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Title: Levy County journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: R.B. Child
Place of Publication: Bronson Fla
Creation Date: February 24, 2005
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began May 1, 1928.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 17 (Aug. 1, 1929).
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Cedar Key Plane
Crash
Page 2
Creekside Holds
1st Homecoming
Page 3


Tides
Classifieds
Legals 6
Obituaries
Church News
Livestock Report


Man Shot

While

Resisting

Arrest
By Cindy Jo Ayers
A 44-year-old Bronson
area man was fatally shot last
Thursday evening, February
17t at 6:50 p.m.
Matthew Lee Arthur was
shot after he pulled a gun on
two Levy Counts deputies.
The deputies had stopped
Arthur after following him
for several blocks through a
subdivision in the general
area of the county landfill
south of Bronson. Arthur was
stopped because he had ear-
lier broken a temporary in-
junction for protection
against domestic violence.
After a struggle in which
the officers tried to handcuff
Arthur, they tazed him un-
successfully because his
clothing was too thick, then
maced him twice. Arthur
managed to free himself and
run to his truck from which
he pulled out a gun. At that
point one of the deputies shot
him. An ambulance was
called to the scene at NE
104th Court and NE 72""
Street. Arthur was pro-
nounced dead by the Levy
County EMS.
The Sheriff's Department
immediately called in the
Florida Department of Law
Enforcement 'to investigate
the incident. The two depu-
ties involved were put on
paid administrative leave un-
til FDLE completes their in-
vestigation.
Levy County Sheriffs De-
partment Captain Chuck
Bastak said on Monday, "We
expect the investigation to be
complete in the next couple
of days." Captain Bastak
went on to say that every-
thing so far developed by
FDLE shows that the depu-
ties took appropriate action.
He went on to say that once
the investigation is complete,
the results will be turned
over to the State Attorney's
office. At that time a decision
will be made if the incident
will be reviewed by the
Grand Jury or not.
Arthur's widow, Susan
Arthur, a native of New
York, and her husband lived
in the Carolinas until they
moved to Florida in 1998.
They first lived in
Gainesville, then moved to
the Bronson area. Arthur
was a native of Sumter,
South Carolina.


Showmanship Clinic



Held For Livestock



Fair Exhibitors


Pigs owned by Blayne Brookins of Farm Friends 4-H Club and Chase Brookins of Chiefland
Sr. FFA Chapter were used to present the live demonstration for swine s-howmanhhip at


Saturday's Showmanship Cli:

By Portia Sache

Approximately one hun-
dred 4-H and FFA members
from Levy, Gilchrist and
Dixie counties attended a
Showmanship Clinic spon-
sored by Chiefland Hard-
ware and Farm Supply on
,Saturday, February 19th, held
at the Chiefland Farm Sup-
ply location, which is 215
East Rodgers Boulevard in
Chiefland. The 4-H and FFA


members in attendance are
preparing pigs, steers and
heifers for exhibition at the
53rd annualSuwannee River
Fair and Livestock Sho\w
to be held March 5th and
.March 10th through 17th at
the Suwannee River Fair-
grounds in Fanning Springs.
Chiefland Farm Supply also
provided a hot dog lunch
for those participating in the
clinic.
Matt Warren of Chief-


land presented a swine
showmanship program fol-
lowed by the steer and heifer
showmanship program.
This is the first time the
Suwannee River Fair will
feature a heifer show for the
youthful participants.
Warren stated that show-
manship is about showing an,
animal to the best of its abil-
ity. Showmanship includes
grooming of the animal and
the exhibitor. He advised


Matt Warren demonstrates how to show a steer or heifer to the judge.


Jail

Operations

May Be

Costly
By Cindy Jo Ayers
Sheriff Johnny Smith ap-
peared before the county


commission on Tuesday
morning to give them an up-
date on the completion of the
new jail pod and some ex-
pected operations costs.
Sheriff Smith and two offi-
cials from Peter Brown and
Associates, the builders of
the jail, said they believe it
will be complete by the end
of March. Sheriff Smith told
commissioners he believes it
will cost $363,000 a year to


run the new facility. '
The sheriff requested
funding for five new correc-
tional officers at a yearly cost
of $120,000 and two addi-
tional transportation officers
at $48,000. This does not.in-
clude payroll taxes, retire-
ment or health insurance
which will be an additional
$78,000. The utilities for the
new facility are estimated to
cost some $55,000. The food


young exhibitors that the
first objective in showman-
ship is to keep one eye on
the animal and one eye on
the judge at all times while
in the show ring.
S Warren was coach for
the Universit3 of Florida
Livestock Judging team in
1999-2000. He is a statewide
livestock and showman-
ship judge and is actively
in. olved in youth activities.
He and his wife Julie own
Flat,'Js Angus Falit.
He also works for the E.T.
Usher Farm of Chiefland.
Store representative
Julie Grant of Chiefland
Hardware and Farm Supply
stated that the showmanship
clinic was the first one they
have sponsored for the fair
exhibitors. She was pleased
with the overall success of
the clinic.
Hundreds of students
from throughout Levy; Di-
xie and Gilchrist counties
participate in the Suwannee
River Fair each year. Hun-
dreds of buyers turn out to
support the youth of the
Tri-County area on sale day,
which will be Wednesday,
March 16th, beginning at
9:00 a.m.
Fair participants bene-
fited greatly from this show-
manship clinic and appreci-
ate the support of Chiefland
Farm Supply.


On Wednesday, February
16th at its .regular board
meeting. board members and
guests honored Lannie Car-
dona, Executive Director of
Pure, Water Wilderness, the
Dixie-Gilchrist-Levy Tour-
ism Development Board, as
he is set to retire at the end of
February.
Mr. Cardona is a retired
Army Ranger and holds an
1MBA degree and is a Certi-
fied Public Accountant.
Along with Fanning Springs
Mayor Carol McQueen and
others, he was instrumental
in forming the tourism de-
velopment board in 2000.
They had the vision that this


area is Florida's "diamond in
the rough," and that natuirL-
based and heritage tourism
wvas going to be \ital to eco-
nomic development in the
previously economically-
depressed Suwannee River
Valley. Over the last four
years since the organization's
inception, this concept has
proven to be true.
Mr. Cardona is also the
Executive Director of the
Nature Coast Business De-
\elopment Council and the
Levy County Tourism De-
velopment Council and is re-
tiring from all three posi-
tions. It has been decided to
Continued to page two


State FFA officers attend.the District contest in Mayo last
month. Left to right are Hunter Fugate, Area II Vice
President, and Tori Lyons, Secretary.


Salute To Hunter Fugate

During National FFA

Week


service is estimated to in-
crease by approximately
$55,000 and cleaning sup-
plies will be approximately
$12,000.
This $363,000 is not in-
cluded in the current fiscal
year's budget. The sheriff
requested that these expen-
ditures he pro-rated for the
remaining months of the cur-
rent fiscal year at the rate of
Contliutcd to page two


By Portia Sache
February 19-26, 2005 is
National FFA Week. The
National FFA Organization
is a legacy of leadership with
a motto of "Learn, Lead,
Succeed." During National
FFA Week. the national or-
ganization emphasizes that
"by expanding the traditional
view of agriculture to include
science, business and tech-
nology, FFA has become a


national icon in promoting
the diversity of the agricul-
tural industry."
The 2004-'05 slate of offi-
cers for the Florida FFA Or-
ganization adopted the slo-
gan of "Florida FFA: No
Limits" to guide them during
their term of office. Hunter:
Fugate of Williston is Area II
Vice President. Since June
Continued to page two


Lannie Cardona pictured with Carol McQueen the
Mayor of Fanning Springs.


