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Baccalaureate
Wednesday,
May 17, 2006
at 7 p.m. in the
LHS Cafetorium


Graduation
Friday, May 19,
2006 at
7:30 p.m. at
Dale Walker Field


Weather eye
on Mayo







Weather art submitted by,
Cassidy Livingston, 4th grade
Low: 61 High: 80
Scattered
Thunderstorms


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Several county officials as well as members of the community gathered together in a circle to close the observance of the National Day of Prayer
on Thursday, May 4, at noon. The event took place in front of the Lafayette County Courthouse, the side facing Hwy 27. Photo: Ira Mikell.


Lafayette County observes


On Thursdz
cials as well a
community g


National Day of Prayer
noon and lasted for about 20 minutes. In addition, everyone recited the Pledge
Ira Mikeil Jim Legg, Pastor of Mayo Baptist .. of Allegiance, led by Ricky Lyons,
Free Press Reporter Church, was the first to speak and wel- Lafayette County Clerk of Court. Cathy
comed everyone who came out to partici- Palomino, Lafayette County High School
ay, May 4, several county offi- pate. Charlie Walker, of New Hope Baptist drama teacher, led the group in -.inging the
is various members of the Church, was the first to pray. Sheriff Car- national anthem..
gathered together in front of son McCall also led the group in prayer. At the close of the service, everyone


the courthouse in Mayo to observe the Na-
tional Day of Prayer. The event began at


Pastor Chuck Hodge, of Alton Church of
God, gave a devotion about prayer.


SEE PRAYER, PAGE 12A


Lafayette

County schools

scored highest

on FCAT writing

Ira Mikell
Free Press Reporter
Fred Ward, Lafayette County
Schools Superintendent, received word
from the Florida Department of Educa-
tion on Thursday, April 20, that the
2006 Florida Comprehensive Achieve-
ment Test (FCAT) Writes scores were
available.
According to Ward, the test results
showed that Lafayette County Schools
scored in the middle for fourth grade,
and the highest for eighth and 10th
grades. "If you look at the results of
our students compared to our.neigh-
boring counties, we are in the middle
with fourth grade, and at the top for
eighth and 10th," Ward said.
The students, teachers, and parents,
according to Ward, worked extremely
hard to prepare for this test. "The stu-
dents, parents, and teachers need to be
commended for the job they have done
preparing for the FCAT," Ward said.
In the summer of last year, accord-
ing to Ward, the teachers received ex-
tensive training in the form of profes-
sional development opportunities to
assist them .in learning'how to help
their students do well on the FCAT
writing. "This training'has been very
successful. Teachers have done a super
job of preparing students for FCAT
Writes," Ward said. In addition. stu-
dents have been given many opportu-


SEE FCAT, PAGE 12A


No Move Over law violations in
Lafayette County since 2002


Major Ricard D.
Carpenter


Ira Mikell
Free Press Reporter

The Move Over Act was
signed into law in 2002 by
Governor Jeb Bush. Since that


time, Lafayette County has not
had any Move Over law viola-
tions.
According to Major Richard
D. Carpenter, who serves as


SEE NO, PAGE 12A


Back Row, left to right Sgt. T. McMullen, Sgt. R. Fletcher, CO Shon Spikes, Sgt. D. Bevis, CO
J.Vann, CO G. Fortner of Mayo Cl, and Deputies J. Young & T. Boatright of LCSO. Front Row, left
to right: Sgt. M, Roberts, Sgt. M. Tompkins, CO, M. Simpson, and Sgt. T. Holley of Mayo Cl.


Special Olympics Torch Relay
Throughout the entire month of April, In a combined effort from the Rapid Re-,
the intrastate torch relay for the Special sponse Squad at Mayo Correctional Institu-
Olympic Florida State Games covered more tion and the Lafayette County Sheriff's
than 1500 miles and passed through more
than 60 Florida counties. SEE SPECIAL, PAGE 12A


Watch out for flying


Ira Mikell
Free Press Reporter
Encounters with stur-
geon are rare, occurring
only several times a year,


according to the Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conser-
Svation Commission. The
most recent accident took
place on the Suwannee
River near Bell on Satur-
day, April 22. This is the


sturgeon
first incident of sturgeon
landing in a boat and caus-
ing extensive injuries to a
boater this year, according
to Karen Parker, FWC Pub-
lic Information Coordinator
for the north central region.
Sturgeon are still protect-
ed on the Endangered
SEE WATCH, PAGE 12A


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Moms/Ladies Day Out
Moms/Ladies Day Out will be held Saturday, May 13,
10 a.m. 5 p.m. at'the GFWC Branford Woman's Club.
Creative Memories Getting Started classes and scrap-
booking will be held all day long. Mary Kay: Satin
Hands, Satin Lips, facials, etc. Gold Canyon Candles,
aromatherapy candles, Moments Remembered fra-
grances, Avon, 10-minute chair massages, door prizes,
gift baskets drawings --- and more! Advanced tickets $10
at Branford Hardware, $15 at the door.
Vendors interested in a display table; cost $20. Call
Kathy Stark at 386-935-3487. If you need more informa-
tion call Melissa Lamb 935-1801, Kathy Stark 935-3487, oi
Vickie Myers 935-3716.


Kejgion
What is your
church
doing?
Let us hear
from you!
Have an article
you want printed?
Send it to us!
Phone: 294-1210
Fax: 294-2666
n/c


EMS.

Appreciation

Week
Come out and meet your
EMS, Fire Departments;'
and law enforcement offi-
cials on Saturday, May 20,
from 10 12 noon at the%
EMS Station in Mayo. There
will, be live entertainment
by Green River Connection
band.
For more information
watch upcoming issues of
the Free Press. You may
also call 294-1633.


sidelines or in the battle?


On the
Have you heard, "Be sure
your sin will find you
out?"...
The context in which the
above statement appears
has to do with the sin of not
getting involved in the bat-
tle. In the particular case 2
of the 12 tribes of Israel that
had been delivered by God,
out of Egyptian bondage
saw a portion of land fit for
raising cattle just prior to
crossing the Jordan River
into the Promised Land.
Their leaders approached
Moses and Eleazar the
priest in Numbers chapter
32 regarding the land
which the Lord smote be-
fore the congregation of Is-
rael saying, it is a land for
cattle, and thy servants
have cattle. And they went
r on to ask Moses, "Let this
land be given unto thy ser-
varits for a possession and
bring us not over Jordan."
Moses first impression is
that they want to sit back
and enjoy their inheritance
while their brethren go to
war. Moses asks in Num-
bers 32:7, "And wherefore.
discourage ye the heart of
the children of Israel from
going over into the land
which the Lord,hath given


them?" To shorten the sto-
ry, in verses 17 and 18 of
the same chapter the lead-
ers of the 2 'tribes promise
"But we ourselves will go
ready armed before the
children of Israel, until we
have brought them unto
their place, we will not re-
turn unto our houses until
the children of Israel have
inherited every man his in-
heritance."
The sin that would find


Arctic Edge: Where adventure meets courage


dren learn that it takes
courage to stand up for their.
beliefs arid convictions
when faced with opposition


There will be a Vacation
Bible School kick-off held on
Saturday, June 3, beginning
at 5 p.m. at Hatch Bend Bap-
tist Church, located at 3029
S.E. CR 500. Everyone is in-
vited to join in the fun, fel-
lowship, games and food. .
The VBS Arctic Edge Chal-
lenge begins on June 5-June
9 from 6-9 p.m. each night.
,.There will be VBS classes for
ages 4 years through 12th
grade. Family night will be
held on Friday 'night,. June 9
at 6 p.m.
During this 'fun-filled
\\eek we will learn about
Biblical courage. Trekking
through Alaska-to the Arctic
region requires courage to
face the harsh living condi-
tions. In comparison chil-

POOL CHLORINE

SRefill
SEAMAN'S AQUA CLEAN
..0u W H.:o.ard St., Live Oak
262609-F 362-4043


submitted by David Matier
They walked in tandem,
each of the ninety-two stu-
dents filing into the already
crowded auditorium With
rich maroon gowns flowing
and the traditional caps,
they .,looked almost as
grown up. as they felt.
Dads swallowed hard be-
hind broad .mile's, and
Moms freely brushed away
tears.
This class would not pray
during the commence-
ments----not by choice, but
because of a recent court
ruling prohibiting it.
The principal and several
students were careful to
stay within the guidelines
allowed by the ruling. They
gave inspirational and chal-
-lenging speeches, but no
one mentioned divine guid-
ance and no one asked for
blessings on the graduates
or their families.
The- speeches were nice,
but they were routine.....un-
til the final speech received
a standing ovation.
A solitary student


about their belief in God.
For more information
please call Pastor George
Dunn at 386-935-0943.


walked proudly to the mi-
crophone. He stood still
and silent for just a mo-
-ment, and then, it hap-.
pened. All 92 students,
every single one of them,
suddenly SNEEZED!!!!
The student on-stage sim-
ply looked at the audience
and said, GOD BLESS
YOU, each and every one of
you!" And he walked off
stage...,
The audience exploded
into applause. The graduat-
ing class found a unique
way to invoke God's bless-
ing on their future with or
without the court's ap-
proval.
Isn't this a wonderful sto-
ry? Pass it on to all your
'friends.........and
GOD BLESS YOU!!!!
In God We Trust, United
We Stand. '
This is a true story; hap-
pened at the University of
Maryland. It's inspiring.
"Life is a journey & Christ
wants to be our companion
on it, not just someone we
talked to at the last rest stop.


AIRLINE BAPTIST CHURCH ISBC)......294-2676
C,:.- P -r..r L.-rr. Law
SIund :,
Sunday School.............................................................. 9:45 a.m .
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Fellows!.if Sup.e r i nnc" ?n p n',
Awanas t :a-.' R.B bl *.tLud, i: p rr,
Located Four Mile, Eat of Nlaho on Higha%, 27
"0 Come Let us Vorship The Lord" P_ 915.6 .,i

ALTON CHURCH OF GOD.....................294-3133
Pjastor .. Re Ch.arles E Hodge, Jr.
Youth P.stor Chan Perry
Nll._c Linr,:t,:,r B ari,-_ie Ptrri
Children -i Ptor .. ........ R, an & Iittlam Prr-
Surda, 'rd-'oo ...... '5. mni
Worhip Seri :e. K I D S Church 101 45 a.m
Everunng Worship ... i p r
Farrjl', Nihr 'ouih ClublChurchi i p ni 1dr.sda
State Road 2" ;r,, f

BETHEL HOLY CHURCH.........294-1932
"Affiliated with Mt. Sinai Holy Churches of America Inc."
Pastor.................................... .................... Elder Carolyn Dem ps
Sunday School..... ..... ..............11:00 a.m.
Worship Service............................ ... ......... .....12:00 p.m.
Thursday Bible Study................7:00 p.m.
357 Pine Street
"Membership means Discipleship" 226670-F

HATCHBEND APOSTOLIC CHURCH..935-2806
Pastor......... ........................................................ Rev. Steve Boyd
Sunday School............................. ........................... ...10:00 a.m .
Evening W orship........................................................... 6:00 p.m .
W ed. Light for Living.................................................... 7:30 p.m .
Located 4 miles South on Hwy. 349,
then left on CR 138, follow signs. 226671-F

FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD.................294-1811
Sunday School............................................... 9:45 a.m .
SdaI" Worship Service.;............................................10:30 aam.
S Kid's lhurch...........................................1.......11:00 a.m .
Evening Worship......................................6....6:00 p.m.
-a Youth Impact........:.......................................... 7:00 p.m.
~ednet Adult Bible Study................................... 7:00 p.m.
Pastor: David Stephens
Youth Pastor: Daryl Pletcher
Located at 294 SE Mill Street, Mayo "Renewing Hope and Building Lives" .

Hatch Bend Baptist Church
Pastor George Dunn
935-0943
Sunday School............................. 9:45 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship.......................................11:00 a.m.
Sunday Evening ......................................................,.....6:00 p.m .
Wednesday Evening................................................... 7:00 p.m.
3029 S.E. CR 500 255874-F


Methodist Church
Phone: 386-294-1661
MAYO FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Located SE-corner of Hwy. 27 & FL 51 Mayo.
Pastor Jim Gamble


. 10 a.m.
11 I') am.
i, i p.m.,


"The Friendly Mavo Methodist"


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To Place Your Church

In Our Church Directory,

call Myrtle at 362-1734'

MAYO BAPTIST CHURCH...........(386)294-1020
Pastor: Brother Jimmy Legg
Interim M usic ............................................ ............... Kathy Palam ino
Sunday Schedule
Bible Study .............. -................................................... '... .9:45 A .M .
W worship Service............ ........ ........................... 11:00 A.M .
Sunday Night Service.........:.......................................... 6:00 P.M .
Wednesday Night Schedule
Adult Prayer Service ........................... ....... .... 6:30 P.M.
mavobaptistchurch@alltel.net 778708-F

MIDWAY BAPTIST CHURCH
Pastor: Danny Rogers
Sunday School.....................................................................10:00 a.m .
Worship Service .............;............. ........... 11:00 a.m.
Discipleship Training.........................................................6:00 p.m .
Evening W orship................ ..................... ................ 7:00 p.m .
Prayer Meeting Wednesday........................ .................7:00 p.m.
Located on County Road 354
"For If.Ye Forgive Men Their Tresspasses Your Heavenly
Father Will Also Forgive You" Matt. 6:14 226707 F

ST. MATTHEW'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Contact Number in Mayo (386) 294-2218
Vicar................................................................ Rev. Linda Low ry
Sr. W arden .............................................................Pippy Cashm an
Celebration of Holy Eucharist at 7:00 PM
each Wednesday to be followed by light
refreshments and Christian Education.
Located One Block North of the Courthouse in Mayo. "
Loae n lc-Nrho h ortos nMy.


LIGHTHOUSE CHRISTIAN CENTER...294-3089
Pastor, John Whittington
Sunday Praise and Worphip Service.;... .....10:30 a.m.
Children's Church. .....10:30 a.m.
Sunda t Serv0 ........................................................6:00
y p.m.


W wednesday Service..................................... ........... 7:00p.m .
Wed. Children's and Teen's Service............. .........7:00 p.m.
State Road 51 Mayo ~ "Love Never Fails" 22705o.
Bethel Creek Baptist Church...................658-2398
Pastor : Sherwood E. Sawyer
Sunday School............................................. ......................9:45 a.m .
Sunday W orship Service................................................ 11:00 a.m .
Sunday Evening Worship.......................................... 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Bible Study............................................ .....7:00 p.m.
Nursery available for all services
located 3 miles North of Day on Highway 53
Where you are always welcomed 226720-F


To Place Your Church In


Our Church Directory,




Call Myrtle at 362-1734-


Jesus Christ Fellowship
Community Church,
A Full Gospel Ministry
of Mayo Florida, Inc.
294-1656
Deacon Lemon Curtis Watson,
Chairman of the Deacon Ministry
Mother Emma Watson, General Mother
Located on Lake St.
at the corner of San Pedro St.
Church Services
Sunday School .................... 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship................11:00 a.m.
Tuesday Service.:...................-7:00:p.m.
(r'[ar '( r.! r, r.c d Bibt, l, .IJd I
Worship means Celebration, Communication,
and Consecration.
Church Membership means Commitment.
Disdpleship means a student of the
word of God. 2557-F


New Beginnings Church
a place for you
Pastor...............Wayne Hudson
Phone Number.......386-294-1244
newbeginningschurch@alltel.net .
Purpose Statement' -
New Beginnings exists to provide an environment
where People can discover and develop a passion for
God that is Real relevant and relational.
Presently meeting in'the
Lafayette High School Cafethrium
Service Schedule:
Sun. Morning Worship ............:........10:00 a.m.
AtNew Bginninns there's always "aplseforw."
www.newbeginningschurchmayo.com
261390-F

Ephesus Advent
Christian Church
Pastor Bill Talley
963-5600
208-9626
Sunday School Service.... 9:45 a.m.
Worship Service.............. 11:00 a.m.
Prayer Meeting.............. 7:00 p.m.

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them. out was the sin of not
getting into the battle. Just
going to church is not.
enough. Are you getting
into the battle? Are you
helping to fight the war? If
not, be sure your sin will
find you out (Numbers
32:23).
David H. Matier, DPC
Christian/Biblical
Counseling
mailto:dmatier@alltel.net"
dmatier@alltel.net 050306


The Sneeze


NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH
Pastor Re" -Charlie Walker
"ndy.y 5.'Jbol .... 10 Io a m
M morning W orship....................:..........'........................... 11:00 a.m .
DisdpleshipTraining ....... ...... 6 00 p m.
Evening WV or-hap...... ........ .................... -. m.
A dult Choir........... .............................:.......................8:00 p.m .
Prayer Meeting, Bible Study & Mission Group-Wed...7:00 p.m.
Located Two Miles North of Mayo Off Highway 51
S"Come And Hear, All Ye That Fear God" Ps. 66:16 226708-F


PLEASANT GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH (SBC).294-1306
Pastor.......................................................................Ted Rushing
Sund \ l ... .................................................. 9,:45 a.m .
W\:'rsil p r ict .... ...... .. ..... ....................................... 11:00 a.m .
Wednesday Discipleship Training.............6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Evening Training...............................................................6:00 p.nm.
Team Kids Night ....................... ............... ................ 6:30 p.m.
Seven miles West of Mayo, left on CR 534 then right on 350A
Jesus Saves -- 226719-F


NEW HARMONY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
160th St.
(Go south on 51 to 160th, turn right)
Pastor: Stan Posey
Phone (386) 776-1806
SUNDAY
Sunday W orship............................................................. 9:30 am
Bible Study........................................... :. ............................ 10:30 am
WEDNESDAY
W omen's Bible Study............................................... .........10:00 am
255879-1


DaVid H. Matter
David H. Matier


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THURSDAY, MAY 11, 2006


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Morgan, Taylor and Cassidy would like to announce
the approaching marriage of their parents Chris and Nan-
cy.
The wedding will take place in Panama City Beach on
May 20, 2006 at 7:30 p.m.

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Jeff and Donna Williams of Monticello remind you of
the upcoming marriage of their daughter, Leslie Marie
Williams, to Stephen Anthony Sims, son of Howard and
Mallory Sims of Day.
An outside Wedding is planned at Myrtlewood Plan-
tation located in Thomasville, Ga. at 3:30 p.m., Satur-
day, May 20. A reception will follow at Myrtlewood
Clubhouse.
All friends and tamily are invited to attend.
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Volunteers needed
Are you 'looking. for a
flexible volunteer opportu-
nity that enables you to
make a, real difference in
the lives of seniors in your
community? Do you like to
help others resolve prob-
lems? If you answered yes
to these questions, then the
Florida Department of El-
der Affairs may have the
perfect volunteer position
for you!
Volunteers are needed in
Lafayette County for the
award-winning SHINE
(Serving Health Insurance
Needs of Elders) Program.
SHINE is a free Medicare
and health insurance infor-
mation and counseling pro-
gram that helps elders
make informed decisions.
These volunteers will as-
sist in the award-winning
SHINE (Serving Health In-
surance Needs of Elders)
Program, a free Medicare
and health insurance infor-
mation and counseling pro-
gram that helps elders
make informed decisions.


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in Lafayette County!
SHINE volunteers help
N medicare recipients under-
stand the new Medicare
prescription drug benefit,
as well as compare supple-
mental insurance policies,
interpret coverage and re-
view Medicare and health
insurance forms.
SHINE counseling takes
place at designated com-.
munity centers or by tele-
phone. Seniors and their
caregivers receive informa-
tion and assistance on pro-
grams that may help to re-
duce their health insurance
and prescription .medica-
tion costs.
Free comprehensive
training is provided. Please
contact the Elder Helpline
and tell then you would
like to find out more about
becoming a SHINE volun-
teer.
Apply now for our next
training class. Introductory
training will take place in
Gainesville on July 18. Call
1-800-262-2243 today for
more information!


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STORY for kids


Here's a chance for chil-
dren and parents to learn
about healthy eating and ex-
ercise. Called STORY, a UF
Healthy Lifestyle Research
Program and Suwannee
County Extension Service
will also build positive self-
images. Registration is open
by calling toll-free 866-673-
9623.
Everyday situations and
simple changes to current
lifestyle choices will be ad-
dressed. The program will
last approximately four
months and will be held at
Suwannee County Exten-
sion Office, 1302 Eleventh
Street, SW, Live Oak. The
program is a joint effort be-
tween the Extension Office
and researchers from Uni-
versity of Florida (UF).
Grant monies from the Na-
tional Institute for Diabetes
& Digestive & Kidney Dis-
eases (NIDDK) will cover
the costs of the program.
The program is designed
for children and' their par-
ents (or legal guardians)
from Suwannee and Hamil-
ton Counties (or nearby rur-
al areas) who meet the fol-
lowing description:
Children, 8-13 years old,
who have concerns about
their weight
* A A parent or legal
guardian who is willing to-
participate in the program
Participants who are in-
terested in changing their
eating and exercise habits
. What is this all about?
FUN, FACTS, FRIENDS
AND SUPPORT
Having FUN with hands
on activities, taste testing
and exercise games.
Learning FACTS .on
how to improve physical ac-
tivities and eat healthy
foods. ,
' Making FRIENDS in a
health\ eninonment
Helping tamilv meem-'
bers SUPPORT each other.
Why is this study impor-
tant?
Being overweight is a
problem among youth and
adults.
Rural areas have high
rates of overweight and obe-
sity.
Being overweight could
lead to health problems.
Being overweight could
have a negative impact on
self-esteem.


*. Until now, there have
been few weight manage-
ment programs for families
in rural communities.
This study will examine
ways to help you and your
children improve your eat-
ing habits and increase your
activity level to promote
healthy body weight, posi-
tive self-esteem, and a
healthier lifestyle.
What will we be asked to
do?
Families who volunteer
for this research will partici-
pate in a no-cost, four-
month weight management
program including:
Weekly group-based
sessions aimed at promot-
ing healthy lifestyles, physi-
cal fitness and healthy body


weight.
Food tasting.
Compensation for travel
to and from sessions.
Pedometers provided at
no-cost to help participants
track steps.
All activities will take
place at the local Suwannee
County Extension office or
another facility within the
county.
If you are interested or
would like more informa-
tion, please contact the pro-
gram toll-free at 866-673-
,9623.
Meredith Taylor
Suwannee County
Extension Service
1302 Eleventh Street, SW
Live Oak, FL 32064
(386) 362-2771


What JnakAA a S1vAsww SmQil
After a Shriner has crossed the sands,
He gets involved, has busy hands
It's not all just fun and games you see.
He's a part of the world's greatest philanthropy.

Sure there's lots of glitter and flash
From the top of his fez to his bright red sash.
Shriners parade right downtown
With horses, bands, calliopes and clowns.

Shriners grin at the sound of bands oriental
And they like the look of things ornamental.
There's a smile under that fez in the crowd.
And some of the antics make you laugh out loud.

But Shrinedom is more than a football game,
Or hosting a circus in the Shriner's name.
Behind all this is a lesson learned
It's caring for kids who are crippled or burned.

At orthopedic hospitals and burns institutes,
Treatment is free for these recruits,
Without regard to race or creed,
Shriners treat them according to need.

They're called "Nobles" those guys in red hats.
And what they do is just that.
They're a valuable part of society.
And what they do is noble, indeed.

':Wh.y does a Shriner smile?" you ask
Look at how he' meetg'the'task. "' ""
Two million dollars a,day is what it costs'
To help the kids with what they lost.

What makes a Shriner smile?
It's a bright-eyed kid who's bound to beguile.
It's watching a stop and then one more
By a kid with crutches who couldn't walk before.

So if you want to see a Shriner grin,
Just talk about crippled children to him.
Ask how he helps a burned or crippled kid,
And how they were treated 'cause of what he did.
l\'ritten b'iy: Keith Rounds, Korien Shrine Temple


Marvin Green

Marvin Green


Marvin Green of Day,
died May 5, 2006 at E. T.
York Hospice Center in
Gainesville. He was 85.
Mr. Green was born and
educated in Brooklyn, New
York. He later moved to
New Jersey.
After military service he
%worked in the Engineering
laboratories in New Jersey.
After working min several
companies, he left to work
for Lukeline Fasteners
where he became president,
and then owner.
He was a member of Con-
gregation B'Nai Israel Syna-
gogue in Gainesville, Day
Nlasonic Lodge, Mayo Ro-
tar \ Club, Mayo Shrine
Club, American Legion, Re-
tired Army Signal Co. and
several volunteer groups. ,-"
Survivors include his
wife Elouise, one son
Roger, his wife Margie,
their children Maxwell and
Ariel, two daughters, Va-
lerine Perlis, her daughters,
Rebecca and (Jason) Shirra
and (Mark), Ella and Han-
nah. Mr. Green is also sur-
rived b\ man\ other rela-
tives and friends.
NIENIORIAL SERVICES
WILL BE HELD ON SAT-
URDAY, MAY 13, AT 11
AM AT BREWER LAKE
BAPTIST CHURCH IN
DAY.
M' memorials ma\ be sent
to The Penn\ Foundation
P.O. Box '884, Mayo, FL
32066, for the Marvin Green
Scholarship Fund.

La fayette' Coupty -Public
School District Numbers
Bus Garage: 294-2748
Elementary School:
294-2882
Lafayette High School:
2'4-1701
Superintendent of
Schools: 294-1351


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Florida tomato


Submitted by:
Priscilla Cashman
The humble tomato is
consumed by most people
every day in some shape
or form, whether in
ketchup, pizza, pasta,
soups or salads.
Offering a delightful ver-
satility of taste and color,
this is perhaps why theav-
erage person in the United
States eats over 90 pounds
of fresh and processed
tomatoes a year.
This high intake is good
news because studies are
showing that a diet rich in
tomato-based products
may reduce the risk of
some cancers, such as
breast, prostate and skin.
It may also help reduce
levels of cholesterol and
heart disease.
The key to these health
claims rests with ly-
copene, a carotenoid that
gives the tomato its rich
red color. Studies show
that antioxidants such as
lycopene work by mop-
ping up molecules in the
body which would other-.
wise cause damage to
healthy cells. This damage
is thought to be a major
cause of many degenera-,
tive diseases.
The redder the tomato,
the higher the lycopene
content. Eighty-five per-
cent of our daily lycopene
comes from tomatoes.
Other good sources in-




Starlight Brownie Troop
#272 of Mayo would like-to
add these additional names
to our list in the thank you
that ran last week in the
Free Press: Baha Cruiser,'
Peggy Nall.
We would also like to say
thank you to anyone else
that v.,e might have failed
to ni h' pir Biat-
all the donations.


.. ...
.,., .- i ,

Priscilla Cashman

clouded pink grapefruit,
watermelon and rosehips.
Research has found that
cooked tomato products
such as tomato sauce,
tomato juice, tomato paste
and ketchup have a high-
er lycopene content be-
cause they are more con-
centrated. One fresh, raw
tomato contains on aver-
age 3.7 mg of lycopene
compared with 100g of
tomato sauce, which con-
tains 16.0 mg of lycopene.
'Cooked products are also
more readily absorbed by'
the body.
There is no specific rec-
ommended daily ly-
copene intake at present,
but based' on recent evi-,
dence, many health pro-
fessionals 'advocate a diet
rich in tomato products.
These should be included
in the five to 10 servings
of fruits and vegetables as
recommended in the re-
cent dietary guidelines in
the MyPyramid Food
Guidance System.
For .more information
about Florida tomatoes
call Priscilla Cashman,
Program Assistant, :Uni-
versity of Florida, Family
Nutrition Program,
Lafayette County Cooper-
ative Extension Service at
386-294-1279.
.(Note Taken from Inside
Florida Food, Florida
Agiroullt#rei 'l pibhii-io l
by Florida Farm Bureau.)


By Linda Smith
The topic of discussion at
the weekly Rotary meeting
was the District Conference
which was held this year in
Panama City. Rotary presi-
dent Jana Hart and secre-
tary-treasurer, Bill Primm
gave an overall report about
the conference and shared
with Rotarians some of the
activities that took place
and information that was
,learned at the district con-
ference.
Of course one of the high-
lights as shared by presi-
dent Hart were some of the
awards that the Mayo Ro-
tary Club received. The club
received 3rd place in the Ro-
tary Bulletin contest. Angie
Ceraso does a great job with
the production of the week-
ly bulletin.
Rotarians look forward
each week to reading the
bulletin because if you
missed the last meeting
there is a brief summary of
the program and of course
you can find out who has
the program for the day and
for the rest of the month.
Usually included in the bul-


Want to be a
Brownie Girl Scout
Leader or
Co-Leader?
Anyone interested in
Volunteering their time
to help our girls and to
become a Brownie Girl
Scout Leader or Co-
Leader please contact
Mlary Lou Barwick at
.36-294-3468 (H) 386-
208-8133 (Cell) for more
information.
\We need someone. to
volunteer their time so
a Bro,, .. -pie Troop!. l.e
a Brownie Troop!


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letin are current activities as-
sociated with Rotary Interna-
tional and of course last but
not least is a bit of humor,
which everyone loves to read
and get their laugh for the
day. Thanks again for all the
hard work "Mr. C.".
The Mayo Rotary Club
also received four merit
awards; Vocational Service
Merit Award, Public Rela-
tions Merit Award, Commu-
nity Service Merit Award
and World Community Ser-
vice Honorable Mention
Merit Award.
President Hart expressed
to Rotariahs how extremely
proud she is of the Mayo Ro-'
tary Club. She also expressed
her appreciation .to the Free
Press for, all the coverage
they provide for the club.
Hart and Primm encour-
aged Rotarians to think
about attending next years
District Conference which


UF/IFAS to host

its annual

Twilight Field Day

with a daytime twist


The University of Flori-
da/Institute of Food and
Agricultural Sciences
(UF/IFAS) will host its
annual Twilight Field Day
at the North Florida Re-
search and Education
Center in Suwannee Val-
ley (NFREC-SV) located
at County Road 417, on
Tuesday, May 23. This
year there will also be a:
special program that be-
gins at 2 p.m., with the
regular field day begin-
ning with dinner at 5 p.m.
Attendees can choose
two of the five tours: Pro-
tected Culture, Hydro-
ponics, Field Cut Flow-
ers / Grasses and Designer
Vegetables, Fruit and Nut
Crops for North Florida,
Vegetable and Agronomic
Crop BMPs, On-Farm
Pond Management, and
Forestry and Wildlife
Management.
. Twilight Field Day is an
opportunity for commer-
cial growers-small and
large, master .gardeners,
and other agricultural en-
thusiasts, to learn about
the most recent UF/IFAS
research and develop-
ment, including. the latest


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varieties, new cultural
practices and manage-
ment techniques.
By attending the Field
Day, growers will be able
to see how to diversify the
farm by considering new
enterprises and also how
to make the most efficient
use of natural resources
already on the farm, said
Bob Hochmuth, a
UF/IFAS multi-county ex-1
tension agent at NFREC-
SV.
The special daytime
program, Finding Niche
Markets, which will be
held from 2 p.m. to 4:30
p.m., will give growers a
chance to learn about mar-
keting opportunities for
their operation.
Marketing is the key to
any successful enterprise,
said Linda Landrum, a
UF/IFAS multi-county ex-
tension agent at NFREC-
SV. By attending the niche
marketing seminar, par-
ticipants will understand
basic marketing strate-
gies, help them to identify
direct marketing opportu-
nities and network with
other farmers interested in
similar marketing oppor-
tunities.
Registration, which in-
cludes the niche marketing
seminar, dinner, tour pro-
gram booklet, refreshments
and other, materials, is $15
per person. Space for the
niche marketing seminar is
limited to the first 25 reser-
vations, so please indicate
your participation when
registering., The. deadline
for registration is 5 p.m. on
May 16. To register, e-mail
Karen Hancock at
'.mailto:khlancock,'ias.ufl.e

"mailto:khancock.i'ifas,.ufl.e
du" khancock@ifas.ufl.edu,
call (386) 362-1725, or visit
http: / /nfrec-sv.ifas.ufl.edu
for more information.

Charity

Gateway
Partners Inc.f

Helping those

in need in

rural areas and
towns

What: Mobile Food
Pantry to visit Tri-Counity
area: Levy, Dixie, Gilchrist.
Who: Charity Gateway
Partners, Inc. is a non-prof-
it organization that pro-
vides social services to peo-
-ple in need, specifically in
rural areas.
When: Mobile Pantry
will be in north Dixie
County on May '19, all day,
distributing food and
household items. Also at
15049 NE Highway 349
Branford (1/2 mile south
of Dixie / Lafayette County
line).
For more information
call Charity Gateway Part-
ners, Inc. at 352-313-6500
ext. 109.


