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Established 1881


I SUMMER COUNTY


INSIDE
Calendar ............. 17


Church .....
Obituaries ..
Police Report


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Tidbits ............... 9


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THURSDAY, MAY 11, 2UU6


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Body


identified


Decomposed body of St. Pete man found near 1-75


BOB REICHMAN
Editor

Sheriff's investigators
Tuesday afternoon identified
the body of a black man found
last weekend off a secluded
road in Bushnell just west of
Interstate 75.
The badly decomposed
body was determined to be
Robert Lee Preston, 30, St.
Petersburg.
Preston died of a gunshot
wound and then his body is
believed to have been
dragged into woods along the
roadside, according to sher-
iff's Lt. Bobby Caruthers.
Authorities are considering
the death a homicide but
have not established a
motive. They are not releas-
ing how many wounds were
found on the body
The body was discovered
about I p.m. Sunday, May 7,
by Bushnell Police Corp.
Doug Cooper.
Cooper said he was on rou-
tine patrol when he noticed
something shiny along
County Road 311W "It looked
like waxed paper from a dis-
tance."
Cooper said as he got clos-
er, he thought it was a bag
entangled in vines and weeds
on the side of the road.
As Cooper approached, "I
started smelling a strong


Robert Lee Preston
odor...it took me a few sec-
onds to realize it was a
deceased human and .what I
thought was waxed paper was
actually a person's back."
Initially, it was difficult to
determine how the body was
positioned because of the
extent of decomposition, he
said.
Cooper said the body was
face down, clad in sweat-
pants, dark jeans and white
tennis shoes with a T-shirt.
The feet were crossed at the
ankles and both arms were
tucked under the body.
Investigators believe the
body was dragged into the
underbrush causing the shirt
to ride up toward the face.
There was no sign of a strug-
gle.
Cooper notified the sher-


iff's department and an
investigation was launched.
The medical examiner's
office performed an autopsy
Monday, Caruthers said. The
body had been in the bushes
about two weeks.
A wallet was recovered that
included identification infor-
mation that investigators
began checking, according to
sheriff's Lt. Bobby Caruthers.
Tattoos and dental work also
helped identify Preston.
Tuesday, investigators went
to St. Petersburg and inter-
viewed people who knew
Preston. He had been report-
ed missing to the St.
Petersburg Police
Department, Caruthers said.
"About the last time anyone
remembered seeing him in
the St. Petersburg area was
around April 22."
.Anyone with information
about Preston's death should
contact the Sumter Counlty
Sheriff's Office Criminal
Investigation Division at 793-
2621, Det. Andy Wills or the
St. Petersburg Police
Department (727) 893-7164,
Det. Sgt. Mike Putez.
Persons with information
about the case can also call
the CrimeLine at 1-800-423-
TIPS (8477). CrimeLine is
offering up to a $1,000 reward
for information leading to the
arrest. Callers can remain
anonymous.


BOB REICHMAN/Sumler County Times
Sheriff's Lt. Bobby Caruthers stands beside the wooded area
where the body of an unidentified black man was discovered
Sunday afternoon.


Celebratig Cinco de Mayo


BRENDA LOCKLEAR
Staff Writer

South Sumter Middle
School celebrated Cinco de
Mayo from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m.
last week with guidance from
the Los' Latinos Club at the
school.
The middle school club
offered an entire event filled
with dance, music and food.
They shared tamales, enchi-
ladas, flautas, Mexican rice,
tacos and tres leches cake -
three-milk cake.
"Response was great," said
club sponsor SendiaPerez.
"We shared our culture and
everybody enjoyed it."
The club members shared
their cultural dance and
dress. They managed to create
authentic dresses after
fundraising.
Perez said they raffled a
canvas portrait, donated by
her husband Jose.


The event included a variety of
cultural foods including
tamales, enchiladas, Mexican
rice and tres leches cake.
The students purchased
their material and had the
outfits sewn, Perez said.
In past years, the teens in
the club followed up with
another celebration in high
school and were able to use
their same dresses, she said.
The club meets after school
on Friday, but spent some
extra time putting the event
together.
Perez said their goal is to
learn the culture and share it
with others.


The club members also
dressed in Selena-style, per-
forming a cumbia (more mod-
ern) dance to one of her songs.
The teens view the late Selena
(a musical performer) as a
role model and wanted to
share that information during
the event. They admire her
because she started off
singing her songs in Spanish
and was able to cross over and
sing her songs in English,
Perez said.
Faculty and staff were invit-
ed to attend the event, which
was a learning experience on
Mexican heritage.
Cinco de Mayo marks the
victory of the Mexican Army
over the French at the
"Batalla de Puebla" in 1862.
The day came to represent a
symbol of Mexican unity and
patriotism and came to be
known as simply "5 de Mayo."
Some people incorrectly
Please see CINCO, Page 2


Amalinalli Cortez and Zaltzin Barbiere, Lizabeth Rodriguez
(front to back) are members of the Los' Latinos Club at South
Sumter Middle School. The students shared the Mexican cul-
ture with faculty and staff through a Cinco de Mayo gathering
that included dance, food and more.


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The Los' Latinos Club meets Fridays at South Sumter Middle School. The students learn about the Mexican culture, sharing it with others. This year they host-
ed a Cinco de Mayo gathering for the faculty and staff at the school.


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Coach

convicted

of child

sex charges

AMANDA MIMS
Staff Writer

A former Lady Lake soccer
coach was found guilty on
seven molestation charges by
a Sumter County jury May 3,
after a three-day trial.
Steven Keith
Oliver, 32, was
convicted of six
counts of sexual
battery on a
child under 18
by a person with
familial or cus-
todial authority
and one count of Oliver
lewd and lasciv-
ious acts on a child under 16.
Sentencing is scheduled
before Circuit Judge William
Hallman on May 18 at 1:30
p.m.
Oliver could face a maxi-
mum of life in prison.
Oliver was arrested Oct. 26,
2005, when he turned himself
in to the Sumter Sheriff's
Office after he was accused of
molesting two14-year-old girls
on multiple occasions. The
acts all reportedly occurred
in Oliver's home.
Last week, the jury of four
men and three women,
including one alternate,
heard testimony from the two
victims as well as several
other witnesses, including the
doctor and nurse who exam-
ined the girls last year when
the allegations surfaced.
The most crucial part of the
trial was the testimony of the
two victims, according to
Supervising Assistant State
Attorney Michael Lamberti.
During testimony, "the jury
was very respectful and atten-
tive. There was no reaction
one way or the other," he said.
"They did their job.
"Obviously, we're going to
ask for a very harsh sen-
tence."
Oliver's attorney, Julian

Please see COACH, Page 2

Panasoffkee

celebration

on Saturday
The public is invited to
attend a celebration focusing
on the history, restoration and
future preservation of Lake
Panasoffkee from 9 a.m. to 3
p.m., Saturday, May 13.
The event, which is free to
the public, is at the Marsh
Bend Outlet River Park on
the north side of the bridge on
County Road 470 in Sumter
County.
The celebration includes
educational activities for
adults and children, kids'
fishing activities, entertain-
ment and a "Lake PanPag'
pledge program.
The Sumter County
Extension Service Office,
which is organizing the cele-
bration, received a $5,000
grant from the Southwest
Florida Water Management

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PAGE 2, SUMTER COUNTY (FL) TIMES, THURSDAY, MAY 11, 2006


CINCO
continuedfrom Page 1

identify it with Mexican
Independence which was on
September 16, 1810 nearly a
fifty-year difference.
Over the years, Cinco de
Mayo has become commer-
cialized and many see this
holiday as a time for fun and
dance. Cinco de Mayo is cele-
brated on a much larger scale
here in the U.S. than it is in
Mexico. People of Mexican
descent in the U.S. celebrate
this day by having parades,
mariachi music, folklore
dance and other types of fes-
tive activities.
Some of the Los' Latino
Club members invited the fac-
ulty to try native dishes, some
danced and while others per-
formed a "Step" routine to
music.
Perez and Annie Wheeler
are sponsors of the Los'
Latino Club and worked with
the members and their par-
ents to put the program
together.
Officers installed
Lake-Sunrrter Community
College Foundation, Inc. Board
President, Jon Cherry, presi-
dent and CEO of Lifestream
Behavioral Center, turned over
the gavel to the new president,
Leigh Skehan, vice
president/marketing director,
Colonial Bank, at the LSCC
Foundation Annual Board
Meeting in April. J. Scott Berry,
owner, J. Scott Berry Skin Care
and Day Spa was installed as
president-elect; Kristen Knight,
manager, ATEX Distributing,
Inc. and Lee Ann Gilson, vice
president, CenterState Bank as
vice presidents; Mike Sleaford,
president and CEO, Colonial
Banks of Central Florida as
treasurer; Margo Odom, LSCC
Board of Trustees liaison, pub-
lic affairs manager for Sprint;
and Brandy Ziesemer, as LSCC
faculty liaison.
In addition to the installation
of board officers are 14 new
Board of Directors. The annual
meeting highlighted the accom-
plishments of the Foundation
over the past year, which includ-
ed raising $3,325,000 and award-
ing 761 scholarships totaling
$400,000 to LSCC students.


Memorial Day and AMVETS


Memorial Day and AMVETS


Members of the Los' Latino Club provided authentic decora-
tions for the event.


LAKE

continued from Page 1
District's 2006 Community
Education Grant Program to
help fund the event.
The grant funding comes
from the District's
Withlacoochee River Basin
Board, which includes por-
tions of Citrus, Hernando,
Levy, Marion, Pasco and
Sumter counties.
For more information
about the Lake Panasoffkee
Preservation Celebration,
call Susan Kelly, the county
extension director, at (352)
793-2728.


COACH
continued from Page 1

Harrison, said he planned to
file an appeal.
"Obviously, I was disap-
pointed, but I respect the
jury's decision."
Harrison said he will
argue for a lenient sentence,
but there would be "very
high recommended guide-
lines" for sentencing.
The investigation initially
began when the girls' par-
ents noticed they were
behaving differently,
Sheriff's Lt. Bobby Carut-


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S pith Memorial Day radeship, the AMVETS came
coming up, I thought it into being.
V would be a good time In 1944, a magazine article
to discuss the by Walter Davenport
AMVETS, who introduced the-group
they are and what and its aims: to pro-
they stand for. mote world peace, to
It was August preserve the
1943, two years American way of life,
before the end of .' and to help the veter-
World War II that an help himself.
the American .'.. In December 1944,
Veterans of World .4 nine groups met in
War II had its Kansas City and a
beginning. national organization
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were being mus- BILL The white clover,
tered out with bat- POLBURN meaning, "remember
tie wounds and me," was chosen as
medical dis- the official flower of
charges. The men found it nat- AMVETS. Found throughout
ural to seek out each other's the world, it symbolizes the
company. Out of such com- states from which U.S. Armed


Forces were drawn and the
worldwide battlefields on
which they fought
AMVETS membership is
open to all who were terminat-
ed by honorable discharge or
separation from any branch of
the armed forces since 1940.
AMVET Post 793 takes great
pride in hosting the Sumter
Volunteer Honor Guard. It is
comprised of AMVETS,
Legionnaires, and VFW mem-
bers.
To join AMVETS call
Howard May at 568-1013. To
join the Honor Guard or to
make reservations for a serv-
ice for your veteran call
Garfield Jones at 568-0090.
Polburn is PRO and second
vice commander of AMVET
Post 793.


LSCC has 21st Annual Gala Auction


hers said at the time of
Oliver's arrest.
Investigations revealed
that Oliver started forcing
himself on the girls in August
2004, he said.
At the time, Caruthers said
the sheriff's office was seek-
ing information from per-
sons with similar concerns
because Oliver befriended
league players and their fam-
ilies and participated in
cookouts and sleepovers.






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SUMTER COUNTY (FL) TIMES, THURSDAY, MAY 11, 2006, PAGE 3


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Attempted murder suspect surrenders


AMANDA MIMS
Staff Writer

A 21-year-old Leesburg man
accused of attempted murder
surrendered to police May 2,
after being surrounded at the
Wildwood Inn.
Dominiquye Kavaryus
McDonald was arrested with-
out incident after the hotel
was evacuated and surround-
ed by the Sumter SWAT and
Crisis Negotiating teams,

Refuse transfer

station headed

for Wildwood
AMANDA MIMS
Staff Writer

As Sumter County and its
cities continue to grow, so does
the area's need for solid waste
solutions.
On Monday, the Wildwood
City Commission approved a
site plan for a 19,000-square-
foot solid waste transfer sta-
tion along County Road 131 for
Xpress Materials/Specialized
Services, Inc.
Ted Graham, president of
Specialized Services, Inc., said
the facility would take in loads
from small route trucks and
transfer the waste to longer
trucks to be transported to a
landfill.
Wildwood Mayor Ed Wolf
supported the request
"I think it'll be an asset to the
community," he said.
Later, Graham said he does
not know yet how much
garbage will go through the
facility every day or exactly
where the waste would be
taken.
Graham said the idea of a
transfer station in Wildwood
"makes. sense.
"Sumter County is growing.
The Villages is growing.
Wildwood is growing. It makes
sense."
He said the facility would
reduce traffic from garbage
utrcks: -
"It will cut down on the num-
ber of small trucks you have
running," he said.
The facility is planned on
property zoned industrial,
adjacent to Xpress Materials
and an existing Waste
Management facility.
Graham said the company
has "no intention at all" of put-
ting a landfill in the communi-
ty.
In other business, the com-
mission held a first reading of
an ordinance to rezone 2.4
acres from county agriculture
to city commercial, where a
developer is planning to con-
struct a 6,000-square foot
building for a Sherwin-
Williams paint store. The prop-
erty is located on the south-
west cornier of U.S. Highway
301 and County Road 214,
about one mile south of County
Road 466; ... .....
Dennis Skopt, of DRP
Company. Tampa, said once
the store is built, there will be
about one acre of space left for
other commercial buildings.
He said the company develops
commercial property and
offers it to retailers through
long-term leases.
"We build these for the long
term.. .we keep them; we do not
sell them," he said.
"We always like to be a good
neighbor because we are here
for the long run."
Skopt said they hope to
begin construction on the
building this year.


according to the Sumter
Sheriff's Office.
McDonald was arrested
around 5 p.m. and charged
with attempted second-
degree murder, use of a
firearm in the commission of
a felony and possession of a
firearm by a convicted felon,
according to the sheriff's
office.
The incident happened
around 3 a.m., on May 1, at 111
Kristen Street in Leesburg,
according to Leesburg Police


Capt. Steve Rockefeller.
When police responded to a
call in reference to a shooting,
they "observed a black male
lying on his back in front of
the apartments."
The victim is McDonald's
girlfriend's father, Jerry
Brown, he said.
"Basically, it was...an argu-
ment type thing."
Just .before McDonald's
arrest, McDonald's girlfriend
showed up at the hotel in a
taxi.


She contacted him by cellu-
lar phone and a hostage nego-
tiator asked him to surrender,
according to the sheriff's
office.
"The Sumter County
Sheriff's Office was already
outside with us. She just hap-
pened to drive up,"
Rockafeller said.
In McDonald's room, police
found 111 grams of marijuana.
An investigation of additional
charges is pending, according
to the sheriff's office.


Dominiquye McDonald


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AMANDA MIMSISumter County Times
State forestry workers
respond to a 50-acre brush fire
last Friday afternoon along
State Road 44 near Wildwood.
The .fire originated behind
Three Flags RV Resort and
lasted about five hours,
according to Sumter County
Fire Rescue Deputy Chief
Brad Burris. Some homes
were threatened by the fire but
none were damaged, he said.
Burris said the cause of the
fire is under investigation.







Part of State Road 44 was
closed near Wildwood last
Friday afternoon due to heavy
smoke caused by a brush fire
between Interstate 75 and
U.S. Highway 301. The fire
burned about 50 acres and
lasted around five hours,
according to Sumter County
Fire Rescue Deputy Chief
Brad Burris.


SUMMER COUNTY (FL) TIMES, THURSDAY, MAY 11, 2006, PAGE 3


Preparing for the 'king of barbecue'


Minister Greg and Sister T.
C. Williams, as the Marriage
Ministry Leaders at New Life
Center Ministries (NLC) Inc.,
announces the 2nd .Annual
Area's Best- Bar-B-Que
Competition and Family Fun
Day, Saturday, May 20, at New
Life Center Ministries Activity
Area. In 2004, the late Brother
Frank Lucious Everett was
crowned King and Brother
Phillip James is the reigning
2005 King.
"We, the Marriage Ministry


at NLC, recognized a need to
strengthen families by
strengthening the bond
between father and sons.
Therefore, we invite fathers
and sons to bond together and
come compete to be crowned
"King Bar-B-Que Man" while
participating in a fellowship
of a friendly and spiritual
atmosphere. Every man and'
woman, has a tremendous
value of influence. The goal of
this competition is to teach
fathers and sons how to use


this power to achieve close-
ness and fulfillment in their
homes, work, communities
and churches," says Minister
Greg Williams.
The competition is open to
all father-and-son teams in
Sumter,, Lake and Marion.
"You do not have to be a mem-
ber of NLC to come and par-
ticipate in this family oriented
fellowship; under the leader-
ship of our pastor, Bishop
Leslie Hannah, he wouldn't
have it any other way,"


Minister Williams continues:
The day will be packed full
of family oriented activities
such as face painting, three-
legged races, pifiatas, arts and
crafts, bounce house big toy,
and a car wash (donations
accepted) sponsored by NLC
Youth Ministry. Free hotdogs,
hamburgers, baked beans,
potato salad, cold softdrinks,
water and, of course, BBQ for
all who attend.
Other competitions planned
for that day are 3-on-3 basket-


ball and horseshoes. The fam-
ily fun activities are free,
beginning at 10 a.m. and all
are welcome.
For more information and
to enter the scheduled compe-
titions, call New Life Center
Ministries at (352) 748-0433 for
Minister Greg and Sister TC
Williams.
Sponsored by New Life
Center Marriage Ministry in
collaboration with New Life
Center Youth Ministry and
Monday School.


Police REPR


Wednesday, May 3
Fernando Lopez, 31,
Wildwood, was arrested for
no valid driver's license.
Bond was set at $150.
Veronica Sorenson, 22,
Bushnell, was arrested for
petit theft $100 or more but
less than $300.
Bond was set at $2,500.
Michael Hanson, 20,
Bushnell, was arrested for
possession of marijuana
under 20 grams and posses-
sion of paraphernalia.
Bond was set at $2,500.
Kenneth Salyers, 22,
Bushnell, was arrested for
possession of marijuana
under 20 grams and posses-
sion of paraphernalia.
Bond was set at $2,500.
Walter Laird, 39, Lake


Panasoffkee, was arrested for
driving while license sus-
pended habitual.
Bond was set at $2,500.
Satish Patel, 36, Wildwood,
was arrested for three counts
of fraud, forgery and operat-
ing a motor vehicle without a
valid drivers: license.
Bond was set at $7,750.
Thursday, May 4
Michael Powell, 20,
Sumterville, was arrested for
battery.
Bond was set at $500.
Ralph Barry, 38, Center
Hill, was arrested for failure
to appear in court.
Bond was set at $2,000.
Friday, May 5
Juan Guerrero, 28, Lady
Lake, was arrested for driv-


ing while license suspended.
Bond was set at $10,000.
Mary Buchanan, 34,
Wildwood, was arrested for
trafficking in codine, posses-
sion of valium, possession of
hydrocodine and a Lake
County warrant.
Bond was set at $85,250.
Christopher McElorth, 20,
Wildwood, was arrested for
driving under the influence,
driving while license sus-
pended or revoked and giv-
ing alcoholic beverage to a
minor.
Bond was set at $1,500.
Jennifer Griggs, 39, Lake
Panasoffkee, was arrested for
resisting an officer without
violence and possession of
crack cocaine.
Bond was set at $2,500.


Saturday, May 6
William Judy, 49, Center
Hill, was arrested for posses-
sion of marijuana and pos-
session of drug parapherna-
lia.
Bond was set at $1,000.
Sunday, May 7
Gregory Denis Mangan, 44,
Wildwood, was arrested for
burglary of a conveyance,
petit theft and assault.
Bond was set at $5,500.
Jerome Johnson, 30,
Wildwood, was arrested for
domestic battery.
No bond was set.
Vernod Platt, 32, Wildwood,
was arrested for domestic
battery.
No bond was set.
Robert Hunt, 46, Bushnell,


was arrested for driving
under the influence.
Bond was set at $500.
Desiree Krye, 20, Webster,
was arrested for possession
of marijuana, possession of
paraphernalia, driving while
license suspended, posses-
sion of counterfeit substance
and two warrants.
Bond was set at $7,000.
Monday, May 8
Adam Ramos, 19, Oxford,
was arrested for trespassing
on school grounds, burglary
and criminal mischief.
Bond was set at $6,500.
Joseph Pavey, 21, Bushnell,
was arrested for driving
while license suspended and
failure to appear.
Bond was set at $1,000.
Zane Robinson, 19,


Bushnell, was arrested for
violation of probation.
No bond was set.
Daniel Franczek, 18,
Wildwood, was arrested for
trespassing on school
grounds, burglary and crimi-
nal mischief.
Bond was set at $6,500.
Lincoln Watson, 60,
Wildwood, was arrested for
domestic battery.
No bond was set.
Robert McIntyre, 28,
Wildwood, was arrested for
driving while license sus-
pended.
Bond was set at $500.
Carol Lancaster, 33,
Webster, was arrested for
burglary, petit theft and crim-
inal mischief.
Bond was set at $4,000.


Watermelon


time is here

Mark your calendar, dress
cool and get ready for some free
rides, great food and fun!
It's time for the Sumter
Watermelon Festival and carni-
val.
The event is set for Saturday,
May 27, at the Sumter County
Fairgrounds. The event is slated
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Ice cold, sweet, ripe and so
juicy you have to fight to keep it
from running down your arms
when you take a bite that's a
good watermelon.
The Sumter Watermelon
Festival is being hosted by
Sumterville residents John and
Brenda Curran.
Involved in promotions
around the state, including
Leesburg's recent Bike Fest, the
couple wanted to help create an
event in their own community,
so they decided to invite the
public out to a watermelon festi-
val.
While they'll be plenty to buy,
from great festival foods to arts
and crafts, the Currans are host-
ing the carnival rides, so every-
body rides free.
They hope to make this an
annual event for county resi-
dents.
Mrs. Curran said the
Watermelon Queens are expect-
ed to make an appearance.
There'll be contests, prizes
and family fun and in addition
to the free carnival rides, brave
souls, willing to pay a fee, can
climb aboard the mechanical
bull for a blast.
The carnival will include
eight rides. There'll be arts and
crafts items from concrete
fountains, to flags and candles.
Gate admission to the event is
$5 per person and parking is
free. Admission for children
under 12 is $3 per person and
children under age 3 are admit-
ted free.


Family fair


planned

The Area 13 Family Care
Council will host a family
forum/provider fair for the
developmentally disabled
who are receiving services,
on the waiting list, or those
new to the area, from 9 a.m. to
1 p.m. Saturday, May 13, at the
Oak Park Middle School, 2101
South St. (44 bypass),
Leesburg.
There will be presentations
of interest along with
provider displays, and repre-
sentatives from the Area 13
Agency For Persons With
Disabilities Program Office
will be available to answer
questions.
The sponsors of this forum
are Sunrise ARC, Leesburg
and Sumter County ARC,
Bushnell. .
It is an open format.


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SUMTER COUNTY







THE VOICE OF SUMTER COUNTY SINCE 1881

The editorial opinion expressed in the Sumter County Times is the opinion
of the news staff of this newspaper

Publisher.......................................Gerry Mulligan
Editor.............................................Bob Reichman
General Manager.............................Tricia Marks

204 E. McCollumAve.
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Our VOICE


Panasoffkee Preservation


Celebration set for Saturday


Lake Panasofikee is the site for
a first-time festival this Saturday
aimed at celebrating the ongoing
project of lake restoration, as well
as the lake's history and future
preservation.
The event should prove to be
interesting not only for its enter-
tainment value but also because it
should provide some insight into
environmental issues facing the
lake.
The celebration is scheduled to
get under way at 9 a.m. at Marsh
Bend Outlet River Park, on
County Road 413. The event con-
tinues until 3 p.m.
Additional parking will be pro-
vided with shuttle rides to the
park from the Lake Panasofikee
United Methodist Church on
County Road 470.
While the event focuses on
entertainment and fun, it will
probably also provide a good
g opportunity to find out the


answers to several confusing
issues surrounding the lake.
First off, Southwest Florida
Water Management District repre-
sentatives are scheduled to attend
the event. With the water district
recently announcing that they
were going to lower water levels
in Lake Panasoffkee in order to
improve water clarity, this should
be a good opportunity for resi-
dents to ask any questions they
may have.
The Lake Panasoffkee
Restoration Project is divided
into several phases and dredging
is scheduled to continue through
January 2008.
In addition, the event will offer
kids' fishing activities, entertain-
ment and a "Lake PanPal" pledge
program.
For more information, contact
Susan Kelly, county extension
director, at 793-2728.


Extension OFFICE


Practice food safety when


preparing poultry

Chicken again? That's probably mizes the chance of cross contaminat-
one of the most common ing other dishes. Once raw chicken
laments heard over and over at has been prepared, clean every sur-
dinnertime in homes throughout the face that has come in contact with the
nation. Chicken is one of chicken cutting board,
the most versatile and eco- ________ knives and other utensils,
nomical main dishes for dishes and most important-
people looking for nutri- ly, your hands. Vigilance in
tious and easy to fix meals. cleaning properly also pre-
But if not stored, cooked vents possible cross contam-
and cleaned correctly, .* nation.
chicken can cause food' Next properly and thor-
poisoning and other food oughly cook chicken to elim-
borne illnesses. Most food inate bacteria. A good rule
borne illnesses are caused : of thumb to follow is to cook
by food becoming contami- a whole chicken to 180
nated by its .handlers. degrees Fahrenheit as
There are a few simple MARTHA measured in the thigh using
ways to maintain a sani- MADDOX a food thermometer.
tary food preparation M Finally, be sure to store
area, and following poul- leftover chicken properly by
try handling guidelines can prevent wrapping it securely and storing in
the risk of contracting any food borne the refrigerator. Leftovers can be
illness associated with chicken such safely eaten up to three days after ini-
as salmonella. tially being cooked if thoroughly
First start with a clean work surface reheated. Never serve a dish after it
and restrict it to preparing chicken has reached room temperature. After
only. It is.a good idea to have a cutting an hour, throw away any remaining
board just for chicken or other poul- portions.
try because this way you know with- For more nutrition information con-
out a doubt that any uncooked chick- tact the University of Florida, IFAS,
en was contained in one spot while it Sumter County Extension Office at
was being prepared, and this mini- 352-793-2728.



Jean Wright settled in for a
spaghetti lunch. The volun-
teers raised an estimated
$500, between the fundraiser
and general donations for the
... Coleman Public Library.The
money will be used to pur-
chase new blinds for the
L I ... "library, as well as other items
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may question the apolitical
nature of my columns, and
ask me, how? These are
editors that I seek to
carry my column.
Quite. frankly, I am, at
times, puzzled.
I take great pride in
producing a column that
stays within its described
boundaries of my initial
intent some five years
ago. .
a In five months, this col-
umn will complete five
years of publication. The DA
step from a health-care Roi
newsletter writer/busi- "
nessman to newspaper
columnist was a huge step. Whether
I was writing for a hospital, med-
ical, insurance or financial entity,
folks did not respond; they either
accepted or rejected my theories of
product knowledge or marketing,
and I suppose that some were not
even motivated by my motivational
pieces.
And, many newsletters do not
give the writer of its content a
"writer's credit," but indeed, they
did and do send me a check So it
goes!
The business of newspaper writ-
ing is indeed a business that to this
day is still somewhat of a conun-
drum to me.
However, people are far too sen-
sitive, politically, in this day and
age. We need to wake up and realize
that (if you were born before 1950)
not only has the world changed, but
so has the game. It is not as simple


and clear as left or right, liberal or
conservative.
This column has been and always
will be directed to be
Apolitical and morally
truthful. My concept of
.. morality, for the purpose
of this column and all of
my writing, isn't a reli-
gious type of morality, but
a simple type of morality;
stating the facts, knowing
t, he difference between
right and wrong, protect-
ing the aged, aging, indi-
gent, the uninsured, dis-
-N abled, veterans and
IAN telling the truth about
the government and the
players within the "belt-
way," and, of course, Corporate
America, all that dictate our future.
This includes the courts, the
Congress, and the administration,
no matter whose watch it is.
This column has never men-
tioned a singular name or com-
mented on a topic that has to do
with any policy other than one that
advocates for the health and well-
being of the above mentioned.
It is not necessary to blast an
"elected protector" when one
writes about a particular policy.
Give them a shovel; they will dig
their own hole.
President Harry Truman's credo
of "the -buck stops here" made it
abundantly clear just who the cap-
tain of the ship was.
When one writes with a historical
view and factual content, it is not a
political agenda, the opposite of
apolitical.


If one writes solely based on one's
own personal convictions and agen-
da, that is political.
When I offer information and
describe legislation, you must be
aware of the players.
My agenda is only the people and
the Medical Industrial Complex, my
convictions are "the people first." I
have never deviated from that sub-
ject matter. In other words, I never
crossed the line, with any subject
matter than described.
Former Health Human Service
Secretary Tommy Thompson will
be seen as a decent Cabinet mem-
ber and man, although he, like all of
us, especially those of us who are
given power, has erred, but who
hasn't?
Present HHS boss Michael 0.
Leavitt will barely rememberedcby
history. These are my personal
opinions. President Bush has
appointed both; this is fact
So, is this opinion or a hidden
political agenda?
No president, in my lifetime, has
ever made it.more abundantly clear
who is the captain of the ship than
our current president. Trashing
isn't needed we are all in the
same ship!
Now, I can answer these prospec-
tive editors. There is enough
tabloid TV (news), we don't need to
read it.
I could care less about politicians
or a brand of politics.
Send questions and comments to
"Senior Advocate," 1624 N.
Meadowcrest Blvd., Crystal River
FL 34429 or e-mail
danrohan@atlantic.net.


Janice Whited, Shirley Nunn, Rose Eberle, Ruth Doggett and June Gibson were hard at work in the kitchen of
the Coleman Community Center, last week. The ladies hosted a spaghetti dinner and book sale fundraiser to
support the Coleman Public Library. Their goal was to sell 100 dinners at $6 each.


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J. Clyde Allen, 87,
prison warden
J. Clyde Allen, 87, of Winter
Garden, died on Wednesday,
May 3, 2006, in Winter Garden.
He was born in Hilham, Tenn.
He was a warden for the City of
Orlando Prison Farm. He served
in the U.S. Army during World
War II and was a member of the
Masonic Lodge. He was Baptist.
Survivors include his son, Larry
(Terri) Allen of Orlando; daugh-
ter, Linda Thomas of Orlando;
sister, Ester Norman of Orlando;
five grandchildren; and three
great-grandchildren. He was
preceded in death by his wife,
Verdie Mae Allen. Graveside
services were conducted on
Monday, May 8, 2006, at Center
Hill Cemetery, Center Hill.
Interment followed at Center
Hill Cemetery, Center Hill.
Arrangements were made by
Purcell Funeral Home,
Bushnell.
Reah A. Brooks, 81,
homemaker
Reah Alberta Brooks, 81, of
Lake Panasoffkee, died on
Saturday, May 6, 2006, in
Inverness. She was born in
Tyler County, W Va., and was a
resident of Lake Panasoffkee
since 1990. She was a home-
maker Survivors include her
daughters, Karen Heflin and
Beverly Brooks, both of Lake
Panasoffkee; sisters, Irene
West of East Sparta, Ohio,
Bonnie Tustin of Canton, Ohio,
Betty Haught of Reno Star,
Ohio, Shirley Drake of Canton,
Ohio, Louise Smith of North
Carolina, and Norma Pierce of
Bolivar, Ohio; two grandchil-
dren; four great-grandchil-
dren; and two .great-great
grandchildren. Visitation will
be from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday,
May 11, 2006, at Purcell
Funeral Home Chapel,
Bushnell. Services will be con-
ducted at 11 a.m. Friday, May
12, 2006, at Purcell Funeral
Home Chapel, Bushnell.
Pastor Hughie Stiefel will offi-
ciate. Interment will be at
Evergreen Cemetery, Bushnell.
Arrangements were made by
Purcell Funeral Home,
Bushnell.