Pure Water Wilderness

Executive Director Lannie

Cardona Retires
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Levy Sand
By Cindy Jo Ayers
This week is National FFA
Week, which works out
pretty good because this time
of year everything turns blue
and gold anyway. We will be
seeing a great deal of blue,
gold and green as'in 4-H and
FFA jackets due to the up-
coming Suwannee River
Fair.
I just have to say that FFA
is a wonderful organization
which build students self es-
teem and teaches great pub-
lic speaking skills. You only
have to attend one FFA ban-
quet to be amazed at how
these young people run the
complicated parts of their
yearly banquet. They will
truly be the leaders of tomor-
row, The leadership skill
taught by FFA will follow
them for a lifetime. If you
have a student I would rec-
ommend that you encourage
them to become a member of
the FFA chapter in their
school. I know of no other
organization in school, which
has so much to offer a stu-
dent.
In honor of National FFA
week I found the following
poem which I thought fit
since FFA is all about agri-
culture education.

Farmers
Farmers come in all sizes
with the keenest eye, the
largest heart and the strong-
est back.
Farmer's eyes see the
crack of dawn and the first
stars that come out at night.
He sees in his mind's eye the
harvesting before the plant-
,ing even begins. He sees rain
before a cloud appears.
His eyes are everywhere,
yet they hold the largest,
smile that covers many acres
yet remain where they began.
A farmer's heart shows
kindness to all creatures, un-
:derstanding. compassion,
Aolterance and has the patients
'of a saint.
A farmer's back carries
many burdens.
SHe fees America-He is a
farmer.

Carrot Salad
4 cups shredded carrots
1/2 cup raisins
,'1 cup crushed pineapple
(drained)
1/4 cup sugar
S2 tbsp. frozen orange juice
1/2 cup mayonnaise
Mix all of the above except
the mayonnaise.. Stir this in
just before serving. If de-
sired, add more mayonnaise,
depending on liquid from
juices. If it seems too moist,
drain off some before adding
mayonnaise.


Miss Honey
Says........

Good morning! Here I sit,
my pen in hand, just as
dumb as any man (woman).
I can't write, can't think
and my mind is on the
blink! Mind, what mind?
Ha! Miss Honey has a
mind?
Sweet Pea and Tiny are
eating my breakfast dough-
nuts! Oh well, if they eat my
doughnuts. I won't get. fat-
ter. I do love my little dogs
and they are a lot of com-
pany.
I went to church and
Sunday School yesterday
and came home. We had
fried chicken and biscuits
from Church's. Yes, Tiny
and Sweet Pea had dinner
with me. We three enjoyed
chicken together and
doughnuts for dessert;
Did you say doughnuts
will make us fat? Well there
will be more of us to love.
Sweet Pea is sitting on my
shoulder biting on my hand
(so he is helping).
Later...Maybe I can finish
this now, as Sweet Pea is
taking a nap. He didn't
leave me! But for now he is
still.
I guess I will go pick up
my medicines today. I am
almost out.
Let me say again to my
friend, thanks Barbara, you
are the greatest! You always
make my day brighter and I
promise to keep you al-
ways. Hope Dave is feeling
better and enjoying his pil-
lows.
I had a call from my best-
est friend this past weekend,
"Mean Gene" never!
Friend always. We use each
other as sounding boards,
"just friends," remember.
Bits and Pieces
and This and That.
Imagination is the highest
kite one can fly.
My heart warmer "a little
ball of fluff" Sweet Pea.
Q. What do you call a
pony with a sore throat
A. A little hoarse!!
A friend is someone who
gives you total freedom to
be yourself.
The world always looks
brighter iom behind a
smile!
One special moment can
.last forever in your heart!
Give yourself a second
chance.
Dream big!
Well I guess I will stop
and take this down to the
Journal. Take 'care, be sweet
and smile. Remember God
loves you and I am trying.
Until next week.
Nuff said,
Miss Honey
Show me a thoroughly satis-
fied man, and I will show you a
failure.
-Thomas Edison


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Home Office:
440 South Court Street
P.O. Box 159
Bronson, Florida 32621
(352) 486-2312 Fax (352) 486-5042
Chiefland Branch:
13 South Main Street
P.O. Box 2990
Chiefland, Florida 32644
(352) 490-4462 Fax (352) 490-4490
Email: levycntyjournal@bellsouth.net
The Levy County Journal is published every Thursday by Levy
County Publishing, Inc., P.O. Box 159, Bronson, FL 32621.
Periodicals postage paid at Bronson, Florida (U.S.P.S. 310-780).
Postmaster send address changes to Levy County Journal, P.O.
Box 159, Bronson, FL 32621.
Subscription Rates: Mailed in Levy County and throughout the
U.S. $15.00 per year in the Tri-County area (Levy, Gilchrist,
Dixie), $20.00 in-state, and $25.00 out-of-state.
News & Advertisement Deadline is Monday at 5:00 p.m.
LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL STAFF
Cindy Jo Ayers ............... ........ ............. ... .........Editor
Wilma Jean Asbell ...........................Production Assistant
Stacey Brown .......... ............................Production Assistant
M iriam Blitch .....................................Production Assistant
Robin Heath .................................. .....Production Assistant
Tracie Osteen..................................W illiston Correspondent
Portia Sache ..........................................Reporter at Large


Salute To

Hunter Fugate

During National


FFA Week
Continued from page one
2004, he has had an incredi-
ble journey throughout the
state of Florida and other
places in this country, even
abroad. The FFA officers
have been keeping a journal
of their activities since taking
office last June.
Fugate has attended nu-
merous training sessions and
leadership conferences. He
has attended fairs and exhib-
its. He has made many visits
to FFA chapters, district
contests, and judging events
throughout the state.
In early January, the state
officer team spent two weeks
touring farms and agricul-
ture-related businesses in
Europe. They also had the
opportunity to visit the Eiffel


Tower, the Louvre and the
Notre Dame Cathedral in
France. Other countries vis-
ited were Austria, Luxem-
bourg and Germany.
The FFA Organization of-
fers members the opportunity
for personal growth, leader-
ship and career success
skills. The percentage of ag-
riculture students that go on
to post secondary or techni-
cal schools is about 62 per-
cent higher than for the gen-
eral student population.
FFA members are labeled
the leaders of tomorrow.
Hunter Fugate has completed
about half:of his term as a
state officer. No doubt, he
will be one. of the leaders of
tomorrow!


This small plane crashed into a dock in Cedar Key on Tuesday afternoon.


host Katie Couric in 2000.
"Like a lot of other people
my age, I was reluctant to
schedule the procedure. In
fact, I think my wife made
the appointment and I'm glad
she-did." said Smith. "I
guess I didn't need to wait so
long because the.test is actu-
ally no problem at all."
Today, colon cancer is the
third leading cause of cancer
death in the United States.
Early stages of colon cancer
usually show no symptoms,
Meaning that regular testing
is imperative to catching the
disease before it becomes
deadly. If caught early, co-
lon cancer has a 90 percent
survival rate. Otherwise, that
rate plummets to nine per-
cent.
The American Cancer So-
ciety says, "At least half the
people we lose to colon can-
cer: could have been saved.
It's a cancer that shouldn't be
killing as many people as it
does."
:Smith says he understands
people's ,reluctance to be
ascreoriedted ttri eftsw t0.i4atdhe
idea of'tht screening'Ptakes
people uncomfortable. It's
.also embarrassing, but re-
member that years ago peo-
ple were embarrassed by talk
!of screening for breast cancer
and prostrate cancer. We
learned that early screening
SThe exam itself only takes
about 30 minutes. When you
wake up, there's no pain or
soreness. The preceding
day's preparations, which in-
volved a special liquid diet
and the ingestion of very
strong laxatives to clean out
the entire digestive system,
took the most commitment.
The American Cancer Soci-
ety recommends that both
men and women age 50 and
older get screened on a
regular basis
'The American Cancer So-
ciety is the nationwide com-
munity-based voluntary
health organization dedicated
to eliminating cancer as a
major health problem
through research, education,
advocacy, and service. In
Florida, there are three Hope
Lodges, more than 35
American Cancer Society of-
fices, and approximately
100,000 active volunteers.
For information about can-
cer, call toll-free anytime 1-
800-ACS-2345 or visit the
American Cancer Society
Web site at www.cancer.org.