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IIJI IlA V II TE1YO RE PR M o


61st Annual Newberr


Watermelon Festival Saturday


Contact Information:
Deana McLendon .or
Chari Martin
POB 929, Newberry,
Florida 32669
Phone: 352-316-6628
.Email: newberrywater-
melonfestival@yahoo.com
Location: Canterbury
Equestrian Showplace on
SR 26 east of Newberry,
Florida.
Gate Admission: $1 per
person will be collected at
the gate 3yrs and under
FREE.
Parade:
When:
Saturday, May 13, at
9am.
Route: The parade begins
at the Newberry Fire Sta-
tion on US 27/45 and pro-
ceeds south to the traffic
light at SR 26 (Newberry
Road). The parade will
turn right at traffic light
and will continue west
through historical down-
town Newberry on SR 26,
ending at the corner of
Newberry Rd arid NW
260th Street. \
Highlights:
Grand Marshall, festival
pageant' winners in the
Baby, Jr. King, Jr. Queen
and Teen Queen categories,
will ride in the parade. The
current, 2005 Newberry
Watermelon Festival
Queen, Ashley Pevey, will
ride in the parade as well as
the 2006 Watermelon
Queen 'contestants. The
2006 Queen will be
crowned at the festival later
that'evening. We will an-
ndunce the winners of the


Mayo

Slearns
The Mayo Woman's Club
met on Tuesday, April 11,
at the Methodist Church
Annex. With daughters
heading off to college and
the .increased- crime in
neighboring cities like.
Gainesville and Tallahas-
see, it seemed like the op-
portune time to learn what'
women can do to help pro-
tect themselves.
We were fortunate to
have Sheriff Carson McCall
and School Resource Offi-
cer Gerald Powers give the
Woman's Club tips on stay-
ing safe. Some things they
recommended were being
aware of your surround-,
ings, walk confidently, car-
ry your cell phone or urnm-
brella in your hand, and if
attacked,. scream. 'One of
the things that surprised,
some members: was that
thieves will often look at
what type of bags you are
'carrying.
They will be more likely
to target a patron of a more"
upscale department store.
It was recommended that
you put smaller bags into
larger bags arid preferably


parade float contest during
the Auction and Awards at
the festival.
Parade Coordinator:
Kathi Thomas, ph# 352-
472-6512
Pageants:
When:
Friday, May 5, at 7pm -
Children and Teen Queens.
Pageant (5-16 yrs old),
Saturday, May 6, at 9am -
Baby Pageant (0-4yrs old)
Friday, May 12, at 7:30
pm Queen Pageant (17-
22yrs old)
Saturday, May 13, at 8pmr
- Crowning of 2006 New-
berry Watermelon Festival
Queen
Highlights:
All pageant winners from,
the Baby, Jr. King, Jr.
Queen and Teen Queen- cat-
egories will ride in the pa-
rade on May 13th. The cur-
rent 2005 Newberry Water-
melon Festival Queen, Ash-
ley Pevey, 'will take her fi-
nal walk as 2005 NWF
Queen on Friday, May 12.
Each year .the queen must
participate in the Florida
State Watermelon .Queen's
Pageant as part of her
reign.
Pageant Coordinator:
Lisa Hughes, ph# 352-472-
6853 ft all applications are
available on our website.
Craft, Food and Business
Exhibits:
When:
Saturday, May 13, from
9am-5pm
Exhibitor Applications:
We try to have a w-ide % a-
riety of food, craft and busi-.
ness exhibitors. We usually


have approximately 60 ex-
hibitors at the festival. We
try to limit our exhibitors
so that there are no dupli-
cates. There is electric and
some water available. Our
applications are available
on our website.
Exhibitor Coordinators:
Kim Stinton and Shanna
Silcox, ph# 352-316-6628.
Festival Contests:
When:
Saturday, May 13, from
12:30-3pm
Deadline for Signing up
is 12 noon
Types of Contests:
The Pie/Cake Baking
Contest is always a deli-
cious contest. This contest
will be handled by Ms.
Deana McLendon with
contestant entries entered
by 12 noon. The-winners
will be announced and pre-
sented, with a trophy dur-,
ing the Auction and
Awards.
The Watermelon Rolling,
Hog Calling, Seed Spitting
and Watermelon Eating
contestant will be random-
ly drawn. You may sign-
up for all contest in your
age group, however, there.
will only be a limit number
of contestants for each age'
group. Awards will be giv-
en in each contest and age
group. .
Pie/Cake Baking Contest.
- bring dessert' to Club
House by 12 noon
Watermelon Rolling
Contest (ages up to 5yrs
old) sign-up at festival by :
12 noon .
Hog Calling Contest (all


have the outside bag be
from a, more inexpensive
store. If you carry pepper
spray, Sheriff McCall rec-
ommended a-5 to 5 1/2 oz.
capsicum spray small
enough to fit in your purse
or on your keychain.
The Mayo Woman's
Club is growing and start-.
ing new outreaches. We
welcomed new member,
Vicky Wilcox. Member Ina
Putnal is starting a "Learn
to Crochet" 'workshop at
the Lafayette County Pub-


lic Library. You can con-
tact the library at 294-1021,
for more information. This
month, the Woman's Club
donated over $300 in mate-
rials for the patients of the
Veteran's Hospital in Lake
City.
Hostesses for the meet-
ing were Ina Putnal,
Louise Runyon, Elouise
'Green, O'Neal Wimberly,
Sally Wanner, and Cheryl.
Pulliam. Charlotte O'steen
and MaryAnn Blume-
Lloyd won the door prizes.


, May 13
ages) sign-up at festival by
12 noon
Seed Spitting Contest (all
ages) sign-up at festival by
12 noon
Watermelon. Eating Con-
test (all ages) sign-up at
festival by 12 noon

Carnival:
When:
Thursday, May 11, from
.5-10pm
Friday, May 12, from 5-
10pm
Saturday, May 13, from
9am-llpm
Carnival Information:
Carnival will have many
rides for all ages. Some of
the rides will be: Slide,
Troopers,. Tilt, Round Up,
Scrambler, Cobra, Wipe
Out, Go Gator, Boats, Berry,
Sky Fighter;, Helicopter,
Jump, Critter Track,
Raiders, Trucks and
,Bounce.
Information Booth:
When:
Saturday, May 13, from ,
9am-5pm .
Festival Information:
Our Information Booth
will have 2006 Newberry
Watermelon Festival t-
shirts and caps for sell. T-
shirt sizes will range from
youth XS to adult XXL.
Also, we will have our
,60th' Annual Newberry.
Watermelon Festival
Cookbooks.
Entertainment:
When:
Saturday, May 13', start-
ing at 6:30pm
Entertainers:
We will have a free con-
cert starting at 6:30 pm with-
Newberry's Own MNr. Mark
Copeland, 'who will get
your feet stomping and
blood circulating. After
Mark has entertained us"
and we have crowned our
2006 Queen, we will have a
recording artist will per-
form. There will be a limit-
ed number of assigned re-.
served seats available for
purchase the day of the fes-
tival. These seats will be in
the arena area.


* Thin dense pine stands.
* Control understory
plant competition.
* Minimize tree wounds
during harvests.


PREVENT


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Death pensions

are available
submitted by Carlton Black, '
Lafayette County Veterans Service
officer
The Department of Veterans
Affairs is making available
Death Pension Benefits payable
to dependents of deceased
wartime veterans. In order to
know if you are eligible for this
program, call Carlton Black,
Lafayette County Veteran Ser-
vice Officer, at 386-294-5010..
Black's office is located in the, Carlton Black
Lafayette County Courthouse.
His office hours.are from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. every
Wednesday.
You can also call the VA using their toll-free num-
ber at 1-800-327-1000. Information aboutthe program
can also be obtained from their website at
http://www.va.gov.
You may be eligible 'if you meet all of the following
conditions, as stated in the information about the pro-
gram:
1. The deceased veteran was discharged from ser-
vice under other than dishonorable conditions.
2. He or she served 90 days or more of active duty
with at least 1 day during a period of war time. With
the advent of the Guilf War on 8/2/90, veterans can
now serve after 9/7/80 during a period of wartime.
When they do, they generally now must serve 24
months to be eligible for pension or any other bene-
fits. '

3: You are the surviving spouse or unmarried child
'of the deceased veteran.
4. Your countable income is below a yearly limit set
by law.,
.Those who:are eligible and apply, will receive 12.
equal monthly payments from the VA. The payments
are determined by calculating the difference between
your countable income and the yearly income limit.

Tiny Trotters World's

smallest basketball team


We are a team of full
grown LITTLE PEOPLE'
plus 1 large player, probably
the world's smallest basket-
'ball team. This will be bas-
ketball like you.have never
seen before.
There will be two hours of
fun, laughter, and entertain-
ment on Friday, May 12, at 7
p.m. at the Lafayette High
School gym. Tickets are $6 at
the door. Purchase your
tickets at LHS or Lafayette
Elementary school for $5 in
advance. Tickets will be sold


NFCC increases online course offerings
. North Florida Community College is offering a total of
29 online courses this summer; 14 during Summer Term A
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submitted by Leo Morabito
AKA Tombstone
I saw you,
hug your purse closer to you in the gro-
cery store line. But, you didn't see me, put
an extra $10.00 in the collection plate last
Sunday.

I saw you,
pull your child closer when we passed
each other on the sidewalk.
But, you didn't see me, playing Santa at
the local mall.

I saw you,
change your mind about going into the
restaurant.
But, you didn't see me, attending a
meeting to raise money for the hurricane
relief.

I saw you,
roll up your window and shake your
ead when I rode by. '
But, you didn't see me, riding behind
you when you flicked your cigarette butt
out the car window. ,

I saw you,
frown at me when I smiled at your:chil-
dren.
But, you didn't see me, when I took
time off from work to run toys to the
homeless.

I saw you,
stare'at my long hair.
But, you didn't see me,
cut ten inches off for Locks of Love.

I saw you,
roll your eyes at our leather coats and
gloves.
But, you didn't see me, and my brothers
donate our old coats and gloves to those
that had none.

I saw you,'
look in fright at my tattoos.
But, you didn't see me,
cry as my children were born and when
I had their name inked over my heart.

I saw you,
change lanes while rushing off to go
somewhere.


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be with my family.
I saw you,
complain about how loud and noisy our
bikes can be.
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when you were changing the CD and
drifted into my lane.

I saw you,
yelling at your kids in the car.
But, you didn't see me, pat my child's
hands, knowing he was safe behind me.

I saw you,
reading the newspaper as you drove
do-vn the road.
But, you didn't see me, squeeze my
wife's leg when she told me to take the
next turn.

I saw you,
race down the road in the rain.
But, you didn't see me, get soaked to
the skin so my son could have the car to
go on his date..


I saw you,
run the yellow light just to save a few
minutes of time.
But, you didn't see me, trying to turn
right.'

I saw you,
cut me off because you needed to be in
the lane I was in.
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I saw you,
waiting impatiently for my friends to
pass.
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I wasn't there.

I saw you,
go home to your family.
But, you didn't see me.
Because, I died that day you cut me off.

I was just a biker,.....
A person with friends and a family.
I.saw you;,
But, you didn't see me.

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Hornets season concludes in regional semi-finals


After an outstanding 2005-06 campaign of district ti-
tles in football, basketball and baseball, the Hornets sea-
son has come to a close after falling to a strong highly
ranked Providence private school at the home baseball
field this past week.
Providence used the long ball to defeat the Hornets 8-
0, but Mayo certainly held their own defensively. After
Providence opened the game getting the first two bat-
ters on base, Cody Smith made a tremendous fielding
play turning the double play, and starting pitcher COlby
Keene would end the threat striking out the final batter.
Aaron Gresham would connect on a solid hit in the
bottom of the first, but the Hornets would not be able to
score despite a solid shot by Kalem Jackson that was
turned into a tough out by the outstanding shortstop of
Providence.
Smith would match that gem again in the top of the
second with a deep fielding play of a grounder and got
the runner on a bang-bang play at first base. Providence
would collect a hit and would threaten to score in the
inning, but a rocket by Page to Gresham at home plate
would end the inning with Gresham waiting with the
tag at homeplate.
Mayo would get a solid hit by Kyle Pearson, but could
do no further damage.
The third inning would prove fatal to the Hornets as
Providence was able to collect four hits, and turned
those hits into four runs with a homerun and two dou-
bles. Mayo would end the inning on a great play in left
field by Chad Hempstead to prevent further damage.,
The Hornets would collect their second hit of the
game on a drive by Cody Singletary which found the
gap for a double but was unable to cash in for a score.
Providence would add another run in the fourth and
appeared ready to flex, but ari alert play by Gresham to
third baseman Kris Pearson on an attempted steal
would bring the inning to a close.
The Hornets appeared ready to make a charge in the
bottom of the fourth inning after a one-out walk to Kris
Pearson was followed by consecutive hits by Kyle Pear-
son and Cody Smith to load the bases. It turned out to
be a key inning for Providence who managed to get out
of the inning without any damage on the scoreboar.&: -:
Providence launched a deep blast'iRthe top of the
fifth for a 6-0 lead, but a strike from Gresham to Page at
second base cut down the attempted steal and brought
the inning to a close.
New pitcher Cody Smith seemed to be finding his
spots in the sixth inning striking out consecutive batters
before being greeted with a two run blast. The inning


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would close on a diving catch of a hard liner by Fillyaw
to end the inning.
.A after the leadoff batter found the basepaths for Provi-
dence in the seventh, Smith made a great play of a liner,
and turned yet another double play and would strikeout
the final batter to bring the visiting side of the seventh to
a close.
Chad Hempstead would get a one out hit in the bot-
tom of the seventh and Singletary would reach on an er-
ror before what appeared to be a solid RBI hit by Jackson


4~g


Matt Milton gets the pinch running duties after another Gresham hit. Milton had a great year for the junior varsity team both
defensively and offensively. Milton is just one of several youngsters on this squad that is going to make the Hornets a force
not only in the public school division, but also in future runs for the final four. Look for a lot of noise from this outstanding
ballplayer in the future.


i Hornets
advance
after Sin-
-, fv gletary
S. ;' : crosses
~' omeplate
in the bot-
tom of the
seventh.
Singletary
would connect
on a one-out triple
and score after a
Page RBI sacrifice.
Cody would also deliver
a nice double against a
strong Providence team in the
regional semi-finals.


turned into a tremendous double play by an exceptional
defensive unit from Providence to end the game and the
Hornets season.
S.. ...- Mayo 5 McClay,4 .
The Hornets were able to squeak past the first'round
of regional play with a 5-4 win over McClay. Although
McClay entered the contest with an 11-15 record, the
level of play was not indicative of their capabilities de-
fensively.
The Hornets would give up a run in the first inning af-
ter appearing to dodge the bullet after a line drive to
starting pitcher Smith was turned into a double play.
Smith would prevent further damage in the inning strik-
ing out the final batter.
Jackson would leadoff the first inning with a double,
and would be followed by a Gresham single. The Hor-
nets fell victim to a nice defensive double play to end
the inning however.
McClay would connect on a hit and would try to run
on the Hornets, but a strike from Gresham to Page
would nail the attempted steal, and then another, fine
play by Page at shortstop would bring the inning to a
close.
The Hornets would become opportunistic in the bot-
tom of the second inning with Kyle Pearson finding the
basepaths on a throwing error. Smith would help him-
self with a single. Hempstead would follow with an RBI
hit scoring Kyle, while Singletary would lay down the
perfect RBI bunt reaching safely and scoring pinch run-
ner Charles Hodge to put the Hornets on top 2-1.
McClay would jump back on top 3-2 in the third in-
ning despite some defensive gems. Page would make a
great play of a grounder followed by the nice scoop by
Fillyaw for the first out. Some nice base running and
timely hitting by McClay produced a couple of runs, but
a shot to leftfield which Hempstead fired into the infield
ended the inning when a strike by Page to Gresham eas-
ily cut down the runner at homeplate.
The Hornets could not muster a hit in the bottom of


SEE HORNETS, PAGE 8A


Colby Keene did a great job coming back from his earlier injury. He gets the start against Provi-
dence, and did a great job closing the door on McClay over the last three innings ending the last
three innings with strikeouts paving the way for the Hornets comeback. He would fish with four
strikeouts against McClay wIhile only giving up a questionable flit.


Gresham fires to second base and shortsop Cody Smith. This combo along with Page vuld turn
four double plays, nd pickoff four runner on attempted steals and pickoffs during regional play.


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Hornets


Continued From Page 7A

the inning, to another nice
play by Page to a laid out
Fillyaw for the first out
was followed by consecu-
tive strikeouts by Smith to
end the inning.
The Hornets were able
to knot the score at three
in the bottom of the in-
ning. Smith was able to
reach on an error with
Hempstead quick to take
full advantage with an
RBI double scoring pinch
runner Hodge for the ty-
ing run.
Keene would take relief
duties in the top of the
fifth inning striking out
the final two batters of the
inning after McClay put
two runners on the
basepaths. 2
The defenses would do
their jobs over the next
couple of innings with
Mayo shutting the door
on McClay in the sixth in-


ning after two runners
were on the paths with no
outs, but another Gresham
to Smith strike at second
base produced a key cut
followed by a Keene I
. strikeout. Keene would
also make a great play of a
bunt to end the inning.
Mayo would need s6me
outstanding defensive! ef-
fort from Smith once
again in the top of the sev-
enth, and would get it;
with Smith covering ailot
of real estate making a
fine catch before Keen.
would get the last batter
looking to collect another
strikeout.
The Hornets would get
a one-out triple in the bot-
tom of the seventh inning
before a deep shot by
Page to centerfield al-
lowed Single to trot home
for the winning run. ad-.
vancing the Hornets to the
second round.
Mayo saw the end of


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Cody Smith reaches the basepaths after another key hit. Smith did it all this year doing a gr
job in relief against Providence getting three strikeouts while holding a powerhouse lineup t(
hits. He would also start three double plays against regional opposition and made some gre
plays deep in the infield getting key outs. Charles Hodge would actually score two runs as a
pinch runner against McClay which turned out to be huge after Smith reached'safely.


I three outstanding careers
by Page, Smith and Jack-
son. All three will be sore-
ly missed and want to wish
all the best as they depart
Mayo.
There is a wealth of
young talent that proved
.' valuable to the Hornets
district title defense this
K wij year that will be back on
Sthe field in 2007. It was
sad to see the baseball
campaign come to an end,
the future certainly looks
bright as the 2005-06 ath-
letic season comes to a
close The Hornets were
able to collect five district
titles and an elite 8 finish
in basketball, along with
two second round regional
game appearances. But
;i : just when you thought it
was over, do not look now,
eat but the football team is on
0 three the practice field as we
,at speak preparing for what
is hoped to be a state title
run.


Jackson would somehow get the bunt down. Jackson would
heat up with the bat down the stretch and would leadoff the first


inning with a double against Mc


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Page would
deliver the key
RBI sac fly to
move the Hor-
nets into the
second round
of regional
competition.
His play at
second base
and shortstop
plus pickoff of
attempted base


cClay.

Smith takes his
warm-Ups
against Provi-
dence.in relief.
He would do a
,.,, great job keep-
ing the Hornets
in the game
striking ouf
three batters
and turned a"
huge double
play from the


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The Hornets were only able to muster 6 hits, but Kyle Pearson
certainly seemed to like the Providence pitching collecting two
hits and was only denied on another occasion by a great defen-
sive play.


Here.is another one of those youngsters that is going to keep
the Hornets a force in the upcoming years. Fillyaw did a great
job with the bat and also made some key plays with the glove at
first base turning a'key double play against Providence after a
nice diving catch of a line drive. Look for a huge 2007 season
from this Hornet. 2006 was pretty good itself after a great year
at the JV level.


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Mayo Legals
AGENDA
LAFAYETTE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
REGULAR MEETING, MAY 16, 2006
Regular School Board Meeting, May 16, 2006
in the School Board Administration Building
beginning at 10 a.m.
I. Call to Order
II. Approval of Minutes
Ill. Recognitions/Presentations
A. Student of the Month
IV. Citizen Input
V. Consent Items
A. Personnel: (1) Resignation (2) Recommen-
dations: Instructional, Substitute Workers (3)
Approve request.for "illness in the line of duty"
leave
B. Approve 2006-07 Interinstitutional/Articula-
tion Agreement with North Florida Community
College
C. Approve Agreement with North Florida
Community College for the Administration of
the Florida College Entry-Level Placement
tests
D. Approve school lunch and breakfast prices
for the 2006-07 school year
E. Approve Meal Count Procedures for the
2006-07 school year
F Approve "offer vs. serve" provision for the
2006-07 school year
G. Approve IDEA Project Application (Entitle-
ment, Discretionary, Preschool, Part B) for the
2006-07 school year
H. Approve Carl D. Perkins (Secondary, Sec-
tion 131) Project Application for the 2006-07
school year
I. Approve Carl D. Perkins (Rural and Sparse-
ly Populated) Project Application for the 2006-
07 school year
J. Approve Adult Education and Family Litera-
cy (Geographical) Project Application for the
2006-07 school year
K. Approve request-for Aaliya Cerrito to attend
school in Suwannee county for the 2006-07
school year.
L. Approve request for Emilee Corbin to attend
school in Taylor County for the 2006-07 school
year
M. Approve request for the following students
to attend school in Lafayette County for the re-
mainder of the 2005-06 school year and the
2006-07 school year; William Patton, Jr. and
Brittany Patton
, VI. Action Items
A. Approve voluntary student accident insur-
ance for the 2006-07 school year
B. Approve State Fire Marshal Inspection Re-
port
C. Approve FSBIT (Florida School Boards In-
surance Trust) Safety Inspection Report
D. Award Bids (10:30 a.m.)
(1) Floor covering
(2) Fire Extinguisher Annual Inspection & Re-
tag .
(3) Occupational Therapy and Physical Thera-
py
(4) School Photography
E. Approve 2005-06 Equity Report
F. Approve 21st Century Community Learning
Centers Grant application
G. Approve bills for payment.
H. Approve budget amendments
I. Approve trip: LHS boys basketball team to
attend basketball camp at FSU, June 18-21,
2006.
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D. Financial Statement
ANY PERSON WHO DECIDES TO APPEAL
ANY DECISION MADE BY THE BOARD
WITH RESPECTTO ANY MATTER CONSID-
ERED AT SUCH MEETING WILL NEED A
RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS, AND
THAT, FOR SUCH PURPOSE, HE OR SHE
MAY NEED TO INSURE THAT A VERTAIM
RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS-MADE,
WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTI-
MONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE
APPEAL IS TO BE BASED.
5/11-1-D

NOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARING.
CONCERNING A SPECIAL EXCEPTION
AS PROVIDED FOR IN THE
LAFAYETTE COUNTY LAND
DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS
BY THE BOARD. OF COUNTY COMMIS-
SIONERS OF LAFAYETTE COUNTY, FLORI-
DA SERVING AS THE BOARD OF ADJUST-
MENT OF LAFAYETTE COUNTY, FLORIDA,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to


in Florida?


Mayo Legals


the Lafayette County Land Development Regu-
lations, hereinafter referred to as the Land De-
velopment Regulations, as amended, objec-
tions, recommendations and comments con-
cerning a special exception as described be-
low, will be heard by the Board of County Com-
missioners of Lafayette County, Florida, at a
public hearing on May 22, 2006 at 5:30 PM. or
as soon thereafter as the matter can be heard,
in the Commissioners meeting room located on
the 2nd floor of the courthouse, located at 120
West Main Street, Mayo, Florida.
A special Exception is requested in conformity
with the Land Development Regulations to per-
mit a General Store on the property described
below, and conformity with the site plan dated
04-26-06
A parcel of land in Section 25, Township 6
South, Range 10 East, Lafayette County, Flori-
da, being more particularly described as fol-
lows: '
For a. point of Reference commence at a con-
crete monument at the Northeast corner of the
Southeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of
Section 25, Township 6 South, Range 10 East;
thence S 8831'51" W along the North line of
the Southeast Quarter of the Southwest Quar-
ter of said section a distance of 442.87 feet to
a concreted monument; thence S 1648'18" W
a distance of 112.42 feet to an iron rod; thence
continue S 1648'18" W a distance of 112.43
feet to a concrete monument on the north mar-
gin of a public road referred to in OR Book 79
pages 254 and 255, Lafayette County public'
records; thence S 7137'43" E along said north
margin a distance of 303.68 feet to the POINT
OF BEGINNING; thence continue S 71137'43"
E a distance of 206.74 feet to an iron rod on the
Westerly right of way line of State road 51;
thence N 36039'42" E along said right of way
line of distance of 245.84 feet to an Iron rod;
thence N 83012'33" W a distance of 226.37 -
feet; thence S 360 39'42" W to a distance of
197.98 feet to close on the POINT OF BEGIN-
NING.
The above described parcel contains 001.0
acres: Parcel: 25-06-10-0000-0000-01503
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 public hearing shall be an-
nounced during the public hearing and that no
further notice concerning the matter will be
published, unless said continuation exceeds
six calendar weeks from the date of the above
referenced public hearing.
At the aforementioned public hearing, all inter-
ested parties.may appear to be heard with re-
spect to the proposed special exception.
Copies of the proposed special exception are
available for public inspection at the Office of
the Land Development Regulations Adminis-
trator, County Courthouse, located at 120 West
Main Street, Mayo, Florida, during regular busi-
ness hours.
All persons are advised that if they decide to
appeal any decision made at the above refer-
enced 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 proceedings, is made, which record in-
cludes the testimony and evidence upon which
the appeal is to be based.
5/11-1-D


''' NOTiCEOF PUBLIC MEETrING,

The District Board of Trustees of North Florida
Community College will hold its regular
monthly meeting Tuesday, May 16, 2006 at
5:30 p.m. in the NFCC Student Center Lake-
side Room, NFCC, 325 NW Turner Davis Dr.,
Madison, FL. A copy of the agenda may be
obtained by writing: NFCC, Office of the Pres-
ident, 325 NW Turner Davis Dr., Madison, FL
32340.. For disability-related .accommoda-
tions, contact the NFCC Office of College Ad-
vancement, 850-973-1653. NFCC is an equal
access/equal opportunity employer.
05/11

AGENDA
LAFAYETTE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
WORKSHOP, MAY 16, 2006
School Board workshop, May 16, 2006, in the
School Board meeting room at 9 a.m.
(1) Personnel
(2) Food Service
(3) Transportation
(4) Other Concerns
5/11-1-D


it aoesn t looK like a typ-
ical piece of mail, but it's
genuine U.S. mail, and it's
heading your way. Soon
you'll find a tan-colored
Publix's grocery bag mixed
in with your letters and
magazines.
U.S. Postal Service letter
carriers in Florida are de-
livering one to a customer-
about nine million in all-to
encourage participation in
their annual food drive,
Sat., May 13. "America's
food banks need our help
more thart ever,"' says
William H. Young, Presi-
dent of the National Asso-


ciation or Letter barriers.
Young says that devasta-
tion from last year's hurri-
canes drew down stocks at
many food banks. Some
rushed badly needed sup-
plies to the Gulf Coast, he
explains, while others
emptied their shelves feed-
ing those dislocated by
Hurricanes Katrina, Rita,
and Wilma.
Helping feed the hungry
is as simple as filling a box
or bag with non-perishable
food, then placing it next.
to the mailbox before the
letter carrier arrives Sat.,
May 13.


fered bv NFCC. Success-
ful completion of the
program enables stu-
dents to take the State
Registry Examination,
which h is necessary to be
employed by an ambu-
lance service in the State
of Flot ida.
Course content in-
clude_ basic ENIT train-
ing. emergency room
training and rescue clin-
ical practicum. Classes,
starting June 1. end Au-
gust 31.
For more information
about NFCC's EIT pro-
gram, contact Rebecca
Cash at (850) 973-1673 or
email CashR@nfcc.edu.
For admission and en-
rollment information,
contact NFCC Enroll-
ment Services at (850)
973-1622 or 973-1654.


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EMT Classes

Begin June 1

North Florida Com-
munity College is offer-
ing Emergency Medical
Technician (ENIT) cours-
e. this summer Classes
begin June 1 and %\ill be
held on Mondavys. Tues-
days and Wednesda'ys
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at
Green Industries Insti-
tute, located at 2729 V.
WVashington Street otf
U.S. Highway 90,. In
Monticello.
"The courses are for
new students seeking ca-
reer training in the ENIT
field,' instructor Rebec-
ca Cash said.
The ENIT program is
an 11 hour college credit
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More scenes from Mayo Rotary's Wild Beast Feast


Mayo Rotary
held their
second Wild
Beast Feast
on April 14,
at Wyatt
O'steen's
roping arena
in Mayo.
Photos by Ira Mikell


7


Job Fair planned


for May 17, 2006

Are you looking for employment or an opportunity to meet area
employers? Your local Employment Connections offices in partnership
with the Suwannee and Hamilton Chamber of Commerce, ,are hosting
a Job Fair at the Suwannee County Extension Building (Fair Grounds)
on May 17, 2006 from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.

Come dressed for an interview because the following employers have
agreed to participate and will be accepting applications and talking to
job seekers (other employers will be added as we receive their,
registration):


Surrey Place
Energy Saving Products
GoldKist
Advent Christian Village
Comprehensive Community Service
AFLAC
Lowe's
Nestle Waters
S&S Food Store
Agency for Workforce Innovation Job Corn


Helping Hands of North Florida
Hardee's
Smithfield
Waffle House
Corrections Corporation of America
Walgreens
Clientlogic
Town & Country Tire
Panther Success Center


Our goal is to introduce job seekers to as many local employers as
possible. Please plan to drop by the Suwannee County Extension
Building and meet these employers. If you have any questions, please
contact the Suwannee Employment Connections Office at 386-364-
7952.
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Book feast at the library
Students from the Mayo Learn-
ing Center and Lighthouse Christ-
ian Center recently had the oppor-
tunity to preview part of the sum-
mer library program to be held at
the Lafayette-County Public Li-
brary in June.
The children enjoyed having
their pictures taken as the pizza
chef. Other programs will feature
similar photo opportunities as a
knight, princess, or dragon on June
13, the pizza chef or the princess
and the pizza chef on June 20, and
a mermaid, pirate, or manatee on
June 27. "
The program is best suited for .
ages 5-10 and will be held on Tues- *-,.
days at 10 a.m. from June 6, '
through June 27. The first program
will feattire the puppeteers known
as the Kaleidoscope Storytellers..
For more information n, look for
flyers to be sent home with stu- ,
dents in the next few weeks or stop .
by the library in Mayo to pick up a' i
brochure. a C i C u


Branford Camera Club


The next meeting of the Branford .Cam-
era Club will be held at the Branford
Public Library, Thursday, May 18, 7:30
PM. This month's program will feature a *
special GUEST SPEAKER Brian
Ainsworth, owner of Harmon's and Flair
Pro Color Labs in Gainesville, one of the
best and largest custom printing labs in
the State.
Brian has 54 years of' professional pho-
tography experience, 23 years in
Gainesville, and was a member of the
Fuji Advisory Commission for the 1984
Olympics. He is president-elect of the
International Digital Imaging Marketing
Group, and has a vast knowledge of the
history of photography and current
trends in digital and film photography.
He will be talking to us about digital vs
film photography in the industry today,
and how the two meld in creating the ba-
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won't want to miss!!!
Then, mark your calendar for our June
15 meeting, when local photographer
and journalist Robert Earl will present
"Travels of the Aging Redhead: Japan.
and Malaysia," featuring photos and nar-
rative of his recent trip to that area.
The Branford Camera Club meets at
the Branford Public Library on the 3rd
Thursday of each month, with two ex-
ceptions. We have no meeting in Au-
gust, and our December meeting is held
on the 2nd Thursday to accommodate
the busy Holiday season.
For more information, please call one
of the following:
Carolyn Hogue, Program Chair, 386-
935-2044
Gilbert Bernardo, Technical Consul-
tant, 386-935-0340
Dick Bryant, Technical Consultant, 386-


Suwannee Valley Electric


holds 69th annual meeting


Board of Trustees for Suwannee Valley Electric Cooperative.


I ---1
_


Board of Trustees for Suwannee Valley Electric Cooperative.
9v _. .


sis for photography' s future trends. 935-19y/ .
You don't have to be a member to at- Dick Madden, Technical Consultant, .-
tend, and this will be a program you 386-935-0296 I P


Harvard honors VA's computerized .
Norma Buchanan, Lafayette
P patient records- Syste+ m County, won a crock pot in the
Sp e rc o .y.... Suwannee Valley Electric Co-

:-,-,- :, 50 ago, only 60 percent of the treatment in the United operative 69th business meet-
paper charts for our pa- States," Perlin added. ing prize drawing. She said, "I
., tients were immediately The value of VA's pa- live out in the country between
...l. i b ~I T di iv .,, ,ll, ti.n+ t ^o d .. d. -.. Buckville and Day."


p '- ..^,, ,.B ...
1 '.! i .. : ..


Citing the Department of
Veterans Affairs' (VA's)
leadership role in trans-
forming health care in
America, Harvard Univer-
sity has recognized VA's
computerized patient
records as one of the "top
50 government innovations
of 2006."
"VA is again recognized
as a leader in the health
care industry-for the use of
electronic patient records,"
said the Honorable R.
James Nicholson, Secretary
of Veterans Affairs. "This
affirms that VA is provid-
ing America's veterans
with world-class medical
care and raising the bar for
all health care providers."
VA's selection as a "top
50" innovator qualifies it as
a contender for Harvard's
prestigious Innovations in
Government Award, which
is considered the "Oscars"
of government service.
Eighteen finalists for the
award willbe announced
May 4, as part of the obser-
vances of Public Service
Recognition Week. The
seven recipients of the
award will be announced
July .10.
VA has computerized
patient records for each
veteran who uses its health
care system. The records
allow the Department to
provide better, safer, more
consistent care. It permits
health care professionals at
each of the 1,400 locations
where VA provides care to
see the complete health
records of any patient.
"Computerized patient
records have changed the
way health care is prac-
ticed in VA," said Dr.
Jonathan B. Perlin, VA's
Under Secretary for
Health.' "Just ten years


aIVCaJa.LCI lU otay, viru L.Ay
100 percent are available at
all our facilities--at all
times."
"Our electronic health
records ha% e been an im-
portant element in making
VA health care the bench-
mark for 294 measuines of
disease prevention and


strated when' within 100
hour- ot HIuricane Katri-
na l making landfall last
summer. every patient
medical record from the
devastated areas was-,
av ailable to ever V A
health care provider
throughout the nation.


R.V. Stephens, won an oval
crockery in the drawing for
prizes at Suwannee Valley Elec-
tric Cooperative annual busi-
ness meeting.-


Newly elected
trustee....
Andy Walker, is one of the
newly elected trustees to.
Suwannee Valley Electric Co-
operative for District 6. He re-
places his father, J.C. Walker,
who recently resigned.
Photos by George Petrena


Summer Art Classes
Mrs. Judy Bletard will offer summer Cost is $60 per month w-hich includes all
art classes at the Lafayette County Exten- supplies and a snack. Call the extension
sion office on Thursdays from 2-5 p.m. office at 386-294-1279 to obtain more in-
Participants must be 7-12 years old. formation or register.


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THURSDAY, MAY 11,2006


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Watch


Continued From Page 1A

Species List. According to
Jerry Krurnmrich, Region-
al Fisheries Biologist for
FWC, there is a penalty for
catching sturgeon, which
is a second degree misde-
meanor.
According to Parker,
sturgeon seem to be more
in number from Fanning
Springs to the Santa Fe.'
"The middle river section
seems to have more stur-
geon this season. Howev-
er, there are sturgeon all
through the river, so
boaters could encounter
them anywhere on the riv-
er," Parker said,
The estimated number
of sturgeon in this area,
according to the UF Mark-
Recapture studies, is 2,000.
They usually reach over 6
feet long and over 100 lbs.,
according to Krummrich
who has personally han-
dled sturgeon this size.
The question about why
sturgeon jump remains a
mystery, according to
Krummrich. "No one can
assuredly say why they
jump. The only explana-
tions I have read that
make sense are that they

/ Prayer
Continued From Page 1A

joined hands in a large cir-,
cle, bowed their heads,
and recited Matthew 6:9-
13. According to Legg, ap-
proximately 35 people.
came to join together in
prayer and fellowship.
The National Day of
Prayer, is observed on the
first Thursday of NM lay. The
purpose of this observance
is to remind us of the im-
portance and power of
prayer in our lives.
President Harry S. Tru-'
man signed the National
Day pf Prayer bill into law
on April 17, 1952, Years
later, in 1988, President
Ronald Reagan signed a
bill into law that decreed


are knocking off marine
parasites weakened by
time in fresh water or to
communicate via making
loud jumping noises,"
Krummrich said.
Krummrich, provides
some tips on how to stay
safe while boating and/or
fishing. According to
Krummrich, it is difficult
to predict just when or
where sturgeon will jump.
He suggests that boaters
should drive slowly, be
consciously aware of your
surroundings at all times,
and boat responsibly, fol-
lowing all boating laws.

Special
Continued From Page 1A

Office, the torch was car-
ried into the town of
Mayo. Each year over
3,000 officers from differ-
ent law enforcement agen-
cies participate in the
statewide torch run to
benefit the Special
Olympics in Florida.
Together, officers from
around the State joined
and took the "Flame of
Hope" into the stadium at
the opening ceremonies.


the National Day of Prayer
should be observed on the
first Thursday 'of May.

Medicare Prescription
Plan Workshop,
May 13 at NFCC
The deadline for choos-
ing the new Medicare pre-
scription drug plan is May
15. If you are having trou-
ble completing the applica-
tion forms, take advantage
of a free workshop being
held at North Florida Com-
munity College,. Sat., May
13 from. 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Questions? Contact Dr.
Phillip Mantanzas, RCCI
Project. either b "phone "at
850-973-1304 or email
mantzanast@nfcc.edu.