Weldon E. Collins Sr.
hardware clerk
Weldon Escoe Collins Sr., of
Louin, Miss., died April 29, 2006.
He was born on Dec. 16, 1916 to
Mr. and Mrs. John Collins in
Bushnell. He was a hardware
clerk. Survivors include his
wife, Lillie; sons, Weldon Escoe
Collins Jr. and wife Laura Sue
Collins of Lafayette, La., and
Wayne Collins and wife Ann
Collins of Laurel, Miss.; sister,
Lavonia McKnight of
Zephyrhills; three grandsons,
three granddaughters, and 16
great-grandchildren. Services
were conducted on Tuesday,
May 2, 2006, at Clear Springs
Baptist Church in Louin, Miss.
Interment followed at Clear
Springs Cemetery in Louin,
Miss.
Helen F. Hankins, 58
Helen F Hankins, 58, of
Nobleton, died on Wednesday,
April 26, 2006 at Brooksville
Regional Hospital. She was born
on July 8, 1947 in Indianapolis,
Ind., the daughter of Earl and
Sarah Leistner. She moved to
Bushnell in 1978, to Lake
Panasoffkee in 2003 and then to
Nobleton. She was a past mem-
ber of the Scrub Creek Baptist
Church of Old Town. Survivors
include her husband, Larry;
sons, James Douglas Moore and
James Eric Moore, both of
Lebanon, Ind.; stepchildren, Jeff
Starkweather of Spring Hill,
Danny Hankins of Ventnor, N.J.,
Terry Lynn Comat of Vincennes,
Ind., Tammy Sue Woodruff of
Mountain View, Ark., Pamela
Parker of S. Elkhart, Ind., Karen
Hankins of Flint, Mich., and
Michelle Couch of Fort Wayne,
Ind.; sisters, Marcella Johnson
arid Barbara Hawkins, both of
Bloomington, Ind., and Judy
Leistner of Booneville, Ind., 19
grandchildren and seven great
grandchildren. Heinz Funeral
Home and Cremation,
Inverness, provided informa-
tion.
Carlton L. King, 40,
diesel mechanic
Carlton L. King, 40, of Webster,
died Thursday, May 4, 2006, in
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son, Ethan Dixon of Hadley,
Mich.; and several nieces,
nephews and cousins. In lieu of
flowers, donations may be made
to the family. Services were con-
ducted Monday, May 8, 2006 at
Purcell Funeral Home. The Rev.
Parrish Eldridge officiated.
Arrangements were made by
Purcell Funeral Home,
Bushnell.
William D. McGowan,
64, mechanic
William Don McGowan, 64, of
Summerfield, died on Saturday,
April 15, 2006 at Summerfield
Suites of Marion County
Hospice, Summerfield. Mr.
McGowan was born in Dothan,
Ala. He was a mechanic and a
member of Belleview United
Methodist Church. Survivors
include his wife, Jean; son, Greg
(Penny) McGowan of Belleview;
brother, James McGowan of
Middleburg; sisters, Beverly
Dowdy of Waynesboro, Pa., and
Mary Sapp of Bainbridge, Ga.;
grandson, Dale McGowan;
granddaughter, Meagan
McGowan; many nieces and
nephews; and his dog, Freckles.
He was predeceased by his
daughter, Carla McGowan.
Beyers Funeral Home Lady
Lake, provided information.
Berenice Patterson,
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Berenice A. Patterson, 92, of
Wildwood, died Tuesday, May 2,
2006. She was born in East St.
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Office: 793-7788
Mass Schedule
Saturday 4:00pm Sunday 9:00am
Sunday 11:45am (Spanish)
Tuesday, Thursday, and Every 11 Friday 8:30am
Life Long Catechesis 10:15am 1,

H'BUSHNELL
THE BUSHNELL PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH USA
323 N. BROAD (Corner ofW. Dade & N. Broad)
Church School: 9:15 am
Public Worship: 10:30 A.M.
MONDAY: AA Group Meeting 8:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY: Bible Study 10:00 A.M.
\ 352-793-4202

BUSHNELL
First Church of God
Affiliation: Anderson, IN
793-3455
105 E. Central Ave.- P.O. Box 1128, Bushnell, FL 33513
Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 10:45 a.m.
Evening Worship 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Evening 7:00 p.m.
Randall Belcher, Pastor 793-3534

S BUSHNELL
St. Francis Episcopal Church
313 N. Grace Street (At US 301)
P.O. Box 566, (352) 793-3187
Wednesday Bible Study 7 p.m.
Holy Eucharist 10 a.m. Sunday
Sunday School 10 a.m.
AA meets Thursdays at 8 p.m. ,


in 1970 from Miami. She was a
retired waitress and a Baptist
and enjoyed making crafts.
Survivors include her sons, Dale
Donell and Donald Donell; sis-
ters, Georgia Bailey, Genny
Simms, and Wilma Bhel; 10
grandchildren and many great-
grandchildren. Arrangements
were provided by Banks/Page-
Theus Funeral Home and
Cremation Services, Wildwood.
Karin E. Riopel, 85,
grocery clerk
Karin Elizabeth Riopel, 85, of
Wildwood, died Sunday, May 7,
2006. Born in Sweden, Mrs.
Riopel moved to Wildwood in
1989 from Auburn, Mass. She
was a retired grocery clerk and a
member of the Bethel Lutheran
Church in Auburn. Survivors
include her son, Michael of
Merrimack, N.H.; daughter,
Karen Chaphe ofToano, Va.; five
grandchildren and four great-
grandchildren. Internment will
be in Paxton, Mass. In lieu of
flowers, memorial contributions
may be made to the American
Cancer Society. Banks/Page-
Theus Funeral Home and
Cremation Services, Wildwood,
provided information.
Nicole N. South, 4
Nicole Nevaeh South, 4, of
Coleman, died on Monday, May
8, 2006 in Leesburg. She was
born in Zephyrhills and was a
lifelong resident of Sumter
County. Survivors include her
mother, Amanda J. Conn of
Coleman; maternal grandmoth-
er, Debra Conn of Coleman;
maternal grandfather, Clyde
Volner of Coleman; paternal
grandmother, Vercie Smith of
Ridge Manor; paternal grandfa-
ther, Bradford J. South Sr. of
Wildwood; maternal great-
grandmother, Sarah Webber of
Alabama; uncle, Gene Conn of
Coleman. Visitation will be from
4 to 6 p.m., Friday, May 12, 2006,
at Purcell Funeral Home
Chapel, Bushnell. Services will
follow at 6 p.m. in the chapel.


BUSHNELL
INTERDENOMINATIONAL
WORSHIP CENTER
Service Times
Sunday 10:00 am Sunday School
11:00 am Morning Worship
6:30 pm Evening Service
Wednesday 7:30 pm Mid Week Service
Separate Service for Youth.
We are located on CR 476,
6 miles west of Bushnell.
You are welcome
Pastor: Marshall
For more info: 793-3855 J


BUSHNELL '
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7819 CR. 633, Bceuet-
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Sunday School................................ 9:45 am
Morning W orship............................. 11:00 am
Evening Worship..... ..................... 7:00 pm
Wednesday Prayer Service................7:00 pm


S -BUSHNELL
LANDMARK BAPTIST CHURCH
A OF BUSHNELL
SPastor Tommy Sumner
Sunday School......................1.....10:00
M morning Worship............................ 1:00
Evening Worship ..................... 6:00
Wed. Service..................................... 7:00
1563 N West St. (Behind Winn Dixie)
352-568-3164 Fax: 352-568-3165


BUSHNELL
First United Methodist Church
OFFERING OUR COMMUNITY Faith, Hope & Love
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 A.M. WORsHIP 1:45 AM.
Disciples' Dialogue, Wed. 6:30 p.m.
Cub Scouts Tues. 6:30 p.m.
1 Brownie Troop, Thurs. 6:00 p.m.
SS.H.A.R.E. 4th Sat., 10:00 a.m. 793-3221
S221 W. Noble Ave, Rev. Larry Armbrust Pastor-


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125 W. Anderson Ave. 793-4612
"Sharing the Good News of Life Through Faith in Christ"
Sunday Bible Study....... ..............9:15 AM.
*Sunday Worship................., ....... 10:30 A.M.
................. ..................... .........a nd 6 :00 P.M .
Wednesday Bible Study ...............7:00 P.M






Sun. Fellowship.........................................9:30 10 a.m .
Sun. Wounhp 1i,- 11:15 a.m.
Sun. Evening Study....... l. ........6:30 7:30 p.m.
Wed. Teens & Children..........................6:30- 7:30 p.m.
W0 Ni,',:n tBitle uludy :. :. 12'- 1 p.m.
Wed. Evening Bible Study...c. ..tq.M..6:30 7:30 p.m.
Meeting Place Seventh Day Adventist Church
Comer of Florida Ave. Seminole Ave., at blinking light
A Church On The Move
Pastor Ron Thomas
569-0184 or 603-1373
SCornerstone Cares.


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SPECIAL EVENTS
Gospel sing
The Senior Adult Ministry
at Lady Lake Assembly of God
invites everyone to an "Old
Fashion Gospel Sing-A-Long"
with local singer Richie
Haines of His Purpose
Ministry opening the pro-
gram, followed by Southern
Gospel greats Jan and Phil
Enloe.
The event is at 7 p.m. Friday,
May 26, at Oxford Assembly of
God, 12114 N. U.S. Highway
301.
A love offering will be taken
for the Enloes.
For information, call the
Rev. Bill Hartman at 751-6015
(home) or e-mail wvhart-
man@hotmail.com.
Revival time
It's time for healing and
deliverance brought by Elder
Marcus McCoy of Orlando at 7
p.m. nightly June 1 through 3
at the Refuge Church of Our
Lord, 588 S.E. 7th St., Webster
(the first church on the right
past the Garden of Memories
Cemetery on C.R. 727).
District Elder James Hall,
pastor, invites everyone to
attend.
For information, call 793-
5393.
Family Night
Make it a family night and
come out for potluck and
Wednesday Church at Lake
Panasoffkee United
Methodist Church. A potluck
dinner begins at 5 p.m. fol-
lowed by a 30-minute service
at 6 p.m. Fix your favorite
dish, bring enough for your
family and a little extra to
share. Bring your place set-
tings, get the family and join
the gathering.
For more information, call
the church at 793-3438.
Barbecue lunch
There will a barbecue meal,
take out only, at Lake
Panasoffkee Methodist
Church, 589 C.R. 470, from
11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on


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Sunday School ............W...............r.9:45 A.M.
Morning Worship............ ... ..... 11:00 A.M,.
'Sunday Night Service....................6:00 PM.
Mid Week Prayer Service
Wednesday ...................................7:00 P2 M.

LADY LAKE "
Hope Lutheran Church
250 Avenida Los Angelos
(corner of C.R. 466 & Morse Blvd.)
The Villages
Services are Sunday
at 8:00 AM, 9:40AM and 11:15AM 1
For more information, call 352-750-2321 or our
Web Site: www.hopelutheraninthevillages.org.

LAKE PANASOFFKEE '
First Baptist Church
of Lake Panasoffkee
Hwy. 470, Lake Panasoffkee 793-5510
. Sunday Services 8:30 & 10:50 a.m.
Sunday School...............9:45 a.m.
Sunday Evening.............6:00 p.m.
SWednesday Night Prayer Meeting....7 p.m.
Pastor Jon King


LAKE PANASOFFKEE '
[) aths of Grace Ministries
ChurchofGod
Pastors: Fred & Patti Hooten
Pastoral/
Morning Worship- 10:30 Christian
Sunday Evenlng- 6:00X eris
Wednesday Night---- 7:00 Availabte
793-1600 Everonel
101 CR 527 Lake Panasoffkee

LAKE PANASOFFKEE
LAKE PANASOFFKEE
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
589 CR 470,1 mile W of 1-75
SSunday Worship Service: 9:30 AM
*Hospitality Time at: 10:45 AM
Sunday School Gathering: 11:00 AM
*Sunday School at 11:15 AM
www.gbgm-umc.org/lakepana-umc /

RIDGE MANOR WEST
First Lutheran Church ELCA
30419 Park Ridge Drive
352-796-8898
Worship Service: 10:30 am
Adult Bible Study: 9:00 am
Children Sunday School: 9:30 am
"To know Christ and to make Christ known"
We are: (East of 1-75 exit 301) y
Turn north off Hwy. 50 at first light 8
east of 1-75. Turn left on Park Ridge.

SUMTERVILLE
Sumterville
United Methodist Church
"OVER 150 YEARS OF PRAYER"
2565 CR 522
1 BLOCK EAST OF HWY 301
Invites you to attend Sunday worship service 9:30 a.m.
Pastr CharlesTomberin
iAll children are invited.


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352-793-2161


Saturday, May 6. Meal
includes barbecue beef,
baked beans, macaroni salad,
roll and dessert. Cost is $6.
'Pardoned' to perform
Croom Road Baptist
Church will have a free con-
cert at 11 a.m. Sunday, May 7.
Featured artists will be the
gospel group "Pardoned,"
from White Hall, Ark.
Everyone is invited to attend.
Miracle Sisters to sing
Gospel Showdown
Productions will present a
Pre-Mother's Day
Extravaganza featuring The
Miracle. Sisters of Tampa at 7
p.m. Saturday, May 13, at
God's Glory Ministries, 206 N.
Main St., Wildwood.
Other featured performers
include the Joyful Sensations
of Richmond, Va., the B.W.
City Ministries Praise Team,
the Harris-Felton Family
Choir, T' China Simmons, and
more. A love offering will be
received.
Come and bring your moth-
er(s) and friends. Doors will
open at 6:30 p.m.
For more information, call
Minister J. at 461-9727 or 330-
6199.

GETTING TOGETHER
Bible study
A weekly prayer time and
Bible study will be held every
Wednesday, from noon until 1
p.m., at 7122 C.R. 609A,
Bushnell.
For further information
please call 352-793-7720 or
352-569-0183.
There will be refreshments
and drinks or bring a sack
lunch.
Please come and bring a
friend.



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Sunday:
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Wednesday Evenina:
New Community Cafe ........................................:00 P.M .
New Community Worship/StudentActivities.......7:00 P.M.
www.wahoochurch.org 352 793-6015

WEBSTER
First Baptist Church
of Webster
1/4 mile east of 471 on SE IstAve.
Sunday School 9:45AM
Morning Worship 11:00AM
Evening Service 6:00 PM
Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7:00 PM

WEBSTER

Webster United
SMethodist Church
Invites You To Attend
Worship Service 11:00 a.m.
Church School 9:45 a.m.
173 S.E. 3rd St., Webster, FL 33597
(352) 793-3734
A praying church

WILDWOOD
Wildwood United Methodist
300 Mason Street
.Sunday School 9:45 am
Sunday Worship 8:00 am, 9:30 am & 11:30 am
8:00 am Casual Traditional Service
9:30 am Praise and Worship Service
Nursery Provided
748-1275 661613

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WILDWOOD

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH OF WILDWOOD
Worship 10:30 a.m.
203 Barwick St., Wildwood, FL 34785
(352) 748-2530

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WILDWOOD
SSUNSET PARK A
CHURCH OF GOD
202 Pine Street 748-1318
Pastors: Brian & Rhonda TOllman
SundaySchool...........9:30AM Wed. Night Fdelowship....A PM
Morning Worship ,,10:30AM W ,d. Bible Study.....- 7:00PM
Wed. Night Youth,.. .......... ..... ..7:00 PM
S WELCOME ALL!!!!!!


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SSwn SPORTS


Raider team to end spring in Orlando


LARRY BUGG
Times Correspondent

The South Sumter High foot-
ball team will end its spring
football session with a spring
classic May 18 at the Citrus
Bowl in Orlando. It starts at 8
p.m: The opponent will be
Tavares High School.
"The most important thing is
that is a great venue for our
players to play on a college
field," said coach Inman
Sherman. "It gives us an oppor-
tunity for some exposure.
Coaches can fly in and check out
our players.
"We started practicing on May
1," Sherman said. "We are going
to get 14
days in this Spring."
Sherman has been coaching
22 years at South Sumter High
School but the years
feel different on different days.
,"Sometimes, it seems like 32
and some days it seems like 12,"
Sherman said. Spring is a "basic
training" experience for 'the
Raiders.


"We try to use spring to posi-
tion our kids correctly and
teach fundamentals," said
Sherman. "If we can get kids in
the right positions, it gives us
the chance to make us success-
ful."
The coach said there have
been kids with real good prac-
tice sessions. Yourhighness
Morgan has moved from tight
end to linebacker. "He is trying
to fill in for Brady Jackson who
graduated," said Sherman.
The coach said Terry Mobley,
a safety, has had a great spring.
"We try to do platoons at our
school," Sherman said. "We had
99 players try out. We will cut
down to 58. We have to get under
60 because of uniform issues."
Sherman said the Raiders
had the best quarterback the
school has ever had playing
2005. Jarrod Fleming set school
passing records and led the
team to state runner-up status.
He will attend the U.S. Naval
Academy. He has to report Aug.
8 to Annapolis. So, there is an
opening at quarterback


"We are working on it,"
Sherman said.
"We are going to get that done.
They just have real big shoes to
fill. Justin Smothers, a junior,
Travis Hutcheson, a senior and
Denzel Smith, a sophomore, are
all trying out for the position.
'"Justin is much more experi-
enced. He is a little more pol-
ished. Travis was a safety on last
year's team."
Sherman said most of the
Raiders' strong defense is back.
Ricky Velasquez, defensive
tackle, Marty Everett, and Clyde
Williams are key defensive line-
man. They are the the starters.
Offensive line, Joey Martinez
and Bo Massey are both return-
ing starters at tackles.
Sherman said his coaches are
teaching fundamentals.
"We just have a lot of work to
do," Sherman said.
. The Fall Classic will be
played on the last Friday in
August
They will play Hernando
High at home at 7:30 p.m.


687-0518 SCT


PUBLIC NOTICE


Notice is hereby given that the City of Wildwood, Florida, will hold a Public
Hearing on the Second reading of Ordinance No. 466, during the 7:00 p.m.
Commission Meeting of May 22, 2006, in the City Hall Commission Chamber,
Wildwood, Florida.


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Ordinance No. 466: An Ordinance of the City of Wildwood, Florida; proposing a
Small Scale Land Use Amendment to the adopted Local Comprehensive Plan
and Future Land Use Map; in accordance with the Growth Management Act of
1985, as amended; providing for conflict; and providing an effective date.


Ordinance No. 466 is available at City Hall for Public inspection between the
.hours of:8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Comments may be
.voiced at the above-mentioned meeting or in writing, addressed to the City Clerk,
100 N Main Street, Wildwood, Florida 34785.


Be advised that any person wishing to appeal any decision made by the
Commission on any matter considered during the meeting will need a record of
the proceedings, and may needto ensure that a verbatim record is made, which
includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.



-s- Joseph Jacobs
City Clerk
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Seniors win $2,000 SECO scholarships


Jim Duncan, CEO of
Sumter Electrie Cooperative,
announced that 13 graduat-
ing seniors from SECO's
service territory have each
won $2,000 scholarships from
the Cooperative.
According to Duncan,
SECO's scholarship program
began in 1996 when the
SECO Board of Trustees first
approved it
Since then, including this
year's winners, SECO has
awarded 136 scholarships to
deserving high school sen-
iors.
Duncan said, "With today's
high cost of a college educa-
tion, every dollar that can be
dedicated to the pursuit of
higher education is impor-
tant."
"At SECO we're very proud
of the young people in our
service territory and we
hope that, following college,
some of them will bring their


newfound skills and knowl-
edge back to our area. We
wish our scholars well as
they pursue their academic
endeavors."
This year 138 qualified
applicants were evaluated
based on their scholastic
record, school and communi-
ty service activities, and
financial need. The 13 SECO
Scholars for 2006 are:
Erin Elizabeth Keith
Arpke, Citrus High School,
Inverness; Kristen Lee Pepe,
Citrus High School,
Inverness; Valorie Michal
Sierens, Christian Home &
Bible School, Clermont;
Ingrid Garcia, Dunnellon
High School, Ocala; Herisa
Stanislaus, Dunnellon High
School, Ocala; Molly M.
McLaughlin, Eustis High
School, Eustis; Brittany
Gonzalez, Vanguard High
School, Ocala; Angela Angel
Todd, South Lake High


School, Groveland; Rachel
Nicole Waters, Tavares High
School, Tavares; Meghan
Ashli Thrasher, Vanguard
High School, Ocala; Nicole
Marie DeArmas, Umatilla
High School, Paisley; Lydon
T. H. Lewis, Williston High
School, Morriston; and
Jennifer Anne Houtman,
Williston High School,
Morriston.
These outstanding seniors
were selected by SECO's
Scholarship Committee of
independent educators from
the application materials
submitted by each student.
The Committee members
come from the Sumter, Lake,
Marion and Citrus county
school systems. Scholarship
recipients and their families
will be honored at a special
reception at SECO's head-
quarters building in
Sumterville at 3:30 p.m., on
Monday, May 22.


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CLUBS


Shrine Club
The Villages Shrine Club
will hold monthly meetings
in the Orchid Room of the
Hibiscus Recreation Center
located on Bailey Trail next
to Cane Gardens Country
Club, The Villages.
All Shriners and their
ladies are invited to attend.
Meetings start at 7 p.m. and
last about 1 hour.
Refreshments are served
afterwards.
For more information con-
tact Bob Lococo at (352) 750-
6608
Marine Corps League
The Marine Corps League
of Wildwood Leatherneck
Detachment meets at 7 p.m.
the first Wednesday monthly
at the American Legion Post
18 in Wildwood.
For more information, call
(352) 330-2158.
New members and all for-
mer Marines are welcome.
Art Guild
The Sumter County Arts
Guild meets from 1 to 3 p.m.
Wednesday at Sumterville
Community Building on U.S.
301 North and County Road
522.
Dance Club
The Central Florida Dance
Club has a new Web site


'FLORIDA
FOLK FESTIVAL
MUSIC. HERITAGE. LEGEND.
Experience old-fashioned Flornd
plu- Rosanne Cash an
Visit FloridaFolkFesti'al.com
Sponsored
Florida Humanities Council Couna
Coors light Klian's Irish
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name: dancefla.com.
Admission is still $5 and sin-
gles and couples are still wel-
come.
For more information call
Belva Maier at 352-383-0209.
Wildwood Kiwanis
The Kiwanis Club of
Wildwood meets at 7 a.m.
Tuesday at the Ole Coffee
House at the corner of U.S.
Highway 301 and County
Road 466A (Cleveland
Avenue).
All former Kiwanians and
guests are welcome to attend
meetings and learn more
about the club and its pro-
grams.
For information, call 748-
5228.
Al-Anon Group
Al-Anon Family Group
meets every Friday from 8 to
9 p.m., at St. Francis
Episcopal Church, 313 Grace
Street, off U.S. 301, down-
town Bushnell.
Contact Phyllis at 568-1708
or Judy at 793-5738.
Tracy's Point
The Tracy's Point
Community Club meets every
third Tuesday each month at
the community club building
at 7 p.m.
For more information call
568-2883.


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Cancer support
A cancer support group
meets in Bushnell every sec-
ond Monday of the month at 7
p.m., at Chuck's Odd Cuples
Restaurant, 117 W Belt Ave.
(Hwy. 48), Bushnell, between
CVS Pharmacy and the
Dollar Store.
This is for anyone dealing
with cancer in their lives.
You may be a current patient
or a caregiver or a survivor
who may have words of
encouragement to offer.
Come and share and listen
Hosts are Lee Krauss and
Georgia Klems, RN.
American Legion
American Legion Post 18
holds meetings on the second
Monday of each month at 7:30
p.m. in Wildwood, Hwy 44
and Hwy 301. Looking for
new members.
For more information, call
352-326-2158.
Walking Club
Walking Club in Sumter
County meets every


Thursday at 6 p.m. at Kenny
Dixon Sports Complex Walk
Track. Co-Sponsored by
Sumter County Parks and
Recreation and Health
Department
Crank-Y-Campers
The Central Florida
Camping Club aka Crank-Y-
Campers, has members and
camps all over the state and
invites you come out meet
new people and make new
friend at one of our monthly
campouts.
Children and pets wel-
comed.
For more information call
407-699-3039 or 407-575-3300.
Our website is:
geocities.com/crankycam-
pers.
Pilot Club
The Pilot Club of Sumter
County meets the first
Thursday of the month at the
American Legion Hall on
Hwy. 44, Wildwood. Contact
Maxine Cox at 748-0111 or
Gwen Smith at 748-0074.


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Blue Heron
The Blue Heron Pilot Club
of Sumter County meets
every second Tuesday of the
month at Chuck's Odd
Couples Restaurant on 48 in
Bushnell.
The Pilot Club is a service
club supporting brain-relat-
ed disorders and welcomes
anyone interested in becom-
ing a member.
For more information, con-
tact President Jaye McIntosh
at 793-5095.
Support Group
A support group for wid-
ows, widowers and divorcees
is held every Wednesday at
9:30 a.m. at the Lake
Panasoffkee United
Methodist Church.
If you are grieving, hurting,
join us.
Lions Club
Sumter 44 Lions Club bingo
is held every Friday and
Saturday, 818 N. Old Wire
Road, Wildwood, starting at
noon; $50 games and three


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Ladies Auxiliary
to host sale
The Tri-County Volunteer
Fire Department Ladies
Auxiliary will host a giant
yard and bake sale from 4 to 6
p.m., Friday, May 5, and 8 a.m.
to 2 p.m., Saturday, May 6, at
Station No. 29 on Route 476,
eight miles west of Bushnell.
A large selection of clothing
for the entire family, small
appliances, kitchenware, fur-
niture, tools, toys even the
bathroom sink will be
offered for sale. Goodies will
be baked by some of the best
bakers in three .counties.
SSH class of
1986 reunion
The South Sumter High
School Class of 1986 is in the
process of planning a 20 year
class reunion to be held in the
fall of this year. Volunteers are
needed to help with the plan-
ning of this reunion.
Additionally, we are looking to
hear from class members.
Please contact Melinda
(Newman) Anello at e-mail:
mvanello@peoplepc.com or
at (813) 909-6533.
Day
camp
Summer Day Camp is set for


June 12 through July 21.
Registration has begun. Come
join the fun.
There will be lots of activi-
ties every day, including field
trips, presentations, crafts,
games and more. For informa-
tion, call Bushnell City Hall at
793-2591.
Language
classes
The Bushnell Public
Library now has tutors avail-
able to help those learning the
English language. Free
English-language classes for
adults are offered at the
Bushnell Public Library, 402
N. Florida St., behind the
Bushnell water tower. For
information, call 793-8274.
DCF
volunteers
Help in the effort to protect
abused and neglected chil-
dren in Sumter County. The
Florida Department of
Children and Families is
seeking volunteers who are
willing to donate their time to
operate a copy machine, file
important documents, and/or
route phone calls to our office
staff. If that sounds like you,
call Amber Sillery at (352) 330-
2162, Ext. 4058.


Jazzercise
classes
Jazzercise (exercise to
music) is available at 5:45 p.m.
on Monday, Tuesdays and
Thursday and at 5:30 p.m. on
Wednesday. The group meets
at the First United Methodist
Church of Bushnell. For more
information, contact instruc-
tor Patty Jordan at 793-9430.
Alzheimer's
help
The Alzheimer's Family
Organization has a program to
assist caregivers of dementia
and Alzheimer's disease suf-
ferers called the Wanderers
Identification Program. This
program provides the person
with memory disorder with an
identifying bracelet or pen-
dant with a code number and
direct telephone number to
the participating Sheriff's
department. If the person
should become lost or wander
from home, they can be easily
identified through a shared
database that houses essen-
tial patient information and
caregiver contacts. Contact
the Alzheimer's Family
Organization office for full
details at 727-848-8888 or toll
free at 888-496-8004.


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Panasofikee dance
There will be dancing every
first and third Friday, from 8
to 11 p.m., at the Lake
Panasoffkee Community
Building, C.R. 470, one block
east of 1-75, 1/2 block north of
blinker light across from
Sunshine Truck Stop. Singles
and couples are welcome.
Live entertainment and finger
foods appreciated. All ages


welcome; sponsored by
Sumter Singles. Call 352424-
1688 for more information.
Moose Bingo
Lake Panasoffkee Moose
Lodge #1179, located at 1317
C.R. 470, is holding bingo
every Tuesday. It is open to
the public, starts with a lunch-
eon at 11:45 a.m. and the
games begin about 12:15 p.m.


This is a friendly place to have
fun and food.
KofCBingo
Bingo is held every
Thursday at 6 p.m. and spon-
sored by the Knights of
Columbus, Our Lady of the
Waters council #12544 at the
St. Lawrence social hall red
building at Hwy. 301 and Dade
Ave., Bushnell.


4-H sponsors animal day camp


The Summer Animal Day
Camp program teaches chil-
dren various concepts about
animals.
Children will attend camp
from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Monday through Friday, June
19 through 23, at the Sumter


County Fairgrounds.
The first 25 slots will be on
a first-come, first-served
basis. The age limit is 8
through 18. Cost for camp is
$25 per child.
If you want your child to
learn about animals, this is


the camp for them.
Mail your check for $25
made payable to Sumter
County 4-H to 7620 State
Road 471, Ste. 2, Bushnell FL
33513-8734.
Your check will assure
your child a space at camp.


680-0511 SCT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING


The Board of Sumter County Commissioners will
Conditional Use Permit to allow the use of the pD
indicated in this notice for the purpose of a Class I lar

Owner: A.C.M.S.
Applicant: A.C.M.S. K
Application: C2005-0004

REQUEST: Modification to existing/ C
landfill.

Sec. 22, Twp. 20S, Rng. 22E:


The NE 1/4 less E 1/2 &
E 50' of NW 1/4 of NEA<


& E 1/2 of NW 1


ropert generally as







Class III landfill to a Class I




1/4 & NE 1/4 of SW 1/4 less the


Sec. 23, Twp.


GENERAL LOCATION: Sumterville/Lake Panasoffkee- North on C-475. East
on C-470. South on CR 529. CR 529 dead ends into the property.

One public meeting will be held at the Sumter County Fair Grounds, in the
Ag Center, Tuesday, May 23, 2006, at 5:30 p.m.

Information regarding this application is on file with the Sumter County Division
of Planning and Development, Sumter County Historic Courthouse, 209 N.
Flonda Street. Room 324, Bushnell, Florida. ThIese files may be reviewed
between the hours of 7:30 A.M. and 5:00 P.M., Monday throu 'day.

All interested citizens are welcome to attend.

Persons with disabilities needing assistance t in any of these
proceedings should contact the Sumter Cou ration Office at (352)
793-0200, 48 hours in advance of the schedule .

Pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 2 Statutes, Section 286.0105, if a
person decides to appeal any deb' y an above named Board with
respect to any matter consider meeting of such Board, he or she will
need a record of the proceed' for such purposes, he or she may need
to ensure that a verbatim e proceedings is made, which record may
include the testimony I pon which the appeal is to be based.

Please publish tw 4, 2006 & May 11, 2006

Editor note/ t least 2 columns wide and 10" long. Headline must be at
least 18 point y NOT be in an area where legal notices or classified ads
appear.