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Levy County
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If you live in
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New York Man Dies In

Plane Crash At

Number 3 Bridge In

Cedar Key Tuesday


By Cindy Jo Ayers
A pilot from
Poughkeepsie, New York
died in a plane crash on
Jackson Island next to
Number Three Bridge in
Cedar Key around 4:00 on
Tuesday afternoon. The
pilot David B. Gearhart, 50,
may have been disoriented
because of the heavy fog
that blanked the keys
throughout the day on
Tuesday.
. The small plane, which
had taken, off from an
airport in Ocala, crashed
into a dock next to several
houses just missing the
bridge. Mr. Gearhart was
the only one in the plane.


The Ocala airport reported
that Gearhart had filed no
flight plans to land at the
Cedar Key Airport.
Cedar Key Police Officer
Mary Blankenship who
worked the crash scene said
that a flight medic from the
medical helicopter, that was
called to the scene
pronounced Mr. Gearhart
dead. Officer Blankenship
said, "We were very
fortunate that no one. else
was hurt do to the location
of the cash:" She .also said
she expected NTSV agents
to arrive late tonight to
complete the crash
investigation.


Pure Water Wilderness

Executive Director

Lannie Cardona

Retires
Continued from page one


divide the positions into two;
one full-time position for the
NCBDC and the LCTDC,
and one part-time position
for the Pure Water Wilder-
ness.
A luncheon was held after
the board meeting at Fanning
Springs City Hall. Guests
attended from Visit Florida
and the Florida Association
of Counties to wish Mr. Car-


dona and his wife Sarah the
very best in their retirement.
Mr. Cardona was 'presented
with a plaque and a gift cer-
tificate for a night's stay in a
luxurious bed and breakfast,
amongother gifts.
We thank Mr. Cardona for
all his selfless hard work
over the years. He will be
sorely missed and we wish
him and Sarah the best.


Continued from page one
$30,250. He went on to say
that as soon as the pod is op-
erational, federal inmates
will be housed. The housing
of these federal inmates
should be income for the
county.
The sheriff pointed out that
for the past six months it has
cost the county' over
$176,000 to house inmates
from Levy County in jails in
Dixie and Bradford counties'
because of the overcrowding
in the county jail.
The. county can expect to
receive $18.00 per hour and
500 per mile for transporting
federal prisoners to and from
the jail in Bronson. In addi-
tion, the\ can expect to re-
ceite a daily\ fee for housing
federal inmates between
$46.00 and $50.00.
Sheriff Smith said that he
had spoken to a Mr. Hallman
from the U.S. Marshal's Of-
fice the previous evening and'
Hallman told him that Levy
County could begin housing
15 federal prisoners right
away once the jail is opera-
tional. Because Le\% County
is located next to two federal
courthouses, one in
Gainesville and one in Ocala,

it is situated perfectly for
housing federal inmates.
When the current jail was
opened some 17 years ago,
the county reaped around
$250,000 a year for trans-
porting and housing federal
inmates.
Commissioner Sammy
Yearty requested that the
sheriff bring back all the
county's inmates as soon as
possible. He also requested
the sheriff seek out 'and
house federal inmates as
soon as possible as well. A
motion was made by Com-
missioner Danny Stevens to
pay the jail expenses on a


month by momhth basis and
not amend the sheriff's
budget for the entire ex-
pected amount.
Commissioner Nancy Bell
said she %anted to wait and
see what the operating bills
were. She said the county
doesn't have the funds. She
later said that she felt the es-
timates were excessive and it
was too soon to do it right
now (amen, the budget for
the jail).
It' was decided that. a com-
mittee of Clerk .of Court
Danny Shipp. County Coor-
dinator Fred Moody, Sheila
Reese of the finance depart-
ment in he Clerk's .office,
:.and .Commisi.oner-.,,Saoimv
Yearty will reyiew all bills.
The notion passed with a
four-to-one oyte with Com-
nlissioner Bell voting "no."
Clerk of (Court .Danny
Shipp asked where the funds
were coming from., He
questioned' if they were. to
come out of the general
budget, or where. He, was
never given a clear answer.


Senator Rod
Smith Leads

By Example
To Eliminate
Silent Killer
Thousands of people die
from embarrassment each
year and the Americari Can-
cer Society wants it to stop.
Senator RPd Smith under-
went colon cancer testing this
month in an effort to take the
mystery and fear out of this
vitally important process.
The Senator had a colono-
scopy, the type of procedure
made famous by Today Show


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NATIONAL FFA WEEK I ffa.org

FEBRUARY 19-26, 2005

With a past rooted in the values of American
agriculture and an eye on the future of an ever-
changing world, FFA has become one of the largest
and most diverse student groups today. Established
in 1928, the organization now has a membership of
nearly half a million students nationwide. With a
continued focus on premier leadership, personal
growth and career success, FFA is one of the *
symbols of what is positive in America's youth.
By expanding the traditional view of agriculture to
include science, business and technology, FFA has
become a national icon in promoting the diversity
of the agricultural industry. With more than 300
career opportunities available to students through
agricultural education, it's no wonder FFA members
have been labeled the leaders of tomorrow.


Jail Operations

May Be Costly


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FEBRUARY 24, 2005


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Fish and Wildlife

Conservation

Commission To Begin

Accepting Quota And

Special Hunt Permits


The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) will be-
gin accepting applications
for quota hunt permits and
special opportunity hunt
permits for the next year's
hunting season through its
Total Licensing System
(TLS) this summer.
This means hunters will
submit their applications at
any one of the more than
600 license agents who sell
hunting and fishing li-
censes, all county tax col-
lectors' offices or from
FWC at Web site,
MyFWC.com. For the first
time since 1975, hunters
will not mail application
forms to Tallahassee to ap-
ply for the quota hunt per-
mits.
"Handling thousands of
paper applications and
dealing with numerous tele-
phone complaints from
hunters who missed random
drawings because the postal
service took longer than
expected to deliver their
applications was cumber-
some and inefficient," said
Eddie White, FWC's quota
hunt coordinator. "We have
been issuing licenses and
permits through the TLS
since 2003, and this is a

planned progression to
streamline the hunt permit
application process."
Hunters seeking special-
opportunity hunt permits
will be the first to use the
new application process.
Between May 1 and June
15, hunters will be able to
submit as many $5 special-
opportunity applications as
they would like through li-
cense agents, county tax
collectors' offices or online
at MyFWC.com. Applica-
tion forms will be available
at all FWC regional offices
beginning April 20.
"Once' the random
drawing is completed, we
will send invoices to suc-
cessful applicants," White
said. "They then take the
-invoice to any license agent,
pay a permit fee by the
specified deadline and walk
out with a permit in hand. If
one chooses to pay online,
delivery of the permit will


take seven to 10 days."
Hunters seeking quota
hunt permits can apply
from June 1-11 at license
vendors, county tax collec-
tors' offices or online at
MyFWC.com. Application
forms will be available at all
tax collectors' offices and
FWC regional offices be-
ginning May 15. These
forms are still necessary to
provide license agents with
hunt choices, dates and per-
sonal information.
"During this period, you
can submit applications on-
line minutes before the
deadline and know your
application was accepted."
White said. "You will be
able to walk away from a li-
cense agent with a receipt
showing the type of quota
application you submitted,
which drawing you are in
and what choices you
made."
Remaining un-issued
quota permits will be made
available directly from li-
cense agents, county tax
collectors' offices and on-
line at MyFWC.com on a
first-come, first-served basis
once the random drawing
has been completed.
The first change in the
system hunters will notice is
that stickers, tabs and pho-
tocopies of licenses are no
longer required with the
application. The TLS will
verify that hunters have
valid wildlife management
area permits when they ap-
ply. If they do nqt have the
proper license or permit,
they may obtain one where
they apply.
Another major change
will be a closed period be-
tween the first and second
phases of: the program,
from June 12-July 31, dur-
ing which no applications
will be accepted. The TLS is.
expected to drastically re-
duce the time hunters have
to wait for the results of the
random drawings.
"During the next few
months we will be providing
more details about the new
process." White said. "We
want hunters to be able to
get as much information
about the changes as possi-
ble."