Edith and Alvin Hamlin show their prized cabbages.


Large cabbages

Ira Mikell
Free Press Reporter
Alvin Hamlin and his
wife Edith, who live in
Mayo, are excited about
the large cabbages they
grew this year. Accord-
ing to Hamlin, 'the cab-
bages grown last year
never got this big like
they did this year.


SPhoto: Ira Mikell
grown in Mayo
Hamlin used very little
fertilizer and no poisons.
"I used tender loving
care," Hamlin said. "He
sits out and waters,"
Hamlin's wife added
with a smile.
Hamlin bought the
cabbage plants from
Mayo Fertilizer and
planted them in his gar-
den around Jan. 18 of
this year.


FWC officers rescue fawn swimming


A doe and fawn were re-
united Saturday after two
law enforcement officers of
the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) came
to the rescue on the Suwan-
nee River near Hart
Springs.
The officers were doing
their jobs, protecting the
state's natural resources,
when they saw the fawn. It
tried following its mother
across the river, but could-

FCAT
Continued From Page 1A

cities prior to testing day
to practice their writing
skills for the FCAT.
FCAT Writes, accord-
ing to the FDOE, tests
students on how well
they can write. They are
assessed in the areas of
expository and persua-
sive writing. A rubric
scale of 1 (lowest) to 6
(highest)'is used to score
each student's work.
Parents may log on to
the FCAT Parent'Network
at www.fcatparentnet-
work.comr


FWC Officer James Umhoefer
holds the fawn they rescued
that got separated from its
mother while trying to cross
the Suwannee River.
Photo submitted by Karen Parker

n't keep its.head' above the
water. The doe swam across
the river, and when she
'reached the other bank,
turned and called to the
fawn, who continued strug-
gling to swim toward her.
FWC Officers James
Umhoefer and Travis
Hooker came to the rescue.
They pulled their boat
along side the fawn.
Umhoefer, plucked the ani-
mal out of the water and
into the patrol boat.
After the fawn recovered,
the officers released it
where they saw the doe
cross the river. The two
were reunited, according to
the officers.


No


Continued From Page 1A

Troop B Commander of
the Florida Highway:Pa-
trol in Lake City, this is
due in large part to people
paying more attention to
their surroundings and
acting in accordance to the
law when they come into
contact with any emer-
gency vehicle. "This law
applies to law enforce-
ment vehicles, ambu-
lances, fire trucks, road
maintenance vehicles, tow
trucks, road rangers, and
wreckers with flashing
amber lights," Carpenter
said.
'This trend, is occurring
not just in Lafa-ette Coun-
ty but throughout the
state. "Although we are


still gathering data, we be-
lieve this statute has been
very effective in protect-
ing law enforcement and
emergency responders.
We have noticed a trend
that motorists seem to be
paying more4attention to
emergency vehicles along
side the roadway and
slowing down and yield-
ing," Carpenter said.
This law requires mo-
torists to s.afel\ slow
down and move over so
that emergency vehicles
can safely pass by,
whether on single or mul-
ti-lane highwa)y-.. If the
circumstance does not'
permit drivers to move
over, Carpenter sugges.t-.
they should slow down 20
miles below the speed


limit. "If traffic is too bad,
drivers are supposed to ,
slow down to 20 miles per
hour below the posted
speed limit regardless of
what type of roadway,"
Carpenter said.
A total of 500,00.0 "Help
Protect Those Who Protect
You" stickers will be
placed at gas stations
throughout Florida., Ac-
cording to Carpenter,
these stickei- will be
placed at gas stations who
are members of the Flori-
da Petroleum Market's As-
sociation. In addition, gas
stations are not mandated
by law to have these stick-
ers placed on their ptimps.
"Bv a unaninoui \ote,.
each member of the FPMA
has agreed to place these


stickers on their pumps,"
Carpenter said. Carpenter
further stated that inde-
pendent gas stations will
not receive the stickers
unless they ask for them.
The last sticker should be
placed sometime prior to
Sept. 30, of this year, ac-
cording to Carpenter.
The "Help Protect Those
Who Protect You" sticker
campaign i as begun by
Colonel Christopher A.
Knight. A grant from the
Florida Department of
* Transportation is funding
the campaign. According
to'Carpenter, Knight gave
the final approval of the
design and layout of the
-,ticker after FHP and the
Office of Public Affairs
put it together.


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The beach is now a lot closer than you think


Planet Beach
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check out our new
salon located at 2929'
W US 90 Suite 112,
Lake City.
For the past 10 years
Planet Beach has
offered an alternative
and upscale haven for
tanners throughout
the United States,
Canada and Australia.
Planet Beach Lake
City is one of the first
tanning spas in the
country offering Aqua


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Planet Beach is
excited to be able to
bring the beach to
your neighborhood!
Planet Beach's
mission is to offer
each customer the
most distinctive and
relaxing tanning spa
experience possible.
From the moment you
walk in the door to the
time you leave, it's all.
about you.
Planet Beach offers
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Employees are all
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and will devise an
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your skin type
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to superior
equipment, a superb
staff, and
memberships to fit
every budget,
customers can find a
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designed for all levels
of tanners and
developed exclusively


(THE PERFECT
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woman in your life with our exceptional
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DEP strengthens
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Florida's phosphate


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The Department of Emni-
ronmental Protection
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adoption of rule modifica-
tions by the Environmental
tz, Regulation Commission to
ger increase protection for
Florida's natural resources
)w and strengthen environ-
mental management re-
quirements for phospho-
r__ g.sum stack systems. The
proposed rule requires op-
E eratorsof "g'" stack sys-
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US bteme weather conditions

on-site water levels, avoid
wastewater spills, and pro-

"Process water manage-
ment is a challengers, espe-
cially during periods of ex-
treme weather conditions,"
said DEP Deputy Secretary
for Regulatory Programs
and Energy N like Sole.
"These rule amendments
S will increase environmental
protection by increasing the
Safely manage process wa-
ter and prevent spills. "
l,! The adopted amend-
ments would:
Ush Strength-en existing re-
quirements to handle mul-
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been made to the Miss Suwannee Valley
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Season! Be prepared


UF/IFAS recommends

fighting fire with fire


While wildfires pose a serious
threat to humans, animals and
plants, University of Florida/In-
stitute of Food and Agricultural
Sciences or UF/IFAS experts
say fighting fire with fire is an
excellent way to help prevent
them.
According to Martha C. Mon-
roe, a UF/IFAS associate profes-
sor in the School of Forest Re-
sources and Conservation,
"Florida is a national leader in
managing prescribed bums in
wildlands. Our unique combina-
tion of fire-dependent ecosys-
tems and weather that accom-
modates prescribed burning in
every season of the year con-
tributes to this leadership role."
In the past half a century,
changes in Florida's wildlands
have led the return to using pre-
scribed burning to manage vege-
tation in the forests. In Florida,
fire is prescribed for 1.5 to 2 mil-
lion acres of land each year.
"Prescribed burning is a pre-
cise tool for vegetation manage-
ment," said Alan J. Long, a
UF/IFAS associate professor
with the School of Forest Re-
sources and Conservation.
"When properly managed, it re-
duces the risk of wildfire by de-
creasing shrub and herbaceous
vegetation and accumulated
dead fuels, improves wildlife or
grazing habitat, and promotes
successful forest regeneration."
There are several factors that


can increase the spread of wild-
fires and the amount of damage
that they do. Fire requires oxy-
gen, fuel, and heat to sustain it-
self. In wildfires, the fuel gener-
ally is provided by plants: and
shrubs, and if there is an abun-
dance of fire-prone plant life, the
chances of a wildfire increase
greatly.
One of the advantages of pre-
scribed burning is the controlled
removal of the fuel that would
allow a wildfire to spread. "Pre-
scribed burning, the controlled
use of fire to achieve land man-
agement goals, is a useful tool
for resource managers in Flori-
da," says Monroe.
Prescribed burning is also one
,of the most important and cost-
effective tools used to manage
Florida's forested lands for
wildlife. "Prescribed fire used at
regular intervals helps control
hardwood brush to the benefit of
herbaceous groundcover.
plants," says UF/IFAS Leon
County Natural Resources Ex-
tension Agent Will Sheftall.
"These plants are vital natural
food for game, and also impor-
tant cover. Deer, turkey;, quail
and rabbits all rely on ground-
cover species. for forage and
seeds, and deer utilize succulent
woody re-growth as browse."
However, as useful as pre-
scribed burning is, there are still
some safety'concems and regu-
lations to keep in mind when


PRESCRIBED BURNING: Precise tool for vegetation management. Photo: Submitted


conducting prescribed burning.
"Two of the most important are
the possibilities of fire spreading
to adjacent properties and,
smoke intrusions in populated
areas," says Long.
Generally, prescribed burning
is not allowed*by the Division of
Forestry or DOF, the agency that
regulates prescribed burning
permits, when hot, dry weather
conditions .or an abundance of'
fuel would increase the chances
that the fire could spread: In ad-
dition, state and local agencies
must monitor the'air for pollu-
tants in order to ensure that it
meets the National Ambient Air
Quality Standards, as estab-


lished by the 1970 Federal
Clean Air Act.
According to Sheftall, "The
best times to bum are from win-
ter through spring. Colder
weather, dormant season bums
are often best for controlling
heavy fuel loads, or for burning'
vegetation that has a low volatil-
ity and high moisture content in
spring. Growing season bums
are best for controlling hard-
wood underbrush, as long as the
fuel load is moderate."
In order to conduct a pre-
scribed bum in the state, autho-
rization must be received from
DOE Before seeking authoriza-
tion, a burner must prepare a


bum plan, which includes perti-
nent information like location,
size and description of area to be
burned, amount and type of veg-
etation, and a weather analysis.
UF/IFAS Leon County
Forestry Extension Agent Stan
Rosenthal, who has years of ex-
perience assisting landowners
with land management planning
that includes prescribed -fire,
emphasizes that, "Every
landowner's situation is differ-
ent, so it is impossible to provide
a general fire prescription. A
bum plan is tailored to specific
landowner management goals,
specific fuels, and specific vul-
nerabilities (structures, adjacent.


forest lands or dry wetlands and
their fuels, roads, residential ar-
eas, airports)."
All prescribed fires must have
adequate fire breaks around the
bum area, have adequate per-
sonnel and fire control equip-
ment, remain within the autho-
rized area, have someone p1re-
..sent until the fire is completely
extinguished and have permis-
sion from the landowner.
For more information about
the benefits of prescribed burn-
ing and photo gallery before,
during and after a prescribed
bum, visit
http://nfrec.ifas.ufl.edu/pre-
scribedbum.htm.


Wildfres-Are you prepared?


By ,Chris Floid. Emergency
Services Director, Capital Area
Chapter, American Red Cross
More and more people are
making their homes in wood-
land settings in or near
forests, rural areas or remote
sites. There, homeowners en-
joy the beauty of the environ-
ment but face the very real dan-
ger of wildfire. Wildfires often
begin unnoticed. They spread
quickly, igniting brush, trees
and homes. Reduce your risk
by preparing now before
wildfire strikes. Meet with
your family to decide what to
do and where to go if wildfires
threaten your area.
Practice wildfire safety
People start most wildfires...
find out how you can promote
and practice wildfire safety.
Contact your local fire 1de-
partment or forestry office for
information on fire laws. .
Make sure that fire vehicles
can get to your home.
Clearly mark all driveway
entrances and display your
name and address.
Report hazardous condi-
tions that could cause. a wild-
fire.
Teach children about fire
safety. Keep matches out of
their reach.
Post fire emergency tele-
phone numbers.
Plan several escape routes
away from your home by car
and by foot.
Talk to your neighbors
about wildfire safety. Plan how
the neighborhood could work


together after a wildfire. Make
a list of your neighbors' skills
such as medical or technical."
Consider how you could help.
neighbors who have special
needs such as elderly or dis-
abled persons. Make plans to
take care of children who may
be on their own if parents can't
get home.
Before wildfire threatens...
Protect your home
Design and landscape your
home with wildfire, safety in
mind. Select materials and
plants that can help contain fire
rather than fuel it. Use fire re-
sistant or non-combustible ma-
terials on the roof and exterior
structure of the dwelling. Plant
fire-resistant shrubs and trees.
For example, hardwood trees-
are less flammable than pine,
evergreen, eucalyptus or fir
trees. ,
Regularly clean roof and
gutters.
Inspect chimneys at least
twice a year. Clean them at
'least once a year.
Install a smoke alarm on
each level of your home. Test
monthly and change the batter-
ies two times each year.
Teach family members
how to use the fire extinguish-
er.
Rake leaves, dead limbs
and twigs. Clear all flammable
vegetation.
Remove dead branches that
extend over the roof.
Prune tree branches and
shrubs within 15 feet of a
stovepipe or chimney outlet.


SAFETY AND REGULATIONS: Department of Forestry must au-
thorize prescribed burns in Florida. Photo:Submitted


Ask the po oer coimpajn\ to
clear branches from power
lines.
Mow grass.regularly.
Store gasoline, oily rags
and other flammable materials
in.approved safety cans. .
Stack firewood at least 100
feet away and uphill from your-
home.
Consider installing protec-
tive shutters or heavy fire-re-
sistant, drapes.
Keep handy household
items that can be used as fire
tools; a rake, axe, hand/chain-
saw, bucket and shovel.
Plan your water needs
Identify and maintain an
adequate outside water, source
such as a small pond, cistem,,
well, swimming pool or hy-
drant.
Have a garden hose that is
long enough to reach any area,
of the home and other struic-
tures on the property.
Install freeze-prodf exterior
water outlets on at least two
sides of the home and near oth-
er structures on the property.
Install additional outlets at
least 50 feet from the home.
Consider obtaining a
portable gasoline powered
pump in case electrical power
is cut off.
When wildfire threatens...
If you are warned that a
wildfire is threatening your
area, listen to your battery-op-
erated radio for reports and
evacuation information.
Follow the instructions of lo-
cal officials
Back your car into the
garage or park it in an open
space facing the direction of
escape. Shut doors and roll up
windows. Leave the key in the
ignition. Close garage win-
dows and doors, but leave them
unlocked. Disconnect automat-
ic garage door openers.
Confine pets to one room.
Make plans to care for your
pets in case you must evacuate.
Arrange temporary housing
at a friend or relative's home
outside the threatened area.
If advised to evacuate, do so
immediately
Wear protective clothing-
sturdy shoes, cotton or woolen
clothing, long pants, a long-


sleeved shirt, gloves and a-
hindkercliief to protect your
face. "
Take your disaster supplies
kit.
Lqck your home.
Tell someone when-you left
and where you are going.
Choose a route away from
fire hazards. Watch for changes
in the speed and direction of
fire and smoke.
If 3 ou're sure you have time,
take steps to protect your
home:
SInside
Close windows, vents,
doors, venetian blinds and
heavy drapes., Remove light-
weight curtains.
Shut off gas at the meter.
Turn off pilot lights.
Open fireplace damper.


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*Close fireplace screens.
Move flammable furniture
into -the, center of the home
away from windows and slid-
ing-glass doors.
Turn on a light in each
room to increase the visibility
of your home in heavy smoke.
Outside
Seal attic and ground vents
with pre-cut -plywood or com-
mercial seals.
Turn off propane tanks.
Place combustible .patio
furniture inside.
Connect the garden hose to
outside taps.
Set up the portable gaso-
line-powered pump.
Place lawn sprinklers on
the roof and near above -
ground fuel tanks. Wet the
roof.


, *Wet or eniM,' e shiubs iith-
.in 15 feet of the home.
Gather fire tools.
Wildfire and other types of
disasters can strike quickly and
without Warning. You can cope
by preparing in advance and
working with your family to
devise a family disaster plan
which includes a disaster sup-
plies kit. Discuss. with your
family why it is important to
have a plan and practice your
plan frequently.
For additional information
on preparing for a disaster or to
become a disaster resistant
neighborhood please vist the
Capital Area Chapter's Web
site found at:
www.tallytown.com/redcross
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tiple years with heavier than
normal rainfall;
Increase the reporting re-
quirements of stack operators
when on-site water levels in
the stacks begin to reach high
le Is;
Require companies to en-
sure ley can adequately con-
tain an amount greater than a
10C year storm, i.e., 12 inches
of ra-n during a 24-hour peri-


od in Florida;
Require improved assess-
ment methods to predict
process water storage capaci-
ties that may be needed un-
der extreme rainfall condi-
tions; and
Establish more protective
water level targets to deter-
mine whether water con-
sumption or treatment levels
are sufficient.
These rule amendments
also better reflect the ability of


a gyp stack to safely store and
move process water using re-
quired measures such as
backup power or pumps that
may be needed when experi-
encing emergency conditions
like those that can occur dur-
ing hurricanes. As the new
rule becomes effective, it will
add more protection to their
existing emergency measures
and the hurricane prepared-
ness steps that companies are
already implementing.


Emergency physicians offer


summer travel safety tips


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but that-won't stop millions
of Americans from hitting
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Memorial Day weekend.
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agency Physicians (ACEP)
wants to remind you to
keep safety in mind. A little
time spent familiarizing
yourself with the contents
of your first aid kit may ago
a long way in keeping your
family healthy and safe.
"One important way you
can prepare to respond to


many common medical
emergencies is t6 keep a
traveler's first aid kit in
your vehicle," said Ameri-
can College of Emergency
Physicians (ACEP) Presi-
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"But you have to know how
to use each item in your kit,
otherwise you spend valu-
able time reading instruc-
tions rather than respond-
ing to the medical .emer-
gency."
ACEP and Dr. Blum rec-
ommend the following
items be in your first aid kit
and that they be periodical-
ly exchanged for freshness:
Acetaminophen, ibupro-
fen and aspirin tablets
Antihistamine
Anti-nausea / motion
sickness medication
Bandages of assorted
sizes
Bandage closures, safety
pins
Triangle bandage
Elastic wraps
Gauze and adhesive tape
Sharp scissors with
rounded tips
Antiseptic swipes
Antibiotic ointment
Hydrogen peroxide
Disposable, instant-acti-
vating cold packs
A first aid manual
Change for pay phone
Before you go, ACEP has
following tips for those
who travel by motor vehi-
cle:
Inspect, or have your car
inspected-check brakes,
tires, antifreeze, wiper flu-
id, gasoline, lights, battery
and wipers.
Pack several blankets,
"drinking water, flared, and
two flashlights with fresh
batteries.
Check with your health
plan about coverage in your
planned destination.
Share arrival, departure
and destination informa-
tion with close friends and
family so that people know
where and when you are
expected.
Get plenty of rest before
you leave.
If you wear glasses or
lenses, take along an extra
pair, and bring your pre-
scriptidn with you.
While on the road...
Leave early, and give
yourself plenty of time to
make the drive. Don't
speed!
Make sure everyone
wears safety belts at all
times.
Children should ride in
the back seat. Children
younger than 6 or under 60
pounds should ride in an
approved car safety seat ap-
propriate for their height
and weight.
Avoid taking over-the-
counter medications that
make you drowsy while
you drive.
Never drink and drive!
"Always include copies
of prescriptions and impor-
tant medical information
such as lists of allergies and
personal medical history
forms for each traveler in
your first aid kit," says
Blum. "Having that infor-
mation with you ensures
that it will be available in
the event of an emergency."
"Perhaps the best advice is


to take your time; after all,
you are on vacation."
ACEP wishes you a safe
travel. Obtain a complete
list of recommended items
for a traveler's first aid kit,
or a personal medical histo-
ry form on ACEP's Web site
(www.acep.org).


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Instill healthy eating habits in children


The most prevalent health problem facing children
today is obesity. If childhood obesity continues to
increase, it could cut two to five years from the
average lifespan. That could cause our current
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American history to live shorter lives than their
parents.
According to Mary Ellen Renna, M.D., pediatrician
and author of "Next Generation Fitness," it's .never
too late to start developing healthy childhood habits
that will last a lifetime. She provides these, helpful
tips:
Plan your family's meals. By planning meals, you
can keep track of what your family is eating and *
reduce the craving for eating in between meals.
Never skip a meal. Skipping meals will cause the
body's metabolic rate to slow down, miss important
nutrients in the day, and most likely cause your
child to overcompensate by eating empty calories.
Fulfill the fruit, vegetable, protein, grain, dairy
and nut requirement each day. This will keep your
child's hunger satisfied, and she will be less likely to
look for empty calorie junk foods.
Avoid deep-fried foods. Serve foods that have
been saut6ed, baked, broiled, roasted, boiled, or
grilled.
No preserved meats. Most preserved meats
contain nitrites which are converted into a
carcinogen (cancer-causing agent) in the body. This
includes foods that are typically pink in color like
bologna, salami, pepperoni, hot dogs, corned beef,
and pastrami.


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Regulate the meals your child enjoys each
healthy foods are a priority.


day to ensure


No sodas, juice drinks or sweetened drinks.
Have your children drink mostly water, but include
skim or low-fat milk, fresh fruit juice and fresh
vegetable juices.
Exercise daily. Studies have shown that children
as young as two years old should incorporate 60
minutes of exercise into their daily regimen. The 60
minutes.does not have to be done all at once.
Breaking it up into 10- to 15-minute clips makes this
goal easily attainable.
Involve the entire family. Parents should be
mentors to their children and set a healthy lifestyle
for all to adhere to.

For additional information on maintaining a
healthy lifestyle, go to
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News you need to know



$8.8 million settlement with leading magazine publisher Time Inc.


Attorney General Charlie Crist recently announced
that his office has finalized an $8.8 million-multi-
state settlement between Time Inc., and 23 states'
over the company's improper marketing and billing
practices. Florida led the settlement negotiations that
resulted in an agreement for Time to refund con-
sumers and reimburse the participating states for the
costs of their investigation. Time Inc. owns many
well-known magazines including Time,' People, En-
tertainment Weekly, Sports Illustrated, Fortune,


Money, Southern Living and In Style.
An investigation into Time's marketing and billing
practices revealed that the company's recent switch
to an automatic renewal method misled some con-
sumers into paying for unwanted or unordered sub-
scriptions. When Time initiated the automatic re-
newal, many consumers were not adequately noti-
fied that they would have to cancel if they did not
want their subscription continued. Time would then
repeatedly bill customers and if not contacted by the


FEMA launches customer focused Web site


After months of work and customer input, the De-
partment of Homeland Security's Federal Emer-
gency Management Agency (FEMA) launched its
new Web site recently at www.fema.gov. The new,
customer-friendly design of FEMA.gov offers direct
links to disaster planning, assistance, recovery and
rebuilding information from the home page.
Seven primary audiences individuals, emer-
gency personnel, business and professional, institu-
tions, government, news media and kids have
home page links directly to relevant FEMA pro-
grams and information to help visitors quickly lo-
cate information.
By reorganizing content and streamlining the
home page layout, visitors will be able to better nav-
igate the site and quickly find the information they
are seeking. The new site also puts information,
about programs like training, preparation and miti-
gation fewer clicks away from the home page.
FENIA conducted a year-long study of the Web site
and is implementing recommendations from both,
disaster victims and disaster response and recovery
specialists. The improvements came through a sev-
en-step process that included a variety of survey
methods, goal definition, usability testing, internal
training, content management reviews, new archi-
tecture, and streamlining the pages. In addition to
the new design, FEMA has added an improved
search engine capability and content management
system to ensure content is current and easy to find.
"Our Web site served us well during last year's
hurricane season, but we identified a number of ar-
eas we could improve in time for the 2006 season,"
said FEMA Acting Director R. David Paulison. "Our


Zurich American

Insurance company

agrees to refund


goal was to make FEMA.gov more accessible and,
customer-oriented to enhance our ability to assist
disaster victims."
A FEMA Web site, record 14 million visits were
logged on the Web site in the month following Hur-
ricane Katrina's landfall.on the Gulf Coast in August
2005, For five straight weeks., more than half a mil-
lion individuals per week applied for disaster assis-
tance 'or checked the status of their assistance appli-
*cation through FEMA.gov. FEMA added an on-line
registration capability in 20Q4, and the on-line indi-
vidual assistance center in 2005.
The new look and feel of the site including pages,
colors and layouts was developed by the Depart-
ment of Homeland.Security and will be adopted by
other DHS agencies as a standard format in the fu-
ture.
The redesigned FEMA.gov site meets the presi-
dent's. directive to use electronic media better to
provide citizens with timely, accurate and consistent
information about government services and opera-
tions. It also supports Homeland Security Secretary
Michael Chertoff's ,directive to improve customer
service and ensure timely and accurate information
during an emergency.
For additional information on FEMA.gov contact
the FEMA News Desk at 202-646-4600.
FEMA manages federal response and recovery ef-
forts following any national incident. FEMA also
initiates mitigation activities, works with state and
local emergency managers, and-manages the Nation-
al Flood Insurance Program. FEMA became part of
the US Department of Homeland Security on March
1, 2003.,


customer, threaten to put
their name in the "bad
debt file" or refer them to
the "consumer credit in-
dex." As a result, many
customers reported that
they paid for unordered
subscriptions out of fear
that nonpayment would
result in damage to their
credit rating. Time also
mailed offers that ap-
peared to be invoices and
lacked the clear disclo-
sures required by law.
More than 1,300 com-
plaints have been logged
by consumers, with more.
than 200 coming from
Floridians.
"Floridians should.
only pay for magazines
they have ordered and
not be forced to jump
through hoops to cancel
unwanted subscrip-
tions," said Crist. "This
settlement will now re-
sult in consumer restitu-
tion and require Time to
.clearly tell customers
about renewal proce-
dures."
More than 108,000 eli-'
gible consumers will
share $4.3 million for
magazine subscriptions
that were automatically
renewed between 1998
and 2004. Among this
group are approximately
10,600 Florida consumers
who may be eligible for,
refunds totaling
$392,000. Over the next
three months, Time will
send refund letters and


claim forms directly to
potentially eligible con-
sumers with instructions
on how to apply for re-
funds.
Under the agreement,
Time will give customers
the option of automati-
cally renewing their
magazines and will en-
sure that customers are
notified of all automatic
renewal terms. Before the
end of the subscription
period, Time will send
customers written re-
minders of the automatic
renewal, .their right to
cancel the subscription
and the procedure for
cancellation. Time will
also honor all requests to
cancel subscriptions as
soon as reasonably possi-
ble and will refund the
subscription price if cus-
tomers are charged for
magazines they did not
order. For new subscrip-
tions,' Time will give cus-
tomers the option to -se-
lect automatic renewal.
Additionally, Time will
not mail solicitations that
resemble bills, invoices
or statements of accounts
due, nor will the compa-
ny submit unpaid auto-
matic renewal accounts
to collection agencies.
A copy of the settle-
ment with Time is avail-
able at: http:/ /myflori-
dalegal.com / webfiles.nsf
/ W F /K G R G -
6N3MQ4/ $file / TimeAV
C.pdf


Tom Gallagher, Flori-
da's chief financial,. offi-.
cer, announced recently
that his department, as
part of a multi-state coali-
tion, has entered into a
Settlement with Zurich
American Insurance Com-
pany in response to bid-
rigging and price-fixing
allegations. Florida vic-
tims businesses, non-
profit organizations and
governmental entities -
will receive nearly $8 mil-
lion under the settlement.
"Bid-rigging and 'pay-
to-play' schemes will not
be tolerated in Florida,"
said Gallagher,' who over-
sees the Florida Depart-
ment of Financial. Ser-
vices. "Insurance compa-
nies and brokers will not
get away with deceiving
their customers, inflating
prices and corrupting the
insurance marketplace."
Zurich allegedly paid
undisclosed contingent
commissions to insurance
brokers and conspired
with certain insurance
brokers in a "pay-to-play"
scheme to overcharge cus-
tomers for commercial in-
surance policies. In addi-
tion, Zurich allegedly
submitted fake bids in or-
der to create the illusion
of a competitive bidding
process, when in fact the
broker had pre-designat-
ed another insurer as the
winner at an inflated
price. Zurich was alleged-
ly rewarded for submit-
ting fake quotes by re-
ceiving protection from
competition onr other lu-
crative accounts.


The multi-state coali-
tion did an extensive in-
vestigation of Zurich's
conduct. Zurich is one of
the first insurance compa-
nies to agree to reimburse
customers, disclose future
contingent commission
payments, and implement
conduct reforms that
change the way the com-
pany does business. The
multi-state settlement
provides $171.7 million in
restitution to nine partici-
pating states, including
Florida.
Gallagher launched an
investigation into insur-
ance broker activities in
November 2004. His of-
fice is still investigating
the conduct of other in-
surance brokers and in-
surance companies. "In-
surers and, brokers that
engage in unacceptable
conduct will be held ac-
countable," Gallagher
said.
The settlement will be
enforced through a judg-
ment in state court, as
well as through a multi-
district federal action in
New Jersey. It is still sub-
ject to court approval.
As a statewide elected of-
ficer of the Florida Cabinet,
Chief Financial Officer Tom
Gallagher oversees the De-
partment of Financial Ser-
vices, a multi-division state
agency responsible for man-
agement of state funds and
unclaimed property, assist-
ing consumers who request
information and help related
to financial services, and in-
vestigating financial fraud.
Gallagher also serves as the
State Fire Marshal.


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THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER FROM
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. SECLUDED FOUR BEDROOM,
4.5 BATHROOM HOME
NESTLED ON TWO AND A
HALF ACRES IN PRESTIGIOUS
MANDARIN, FL.
A LUXURIOUS MASTER SUITE
INCLUDES A ROMANTIC
TERRACE OVERLOOKING THE
RIVER AND EXTRAVAGANT
MASTER BATH WITH
FIREPLACE. THIS HOME IS AN
ENTERTAINER'S DREAM WITH EXQUISITE BALCONIES BOTH INSIDE AND OUT,
LOVELY FORMAL DINING,
A LARGE GOURMET KITCHEN, AND VIEWS OF THE RIVER FROM NEARLY EVERY
ROOM IN THE HOUSE. LEISURE AND ENTERTAINING EXTEND OUTSIDE TO A
SIGNATURE POOL AND SPA; SUMMER KITCHEN, AND 175 FOOT PRIVATE DOCK WITH
BOAT HOUSE INCLUDING JET SKI LIFT PLUS ONE 16,000 LBS AND ONE 10,000 LBS.
BOAT LIFT. ALL YOUR TREASURES WILL BE SAFE BEHIND YOUR OWN GATED
ENTRANCE AND MONITOR BY SECURITY.,
CALL OFFICE FOR MORE DETAILS.
UPCOMING AUCTIONS:


To get more information about this week's

Feature Home, call Poole Realty &

Associates at 386-362-4539.


1440 ACRES IN LAFAYETTE COUNTY, JUST SOUTH OF HIGHWAY 27. I
B ,, If- fi. i, h 1 iF I I 1 ri.J I nll L -ran* ,
.80 INVESTMENT PROPERTIES AROUND THE NATION. AUCTION TO BE I .... ... ..
HELD IN MIAMI, FL AND ON-LINE BIDDING AVAILABLE. i 4J* I


p Lighthouse Realty
'of North Florlda, Inc.
iocu r -.I' H liy 27 ,lJdc AhEnu N, M ,:,i FIl.,riJ:,
Heather M. Neill, Broker
SSearch the MLS 3 2.LGH131
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80'or "'J ,-AE t I:I h i T.. ,: :I.; r.:. I II .I 'nI I :,n
Highway 129 Th., i cll, l r., h,,..T,,,l' .:'
fantastic setting for development. Fenced. $16,000 per
acre. Total of 100 acres available; Seller will subdivide
inlo 20 acre pacelt. Fei Cojruny ,t,.:.i.) .ub7.-,l.a.i.
*' t "l.ill I., ,"r.:,,,- .1.1 ',1 : M ,i lhl.,ii 1.11_0 ,',u,r&T. ,:,'


ONE ACRE LOTS Beautiful one acre lots
conveniently located just off US Hwy 27 two miles
outside Branford city limits. Lot is less than five minutes
from Suwannee River public boat ramp. This would be
the perfect area to put your home. Priced to sell.
$21,000 #49870


LAKEFRONT HIDEAWAY Bring the family, because
this listing boars two lots and two homes for the price of
onel A total of 1.92 .acres is home to 672 sq. ft. 2/1
cabin and a 2/1 mobile home. Both have been used for
the occasional weekend vacation and are in good
repair. Look out Into the back yard and see a beautiful
cypress pong. A channel runs from the back bf the
property to the lake. Good neighborhood, quiet,
peacefularea. $167,000 MLS#51300
', W ...


LARHnE AUHCAUE Just outside of Mayo, property
has cleared home site and cypress cabin. Approxo 18
acres in 5 yr old planted pines balanced in natural
woods, for a total of 47 acres that also has 90x140
stocked pond, two power poles, two wells, fenced on
three sides. Property backs up to 32,000 acre hunting
club. This property has a lot of potential for many
possibilities. S418.000 #50085


FMfluiOvN- Niue3 oh nui II just an a mI Isinui uIIn
beautiful Cherry Lake in Madison. Sit on your front
deck and enjoy nature or relax in your Jacuzzi on your
back deck. Home comes with 2.7 acres that is fenced.
Bring all reasonable offers. $110,000 #52462


GORGEOUS HOME You must see this house to
appreciate it. This well-kept home has 4 spacious
bedrooms, 3 bath, 12x20 gameroom w/AC, three
sheds, well groomed 1.56 acre yard, concrete driveway,
detached garage. Also home Is in great neighborhood
close to town. $238,800 #47899

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nEtAn inc nR an- Lovely secluoea acreage near me
Suwannee River. Peaceful surroundings, lots of wildlife,
the perfect retreat from the rat racel Excellent
investment property. Close to town but far enough your
still in thea nintrn '90a 0N 0 #4A1r


PLANTED PINES 34.41 acres just off paved road in
RESIDENTIAL LOT IN TOWN Very nice residential lot Suwannee County. 25 acres are planted in 20-year-old
inside city limits. Located in safe, quiet area, across pines; the balance is planted In 8-10 year-old pines.
from the town park. Fenced, fruit trees, grape vines, big Good rural location centrally located 12 miles from
granddaddy oak, ready for your home. Come take a Branford, 14 miles from Live Oak and 18 miles from
look. $19,500 #49820 Lake City. $361,305 #50066 260861-F


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First month's
rent plus deposit
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Water, sewer &
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First Day
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3 times, $125.00. Call 386-792-3733.
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FOR RENT.
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FIRST MONTH'S
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DEPOSIT TO
MOVE IN.
WATER, SEWER
& GARBAGE
INCLUDED.
NO PETS
386-330-2567
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529 S. Ohio Ave., Live Oak, FL
Bus. 386-362-1389 Fax: (386) 362-6131
S.C. Sullivan (386) 362-1389, Evening 362-2990
Realtor Assoc. M. Elizabeth Elliott, Evening 842-2372


(1) Hamilton County: 40
Acres wooded with 1/4 mile
on good County grated
road, good hunting area,
priced to sell @ $225,000
(2) 1st Time listed
5 Acres on 142nd street
(paved) with a 3 bedroom 2
bath, Central Heat & Air
Conditioner. 2003 Doublewide.
Kitchen furnished, washer &
dryer, detached storage and
fenced in grass. Priced to sell
@ 114,900.00
(3) Harrell Heights: New
three bedroom, two bath
central heat and air
condition home containing
1104 sq., ft. of living area.
Kitchen furnished. $95,000.
100% financing to qualified
buyers.
(4) 167th Road: 15 acres in
grass/cropland with nice
building site, pond, partially
fenced, paved road, good
area. $10,000 per ac.
(5) Near City: 24 acres
wooded with approx. 520 on
CR 249 stocked fish pond.
Some large oaks. $11,500
per acre.
(6) Perry Fla: Two building
lots with city sewer and
water, homes only. $19,500
for both, terms.
(7) 38th St.: 15 acres
grass/cropland, few trees
with pond, partially fenced.
$10,000 per acre.
(8) Off CR 250: 10 acres
partially wood. Approved
well & septic tank. Good
County Road $11,000 per
acre.
(9) Near City off CR 136
East: 4.85 ac. with a 1995


CH&AC doublewide M.H.
Kitchen furnished, large
oaks, pond. $89,500.
(10) Branford area: 15 acres
in good cropland, with
county roads and fence on
three sides. Excellent
location near US 27 & US
129. $12,000 per acre
(11) 104th St.: 5.35 acres
with open land with a few
large oaks, good location.
$15,000 per acre.
(12) 4th St. SW, Jasper:
vinyl sided home 2/3
bedroom, 2 bath, porch &
deck, central heat & air, city
water & sewer. $82,500.
(13) Off River Road: 10
acres wooded, secluded,
660x660. Good buy @
$11,500 per acre.
(14) 96th Trail: 5 acres with
two bedroom 1 1/2 bath,
central heat & air
conditioned brick home
containing approx. 1500 sq.
ft. kitchen furnished,
detached storage. Priced to
sell at $149,000.
(15) CR 141: Four acre tract
with 3 bedroom, 2 bath
home under construction
cont. approx 1508 sq. ft. 4
acres paved rd. $180,000.
(16) Camping Lot: 1.25
Acres in Dowling Park Area,
all wooded. $5,600.00
(17) Lafayette Co: 5.3 Acres
900 ft on US 27 & 628 ft. on
county rd. with a 1996 Palm
Harbor doublewide mobile
home, large deck, front
porch, motor home storage
& hook up, detached storage
bldg., wooded, fenced, 4"
well sprinkler system, good
buy at $169,000.