For questions please call Sandy at (352) 793-0270, ext 2669
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NOTICE OF DELINQUENT TAXES


TANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTY



NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOLLOWING TANGIBLE PROPERTY TAXES FOR THE YEAR 2005 BECAME DELINQUENT ON APRIL 1ST,
2006 AND THAT THE SAME ARE NOW DRAWING INTEREST AT THE RATE OF EIGHTEEN (18) PERCENT PER YEAR AND THAT UNLESS SUCH
DELINQUENT TAXES ARE PAID, WARRANTS WILL BE ISSUED THEREON PURSUANT TO F.S. 197.413 AND THE TAX COLLECTOR WILL APPLY TO
THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR AN ORDER DIRECTING LEVY UPON AND SEIZURE OF THE PERSONAL PROPERTY OF THE TAXPAYER FOR THE
UNPAID TAXES. THE NAMES BELOW, ARE DELINQUENT PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXPAYERS AND THE AMOUNT INCLUDES THE COST OF
ADVERTISING, 3% PENALTY AND COLLECTION FEES. THE AMOUNTS LISTED WILL INCREASE MONTHLY AFTER MAY 31, 2006.
TOM SWAIN, TAX COLLECTOR
SUMTER COUNTY


1 CLPCDC1001 137.97
SG ONLINE ENT SYS INC
2 CLPCDC2002-02 63.31
SG ONLINE ENT SYS INC
3 CLPCDC6006-02 72.49
SG ONLINE ENT SYS INC
4 CLPCDC7007-02 11.69
SG ONLINE ENT SYS INC
5 CLPHER1001-04 4,318.06
HERTZ EQUIPMENT RENTAL CORP
6 CLPMPC1001-03 37.94
METROPOLITAN PAYPHONES CORP
7 CLPNLS1001-00 313.73
NORTHERN LEASING SYSTEMS INC.
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8 CLPPCL1001-04 596.29
SUSQUEHANNA PATRIOT COMM LEAS .
9 CPBLD1001 19,622.13
BLDM INC
10 CPC34-020-05 45.90
TROYZ TRUCK TOYZ
11 CPC34-027 62.89
INTERSTATE ELECTRONICS ,
12 CPC34-034 '6,679.84
WILDWOOD HOSPITALITY LLC
13 CPD01A009A-94 79.87
PIZZAZZ HAIR & NAIL STUDIO
14 CPD01H500A-00 45.90
MARION MEDICAL ASSOCIATES PA
15 CPD01J600AGO1 598.02
ANIMALISTIC PET STORE
16 CPD01J600AT03 111.34
A-WARD SERVICES INC
17 CPD02C246-02 138.17
EL SANTIAGO CLUB INC
18 CPD13N189-98 121.60
SUSAN J CAWTHORNE
19 CPD16-010-01 28.90
J BAILEY'S UNIFORMS &
20 CPD16-038-004-05 1,277.55
JOYFUL BUDDHA INC
21 CPD16-038-006-05 53.70
TUNE TOWN LEESBURG INC
22 CPD16-038-015-05 258.25
UNDERGLASS EXPRESS
23 CPD16-038-018-05 173.31
A SPECIAL DAY INC
24 CPD164001BC-0'. 243 78
cT.FF LE'.ING 5ER.ICES IN,.
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25 CPD23-100SL-011 852.84
LIGHTHOUSE BAR & GRILL INC
26 CPD23-100SL-027 66.06
NANTUCKET BAY OF ANNA MARIA IS
27 CPE09A005-01 28.90
JUST HORSE'N AROUND
28 CPE14-002-02 192.21
R E GRAHAM CONTRACTING INC
29 CPF02-025 91.19
THREE FLAGS PROPERTIES INC
30 CPF03-005A 673.57
INTERSTATE MOBIL
31 CPF12-032G 1,769.95
MORRIS WELDING INC
32 CPF25B001 142.56
VIRKAM ENTERPRISES INC
33 CPF25B010 28.90
BOBBYS CARS
34 CPF31-003 109.60
REGISTERS SAWMILL
35 CPF31-086-00 13.63
ABLE PLUMBING CO
36 CPF31A043-05 28.75
NGUYEN NHAN H
37 CPF32-098 42.29
STEVE'S AUTO SERVICE
38 CPF32N024 62.89
PROFESSIONAL TRANSCRIBING BY
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39 CPF36-057-05 11.91
D W SOUL FOOD


40 CPG05-030-04 210.79
REESE CASON INC
41 CPG05R019-05 42.88
C S IRRIGATION INC
42 CPG06-063G-05 25.35
C & B FASHIONS BLESSED DRESSED
43 CPG06-063N-99 110.48
INDELICATO JOSEPH PA
44 CPG06-0630 80.17
VICKI MORRIS' BARBER SHOP
45 CPG06CO41-03 27.40
BBG PARTNERS
46 CPG06E010 295.87
THE OLD COFFEE HOUSE
47 CPG06E039A-01 36.31
DA CUTTING EDGE
48 CPG06F003A 11.80
CLARINE'S PROFESSIONAL BEAUTY
49 CPG06F004 19.87
HARRISON CHERYL & F ANDERSON
50 CPG06L142B 16.56
GLORIA'S BEAUTY SALON
51 CPG06L143A-99 399.27
REBEL REFINISHING
52 CPG06L152A 277.45
PAGE'S POWER FITNESS
.53 CPG07-057H-04 332.26
DOLLARS R US INC
54 CPG07D130-02 306.11
DIZO INC
55 CPG07D132 88.69
TBT ENTERPRISES INC
56 CPG07D400-05 222.65
PRETTY PETALS PLUS
57 CPG08-085-01 345.03
G & A LAWN LANDSCAPING INC
58 CPG30-011H-04 36.31
KEEN CERAMIC TILE & FLOORING
59 CPG32-036-04 26.55
MOBILE CARPET CENTER INC
60 CPH33-020 71.37
HARRIS TREE SERVICE
61 CPJ05G001C-05 20.42
THE PINK POODLE
62 CPJ09-011A-05 9,890.41
FLETCHER MARINE INC
63 CP.in.0n11B-.05 P536 78
FLCRIl:- L' eFCGE S C"-,CK IN'.
64 ,F.12B146 1". ??.
JUMPER CREEK RV SALES/SERVICE
65 CPJ15-002B-05 171.16'
ELITE AUTO REPAIR
66 CPJ16-022 141.87
PATE VICKIE & JERRY E SCOTT
67 CPJ16AO99B 54.39
BASSWATER LODGE
68 CPJMC1001-00 23.81
MAULDIN JEFF
69 CPK10-004-03 968.99
T-NETIX INC
70 CPL24-019 71.37
DUVAL'S CAMP & TRAILER PARK
71 CPM24-008 386.66
SMITH KENNETH B & DOLORES
72 CPM27-010-02 106.52
SHOT SAVERS INC
73 CPM34-003-04 88.37
BREEZY OAKS RV PARK
74 CPN08-041-02 194.82
ARBOR CARE TREE SERVICE
75 CPN09-035AB-05 102.26
WINN-DIXIE STORES INC #2320
76 CPF109-035C-00 511.80
TRAPAT INC
77 CPN16A005-00 36.63
CINDY'S BARBER SHOP
78 CPN16A011C-02 62.67
SHIRLEYS BARBER & BEAUTY


79 CPN16A013-04 36.63
MAIN STREET STATION
80 CPN16A019-04 58.77-
ALL AMERICAN MILITARY SURPLUS
81 CPN16A059A-97 31.10
LOVE'S CREATIONS
82 CPN16A193D-02 31.10
EL CENTENARIO
83 CPN16C010-00 320.29
VIDEO BUFFS INC
84 CPN16N042A-05 80.92
SALON CENTRAL
85 CPN17-060 19.35
BUSHNELL BIKE SHOP
86 CPN17-103A-04 21.08
DSP PROPERTIES INC
87 CPN22-003-96 134.25
LORD KAREN DC PA
88 CPN36AO26A 45.41
ALICE'S SNACK BAR
89 CPQ19-010-98 70.50
DARRELL WELLS SALVAGE
90 CPQ19-017-02 62.89
AIRBOATS BY LITTLE JOHN
91 CPQ21-003-95 494.86
BOJACK'S POTATO SHACK
92 CPQ22A058-04 56.20
LA ESQUINA MEXICAN STORE,
93 CPQ31D006-99 145.25
CHARLES WHITMAN ENTERPRISES
94 CPS02-043-02 30.60
ANTONIO'S TILE INC
95 CPT01-003-99 417.66
MARTIN RANCH
96 CPT06AO98-05 27.63
FAT FRED'S & DAVE'S TIRE SERV
97 CPT17-066-05 160.04
DIAZ W N INC
98 CSTGA1001-03 2,042.02
THOMAS GUNTER DBA
99 CVPCMC1001-99 33.29
CMC REFRESHMENTS & VENDING INC
100 P01124 326.81
HURST J M & PATRICIA
101 P01195 304.99
CRENSHAW C WAYNE & JUNE
102 P022309 2 27
D I';,ER 27 1 .5 ,ICTRl

SESLER FRED LEE
104 P03046 341.69
DUNN R F JR
105 P03133 180.77
WADE R M
106 P04065 516.63
TAQUERAL CORP
107 P06448 30.87
HIGGINBOTHAM D E
108 P06562 62.89
LORD FRANKIE & KAREN
109 P06858 131.77
SKIPPER H L
110 P06987 35.81 ,
WORTHINGTON FREDERICK & SHARON
111 P06990 45.93
YOUNTS PAUL W
112 P08488 248,66
PARKER MARVIN L 8,,SHIRLEY
113 XG06-009 58.46
CUMMINS LEROY
114 ZC05-022 33.59
SMITH PAUL W
115 ZD01 C400-118 34.57
COHEN MAXIE
116 ZE09-011-018 26,91
KERR EDWIN G
117 ZE09-011-050 10.75
SALAMONE MINJALOE & CHARLIE


118 ZE09-011-054 17.17
BEAUDRY JOHN
119 ZF30-016-02G 19.32
TANNER JOHN
120 ZF30-016-23E 11.13
BORDEN BRENDA
121 ZF32-004-005 21.02
DAILY PATRICIA
122 ZF32-004-008. 22.69
MARTIN W
123 ZG06P042 13.59
ROBERTS VICTORIA
124 ZG07-072-113 11.64
YOUNG HARRIET
125 ZG07-100-009 19.40
SEWARD BARBARA
126 ZG07-100-020 50.20
NEUJHR MARIAN ETHEL
127 ZG07-101-037 22.35
ROBERTS JULIUS
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128 ZG07-104-105 22.72
MORLANDO JAMES
129 ZG07-104-164 41.56
BULMER ROBERT J
130 ZG07-111-004 15.15
MCCARTT JACK
131 ZG07-111-005 48.59
MOESSINGER DEBRA & TED B AZIUK
132 ZG07-111-051 11.34
ENYEDI GREGORY S
133 ZG07-111-055 28.11
BAXTER BILL
134 ZG07-111-069 18.11
THIS CAROL ANN
135 ZG07-111-072 24.48
SEBASTIAN ROGER
136 ZG07B002-022 46.03
KOPKO DANIAL & PATRICIA,
137 ZG07B002-075 9.67
LAWSON ROBERT BEAUMONT &
138 ZG07D146 29.28
RINGWALD RON
139 ZG07GO50-B08 46.31
BOWER JOYCE
140 ZG22AQ016 18.69
CARR GERALDINE
141 G- '005.0T. -'? 48
G'SKIN CHER'YL
1 2 .i.' l'., 1 7"'00"' 13.76
KATES WALTER,
143 ZG23-019-015 26.19
BLUMENTHAL CLARA
.. 144 ZG23-019-066 12.96
REGAN CHARLES.
145 ZG23-019-076 20.14
LUNSFORD JAMES WILLIAM -
146 ZG23-026-05 22.75
MOORE ROBIN
147 ZG23-026-12W 42.45
PRINGLE KEN & REBA
148 ZG23-026-19 25.58
WIEHE VICTOR .
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149 ZG23-026-25 39.34
KATES WALTER
150 ZH30-012-107 12.76
WYNN HAVEN
151 ZH30-012-115 13.32
SHARRONE TERRY
152 ZH30-012-202 12.69
WYNN HAVEN
153 ZH30-012-301 37.06
WILLIAMS JACK
154 ZJ05-038-021 43.99
MOORE DAVID
155 ZJ05-038-035 21.02
LILLEY CARL
156 ZJ05-038-046 19.89
SHERER ELIZABETH ANN


157 ZJ08-011 49.80
GRIFFITH DARLENE D & ELMER L
158 ZJ09-009-049 13.32
THOMAS LYNN
159 ZJ09-009-053 19.26
BRADLEY MICHAEL
160 ZJ09-009-055 18.09
ROY BRENT
161 ZJ09-009-095 16.08
NOE JAMES
162 ZJ09-009-0H6 25.84
MOSSBURG JACK
163 ZJ09-009-178 45.24
CONERLY BRYANT
164 ZL24-019-005 15.22
FISH WSLEY & PEGGY
165 ZL24-019-009 13.05
CASTILLEGA STACY
166 ZL24-019-010 19.32
HAEFNER ROBERTA
167 ZL24-019-012 15.35
ANDERSON KYLE W & DIANE J
168 ZL24-019-013 11.25
ANDERSON CECILIA
169 ZL24-019-044B 15.53
INKSTER REG & DORIS
170 ZL24-019-046 24.09
RANS MARTIN
171 ZL24-019-049 29.25
GALUSHA RAY
172 ZL24-019-440 23.30
KILGORE JOHN MD
173 ZN04-032-106 15.93
SCHOTTA JENI
'174 ZN04-032-219 20.91
COSTAIN EVERITT
175 ZN04-032-223 24.27
GLOVER MYRTLE
176 ZN04-032-435 22.69
LUSBY GLADYS
177 ZN04-032-436 :22.50
KELLY SHEILA
178 ZN07-016-297 23.21
MILLER ROBERT & JANICE
179 ZN07-016-336 19.32
HAROIN GERALD .
180 ZN07-.01-66. 28 2"
'-"RNER TIM',:THY
181 ZN08-0-5-146 23 05
',41_EN .- ANTHONY
182 ZNO8-076-191 29.02
ALEXANDER SUSAN
183 ZN16A133-071 8.94
WORKMAN JULIA GAY
184 ZN17-001-080 33.79 .
RUNYON DAVID & NANCY
185 ZN17-001-099 16.70
HOLSTEN LOWELL
186 ZN17-001-122 29.49
SAUNDERS JAMES
1'7 L-01-042-w' 14 18i
ldlOREY "RDITH
188 ZS01-042-121 18.07'
OSWALT ROBERT ST
189 ZS01-042-166 26.85
MCREYNOLDS TELLAS
190 ZS01-061-029 25.64
LYNCH TOM & LUCY
191 ZS01-061-062 15.12
DAUPHINEE ROGER
192-ZS07-034-004 1.0,75:; ,
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Sumter in

the Top 10

The Sumter County School
District continues to rank
high in Florida
Comprehensive Assessment
Test (FCAT) scores.
The Florida Department of
Education recently
announced the top 10 school
districts exhibiting the great-
est one-year increases in
third grade reading proficien-
cy
This year, the Sumter
County School District
ranked 6th highest in student
gains with a 12.76 increase in
the percent of third graders
reading at or above grade
level up to 80 percent com-
pared to 67 percent in 2005.
The announcement comes
on the heels of news two
weeks ago that Sumter
County 10th-grade students
scored second highest in the
state on the writing portion of
the FCAT test, with a 17 per-
cent increase in the number
of students scoring at or
above grade level.
The top 10 districts were
identified by comparing the
percentage of students' read-
ing skills at or above grade
level in 2006 to 2005.
"I continue to be impressed
by the progress of the stu-
dents in our school system,"
said School Supt. Richard
Shirley. "Every staff works
hard, is well trained and moti-
vates students to do their best.
The results of their efforts are
obvious."
All five Sumter elementary
schools show gains in third
grade reading scores from
last year's test scores.
Webster Elementary School
showed the highest percent-
age increase (22 percent),
going from a score of 55 in
2005 to 77 in 2006. Bushnell
Elementary followed with a
16 percent increase, going
from 62 to 78.-North Sumter
Primary had a 15 percent
increase, from a score of 60 to
75. Lake Panasoffkee (scoring
75 compared to 71) and The
Villages Charter (scoring 89
compared to 85) both had a
four percent increase,


Air Force Airman Ashley M.
Cook has graduated from
basic military training at
Lackland Air Force Base, San
Antonio, Texas.During the six
weeks of training, the airman
studied the Air Force mission,
organization, and military.
customs and courtesies.She
is the daughter of Robert W.
Cook Jr. of Reagan Springs
Road, Seymour, Tenn., and
Theresa Cook of S.W. 102nd
Road, Webster. Cook is a 2005
graduate of the Tomlinson
Adult Learning Center, St.
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The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) invites you to participate in the
upcoming Public Hearing for the SR 48 (Belt Avenue) Project Development and4
Environment (PD&E) Study, Financial Project ID Number 240418-2-22-01, Federal Aid,
Project Number 5652 007 S The Public Hearing will be held on Thursday June 1, 2006,
at the Bushnell Community Center, 407 E. Belt Avenue, Bushnell, Florida 33513.
Project information will be available for informal review from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. At
6:30 p.m. the formal portion of the Hearing will start, involving a project presentation
followed by an opportunity for citizens to make statements. The study limits are from-
the west ramps of 1-75 to CR 475 in Sumter County.
This Hearing will be conducted to afford interested persons the opportunity to express
their views concerning the location, conceptual design, and social, economic and
environmental effects of the proposed improvements. The recommended project
alternative for widening SR 48 to four lanes will be presented.
Right-of-way acquisition is proposed. Potential encroachment on wetlands and'
floodplains has been identified as a result of this project and may be given special.
consideration under Executive Orders 11990 and 11988. This Hearing will be held inT
accordance with 23 CFR 771 and Section 339.155, Florida Statutes. The project is being'
developed to comply with Titles VI and VIll of the Civil Rights Act.
The Hearing will consist of a presentation by the Department on the project and itst
associated impacts followed by a public testimony period. Before and after the Hearing,i
Department representatives will be available to answer questions.
Project documents and conceptual design plans developed by the Department will be,
available for public review from Thursday, May 11, 2006, through Sunday, June 11,H
2006 at the Bushnell Public Library, 402 N. Florida St, Bushnell, FL 33513 (Monday to,
Thursday 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., and Friday and Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to noon) and
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hosted its annual golf scram-
ble on April 15.
The golf scramble, the
Kiwanis Club of Wildwoods
major fundraiser, attracted a
record number of golf enthu-
siasts to the Miona Lake Golf
Course in Wildwood.
The funds raised support a
Number of projects funded
by the Kiwanis Club of
Wildwood.
This year's corporate spon-
sors who, through their con-
tinued support, helped make
this year's tournament an
overwhelming success were:
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CenterState Bank, Ro-Mac
Lumber, Munz Designs Inc.,
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Concrete Inc., Dibarco
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in one." A "hole in one" was
not achieved on five.
However, Villages resident
Bill Lewis obtained golfer's
Nirvana with his "hole in
one" on the 8th hole. Bill will
be enjoying a trip to
Acapulco, provided by
Cindy's Chevrolet.
As the golfers enjoyed a
luncheon of barbecue pork
sandwiches, slaw, beans and
various desserts, prizes were
awarded to the first through
fourth teams.
A good time was had by all,
but the real winners are the
children of Wildwood.
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fundraiser to help Motes
"Plan to shop on Saturday at a Proceeds from both events
fard sale fundraiser for Arvie will be used to help the Motes
and Debbie Motes. family. Mr. Motes was diag-
The event is slated from 7:30 nosed with lung and brain can-
a.m. to 3:30 p.m., on Saturday, cer earlier this year.
May 13, at the Church of God A one-income family, Mrs.
Bushnell on York Street Motes has been unable to work
:' They expect to have '"A little as she work as her husband has
bit of everything," from books undergone treatment and the
arid miscellaneous household funds are to help the family
goods to appliances, with daily financial needs.
Join the local community For more information call
later that night for a good old- Jeffelene Rushing at 568-2274
fashioned Gospel sing, slated or Joyce Higginbotham at 793-
fo0 7:30 p.m. 4181.

Special grants are available
IThe Florida Department of Applications will be accept-
Sate is soliciting applications ed through June 20. To be con-
fo0 Special Category Grants. sidered for funding, applica-
These legislative grants are tions must be delivered to the
available for major historic Division of Historical
p reservation and historical Resources on or before 5 p.m.,
nmtseum projects with grant June 20. For further informa-
assistance ranging from tion contact Yadira Pulido
$60,000 to $350,000. Holmes at (863) 413-2900.

Guitar Group schedules concert


The 33rd Annual Wildwood
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Spn ng Concert will be at 7 p.m.
Tuesday, Ma. 16, in the WMS
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LSCC commencement highlights graduates' accomplishments


Over 200 graduates partici-
pated in Lake-Sumter
Community College's 43rd
Annual Commencement
Ceremony, on Friday, May 5.
Hundreds of families, friends
and LSCC faculty and staff
were there to acknowledge the
impressive Class of 2006.
Prior to being awarded her
Associate in Arts degree,
Student Commencement
Speaker Linda Karp spoke to
the assembly on the impor-
tance of making the most of
life's experiences. She also
acknowledged that it was the
personalized environment of
LSCC its smaller classes, the
one-on-one support of faculty
and staff, and her great friend-
ships with fellow students that
got her through the more chal-
lenging times. Selected through
a competitive nomination and
audition process, the 46-year-
old wife, mother and Howey-in-
the-Hills resident plans to con-


tinue working toward. a Troy
State University Bachelor's
degree in political science.
Graduates Amber Grayford
and Dorothea Norman were
recognized for earning perfect
4.0 grade point averages. Each
were presented the Academic
Excellence Award. Twenty-two
students garnered Summa Cum
Laude honors (3.80-4.0 GPA), 28
graduated Magna Cum Laude
(3.60-3.79 GPA), and 38 gradu-
ates earned Cum Laude (3.4-
3.59 GPA) degrees.
Departmental Awards went to:
Kellie Adkins, biology; Dafne
Ors Gonzales, business technol-
ogy; Matthew Miller, computer
technology; Amy Rouinfar,
chemistry; Danielle Nemeth,
chemistry-freshman; Philip
Levingston, criminal justice;
Payal Patel, health careers;
John Hicks, mathematics;
Megan Chancellor, nursing;
and Beth Hudson, theatre arts.
Always a surprise presenta-


Grads listed

The following Sumter stu-
dents were graduated last week
at Lake-Sumter Community
College.
Associate in Arts/General
Transfer: Shaina Marie
Alvarez, Oxford; Adrienne
Marie Baker, Bushnell;
Tralene Dee Benzel, Bushnell;
Danielle N. Beville, Lake
Panasoffkee; Candice Lynne
Chenoweth, Bushnell; Loucile
Jane Chesley, Bushnell;"
William Kevin Cloud,
Bushnell: Danielle Lee
Crawford, Webster; Franklin
Jesse Davis, Center Hill; Sarah
Marie Elkins, Webster; Steven
Ray Granger, Coleman; John
William Hicks, Coleman;
Stephanie Lynn High, Oxford;
Danielle Marie Hill, Bushnell;
Nichole Noel Kenny,
Bushnell; Kerri Ann Kiernan,
The Villages; Timothy Brandon
Leggett, Wildwood; Amanda
May Lipps, Wildwood; Lorie
Lee Lodwick, Wildwood; Scott
Keith Perry, Center Hill;
Jessica Myrle Reynolds,
Oxford; Linda Sovercool
Reynolds, Sumterville;
Michelle Rose Rogers, Oxford;
Daniel L. Roscoe, Ridge Manor
Estates; Danielle Lynn Shaw,
Bushnell: Wendi Elizabeth
Sovercool, Sumterville;
Matthew Ian Stewart,
Bushnell; Pamela R. Stewart,
Oxford; Amanda Nicole Taylor,
Bushnell; Kristianna Esther
Terry, Wildwood; Amy Kathryn
Tyson, Center Hill; Daron L.
Wade, Wildwood; Toni
Elizabeth Watson, Wildwood;
Larry Lee Wilkinson,
Bushnell; Lauren Alisa Willis,
Bushnell; Allona Jean Wood,
Webster.
AS Nursing...General Track:
Jodi Ann Capolupo, Bushnell;
Beau Jason Caruthers, Oxford;
Casey Shea Chapman,
Wildwood; Michelle Rose
Rogers, Oxford.
Associate in Applied Science
AAS Criminal Justice:
Sarah Marlene Gill, Lake
Panasoffkee; Joseph Kevin
Hofecker, Webster; George
Wendell Whittaker, Wildwood.
AAS Office
Administration...Medical
Office Manager: Dorothea M.
Norman, Bushnell.
Cert. Electrical Distribution
Technology Advanced:
Lorenzo Brooks Jr., Oxford;
Jared James Bryan, Lake
Panasoffkee; Stephen Mark
Bryant, Bushnell; Jaime Arturo
Coronado, Center Hill;
Kenneth A. Merritt, Center
Hill; Isaac Jude Wietan,
Bushnell; Gary Grant Zachary,
Bushnell.
Cert. Electrical Distribution
Technology Basic: Lorenzo
Brooks Jr., Oxford; Jared James
Bryan, Lake Panasoffkee;
Stephen Mark Bryant,
Bushnell; Jaime Arturo
Coronado, Center Hill;
Kenneth A. Merritt, Center
Hill; Isaac Jude Wietan,
Bushnell; Gary Grant Zachary,
Bushnell.


tion, the President's Award is
given to one student each year
for leadership, service and
scholarship. "It is by far one of
the toughest decisions I make,"
said Dr. Charles Mojock.
"There are always so many
deserving students." Graduate
Candice Chenoweth the fourth
LSCC alumni in her family, was
selected to receive the 2006
honor. The Bushnell resident
and South Sumter High School
alumna made only one "B"
among scores of "As." Candice's
high grades have earned her a
regular place on the
President's List, the National
Dean's List, in the international
honor society Phi Theta Kappa,
and inclusion into Who's Who
Among Students in American
Junior Colleges. "Going to col-
lege and playing softball were
my goals through high school,"
said Chenoweth. She received
a full athletic scholarship from
LSCC to do just that, and
played second base and relief
pitcher for the Lady Lakers
softball team. Due to her com-
bination of brains and athletic
prowess, other honors include:
Florida Community College
Activities Association's All-

Candice Chenoweth of
Bushnell, won this year's
President's Award. Students
are nominated by faculty and
the final selection is made by
Dr. Mojock based on leader-
ship, service and scholarship.
Candice graduated from
South Sumter H.S. and will
study veterinary medicine at
U. of F. this fall. She was on a
full LSCC athletic scholarship
and played second base and
relief pitcher positions on the
college's Lady Lakers fast-
pitch softball team.


Academic Team, Suncoast
Conference's Academic Team,
National Junior College
Athletic Association's
Distinguished Academic All-
American, and the 2006 LSCC
Female Student Athlete of the
Year. Having earned a Lake
County Gator Club University


of Florida Transfer
Scholarship, Chenoweth plans
to pursue a career in veterinary
medicine.
Other "super-students"
included eleven dual-enroll-
ment graduates, who earned
both their LSCC Associate in
Arts degrees and their high


school diplomas simultaneous-
ly. They are: Brent Balkaran,
Elizabeth Bennett, Amber
Grayford, Ivy Grayford,
Heather Hilliard Sarah
Leaberry, Jasmine Mitchell,
Ashley Rehman, Laura
Reinhardt, Lauren Sorley and
Cheryl Thompson.


Attention Parents of


2006 Graduates


Congratulate your son

or daughter by

advertising your

message to them in the

2006 Graduate Tab

coming May 25th


S .: Iess:Ie must be submitted b NIa\ 12.
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Thursday, May 11, 2006, Sumter County (FL) Times, Page 1


Sumter County Florida Year 2005 Delinquent Real Estate Taxes

__ NOEMBE 200


NOTICE OF


TAX CERTIFICATE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON WEDNESDAY THE 31ST DAY OF MAY
2006 AT 9:00 A.M. AN ELECTRONIC (ON-LINE) TAX CERTIFICATE SALE (WEB
PAGE) www.sumtertaxcollector.com COUNTY OF SUMTER, STATE OF FLORI-
DA. A TAX SALE CERTIFICATE WILL BE SOLD ON THE FOLLOWING
DESCRIBED LAND TO PAY THE AMOUNT DUE FOR TAXES HEREIN SET
OPPOSITE THE SAME TOGETHER WITH ALL COSTS OF SUCH SALE, INTER-
EST AND ALL ADVERTISING THIS INCLUDES COUNTY, MUNICIPALITY AND
COUNTY FIRE DISTRICTS WHICH INCLUDE UNINCORPORATED COUNTY,
WILDWOOD, COLEMAN, OXVILLE, BUSHNELL, CENTER HILL, WEBSTER,
VILLAGES, DISTRICTS 1,2,3 5 AND 6, AND SUMTER LANDING, SPECIAL
ASSESSMENTS WHEN APPLICABLE.



TOM SWAIN, SUMTER COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR

SEE CURRENT TAX ROLL FOR COMPLETE LEGAL DESCRIPTION


Published for Sumter County by the:


T SUMMER COUNTY





TIMES

May 11,2006


NOVEMBER 2005

: 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Property taxes are due 9 Id -_.
November 1,2005, and 13 14 15 17 18 19
become delinquent on ..... 2-............
April 1, 2006. If taxes are
not paid by April 1, the 27 2 293
county adds a 3% penalty. .



........- -.' : ". _- _-: ,

Sometime afterApril 1, the county
places advertisements of unpaid
taxes in the newspaper to publi- |i 1 ;. '3
cize an auction of tax certificates. .'' -: A.




3.

By June 1, the county auctions a tax certifi- ,f
cate, giving the certificate buyer a claim "
against the property for delinquent taxes, inter- '
est, cost and advertising fee. The auction
determines the interest rate investors will
receive on the certificate. Instead of bidding in
dollars, investors bid interest rates at the auction starting at
18% and goes down. The bidder who is willing to accept the
lowest return is issued the tax certificate.


For a certificate to be redeemed,
the Tax Collector must collect the
face amount, plus all accrued i.
interest, plus a $6.25 Tax / -?.
Collector's redemption fee. _.. _-- -.'




6.

The holder of the certificate can force a public m' *
auction of the property after two years. ....
Bidders may include anyone. To acquire the ,_j
property, the certificate holder must make the
highest bid. Once the property is transferred, all other liens
against the property including mortgages are wiped out with
the exceptions of government liens. If no action is taken after
seven years, the tax certificate will be cancelled.


1 C01-001 255.91
LINGERFELT ROBIN J &
2 C01-008 39.94
CARUTHERS RODNEY T
3 C01-046 HX 1,219.22
BRODERICK PATRICIA C & DEAN J
4 C01-057 HX 336.61
HOLLY JEAN C &
5 C01-076 64.51
CARUTHERS RODNEY T

6 C01-078 43.05
CARUTHERS RODNEY T
7 C02-003 559.64
CARUTHERS RODNEY T

8 C03-015 HX 592.45
DASHER RANDALL & MONICA

9 C04-006 1,266.25
BEISLEY WILLIAM & MELPOMENE
10 C04-013 42.57
DE GROEN M M I & GERTRUDE
11 C05-026 HX 1,326.36
MCDONOUGH JOHN J III &
12 C06-003 32132
ANDREWS ARTHUR & NILLA M
13 C06-008 32.32
FUNAKOSHI EDWARD I TRUSTEE
14 C06-040 32.32
ARD& MAE

S1'5 CO 32.32
HAYASHI GERALD & YUKIE
16 C06-092 32.32
KISHI KAY
17 C06-095 47.04
DELA CRUZ JAMES & ANN
18 C06-120 32.32
CHOCK MELVYN

19 C06-148 32.32
BURGESS SCOTT C & LAURIE L

20 C06-157 32.32
AMBY PAULO & AIDA

21 C06-170 47.04
STOGDILL CARROLL GENE

22 C06-181 32.32
KISHI GEORGE ESTATE OF &

23 C06-184 32.32
SAWADA TOKUO & NOBUKO

24 C06-203 32.32
FONG WELDON & RADINE
25 C06-223 47.04
KISHI KAY

26 C06-228 32.32
KISHI KAY
27 C06-229 32.32
KISHI ROBERT & KAY

28 C06-248 61.73
KISHI KAY

29 C06-250 32.32
KISHI KAY

30 C06-251 32.32
KISHI KAY

31 C06-252 32.32
KISHI KAY

32 C06-253 32.32
KISHI KAY

33 C06-262 47.04
KISHI KAY

34 C06-271 32.32
SPARTON WILLIAM JR

35 C06-344 32.32
LAWRENCE TOM &
36 C06-345 32.32
KEALAULA LAWRENCE & LAWMONT

37 C06-458 32.32
REYES JAMES & LOUISE

"8C0-470 32.32
AWA RG S P & VELMA
39 C08-012 HX 1,498.44
LAW KEITH 0:
40 C08-024 702.57
MCONOUGH JOHN J III & BRIGETTE
---------------------
41P'f1-02e HX 1,330.16
EVATT GEORGE E III & ANN MARIE
=_ -- ..- -- ---- --... ..--
42 C11-043 417.88
GRAHAM JIM
43 C11-045 HX 1,011.13
VERNON DAVID SHAYNE

44 C12-009 964.63
LOLLEY R C
45 C12-019 HX 70.81
LOLLY R C

46 C12-055 2,670.13
LAW PHILIP E
47 C13-007 HX 118.43
MILTON STANLEY E &

48 C13-060 HX 353.94
MADDOX MILTON STACY & CYNTHIA


49 C13-108 30.10
O'STEEN BARRY SCOTT SR & DONNA

50 C14-011 HX 331.20
GAY JAMES & LISA
51 C14-025 HX 70.81
WHITE DAVID W
52 C14-051 620.98
WHITE DAVID W & CAROLYN L
53 C14-080 866.79
PAXTON CHARLES E
54 C14-083 303.01
WHITE GARY W
55 C14-092 HX 196.37
DALTON CHARLES A & VICKI L

56 C14-103 1,721.74
MND PROPERTIES LLC
57 C15-077 2,861.43
BLACK GOLD COMPOST COMPANY
58 C16-012 659.32
ZITO JAMIE JOHN

59 C16-026 HX 804.53
RAYBORN FERMAN C BARBARA A &
60 C16-056 594.48
DAVIS ANNA

61 C16-077 4,945.79
BLDM INC
62 C17-043 HX 1,982.59
DELLATORE RICHARD F
63 C19-038 42.57
MORRIS DENNIS K
64 C20-067 64.55
SAVITAR FARMS LLC

65 C21-006 15,473.19
CHAMPAGNE FARM INC

66 C21-007 27.66
RICH JAMES A SR, JAMES JR.,
67 C21-009 552.66
RICH JAMES A SR,JAMES JR,

68 C21-020 227.94
RICH GAIL
69 C21-021 4.133.04
CHAMPAGNE FARM INC
70 C22-011 HX 375.07
HOMAN RANDAL ALAN

71 C22-017 665.74
JAMES ROSETTA S

72 C22-019 97.87
BROOKS NELSON SR ESTATE OF
73 C22-026 350.81
BROOKS GLORIA

74 C22-028 125.50
GRADY ALVIN & DAISY
75 C22-035 759.20
SESLER CHARLIE V.
76 C22-059 124.64
STOKES EUGENE

77 C23-005 1,161.35
BROOKS VERNON W

78 C23-011 HX 1,038.68
ROYAL RANCH HOLDINGS

79 C23-013 HX 913.34
LEWIS JACQUELINE

80 C23-029 307.99
BROOKS JOHN A

81 C23-035 213.73
JAMES JOYCE A*

82 C23-040 HX 117.83
HUNTER BULAH & EDDIE

83 C23-041 30.10
ROYAL RANCH HOLDING

84 C23-042 HX 291.83
GRADY ALVIN
85 C23-043 HX 133.57
TULLOCH BRENDA J & LURRELL
86 C23-047 HX 712.36
JONES TONY*

87 C23-069 921.87
SESLER MARY ANN

88 C23-075 HX 749.11
MANNS ARTHUR R

'89 C23-080 HX 248.96
WALKER ALVERLINDA

90 C23-502 264.83
BROOKS BERNARD ANTHONY

91 C24-045 HX 70.81
BAKER-CUNDIFF, CHRISTINE

92 C24A001 HX 1,708.61
STOLLAR JULIE ELAINE

93 C26-003 152.99
JASPER THELMA S &

94 C26-005 HX 317.21
JASPER THELMA & SHERRIA
95 C26-016 200.98
WIGGINS DELIA
96 C26-030 124.64
SINGLETON CHARLES & BARBARA