Baseball Hitting Clinic To

Be Held In Bronson


March 12
There will be a Bronson
Baseball Hitting Clinic on
Saturday, March 12t' from
2:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m.
The price is $15.00 per per-
ion for ages seven to 12.
Only youth league camp-
ers/players are permitted to
participate.
There will be quality, in-
struction provided by the
Bronson coaching staff and
players. The clinic will also
feature Coach Debrand, Var-
sity Head Coach and former
Boston Red Sox Minor


League player.
You may register at the
Bronson Middle/High School
Baseball Field at 1;30 p.m.
For more information contact
Coach Debrand at Bronson
Middle/High School at 352-
486-5260 or 352-870-2038.
The clinic is being sponsored
by the Bronson Grand Slam
Booster Club.
Special Note: Campers
must bring their own bats
and batting gloves. Youth
League coaches are also wel-
come.


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CEDAR KEY
Date High Low High Low
Thu 3.541 ft. -0.419 ft. 3.172 ft. 0.486 ft.
Feb 24, 05 1:34 AM 8:17 AM 2:30 PM 8:21 PM
Fri 3.510 ft. -0.295 ft. 3.314 ft. 0.256 ft.
Feb 25, 05 2:10 AM 8:43 AM 2:50 PM 8:54 PM
Sat 3.425 ft. -0.111 ft. 3.454 ft. 0.051 ft.
Feb 26, 05 2:47 AM 9:09 AM 3:10 PM 9:29 PM
Sun 3.278 ft. 0.137 ft.. 3.581 ft. -0.109 ft.
Feb 27, 05 3:25 AM 9:36 AM 3:32 PM 10:05 PM
Mon 3.061 ft. 0.446 ft. 3.672 ft. -0.200 ft.
Feb 28, 05 4:07 AM 10:04 AM 3:57 PM 10:45 PM
Tue 2.764 ft. 0.809 ft; 3.703 ft. -0.201 ft.
Mar 1, 05 4:55 AM 10:34 AM 4:27 PM 11:34 PM
Wed 2.413 ft. 1.205 ft. 3.652 ft.
Mar 2, 05 5:58 AM 11:07 AM 5:05 PM

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Creekside Making

History


With the school only in its
4'" year, Creekside Christian
School in Otter Creek held
its first homecoming Febru-
ary 8, 2005. The day was
full of excitement and be-
gan with a homecoming pa-
rade at 2:00 p.m., with en-
tries from the Levy County
Sheriff's Department,
Homecoming Court, girls
and boys basketball teams,
cheerleaders, fire. trucks,
school clubs, County Com-
missioners and of course
horses.
Not only was this the first
Homecoming Parade for
Creekside, but Principal Bill
Keith stated that to his
knowledge this was the first
parade ever to be held in
Otter Creek. Homecoming
games began at.4:00 p.m.
with Creekside Boys losing
to Westwood Hills and the
Lady Otters handily de-
feating Grace Christian.
The highlight of the day
was the half-time ceremony
with the crowing of the first
Creekside Homecoming
King and Queen and Prince
and Princess. The Home-
coming Court nominees
were chosen by Creekside
Staff and then voted on by
the student body. Doug
Standridge, a senior at


Creekside, was crowned
Homecoming King. Doug
is the son of Douglas and
Belinda Standridge of Otter
Creek. 16 year-old sopho-
more, Evelyn Johnston, was
crowned Homecoming
Queen. Evelyn is the
daughter of Bob and Terri
Johnston of Gulf Ham-
mock.
Colton Johnston, a 6'h
grader, was crowned Home-
coming Prince. Colton, age
12, is also the son of Bob
and Terri Johnston of Gulf
Hammock. Kasidy Cook,
age 13, was crowned Home-
coming Princess. Kasidy, a
7th grader, is the daughter
of Chuck and Rhonda Cook
of Chiefland. Other mem-
bers of the. Homecoming
Court consisted of: King
Nominees Kyle Cook,
Chiefland; Cody Cross, Gulf
Hammock; Jack Dulaney,
Bronson; and Garrett
Johnston, Gulf Hammock.
Queen Nominees Misti Fa-
son, Trenton; ShaSheila
Jabbar, Bronson; and Sa-
vannah Wilson, Gulf Ham-
mock.
If you would like infor-
mation about Creekside
Christian School please call
the school office at 352-
486-2112.


Bronson Kiwanis Club

News
Kiwanis Club of Bronson
Meeting of
February 15. 2005


Alice Graham, witt
Levy County Health
emy, (located at Chie
High School), whose
organization is Health
pation Students of An
(HOSA), discussed the
gram offered to stuck
The Certified Nursing
sistant program has be
existence since 1991,
after school program. T
just one of the areas in V
students enroll to fu
their education. The H
Academy also helps ch
students into other f:
such as medical office,
ratory therapy, veterin
assistant, and dental
tant, to name a few.
graduation from high sc
students have 17 credit
toward college as a resi
dual enrollment.
The program in Chie
is a magnet program, n
ing students may attend
other areas. Currently,
are 48 students enrolled
will graduate next
There are 12 students


S rolled in an after school CNA
h the program in Bronson. Stu-
Acad- dents go through an inter-
efland view process in middle
parent school regarding the pro-
Occu- grams offered. The fresh-
lerica man class presents programs
pro- to "advertise" the academy in
dents. local schools.
g As- Mrs. Graham also talked
en in about the -.ucce:.s stories of
as an students who have gone on to
'his is further their' education, or
which about those who are currently
irther employed in 'some area of the
health healthcare industry. Since its
annel inception, the program has
fields, grown and become quite di-
respi- verse in other fields. Mrs.
arian Graham is quite proud of the
assis- students currently enrolled in
Upon the program, as well as her
;hool,
hours students who have benefited
ult of from this early start.
The Kiwanis Club of
fland Bronson meets every Tues-
aean- day morning at 7:00 a.m. at
from the Craft's Family Restau-
there rant, located on Hathaway
. who Ave., (Hwy. 27Alt.) in Bron-
year. son. The public is invited to
Sn- attend.


Wild Hog Canoe And

Kayak Race To Be Held

April 2


The 28h Annual Wild Hog
Canoe and Kayak Race will
be held this year on Saturday,
April 2nd.
This year the Cedar Key
Fraternal Order of Eagles is
organizing the event, which
benefits the Levy Associa-
tion for Retarded Citizens. It
is sponsored by racers, local
businesses and private dona-
tions.
Registration begins at 8:30
a.m. and the race begins at
10:00 a.m. The race starts on
State Road 24 at the' Wac-
casassa Bridge south of the
light in Bronson. The route
travels along the winding
Waccasassa River to the fin-
ish line at the U.S. Highway


19 bridge between Gulf
Hammock and Otter Creek.
Race classes include Expe-
rienced, Recreational, Nov-
ice, Women, Mixed and
Solo. The registration fee is
$40 and pre-registration is
encouraged. For $200 spon-
sors may get their *name
printed on the T-shirts along
with a "paddle plaque."
There will be food, bever-
ages, and t-shirts for sale,
and a raffle for a variety of
prizes.
For more information or to
pre-register, please call the
Cedar Key Eagles Club at
(352) 543-9789 or log onto
www.wildhoarace.org.


Sletltle1em 4re b terian (Churdh

X Church Services
Sunday School for all.ages 9:45 am
Sunday Worship 11:00 am
Communion First Sunday of each month.
P. O. Box 399 411 West Church Street
Archer, Florida 32618
Rev. Earle F. Sickels (352) 495-9881


Left to right are Creekside Homecoming King Doug Standridge, Queen Evelyn
Johnston, Princess Kasidy Cook, and Prince Colton Johnston.