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PETS ,
LOST AN ANIMAL? WANT TO
ADOPT? Call Suwannee County
Animal Control at 386-208-0072. M-F
from 9 a.m.- 5 p.rm.
Pets for Sale
FOR ADOPTION: 2 female, 11 wks
old puppies, Corgi/Beagle mix.
Starting at $45.00. Also, rescued
cats, young & older, neutered,
starting at $25.00. Call 386-364-
6926.
Pets for Free
FREE PUPPIES: 1 male, 1 female. 6
weeks old, pit bull/mix. FREE
KITTENS: 1 White, 4 Calico. Call
386-938-3985.




AGRICULTURE
Livestock
FOR SALE: 19 month old
Registered Black Angus Bull.
$1500.00. Call 386-364-5727.


Mobile Homes

and

Land for sale.

Financed

by owner.


Ask for
Larry Olds.


1386-362-2720


First Day
FOUR FEEDER PIGS
40+ lbs. Show type hogs.
$30. ea. or $100. for all
Call 386-935-0981

Farm Equipment
FORD Tractor 3600, 1982-Runs
good. $4,000.00 OBO. Call 386-364-
4290. (Live Oak, FL)





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Furniture
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armoire, & small toy box. $800. Call
386-364-5727.
First Day
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Like New (3 months old) Paid
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NEW CONSTRUCTION West of town "_M_
location. All brick home on 1/2 acre. SOFT LIGHTS AND A FLICKERING
Pleasing split bedroom plan. Still time to FIRE A fireplace in the master bedroom!
choose carpet! $181,000 MLS 52316 3/2 two story home with an above ground
Call Tanya Shaffer 755-5448 pool in privacy fenced backyard. Formal
dining room, nice kitchen, ADT security.
$135,000 MLS 52301 Call Betsy Tyler
365-4434


WEST 90 FRONTAGE Doublewide and
a single wide converted to duplex rental.
Historic Country store building, plus V ll
24x40 barn. 2, Acres. A place for "
collectibles and to store all your boy toys. MUSICIAN'S DREAM Soundproof
c ib523 1 all yea u 75 65 MUSICIAN'S DREAM Soundproof
fencedIhome with 24x24 garage plus
recording studio or 2nd BR in this 2/2
workshop. Ceramic tile and counter-tops,
glamour bath with jacuzzi. MLS 52302
$74,500 Call Betsy Tyler 755-1517





BRING 'THE IORSES Updated home
on 24 acres convenient to town. Lush
landscaping, trellised walkways, tobbling
lountaills along with large har alnd pasture
for equestrians. MLS 483611 Call Janet
('reel 755-0466
ON 'rlE SUWANNEE RIVER Two
story concrlce block hlnome with
4B11/I3BA, total 26211 sq. ft. heated area
with 100 feet oii the iver, sea wall,
floating dock completed ithl bon( lif.
Wide spot oil the river with no
neighbors acrss the way. Suitable for
two fa illiies, inc Iis' r hediii sl id -o
complete with 2 stoves, 2 rcfrig, 2 COUNTRY SETTING at the end of a cul-
in crowaves, washiir and dryer, upright de-sac with lots of privacy. Well
ficczcr, 2 heat/sair units. ('ill Marlene maiintined mobile hionic close to anlcliies
McCray 386-365-31181 or Tanya oi West side. $51,900 Call Sharon Selder
Shatrer 386-755-5448 365-12013 or Julia DeJesus 344-159(020 -F
260885-F


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Garage/Yard Sales
ESTATE SALE MARK DOWN: Sat.,
05/13, 7 a.m. CR 136 West. In
Foxboro.





RECREATION

Boats/Supplies
AIRBOAT-16' fiberglass, stainless
steel cage & acc., 35 gal. alum. gas
tank, custom built trailer, 500
Cadillac engine, wood prop., dual
exhaust, tandem seating for 4,
marine radio, over $30,000 new, only
85 hours run time, must sell, $17,900
OBO. Call 229-873-1498.

First Day
EVENRUDE TNT, 50HP. 2 Tanks. All
controls still on boat, can test drive.
$1500.00. 386-792-2042.

FSBO: 2001 KEYWEST Boat. 17 ft.
Galvanized trailer & 90 hp Yamaha
motor. Center console, great
condition. Always garaged.
$12,000.00. Call 386-776-2619 or
904-412-8385.

IDEAL for fishing: 15ft Lightning Tri-
hull. 35 hp motr. Excellent cond.
Center console, drive-on trailer.
$2,650.00. Also 9.5 Mercury motor.
Call 386-776-1867.


First Day
SYLVAN Jon Boat 17ft. w/trailer &
30HP Johnson & trolling motor. Very
good condition. $1900.00. Call 386-
208-1060.

Campers/Motor Homes

FLEETWOOD Bounder 35E, 2003.
Xlnt cond. Low mi. 2 slds, 2 ACs, 2
TVs. Lg shwr, many cabs., conv.
oven, w/d combo. One non-
smoking/no pet owner. $73,900. 386-
362-8391.






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home. Lg outdoor deck. Clean & re-
modeled, CH&A, Ig shaded private
yard. Sep. garage. Access to private
parks & boat ramp. $850/mo. 352-
613-2761.

First Day
Three BD/One BA in Suwannee
County, FL. 2,000 sq ft home on 80
acres. Barn, fenced & cross-fenced,
mostly pasture. Great for livestock.
$2,000. per month. Call J.W. Hill &
Associates at' 386-362-3300 for
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TWO BD/1.5 BA at 8561 288th St.,
Branford, FL. $800. per month,1 mo.
deposit. 904-571-2373.

Mobile Homes for rent

First Day
DWMH, 4BD/2,5BA, 2,000sqft.
Partially furn. Two miles North of
Jasper, Fl. On 1 wooded acre. Decks
on front & back. $850./mo. Call Sara
at 386-362-1372 or 772-342-4936
(cell)

First Day
SWMH-2BD/2BA on 3 acres in
Dowling Park, FL area. $650.00/mo +
first, last & $200.00 sec. dep. Call
386-294-1786.

First Day
Three BD/Two BA SWMH in
O'Brien, FL. $600. per month. Call
J.W. Hill & Associates at 386-362-
3300 for more details.
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back yard with in ground pool. Even has a guest
cottage! Too many upgrades to list, so call today!
MLS#51516 $299,999 BJ Federico 386-365-5884


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FOR
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Rental Assistance
1, 2, 3, & 4 BRHC & Non-
HC Accessible Apartments

705 NW Drive, Live Oak, FL
386-364-7936
TDD/TTY 711 '
Equal Housing Opportunity n


LAKE WOOD
APARTMENTS IN
LIVE OAK
Quiet country living
2 bedroom duplex..
Call 362-3110.
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NEW SMYRNA BEACH
Ocean/Riverviews 4 Bedroom, 4
Bath, Steps to Ocean; Roof-Top
Deck For Viewing .Je* I.etal Roof,
Single Garage, Sprinkler System.
$450,000. 386-679-3015.


North Carolina. Easy access, great
view, 10 min to Maggie Valley, 30 min
to Cherokee, 2 min to Parkway,
Mountain Stream with picnic area,
Fireplace, Sleeps 10. All Amenities.
$500/wk, $1600/mo. 386-330-4207
Lucy

Office Space
OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT- One
office has 1,400 sq. ft. and rents for
$950./month. Also available, a 2,100
Ssq. f :office. Call Poole Realty at 386-
209-1766 for more details.. .


REAL ESTATE FOR


Homes for Sale
COME TO THE MOUNTAINS!
RE/MAX Mountain Properties offers
the best properties available in
Western NC. Mountain views,
creeks, cabins &.acreage. Call toll
free, 1-800-708-4252 or visit
www.cometothemountains.com

Distressed? Overwhelmed by bill
collectors? Facing foreclosure? -
We can help. Ask for Bill.
386-688-4713.

FLORIDA OCALA AREA
Preconstruction Homes & Prices.
Investors & 1st/2nd homebuyers.
$750 .down. 100% financing for
qualified buyers. 352-286-9378
Cole Realty

FSBO: Quaint 1BD/1BA Cottage
w/loft on large pond. 750sf. w/1.09
acres. Great investment! $85,000.00.
Call 386-362-8181.

HANDY, INVESTOR SPECIAL,
Cheap. Great Deal For Rehabbers.
For more info, call 386-688-4713.

IN Live Oak, FL. FourBD/Two BA,
2003. On five acres. New appliances,
fresh paint, some new carpeting,
dormers. $319,000.00 Call 386-963-
4956 or 863-559-1491. Owner/agent.


Classifieds


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NEWLY BUILT 3bd 2ba W D
h-,ckup on 75X100 lol, city waier &
sewage. Asking $97.500. This home
quality for S.H.I.P. Appraised at
$115,000. Located in Trenton, FL.
352-745-6727


SEBASTIAN 3/2.5/2 designer home.
1/2ac cornet lot -across from river.
Facing rnalure preserve Cathedral
ceilings, fireplace. Virtual Tour @
Sebatianfl.org .Ed Junker
SALE Rerma...'Rvers;de offered @.
$3-l9,'00 772-.33-5922


Condominiums

ATTENTION INVESTORS! There
are just some properties worth
looking at even in a volatile real
estate, market, and this direct
oceanfront pondo in Daytona Beach
Shores is one of them. This tastefully
decorated, 2BRf2BA condo in a
monthly-rental building .is furnished,
fully appointed and ready for you or
your tenants to move in and enjoy
the breathtaking Atlantic Ocean
views. It is in move-in condition and
won't last long. Call realtor David
Fedor at 386-451-8491 and mention
code Gelawa',. .

Mobile Homes

First Day
CEDAR LOG TRIPLE WIDE,
5bd/3ba, eat in kitchen with island,
formal dining room, deck, above
ground pool, catherial ceilings, wood
shed, 3 1/4 acres, 3 miles off the last
exit of 1-75. $145,000. 386-938-2360

FLEETWOOD 16X80, 3bd/2ba,
Zone II, new carpet and appliances.
Call 229-244-7245 for details.
Financing available with approved
credit.

Home and Land Packages in
Beautiful Deer Creek Subdivision, or
Acreage in the Country, with Modular
or Manufactured Homes. Financing
Available! CALL RUBY AT (386) 303-
1557.


Liberty National Life Insurance Co.
is expanding its operation and is looking for upwardly mobile
people to fill insurance sales & service positions. Average
annual earnings $42,000. Fringe benefit package: 2 retirement
funds, health insurance, paid vacation, convention trips & many
others. No experience necessary. We have on the job training.
Requirements: honesty, hard worker & dependable transportation.
Contact Ronnie Harvey at 1-877-865-6565 |
Or fax resume to: 386-752-8724


Liberty National is an EOE


Licensed Agents Welcome


HUD Vouchers Welcome!
1, 2 & 3 BR HC & Non-HC
Accessible Apartments


705 NW Drive, Live Oak,.FL
386-364-7936
TDD/TTY/711
Equal Housing Opportunity -


FOR SALE BY OWNER: Beaul,!ul
2004 Homes of Merit DWMH on 5
fenced acres. 4BD/3BA w/fam. rm,
Ivg rm, dng rm & kit. Home has a
12X36 covered rear deck, metal
carport & metal workshop. Price
reduced to $157,900. Call for more
info: 386-590-1169.
As Is, Where Is! Make An Offer!
2 Bedroom/2 Bath, Used
Doublewides. CALL RICK AT (386)
752-5355. One New .14X70
2BR/2BATH $26,500.
CASH DEALS. WE LOVE EM! We:
will give you the very best pricing in
north Florida on New or Used
.Manufactured Homes! 386-752-5355
DOUBLEWIDE-2001, On approx. 1/2'
acre In Wood Gate Village, Lake City,
FL. 3Bedroom/2Bath. Call Ron (386);
397-4960.

FOR SALE! \New & Used, 3 & 4
Bedroom Doublewides, on 1/2-1 acre
lots. In Columbia County. Call RUBY,
leave message (386) 303-1557.

IF YOU OWN LAND OR HAVE A
LARGE DOWNPAYMENT I MAY BE
WILLING TO OWNER FINANCE A
NEW MANUFACTURED HOME
FOR YOU. CALL STEVE AT 386-.
365-8549

LAND HOME PACKAGES, NEW
AND USED, WHILE THEY LAST!!
CALL RON NOW! 386-397-4960.

Modular 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, In
beautiful Deer Creek Subdivision,
20% Down Approx. $664 Mo. Call
RUBY At (386) 303-1557.

MODULAR HOME, 1508 SQ. FT.,
3BDRM, 2 BATH, LIV/FRM,
STUCCO EXTERIOR, DRIVEWAY,
SODDED, SPRINKLER SYSTEM,
20% DOWN, APPROX $722.72 MO.
CALL RON 386-397-4960.

New Home Is Looking for a Family. 3
Bedroom/2 Bath, FHA or
C,:,.erntiorial -Financing Available.
CALL RLIB' AT (386) 303-1557.

Used Doublewides from Disney
Area, 34 14 LEFT. Now in Lake City.
A/C, steps, cable ready w/TV,
telephone, furnished, pots & pans,
dishes, Silver ware. Perfect for Rental
Properties or Starter Home. Great
Deals, While they Last! 386-752-
5355'.

Vacation Property

EASTERN TN MOUNTAINS
Situated around a 36,000 acre lake,
1/2 to 5 acre building sites from the
$40s. Planned amenities & direct
lake access. 866-800-4609


RETAIL STORE
MANAGER/ASSISTANT

FRED'S, a retail discount chain
with locations throughout the
mid-south currently is taking
applications for store/assistant
manager in the Live Oak, Florida
area.

Competitive Benefits
401(k) Retirement Plan
MEDICAL AND DENTAL
INSURANCE
Individual Training

The successful candidate will
have:
3 YEARS RETAIL EXPERIENCE
Interested candidates should
send their resumes or letter of
qualifications to:

FAX # (901) 202-7539
E-MAIL: gpricer@fredsinc.com
264342-F


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A FREE BROCHURE At Western
Carolina Real Estate, we offer the
best Mountain Properties in. North
Carolina. Homes and Land
available. Call 800-924-2635.
WesternCarolinaRE.com
AAH! COOL MOUNTAIN.
BREEZES Murphy, North Carolina
Affordable Homes &, Mountain'
Cabins. Land, River, Mountains,
Streams Call for Free Brochure 1-
877-837-2288 Exit Realty Mountain
View Properties
www.exitmurphy.com
BLUE RIDGE GEORGIA Log-sided
Cabins $160K+, Lots $15K. Toll free
1-800-876-2943, ID#1137 for
recorded message. e-mail
Laura@miong.com.' Mountain
Investments of North Georgia.

COME TO THE MOUNTAINS
MURPHY, N.C. View Lots Starting
@. $28,000+ Gated Communities
Custom Built Log Homes Vacation
Rentals Free Brochure Investors
Realty 1-800-497-3334
www.investorsrealtyinc.com

ESCAPE BEAUTIFUL WESTERN
N.C. MOUNTAINS Free Information
& Color Brochure. Mountain
Properties .Spectacular Views
Cabins,! Homes, Creeks &
Investment Acreage Appalachian
Land Co. 1-800-213-7919 Murphy
NC's Largest RE Firm
wwwlappalachianlahd.com .


FANTASTIC LOCATION IN THE
HEART OF THE TENNESSEE
SMOKEYS Beautiful Waterside
Community Stunning Views
Incredible Waterfront Values Call
Now! Final Phase 1-800-559-3095
ext 65 Marketed by Land & Lakes
Realty, Inc.

MURPHY, NORTH CAROLINA
Western NC Mountain Properties.
Affordable Homes, 'Views, Cabins,
Creeks & Investment Properties.
Call Cherokee Mountain GMAC Real
Estate for a Free Color Brochure. 1-
800-841-5868
www.cherokeemountainrealty.com

MURPHY, NORTH CAROLINA &
Northeast Georgia Offering
wonderful Mountain homes, land &
small town communities. Low taxes
& homeowners insurance. Free
brochure & helpful information; 1-
877-387-6677, Century 21 (Foxfire
Realty Group), www.C21Foxfire.com


NORTH CAROLINA! Log Cabins
$89,900 $132,900. Easy to finish
2-3BR Chalets on 1-3' acre sites.
Land Sale 1-7 acre parcels. Great
Views! Call 828-247-0081












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NORTH CUAHUROLINA I uGEORGIA
IMAGINE! The Most Spectacular
Views. Lakes, golf, marina,
Nantahala Forest, Land/ Cabin kit
packages $99,900. Limited
Availability. 1-888-389-3504 ext. 306
NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAINS
are calling! Come see the
breathtaking views, rushing streams,
and quiet hollows. Experience the
peace of the mountains! 1 -800-632-
2212 http://valleytownrealty.com
vtr@dnet.net


OHIO Camping Resort S.E. Ohio
Lake Region... Pools; Clubhouse,
Party Center, Fishing Lakes, Comfort
Stations and More. All Utilities,
Ownership for $160 Month with 2000
Locations. 866-685-6808
RIVERFRONT VIEW OHIO 5+
Acres, Excellent Hill Top building site
overlooking the Muskingum River.
Secluded, woods, and part open
property $34,900. Owner Financing'
740-489-9146
TENNESSEE! MONTEAGLE-
SEWANEE, Beautiful Mountain
Properties. 600+ Acres; Tracts, 5
Acres & up. 4 miles from 1-24.
Gated & secluded! Gorgeous bluff
& creek. Wooded lots. George,
Timberwood Development Co., 423-
949-6887 www.timber-wood.com
TIME SHARE MADE EASY
Discover points by Holiday. No
exchange Hasslel Better than Red
Weeks! Call for Free Points Guide!
1-800-348-0423
www.holidayclubus.com/hfn

Buildings.
NUMBER ONE Steel Building
Source Commercial / Agricultural /
Residential. Since 1980! Call for
Honesty and Integrity! AII Sizes! 1-
888-425-7755
STEEL BUILDINGS: 5 Only 25x30,
30x40, 40x50, 45x80, 50x100 Must
Move Now! Selling for Balance
Owed!!! 1-800-211-9593 x24.
Lots
BEAUTIFUL TENNESSEE
MOUNTAIN LOTS Breathtaking
Views River Access Ideal for
Fishing, Hunting, ATV, Horseback
Riding. Near Dale Hollow Lake
Perfect for Cabin Weekend Get-A-
Way. Utilities Great Investment
Property. Owner Financing From
$24,900 931-839-2968
GEORGIA BULLOCH County
4/2/2 sitting on a .75 acre lot. Lots
of upgrades. $189,900. 912-839-
7500

Acreage
First Day


Both in Suwannee County, FL- 4.8
ac, 2 mi from Dowling Park, w/well,'
septic & pwr pole. $69,999. & 4.37
ac, close to Live Oak, $66,999. No
flood zone. Call 850-971-5813.
First Day
DREAM BIG-OWN YOUR OWN:.
20 Acres, 10 Acres, or 5 Acres.
Wooded, on a paved county road.
ELDER REALTY ASSOCIATES
1 (800) 401-1625


Five Acres-Dowling Park, FL.
W/well, septic & power, Beautifully
wooded. Paved road. Owner
financing, no down payment.
$925./mo, Total of $89,900. Call 352-
215-1018.
FL LAND BARGAINS
Opportunities to own your own farm,
ranch,,, woodland or lakefront
homestead. Old Florida at its best!
Still affordable! Call 866-352-2249
or www.fllandbargains.com
FLORIDA LAND Starting at'
$12,900 Financing Available. Over
100 Lots Available in Counties of
Levy, Marion, Clay, Calhoun,
Putnam. Realtors & Investors
welcome. 1-718-797-0807
GEORGIA Baldwin County, 534
acres, beaver ponds, mature
hardwoods, miles of creek frontage.
$2,000/ac. Call Waller Land &
Timber, LLC 478-232-0624


FSBO: 1,1.18 Acres. Of1 nwy 19 D
in Live Oak (on 128th St). Pasture
w/lg live oak trees on property. (Ag
exempt).- Perfect. homesite or
investment. $148,000. Call 954-448-
9325.
GEORGIA Burke County. 4ac.
wooded homesites. Paved road.
$19,000! Town & Country Real
Estate 478-552-5681
www.tandcrealestate.com
GEORGIA Washington County,
10ac wooded homesites, beautiful!
$45,000! Town & Country Real
Estate 478-552-5681,
GEORGIA Washington County
25.16ac Paved Rd. Beautiful
hardwoods. Excellent homesite.
Owner will not divide $87,942. Town
& Country Real Estate 478-552-5681
www.tandcrealestate.com


GEORGIA LAND Central 1-50 acre
tracts in beautiful wooded areas.
Enjoy the south's finest living.
Terrific investment w/financing
available. Starting $6,000 per acre.
Call 706-833-0204
GEORGIA LAND Secluded country
homesites & acreage, 5-50/acs.
Hardwoods & pines. Middle Georgia
area near Vidalia & Dublin. Starting
$2650/acre. (Special 14.62acs
w/3ac. lake. $4750/acre.) Call
Owner 912-529-6198
GILCHRIST COUNTY, FL
13 or 20 Acres
Road Frontage, Hardwood Trees
$10,000.00 per acre
1-941-778-7980/7565
www.landcallnow.com

First Day
In Suwannee Co. 3.72 acres on
paved rd. Fenced off, w/brick home
approx.. 1200sf, needs extensive
repair. Well, sep, pwr pole. Reduced
to $65,000. Call Leo: 786-877-4733
KENTUCKY Incredible waterfront.
Lakes, rivers, creeks. 1 Acre -
$9,900 or $500/down, $105/mo. 2
Acres $14,900 or $500/down,
$159/mo. 5 'Acres $600/down,
$215/mo. Breathtaking views, great
investment. 270-791-7725
www.YourLandKing.com
KENTUCKY -Trigg County, Hunting
& Recreation Land. 4,300ac, will
divide into smaller tracts, other tracts
available of all sizes throughout the
Southeast. 478-319-2980 1-800-
397-8213

KENTUCKY 100 acres, beautiful
rolling hills, lakes, barns, timber,
pasture and farmground. Excellent
deer/turkey hunting $195,000. Also
3,000 acre farm,. $1250 acre,
* divideable 1-270-556-3576

N. CAROLINA ACREAGE 1+
Acres Beautiful Building Site or
Perfect Site for your new doublewide
Mobile Home. Quiet Area, $11,900
Owner Financing. 803-473-7125


NC ASHEVILLE AREA Gated
community between 2 mountains,
Over 4 miles of riverfront. 1 to 8
acres from the $60's. Planned
amenities, incredible views! 866-
800-4588

NC LAND 20 acres, $99,990.
Stream, pastures, woods, stars,
deer, no hurricanes. Also, country
store and rented cabin, ohly
$94,990. Call/email for pics:
owner@newbranch.com 919-693-
8984

NORTH CAROLINA LAND 92.7
Acres Wilkes County. 25 acres
cleared & fenced. Close to
Wilkesboro. Bold stream runs
through property. $650,000.
Forestland Consultants 1-336-667-
4424
www.forestlandconsultants.com

OWNER FINANCE
1981 Fiesta 24X52 3/2 MH. Approx.
6 acres. Corner 136th & 80th Terrace
in Live Oak. $85K. 386-867-0048.


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for the living room. Best of all. you can shop the
Classifieds anytime, anywhere, no computer
required. Pick up your copy today!



Classified Marketplace

386-362-1734 or 800-525-4182


$170,000 for this beautiful turn of the century home. Mostly renovated, but still enough left for you to
ad your own touches! Elec., plumb. siding, windows all done in the last 5 years. Owner offers a $10,000
incentive to buyer! MLS # 50752

$725,000 63 + acre farm. Beautiful rolling pastures, fenced / cross fenced. Ready for your horses or
cattle several barns, a fish pond, many fruit trees. MLS # 50474

3 1 acre lots in Savannah Plantations 2 @ $74,900 1 @ $84,900. Beautiful homes being built in this
development. Paved roads, just minutes from town, shopping & schools. Take a bike ride or a stroll down
to the pond in the eve. MLS # 52262, 51993 & 51848

$59,900 for this 5 acre tract. Just minutes from town this property is ready for you to come and call it
your new home! Won't last long at this price! MLS # 52109

.92 acre in Suwannee River Bend, just $53,000. Beautiful view of the historical Suwannee. River. Make
this your vacation home site or come to live year round! MLS # 52260 .


Contact: Lori Alban


(386) 208-4446

lalbanl @alltel.net
263988-F I


For Sale By Owner
20 Acres of prime land with pasture and
hard woods, 3/2 DWMH with all kinds of
extras professionally and legally installed.
Location is 1 mile south from Publix.
Must be seen to appreciate. $329,000 or
House with 10 Acres $229,00


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OHIO COUNTRY ACREAGE 5
Acres, Part Open, Part Wooded,
Excellent building site, Gorgeous
Views EZ Access, 3 min to River
$19,500 MConnelsville Area.
Owner Financing 740-489-9146
ONE HUNDRED & FIFTY ACRES
Approx. 7 mi. SW of Live Oak, FL
with 4/2 older home. Planted in 13 &
7 yr old pines. $8,699. per ac. Call
386-362-1143.
SUWANNEE COUNTY
Beautiful, new subdivision on C R
349. 1 mi. S. of C R 252, right on
160th Trace. 5 & 7 acre lots starting
at $89,000.00. Owner financing.
Call 1-866-386-2376..
www.bullardpropertv.com
TENNESSEE ACREAGE 5 Acres,
Excellent Mountain Top Building Site
w/Woods, and River Access. (Mid
Tenn. Mountain Area) $29,900
Owner Financing 772-263-3775 or
1-800-763-0085. Ask About our
Mini Vacation.
TN LAKEFRONT PROPERTY
Waterfront, view & estate homesites.
1 to 40 acres from the $40s. On
45,000 acre Lake Barkley. 90 min to
Nashville. 866-295-7049

Residential Wanted
ANGELO BUYS HOUSES Cash
any condition. Handyman, fire,
distressed, vacant, occupied.
Anywhere in FL! Apts. / Comm.,
residential. No deal too big/small,
Quick closing. 1-800-SELL-181; 1-
954-816-4363


WANTED: 20 HOMES To Show
Off Our New Lifetime Exterior Paint.
Call Now to See if Your Home
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EMPLOYMENT

Help Wanted
AIRLINE MECHANIC Rapid
training for high paying Aviation
Career. FAA predicts severe
shortage. Financial aid if qualify.
Job placement assistance. Call AIM
1-888-349-5387.
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR
OF NURSING NEEDED

*Strong clinical background req'd
*Supervisory experience preferred
*Must be Florida Licensed
Registered Nurse

Contact: Amelia Tomplins, DON, or
Angela Akins, Staff Development at
Suwannee Health Care Center
1620 E. Helvenston Street, Live
Oak, FL 32064 (386) 362-7860

MASSAGE THERAPIST
needed for busy Chiropractic
office. Please fax resume to:
(386) 755-4556.


Auctions

Executive Estate Auction on the St. John's River Mort-
gage Foreclosure 4BR/4.5BA Home On 2 ac Boat house
withdockMay13 1 lpm in Mandarin, FL iwhillauctions.com:
call 888-821-0894 AB2083

715 ACRES overlooking Lake Guntersville, AL. Sub-
divided into 28 tracts, offered separately & as a whole.
Absolute Auction. May 20. Furrow Auction Co., 1-800-
4FURROW, wwwfurnow.com. AL Lic. #0872.

Estate Auction, 173+/- acres-divided; Homesites, river
frontage, timber cruise. Colquitt County, GA. Saturday,
May 20, 10:00 a.m. 10% buyer's premium. Rowell Auc-
tions, Inc. (800)323-8388 www.rowellauctions.com GAL
AU-C002594.

AUCTION WATERFRONT 4BR / 3 1/2 BA Innerarity
Island home near Pensacola, Orange Beach pool, private
beach, pier overlooking Perdido Bay. May 23, 6p.m. Bro-
chures, virtual tour gtauetions.com. (800)996-2877 Granger,
Thagard & Associates, Inc. G.W. Thagard BK3009116,
AU2846.


Automotive


$500 Police Impounds, Cars from S500! Tax Repos, US
Marshal and IRS sales! Cars, Trucks, SUV's, Toyota's,
Honda's, Chevy's and more! For listings Call (800)425-
1730 cxt.2384.

Building Materials

METAL ROOFING SAVE $$$ Buy Direct From Manu-
facturer. 20 colors in stock with all Accessories. Quick turn
around! Delivery Available Toll Free (888)393-0335.

Business Opportunities

ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE Do you camrn $800/day? 30
Machines, Free Candy All for $9,995. (888)629-9968
BO2000033. CALL US: We will not be undersold!

THOUSANDS OF BUSINESSES For Sale By Owners
Nationwide. Preview Business For Free! Interested In
BuyingOrSellingA Business Call: GW Merger-(877)217-
8231 Or Visit www.gwmerg r.com.

Educational Services

Teachers Wanted! Over 50 South Carolina school districts
interviewing at the annual SC EXPO for Teacher Recruit-
ment in Columbia, SC, June 12. FREE registration online
at: www.ccrra.ort. Statewide online teaching application
available at: www.winthrop.cdu/scteach.

HelpWanted

THERAPISTS WANTED- LICENSED SLPS in Mi-
ani-Dadc and Broward counties. Bilingual a plus. Perdiem
& F/T. Bilinguals Inc. Child & Parent Services, (866)696-
0999 x122 www.bilingualsinc.com.

Drivers CDL A "Honey I'm Home...Every Weekend!"
Great Pay & Benefits! Special Orientation Pay for Exp.
Drivers! Paid Training for School Grads! Cypress Truck
Lines, Inc. www vcypresstruck.com (888)808-5846.

AMERICA'S DRIVING ACADEMY Stari yourdriving
career! Offering courses in CDL A. One tuition fee! Many
payment options! No registration fee! (888)808-5947
inftb@americasdrivingacademny.com.

DRIVERS $1500.00 bonus every 6 months. OTR,
Excellent hoim time, New Equipment, I year Experience
Class A with tank & hazmat. Call (877)882-6537.
www.oaklcvtransport.com.

Driver-HIRING QUALIFIED DRIVERS tor Central
Florida Local & National OTR positions. Food grade
tanker, no hazmat, no pumps, great benefits, competitive
pay&newequipment. Need 2 yearsexperience. Call Bynurn
Transport for your opportunity today. (800)741-7950.

E-Z! CASH! $500-$4,000 per week and more! Simply
returning phone calls part time from home. No Selling. Not
a Job, Not MLM. (888)248-4544.

NOW HIRING FOR 21)06 POSTAL .JOBS SI 8/hour
Starting, Avg. Pay $57K/yecar Federl clnefits, Paid
Tratinig aind Vacatio.s No sxpcrience Needed! (811)58,1-
1775 l'efflP4901


First Day

CDL Drivers needed for local and
regional positions. A minimum of 2
years experience required. Drivers
home every weekend, avg. salary
$45-$50K per year. Also seeking a
full time mechanic and Owner
Operators. (386) 364-3250.

CHARGE NURSE
Week day position 9 to 6. Some
flexibility allowed/needed in hours.
Person must be detail oriented,
extremely good organizer, efficient,
good communicator, and be a
facilitator. Rounds with physicians,
and follow up to lab, x-ray, consultant
reports, etc. Assist with nursing
administrative functions. General
supervision of nursing care duties.
Prefer RN with excellent knowledge
of SNF rules and regulations. LPN
with track record of required
characteristics may substitute high
experience and knowledge level
within SNF setting for RN degree
requirement. Small, modern skilled
nursing facility with excellent survey
and customer satisfaction history.
Only people committed to providing
excellent services need, apply.
Contact Lyn Shine, Lafayette health
Care Center, 512 W. Main St., Mayo,
FL. 386-294-3300.
CLASS A CDL OTR DRIVERS
needed, two (2) years experience
required. Health insurance,
retirement, & paid vacation.
Drug Free WorkPlace.
Call (386) 294-3411.


JOUNALISTS WANTED. Immediate openings Dothani
Eagle: Copy Editor, Reporter. Graphics Reporter/Artist. En-
terprise Ledger: Managing Editor, News Clerk. Jackson County
Floridian: Managing Editor. Page Designer, News Clerk.
Call Louise Thomas (334)712-7924.

Skilled Trades/Crafts

Job Crafters, Inc. NOW HIRING!!! First Class Ship-
yard Trades: Pipe Fitters, Structural Fitters. Structural
Welders. Work in FL, AL Over Time + Per Diem UP TO
S23./hour. Toll-Free: (800)371-7504 Phone: (251)433-
1270 Fax: (251)433-0018.

Hunting

HUNT ELK, Red Stag, Buffalo, Whitetail, Fallow-
Guaranteed hunting license $5.00; Season 8/25/06-3/31/
07. We have a No-Game-No Pay policy. Book now! Days
(314)209-9800; Evenings (314)293-0610. Free Video and
Brochure.

Instruction

HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR TRAINING FOR
EMPLOYMENT: Bulldozers, Backhoes, Loaders, Dump
Trucks, Graders, Scrapers, Excavators; National Certifica-
tion, Job Placement Assistance; Associated Training Ser-
vices (800)251-3274 www.atsn-schools.conm.