97 C26-031 30.10
DRIGGERS RANDALL & RONALD
98 C26-035 29.09
TRIGGERS R E & RONALD H

99 C26-036 HX 93.18
MASSEY STEPHANIE &

100 C26-038 30.10
DRIGGERS RANDELL E & RONALD H

101 C26-048 37.57
SINGLETON BARBARA
102 C26-050 251.18
KEILER LEONARD

103 C26-053 124.64
MASSEY HARRY TERRELL

104 C26-059 782.77
WOODS WILLIE JR

105 C26-064 707.83
JAMES HARRY & PATRICIA A
106 C26-076 71.82
JONES CHARLIE
107 C26-078 145.61
CAREY THOMAS ERVIN
108 C26-085 HX 248.17
SINGLETON CHARLES & BARBARA

109 C26-086 HX 70.81,
BELL JOHN & ANITA
110 C26-087 HX 70.81
JONES CH..
, 111 C26-089 HX 70.81
MORRIS WANDA K

1t2 C26-093 198.13
JENNING JEANETTE
113 C26-095 HX 188.69
MASSEY VALERIE

114 C26-098 119.63
JENNING JEANETTE

115 C26-106 HX 138.37
SULLIVAN ROSE E

116 C26-112 694.65
SESLER PETE P & DONNA

117 C26-139 HX 170.18
SOLOMON DERRICK & SYLVIA EVON

118 C26-141 1,235.83
TANNER SAMPSON JR

119 C26-142 4,063.01
GARY CHARLES DONALD &

120 C26-144 1,337.50
MASSEY DESIREE &
121 C26-151 124.64
JASPER SHERRIA

122 C26-153 HX 161.71
WOODS JESSE & VALERIE

123 C26-161 410.04
SESLER JAY JERMAINE & JOHNSON

124 C27-001 27.34
ADRIAANSEN KITTY E
125 C27-002 685.54
STOKES SAUL, SAMUEL, JAMES,
126 C27-009 HX 289.69
LAWSON JOSEPH,DORETHA &

127 C27-012 1,135.49
SMITH WILLIE F.,MARY ANN &

128 C27-022 HX 187.61
PATTERSON PHYLLIS

129 C27-024 207.41
HANNAH KATORIA MONEICE

130 C27-030 124.64
SMITH ALLEAN & SAMUEL GRACE

131 C27-036 1,544.26
SERVING RICHARD

132 C27-042 352.68
MATHEWS CORNELIOUS EST*

133 C27-043 146.04
128 INCORPORATED

134 C27-055 HX 70.81
KEILER LEONARD & MILDRED

135 C27-056 394.77
BARNUM FLORENCE*

136 C27-060 124.64
GRADY DAISY*
-- ---- ------- = =: = == = == = =: =:=
137 C27-078 96.80
PATTERSON ALMEDA
138 C27-080 51.48
SMITH WILLIE F ETAL

139 C27-081 HX 162.62
SMITH ALLEAN D

140 C27-082 HX 70.81
SMITH MARY ANN ETAL
141 C27-083 HX 98.12
PATTERSON LOUCINDA
142 C27-091 812.01
JOHNSON RAYMOND VAN

143 C27-096 374.36
GREEN ALBERT LEE
144 C27-097 HX 166.53
JAMES PHILLIP


145 C27-100 85.03
SOLOMON CYNTHIA

146 C27-101 622.57
STOKES TERRY

147 C27-120 HX 293.08
LOVINCE JEAN LOUIS & MARGARET

148 C27-126 105.37
STOKES SAUL, SAMUEL, JAMES,
149 C27-131 HX 313.63
JACKSON DORETHA L

150 C27-156 317.55
JOHNSON SANDY & ARLENE
151 C27-163 324.33
STOKES WYNETTE

152 C27-193 124.64
STOKES SAUL, SAMUEL, JAMES,

153 C27-200 513.76
SMITH MARY ANN

154 C27-221 HX 485.92
JOHNSON BARBARA
155 C27-261 303.01
SMITH COMATASHA
156 C28-018 HX 70.81
BELLAMY SEBRYSO

157 C28-020 HX 595.88
TIMPSON WILLIE JR &
158 C28.022 455.96
LEMON LUCILLE EST-
159 C28-023 HX 161.31
DUNLAP MAETHELLA

160 C28-039 324.33
TAYLOR FREDERICK & TONYA*
161 C28-187 HX 1,068.55
BROOKS LORENZO, JR.

162 C28-196 HX 322.05
LEWIS RON

163 C28-201 578.79
JAMES WILLARD C

164 C30-002E 37.92
GORDON DAVID P

165 C31-001CC 25.21
JOHNSON SANDY

166 C31-001G 23.02
MOSSOP DONALD

167 C31-0011 23.39
MOSSOP DONALD

168 C31-001M 24.11
MOSSOP DIANE

169 C31-001MM 45.85
ESTEVES ANTONIO

170 C31-001NN 25.46
ESTEVES MANUEL

171 C31-00100 23.09
WILKENS CLAIRE
172 C32A0201 820.31
ROBERTS CUSTOM HOMES INC

173 C32A0404 820.31
OAK HILL DEVELOPMENT GROUP LLC

174 C32A0501 820.31
MOLINARY ROBERT J & DONNA M

175 C32A0503 820.31
GOLDCO GROUP INC

176 C32A0602 820.31
OAK HILL PROPERTIES LLC

177 C32A0606 820.31
OAK HILL DEVELOPMENT GROUP LLC

178 C32A0607 820.31
OAK HILL DEVELOPMENT GROUP LLC

179 C32A0608 820.31
GOLDCO GROUP INC

180 C32A0805 820.31
ROBERTS CUSTOM HOMES INC
181 C32A0901 820.31
OAK HILL DEVELOPMENT GROUP LLC

182 C32A0909 820.31
OAK HILL PROPERTIES LLC
183 C32A0910 820.31
OAK HILL PROPERTIES LLC
184 C32A0916 820.31
DEWAR JOSEPH F & SUZETTE
185 C32A1205 820.31
OAK HILL DEVELOP GROUP LLC
186 C32A1206 820.31
OAK HILL DEVELOP GROUP LLC
187 C32A1207 820.31
OAK HILL DEVELOP GROUP LLC

188 C32A1220 820.31
OAK HILL PROPERTIES LLC
189 C32A1221 820.31
OAK HILL PROPERTIES LLC

190 C32A1222 820.31
OAK HILL PROPERTIES LLC
191 C32A1301 820.31
FLOWERS JOSEPH JR
192 C32A1306 820.31
TRAN ANNA T


193 C32A1316 820.31
OAK HILL PROPERTIES LLC

194 C32A1317 820.31
OAK HILL PROPERTIES LLC
195 C32A1318 820.31
BHOOPSING VEJAY

196 C32A1405 1,301.92
BURDAK DANIEL S & DIANA

197 C33-006A 64.00
JACKSON JANNIE B P ESTATE
198 C33-019 HX 70.81
GORDON WENZEL LEE-

199 C33-041 256.49
WILSON ALTHEA
200 C34-003 264.12
128 INCORPORATED

201 C34-010 3,738.99
WANG GEORGE

202 C34-022 HX 328.99
JONES CHERRY L

203 C34-024 24,170.82
SHITAL INC
204 C34-032 HX 70.81
BRADLEY LORETHA
205 C34-033 245.91
GUMBY EARLENE

206 C34-034 22,954.92
ANAND PATEL LLC
207 C34A040 F 7,276.39,
7132 WILDWOOD LLC

208 C34A107 194.20
COLEMAN GERRY A

209 C34A113 HX 70.81
MEYERS HAROLD
210 C34A136 76.45
CARBERRY EILEEN

211 D01-026 1,791.69
GREAT LAKES CARPET & TILE INC*

212 D01C023 990.98
WHITEHEAD DONALD P

213 D01C045 299.64
SACKS BRYAN C & TERESA L

214 D01C069 1,170.83
REED RUTH M

215 D01CIO HX 353.35
FIELDS BECKY A

216 D01C108 HX 637.39
BASSETT MATTHEW A &
217 D01C128 321.38
BROWN RICHARD L JR

218 D01C140 1,114.29
COCHRANE JAMES M & MATHEW S

219 D01C143 HX 468.84
RATHBURN CAROL*

220 D01C169 1,121.23
SPOTO ONOFIRO F & GERALDINE M

221 D01C198 304.44
MILLER DAVID A

222 D01C249 HX 393.91
CLARY DAVID P & JANET E

223 D01C251 781.41
BURNHAM DOUGLAS S & SHAUN M

224 D01C281 HX 664.74
DOSCHER EVELYN R TRUSTEE
225 D01D336 HX 508.67
HEFFELFINGER JAMES & BEVERLY

226 D01F028 HX 2,406.22
STASI CLIFFORD L TRUSTEE

227 D01F052 HX 3,929.07
GUYTON EUGENE L JR & GLORIA J

228 D01G030 HX 4,059.71
KINCAID ZERNIE K TRUSTEE
229 D01J700C 14,067.53
7343 LADY LAKE LLC

230 D02F145 962.50
MARGHERITA VICTOR J ESTATE OF

231 D03B031 HX 826.25
DALLING SALLY M
232 D03C108 585.66
FERRY VINCNET A & ELIZABETH A

233 D03C115 HX 1,574.50
WILLIAMS KENNETH L & DAWN C

234 D03C130 HX 1,222.34
ELLIOTT DENNIS
235 D03J036 3,741.69
AICHER LAWRENCE A &
236 D03J081 2,858.74
VESTER JOHN J & KATHY R
237 D03K283 HX 2,443.06
VESTER KATHY R

238 D04-019 HX 70.81
BEAULIEU MICHAEL A
239 D04C044 2,325.72
CIARFELLA AUDREY F

240 D04F069 HX 3,776.86
HUJGHES JOYCE ANN SKAGGS


4.

Once the certificate is sold, the
bidder must pay to the county
the face amount (gross tax, 3%
penalty, 5% commission and
advertising fee) of the certificate.


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241 D05-013 HX 70.81
MARTIN L A & CHARLOTTE E*

242 D05-014 410.04
MARTIN CHARLOTTE E & LYNN A

243 D05-025 HX 973.74
CARUTHERS RODNEY THOMAS

244 D05-038 HX 980.81
SHREWSBURY ROLLAND D & BRENDA

245 D05-051 981.41
MARTIN LYNN A & CHARLOTTE E

246 D05-139 144.81
CRENSHAW JASON WAYNE

247 D05-141 30.26
CRENSHAW LARRY EUGENE &

248 D06-011 HX 297.52
WHITE DARYL E & CINDY L

249 D06-052 87.16
WHITE DARYL E

250 D07A023 HX 472.86
MARTIN CYNTHIA S

251 D07B007 1,068.50
LEATHERMAN BETTY JO

252 D08-003 HX 2,019.36
LAPERLE NORMAN & DOROTHY

253 D08-030 HX 2,990.24
CALLAWAY JALAINE M

254 D08A006 93.96
MASSEY ELAINE

255 D09-006 575.13
LONG LYNNE & SAM

256 D09D007 3,128.70
JOHNSON MICHAEL D & SHARION R

257 D09E039 HX 2,648.97
FIJOLEK CHESTER P

258 D09G084 .2,728.40
FRY ELEANOR D TRUSTEE

259 D09G128 HX 2,411.64
KOLB ROBERT J & PATRICIA A

260 D09H042 HX 1,678.93
WILSON CARMEN E TRUSTEE

261 D09H062 HX 1,715.68
GALVIN LYNNE L & FRANK J JR

262 D10A087 2,242.58
FARROW JANET E & ROBERT B

263 D10C130 HX 2,461.14
CATT ROY E & JEAN I

264 DIIA016 3,217.39
BARRY MARY CATHERINE

265 DII1B040 HX 3,760.41
BISHOP TERRENCE W. &

266 D12B004 3,658.17
LANGENBACH PAUL & PATRICIA C

267 D12C249 2,315.75
MCFADDEN EDWARD T TRUST

268 D12H026 HX 2,768.16
FARROW ROBERT B & JANET E

269 D12J065 1,617.46
MACDONALD THOMAS E & LUCILLE

270 D12M068 3,880.18
JENSEN RODGER L & NANCY A

271 D12P017 3,611.50
NORRIS CHRISTOPHER W

272 D12P018 4,187.30.
KELLY MARION & SUSAN VARSAMES

273 D12P038 HX 3,161.84
WENMAN 'JACK & BEVERLY

274 D125062 HX 2,992.97
WALSH WILLIAM J & ARZETTA J

275 D12S119 HX 2,060.99
COONS FRED L & PATRICIA L

276 D13-004 3,499.97
SMALLWOOD MARVIN

277 D13D016 HX 1,450.63
KISER OMAH MACDONALD

278 D13D098 2,319.60
RUNK ROBERT L & D'ANN

279 D13F059 HX 1,215.94
TERHUNE DONN L & LENA L

280 D13L064 HX 1,047.91
HULICK ROBERT S & MARIE L

281 D13L148 HX 1,092.35
CONNOR WILLIAM D & SALLY K

282 D13N189 HX 2,379.22
CAWTHORNE SUSAN J

283 D15D273 4,616.78
VERDERAME CAROLYN & DANIEL J &

284 D15D391 4,306.77
JARVIS EMORY E

285 D16M047 HX 1,755.74
HEIDERSHEID JEAN

286 D16Q018 5,539.50
MARCY SHIRLEY A

287 D17-019 1,036.02
LEATHERMAN DONALD

288 D17-037 HX 923.40
KORNEGAY RUDOLPH E

289 D17-063 666.63
KERN GAIL ERNEST & CAROL J &

290 D17-080 363.58
KORNEGAY RUDOLPH E

291 D17-111 146.03
CARUTHERS RODNEY T

292 D17-113 378.62
B & T PROPERTIES LLC

293 D17C004 303.01
LEATHERMAN BETTY JO

294 D17E003 3,807.51
TURON STANLEY J & EILEEN G

295 D17G183 3,411.49
WILKES DONALD E

296 D18-008 HX 925.68
TATUM MARCILE

297 D18-021 598.12
LEATHERMAN BETTY

298 D18-053 HX 86.69
COTTENGIM JESSE 0 & MARY J

299 D18-131 410.04
BERRY QUINTON & LEIGH ANN


300 D19-055 HX 736.27
WILLIS RALPH C & LORI L

301 D20-004 HX 173.83
FINDLEY JEROME & TINA

302 D20-017 HX 1,246.59
DAYNER BROOX C

303 D20-036 HX 619.52
WOOD RHONDA C

304 D20-040 HX 902.52
WICKER R L & PAMELA

305 D20-105 3,498.55
LOWE RICHARD ALLEN, JR

306 D20B014 HX 890.05
COLON PATRICIA HALLORAN


307 D20E016 3,637.82
RENIK PROPERTIES LLC

308 D20F086 2,877.20
KERRICK DONNA M BILOTTI &

309 D21C074 HX 3,514.73
CAIN WARREN E & JOAN K

310 D21E044 2,674.32
WILSON CARMEN E TRUSTEE

311 D21G011 2,664.31
JOHNSON FRANCES L & THOMAS D

312 D21L102 3,521.60
RIALE PHILLIP & ISABEL

313 D22B167 4,689.23
RUSSELL DEBORAH L TRUSTEE

314 D23A139 5,068.13
HERRICK WILLIAM R & MADELEINE

315 D24-004 164.16
FIELDS RUBY S & LUKE BERRY

316 024-014 190.27
DARLING MARGARET (LE)

317 D24-036 HX 222.81
FIELDS SARAH W

318 D24-037 HX 184.76
DARLING DOROTHY A

319 D24-051 1,000.38
FIELDS RUBYE SMITH

320 D24-057 722.54
ALEXANDER MARTHA

321 D24-061 336.81
RACHEL HAZEL & HORACE

322 D24-097 96.82
DARLING MARGARET

323 D24-098 453.19
BROOKS MONYA

324 D24-101 124.64
WALKER ALVERLINDA

325 D26A017 6,042.70
EDLEMAN JEFFREY S & VIRGINIA H

326 D26A034 2,635.16
TOMPKINS GERALD BUNKER &

327 D27A094 5,473.14
MIRABILE DOMENIC L

328 D27G102 HX 4,843.77
LOVE RODERICK R & RITA M

329 D28A001 HX 2,746.31
ROWAN DANA P

330 D28A047 HX 2,600.51
HINKLE TERRY M & MICHELLE

331 D28B036 HX 1,979.27
INGRAM RONALD D & REGINA L

332 D28C102 HX 1,979.70
RATCLIFF TRACY & KAREN

333 D29-009 432.02
DUEL JOHN W

334 D29-011 1,602.80
FUCCI ALBERT & DEAN JOHNSON

335 D29A002 HX 137.89
TILTON IAN G

336 D29C082 2,430.94
MILLER TROY L & TERESA B

337 D29DB007 HX 1,932.51
DESANTIS TERRANCE F & BRIDGETT

338 D29DC010 HX 1,360.06
HULL KENNETH W & ALICIA M

339 D30-019 HX 83.87,. ,
PANNELL LISA CAYE

340 D30-037 61.93
CRENSHAW BELINDA SUE

341 D30-050 HX 1,140.68
CRENSHAW BELINDA SUE

342 D30-051 HX 191.33
HIGGS AARON C

343 D30-075 31.22
CRENSHAW BELINDA S

344 D30A030 672.16
CLARK BETTY ANN ESTATE OF

345 D30A035 HX 145.30
JARRELL KAREN

346 D30A189 467.20
DOREY ANTHONY C & BRENDA

347 D30A201 HX 132.28
SHARTZER JOHN & CHERYL

348 D30A230 HX 70.81
SLONE MATTHEW & RITA

349 D30A243 105.89
MAPLES ANNA P ESTATE OF

350 D30A245 76.45
MAPLES PHARABA ESTATE OF

351 D30A280 245.84
KINIKIN SCOTT C

352 D30A342 671.84
FIQUEROA RAMON

353 D30A349 HX 70.81
STOKES RODNEY & JESSICA

354 D30A418 HX 558.88
LUNDY GLEN E & WANDA

355 D31-028 HX 1,022.94
WADE R M & DEBRA LYNN

356 D32-012 HX 1,742.14
GOAD SYLVIA & WILLING MELODY

357 D32-057 HX 1,737.61
TONEY JAMES A & KAREN

358 D32-063 HX 199.49
GOODMAN BRADLEY & DIANNA

359 D32-087 HX 1,483.00
LITTLE JAMES M

360 D32-127 HX 1,130.52
SULLIVAN CHARLES B & CAROL L

361 D32-127A 262.86
SULLIVAN CHARLES B & CAROL L

362 D32-134 46.14
STILL MAXWELL & DONNA

363 D33-056 303.01
AMMONS JOSEPH LEE II

364 D34A028 1,278.93
KUEBLER EDWARD C & LINDA S

365 D34C016 2,063.85
MOGG RICHARD C & LINDA S


366 D36-004 HX 1,269.52
SMITH WAYNE

367 E04A020 860.97
MAYNARD LARRY & KATHY LYNN

368 E04A023 HX 339.81
OLIVER JON & LORY OLIVER

369 E04A036 HX 544.65
MCNEELY MICHAEL S

370 E09-008 154.39
GRAHAM ROBERT E

371 E09-023 60.41
DUNCAN JAMES C
. . . . . . . .


1,674.65


373 E10-003 1,838.42
GRAHAM ROBERT E

374 E10-007 3,259.84
BIGGE WILLIAM C & KAREN S

375 E10-008 24.86
BIGGE WILLIAM C & KAREN S

376 E10-010 326.83
GRACO HOLDING COMPANY

377 E11-006 29.19
GRAHAM ROBERT E

378 E12-002 HX 148.92
BERRY CHRISTINA L

379 E14-001 25.10
MARTIN MICHAEL R & VERA A

380 E14-002 HX 1,237.61
GRAHAM ROBERT E

381 E14-004 200.88
WADE R M

382 E14-015 HX 316.45
MARTIN MICHAEL R & VERA A

383 E14-030 33.09
MARTIN MICHAEL R & VERA A

384 E14-035 32.94
STOLLAR SHARON & KENNY

385 E15-001 236.39
GRAHAM ROBERT E

386 E15-003 45.23
WADE R M

387 E15-006 84.94
WADE R M

388 E15-009 132.65
WADE R M

389 E23-025 HX 70.81
BOONE DAVID

390 E23-039 274.51
OSTROWSKI RICHARD & MARY

391 E23-045 146.80
PEEL HOWARD & JANET KAY

392 E23A001 802.07
ZIPAY DAVID T

393 E23B003 344.62
SHEEHAN THOMAS M

394 E23B022 350.37
EGGERT W F & MARY W

395 E23C003 HX 70.81
DAM CHUONG X TRUSTEE

396 E23D011 329.85
MCCANN LAURIE E & DAVID &

397 E23EA032 97.87
DAWSON JAMES E & FLORENCE M

398 E23EB005 HX 752.13
OSTROWSKI RICHARD & MARY M

399 E23EB006 HX 456.26
PAPANIA KIMBERLY S

400 E23FC010 242.36
PEEL HOWARD L & JANET K

401 E23FC012 HX 929.71
PEEL HOWARD L & JANET K

402 E23G006 501.00
PEEL HOWARD L & JANET K

403 E23G016 852.40
BAULDREE RANDALL S & LANA J

404 E23G029 111.26
PEEL HOWARD L & JANET K

405 E26-007, 659.76
DANMARKAF INVESTMENTS INC

406 E26-010 1,253.75
KUYKENDALL KAREN TUCKER &

407 E26A009 59.16
DANMARKAF INVESTMENTS INC

408 E26A010 188.47
DANMARKAF INVESTMENTS INC

409 E26A020 750.42
DANMARKAF INVESTMENTS INC

410 E26A024 56.93
DANMARKAF INVESTMENTS INC

411 E26A025 81.81
DAHMARKAF INVESTMENTS INC

412 F01-002 HX 682.55
ELLIOTT RUSSELL & BONNIE S

413 F01-024 HX 70.81
WILSON ANNIE M

414 F01-025 HX 70.81
RICHE AUDREY N

415 F01-027 HX 587.65
MOZEE DARLENE

416 F01-043 HX 70.81
PERRY WILLIE C

417 F01-044 96.11
EVANS MARVA A

418 F01-051 HX 329.68
EVANS MARVA ETAL JTWROS

419 F01-053 1,147.25
SCHEUER THOMAS E

420 F01-091 645.32
FELLERS SUSAN E

421 F01-101 1,456.04
EMMANDRANAUTH DAPHNE &,

422 F02-025 4,323.63
THREE FLAGS PROPERTIES INC

423 F11-003 2,848.39
THREE FLAGS PROPERTIES INC

424 F11A034 5,617.47
THREE FLAGS PROPERTIES INC

425 F12-007 441.03
ELLCEY DIANE A &

426 F12-015 HX 70.81
MOSLEY DINA WILLIAMS

427 F12-020 262.66
LYNUM & LYNUM CONSTRUCTION CO

428 F12-021 97.87
TILLMAN IRENE

429 F12-028 477.92
WILLIAMS LEROY

430 F12-043 HX 147.00
TILLMAN IRENE

431 F12-044 347.24


BIVINS MICHAEL

432 F12A004 433.03
FOUR HORSEMEN INVESTMENT GRP

433 F12A006 204.90
EVANS SAMUEL & WILLIAM C &

434 F12A010A 80.04
EVANS MARVA & WILLIAM C JONES

435 F12A015 468.72
FOUR HORSEMEN INVESTMENT GROUP

436 F12A017 440.18
FISKUM DAVID L

437 F12A018 670.39
HAUGABROOK JAMES JR &

438 F12AO31 372.47
FOUR HORSEMEN INVESTMENT GROUP


439 F25-005 HX 465.09
BOSCANA BARBARA

440 F25-013 HX 70.81
TALLEY HEATHER L & KENNETH R

441 F25-020 271.62
TALLEY KENNY JR

442 F25-026 HX 1,162.92
BECK JOHN A

443 F25-037 853.09
LEWIS RANDY

444 F25-044 285.88
CHIN-SHUE ELEINE

445 F25-069 HX 344.27
GODWIN L CLAY

446 F25-072 1,356.20
EVATT GEORGE III & ANN

447 F25-100 HX 70.81
BARNES LULA MAE

448 F25-115 938.21
CARTER SHELLEY L

449 F25-185 HX 374.31
LEWIS RONALD E

450 F25-191 1,116.32
DESHOTELS BEAU EDWARD

451 F25-239 126.89
FAIN MICHAEL E & PATRICIA A

452 F25-240 111.21
BRIDGES WILLIAM J

453 F25-251 HX 271.99
SMART BENJAMIN JR & SANDRA I

454 F25-252 HX 70.81
LOURIMORE JOHN & KATHLEEN

455 F25-259 HX 1,696.89
FARBER ADAM

456 F25-262 285.88
GOULD EDMOND L & CHERRI P

457 F25A028 HX 668.72
NEWMAN KENNETH ALLAN

458 F25A040 181.84
CARUTHERS ROBERT E

459 F25A052 HX 1,304.17
CARUTHERS ROBERT EDWARD

460 F25A068 HX 70.81
REMINGTON DOVIE

461 F25B003 167.45
MCRAE T D

462 F25B052 HX 273.47
GOULD EDMOND L & CHERRI P

463 F25D051 193.23
HOVIS SHANDA H

464 F25F332 379.18
ASBURY THOMAS F & WILMA E

465 F29B042 1,232.27
HUCKLEBERRY JOHN

466 F29B045 HX 70.81
CLARK SHAUNA R

467 F29B046 570.98
SAUNDERS DEANNA L

468 F29B083 783.30
GEER BILLIE IVEY

469 F29B084 423.50
DURSPEK D W & JUANITA

470 F29B087 2,050.82
BICKFORD ANNIE S CRUMP

471 F29CO33 509,83
KIRBY RAY D

472 F29C034 HX 70.81
WARREN JAMIE A & JAIME L

473 F30A036 HX 299.77
VALENTICH TINA M ESTATE OF

474 F30A047 981.48
DUVALL DONALD & KJELLAUG

475 F30A049 35.45
VALENTICH ROBERT I

476 F30B026 602.52
HUNTER CRAIG A & ROXANN L

477 F30B036 HX 904.98,
SCHLEMAN SHIRLEY MAE & JODEY H

478 F30B044 889.05
JORGENSON DONNA

479 F30B078 405.06
DALTON JANIS ETAL

480 F30B107 276.51
NOHREN STEPHEN L

481 F30B108 102.99
CAMERON DEBRA M

482 F30B114 324.33
KIRKLEN THOMAS & TAMMY L

483 F30B116 551.90
SUDDATH MICHAEL E

484 F30B135 568.72
CRUMITY CHANEIL III & BETTY J

485 F30C089 HX 70.81
HOEMIG WALTER NORMAN & ROSALIE
486 F30C107 HX 695.11
ELLER GERALD & TOMMIE

487 F30C128 HX 70.81
DURFEE WILLIAM JR

488 F30C157 HX 70.81
SCHOTT DONNA

489 F30C186 151.40
CARLSON RODNEY F & HELEN L

490 F30C202 795.23
RAMBO GEORGIA

491 F30C208 HX 70.81
OLSEN DOROTHY M

492 F30C231 220.15
WONG ALVIN K

493 F30C234 731.55
WONG ALVIN KEITH

494 F30C254 HX 477.72
HUDDLESTON GERALD WADE &

495 F30C283 459.89
GONZALEZ LOUIS & FRANCES

496 F30C307 360.96


BROWN ANNABEL TRUSTEE

497 F30C310 375.01
TESTON DAVID W

498 F30C318 HX 238.22
SMITH MICHAEL D & TERESA

499 F30D006 HX 503.47
SCOTT MARSHALL RAYBURN &

500 F30F043 832.66
VOLNER KATHY 0

501 F30F046 526.38
SEE TOBI

502 F30F074 560.15
CASTOR PATRICK A & SANDRA L

503 F30G003 1,431.86
NELSON TERRY C

504 F30H011 HX 70.81
MINER HEATHER LEANE


505 F31-016 440.50
ROBERTS JIMMY C

506 F31-020 HX 1,237.37
AUSTIN J W & JEAN

507 F31-024 563.76
POMEROY KEITH

508 F31A016 111.26
GARCIA JOE & HILDA

509 F31A020 606.17
PHELPS NATHAN & LINDA LEA

510 F31A061 HX 70.81
WEAVER RICHARD C & ERRECA D

511 F31A073 HX 113.16
CUMBIE DELORIS C &

512 F31A083 HX 70.81
NOHREN STEPHEN L

513 F31A101 378.20
GARCIA EDITH M & SHERRIE ANNE

514 F31B041 HX 70.81
GLENNON HAZEL E

515 F31B056 HX 70.81
NEWCITY RUSSELL L

516 F31B074 HX 70.81
BEASLEY STEVEN

517 F31B075 222.27
BEASLEY STEVEN

518 F31B076 217.39
WATSON FRANCES

519 F31B079 363.58
MCKENZIE MARYBELLE ESTATE

520 F31B084 45.69
BARBER ROBERT C

521 F31 B085 47.57
BARBER ROBERT C

522 F31B092 HX 70.81
GOSSARD BRENDA GIBSON

523 F31B107 HX 113.29
STARK LEE ANN & MICHAEL STARK

524 F31B117 341.47
OKIN THEDORE & LEONARD

525 F31B121 290.80
SMITH STEVE R PAUL W & SCOTT A

526 F31B122 111.26
LEE W D & F E DEMPSEY

527 F31B137 229.86
WATSON FRANCES

528 F31B139 117.48
WATSON WILLIAM

529 F31C014 446.46
DRAPER RICHARD & DEBORAH A

530 F31C025 HX 896.84
HUGHES LARRY D & TINA F

531 F31C059 HX 70.81
BEEMAN JOHN J

532 F31C065 124.94
PRATER JESSE J & SANDRA L

533 F31C098 HX 78.70
OWENS JEREMY W

534 F31C099 738.08
CASTOR PATRICK A & SANDRA L

535 F31C101 HX 70.81
DAVIS VICKY A

536 F31C143 1,195.93
BRAY BENJAMIN & SARAH

537 F31C173 822.89
HOLDEN FRANK 0 ESTATE OF

538 F31C176 397.99
MARTINEZ DIANA LYNN

539 F31D002 111.26
PRUITT GEORGE & IRIS (JTWROS)

540 F31D006 98.77
WATSON WILLIAM

541 F31D007 92.52
WATSON WILLIAM

542 F31D008 111.26
WATSON FRANCES

543 F31D017 HX 217.74
PITTMAN DANIEL J

544 F31 D024 377.82
CASTOR PATRICK A & SANDRA L

545 F31D025 242.36
FINCH HERBERT D & SUSANNA

546 F31D033 HX 70.81
KAUFFMAN DORA

547 F31D060 92.52
BROWN JANET G

548 F31D069 599.66
FINCH HERBERT & SUSANNA

549 F31D070 167.45
FINCH HERBERT D & SUSANNA B

550 F31D072 36.33
FORT DELORISS

551 F31D073 73.79
BAXLEY T JACK
552 F31D075 HX 81.57
GRAY FREDERICK R JR

553 F31D081 366.41
DEBOER RAYMOND

554 F31D083 666.83
MYERS TOMMIE J & LAMBERT

555 F31D114 36.33
FORT DELORISS

556 F31D120 117.48
TALENT CHARLES EST

557 F31D129 HX 70.81
BEALE ROSE

558 F31D136 392.20
MOBILE HOME DEVELOPMENT CORP

559 F31D141 167.45
MOBILE HOME DEVELOPMENT CORP

560 F31D176 36.33
FORT DELORISS

561 F31D178 HX 70.81
RUBY DANNY EDWARD

562 F31D184 303.81
OKIN LEONARD

563 F31D195 381.40
CASTOR PATRICK A & SANDRA L


564 F31E004 577.97
DEUEL JOHN W & PAMELA

565 F32-022 993.17
MICHELS KENNETH M JR

566 F32-023 1,340.38
LEE JOHN E SR & BARBARA A

567 F32-027 178.15
FROST STEVEN C

568 F32-034 HX 70.81
TURNER MALVIN G & MARY ANN

569 F32-036 271.16
HENDRICKS DIANE W & PRESTON C

570 F32-098 775.77
FROST STEVEN C


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571 F32-100 154.07
FROST STEVE & ELIZABETH A

