4 OF 16-10-14 THENCE GO S
254 161014-00000018-0020 188.28
CHAPMAN MADELINE C 1.010AC
COM AT SW/C 16-10-14 FOR POR
THENCE RUN ALG S LN OF SEC 16,
N 89 DEG E 59.09 FTTO E R/W
255 161014-00000029-0000 108.34
HOLDER ISABELLE 0.910AC
BEG ON S R/W LN OF ACL RR
WHERE SAID LINE INTERSECTS
WITH SECTIONS 16 & 17-10-14
256 161014-00000032-0000 HX 195.62
LOTTANNIE 0.770AC
1 AC S OF RR ENDING 3 SIDES
LAND SOLD LANCASTER TO
TURPENTINE CO MISC. RECORD
257 161014-00000032-0010 96.07
LOTT CHARLES ALAN 0.630AC
E 110 FT OF THAT CERTAIN
PIECE OF LAND CONT 1 AC M/L
LYING & BEING S OF ACL RR
258 161014-00000037-0000 HX 254.50
WEEKS VIRGINIA LEE 1.000AC ,
BEG AT PT 70 YDS N OF ACL RR
GO E 100 FT O S 70 FTW 100 ..
FT & N 70 FT TO POB IN NW COR
259 171014-00000023-0010 1,818.07
CUMMINGS MARGARETH & GARY 4.560AC
COM AT SW/C OF NW/4,OF SW/4,
17-10-14 FOR POR THENCE RUN'
ALG W LN OF SAID NW/4 OF SW/4
260 171014-00000012-0000 705.51
LEE WILLIAM 0 l.OOOAC
COM AT NW COR OF NE/4 OF SE
/4 AS POB G. S 73 YDS TO N
R/W OF ACL RR GO E 70 YDS GO
261 181014-00260004-0060 173.20
KIRBY DARYL S
LOTS 6 7 & 8 BLK 4
WEST & JOHNSON ADDIT
SPLIT OUT 181014-00260004-0040
262 181014-00260004-0090 126.25
CHICHESTER ROBERT H &
LOTS 9 & 10 BLK 4
WEST & JOHNSON ADDIT
SPLIT OUT 181014-00260004-0040
263 181014-00260013-0210, 79.34
KIRBY DARYL S 0.110AC
LOT 21, BLK 13 WEST & JOHNSON
ADDITION 5/573 8/143 2004/6479
-6483 2004/6484 2005/2472 !
264 181014-00270024-0010 555.77
JONES HERMANN 0.360AC .
LOTS 1 4 5 8 9 12 BLK 24 SUW
RIVER SUBD OR 44/588 119/
481-484 225/257 2004/3273
265 181014-00000010-0000 53.06
DAVIS LV 0.110AC
BEG AT NE COR OF GOVT LOT 11
18-10-14 FOR POB THENCE RUN S
50 FT W 92 FT N 50 FT E 92 FT
266 181014-00000011-0050 HX 709.56
CHANCEYGARYW &DEBRAM 30.210AC
N 881 FT OF GOVT LOT 2 & N 881
FT OF GOVT LOT 3 LESS W 1154.
06 FT THEREOF 82/522 211/724
267 181014-00000017-0000 800.21
SULLIVAN MIKE 1.000AC
COM AT NE/C OF NE/4 OF SE/4
GO S ALONG E SEC LN DIVIDE
SEC 17 & 18 DIST OF455 FT
268 181014-00000017-0010 451.61
CUMMINGS MARGARETH & GARY 3.000AC


COM AT SE/C OF.N/2 OF GOVT LOT'
11 18-10-14 FOR POR THENCE RUN
ALG E LN'OF N/2 OF GOVT LT 11
269 181014-00260001-0010 407.81
KIRBY DARYL S 1.320AC
LOTS 123 45 67 & 8 BLK 1
WEST & JOHNSON ADDIT 8/143
2004/6479-6483 2004/6484 2005/
270 181014-00260003-0110 HX 195.62
DORSEY ALBERT S 0.350AC
LOTS 11 12 & 13 BLK 3 WEST &
JOHNSON ADDIT 43/208 263/250
263/260 279/212 2000/475 UTIL
271 181014-00260004-0030 79.34


HARVEY MARY
LOT 3 BLK 4 WEST & JOHNSON


0.120AC


ADDIT 97/456
272 181014-00260004-0110 HX 359.52
LONIC BENJAMIN J 0.370AC
LOTS 11 12 & 13 BLK 4 WEST &
JOHNSON ADDIT 53/434 & 435
107/81 141/148 187/323 262/212
273 181014-00260004-0140 HX 274.72
WILSON BRENDA & EUGENE WILSON 0.220AC
LOTS 14 & 15 BLK 4 WEST &
JOHNSON'S ADDIT TO WILCOX
JUNCTION 53/434 & 435 107/81
274 181014-00260007-0170 173.20
DICKMEYER PAULA JEAN 0.380AC
LOTS 17 18 19 BLK 7 WEST AND
JOHNSON SUBD OR 68 PG 642
152/407 279/239
275 181014-00260008-0040 126.25
RUSSELL GLENN 0.250AC
LOTS 4 & 5 BLK 8 WEST &
JOHNSON SUBD 89/73 & 76 104/
136 201/450 2006/4496 2006/
276 181014-00260008-0060 FIX 195.62
, DANIEL MARSHAANN 0.250AC
LOTS 6 & 7 BLK 8 WEST &
JOHNSON ADD 88/410 113/185 &
188 114/699 117/306 124/184
277 181014-00260008-0160 856.86
OGLESBY DAVID 0.250AC
LOT 16 & 17 BLK 8 WEST &
JOHNSON ADDITION 127/161
191/47 236/21 253/308 274/548
278 181014-00260008-0300 173.20
RUSSELL GLENN 0.380AC
LOTS 30 31 & 32 BLK 8 WEST &
JOHNSON ADDIT 89/78 2006/4496
2006/4497
279 181014-0026Q0009-0020 848.99
LINDSEY JONI 0.380AC
LOTS 2 25 & 26 BLK 9 WEST &
JOHNSON ADDIT 86/260 191/57
.191/59 270/595-605 288/523
280 181014-00260009-0030 267.04
LINDSEY JONI 0.630AC
LOTS 3 4 5 67 BLK 9 WEST &
JOHNSON ADDIT 53/291 191/55
270/595 288/523 2005/1746
281 181014-00260012-0030 126.25
REUTER MARK PHILLIP 0.250AC
LOTS 3 & 4 BLK 12 WEST &
JOHNSONADDIT 134/291 156/107
282 181014-00260012-0120 220.11
REUTER MARK PHILLIP 0.500AC
, LOTS 12-13-14-15 BLK 12 WEST
& JOHNSON ADDIT 134/291
156/107
283 181014-00260012-0230 126.25
REUTER MARK PHILLIP 0.250AC
LOTS 23-24 BLK 12 WEST &
JOHNSON ADDIT 133/187


284 181014-00260013-0120
MCNATT DARRELL & MARIA
LOTS 12 & 13 BLK 13 WEST &
JOHNSON ADDIT 2004/6479-6483
2004/6484 2005/2472 7 1/3"700
285 181014-00270001-0010
BURKE RAYMOND & CYNTHIA
LOTS 1-13 BLOCK 1 SUWANNEE
RIVER SUBD 61/545 72/187
76/25791/11 & 479 95/258 &


0.240AC


HIX 695.02 ,.
0.680AC


286 181014-00270007-0220 .126.25
NRLL EAST LLC 0.360AC
LOTS 22 23 26 27 30 & 31 BLK
7 SUWRIV SUBD 54/618 & 619
60/87 66/485 2005/5455
287 181014-00270008-0010 HX 195.62
BIBLE ROBERT E 0.480AC
LOTS 1234567&8BLK8.
SUW RIV SUBD 69/10 89/559 162/
37 162/41 196/176 196/179
288 181014-00270008-0250 126.25
EARLYWINE DONALD R & CYNTHIA L 0.360AC
LOTS 25 28 29 30 31 & 32 BLK.
8 SUW RIVER SUBD 117/297-300
187/200 198/178 236/212
289 181014-00270009-01.10 79.34
LINDSEY JONI 0.180AC
LOTS 11 14 15 BLK9 SUWRIV
SUBD TAX DEED 88/395 191/51
270/595 288/523 2005/1746
290 181014-00270009-0160 275.69
KANE DOROTHY H & THOMAS L AS 0.300AQ
LOTS 16 17 20 21 24 BLK 9 SUW
RIVER SUBD 58/65 69/08 TAX
DEED 183/490 UTILITY EASEMENT
291 181014-00270009-0180 HX 195.62
FULLER PAUL & MARY 0.360AC
LOTS 18 19 22 23 26 & 27 BLK
9 SUW RIVER SUBD 82/215
70/460 & 461 136/589 150/175
292 181014-00270010-0210 592.98
ANSTINE MONROE M & M ALVA & 0.600AC
LOTS 21 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
31 & 32 BLK 10 SUW RIV SUBD
OR 47/53150/142 58/ 290
293 181014-00270011-0020 63.71
GUNSTEAD DAVID L 0.120AC
LOTS 2 3 BLK 11 SUW RIVER
SUBD OR 44/247 113/407
294 181014-00270011-0060 63.71
GUNSTEAD DAVID L 0.120AC
LOTS 6 & 7 BLK 11 SUW RIVER
SUBD 113/409
295 181014-00270012-0100 94.98
NRLL EAST LLC 0.240AC
.LOTS 10 11 14 & 15 BLK 12
SUWANNEE RIVER SUBD 93/462
108/345 2005/6599 2005/6600
296 181014-00270013-0010 HX 384.92
BERRY JUNIOR & MARY L 1.080AC
LOTS 1 THRU 18 BLK 13
SUWANNEE RIVER SUBD OR 46 PG
339 & OR 50 PG 302 OR 69 PG
-11Al 1AOo


297 181014-UU/UUi00270013-0190u iu
HENNINGER MELLIES WILLIAM JR
LOT 19 20 21 22 23 24 BLK 13
SUWANNEE RIVER SUBD 101/394-
395 234/671 278/321 UTIL EASE-
298 181014-00270014-0010
SPEARMAN ANTHONY MICHAEL
LOTS 1 45 & 8 BLK 14 SU\\ RIV


0.360AC


HX 195.62
0.240AC


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SUBD 72/46 72/48 91/512 104/
195-197 117/203 & 410 172/16
299 181014-00270014-0020 HX 195.62
GARBER SCOTT A 0.240AC
LOTS 2 3 6 7 BLK 14 SUW RIV
SUBD 91/512 104/197 117/203 &
410 UTIL EASEMENT 206/230 233/
300 181014-00270016-0090 407.81
BAUER MICHAEL & TANDY 1.440AC
LOTS 9-32 BLK 16 SUW RIVER
SUBD 92/69 189/121 189/123
2005/6720 2005/6721
301 181014-00270017-0010 716.33
LAMB FRED & AMY 1.140AC
LOTS 1-17 20 & 21 BLK 17 SUW
RIV SUBD 93/53 122/314-315
145/205 UTIL EASEMENT 148/369
302 181014-00270017-0240 HX 503.45
HUFFMAN MATTHEW & JAMES E & 0.300AC
LOTS 24 25 28 29 & 32 BLK 17
SUW RIVER SUBD 93/53 209/43
244/506 276/635
303 181014-00270019-0080 368.24
CAMPBELL STANLEY R & DONNA 0.180AC
LOTS 8 9 12 BLK 19 SUW RIV
SUBD 96/163-164 98/610
304 181014-00270021-0020 HX 369.62
VERTREES GENEVA 0.720AC
LOTS 2-3-6-7-10-11-14-15-18-19
-22 & 23 BLK 21 SUW RIV SUBD
44/504 275/533 2004/841
305 181014-00270021-0130 880.02
PICKERN KENNETH L & AZIE M 0.360AC
LOTS 13 16 172021 24BLK 21
SUW RIV SUBD OR 50 PG 9
140/600 193/68 199/54 217/700
306 181014-00270023-0020 63.71
STRUBEL SAMUAL & LILLIAN 0.120AC
LOTS 2 3 BLK 23 SUW RIV SUBD
OR 44 PG 590 OR 62/27 82/131
307 191014-02840001-0090 HX 167.26
FLOYD EVAFAYE 2.410AC
LOTS 9 & 10 BLK 1 UT4 SUW RIV
SPGS SUBD 70/423 72/344 76/663
90/352 124/21' 157/169 184/392
308 191014-02840002-0120 182.72
FISHER JANIE M 1.370AC
LOT 12 BLK 2 UNIT 4 SUW RIV
SPGS SUBD 77/609 105/597 2004/
2983 2004/2984 2004/6888
309 191014-02840003-0061 593.83
MERRILL LYNN F 1.110AC
ALL OF LOT 6 LESS ERLY 100 FT
BLK 3 UNIT 4 SUWANNEE RIVER
SPGS SUBD & ALSO BEG AT NW/C
310 201014-03020000-0120- 798.45
PERKINS JERRY 0.220AC
LOT 12 RIVERWALK OF FANNING
SPRINGS PHASE 1 61/485 143/481
157/324 198/565 230/356 230/
311 201014-03020000-0160 798.45
PERKINS JERRY 0.210AC
LOT 16 RIVERWALK OF FANNING
SPRINGS PHASE 1 61/485 143/481' "'! :' ,0 ?t :
157/324 198/565 230/356 230/
31 2'01014-03020000-0180 798.45
PERKINS JERRY 0.220AC
LOT 18 RIVERWALK OF FANNING
SPRINGS PHASE 1 61/485 143/481
157/324 198/565 230/356 230/
313 201014-03020000-0190 798.45
PERKINS JERRY 0.210AC
LOT.19 RIVERWALK OF FANNING
SPRINGS PHASE 1 61/485 143/481
157/324.198/565 230/356 230/
314 201014-03020000-0210 798.45
PERKINS JERRY 0.210AC
LOT 21 RIVERWALK OF FANNING
SPRINGS PHASE 1 61/485 143/481
157/324 198/565 230/356 230/
315 201014-03020000-0340 798.45
PERKINS JERRY 0.180AC
LOT 34 RIVERWALK OF FANNING
SPRINGS PHASE 1 61/485 143/481
157/324 198/565 230/356 230/
316 201014-03020000-0420 798.45
PERKINS JERRY 0.180AC
LOT 42 RIVERWALK OF FANNING
SPRINGS PHASE 1 61/485 143/481
157/324 198/565 230/356 230/
317 201014-03020000-0430 798.45
PERKINS JERRY 0.180AC
LOT 43 RIVERWALK OF FANNING,
SPRINGS PHASE 1 61/485 143/481
157/324 198/565 230/356 230/
318 201014-03020000-0520 HX 2,777.13
HUTCHINS EDWINA 0.210AC
LOT 52 THE RIVERWALK OF
:FANNING SPRINGS PHASE I CONT .
.21 AC 61/485 143/481 157/324
319 201014-00000002-0000 .. HX 4,862.39
NESSMITH SUSAN W 1.180AC
COM AT SE/C OF SE/4 OF SW/4
OF 20-10-14 GO N 110.16 FT TO
N SIDE OF US HWY 19.THEN GO
320 201014-00000011-0000 5,666.73
MONTGOMERY F MARK 1.150AC
BEG AT SE COR OF SEC 20 GO W .
3465 FT & GO N 148 FT TO N
EDGE OF R/W OF US HWY 19 FOR
321 201014-00000014-0000 5,361.22
TJRR PROPERTIES INC 0.900AC
FRACT SE/4 OF SE/4 LYING SE OF
ST RD 26 LESS ERLY 508.85 FT
44/364-368 72/490-491 108/365-


322 201014-00000016-0000 38.17
MCQUEEN RONALD A & 0.080AC
COM AT SE COR OF SW/4 OF SEC
20 GO N 10.5 FT TO S R/W OF
ST RD 55 GON 89 DEG 18 MIN W
323 201014-00000020-0000 792.70
PADOT DAVID W SR & 5.000AC
COM AT NW/C OF NE/4 OF NE/4.
20-10-14 FOR POB FROM POB RUN
N 88 DEG E 218 FT THENCE RUN S
324 201014-02810001-0160 408.34
RICARD PATRICIA L 0.250AC
LOT 16 BLK 1 UNIT 1 SUWRIV
SPGS 57/246 65/46 96/647 &
649 112/286 TAX DEED 2002/1522


325 201014-02810001-0340
JENN CORP 0.160AC
LOT 34 BLK 1 UNIT 1 SUW RIV
SPGS SUBD 78/12 213/515 241/
221


759.19


326 201014-02810001-0380 339.27
KEARNS GEORGE 0.280AC
LOT 38 BLK 1 UNIT 1 SUW RIV
SPGS SUBD 82/301 174/509
224/497 256/342 261/625 2000/
327 201014-02810002-0080 481.64
WELLS DONALD' & SARAH JO & 0.370AC
LOT 8 BLK 2 UNIT 1 SUW RIV
SPGS SUB 47/530 54/640 138/20
217/217 225/117 227/223
328 201014-02810005-0170 537.20
ERHABORNOSAKHARE ONAIWU ,0.440AC
LOT 17 18 19 20 BLK 5 UNIT 1
SUW RIVER SPRINGS SUBD 80/138
97/459 98/430 103/353 107/93
329 201014-02810010-0070 638.07
EVANS OTIS G 0.230AC
LOT 7 BLK 10 UT1 SUW RIV SPGS
SUBD 45/542 147/472 156/234
174/372 229/147 2004/2834
330 201014-02820018-0010 997.14
TILLEY JERRY L & THERESA FAYE 2.450AC
LOTS 1 & 2 BLK 18
UNIT 2 SUW RIV SPGS SUBD METES
& BDS DESC 46/400-401 283/329
331 201014-02820018-0041 486.83,
DAVIS ANTHONY H & STACEY L 0.500AC
W/2 LT 4 BLK 18 UT 2 SUW RIV
SPGS SUBD DESC AS BEGIN AT
NW/C OF SW/4 OF 20-10-14
332 201014-02830000-0070 HX 543.82
HEDGES CHARLENE A & 1.OOOAC
LOT 7 & N/2 OF LOT 8 UNIT 3
SUW RIVER SPGS SUBD 90/382
116/501 121/219 2002/3469
333 201014-02850000-0100 389.89
ALEXANDER STANLEY R & 1.200AC
LOT 10 OF UNREC SUBD OF OLD
AIR STRIP 50/356 SUW RIVER
SPRINGS 64/211 TAX DEED
,334 201014-03020000-0070 HX 4,888.99
PADOT DAVID W & MARY ANN H 0.210AC
LOT 7 RIVERWALK OF FANNING
SPRINGS PHASE 1 61/485 143/481
157/324 198/565 230/356 230/
335 201014-03020000-0080 798.45
RIVERWALK PARTNERS LLP 0.260AC
LOT 8 THE RIVERWALK OF FANNING
SPRINGS PHASE 1 61/485 143/481
157/324 198/565 230/356 230/
336 201014-03020000-0170 798.45
RALSTON DAVID 0.260AC
LOT 17 RIVERWALK OF FANNING
SPRINGS PHASE 1 61/485 143/481
157/324 198/565 230/356 230/
337 201014-03160000-0010 798.45
KAUFMAN ESTHER E 0.440AC
LOT 1 GREENWAYS OF FANNING
SPRINGS 61/485L43/481 157/324
198/5 "65 2' 0/356 230/358 246/ -. : 1'. "
338 211014-'6b40000-0050 '' 'i00.19
BUCHANAN CHRIS 0.180AC
LOT 5 GARDNER HART UNREC SUBD
DESC IN METES & BDS 83/481
2005/5534
339 211014-00040000-0200 100.19
BUCHANAN CHRIS 0.180AC
LOT 20 GARDNER HART UNREC SUBD
DESC IN METES & BDS 89/443
2005/5534
340 211014-00040000-0310 794.15
MCDONALD ROBERT E & 0.340AC
LOTS 31 & 32 GARDNER HART
UNREC SUBDJDESC IN METES & BDS
69/466 70/72 85/675 98/333
341 21101.4-0.0040000-0350 100.19,
DAVIS JAMES SHANE 0.170AC
LOT 35 GARDNER HART SUBD
98/333 118/666-667
342 211014-01180000-0210 HX 298.01
RUSSELL ERIC & KRISTI 5.010AC
LOT 21-A GILCHRIST GARDENS
UNREC SUBD DESC AS COM AT SE/C
OF 21-10-14 FOR POR THENCE RUN
343 211014-01180000-0215 763.79
WEHNER KAREN L & ROBERT C 5.010AC
TRACT 21 B GILCHRIST GARDEN
ESTATES DESC IN MTS & BDS'
DESC CONT 5.01 AC 146/96-97
344 221014-01280000-0100 1,223.27
ALAYO ELEUTERIO L & 5.000AC
LOT 10 RAMBLIN RAMBO ESTATES
CONT 5 AC M/L 140/85 151/337
152/457 F/JUDG 173/351
345 221014-00000001-0000 74.36
WATSON JONATHAN ADAM 11.500AC
NRLY 367.64 FT OF SRLY 787.64
FT OF SE/4 OF NW/4 LESS
EXISTING R/W FOR CO GRD
. 346 221014-00000001-0010 HX 232.57
GAINEYTONYAKAY 11.000AC
SRLY 420 FT OF SE/4 OF NW/4
OF 22-10-14 LESS ERLY 210 FT
OF SRLY 210 FT (1 AC) SUBJECT
347221014-01280000-0070 IX 907.61
HODGE HENRY M & BARBARA H 5.000AC
LOT 7 RAMBLING RAMBO,ESTATES
CONT 5 AC M/L 140/81 152/457
214/205 240/388 245/644 255/
348 221014-01280000-0110 iHX 698.00
JONES WAYNE & PEGGY, 5.000AC
LOT 11 RAMBLING RAMBO ESTATES
CONT 5 AC M/L 151/255 151/385
181/89 240/406


349 221014-01280000-0120 925.02
JOHNSON JANE 5.000AC
LOT 12 RAMBLIN RAMBO ESTATES,
CONT 5 AC M/L 142/109 159/80
181/89 227/17 2000/2622 ,
350 221014-01300000-0040 HX 407.41
DAVIS JAMES SHANE & ELIZABETH 10.060AC
TRACT 4 DESC IN METES & BDS
CONT 10.06 AC 151/383 162/65
181/89 240/388 251/676 258/583
351 221014-01300000-0050 HX 505.87