.- r, -, *







Left to right are Homecoming Princess nominees Lindsey Morgan and Casidy Cook,
driven in the parade by Kyle Cook, King nominee.


Cheerleaders in the parade.


Ginny Brown-Waite

Continues Constituent

Outreach Meeting In

Levy County


Representatives for
Congresswoman Ginny
Brown-Waite will continue
the practice of hosting
regular Constituent Out-
reach. Meetings through-
out the Fifth 'District in the
coming weeks to meet with
residents of the area to
discuss their views and
concerns.
Staff members from
Brown-Waite's office will
explain how to get in touch


Attention
Adelphia
Customers In
Archer And
Trenton

Effective March 30, 2005
Adelphia will realign the
following channels to their
channel lineups.
Archer Residents Life-
time Channel will move
from cable channel 26 to
cable channel 34. ESPN 2
will move from channel 3.4
to cable channel 26.
Trenton Residents Fam-
'ily Channel will move from
cable channel 24 to cable
channel 35. ESPN 2 will
move from cable channel
35 to cable channel 24.


with the Congresswoman
to remedy a problem, offer
general assistance and in-
formation, and outline
what services are available
through the office.
Representatives will be
in. Levy County on
Wednesday, March 2nd at
the Chiefland City Council
Chambers at 214 East
Park Avenue from 11:00
a.m. till 11:30 a.m.


Journals For
Sale At
Williston
Locations
You may purchase a Levy
County Journal at the Food
Ranch (BP Stations) on 27A
between Williston and Bron-
son and SR 121 south of
Williston; and the. Lil'
Champs on East Noble and
on SR 121 at US 41 in
Williston.

If you feel you have no faults,
rest assured you have at least
one. Pride is the devil's hook,
and he knows how to use it
well.


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FCE


Church News


The Regents


Concord Baptist Church

Homecoming Will Be March 6th


The folks at Concord
'Baptist Church invite you to
their Homecoming on
Sunday, March 6th. We will
also begin revival services
the same day and this will
run through Wednesday,
March 9th.
: Concord Baptist Church
is located at 5551 Northwest
County Road 336 in
Chiefland.


We begin with Sunday
school at 10 a.m., followed
by the "morning worship
service at 11 a.m. Brother
Tom Anderson, from
Alabama, will be preaching.
He will.also be preaching
Sunday night through.
Wednesday night at 7 p.m.
each evening.
The Regents, from
Jacksonville, will be singing


during the morning worship
service and also after our
"dinner on the grounds,"
which will be held in our
Fellowship Hall.
You are invited to come
and worship with us, eat
with us, and hear some good
singing. Don't forget the
evening services begin at 7
p.m. on Sunday through
Wednesday.


Bronson First Baptist Annual

Adult Valentine Banquet


The youth of Bronson First Baptist Church pictured at the Sock Hop.


Mrs. Minnie Modisett and Mr. Mike Johnson enjoyed the
Sock Hop.


"1, 2, 3 o'clock, 4 o'clock
rock ...we're going to rock
around the clock tonight!"
On the evening of Satur-
day, February 12th, the youth
ministry of Bronson First
Baptist Church held its an-
nual Senior Adult Valentine
Banquet. Each year the
youth show their apprecia-
tion for the support they re-
ceive from the church's sen-
ior adults by holding a
banquet in their honor and
serving them personally.
Troy Turner, youth minis-
ter, stated that he could al-
ways count on the senior
adults of the church to sup-
port the kids who couldn't
afford to go to summer camp.
The seniors are also the ones
who pay premium prices for
a cake made by a youth at the
annual camp fund-raiser bake
auction.
The theme for the banquet
this year was a sock hop.
Approximately 60 seniors
attended. Sweater sets, poo-
dle skirts, letter jackets,
rolled jeans and leather jack-
ets were the attire of the eve-
ning.
Following some fun-filled


Graduate
Courses
Through
Distance
Learning

Ever though of applying
to graduate school, but de-
layed because of distance or
time constraints?
Now is your chance to
participate in an exciting,
Swell-established and ac-
credited program offered
by the University of South
Florida's College of Public
Health (COPH). Through
online technologies, the
college offers online public
health courses that would
lead to a Master's degree of
Public Health (MPH) in
Public Health Practice.
The Distance Learning
Program allows students to
complete almost all degree
requirements with minimal
Tampa on-campus re-
quirements. In addition, the
core courses offered via
distance learning may apply
toward other MPH tracks on
campus in Tampa, Florida.
Students may- apply for
the degree program, or take
classes as a non-degree
seeking student. Summer
Semester 2005 starts May
16 and ends July 22. Reg-
istration deadlines for new
students do apply, but the
university makes all efforts
to register new students up
'until the first week of
classes.
The Summer. Semester
graduate-level course of-
fered through distance
learning will be Community
Partnerships and Advocacy.
This and other courses will
be offered entirely online
Smith no on-campus time re-
quirement. These courses
are 3-credits at the graduate
level. Students have to meet
f certain technology re-
quirements to participate
successfully in the program.
For additional details visit:
S httn:uniihlichpalthIf PIIeduI/dl


p/prospective/technologyreq
uirements.html. It is the
student's responsibility to
meet these requirements
prior to the start of the se-
mester. In addition to the
MPH in Public Health Prac-
tice, 'the Distance Learning
Program also offers an on-
line graduate certificate in
Disaster Management. On
campus time is not required
for this certificate. Please
check the program website
for more details.
For more, information
about the Distance Learning
Program in your area, the
MPH Degree, Graduate
Certificate in Disaster Man-
agement and/or Summer
Semester registration, please
call 1-888-USF-COPH
(menu option #3), or e-mail
the program at: dis-
tance()hsc.usf.edu.
Contact personss: Sand-
hya Srinivasan or Samantha
Lopez at 813-974-6666.


competition, the seniors
voted Mrs. Minnie Modisett
and Mr. Mike Johnson as the
"Best Dressed" sock hoppers.
A game of "Who's Who?"
was played in which at-
tendees tried to identify the
teenage pictures of their fel-
low seniors.
The Kingsmen, the
church's men's ensemble,
sang several selections from
the fifties including Young
Love, and Love and Mar-
riage. Prior to a game of 50s
trivia, Frank McKoy read a
poem he wrote to his own
valentine, Mrs. Lessie, and to
the other "valentines" present
at the banquet. An evening
of great entertainment and
wonderful food ended with
the youth leaders closing in
song with Good Night,
Sweetheart.

Even a stamp takes a licking
before it reaches it destination.
Never, never, never give up.


"ainesvimte
Farmers, ranchers, and
growers will have an oppor-
tunity to hear presentations
on 2002 Farm Bill programs
as well as make comments
on the next Farm Bill at a
listening session to be held
by the USDA Natural Re-
sources Conservation Service
(NRCS). This meeting will
give feedback to the agency
for updating the national En-
vironmental Quality Incen-
tives Program (EQIP) priori-
ties.
The meeting will be held
from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
at Florida Farm Bureau, 5700
SW 34 Street in Gainesville.
Niles Glasgow, Florida
NRCS State Conservationist'
says, "NRCS would like pro-
ducers to attend for two rea-
sons. The 2002 Farm Bill
has provided unprecedented
conservation dollars for
Florida farmers, growers and
ranchers. We want to ex-
,plain our programs face to
face with our customers. We
are also asking for feedback
on issues and concerns for
the next Farm Bill, due out in
2007. I would urge anyone
interested in conservation to
attend and participate."
The Environmental Quality
Incentives Program is the
largest Farm Bill Program
available to Florida produc-
ers. This program, along
with
other cost-share programs
will be discussed. Those un-
familiar with Farm Bill Pro-
grams are urged to visit
http://www.nrcs.usda.gov/pr
ograms/farmbill/2002/.