572 F32B047 401.84
ROSENBURG PENNY LEE(55%) &

573 F32C027 195.98
PERDUE ROBERT

574 F32C085 251.41
MENTSER MARK A & BARBARA G

575 F32D016 HX 433.51
SHERK LAURAYNE ESTATE OF

576 F32E018 HX 136.01
KALLAL MELBA

577 F32F038 HX 886.12
TAYLOR BARBARA L CONLEY

578 F32J042 1,418.63
WILLIAMS LORRIE BAYLESS

579 F32J046 154.59
DIGGENS IRENE H

580 F32J050 HX 157.34
MANGIONE THOMAS S & SHIRLEY J

581 F32J075 78.16
POTTS SHARON & ROBERT G WEST

582 F32K034 HX 423.47
STOKES JERRY W &

583 F32N005 163.70
HAMILTON SCOTT

584 F32N023 HX 1,252.02
GRAY TERESA A

585 F32N024 HX 581.29
SHORE PHILIP D & SUSAN T

586 F32Q035 HX 71.50
LOCKLEAR BRENDA GAIL

587 F32Q056 HX 70.81
MOULIN THOMAS H

588 F32Q155 HX 314.25
CLAYTON JOHN CARLYLE &

589 F32Q177 97.87
KAY RICHARD C & PAMELA S

590 F32Q178 178.15
KAY RICHARD C & PAMELA S

591 F32Q224 403.36
KAY RICHARD C & PAMELA S

592 F32Q225 73.79
KAY RICHARD C & PAMELA S

593 F32R008 522.32
TAYLOR THOMAS M

594 F32S006 HX 70.81
POWELL CHRISTOPHER SHANE &

595 F32S016 673.31
HOLT ANGEL LYNN

596 F32V008 142.46
SEWARD CHERYL T

597 F33A026 2,412.41
COON LORI

598 F33A035 HX 70.81
FORTSCH DAVID W & MARY A

599 F35-004 120.78
WADE R M

600 F35-008 176.08
WADE R M

601 F35-010 528.58
WADE R M

602 F35-041 396.98
BOLLING KATHY L

603 F35A006 HX 70.81
RICHE BETTY

604 F35A008 70.98
GARVIN THELMA R

605 F35A010 HX 115.19
RUFFIN GREGORY AND SHERRY ANN

606 F35A012 HX 70.81
PRIDGEN ELIZABETH

607 F35A014 557.88
BELL EVA MAE

608 F35A022 127.30
DONALDSON DENNIS JAMES & SCOTT

609 F35A032 HX 70.81
HARRIS JULIA L

610 F35A040 HX 70.81
MILLER LINDA & NORMA MILLER

611 F35A052 103.05
JONES CAROLYN EST

612 F35A056 83.70
WILLIAMS HOWARD EST

613 F35A080 427.46
WILLIAMS ANDREA T

614 F35A092 389.32
DAVIS PHILLIP L

615 F35A100 263.69
TURNER DARIUS D

616 F35A126 485.59
BIVINS CLAUDE EST

617 F35A130 91.48
DAVIS WILLIAM

618 F35A135 265.48
JOHNSON LESLIE ALFRED

619 F35A140 82.52
EDWARDS ISABELL & ALIVE &

620 F35A152 HX 70.81
HAYES JESSIE MAE ESTATE

621 F35A168 HX 764.66
MCCRAY ALBERT JAMES & MARTHA E

622 F35A183 54.35
HERBERT LIZZIE LIFE ESTATE

623 F35A185 54.35
JEAN RUTH & ROBERT JACKSON

624 F35A186 54.35
FORT DELORISS

625 F35A200 145.79
GREEN TREE FINANCIAL SERVICING

626 F35A201 210.23
HURST ROBBIN R

627 F35A216 HX 70:81
WILLIAMS CLEVELAND & GRACE

628 F35A218 HX 70.81
DAVIS MINNIE BELL & CHARLES

629 F35A219 398.61
CARTER VERNELL


630 F35A222 239.92
WILLIAMS PERRY JR & ANDREA T

631 F35A234 813.09
TIMMONS ALBERTIS &

632 F35A258 785.96
JOHNSON CLARA

633 F35B002 HX 70.81
JONES CARLISA D

634 F35B003 46.65
JONES CARLISA

635 F35B004 HX 135.87
FELTON MINNIE C

636 F35B009 80.53
FELTON JAMES


637 F35C006 418.86
VOGLER PERRY & CINDY R

638 F35C011 HX 134.62
RUSSELL MELODY M

639 F35C015 301.84
CLARK JETHRO ESTATE OF

640 F35D002 113.49
NELSON JAMES A

641 F35D006 HX 70.81
PERCIFIELD THOMAS & SHIRLEY

642 F36-025 338.69
CARUTHERS ROBERT EDWARD

643 F36-026 410.04
CARUTHERS ROBERT EDWARD.

644 F36-031 259.84
KEYE CYNTHIA

645 F36-036 HX 70.81
GOLPHIN DEBORAH

646 F36A016 241.19
CARUTHERS ROBERT EDWARD

647 F36A017 114.80
CARUTHERS ROBERT E

648 F36A018 44.75
CARUTHERS ROBERT E

649 F36A022 582.12
JAMES CARRIE

650 F36A026 430.94
CARUTHERS ROBERT EDWARD

651 G0S-024 447.41
DOHER CHAD

652 G05-030 HX 246.24
CASON CHRISTY M & DANIEL REESE

653 G05-034 251.56
BOWLIN CATHY

654 G05-040 HX 658.91
SCOTT ALLEN W

655 G05-046 1,695.94
ADAMS MICHAEL G & KELLY M

656 G05-067 422.72
LY-AD ENTERPRISES INC.

657 G0-139 HX 325.31
WALES WILLIAM &

658 G05-200 HX 185.54
GRUBER PATRICIA

659 G05A027 758.85
REAVES JOHN WILLIAM III

660 G05C004 1,009.94
YOUNG THERON H & JO ANNE

661 G05C018 HX 70.81
MERRILL ROBERT A

662 G05D032 HX 70.81
PATTERSON BILLY J & JOYCE

663 G05D046 HX 70.81
VANTWOUD W F & CLARA J

664 G05D094 HX 355.15
KENNEDY PATRICIA

665 G05F003 HX 570.18
CANADY WALTER & JACKQULINE

666 G05F010 HX 302.93
FARFAGLIA NANCY L.

667 G05F038 HX 406.91
BALKCOM DELLA L &

668 G05G028 1,113.07
GOODMAN MARK T
= = = -_- -=-_. -. ---------_-_---- -- = =- =--
669 G05H008 HX 516.78
TOTH HENRY & HILDA

670 G05H040 HX 736.55
CORDELL JOSEPH

671 G05L007 HX 819.23
COURTNEY THOMAS JERRY &

672 G05M014 HX 493.97
JONES OSCAR JR & LEANOR M

673 G05Q004A 149.59
GRACO HOLDING COMPANY

674 G05R005 1,763.10
JAMES LEONARD & DORIS WATTS

675 G05R009 HX 223.04
JOHNSON JOHN M

676 G05R026 HX 529.18
BAILEY GWENDOLYN

677 G05R068 252.38
FLORIDA LOW INCOME HOUSING

678 G05R073 HX 802.15
ADAMS CHARLES H JR &

679 G05S005 2,476.65
KANDAH KAMAL & HIBA Y

680 G06-001 1,231.45
LOGAL MICHAEL P & DEBORAH V-

681 G06-002 804.61
GRUBER WILLIAM P & PATRICIA A

682 G06-020 114.27
THOMAS DIANE

683 G06-029 875.02
HANNAH MORRIS MILTON

684 G06-034 HX 309.73
MCGRIFF CLEMON &

685 G06-043 152.86
PEW JOHNNY

686 G06-085 229.09
BERRY JUANITA ETAL

687 G06-092 166.25
MEANS JERRY

688 G06-093 HX 332.45
CUYLER EDNA MAE

689 G06-095 226.72
WILLIAMS LEROY

690 G06-096 1,384.24
WILLIAMS LEROY

691 G06-100 HX 70.81
LASANE GLORIA M & MICHAEL T

692 G06-108 HX 70.81
BRADLEY DONNIE

693 G06-116 HX 70.81
EDWARDS TAMETRISE & CLYDE JR

694 G06-130 265.74
KING EARLENE & JOE JONES

695 G06-132 241.37
FORT DELORISS


696 G06-133 489.56
CUYLER EDNA MAE

697 G06-141 HX 216.23
PEW JAMES

698 G06-160 HX 361.66
TILLMAN DAVID & PATRICIA

699 G06-175 HX 301.50
MATHIS RENEE E

700 G06-182 HX 70.81
PEW SAMUEL JR

701 G06-184 749.67
WILLIAMS THORDIS D & THERESA L

702 G06-400 HX 70.81
EDWARDS CLYDE JR


703 G06B024 1,036.17
LYALS GWENDOLYN

704 G06B050 HX 70.81
SCOTT MARY ELLEN & RAYMOND

705 G06B054 HX 70.81
BROWN PAULA

706 G06B068 98.19
BAILEY DENNIS

707 G06B091 HX 70.81
WILLIAMS THERESA

708 G06B092 557.05
WILLIAMS THORDIS D & THERESA L

709 G06B099 HX 70.81
RICHARDSON CHRISTINE

710 G06B111 HX 70.81
WILLIAMS MILTON L & ALMEDA F

711 G06B115 593.30
BROCKINGTON JAMES

712 G06B118 622.30
JONES QUENTON B

713 G06B124 HX 316.90
JACKSON ROSA & GRADY NAPOLEON

714 G06B126 HX 230.88
WRIGHT PATRICIA

715 G06B141 178.72
FIERSON WILLIAM

716 G06B143 230.96
MCLEAN VALLIE LOWE

717 G06B144 98.19
GREEN JULIAN & TIAMAYA

718 G06B171 626.73
MCMILLAN DENISE M & SAMUEL

719 G06B173 525.42
MCMILLAN DENISE M & SAMUEL

720 G06B180 178.72
ROYES CHARLES H &

721 G06B187 HX 352.11
RIVERS JOHN ESTATE OF

722 G06B196 888.41
BICKERSTAFF JAMES & BARBARA J

723 G06B199 192.43
LATIMER LOUIS E & CHERYL

724 G06B200 HX 141.41
ANDERSON CHERYL L &

725 G06B203 966.66
COLEMAN GENEVA ESTATE

726 G06B217 194.84
TATUM OZIE ESTATE OF

727 G06B223 194.84
WILLIAMS ALMEDA F

728 G06B247 277.24
DIXON TYRONE T & JACQUELINE S

729 G06D035 299.58
JACKSON CURTIS ESTATE OF

730 G06D070 HX 517.81
HARRISON WILLARD

731 G06D097 138.46
STRAWBRIDGE WILLIE LEE

732 G06DI01 98.19
POOLE MARY BELINDA

733 G06D114 109.66
BRUTTON DIANE

734 G06D117 63.64
JONES CHARLIE & TONY

735 G06D151 HX 365.90
MOSS LILLIE MAE

736 G06D204 HX 320.91
YOUNGBLOOD YVONNIE GAIL

737 G06D205 138.46
POOLE MARY B

738 G06D209 138.46
JOHNSON ELVIRA & TAYLOR MARY E

739 G06D216 HX 804.37
SESLER DONITA &

740 G06D222 HX 290.82
FLUITT LUTRICIA A

741 G06D228 HX 74.32
STAFFORD HURBERT ANDRE

742 G06E010 2,269.28
ORR CAROLINE

743 G06F003 1,458.96
MCCALL CLARINE

744 G06F006 668.41
WILDWOOD PROPERTIES GROUP INC

745 G06F007 172.97
MUELLENBACH JASON

746 G06F008 1,124.18
WILDWOOD PROPERTIES GROUPINC

747 G06F009 172.97
LEWIS TRAVIS

748 G06F023 1,505.60
STRICKLAND JESSIE SHANE &

749 G06F026 545.77
GAINES BARBARA J

750 G06F031 856.08
FOUR HORSEMEN INVESTMENT GROUP

751 G06F054 160.19
BELL ALONZO

752 G06F055 175.16
AARON GLORIA

753 G06H005 1,109.83
BUTLER MARTHA TAYLOR & MARY E

754 G06H017 300.28
GRAHAM ELIZABETH

755 G06H024 94.94
FORT DELORISS

756 G06H026 98.19
ADAMS S C

757 G06H027 958.20
ADAMS S C

768 G06H029 418.84
SMITH WILLIE L SR.

759 G06H045 615.41
BRYANT NAPOLEON SR. & LORETHA
760 G06H057 691.95
HARRISON WILLARD

761 G06H064 HX 285.26


HANNAH MORRIS

762 G06J019 359.63
HANNAH MORRIS M

763 G06J043 HX 315.66
THOMAS KENNETH C

764 G06J050 1,369.49
MCCALL ROBERT L & CLARENE T

765 G06J051 276.77
FORT DELORISS

766 G06L019 963.36
DAVENPORT KEVIN &

767 G06L142 979.64
CURRIE DONALD C & BRANDY R

768 G06L156 1,176.45
JAMES CARRIE


769 G06M003 1,353.60
NAPIER TERR J ETAL (TIC)

770 G06M011 HX 70.81
FLUITT LILLIE ANN

771 G06M013 136.68
POOLE SAMUREITA C

772 G06M019 133.77
BARKLEY RAY DON

773 GO6N001 HX 70.81
PARKER TOMETER MICHELLE

774 G06N004 178.72
GRAHAM HAROLD

775 G06N005 255.40
FERREBEE JOSEPH & ALBERTA

776 G06P029 572.12
MCFARLAND CHRISTOPHER E

777 G06P032 654.34
GIBSON DIANE L & SEHAVILIM

778 G06P034 370.00
ROBERTS DIANE L

779 G06P042 206.13
NICHOLS HURLEY

780 G07-018 848.66
MCMILLON NADINE BRYANT & FRANK

781 G07-033 78.16
MCDUFFIE IRA ETAL TRUSTEES

782 G07-038 245.48
WILDER RONNIE &

783 G07C011 817.28
JACKSON SHERRY R

784 G07D033 57.88
MASHBURN RUBY

785 G07D065 178.72
TANNER CONSTRUCTION &

786 G07D066 614.48
MARTIN MICHAEL RANDAL & VERA A

787 G07D256 387.77
GRAHAM R E

788 G07D287 HX 120.20
KISER PATRICIA ANN

789 G07D288 577.66
GRAHAM ROBERT E

790 G07D292 78.16
BRUCE EVELYN

791 G08-006 385.90
ALLEN RONALD & LINDA

792 G08-007 201.75
ALLEN RONALD B & LINDA G

793 G08-014 299.61
LYDEN CAROLYN E

794 G08-029 214.80
RAWLS ANNA EST

795 G08-038 713.73
RUSH SHELLY A & ANDERSON

796 G08-052 249.62
ALLEN RONALD B & LINDA JEAN

797 G08-061 492.00
JUSTICE CARROL

798 G08-064 911.19
SHRIMPLIN LEANNA

799 G08-076 695.53
LENARD POWELL, INC

800 G08-077 195.98
LENARD POWELL INC
" ------- -------------------------=2=
801 G08A005 HX 70.81
COLEMAN F L

802 G08B001 HX 166.04
WILLIAMS STEVEN R & MARY C

803 G08B033 HX 467.53
TOBY MARIE A

804 G08B044 HX 70.81
VANRYN MERRY B

805 G08B044A 917.98
FISCHER SHARON ANN

806 G08B050 HX 70.81
HAINES SAMUEL & MARY

807 G09-023 1,918.94
RUSS GERTRUDE EST

808 G09-027 251.10
RUSS GERTRUDE EST

809 G09-031 263.06
RICH CHESTER & CLARA

810 G09-033 HX 70.81
RICH C L & CLARA M

811 G09-036 HX 198.01
MALLOY SPRING C

812 G09-050 HX 117.11
LYALS IVA A

813 G12-002 119.19
BROWN ARTIS JAMES
===== === -----------=2=--- . .
814 G15A094 HX 186.38
HAMBRICK AVON

815 G15A098 449.18
JONES JEFF & JAMIE

816 G15A166 564.02
FOSTER BILLIE G

817 G15A190 645.12
EDDINS ROBIN MAY

818 G15A196 HX 70.81
CANADAY BARBARA A & BOBBY A

819 G15A305 1,099.73
JACKSON SHERRY R

820 G16A006 HX 70.81
MORIN WILLIAM L & PAULINE L

821 G16A112 563.25
BURATOVIC JOHN & ERNESTINE

822 G16A306 574.68
JOHMAR LLC

823 G16A400 1,339.59
WILDWOOD VILLAGES LLC

824 G16C001 HX 659.76
JACKSON SHERRY R

825 G16C024 HX 515.87
PHILBROOK RAYMOND

826 G16C026 1,373.19
TOTH HENRY


827 G17-042 410.04
HAMBRICK AVON

828 G17-043 1,826.34
KIRKLAND LEROY G III

829 G18-031 1,168.52
DELUCA PROPERTIES INC

830 G18-041 282.77
HANNAH MORRIS

831 G18-052 10,537.92
CONSOLIDATED MINERALS INC

832 G18-053 6,456.57
CONSOLIDATED MINERALS INC

833 G18-069 293.71
GRACO HOLDING CO

834 G20-006 HX 70.81
CRUCE FRANKLIN D


835 G20-010 320.42
YOUTH CHALLENGE OF FLA INC

836 G21-007 178.15
WILDWOOD VILLAGES LLC

837 G22-002 1,992.40
VERNON DAVID SHAYNE

838 G22-014 HX 362.32
GARCIA F G JR., LIFE ESTATE

839 G22-036 HX 70.81
ANDREWS GERI

840 G22-043 HX 70.81
JERNIGAN MICHAEL WAYNE

841 G22A0127 702.14
VENZKE MARK A

842 G22A1207 HX 253.18
WRIGHT CAROLYN

843 G22A1513 HX 291.00
HOARE DOROTHY

844 G22A1714 715.93
SUMMERS GREGORY B

845 G22AN031 1,142.34
JEFFERSON CANDACE R

846 G22AO017 1,150.20
START ELIZABETH HARTMAN &

847 G23-010 430.01
CRIBB ROY L JR & PEGGY L

848 G24-001 HX 437.12
BROOKE PENELOPE

849 G24-023 204.90
HICKS CHARLES F ESTATE OF

850 G26AA002 1,075.29
SEIN-LWIN SUSAN & JAMES &

851 G26AA004 HX 240.56
GUARDADO JOE J & P RAE

852 G26AA015 HX 335.45
OLSON JEAN A

853 G26AP008 HX 234.02
BYRD JOANNE M & RICHARD E

854 G26B14104 HX 185.20
COOKE MAJORIE

855 G26B14202 631.14
MORRIS NORA E

856 G26B15202 702.49
CIARFELLA AUDREY F &

857 G26B15204 657.89
RICHARDS GARY C

858 G26B21201 HX 203.02
LABELLE LYNNE E & DALLAS C

859 G26B23202 702.49
POWELL JEANNE CRAINE

860 G29-002 HX 110.74
JACOBS MIKE & GINGER

861 G29A009A HX 70.81
TROYER EUGENE W & GLORIA L

862 G29A012 2,591.19
FORBES JUNE H

863 G29A015A 541.06
KARLO BELINDA

864 G29A018 1,028.74
FRANKLIN KENT II & MARGARET

865 G29A019 HX 394.04
DAVE JADURAI B

866 G29A026 HX 70.81
POWERS LEONA

867 G29A058 488.51
SEABOLT JIMMY

868 G29A060A HX 225.89
HURST EDITH M

869 G29A066 567.00
COSSON JAY D III(JR) & NATALIE

870 G29A070 HX 70.81
TYLER KAJAUANA

871 G29A097 399.46
BOLLING FOSTER A JR &

872 G29A098 1,987.16
WOFFORD CHARLES L & KANDICE J

873 G29A099 760.85
NAGEL CARL

874 G29A106 HX 411.29
LITTLEFIELD RANDALL L & DEBRA

875 G29A107 1,171.46
BOODHRAM SURUJNAUTH

876 G29A135 HX 357.46
LOLLEY DAVID EARL

877 G29A142 780.98
RICE MICHAEL CURTIS

878 G29A149 1,107.65
OTTO E BEYER, INC

879 G29A208 1,028.99
GRAY TERESA

880 G29A239 939.09
KING RICHARD C

881 G29A326 HX 197.58
JOSLYN HAROLD R & JOAN
882 G29A334 204.01
GRIFFITH TOMMY

883 G29A344 1,158.43
ORR WILLIAM DAREL

884 G29A386 1,865.67
CARRILLO LUIS & CARMEN

885 G29A389 115.70
YOUTH CHALLENGE OF FL INC

886 G29B005 HX 70.81
CINICOLA RALPH DOMINIC &

887 G29B025 406.05
GORDY ALBERT R III & STAR L

888 G29B026 602.60
BUNN GARYA

889 G30-002 HX 70.81
BUXTON JAMIE MICHELLE

890 G30-016 HX 245.58
SMITH WILLIAM L JR

891 G30-030 55.06
CARUTHERS ROBERT E

892 G30-036 68.44
CARUTHERS ROBERT E

893 G30C025 195.98
SERENITY RIDGE HOLDINGS INC


894 G30C027 195.98
COLEMAN OAKS HOMEOWNERS

895 G32-008 647.45
GUNN MARY LEE

896 G32-020 386.75
MORRISON LARRY & MELISSA LYNN

897 G32-025 HX 70.81
COTTLE JAMES W & PAM

898 G32-027 HX 70.81
WATERS FRANCES

899 G33-005 HX 70.81
YOAKUM STEVEN WAYNE

900 G33-063 146.82
BOLLING F A JR. & GINA














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901 G33-070 111.79
SMART SAM

902 G33-075 434.92
SNOOK GORDON M JR & INGRID S

903 H29-006 351.16
BERTRAM PAUL SR. & MARY

904 H29-019 303.01i
BERTRAM PAUL J SR & MARY A

905 H29-021 HX 70.81
WILLIAMS JACQUELYN M & DERAN L

906 H29-022 37.16
WILLIAMS JACQUELYN M & DERAN L

907 H29-033 HX 70.81
VAN TOL VINCENT E

908 H29-035 HX 650.63
SAUER ALFRED & PAMELA

909 H29A014 458.63
WILEY HERSHAL S SR
..... ---- =..=======-=----
910 H31-002 HX 172.23
LOVETT JOE ESTATE

911 H32-003A HX 70.81
REDMON SALLY

912 H33-006 2,494.63
BANKS DONALD J & ROBERT W

913 H33-013 32.58
BANKS DONALD J & ROBERT W

914 H33-020 321.1k,.
BANKS DONALD J & ROBERT W

915 H33-023 HX 892.96
HARRIS ROBERT A & SHAWN

916 J01-018 HX 70.81
LABARR LOIS

917 J01-021 2,376.64.
TAQUERAL CORP

918 J01-023 HX 75.98
CALLAWAY LANCE A AND VEDA H

919 J01-055 HX 70.81
CAMPBELL JEANETTE

920 J02-002 275.17
WADE R M

921 J04-022" 426.01
SAINE MANUEL W II

922 J04-027 HX 326.09
ARDREA

923 J04-028 HX 204.40
STROBEL STELLA M & MARY J KNOX

924 J04-046-- HX 70.81
HARRELL GLORIA

925 J04A048 663.77
THORSEN ALAN

926 J04A067 415.308
WIESE ZELDA S ESTATE OF

927 J04A068 1,426.68
DULLES ANGELA .

928 J04E048 351.56
JOHNSON GILBERT E & WILSON

929 J04E060 579.63
WILLIAMS GARY ..............

930 J04E086 HX 70.81
SROSS MARY CATHERINE ETAL

931 J04F001 382.39
ARD REA

932 J04F002 164.76
ARD REA

933 J04G002 1,603.29
GIBBS HELEN B

934 J04H015 218.01
HOWARD JOHN & FAITH

935 JO4H1t6 HX 419.99
HOWARD JOHN & FAITH

936 J05-012 HX 118.64
TINKER STEPHEN B

937 J05-046.,. 768.30
JAMES LEONARD & DORIS WATTS

938 J05-101 1,668.38
-RANDOLPH MARTIN LEE

939 J05A014 HX 70.81
BLANCHARD LAWRENCE J

940 J05A025 442.05
TAYLOR THOMAS M

941 J05AO44 HX 203.04
MILLER CLYDE & ROSALIE S

942 J05C001 424.46
HOWARD JOHN 0 & FAITH M

943 JOC012 421.24
HOWARD JOHN & FAITH

944 J05C015 467.92
HOWARD JOHN 0 & FAITH M*

945 J05C021 HX 127.62
STOKES DONALD W

946 J05C030 505.65
TAYLOR THOMAS M

947 JOSE001 151.40
WELCH DAVID R
948 J05E010 160.31
WELCH DAVID RAY

949 J05E016 398.99
WELCH DAVID R

950 J06-009 HX 305.36
POSEY DELLA M MRS LIFE EST

951 J06-012 283.02
BONILLA SHIRLEY

952 J06-015 1,048.655
FROST STEVE & ELIZABETH -

953 J06-018 834.25
HOWARD JOHN O & FAITH M

954 J06-023 283.02
FROST STEVEN C

955 J06-026 670.21
SIMMONS KIMBERLY AS GUARDIAN

956 J06-029 HX 145.71
FROST STEVE

957 J06-030 HX 238.09
SEXTON JOHNNY D & MARILYN T

958 J06-053 303.01
FROST ELIZABETH & STEVW


959 J08A002 1,027.36
MCELRATH CHRISTOPHER M & JODIE

960 J08A008 667.6&,-
HAVER MICHAEL

961 J08B035 587.24
SCHRISTIAN H V & ELAINE

962 J08B041 323.07
KURTZ KEVIN K

963 J08B062 938.26
ROUSH WALTER E & MARY KAY

964 J08B064 658.43
WILLING MYRA LEE

965 J08D025 HX 1,253.23
BOWMAN RALPH R JR & TILLMAN

966 J08D032 106.80
SMITH LINDA K


967 J09-001 42.13
LANSING SALLY ANN ESTATE OF

968 J09A167 896.03
GRANADO THOMAS & MARIA


969 J09B034 HX 217.54
VANDER BOK ROBYN SUZANNE
- -- - - - - - -


970 J09B063 HX 552.45
HODGETTS ETHEL B & RODERMAND"


971 J09B131 HX 228.28
REYNOLDS HEATH & JUANITA

972 J09B135 HX 78.70
BENAVIDEZ CARLA A

973 J09C022 HX 70.81
JERI PROPERTIES LLC

974 J09D009 HX 460.57
BELL RICHARD C SR & SUSAN M

975 J11-001 118.82
TAQUERAL CORP
------------------- --==========
976 J12-005 96.18
TAQUERAL CORPORATION

977 J12-035 HX 70.81
LIPPS THOMAS & TINA

978 J13-015 3,040.74
MEDALLION CONVENIENCE STORES,

979 J13-033 1,002.51
IZQUIERDO ELADIO & MABEL

980 J13-046 HX 274.91
ABNEY KEVIN E & MELESSA A

981 J13A015 339.56
MEDALLION CONVENIENCE STORES,

982 J13A027 190.30
MEDALLION CONVENIENCE STORES,

983 J13A030 25.45
MEDALLION CONVENIENCE STORES,

984 J13B086 HX 647.71
IZQUIERDO ELADIO JR & MABEL

985 J13B149 HX 667.71
AYALA.GEORGINA

986 J13B179 345.81
GANDY KEITH

987 J15-002 11,363.76
AG FUEL INC

- 988 J15-011 2,369.67
LINDSAY ROBERT D

989 J15A011 416.74
JOHNSON ROBERT N & NANCY L

990 J16-022 3,154.78
PATE VICKIE M & JERRY E SCOTT

991 J16A007 871.31
ALTMAN TINA

992 J16A042 HX 70.81
LINDSAY ROBERT D

993 J16A071 HX 70.81
COOTS LOUIS W & JUANITA D -

994 JI6C011 144.16
GOODEN SANDERS

995 J17-004 296.18
JOHNSON IDA MAE

996 J18-003 78.16
COWART JEANETTE C

997 J23-024 HX 390.43
TURLEY ROBERT J & MARTHA W

998 J23-031 HX 473.74
WINSLOW JOHN JR & HEATHER
I I .. .... ... ... .... ... ..------- ---
999J23-044 HX 458.04
GEER RONALD

1000 J23-068 945.16
MCLEAN RALPH J & KINDRA EVANS

1001 J23-075 HX 270.22
DODD KEITH A

1002 J23-083 402.46
ROGERS PAUL & BARBARA

1003 J23-097 HX 153.44
MURSELL DANNY T

1004 J23-110 181.70
CHESMAN SANDRA "

1005 J23-116 HX 202.02
GRANT PAUL J

1006 J23-118 HX 70.81
RAY KENNETH D & CARRIE L

1007'J24-015 259.03
SCHUMACHER DONNA

1008 J24-102 HX 70.81
BRANNEN JAMES & SHIRLEY
-----------===== ======------=-------
1009 J24B003 2,066.40
TAYLOR CHARLES E JR & LOLITA K