LANGSTON PATRICIA A
TRACT 5 DESC IN METES & BDS
CONT 21.29 AC 150/232 F/JUDG
173/351 175/458 181/89 211/148


21.290AC


352 280615-00290000-0010 394.46
POWERS TIMOTHY D 1.500AC
LOT 1 CYPRESS SHORES UNREC
SUBD 47/540 & 542 & 543
64/636 69/278-279 111/446 111/
353 280615-00290000-0250 105.40
POWERS TIMOTHY D 1.OOOAC
LOT 25 CYPRESS SHORES UNREC
SUBD 64/636 69/278-279 111/,
446 172/630-633 2002/4137
354 280615-00290000-0260 268.60
POWERS TIMOTHY D L000AC
LOT 26 CYPRESS SHORES UNREC
' SUBD OR 62/545 167/424 190/70
2002/4138 2002/4139 2005/765
355 320615-00000001-0010 478.20
HUFFSTUTLER RAHN MOYER 3.000AC
EASTERLY 3 AC OF GOVT LOT 6
32-6-15 DESC AS COM AT SE/C OF
32-6-15 FOR POR THENCE RUN ALG
356 32061:5-00000004-0010 366.40
RITTER GERALD & MELISSA 0.910AC
,COM AT SE/C OF 32-6-15 AS PT
OF REF GO W ALONG S LN OF SEC
276 FT TO TRUE POB GO S .15
357 320615-00650050-0000 1,429.57
GODBEY DOUGLAS R & 2.570AC
PARCEL 5 METES & BDS DESC FLA
WOODLAND UNREC SUBD 58/688
(HOLLY SPRINGS) 178/343 237/
358 320615-00650240-0000 HX 195.62
SASSER STEPHEN K & MARGARET 2.430AC
PARCEL 24 METES & BDS-DESC
FLA WOODLAND UNREC SUBD
(HOLLY SPRINGS) 33-6-15
359 320615-00650290-0000. 324.39
DAVISSON MARGARET & 5.000AC
PARCELS 29 & 30 METES & BDS
DESC FLA WOODLAND UNREC SUBD
OR 60 PG 545 & 548 33-6-15
360 320615-00650360-0000 HX 304.87
HOWARD DOROTHY P 4.990AC
PARCEL 36 METES & BDS DESC
FLA WOODLAND UNREC SUBD HOLLY
SPRINGS 33-6-15 60/536 71/13
361 340615-00000010-0010 1,331.57
SULLIVAN ALAN E & MELONEY I.000AC
COM AT NE/C OF 34-6-15 GO S
276 FT GO W 258 FT TO POB GO
S 210 FT GO W 210 FT GO N 210
362 340615-0086000G-0010 115.84
MITEK DAVID ALLEN & ELISA BETH 0.500AC
LOT I BLK G SANTA FE OASIS
UNREC SUBD 157/91 2004/4558
363 340615-0086000G-0020 115.84
MITEK DAVID ALLEN & ELISA BETH 0.500AC
LOT 2 BLK G SANTA FE OASIS
UNREC SUBD 157/93 2004/4558
364 350615-03410000-0190 116.39
NEWCOMB CHARLES ALLf .C 4LEC
LOT 19 UNIT 4A UNREC SUBD IRA
BEAS OASIS 64/665 182/635''
2000/2290 2001/232
365 350615-00000003-0000 2,133.03
MCCORMICK TRUST 2.150AC
COM SW/C LT 12 IRA BEA'S OASIS
UNIT 3A UNREC GO W 396 FT M/L
TO E R/W LINE NE 17 AVE GO N
366 350615-00000009-0000 2,627.90
MCCORMICK TRUSTEE 4.500AC
BEG AT SE/C OF NE/4 OF SEC
35-6-15 GO NO DEG 1831.90 FT
GO N 76 DEG W 479.89 FT GO S
367 350615-03300000-0020 1,257.95
POGUE JIM W & CAROL 0.520AC
LOT 2 UNIT 3 IRA BEAS OASIS
OR 39 PG 34 OR 72 PG 200.
368 350615-07200000-0020 136.69
WOLFORD RICHARD W & KATHLEEN A 0.560AC
LOT 2 WOODLAND OASIS UNREC
SUBD CONT .56 AC DESC IN MTS'
& BDS DESC 145/4 2004/4659
369 350615-07200000-0140 fHX 195.62
PRIVETTE JOSEPH EARL 5.000AC
LOT 14 WOODLAND OASIS UNREC
SUBD MTS & BDS DESC 5.00 AC
65/540 72/72 119/137 213/537
370 350615-07200000-0180 136.69
HEDMAN LLOYD & JANICE 0,530AC
LOTS 18 MTS & BDS DESC .53 AC
WOODLAND OASIS UNREC SUBD OR
66 PG 321 & 324 78/453 83/152
371 350615-07200000-0200 136.69
GREENE MIKE & MARIA 0.790AC
LOT 20 WOODLAND OASIS UNREC
SUBD CONT .79 AC 190/190 .
372 350615-07200000-0260 136.69
GREENE MIKE & MARIA 0.510AC
LOT 26 WOODLAND OASIS UNREC
SUBD CONT .51 AC 202/333 .
373 360615-0086000B-0070 157.54
GODWIN'BARBARA 0.510AC
LOT 7 BLK B SANTA FE OASIS
UNREC SUBD CONT .51 AC 245/89
2003/103
374 360615-03200000-0110 4,473.30
JOHNSON ROBERT M TRUSTEE 0.440AC
LOT 11 UNIT 2 IRA BEAS OASIS
86/65 2001/2908 2006/6531
3,75 360615-0086000D-0140 157.54
FLANDERS JERRY & DAWN 0.940AC
LOT 14 BLK D SANTA FE OASIS
UNREC SUBD CONT .94 AC
164/290 198/74 2002/4956


376 360615-0086000D-0230 157.54
WOLFORD RICHARD W & KATHLEEN A 0.500AC
LOT 23 BLK D SANTA FE OASIS
. UNREC SUBD CONT .50 AC 244/218
2005/4026
377 360615-0086000F-0010 157.54
GREEN LINDA C 0.890AC
LOT 1 BLK F SANTA FE OASIS
UNREC SUBD CONT .89 AC 231/633
2004/5322


378 010715-00000007-0000
COLEMAN CLEMENTINE


335.34
2.560AC


N 83 FT MEAS ALG W PROP LN OF
GOVT LOT 4
379 030715-00000001-0040 HX 1,387.38
HOWELL DONALD L & PAULINE A' 9.630AC
COM AT SE/C OF NE/4 OF NE/4
OF 3-7-15 FOR POR THENCE RUN
S ALG E LN OF SAID SEC 3 S
380 030715-03380000-0010 1,260.72
RICHARDS STACIAE & / 10.010AC
LOT 1 AMANDA PLANTATION CONT
10.01 AC 178/586 209/46
UTIL EASEMENT 215/419 280/372
381 040715-00000006-0040 1,761.10
BRANTLEY JAY R 8.590AC
COM AT SW/C OF SE/4 OF SE/4 OF
4-7-15 AND RUNNALG W LN
THEREOF 585.86 FT THENCE N 89
382 040715-00000003-0010 HX 845.90
DEES JAMESA & DONNA S 15.050AC
WEST 331 FT OF SW/4 OF SW/4
4-7-15 & W/2 OF E 331 FT OF W I
662 FT OF SW/4 OF SW/4 139/500
383 040715-00000006-0020 HX 726.08
BOZEMAN JACK B & DELORES J 5.01.0AO
COM AT THE SW/C OF SE/4 OF
SE/4 & RUN N ALG W LN THEREOF
585.86 FT THENCE N 89 DEG E
384 050715-00000001-0000 5,555.75
HUFFSTUTLER RAHN MOYER 75.670AC
FRACTL PART OF NW/4 OF NE/4 &
NE/4 OF NW/4 70/475 78/518
WILL 151/198 205/572 LESS W
385 050715-00000007-0020 932.70
LEWIS GLORIA W & WILLIAM M 10.000AC
COM AT SW/C OF SE/4 OF 5-7-15
& RUNN 89 DEG E ALG S LN
THEREOF 40 FT TO PT ON E R/W
386 050715-00000007-0025 HX 543.64
PRICHARD JAMES W M 20.000AC
COM AT SW/C OF SE/4 OF 5-7-15
&RUN N 89 DEG E ALG S LN
THEREOF 40 FT TO APT ON E R/W
8387 060715-00000001-0010 HX 1,283.46
STEWART MICHAEL J & JANET E & 29.400AC
PARCEL B OR COM AT NE/C OF
6-7-15 GO S 3 DEGEALONG E
LN OF SEC 1324.75 FT GO W
388 070715-00000005-0000 HX 265.03
BUNKLEY JULIA 1.OOOAC
COM AT SW COR OF SE/4 GO N
615 1/2 FT TO POB GO E 210 FT
GO N 210 FT GO W 210 FT GO S
389 070715-00320000-0010 443.51
MACHADO MAIDA 4.150AC
LOT 1 SANTA FE CORNERS UNREC
SUBD 34/282 129/115 218/497
256/523 2006/4020-4023 '
390 070715-00320000-0020 443.51
MACHADO MAIDA 4.150AC
LOT 2 SANTA FE CORNERS UNREC
SUBD 34/282 129/116 218/497
256/523 2006/4020-4023
391 070715-00320000-0040 444.51
MACiK RlUDOLPH : ANTONETTE 4160C
LOT 4 SANTA FE CORNERS UNREC
SUBD 39/158 131/389 34/282 *
218/497 256/523
392 070715-00320000-0100 HX 409.84
JONES RICHARD C SR & 2.200AC
W/2 OF LOT 10 SANTA FE COR.
UNREC SUBD CONT 2.22 47/369
49/555 120/148 & 155 137/444
393 070715-00320000-0251 1,104.07
BETHEL HOLLY VIRGINIA & 2.250AC
W/2 OF LOT 25 SANTAFE
CORNERS UNREC SUBD CONT 5 AC
101/457 34/282 218/497 256/523'
394 070715-00320000-0300 HX 568.37
RITCHEY DEBBIE SUE 4.450AC
LOT 30 SANTA FE COR UNREC
SUBD 91/456 & 458 108/108-109
135/385 145/599 146/471 161/
395 070715-00320000-0360 158.21
PIRES REJANE 1.270AC
LOT 36 SANTA FE CORNERS UNREC
SUBD 129/114 OLD COUNTY ROAD
CLOSED 144/357-358 34/282
396 090715-00000002-0000 HX 1,142.38
LOPES VALERIE & RITA SIMCOE ,17.480AC
NW/4 OF NE/4 LESS 3 AC TO
CHURCH 140/696 UTLY ESMT
LESS N 639.37 FT 175/183 184/
397 090715-00000011-0035 HX 626.59
DRIGGERS THOMAS M & HELEN H 5.000AC
S/2 OF NW/4 OF SE/4 OF SE/4
CONT 5 AC 121/188 219/667
219/668 235/583 UTIL EASEMENT
398 090715-00000013-0000 731.05
TRIMM JAMES 5.000AC
S/2 OF NW/4 OF NE/4 OF SE/4
OR 47 PG 115
399 090715-00000015-0000 2,484.45
SPISAK WENDI 5.000AC
S/2 OF NE/4 OF NE/4 OF SE/4
111/661 113/472 2003/5403
2004/1627 2004/1628 UTIL
400 090715-00770000-0170 105,40
LOPEZ DE REDRIGUEZ RAFAELA 1.080AC
LOT 17 SANTA FE RANCH SUBD
UNREC 46/481 149/416
401 090715-00770000-0510 105.40
RBN PROMISE LAND INC 0.910 AC
LOT 51 SANTA FE RANCH SUBD
UNREC 46/481 147/583 196/166
196/167 196/419 196/422 TAX


402 090715-00770000-0680 105.40
REYES-PUJOS VICTOR M 1.020AC
LOT 68 SANTA FE RANCH SUBD
DESC IN METES & BDS CONT 1.10
AC 125/157
403 090715-00770000-0840 105.40
HOLMES PAULETTE 1.330AC
LOT 84 SANTA FE RANCH SUBD
UNREC 46/481 196/597 TAX DEED
2004/4072
404 090715-00770000-0940 105.40
ROLDAN EDGA 1.020AC
LOT 94 SANTA FE RANCH SUBD
UNREC 46/481 2004/4101
405 100715-00000010-0040 HX 595.11


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REID BILLY J & BARBARA J 15.840AC
COM AT NE/C OF SW/4 OF SE/4 OF
10-7-15 FOR POR THENCE RUN ON
N LN OF SW/4 OF SE/4 S 89 DEG
406 110715-00000011-0000 774.37
WALKER LEWIS 5.310AC
SW/4 OF NW/4 103/464 LESS 10
AC TO GALLOWAY ETAL 114/89 &
LESS 25 AC TO ROGERS 121/ 246
407 110715-00000011-0010 HX 626.47
WALKER LEWIS 10.500AC
COM AT SE/C OF SW/4 OF NW/4
OF 11-7-15 FORAPOB GO ON S
LN OF SW/4 OF NW/4 W 952 FT
408 110715-00000012-0020 HX 702.12
POTTER BONNIE 1.140AC
COM AT NW/COR OF NW/4 OF SW/4
GO S 0 DEG 05 MIN W 659.83 FT
GO S 89 DEG 56 MIN 28 SEC E
409 110715-00000012-0060 1,020.45
HOPKIN MELISSA & 1.000AC
COM AT 2" IRON PIPE BEING
KNOWN AS NW/C OF NE/4 OF SW/4
11-7-15 FOR POR THENCE RUN
410 110715-00000012-0061 341.06
HOPKIN MELISSA & 2.000AC
COM AT NW/C OF NW/4 OF SW/4
11-7-15 RUN ON W LN OF NW/4 OF
SW/4 S 531.83 FT THENCE RUN S
411 120715-00000004-0010 186.74
STANFIELD LESLEY EUGENE .0OOOAC
COM AT NE/C OF NW/4 OF NW/4
OF SE/4 AS POREF GO S 15 FT
TO POB CONT S 210 FT W 210 FT
412 120715-00000009-0010 1,677.95
SOKOLEWICZ EUGENIUSZ & MARK 14.090AC
COM AT NW/C OF SW/4 OF NW/4
GO E 36 FT GO S 36 FT TO S
R/W LN OF CO RD & POB CONT E
413 120715-02000000-0050 HX 391.63
DEFAULT RESOLUTION GROUP LLC 5.000AC
LOT 5 RED BERRY BRANCH ESTATES
CONT 5 AC 209/217 252/001
2000/4505 UTEIL EASEMENT 2001/
414 150715-03700Q00-0140 HX 85.05
WOOLSEY DEBORAH L 4.560AC
LOT 14 UNIT 2 EMERALD FARMS
15-7-15 82/132 85/615 109/322
137/285 160/488 162/f91 LESS
415 150715-03700000-0260 HX 195.62
TAVERNIA RICHARD A& RHONAH 5.000AC
LOT 26 UNIT 2 EMERALD FARMS
15-7-15 83/335 150/507
416 160715-00340000-0180 HX 431.03
EVANS DAWN 5.500AC
LOT 18 UNIT 1 EMERALD FARMS
57/543 70/685 228/588 UTIL
EASEMENT 229/323 238/423 UTIL
417 160715-00340000-0330 HX 461.08
EVANS JAMES S 5.000AC
LOT 33 UNIT 1 EMERALD FARMS
75/570 217/704 UTIL EASEMENT
229/116 200.4/1578 2005/4105
418 160715-00340000-0690 579.86
DANIEL NIGEL & SHALREEN 5.000AC
LOT 69 UNIT 1 EMERALD FARMS
80/407 249/264 2003/5222 2005/
1885
419 170715-00000001-0060 1,200.30
KERSCH NICHOLAS J & MEGAN E 10.000AC
COMATNE/C 17-7-15 FOR POR
THENCE RUN ALG N LN OF SEC 17
S 88 DEG W 246 FT TO W LN OF
420 180715-00000001-0000 616.36
PHILMAN KEITH L & LINDA F & 160.000AC
SE/4 44/453 49/157 117/126
123/50 231/233 270/239 270/248
EASEMENT 277/374
421 180715-00000003-0210 HX 323.09
HEAVENER CHRIS T 20.000AC
COM AT NE/C OF SW/4 OF
18-7-15 FOR POR THENCE RUN
ALGE LN OF SW/4 S 527.56 FT
422 180715-02710000-0030 1,060.93
BERRY JAMES H I 5.000AC
LOT 3 VARGAS WOODS SUBD CONT
5 AC 129/106 PIPELINE EASEMENT
209/413 250/151 256/523 265/
423 200715-00000003-0070 HX 907.19
SLOCUM DOUGLAS L & VIRGINIA E 10.000AC
NE/4 OF SW/4 OF NE/4 OF 20-7-
15 CONT 10 AC 147/130 192/600
219/198 219/199 UTIL EASEMENT
424 240715-00000001-0000 11,851.85
HURLEY ENTERPRISES INC 431.410AC
THAT PART OF SECTION LYING S
OF CO RD 138 GRANT OF EASEMENT
114/25 139/500 & 507 232/471
425 240715-00000001-0010 2,528.64
HURLEY ENTERPRISES INC 200.430AC
THAT PART OF SECTION LYING N
OF CO RD 138 GRANT OF EASEMENT
114/25 139/500 & 507 231/471
426 300715-00000011-0010 731.05
WOLFORD RICHARD W & KATHLEEN A 5.000AC
N/2 OF N/2 OF SE/4 OF SE/4
LESS 5 AC 91/302 247/64 2005/
5587 2005/6412
427 300715-00000011-0015 68.91
MERCADANTE PATRICK & ANN MARIE 10.000AC
S/2 OF N/2 OF SE/4 OF SE/4 91/
302 247/64 2005/5587
428 300715-00350001-0040 756.61
PIERCE CONNIE AS TRUSTEE 2.500AC
LOT 4 BLK 1 OAKWOOD ESTATES


106/681-682 248/562 2000/
1586 2000/1636 2000/4777 2000/
429 300715-00350001-0080 HX 288.04
MOORE JESSE R 7.480AC
LOTS 8 & 9 BLK 1 OAKWOOD EST
77/587 92/409 & 410 222/671
263/219 269/277 271/358
430 300715-00350002-0020 HX 286.58
WOLFORD RICHARD W JR & 13.770AC
LOTS 213 & 4 BLK 2 OAKWOOD
EST 51/591 78/210 80/588 82/
82/573 109/660 112/279 114/360


431 300715-00350002-0060
ALBRIGHT DAVID L & JAMIE L
LOT 6 BLK 2 OAKWOOD ESTATES


696.58
4.830AC


82/517 117/632 2000/4941 2005/
2273 UTIL EASEMENT 2006/5727
432 300715-00350002-0070 358.99
ALBRIGHT DAVID L & JAMIE L 9.900AC
LOTS 7 & 8 BLK 2 OAKWOOD EST
SUBD 51/591 80/588 82/573 114/
360 163/118 166/269 166/270
433 310715-00000006-0010 777.35
PHILMAN KELLY J & 60.000AC
S/2 OF NW/4 OF NW/4 & SW/4 OF
NW/4 33/346 152/312 156/479-
482 159/314 PIPELINE EASEMENT
434 310715-00000008-0000 341.31
PHILPOT DAVID HENRY ET AL 120.000AC
N/2 OF SW/4 & SW/4 OF SW/4
47/378 & 380 66/194 69/648
80/415 PIPELINE EASEMENTS
435 310715-00000010-0050 1,172.61
BERRY ROBERT S OR.ARLEEN D 6.730AC
COM AT SW/C OF N/2 OF NW/4 OF
SE/4 31-7-15 FOR POB THENCE
RUN ALG W LN OF N/2 OF NW/4 OF
436 320715-00360020-0050 313.95
DAVIS NORMAN L & RAMONA 1.030AC
LOT 5 BLK 20 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES NORTH 136/106 223/608
240/344 285/650 2006/4515
437 320715-00000011-0000 395.57
MITCHELL WILL W 1.250AC
N/2 OF SE/4 OF NE/4 OF NE/4
OF SE/4 71/239 191/49 270/595
288/523 2005/1005 2005/1006
438 320715-00000027-0000 230.54
NRLL EAST LLC 1.250AC
N/2 OF SE/4 OF NW/4 OF NW/4
OF SE/4 21/379 2005/7263 2006/
5917
439 320715-00000040-0000 230.54
SCHILTZ LEO ET UX 1.250AC
S/2 OF SE/4 OF SE/4 OF NW/4
OF SE/4
440 320715-00360000-0010 313.95
JOHNSON BRUCE & PAULETTE 1.060AC
TRACT'I CONT 1.06 AC 136/106
223/608 240/344 2001/1655
2005/812 '
441 320715-00360000-OOLO 313.95
MCDOUGAL NATHAN 1.060AC
TRACT L CONT 1.06 AC 136/106
223/608 240/344 2001/1655
442 320715-00360000-OOMO 477.15
MCDOUGAL ME INC 1.060AC
TRACT M CONT 1.06 AC 136/106
223/608 240/344 UTIL EASEMENT
269/595
443 320715-00360014-0050 313.95
VESTER THOMAS & TIMOTHY VESTER 1.000AC
LOT 5 BLK 14 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES NORTH 154/349
193/317- 326 193/327
444 320715-00360014-0150 HX 235.95
KITTS LELAN JACKSON & JOY 1.030AC
LOT 15 BLK 14 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES NORTH 118/466 139/412
UTILITY EASEMENT 140/334 147/
445 320715-00360015-0020 HX 195.62
LEMONS SAMUEL C & TONIA LEMONS 1.000AC
LOT 2 BLK 15 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES NORTH 163/623 233/366
240/344 266/521 271/152 282/
446 320715-00360015-0030 313.95
STEVENSON DENISE L &, 1 .000AC
LOT 3 BLK 15 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES NORTH 118/252 2003/
6425
447 320715-00360015-0050 478.15
FREEMAN BRYAN M 1.OOOAC
LOT 5 BLK 15 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES NORTH 118/466 180/239
240/344 2000/5059 2000/5060
448 320715-00360019-0140 313.95
STEVENSON DENISE L & 1.030AC
LOT 14 BLK 19 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES NORTH 118/250 2003/
6424
449 320715-00360020-0040 HX 208.12'
DAVIS NORMAN L & RAMONA 1.030AC
LOT 4 BLK 20 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES NORTH 136/106 223/608
240/344 285/650 2006/4515
450 320715-00360020-0070 313.95
MCDOUGAL NATHAN G 1.030AC
LOT 7 BLK 20 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES NORTH 233/366 235/289
240/344 2001/1655
451 320715-00360020-0090' HX 863.58
STROUP DEAN L & CAROL A 2.210AC
LOTS 9 & 10 BLK 20 SUW RIVER
ESTATES NORTH 118/261 136/106 -
180/244 223/608 240/344 240/
452 320715-00360021-0150 314.88
LANDRUM KATHY L 1.030AC
LOT 15 BLK 21 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES NORTH 108/242 TAX DEED
2004/1348 UTIL EASEMENT 2006/
453 330715-00000003-0000 106.17
ASHBURN JAMES HENRY 40.000AC
NW/4 OF NE/4 125/237 GRANT OF
EASEMENT 125/246 125/253
139/701-702 233/008 233/13
454 330715-00000005-0000 HX 195.62
GEIMAN BARBARA J 10.OOOAC
W/2 OF N/2 OF SW/4 OF SE/4
51/146 135/110 172/490 190/205
UTIL EASEMENT 200/68 283/593