AARP Driver
Safety Crourse
To Be Offered
February 22-
23
An AARP Driver Safety
course will be given on Feb-
ruary 22nd and 23rd at 8:00
a.m. at the Episcopal Church
hall, located on Highway 24
in Cedar Key.
The AARP program is a
classroom refresher course
specially designed for mature
motorists age 50 and over.
The two-day course fee is
$10 per person and a certifi-
cate of completion will be is-
sued which may entitle you
to an auto insurance premium
discount. The course helps
drivers refine existing skills
and develop safe, defensive
driving techniques. To reg-
ister call Gerry Walling at
352-543-5749.

Navy Petty
Officer Troy
Gordon
Navy Petty Officer 2nd
Class Troy D. Gordon, a
1988 graduate of Williston
High School, recently re-
ported for duty at Navy Re-
cruiting District Miami in
Sunrise.
Gordon is a 1988 graduate
of Williston High School and
joined the Navy in July 1990.


Lay Witness

Mission Held At

Bronson United

Methodist Church


Visiting witnesses Lois and Earl Williams chat with Betty
Phillips Friday evening upon arrival for weekend Lay
Witness Mission at Bronson United Methodist Church.


* 'I


,Bm U- mI S" a-. : .Ea w w ", ar .' .
Visiting witnesses conclude their weekend stay in
Bronson greeting parishioners outside Bronson United
Methodist Church following the Sunday morning
worship service.
The weekend began early within the church family
Friday evening as nine lay and extended to'those who
witnesses from around would be seeking a church
Florida and Southern Ala- home.
bama began arriving and The Saturday evening
were welcomed by Pastor general session followed
Carroll and Betty Phillips as another covered dish dinner
they met their host families .and was conducted in the
and enjoyed a covered dish fellowship hall, concluding
dinner in the fellowship hall in the sanctuary of the
of Bronson United Meth- church with an altar call.
odist Church. Following the The session consisted of
dinner ..ihefir'-stof. tuogen.- sharing of visiting witness
eral sessions ,."a' held to testimonies and small group
kick off the weekend of prayer time.
meetings, coffees and din- The visiting witnesses
ners. This weekend focused concluded their program on
on three questions; "What Sunday morning conduct-
would you like to see hap- ing the .morning worship
pen in your church as a re- service which included of-
sult of this weekend?" fearing additional testimo-
"What would you like to nies as .to how God has
see happen in your life as a worked in their lives. This
result of this weekend?" was.followed by 'a farewell
and "What are you willing luncheon for the visiting
to do about it?" team and the church team.
Sunday morning three A follow-up meeting was
coffees were held in Bron- held Sunday evening to go
son and a fourth out at over the three questions and
Morris Junction where the answers and to try to set in
visiting witnesses offered motion a plan of action for
the opportunity for those in the church and its.mem-
attendance to speak about bers' personal growth in
issues in their own lives, ex- Christ. It was also deter-
pressing praise for what mined that the church
God has done for them as would host another Lay
well as requesting prayer Witness Mission next year
for areas still needing atten- and that more information
tion. The coffees provided would be made available to
an intimate setting in homes members and the general
offering fellowship and public as to just what a Lay
support during a time of Witness Mission is, empha-
sharing. Those hosting cof- sizing that it is a spiritually
fees included Betty Phillips, uplifting experience open
C.W. and Bobbie Gilbert, to everyone seeking the
Cathy Moody and .Roberta Lord in their life.
Smith, and Sue Bazin.
Following lunch in the
fellowship hall the men and Suwannee
.women separated for an af- r l


ternoon meeting giving an-
other opportunity to offer
individual testimonies in an
informal setting surrounded
by God's love and love for
one another. A closer bond
of understanding that no
one was alone was created


Dmlegrass
Suwannee Valley Blue-
grass Festival to be held
February 24-26. The festival
will be at the FFA Arena
between Trenton and Bell.
For more information call 1-
800-576-2398.


Bronson walkers met at Bronson United Methodist Church Saturday morning
Despite the chilly temperature to Walk For Life in support of the work Tri-
County Pregnancy Center Does in this area. $500.00 was raised from
Bronson.


Classroom Listening
Without Walls Session To
USF College Be Held
Of Public March 1 In
Health Offers ..M.. In
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Pictured are the Bronson High-Q JV team members who won the district championship,
from left to right, front row: Jakob Williams. Middle row: Markus White, Kelby Barber,
Raymond Powers and Jonathan Irizarry. Back row: Coach Raymond Powers, Eric


Bussom and Corinne Keeton.


Bronson Middle/High

School High-Q Team

Is The District

Champion


By Miriam Blitch
Dixie County High
School hosted the High-Q
tournament this year in
Cross City. Bronson High-
Q JV team won the District
Championship. The tour-
namnent was held on Janu-
ary 25th, and schools from
the tri-county area that
had high rankings com-
peted. Coach Raymond
Powers was the head
coach for Bronson High-
Q teams.
The Bronson Mid-
die/High School High-Q
team is part of the North-
eastern Conference. This
area's High-Q teams all


participated in the western
division. High-Q is an
academic competition in
which students use an
electronic buzzer system,
and attempt to answer
questions on every subject
in five seconds. Questions
are related to Science
Mathematics, Literature,
History and Language
Arts.
The season for. the com-
petition begins in Septem-
ber and ended in January.
Teams, compete in the
tournament by their sea-
son ranking.. Bronson
High-Q JV team played
eight games won 6 and lost
2.


Williston AARP

Volunteers

Available To Speak

On Proposals To

Change Social

Security
S Security system. Presenta-
As part of its initiative to tions include an explanation
educate proposed changes to Social works, the long-term prob-
Security; AARP Florida has lems of Social Security sol-
Strained a group of volunteer vency, and AARP's posi-
speakers who can give pres- tions on proposals to
entations about "Social Se- strengthen Social Security
curity: Proposal. for as well as proposals to in-
Change." Group leaders produce private accounts.-
who want to schedule a "Social Security needs to
presentation for a future be strengthened for our
meeting may arrange a children and grandchil-
speaker by calling AARP dren," Johnson said. "Buit
Florida toll-free at 1-866- the solution must not be
595-7678. A schedule of worse than the problem.
speaking engagements that Draining money out of So-
are .open to the public is cial Security to set up pri-
available at vate accounts will lead 'to
www.aarp.org//fl. lower guaranteed benefits
Alphonso Johnson of while passing the bill to fu-
Williston was selected as a ture generations. With sen-
trainee so that he could sible changes, however, we
speak with fellow members can ensure that future gen-
of the community about erations benefit from a
AARP's positions on po- strong Social Security sys-
tential changes to the Social tem."
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Applications
For Marriages
Filed In Levy
Bryan Kent Sapp,
12/11/70, and Pamela
Nichole Miller, 2/15/73,
both of Williston
Michael David Hansen,
4/11/85, and Joy Marie
Walker, 9/13/79,. both of
Micanopy.


Friends To
Have Book
Sale March 5
The Friends of the Willis-
ton Public Library will hold a
First Saturday Book Sale,
March 5th, from 8:30 a.m. to.
1:00 p.m. It will be at the
Williston City Hall Commu-
nity Center, at the corer of
Noble Avenue and Main
Street.
As always, books at the
sale are very low in price:
hardbacks, $1.00; soft-backs,
.50 cents; paperbacks, .25
cents; magazines and chil-
dren's books ten cents.
Friends of the Williston
Public Library hold the sales
once a month from Septem-
ber through May. All pro-
ceeds are used to benefit the
library, and the book sales
are a major source of income
for "Friends."'
For the biggest selection it
is best to come early. Re-
'member, Book Sale, Satur-
day, March 5th from 8:30
a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Mary McDaniell,
528-5972

Journal
Deadline
The deadline to submit ar-
ticles or advertising copy is
Monday at 5:00 p.m. to be
included in that weeks Levy
County Journal.


Superintendent Cliff Norris, Williston Principal Gary Clark, Cody McLeod, Matthew
Ladd, Lisa Hamilton Williston science teacher.