Land For Sale

PRIME ACREAGE AUCTION 1 I AM SAT., MAY 20
ARCADIA, FL. 1066 Ac+/- Offered in 18 Parcels 27+/-ito
118+/- Acres. Located in Desoto County Close to SR 70
& US 17. Preview onsite, Friday May 12, 2PM 6PM.
(800)257-4161 M.E. Higgenbotham, CAI FLLic#AU305/
ABI58.

Legal Services

DIVORCE$275-$35(0tCOVERS children, etc. Only one
signature required! *Excludes govt. fecsl Call weekdays
(800)462-2000, ext.600. (8am-7pm) Alta Divorce, LLC.
Established 1977.

INJURED! ACCIDENT! PERSONAL INJURY
I HURT.. NEGLIGENCE WRONGFUL DEATI 1 Call now
24 hrs A-A-A ATTORNEY Referral Service (800)733-
5342. Slecak to a lawyer now! Protect your Rights. No Fee.
An accident is a Serious Matter.


Medical Supplies


FREE DIABETIC SUPPLIES! MEDICARE PA-
TIENTS! Call Us Toll Free (866)294-3476 and receive a
FREE METER! Am-Med Quality Diabetic Supplies.

Miscellaneous

ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from home. *Medical,
*Business, *Paralegal, *Computers*Criminal Justice. Job
placement assistance. Computer provided. Financial Aid if
qualified. Call (866)858-2121
www.OnlincTidcwaterTecih.com.

WOLFF TANNING BEDS Buy Direct and Save! Full
Body units from $22 a month! FREE Color Catalog CALL
TODAY! (800)842-1305 www.nol.ctstan.com.

Real Estate

MURPHY, NORTH CAROLINA AAH COO. SUM-
MERS MILt3 WINTRIS Aordable I tomes & Mountain
Cabins, iLand CA( FI FfRE I1 C O IBROC IJRIEI (877)837-
2288 IFXIT REALTY MOUNTAIN VIEW IPROPlR-
TIES 3yww.c intautchy.x&mO .

North Ca(roulna (inled I akel'rol Co (onllulllity 1.5 a ccs
p]LiS, 90 milecs oFshotislte. Never helbreiifercd with 21'V,,
pic-development discounts, 901, financing. ('all (81100)70119-
5253.

IakcrInt and Lankeview Properties Nslled inl tie hills
ofTennessee on the slitics of ristine Noit is I ake. (all
Lakeside Really at (423)626-5820 Or visit
www. lakesiereally-ti icom.
WVatitrm irotnt IantI Saiec 3 Actes luochktilc i/Walerolt
'ropeity Itilil IUp to 3 hlies O)nly $991,t)00! Ask About
Oul Inveslto Pkg.7 Waerlloni .olts I'o, I )lnly$79.9001! C'ill
toll-lice(l 86)770-5263 x-H


First Day

CLASS A DRIVERS

A-Truckline, located in Branford, FL,
is seeking Class A Drivers. Come
join a very busy team, operating top
of the line company owned
equipment. Our drivers are home
every night, earn very competitive
pay, paid vacation and benefit
package. Only drivers with a clean
MVR need apply. Call us or stop by
to get your application. A-Truckline,
4779 US Hwy 27, Branford, Florida
32008. 386-935-3463.
First Day

CNAs
SUWANNEE MEDICAL PERSONNEL
is now accepting applications for
experienced, motivated CNAs, for
the Live Oak and Lake City (FL)
area. Please call Beth @ (386) 755-
1544.

First Day

OFFICE HELP
Florida Cash Advance is looking for
2 Part Time Tellers. The schedule
in Live Oak: every Wed., &
alternate Sat., in Jasper: every
Mon. & alternate Tues. Excellent
salary and working conditions for
those with office, computer, phone
and strong customer service skills.
Must be dependable, trustworthy
and bondable. For personal
interview call our Live Oak office
(386) 362-5211 or o ur Jasper office
(386) 792-1600.


COASTAL GEORGIA. Land tfor sale by owner Private
ol'f community designed by Fred Couples Da IS Love.
MarinaTennis/Pool/Fitnesi. Jcckvll St Simons Island
$1I 19.900 Call (315)529-1277.

BEAUTIFUL TEXAS LAND! 20 Acres. Only 8 Miles
Eastol'Pecosaind 3 MilesNorth ofl-20. Roads, References.
Surveyed. $13.500. $0S Down-$135. Per Month. No Credit
Check! (800)482-9259. Hurry! Limited Quantity.
www. loncstarinvcstmients.comi

BANK FORECLOSURES! Homes from 510,000! 1-3
bedroom available! HUD. Repos. REO. etc. These homes
must sell! For listings call (800)425-1620 ext.4237.

Palm Coast Real Estate: Lots/Land. S15K-up. New
Homes. S240K-up. Condos, S350-up. HARRIS REALTY-
(386)586-0703. Weoffera 1% buyer rebate incentive.

TN- Swan Ridge Lake Resort on Dale Hollow Lake, a
private, gated community. Enjoy the best ofboth worlds...
Lake-View and Mountain-View Honesites. (931)243-4871
www.swanridtedcvelonnient .corn.

ASHEVILLE, NC AREA HOMESITES Sneak preview
of Phase II on now. Just 25 miles from Asheville. Over 4
miles ofecrystal clear riverfront. Incredible mountain views.
Riverwalk. custom lodge, nature trails. Call (866)292-
5762.

NEW! ALABAMA WATERFRONT 2 hours to Atlanta
& the Coast. Watcrtrolnt community wviltl incredible inoss-
draped hardwoods. Planned clubhouse, docks, & more.
1/2 to 3 acres from the $50's. Minutes to historic Etitaula.
Call owner (866)882-1107.

TENNESSEE/KENTUCKY LAKEFRONT Private
lakefront or view retreats. Rolling hills, mild climate. I to
over 40 acre sites from $40K, On the border 90 mrin to
Nashville. Phase 11 selling now! Owner (866)339-4966.

TN Mountain Acreageic Lakeside I1/2 to 5 acre hotiesites
nestled around a scenic lake. Diirect hike access, boat intin
pavilion aind more. Gated. near Chattanooga. Ready loi your
mountain dream home! Call (866)292-576,9.

VA MOUNTAINS 5 acres with frontage on very large
pristine creek, very private, excellent fishing, canoeing,
good access, near New River Trail State Park. $39,500.
Owner (866)789-8535 ww.m kountiiin solI/VA. com.

New, Pre-Construection GolfCoiiminmunity-Coastal Geor-
gia. Large lots w/ dccpwater, marsh, golfl' nature views.
Gated, Golf, Fitness Center. Tennis, Trails, Oak Park,
Docks. $70K's-S300K. (877)266-7376.
www. coopersnoitt ,cm,

Owner's Liquidation Sale by Scaled Bid New homes and
acreage homesites in the Blue Ridge Mountains ofVA. Sold
"AS IS", 30-day close. Restrictive Covenant Community.
Deadline May 27th. For details (800)420-2278 or visit
www.Stoncridechbcntmtn.corn.

Western New Mexico Private 74 Acre Ranch S 129,990 Mt.
views, trees, rolling hills, pastureland, wildlife, borders
BLM. Picturesque homesitceat 6,700'clevation. Horseback
riding, hiking, hunting. Perfect family ranch, electricity.
100% financing. NALC (866)365-2825.

Fl. LAND BARGAINS. Opportunittis to own your own
fainm, ranclih woodilaid or latkef'iont tihomestead. Old FIorida
at its best! Still affordable! Call (866)352-2249 or
www tllandbamrains.comn.

Steel Buildings

AL. STEEL BUILD)ING SALE"! "'l'us lice lmloius!"
20x32 Now $4100. 25x42 $6200 30,52 $9l800. 1ts82
$18,.400. Many sics ,arid milcis l:luds/accesso ics oip-
tional. PIonc. c (800)668-5422.






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Week of May 8, 2006

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First Day

COMMERCIAL TRUCK
DRIVER I

The Suwannee County Public
Works Department is currently
recruiting for the position of
Commercial Truck Driver I. This is
semi-skilled work in the operation
of 10-wheel dump trucks, refuse
trucks, knuckle boom trucks and
other equipment as required.
Requires decisions relative to the
application of various established
rules and procedures, which may
affect quality, accuracy, and safety.
Minimum qualifications require
education equivalent to partial high
school education plus one year
experience in the operation of large
commercial trucks related to the
position; or, an equivalent
combination of training and
experience. Must possess a valid
CDL Class "A" or Class "B" license,
and have a clean record. Entry rate
is $8.10 per hour. Interested
applicants must submit a County
application and a copy of valid
Florida Driver's License to the
Administrative Services
Department, 224 Pine Avenue,
Live Oak, FL 32060, (386) 362-
6869, no later than 5:00 p.m. on
May 17, 2006. All applicants
subject to drug testing and pre-
employment physical. EEO/AA/V/D

First Day

DENTAL HYGIENIST NEEDED
for Live Oak, FL dental office.
Call 386-362-1646.


First Day

driver- dedicated regional
GUARANTEED
HOME EVERY WEEKEND
Average $825-$1025/week
65% preloaded/ pretarped
Jacksonville, FL Terminal
CDL-A required 877-428-5627
www.ctdrivers.com
Driver/Laborer
Waste Management, Inc.
Lake City/Gainesville
Has an immediate opening for a
hard working, flexible individual to
fill the position of Driver/Laborer
for Lake City and Gainesville. This
position requires a minimum Class
B CDL with air brake endorsement.
Waste Management offers a full
benefits package including health
insurance and 401-K plan. If you feel
you meet the requirements, please
apply by phone
1-877-220-JOBS (5627)
or online at
WWW.WMCAREERS.COM
EOE/ADA/DFWP
DRIVERS LCT WANTS YOU!
OTR drivers, solos or teams. 3
months experience & CDL-A / HAZ
required. Full benefits package.
2003-2005 Equipment. Call 1-800-
362-0159 LCTransportation.com
Drivers
TIRED OF LONG HAUL AND
NO HOME TIME?
We need Company Drivers and
Owner Operators. Seeking "Old
School Drivers": DOT Cert, Good
MVR. Good Pay. Home Weekends-
Some Weekdays. Run
Charlotte/Tampa. Call 800-585-4400
or 912-379-0960.


ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES
DIRECTOR NEEDED

FT/Benefits/401-K-At least 2 years
experience in
Housekeeping/Laundry
supervisory experience a must.
Please call Brenda Lacy at 386-
362-7860, or apply in person at:
Suwannee Health Care Center
1620 E. Helvenston Street
Live Oak, FL 32064

First Day

JUVENILE PROBATION OFFICER
Full-time Non-Career Servic position
with the Dept. of Juvenile Justice
working with delinquent youth that
are processed thru the Judicial
System. A four year college degree
and a cleared background screening
check is required. Applicants must
have reliable transportation and the
flexibility to work in either Suwannee
or Columbia Counties. Mail State of
Florida application to Tom Witt, 690
E. Duval St., Lake City, FL 32055 fax:
386-758-1532.


SFirst Day

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
North Florida Workforce
Development Board
Madison, FL

The North Florida Workforce
Development Board is seeking a
dynamic, results-oriented individual
with pioneering approaches -to
workforce development. You will
work with top business, community,
and government leaders. With a
wide variety of responsibilities, you
will focus on the strategic planning
process with the Board of Directors
that result in creating services,
delivering value and improving
workforce skills. The salary range
is $49,000-$56,000 depending on
experience & qualifications.

To ensure consideration, resumes
and employment applications
should be received at the North
Florida Workforce Development
Board office, attention: William W.
Howard, Interim Executive Director
at P.O. Box 267, Madison, FL
32341-0267 or at 309 S.W. Range
Avenue, Madison, FL 32340 by
COB on May 26, 2006. Please call
Mr. Howard at 850-973-2672 or toll
free at 866-212-9618 to receive an
application by return mail.
Drug Free Workplace
Equal Access/Equal Opportunity

First Day

FIREFIGHTER
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
CITY OF LIVE OAK, FL

DUTIES: Performs fire fighting and
EMT rescue activities; operates
and maintains fire equipment;
performs inspections and
recommends fire prevention
measures; and administers first
aid.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
Graduation from a standard high
school and must possess fire
fighter certification as required by
Florida Statutes. Applicant must
meet required health and physical
standards and possess a valid
Florida Driver License.

The applicant must possess a
certificate of compliance by the
Fire Fighters Standards and
Training Council in accordance with
Chapter 633.34 and 633.35 Florida
Statutes.

STARTING SALARY: $24,000.00

APPLICATION DEADLINE:
Application must be submitted to
the office of the Fire Chief, 200
East Duval Street, Live Oak,
Florida 32064. Applications will be
accepted until positions are filled.

DRUG FREE WORK PLACE:
Successful applicant will be subject
to the Drug Free Workplace Policy.

A FAIR HOUSING/EQUAL
OPPORTUNITY
EMPLOYER/DRUG FREE
WORKPLACE/HANDICAP
ACCESSIBLE JURISDICTION

FOREMAN, PLUMBERS
& HELPERS
Piece work options. Top pay &
benefits. Women & minorities
encouraged to apply. Will train right
people. Call 386-423-5800 or 407-
467-5027. (Live Oak, FL)
First Day

FOREMEN
to lead utility field crews. Outdoor
physical work, many entry-level
position,. $14/hr while training ,
$17/hr plus bonuses after promotion,
company truck and benefits. Must
have good driving record, strong
leadership skills and be able to travel
in Georgia and SE States. For
information and an application call 1-
877-676-6731.
www.OsmoseUtilities.com
EOE M/F/D/V
GENERAL FARM WORKER
Detailing, trimming trees, etc.
Dependable, punctual.
Call 386-963-5438.
Maintenance
HELP WANTED maintenance man
with knowledge of plumbing, electric
and carpentry. Tools required.
Transportation a must. Drug free
workplace. Call (386) 330-2567


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" Decks
" Roofing
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First Day
GRAPHIC PRODUCTION
ARTIST
Immediate opening for experienced
Graphic Production Artist for printing
company in Madison, Florida.
Knowledge of InDesign, Photoshop
and Illustrator required. Metal and
plastic plate developing helpful. Call
850-973-2633 or e-mail resume to:
jimbobprinting @ digitalexp.com
First Day
JOB OPENINGS
High school diploma grads ages 17-
34. No experience necessary, paid
relocation. Will train in electronics,
aviation, mechanics and other fields.
Call 1-800-342-8123 (FL) or 1-800-
843-2189 (GA/SC)

Manager Positions







Successful and Growing local Fast
Food establishment is seeking
experienced management candidates
for all Assistant and Shift Manager
positions. Competitive wage+bonus
and benefit package. For immediate
consideration, apply online at
www.teawmomex.com or apply in
person at 6804 US Hwy 129 N., Live
Oak, FL.

First Day
MDS/PPS COORDINATOR
Must be RN with MDS experience
preferred, Full Time with
Benefits/401-K. Please call Amelia
Tompkins, Brenda Lacy or Angela
Akins at 386-362-7860 or apply in
person at Suwannee Health Care
Center, 1620 E. Helvenston St.,
Live Oak, FL 32064. EOE/D/V/M/F
Mechanic
MUSGROVE CONSTRUCTION
has an immediate opening for an
experienced mechanic. Must have
own hand tools. Hydraulic exp. a
plus. Apply in person: Hwy 90 E. in
Live Oak, FL. Drug Free WVorkplace
First Day
MECHANICS
If you are interested in promising
career, benefits and competitive
wages and have mechanical skills in
industrial or refrigeration
maintenance, Smithfield Packing
Plant in Madison is looking for
mechanics. Experience preferred.
Fax resume to 850-973-1877 or mail
to 294 SW Harvey Greene Dr.,
Madison Fl. 32340
AA/EOE/M/F/D/V
TILE & MARBLE
Well established company looking
For the right employee!!
Installer/Assistant
Must have experience
Must be able to lift 701lbs.
Reliable transportation
Smoke free environment
Please call 386-755-1991 for appt.
Drug screen/Backgrd req.
First Day
PREP COOKS & DISHWASHERS
wanted. Some experience required
for cook positions. Part-time
positions. Serious applicants only,
apply in person at Camp Weed and
the Cerveny Conference Center,
11057 Camp Weed PI., Live Oak, FL
32060


Legislation to combat insurance fraud passed


Legislators are being
praised for tightening.the
grip on fraud artists who
steal from Florida's hard-
working families by stag-
ing or fabricating auto
crashes and making
fraudulent auto insur-
ance claims.
"I applaud Sen. J.D.
Alexander and Rep.
David Rivera for promot-
ing legislation to further
cut off fraud artists who
seek to profit from
scams." said Florida's
chief financial office Tom
Gallagher, who oversees
the Department of Finan-
cial Services which in-
cludes the Division of In-
surance Fraud (DIF).
"Tougher laws strength-
en our ability to put scam
artists behind bars and
help us put the brakes on
this costly crime."
Florida law requires
drivers to carry a mini-
mum of $10,000 in Per-
sonal Injury Protection
(or PIP) coverage and
$10,000 in property-dam-
age liability coverage.
Many auto insurance
fraud cases involve un-


scrupulous lawyers, doc-
tors and clinic owners
who illegally bill for ser-
vices covered by PIP,
which provides coverage
for medical bills from an
auto accident, regardless:
of who is at fault.
Auto insurance fraud
has been estimated to
cost the average Florida
family as much as $250 a
year, but tough legisla-
tion passed in 2001 and
2003 in tandem with in-
creased arrests and pros-
ecutions have led to low-
er premiums in recent
years.
"This legislation en-
,uires those who partici-
pate in auto insurance
fraud pay for their
crimes," said Sen.
Alexander.. "We have
driven rates down with
tough action, and this
legislation will help us
build on that success."
Rep. Rivera said the
legislation also will help
fight insurance fraud by
providing for a forfeiture
fund to help finance on-
going investigations into
PIP fraud.


"The work being done
by the Division of Insur-
ance Fraud and law en-
forcement agencies
around the state to com-
bat insurance fraud is
commendable," Riirera
said. "As a result of ag-
gressive investigations
and prosecutions, auto
insurance premiums are
decreasing arid that's
good news for Florida's
families."
Senate Bill 1596, spon-
sored by Alexander, and
House Bill 561, spon-
sored by Rivera, enhance
penalties for the newest
twists on auto insurance
fihad phantomm" and
"paper" auto accidents
that never actually occur
- making either a second-
degree felony punishable
by a two-year minimum
mandatory prison sen-
tence. This corresponds
with a 2003 law that es-
tablished a two-year
minimum sentence for
anyone organizing or
participating in an actual.
staged auto crash.
The legislation will
also:


* Make it a third-degree
felony for any service
provider, such as a clinic
or body shop, to waive
insurance deductibles as
a general business prac-
tice. Waiving de-
ductibles makes it easier
for individuals to profit
from insurance fraud
schemes.
* Require medical clinics
to post the state's Fraud
Fighters reward program
hotline and reward pro-
gram information.
The legislation also
provides for, revocation
of the driver's license of
anyone convicted of auto
insurance fraud.
As another important
new weapon in the fight
against fraud, the legisla-
tion revises the patient-
brokering statute clarify-
ing that kickbacks for pa-
tient referrals are illegal
whether the patient is be-
ing referred to or from a
medical clinic, and that
patients themselves may
be punished for soliciting
kickbacks for their coop-
eration in fraudulent
billing schemes against


the insurer. Further, the
definitions of "health-
care provider" and
"health-care facility" are
clarified so that all
providers and medical
clinics licensed in Florida
fall under the patient-
brokering statute.
Gallagher also success-
fully advocated for hir-
ing at least three more
dedicated prosecutors to
be located, throughout
the state, joining two in
Miami-Dade County.
The first dedicated prose-
cutor, who served alone
for nearly two years, is
credited with more than
a 20-percent increase in
PIP fraud convictions
and an 85-percent in-
crease in jail time.
Gallagher has overseen
DIF for the, past five
years, during which time
the department has
made more than 3,200 in-
surance fraud arrests in-
cluding more than 1,000
PIP fraud arrests. The di-
vision has consistently
led the nation's insur-
ance fraud bureaus in ar-
rests and convictions.


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The Trial Court Administrator (TCA)
is an executive management
position responsible for the
administration of trial court
operations, programs, and services
including financial and budget
services, strategic and operational
planning, information technology
and communications, security,
personnel, facilities, capital
projects, and public relations/public
information. Graduation from an
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administration, court
administration, government
administration, or in a position of
executive leadership, three years of
which were in a supervisory
position. Must have knowledge of
operations and procedures of the
State Courts System: knowledge of
state and local government budget
processes desirable. For further
information, visit www.flcourts.org.
Must submit by May 22, 2006.
Submit resume w/State of Florida
application to: Julian E. Collins,
Chief Judge, Third Judicial Circuit,
P.O. Box 2077, Lake City, FL 32056
ADA Compllant/EOE

MH serv/repair
WAYNE FRIER
CORPORATE OFFICE
is now hiring for Mobile Home
Service and Used Home Repair
Position. Experience required. Call
Larry J. Olds for interview 386-362-
2720.


PTA
Healthcore Physical Therapy is
looking for a hard-working PTA that
is able to get things done, likes
helping people and is happiest when
doing so. Friendly work environment.
Call 386-754-3098 or fax resume to
386-754-9059. Inquiries confidential.

WANTED: REAL ESTATE
APPRAISER-LICENSEDI Multi-
state appraisal company seeking
Licensed Real Estate Appraisers.
Strong report writing/analysis with
Excellent work ethic! Employee
positions w/benefits. Send resume:
E-fax 1-877-868-1677
First Day
TEMPORARY ROAD
MAINTENANCE WORKER I
(READVERTISEMENT)
PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT
The Suwannee County Public
Works Department is currently
recruiting for a temporary Road
Maintenance Worker I position.
Responsibilities include but are not
limited to performing manual
and/or semi-skilled labor as
directed by supervisor. May
perform minor repairs/adjustments
or maintenance on equipment.
Qualifications include one year of
manual labor experience and
education equivalent to a partial
high school education. Must
possess a valid Florida Drivers
License. Rate of pay is $7.29 per
hour.
Interested applicants are required
to submit a County application to
the Administrative Services
Department, 224 Pine Avenue,
Live Oak, Florida 32064, (386)
362-6869 no later than 5:00 p.m.
May 19, 2006. All applicants are
subject to a pre-employment
physical and drug test.
EEO/AA/V/D
Want To Work in N. Florida?
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Live Oak, Suwannee County, FL
Due to growth we have new
employment opportunities in our
modern poultry operations.
*Examples of available jobs:
Deboner: $9.26
Packers: $8.71
Warehouse: $9.06
Night Sanitation: $9.06
Live Hangers: $11.20
Maintenance: $9.20-$14.00
*Includes Perfect Attendance
Bonus of $.951hour
Successful candidates must be
able to perform the essential
functions of the job with or without
accommodations, and be legally
authorized to work. Will train.
Overtime work available daily and
weekend. Medical and life
insurance, dental, vision and
prescription drug programs, paid
vacations, paid holidays, credit
union and more.
Apply Now!!!
Gold Kist Inc.
19740 US Hwy 90W.
Live Oak, Florida 32060
English 386-208-0205
Espanol 386-208-0190
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
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APPLICATIONS also ACCEPTED
Employment CONNECTIONS
LOCATIONS:
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Live Oak, FL Madison, FL


Autos for Sale


BUICK Century 1990-As is, good
parts car. May need small engine
work. $300.00. Call 386-330-2051.

HONDA Accord 2003-loaded, cold
air. ASK FOR THE REAL-
GUARANTEED CREDIT
APPROVAL-Call local-386-867-3085.

First Day
MERCURY Grand Marquis 1992-AII
power, AC. 40,000 miles. Asking
$3500.00. Call 386-362-3251 or 386-
209-0634 (cell).

Trucks for Sale

FORD F-150 2001 nice, cold air.
ASK FOR THE REAL-
GUARANTEED CREDIT
APPROVAL-Call local-386-867-3085.

First Day
FORD F150 XLT, 1996-Eddie Bauer,
Super Cab, 4WD. New brakes &
tires, tow pkg, body lift, PW, PL. Exc.
Cond. 108K mi. $7,800.00 OBO. 386-
208-1210 Day, 386-658-2433 Eve.

TOYOTA Tacoma 2003 Double Cab,
nice, cold air-ASK FOR THE REAL-
GUARANTEED CREDIT
APPROVAL-Call local 386-867-3085.

Vans for Sale

CHEVY Astro Van, 2000. 116K mi.,
front/rear air works. $6,000.00 firm.
Call 386-832-6060.

CHEVY Lumina Van 1995 excellent
transportation, mechanically re-done.
Looks great! $2,500. OBO 386-590-
6305

DODGE Ram Conversion Van
1999- 106K mi. $7,000.00. Excellent
condition. DODGE Caravan 1989-V-
6, 139K mi. New tires & brakes. Pwr
windows & seats $2500.00. 386-208-
0650.



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"11-03-10-0000-0000-00200 1 $1,280.24"
ALC INVESTMENTS INC AND
0500.00 ACRES
NW1/4; W1/2 OF NE1/4; SE1/4 OF
NE1/4; N1/2 OF SE1/4;-SW1/4 OF
SW1/4; N1/2 OF SW1/4; N1/2 OF SE1/4
"OF SW1/4. OR BK 68 P. 579-584, OR "
BK 142 P. 94-103; OR BK 211 P. 245-
248. TOGETHER WITH & SUBJECT TO
EASEMENTS; OR BK 221 P. 126-129; OR
BK 221 P. 138-140.

11-03-10-0000-0000-00301 HX 2 $431.63
PEPERA THOMAS W & CARISSA M
0001.25 ACRES
"COM. AT NE COR. OF SE1/4.OF SE1/4, "
"TH. W. 210 FT., S. 210 FT., TH. E. "
180 FT.;TH. RUN S. PARALLEL TO
E. LINE OF SAID SE1/4 OF SE1/4 TO
A POINT ON THE W'LY RIGHT OF WAY -
LINE OF SR 53; TH. RUN NE'LY ALONG
"W'LY RIGHT OF WAY OF SR 53, TO "
ITS INTERSECTION WITH THE E. LINE
OF SAID SE1/4 OF SE1/4; TH. RUN
N. ALONG SAID E. LINE TO CLOSE ON
P.O.B. OR BK 23 P. 229; OR BK
27 P. 235; OR BK 172 P. 375-376.

13-03-10-0097-0020-00030, 6 $418.75
CARUSO STACEY A
0005.04 ACRES
"LOT 3, OAKLAND #2 SUBDIVISION, PB "
*A P. 147 & 148, PUBLIC RECORDS,
"LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK 162 P. "
399

13-03-10-0097-0020-00100 HX 7 $389.73
SUBER EARL F III
0005:02 ACRES
"LOT 10, OAKLAND #2 SUBDIVISION, PB "
"A P 147 & 148, PUBLIC RECORDS,
"LAFAYETTE CO., FL OR BK 162 P. "
411; OR BK 206 P. 390-391.
......................................
14-03-10-0101-0000-00020 8 $416.96
ALC INVESTMENTS INC
0005.00 ACRES
"LOT 2, DEER RUN SUBDIVISION, PB A P"
"153, PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE "
"CO., FL. OR BK 218 P.344.

14-03-10-0101-0000-00090 9 $418.56
LAYTON COLLEEN
0005.02 ACRES
"LOT 9, DEER RUN SUBDIVISION, PB A "
"P. 153, PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE "
"CO., FL. OR BK 218 P.401.
... ...... .-------------------------- -.
14-03-10-0101-0000-00140 10 $416.96
ALC INVESTMENTS INC
0005.00 ACRES
"LOT 14, DEER RUN SUBDIVISION, PB A "
"P 153, PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE
"CO., FL. OR BK 218 P.421.
-.------ -.-- ------ -.------.. ----- T'---
15-03-10-0000-0000-00100 11 $139.89
ADIRONDACK TIMBER CO INC I*
0060.00 ACRES
S SE1/4 OF SE1/4; E1/2 OF SW1/4
"OF SE1/4. OR BK 68, P. 579-84; OR "
BK 152 P.'319-321.
--- --- --------------------------
24-03-10-0000-0000-00700 HX 19 $359.00
FLOWERS LARRY D & TAMMY S
0003.50 ACRES
COMM. AT SE CORN. OF 24-03-10; TH.
"N.00*13'29""W. ALONG E. LINE OF SAID"
"SECTION, 180 FT.; TH. S.89*37'56""W."
"873.01 FT.;TH. S.00*11'57""E. 180
FT. TO S. LINE OF SAID SECTION; TH.
"N.89*37'56""E., ALONG SAID SOUTH "-
LINE 873.09 FT. BACK TO RO.B. OR
"BK 27 P. 89, OR BK 83 P. 797.

24-03-10-0000-0000-00803 20 $807.38
SUMMIT PROPERTIES
0001.00 ACRES .......
"COM. AT NW COR. OF SE1/4 OF SW1/4,"
"24-03-10;TH. RUN N.89*59'51""E. ",
.ALONG N. BDY OF SAID SE1/4 OF SWI/4
315 FT. TOP.O.B.; TH. CONT. N.89*
"59'51 ""E. 207.43 FT.; TH. S.00*08' "
"29""W. PARALLEL WITH W. BDY. OF
"SE1/4 OF SWI/4, 210 FT; TH. RUN S."
"89*59'51 ""W., 207.43 FT.; TH. N.00* "
"08'29""E. 210 FT. BACK TO P.O.B. OR"
BK 150 P. 21.7; OR BK 66 P. 161; OR
BK 89 P. 754.

25-03-10-0000-0000-00100 "* 21 $38.86
FLOWERS LARRY b & TAMMY S
0006.60 ACRES
COM. AT NE COR. OF 25-03-10; TH.
"RUN S.00"12'16""E. ALONG E. LINE OF
SAID SECTION 331.92 FT; TH. S.89"
"37'50""W. 872.74 FT.; TH. N.00*15' "
."55""W. 331.95 FT. TO N. LINE OF SAID"
"SECTION; TH. N.89W37'56""E. ALONG "
SAID N. LINE'873.09 FT. TO CLOSE ON
P.O.B. OR BK 27 P. 89; OR BK 83 P.
797; OR BK 93 P. 288; OR BK 153 P.
298-299.

26-03-10-0001-0050-00010 HX 22 $247.87
NETTLES CASSANDRA,
0000.23 ACRES
"LOTS 1 & 2, BLK 5, NE DAY, PB A P.R"
"14, PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO.,"
FL. OR BK 80 P. 841; OR BK 82 P.
801-806; OR BK 138 P. 250; OR BK
"148 P. 1-3(DIVORCE, NAMED CHANGED "
FROM FULGHAM TO NETTLES)

02-04-10-0000-0000-00906 "" 24 $84.61
HORTON GREGORY
0000.93 ACRES
COM. AT NW COR. OF SW1/4 OF SE1/4.
"02-04-10; TH. S.00"00'42""W. 203.68"
"FT. FOR THE P.O.B.; TH. S.89*50'27"""
E. 387.60 FT. TO W. RIGHT OF WAY
LINE OF SR #53; TH. RUN SW'LY ALONG
SAID RIGHT OF WAY LINE 106.84 FT.;
"TH. N.89*50'27""W. 373.93 FT. TO "*
"FORTY LINE; TH. N.00*00'42""E. ALONG"
THE FORTY LINE 106.00'FT. BACK TO
"PO.B. (PARCEL ""3"") DC/OR BK 201 "
P. 475; OR BK 218 P. 329.
.......... ....... .. ......... ..
10-04-10-0000-0000-00504 *" 25 $70.81
FONTAINE LINDA SHAW
0018.10 ACRES
THE N1/2 OF N1/2 OF S1/2 OF SE1/4
LYING EAST OF SAND ROAD LESS THE S.
105 FT. OF THE WEST 210 FT. OF
ABOVE DESC. PROPERTY. OR BK 116 P.
107

11-04-10-0090-0000-00010 27 $372.20
EAGAN STUART W
0005.07 ACRES
"LOT 1, EMERALD FOREST SUBDIVISION,"
"PB A P. 135-136, PUBLIC RECORDS, "
S "LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK 102 P 1-4;"
OR BK 210 P. 88.

11-04-10-0090-0000-00080 HX ""* 28 $42.22
SANDS MICHAEL W
0020.24 ACRES
"LOTS 8 & 9, EMERALD FOREST SUBD., "
"PB A P. 135-136, PUBLIC RECORDS, "
"LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK 145 P. 168"

13-04-10-0000-0000-00202 29 $523.57
SHELNUTT EVELYN ESTATE .
0004.00 ACRES
THE E. 264 FT. OF THE.N. 660 FT. OF
"NW1/4 OF SE1/4, 13-04-10. OR BK 69 "
P 59; OR BK 91 P. 597; OR BK 104
P.34-36; OR BK 130 P. 98-100; OR
BK 131 P. 5 & 6; OR BK 179 P. 193-.
"194; OR BK 221 P. 69, 70.

21-04-10-0040-0000-00430 **"" 30 $49.78
HUDSON BENJAMIN F &
0001.10 ACRES
THE N. 200 FT. OF S.4760 FT OF
"E 1/2 OF SEC. 21; LESS THE E. 2400 "
"FT. THEREOF. [PARCEL 43, UNRECORDED"
PARADISE ACRES SUBD.] OR BK 54 P.
612


23-04-10-0078-0000-00170 HX *** 32 $109.81
JONES CURTIS G AND
0001.00 ACRES
"LOT 17, BUCK COUNTRY SUBDIVISION, "
"PB A P. 96, PUBLIC RECORDS,
"LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK 157 P. "
247-248.


23-04-10-0078-0000-00360 33 $139.09
MYERS JACKSON CONTRACTING INC
0001.00 ACRES
"LOT 36, BUCK COUNTRY SUBDIVISION, "
"PB A P. 96, PUBLIC RECORDS,
"LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK 106 P.
392-393.

23-04-10-0078-0000-00380 34 $139.09
MYERS'JACKSON CONTRACTING INC
0001.00 ACRES
"LOT 38, BUCK COUNTRY SUBDIVISION, "
"PB AP. 96, PUBLIC RECORDS,.
"LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK 106 P. "
392-393. '

23-04-10-0078-0000-00400 35 $139.09
MYERS JACKSON CONTRACTING INC
0001.00 ACRES
"LOT 40, BUCK COUNTRY SUBDIVISION, "
"PB A P. 96, PUBLIC RECORDS,
"LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK 106 R
392-393.