455 330715-00000036-0000 HX 1,246.15
HOURDAS NIKITAS M & PAULINE C 13.900AC
SW/4 OF NW/4 14.75 AC TO LISA
MCDOUGAL 164/76 LEAVING 25.25
110/678 163/278 & 292-293 &
* 456 330715-00000036-0010 61.75
WISOLMERSKI ROBERT 10.710AC
W 357.92 FT OF SE/4 OF NW/4
OF 33-7-15 LESS S 20 FT
THEREOF CONT 10.71 AC 164/191
457 330715-023000010-0010 52.50
WISOLMERSKI ROBERT 7.140AC
PARCEL 1 CONT 7.14 AC DESC AS
COM AT CENTER OF 33-7-15 GO N
20 FT GO W 140 FT TO POB CONT


458 050815-03600001-0150
WALLS G D 1.030AC
LOT 15 BLK 1 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES SOUTH 156/542 TAX DEED
2004/3554 2005/3480


313.95


459 050815-03600004-0110 313.95
COOKE CARL HAROLD & 1.030AC
LOT 11 BLK 4 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES 136/106 223/608 235/
285 240/344 241/003 266/521
460 050815-03600004-0130 313.95
HAY DAVID PARKER 1.030AC
LOT 13 BLK 4 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES SOUTH 157/327
461 050815-03600004-0140 HX 1,058.96
KELLY DONALD & LELA 1.030AC
LOT 14 BLK 4 SUWANNEE RIVER
'ESTATES 136/106 223/608 235/
285 240/344 241/003 266/521
462 050815-03600005-0090 313.95
O'NEAL WILLIAM E 1.190AC
LOT 9 BLK 5 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES SOUTH 136/106 223/608
235/285 240/344 241/003 245/
463 050815-03600006-0160 659.63
KING JERRY SAMPSON JR 1.200AC
LOT 16 BLK 6 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES SOUTH 136/106 223/608
235/285 240/344 241/003 266/
464 050815-03600007-0020 .313.95
DEMETRIUS JOHN & BEVERLEY 1.040AC
LOT 2 BLK 7 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES SOUTH 141/71 212/359
2005/3653
465 050815-03600007-0140 313.95
SUWANNEE RIVER SPRINGS INC 1.040AC
LOT 14 BLK 7 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES SOUTH 136/106 223/608
235/285 240/344 241/003 245/
466 050815-03600008-0050 313.95
PORTER WAYNE & 1.030AC
LOT 5 BLK 8 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES SOUTH 154/16 2005/2985
2005/4548
467 050815-03600008-0160 313.95
CONSUMER PROPERTIES INC 1.200AC
LOT 16 BLK 8 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES SOUTH 97/610 2006/4215
2006/4216
468 050815-03600009-0090 313.95
ELKORDYNUTANMATEE JEAN & 1.190AC
LOT 9 BLK 9 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES SOUTH 148/233 2005/
2105
469 050815-03600010-0160 313.95
NRLL EAST LLC 1.200AC
LOT 16 BLK 10 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES SOUTH 161/449 2005/
3296
470 050815-03600012-0010 313.95
LAACK VIOLET M & RUBEN L 1.270AC
LOT 1 BLK 12 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES SOUTH 153/185
471 050815-03600012-0030 313.95
STEVENSON DENISE L & 1.040AC
LOT 3 BLK 12 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES SOUTH 118/248 2003/
6426 /
472 050815-03600012-0040 .502.30
FOGLE LAKIE R SR 1.040AC
LOT 4 BLK 12 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES SOUTH 136/106 223/608
235/285 240/344 241/003 UTIL
473 060815-00000003-0000 220.87
HART JOSEPH D JR & FELICIA 77.500AC
NW/4 OF SW/4 & SW/4 OF SW/4
123/503 LESS 3.32 AC TO
THOMPSON 123/501 LEAVING
474 060815-00000005-0020 HX 527.16
SPEARS RICKY DWAINE 6.640AC
COM AT SW/C OF SE/4 OF SW/4
OF 6-8-15 FOR POR THENCE RUN
ALONG S'LINE OF SAID SECTION
475 060815-00000005-0021 HX 384.04
SPEARS MADONNA L 5.000AC
COM AT SW/C OF SE/4 OF SW/4 OF
6-8-15 FOR POR THENCE RUN ALG
S LN OF SE/4 OF SW/4 N 89 DEG
476 060815-00000005-0040 HX 942.45
HURNE THOMAS J & GINELLE A 5.820AC
COM AT SW/C OF SE/4 OF SW/4
OF 6-8-15 AS POB GO N 660 FT
GO E 165 FT GO S 660 FT GO W
477 060815-00000007-0000 178.40
PHILMAN KEITH L & I J 40.000AC
NW/4 OF NW/4 OR 63 PG 58
149/461
478 070815-00000012-0000 1,167.87
TAYLOR CATHERINE 4.900AC
E/2 OF SW/4 OF SW/4 OF NE/4
OR 46/10065/225 116/35-36
120/284-288 176/533 UTILITY
479 070815-00000015-0000 HX 195.62
BLANKS FREDERICK E 5.000AC
W/2 OF SW/4 OF SE/4 OF NE/4
85/547 & 548 97/327 156/370
166/56 UTILITY EASEMENT 168/
ARn4 0'70 5-.nnn00.0-OOO0 HIX 369.62


COX RANDY KILE
SE/4 OF SE/4 OF SE/4 & E/2 OF
SW/4 OF SE/4 OF SE/4 OR 80 PG
119 81/269 89/ 192 & 482 LESS


14.700AC


481 070815-01420000-0010 923.78
COOPER PHILLIP E & KATHLEEN B 2.250AC
TRACT 1 MTS & BDS DESC UNREC
SUBD 82/514 236/51 237/161
UTIL EASEMENT 243/526 UTIL
482 070815-01420000-0020 862.70
JONES STEPHEN A 2.300AC
TRACT 2 MTS & BDS DESC UNREC
SUBD 81/600 104/401 236/55
237/161 UTIL EASEMENT 243/526
483 070815-01420000-0070 1,557.16
CASELLA CHERYL C 3.030AC
TRACTS 7 & S/2 OF 8 UNREC SUBD
DESC IN METES & BDS 74/326 &
626 236/689 TAX DEED 2005/2505
484 070815-01420000-0100 310.83
BEFORE LEONARD A & MELISSA L 2.670AC
COM AT NW/C OF SE/4 OF SW/4 OF


7-8-15 FOR POB THENCE RUN ALG
N LNOF SE/4 OF SW/4 S 89 DEG E
485 070815-02260000-0040 1,205.51
SHANNON LAURENCE P & GENEVA B 15.000AC
TRACT 4 CONT 15 AC & DESC AS
COM AT NE/C OF SE/4 OF 4*W/4
OF 7-8-15 AS POB GO S 714 FT
486 070815-02290000-0010 68.91
TRAIL CHARLIE D 10.000AC
TRACT 1 CONT 9.33 AC DESC AS
COM AT SW/C OF NW/4 OF NW/4
OF 7-8-15 AS POB GO E 503.27
487 080815-00000003-0050 HX 195.62
MONTGOMERY DENNIS 15.000AC
S 3/4 OF E/2 OF SE/4 OF NW/4
ALSO INCLUDING EASEMENT
105/299 2006/477
488 120815-00000002-0010 HX 195.62
JENKINS ALFRED K & TAWNYA W 1.720AC
COM AT SE/C OF 12-8-15 THENCE
RUN S 89 DEG W ALG S LN OF SEC
12 76.62 FT TO POB THENCE CONT
489 170815-00000004-0012 894.78
ANDERSON JOE 5.000AC
E/2 OF W/2 OF S/2 OF S/2 OF
S/2 OF NW/4 DB 15/596 209/20
UTIL EASEMENT 213/398 2002/
490 180815-00000014-0000 2,076.21
REEDER ROBT & BRENDA 20.000AC
N/2 OF SW/4 OF SW/4
491 180815-00000017-0028 629.06
KROPOLINSKY BONNIE 4.270AC
COM AT SW/C OF SE/4 OF
18-8-15 FORAPT OF REF GON
1785.73 FT TO POB CONTN
492 180815-00000017-0043 HX 195.62
BURNETT LINDA D & 2.840AC
COM AT SE/C OF SW/4 OF SE/4
OF 18-08-15 AS POB GO N
561.15 FT GO W439.86 FT GO S
493 180815-0073000B-0120 HX 827.07
GAYDAVID W 4.490AC
LOTS 12 13 14 15 DESTINY UNREC
SUBD 82/145 87/325 99/225
100/100 279/132 291/160 291/
494 180815-02240000-0040 HX 261.59
HITT JASON M & TINA M 1.000AC
LOT 4 SUWANNEE RIVER OAKS SUBD
168/138 UTIL EASEMENT 177/67 &
632 193/640 193/641 201/269
495 180815-02240000-0070 214.89
ADAMS JACK & BARBARA JOAN 1.020AC
LOT 7 SUWANNEE RIVER OAKS SUBD
168/138 UTIL EASEMENT 177/67 &
632 193/640 193/641 201/269
496 190815-05800000-0170 HX 195.62
SPIRIT DON C & 2.020AC
LOTS 17 & 18 WOODLAND ACRES OF
AN UNREC PLAT OF HARVEY JARVIS
95/50 136/164 136/166 UTIL
497 190815-00000002-0000 2,076.21
TRIBBLE EVERETT & WANDA & 20.000AC
THE E 20A OF THE W 40 AOF ,,
NW/4 2005/4118
-498190815-00000013-OO00 1,186.29..
KLAUS KAREN 9.880AC
PCL 4 DESC AS BEGAT NE/C OF
SW/4 OF NE/4 GO S 330 FT AS
POB GO W 1304 FT GO S 330 FT
499 190815-00000015-0011 731.05
SMITH CHARLOTTE JANE 5.000AC
E/2 OF N/2 OF N/2 OF SW/4 OF
NE/4 184/220 UTIL EASEMENT,
232/71 2004/2260
500.190815-05800000-0070 585.71
ROACH ROBERT EUGENE 1.080AC
LOT 7 WOODLAND ACRES UNREC
PLAT OF HARVEY JARVIS CONT
1.08 AC 158/554 UTLY EASEMT
501 190815-05800000-0090 392.68
RUDD RONALD WAYNE JR 1.080AC
LOT 9 WOODLAND ACRES OF THE
UNREC PLAT OF HARVEY JARVIS
MTS & BDS DESC CONT 1.08
502 190815-05800000-0160 233.15
SPIRIT CHRISTINE 1.100AC
LOT 16 WOODLAND ACRES OF AN
UNREC PLAT OF HARVEY JARVIS
CONT 1.10 AC 95/50 136/164
503 200815-00000005-0020 HX 635.83
BARNES DANIEL A & NICOLE H 5.000AC
FOR POB COM AT SE/C OF S/4 OF
E/2 OF NW/4 OF NW/4 OF SEC.
THENCE RUN N 89 DEG W ALG S LN
504 290815-02270000-0070 62.37
THOMPSON JAMES A & THELMA L 8.210AC
LOT 7 BRADLAND UNREC SUBD CONT
8.21 AC 174/436 196/78 196/80
2004/2203
505 300815-00370000-0190 262.59
KING GWEN L KIBLER 0.500AC
LOTS 19 & 32 KUSHMER ADDIT TO
BELL
506 300815-00370000-0400 HX 195.62
KENNEDY RONDAKAY 0.230AC
LOT 40 KUSHMER ADDIT TO BELL
53/310 54/679 & 681 161/270
217/392 UTIL EASEMENT 219/464
507300815-00370000-0670 795.25
ARNOLD CHRISTINE M 0.250AC
LOT 67 KUSHMER ADDIT TO BELL
256/333 2001/3231 2002/472
2002/712
508 300815-00370000-0700 HX 1,205.77


SUTTON LARRY & MARY ANN 0.500AC
LOTS 70 & 77 KUSHMER ADD TO
BELL 99/396 124/582 126/47
128/287 150/534 201/205-206
509 300815-00370000-0760 147.51
BROWN THOMAS 0.250AC
LOT 76 KUSHMER ADDIT TO BELL
101/628 104/636-637 113/99
510 300815-00370000-0800 147.51
ARNOLD ALFRED D 0.250AC
LOT 80 KUSHMER ADDIT TO BELL
256/333 2001/3231 2002/472
2002/712
511 300815-00910000-0040 541.57


LAPUMA ROBERT
LOT 4 RIDGEVIEW SUBD CONT


TH URSDAY, MAY I U, 11, Z4, ZUU I %_"Lq JL JL y,_,


5.010AC










Section B. Pane Six


GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


THURSDAY, MAY 10, 17, 24, 2007


5.01 AC 47/117 79/555 83/173
230/608 230/610 280/118 UTIL
512 300815-00910000-0050 377.69
SCOTT BRADLEY 0 5.000AC
LOT 5 RIDGEVIEW SUBD CONT
5.003 AC 105/156 2002/3886
2002/3887 2003/3206 2003/3207
513 300815-00910000-0070 HX 615.03
CAMPBELL LEE R & LINDAS 5.010AC
LOT 7 RIDGEVIEW SUBDIVISION
CONT 5.005 AC 102/167 134/145
134/628 149/261 168/722 180/
514 300815-00910000-0140 699.96
SHORT PATRICIA 1.430AC
LOT 14 RIDGEVIEW SUBD 94/566
UTILITY EASEMENT 161/617 163/
391
515 310815-00000005-0010 1,270.63
SANDERS ROBERT LAVERNE 3.010AC
COM AT NW/C OF NE/4 OF NW/4
FOR POR THENCE GO S 00 DEG W
1318.64 FT THENCE GO S 89 DEG
516 310815-00000005-0085 HX 391.88
HERRIN BENITA REGAY 3.020AC
COM AT NW/C OF SE/4 OF NW/4
31-8-15 FOR POR THENCE RUN ALG
W LN OF SE/4 OF NW/4 S 30 FT
517 310815-02680000-0050 1,989.44 '
SERRANO VIRGILIO & MARIA H 0.910AC
LOT 5 SANDERS OAKS SUBD CONT
.91 AC 74/310 123/576-577 235/
301 244/252 247/317 259/621
518 310815-02680000-0070 412.22
HERRIN BENITA REGAY 1.040AC
LOT 7 SANDERS OAKS SUBD CONT
.91 AC 259/621 259/626 2003/
3773 2003/4597
519 310815-02680000-0080 662.47
WOODS DANIEL CHRISTOPHER & 1.100AC
LOT 8 SANDERS OAKS SUBD CONT
1.10 AC 74/109 75/606 76/155
171/525 204/433 225/318 225/
520 310815-02680000-0210 HX. 794.31
DAVIS BRAD DEAN & TONYA LYNN 0.910AC
LOT 21 SANDERS OAKS SUBD CONT
.91 AC 74/215 123/575 & 578
234/352 235/301 247/317 259/
521 310815-02680000-0230 412.22
DORNEVIL ERIC 0.910AC
LOT 23 SANDERS OAKS SUBD COUNT
.91 AC 74 215 123/575 & 578
234/352 235/301 247/317 259/
522 310815-02680000-0280 412.22
DORNEVIL ERIC 0.910AC
LOT 28 SANDERS OAKS SUBD CONT
.91 AC 74/310 123/576-577 235/
301 244/252 247/317 259/621
523 310815-02950000-0040 1,407.96
STEINHATCHEE INVESTMENTS INC 0.750AC
LOT 4 CUSTOM ESTATES 74/109
75/606 235/301 UTIL EASEMENT
250/16 247/317 259/109 296/243
524 320815-UUUUUU6-uUU 731.05 .i.1
JOHNSTON JAMES H JR 5.000AC
COM ON WBDYLN OF SEC 172 FT- .
S OF SW COR OF NW/4 OF SW/4 &
GO E 330 FT GO N PARALLEL WITH
525 320815-00000007-0020 1,516.80
GINDLESPERGER DONALD N & 10.000AC
N/4 OF NW/4 OF SW/4 COUNT 10
AC 101/534 & 538 114/136 116/
602 123/366 256/591 2005/3153
526 320815-00000012-0000 HX 2,512.25
JONES GRADY H SR & DEBORAH A 20.000AC
W 690 FT OF SE/4 OF SW/4
52/351 72/162-165 72/360 73/
521 130/519 135/304-306 166/
527 050915-00000001-0020 525.13
QUALITY CEMENT FINISHING INC 87.260AC
N/2 OF NE/4 & ALSO COM AT
NE/C OF SE/4 OF NE/4 OF
5-9-15 FORAPOB GO W 1307.22
528 050915-00940000-0040 HX 610.73
CONNER SHEILAM 5.870AC
TRACT 4 SANTA FE RANCHETTES
CONT 11.74 AC 101/696 145/398
172/5 185/150 LESS E 5.866 AC
529 050915-00940000-0050 HX .925.49
PELTO JOHN R & LISA A GLOVER 10.200AC
TRACT 5 SANTA FE RANCHETTES
CONT 10.20 AC 98/476 188/291
UTILITY EASEMENT 188/659 255/
530 050915-00940000-0090 HX 934.98
KEEF RONALD RICHARD & DEBRA 10.210AC
TRACT 9 SANTA FE RANCHETTES
CONT 10.21 AC 100/448 156/105
158/92 199/229 216/642 UTIL
531 050915-00940000-0120 HX 832.69
RAJCZI KATHERINE A & 11.020AC
LOT 12 SANTAFE RANCHETTS LG
METES & BDS DESC 11.02 AC
95/546 215/600 217/731 288/557
532 050915-00940000-0201 491.41
HOLLEY SCOTT L & DEANNA E 10.0.00AC
S 660 FT OF W 660 FT OF TRACT
20 SANTAFE RANCHETTES CONT 10
AC 98/77 107/107 187/542 187/
533 050915-01050000-0140 1,457.16
HUTCHINS MARK & 5.010AC
LOT 14 FLYING HARNESS FARM
CONT 5.01 AC 111/402 113/441
139/393 139/395 139/396 2004/
534 050915-01050000-0260 1,396.55
MORIN DONALD F 6.320AC
LOT 26 FLYING HARNESS FARMS


CONT 6.32 AC BEING IN SECT 7
& 8-9-15 109/567-568 110/ 442
535 060915-00000004-0041 418.89
GOMEZ NELLY G 1.440AC
COM AT NW/C OF 6-9-15 FOR POR
THENCE RUN ALG N LN OF SEC 6
N 88 bEG E 37.92 FT TO E R/W
536 070915-05250000-0030 1,501.05
STANSBERRY DONALD 5.000AC
LOT 3 OF REPLAT OF LOTS 27 &
28 OF GIL CREST FARM SUBD
CONT 5 AC 145/546 UTILITY
537 070915-05250000-0040 HX 424.25


SMITH BARBARA J
LOT 4 REPLAT OF LOTS 27 & 28


5.000AC


OF GIL CREST FARM SUBD CONT 5
AC 135/174 & 676 137/103 143/
538 080915-00750000-0420 2,183.88
SCOTT BARBARA 7.160AC
S/2 OF LOT 42 GIL CREST FARMS
SUBD DESC IN MTS & BDS DESC
CONT 7.164 AC 79/642 129/52
539 080915-01210000-0040 HX 195.62
MAURER ELIZABETH & 11.430AC
PARCEL 4 BEING A PORT OF LOTS
3 & ALL LOT 4 OF REPLAT OF
LOTS 1 & 2 GIL CREST FARM
540 080915-01240000-0240 HX 141.43
TRUMBLEY IOLA N 5.OOOAC
LOT 24 TROTTER FARMS SUBD
BEING IN 5-9-15 & 8-9-15 CONT
5 AC 145/563 226/005 UTIL
541 080915-01910000-0020 HX 1,104.55
STEWART WILLIAM JAMES & MARY 10.000AC
LOT 2 LAKEWOOD UNREC SUBD
BEING IN 5 & 8-9-15 CONT 10
AC 139/333 162/178 UTIL
542 080915-01910000-0140 HX 894.49
DARLING TERI 11.550AC
LOT 14 LAKEWOOD UNREC SUBD
CONT 11.55 AC 139/333 164/521
166/297 237/270 2001/2422
543 180915-00000007-0000 HX 195.62
PHILMAN KELLY J & CHERRI 40.000AC
SE/4 OF NW/4 DB 1/408 & 470
PIPELINE EASEMENT 202/292
204/358 2001/3069 ORDER OF
544 180915-00000012-0020 HX 796.83
REED LISA JOAN 5.000AC
COM AT SW/C OF NW/4 OF SW/4
OF 18-9-15 FOR POR THENCE RUN
ON S LINE OF NW/4 OF SW/4 N
545 200915-00000003-0005 HX 4,535.75
JORDAN RHONDA S 5.000AC
W 1 AC OF E 10.01 AC OF NW/4
OF NE/4 & COM AT NE/C OF NW/4
OF NE/4 20-9-15 FOR POR THENCE
546 300915-00000003-0000 93.59
BARRON NATHAN D 16.760AC
COM AT NW/C OF NE/4 OF SE/4 OF
30-9-15 FOR POB THENCE RUN ALG
N LN OF NE/4 OF SE/4 N 89 DEG
547 300915-00000003-0020 HX 428.56
BARRON NATHAN D & KASSIE R 5.160AC
COM AT NE/C OF SE/4 OF 30-9-15
OF A PT OF REFERENCE THENCE
RUN ALG E LN OF SAID SEC 30 S
548 091015-00000018-0000 707.19
BOATWRIGHT CHRISTOPHER W ET AL 0.120AC
COMMENCE 66 FT EAST OF SW
CORNER OF SE/4 OF SW/4 AS POB
RUN E 40 FTN 100 FT W 40 FT
549 091015-01080000-0430 HX 395.74
RICHBURG JESSICA PAIGE 0.360AC
LOTS 43 & 44 PINES ESTATES
SUBD 114/565 127/433 245/527
293/233 2000/1606 2000/1704
550 091015-01080000-0650 239.85
JEAN-FRANCOIS KESNEL & OLOUDE 0.180AC
LOT 65 PINES ESTATES SUBD
32/44 42/582 136/185 251/340
2001/5489 2002/636 2005/5358
551 091015-01080000-0690 HX 436.37
THOMAS JAMES R 0.360AC
LOTS 69 & 70 PINES ESTATES
SUBD 32/44 42/582 136/185 251/
340 2001/5489 2002/636 2002/
552 091015-01080000-0830 239.85
LUCAS DEBRA DENISE 0.180AC
LOT 83 PINES ESTATES SUBD
32/44 42/582 136/185 2001/1704
2002/3640
553 091015-01080000-0840' HX 93.3.7
LUCAS DEBRA DENISE 0.360AC
LOTS 84 & 105 PINE ESTATES
SUBD 32/44 42/582 125/598
136/185 187/517 292/57
554 091015-01080000-1040 239.85
MEDIAN PROPERTIES & 0.180AC
LOT 104 PINES ESTATES SUBD 32/
44 42/582 125/598 136/185
194/39 280/206 2004/3208 2004/
555 091015-01080000-1060 239.85
LUCAS DEBRA DENISE 0.180AC
LOT 106 PINES ESTATES SUBD
125/598 2002/3639 2002/3640
556 091015-01080000-1370 452.59
CARLISLE KAYE V 0.180AC
LOT 137 PINES ESTATE SUBD
114/565 117/53 127/433 170/11:
220/102 221/251 2000/2130:
557 091015-01080000-1400- HX 93.37
HARTWH& 0.180AC
LOT 140 PINES ESTATES SUBD
114/565 127/433 140/63 151/644
268/654 2000/1794 2004/858
558 091015-01080000-1480 832.47
WILKS JERRY C 0.190AC
LOT 148 PINE ESTATE SUBD
115/137 127/433 198/172 2004/
1671 2004/1671 2006/1726
559 111015-02370000-0010 HX 804.19
MCKOY KEITH 5.000AC
LOT 1 OAK HOLLOW NORTH CONT 5
AC 183/540 & 542 199/216 (
285/509 285/511 285/513 287/
560 111015-02370000-0060 632.00
DRUMMOND ERROL & 5.000AC
LOT 6 OAK HOLLOW NORTH SUBD
CONT 5 AC 177/41 2005/3937
2005/3938
561 111015-02370000-0090 HX 769.50
VALLEY STAFFORD J & 5.000AC
LOT 9 OAK HOLLOW NORTH COUNT 5
AC 179/256 271/159 2003/5236
562 111015-02370000-0280 632.00
BETANCOURT JOSE M REYES 5.000AC
LOT 28 OAK HOLLOW NORTH SUBD
CONT 5 AC 183/548
563 111015-02370000-0390 632.00