School Board

Members Recognize

Accomplishments Of

Williston Students


By Miriam Blitch


On Tuesday, February
22, 2005, Superintendent
Cliff Norris introduced
Williston High School Sci-
ence and Biology Teacher
Ms. Lisa Hamilton. Ms.
Hamilton and two of her
students one being from
the middle school, went to


the regional Science Fair
that was held at West Port
IHigh School in Ocala on
February 4, 2005. She
said, "It takes a lot of hard
work to get a project com-
pleted accurately and on
time. This is also an ad-
vantage for these students
because it helps them with
writing, research, and


mathematics skills
prepares them for
lege."


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The two students who:
won awards in their cate-:
gories were Cody McLeod:
and Matthew Ladd: Cody is:
a middle school student and:
Matthew is a high school:
student, they both attend:
Williston schools.
Superintendent Norris,
awarded these young men
with plaques for Out-
standing Accomplishments
in the Regional Science
Fair. Mr. Norris said
"This is an honor to have
students who work hard to
achieve their goals."


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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


FEBRUARY 24, 2005


Legals

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
File No.: 38-2004-CP-0232
Division: Probate
IN RE: ESTATE OF:
RITATHOMBS
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the estate
of RITA THOMBS, deceased.
whose date of death was December
:10, 2004, File Number 38-2004-
:CP-0232 is pending in the Circuil
Court for Levy County, Florida,
-Probate' Division, the address of
-which is P.O. Drawer 610, Bron-
-son, Florida 32621. The names
.and addresses of the personal rep-
resentative and the personal rep-
resentative's attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate,
Son whom a copy of this notice has
Been served must file their claims
with this court WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THEDATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE.OR 30
DAYS AFTER THE TIME OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against dece-
dent's estate must file their claims
with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
-ALL CLAIMS 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.
The date of first publication of
this notice is February 17, 2005.
Personal Representative:
Geneva Bean
P.O. Box 714
Sabattus, ME 04280
Attorney for Representative:
Michael Koch
Florida Bai No. 0149683
P.O. Box 10
Chiefland, FL 32644
* (353) 403-2525
Pub: February 17, 24, 2004

S REQUEST FOR BIDS

The Town of Otter Creek re-
quests bids on a 2000 or -newer
Heavy Duty 3/4 Ton 4 X 4 pick-
up truck, with 50,000 miles or
less on it. Mail bids to "Sealed
SBids." Town of Otter Creek, P.O.
.Box 65, Otter Creek; Fl. 32683-
S0065, or hand deliver to 555 SW
2",d Ave., Otter Creek (call for
hours 352-486-4413). Bids must
-be received by 7 p.m. on March;
"21, 2005.

SIN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
,LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 38-2004-CA-926
CHASE MANHATTAN MORT-
GAGE CORPORATION,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOYCE E. MCLENDON, etal,
Defendantss.

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment of
Mortgage Foreclosure dated Feb-
Sruary 09, 2005 and entered in Case
NO. 38-2004-CA-926 of the Cir-
cuit Court of the EIGHTH Judicial
Circuit in and for LEVY County,
Florida, wherein CHASE MAN-
HATTAN MORTGAGE CORPO-
RATION, is the .Plaintiff and
JOYCE E. MCLENDON; TENANT
S#1 N/K/A STEVEN LEWIS are the
SDefendants, I will 'sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash at
MAIN LOBBY OF THE LEVY
COUNTY COURTHOUSE at 11:00
A.M. on the 7th day of March,'
2005, the following described
property as set forth in said Final
Judgment:
LOT 3, BLOCK 1, NEWSOME
ESTATES, ACCORDING TO THE
MAP OR PLAT THEREOF,' AS
.RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 5
PAGES 48 AND 48-A, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF LEVY
.COUNTY, FLORIDA.
--A/K/A 5590 NE 167"' Court,
Williston, FL 32696
WITNESS MY .HAND and the
seal of this Court on February 9,
2005.
SDanny J..Shipp
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Gwen-McElroy
Deputy-Clerk


Echevarria & Associates, P.A.
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
F04013031
CHASE-FNMA- R porter
Pub: February 17, 24, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 2004-CA-0946
MID-STATE TRUST VI, A TRUST
Plaintiff,
vs.
MABLE IZQUIERDO; JOHN DOE;
Defendants.

NOTICE OF SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
THAT, PURSUANT TO THE
JUDGMENT OF FORECLOSURE
ENTERED IN THE ABOVE
CAUSE, I WILL SELL THE PROP-
ERTY SITUATED IN LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, DESCRIBED
AS:
THE NORTH 139.61 FEET OF
THE EAST 342.01' OF THE
SOUTH. 1/2 OF THE SE 1/4 OF
THE NE 1/4 OF THE NE 1/4 OF
SECTION 34, TOWNSHIP 11
SOUTH, RANGE 14 EAST, LESS
AND EXCEPT THE EAST 30'
THEREOF FOR ROAD RIGHT OF
WAY.
AT PUBLIC SALE, TO THE
HIGHEST AND BEST BIDDER,
FOR CASH, AT 11:00 A.M. ON
MARCH 14, 2005, AT BRON-
SON, LEVY COUNTY COURT-
HOUSE, FLORIDA.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICANS WITH. DISABILI-
TIES ACT, PERSONS WITH DIS-
ABILITIES NEEDING A SPECIAL
ACCOMMODATION TO PAR-
TICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING
SHOULD CONTACT THE A.D.A.
ADMINISTRATOR FOR THE
CLERK OF THE COURT NOT
LATER THAN 7 DAYS PRIOR TO
THE PROCEEDING, AT
*IF HEARING 'IMPAIRED,
.(TDD) 1-800-955-8771, VOICE 1-
800-955-8770. THIS IS NOT A
COURT INFORMATION LINE.
DATED: FEBRUARY 16,2005.
CLERK OF THE COURT
By: Gwen McElroy
Deputy Clerk
Nixon and Associates.
3105 W. Waters Ave., Suite 204
Tampa, FL 33614
(813) 933-7722
File No.: PC-7111'
Pub: February 24, March 3, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.: 38 2005 DR 0041
Division:
NICOLE MANTINEO
Petitioner
and
JAMES MCCLOSKEY. JR.
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE
TO: JAMES MCCLOSKEY, JR.
UNKNOWN

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion has been filed against you
and that you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses, if
any, to it on NICOLE MANTINEO,
WHOSE ADDRESS IS 15190 NE
51 PLACE. WILLISTON,FL 32694
ONOR BEOFRE March 21, 2005,
and file the original with the clerk
of this Court at DANNY J. SHIPP,
CLERK, P.O. BOX 610, BRON-
SON, FL 32621, before service on
Petitioner or immediately thereaf-
ter. If you fail to do so,: a default
may be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court documents in
this case, including orders, are
'available at the'Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court's office. You may re-
view these documents upon re-
'quest.
You must keep the Clerk: of the
Circuit Court's office notified of
your current address. (You may file'
Notice of Current Address, Florida
Supreme Court Approved Family
Law Form 12.915.) Future papers
in this lawsuit will be mailed to
the address on record at the clerk's
office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Flor-
ida Family Law .Rules of Proce-
dure, requires certain automatic
disclosure of documents and in-
formation. Failure to comply can
result in sanctions, including
dismissal or striking of plead-
ings.
Dated February 11, 2005.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT


COURT
By: LaQuanda Latson
Deputy Clerk
(COURT SEAL)
Pub: February 17, 24,
March 3, 10, 2005