1010 J26-010 822.45
JONES CAULEY JR & BEATRICE MAY

1011 J26-010A HX 493.48
JONES CAULEY JR & BEATRICE MAY

1012 J32-007 668.32
TALKNSPORTS INC

1013 J32-014 1,286.21
AMERICAN INFO AGE, LLC

1014 J33-024 HX 1,245.09
BRYAN RONNIE E & LORRAINE C

1015 J33B015 HX 867.94
WATSON EDWIN L JR & LYNDA M

1016 J33B022 357.16
LAKE DEREK & ALMASRI JONA J

1017 K09A006 731.11
MANGAR BEJAI P & SUNMATEE
S1018 K09A025 731.11
HOVER JEFFREY

1019 K13-010 659.76
BUCHIGNANI PATRICK M

1020 K13-018 .- 30.70
CROZIER CLARENCE L &

1021 K17-002 608.39
RADEBACH B J & F H

1022 K17-005 831.71
ATKINS JOSEPH S

1023 K17-048 303.01
HURST HARRY & SANDRA

1024 K19-008 1,100.26
DAVIS DEBRA L

1025 K19-013 1,337.10
LEWIS KELVIN L

1026 K30-031 1,218.80
YOUNG TINA DIANE

1027 K30-033 1,266.25
ANTONY JOHN J

1028 K30-037 1,266.25
ANTONY JOHN J


1029 K30-045 1,266.25
SMITH RONALD M & MARY K
=======---=-------======== =
1030 K30-050 1,218.80
WILSON RANDY WALLACE

1031 L13A021 124.64
MOSLEY DORA B

1032 L13B042 502.52
, BOREN MICHAEL RAY & CAREN SUE


TAYLOR WALTER B

1092 M18A122 81.81
TAYLOR WALTER B

1093 M18A160 807.74
MATTHEWS ALLEN W III

1094 M18A173 HX 70.81
QUILLEN JUNIOR DUNK*

1095 M18A182 178.15
MCFARLAND THOMAS R -

1096 M19-051 27.84
WINTER MICHAEL

1097 M19A002A HX 70.81
COMIS JEFFREY MICHAEL & BETTY

1098 M19A004 HX 543.70
WHITAKER BILLY G & RAPP


1033 L13B043 93.23
OWEN H M & SHAIRL

1034 L13B058 217.96
PATTERSON C M & GRACE E

1035 L13B068 HX 293.53
CASON CHARLES A & BRENDA L

1036 L13B160 616.25
SHELT ANTHONY P

1037 L13B175 HX 335.32
YATES YANCEY

1038 L13B203 393.56
MAULDIN JEFFREY T & PEGGY S

1039 L14A011 639.68
MOBLEY WILLIAM C & lONE

1040 L14A032 680.78
HANSON ROBERT & ROBERTA

1041 L24A003 103.23
BLANKENSHIP MARSHA K
1042 L24A035 HX 475.06
GARNER SHIRLEY G

1043 L24B085 326.18
BLANKENSHIP MARSHA

1044 L24B100 HX 70.81
BEASLEY KATHY ANN

1045 L24B110 497.82
BONI ANITA

1046 L24C017 682.33
COULSON ELAINE

1047 L24C018 525.88
MILANO FRANK

1048 L24C021 HX 227.14
SMITH LAVAUGHN &

1049 L24C022- 166.57
LIBECAP MICHAEL

1050 L24C059A 106.80
BLANKENSHIP MARSHA

1051 L24C061 308.71
CAPOLUPO TONYA M

1052 M02-004 HX 306.34
BROOKS HENRY E JR

1053 M03-024 1,285.63
WATSON JOSEPH M TRUSTEE

1054 M03-035 814.20
CARUTHERS MADELYN M

1055 M06-020 1,033.81
'BASS WAYNE

1056 M06B022 231.65
FERGUSON HOWARD D

1057 M06B031 303.01
ALBRIGHT JENNIFER LYNN &

1058 M06B036 395.68
WHITE JACK H ESTATE OF

1059 M07-049 48.82
LOVETT ANSEL D

1060 M08-009 41.34
LOVETT ANSEL D

1061 M10-003 34.38
WATSON JOSEPH M TRUSTEE

1062 M10-008 37.67
WORTHINGTON FREDERICK R &

1063 M10-015 HX 1,923.76
STRONG KENNETH W & MARION

1064 M10-022 HX 572.51
WORTHINGTON FREDERICK R

1065 M11-001 HX 1,002.24
KESZEY ROBERT J & MICHELLE N

1066 M11-005 72.86
WATSON-JOSEPH M TRUSTEE

1067 M11-012 HX 180.56
WATSON SEAN M

1068 M11-013 635.42
THOMAS MARY L & CORY W GYSIN

1069 M11-015 1,659.47
LOPEZ HECTOR

1070 Mil-030 HX 220.78
CALIENDO CAROL

1071 M11-034 HX 561.28
WHICKER ADRIAN M & TAMMY P.

1072 M11-037 HX 1,110.30
WARREN JULIAN L

1073 M11-052 HX 295.78
HARROD DONALD L JR

1074 M11-055 HX 230.57
SANDS LUTHER & IRENE

1075 M11-062 43.58
WATSON JOSEPH M TRUSTEE

1076 M1l-075 HX 398.38
WILLIS ELEANOR D

1077 M11-095 HX 352.34
SURRATT DALE & DIANE

1078 M11-100 987.89
HARROD DONALD L JR

1079 Ml1-104 262.86
STRONG KENENTH & MARION

1080 M13-075 1,266.25
SHEETZ GREG & LISA

1081 M14-017 HX 243.48
STROBEL NORMAN & DONELLA

1082 M14-035 HX 378.40
RAMSEY WALTER & ALICIA

1083 M14-053 HX 264.38
HILL KIMBERLY ANN

1084 M18-013 970.84
MORRONGIELLO MICHAEL

1085 M18-026 HX 284.28
HIGGINBOTHAM DON E

1086 M18-048 749.67
OSBORNE ROBERT L TRUSTEE

1087 M18A005 392.53
ZENTZ DANIEL P

1088 M18A081 HX 153.42
ZENTZ DANIEL P

1089 M18A095 574.87
GREENWELL DAVID W & ROSALIE
1090 M18A120 HX 70.81
TAYLOR WALTER B

1091 M18A121 276.51


MONTGOMERY REGINALD,YVONNE M

1224 N16L012 HX 70.81
ROGERS JOHN B

1225 N16L045 HX 416.99
SCOTT KEVIN J & JUDITH R

1226 N16N024 856.16
ANTONY JOHN

1227 N16Q044 71.49
PEREA JOEL =

1228 N16R052 1,045.16
GRANADO MARIA E & TOMAS E

1229 N16R062 82.69
LEWIS FRED L & GLORIA J

1230 N16R067 82.69
LEWIS GLORIA J & FRED L


1099 M19B030 HX 147.04
POPPY JOHN W

1100 M22-025 HX 927.39
FLETCHER DEIDRE

1101 M22D007 1,326.09
VANDERBOK ROBYN SUZANNE

1102 M22E006 HX 339.56
MATTHEWS LARRY

1103 M22E013A 139.19
WELLMAN MICHAEL A

1104 M23-046 884.87
TULLER MARY SUSAN & TAMMY SUE

1105 M23A109 HX 265.01
NGUYEN SCOTT & DINH CHIEN H/W

1106 M23A308 126.41
RECHANY JACK & AMELIA &

1107 M23A314 58.27
TUCKER KELLY C -

1108 M23A410 106.80
MAULDINS JEFFREY T

1109 M23A413 106.80
TUCKER RANDALL D ETAL

1110 M23A415 178.15
TUCKER KELLY C

1111 M23A618 HX 386.61
SELLERS JAMES R JR & PEGGY S

1112 M23A701 106.80
NGUYEN SCOTT & DINH CHIEN H/W

1113 M23A702 156.75
ELY RONALDJ
.... ... ....--- ...-- . -
1114 M24-002 HX 70.81
SEAY STEPHEN & SHARON

1115 M24-015 5,893.87
GRAINGER WILLIAM L

1116 M24-038 935.17
KIRCHNER HAROLD 0

1117 M24A010 658.33
RISLEY DALE L & MARION

1118 M24A014 759.29
LOLLIE KENNETH W

1119 M28A001 HX 863.94
RUSSELL DEBRA R

1120 M28A010 HX 860.02
DORSEY TAMARA A

1121 M28A016 HX 839.84
MUNOZ ANGEL M

1122 M28C059 HX 685.39
FULTON FRANCES M & STEPHEN D

1123 M29-022 42.57
CANTY JERMAINE & BRIDGETTE

1124 M29A007 1,266.25
STUBBS TYRONE

1125 M29A011 1,266.25
STUMPF SUSAN & ROBERT CORTESE

1126 M29A012 1,266.25
STUMPF SUSAN & ROBERT CORTESE

1127 M30A001 416.66
DAVIES DEBRA KUNTZ

1128 M30A019 HX 667.88
SAGINARIO CANDIS A ETAL

1129 M30A068 HX 217.57
ELISON JOHN D & VALERIE F

1130 M30A106 204.90
KOON PAUL

1131 M30A107 HX 70.81
TILLIS VICKIE S

1132 M30B070 160.58
DAVIS BECKY L

1133 M30B082 81.81
ZENTZ DANIEL P

1134 M30B083 265.46
ZENTZ DANIEL P

1135 M30B095 340.30
DUPREE DALE J ESTATE OF

1136 M30B128 626.68
GLOVER LONNIE W JR & OPAL C

1137 M34-003 HX 7,298.99
BROEMAN HOLDING LLC

1138 M34-025 1,428.56
MASON SANDRA & JOHN BALDWIN

1139 M36-012 26.97
ARDUENGO JAMES P. &

1140 N01-018 HX 1,134.71
TULLER MARY SUSAN & TAMMY SUE

1141 N01-031 HX 750.06
MOIR CHRISTINA RABON

1142 N01-9046 26.58
MOIR CHRISTINA RABON

1143 N02-012 29.19
WINTON JAMES .WILLIAM ET AL

1144 N02-024 44.35
LEAGUE RAY H & SUSAN LYNNE

1145 N02-036 HX 396.22
KENNY RICHARD P & DEBORAH A

1146 N05-002 423.31
MATHEW ALEY AMMA & JOSEPH

1147 N05-009 HX 220.03
TURNER CAROLYN L &

1148 N05-011 HX 125.67
LARGE JAMES & GRACE MILLER

1149 N05-013 HX 609.45
CARLSON BRUCE VICTOR & JEWELL

1150 N05-014 471.32
TAPIA CATALINO MARTINEZ

1151 N05-046 606.26
GOUGH JOHN DAVID JR

1152 N07-016 16,056.38
BARTZ BERNADINE MARIE

1153 N08-008 HX 507.08
GARWOOD ERNEL & JENNIFER G

1154 N08-011 303.01
BRADDOCK THOMAS C TRUSTEE

1155 N08-012 5,348.64
BRADDOCK THOMAS C

1156 N08-014 25.94
GARWOOD ERNEL & JENNIFER G

1157 N08-017 24.55


GARWOOD ERNEL & JENNIFER G

1158 N08-060 900.57
BRADDOCK THOMAS C

1159 N08-073 HX 137.29
GRAY ROBERT JR & DELOIS S

1160 N08-094 363.56
GRAY ROBERT LEE JR & DELOIS S

1161 N09-006 HX 70.81
BARNES ANNA J & GARY L

1162 N09-067 682.33
JONES CARL L

1163 N09A006 774.93
EMC MORTGAGE CORP

1164 N09A081 339.03
SHAVE RONALD ESTATE OF


1165 N09A188 HX 522.91
BRIDGES JENNIFER L '

1166 N09B106 714.96
BROWN CAROLYN R GUARDIAN OF

1167 N09B209 874.12
KUZEE MELVIN A &

1168 N09B221 523.86
POWELL HENRY D & ROSE M

1169 N09B302 151.40
LEVY NANCY OR NANCY L DEWHURST

1170 N09B320 648.56
KASPER DENNIS & JOHN (TIC)

1171 N09B321 HX 70.81
RADZIWILL WALTER & SOPHIE M

1172 N09B610 1,485.32
ANTONY JOHN

1173 N09B720 1,402.55
WILLIAMS PARK VENTURE INC

1174 N09D026 1,166.23
KELLY VERTY M

1175 N09D093 HX 213.25
FOWLER LILLIE M

1176 N09D113 HX 70.81
PETRILLO VERA JOY

1177 N09D120 1,124.34
WALSH WILLIAM E & TONI V

1178 N09D175 1,254.56
DAVIDSON DOROTHY V & MARGE W

1179 N09F204 HX 1,088.01
VICKERS DARRYL A & JUDY K

1180 N09F233 HX 1,110.69
BUTLER PATRICIA

1181 N10-047 88.85
ENGLISH RONALD L TRUSTEE

1182 NIO-102 461.42
HAWES FRANK R

1183 N10-103 1,266.25
GRAY ROBERT & DELOIS

1184 N11-025 HX 498.93
IRWIN CHARLES

1185 N12-028 303.01
GRAHAM VERDELL

1186 N13-029 HX 213.98
BROWN DOLORES M

1187 N13-051 71.12
BROWN DOLORES M

1188 N15-021 916.62
EDWARDS RICHARD E JR

1189 N15-040 506.18
RUSSELL FLORENCE EDWARDS

1190 N15-042 454.54
RUSHING LILLIE BELL ETAL

1191 N15-054 HX 638.16
RUSHING TWAIN A

1192 N15-055 217.72
SANDERS PERCELL

1193 N15-056 164.87
SANDERS PERCELL SR

1194 N15-070 99.66
MITCHELL MORRIS

1195 N15-072 HX 289.52
MITCHELL MORRIS L & DONNA A
1196 N15-132 HX 70.81
SIMMONS ROSETTA REID .
---------- == = == = == == = = =--=

1197 N15A001 444.23 ;:,
WILLIAMS CARA LISA

1198 N15A008 HX 377.26
SIMMONS MATTHEW S & CAROLYN E

1199 N15A010 142.46
GRAHAM JOHN L
------------- =.m=------- ---------- .----------. -
1200 N15A017 295.78
HADLEY HENRIETTA ESTATE OF

1201 N15A034 546.57
MCCALL ROBERT & CLARINE

1202 N15A037 72.67
MCCALL ROBERT & CLARINE -'

1203 N15A048 48.69
LAWRENCE OSCAR.EST

1204 N15A087 1,117.23
SESLER MATTIE L ESTATE OF

1205 N15A089 245.41
EDWARDS MARIAN L

1206 N15A099 61.30
MITCHELL SAMUEL LEE

1207 N15A112 67.55
WILLIAMS MERCEDES

1208 N15B044 HX 346.08
LIPPMAN CHARLES H, SR. (LE)*

1209 N16A005 705.01
WILSON ROY & MARGARET

1210 N16A007 1,284.38
JACOBIK DIANNE GOODWIN &

1211 N16A009 773.73
JACOBIK C DIANNE GOODWIN &

1212 N16A131 10,651.96
HEALTHFLO MEDICAL CLINICS INC

1213 N16A145 HX 70.81
MERVIN FRANCIS L & :'

1214 N16A284 331.42
STOREY JEFFREY G & EARL GRINER

1215 N16G034 902.07
CULBREATH LUGENIA

1216 N16G044 283.70
MERRITT DOROTHY H

1217 N16H1018 HX 508.79
PERDUE DOROTHY H &

1218 N16H019 1,135.72
ANTONY JOHN -

1219 N16J001 906,61
WALSH WILLIAM E SR & TONI V

1220 N16J022 678.82
WALSH WILLIAM E SR & TONI V .

1221 N16K084 412.74
WOODARD LOUISA ESTATE OF

1222 N16K112 HX 838.55
SEAY WESLEY & BETTY &

1223 N16K163 174.51














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1231 N16R069 HX 819.59
LEWIS FRED L & GLORIA J

1232 N16R070 HX 70.81
FRASER VELMATINE SANDERS

1233 N16R074 184.97
LEWIS FRED L

1234 N16R130 1,234.49
RUSSELL FLORENCE EDWARDS

1235 N16R150 59.44
LEWIS GLORIA J & FRED L

1236 N16R154 59.44
LEWIS GLORIA JEAN & FRED L

1237 N16R157 HX 70.81
WILLIAMS NATHANIEL & MERCEDES

1238 N16R199 529.13
SANDERS LEROY (112 INT) & BERT

1239 N16R231 82.69
FLOYD NATHANIEL W

1240 N16R242 1,033.54
SANDERS PERCELL SR ETAL

1241 N16T007 HX 685.09
HANSON ROBERT J &

1242 N16U004 HX 1,243.72
GRIMSHAW ARTHUR C JR & RACHEAL

1243 N17-029 HX 578.07
TURNER DOROTHY LOUISE

1244 N17-046 HX 85.42
LINDSAY MARIANN L

1245 N17A035 HX 70.81
HOOD JOHN CHARLES &

1246 N17D606 122.20
JOHNSON JOAN M

1247 N17D821 159.62
WELLS MARY KAY

1248 N17E011 HX 209.99
FIFER SHIRLEY A

1249 N17E014 HX 70.81
TURKS MAXSERIENA & MICHAEL

1250 N17H103 HX 334.34
JENKINS LEVERNE

1251 N17H104 52.40
JENKINS LEVERNE & DONNA

1252 N17H113 HX 70.81
JOHNSON JOHN M & CHERYL ANN

1253 N17H141 84.50
WEISS JANET L

1254 N17HI71 84.50
PARSON HERMAN & B C

1255 N17H183 84.50
CLARK CHRISTINE J

1256 N17H188 418.86
DAVIS THOMAS R

1257 N17H213 HX 70.81
GRUNDBERG RALPH T

1258 N18-007 HX 70.81
MOORE PAUL

1259 N18-011 3,513.95
STUMPF SUSAN TRUSTEE OF 48 AND

1260.N18-017 316.84
DAVIS LOIS ETAL

1261 N18-058 HX 135.35
NORMAN LARRY

1262 N18C010 2,594.36
BURNS PATRICIA C .


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1263 N18C012
BURNS PATRICIA C


262.86


1264 N18E003 HX 70.81
HARRIS ROBERT A & SHAWN (HIW)

1265 N19-020 HX 70.81
SKIPPER HOWARD

1266 N19-022 155.34
SKIPPER CHUCK

1267 N19C009 HX 342.71
RICARD RHONDA LYNNE & ROGER

1268 N19D012 659.76
WHITE JOHNNY & BERNICE

1269 N19E012 HX 211.13
COPPOCK JAMES JR & ELIZABETH A

1270 N19F012 362.93
WOLFCALE DONALD E

1271 N19G001 HX 1,093.0,8
FRUZIA DONNA L

1272 N20A004 484.59
ONEILL MARIA

1273 N20B005 HX 215.24
PARKS ROBERTA A

1274 N20C005 78.16
BARNES GLENN A & PATRICIA A

1275 N20C012 HX 485.03
CLARK RANDALL R

1276 N21-003 506.18
MITCHELL DAVID &

1277 N21-045 939.82
LOVE JANICE A

1278 N21-075 HX 339.78
HICKMAN JAMES P II

1279 N22-003 HX 271.91
LORD C FRANKLIN

1280 N23-012 588.40
HICKS JOHNNIE

1281 N23-047 188.84
DAVIS RANDALL

1282 N25-027 461.24
SCOTT BRENNAN R

1283 N25-066 HX 721.73
MARTZ RICHARD D

1284 N26-031 HX 294.97
SIERRA ADONIA S

1285 N27-022 HX 70.81
HENDRIX LINDA R

1286 N29-002 HX 569.43
AGOSTI DANNY & VILDA M

1287 N29-012 HX 270.66
COMSTOCK SANDRA L

1288 N29A001 498.09
MCMULLEN MARGARET ANN

1289 N29A010 702.57
PHELPS JOHN G ETAL (113 INT)

1290 N29C003 HX 70.81
GORTON JAMES R

1291 N30A016 501.07
MCMULLEN MARGARET ANN

1292 N31-002 HX 371.27
FATHER MELVIN L

1293 N31-008 HX 861.75
DAY CINDY T

1294 N31-060 HX 446.88
TOVAR MAUREEN MCCOLLEY

1295 N31-066 HX 70.81
HICKS LADON AND MARTHA

1296 N31-088 1,209.52
STRANGE PHILIP M &


1297 N32-002 263.06
YOUNGBLOOD BEULAH &

1298 N32-007 986.12
ROBERTS RUBY

1299 N32-020 HX 139.39
EVERETT MOLLY TETER

1300 N32-026 492.01
WINE JOYCE

1301 N32-057 HX 70.81
BERTRAM LORA ANN ROBERTS

1302 N32-092 851.00
ROBERTS RUBY

1303 N32-097 417.88
ROBERTS RUBY

1304 N33-034 HX 195.32
MASON DINA YVETTE

1305 N33-074 HX 3,640.49
STRICKLAND TRAVIS D & BENITA E

1306 N34-037 HX 1,656.03
CHANCE TED R

1307 N35-036 HX 375.34
BURNEY E H & JEAN

1308 N35-098 HX 232.07
SWORD CHAD A & MELLISA J

1309 N35A002 303.01
ROBINSON ZEBEDEE AND ARLENE Y

1310 N36-007 531.31
PARSON SUSIE

1311 N36-011 HX 87.66
DORSEY VIOLA M

1312 N36-028 303.01
MCCULLOUGH LENORA

1313 N36-036 1,460.77
HO'S ENTERPRISES INC

1314 N36-045 HX 87.73
BROWN MA & STEPHANIE

1315 N36-053 701.34
SMITH KENNETH D

1316 N36-079 HX 385.21
EDWARDS POLLY

1317 N36-083 1,853.00
KIM DAVID S

1318 N36-106 HX 251.93
DOUGLAS JEFFREY S

1319 N36-107 HX 653.78
DOBSON LINDSEY H & LINDA D

1320 N36-121 HX 573.03
UPSHAW SAMMY G & FRANCES

1321 N36-140 HX 70.81
MCCULLOUGH DAVID L JR

1322 N36-144 791.67
GIBSON SHARON D

1323 N36-185 558.44
DAILY ANTHONY & RUBY

1324 N36-198 HX 217.25
EVERETT WILLIE JR &

1325 N36-202 HX 367.68
PACHECO EULOGIO

1326 N36A012 4,278.71
KIRNES STEVE L

1327 N36A030 1,000.90
LAW CASTELLA

1328 N36A031 62.32
HICKS MARJORIE


1329 N36A032
HICKS RECHARD T


62.32


1330 N36B001 435.82
WORTHINGTON CORNELIA B

1331 N36B022 76.51
WARTHEN CAROL D

1332 N36B024 47.05
COCHRANE CLARENCE EUGENE

1333 N36B032 732.31
SCOTT BRENNAN R

1334 N36B078 67.92
BROWN SHIRLEY

1335 N36B082 479.11
SCOTT JETTIE & HOSEA

1336 N36B084 42.76
O'CONNELL ALLISON & GAMARRA

1337 N36B102 HX 70.81
BROWN JOHNNIE & SHIRLEY

1338 N36B134 75.35
WEDDLE MICHAEL J.

1339 N36B136 74.78
BROWNING FREDDIE LEE &

1340 N36B137 74.78
ALLEN BURNICES D

1341 N36B150 138.29
COLTON IRENE

1342 N36B162 HX 298.01
WILLIAMS LILLIE BELL

1343 N36B164 47.33
WILLIAMS WALTER J & LILLIE

1344 N36B174 64.34
SHERMAN MABEL ESTATE

1345 N36B196 131.93
FORD WILLIE JAMES

1346 N36BI97 HX 70.81
FORD WILLIE JAMES & ELAINE

1347 N36B212 HX 70.81
GAVIN LAFREDA D & VIVIAN (TIC)

1348 N36B214 42.76
GAVIN LAFREDA D

1349 N36B215 HX 70.81
BROWN DELPHENE

1350 N36B219 459.93
WILLIAMS LINDA FAYE AKA LINDA

1351 N36B233 75.35
MYLES THOMAS LE -

1352 N36B235 75.35
DORSEY CHESTER

1353 N36B240A 75.35
SOLOMON ANTHONY

1354 N36B241 146.91
SOLOMON ANTHONY J &

1355 N36B241A 52.90
SOLOMON ANTHONY J &

1356 N36B242 75.35
RJAMESHOMES COM INC

1357 N36B244 193.82
LAW MILLARD

1358 N36C045 124.96
HORWITZ WILLIAM H TRUSTEE

1359 Q01-017 243.25
KING HAROLD

1360 Q10-020 HX 70.81
WALLACE ANNA

1361 Q11-011 1,635.39
BROOKS CHARLENE R & WILLIAM R

1362 Q12-002 160.31
MERRITT JERL D


1363 Q12-021 893.34
SCOTT PAUL

1364 Q12-023 HX 730.47
MORGAN HENRY A & RHONDA

1365 Q12-040 HX 301.38
NORTON WILLIAM & DEBBIE

1366 Q12-045 1,464.70
RUIZ JAVIER

1367 Q12-061 HX 272.60
FOWLER LINDA & JOHN JR

1368 Q12-086 161.49
JERNIGAN MICHAEL W

1369 Q12-087 410.04
SHELLEY JAMES D JR & BARBARA

1370 Q14-028 34.90
ANTONY JOHN

1371 Q14-037 HX 576.87
WILLIAMS HARLEY D & PAMELA M

1372 Q15-019 HX 70.81
LOPEZ MARCOS & NORMA

1373 Q15-020 51.28
BAKER LEROY

1374 Q15-040 120.90
WARREN ROSA ANN EST

1375 Q15-046 44.55
CHET & CHARLES LLC

1376 Q15-075 479.52
WATSON JOE & WINNIE

1377 Q17-008 HX 1,516.67
SIMMONS MICHAEL G & VICKI M

1378 Q19-010 HX 918.27
WELLS DARRELL

1379 Q19-012 HX 889.98
CORONADO ADOLFO S & MARIA E &

1380 Q19-017 HX 1,704.72
ROGERS EUMA & JOHN BARRETT

1381 Q19-041 HX 219.37
MADDOX RONNIE HILTON

1382 Q19-055 773.84
RICHTER KENT A & DONNA J

1383 Q20-011 HX 810.28
TAYLOR WENDELL & BILLY JO

1384 Q20-012 127.86
CRENNELL DAVID L

1385 Q20-016 40.81
ROBERTS ASTON

1386 Q20-018 1,824.74
DAVIS BRADLEY J & WANDA M

1387 Q20-020 1,276.22
EULETT ROBERT J & GERALD R

1388 Q20-026 1,509.55
HOMES IN FL INTERNATIONAL LLC

1389 Q21-045 HX 70.81
ANDRADE JOSE

1390 Q21A011 23.59
PYLES SAM ROBERT III TRUST &

1391 Q21A017 25.58
FRAZIER J B & BERTHA

1392 Q21A020 34.44
FRAZIER J B

1393 Q21A021 29.56
NEICE CHET

1394 Q22-014 380.72
WILLIAMS JOHN RUSSELL SR

1395 Q22A051 538.89 .
STORK FRANKLIN L III

1396 Q22A056 66.35
STORK FRANKLIN L III

1397 Q22A058 1,677.58
STORK FRANKLIN L III

1398 Q22A062 102.92
STORK FRANKLIN L III

1399 Q22A078 1,422.01
BURTON ALICE B

1400 Q22A080 HX 70.81
CORONADO JUAN A & NOEMI
. . ..- -. ..--
1401 Q22A082 HX 70.81
MANRIQUEZ FELIPE & ELIZABETH

1402 Q22A098 HX 70.81
GRACIA NICOLAS & SAN JUANA

1403 Q22A100 HX 70.81
VELA JUAN JOSE & ALMA L

1404 Q22A125 135.74
WEST WILLIAM HAROLD

1405 Q22A128 HX 70.81
HALL PHOEBE A LIFE ESTATE

1406 Q22A130 HX 445.76
SMITH JESSE & MARTHA' R


1407 Q22A134 538.64
TYLER DUSTY L

1408 Q22A142 242.07
HINCHMAN KAREN

1409 Q22A191 287.50
WRIGHT AL & BETTY

1410 Q22A204 HX 521.9.9
UPSHAW LOYAL A & AMY W

1411 Q22A211 633.03
MILLION TAMMIE YOLANDA

1412 Q22A215B HX 392.57
MILLION TAMMIE Y

1413 Q22A230 HX 749.72
COLLINS JOHN B SR &

1414 Q22A233 152.90
COLLINS JOHN B & CARRIE MARIE

1415 Q22A237 155.36
HICKS TERRI A

1416 Q22A238 843.10
HICKS TERRI A

1417 Q22A244 HX 70.81
MEALER RAYMOND ALVIN

1418 Q22A250 HX 1,618.33
WRIGHT BROWARD A

1419 Q22A288 449.51
SMITH ANNIE LAURA *
1420 Q22A304 HX 70.81
ALBARRAN CAROLINA

1421 Q22A316 HX 725.57


BROWN CHARLES R & CASSIE M

1422 Q22A317 HX 119.68
MURPHY MYRTLE

1423 Q22A318 169.75
BRADSHAW SAMUEL & AMELIA

1424 Q22A328 568.18
SOLOMON ANNIE L

1425 Q22A331 139.49
MILLER ASTLEY G & THERESA

1426 Q22A338 HX 70.81
BARNES EDDIE FLOYD & LARRY D

1427 Q22A340 HX 708.20
MCCORD FRANKLIN & GEORGIA M

1428 Q22A344 HX 129.66
TAYLOR GEORGE & MARY


1429 Q22A348 153.65
TAYLOR GEORGE

1430 Q22A350 88.98
TAYLOR GEORGE M & MARY

1431 Q22A354 308.23
WALTER MORRISENE & LEA

1432 Q22A395 HX 333.64
CORONADO ADOLFO & JOSE A

1433 Q22A399 183.17
CORONADO ADOLFO

1434 Q22A400 HX 70.81
TAMBUNGA RAUL DAVID & MARIA G

1435 Q22A404 534.22
CORONADO ADOLFO

1436 Q22A436 347.55
CORONADO HILARIO & ERNESTINA

1437 Q22A467 845.59
THOMAS LINDA S

1438 Q22A471 HX 2,174.86
TOWNSEND SANDRA

1439 Q22A474 HX 617.48
RODRIQUEZ SIMON &

1440 Q22A479 HX 500.99
UPSHAW TRAVIS L &

1441 Q22A483 HX 70.81
SIMMONS HANNICE JEFFERY JR

1442 Q22A486 HX 247.17
LINDSEY JOYCE SIMMONS

1443 Q22A488 HX 70.81
DELEON FULGENCIO ROXZEL

1444 Q22A524 HX 485.15
GONZALEZ SIXTO

1445 Q22A544 581.29
GUTIERREZ RONALD D

1446 Q22A550 HX 138.73
WILSON KATHERINE

1447 Q22A556 HX 490.98
BROWN BRENDA

1448 Q22A573 327.22
CHRUCH: THE GENERAL CONFERENCE

1449 Q22A616 HX 113.10
CHANEY DENNA B

1450 Q22A617 265.85
DAILY HAROLD

1451 Q22D004 335.83
WRIGHT BROWARD A

1452 Q22E001 900.42
STORK FRANKLIN L III

1453 Q22E002 467.29
STORK FRANKLIN L III (1/2 INT)

1454 Q22E003 141.82
STORK FRANKLIN L III (1/2 INT)

1455 Q22E004 113.73
EDWARDS IRENE E & ARHTUR E

1456 Q22E007 200.14
STORK FRANKLIN L III

1457 Q22E010 71.44
STORK FRANKLIN L III

1458 Q22F005 HX 99.34
SMITH JAMES F JR & BECKY F

1459 Q23-004 3,512.04
STRICKLAND ROBERT

1460 Q26-004 HX 70.81
CULLEN BRINDA D

.1461 Q30-004 ;". HX 70.81
MCCLANAHAN CHERYL

1462 Q31-006 HX 70.81
WAGNER STEVEN R

1463 Q31-032 HX 132.60
AKINS FRED NORMAN & PAULA L

1464 Q31-042 HX 70.81
WHITMAN BETTY J.

1465 Q31B064 HX 70.81
ORNELAS ALEX D & KELLY D

1466 Q31C040 1,758.49
CAVENDER MICHAEL L & KATRINA

1467 Q31C058 HX 70.81
MCCLANAHAN SANDRA G
_--------- .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
1468 Q31C116 498.11
SMITH KENNETH D

1469 Q31D001 HX 1,343.73
GAVIN CORY L SR & KATRINA D

1470 Q31D002 224.92
GAVIN SAMUEL L

1471 Q31D003 224.92
GAVIN SAMUEL L

1472 Q31D005 580.24
GAVIN VIVIAN

1473 Q31D006 HX 70.81
AKINS FRED NORMAN

1474 Q31D010 HX 984.40
MCMILLER THARMAN L &

1475 Q31D013 HX 70.81
NEGRETE RAFAEL & JOSEPHINE

1476 Q31D014 237.12
NEGRETE RAFAEL & JOSEFINA

1477 Q31D017 HX 70.81
CAUDILLO DELIA E

1478 Q31D018 453.08
CRUZ JOSE SR.

1479 Q31D023 HX 385.21
GARCIA AMBROCIO & BERTHA

1480 Q31D026 HX 70.81
WELLS EDDIE & MILDRED

1481 Q31D028 224.92
GARCIA SANDIA

1482 Q32-022 610.18
STELLER RHONDA D & STEVEN E

1483 Q34-004 700.71
HILL ELIZABETH JANE & RUSSELL

1484 Q34-011 HX 70.81
SIZEMORE MYRTLE G & DAVID A

1485 Q34-012 355.08
EASON NANCY,ETAL

1486 Q34-016 HX 277.31
MILLER DANIEL B & NANCY B

1487 Q34-018 HX 429.77
SIMMONS DONALD JR & CHRISTINE


1488 Q34-021 HX 70.81
SIZEMORE D A & FRANCES

1489 Q34-035 HX 201.12
LAMB DUANE R & MARGARET MARY

1490 Q34-084 303.01
FONTANA JOAN MELISSA HARRIS

1491 Q35-008 HX 1,405.30
ZELENT JOHN A

1492 Q35-041 303.01
PREECE ERIK N & TARA A

1493 R02A035 HX 289.33
CAPELLE VICKI

1494 R02A041 HX 485.38
BROWN RONALD M & LINDA K


1495 R02B130 500.52
PILKINTON ROBERT & JULIA

1496 R02B138 508.16
SMITH WILLIAM C

1497 R02B139 HX 778.69
PHELPS JAMES A

1498 R03-016 168.18
ANDERSON E CARL TRUSTEE

1499 R03-027 763.22
HOOTEN FRANCES

1500 R03-031 303.01
HOOTEN JAMES L & GAIL L

1501 R03-032 HX 475.97
PORTER TOURIA & DANIEL R

1502 R03-044 HX 306.20
GOODRICH HERBERT

1503 R03-079 474.69
JOHNSON CHRISTOPHER & DEBRA

1504 R03-200 237.14
LANKFORD RICHARD D SR &

1505 R03A134 HX 737.00
ALDERMAN RALPH L & BRENDA J

1506 R04-015 124.64
BREWER IDA

1507 R04-017 HX 70.81
MCNEAL EARNEST JR & LINDA

1508 R04-023 441.43
MCKAY CARLTON GEORGE

1509 R04-028 HX 399.39
KELLY BRENDA

1510 R04-045 HX 70.81
MCNEAL ANGELA

1511 R04-046 124.64
MCNEAL EARNEST JR ETAL

1512 RIO-004 HX 117.43
COMBEE JAMES

1513 R10-006 424.94
MAYNARD FORREST & JOSEPH CLARK

1514 R10-012 487.91
ANDERSON E CARL TRUSTEE

1515 R10-016 HX 85.98
MASKREY GEORGE P

1516 R10-017 HX 70.81
SCHENATO JOE N

1517 R10-019 HX 70.81
POSEY MCKEMIE & ROSELLA

1518 R10-025 HX 70.81
BATES ROBERT L LIFE ESTATE

1519 R10-065 HX 377.44
MCDANIEL MARLENE DIANA

1520 R10-074 469.07
WILLIAMS MATTHEW &

1521 R10A012 HX 70.81
MARTIN RICHARD S & PHYLLIS M

1522 R10A022 HX 556.78
TEAL WILLARD GREGORY &

1523 R10A031 HX 661.91
DELONG BRUCE T

1524 R10A035 743.51
KIDD KEVIN & NOVEEN HOWELL

1525 R10A077 1,064.39
JUDGE KEITH A

1526 R10A096 830.91
DELEON WILFREDO & JACUELINE
--- --- --- ------ --------
1527R10A097 r 740.02 a
HUNNEWELL TOMMY D

1528 R10A134 HX 70.81
PARISH ANTHONY & KATIE

1529 R11-027A 492.10
HERNANDEZ EMANUEL & HILDA

1530 R11-033 94.08
WILLINGHAM JAMES V

1531 R11-034 1,082.07
TOLSON ENTERPRISES INC

1532 R11-051 HX 1,036.85
MCKAY ROBERT & JULINE

1533 R11A006 HX 258.14
LYLE.LARRY

1534 R11A019 350.20
. HAWKINS STEPHEN PAUL

1535 R11A021 468.89
HAWKINS STEPHEN PAUL

1536 R11A129 468.89
BREAKEY FRED A

1537 R11A146, 197.40
HELTON TERESA J

1538 R11B004 154.95
ROWLAND JOEY L

1539 R11B011 HX 208.83
PALIC DARRIEL

1540 R11B016 406.47
YORK PAUL R & CONSTANCE E

1541 R11B043 HX 70.81
GRIFFIN DAVID & JENNIFER
1542 R11B057 268.76
LOPEZ ELIZABETH & ERLINDA

1543 R11C005 HX 594.13
MORAN RICKIE G

1544 R11C057 HX 229.46
FOUNTAIN REX D

1545 R11C065 HX 153.87
MOORE WILLIAM M

1546 R11D040 HX 739.07
LITTLE CYNTHIA R.C.

1547 R11D269 HX 565.86
PARRISH DONALD C

1548 R11D416 508.16
BRYANT TONY A

1549 R11D424 HX 70.81
WEEKS CHRISTY D

1550 R11E013 HX 70.81
RICE JOHNNY R JR

1551 R12-006 HX 89.42
PERT RAYMOND C & CANDY K

1552 R12-082 HX 70.81
GIBSON LANTY N & DEBRA S

1553 R12-089 HX 70.81
SEARS OSCAR & FLOSSIE


1554 R12-098 736.82
DALLAS PATRICIA

1555 R12A013 351.92
REAVES JOHNNIE A/KIA JOHNIE &

1556 R12A062 HX 70.81
HOWARD CHARLES G SR

1557 R12A078 80.04
COMPARES JOSIE

1558 R12B005 395.68
BRYANT TONY A

1559 R12B015 357.38
HATCHER JAMES D JR & TAMMY


1560 R12B019
WOOSLEY RONALD LEE &


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1561 R12BO49 HX 70.81
HALL KRISTY A & JENNIE LOUISE
1562 R12B061 HX 70.81
LYLE BENJAMIN & SUE ELLEN
1563 R12B062 136.05
KELLY BETTIE B
1564 R12C209 556.75
KRISTOFERSON OTTO
1565 R12C211 509.83
ALLEN FRED LEE & DEBORAH ANN
1566 R12C218 HX 70.81
BYRUM J E & JOY GRAVES
1567 R12C227 407.96
SPILLMAN ROZELL
1568 R12C315 102.32
SANDERS ROSE M
1569 R12C601 HX 70.81
WRIGHT KENNETH & MARY STEBBINS
1570 R12C602 187.06
BAKOWSKI PETER
1571 R12D006 106.80
JACOBSON PAUL F
1572 R12D018 401.43
SCHOENAGEL LUCILLE
1573 R12D033 106.80
ALBANO NATHAN & ROSALIE
1574 R13-005 HX 858.98
LISTER JOHN JR & LAURA
1575 R13-019 930.28
CLARK JAIMIE
1576 R13-020 HX 231.79
STEPHENS JONATHAN
1577 R13-021 351.16
DECOSTER GEORGE
1578 R13-022 547.38
CAPRILOZZI MICHAEL &
1579 R13A028 572.38
HALEY JOSEPH K
1580 R13R022 HX 70.81
ADAMS RUDENIA & KEITH OSBORNE
1581 R13R031 HX 336.76
COTTER JAMES F & SARA
1582 R13T096 HX 772.37
JOHNSON VERLE L JR &
1583 R13T099 873.73
FRANKLIN GARY
1584 R13T158 HX 195.97
WIKOWSKY WILSON JR
1585 R13T167 1,185.89
ROOT RANDY P & PEGGY A
1586 R14-017 859.46
LEDEE NORMA
1587 R14-021 HX 70.81
BACHMANN JOSEPH & SONDRA
1588 R14-023 37.67
KLOOSTERMAN PATRICK
1589 R14-036 139.76
JANSSEN JOSEPH E & JOYCE M
1590 R14-037 950.79
MASON JOHN SCOTT &
1591 R14-048 346.17
PAGE JOHNNY L SR & ALDEA JO
1592 R14-051 423.32
BRAY PRICILLA ETAL (JTWROS)
1593 R14-327 139.25
-HOWARD CHARLES G JR & LORETTA
1594 R14-351 757.79
BEALL ELIZABETH ANN
1595 R14-401 488.51
BROWN WILLIAM KRIS