FLETCHER ANGEL L & 5.000AC
LOT 39 OAK HOLLOW NORTH SUBD
CONT 5 AC 184/284 244/439
245/417 2005/1399 2005/5445
564 111015-02370000-0420 HX 573.01
BEST CHUCK E & PATRICIA A 5.010AC
LOT 42 OAK HOLLOW NORTH CONT
5.05 AC 183/556 & 558 199/216
229/57 245/62 245/417 277/102
565 151015-00000001-0115 406.35
BIG BEND ENTERPRISES LC 1.670AC
COM AT NE/C OF LOT 4 TRENTON
26 EAST 1ST ADDIT FOR POB
THENCE RUN N 01 DEG W 12.96 FT
566 151015-02490000-0010 4,743.00
NAPAAUTO PARTS INC 3.390AC
LOT 1 TRENTON 26 EAST SUBD


CONT 3.42 AC 71/96 82/445
106/171 162/202 219/526 229/
567 161015-0046000A-0041
CHAPMAN SHARON & EUGENE
S 50 FT OF LOT 4 BLK A & LOT
5 BLKAHOLMES 1ST ADDIT
31/315 54/459 98/212 VACATED


2,119.71
0.450AC


568 161015-00480007-0010 HX 93.37
MC2 PROPERTIES LLC 0.100AC
E/2 OF LOT 1 BLK 7 TRENTON
ORIGINAL SURVEY 145/524 196/
720 243/209 263/461 2000/1746
5,69 161015-00000002-0000 2,483.45
SOUTHERN TRUSS INC 2.100AC
COM AT SW/C OF NE/4 16-10-15
FOR POR THENCE RUN N 01 DEG E
2213.15 FT THENCE RUN S 89 DEG
570 161015-00000013-0000 821.58
NEESE JOHN F & DONNA 0.450AC
BEG AT PT 668 FT N OF SW/C OF
SE/4 OF NE/4 OF 16-10-15 GO N
100 FT GO E 200 FT GO S 100
571 161015-00000031-0000 1,206.54
JENKINS WILTON EUGENE JR 0.460AC
BEG AT NW COR OF SE/4 OF
16-10-15 RUN E 1116 FTTO POB
GO S 258 FT GO E 100 GO N 258
572 161015-00000033-0010 2,941.66
SCR TRUST 1.130AC
COM AT NE/C OF SE/4 AS PT OF
REF GO N 87 DEG ALONG N LN
OF SE/4 210 FT GO S 01 DEG W
573 161015-00000037-0000 HX 93.37
APONE TANYA L 0.110AC
BEG AT NW/C OF NW/4 OF SE/4 OF
16-10-15 THENCE RUN S 551 FT
ALG W LN OF NW/4 OF SE/4
574 161015-00000040-0000 323.36
LUKE ROBERT C & SHIRLEY H 0.500AC
COM AT PT 492 FT N & 210 FT E
OF SW COR OF SW/4 OF NE/4 GO
E 105 FT GO N210 FT GO W 105
575 161015-00000046-0000 247.71
LUKE ROBERT C & SHIRLEY H 0.500AC
COM AT PT 492 FTN & 315 FT E
OF SW COR OF SW/4 OF NE/4 GO
E 105 FT N210 FT W 105 FT &
* 576 161015-00000053-0000 HX 1,286.66
PONCE MARK A & CYNTHIA W 0.440AC
COM AT A CONCRETE MONUMENT
SAID PT BEING THE INTERSECTION
OF W R/W LN OF NE SEVENTH ST
577 161015-00000054-0000 952.28
SOUTHERN TRUSS INC 0.500AC
COMBAT PT 580 FT W OF NE COR
OF NW/4 OF NE/4 RUN S 148 FT
W 297 FT & RUN IN NEARLY DIREC
578 161015-00000057-0000 126.50
NEW HAMPSHIRE & VERMONT 0.200AC
COM WHERE THE E BDRY LN OF
MAIN STREET INTERSECTS WITH N
BDRY LN OF JEFFERSON STREET
579 161015-00000094-0000 HX 93.37
WRIGHT PATRICIA G TRUSTEE 0.390AC
COM AT CENTER OF 16-10-15 FOR
APT OF REF GO S ALONG CENTER
LINE 660 FT GO E 240 FT TO
580 161015-00000095-0000 291.87
ROBINSON RILLA WILLIAMS & 0.390AC
COM AT CENTER OF 16-10-15 FOR
A PT OF REF GO S ALONG CENTER
LINE 660 FT GO E 411.25 FT TO
581 161015-0038000A-0120 HX 187.20
PRINCE WILLIAM J & CHARLENE 0.220AC
LOTS 12 & 13 BLKA COLEMAN &
ANDREWS SUBD 118/327 130/110
218/500 218/501 220/133 280/
582 161015-0038000B-0010 557.45
WEEKS FRANKLIN D JR 0.450AC
LOTS 1 2 52 & 53 BLK B
COLEMAN & ANDREWS SUBDIVISION
9-10-15 51/53 88/72 103/186
583 161015-0038000B-0100 HX 1,579.96
COLSON SAMUEL G JR & VIOLET C 1.140AC
LOTS 10-11-12-13-14-15-39-40
41-42 BLK B COLEMAN & ANDREWS
SUBD 9-10-15 100/242 107/442
584 161015-0038000B-0190 227.74
GILCHRIST DEVELOPERS INC 0.220AC
LOTS 19 & 20 BLK B COLEMAN &
ANDREWS SUBD 107/248-249
114/298-299 115/130-131 154/
585 161015-0038000C-0190 549.56
CASTOR PATRICKA & SANDRA 0.240AC
LOTS 19 & 20 BLK C COLEMAN &
ANDREWS SUBD 85/638 90/306
107/394 108/300 232/468 232/
586 161015-0038000C-0210 134.97
JOUVENAS SANDRA 0.120AC
LOT 21 BLK C COLEMAN &
ANDREWS SUBD 108/175 125/356
2002/5496
587 161015-0038000C-Q220 HX 390.44
JOUVENAS SANDRA 0.120AC
LOT 22 BLK C COLEMAN &
ANDREWS SUBD 91/480 & 482
125/303 2002/5496
588 161015-0038000C-0230 156.83
NEW HAMPSHIRE & VERMONT 0.180AC
LOT 23 BLK C COLEMAN &
ANDREWS SUBD 117/536-539
223/284 291/521-525 291/526
589 161015-0038000D-0050 244.23
HIGGINBOTHAM ROSS 0.240AC
LOTS 5 & 6 BLK D COLEMAN &
ANDREWS SUBD 106/684 110/277
115/129 120/327 120/459 182/
590 161015-0038000D-0070 HX 93.37
BROWN MARGARET& THOMAS DAVID E 0.120AC
LOT 7 BLK D ANDREWS-COLEMAN
SUBD 9-10-15 165/433 167/84
591 161015-0038000D-0130 368.99
POLENZ RICHARD L 0.120AC
LOT 13 BLK DANDREWS-COLEMAN
SUBD 164/567 221/73 223/365
249/192 2002/4216 2003/757
592 161015-0038000D-0150 186.75
POLENZ RICHARD L 0.120AC
LOT 15 BLK D ANDREWS-COLEMAN
SUBD 164/567 221/73 223/365
249/192 2002/4216 2003/757
593 161015-0038000D-0160 HX 93.37


KOHN SUSAN K 0.120AC
LOT 16 BLK D ANDREWS-COLEMAN
SUBD 164/567 221/73 223/365
249/192 2002/4216 2003/757
594 161015-00400009-0030 908.08
JOHNSON & SON LAND 0.340AC
LOT 3 BLK 9 PIEDMONT SUBD DB
17/531 208/227 216/392 216/393
216/394 244/413 2003/1823
595 161015-00400018-0030 HX 93.37


CANNON DELL RII
LOT 3 BLK 18 PIEDMONT SUBD
82/70 188/428 234/242 288/266
296/273


0.380AC


596 161015-0041000V-0180 179.23
MCDONALD ROBERT E & KATHERINE 0.110AC
LOT 18 BLK V BEACH ADDIT 69/
452 203/105 217/66 233/185
VACATING ALLEY 249/57 285/682
597 161015-0041000V-0190 HX 554.73
MCDONALD ROBERT E & KATHERINE 0.330AC
LOTS 19 20 & 21 BLK V BEACH
ADDIT 69/452 203/664 205/321
217/67 233/185 VACATING ALLEY
598 161015-0042000E-0010 1,205.04
WILLIAMS PATRICIA ANN & RILLA 0.340AC
LOTS 1 & 2 BLK E B F WILLIAMS
(100' X 150') 193/335 2000/
1964
599 161015-0042000E-0030 203.49
WILLIAMS W J MRS FRANCES 0.510AC
LOTS 3 7 8 BLK-E B F WILLIAMS
SUBD DB 6/127 4/441 135/117
193/335
600 161015-00440000-0090 HX 93.37
COLLINS WAYNE 0.270AC
LOT 9 AYERS ESTATES 82/305
236/197 2005/3816
601 161015-00440000-0100 HX 672.63
TROWBRIDGE RONALD 0.250AC
LOT 10 AYERS ESTATES 55/693
76/624 86/431 120/347 121/462
133/246 231/210 231/235 245/
602 161015-00440000-0340 659.15
FLETCHER LEONARD V 0.220AC
LOT 34 AYERS ESTATE SUBD 56/
197 68/31 80/169 90/671 171/
459 171/461 226/357 252/408
603 161015-00440000-0460 HX 989.15
CATHEY D ADAM & KENDRA L 0.420AC
LOTS 46 & 47 AYERS ESTATES
SUB 61/160 63/155 110/20 220/
526 2003/1525 2006/4916
604 161015-00440000-0530 HX 154.92
BISCHOFF ROBERT T 0.220AC
LOT 53 AYERS EST SUBD 80/169
123/71 141/216 160/230 175/32
183/61 224/226
605 161015-00440000-0740 HX 731.85
ELKINS DANIEL R 0.420AC
LOTS 74 & 75 AYERS ESTATE
122/544 124/468 148/86 122/406
258/526 2001/276 2001/1421
606 161015-00440000-0760 HX 289.16.
MOREHOUSE RICHIE ALLEN & 0.430AC
LOTS 76 & 77 AYERS ESTATES
48/81 81/588 & 567 46/236
97/107 101/238 122/406 174/04
607 161015-00440000-0910 607.37
NER TRUST 0.210AC
LOT 91 AYERS ESTATES SUBD
141/145 247/676 279/111
608 161015-00440000-0940 HX 479.69
GORDON CONSTANCE 0.420AC
LOTS 94 & 95 AYERS ESTATES
OR 74/406 88/67 107/214 122/
685 83/619 131/452-453 221/516
609 161015-00440000-1340 HX 198.11
LINDSEY MARIE L ETAL 0.210AC
LOT 134 AYERS EST SUBD 53/430
258/451 258/453 258/496 2006/ -
778
610 161015-00470002-0010 1,574.84
JOHNSON MAC.C & 0.410AC
LOTS 1 4 5 BLK 2 ROGERS &
JONES ADDIT DEED BOOK 16/568
28/162 LESS THE S 24 FT OF
611 161015-00470002-0070 33.74
COARSEY ROBERT & CARLA 0.140AC
LOT 7 BLK 2 ROGERS & JONES
ADDIT 80/72 101/368 185/14
249/98 249/99 252/189 270/24
612 161015-00470002-0100 45.84
COARSEY ROBERT & CARLA 0.280AC
LOTS 10 & 11 BLK 2 ROGERS &
. JONES ADDIT 101/368 185/14
249/98 249/99 252/189 270/24
613 161015-00480002-0050 HX 93.37
KITCHENS EUGENE & ELLEN 0.230AC
LOT 5 BLK 2 TRENTON ORIGINAL
SURVEY 95/433 96/184 VACATED
ALLEY 10 FT 97/294 123/588
614 161015-00480009-0050 \ 1,375.16
CASTOR CHRISTOPHER M & 0.230AC
LOT 5 BLK 9 TRENTON ORIGINAL
SURVEY 78/699 VACATED ALLEY
10 FT 98/615 157/75-76 159/
615 161015-00480010-0011 1,217.77
TOOKE MARKET '0.120AC
W/2 OF LOT 1 LESS TRA OFF E
SIDE & ERLY 35 FT OF LOT 2 &
ERLY 35 FT OF N/2 OF LOT 3 &
616 161015-00480022-0061 819.81
HATCH JAMES W 0.120AC
W/2 OF LOTS 6-7 BLK 22
TRENTON ORIGINAL SURVEY
52/410 124/129 130/604 LESS
617 161015-00480029-0030 HX 436.26
MYERS WENDY 0.150AC
LOT 3 BLK 29 TRENTON ORIGINAL
SURVEY 45/583 161/160 161/161
,231/241231/519 240/87 240/90
618 161015-00480032-0010 324.74
LEASOR CHARLENE J 0.220AC
LOT 1 BLK 32 TRENTON ORIG SURV
241/335 2004/3170
619 161015-00480033-0020 HX 870.55
GAGE CHARLES & SARA 0.430AC
LOTS 2-3 BLK 33 OR 47 PG 628
TRENTON ORIGINAL SURV 72/440
201/371 2005/4655
620 161015-00480038-0010 264.11
WILSON BEATRICE 0.260AC
LOT 1 BLK 38 TRENTON ORIGINAL
SURVEY 112/299 116/377
621 161015-00480040-0010 1,168.67
MURRAY ELANDA 0.460AC
LOT 1 & 4 BLK 40 TRENTON
ORIGINAL SURVEY 45/505 126/87


132/575 2003/6507 2004/6524
622 161015-00480041-0020 474.03
WILSON CHARLES J & 0.230AC
LOT 2 BLK 41 TRENTON ORIGINAL
SURVEY 50/204 211/160 2004/
3120-3121 2004/6458 2006/2170
623 161015-00480045-0011 335.88
PERRY CHARLIE & PERRY HENRY 0.230AC
E/2 OF LOTS 1 & 4 BLK 45
TRENTON ORIGINAL SURVEY 2002/
421
624 161015-00480046-0040 264.11


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LOT 4 BLK 46 TRENTON ORIGINAL
SURVEY 2002/421
625 161015-00480046-0060 335.88
BROWN LADONNA 0.320AC
LOT 6 BLK 46 TRENTON ORIGINAL
SURVEY & PART OF VACATED ST ON
N DB 9/233 57/597 120/673 214/
626 161015-00480047-0010 454.42
MCGEE JIMMY & DENNIS MCGEE 0.230 OAC
LOT 1 BLK 47 TRENTON ORIGINAL
SURVEY OR 73 PG 210 2000/2245
2000/2246
627 161015-00480047-0030 442.91
MCGEE TERESA & KATHY & JAMES 0.460AC
LOT 3 & 6 BLK 47 TRENTON
ORIGINAL SURVEY 57/119 57/321
190/622 190/624
628 161015-00480054-0010 506.62
WILSON GLEN R 0.080AC
LOTS 1 & 4 BLK 54 TRENTpN
ORIGINAL SURVEY 18/451
TAX DEED BK 1 PG 288 PROBATE
629 161015-00480056-0010 264.11
MCGEE DENNIS & 0.230AC
LOT 1 BLK 56 TRENTON ORIGINAL
SURVEY 282/454 282/405 2000/
1520
630 171015-00490004-0040 HX 94.38
MCGEE DENNIS 0.220AC
LOTS 4 & 5 BLK 4 WADE & BELL
ADDIT 119/177 282/405 282/454
2000/1508 2606/636
631 171015-00490005-0010 528&90
LANE LJ & MARIE 0.570AC
LOTS 1 2 & 3 BLK 5 WADE & BELL
ADDIT 216/448 238/436 238/437
282/405 282/454
632 171015-00490005-0050 214.62
LANE L J & MARIE 0.110AC
LOT 5 BLK 5 WADE & BELL ADDIT
216/448 282/405 282/454.
633 171015-00490005-0070 397.50
CARTER WILLIE MERLE 0.110AC
LOTS 7 8 9 BLK 5 WADE & BELL
ADDIT 142/62 165/52 & 60 282/,
405 282/454
634 171015-00490007-0070 219.09
ANDERSON WILLIE MAE 0.110AC
LOT 7 BLK 7 WADE & BELL 57/352
TAX DEED.262/239
635 171015-00490008-0070 264.11
WILSON GLORIA 0.230AC
LOTS 7 & 8 BLK 8 WADE & BELL
47/571,224/518 2004/3591
636 171015-00490010-0030 648.46
YARRELL PAMELA WILSON 0.230AC
LOTS 3 & 4 BLK 10 WADE & BELL'-
DEED BOOK 6/8 12/302 12/304
15/187 DEED BOOK 16/56 27/587
637 171015-00490010-0110 68.04
SIMS JOSPH MILTON 0.230AC
LOTS 11 & 12 BLK 10 WADE &
BELL 190/330 UTIL EASEMENT
245/10 31/91 DEED BOOK 1/592
638 171015-00490017-0050 142.85
SCOTT HELEN D & 0.110AC
LOT 5 BLK 17 WADE & BELL
ADDIT 282/405 282/454
639 171015-00490018-0070 4 46.66


GASKINSKE NT4E TH. -
LOTS 7 & 8 BLK 18 WADE & BELL,.
ADDIT 45/151 SUMMARY ADMINI-
STRATION CASE # 95-42 CP 239/


0.220AC


640 171015-00490019-0110 264.11
GASKINS KENNETH B 0.220AC
LOTS 11 & 12 BLK 19 WADE &
BELL SUMMARY ADMINISTRATION
CASE #95-42CP 245/402 282/405
641 171015-00000007-0000 4,135.16
PADOT DAVID & MARYANN 1.020AC
BEG AT NE COR OF SE/4 AS REF
PT GO S 00 DEG 54 MIN W 58 FT
TO PT ON SRLY R/W LN OF ST RD
642 171015-00000030-0000 HX 2,176.42
WILKS JERRY L & ARLENE LILLY 5.380AC
COM AT SW COR OF SW/4 OF SE
/4 GO ALG W LN OF SW/4 OF S
E/4 N 02 DEG W 947.72 FT GO N
643 171015-00000032-0012 262.17
LEASOR CHARLENE 0.640AC
COM AT NE/C OF SE/4 OF SE/4
17-10-15 FOR POR SAID-PT BEING
AN IRON PIPE THENCE RUN ALG E
644 171015-00000041-0000 2,732.85
WATSON JONATHAN ADAM, 21.580AC
N 3/4 OF NW/4 OF SE/4 LESS
EXTREME 6.5 AC ON E SIDE TO
KRESSMAN & LESS .39 AC RD R/W
645 171015-00490005-0100 HX 423.87
JACKSON LESSIE BEA 0.110AC
LOT 10 BLK 5 WADE & BELL
ADDITION 101/55 120/308 165/
634 166/112 176/651 282/405
646 171015-00490011-0030 HX 367.88
LANE L J & MARIE 0.230AC
LOT 3 BLK 11 WADE & BELL &
LOT 4 BLK 11 WADE & BELL
45/615 136/113 282/405 282/454
647 171015-00500000-0280 '. 691.98
DAVIS KENNETH R & ROBERTA L 0.400AC
LOT 28 PINEWOOD SUBD 45/209
123/117 226/641 2001/1920
2003/2818
648 171015-00500000-0360 HX 1,538.33
SHINABERRY EUGENE & CRYSTAL 0.400AC
LOT 36 PINEWOOD SUBD 49/257
62/506 117/596 238/687 290/522
2004/2028 2004/6389 2005/737
649 171015-00500000-0410 1,710.45
HATTEY MARICA LYN TRUSTEE 0.690AC
LOTS 41 & 42 PINEWOOD SUBD
54/53 LESS EASEMENT 61/690 &
689 183/133 2005/5660 2006/783
650 171015-00500000-0480 HX 718.54
MCWILLIAMS SHARON K & DAVID A 0.400AC
LOT 48 PINEWOOD SUBD 46/347
68/581 77/520 79/606 116/55
186/92 189/61 267/653 2001/
651 171015-00500000-0500 1,273.66
ROBERTS CHRISTOPHER A & 0.400AC
LOT 50 PINEWOOD SUBD 47/108
102/256-257 113/274 125/267
136/153 160/83 253/292 2000/
652 171015-00510000-0080 HIX 667.64
SECRET PATRICIA ANN 0.340AC
LOT 8 SCHOFIELD BROTHERS SUBD
107/561
653 171015-00510000-0390 HX 633.82
WIGGINS DANIEL M & ANGELA L ,0.340AC
LOT 39 SCHOFIELD BROS SUBD OR
60/145 112/313 120/351 239/523
285/114 2000/618