"25-04-10-0000-0000-00105 HX 36 $1,196.96"
WATERS KEVIN.RANDY & KELLY R
0005.00 ACRES
COM AT NE COR. OF 25-04-10; TH. S.
"00*34'44""E. ALONG E. LINE OF SAID "
SECTION 48.85 FT. TO S. RIGHT OF
WAY LINE OF CO. RD. 350; TH. S.89"
"41'21""W. ALONG SAID RIGHT OF WAY "
LINE 130.25 FT.; TH. CONT. ALONG
"SAID RIGHT OF WAY LINE S.89*38'11"""
W. 1137.73 FT. TO P.O.B.; TH. CONT.
"S.89*38'11 ""W. 350 FT.; TH. S.00*21'"
"51""E. 622.29 FT.; TH. N.89"38'11""E."
"350 FT.; TH. N.00*21'51""W. 622.29 "
FT.TO CLOSE ON P.O.B: OR BK 145 P.
"322-323, 348-350; OR BK 157 P 303-"
304

"25-04-10-0000-0000-00200 37 $8,960.65"
LILLY'S FARMS INC
0062.33 ACRES
COM. AT NW COR. OF S1/2 OF S1/2 OF
"NE1/4, 25-04-10; TH. N.89*40'39""E. *
ALONG N. LINE OF S1/2 OF 81/2 OF
"NE1/4, 1491.66 FT.; TH. S.0"19'41""E"
1954.54 FT. TO N, RIGHT OF WAY LINE
"OF CO. RD. 350; TH. S.89"52'05""W. '
"ALONG SAID N. RIGHT OF WAY LINE, "
"919.48 FT.; TH. N.01*47'10""E. *
"339.88 FT.; TH: S.89*51'23""W. "
PARALLEL WITH S. LINE.OF N1/2 OF
"SE1/4, 584.73 FT. TO E. RIGHT OF "
WAY LINE OF CO. RD. 350; TH..N.O*
"19'41""W. ALONG SAID E. RIGHT OF WAY"
LINE 1610.01 FT. TO CLOSE ON P.O.B.
OR BK 137 P. 352-353; OR BK 55 R
437-438; OR BK 48 P. 813; OR BK 50
P. 51; OR BK 55 P. 6; OR BK 227 P.
166-168.

"25-04-10-0000-0000-00201 38 $8,695.57"
JC FARMS INC
0067.80 ACRES
COM. AT NW COR. OF S1/2 OF S1/2 OF
"NE1/4, 25-04-10; TH. N.89"40'39""E. "
ALONG N. LINE OF S1/2 OF S1/2 OF
"NE1/4, 1491.66 FT.TO P.O.B.; TH.
"S.0"19'41""E. 1954.54 FT. TO N.
RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF CO. RD. 350;
"TH. N.89*52'05""E. ALONG SAID N. "
RIGHT OF WAY LINE 997.90 FT.; TH.
"N.0*29'44""W. 396.25 FT.; TH. N.89* "
"51'23""E. PARALLEL WITH S. LINE OF "
"N1/2 OF SE1/4, 505.14 FT.TO
APPROXIMATE CENTERLINE OF CO.
"MAINTAINED ROAD; TH. N.0*29'44""W. "
ALONG SAID CENTERLINE 1563.20 FT.
TO N. LINE OF S1/2 OF S1/2 OF NE1/4.
"TH. S.89"40'39""W. ALONG., SAID N. '
LINE 1497.29 FT. TO CLOSE ON PO.B.
OR BK 137 P. 354-355; OR BK 48 P.
813; OR BK 50 P.51; OR BK 55 P. 6
& 4.37-438,ALSO PLUS: COM.,AT SE
"COR. OF N1/2 OF SE1/4, 25-04-10; "
"TH. S.89*51'23""W. ALONG S. LINE OF"
"N1/2 OF SE1/4, 150.05 FT. TO ,"
"RO.B.; TH. S.89"51'23""W. 505.14 "
"FT.; TH.N;00*29'44""W.431.17FT.;"
"TH. N.89*51'23""E. 505.14 FT.; TH. "
"S.00*29'44""E. 431.17 FT. TO CLOSE "
ON P.O.B. LESS & EXCEPT EXISTING ,
.ROAD RIGHT OF WAYS. OR BK 63 P.
685; OR BK 136 P.80 & 88;OR BK
141 P. 37; OR BK 224 R 489-490.
OR BK 226 P. 275-276; OR BK 227 P.
181-183.

36-04-10-0000-0000-00602 HX 41 $924.11
-SEXTON JONATHAN D & EDITH F
0005.00 ACRES ,
"PART OF SE1/4 OF SW1/4, 36-04-10, "
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESC. AS
FOLLOWS: COM. AT INTERSECTION OF
THE W. LINE OF SAID SE1/4 OF
SW1/4 WITH THE N. RIGHT OF WAY
"LINE OF CR 153; TH. N.89*52;15""E. "
"ALONG SAID N RIGHT OF WAY LINE, "
477.13 FT. TO P.O.B.; TH. N.00"26'
"43""W. 660 FT.;TH. N.89*52'15""E. "
"330 FT.; TH. S.00*26'43""E. 660 FT."
TO SAID N. RIGHT OF WAY LINE; TH.
"S.89*52'15""W. ALONG SAID N. RIGHT
'OF WAY, 330 FT. TO CLOSE ON P.O.B."
SUBJECT TO CO. ROAD RIGHT OF WAY.
OR BK201 P. 71-72.
--------------- ----_-----_--_---------- -
27-07-10-0007-0000-00361 HX "" 42 $28.58
KOON JESSIE J
0002.00 ACRES
"BEG. AT SE COR. OF LOT 36, OF "
S"STEINHATCHEE SULPHUR SPRINGS SUBD.,"
"PB A P. 15, PUBLIC RECORDS,
"LAFAYETTE CO., FL.; TH. N. 210 FT.;",
TH. W. TO STEINHATCHEE RIVER; TH.
"S. ALONG E. BANK OF SAID RIVER, 210"
FT.; TH. E. TO SE COR. OF SAID LOT
"36, & THE POINT OF BEGINNING. LESS"
& EXCEPT THAT PORTION OF ABOVE DESC
PROPERTY.LYING E. OF GRADED ROAD
FURTHER DESC. IN OR BK 70 P. 230 &
329. OR BK 35 P. 121; OR BK 102 P.
404; OR BK 115 P.415; OR BK 125 P.
423; OR BK 143 RP. 69.

27-07-10-0038-0000-00030 43 $156.55
EZELL SUSAN; EDGAR HART &
0000.79 ACRES
PARCEL #3: COM. AT NW COR. OF SE1/4
"OF SE1/4, 27-07-10; TH. N.0*52'E. "
"ALONG W. LINE OF E1/2 OF SE1/4, "n
223.73 FT.TO P.O.B.; TH. CONTINUE
N.0*52'E. 100 FT.;TH. S.88"16'E.
345.8 FT.;TH. S.0"52'W. 100 FT.;
TH. N.88*16'W. 345.8 FT. TO CLOSE
ON P.O.B. THE E. 25 FT. SUBJECT TO
EASEMENT FOR ROAD & UTILITY. OR BK
90 P. 735; OR BK 115 RP. 234; OR BK
133 P. 210-211. [UNRECORDED SUBD.
FOR LEVIS & R L LAWSON & WIVES]

27-07-10-0038-0000-00420 44 $374.70
WINGO WALTER LEE & ANA MARIA
0000.30 ACRES
PARCEL #42: COM. AT SW COR. OF
"SE1/4 OF SE1/4, 27-07-10; TH. S.88""
16'E. 345.8 FT.; TH. N.00*52'E.
210 FT. TO P.O.B.; TH. N.00"52'E.
105 FT.; TH. N.88*16'W. 135.80
FT; TH. S.00"52'W. 105 FT.; TH. S.
88"16'E. 135.80 FT. TO CLOSE ON
P.O.B. THE E. 25 FT. SUBJECT TO
EASEMENT FOR ROAD & UTILITY
PURPOSES. OR BK 79 R 549; OR BK
92 P.286; OR BK 135 P. 483.
[UNRECORDED SUBD, FOR LEVIS & R L
LAWSON & WIVES]

07-03-11-0076-0000-00011 HX "" 46 $69.13
SPITZER HANK C
0001.29 ACRES
PART OF LOT 1: COM. AT NW COR OF
S"07-03-11; TH S.00"09'44"E. 4083.72"
FT. TO A POINT; TH. E. 416.50 FT.
TO CM ON E'LY RIGHT OF WAY OF LOP&G
RAILROAD; TH. CONT. E. 490.45 FT.


TO RO.B.; CONT. E. 375 FT.TO CM
ON W. RIGHT OF WAY OF CO. RD. 251;
"TH. S,00"19'07""W. ALONG RIGHT OF "
WAY 150 FT.; TH. W. 375 FT.; TH.
"N.00"19'07""E. 150 FT.TO CLOSE ON
RO.B. OR BK 97 P. 158; OR BK 132 P
77-78; OR BK 138 RP. 426-427; OR BK
144 P. 338; OR BK 147 P 497-498;.
OR BK 151 P. 118-119.


18-03-11-0076-0000-00080 HX 47 $411.08
YATES JOHNNY
0010.00 ACRES
LOT 8:COM. AT INTERSECTION OF SOUTH ,
"BDY. OF N1/2 OF NW1/4 OF SW1/4, 18-"
"03-11, WITH WEST RIGHT OF WAY LINE "
"OF SR S-251; RUN N.00"39'25""W. "
ALONG SAID RIGHT OF WAY LINE 469.17
"FT. TO CM; TH. N01 *04'53""W. ALONG "
SAID RIGHT OF WAY LINE 1095.9 FT.
TO IR & RO.B.; TH. W. 1201.79 FT.
TO IR ON E'LY BOUNDARY OF LOP&G RR;
"TH. N.00"15'31""E. ALONG SAID E'LY "
BDY. 363.76 FT.TO IR; TH. E.
1193.28 FT. TO IR ON W. RIGHT OF
WAY LINE OF SR S-251; TH. S.01"04'
"53""E. ALONG SAID RIGHT OF.WAY LINE "
.363.82 FT.TO CLOSE ON RO.B.
OR BK 93 .R 592.

19-03-11-0000-0000-01401 HX 48 $409.31
BELL DREW H & SUZETTE
0000.60 ACRES
THAT PART OF THE FOLLOWING DESC.
PROPERTY LYING NORTH & WEST OF CO.
RD. #251: BEG. ATSW COR. OF S1/2
OF GOVT. LOT 5; TH. E. 137 YDS. TO
RO.B.; TH:E. 140 YDS.; TH. N.
70 YDS,; TH. W. 159 YDS.; TH. RUN
IN SOUTHEASTERN DIRECTION ALONG
L.OP. & G. RAILROAD RIGHT OF WAY
TO CLOSE ON RO.B. OR BK 124 P. 152

30-03-11-0000-0000-00304 ** 49 $89.47
TOWNSEND PAUL D JR
0001.00 ACRES
BEG. AT THE SE COR. OF SE1/4 OF
"NW1/4, RUN W. 132 FT.; N. 331.14 "
FT.; E. 132 FT.; S, 331.14 FT. TO
CLOSE ON P.O.B. OR BK 54 P. 427.

"17-04-11-0000-0000-00109 HX 50 $1,257.22"
ALLEN FRED H JR & TRACY L
0005.70 ACRES
BEG. 355 FT. N. & 462.55 FT. W. OF
"SE COR. OF SW1/4 OF NE1/4, 17-04-11"
TH. RUN W. 617 FT.TO E. ROW LINE
OF SR #251-B; TH. FRUN NW'LY ALONG
"E. SIDE OF SAID SR #251-B ROW LINE," .
"400 FT., TH. RUN E. 617 FT.; TH. "
RUN SE'LY PARALLEL TO SAID SR#251-B
ROW LINE 400 FT. BACK TO PO.B. OR
"BK 69 P 354-6, 361-2; ORBK 79 P."
577-78; QR BK 82 P, 26-27; OR BK *
"169 P. 309, 311; OR BK 209 P. 411."
--------------- ---- ---
19-04-11-0084-0000-00040 52 $367.35
KEEN RONALD H ..
0005.00 ACRES ,
"LOT 4, LAURA'S LANE SUBDIVISION; PB"
"A P. 121-123, PUBLIC RECORDS, "
"LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK 135 P. 295".

20-04-11-0000-0000-00401 ""* 53 $42;23
DYKES JAMES W
0001.40 ACRES
THE S. 440 FT. OF N1/2 OF SW1/4
OF NE1/4 LYING E. OF DELL & MAYO
PUBLIC DIRT ROAD. OR BK 20 P. 198;
OR BK 107 P. 244 & 335; OR BK 134
P. 161; OR BK 171 P. 131.

20-04-11-0000-0000-00402 ** 54 $112.10
DYKES JAMES W
0005.80 ACRES
S1/2 OF SW1/4 OF NE1/4 LYING E. OF,
DELL & MAYO PUBLIC DIRT ROAD.
(DOUBLE ASSESSED) OR BK 20 P. 198;
OR BK 107 P. 244 & 335; OR BK 134
P. 161; OR BK 171 P. 131.
----- ----------------- 7----------- ----- -
20-04-11-0000,0000-00504 HX "" 55 $29.79
FOLSOM F RENEE
' 0005.00 ACRES
"i.'F OF Si : OF E1/2 OF SE1/4 OF
" i -I OR eC' 174 P. 86-87.
. .. ..... .......... .... .. .. -.
21-04-11-0051-.0000-00590 *." 58 $89.66 -
HEGARTY PETER R & SUSAN M
0001.17 ACRES
"LOT 59, CANOE COUNTRY SUBD., "
"ADDITION 1, PB A P. 57-58, PUBLIC "
"RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL.
OR BK.60 P. 148. OR BK 71 P. 530.
OR BK 79 P 82. OR BK 80 P 659.
----- 7------------------- ---- ---
21-04-11-0051-0000-00710 ** 59 $114.68
BELLINGER KIRK & LORRAINE .
0001.59 ACRES
"LOT 71, CANOE COUNTRY SUBDIVISION,"
"ADDITION 1, PB AR 57-58, PUBLIC "
"RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL,OR BK "
56 P. 584; OR BK.67 P. 491 & 580;
OR BK 94 P. 509.
----------------------------
21-04-11-0051-0000-00860 "' 60 $98.12
CANOE COUNTRY PARTNERSHIP
0001.64 ACRES
"LOT 86, CANOE COUNTRY SUBD.,
"ADDITION 1,'PB A RP. 57-58, PUBLIC "
"RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK "
47 P. 643; OR BK 76 P 687.
-- ----------------- ------------- ,
27-04-11-0000-0000-00302 62 $643.32
HAWLEY LAURELLE A
0005.71 ACRES
COM. AT SW COR. OF 27-04-11 & CM;
"TH. N.89*21'01 ""E. ALONG S. LINE OF
"27-04-11, 898.92 FT. TO CM AND
"P.O.B.; TH. N.19*07'10""E. 1003.51 "
"FT. TO CM; TH. CONT. N.19*07'10""E. "
25.01 FT. TO ORDINARY HIGH WATER
LINE OF THE SUWANNEE RIVER; TH.
"N.88*02'04""E. ALONG SAID ORDINARY "
"HIGH WATER LINE, 89.25 FT. TO E. "
LINE OF W1/2 OF GOVT. LOT 6 OF SAID
"27-04-11; TH. S.0*06'54""W. ALONG "
"SAID E. LINE, 16.68 FT. TO CM; TH."
"CONT. S.0"*06'54""W. 953.36 FT. TO "
CM AT SE COR. 6F W1/2 OF GOVT. LOT
"6 OF 27-04-11; TH. S.89*21'01""W. "
"ALONG S. LINE OF SAID SECTION, "
424.16 FT. TO CLOSE ON RO.B.
TOGETHER WITH AND SUBJECT TO
EASEMENT FOR INGRESS & EGRESS
OVER & ACROSS THE S. 20 FT. OF'
E. 534 FT. OF 28-04-11 AND THE
"S. 20 FT. OF W1/2 OF GOVT. LOT 6, "
27-04-11. OR BK 190 P 126-135.
........------------------------------------
28-04-11-0051-0000-01290 HX 65 $267.97
HART PHILIP J
0001.10 ACRES
"LOT 129, CANOE COUNTRY SUBDIVISION "
"ADDITION 2, PB A P.68-70, PUBLIC "
"RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK "
56 P. 182.

28-04-11-0051-0000-01390 *" 66 $85.50
GRACE REAL ESTATE &
0001.10 ACRES'
"LOT 139, CANOE COUNTRY' SUBDIVISION "
"ADDITION 2, PB A P. 68-70, PUBLIC "
"RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK "
48 P. 67; OR BK 72 R 594-596; OR
BK 80 P. 268; OR BK 85 P. 117; OR
"BK 222 P. 44, 45, 46.

28-04-11-0051-0000-01420 *" 67 $106.35
SNYDER DAVID B & KATHERINE A
0001.45 ACRES
"LOT 142, CANOE COUNTRY SUBDIVISION "
"ADDITION 2, PB A P. 68-70, PUBLIC "
"RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK "
71 P. 530; OR BK 79 P. 82; OR BK
211 P. 68.

28-04-11-0051-0000-01440 ** 68 $69.41
SMITH PATRICK R & VERNICE C
0000.83 ACRES '
"LOT 144, CANOE COUNTRY SUBDIVISION *
"ADDITION 2, PB A P.68-70, PUBLIC "
"RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK "
71 P. 530; OR BK 79 P. 82; OR BK 80
P. 667.

28-04-11-0051-0000-01510 "" 69 $111.94
CANOE COUNTRY PARTNERSHIP
0001.93 ACRES
"LOT 151, CANOE COUNTRY SUBDIVISION "


"ADDITION 2, PB A P. 68-70, PUBLIC "
"RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK "
48 R 79; OR BK 51 P 833; OR BK 90
P. 652-654.


30-04-11-0000-0000-01302 "*** 70 $119.69
MURRAY BILLY ESTATE
0008.60 ACRES
"COM. AT NE COR. OF E1/2 OF SW1/4, "
"30-04-11; TH.S.89*44'20""W. ALONG N."
.LINE OF E1/2 OF SW1/4 OF SAID
SECTION(ALSO BEING N. RIGHT OF WAY
LINE OF DEDICATED CO. ROAD AS DESC.
IN OR BK 60 P.476) 181 FT.; TH.
"S.35"00'00""W. ALONG SAID RIGHT OF "
"WAY LINE 36.74 FT.; TH. N.89*44'20"""
E. ALONG SAID RIGHT OF WAY 172.39
"FT.; TH. S.0036'17""E. ALONG SAID "
RIGHT OF WAY LINE 662.10 FT. TO
"PO.B.; TH. S.89*33'51""W. PARALLEL"
WITH S. LINE OF SAID SECTION 851.21
"FT.; TH. N.00*47'57""W. 302.53 FT; "
"TH. S.89*33'51""W. 415.36 FT.TO W."
LINE OF E1/2 OF SW1/4 OF SAID
"SECTION; TH. S.00*47'57""E. ALONG "
SAID W. LINE 499.20 FT.;.TH. N.89*
"33'51""E. 1265.91 FT. TO W. RIGHT OF"
W/AY LINE OF AFOREMENTIONED
"DEDICATED CO. ROAD; TH. N.00*36'17"""
W. ALONG SAID RIGHT, OFWAY LINE
196.67 FT. TO CLOSE ON P.O.B. OR BK
99 P. 314-315.

30-04-11-0000-0000-01305 71 $486.83
CADWELL TERRY & LINDA
0006.72 ACRES
"COM. AT NE COR. OF E1/2 OF SW1/4, "
"30-04-11; TH. S.89"44'20""W. ALONG
"N. LINE OF THE E1/2 OF SW1/4, "
ALSO BEING N R/W LINE OF DEDICATED
"CO. RD. RECORDED IN OR 60 P 476, "
"PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL.,"
"181 FT.; TH. S.35*00'00""W. ALONG "
"SAID R/W LINE, 36.74 FT.; TH. N.89"-
"44'20""E. ALONG R/W LINE, 172.39 "
"FT.; TH. S.00*35'17""E. ALONG R/W "
"LINE, 1451.20 FT. TO P.O.B.; TH. "
................................................ .
33-04-11-0000-0000-00107 **" 72 $35.56
HAUSER DENNIS E &'VIOLET S
0006.23 ACRES
THAT PART OF THE FOLLOWING DESC.
PROPERTY LYING AND BEING IN SEC. 33
"TWP.4 S., RGE. 11 E.: COM. AT NE "
"COR. OF SE1/4 OF SEC. 33, TWP 4 S."
'"RGE. 11 E.; TH. S.88"52'13""W. ALONG"
"N. LINE OF SE1/4,.149.28 FT.TO "
SW'LY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF SOUTHERN
"RAILWAY; TH. S.34*25'24""E. ALONG "
"SAID RIGHT OF WAY LINE, 545.73 FT,"
"TO P.O.B.; TH. CONT. S.34*25'24""E."
"827.56 FT.; TH. N.81*53'02""'W.
------------------------------- --- -
33-04-11-0000-0000-00609 73 $330.53
MCCARTER GARY & TAMMY.
0004.47 ACRES
"COM. AT NW COR. OF SE1/4 OF SW1/4,"
"33-04-11; TH. S.89*56'14""E. ALONG "
FORTY LINE 196.30 FT.TO E. RIGHT
OF WAY LINE OF US 27 FOR RO.B.;
TH. CONT. ALONG FORTY LINE S.89*
"56'14""E. 630.00 FT.;TH. S.00*04' "
"02""W. 623.40 FT. TO E. RIGHT OF "
WAY LINE OF US 27; TH. RUN ALONG
"SAID RIGHT OF WAY LINE, 886.30
FT. BACK TO P.O.B. LESS & EXCEPT
".03 AC., MOL, BEING A PART OF
PROPERTY DESC. IN OR BK 180 PR 216-
217. OR BK 187 P. 482-483; OR BK
188 P. 236-238.
------ -- ------------------------------- -- .
33-04-11-0085-0000-00091 74 $158.94
MCCARTER GARY & TAMMY
0002.00 ACRES
/ "THE W. 338.00 FT. OF LOT 9,
"BIRCHFIELD MANOR SUBD., PB A P. "
"124-125, PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE"
"CO., FL. OR BK 135 P.454; OR BK "
138 P.183; OR BK 187 P.484-486.

34-04-11-0000-0000-00401 .75 '$709.83
HAUSER DENNIS E & VIOLET-S
0005.60 ACRES
THAT PART OF THE FOLLOWING DESC.
"PROPERTY LYING IN SEC. 34, TWP. 4 S"
RGE. 11 E.: COM. AT NE COR. OF
"SE1/4, SEC. 33, TWP. 4 S. RGE 11 E;"
"TH. S.88*52'13""W. ALONG N. LINE OF "
"SE1/4, 149.28 FT TO SW'LY RIGHT OF"
WAY LINE OF SOUTHERN RAILWAY; TH:
"S.34"25'24""E. ALONG SAID RIGHT OF
WAY LINE 545.73 FT. TO RO.B.; TH.
"CONT. S.34*25'24""E. 827.56 FT.; TH."
"N.81"53'02""W. 178.21. FT.; TH. S.82"-

36-04-11-0010-0000-00320 76 $229.09
NOLAND THOMAS ALAN
0002.95 ACRES
"LOT 32, UNRECORDED 1ST ADDITION TO"
"CEDAR SHOALS SUBD., FURTHER DESC:
"COM. AT SE COR OF LOT 27, CEDAR "
"SHOALS SUBD., PB A P. 26; TH. RUN "
S. 66 FT.TO S. R/W LINE OF RIVER
DRIVE; TH. S.86*56'W. ALONG SAID
R/W LINE 102 FT.; TH: S.70*52'W.
ALONG SAID R/W LINE 66 FT.; TH RUN
S.82"05'W. ALONG SAID R/W LINE 118
FT.; TH. S.36"23'W. ALONG SAID R/W
LINE 46 FT; TH. S.44"38'W. ALONG
------------------- ------- --------------------
36-04-11-0057-0000-00270 77 $615.44
SCHROETER KENYAN & BARBARA
0005.00 ACRES.
"LOTS 27, 28, 29, 30 & 31, SUWANNEE"
"ACRES SUBDIVISION, PB A RP67, "
"PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL."
OR BK 217 P. 146-147.

36-04-11-0069-0000-00010 '78 $282.01
JUST DAN & SHARON
0003.08 ACRES
"LOTS 1, 2 & 3, MAYO RETIREMENT
"HAVEN SUBD., PB A P. 83, PUBLIC "
"RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL.
"[LOT 1, SUBJECT TO FL GAS
"TRANSMISSION CO PIPELINE EASEMENT,"
OR BK 98 PR 409-414] OR BK 207 P.
296-297.
--------------. . ..---------------------- --
36-04-11-0069-0000-00050 79 $139.09
JOHNSON NORMA
0001.04 ACRES
"LOT 5, MAYO RETIREMENT HAVEN
"SUBDIVISION, PB A P. 83, PUBLIC "
"RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL.
OR BK 219 P. 252-253.
------------.................................
36-04-11-0069-0000-00120 80 $377.27
SCHROETER KENYAN & BARBARA
0003.12 ACRES
"LOTS 12, 13 & 14, MAYO RETIREMENT "
"HAVEN SUBDIVISION, PB A P. 83, "
"PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL."
OR BK 217 P. 146.

36-04-11-0069-0000-00480 81 $139.09
ST FLEUR ELIE
0001.00 ACRES
"LOT 48, MAYO RETIREMENT HAVEN "
"SUBDIVISION, PB A P. 83, PUBLIC "
"RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK "
220 R 217-218; OR BK 225 P. 193.

36-04-11-0069-0000-00500 82 $139.09
REMY JACCON & MARGUERITE
0001.00 ACRES
"LOT 50, MAYO RETIREMENT HAVEN SUBD."
"PB A P. 83, PUBLIC RECORDS,
"LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK 220 P. "
217-218; OR BK 225 R 195.

36-04-11-0069-0000-00660 HX 83 $301.20
LAWSON THOMAS C & JEAN A
0001.00 ACRES
"LOT 66, MAYO RETIREMENT HAVEN, PB A"
"P. 83, PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE
"CO., FL. OR BK 133 P.48.

36-04-11-0069-0000-00940 HX 84 $195.35
THACKER TOM RICHARD & MELISSA
0000.98 ACRES
"LOT 94, MAYO RETIREMENT HAVEN
"SUBDIVISION, PB A, P 83, PUBLIC "
"RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK
92 P. 560. (SUBJECT TO FL GAS


"TRANSMISSION CO. PIPELINE EASEMENT,"
OR BK 98 P. 635) OR BK 124 P. 29;
OR BK 124 P 223..


"36-04-11-0088-0000-00120 HX 85 $1,501.89"
JOYNER CHRISTOPHER SR & KELLI
0010.00 ACRES
"LOT 12, SUWANNEE COVE SUBDIVISION,"
"PB A P. 128-132, PUBLIC RECORDS, "
"LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK 120 P.
401-402; OR BK 122 P. 378-379; OR
BK 126 P. 436; OR BK 138 P.433.
(SUBJECT TO INTEREST OF SALEM-GRACE
"WIDDON, CERTIFICATE OF TITLE SOLD "
TO ROBERTS LAND & TIMBER INVESTMENT
CORP ON SALEM GRACE WIDDON
INTEREST)

11-05-11-0000-0000-00306 89 $614.04
WILLIAMS CHARLES J SR &
0003.75 ACRES
COM. AT NW COR. OF.11-05-11; TH. S.
"00*40'30""E. ALONG W. LINE OF SAID "
"SECTION 11, 1304.37 FT.TO NE'LY "
RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF US HWY #27; TH
"RUN SE'LY ALONG SAID RIGHT OF WAY,"
346.42 FT. TO' RO.B.; TH. N.58*23'
"55""E. 190.25 FT.; TH. N.42'10'00" "
"W. 96.60 FT.; TH. RUN N.31*04'45""W."
"408.40 FT.; TH. N.58"23'55""E.
229.64 FT. TO SW'LY RIGHT OF WAY
LINE OF LOP&G RAILROAD RIGHT OF WAY
"TH. S.33*59'40""E. ALONG SAID "
RAILROAD RIGHT OF WAY 408.68 FT.;
TH. CONT. ALONG SAID RIGHT OF WAY ,
"LINE S.34*03'05""E. 380.20 FT.; TH. "
DEPARTING SAID RAILROAD RIGHT OF
"WAY, S.58-23'55""W. 195.84 FT.; TH. "
"RUN S.42"10'00""E. 126.90 FT.; TH. "
"S.58*23'55""W. 25 FT.; TH. RUN S.42"
"10'00""E. 18 FT; TH. S.58'23'55""W."
103.61 FT.'TO THE NE'LY RIGHT OF
WAY LINE OF US HWY #27; TH. RUN
NW'LY ALONG SAID RIGHT OF WAY LINE
450.04 FT. BACK TO P.O.B. OR BK 142
P. 84-89; OR BK'148 P. 115-116.'
LESS 2 AC. AS DESO. IN OR BK 165 P
352-354.

,11-05-11-0000-0000-00307 90 $360.71
'WILLIAMS MELODY DAWN
0002.00 ACRES
COM. AT NW COR. 11-05-11 ;'TH S.00
"40'30""E. ALONG SECTION LINE 357.45 "
FT. TO SW'LY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF
"LOP&G RAILROAD; TH. S.33"59'40""E. "
ALONG SAID RAILROAD RIGHT OF WAY'
639.15 FT. FOR THE PO.B.;TH.
"CONT. S.33*59'40""E. ALONG SAID '
RAILROAD RIGHT OF WAY 364.96 FT.;
"TH. RUN S.58"23'55""W. 247.91 FT.; "
"TH. N.31*04'45""W. 364.65 FT.; TH. "
"N.58*23'55""E. 229.64 FT. BACK TO "
P.O.B. OR BK 165 P. 353-354.
---------------------- ---- -----------
11-05-11-0095-0000-00050 91 $395.13
MCCULLOUGH CHRISTOPHER D &
0006.30 ACRES
"LOT 5, NORTH OAKS SUBDIVISION, PB "
"A P. 143, 144 & 145, PUBLIC
"RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK "
"150 P. 268, 270 & 272; OR BK 182 P."
294-295.
---------. ----------....................
12-05-11-0000-0000-01100 ."* 92 $69.38
JENSEN DANA MARIE AND
0000.25 ACRES
COMM. AT SW COR. OF SE1/4 OF SW1/4; .
TH. E. TO W. LINE OF RIGHT OF WAY
"OF SR 51, FORMERLY SR 69; TH. N. "
"ALONG W. LINE OF RIGHT OF WAY, ,
465.57YDS.TO P.O.B.; TH. RUN N.
ALONG RIGHT OF WAY 105 FT.; TH. W.
105 FT.; TH. S. 105 FT.; TH. E.
105 FT.TO W. LINE OF RIGHT OF WAY
AND P.O.B. OR BK 456PG 126; OR BK
"46 P. 5; LIFE ESTATE, OR BK 67 P "
564; OR BK 71 P. 705.

12-05-11-0000-0000-01900 ** 93 $58.41
JOHNS GEORGE V HEIRS
0000.43 ACRES
"BEG. AT SW COR. OF SE1/4 OF SW1/4, "
12-05-11; TH. E. 210 FT; TH. N.
105 FT. TO PO.B.; TH. W. 105 FT.;
TH. N. 120 FT.; TH. E.105 FT.; S.
15 FT.; TH. E. 660 FT; TH. SW'LY
105 FT. BACK TO P.O.B. DB 33 P. 290
& 357.
-- -.------ .----------.---------- --.........
12-05-11-0000-0000-02000 *"* 94 $39.66
HURLEY JESSIE & CHARLES
0000.22 ACRES
BEG. 70 YDS. N. OF SW CORN. OF
SE1/4 OF SW1/4; TH. E. 105 FT.; TH.
N; 15 FT. TO P.O.B.; TH. E. 105 FT;
N. 90 FT.; W. 105 FT.; S. 90 FT. TO
PO.B. OR BK 4 P. 68.
--------- ------------------- ...........
13-05-11-0000-0000-00100 95 $877.87
INVESTORS UNITED DEVELOPMENT
0006.34 ACRES
"COM. AT NW COR. OF 13-05-11, FOR
"PO.B.; TH. S.01*07'22""E. ALONG "
"W. LINE OF SAID SECTION,'497.80 "
"FT; TH. N.89*19'44""E. 586.64 FT; "
"TH. N.00*42'13""W. 265'64 FT. TO "
"NW COR OF BLK 10, ORIGINAL TOWN OF"
MAYOO, PB A P 3, PUBLIC RECORDS,
"LAFAYETTE CO., FL.; TH. N.89*28'38""
W. 108.08 FT. TO SW COR. OF THAT
PROPERTY DESC. IN OR BK 208 P. 320;
TH. N.0*42'13""W. 74.25 FT. TO "
NW COR OF PROPERTY DESC. IN OR BK
"208 P 320; TH. N.82*06'44""E;
ALONG THE N. LINE OF THAT PROPERTY
"DESC. IN OR BK 208 P. 320, 214.80 "
FT..TO W'LY LINE OF PROPERTY DESC.
IN OR BK 171 RP.485; TH. N.26*33'.
"32""W. ALONG SAID W'LY LINE 36.38 "
"FT.; TH. N.32*58'02""W. ALONG
"W'LY LINE, 79.65 FT.TO N. LINE OF-"
"SAID SECTION; TH, N.88*06'02""W. "
ALONG SAID N. LINE 637.61 FT.TO
CLOSE ON RO.B. OR BK 21,5 P. 98-99;
OR BK 222 P. 65-66.
INVESTORS UNITED 54%
GARY LIN INVESTMENTS 46%

"13-05 11 0000=0000-02000 HX' 96 $1,781.69"
THOMAS ROBERT L & MAMIE A
0000.83 ACRES
"BEG. AT SE CORN. OF BLK. 73,
"ORIGINAL TOWN OF MAYO, PB A R 3, "
"PUBLIC.RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL.;"
"TH. S.87"57'53""E. ALONG THE RIGHT "
OF WAY LINE OF MILL STREET
"EXTENDED, 341.87 FT. TO P.O.B.; TH."
"S.87"57'53""E. 320.32 FT.'TO W.
"LINE OF BLK. 13, DEE'S 2ND ADD. TO "
"THE TOWN OF MAYO, PB A P. 15,
"PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL; "
"TH. N.0*30'54""W. ALONG SAID W.
"LINE, 120 FT. TO NW COR. OF BLK 13,"
DEE'S 2ND ADDITION TO TOWN OF MAYO;
"TH. S.89"22'06""W. 320 FT; TH. S.
"0"30'54""E. 105.10 FT TO CLOSE ON "
P.O.B. OR BK 40 P. 420; OR BK 106
P. 245; OR BK 122 P.440-443; OR
BK 168 P. 33-34; OR BK 205 P. 320-
321

13-05-11-0000-0000-03404 HX 100 $361.41
GILBERT MARY D
0003.00 ACRES
"COM. AT SW COR. OF SW1/4 OF SE1/4, *
13-05-11 FOR P.O.B.; TH. RUN E. 627
FT.; TH. N. 209 FT; TH. RUN W. 627
FT.; TH. RUN S. 209 FT.TO CLOSE ON
"P.O.B. OR BK 81 P. 737, OR BK 82 P."
578; OR BK 111 P. 171.