1596 R14-405 253.06
BROWN WILLIAM KRIS
1597 R14-407 135.35
BROWN WILLIAM KRIS
1598 R14-413 160.31
GANSTER DANIEL R *
1599 R14-437 303.01
FL H CO
1600 R14-472 392.43
MULLIS REBECCA
1601 R14-475 429.57
GRAHAM PAULINE & GEORGE G.
1602 R14A029 854.11
MILLIKIN ROBERT B
1603 R14B011 HX 70.81
WOJTOWICZ ANTHONY


1604 R14B066 HX 70.81
SCURLOCK PAUL E & CELIA L(TIC)
1605 R14B076 567.00
MESSNER CHESTER WILLIAM JR
1606 R14D009 155.54
GLEASON CHESTER ETAL
1607 R14D011 101.45
STOFT DOROTHY
1608 R14G008 501.63
PRICE JIM
1609 RI4J005 HX 70.81
GIBBS DON R,RONALD R,REACUS R
1610 R14J013 121.98
YACUZZO MELODY S
1611 R14J019 121.98
FENNE RICK
1612 R14M012 HX 70.81
SUITER BRIAN
1613 R14N011 HX 70.81
RICHARDSON ELLA M
1614 R140010 164.76
BOGGS CARLA ANN

1615 R14Q008 164.76
BYRD LINDA
1616 R14Q009 HX 70.81
SAPP FLOYD W & GLORIA (JTWROS)
1617 R14R011 487.20
MAYA BULMARO & MONICA
1618 R14S003 277.06
MITCHELL KENNETH DAYTON JR
1619 R14U004 1,035.18
SHAHEEN CHRISTOPHER D
1620 R14X002 HX 333.05
ROGERS DAVID A II & DAVID A
1621 R14Z012 HX 70.81
LANDRY RAYMOND
1622 R15A010 115.70
BAILEY CHARLES CLAY I &
1623 R24-001 HX 472.99
BURNEY LEONARD
1624 R24A014 269.12
BURNEY LEONARD & DOUG MITCHELL
1625 R24A017 340.48
LYNN CHARLIE A JR
1626 S01-036 HX 70.81
FELIX CARLOS & ELVIA
1627 S01-037 HX 70.81
MORRIS ARLISHA
1628 S01-038 HX 70.81
BRYANT DEWAYNE
1629 S0-042 13,909.51
G.I.G. L.L.C.
1630 S01-043 HX 111.20
WILLS MARY
1631 S01-073 HX 10,250.26
G.I.G L.L.C.
1632 S01-098 HX 469.54
LEWIS VERNON & MILLIE
1633 S01-108 658.96
AYALA MARGARITA
1634 SOIA002 170.06
ORNELAS CARLOS E & OSAMEA
1635 S01C306 HX 276.24
LOWERY MICHAEL D
1636 S01D035 333.78&
RAYMER FAMILY TRUST REVOCABLE
1637 S01E040 HX 70.81
FARABEE VIOLA S TRUSTEE
1638 S01G029 231.65
PERRY HERSCHEL W & AGNES M
1639 S02-017 481.31
WELLS MILDRED
1640 S02-043 651.16
GUARIN ARACELY C
1641 S02-045 HX 500.92
DAVIS BETTY G CONNELL
1642 S02-047 HX 302.30
HARRELL MARCUS W & TINA R
1643 S04A015 HX 909.03
KIRK DANIEL J & DEBRA A
1644 S05-003 HX 295.19
MULLAN WILLIAM & ERVA
1645 S05-030 1,306.19
LAWRENCE FABIAN T
1646 S05B001 815:12
SMITH CAROL ANN


1647 S05B007 HX 504.34
KOZLOWSKI TINA ETAL
1648 S05B008 HX 477.41
STOVER MICHAEL WAYNE

1649 S05B010 HX 259.10
SMALLEY ROBERT & DREAMA
1650 S06-028 HX 70.81
EASON JACKIE & NANCY
1651 S06-033 1,571.26
BULLOCK VERA C
1652 S06-088 410.04
BELL MARY LINDA FUSSELL
1653 S06B005 1,047.83
YOUNG DANNY L
1654 S06B012 HX 133.97
RAGAN RONALD J & VICKIE L
1655 S07-032 704.09
OXENDINE NORMA J
1656 S07-037 850.93
WHITNEY RUTH E
1657 S07-067 75.56
HOWELL JOSEPH C ESTATE OF

1658 S07-072 HX 351.98
ROWELL WINTON RANDALL
1659 S11-046 67.55
CHAVEZ JUAN CARLOS & DIANA
1660 S12-032 3,428.09
KIM DAVID S
1661 S12-038 1,235.02
OTERO EVELYN
1662 S13-002 27.41
SHANKS A K & FLOSSIE
1663 S13-004 HX 298.65
SHANKS A K & FLOSSIE
1664 S13-007 38.92
SHANKS A K & FLOSSIE
1665 S13-010 74.77
SHANKS A K & FLOSSIE
1666 S15-008 61.30
HURLEY KEITH
1667 SS1-013 2,088.74
JIMENEZ MORGAN
1668 S15-014 3,323.55
HALL TIMOTHY A & BRENDA L
1669 S15A025 582.96
PITTS RONALD C & ELLEN M
1670 S15A091 HX 148.36
MEDINA DANIEL & JUANITA
1671 S15A201 514.30
COVIL TRACY D
1672 S23-003 538.38
DAVIS MYRTLE M
1673 S23-009 845.27
SCOTT PAUL
1674 S23-037 HX 580.83
WILSON KENNETH D.JR & BETTY
1675 S24-069 HX 332.53
BUIE SHEILA M
1676 S24-070 203.41
WHITLOCK FREDDIE J
1677 S24B006 573.19
OTERO RAFAEL & EVELYN
1678 S25-007 HX 793.09
ELKINS VICKI SUE
1679 S25-013 108.56
PARKER MARVIN L & SHIRLEY
1680 S25-015 HX 142.37
PARKER MARVIN L & S F
1681 S25-027 86.26
PARKER MARVIN LAMAR & SHIRLEY

1682 S25-031 710.78
PARKER MARVIN LAMAR
1683 S25-032 HX 485.28
ARMSTRONG DONALD & CAROL
1684 S25-075 HX 430.58
PARKER MARVIN DEAN
1685 S25A001 356.41
GARCIA ANTONIO M
1686 S26-035 78.16
ROGERS LYMAN GARY
1687 S26-043 HX 179.92
DOBSON SHELIA WARD &
1688 S26-046 HX 229.85
WILKERSON STEVEN B & DEBBIE G.
1689 S26-065 HX 353.35
FRANKLIN DERRICK A & MARY LOU


1690 T01-019 HX 1,527.61
BIALAS LEE PATRICIA
1691 T03-016 49.24
THOMAS MACK DWAYNE & HEIRS
1692 T04-028 HX 477.36
STOKES JESSE & MAXINE
1693 T04-040 1,569.40
ORTIZ GUILERMINA IRENE &
1694 T04-062 HX 70.81
OTERO EVELYN
1695 T05-008 835.67
NATURLAND INC.,
1696 T05-009 HX 419.86
ALSOBROOK ROY F
1697 T05-024 30.10
SHOWS MARY KELLY
1698 T06-011 292.30
EDWARDS JANNIE V
1699 T06-012 998.68
WILLIAMS LILLIE B EST
1700 T06-017 434.32
WILLIAMS MAGNOLIA CRAINE

1701 T06-020 441.03
BRYANT ROBERT
1702 T06-022 116.15
GADDY ROBERT V JR &

1703 T06-024 HX 70.81
HOWARD CLARENCE & HATTIE EST
1704 T06-035 349.04
ELLIS LUGENE ELLIOTT &
1705 T06-038 50.84
WILLIAMS LILLIE B EST
1706 T06-043 334.49
LAW RODNEY S
1707 T06-048 410.04
WILLIAMS ALMEDA F &
1708 T06-062 882.39
GREEN DARRYL
1709 T06-067 HX 70.81
CRAINE FRANCES & ALBERT EDDIE
1710 T06-074 45.58
GREEN DARRYL I & GWENDOLYN H
1711 T06A004 1,386.70
R & R JOINT PROPERTIES INC
1712 T06A012 93.83
MARTEL E 0 & DOROTHY S
1713 T06A053 154.80
SMITH ETHEL MAE & RODNEY
1714 T06A092 1,185.05
JENKINS WILLIAM F & BRENDA J
1715 T06A128 HX 70.81
CHAVEZ JUAN CARLOS & DIANA L
1716 T06B006 509.66
WILLIAMS HEUBERT L & BRENDA L
1717 T06B032 947.88
BELCHER LARRY & MELISSA M
1718 T06B041 205.79
LEE MARIAN E ESTATE
1719 T06B054 77.80
EVERETT WILLIE L
1720 T06B097 56.54
CHISM BEATRICE SIMMONS
1721 T06B107 HX 70.81
EVERETT FRANK LUCIOUS
1722 T06B116 505.16
EVERETT LEONARD J
1723 T07-009 HX 271.95
BULLARD LEE OTHA & CORRINE
1724 T07-028 63.62
JOINER MATT L

1725 T07-040 HX 70.81
FELIX ANDREA M
1726 T07-070 HX 70.81
GARCIA PORFIRIO & JUDY
1727 T07-079 HX 70.81
GARCIA ANTONIO & SYLVESTRA
1728 T08-004 HX 377.98
CARROLL ELWOOD J & BRENDA J
1729 T08-007 49.71
JOINER MATT L
1730 T09-005A 595.54
WILLIS SELENA J & SCOTT FLYNN
1731 T09-014 HX 431.66
GRAHAM EDDIE L
1732 T09-017 516.19
ENGLISH ALBERT EDDIE


1733 T09-019 488.35
WILLIAMS AMOS & JULIA MAE
1734 T09-021 55.06
ENGLISH ALBERT
1735 T09-030 290.09
ENGLISH ALBERT EDDIE
1736 T09-031 HX 70.81
WILLIAMS AMOS & MARY
1737 T09-032 HX 79.39
CRAINE ROSSIE M
1738 T09-035 HX 617.86
CRAINE PANSY M
1739 T09-038 220.24
ENGLISH ALBERT & DALLAS WIMMS
1740 T09-060 519.90
BYRNES WILLIAM D
1741 T09-070 HX 164.97
JOHNSON AARON & JOYCE E
1742 T09-079 3,923.22
MAULDIN RANDALL VANCE
1743 T15-111 286.95
GIRARD MAIDA DENISE
1744 T16-004 53.71
JOHNSON AARON
1745 T16-018 HX 477.43
STRICKLAND DAVID M

1746 T16-020 HX 70.81
BROWN BARBARA
1747 T16-026 96.11
AYCOCK JOHNNY & EVELYN
1748 T16-027 792.75
AYCOCK JOHNNY C & EVELYN J
1749 T16-031 679.28
WELLS BENNY A & MARY KATHERINE
1750 T16B004 1,131.06
SARVER ROBERT & KIMBER
1751 T17-013 545.04
HOLDEN GARY
1752 T17-017 HX 167.48
COCHRAN MARILYN J
1753 T17-022 30.10
SMIRLIS ROGER
1754 T17-030 HX 418.46
JOINER MATT L
1755 T17-062 HX 463.46
SCOTT PAMELA D
1756 T17-067 686.69
CAPPORELLI JOSEPH & LAURA M
1757 T17AO05 23.92
COCHRAN MARILYN J
1758 T18-011 1,649.30
MAULDIN RANDALL V & SHELLY A
1759 T18-041 HX 70.81
WILSON W 0 & SHIRLEY
1760 T18-055 69.34
JOINER MATT L
1761 T18-058 400.81
FERRELL MILTON
1762 T19-058 1,202.91
STRICKLAND ROBERT
1763 T19A015 23.85
SHEARER SARAH E
1764 T19A017 23.85
MCKEEHAN JUDY
1765 T19A019 24.74
TRUDNAK JACK
1766 T20B083 265.77.
LEWIS WILLIAM W
1767 T20B084 HX 70.81
LEWIS AUDREY

1768 T20C051 56.84
BENAVIDEZ ENRIQUE
1769 T20C052 HX 138.73
BENAVIDEZ ENRIQUE M &
1770 T20C065 245.91
PIONEER ENTERPRISES INC
1771 T29-024 87.16
AKINS FRED & PAULA


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FRIDAY, MAY 12
Yard sale planned
A yard sale is planned from 8
a.m. to noon outside the Arbor
Village Nursing Center in
Wildwood. The sale is a
fundraiser for residents who
have extra needs and to help
purchase Christmas gifts and
other items for them.
TUESDAY, MAY 16
Spring concert
The 33rd Annual Wildwood
Middle School Guitar Group
Spring Concert will be held at 7
p.m., in the WMS Gym. This
will be the final concert of this
group. The group is being
retired this year Tickets are
available at the school or by
calling 352-748-5136.
StormReady program
The National Weather
Service's StormReady program
will be offered from 7 to 8 p.m.
at the Sumter County
Emergency Operations Center,
414 N. Lawrence St, Bushnell.
There is no charge. RSVP no
later than Friday, May 12, by
calling 569-6000. The program
prepares community leaders
and emergency managers for
\ocal hazardous weather oper-
htions.
THURSDAY, MAY 18
DEC to meet
The Sumter County D.E.C.
(Democrat Executive
Committee) will meet at 6:30
p.m., in the Sumterville
Community Center on Highway
301. If interested in promoting
the Democratic party, please
attend or call 330-2440.
Refreshments will be served.
FRIDAY, MAY 19
Planning session
PALS (Performing Arts of
Lake and Sumter Counties) is
pleased to announce the


details of their annual meeting.
The PALS Annual Meeting will
be held at Lake Receptions,
4425 Highway 19A in Mount
Dora, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30
p.m. Reservations are required
and must be received by
Friday, May 12 at 4 p.m. To
reserve your place, please call
352-435-5029 or 352-435-5047.
SATURDAY, MAY 20
Huge garage sale
Sale will start at 8:30 a.m., at
Oxford Community Center, 1
block S. and E. of 466 and 301.
Hosted by Citizens for Clean
Air and Water. Contributions
welcome. For more informa-
tion call 352-259-1426 or 461-
9373. This is for a nonprofit
organization.
Quest for Camelot
Davonne's School of Ballet
will present "Quest For
Camelot" at 7 p.m., at
Wildwood High Gym. Tickets
will be available at the door for
$5 for adults and $3 for chil-
dren ages 6 through 12. For
more information, call 303-
0505.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 24
Stevenson to speak
At 7 p.m. at the Oxford
Community Center, Jim
Stevenson, Florida's leading
expert on springs will speak to
the Citizens for Clean Air and
Water about "Florida's
Springs: Natural Gems,
Troubled Waters." Stevenson is
one of the foremost influential
personalities in freshwater
spring protection. His knowl-
edge and experience have
directly shaped Florida's poli-
cies and practices in the
preservation and protection of
groundwater resources. He
was the chairman of the
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springs protection projects.
For his longstanding stew-
ardship of Florida's public


lands, the governor and cabinet
dedicated the DEP's highest
award the "Jim Stevenson
Resource Manager of the Year
Award" that is given annually
to the most deserving state
lands manager.


THURSDAY, MAY 25
Council meeting
There will be a Sumter
County Interagency Council
meeting at the new location at
the IHOP on State Road 44 in
Wildwood.


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Compared to last week: 'Slaughter cows and bulls.were steady to 1.00 lower, feeder steers and heifers were
mostly steady. Supply was light; demand was moderate.
I PA 6 O Flesh condition: Thin and very thin
Feeder steers and heifers: under 600 lbs 61 percent, (31 percent steers, 30 percent heifers), over 600 Ibs 2
percent (1 percent steers, 1 percent heifers)
Slaughter cows and bulls: 27 percent. Replacement cows: 10 percent.


Slaughter Cows Boner 80-85%
Wt Range Avg Wt Price Range
800-1195 997 51.00-55.00
870-1050 976 56.00:61.00
1205-1285 1248 51.00-55.00
1250-1490 1370 60.00-64.00


Avg Price
52.94
57.83 High Dressing
52.71
62.18 High Dressing


Slaughter Cows Lean 85-90%
Wt Range Avg Wt Price Range Avg Price
725-780 752 46.0049.00 47.45
735-790 762 38.00-44.00 42.01 Low Dressing
800-1175 974 45.00-50.00 47.90
840-990 898 38,00.44,00 41.17 Low Dressing
1205-1250 1228" 49.50-50.00 49.83
Slaughter Bulls Y.G. 1
Wt Range AvgWt Price Range Avg Price
1000-1490 1238 59.50-66.00 62.19
1405 1405 68.00 68.00 High Dressing
1000-1400 1136 53.00-59.00 56.33 Low Dressing
1575-1915. 1745 62.00-66.00 64.19
1625-1685 1663 69.00-74.50 72.20 High Dressing
1505-2210 1763 54,00-59.00 56.07 Low Dressing
Feeder Steers and Bulls Medium and Large 1-2
Wt Range Avg W 5.;, ,- F ,,,- Avg Price
150-195 164 i:-" ;.inii, 191.95
210-220 215 170.00-180.00 174.88
250-295 276 155.00-166.00 160.14
300-340 320 134.00-150.00 140.49
350-395 369 130.00-140.00 132.73
400435 418 120.00-129,00 123.47
450-475 465 114.00-116.00 115.00
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,Feeder Steers and Bulls Medium and Large 2-3
Wt Range AvgWt Price Range Avg Price
205-240 226 140.00-165.00 154.14
255-295 279 I ...,. .,,, 145.78
310-345 332 i.,', i 4,.,, 129.35
350-390 372 118.00-128.00 122.18
405-435 421 102.00-113.00 109.51
455-490 474 100.00-110.00 105,41
535-545 538 92.00-99.00 95.02
580-595 590 84.00-92.00 88.71
635-645 640 87.00-95.00 91.03
665-695 685 72.00-82.00 75.57
Feeder Steers and Bulls Small 1-2
Wt Range Avg Wt Pice Range Avg Price
220-235 228 116.00-135.00 129.57
260-295 281 110.00.135.00 126.11
315-345 330 114.00-115,00 114.52
350-380 368 100.00-120.00 111.18
410-440 425 98,00-100.00 99.36
450-480 466 90.00-93.00 90.59
Feeder Heifers Medium and Large 1-2
Wt Range Avg Wt Price Range Avg Price
150-188, 168 170.00-190.00 178.91
205-238 227 144.00-185.00 150.55
260-273 269 138.00-140.00 139.35
300-315 307 126.00-138.00 132.43
353-390 366 116.00-124.00 119.09
405-440 425 113.00-118.00 116.74
455475 466 107.00-115.00 109.97
505-548 525 96.00-105.00 99.65
650-663 659 94.00-95.00 94.33
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Avg Price
109.96
117.38
106.16
101.29


The meeting starts at 11:30
a.m. and continues during
lunch. Anyone interested in
social issues in Sumter County
is welcome.
For information, call Bonnie
Reidy at 728-6661.


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Feeder Heifers Medium and Large 2-3
WI Range Avg Wt Price Range Avg Price
220-245 228 125.00-145.00 13283
250-290 262 124.00-140.00 130.83
300-345 321 114.00-128.00 121.41
350-398 370 110.00-120.00- 114.85
400-445 418 100.00-110.00 105.60
470485 477 95.00-100.00 97.02
510-535 520 85.00-92.00 88.95
550-570 560 95.00-96.00 95.51


Feeder Heifers Small 1-2 .
,., = Avg Wt Price Range
.:, .; 224 100.00-115.00
250-295 272 100.00-126.00
310-340 326 100.00-112.00
360-380 368 100.00-105.00


Bred Cows Medium and Large 1-2 Middle-Aged
Wt Range Avg Wt Price Range Avg Price
860-1190 1033 58.00-76.00 65.27 4-6 Months Bred
995-1190 1090 68.00-78.00 72.20 7-9 Months Bred
1200-1430 1274 58.00-68.00 61.32 4-6 Months Bred
1240-1595 1333 52.00-72.00 60.11 7-9 Months Bred
Cow-Calf Pairs Medium and Large 1-2 Middle-Aged
Wt Range Avg WI Price Range Avg Price
725-790 758 510.00-700.00 600.06
875-1125 1038 560,00-925.00 713.36
1210-1465 1314 530.00-825,00 738.91


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T o wihl ADAMmS .ean al o



Thoughts of airboats, mufflers and alligators


Airboats are as much as
the Florida way of life
and tradition as alliga-
tors are. However in
,ome unknowing
,and biased factions
,-around the state
1:both alligators and
airboats are looked
down on rather
'harshly and some ,,
new residents of the
state think that both .
airboats and gators
should be complete-
ly removed from the
face of the earth.,
Well folks, I am JA
here to say that I am Ac
proudly from the
other side of that
asinine fence and since I have
been a Native Florida
Cracker resident residing in
this beautiful sunshine state a
whole lot longer than those
few salt sick radicals. who
don't appreciate either air-
boats or alligators legitimate
right to be here, let it be
known that I am an ardent
friend and admirer of both.
Folks, it is without question
whatsoever that the alligator
population is and has been
out of control around much of
our state for quite some time.
On the other hand finally after
way too much coddling and
over protecting of our gator


population the state Fish and
Wildlife Commission has
finally wised up and recog-
nized the fact that
there are just way
""""""" ,too many hungry
gators on the prowl
that have much too
often devoured a
human or two.
ing facts in mind,
the FWC has taken
some long-needed
steps to modify the
rules regarding
alligators thereby
.MIE allowing a limited
AAMIS gator-hunting sea-
son, which hope-
fully will reduce
the. million or more gators
down, to the numbers as to
where they can be reasonably
controlled.
For my part, I have no fear
of gators and in fact father
like to see them around where
I fish and hunt. As far as
gators catching a person from
time to time, the majority of
the time gators were in the
area first and humans built
their beautiful waterfront
home right on top of where
they lived. In many cases, the
new waterfront dweller start-
ed to feed ol' Albert the gator
and subsequently the gator
quickly lost what, if any, natu-


Hospice seeks teen volunteers


y -.

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Huge alligator along the Withlacoochee River.
Huge alligator along the Withiacoochee River.


ral fear he might have had of a
human.
So, when the right chance of
getting a quick meal came
along, the gator did what
comes naturally when some
warm-blooded critter invaded
his domain. He caught that
critter because to his way of
thinking a human, dog, flamin-
go, coot or coon was just
another meal of protein need-


ed for his survival.
Gators don't really serve
much use. of any kind to
mankind other than the ten-.
der meat from the tail section.
It's rather tasty when deep-
fried up along with a bait of
coleslaw and some hush pup-
pies and guava jelly on the
side.
The hides have always been.
in demand for boots and bill-


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fold and expensive luggage as
the leather is of the finest
quality found in the world.
Gators have always been
here roaming around the
swamp and wetlands found in
most of Florida.
If the historians are any-
where correct in their calcula-
tions they have been here
since there was first life roam-
ing around this old world.


Florida and Louisiana
probably have the highest
number of gators due to the
type of native habitat that is
found in these states.
Both have plenty of swampy
wetlands for gator to thrive
and if their numbers are not
kept under some type of sane
control they can multiply and
take over the swamps in a big
hurry


Hospice of Lake and
.Sumter is seeking teen volun-
teers 14 and older to befriend
patients with life-threatening
illnesses' and their loved ones,
and/or do data entry or cleri-
cal work


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Selling police $17 900. Residual $10,628. Lease is for 39 months. $239 down cash/trade Selling price $21,519. Residual $13,540.80. Lease is for 39 months. $259 down cash/ Selling price $20,375. Residual $10,616.95. Lease is for 39 months. $279 down cash)
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& dealer fee of $299 50 1.000 miles free per.month, 20 'per mile over.AII rebates, deposit& dealer fee of $299.50. 1,000 miles free per month, 20. per mile over. All deposit & dealer fee of $299.50. 1,000 miles free per month, 20 per mile over All
dealer cenves lease loyally included in payment.WA... rebates, dealr incer.,. e ; lea 5e loyalty included i pa nent rebates, dealer incentives & lease loyalty included in payment. C I
On select moels Price excludes tax, tag, title and dealer fees299.50).All rebates customer lolty and dealer Incentives included.Approval based on credit scores. CFL=Chrysler Financial. Chrysr s a register trademark of DalmlerChyser Corporation. Jeep is a regist r trademark of DalmlerCysler Corporation. Expires the olowing Mondayof ad date. See dealerfor details. Photos tor llutration purposes on


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RAM SLT FREESTAR TOWN & COUNTRY TOWN & COUNTRY CAVALIER VENTURE LS AXIOM HHR LS
PW, PL, cruise, tilt, V6.#9334F Great for the family. #9509P Limited, loaded. #9360A Stow & Go, PW, PL. #9555P 2 door coupe, auto, NC. #9578P Loaded. #N6259A Loaded w/options. #N6252A
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PW, PL, cruise, tilt, Ithr. #J60268A PW, PL & plenty of room. #9596P Very low miles. #D60053A CALL FOR Leather, 4x4. #9576P Leather, loaded. #9574P Ext cab, V8, pwr. #9230L 4x4, loaded. #9575P
$18,994' *19,8980 $19,998 JULIE $18,895W 521,995 *$22,488% $24,994"
"72 months @ 7.9% Selling price $11,588. Prices and payments exclude tax, tag, title and dealer fee (299.50) and includes all factory incentives, rebates and customer loyalty. Dealer incentives subject to change. See Dealer for Details. Photos for illustration purposes only.


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neglect. This position night shift. Prior tested. Starting rate is
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face-to-face contact housekeeping a plus. after 60-day
with victims, parents Maintenance Introductory period.
or guardians to assess position with 5 to 6 Complete benefits
the risk to our clients. years industrial package: medical/
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\visit families in their maintenance tuition reimbursement AUCTION
home, at school and background. Must profit sharing, paid *THURS. May 11 *
attending court have minimum 5 vacation & morel .4000 S. Fla. Ave.
hearings. years experience in Apply inr person, M-F. Hwy. 41-S, Inverness
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qualified candidates. Metal Industries, 400 FT PRESS 20x32 now $4,100.0
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Subdivided into 28
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1-800-4FURROW,
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SUMMER COUNTY (FL) TimEs. THURSDAY. MAY 11. 2006 PAGE., 71;


















PUBLIC NOTICE OF

Notice is hereby givi
Realstered Owner:
Klsten D. Hirsch
1115 S.W. 66th Place
Bushnell, FL 33513
and lien holder:
Judy's Cars
1038 C.R. 48
Bushnell, FL 33513
and all other part
on June 2, 2006,
AM, a public sale
statute 713.78 will (
ducted at Lynch
clers, Inc., 1616 W
Bushnell, FL 33513 of
1996 CHEVROLET
2G1WL52M9T910:
For: Recovery of
and storage ac
Seller reserves the
refuse any bid les
the amount repre
such towing, s
publication and an
costs addendum
conduct of sale. Si
serves the right to bin
/s/ Lois R. Lynch, Pre;

Published one (1)
the Sumter County
May 11,2006.
690-0511SCT
5/22/06 Sale
PUBLIC NOTIC

Notice of PublicS
Notice is hereby
that the following
Described vehicle
sold per Florida St
Section 713.78 for
& Storage Charges @
Interstate Long Tow
W. Highway 48 Bi
Florida 33513 (
County) (352) 303-02
SALE DATE AND TIME
MAY 22, 2006 AT 8:00
1994 Ford Ranger (#i
VIN# 1FTCR14XIRPB1
1991 Buick
(#134304)
V 4 I N'
2G4WB54T9M 141937
Interstate Long Tow
Reserves the right to

Published one (1)
the Sumter County
May 11,2006.
691-0511 SCT
Sumter County Schi
Closed Session 5/1
PUBLIC NOTICE
The Sumter County
Board will meet in
session for the purp
considering studei
pulsions on Tu
5/16/06, at 3:00 p
the Sumter County
Board Meeting Ro
2680 WC 476, Bushne

Published one (1)
the Sumter County
May 11,2006.

692-0511 SCT
Sumter County Schi
Regular Session 5/
PUBLIC NOTIC

The Sumter County
Board will meet In
session on Tuesday
16, 2006, at 6:00 I
the Sumter County
Board meeting roc
2680 WC 476, Bushne
Published, one (1)t
the Sumter County
May 11,2006.
693-0511 SCT
PUBLIC NOTICE OF


TRACV SHADENE MAI
L- i JL ';'+ -

an' li6r, rili. N01
and all other part
on June 2, 2006,
AM, a public sale
,statute 713.78 will b
ducted at Lynch
clers, Inc., 1616 W
Bushnell, FL 33513 of
1993 PONTIAC '
1G2NE54NSPC713
For: Recovery of
and storage 'ac
'Seller reserves the
refuse any bid les
,the amount repre
;such towing, st
S-'publication and an
costs addendum,
conduct of sale. Se
serves the right to bin
/s/ Lois R. Lynch, Pres

Published one (1)
the Sumter County
May 11, 2006.
694-0511 SCT
PUBLIC NOTICE OF
Notice is hereby give
Reaistered Owner:
TIki Albriton or Chai
der
7216 N.W. 167th Piac
Trenton. FL 32693
and lien holder: Non
and all other part
on May 22, 2006,
AM, a public sale
statute 713.78 will b
ducted at Lynch
- clers, Inc., 1616 VW
Bushnell, FL 33513 of
1987 DODGE V
1B3BG56P2HX784
For: Recovery of
and storage ac
Seller reserves the.1
refuse' any bid les
the amount repre
such towing, s
publication and .an
costs addendum
conduct of sale. Si
serves the right to bid
/s/ Lois R. Lynch, Pre:

Published one (1)
the Sumter County
May 11,2006.

695-0511 SCT
PUBLIC NOTICE OF

Notice is hereby givi
Registered Owner:,
Stafford Montenegro
12836 S.W. 35th Ave.
Ocala, FL 34473
and ljen holder: Nor
and all other part
on May 29, 2006,
AM. a public sale
statute 713.78 will t
ducted at Lynch
clers. Inc., 1616 W
Bushnell, FL 33513 of
1990 CADILLAC
1G6CD5338L4226
ForE: Recovery of
and storage aO
Seller reserves the
refuse any bid le:
the amount repre
such towing, s
publication and an
costs addendum
conduct of sale. S
serves the right to bi
/s/ Lois R. Lynch, Pre
Published one (1)
. the Sumter County
May 11,2006.