654 171015-00510000-0440
CANNON LAURA J
LOT 44 SCHOFIELD BROS SUBD OR
56 PG 48 & 49 84/399 85/329
255/434 255/436 256/681 271/


HX
0).330AC


362.35


655 171015-00510000-0480 HX 876.22
CASON AMBY JAMES II 0.340AC
LOT 48 SCHOFIELD BROTHERS
SUBD 113/67 114/267 133/446
140/51 149/460 177/001 222/22
656 181015-00760001-0000 210.94
WILSON EDWARD MICHAEL & 0.440AC
LOT 1 LANCASTER ESTATES
17-10-15 77/490 83/676
102/390 102/671 114/609
657 181015-00760002-0000 210.94
WILSON EDWARD MICHAEL & 0.440AC
LOT 2 17-10-15 LANCASTER
ESTATES 78/346 114/609
115/106 118/266 127/354 LESS
658 181015-00760003-0000 210.94
WILSON EDWARD MICHAEL & 0.440AC
LOT 3 LANCASTER ESTATES
17-10-15 77/617 127/360-362
176/12 279/113 2003/1311 2003/
659 181015-00760004-0000 1,642.49
WILSON EDWARD MICHAEL & '2.020AC
LOT 4 & 5 LANCASTER ESTATES
17-10-15 78/185 85/348 88/68
90/166-167 101/559 102/'
660 181015-00760010-0000 HX 1,221.29
CASTOR PATRICK A & DENISE L 2.180AC
LOT 10 LANCASTER ESTATES
17-10-15 77/540 132/146 LESS
.12 AC RD R/W 148/305 190/477
661 181015-01770000-0120 824.90
GILMER JAMES EDWARD JR 5.000AC
LOT 12 1 ST ADDIT LANCASTER EST
SUBD LESS 1.256 AC IN SEC
18-10-15 82/597 88/9 94/534
662 181015-01770000-0140 1,371.74
HENDRICKS DAN L & LUCY J 5.000AC
LOT 14 1ST ADDITION LANCASTER
EST SIJBD BEING IN SEC 17-10-15
82/597 88/9 94/534 127/639
663 181015-01770000-0150 HX 316.11
BOSTIC DOUGLAS R & LINDA L 5.500AC
LOT 15 LANCASTER ESTATES 1ST
ADDITION 17-10-15 CONT 5.50
AC 128/463 131/391 UTILITY
664 181015-01770000-0180 HX 65.10
RIESER BRENDA 5.000AC
LOT 18 LANCASTER ESTATES 1ST
ADDITION IN 17-10-15 CONT
5.00 AC 128/463 163/301 244/
665,181015-01960000-0010 HX 1,085.51
CAMERON PAUL L & ARLENE O. 7.010AC
N/2 OF LOT 21 LANCASTER EST
ALSO KNOWN AS LOT 1 REPLAT
LTS 20 & 21 LANCASTER ESTATES
666 201015-00000008-0000 HX 2,481.78
RIDGEWAY DUANE J 28.940AC
COM AT SE COR OF N/2 OF NW /4
AS POB GO ALG S.LN OF N/2 OF
NW/4 S 88 DEG W 1363.40 FT
667 211015-00000010-0010 HX 416.04
GAMBLE PATRICIA G & 2.950AC
COM AT NW/C OF SW/4 OF NW/4
OF 21-10 15 AS PT OF REF GO E
689.69 FT TO POB CONT E
668 211015-00000010-0020 .0'3
DREAM BUILDERS DEVELOPMENT i ti" I"C' C
COM AT SE/C OF SW/4 OF NW/4
21-10-15 FOR POR THENCE RUN N
02 DEG W 1010.57 FT THENCE S
669 211015-00000011-0000 HX 369.62
LOVETT KENT & SHAWN 2.080AC
COM AT NE/COR OF NE/4 OF SW/4
FOR POB GO S 88 DEG 27 MIN 02
SEC W 541.76 FT TO NEARLY RW
670 211015-00000012-0000 HX 195.62
LOVETT KENNETH & PHYLLIS 1.920AC
LONG METES & BDS DESC IN OR
46 PGS 301 & 302 AND ALSO
METES & BDS DESC IN OR 67/427
671 211015-00590000-0060 HX 454.03
WRIGHT KAREN SUE 1.000AC
LOT 6 ROGERS SUBDIVISION
87/138 118/350 128/450
162/194 226/134
672 211015-03350000-0010 688.50
DAVIS TREVOR 0.520AC
LOT 1 QUAIL RUN SUBD 16/556
155/414 236/659 285/105 UTIL
EASEMENT 2000/4055 2001/4817
673 211015-03350000-0020 688.50
DAVIS TREVOR 0.500AC
LOT.2 QUAIL RUN SUBD 16/556 i
155/414'236/659 285/105 UTIL
EASEMENT 2000/4055 2001/4817
674 211015-03350000-0030 688.50
ROBERT LUKE CONSTRUCTION 0.560AC
LOT 3 QUAIL RUN SUBD 16/556
155/414 236/659 285/105 UTIL
EASEMENT 2000/4055 2001/4817
675 211015-03350000-0040 688.50
DAVIS TREVOR 0.700AC
LOT 4 QUAIL RUN SUBD 16/556
155/414 236/659 285/105 UTIL
EASEMENT 2000/4055 2001/4817
676 211015-03350000-0050 688.50
DAVIS TREVOR 0.490AC
LOT 5 QUAIL RUN SUBD 16/556 '
155/414 236/659 285/105 UTIL
EASMENT 2000/4055 2001/4817
677211015-03350000-0060 688.50
DAVIS TREVOR 0.510AC
LOT 6 QUAIL RUN SUBD 16/556
155/414 236/659 285/105 UTIL
EASEMENT 2000/4055 2001/4817
678 211015-03350000-0070 688.50
DAVIS TREVOR 0.490AC
LOT 7 QUAIL RUN SUBD 16/556
155/414 236/659 285/105 UTIL
EASEMENT 2000/4055 2001/4817
679 211015-03350000-00,80 688.50
DAVIS TREVOR 0.610AC
LOT 8 QUAIL RUN SUBD 16/556 '
155/414 236/659 285/105 UTIL
EASEMENT 2000/4055 2001/4817


680 211015-03350000-0090 688.50
DAVIS TREVOR 0.660AC
LOT 9 QUAIL RUN SUBD 16/556
155/414 236/659 285/105 UTIL
EASEMENT 2000/4055 2001/4817
681 211015-03350000-0100 688.50


DAVIS TREVOR
LOT 10 QUAIL RUN SUBD 16/556
155/414 236/659 285/105 UTIL
EASEMENT 2000/4055 2001/4817
682 211015-03350000-0110
DAVIS TREVOR
LOT 11 QUAIL RUN SUBD 16/556


0.570AC


0.500AC


688.50


155/414 236/659 285/105 UTIL
EASEMENT 2000/4055 2001/4817
683 221015-00000004-0000
MARINE MAINTENANCE SERVICE OF
COM ATNW/C OF 22-10-15 FOR
POR THENCE RUN ALG W LN OF SEC
22 S 40.01 FT OF S R/W LN OF


3,767.02
5.510AC


684 221015-00000005-0020 HX 676.13
WILSON ROY MURRAY JR 5.230AC
COMMENCE AT NW/C OF 22-10-15
FOR A POINT OF REFERENCE,
THENCE RUN ALONG NORTH LINE
685 221015-00000007-0010 HX 846.76
BEACH JANICE E GRANT 5.300AC
COM AT SW/C OF 22-10-15 GO N
379.46 FT TO NRLY R/W OF CO
RD 339 & POB CONT N 747.47 FT
686 221015-00000007-0011 HX 130.22
*SARTORI MARY E 2.500AC
COM AT SW/C OF 22-10-15 FOR
POR THENCE RUN ON W LN OF SAID
SEC 22 N 417.74 FT THENCE RUN
687 221015-00000007-0095 HX 3,134.54
PLEIMAN JACOB C & HEATHER N 5.000AC
COM AT SW/C 22-10-15 FOR POR
THENCE RUN ALG W LN OF SEC 22
N 1876.67 FT THENCE N 86 DEG E
688 231015-00000010-0050 466.20
STULL RODNEY B 2.600AC
SE/4 OF SW/4 63/547 70/286 91/
205 108/602 112/586 113/593
230/441 236/328 287/270 LESS
689 241015-00000004-0010 182.69
ROGERS DINA MICHELLE 6.700AC
SRLY 221 FT OF NE/4 OF NW/4
OF 24-10-15 LESS SRLY 33 FT
PREV DEEDED 119/488 '& LESS CO
690 261015-00000004-0000 HX 608.57
JONES SANDRA LEE 2.110AC
COM AT NW/C 26-10-15 THENCE
RUN E TO E R/WLN OF CR 319
FOR POB THENCE RUN E ALG N LN
691 261015-00000004-0030 1,774.23
STULL RODNEY B 10.440AC
E/2 OF N/2 OF N/2 OF NW/4 LESS ,'
RD R/W LESS 2.02 AC TO HENRY
63/547 70/286 91/205 108/602
692 261015-03220000-0080 857.96
DOUGLAS SHAW-NAY 2.030AC
LOT 8 OAK LEAF 63/547 70/286
91/205 108/602 110/97 112/586
113/596 230/441 236/328 287/
693 281015-00000004-0010. HX 1,533.08
LINDSEY TIMOTHY E & MARIE E 2.500AC
TRACT A DESC AS COM AT SE/C OF
NW/4 OF 28-10-15 FOR POB
THENCE RUN ALG E LN OF NW/4 N
694 281015-03070000-0020 HX 1,598.18
PORTER DIANE 2.000AC
LOT 2 COUNTY LINE PINES 214/
663 2004/2488 2004/6764
695 291015-00000002-0000 1,510.68
JOHNSON MAC C & DANA D 1.660AC
COM AT NE/C OF SECT GO S
1327.72 FT GO N 89 DEG W
65.63 FT TO POB CONT N 89 DEG
696 291015-00000002-0015 3,175.83
JOHNSON MAC C & DANAD 3.790AC
COM AT SW/C OF NE/4 OF NE/4 OF
29-10-15 FOR POR THENCE RUN
ALG S LN OF NE/4 OF NE/4 S 89
697 190716-00000001-0040 4,172.37
GEIGER WILLIAM BART & GINAL 40.190AC
COMAT SE/C OF 19-7-16 AS PT
OF REF GO N 2456.36 FT GO N
58 DEG W 254.55 FT GO N59 DEG
698 190716-00000007-0000 HX 263.32
LAND MATILDA J 5.000AC
S/2 OF NW/4 OF SW/4 OF SE/4
66/427 130/521 137/379 2005/
221-225
699 190716-01720000-OOFO 1,490.97
MCKINNON DAVID C 6.000AC
LOT F BARNES UNREC SUBD MTS &
BDS DESC 65/279 72/474 163/10
208/260 273/519 2000/1927
700 300716-00000002-0010 HX 279.08
DOUGLAS SAMUEL & LINDA 2.000AC
BEG AT NE/C OF NE/4 OF NW/4
GO W 300 FT S 300 FT E 300 FT
& N 300 FT TO POB OR 61/230 &
701 300716-00000006-0020 HX 195.62 .
CREWS STANLEYK 4.870AC
FOR POR COM AT SE/C OF LOT 8
K-K-L&S ESTATES THENCE RUN N *
87 DEG E ALG NORTHERLY R/W LN
702 300716-00570000-0010 535.65
NORSWORTHY GERARD 2.540AC
LOT 1 OF K K L & S ESTATES
CONT 2.54 AC 177/318 207/512
286/356
703 3007.16-00570000-0050 HX 195.62
WARD MABLE BONITA 2.540AC
LOT 5 K K L & S ESTATE SUBD
CONT 2.54 AC 159/8 198/169
198/170 UTIL EASEMENT 281/37
704 300716-00570000-0130 HX 941.87
MARTIN RONALD & CHRISTINA 4.250AC
LOT 13 KK L &S ESTATES CONT
4.24 AC 195/576 UTIL EASEMENT
199/337 221/524 286/356 2001/
705 320716-00000008-0000 255.18
PINE RIDGE PLANTATION I LLC 80.000AC
S/2 OF SE/4 91/413-419 107/
35-39 295/135 2004/6717 2004/ '
4504 2004/4505 2005/2823
706 330716-00000008-0000 3,536.07
PINE RIDGE PLANTATION I LLC 40.000AC
SW/4 OF SW/4 91/413-419 107/
35-39 295/135 2003/6717 2004/
4504 2004/4505 2005/2823
707 360716-00000003-0010 1,496.42
1887 FAMILY LTD PARTNERSHIP 10.000AC
FOR A POR COM AT EXISTING
CONCRETE MONUMENT MARKING SE/C
OF 36-7-16 (SAID MONUMENT
S708,010816-00000009-0000 1,863.11
1887 FAMILY LTD PARTNERSHIP 3.500AC
COM AT PT OF INTERSECT OF
1-8-16 WITH N R/W LN OF CO RD
NO 340 (100 FT RD R/W) FOR
709 010816-00000005-0010 369.62


WALSH SHARON ELAINE 5.000AC
S/2 OF S/2 OF W/2 OF SW/4 OF
SW/4 73/362 77/560 81/216
84/41 103/494-495 173/327 184/
710 010816-00000005-0011 400.15
WALSH SHARON E 15.000AC
W/2 OF SW/4 OF SW/4 LESS 5 AC
SPLIT OUT 73/362 77/560 81/216
84/41 103/494-495 172/327 184/
711 010816-00000005-0030 HX 491.96


HOLLEY HEATHER RENEE
FOR POB COM AT NW/C OF NE/4
OF SW/4 OF SW/4 GO S 210 FT
GOE 210 FTGO N 210 FTGOW


1.OOOAC


S712 020816-00000004-0010 HX 1,681.32
NOBLES IDA MAE 73.700AC
,SE/4 OF SE/4 LESS 4 AC IN NE/C
& ALSO ERLY 820 FT OF SW/4 OF
SE/4 & ERLY 820 FT OF NW/4 OF
713 020816-00000004-0011 341.06
NOBLES IDA M 2.000AC
COM AT NE/C OF SE/4 OF SE/4 OF
2-8-16 FOR POR THENCE RUN ON
E LN OF SE/4 OF SE/4 S 295.17
714 020816-00000004-0030 117.44
NOBLES IDA MAE 23.300AC
ERLY 916 FT OF NW/4 OF SE/4
LYING N OF CO RD 340 & SRLY
600 FT OF ERLY 916 FT OF SW/4
715 040816-00720002-0050 HX 3,397.23
OVWIGHO GODFREY 0 4.810AC
LOT 5 BLOCK 2 UNIT 2 SPRING
RIDGE SUBD 180/222 266/274
267/302 267/304 UTIL EASEMENT
1 716 040816-00720006-0060 HX 1,253.67
MORTON.STEVEN L & LISA F 0.990AC
LOT 6 BLOCK 6 UNIT 2 SPRING
RIDGE SUBD 180/219 186/355
267/302,267/304 2000/2233
717 040816-07300005-0030 3,616.75
CALVERT JOY L 2.220AC
LOTS 3 & 4 BLK 5 UT 3 SPRING
RIDGE SUBD CONT 2 AC 99/74
195/517 213/517 UTIL EASEMENT
718 040816-07400001-0020 1,092.26
FLOYD TODD 4.620AC
LOT 2 BLK 1 UT 4 SPRING RIDGE
SUBD 94/69 161/28 244/166 267/
309 2002/903 UTIL EASEMENT
719 040816-07800000-0060 HX I.0i2.52
GRIFFITH JAMES R & DENAANN 2.320AC
LOTS 6 & 7,SPRING RIDGE
RANCHETTES CONT 2.32 AC 87/691
93/522 198/318 236/243 267/313
720 050816-00000002-0030 336.00
PINE RIDGE PLANTATION I LLC 120.000AC
NW/4 OF NE/4 & N/2 OF NW/4
2004/4504 2004/4505 2005/2823
721 060816-00000007-0020 3,941.08
DANISON JEFF & MICHELLE 32.420AC "
COM AT SW/C OF E/2 OF NW/4 OF
6-8-16AS PT OF REF GON 371.
63 FT TO POB CONTN 536.81 FT
722 070816-01020000-0090 HX 195.62
CROSBY THOMAS CARL 5.270AC
LOT 9 HIGH SPRINGS HEIGHTS'
SUBD CONT 5.27 AC 213/139
UTIL EASEMENT 215/431 2001/
723 070816-01020000-0140 1,794.56
CHARLES CHERYL J & 5.270AC
LOT 14 HIGH SPRINGS HEIGHTS
SUBD CONT 5.27 AC 144/342
UTILITY EASEMENT 157/336 162/
724 070816-01020000-0210 HX 674.84
MARTIN THETIS ELLEN 5.750AC
LOT 21 HIGH SPRINGS HEIGHTS
SUBD CONT 5.749 105/579 149/
262 UTLY EASEMT 158/704 2002/5
725 070816-01020000-0300 HX 223.92
FLEMMING DANIEL L & 5.280AC
LOT 30 HIGH SPRINGS HEIGHTS
SUBD CONT 5.275 AC 105/267:"
147/577 149/89 212/675 UTIL
726 070816-01020000-0320 HX 195.62
FLEMMING GALE MARIE 5.270AC
LOT 32 HIGH SPRINGS HEIGHTS
SUBD CONT 5.27 AC 147/573
182/ 398 UTLY EASEMENT 184/56
727 070816-01020000-0350 HX 624.14
SCHNITTGER BRUCE R & 6.470AC
LOT 35 HIGH SPRINGS HEIGHTS
SUBD CONT 6.466 AC 104/379
136/177 UTILITY EASEMENT 156/
728 100816-00000004-0010 1,206.14
SWEAT MARCUS E & DOLORES J 10.050AC
COM AT NW/C OF SW/4 OF
10-8-16 FORAPT OF REF GO S
ALONG W LN OF SEC 2323.02 FT
729 100816-00740000-0010 HX 387.96
GUARNERA PADDYN & 5.070AC
LOT 1 SANTA FE FOREST SUBD
70/ 691 223/449 231/516 235/17
235/18 UTIL EASEMENT 242/355
730 100816-00740000-0140 636.54
SIMMONS SELDON W & FLORENCE E 5.030AC
LOT 14 SANTA FE FOREST SUBD
70/694 173/603 208/688 223/449
2000/3021 UTIL EASEMENT 2006/
731 100816-00740000-0170. HX 369.11
RUFF MARY ANN & MAGDALENE MARY 5.010AC
LOT 17 SANTA FE FOREST SUBD
87/641 88/540-542 156/380
UTILITY EASEMENT 200/611 202/
732 100816-00740000-0200 HX 1,311.56
GAYLORD EMMETT JR 5.210AC
LOT 20 SANTAFE FOREST SUBD
OR 72/189'82/266 101/43 & 695
108/590 144/82 2005/6877 2006/


733 110816-00000002-0000
MOBLEY WILLIAM C JR & JUDITH C
BEG AT NE COR OF NW/4 11-8-
16 E S APP 330 FT TO POB THEN
S TO SE COR OF NW/4 GO W 1510


HX 979.34
S7 000AC


734 110816-00000007-0010 349.95
SIMMONS SELDON W & FLORENCE 1.000AC
COM AT NE/C OF W/2 OF NW/4 GO
S 1075.4 FT GO W 524 FT GO S
195.6 FT TO POB FROM POB CONT
735 110816-00000008-0020 870.79
SIMMONS SELDON W & FLORENCE E 6.000AC
6 AC M/L DESC AS FOLLOWS BEG
AT APT 1466.5 FT S & 532. 5
FT W OF NE/C OF W/2 OF NW/4
736 110816-00000013-0030 HX 1,256.10'
ANDREI WENDY L, 10.000AC
COM AT SW/C OF S/2 OF SE/4 GO
S 89 DEG E ALONG S BDRY OF
S/2 OF SE/4 656.15 FT TO POB
737 110816-00000013-0080 HX 1,247.42
BASS DAVID L 7.810AC
COM AT SE/C OF 11-08-16
THENCE RUN N 00 DEG ALONG E
BDRY OF SECTION 820.63 FT TO
738 140816-00000002-0130 1,222.16
LOGAN KATHERINE J 10.060AC.
SE/4 OF SW/4 OF SE/4 (LOT 13)
CONT 10,06 AC TOGETHER
W/EASEMENT 222/632 UTIL
739 140816-00000001-0008 HX 266.73


SNYDER JULIAN B JR & DOLERAS C
NE/4 OF NE/4 OF NE/4 OF NE/4
2.50 AC 89/518 94/678 95/158
108/669 122/209-210 150/188


2.500AC


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THURSDAY, MAY 10, 17, 24, 2007