13-05-11-0000-0000-03700 "* 102 $71.41
LUELLEN JAMES H & REGINA
0000.74 ACRES
COM. AT SW COR OF NE1/4 OF SW1/4
"OF SE1/4, 13-05-11; TH. S.0'53'50"E"
ALONG THE W. LINE OF SE1/4 OF
"SW1/4 OF SE1/4 OF SAID SECTION, "
"30.04 FT.; TH. S.87*52'52""E. "
"1070.73 FT; TH. N.02*07'08"E. 30 "
FT. TO S. LINE OF N1/2 OF 81/2
OF 81/2 OF SAID SECTION; TH. N.87'
"52'52""W. ALONG SAID S. LINE *
1070.73 FT.TO CLOSE ON P.O.B. OR


BK 220 P. 195-197. THE ABOVE DESC.
PROPERTY IS SUBJECT TO AN EASEMENT
FOR INGRESS & EGRESS GIVEN IN OR
BK 223 P 359-361.


ta4ci*n W ere 7Ta 6oxectorae &aete


Notice of Tax Certificate Sale


Pursuant to Chapter 197.402 Florida Statues, notice is hereby given that on the 31st of May, 2006, at the hour of ten o'clock

(10:00) a.m., Tax Certificates will be sold on the following described land, the amount set opposite the same include cost, interest,

and prorated advertising, as well as taxes due for 2005. Certificates will not be sold on any land if taxes are paid prior to the

date of sale. Sale will be held at the County Commissioners Board Room in the Lafayette County Court House.










PAGE 2 THE MAYO FREE PRESS. Mavo. FL


THURSDAY, MAY 11, 18, 25, 2006


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13-05-11-0011-0030-00010 104 $500.64
EVERETT MELODY D WILLIAMS
0000.60 ACRES
"ALL OF BLK. 3, ORIGINAL TOWN OF "
MAYOO, PB A P. 3, PUBLIC RECORDS, "
"LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK 71 P. 722;"
OR BK 123 P. 408; OR BK 215 P.
472-473.

13-05-11-0011-0110-00060 106 $136.01
PLATT JOSEPH M
0000.16 ACRES
"LOTS 6 & 7, BLK. 11, ORIGINAL TOWN "
"OF MAYO, PB A P. 3, PUBLIC RECORDS,"
"LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK 54 P. 236."

13-05-11-0011-0620-00010 107 $277.07
FRYE AMANDA N AND
0000.04 ACRES
"N1/2 OF LOT 1, BLK 62, ORIGINAL
"TOWN OF MAYO, PB A P. 3, PUBLIC
"RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK "
42 P. 830; OR BK 103 P 82; OR BK
162 P. 128-130.

13-05-11-0013-0180-00050 HX 110 $189.70
WATSON LEMAT & EMMA
0000.13 ACRES
"N1/2 OF W1/2 OF Wl/2 OF BLK. 18, "
KNIGHTS ADDITION TO THE TOWN OF
MAYOO, PB A P. 3, PUBLIC RECORDS,
"LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK 2 P. 177."

13-05-11-0013-0190-00012 *" 111 $33.53
BLAKE ANTHONY & ANNETTE 0
0000.12 ACRES
1/2 INT. IN & TO: BEG AT SW COR. OF
"E1/2 OF BLK. 19, KNIGHT'S ADD. TO "
"THE TOWN OF MAYO, PB A P 3, PUBLIC"
"RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL.; TH. "
RUN E. 50 FT.; N. 100 FT; W. 50
FT.; S. 100 FT. BACK TO P.O.B. OR
BK 58 P. 148.

13-05-11-0013-0210-00010 *** 113 $76.37
OGLESBY WILLIE & MELINDA
0000.50 ACRES
"S1/2 OF BLK. 21, KNIGHTS ADDITION "
"TO THE TOWN OF MAYO, PB A P. 3, '
"PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL. "
"OR BK 61 RP.549 & 551, OR BK 80 P."
"673, OR BK 85 P. 850.

13-05-11-0013-0210-00020 HX "" 115 $97.90
OGLESBY CLARA MAE HEIRS
0000.25 ACRES
"NE1/4 OF BLK. 21, KNIGHTS ADDITION"
"TO THE TOWN OF MAYO, PB A P. 3, "
"PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL."
OR BK 80 P. 673.
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13-05-11-0013-0350-00010 HX 117 $386.02
HAMILTON JAMES & DEBRA
0001.93 ACRES
"BLK. 35, KNIGHTS ADDITION TO THE "
"TOWN OF MAYO, PB A P. 3, PUBLIC "
"RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK"
98 P. 366.

13-05-11-0013-0400-00050 HX' 121 $141.07
SELLERS ARTHUR L & VERONICA G
0000.16 ACRES
"LOT 5, BLK. 40, KNIGHT'S ADDITION "
"TO THE TOWN OF MAYO, FURTHER DESC."
"AS: BEG. AT SW COR. OF BLK. 40,- ;
KNIGHTS ADDITION TO THE TOWN OF
MAYOO, PB A P.3, PUBLIC RECORDS, "
"LAFAYETTE CO., FL.; TH. RUN E. 70 "
FT. TO P.RO.B.; TH. N. 100 FT.; TH.
E. 70 FT.; TH. S. 100 FT.; TH. W.,
70 FT. BACK TO P.O.B. OR BK 92 P.
572-574; OR BK 107 P. 389; OR BK
141 P. 66; OR BK 147 P. 209-211.

13-05-11-0013-0460-00010 122 $227.65
THIEL IDA R & VIRGIL
0000.86 ACRES '
"BLK. 46, KNIGHT'S ADDITION TO THE "
"TOWN OF MAYO, PB A P. 3, PUBLIC "
"RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL., LESS "
THE W'LY 30 FT. THEREOF FOR ROAD
RIGHT OF WAY. OR BK 51 P. 822; OR
BK 58 P. 613; OR BK 59 P. 261; OR .
BK 61 P. 136-137; OR BK 62 P. 364;
OR BK 82 P. 380; OR BK 170 P. 377.
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13-05-11-0013-0470-00010 "" 123 $110.21
HAMMOCK JOHN HEIRS .
0000.50 ACRES
"E1/2 OF BLK. 47, KNIGHT'S ADDITION "
"TO THE TOWN OF MAYO, PB A P. 3, "
"PUBLIC RECORDS; LAFAYETTE CO. FL."

13-05-11-0013-0470-00030 V14 $141.44
THIEL IDA R AND/OR TQNY
0000.25 ACRES ..
"SW1/4 OF BLK. 47, KNIGHT'S ADDITION"
"TO THE TOWN OF MAYO, PB A P3,' .
"PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL." .
OR BK 69 P. 353; OR BK 76 P. 784;
OR BK 88 P. 376; OR BK 134 P. 361;
OR BK 154 P. 362-363; OR BK 156 P.
350-351; OR BK 180 P. 131-132.,

13-05-11-0014-0110-00020 125 $195.55
WILLIAMS CHARLES J & LORETTA
0000.50 ACRES .
"S1/2 OF W1/2 AND W1/2 OF E1/2, BLK."
"11, DEES' 1ST ADDITION TO THE TOWN"
"OF MAYO, PB A P 1, PUBLIC RECORDS,"
"LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK 66 P. 527;,"
OR BK 159 P. 49-50.
---- -- ------ .......... .....
13-05-11-0014-0180-00010 ***"126 $82.44
WALKER DELMER
0000.25 ACRES
"E1/2 OF N1/2 OF BLK. 18, DEES' 1ST"
"ADDITION TO THE TOWN OF MAYO, PB A ".
"1; PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., "
FL. OR BK 5 P. 685.

13-05-11-0014-0180-00020 ** 127 $59.40
WILLIAMS CHARLES J & LORETTA
0000.25 ACRES
"W1/2 OF N1/2 OF BLK 18, DEES' ST "
"ADDITION TO THE TOWN OF MAYO, PB A "
"P. 1, PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO."
FL. OR BK 64 P. 802; OR BK 159 P.
51-52.
......m------------------- ------------ .
13-05-11-0083-0000-00032 131 $190.19
LUELLEN JAMES H & REGINA
0002.45 ACRES
"LOT 3, TEN MILE POND, A MINOR
"SUBDIVISION, PB 1 P. 1, PUBLIC "
"RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL OR BK "
123 P. 258; LESS & EXCEPT 1 AC. IN
NE COR.THEREOF AS.DESC. IN OR BK
"153 P. 19-20, 210-211; LESS & "
EXCEPT 4.45 AC. (S. 358.67 FT.)
AS DESC. IN OR BK 223 P. 359-361.

,13-05-11-0087-0000-00040 **" 132 $91.72
WENTRA ENTERPRISES INC
0000.40 ACRES
"LOT 4, KING SUBDIVISION, PB A P. "
"126-127, PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE "
"CO., FL OR BK 107 P.1 & 2; OR "
BK 201 P.349; OR BK 214 P. 76-77;
OR BK 220 P. 150-151.

13-05-11-0087-0000-00090 ** 133 $89.00
REID DONALD
0000.51 ACRES
"LOT 9, KING SUBDIVISION, PB A P. "
"126-127, PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE "
"COUNTY, FL; OR.BK 215 P.199 & "
430

13-05-11-0087-0000-00110 **" 134 $89.00
WENTRA ENTERPRISES INC
0000.51 ACRES
"LOT 11, KING SUBDIVISION, PB A P. "'
"126-127, PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE "
"CO., FL; OR BK 107 P. 1 & 2; OR BK "
201 P. 396; OR BK 214 P. 78-79;
OR BK 220 P. 150-151.

13-05-11-0087-0000-00120 *" 135 $87.65
FRANCOIS EMMA CARIS AND
0000.50 ACRES


"LOT 12, KING SUBDIVISION, PB A P. "
"126-127, PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE "
"CO., FL. OR BK 107 RP. 1 & 2; OR BK "
201 P. 366; OR BK 207 P. 100-102;
OR BK 221 P. 73-74; OR BK 222 P.
458
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14-05-11-0000-0000-02501 "** 137 $31.28
MCKNIGHT CLEVELAND & VALARIE
0000.17 ACRES
COM. AT SE COR. OF NE1/4 OF SEN/4;
"S.88*42'45""W. 40 FT; N.0O14'15""W. "
"ALONG W. SIDE OF DESOTO.STREET, 210"
FT.TO SE COR. OF PROPERTY DEEDED
BY BOATRIGHT TO CHURCH; TH. S.88"
"42'45""W. 552 FT. FOR P.O.B.; TH. "
"N.0*14'15""W. 100 FT.; S.88"42'45""W."
"72.5 FT.;TH. S.0"14'15""E. 100 FT.;"
"TH. N.88*42'45""E. 72.5 FT. BACK TO "
P.O.B. OR BK 56 P. 791.


14-05-11-0000-0000-03205 139 $272.58
RISCASAN REALTY INVESTMENT INC
0002.20 ACRES ,
THAT PART OF 38.37 ACRES IN NW1/4
"OF SE1/4 & W1/2 OF NE1/4 OF SE1/4,"
"14-05-11, FURTHER DESC. BY METES "
AND BOUNDS LEGAL IN OR BK 216 P.
"45-46, LYING WITHIN THE CITY
LIMITS OF THE TOWN OF MAYO.
LESS THAT PART OF PROPERTY DESC.
IN OR BK 223 P. 392-394(UNRECORDED
"LOT 17, RISCASAN PINES) (LESS THAT"
PART OF PROPERTY DESC. IN OR BK
224 P. 270-272 LYING IN CITY
"LIMITS, PART OF LOT 18) (LESS THAT"
PART OF PROPERTY DESC. IN OR BK
"224 P. 310-312, LYING IN CITY
"LIMITS, PART OF LOT 26)
"LESS PARCELS 27, 28, 29 & 30 AS
"DESC. IN OR BK 224 P. 295, 298 & "
307 AND OR BK 227 P. 1.

14-05-11-0000-0000-04500 HX *** 140 $38.06
NEWMAN ROBIN
0004.05 ACRES
BEG. 35 YDS W. OF SE CORN OF SW1/4
"OF SE1/4, 14-05-11;TH. RUN N. 140"
"YDS., TH. W. 140 YDS., TH. S. 140 "
"YDS., TH. E. 140 YDS BACK TO P.O.B."
"OR BK 187 P. 110, DC; OR BK 187 P. "
495-496; OR BK 203 P. 183-184; OR
"BK 227 P. 69, 70-71.
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14-05-11-0066-0000-00020 *"* 142 $109.31
CAMPBELL SOPHIA L
0002.12 ACRES
"LOT 2, SUNNY OAKS SUBD., PB A P.80"
"PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL"
OR BK 62 P. 757; OR BK 128 P. 480.
----------------------------------
14-05-11-0103-0000-00180 ** 143 $75.58
PANPAM OSWALD
0000.37 ACRES
PARCEL 18: THAT PART OF THE
FOLLOWING DESC. PROPERTY LYING OUT
OF CITY LIMITS: COM. AT SW COR OF
."NW1/4 OF SE1/4, 14-05-11; TH. N.89"
."06'07""E. ALONG S. LINE OF NW1/4 OF "
"SE1/4 OF SAID SECTION, 589.42 FT.;"
"TH. N.77"46'18""W. 181.03 FT. TO "
POINT OF CURVATUREOF A CURVE
"CONCAVE TO THE NORTHEAST, HAVING "
"A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 76*50'58"", A "
"RADIUS OF 367.82 FT., A CHORD OF "
457.19 FT. AND A CHORD BEARING OF
"N.39*20'49""W.; TH. ALONG THE.ARC "
"OF SAID CURVE, 493.35 FT.; TH. N. "
"0"55'20""W. 566.45 FT.; TH. N.41*11'"
"31""E. 64.10 FT.;,TH. N.89*04'36""E. "
"519.02 FT.; TH. N.0*55'20""W. 315 "
"FT.; TH. N.89*04'36""E. 568.99 FT.-". "
TO THE RO.B.; TH,. CONT. N;89*
"04'36""E. 217.89 FT.; TH.S.01*00' "
"02""E. 201.92 FT.; TH. S.89"04'36"" "
"W. 217.89 FT.; TH. N.01*00'O2""W. "
201.92 FT. TO CLOSE ON PO.B.
OR BK 224 P. 270-272.'
- --- - -
14-05-11-0103-0000-00181 ** 144 $83.15
PANPAM OSWALD
0000.64 ACRES
PARCEL 18: THAT PART OF FOLLOWING
DESC. PROPERTY LYING IN CITY
LIMITS: COM. AT SW COR OF NW1/4 OF
"SE1/4, 14-05-11; TH. N.89*06'07""E."
ALONG S. LINE OF NW1/4 OF SE1/4 OF
"SAID SECTION,589.42 FT.; TH. N.77" "
"46'18""W. 181.03 FT. TO POINT OF .
CURVATURE OF A CURVE CONCAVE TO
"THE NORTHEAST, HAVING A CENTRAL "
"ANGLE OF 76*50'58"", A RADIUS OF "
"367.82 FT., A CHORD OF 457.19 FT. "
"AND A CHORD BEARING OF N.39*20'49'" "
W.; TH. ALONG THE ARC OF SAID
"CURVE, 493.35 FT.; TH. N.0*55'20""W."
"566.45 FT.;TH. N.41"11'31""E. 64.10"
FT.; TH. N.89*04'36""E. 519.02 FT.;"
"TH. N.0*55'20""W. 315 FT.; TH. N. "
"89"04'36""E. 568.99 FT. TO THE
"P.O.B.; TH. CONT. N.89*04'36""E.
"217.89 FT.;TH. S.01*00'02""E. "
"201.92 FT.; TH. S.89*04'36""W. "
"217.89 FT.; TH. N.01 *00'02""W.
201.92 FT. TO CLOSE ON P.O.B.
OR BK 224 P. 270-272.
-------------- L ............................
23-05-11-0000-0000-00101 "** 145 $42.23
HUTCHINSON FRANKLIN S &
0016.00 ACRES
"COMM. AT NE CORNER OF 23-05-11, TH."
?"S.89*09'20""W. 1328.92 FT; TH, "
"S.25*57'43""W. 1160.94 FT. TO PO.B."
"CONT. S.25"57'43""W. 1820 FT., TH. "
"N.89*21'48""E. 496.43 FT., TH..N.04*"
"43'W. 166.15 FT., TH. N.84*58'E. "
"320 FT., TH. N. 1440 FT. TO CLOSE "
ON RO.B. OR BK. 41 P 1-2; OR BK 79 ,
P .307-8.
---------------------- -----
23-05-11-0000-0000-00300 *"* 146 $78.75
TAYLOR PATRICK LAND
0029.53 ACRES
"NE1/4 OF SE1/4, OR BK 6 P 585.. "
LESS & EXCEPT ROAD RIGHT OF WAY.
LESS & EXCEPT THAT PART THEROF'
LYING & BEING E. & S. OF SR 51 AS
DESC. IN OR BK 183 P.88-91; OR
BK 187 P. 57; OR BK 204 P. 189-192.
-------------------- ------------------
13-06-11-0000-0000-00201 **" 148 $44.61
CLEMONS LOREN E HEIRS
0040.00 ACRES
1/4TH UNDIVIDED INTEREST IN:
NW1/4 OF NW1/4. OR BK 5 P. 686
------------....------ --.--------- ---------
"06-07-11-0000-0000-00101 149 $7,384.31"
LANCE ORDNANCE COMPANY INC
0145.56 ACRES
"S1/2, 06-07-11, LYING & BEING W. OF"
CO. RD. #357. OR BK 85 P. 379-382;
OR BK 99 P 666-668. LESS & EXCEPT
THAT PART OF PROPERTY DESC. IN OR
BK 1'92 P. 348-349 LYING & BEING
IN SEC.6.(1.44 AC.)

07-07-11-0000-0000-00100 150 $377.83
LANCE ORDNANCE COMPANY INC
0115.63 ACRES
"N 1/2 OF 07-07-11, LYING & BEING "
W. OF CO. RD. 357. LESS & EXCEPT
COM. AT NE COR. OF 07-07-11; TH.
"S.00"35'06""E., ALONG THE E. LINE "
"OF SAID SECTION 7, 1004.13 FT.TO "
THE SW'LY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF CO.
RD. 357 & P.O.B.; TH. CONT. S.00"
"35'06""E. 1623.80 FT. TO SE COR. OF "
N1/2 OF SAID SEC.7;TH. S.88"
"21'56""W., ALONG SAID S. LINE, "
"4322.71 FT.;TH.N.50*45'59""E. "

28-04-12-0050-0000-00230 **"" 151 $99.39
COTIGNOLA DARLENE TERESA
S' 0000.98 ACRES
"LOT 23, BRIDGESTONE WOODS SUBD., PB"
"A P. 54, PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE "
"CO., FL. OR BK 41 P.439; OR BK 80 "
P. 318-19; OR BK 90 P. 234; OR BK
91 P. 346-347.

28-04-12-0050-0000-00260 *" 152 $99.39
ENGLANDER DJORY M & GILDA S
0001.24 ACRES
"LOT 26, BRIDGESTONE WOODS SUBD., PB"
"A P. 54, PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE "
"CO., FL. OR BK 41 P. 439. OR BK 80,"
P. 362-63; OR BK 90 P. 611; OR BK
96 P. 383.

30-04-12-0018-0000-00120 153 $198.64
RIVERA PAUL ALEXANDER
0000.46 ACRES
"LOT 12, RIVERSIDE ESTATES, PB A P. "
"30, PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO.," "
FL. OR BK 11 P438; OR BK 170 P.
36

"31-04-12-0000-0000-00400 154 $1,916.94"
LAURIE PATRICIA T
0005.01 ACRES
COM. AT NW COR. OF 31-04-12; TH. S.
"0"22'23""W. ALONG W. LINE OF SAID "


"SECTION, 2,450.83 FT. TO PO.B.; TH"
"S.87"48'52""E. 750.74 FT.; TH. S.O* "
"22'23""E. 400 FT. TO N'LY RIGHT OF "
WAY LINE OF CO. RD. 354; TH. N.68*
"27'59""W. ALONG SAID RIGHT OF WAY '"
LINE 188.15 FT.TO THE POINT OF
CURVATURE OF A CURVE HAVING A
"CENTRAL ANGLE OF 17"20'51"", A
"RADIUS OF 1959.86 FT., A CHORD OF "
....-- --------------------- ------ ---
02-05-12-0022-0010-00020 HX "*** 156 $112.05
WILLIAMS KENNETH R JR & DONNA
0000.25 ACRES
"LOT 2, BLK. 1, HANKINS SUWANNEE "
"RIVER SUBD., PB A, P. 24, PUBLIC "
"RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK "
19 P 337. OR BK 82 P. 327; OR BK
166 P. 401.
---------------------------------- ---- --
02-05-12-0022-0010-00060 *** 157 $49.78
REEVES ANTHONY L & DONALD H
0000.25 ACRES
"LOT 6, BLK 1, HANKINS SUWANNEE
"RIVER SUBD., PB A P. 24, PUBLIC
"RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL.


02-05-12-0022-0030-00050 "* 159 $59.69
ST SAUVEUR BRONZE AND
0000.50 ACRE
"LOTS 5 & 20, BLK. 3, HANKINS
"SUWANNEE RIVER SUBDIVISION, PB A P."
"24, PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., "
FL. OR BK 227 P.301-302.
-------- ----- -- -- -- -
02-05-12-0022-0030-00070 *.. 160 $58.90
ELLIOTT NANCY
000.49 ACRES
"LOTS 7 & 18, BLK. 3, HANKINS
"SUWANNEE RIVER SUBDIVISION, PB A P "
"24, PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., "
"FL. OR BK 225 P. 169-170, 308-309."

02-05-12-0022-0030-00100 *** 161 $59.69
PIERRE-LOUIS ANNE D
0000.50 ACRES
"LOTS 10 & 15, BLK. 3, HANKINS
"SUWANNEE RIVER SUBD., PB A P.24, "
"PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL. "
"OR BK 226 P. 482-483, 484-485. *

02-05-12-0022-0040-00010 ** 162 $49.78
WINCHESTER DONALD
0000.30 ACRES
"LOT 1, BLK. 4, HANKINS SUWANNEE
"RIVER SUBD., PB A P.24, PUBLIC "
"RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK "
77 P.216; OR BK 94 P.411.

02-05-12-0022-0040-00020 *" 163 $49.78
WINCHESTER DONALD
0000.25 ACRES
"LOT 2, BLK.4, HANKINS SUWANNEE "
"RIVER SUBD., PB A P.24, PUBLIC "
"RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK "
32 P 369; OR BK 63 P. 94; OR BK 94
P.411-412.

02-05-12-0022-0050-00040 164 $544.01
WINCHESTER DONALD
0000.80 'ACRES
"THE W. 50 FT. OF LOT 4, BLK. 5, "
"HANKINS SUWANNEE RIVER SUBDIVISION,"
"PB A P. 24, PUBLIC RECORDS,
"LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK 16 P.219;"
OR BK 164 P. 164.

17-05-12-0000-0000-00300 169 $468.65
WILLIAMS CHARLES J SR &
0006.00 ACRES
"BEG. AT SE COR. OF NW1/4 OF NE1/4,"
"17-05-12; TH. N. 210 YDS., W. 140 "
"YDS., S.210 YDS., E. 140 YDS.TO "
CLOSE ON P.OB. OR BK 73 P.; 779; OR
BK 91 P.472.
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20-05-12-0,054-0000-00110 171 $149.21
THOMPSON M CIlENTON AND
0001.86 ACRES
"LOT 11, WHISPERING OAKS SUBDIVISION "
"PB A P. 65, PUBLIC RECORDS,
"LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK 151 P 198;"
OR BK 160 P.54-55; OR BK'166 P.
457-458.,

20-05-12-0054-0000-00120 172 $169.90
THOMPSON M CLENTON AND
0001.45 ACRES
"LOT 12, WHISPERING OAKS SUBD., PB A"
"P 65, PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO"
FL. ORBK.68 P.264; OR BK 77 P. 91
OR BK 113 P. 325; OR BK 136 P.421;
OR BK 156 P. 191-192; OR BK 158 P.
42-43.

20-05-12-0054-0000-00130 ** 173, $116.56
THOMPSON M CLENTON AND
0001.39 ACRES
"LOT 13, WHISPERING OAKS SUBD., PB-"
'A P. 65, PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE "
"CO., FL. OR BK 161 P.60.

20-05-12-0054-0000-00140 174 $239.51
THOMPSON MATTHEW C
0003.16 ACRES
"LOT 14 & 15, WHISPERING OAKS "
"SUBD., PB A P 65, PUBLIC RECORDS, "
"LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK 161 P
62-63; OR BK 196 P. 444; OR BK 205
P. 270.
--------------- -- -- --
20-05-12-0054-0000-00390 HX 175 $549.52
BOLTON WILLIAM HOWARD
0004.15 ACRES
"LOT 39, WHISPERING OAKS SUBDIVISION"
"PB A PG 65, PUBLIC RECORDS, "
"LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK 86 P 142"
& 837; OR BK 167 P.421-422; OR BK
184 R 99; OR BK 188 P.377.
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20-05-12-0054-0000-00430 176 $310.93
HIFFNER STEVEN D
0010.47 ACRES
"LOTS 43 & 44, WHI'mPERIrIG OAKS "
"SUBDIVISION, PB A, P. 65, .PUBLIC "
"RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO, FL. OR BK "
109 P. 265. .
............ -......................- ...
23-05-12-0000-0000-00804 HX ** 181 $97.26
HEWITT DAVID C
0011.37 ACRES
THE S. 210.00 FT, OF SW1/4 OF NW1/4
OR BK 113 P.71; OR BK 153 P. 162-
164; OR BK 162 P. 208-209; OR BK
164 P. 42-44; OR BK 172 P. 264-266;
OR BK 217 P 226.
THE N. 165 FT. OF S. 375 FT. OF
SW1/4 OF NW1/4. OR BK 98 P.527;
'OR BK 148 P. 80; OR BK.157 P. 432-
433

23-05-12-0000-0000-00902 HX 182 $376.19
TELLECHEA ABEL
. 0010.63 ACRES
N1/2 OF N1/2 OF NE1/4 OF SW1/4.
OR BK 183 P. 300-301. ALSO PLUS:
"COM. AT NW COR. OF NE1/4 OF SW1/4, "
"23-05-12; TH N.89*45'42""E. 1325.82 "
FT. TO NE COR. OF NE1/4 OF SW1/4
"OF SAID SECTION; TH. S.0"*34'31""E. "
ALONG E. LINE OF NE1/4 OF SW1/4
"OF SAID SECTION, 261.14 FT. TO
"PO.B.; TH. CONT. S.0"34'31""E.
"189.40 FT.; TH. S.89*45'42""W.230 "
"FT.;.TH. N.0*34'31""W. 189.40 FT.; "
"TH. N.89*45'42""E. 230 FT. TO CLOSE "
ON P.O.B. TOGETHER WITH EASEMENT
FOR INGRESS & EGRESS; OR BK 185 P.
.125-127. (PART OF THIS 1 AC. IS
IN 10 AC. HE ALREADY OWNS)

24-05-12-0000-0000-01101 HX 183 $716.99
LEE KENNETH R & B KAREN
0006.00 ACRES
"COM. AT NE COR. OF SE1/4 OF NW1/4,"
24-05-12; TH. S: ALONG E. LINE OF
SAID SE1/4 OF NW1/A4 TO THE S.
RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF CO. GRADED RD.
FOR P.O.B,; TH. RUN W. ALONG SAID
"S. RIGHT OF WAY LINE, 512 FT.;TH."
RUN S. PARALLEL TO E. LINE OF SAID
"SE1/4 OF NW1/4, 5i 1 FT.; TH. RUN E."
PARALLEL TO SAID S. RIGHT OF WAY
"LINE OF CO. GRADED ROAD, 512 FT TO "
E. LINE OF SAID SE1/4 OF NW1/4; TH.
RUN N. ALONG E. LINE OF SAID SE1/4
"OF NW1/4, 511 FT. MORE OR LESS TO" "
CLOSE ON P.O.B. OR BK 162 P. 159-
160; OR BK 163 P. 46-49.

36-05-12-000d-0000-00603 *. 184 $32.30
BRUNO VILMA
00010.00 ACRES
N1/2 OF N1/2 OF NW1/4 OF SW1/4.
OR BK 216 P. 195-196.
.............................
08-07-12-0000-0000-002P0 *"* 187 $27.74
CAMPBELL CURTIS T
0007.95 ACRES
"N1/2 OF 08-05-12, LYING & BEING E. "
OF CENTERLINE OF BEEHIVE ROAD.
TOGETHER WITH & SUBJECT TO EASE-
MENTS FOR INGRESS & EGRESS. OR BK
103 P. 141-162; OR BK 110 P. 62-82;
OR BK 114 P. 129-131; OR BK 116 P.
"18-20, 27-29; OR BK 114 P. 129-131;"
OR BK 103 P.141-162; OR BK 110 P.
62-82; OR BK 191 P. 172-173.


09-07-12-0000-0000-00100 188 $353.45
CAMPBELL CURTIS T
0315.00 ACRES
N1/2 OF 09-07-12. TOGETHER WITH &
SUBJECT TO EASEMENTS FOR INGRESS &
EGRESS. OR BK 100 P. 653-668; OR BK
103 P 141-162; OR BK 110 P 62-82;
OR BK 114 P. 129-131; OR BK 116 P.
"18-20, 27-29; OR BK 191 P 172-173."

30-05-13-0000-0000.00301 HX 191 $677.87
GONSER DIANE F
0005.00 ACRES
ALL OF THE NE1/4 OF NW1/4 LYING N.
& E. OF US HWY. 27. OR BK 30 P. 57;
OR BK 198 P. 291-292; OR BK 216
"P. 487, PROBATE 04-37CR

32-05-13-0092-0000-00030 HX *** 193 $54.19
POWERS LEOLA M
0005.54 ACRES
"LOT 3, TURKEY CREEK SUBDIVISION, PB"
"A P. 139-140, PUBLIC RECORDS,
"LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK 143 P 480;"
"OR BK 160 P. 429-430, 431-432; OR "
BK 167 P. 167-168; OR BK 196 P.
283-284.


-___ ------_------_- ------ -- ------- -
01-06-13-0000-0000-00301 HX 195 $398.07
ADAMS LELAND SIDNEY
0040.00 ACRES
SE1/4 OF SWI/4. LESS ROAD RIGHT OF
WAY. TOGETHER WITH AN EASEMENT FOR
INGRESS & EGRESS OVER THE E. 30
FT. OF SW1/4. OR BK 63 P.884; OR
BK 84 P. 506; OR BK 155 P. 463; OR
BK 176 P. 51-52. E. 30 FT. SUBJECT
"TO EASMENT FOR INGRESS & EGRESS, *
OR BK 178 P. 467-468.

01-06-13-0000-0000-00500 *" 196 $45.00
ADAMS LELAND S
0010.00 ACRES
S1/2 OF S1/2 OF SE1/4 OF NWI/4. OR
BK 58 R 321; OR BK 149 P 386-387;
OR BK 29 P.95; OR BK 168 P. 455-
456; OR BK 173 P.445; E. 30 FT.
SUBJECTTO EASEMENT FOR INGRESS &
"EGRESS, OR BK 178 P. 467-468.

01-06-13-0000-0000-00502 ".* 197 $95.02
ADAMS MELVIN F
0030.00 ACRES
N1/2 OF SE1/4 OF NW1/4; N1/2 OF
S1/2 OF SE1/4 OF NW1/4. OR BK 173
P.445. ALSO AN EASEMENT FOR
INGRESS & EGRESS ACROSS THE E. 30
FT. OF SW1/4 AND E. 30 FT. OF
"S1/2 OF S1/2 OF SE1/4 OF NW1/4,
OR BK 178 P.467-468.

'04-06-13-0000-0000-01103 HX 199 $687.39
WALKER NANCY J & DAVID E
0004.37 ACRES
COM. AT SE COR. OF W1/2 OF SE1/4 OF
"SW1/4 OF SE1/4, 04-06-13; TH. N.0* "'
"33'08""E., ALONG E. LINE OF SAID
"W1/2,OF SE1/4 OF SW1/4 OF SE1/4, "
23.46 FT.TO N. RIGHT OF WAY LINE
OF CO. MAINTAINED ROAD(MAYPOP ROAD)
"TH. RUN S.89*58'51""W. ALONG N. "
"RIGHT OF WAY LINE, 63.00 FT.;TO "
"PO.B.; TH. CONT. S.89*58'51""W. "
"ALONG SAID N. RIGHT OF WAY LINE, "
"267.57 FT.; TH. N.0*33'57""E.
"667.57 FT.;TH. S.89*27'12""E.
"304.08 FT.;TH. S.03'50'10""W.
645.85 FT. TO P.O.B. OR BK 133 P
206; OR BK 216 P.262-264; OR'BK
"224P. 62-74, 75-76. "

05-06-13-0044-0000-00140 202 $317.73
SPLICHAL EDMUND I.
0000.87 ACRES
"LOT 14, HERITAGE ACRES, PB A P 39-"
"40, PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO.,"
FL. OR BK 45 P 702; OR BK 63 P.
217
--- -- ---------- --- ....--.......
"05-06-13-0091-0000-00120 203 $1,012.41"
BANDY BENJAMIN A & LYNDA L
0005.11 ACRES
"LOT 12, MAGNOLIA ISLAND SUBD., PB "
"A P. 137 & 138, PUBLIC RECORDS, "
"LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK 206 P. 64."
(SEC. 5 & 8)
.......... ... ..................
08-06-13-0077-0000-00330 HX 205 $460.91
VEIGH CATHERINE E
0001.42 ACRES
"LOT 33, THE LANDING AT CYPRESS "
"POINT, FIRST ADDITION, PB A P. 99-"
"102, PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO.,"
FL. OR BK 94 P 565; OR BK 174 P.
26

08-06-13-0077-0000-00450 206 '$324.67
RISCASAN REALTY INVESTMENT INC
0003.07 ACRES
"LOTS 45, 46 & 47, THE LANDING AT "
"CYPRESS POINT, FIRST ADDITION, PB "
"A P.99-102, PUBLIC RECORDS, *
"LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK 218 P. 60."l
------------- -------- ------- -
08-06-13-0077-0000-00520 HX 207 $372.45
HILL RICHARD B & PATRICIA A
0006.17 ACRES
"LOTS 52, 53, 54, 55 & 56, THE
"LANDING AT CYPRESS POINT, FIRST "
"ADDITION, PB A P. 99-102, PUBLIC "
"RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK "
94 P. 393; OR BK 117 P. 3; OR BK
118 P. 58.