697-0511 SC


Sumter County Sch
ESE THERAPY SERVE
PUBLIC NOTIC
The Sumter County
Board Exceptiona
dent Education &
Departments are
tlng bids for Phy
Occupational
services for the 20
school year. A bid
for PT & OT service
be obtained by
Deborah Story
352-793-2315, ext.
2680 WC 476, Busht
33513. Bid opening
at the dbove add
Friday, May 26, 2
- 2;00 p.m

Published one (1).
the Sumter County
May 11,2006,


U-J-
T 600-0518 SCT
FSALE Notice to Creditors
(Summary Administration)
en to: Estate of
Gwendolyn McCook
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SUMTER COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File N6.: 2006-CP-000052
IN RE; ESTATE OF GWEN-
ies that DOLYN MCCOOK,
at 9:00 Deceased.
under NOTICE TO CREDITORS
be con- (Summary Administration)
Recy- TO ALL PERSONS HAVING'
V.C. 48, CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
a AGAINST THE ABOVE ES-
VIN# TATE:
7467 You are hereby notified
towing that an Order of Summary
accrued. Administration has been
right to entered In the estate of
ss than Gwendolyn McCook, de-
9senting ceased, File Number
torage, 2006-CP-000052, by the
y other Circuit Court for Sumter
to the County, Florida, Probate
eller re- Division, the address of
d. which Is 209 N. Florida
sident Street, Bushnell, Florida
33513; that the dece-
time in dent's date of death was
Times, November 27, 2005; that
the total value of the es-
tate is exempt home-
stead and real property
and that the names and
E addresses of those .to
whom It has been as-
Sale signed by such order are:
given Rodney McCook
2707 Lorraine Drive
will be Leesburg, FL 34748
statutes, Tonya Duboise
Towing 306 S. Pine Street
@ Bushnell, FL 33513
w 1490 Dexter Brooks
ushnell, 106 S. Pine Street
(Sumter Bushnell, FL 33513
288 ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
: ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
0 AM All creditors of the estate
3230) of the decedent and per-
5338 sons having claims or de-
Regal mands against 'the estate
of the decedent other
# than those for whom pro-
7 vision for full payment was
made in the Order of
bid Summary Administration
must file their claims with
time In this court WITHIN THE TIME
Times, PERIODS SET FORTH IN
SECTION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DE-
ool Bd. MANDS NOT SO FILED WILL
16/06 BE FOREVER BARRED.
E NOTWITHSTANDING ANY
School OTHER APPLICABLE TIME
closed PERIOD, ANY CLAIM FILED
pose of TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
nt ex- AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
tuesday, DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. -
i.m., In The date of first publ[ca-
School 'flon of this Notice Is May
am on 11,2006.
ell, FL, Person Giving Notice
/s/ Rodney McCook
time in 2707 Lorraine Drive
Times, Leesburg, FL 34748
... Attorney for Person Giving
SNotice:
/s/ MIchelle T. Morley
ool Bd Attorney for Petitioner
16/06 Florida Bar No. 0603333 .
160 132 Bushnell Plaza
E Bu:r,r,-,, 1:
School i:,, I r,, .- ,-, In
regular the Sumter County Times,
pym. in May 11 and 18,2006,
School 671-051.1 SCT
am on Notice to Creditors
ell FL Estate of
time in Herbert J. Crenshaw
Times, PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SUMTER COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
SALE File No. 2006-CP-000098
F E Irl PE ESTATFEOF
,-, r.: HERBERT J CRENSHAW
a k a HERBERT J.
RTIN CRENSHAW. JR
S1:1 ,NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tr, j.rrn;-,i ir o i .:..f the
I ,.ijre : nmIERBERT J.
es that CRENSHAW a/k/a HERBERT
at 9:00 J. CRENSHAW, JR., de-
under ceased, whose date of
:e cc,-, death ,.'ao February 6,
R e c : ,-': i e r r ," *
V.C. JA -"-'- --. ii.: ri per, .
a irh. .:u.t Court for
VIN# Sumter' County, Florida,
3998 Probate Division, the ad-
towing dress of which is 225 E.
accrued. McCollum Avenue, Bush-
right to nell, Florida 33513. The
ss than names and addresses of
senting the personal representa-
torage, tive and the personal rep-
y other resentative's attorney are
to the set forth below,,
eller re- ii *:r,ii.-:.: .-f ihe dece-
d. 3 ,T1 r.. .: irI.er persons
sident having claims or de-
mands against dece-
time in -ir., A:1 r- on whom, a'
Times, ::F, .:.r1 "r., notice has
been served, must file
their claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
SALE THREE MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
ento: CATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE
rise Wll- TIME OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
:e THEM.
All other creditors of the
ne decedent and persons
es that having claims .or de-
at 9:00 mands against the dece-
under dent's estate .must file
be con- their claims with this Court
Recy- WITHIN THREE MONTHS AF-
.C. 48, TER THE E OF THE FIRST
a PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
'IN# TICE.
4126 ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS
towing AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
accrued, FILED WILL BE FOREVER,
right to BARRED.
ss than NOTWITHSTANDING THE
sending TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
torage, ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
y other TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
to the AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
eller re- DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
d. The date of first publlca-
sident tlon of this Notice is May
4, 2006.
time in Personal Representa-
STimes, five:
ANNE L. CRENSHAW
Post Office Box 537
Coleman, Florida
SSALE Attorney for Personal
Representative:
snto; ERIC C. MILLHORN, Attor-
ney
Florida Bar No. 0806501
Rd, THE MILLHORN LAW FIRM
13710 U.S. Highway 441
ne Suite 100
les that Lady Lake, Florida 32159
at 9:00 Phone No.: (352) 753-9333
under Published two (2) times In
be con- the Sumter County Times,
Recy- May 4 and 11,2006.
/.C. 48, 674-0511 SCT
a Notice to Creditors
VIN# (Summary Administration)
6775 Estate of
towing Clarence Levera Scott
accrued, PUBLIC NOTICE
right to IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
ss than SUMTER COUNTY, FLORIDA
sending PROBATE DIVISION
storage, FILE NO. 2006-CP-000128
y other IN RE: ESTATE OF
to the CLARENCE LEVERA SCOTT
eller re- Deceased.
d. NOTICE TO CREDITORS
sident (Summary Administration)
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING


time In CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
Times, AGAINST THE ABOVE ES-
TATE:
You are hereby notified
T that an Order cf Summary
ool Bd. Administration has been
VICES entered in the Estate of
E CLARENCE LEVERA SCOTT,
deceased, File Number
School 2006-CP-000128, by the
al Stu- Circuit Court for Sumter
Finance County, Florida, Probate
reques- Division, the address of
sical & which Is 209 North Florida
Therapy Street, Bushnell, Florida
106-2007 33513; that the dece-
packet dent's date of death was
es may February 7, 2006; that the
calling total value of the estate Is
at $37,110.62; and that the
259 or names and addresses of
nell, FL, whom It has been as-
will be signed by such Order are;
ress on, JACQUELINE S. SCOTT and
2006 at CRAIG L. SCOTT as SUC-
CESSOR CO-TRUSTEES OF
THE SCOTT LIVING TRUST
time in dated April 24, 1996
y Times, 9355 Lamoreaux Road
Fowlerville, Michigan


a W,
48831
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT:'
All creditors of the estate
of the decedent and per-
sons having-claims or de-
mands against the estate
of the decedent other
than those for whom pro-
vision for full payment was
made in the Order of
Summary Administration
must file their claims with
this Court WITHIN THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH. IN
SECTION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE,
ALL CLAIMS AND DE-
MANDS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING ANY
OTHER APPLICABLE TIME
PERIOD, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first pub-
lication of this Notice is
May 4, 2006.
Person Giving Notice:
/s/ JACQUELINE SCOTT
Co-Personal Representa-,
tive
9355 Lamoreaux Road
SFowlerville, Michigan
48831
S CRAIG L. SCOTT
Co-Personal Representa-
tive
E .,n'. [ ,'1 .J'- I 1
Attorney for Petitioner:
/s/ Mary P. Hatcher, Esq.
Florida Bar No. 792926
MARY HATCHER, P.A.
222 South Florida Street
Bushnell, Florida 33513
(352) 793-5600
Published two (2) times In
the Sumter County Times,
May 4 and,11,2006.
675-0511 SCI
': r. I: ',- -.O ,.
t i31 :.r
Alma Louise Ryan
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SUMTER COUNTY
CASE NO. 2006-CP-000120
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ALMA LOUISE RYAN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of .ALMA LOUISE
RYAN, deceased, File
Number 2006-CP-000120,
Is pending in the Circuit,
Court for Sumter County,
Florida, Probate .Division,
the address of which Is
209 N. Florida Street, Bush-
nell, Florlda. The names
and addresses of the per-
sonal representative and
the personal representa-
tive's attorney are set
forth below.
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or de-
mands against dece-
dent's estate, Including
unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, on
whom a copy 'of this no-
tice Is served must file
their claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
,All other creditors of the
decedent and persons
having claims or de-
mands against the dece-
dent's estate, including
unmatured, contingent or
unlilquldated claims, must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED,
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DAIE OF DEAIH IS BARRED
-r, ia ..re .:r ire 't,0 a.t .
lic r .:..-, -: irA : ii.: I.

may 4, 2006-
Personal Representative;
ROSALIE
HAMBRICK-CARROLL
3051 Amicus Rd.
Standardsville,,VA 22973
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
RANDALL N. THORNTON
Florida Bar No. 176505
P. 0. Box 58
Lake Panasoffkee, Florida
33538
(352) 793-4040
Published two (2) times in
the Sumter. County Times,
May 4 and.11, 2006.
676-0511 SCT
Notice to Creditors
(Summary Administration)
Estate of
Edward P. Koch
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SUMMER COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 2006-CP-000088
IN RE: ESTATE OF
EDWARD P. KOCH
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Summary Administration)
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
,AGAINST THE ABOVE ES-
TATE:
You are hereby notified
that an Order of Summary
Administration has been
entered In the Estate of
EDWARD P. KOCH, de-
ceased, File Number
2006-CP-000088, .by the
Circuit Court fdr Sumter
County, Florida, Probate
Division. the address of
which Is 209 North Florida
Street, Bushnell, Florida
33513; that the dece-
dent's date of death was
October 21. 2005; that
the total value of the es-
tate is $51,000.00; and
that the names and ad-
dresses of whom It' has
been assigned by such
Order dre:
MichIgan State University,.
Department of Horticul-
lure, Plant & Soil Sciences
4700 S. Hagadom St.,
Suite 220
East Lansing, MI 48823
Michigan Masonic Lodge
(Masonic Pathways)
1200 Wright Avenue
Alma, Ii 48801
Leonard Koch
7205 North Center Road
Mt. Morris, Ml 48458
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
.-ii :,i3ii,:, :,.i the estate
of ir.- .3.;-3 ,'.I and per-
sons having .claims or de-
-.3r, .3: against the estate
:.i r...s decedent other
than those for whom pro-
vision for full payment was
made In the Order of
Summary Admlnistration
must file their claims with
this Court WITHIN THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH IN


SECTION 733,702 OF THE
n ii,- r. -. iiT ': .-, .i._
ALL CLAIMS AND DE,
MANDS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING ANY
OTHER APPLICABLE TIME
PERIOD, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first pub-
lilcation of this Notice Is
May 4, 2006,
Person Giving Notice:
/s/ DALE L. KEITH
11192 West Dodge Road
Montrose, Michigan 48457
Attorney for Person Giving'
Notice:
/s/ Merldeth C. Nagel,
Esq. .
Florida BafNo. 0113141
Merldelh C. Nagel, P.A.
953 10th Street
Clermont, Florida 34711
Telephone: (352) 394-7408
Published two (2) times In
the Sumter County Times,
May 4 and 11,2006.


683-0511 SCT
Notice to Creditors
Estate of
Frances Carolyn Robinson
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR SUMTER COUN-
TY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 2006-CP-000126
IN RE: ESTATE OF
FRANCES CAROLYN ROB-
INSON,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of FRANCES
CAROLYN ROBINSON, de-
ceased, whose date of
death was February 23,
2006, File Number
2006-CP-000126, is pend-
ing in the Circuit Court for
Sumter County, Florida,
Probate Division, the ad-
dress of which is 298 North
Florida St., Bushnell, Florida
33513. The names and
addresses of the personal
representative and the
personal representative's
attorney are set forth be-
low.
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or de-
mands against dece-
dent's estate, on whom a
copy of this notice has
been served, must file
their claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE '(3) MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and persons
having claims or de-
mands against the dece-
dent's estate must file
their claims with this Court
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE-
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
ir- .3 1-. .:.l H l I p'c.: 3'
F is rrf., U. 31

Cnoilofte Floyd
16475 NE 32nd Ave.
North Miami Beach, FL
33160
.- .: .r io, r:, F-,. -,5 1
Daniel E. Jonas, Esq.
Law Offices of Jonas &
Silberman, P.A.
300-71 Street, Suite #630
Miami Beach, Florida
33141
Tel: (305) 866-7621
Florida Bar No.: 309850
Published two (2) times In
the Sumter County Times,
May 4 and 11,2006.




684-0511 SCT
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
PUBLIC NOTICE

TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ESTATE: ,

YOU are hereby notified
that a. Petition for Probate
of the Estate of Kenneth
Dale Grizzle, deceased,
has been filed. File No.
2006-CP-000107, In the
Circuit Court for Sumter
County, Florida, Probate
,Division, the address of
which is 209 N, Florida
Street, Bushnell, Florida
33513,
All Interested persons are
required to file with this
Court all claims and de-
mands WITHIN THE LATER
OF THREE MONTHS OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF'(ER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DE-
MANDS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Ir.- 3.31- :r irr. :.. I ]


Person Giving Notice:
/s/ Leslie Jo Grizzle
7230 4th St. N, #306
,St. Petersburg, FL 33702.
Attorney for Person Giving
Notice:
/s/ Felix M. Adams
Florida Bar No. 358282
I :'1 ej.r,,i.i Plaza Suite

Bushnell, Florida 33513
(352) 793-6900
Published -two (2) times in
the Sumter County Times,
May 4 and 11,2006.




688-0518 SCT
Notice to Creditors
Estate of
Frank F. Ferry
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SUMTER COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 2006-CP-000122
IN RE: ESTATE OF
FRANK F. FERRY,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The'admlhlstration of the
estate of FRANK F. FERRY,
deceased, whose date of
death was February 24,
2006, File Number
2006-CP-000122, Is pend-
ing In the Circuit Court for
Sumter County, Florida,
Probate Division, the ad-
dress of which is 209 N,
Florida St., Bushnell, Florida
33513. The estate is tes-
tate, The names and ad-
dresses of .the personal
representative and the
personal representative's
attorney are set forth be-
low,
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or de-
mands against dece-
dent's estate, including
unmatured, contingent or
unliquldated claims, on
whom a copy of this no-
tice is served, must file
their claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent .and persons
having claims or de-


mands against the dece-
dent's estate including
. unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated' claims, must
file their claims with this
Court WITHIN 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
The date of the first pub-
lication of this Notice is
May 11,2006.
Personal Representative:
/s/ DANIEL C. FERRY
402 Cranewood Drive
Trenton, Ohio 45063
Attorney for Personal
Representative: .
/S/ NORMAN C. CUM-
MINS, ESQUIRE
Florida Bar No,: 126752
Cummins & Nallos, P.A.
P.O. Box 491656
Leesburg, FL 34749-1656
Telephone: (352) 787-5411
Published two (2) times In
the Sumter County Times,
May 11 and 18, 2006.


602-0518 SCT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION

BURNS SELF STORAGE hereby gives notice that the en-
tire contents of Unit No. 154 of Burns Self Storage, a
self-storage facility, located at 1514 Hwy. 48, Bushnell,
Sumter County, FL, will be sold at PUBLIC AUCTION.
Date of Sal. : 5/25/2006 Time of Sale: 11:00 A.M.
Name of Tenant: DARYL DORMAN
Address: 18051 U.S. HWY. 301, DADE CITY, FL 33523
Unit No.: 154
Desc. of Property: Misc. Household Goods
This Notice is given pursuant to Section 83.806, FL Stat-
utes, to satisfy the Self-service Facility Owner's lien of
the contents thereof.
Published two (2) times In the Sumter County Times,
May 11 and 18,2006.



603-0518 SCT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION

BURNS SELF STORAGE hereby gives notice that the en-
tire contents of Unit No. A-6 of Burns Self Storage, a
self-storage facility, located at 5796 C.R. 313, Bushnell,
Sumter County. FL, will be sold at PUBLIC AUCTION,
Date o Sale: 5/25/2006 TlmeofSale: 11:15A.M.
Name of Tenant: SHERRIE THOMPSON
Address: P.O. BOX 214, ISTACHATTA, FL 34636
Unit No.: A-56
Desc. of Propertyd: Misc. Household Goods
This Notice is given, pursuant to Section 83.806, FL Stat-
utes, to satisfy the Self-service Facility Owner's lien of
the contents thereof.
Published two (2) times In the Sumter County Times,
May 11 and 18,2006,



604-0518 SCT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION

BURNS SELF STORAGE hereby gives notice that the en-
tire contents of Unit No. B-14 of Burns Self Storage, a
self-storage facility, located at 9511 C.R. 733. Webster,
Sumter County, FL, will be sold at PUBLIC AUCTION,
Date o Sale: 5/25/2006 Time o SaleG: 1.1:30 A.M.
Name of Tenant: RONNIE SALLIE
Address: 409 S. LINCOLN ST., BUSHNELL, FL 33513
UnitNo.: B-14
Desc. of Propertv: Misc. Household Goods
This Notice Is given pursuant to Section' 83.806, FL Stat-
utes, to satisfy the Self-service Facility Owner's lien of
the contents thereof.
Published two (2) times In the Sumter County Times,
May 11 and 18,2006.


605-0511 SCT
SUMTER COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
PUBLIC NOTICE

Pursuant to Florida Statute 274.05, the Sumter County
School Board will be accepting sealed bids for the sale
of a 1979 Dodge truck.
E.3 'i c' received at the Sumter County School
E: 3. :-r -:e located at 2680 WC 476, Busr.',.sii i.:.,1..3
33513. All bids must be plainly marked :e, oi+. i
and be received no later than 2:00 p.m. May 22, 2006.
Bids will be publicly opened in the School Board room.

Interested parties should contact Hannah Foster at
352/793-2315.
/s/ Richard A. Shirley
Superintendent of Schools

Published one (1) time In the Sumter County Times, May
11, 2006.


608-0511 SCT
PUBLIC NOTICE

NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING TO REVIEW
FIRE ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGY REPORT

Notice Is hereby given that the Board of County
Commissioners of Sumter County will be conduct-
ing a workshop at 4:00 p.m. on May 18, 2006, at
209 N. Florida Street, Bushnell, Florida, 2nd Floor of
the Historic Courthouse. Bryant Miller Olive will be
presenting their report on the' fire assessment
methodology program.

Copies of the report are available for Inspection
at the County Clerk's office, located at 209 N.
Florida Street, Bushnell, Florida.

in accordance with the Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, .persons needing special accommoda-
tion or an Interpreter to participate In. this pro-
ceeding should contact the County Administrator
at (352) 79W..n-:ni.i ai 3o.i r .:. days prior to the
date of the -,.o01'.
lf you have any questions, please contact the
County Administrator's office at (352) 793-0200,
Monday through Friday, between 8:30 a.m. and
5:00 p.m.

Published one (1) time in the Sumter County Times,
May 11, 2006.



699-0518 SCT
PUBLIC NOTICE

NOTICE OF CHANGE OF LOCATION OF REGULAR MEET-
ING BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
SUMTER COUNTY,.FLORIDA

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of County
Commissioners of Sumter County has changed the lo-
cation of its regular meeting scheduled for May 23,
2006. The meeting Is scheduled as follows:
May 23, 2006 5:00 p.m.

In the West Central Florida Agricultural Building located
adjacent to the Sumter County Fair Grounds just south
of Bevllle's Corner and just north of Webster, Florida, the
address of which is 7620 SR 471 Bushnell, Fl 33513.
Persons attending meetings of the Board are advised
that if they decide to appeal any decision made by
the Board with respect to any matter considered at
any meeting, he or she may need a verbatim record,
Arrangements for such verbatim record must be made
by that person as a verbatim record Is not provided by
the Board.
Persons needing special assistance gaining access to
the hearing or to be heard at the hearing should con-
tact the Board at 904-793-0200 to make any special ar-
rangements.
The public Is Invited and encouraged. to attend all
meetings of the Board.

By: /s/ Joey Chandler, Chair

Published two (2) times In the Sumter County Times,


:M 609-0511 SCT
PUBLIC NOTICE

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
SUMTER COUNTY, FLORIDA
NOTICE OF HEARING

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the ,Board of County
Commissioners of Sumter County will hold a public
hearing on the date and time set: forth below to de-
cide whether or not to designate a "Slow Speed Mini-
mum Wake" zone on Gant Lake Canal which Is con-
nected to Gant Lake and which Is located In Sections
14 & 15, Township 22, Range 22. The hearing will be
held as follows:
May 16, 2006 5:00 p.m.

in the Lincoln Room, Laurel Manor Recreation Center,
1985 Laurel Manor Drive, The Villages, Florida 32162.
Persons attending meetings of the Board are advised
that if they decide to appeal any decision made by
the Board with respect to any matter considered at
any meeting, he or she may need a verbatim record,
Arrangements for such verbatim record must be made
by that person as a verbatim record Is not provided by
the Board,
Persohrs needing special assistance gaining access to
the hearing or to be heard at the hearing should con-
tact the Board at 352-793-0200 to make any special ar-
rangements.

The public Is Invited and encouraged to attend.
By: /s/ Joey Chandler, Chairman


Published one (1) time in the Sumter County Times, May
11,2006.


689-0518 SCT
PUBLIC NOTICE

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

The City of Bushnell is currently accepting bids for the
following project:

DEBRIS REMOVAL FROM SID'S POND

Notice Is hereby given that Sealed Bids will be accept-
ed by the City of Bushnell Public Works Department un-
til 3:00 p.m. on May 24, 2006 for the above project.

All prospective bidders should contact Mr. Ronnie Pitts.
Public Works Director at (352) 793-3907 for an appoint-
ment to view the project site before preparing bid.

Bids are to be mailed to the attention of:
Mr. Ronnie Pitts, Public Works Director
P.O. Box 115, Bushnell, FL 33513


Or may be hand delivered to:
Bushnell City Hall
219 N. Market St., Bushnell, FL 33513

Bid will not be valid unless presented In sealed enve-
lope marked "SEALED BID" and Identified by name of
bidding firm and name of project.

Bids will be opened on May 24, 2006 at 3:15 p.m.
SCOPE OF WORK:

* The City of Bushnell is requesting the services of a
.u.1,h-1a r,..-r, that will provide for the removal, hauling
3D.-.3 ol: :.,i of sediment, debris and dirt from an exist-
ing retention pond, located on West Noble Avenue.
The retention pond covers approximately 1.6 acres.
* Contractor shall return existing slopes, soil and grass to
its original state by way of filling, dress up, seeding and
mulching if required.

Bid will be awarded by the City of Bushnell City Council
at their June 5th, 2006 Public Meeting-at 6:00 p.m. in
the Bushnell City Council Chambers, 219 N. Market St.

The City of Bushnell reserves the right to waive irregular-
ities in any bid, to reject any or all bids with or without
cause, and/or to accept the bid that, In its judgment,
will be in the best Interest of the City,

Published two (2) times in the Sumter County Times,
May 11 and 18,2006.



607-0511 SCT
PUBLIC NOTICE

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

Notice is hereby given that the County Commis-
sioners of Sumter County, Florida, will be receiving
proposals for the following:

"SUMTER COUNTY REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR
TRANSFER STATION OPERATIONS"

Detailed proposals specifications are available
upon request by calling (352) 793-0200, by coming
to the County Commissioners Office, Room 206,
Second Floor, Courthouse, Bushnell, Florida, or by
contacting Demand Star at:
1-800-711-1712 or www.DemandStar.com.

-II Ir.u.iu.I, and questions regarding this 'RFP must
:.- i-,aie only to the contact Identified below
and shall be made in writing by. -fax, e-mail, or
r ail, v ,

Sandra Howell, Assistant County Administrator .
Mailing Address: 209 N. Florida Street
Bushnell, FL 33513
,E-mall: Sandra.Howell@sumtercountyfl.gov
Fax: (352) 793-0259
Phone: (352) 793-0200

The deadline for submission of questions relating
to the RFP shall be Wednesday, June 7,; 2006.

Proposals must be received by the County no lat-
er than 3:00 p.m., EST, Wednesday, June 21, 2006.
Late submittals will be rejected and returned uno-.
pened to the Proposer. Proposals must be firmly
sealed In packaging that Is clearly marked on the
outside: "Sumter County RFP for Transfer Station
Operations". Sealed Proposals must be mailed or
delivered to Ms. Sandra Howell, Assistant County
Administrator, at the above address.

Upon submission, all Proposals become the prop-
erty of the County, who has the right to use any or
all Ideas presented In any Proposal submitted in
response to this RFP, whether or not the Proposal is
accepted. Proposals will be opened immediately
'following the due date and time.

BOARD OF SUMMER COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
SUMTER COUNTY, FLORIDA

Published one (1) time In the Sumter County Times,
May 11,2006.



610-0511 SCT
PUBLIC NOTICE

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

Notice is hereby given thoi re i.., :r.r,, ::ir,.i..-ir
:i ., -eri :.:,.nty, Florida ...II e ce.r.- 3 I '.l ..:.' 31:

"NEW ANIMALC:.i linf:'L ;f l.iEr
Bushnell, FL 33513

Proposals specifications are available upon request by
calling (352) 793-0200, by coming to the County Com-
missioners Office. Room 206, Second Floor, Courthouse,
Bushnell, Florida, or by contacting Demand Star at
1-800-71 T-1712 or www.DemandStar.com,

Sealed proposals marked "NEW ANIMAL CONTROL
SHELTER" will be received until 2:00pm, EST, Tuesday,
June 6, 2006. Such proposals must be typed on stand-
ard (8 2" x 11I") paper. A,table of contents, with corre-
sponding tabs, must be Included as well, to identify
each section. Proposal submissions must meet the re-
quirements of and conform to the "Proposal Submission
Format and Requirements" as stated in Section III of this
RFP. Evaluation of these proposals will be performed
by the Owner's selection committee. Proposals shall be
submitted to:
Attn: Tina Chavez
Sumter County Board of Commissioners
209 North Florida Street
Bushnell, FL 33513

No proposals will be accepted after the time set for re-
ceipt of the proposals. Proposals submitted via facsimi-
le, telegraph or mallgram shall be rejected.

TheOwner reserves the right to negotiate adjustments
In any and all elements of what firms submit In their.
proposals.

Questions relating to the RFP must be submitted In writ-
Ing- to: Ms. Tina Chavez fax (352) 793-0207, The
deadline for submission of questions relating to the RFP
shall be Tuesday, June 6, 2006 at 2:00pm EST. All ques-
tions that have been submitted in writing, prior to the
deadline, will be compiled and answered in writing. A.
copy of all questions and answers will be sent to those
firms who have stated their Intent to respond by com-
pleting and faxing tq us the form Included In the RFP


BOARD OF SUMTER COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
SUMTER COUNTY, FLORIDA
Published one (1) time In the Sumter County Times, May
11,2006,


611-0511 SCT
PUBLIC NOTICE

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

Notice Is hereby given that the County Commissioners
of Sumter County, Florida, will be .receiving proposals
for the following:

"OLD WALMART BUILDING RENOVATIONS"
Bushnell, FL 33513

Proposals specifications are available upon request by




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Published two (2) times In
May 11 and 18, 2006.


GLORIA R. HAYWARD
Clerk of the Circuit Court

By: /s/ Susan A. Stollar
DEPUTY CLERK
the Sumter County Times.


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calling (352) 793-0200, by coming to the County Com-
missioners Office, Room 206, Second Floor, Courthouse,
Bushnell, Florida, or by contacting Demand Star at
1-800-711-1712.or www.DemandStar.com.

Sealed proposals marked "OLD WALMART BUILDING
RENOVATIONS" will be received until 2:00pm, EST, Tues-
day, June 6, 2006. Such proposals must be typed on
standard (8 2'" x 11") paper. A table of contents, with
corresponding tabs, must be included as well, to identi-
fy each section. Proposal submissions must meet the re-
quirements of and conform to the "Proposal Submission
Format and Requirements" as stated in Section III of this
RFP. Evaluation of these proposals will be performed
by the Owner's selection committee. Proposals shall be
submitted to:
Attn: Tina Chavez
Sumter County Board of Commissioners
209 North Florida Street
Bushnell, FL 33513

No proposals will be accepted after the time set for re-
ceipt of the proposals. Proposals submitted via facsimi-
le, telegraph or mallgram shall be rejected.

The Owner reserves the right to negotiate adjustments
in any and all elements of what firms submit in their
proposals.

Questions relating to the RFP must be submitted in writ-
ing- to: Ms. Tina Chavez fax (352) 793-0207. The
deadline for submission of questions relating to the RFP
shall be Tuesday, June 6, 2006 at 2:00pm EST. All ques-
tions that have been submitted In writing, prior to the
deadline, will be compiled and answered in writing. A
copy of all questions and answers will be sent to those
firms who have stated their Intent to respond by com-
pleting and faxing to us the form included In the RFP
packet.

BOARD OF SUMTER COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
SUMTER COUNTY, FLORIDA

Published one (1) time In the Sumter County Times, May
11,2006.


696-0518 SCT
S: PUBLIC NOTICE

CITY OF WILDWOOD
ADVERIiSEMENT FOR BIDS

Sealed bids for furnIshing all labor, materials and equip-
ment necessary for constructing the Wildwood Waste-
water Treatment Plant E o-.a'I-,, I :. i.r,- '-ir, :.I Wild-
*. I 1- : Is l .:,lr, .1.31 :. ir I .' .l-.I ,...,:.- .:.i r : i 4785,
,jrii Thursaay. June 8. 2006 until 4:00-PM ,on vhich
r !), Ei ..Ii ce r.. J.' .' "'3 r 'joil.:i,' .l3. o i.3 l. i nd h
it..- '. .ir t,, :. :i. : I.- DIT.L. 1 *.- lt, H1-.i11 L-i s re-
.:l i 3 3n-r 1r,. .3,:.. ilme and date will be returned
unopened.

The work consists of an equalization basin with aeration
system, a new oxidation ditch, a new clarifier; convert
the existing sand filters to chlorine contact basin; two
(2) new disc filter units; a new rotary drum thickener; ef-
fluent holding pond expansion; a manual bar screen In
the existing pretreatment screening structure; an aera-
tion system In the existing inner ring of the digester;
convert the i r.,a chlorine gas system to sodium
hypo chlorite 'i.3ao chlorine) system; and demolition
of existing screening structure, grit removal and anoxic
tanks (currently not in use).
The work Includes all associated site work; yard piping,
pumping, metering, electrical and instrumentation
necessary to complete the facility. The work is to be
constructed In accordance with those plans and spec-
itications, which are available for Inspection during nor-
mal business hours (8 A.M. to 4 P.M.) at the Wastewater
Treatment plant Office, 1290 Industrial Drive, Wildwood,
Florida, 34785 and at City Clerks Office, City Hall. 100
North Main Street, Wildwood, Florida, 34785.

A copy of the Drawings and Project Manual may be
obtained for a non-refundable fee of $132 from
Barnes, Ferland and Associates, Inc., 3655 Maguire
Blvd., Suite 150, Orlando, Florida. 32803, 407-896-8608.
Plans and drawing may also be viewed at the City of
Wildwood Wastewater Department Office.
A Pre-bid conference to discuss the requirements of
the contract will be held on Thursday, May 25, 2006 at
9:00 A.M. In the City Commission Chamber located at
City Hall.. 100 North Main Street. Wildwood. Florida
IJ- ? II ll be manaalorv Inat all rosDective aidders
aflend
Lit t 3i r.. C T pi inr, r-..x).a.J x 3 1-,. -. Is or
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ir nor.i I.: |.-'' -, .:r' 311 Di :. i .:. ..o31 .:., 3 .:r.r.i.
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S',. .. r. '-c.icobs
City Clerk

Published two (2) times in the Sumter County Times,
May 11 and 18, 2006.


698-0518 SCT
Notice of Action
James R. Arcadi vs. Sandra H. Prince
PUBLIC NOTICE

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SUMTER COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 2006-CA-000651

JAMES R. ARCADI,
Plaintiff

vs

SANDRA H. PRINCE,
Defendant
NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: SANDRA H. PRINCE, a single woman
11507 Moffat Place
Temple Terrace, FL 33617

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to foreclose a mort-
gage on the following property In Sumter County, Flori-
dao:

Tax Parcel #E23-026
Commence at the SE corner of the NW 1/4 of NW 1/4 of
Section 23, Township 19 South, Range 21 East, run
thence East to public road, thence North 0*58' East
30.05 feet along said road to POB thence continue
along said road 50.08 feet; thence West 599.34 feet to
the River Wllhlacoochee to East bank thereof, thence
Southerly along meander of said river 50 feet to a point
thatIs,551.74 feet West of POB. thence East 551.74 feet
to POB.
.o a;r. .r, filed against you 0.r-.'a ,.:u 3 "e i'ji',3 to
serve a copy of your written I,-, -: if aI', .: it on
RANDALL N. THORNTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW for plaintiffs,
whose address is Post Office Box 58, Lake Panasoffkee,
Florida 33538, on or before June 12, 2006, and file the
original with the clerk of court.either before service on
plaintiffs' attorney or Immediately thereafter otherwise
a default will be entered against you for the relief de-
manded In the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this court on May 2,
2006.




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