740 140816-00000003-0030 HX 394.27
GARCIA CECILIO & NOEL GARCIA 22.120AC
COM AT IR PI AT SW/C OF 14-8-
16 AS PT OF REF GO E ALONG S
LN OF SEC 2644.72 FT TO SE/C
741 150816-00000001-0071 789.74
MCLEOD WILLIAM DAVIDSON JR 5.420AC
FOR A POR COM AT SW/C OF
15-8-16 GO E 175 FT TO W LN OF
100 FT WIDE POWERLINE EASEMENT
742 150816-00000001-0074 772.72
LUBIN DIEUDONNE & MICHELLE J 6.620AC
PARCEL D DESC AS COM AT SW/C
15-8-16 THENCE RUN N 88 DEG E
ALG S LN THEREOF 307 FT
743 150816-00000001-0090 .HX 342.18
EDENFIELD RICKY D & RHONDA 5.000AC
FOR A POR COM AT SW/C OF SAID
SEC 15 AND RUN N 88 DEG E ALG
S LINE OF SEC 15 2243.10 FT.
744 150816-02200000-0180 922.00
PIERCE PATTI & JAMES 5.160AC
LOT 18 HIGH SPRINGS HIGHLANDS
SUBD CONT 5.16 AC 202/520
205/482 206/262 UTIL EASEMENT
745 150816-02200000-0190 HX 173.64
CROSS ROSS L & ELORAA 5.170AC
LOT 19 HIGH SPRINGS HIGHLANDS
SUBD CONT 5.17 AC 202/520
205/ 482 208/362 UTILITY
746 150816-02200000-0210 736.26
ISAACSON JEFFREY D 5.000AC
LOT 21 HIGH SPRINGS HIGHLANDS
SUBD 5 AC 202/520 205/482
2002/3055
747 160816-00000001-0130 1,883.28
ANDERSEN LARS 23.880AC
PARCEL 13 CONT 23.88 AC DESC
AS COMBAT SE/C OF 16-8-16 GO
W ALONG S LN OF SEC 16
748 160816-00000002-OOOA HX 731.30
DEXTER LINDA S 5.010AC
PARCEL A CONT 5.01 AC DESC AS
COM SW/C OF SEC GO N 40 FT TO
POB CONTN 695.28 FT GO E 313.
749 160816-00000002-00B1 HX 195.62
WILLIAMS JOHN P 3.020AC
FOR POR COM AT SW/C OF 16-8-16
& THENCE RUN N ALG W LN OF SEC
16 40.01 FTTOAPTTHENCE RUN
750 160816-02340000-0070 HX 928.86
AVERY K WILLIAM & ETHEL M 5.010AC
LOT 7 OAK HILL SUBD CONT 5.01
AC 166/634 166/692 167/167
UTILITY EASEMENT 178/289 191/
751 170816-02070000-0110 lHX 370.56
DAVIS LISA 10.000AC
LOT 11 APPALOOSA TRAILS SUBD
UNREC CONT 10 AC 171/475
224/189 225/565 225/568 UTIL
752 170816-02070000-0140 HX 322.75
CHANDLEY LEE S 20.030AC
LOTS 14 & 19 APPALOOSA TRAILS
UNREC SUBD CONT 20.03 AC 156/
377 167/6 170/331 171/518
753 170816-02070000-0180 HX 324.76
HUNTER JAMES E 10.000AC
LOT 18 APPALOOSA TRAILS SUBD
UNREC CONT 10 AC 173/308 182/ a ,:
421 187/529 187/531 241/512 "
754 170816-02070000-0260 i X 1,038.85
BLACKFORD FRANCIS E JR & 20.000AC
LOTS 26 & 31 APPALOOSA TRAILS
SUBD UNREC 166/368 UTIL EASE-
MENT 173/46 252/603 264/501
755 170816-02070000-0580 1,322.85
SANTIAGO LUIS H & ROSA 9.980AC
LOT 58 APPALOOSA TRAILS SUBD
CONT 9.98 AC & DESC IN MTS &
BDS DESC 172/255
756 170816-02070000-0740 HX 195.62
PITTMAN MICHAEL S & DEBORAH J 10.030AC
LOT 74 APPALOOSA TRAILS SUBD
CONT 10.03 AC DESC IN LONG
MTS & BDS 175/110 190/677
757 200816-00000001-0010 967.89
LANGFORD DENNIS 5.500AC
THAT PART OF E/2 OF NW/4
LYING S OF SCL RR R/W CONT
5.5 AC M/L 111/565
758 200816-02110000-0150 HX 772.07
BRADY MARK D & ELIZABETH A 5.040AC
LOT 15 SILVER RIDGE SUBD CONT.
5.04 ACRES 167/9 189/241 189/
243 UTILITY EASEMENT 200/73
759 200816-02110000-0200 944.82
D'AYON MICHELLE 5.000AC
LOT 20 SILVER RIDGE SUBD CONT
5.00 ACRES 211/27 225/624
760 200816-02110000-0240 HX 1,046.54
WIRTA LEONA MARGARET 5.000AC
- LOT 24 SILVER RIDGE SUBD CONT
5 AC 168/555 210/191 218/440
276/669 2003/3374 2003/4329
761 200816-02110000-0280 1,526.57
FURMANEK MICHAEL E 5.000AC
LOT 28 SILVER RIDGE SUBD CONT
5 AC 168/549 210/190 212/44
212/603 UTIL EASEMENT 2003/312
762 200816-02110000-0380 944.82
WELTY SCOTT & MAUREEN 5.000AC
LOT 38 SILVER RIDGE SUBD CONT
5AC 159/217 160/685 161/184
2003/5381 2004/6896 2005/5415
763 200816-02110000-0450 944.82
WELTY SCOTT & MAUREEN 5.000AC
LOT 45 SILVER RIDGE SUBD CONT
5 AC 160/682 2003/5388 2004/
6903 2005/5415
764 220816-00000002-0010 146.22
ESFANDIARI JAY Y 56.240AC
AS POB COM AT NW/C OF NE/4 OF
22-8-16 GO E ALONG N LN OF
SEC 1534.47 FT GO S 1602.16
765 220816-02920000-0040 1,335.99


PANTOJAALECKSANDRA 10.000AC
LOT 4 FOOTHILL FARMS UT 1
87/33-42 104/93-94 107/513
160/106 166/695 171/406 & 409

766 220816-02930000-0050 1,335.99
HULL HERMAN JOHN II 10.OOOAC
LOT 5 FOOTHILL FARMS UT 2 CONT
10.001 AC 104/93 160/106 166/
695 184/225-233 295/625 2001/
767 230816-03230000-0280 HX 860.41
FLEMING TIMOTHY S AND/OR 5.000AC
LOT 28 MILLHOPPER ESTATES UT 21
CONT 5 AC 166/695 245/274
UTIL EASEMENT 250/626 2004/
768 230816-03230000-0380 858.31
FIEDLER TERRY L 5.110AC
LOT 38 MILLHOPPER ESTATES UT 2


CONT 5.11 AC 226/314 2001/3139
769 230816-00000002-0010
KNIGHT WILLIAM KYLE & LAYNE B
W/2 OF THE FOLLOWING DESC
PROP FOR A POR COM AT NW/C OF.
23-08-16 THENCE RUN N 88 DEG
770 230816-02230000-0040
DEANE DONALD P & SUSANNE B
LOT 4 UNIT 1 MILLHOPPER EST
183/379 UTILITY EASEMENT
185/672 210/44 UTIL EASEMENT


1HX 1,155.77
20.000AC


HX 377.34.
5.010AC


771 230816-03230000-0360 858.31
TORDELLA MANUEL SIMON M & 5.110AC
LOT 36 MILLHOPPER EST UNIT 2
CONT 5.11 AC 230/612 238/421
2005/2345
772 240816-00000003-0030 HX 888.31
MALLARD JOHN D & TRACY L 9.000AC
N/2 OF W/2 OF SW/4 OF SW/4
LESS THE NORTH 20 FEET
THEREOF CONTAINING 9 AC
773 240816-08920000-0020 1,318.40
CASON HORACE ALLAN & APRIL M 5.OOOAC
LOT 2 2ND ADDIT CAIN MILL
WOOD SUBD CONT 5 AC 2001/316
2001/2129 UTIL EASEMENT 2002/,
774 240816-08920000-0030 HX 594.18
SEAY MYRTLE M 5.000AC
LOT 3 2ND ADDIT CAIN MILL
WOOD SUBD CONT 5 AC UTILITY
EASEMENT 165/492 183/166 185/
775 240816-08920000-0060 HX 328.61
ROSE WILLIAM DAVID 5.000AC
LOT 6 2ND ADDIT CAIN MILL
WOOD SUBD CONT 5 AC UTLY
EASEMT 172/156 174/130 2001/
776 240816-08920000-0110 HX 832.73
RENO RAYMOND W & EDIE L 5.OOOAC
LOT 11 2ND ADDIT CAIN MILL
WOODS SUBD CONT 5 AC UTILITY
EASEMENT 187/54 188/383 2001/
777 240816-08920000-0120 840.55
RENO RAYMOND W & EDIE L 5.000AC
LOT 12 2ND ADDIT CAIN MILL
WOODS SUBD CONT 5 AC UTILITY
EASEMENT 187/54 188/383 2001/
778 240816-08920000-0140 HX 398.97
BECKER WAYNE MCDANIEL 5.000AC
LOT 14 2ND ADDIT CAIN MILL
WOODS SUBD CONT 5 AC 281/174
UTIL EASEMENT 289/494 2001/316
779 240816-08920000-0180 HX 431.85
MALAGON ROBERT C 5.000AC
LOT 18 2ND ADDIT CAIN MILL
WOODS SUBD CONT 5 AC 172/303
UTIL EASEMENT 196/705 265/446
780 240816-08920000-0230 HX 714.41
HANNA MATTHEW TODD 5.700AC
LOT 23 2ND ADDIT CAIN MILL
WOODS SUBD CONT 5.70 AC 154/
363 UTILITY EASEMENT 157/41
781 240816-08920000-0250 HX 195.62
CARTIER KELLY J 5.170AC
LOT 25 2ND ADDIT CAIN MILL
WOODS SUBD CONT 5.17 AC
196/66 UTILITY EASEMENT
782 240816-08920000-0330 HX 1,547.08'
BIRCHFIELD JAMES DARIN & 5.170AC
LOT 33 2ND ADDIT CAIN MILL
WOODS SUBD CONT 5.17 AC 286/ '
.526 2001/316 UTIL EASEMENT
783 260816-00000005-0061 2,151.91
NEW HAMPSHIRE & VERMONT 5.030AC
W/2 OF SW/4 OF SW/4 OF NE/4
LESS S 15 FT & W 15 FT
147/158 197/394 UTILITY
784 290816-00000002-0010 HX 427.81
CARTER LINDA C 5.000AC
N/2 OF NE/4 OF SW/4 OF SE/4
58/443 75/523 214/316
785 300816-00000003-0010 537.06
IRVIN MICHELLE RENEE & 1.000AC
BEG AT INTER SEC OF W R/W LN
OF ST RD 47 & SLN OF N 1/2
OF N/2 OF SE/4 OF SE/4 GO N
786 360816-02130000-0130 866.62
PHILLIPS EARL L & JENNIFER 5.000AC
LOT 13 HICKORY BLUFFS SUBD
CONT 5 AC 164/234
787 360816-02130000-0210 866.62
PEREZ RICARDO E & ROSARIO C 5.OOOAC
LOT 21 HICKORY BLUFFS SUBD
CONT 5 AC 164/90
788 360816-02130000-0380 HX 1,112.20
MILER STEVEN C & APRIL L 5.000AC
LOT 38 HICKORY BLUFF SUBD
CONT 5 AC BEING IN SECTS
36-8-16 & 1-9-16 179/479
789 010916-00000005-0000 FHX 322.40
WATSON REETA LUCILLE 6.000AC
COM AT SW COR OF SW/4 OF NW
/4 OF SEC AS PT OF REF GO E
ALG S 40 LN TO ERLY R/W LN OF
790 010916-000100002-0030 74.81
WATSON RICHARD AUBREY & LORI A 9.920AC
COM AT 4"X4" CONCRETE MONUMENT
AT NW/C OF NE/4 OF SW/4 1-9-16
FOR POR & RUN S 384.01 FT TO
791 040916-00000004-0020 1 1,523.29
THOMAS CHARLES 4.780AC
W/2 OF NE/4 OF NE/4 OF NW/4
(AKA LOT 2 TFB PROPERTIES)
44/11044/111 48/419 182/619
792 040916-00000004-0080 HX 195.62
LAMB LOUIS E 4.840AC
W/2 OF NW/4 OF NW/4 OF NW/4
(AKA LOT 8 TFB PROPERTIES)
CONT 4.84 AC 98/298 & 439 178/
793 040916-00000004-0110 HX 1,144.82
ROWICKI DENTON & LISA 4.790AC
W/2 OF SE/4 OF NW/4 OF NW/4
(AKA LOT 11 TFB PROPERTIES)
95/185 & 190 143/169 151/377
794 040916-00000004-0300 1,313.36
PIERCE JEREMY EDWARD 4.210AC
SCOM AT SE/C OF NW/4 GO W 661.
29 FT TO POB CONT W 330.87 FT
GO N 539.7 FT GO E 333.01 FT
795 040916-02180000-0050 816.05
MILLER VICKIE & DAWN YINGLING 5.010AC
LOT 5 GILCO SUBD CONT 5.01 AC
130/507 159/49-50 171/547
2004/84 2004/85
796 050916-01900000-0020 HX 731.79
O'REILLY DEBRAANN 5.000AC


LOT 2 DEER RUN SUBD CONT 5 AC
145/239 158/136 232/459 2002/
2729 2002/2730 2002/3495
797 050916-01900000-0060 HX 882.01


COX STEVEN E & STACEY D
LOT 6 DEER RUN SUBD CONT 5 AC
148/90 235/710 UTIL EASEMENT


5.OOOAC


239/471 279/293 279/295 285/
798 060916-00000006-0000 HX 543.95
SCHROEDER ROBERT E 7.540AC
BEG AT NW/C OF SW/4 GO S 400
FT TO POB CONT S 764.53 FT GO
N.59 DEG E 725.21 FT GO N 10
799 060916-00000006-0010 HX 894.65
FARLEY KENNETH 0 10.950AC
COM AT NE/C OF NW/4 OF SW/4
OF 6-9-16 FOR POB THENCE RUN
ON E LN OF SAID NW/4 OF SW/4
800 070916-02140000-0020 HX 577.79
MCDANIEL PATRICIA 5.000AC
LOT 2 FOX HOLLOW SUBD CONT 5
AC 186/701 UTIL EASEMENT
190/12 215/570 222/329
801 070916-02140000-0030 HX 608.45
SMITH MARION L & SANDY KAY. 5.000AC
LOT 3 FOX HOLLOW SUBD CONT 5
AC 166/129 254/517
802 0809.16-00000008-0040 341.06
POLK LARRY 2.000AC
THE W 132 FT OF E 528 FT OF
N/2 OF NE/4 OF SE/4 OR 52 PG
443 -'
803 080916-00000008-0060 273.16
POLK ANDY & HELEN 2.000AC
THE W 132 FT OF E 660 FT OF
N/2 OF NE/4 OF SE/4 OR 52 PG
445
804 080916-00000008-0070 341.06
POLK JAMES JR & NORMA 2.000AC
THE E 132 FT OF W 264 FT OF
N/2 OF NE/4 OF SE/4 OR 52 PG
435
805 080916-00000012-0010 1,054.32
MCDOUGAL NATHAN SR 20.000AC
S/2 OF SE/4 OF SE/4 99/521
2004/4003 2004/4004 2004/4909
806 090916-00000003-0000 253.42
JOHNSON MAC C 78.500AC
E/2 OF NW/4 (BONNELL
PL)80/499 LESS RD R/W 152/475
2005/4651
807 140916-00000001-0033 206.43
BOWLAN HEATHER 1.010AC
COMBAT SW/C OF NW/4 OF SW/4
.14-9-16 FOR POR THENCE RUN ALG
S LN OF NW/4 OF SW/4 N 89 DEG
808 140916-00000002-0021 1,165.62
*CLARK STEVEN W II 3.210AC
COM AT A FOUND NAIL & CAP 'PRM
1772' AT SW/C OF 14-9-16 RUN
THENCE S 89 DEG E 224 FT TO A
'809 170916-0052000A-0050 HX 1,051.20
DANIELS HOWARD R & MARY F 0.790AC
LOT 5 BLK A WATERS LAKE SUBD
58/669 77/32 UTIL EASEMENT
139/556 210/303 274/423 UTIL-
810 170916-00780000-0090 164.34
MITCHELL WILLIAM A & CAROLYN 1.150AC
LOT 9 HOLLY FOREST SUBD 86/
585 120/226 193/67 249/32
249/596 249/597 286/82 2001/
811 170916-00780000-0100 1.66.62
MITCHELL WILLIAM A & CAROLYN 1.170AC
LOT 10 HOLLY FOREST SUBD
86/468 119/583 249/32 249/596
249/597 286/82 2001/3497
812 170916-03130000-0090 455.78
PEPPERS JEFFREY A 0.860AC
LOT 9 UNIT 3 LAKE IN THE
WOODS SUBD 122/129 134/603
165/135 285/148 295/649 20017/
813 170916-03130000-0250 HX 353.78
RIDENOUR RICHARD T & LORI A 0.650AC
LOT 25.UNIT 3 LAKE IN THE
WOODS SUBD 122/129 131/491
UTILITY EASEMENT 155/139
814 170916-0521000B-0040 907.84
MITCHELL WILLIAM A & CAROLYN D 1.180AC
LOTS 4-5 & 7 BLKB 1STADDIT
TO WATERS LAKE SUBD 2001/3691
2001/3692

815 170916-0521000B-0060 494.54
MITCHELL WILLIAM A & CAROLYN D 0.530AC
LOT 6 BLK B 1ST ADDIT WATERS
LAKE SUBD 60/18 104/325 115/
491 133/132 182/545 2000/2993

816 170916-0521000B-OU10 94.98
HALL MARIANNE TAYLOR 0.310AC
LOT 11 BLK B 1ST ADDIT WATERS
LAKE SUBD 64/629 2006/981

817 170916-05220000-0030 847.78
CARLISLE KAYE V 0.320AC
LOTS 3 & 4 2ND ADD WATERS
LAKE SUBD 46/291 56/653 159/74
UTIL EASEMENT 172/155.UTIL

818 170916-05220000-0050 789.90
JOHNSON MAC 0.320AC
LOTS 5 & 6 2ND ADD WATERS
LAKE SUBD 56/653 57/538 &
74/572 86/52 217/282 217/283

819 170916-05220000-0070 671.35
ARDOVINO MICHAEL A III 0.640AC
LOTS 7 8 9 & 10 2ND ADD WATERS
LAKE SUBD 57/266 70/174 72/662
78/479 272/373 275/254 280/196

820 170916-05220000-0110 115.84 ,
JEANPAUL GESPER 0.320AC
LOTS 11 & 12 2ND ADDIT WATERS
LAKE SUBD 53/542 49/582 2005/
4070

821 170916-05220000-0130 550.74
CARLISLE KAYE V 0.480AC
LOTS 13 14 & 15 2ND ADDIT


WATERS LAKE SUBD 55/267 66/350
68/659 80/85 181/477 181/478

822 170916-05220000-0270 115.84
GEORGE CHARLES W & KATIE 0.340AC
LOTS 27 & 28 2ND ADD WATERS
LAKE SUBD OR 43/343 59/519
74/645 99/59-60 120/624

823 170916-05220000-0420 311.82
DYER BILLY E & BETTY L 0.250AC
LOTS 42 & 43 2ND ADDIT WATERS
LAKE SUBD 59/553 69/440
90/347 & 349 94/153 120/644


824 170916-05220000-0520
MITCHELLiWILLIAM A & CAROLYN D


115.84
0.350AC


LOTS 52 & 53 2ND ADD WATERS
LAKE SUBD 2001/3691 2001/3692


825 170916-05220000-0540 635.86
FISHER GENEVA B 0.230AC
LOT 54 2ND ADD WATERS LAKE
SUBD 54/616 88/141 99/61 & 63
117/640
826 170916-05220000-0560 769.57
BUTLER BRANDI NICOLE 0.210AC
LOT 56 2ND ADD WATERS LAKE
SUBD 54/616 88/141 99/61 & 63
117/640 2005/4889 2006/618
827 170916-05220000-0580 74.12
HOLIFIELD JASON G 0.310AC
LOT 58 2ND ADD WATERS LAKE
SUBD 99/523 2004/4003 2004/
4004 2004/4005
828 210916-01140000-0050 HX 2,160.39
MARSICANO KELLY & RICHARD 5.000AC
LOT 5 THE LAKES SUBD 5.00 AC
121/257 TAX DEED 229/88 230/
270 266/359 271/529 2002/3333
829 210916-01140000-0060 HX 539.34
DANIELS JEREMIAH P 5.000AC
LOT 6 THE LAKES SUBD 5.00 AC
121/257 156/634 UTLY EASEMT
170/157 220/671 278/121 UTIL
830 210916-01140000-0070 1,177.71
SERVIDAS BENJAMIN F & MYRTLE 5.000AC
LOT 7 THE LAKES SUBD 5.00 AC
121/257 135/259 UTILITY EASE-
MENT 135/692 138/224 UTILITY
831 210916-01140000-0230 HX 1,030,27
POULSEN DENNIS G 5.000AC
LOT 23 THE LAKES SUBD 5.00 AC
121/257 166/548 238/79 UTIL
EASEMENT 250/20
832 210916-01140000-0450 HX 980.22
HAYES JIMMY W AND/OR TINA E 5.000AC
LOT 45 THE LAKES SUBD 5.00 AC
28-09-16 121/257.166/548 '
241/198 UTIL EASEMENT 243/447
833 230916-00000001-0020 1,200.30
SULLIVAN TONEY & VONDLA 10.000AC
SE/4 OF SW/4 OF NE/4 OR 55 PG
21 OR 64 PG 82 1
834 230916-00000001-0070 "HX 338.68
TOTULIS MICHAEL T JR & 5.000AC
COM AT SE/C OF NE/4 OF NE/4
OF 23-9-16 FOR APT OF REF GO
N 43 FT TO POB CONT N 330 FT
835 230916-00000001-0120 1,557.69
BERRY JANICE 5.010AC
COM AT NW CORNER OF NE/4 OF
23-09-16 FOR POR THENCE RUN
ALG N LN OF SAID SEC 23 N 89
836 230916-00000004-0000 4,887.36
GONZALEZ YAIMA 3.030AC
COM AT NW/C OF 23-9-16 GO S
1426.05 FT GO E 46.37 FT TO
CON MON TO POB CONT E 1291.83
837 230916-00000004-0036 HX 655.64
RAND KRYSTAL 1.740AC
COM AT NW/C OF 23-9-16 FOR POR
THENCE RUN ALG W LN OF SAID
SEC 23 S 2056.95 FT THENCE RUN
838 230916-00000006-0010 HX 1,804.46
LUKE ROBERT C & SHIRLEY 7.090AC
SE/4 OF SE/4 LESS N10 OFT
CONT939.70 AC 103/675 107/428 ...
120/72 UTILITY EASEMENT 138/
839 250916-00660000-0100 484.57
WEEKS LINDA C 17.500AC
LOT 10 ALSO MTS & EBDS DESC
SINGER UNREC SUBD 62/366 93/
415 95/454 100/159 & 166 CONT
840 260916-00000005-0040 527.60
NEWELL ANDREW H & ANDERSON A 8.480AC
W/2 OF E/2 OF SW/4 OF SE/4
LESS 1.52 AC FOR RD R/W TO
OSBORNE 124/397 53/470 56/319
841 270916-00000005-0009 56.41
NIEVES CARMEN D 1.13,0AC
LOT 9 DESC IN METES & BDS
DESC 117/561 TAX DEED 2005/
4283 2005/5459 2005/5789
842 270916-00000005-0016 56.41
LLULL EMMA 1.140AC
PARCEL 16 MTS & BDS DESC COM
AT NE/C OF S/2 AS PT OF REF
GO W 3604.68 FT TO POB GO S
843 270916-00000005-0021 56.41
PUIG ANA LUISA SILVA 1.130AC'
LOT 21 DESC IN METES & BDS
CONT 1.13 AC247/713
844 270916-00000005-0037 56.41
TORRES ESTEBAN RIVERA 1.180AC
LOT 37 DESC IN METES & BDS
CONT 1.18 AC 289/351
845 270916-00000005-0041 56.41
GONZALEZ DELIA CORREA 1.180AC
LOT 41METES & BDS DESC COM
AT NE/C OF S/2 OF 27-9-16 FOR
APT OF RER GO W 66.18 FT TO
846 270916-00000006-0010 HIX 290.40
CROSBY GARRY DEAN 5.150AC
N/2 OF COM AT NE/C OF S/2 OF
S/2 OF 27-09-16 THENCE RUN S
89 DEG W 1261.98 FTTO POE
847 270916-00000006-0050 HX 1,296.24
COLTON SETH A & LISA 5.000AC
N/2 OF TRACT 5 CONT 5 AC DESC
AS COM AT NE/C OF S/2 OF S/2
OF 27-9-16 OW 2303.99 FT TO.
848 270916-01350000-0001 32.42
BAILEY SUZANNE D 1L980AC
E 1291.49 FT OF COM AT SW/C OF
NW/4 OF SW/4 OF 27-9-16 FOR
POR THENCE RUN ALG S LN OF
849 270916-01350000-0030 HX 369.62
BAILEY SUZANNE D 10.000AC
PARCEL 3 SOUTHFORK RANCHES
UNREC SUBD CONTAINING 10.01
AC 137/590 UTIL EASEMENT 143/
850 270916-01430000-0040 970.88
NARINE JEROLD 5.000AC