08-06-13-0077-0000-00570 208 $223.45
RISCASAN REALTY INVESTMENT INC
0002.05 ACRES
"LOTS 57 & 58, THE LANDING AT
"CYPRESS POINT, FIRST ADDITION, PB .
"A P. 99-102, PUBLIC RECORDS,
,"LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK 218 P. 60."
------------------------------------------ .
08-06-13-0077-0000-00750 "** 209 $120.23
BIRCHLER DON
0001.01 ACRES
"LOT 75, THE LANDING AT CYPRESS "
"POINT, FIRST ADDITION, PB A P. 99- "
"102, PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO.,"
FL. OR BK 215 P.316.
.... -........ -...............----- -- -----
09-06-13-0000-0000-00701 HX 210 $345.93
PREVATT JANET D ADAMS .
0004.56 ACRES
BEG. AT SE COR. OF S. 264 FT. OF
"SE1/4 OF NE1/4, 09-06-13 FOR PO.B;"
"TH. RUN W. 752 FT., TH. N. 264 FT.,"
"TH. E. 752 FT., TH. S. 264 FT. TO "
"CLOSE ON P.O.B. OR BK 69, P. 15; OR"
BK 76 P.412; OR BK 85 P. 274.
(ASHELY D. PERVATT ON 1.45 AC. DESC
IN OR BK 85 P 274)

09-06-13-0000-0000-00802 HX 211 $341.78
ADAMS MELVIN F & URSULA
0024.00 ACRES
THE WEST 264 FT. OF NE1/4 OF SW1/4.
OR BK 99 P. 203. THE E. 30 FT. OF
W. 264 FT. OF S. 900 FT. OF NE1/4
OF SW1/4 SUBJECT TO EASEMENTTO
"BOARD OF CO. COMMISSIONERS, OR BK "
128 P. 3.[URSULA ONLY ON THIS 8 AC]
ALSO: THE E. 528 FT. OF NW1/4 OF
"SW1/4, OR BK 148 P. 497-498. [ONLY "
IN MELVINS NAME] '
ALSO SUBJECT TO EASEMENT AS DESC.
IN OR BK 170 P. 315-316.
------_--------- _------_-----
11-06-13-0000-0000-00701 212 $546.76
ADAMS LELAND S
0003.56 ACRES
"COMM AT NE COR OF SE1/4, 11-06-13,"
FOR RO.B.; TH. RUN S. ALONG SEC.
LINE 693 FT.TO INTERSECTION OF
SAID SECTION LINE WITH NORTHERN
RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF US HWY #27; TH
RUN W'LY ALONG SAID N'LY RIGHT OF
"WAY LINE 394 FT.; TH. N.40*37'57""E."
"78.11 FT.; TH. RUN N.01 *14'04""W. TO"
A POINT ON SAID QUARTER SECTION
LINE; TH. RUN E. APPROXIMATELY 192
FT. TO CLOSE ON P.O.B. OR BK 93 P. '
"381-382, 639-640; OR BK 115 R 429-"
430

13-06-13-0049-0000-00260 HX 213 $172.08
FARNUM RONALD & KATHY
0005.36 ACRES
"LOT.,26, PATRICIAN OAKS, UNRECORDED "
"SUBD., FURTHER DESC. AS: COM. AT NE"
"COR. OF 13-06-13; TH. S.88"36'07""W."
1597.55 FT. TO CM ON E. SIDE OF
"ROAD; TH. S.01"54'53""E. 50 FT.TO "
"CM; TH. S.88'36'07"'tW. ALONG S. "
RIGHT OF WAY LINE 1395.50 FT.TO IP
"FOR P.O.B.; TH. S.01"54'53""E.
"347.10 FT.TO IP;TH. N.88*36'07""E."
"672.75 FT. TO CM, ON W. SIDE OF "
"ROAD; TH.01*54'53""W. 347.10 FT. *
ALONG W. SIDE OF ROAD TO A CM ON
THE S. RIGHT OF WAY LINE; TH. RUN
"S.88"36'07""W. ALONG S. RIGHT OF WAY"
'LINE 672.75 FT. BACK TO P.O.B.
SUBJECT TO 15 FT. EASEMENT ALONG N.
& E. SIDES THEREOF. OR BK 68 P. 844
OR BK 69 P. 518.

12-07-13-0000-0000-00204 HX 218 $182.66
ALEKSIC DESIREE GWYNN
0014.00 ACRES


BEG. AT SE COR. OF N1/2 OF GOVT.
"LOT 12, 12-07-13, FOR PO.B.; TH. *
"S.89-52'00"W. ALONG S. BDY OF N1/2 "
"OF GOVT. LOT 12, 1401.22 FT. TO A
"POINT BEING N.89*52'00""E. 210 FT. "
OF THE SW COR. OF N1/2 OF GOVT LOT
"12; TH. N.00*10'47""W. 105 FT.; TH. "
"S.8952'00""W. 210 FT. TO W. BDY. "
OF N1/2 OF GOVT. LOT 12; TH. N.00*
"10'47""W. ALONG SAID W. BDY 225 FT.;"
"TH. N.89*52'00""E. PARALLEL WITH S."
"BDY. OF N1/2 OF GOVT. LOT 12, 628 "
"FT.; TH. N.00*10'47""W. 470 FT.; TH "
"N.89*52'00""E. 551.01 FT.; TH. S. "
"00*20'16""E. 210 FT.; TH. S.89"52' "
"00""W. 114.50 FT.; TH. S.00*20'16"" "
"E. 380 FT.; TH. N.89*52'00""E.
544.50 FT. TO E. BDY. OF THE N1/2
"OF GOVT. LOT 12; TH. S.00*20'16""E.
ALONG E. BDY. 210 FT. BACK TO
P.O.B. OR BK 159 P. 93-94.
"[OR BK 58 P 53, 564; OR BK 59 P. "
"29, 30; OR BK 60 P. 528; OR BK 63
P. 657; OR BK 64 P. 207-208; OR BK
"65 P 607; OR BK 151 P. 327, 328.] "


----------------- ------------- --------
25-07-13-0000-0000-00900 219 $159.73
ROBERTS ABBIE HEIRS
0040.00 ACRES,
N1/2 OF GOVT LOT 10.
------------------------ -----
17-06-14-0028-OOAO-00320 "* 220 '$59.69
"GALEONE VICTOR B., BISHOP "
0001.00 ACRES
"LOT 32-A, UNRECORDED ADDITION TO "
"SUWANNEE RIVER BEND SUBD., FURTHER "
"DESC. AS: COM. AT SE COR OF LOT 32,"
"SUWANNEE RIVER BEND SUBD., PB A P."
"22, PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., "
"FL.;TH. S.02*10'14"W. ALONG AN "
EXTENSION OF THE EAST LINE OF SAID
"LOT, 40 FT. TO S. RIGHT OF WAY LINE"
OF RIVER ROAD & PO.B.; TH. CONT.
"S.02*10'14""W. 436 FT.; TH. N.87"49"
"46""W. 100 FT.;TH. N.02*10'14""E.
436 FT. TO SAID S. RIGHT OF WAY
'LINE; TH. S.87"49'46""E. ALONG SAID "
RIGHT OF WAY LINE 100 FT. TO RO.B.
OR BK 226 P. 180-181.
LYING IN SEC. 17 & 20.

17-06-14-0028-OOAO-00330 *** 221 $59.69
"GALEONE VICTOR B., BISHOP "
0001.00 ACRES
"LOT 33-A, UNRECORDED ADDITION TO "
"SUWANNEE RIVER BEND SUBD., FURTHER "
DESC. AS: COM. AT SE COR. OF LOT
"33, SUWANNEE RIVER BEND SUBD., PB A"
"P. 22, PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE "
"CO., FL.;TH. RUN S.02*10'14""W. '
ALONG AN EXTENSION OF THE EAST LINE
OF SAID LOT, 40 FT. TO S. RIGHT "
OF WAY LINE OF RIVER ROAD & RO.B.;
"TH. CONT. S.02*10'14""W. 436 FT.; "
"TH. N.87*49'46""W. 100 FT.; TH. N.
"02"10'14"E. 436 FT.TO SAID S.
"RIGHT OF WAY LINE; TH. S.87"49'46"""
E. ALONG SAID RIGHT OF WAY LINE
100 FT. TO PO.B. OR BK 226 P. 180-
181

19-06-14-0000-0000-00200 *** 223 $106.88
"ROSEN VIRGINIA LEE, DAV.IDN, "
0038.00 ACRES
4/5THS INT. IN & TO SE1/4 OF NE1/4.
LESS ROAD RIGHT OF WAY. OR BK 38 P.
404; OR BK 45 P. 794.
------------------------------- ---- -
19-06-14-0028-OODO-00020 226 $318.02
HOLIFIELD JASON G
0010.01 ACRES.
"LOT 2-D, UNRECORDED ADDITION TO "
SUWANNEE RIVER.BEND SUBDIVISION
FURTHER DESC. AS: COM. AT NE COR.
"OF NE1/4, 19-06-14; TH. S.89*55'19""" .
"W. ALONG N. BDY. OF SAID NE1/4, "
2193.97 FT. TO RO.B.; TH. CONT.
"S.89"55'19""W. ALONG SAID N. BDY. *
468.86 FT. TO NW COR: OF SAID
"NE1/4; TH. S.00*24'38""E. ALONG "
"W. BDY. OF SAID NE1/4,.960 FT.; TH."
"N.89*55'19""E. PARALLEL TO SAID
"N. BDY. 466.80 FT.; TH. N.00*03'52"""
"E. 30 FT.; TH. N.00*24'28""W.
930 FT.TO N. BDY. OF SAID NE1/4
AND P.O.B. SUBJECT TO & TOGETHER
"WITH EASEMENT FOR INGRESS, EGRESS "
& PUBLIC UTILITIES; TOGETHER WITH
A RECREATION EASEMENT. OR BK 37 P
414-415; OR BK 216 P. 180-182; OR
BK 217 P. 420-422.

19-06-14-0028-OODO-00030 227 $271.77
SMITH TALMADGE C JR
0005.00 ACRES
"W1/2 OF LOT 3-D, UNRECORDED ADD.TO"-
"SUWANNEE RIVER BEND SUBDIVISION, "
FURTHER DESC. AS THE W1/2 OF
FOLLOWING DESC. PROPERTY: COM. AT
NE COR. OF NE1/4 OF 19-06-14; TH.
"S.89*55'19""W. ALONG N. BDY. OF SAID"
"NE1/4, 1725.11 FT. TO P.O.B.; TH. "
"CONT. S.89*55'19""W. ALONG SAID N. "
"BDY., 468.86 FT.; TH. S.00*16'13""E."
"960 FT.; TH. N.89*55'19""E. PARALLEL"
"TO SAID. N. BDY., 468.86 FT.; TH. N."
"00"16'13""W. 960 FT.TO N. BDY. OF "
SAID NE1/4 AND RO.B. SUBJECT TO &
TOGETHER WITH EASEMENT FOR INGRESS
& EGRESS. OR BK 36 P. 504 & 586; OR
BK 114 P. 469-470;.OR BK 189 P.
"342-343, 344-345, 346-348.
----------------- ---- ------------------
19-06-14-0028-OODO-00031 228 $218.48
BLACKWELL STEPHEN ALAN &
0005.00 ACRES
"E1/2 OF LOT3-D, UNRECORDED
ADDITION TO SUWANNEE RIVER BEND
"SUBD., FURTHER DESC. AS: E1/2 OF "
FOLLOWING: COM. AT NE COR. OF
"NE1/4, 19-06-14; TH. S.89*55'19""W."
":ALONG N. BDY OF SAID NE1/4, 1725.11"
"FT TO RO.B.; TH. CONT S.89*55'19"""
W. ALONG SAID N. BDY. 468.86 FT.;
"TH. S.00*16'13""E. 960 FT.;.TH. N. "
"89"55'19""E. PARALLEL TO SAID N. "
"BDY 468.86 FT.; TH. N.00*16'13""W.
.960 FT. TO N. BDYOF SAID NE1/4 TO .
CLOSE ON RO.B. TOGETHER WITH &
SUBJECT TO EASEMENT FOR THE
"PURPOSE OF INGRESS, EGRESS &
PUBLIC UTILITIES. OR BK 46 P 685;
"OR BK 57 P 186, 227-228; OR BK "
.208 P. 46-47; OR BK 225 P. 424-425.
---- --------- -- -- ---
19-06-14-0028-OODO-00150 229 $252.03
EAKINS SHIRLEY I
0005.01 ACRES
"LOT 15-D, UNRECORDED ADDITION TO "
* "SUWANNEE RIVER BEND SUBD., FURTHER "
DESC. AS: COM. AT NE COR. 19-06-14;
"TH. S.00"45'34""E. ALONG E. BDY. OF "
"SAID SECTION, 122.86 FT.; TH. S.77""
"53'16""E. 235.77 FT.; TH. S.00*16' "
"13""E. 787.36 FT.; TH. S:89*55'19""W."
PARALLEL TO N. BDY. OF NE1/4 OF
"SAID SECTION, 208.14 FT.TO P.O.B.;"
"TH. CONT. S.89*55'19""W. 739.10 FT.;"
"TH. S.00"16'13""E. 329,37 FT.;TH. *
"N.89"21'47""E. 739.11. FT.; TH. N.00"
"16'13""W. 322.15 FT.TO CLOSE ON "
RO.B. SUBJECT TO & TOGETHER WITH
AN EASEMENT FOR THE PURPOSE OF
INGRESS & EGRESS & PUBLIC UTILITIES
OR BK 43 P. 83-84; OR BK 121 P. 107
-109; OR BK 189 P. 490-492.
------------------------- -
20-06-14-0028-00DO-00080 230 $242.30
SMITH TALMADGE C JR
0005.60 ACRES
"LOT 8-D, UNRECORDED ADDITION TO "
"SUWANNEE RIVER BEND SUBDIVISION, "
FURTHER DESC. AS: COM. AT NW COR.
"OF NW1/4, 20-06-14; TH. S.00"45'34""" .
"E. ALONG W. BDY. OF SAID NW1/4, "
"92.09 FT; TH. S.77"53'16""E. "
236.04 FT. TO P.O.B.; TH. CONT.
"S.77"53'16""E. 47.03 FT.;TH. S.73" "
"41'57""E. 331.50 FT; TH. S.00" "
"16'13""E. 744.66 FT.;TH. S.89"55'19"
W. 363.67 FT.;TH. N.00"16'13
W. 848.07 FT.TO P.O.B. SUBJECT TO
& TOGETHER WITH EASEMENT FOR
INGRESS & EGRESS & PUBLIC
UTILITIES. OR BK 75 P. 138; OR BK
157 P. 151; OR BK 165 P. 277-279;
OR BK 166 P.77-79; OR BK 189 P.
"342-343, 344-345, 346-348.

"28-06-14-0052-0010-00080 HX 231 $1,364.77"
LEDGERWOOD FRANK A
0001.00 ACRES
"LOT 8, FOREST GLADES, UNIT 1, PB A "
"P. 49-51, PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE"
"CO., FL. OR BK 67 P. 428; OR BK 74 "
P.799; OR BK 89 P. 646; OR BK 152
P. 446-448.

"28-06-14-0052-0020-00160 232 $1,022.58"
CLARK KENNETH R & ANITA M
0001.01 ACRES
"LOT 16, FOREST GLADES, UNIT 2, PB A"
"P. 62-64, PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE"
"CO., FL. W. 10 FT. SUBJECT TO
UTILITY EASEMENT. OR BK 61 P 184;
OR BK 62 P. 25; OR BK 63 P. 214; OR
BK 66 P. 86; OR BK 78 P. 769; OR BK


87 P. 488 & 736; OR BK 90 P.49; OR
BK 91 P.733; OR BK 126 P 52 & 54;
OR BK 160 P. 352.-

28-06-14-0052-0020-00470 *" 233 $78.05
MULLER A J
0001.95 ACRES
"LOTS 47 & 48, FOREST GLADES, UNIT 2"
"PB A P. 62-64, PUBLIC RECORDS, '
"LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK 93 P 106."
1------------------------------
29-06-14-0000-0000-00706 234 $942.77
TAYLOR KENNETH 0 HEIRS
0017.67 ACRES
COM. AT SW COR. OF 29-06-14; TH. N.
"00"24'59""W. 1332.64 FT.; TH. S.89" "
"26'25""E. 1092.02 FT. TO P.O.B.; TH."
"$'.00"20'19""W. 636.31 FT.; TH. S.89""
"26'25""E. 1208.53 FT.; TH. S.00*20' "
"19""E. 636.31 FT.;TH. N.89*26'25""W."
1208.53 FT. TO CLOSE ON RO.B. OR
BK 58 P. 614-615; OR BK 121 P.346-
347; OR BK 141 P.464; OR BK 210
"P. 160, LIFE ESTATE, THEN VINCENT "
E'TAYLOR.


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29-06-14-0000-0000-00710 HX 235 $916.86
EAKINS LAWRENCE W &
0001.00 ACRES
"COM AT SW COR., TH. S.89-53'10""E.
"2642.08 FT.; TH. N.00'20'19""W.
1312.04 FT. TO P.O.B.; TH. N.89'26'
"25""W. 208.75 FT.; TH. N.00*20'19"-W."
"208.75 FT.; TH., S.89*26'25"E.
'208.75 FT.; TH. S.00'20'19"E.
208.75 FT. TO CLOSE ON RO.B. OR BK
51 PR 454; OR BK 131 P. 445-447; OR
BK 133 R 143-144.
............................................
31-06-14-0000-0000-00100 *** 236 $75.62
DRIVER BOBBY N
0008.00 ACRES
BEG. AT NE COR. OF NE1/4 OF NE1/4;
TH. S. 264 FT.; W. 1320 FT.; N.
264 FT.; TH. E. 1320 FT. TO CLOSE
ON RO.B. OR BK 37 P 447.
..........-.............. ..... .........
31-06-14-0000-0000-00101 -*" 237 $37.46
DRIVER LARRY 0
0008.00 ACRES
BEG. AT NE COR. OF NE1/4 OF NE1/4;
TH. S. 264 FT. TO RO.B.; TH. S.
264 FT.; W. 1320 FT.;TH. N. 264
FT.; TH. E. 1320 FT. BACK TO RO.B.
OR BK 37 P. 449; OR BK 66 P.740;
OR BK 131 P. 113.

04-07-14-0045-0000-00240 "*** 239 $118.25
LIPHAM ERDINE & PERRY
0003.30 ACRES
"LOTS 24 & 25, SUWANNEE RIVER
"COUNTRY, PB A P. 35, PUBLIC
"RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL, OR BK "
71 PR 718; OR BK 60 P.734; LESS
.14 AC. FOR ROAD RIGHT OF WAY AS
DESC. IN OR BK 94 P.519; OR BK 133
P. 139; OR BK 134 P. 149.
...............................
04-07-14-0045-0000-00610 242 $808.04
DELISI NATE LIFE TRUST
0001.25 ACRES
"LOT 61, SUWANNEE RIVER COUNTRY, PB "
A P. 35-36, PUBLIC RECORDS,
"LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK 55 P.317;"'
OR BK 79 P 585; OR BK 96 P. 11.

07-07-14-0000-0000-01100 HX 243 $339.57
WILLIAMS TIMOTHY C
0020.00 ACRES
COM. AT SE COR. OF 07-07-14; TH.
"S.89*42'33""W. ALONG S. LINE OF SAID"
SECTION 1550 FT. TO RO.B.; TH.
"CONT. S.89"42'33"W. 666 FT;H. N.00*"
"18'24""W. PARALLEL WITH E. LINE OF
SAID SECTION 1309.14 FT.TO S.
RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF CO. RD. #342;
"TH. N.89"52'50"E. ALONG SAID RIGHT "
"OF WAY 666 FT.; TH. S.0018'24""E.
1307.15 FT. TO CLOSE ON RO.B. OR
BK 62 P.82; OR BK 97 P. 183; OR
BK 158 P.303-313.

07-07-14-0060-0000-00020 244 $411.15
TACKETT DAVID & LAUREL
0001:00 ACRES
"LOTS 2 & 3, OLD LAFAYETTE, PB A P.R
"71, PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., "
FL. OR BK 59 P. 246; OR BK 73 P.
128; OR BK 89 P. 25; OR BK 164 P.
486

07-07-14-0060-0000-00050 HX 245 $178.67
O'STEEN EVERETT 0
0001.00 ACRES
"LOTS 5 & 6, OLD LAFAYETTE, PB A P.R"
"71, PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO.,"
FL. OR BK 57 R 33; OR BK 63 P. 438
OR BK 66 P. 335; OR BK 74 P.409 &
'594; COURT CASE 92-77CA, OR BK 92 P"
630; OR BK 94 P.72-73; OR BK 103
"P. 290-291; OR BK 143 P. 155, 178- "
179; OR BK 204 R 248-249; OR BK
"209 R 161,162 & 163.

'07-07-14-0060-0000-00190 HX 246 $1,117.37"
LANGFORD ALLEN H & CYNTHIA E
0006.79 ACRES
"LOTS 19 & 20, OLD LAFAYETTE, PB A P"
"71, PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., "
"FL. OR BK 80 P.379, 571 & 572; OR "
BK 110 R 370-371; OR BK 131 PR 68-
69; OR BK 184 P.78 & 79.


08-07-14-0000-0000-00206 247 $377.75
LAMBERT ThESSIE E
0001.00 ACRES
"A PARCEL OF LAND IN NW1/4 OF NE1/4,"
08-07-14: COM. AT NW COR. OF NW1/4
"OF NE1/4, 08-07-14; TH. N.89"46'11.""
E. ALONG N. LINE OF NW1/4 OF NE1/4
"OF SAID SECTION, 534.35 FT. TO
"PO.B.; TH. CONT N.89'46'11""E.
"132 FT.;TH. S.0"13'40""E. PARALLEL "
WITH E. LINE OF NW1/4 OF NE1/4 OF
SAID SECTION 330 FT.; TH. S.89'46'
"11""W. 132 FT.;TH. N.0"13'40""W. "
330 FT. TO CLOSE ON P.O.B. LESS
CO. ROAD RIGHT OF WAY. OR BK 188 P
378-379.


"09-07-14-0000-0000-00103 HX 248 $2,870.88"
HOOLIHAN THOMAS P & KERREY R
0005.02 ACRES
"[LOT 10, KOOGLER'S] COM. AT NW COR."
"OF 09-07-14; TH. N.89'30'18"E. *
"1812.52 FT.;TH. S.17"09'17""E.
"2795.14 FT.; TH. S.63"40'23""E.
775.19 FT. TO RO.B.; TH. N.28*49'
"12""E. 677.77 FT.; TH S.30*23'25"'E."
87.80 FT. ALONG TOP OF SUWANNEE
"RIVER BANK; TH. S.61 31'50"E.
"119.20 FT; TH. S.51*05'59""E.'ALONG"
*BANK 62.06 FT.; TH. S.11 "40'05""W.
*631.54 FT.; TH. N.63*40'23""W.
442.40 FT. TO CLOSE ON P.O.B. OR
BK 71 P. 820; OR BK 78 P. 26-27;
"OR BK 161 R 274-275, 276-277.
SUBJECT TO & TOGETHER WITH
EASEMENTS FOR INGRESS & EGRESS.
OR BK 177 R 216-217; OR BK 223 P
216-218.

"09-07-14-0000-0000-00104 249 $2,474.26"
WRIGHT MARSHALL L & PHYLLIS M
0002.95 ACRES
"[LOT 11, KOOGLER'S] COM. AT NW COR."
"OF 09-07-14; TH N.89*30'18""E.
"1812.52 FT.; TH.S.17*09'17""E.
"2795.14 FT.; TH. S.63*40'23""E.
1217.59 FT.TO RO.B.; TH. N.11"40'
"05""E: 631.54 FT.; S.51*05'59""E. "
ALONG TOP BANK OF SUWANNEE RIVER;
"TH. S.00*16'55""W. 639.55 FT.; TH. *
"N.63*40'23""W. 284.09 FT. TO RO.B. "
OR BK 52 P. 456; OR BK 90 P. 256-
257; SUBJECT TO INGRESS & EGRESS
EASEMENT.
----- -- ---- -- --------- ----- ------
09-07-14-0030-00BO-00030 HX 250 $811.25
CROFT EDWIN F & PENNY E
0001.00 ACRES
"LOT 3, SUWANNEE BLUFFS SUBD., PB A,"
"P. 18 & 19, PUBLIC RECORDS,
"LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK 54 P 22;"
OR BK 73 P 91; OR BK 80 R 141;
OR BK 168 R 469.

"09-07-14-0030-00BO-00050 251 $2,142.73"
OLCOTT EARL
0000.64 ACRES
"LOT 5, SUWANNEE BLUFFS SUBD., PB A,"
"P. 18, PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE
"COUNTY, FL. OR BK 69 P. 385; OR BK"
84 P. 185; OR BK 112 P. 483; OR BK
151 P. 15-16.

10-07-14-0030-00CO-00380 253 $649.31
FOSTER BILL & ANNA B
0000.74 ACRES
"LOT 38, SUWANNEE BLUFFS SUBD., PB A'
"P. 18-19, PUBLIC RECORDS,
'LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK. 60 P.456;"
OR BK 105 R 338-339; OR BK 123 P
110

"11-07-14-0053-0010-00390 254 $1,536.05"
WALLACE ROLAND W & MARSHA D
0001.17 ACRES
"LOT 39, DEVIL'S ELBOW, UNIT ONE,
"PB A P. 52-53, PUBLIC RECORDS, "
"LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK 89 P. 272-"
273; OR BK 145 P.326; OR BK 167 P
72


13-07-14-0000-0000-00500 *" 255 $54.93
TYLER TERRY W
0002.20 ACRES
BEG. 600 FT. S. OF NW COR. OF GOVT.
LOT 3; TH. RUN S. 390 FT.; TH. RUN
9. TO WATER'S EDGE OF SUWANNEE
RIVER; TH. ALONG WATER'S EDGE IN
N'LY DIRECTION APPROXIMATELY 390 FT
TH. RUN WEST TO CLOSE ON PO.B.
OR BK 40 P 377; OR BK 134 P. 367.
------------------------------------------------
14-07-14-0041-00AO-00070 *" 256 $60.49
FISHER ALVIN L
0001.02 ACRES
"LOT A-7, HIDDEN ACRES, PB A P.34,"
"PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL. "
OR BK 67 P. 507; DC/OR BK 218 P 90;
OR BK 218 P.91-92.

14-07-14-0041-00AO-00080 "* 257 $60.49
ALC INVESTMENTS INC
0001.02 ACRES
"LOT A-8, HIDDEN ACRES, PB A P 34,"
"PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL.
OR BK 55 P 839; OR BK 51 P. 760;
OR BK 53 P 810; OR BK 54 P.461;
OR BK 93 P 368; OR BK 220 P. 156.;
OR BK 223 P.353-354.
...........-----------------------------------.
14-07-14-0041-00AO-00200 *" 258 $63.27
ALC INVESTMENTS INC
0001.09 ACRES
'LOT A-20, HIDDEN ACRES, PB A R 34,"
"PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL.
OR BK 61 P. 496; OR BK 212 P. 196;
OR BK 213 P. 258; OR BK 224 PR 488.
..............................................
14-07-14-0041-OOAO-00210 '*" 259 $63.27
ALC INVESTMENTS INC
0001.09 ACRES
"LOT A-21, HIDDEN ACRES, PB A P. 34,"
"PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL."
OR BK 61 P.496; OR BK 212 P. 196;
OR BK 213 P. 258; OR BK 224 PR 488.
------------------.----........................
14-07-14-0041-OOAO-00360 "*" 260 $63.27
YON PATRICIA M
0001.09 ACRES
"LOT A-36, HIDDEN ACRES, PB A P.34,"
"PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL. "
OR BK 66 P. 44; OR BK 179 P 206;
OR BK 214 P.428-429; OR BK 218 P.
441

14-07-14-0041-OOAO-00370 261 $193.08
YON PATRICIA M
0004.36 ACRES
"LOTS A-37, A-38, A-39 & A-40,
"HIDDEN ACRES, PB A P.34, PUBLIC
"RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK "
66 P. 56; OR BK 215 P 414 & 415-416
OR BK 218 P.442.
-------.-.- .----------- -.---.-.-----
14-07-14-0041-00AO-00430 *** 262 $61.29
SJOBLOM DEBRA G &
0001.04 ACRES
"LOT A-43, HIDDEN ACRES, PB A P.34,"
"PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL. "
OR BK 66 P. 32.



14-07-14-0041-00AO-00440 *** 263 $61.29
SJOBLOM JOHN F & C JOYCE
0001.04 ACRES
"LOT A-44, HIDDEN ACRES, PB A P.34,"
"PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL."
OR BK 66 P 24.

14-07-14-0041-00AO-00450 ***" 264 $61.29
SJOBLOM RAGAN D &
0001.04 ACRES
"LOT A-45, HIDDEN ACRES, PB A P. 34,"
"PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL. "
OR BK 66 R 28.

16-07-14-0000-0000-00902 HX -" 265 $126.29
IVY DEBORAH COLEY
0005.00 ACRES
S1/2 OF SW1/4 OF SW1/4 OF SW1/4.
LESS ANY EXISTING ROAD RIGHT-OF-WAY
OR BK 81 P.72; OR BK 116 P.361.
[PROPERTY DEEDED TO DEBORAH SUE .
COLEY]


17-07-14-0000-0000-00300 "*** 266 $102.96
FARMLAND PROPERTIES INC
0020.00 ACRES
N1/2 OF SE1/4 OF NE1/4. DB 47 P
418-421; OR BK 126 P.484; OR BK
"224 P. 141-142, 143-144.

,17-07-14-0000-0000-01101 HX 268 $574.06
JAMES LAURICE
0005.00 ACRES
E1/2 OF SE1/4 OF SW1/4 OF SW1/4.
OR BK 46 P. 729; LESS RIGHT OF WAY.
OR BK 54 R 304; OR BK 71 P. 371;
OR BK 171 P 82-83.
--------------------------------------- --
17-07-14-0062-0000-00090 270 $136.01
HURST J EDWARD
0001.67 ACRES
"LOTS 9 & 11, EDWARD'S SUBD.,
"PB A P. 79, PUBLIC RECORDS,
"LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK
59 P. 82; OR BK 58 P 160; OR BK
110 P. 362-363; OR BK 122 P. 319;
OR BK 154 P. 360; OR BK 158 P 14;
"OR BK 183 P. 276-277, 388.

20-07-14-0000-0000-00304 HX 271 $135.67
WILLIAMS CAROLYN
0001.00 ACRES
N1/2 OF E. 210 FT. OF S. 420 FT.
OF NE1/4 OF SE1/4 OF SE1/4. OR BK
57 P. 607.
----------------------------------.---.. .......
20-07-14-0000-0000-00700 HX 272 $281.02
MOSLEY FRANK & LINDA MAE
0010.84 ACRES
"THE S. 880 FT. OF SE1/4 OF NW1/4, "
"20-07-14, LYING W. OF COUNTY GRADED'
ROAD. LESS & EXCEPT THE W. 550 FT.
THEREOF. PLUS: THE S. 130 FT. OF E.
210 FT. OF N. 440 FT. OF SE1/4 OF
NW1/4 LYING W. OF COUNTY GRADED
ROAD. SUBJECT TO ALL EXISTING ROAD
RIGHT OF WAYS. OR BK 34 P. 497; OR
BK 91 P 299.

21-07-14-0000-0000-00501 HX 274 $439.97
KIMBRELL ELVIN R
0005.00 ACRES
S1/2 OF NW1/4 OF NW1/4 OF NW1/4. OR
*BK 86 P 689; OR BK 106 P. 9-10, "
257-260. LESS & EXCEPT ROAD RIGHT
OF WAY.

26-07-14-0027-0010-00010 275 $263.14
GEISEL NANCY L
0000.32 ACRES
"LOT 1, INDIAN SPRINGS ESTATES, UNIT"
"NO 1, PB A P.31, PUBLIC RECORDS, "
"LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK 56 R 141."

31-07-14-0000-0000-00206 *"* 276 $35.98
VASALLO EDDY & BEATRIZ AND
0000.23 ACRES
THE W. 30 FT. OF FOLLOWING DESC.
PROPERTY: BEG. AT NE COR. OF NE1/4
"OF NW1/4, 31-07-14; TH. S. 330 FT.;"
TH. W. 690 FT.; TH. N.330 FT.; TH.
E. 690 FT. TO CLOSE ON P.O.B.
OR BK 159 P. 193; OR BK 200 P. 451-
"452, 460-461, 462-463, 466-467,
"468, 469-471, 472.

31-07-14-0099-0000-00020 277 $897.84
JACKS JONATHAN E; RALPH E
0006.06 ACRES
"LOT 2, HATCHBEND OAKS, PB A P. 150,"
"PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL.
OR BK 154 P.458; OR BK 165 P. 242-
243; OR BK 177 P.268; OR BK 195 IP.
305

33-07-14-0065-0000-00020 "*** 280 $36.09
JONES 0 C & PATRICIA
0000.54 ACRES
"PARCEL ""2"' HURST HAVEN NORTH, AN
"UNRECORDED SUBD., FURTHER DESC. AS:"
COM. AT NE COR. OF SE1/4 OF SW1/4;
"TH. N.89'42'49""W. 30 FT. TO INTER. "
WITH W'LY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF
"RIVER ROAD; TH. S.00*04'10""W. 130 "
'FT.TO PRO.B.; TH. S.00'04'10"W.
"100 FT.; TH. N.89'42'49"W. 235.39 "
*FT.; TH. N.00*04'10""E. 100 FT.;TH."
"S.89'42'49""E. 235.39 FT. BACK TO "
P.O.B. OR BK 54 P. 381.


34-07-14-0037-0000-00530 HX 281 $237.04
MILLER ANNA
0003.29 ACRES
"LOTS 53 & 54, MAJESTIC SUWANNEE "
"RIVER OAKS, UNIT 1, PB A P. 33-A, "
"PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL. "
OR BK 35 P. 453; OR BK 40 P. 339;
OR BK 60 P.403; OR BK 90 P. 661;
OR BK 115 P. 209-210; OR BK 137 P
219; OR BK 143 P. 30.
................................................
34-07-14-0037-0000-00880 *" 282 $88.78
ALC INVESTMENTS INC
0002.31 ACRES
"LOT 88, MAJESTIC SUWANNEE RIVER "
"OAKS, UNIT 1, PB A P. 33A, PUBLIC
"RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK "
56 P. 271; OR BK 220 P. 160; OR BK
223 P. 337-338.

34-07-14-0037-0000-00890 *** 283 $60.90
HERTZER B D INC
0002.29 ACRES
'LOT 89, MAJESTIC SUWANNEE RIVER "
"OAKS, UNIT 1, PB A P 33A, PUBLIC
,"RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK
43 P. 141-144; OR BK 123 P. 103-105
OR BK 139 PR 317; OR BK 151 P.
343-347; OR BK 168 P.488-489; OR
BK 209 P. 75.
------------.-.--------......................
34-07-14-0037-0000-00910 *** 284 $61.25
HERTZER B D INC
0002.31 ACRES
"LOT 91, MAJESTIC SUWANNEE RIVER "
"OAKS, UNIT 1, PB A P 33A, PUBLIC "
"RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK "
43 P. 141-144; OR BK 123 P 106-108;
OR BK 139 P. 317; OR BK 151 P.
343-347; OR BK 168 P. 488-489; OR
BK 188 P.45-46; OR BK 207 P.72-
73; OR BK 209 P.75.

34-07-14-0037-0000-01010 *"* 285 $56.03
ALC INVESTMENTS INC
0001.21 ACRES
"LOT 101, MAJESTIC SUWANNEE RIVER
"OAKS, UNIT 1, PB A P. 33A, PUBLIC "
- "RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL. OR BK "
36 P. 868; OR BK 65 P. 92; OR BK
220 P. 159; OR BK 223 PR 345-346.

34-07-14-0037-0000-01190 286 $186.72
VOGEL CARL AND.
0005.60 ACRES
"LOTS 119 & 120, MAJESTIC SUWANNEE "
"RIVER OAKS, UNIT 1, PB A R 33A, "
"PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL."
OR BK 42 P. 704; OR BK 55 P. 264;
OR BK 146 P. 488.































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