LOT 4 UNIT 2 CARRIE JO EST
CONT 5-AC 140/88 145/106
154/623 UTILITY EASEMENT 157/
851 280916-01340000-0040 HX 650.60
HOGLE KENNETH D & STEPHANIE D 5.350AC
LOT 4 WEIRSDALE SUBD CONT
5.35 ACRES 153/351 226/518
227/75 227/493 227/616 UTIL
852 280916-01340000-0090 HX 460.90
ROGERS PATRICK W & MARYANN B 5.720AC
LOT 9 WEIRSDALE SUBD CONT
5.72 ACRES 202/125 221/26
227/493 244/568 265/100 284/

853 280916-01340000-0200 HX 357.17


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Section B, Page Nine


ELLISON RANDALL J & LYNNE C


5.000AC


LOT 20 WEIRSDALE SUBD CONT
5.00 ACRES 166/99 & 405 189/
316 221/26 227/493 229/689

854 280916-01340000-0220 HX 594.60
CARMAN JOHN M 7.290AC
LOT 22 WEIRSDALE SUBD CONT
7.29 ACRES 163/81 166/655
167/118 UTILITY EASEMENT

855 280916-01340000-0260 HX 1,169.52
FERREIRA STEVE 11.230AC
LOT 26 WEIRSDALE SUBD CONT
11.23 AC 151/35 UTILITY EASE-
MENT 158/688 196/46 205/356
856 280916-01340000-0270 HX 665.42
SMITH MARIA T 5.410AC
LOT 27 WEIRSDALE SUBD CONT
5.41 ACRES 164/451 196/46
221/26 225/579 UTIL EASEMENT
857 280916-01340000-0300 HX 388.95
FIELD JOHN E & 5.410AC
LOT 30 WEIRSDALE SUBD CONT
5.41 AC 155/383 243/259 249/
679 255/322 UTIL EASEMENT 269/
858 330916-00000002-0070 HX 1,363.49
HOUSE DAVID ANDREW & 10.800AC
TRACT-7 DESC AS COM AT QUARTER
SE/C 33-9-16 AS POR THENCE RUN
ALG S LN OF SEC 33 N 86 DEG W
859 330916-00000002-0140 HX 195.62
SHORT JOHN W & SUSAN C 10.500AC
TRACT 14 DESC AS COM AT NE/C
OF W/2 OF 33-9-16 AS POR GO S
3026.17 FT GO S 58 DEG W 1182.
860 330916-01060000-0240 HX 538.83
GREISL MELISSA D 10.010AC
PARCEL 24 GILCHRIST ACRES
CONT 10.01 114/311 250/105
251/163 UTIL EASEMENT 255/129
861 330916-01060000-0290 873.17
SIGMAN GLEN & JANET ANN 10.010AC
PARCEL 29 GILCHRIST ACRES
UNREC CONT 10.01 AC 131/343
R/W EASEMENT 133/559 231/468
862 340916-00000007-0011 135.82
LANGFORD ALTON 0.670AC
COM AT SW/C OF N/2 OF SW/4 OF
34-9-16 FOR POB THENCE RUN ON
S LN OF N/2 OF SW/4 N 89 DEG E
863 340916-00000007-0030 103.32
LANGFORD ALTON L & VICKIE 19.430AC
COMAT THE SE/C OF N/2 OF
SW/4 OF 34-9-16 FOR POB
THENCE RUN ON E LN OF N/2 OF
864 340916-02350000-0100 .HX 480.38
DAVIS MARCIA 9.310AC
LOT 10 PARKER UNREC SUBD
METES & BDS DESC CONT 10.001
AC 99/124 175/9 175/623
865 340916-02350000-0170 HX 1,293.48
RHODEN MICHAEL &JULIE 5.040AC
LOT 17 PARKER UNREC SUBD
METES & BDS DESC CONTAINING
5.04 AC 99/124 175/5 217/251
866 011016-00Q00012-0000 2,324.38
SULLIVAN TONEY & 10.300AC
BEG AT SW COR OF SEC GO N89 '
DEGE20341FTGON01DEGE ,
550 FT TO POB GO N 89 DEG E
867 011016-02040000-0060 HX 752.63
JONES FRED JR & JACQUELINE ANN 5.010AC
LOT 6 NORFLEET PINES SUBD
CONT 5.01 ACRES 165/170
868 011016-02040000-0140 HX 610.13
WEBB TAMMY WILKERSON & HAROLD 5.010AC
LOT 14 NORFLEET PINES SUBD
CONT 5.01 ACRES 166/496 182/28
231/81
869 011016-02040000-0220 970.88
COLLINS HENRY LEROY 5.000AC
LOT 22 NORFLEET PINES SUBD
CONT 5 AC 204/564 212/494
221/626 225/401 246/584 255/
870 011016-02040000-0330 HX 493.85
HERRING DONALD L & GLORIA J 5.010AC
LOT 33 NORFLEET PINES SUBD
CONT 5.01 ACRES 222/531
871 011016-02040000-0410 972.76
FLORES LLOYD PETER & FLORITA 5.010AC
LOT 41 NORFLEET PINES SUBD
CONT 5.01 ACRES 191/194 2003/
6027 2005/2691
872 021016-00000008-0000 1,405.43
COBB WYLIE & ERMAL 1.OOOAC
COM ON S LN 1703.45 FT.W OF
SE COR GO N23 1/2 DEG W
iAPPROX PARAL TO FLA POWER
873 021016-00000009-0000 HX 462.89
KRAUSE CHARLES EUGENE & 3.390AC
COM AT SE/C OF 2-10-16 FOR POR
THENCE RUN ALG S LN OF SEC 2
S 89 DEG W 856.18 FT TO POB

874 021016-00000011-0000 3,937.92
JONES ALFRED G & 3.470AC '
W 1068.55 FT OF SE/4 LYING S
OF ST RD 26 LESS COMAT SE/C
OF 2-10-16 THENCE RUN S 89 DEG

875 021016-02960000-0100 2,291.73
LEONARDO DAVID A & DAWNE M 5.000AC
LOT 10 WESTLAKE WOODS SUBD
100/283 2005/583 2005/768
2005/793 2005/794

876 031016-00530002-0000 HIX 1,062.86
DAVIS SHARON F 4.930AC
TRACT 2 ROLLING OAKS UNREC
SUBD OR 53/456 112/302 237/34
UTIL EASEMENT 239/480 2005/

877 031016-00530010-0000 HX 713.49
ELMORE JIMMIE & WANDA 4.940AC


TRACT 10 ROLLING OAKS UNREC
SUBD OR 66/610 121/621 CONT
4.94 AC 2005/1782

878 031016-00530013-0000 HX 531.72
MILLER DARRELL L & HAZEL E 3.570AC
PART TRACTS 13 & 14 ROLLING
OAKS UNREC 57/91 & 96 84/629
85/204 110/281 111/469 140/

879 031016-00530019-0000 H HX 293.98
RICHARD LISA M 4.940AC
TRACT 19 ROLLING OAKS UNREC
SUBD 63/292 66/5 70/82 77/428
120/634 164/490 181/305 202/


880 031016-00530035-0001 993.49
KNAPP LARRY A 4.820AC
W/2 OF TRACT 35 ROLLING OAK
UNREC SUBD OR 66/163 151/581
UTIL EASEMENT 284/370 2003/

881 031016-00530041-0000 HX 761.82
STEPTOE MANNING L & BETH A 4.930AC
W/2 OF TRACT 41 ROLLING OAK
UNREC SUBD 66/402 138/511
2000/2293 2000/2294 UTIL EASE-

882 031016-00530042-0001 HX 1,102.71
OSWALT LUCINDA 4.810AC
W/2 OF TRACT 42 ROLLING OAK
UNREC SUBD OR 63 PG 486 63 PG
486 & OR 70 PGS 417-419 2000/

883 031016-00530049-0000 HX 746.09
VINES JAMES A & 4.950AC
E/2 OF TRACT 49 ROLLING OAK
UNREC SUBD OR 66/148 104/681
LESS RD R/W 149/642 2005/5067

884 031016-00530068-0000 HX 1,234.57
GUKANOVICH BRONKO B 4.930AC
TRACT 68 ROLLING OAK UNREC
SUBD OR 65/138 77/424 143/99
UTIL EASEMENT 143/687 233/281
885 031016-00530072-0000 1,888.59
MCWILLIAMS TAMMIE 4.930AC
TRACT 72 ROLLING OAKS UNREC
SUBD 84/153&6,05 165/323 UTLY
EASEMT 173/55 2006/4680
886 041016-00000003-0011 60.98
DOPPLERDAVE INC 10.000AC
COM AT SE/C OF NE/4 OF,SW/4 OF
4-10-16 FOR POR THENCE RUN ON
E LN OF W/2 OF SEC 4 N 2061.57
887 041016-00790000-0170 1,746.31
KNAPP GEORGE M & RUBY L 8..380AC
TRACT 17 ROLLING OAKS SUBD
85/636
888 041016-01790000-0010 HX 1,188.13
MORGAN DONNIE E & KIMBERLY K 5.000AC
LOT 1 REPLAT LOT 3 ROLLING
OAKS SUBD DESC AS COM AT NE/C
OF LT 3 ROLLING OAKS SUBD FOR
889 081016-00000001-0010 HX 654.34
JOHNS J C 12.420AC
COMAT SE/C OF 8-10-16 FORA
PT OF REF GO W 1164.25 FT TO
ERLY R/W LN OF CO RD C-337 GO
890 091016-00000001-0040 3,497.67
RICARD DONALD S 10.640ApC
TRACT 4 CONT 10.64 AC
DESC AS COM AT NE/C OF SW/4
OF NE/4 OF 9-10-16 AS PT OF
891 091016-00000001-0050 1,275.04
RICARD DONALD S 10.640AC
TRACT 5 CONT 10.64 AC DESC AS
COM AT NE/C OF SW/4 OF NE/4 OF
9-10-16 FOR POR THENCE RUN ON
892 091016-00000001-3000 63.51
RENFROE TIMOTHY SCOTT & 13.130AC
COM AT NW/C OF 9-10-16 AS PT
OFREFGOE'r. 24FTGOS30 .
DEG E 161.43' T Go 'S 2 U.kuE
893 091016-01950000-0030 2,691.54
JOHNS J C JR 10.000AC
LOTS 3 & 4 SUGAR HILL SUBD
CONT 10 AC IN SEC 10-10-16
180/118 180/568 UTILITY EASE-
894 091016-01950000-0070 HX 549.83
MCWILLIAMS MOLLY & 5.000AC "
LOT 7 SUGAR HILL SUBD CONT 5
AC IN SEC 10-10-16 186/154
UTILITY EASEMENT 195/481 250/
895 091016-01950000-0130 989.66
DOTSON HOMER L & LESLEY L 5.100AC
LOT 13 SUGAR HILL SUBD CONT
5. 10AC IN SEC 10-10-16
171/720 183/142 183/143
,896 101016-00800,000-00A2 1,209.77
YINGLING ROBERT & LESLIE 0.870AC
COM AT NE/C GO W 33 FT GO S
467.42 FT TO NRLY R/W OF SR
26 GO S 73 DEG W 1221.06 FT
897 101016-00800000-00A6 383.16
LUKE ROBERT C ETAL 0.890AC
COM AT NE/C GO W 33 FT GO S
467.42 FT TO NRLYR/W SR 26
GO S 73 DEG W 640.59 FT ALG
898 101016-00800000-00A7 353.58
HOOTMAN CONNIE L 1.400AC
TRACT A-7 DESC AS COM
ATNE/C OF 10-10-16 RUN THENCE
W 33 FT THENCE S 467.42 FT TO
899 101016-00800000-00A8 510.07
HOOTMAN CONNIE L 1.200AC
TRACT A-8 DESC AS COM ATNE/C .
OF 10-10-16 RUN THENCE W 33 FT
THENCE S 467.42 FT TO NRTHLY
900 111016-05510001-0010 94.98
WOODARD & LANE INC 0.360AC
LOT 1 BLK 1 UNIT 1 SUNN FUN
OR 37 PG 498
901 111016-05510001-0020 94.98
WOODARD & LANE INC 0.430AC
LOT 2 BLK 1 UNIT 1 SUN N FUN
OR 37 PG 498
902 111016-05510001-0030 94.98
WOODARD & LANE INC 0.440AC
LOT 3 BLK 1 UNIT 1 SUNN FUN
OR 37 PG 498

903 111016-05510002-0020 94.98
WOODARD & LANE INC 0.490AC
LOT 2BLK 2 UNIT 1 SUNN FUN
OR 3,7 PG 498

904 111016-05510003-0040 HX 195.62
CLARK CLAYTON LEON & 1.420AC


LOTS 4 5 6 BLK 3 UNIT 1 SUN N
FUN 112/462 149/593 159/253
281/248 2000/625 2003/3735

905 111016-05510004-0010 1,161.20
WHEAT JONATHON WAYNE & 0.460AC
LOT 1 BLK 4 UNIT 1 SUN N FUN
37 PG 498 86/140 UTIL EASEMENT
157/29 271/404 2000/3573 2002/

906 111016-05510004-0040 94.98
WOODARD & LANE INC 0.480AC
LOT 4 BLK 4 UNIT 1 SUN N FUN
OR 37 PG 498

907 111016-05510004-0050 820.79


BURCH EARLY J
LOTS 5 & 6 BLK 4 UNIT 1 SUN N
FUN 37/498 78/286-287 81/454
102/565 139/204


0.960AC


908 111016-05510005-0020 94.98
BEASLEY MABEL 0.480AC
LOT 2 BLK 5 UNIT 1 SUN N FUN
OR 37 PG 498 & OR 63 PG 509

909 111016-05510005-0030 94.98
BEASLEY MABEL 0.480AC
LOT 3 BLK 5 UNIT 1 SUN N FUN
OR 37 PG 498 & OR 63 PG 509

910 111016-05510006-0030 270.84
JOHNSON CHARLOTTEH & TONY D 0.460AC
LOT 3 BLK 6 UNIT 1 SUN N FUN
SUBD 37/498 153/414 UTILITY
EASEMENT 188/657 2000/2138

911 111016-05510010-0060 94.98
KING RONALD G 0.460AC
LOT 6 BLK 10 UNIT 1 SUNN FUN
37/498 168/330 UTILITY EASE-
MENT 170/134 174/365 214/534

912 111016-05510011-0020 106.99
WEIGEL CHARLES 0.480AC
LOT 2 BLK 11 UNIT 1 SVJN N FUN
37/498 63/434 138/624

913 111016-05510012-0010 865.03
KING ANITA 0.460AC
LOT 1 BLK 12,UNIT 1 SUNN FUN
37/498 135/271 192/589
UTILITY EASEMENT 192/593 2004/

914 111016-05520001-0010 82.47
ECKENRODE & LANE INC 0.420AC
LOT 1 BLK 1 UNIT 2 SUN N FUN
OR 37 PG 500
915 111016-05520001-0020 82.47
ECKENRODE & LANE INC 0.420AC
LOT 2 BLK 1 UNIT 2 SUN N FUN,
OR 37 PG 500 -
916 111016-05520001-0030 82.47
ECKENRODE & LANE INC 0.370AC
LOT 3 BLK 1 UNIT 2 SUN N FUN
OR 37 PG 500
917 111016-05520002-0010 HX 190.62
GARNES EDWARD & BARBARA 0.940AC
LOTS 1,2 3 & 4 BLK 2 UT 2 SUN
N FUN 37/500 43/468 66/215 &
217 87/669 130/29 140/33 223/
918 111016-05520002-0050 856.46
SMITH VERAB & SHEILAA SMITH 0.480AC
LOTS 5 & 6 BLK 2 UNIT 2
SUN N FUN (COUNTRY OAKS) 37/
500 47/267 51/77 62/64 73/394
919 111016-05520002-0070 82.47
SMITH VERA B & SHEILA SMITH 0.240AC
LOT 7 BLK 2 UNIT 2 SUN N FUN
37/500 47/267 51/77 62/64 73/
A94 92/573 94/357 125/168 125/
920 111016-05520002-0080 82.47
SMITH VERAB & SHEILA SMITH 0.240AC
LOT 8 BLK 2 UNIT 2 SUN N FUN
37/500 47/267 51/77 62/64 73/
394 92/573 94/357 125/168 125/
921 111016-05520003-0010 182.58
JOHNSON MAC C 0.700AC
LOTS 1 2 3 BLK 3 UNIT 2 SUN N
FUN OR 52/632 115/380 136/150
209/52
922 111016-05520003-0070 82.47
ECKENRODE & LANE INC 0.240AC
LOT 7 BLK 3 UNIT 2 SUN N FUN
OR 37 PG 500
923 111016-05520003-0080 82.47
ECKENRODE & LANE INC 0.240AC
LOT 8 BLK 3 UNIT 2 SUN N FUN
OR 37 PG 500
924 111016-05520004-0110 HX 321.24
KING RONALD G 0.460AC
LOT 11 & 12 BLK 4 UNIT 2 SUN
N FUN.37/500 168/331 UTIL
EASEMENT 170/134 174/365
925 111016-05520005-0040 82.47
BARKLEY JESSICA 0.240AC
LOT 4 BLK 5 UNIT 2 SUN N FUN
37/500 268/174 2001/2627

926 111016-05520006-0050 86.75
HUNT EUGENE & CHARLENE 0.240AC
LOT 5 BLK 6 UNIT 2 SUN N FUN
37/500 187/215 284/405 284/406

927 111016-05520006-0060 299.91
HUNT EUGENE & CHARLENE 0.220AC
LOT 6 BLK 6 UNIT 2 SUN N FUN
37/500 187/215 284/405 284/406

928 111016-05520008-0010, HX 195.62
KLAUS GREGORY 0.220AC
LOT 1 BLK 8 UNIT 2 SUN N FUN
(COUNTRY OAKS) 50/384 61/287
166/657 167/131 2002/3780

929 111016-05520008-0050 391.71
SIMMONS SANDRALOMNICK & 0.460AC
LOT 5 & 6 BLK 8 UNIT 2 SUN N
FUN (COUNTRY OAKS) 52/189 56/
418 2001/170 2001/1017 2001/

930 111016-05520009-0070 IHX 1,172.31 .
YOUNG ROBERT C & SHANNON L 2.500AC
LOTS 7 & 8 & E 40 FT OE LOT 9
BLK 9 UNIT 2 SUN N FUN SUBD
70/237-239 91/428 110/582

931 111016-05520010-0010 82.47
ECKENRODE & LANE INC 0.220AC
LOT 1 BLK 10 UNIT 2 SUNN FUN
OR37 PG 500,

932 111016-05520011-0040 132.52
NRLL EAST LLC 0.480AC
LOTS 4 &5 BLK 11 UNIT 2 SUN
N FUN 53/170 165/680 170/353


2006/1691

933 111016-05520011-0070 82.47
ECKENRODE & LANE INC 0.240AC
LOT 7 BLK 11 UNIT 2 SUN N FUN
OR 37 PG 500

934 111016-05520011-0080 82.47
ECKENRODE & LANE INC 0.240AC
LOT 8 BLK 11 UNIT 2 SUN N FUN
OR 37 PG 500


935 111016-05520011-0090
ECKENRODE & LANE INC'
LOT 9 BLK 11 UNIT 2 SUN N FUN
OR 37 PG 500


82.47
0.240AC


936 111016-05520011-0100 82.47
ECKENRODE & LANE INC 0.240AC
LOT 10 BLK 11 UNIT 2 SUN N
FUN OR 37 PG 500

937 111016-05520011-0110 82.47
ECKENRODE & LANE INC 0.240AC.
LOT 11 BLK 11 UNIT 2 SUN N
FUN OR 37 PG 500

938 111016-05520011-0120 82.47
ECKENRODE & LANE INC 0.220AC
LOT 12 BLK 11 UNIT 2 SUNN
FUN OR 37 PG 500

939 111016-05520012-0010 536.71
MCQUAIG KIMBERLY 0.460AC
LOTS 1 & 2 BLK 12 UT 2 SUNN
FUN 37/500 234/324 234/667
UTIL EASEMENT 242/329 246/663

940 111016-05520012-0050 HX 1,115.10
CORNELIUS SEAN E & TOMI E 0.960AC
LOTS 5 67 & 8 BLK 12 UT2
SUN N FUN 37/500 2003/848
2003/5464 UTIL EASEMENT 2006/

941 111016-05550000-0080 900.36
BRADLEYAARON 0.930AC
LOT 8 UNIT 5 SUN N FUN SUBD
44/550 114/694 UTILITY EASE-
MENT 135/683 146/500 166/306

942 121016-00000001-0000 134.17
BROWN JERRY F & MILDRED 23.800AC
W/2 OF NE/4 OF SE/4 UTIL
EASEMENT 191/396 205/315 208/
592 237/156 237/617 2002/3716-

943 121016-00000001-0001 66.62
BROWN JERRY F 8.000AC
COM ATSE/C OF 12-10-16 THENCE
ON S BDRY THEREOF N 89 DEGW ,
1106.42 FT TO POB THENCE CONT

944 121016-00000002-0000 977.23
BROWN JERRY FRANKLIN 8.090AC
E/2 OF NE/4 OF SE/4 237/156
LESS N 915.26' 2003/996
945 121016-00950000-0080 HX 551.07
ROBINSON STEVEN A 5.080AC
LOT 8 FOXWOOD ACRES CONT 5.08
AC 98/432 224/375 UTIL EASEMNT
230/80 2003/4450
946 121016-00950000-0160 HX 723.33
JONES ALFRED G & GLENDAA 5.160AC
-LOT 16 FOXWOOD ACRES SUBD
CONT 5.16AC 131/569 132/217
132/226 135/250 135/252 140/8
-.- l ---7-3.79-


947 121016-00950000-0230
GUG(ENHEIMER FRED & CAROL
LOT 23 FOXWOOD ACRES SUBD
CONT-501 AG 131/569-132/2-7
1.32/226 134/250 134/252 157/
948 121016-00950000-0280
YAFFE JACK C & EVELYN TRUSTEES
LOT 28 FOXWOOD ACRES SUBD
CONT 5.01 AC 109/83 114/47
117/312 148/152 179/525
949 121016-00960000-0370
SHEARER BRENDA DENISE
LOT 37 UNIT 2 FOXWOOD ACRES
CONT 5.01 AC 121/10 151/341
199/406 UTILITY EASEMENT 201/


:5.5.91OAC


1,635.66
5.010AC


1,262.94
5.010AC


950 121016-00960000-0560 1,700.24
BYRD NORMAN 5.060AC
LOT 56 UNIT 2 FOXWOOD ACRES
SUBD CONT 5.06 AC 131/569
132/217 132/226 135/250
951 121016-00970000-0060 1,206.69
COBURN ALAN E & JESSICA LEE 5.000AC
LOT 6 HONEY BEE FARMS SUBD
CONT 5 AC 111/601 158/373 162/
399 UTIL EASEMENT 164/475 175/
952 121016-00970000-0140 HX 1,154.56
AMERIO DAVID J SR & 5.400AC
LOT 14 HONEYBEE FARMS SUBD
CONT 5.40 AC 102/360 109/243
2000/1770 UTIL EASEMENT 2001/
953 121016-00970000-0250 1,208.35
WHITE DWAYNE & MARIE 5.000AC
LOT 25 HONEY BEE FARMS CONT 5
AC 116/245 164/554 189/186
190/35 UTILITY EASEMENT 193/
954 141016-00000001-0024. 1,430,48
COATES WILLIAM K 12.980AC
COM AT NW/C OF NE/4 OF SW/4 OF
14-10-16 THENCE RUN N 89 DEG E
ALG N LN 926.43 FT THENCE S
955 141016-05530003-0050 82,47
JOHNSON MAC C 0.240AC
LOT 5 BLK 3 UNIT 3 SUN N FUN
40/495 & 569 138/365 138/357
162/343 209/52 231/30
956 141016-05530004-0010 388.70
JOHNSON MAC 0.270AC
LOT 1 BLK 4 UNIT 3 SUN N FUN
40/495 & 569 108/550 & 552
UTIL EASEMENT 141/241 161/444
957 141016-05530004-0020 373.38
JOHNSON MAC 0.270AC
LOT 2 BLK 4 UNIT 3 SUN N FUN
40/495 & 569 108/550 & 552
UTIL EASEMENT 141/241 161/444
958 141016-05530004-0030 374.59
JOHNSON MAC 0.270AC
LOT 3 BLK 4 UNIT 3 SUN N FUN
40/495 & 569 108/550 & 552
161/444 231/30
959 141016-05530004-0040 373.38
JOHNSON MAC 0.270AC
LOT 4 BLK 4 UNIT 3 SUN N FUN
40/495 & 569 108/550 & 552
161/444 231/30
960 141016-05530006-0130 82.47
JOHNSON MAC C 0.220AC
LOT 13 BLK 6 UNIT 3 SUN N FUN
40/495 & 569 138/357 138/365
162/343 209/52 224/122 231/30
961 141016-05530006-0140 57.44


JOHNSON MAC C
W 40 FT OF LOT 14 BLK 6 UNIT


0.120AC


I H U "IJA 1, IVIA I I V, 1 1, 1--t, Z-VV i


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Section B. Page Ten


GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


THURSDAY, MAY 10, 17, 24, 2007


3 SUN N FUN 40/495 & 569
138/357 138/365 162/343
962 141016-05530006-0210 82.47
HOLMES PAULETTE 0.240AC
LOT 21 BLK 6 UNIT 3 SUN N FUN
45/381 134/582 231/30 TAX DEED
2004/4356
963 141016-05530010-0020 82.47
JEAN JOSEPH A 0.240AC
LOT 2 BLK 10 UNIT 3 SUN N FUN
40/495 & 569 73/134-138 TAX
DEED 210/195 210/271 231/30
964 141016-05530010-0030 82.47
PATWARY ANWAR 0.240AC
LOT 3 BLK 10 UNIT 3 SUN N FUN
40/495 & 569 73/134-138 TAX'
DEED 210/196 231/3.0 2005/7494
965 141016-05530010-0060 82.47
HOLMES PAULETTE 0.220AC
LOT 6 BLK 10 UNIT 3 SUN N FUN
40/495 & 569 73/134-138 231/30-
TAX DEED 2004/4353
966 141016-05530011-0010 391.25
JOHNSON MAC 0.270AC
LOT 1 BLK 11 UNIT 3 SUN N FUN
40/495 & 569 108/550 & 552
161/444 231/30
967 141016-05530011-0020 398.94
JOHNSON MAC 0.300AC
LOT 2 BLK 11 UNIT 3 SUN N FUN
40/495 & 569 108/550 & 552
161/444 231/30
968 141016-05530011-0030 780.30
JOHNSON MAC 0.580AC
LOT 3 & 4 BLK 11 UNIT 3 SUNN
FUN OR 40/495 & 569 108/ 550
& 552 205/161 231/30
969 141016-05540003-0010 669.93
JOHNSON MAC C 1.420AC
LOTS 1 23 45 6 BLK 3 UNIT4 4
S'UN N FIUN 47/34 51/339
138/357 138/365 150/89 R/W
970 141016-05540004-0010 245.67
JOHNSON MAC C 0.270AC
LOT 1 BLK 4UNIT 4 SUN N FUN
47/34 51/339 138/357 138/365
162/343 209/52 UTILITY EASE-.
971 141016-05540004-0020 245.67
JOHNSON MAC C 0.310AC
LOT 2 BLK 4 UNIT 4 SUN N FUN
47/34 51/339 138/357 138/365
162/343 209/52 UTILITY EASE-
972 141016-05540004-0030 245.67
JOHNSON MAC C 0.310AC
LOT 3 BLK 4 UNIT 4 SUN N FUN
47/34 51/339 138/357 138/365
162/343 209/52.UTILITY EASE-
973 141016-05540004-0040 82.47
JOHNSON MAC C 0.270AC
LOT 4 BLK 4 UNIT 4 SUN N FUN
47/34 51/339 138/357 138/365
162/343 209/52 UTILITY EASE-
-974 141016-05540005-0010 245.67
JOHNSON MAC C 0.270AC
LOT1BLK 5 UNIT 4 SUNN FUN
47/34 51/339 138/357 138/365
162/343 209/52
975 141016-05540005-0020 245.67
JOHNSON MAC C 0.310AC
LOT 2 BLK 5 UNIT 4 SUN N FUN
47/34 51/339 138/347 138/365
162/343 209/52.

976 141016-05540005-0030 82.47
JOHNSON MACC 0.360AC
LOT 3 BLK 5 UNIT 4 SUN N FUN
47/34 51/339 138/357 138/365
162/343 209/52

977 141016-05540007-0010. 82.47
JOHNSON MAC C 0.220AC
LOT 1 BLK 7 UNIT 4 SUN N FUN
47/34 51/339 138/357.138/365
162/343 209/52

978 141016-05540007-0040 82.47
CARTEE EDWARD W 0.240AC
LOT 4 BLK 7 UNIT 4 SUN N FUN
47/201 2005/72.1

979 141016-05540007-0210 82.47
HOLMES PAULETTE 0.240AC
LOT 21 BLK 7 UNIT 4 SUNN FUN .
47/34 51/339 117/117 136/146
159/181-182 179/327 209/52

980 141016-05540007-0220 82.47 .
JOHNSON MAC C 0.240AC
LOT 22 BLK 7 UNIT 4 SUNN FUN
47/34 51/339 117/117 136/146
159/181-182 179/327 209/52

981 141016-05540009-0010 132.52
NAPOLEON DEVELOPMENT 0.390AC
LOTS 1 & 2 BLK 9 UNIT 4 SUN N
FUN 47/179 TAX DEED 206/512
2004/6746 2005/38942006/6096-

982 141016-05540010-0020 82.47
NAPOLEON DEVELOPMENT 0.240AC
LOT 2 BLK 10 UNIT 4 46/594
47/177 60/208 206/509 TAX
DEED 206/513 2004/6750 2005/

983 141016-05540010-0070 82.47
JOHNSON MAC C 0.240AC
LOT 7 BLK 10 UNIT 4 SUNN FUN


47/34 51/339 138/357 138/365
162/343 209/52

984 141016-05540011-0010 82.47
ROLAND WANDA KAY 0.220AC
LOT, 1BLK 11 UNIT 4 SUNN FUN
47/34 51/339 113/298 136/281
242/167 283/78

985 141016-05540011-0020 32.42
VAREIKA WANDAKAY & 0.250AC \
LOT 2 BLK 11 UNIT 4 SUN N FUN
-47/34 51/339 113/298 136/281
242/167

986 141016-05540011-0030 195.62


LOT 3 BLK 11 UNIT 4 SUN N FUN
SUBD 47/34 51/339 113/298
136/281 221/339 258/559


987 141016-05540011-0070 HX 195.62,
MURPHY CATHY L HERDON 0.420AC
LOT 7 & 8 BLK 11 UNIT 4 SUNN
FUN OR 44 PG 296 124/302&303
137/23 271/626 2001/3486 2002/

988 141016-05540012-0020 132.52
SMITH MARIA 0.480AC
LOTS 2 & 3 BLK 12 UNIT 4 SUN
N FUN 52/371 TAX DEED 219/
238 238/329 2004/1856

989 141016-05540012-0050 HX 195.62
SCHIFANO CHARLES A III 0.240AC
LOT 5 BLK 12 UNIT 4 SUN N FUN
47/34 51/339 134/44 TAX DEED
224/121 UTIL EASEMENT 243/469

990 141016-05540012-0060 132.52
NAPOLEON DEVELOPMENT 0.480AC
LOTS 6 & 7 BLK 12 UNIT 4 SUN
N FUN 46/571 TAX DEED 206/510
2004/6748 2005/3894

991 141016-05540012-0120 82.47
CAROLLO FREDERICK 0.220AC
LOT 12 BLK 12 UNIT 4 SUN N
FUN SUBD 123/136 194/321

992 141016-05540013-0010 132.52
NAPOLEON DEVELOPMENT 0.400AC
LOTS 1 & 2 BLK 13 UNIT 4 SUN
N FUN 50/220 TAX DEED 206/
511 2004/6747 2005/3894

993 141016-0556,000B-0040 HX 1,189.38
RAIN DELORIS 3.310AC
W50 FT OF LOTS 1 2 3 &ALL
OF LOTS 4 5 6 BLK B UNIT 6
SUN N FUN OR 44. PG 219 OR 56

994 141016-0556000B-0170 HX 282.13
HODGE DALE T 1.090AC
LOT 17 BLK B UNIT 6 SUN N FUN>
49/213 50/632 220/607 251/644
275/487 275/488 2000/16 UTIL

995 141016-0556000B-0430 621.17
_LEE PATRICIAANN 1.380AC
LOT 43 BLK B UNIT 6 SUN N FUN
44/21-5 54/677 116/495-497
2003/404

996 141016-0556000B-0630 120.00
PARRISH THOMAS H 1.010AC
LOT 63 BLK B UNIT 6 SUN N FUN
44/427 59/624/626 120/199-200
142/374 & 598 1.53/478 226/284

997 141016-0556000B-0659 HX 578.38
MCCLELLAN JAMES M 0.870AC
PARCEL 9 OF LOT 65 BLK B UNIT
6 SUN ,N FIN.DSC AS BEG AT
SE/C OF LOT 65 BLK B UNIT 6

998 141016-0556000E-0120 HX 195.62
MITCHELL DAVID 0.970AC .
LOT 12 BLK E UNIT 6 SUN N FUN
121/375 129/69 129/70 154/430
155/592 UTILITY EASEMENT 158/

999 151016-00000004-0000 HX 169.39
ALBRIGHT ROY E 2.980AC
COM AT NW/C OF LOT 254 UNIT 1'
WAC CAMPSITES AS PT OF REF GO
S 360 FT GO W 455.75 FT TO

1000 151016-05611350-0000 .84.56
COATS RONALD W 0.230AC
LOT 135 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITES
OR 51 PG 640

1001 151016-05611880-0000 811.46
WAC WELDING & IR WKS 0.530AC
LOT 188 &- 189 UNIT 1 WAC
CAMPSITES OR 44 /286 & OR
51/137 & OR 65/236 79/632

1002 151016-05612210-0000 4 6s
ROUSTAN YVON & ESTELA 0.210AC,
LOT 221 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITE
OR 45 PG 235

1003.151016-00000003-0010 1,197.96
WALLACE ROBERT PERRY III 9.980AC
COM AT SW/C OF LOT 62 WAC
CAMP SITES UNIT 2 AS POB GO N
372.54 FT GO WI 169.73 FT GO ,

1004 151016-056110090-0000 HX 195.62
HOGG RUSSELL D & TRENDA D 0.290AC
LOT 9 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITES
53/151 200/002 216/705
UTILITY EASEMENT 219/66 263/

1005 151016-056110210-0000' HX 244.98
GREEN DARLA J & 0.480AC
LOT 21 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITES
44/585 73/85 73/686 74/586
80/246 85/465-466 126/132 146/

1006 151016-05610260-0000 583.10
ROBERTS RONALD T 0.550AC
LOT 26 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITES '
70/83 179/440 208/481 209/259
209/260 UTILITY EASEMENT 211/

1007 151016-05610630-0000 388.69
KRUEGER LOIS A & 0.300AC
LpT 63 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITES
62/70 70/104 113/478 136/86


178/210 188/434 2003/3242

1008 151016-05610670-0000 421.35'
BOEMI HAROLD 0.710AC
ERLY PART OF LOT 67 UNIT 1 WAC
CAMPSITES DESC IN MTS & BDS
DESC 53/91 86/51 2004/5376

1009 151016-05610690-0000 149.58


YOUGHN STEVEN K
LOT 69 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITES
58/636 262/14


0.230AC


1010 151016-05610700-0000 HX 195.62
YOUGHN STEVEN K 0.230AC
LOT 70 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITES
48/189 262/14 .

1011 151016-05610750-0000 146.89
LOWE DEBBIE JEAN 0.360AC
LOT 75 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITE
44/484

1012 151016-05610780-0000 1,140.89
COLLINS DAVID C & DENISE B 0.280AC
LOT 78 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITES
55/215 97/124-126 133/622

1013 151016-05611000-0000 HX 2,409.77
TITTEL WILLIAM 0.300AC
LOT 100 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITES
50/411 65/557 78/185 84/155
91/569 105/133 106/158 114/557

1014 151016-05611010-0000 HX 195.62
RAMSAY DEANNA 0.230AC
LOT 101 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITE
OR 60 PG 46 127/575 EASEMENT
128/625 144/173 153/62-63 241/

1015 151016-05611020-0000 HX 195.62
TIMMONS LYNN 0.440AC
LOTS 102/& 103 UNIT 1 WAC
CAMPSITES OR 45/567 91/453
97/318 10(8/330 110/548 112/

1016 151016-05611070-0000 HX 195.62
TALMADGE SANDRAE ETAL 0.470AC
LOTS 107 & 108 UNIT 1 WAC
CAMPSITES OR 45 PG 144 255/319
255/320 2000/4560

1017 151016-05611140-0000 247.15
COATES WILLIAM KEVIN. 3.120AC
LOT 114 UNIT I WAC CAMPSITES'
48/11 238/549 TAX DEED 2000/
4655

1018 151016-05611150-0000 345.24
HAGAMAN LINDA G 2.750AC
LOTS 115 116 117 118 119 &
120 UNIT I WAC CAMP 44/15 46/
461 50/289 2005/2226

1019 151016-05611210-0000 249.33
COATES WILLIAM KEVIN 0.570AC
LOT 121 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITE
44/679 238/549 TAX DEED 2000/
4652 UTIL EASEMENT 2006/6417

1020 151016-05611220-0000 84.56
COATES WILLIAM KEVIN 0.580AC
LOT 122 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITES
238/549 TAX DEED 2000/4658
UNTIL EASEMENT 2006/6417

1021 151016-05611490-0010 147.12
JOHNSON GARY W 0.820AC
THE SWRLY PORTION OF LOTS 149
& 150 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITES
DESC AS FOR A PT OF REF COM

1022 151016-05611610-0000 HX 195.62
BURGOS PABLO R 0.310AC
LOT 161 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITES
50/5112000/1227 2005/668 *

1023 151016-05611730-0000 HX 195.62
MOORE THOMAS 0.470AC
LOT 173 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITE
OR 50 PG 554 81/342 84/542
R/W EASEMENT 131/94 160/101-A

1024 151016-05611780-0000 136.69
BURGOS PABLO R 0.580AC
LOTS 178 & i79 UNIT 1 WAC
,CAMPSITES 50/511 2000/1227
2005/668

1025 151016-05611920-0000 94.98
PIERRE FRANTZ 0.270AC
LOT 192 UT 1 WAC CAMPSITES
44/611 46/459 & 609 59/111-112
63/482 69/411 74/241 75/104

1026 151016-05612020-0000 1,084.81
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125/61 & 557 131/557 132/08

1027 151016-05612110-0000 HX 218.91
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LOT 211 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITE
54/574 17,1/302 UTIL EASEMENT
173/431 2005/2782 .,

1028 151016-05612170-0000 94.98
BRUGUERAS HECTORL 0.210AC
LOT 217 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITES
OR 45/128

1029 151016-05612220-0000 .676.54
RODRIGUEZ CARLOS 0.420AC
LOTS 222 & 223 UNIT 1 WAC
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390 UTIL EASEMENT 281/41 291/

1030 151016-05612310-0000 94.98
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114/440 183/378 210/266 2005/
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1031 151016-05612580-0000 1,056.13
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582 56/291 120/78 2003/6123-

1032 151016-05612700-0000 661.38
PIMENTAL PETER M & TERRI L 0.900AC
LOT 270 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITE
40/123 84/592 86/498 104/482
136/285

1033 151016-05612950-0000 HX 195.62


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1034 151016-05613040-0000 ,, HX 967.70
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129/288 153/281 194/26 198/

1035 151016-05613110-0000 214.76
CONSUMER PROPERTIES INC 1.880AC
LOTS 311 & 312 UNIT 1 WAC
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2006/4165

1036 151016-05613180-0000 HX 195.62
BROCK RICHARD B. & DAWN 0.660AC
LOTS 318 319 & 320 WAC
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66/581 83/660 216/398-403 266/

1037 151016-05613350-0000 NHX ,439.10
DISHMAN RICHARD & BRIDGET 0.940AC
LOT 335 UNIT 1 WACCASASSA
CAMPSITE 119/363 133/365 152/
700 153/125-126 184/606

1038 151016-05613360-0000 I HX 195.62
BARKLEY CHEYENNE 0.940AC
LOT 336 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITES
62/128 179/439 UTIL EASEMENT
206/590 2000/1382

1039 151016-05620130-0000 1,171.42
JOHNSON TONY OR CHARLOTTE 5.890AC
LOT 13 UNIT 2 WAC CAMPSITES
61/684 2005/5905 2005/5906
2005/5907 2006/1847

1040 151016-05620170-0000 HX 195.62
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LOT 17 UNIT 2 WAC CAMPSITE
74/468 122/470 165/318
166/130 UTILITY EASEMENT

1041 15,1016-05620370-0000 HX 614.76
CENTER FOR HUMAN DEVEL OUR 5.300AC
LOT 37 UNIT 2 WAC CAMPSITES
OR 58 PG 413 OR 64 PG 232
82/600-601 113/163

1042 151016-05620380-0000 775.77
GIBSON HARRY JOSEPH 5.320AC
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63/491 64/643 2004/5508 2005/ 5627

1043 151016-05620460-0000 996.91
GREENFIELD CHARLES & 5.800AC
LOT 46 UNIT 2 WAC CAMPSITES
OR 67/34 120/621 137/517 149/
237 149/241 153/137 159/391

1044 151016-05620510-0000 1,019.98
SIGMAN GLEN RYAN & JANET ANN 5.000AC
LOT 51 UNIT 2 WAC CAMPSITES
64/10 68/338 99/558 102/253
255/708 256/368 278/148 278/

1045 151016-05620520-0000 731.05
SIGMAN GLEN RYAN & JANET ANN 5.000AC
LOT 52 UNIT 2 WAC CAMPSITES
64/10 68/338 99/558 102/253
255/708 256/368 278/148 278/

1046 151016-05620540-0000 HX 687.65
MATUSIK ROBERT D & BARBARAA 7.480AC
LOT 54 UNIT 2 WAC CAMPSITES
68/215 114/464 115/143 155/224
223/472 229/668 2002/2758

1047 151016-05620560-0000 HX 2,137.05
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LOT 56 UNIT 2 WAC CAMPSITES
65/53 87/171 101/618-619 279/
112 2003/1015 2005/481

1048 151016-05620590-0000 1,128.78
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LOT 59 UNIT 2 WAC CAMPSITES
55/67 82/437 2002/4423'UTIL
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1049 151016-05620600-0000 883.35
FREEMAN JAMES ET AL 7.470AC
LOT 60 UNIT 2 WAC CAMPSITES
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1050 251016-01330000-0030 HX 517.02
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178/287 257/344 258/379 2000/

1051 251016-01330000-0090 HX 195.62
HURLEY BETTY D 5.000AC
LOT 9 SPJ SUBDIVISION CONT 5
ACRES 161/57 163/647
DECLARATION OF DOMICILE

1052 251016-01330000-0100 HIX 416.58
HURLEYADAM E 5.000AC
LOT 10 SPJ SUBDIVISION CONT 5
ACRES 161/57 163/647 259/264
UTIL EASEMENT 263/695

1053 251016-02120000-0180 HX 602.72
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