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The administration of the Estate
of MAGGIE LOU FISHER, De-
ceased, File No. 38-2005-CP-
0024, is pending in the Circuit
Court for LEVY County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of
which is Probate Department, Cir-
cuit Court, P.O., Drawer 610,
Bronson, Florida 32621. The
names and addresses of the Per-
sonal Represeniati\e and the Per-
sonal Representative's attorney
are set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the Decedent and
other persons having -claims or
demands against, Decedent's es-
tate, including unmatured, contin-
gent or unliquidated claims, on
whom a copy of this Notice is
served must file their claims with
this Court WITHIN THE LATER
OF THREE MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS -NOTICE OR
THIRTY DAYS AFIER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the Dece-
dent and persons ha\ ing claims or
demands against Decedent's es-
tate, including unmatured, contin-
gent or unliquidated claims, must
file their claims with this Court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. *
The date of first publication of
this Notice is February 17, 2005.
Co-Personal Representatives:
JOHN S. FISHER
P.O. Box 771
Chiefland, FL 32644
SPENCER C. FISHER
P.O. Box 242
Chiefland, FL 32644
Attorney for Co-Personal Repre-
sentatives:
GREGORY V. BEAUCHAMP, P.A.
Florida Bar No. 178770
P.O. Box 1129
Chiefland, FL 32644
(352) 493-1458
Pub: February 17, 24, 2004

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 38-2005-CP-0003
IN RE: ESTATE OF:
DONALD LEROY THOMPSON
a/k/a DONALD L. THOMPSON,
Deceased.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NO: 38-2004-CP-142
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF:
HERMAN C. SCHEER,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The Administration of the es-
tate of HERMAN C. SCHEER, de-
ceased, File Number 38-2004-CP-
142, is pending in the Circuit
Court for Levy County, Florida,
Probate, Division, the address of
which is P.O. Box 610, Bronson,
Florida 32621. The names and ad-
dresses of the personal representa-
tive and the personal representa-
tive's attorney are set forth be-
low.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate
including unmatured, contingent
or unliquidated claims, on whom a
copy of this notice 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 AF-
TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against dece-
dent's estate, including un-,
matured, contingent or unliqui-
dated claims, must file their
claims with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED:
The date of first publication of
this Notice is February 17, 2005.
Personal Representative
Gregory Scheer
33 Springs Road
Homesdale, PA 18431
Attorney for Personal Representa-
tive
Ronald W. Stevens, Esquire
P.O. Box 1444
Bronson, Florida 32621
Pub: February 17, 24, 2005

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR LEVY COUNT',
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 38-2005-CP-0024
S Division: Probate
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MAGGIE LOU FISHER,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS


SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to.a Final Judgment of Fore-
closure dated February 7, 2005,
and entered in Case No. 38-2004-
CA-965, of the Circuit Court of
the Eighth Judicial Circuit in pnd
for Levy County, Florida, wherein
BANK OF AMERICA, N.A., is a
Plaintiff and TRACY SUE FLOW-
ERS A/K/A TRACY SUE WOLFE,
IF LIVING, AND. IF 'DEAD, THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE-
VISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGN-
EES, LIENORS, CREDITORS,
TRUSTEES AND ALL OTHER
PARTIES CLAIMING AN INTER-
EST BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST, TRACY SUE FLOW-
ERS A/K/A TRACY SUE WOLFE;
EARL FLOWERS, IF LIVING AND
IF DEAD, THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,


NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the estate
of DONALD LEROY THOMPSON
a/k/a DONALD L. THOMPSON,
File Number 38-2005-CP-0003, is
pending in the Circuit Court,
Eighth Judicial Circuit, in and for
Levy County, Florida, Probate,
Division, the address of which is
.P.O. Drawer 610, Bronson, Flor-
ida 32621. The names and ad-
dresses of the personal representa-
tive and the personal representa-
tive's attorney are set forth be-
low.
ALL CREDITORS OF DECE-
DENT AND OTHER PERSONS
HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST DECEDENT'S ESTATE
ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate,
including unmature, contingent or
unliquidated claims, on whom a
copy of this notice is served must
file their claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY 3.0
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and persons having claims or
demands against the decedent's es-
tate, including unmature, contin-
gent.or unliquidated claims, must
file their claims with this Court
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS AF-
TER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
Two (2) years after decedent's
death, neither .the decedent's es-
tate, the personal representative,
nor the beneficiaries shall be li-
able for any claim or cause of ac-
tion against the decedent, whether
or not letters of administration
have issued, unless a creditor has
filed a claim pursuant to Section
733.702, Florida Statutes, within
two (2) years alter decedent's
death, and said claim has not been
paid or otherwise disposed of pur-
suant to Section 733.705, Florida
Statutes. (The time limitation ref-
erenced in paragraph shall not ef-
fect the lien of' ny duly recorded
mortgage or security interest or
the lien of any p.tson:.in: posses-
sion of:personi, 'prdpfbif "'of he
right to foreclose and enforce the
mortgage lien.)
The date of first publication of
this Notice is February 17, 2005.
Personal Representati\e
Linda Marie Squires
12673 Bayshore Avenue
Cedar Key, Florida 32625
Attorney for Personal Representa-
tive
Terry Tataru
Terry Tataru, P.A.
P.O. Box 630
Cedar Key, FL32625
(352) 543-6090
Florida Bar No. 0079863
Pub: February 17, 24, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
01F THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR LEVY COUNTY
SCASE NO. 38-2004-CA-965

BANK OF AMERICA, N.A.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
TRACY SUE FLOWERS A'K,A
TRACY SUE WOLFE. [F LIVING,
AND IF DEAD. THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE. HEIRS. DEVISEES,
GRANTEES. ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS, CREDITORS,
TRUSTS AND ALL OTHER PAR-
TIES CLAIMING AN INTEREST
BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST. TRACY SUE FLOW-
ERS A/KA TRACY SUE WOLFE,;
EARL FLOWERS. IF LIVING AND
IF DEAD). THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE, HEIRS DEVISEES.
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES.
LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUS-
TEES AND ALL OTHER PARTIES
CLAIMING AN INTEREST BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST, EARL FLOWERS; UN-
KNOWN TENANT.
Defendants.

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE


L Notice is -giv tlpat purs~n;,t ,o
a Final Summary Judgmrnl.-datcd
February 10, 2005 entered in Case
No. 38-2004-CA-0817 of the Cir-
cuit Court of the Eighth Judicial
Circuit in and for Levy County,
Florida, in which AMSOUTH
BANK, an Alabama banking cor-
poration, is the Plaintiff, and
ALMERON JAMES MITCHELL
and MEGAN FLYNN, are the De-
fendants, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash in the,
main lobby of the Levy County
Courthouse,. 355 South Court
Street, Bronson, Florida 32621,
at 11:00 a.m. on the 12" day of
April. 2005. the, following-
described properly set forth in
said Final Summary Judgment of.
Foreclosure.
SEE EXHIBITS "A" AND "B" AT-
TACHED HERETO.
EXHIBIT 'A'
.Commencing at the SE corner of
.the NE 1/4 of Section 3, Town-
ship 14 South, Range 18 East,
Levy County, Florida; thence S
01 04'32":E, along the East line
of said Section 3, a distance of
871.29 feet; thence N 8702'57"
W, a distance of 983.33 feet;
thence N 01"04'16" W, a distance
of 120.30 feet to the POINT OF
BEGINNING; thence N 01 04 16"
W, a distance of 1611.88 feet;
thence S 87002'57" E, a distance
of 769.55 feet; thence N
01"04'16" -W, a distance of
900.00 feet; thence S.87"02'57"
E, a distance of 213.52 feet to a
point on the East line of said Sec-
tion 3; thence S 01"04'37" E,
along said East line a distance of
1640.61 feet; thence N 87"06'15"
W, a distance of 120.29 feet;
thence S 01'04'32" E, a distance
of 871.17 feet; thence .N
87002'57" W, a distance. of
863.02 feet to the POINT OF BE-
GINNING;
TOGETHER WITH A 1984
SUMMIT doublewide mobile
home now located thereon, ID #'s
H27475GL & H27475GR and Ti-
tle O's 20879634 & 20879627.
EXHIBIT "B"
1. This Financing Statement cov-
ers the following types and
items of property:
A. Improvements.. All buildings,
structures,. betterments, and
other improvements of any na-
ture now or hereafter situated in
whole or in part upon the lands
in LEVY County,- Florida, de-
scribed in Exhibit "A" attached
hereto (the 'Land'), regardless


LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUS-
TEES AND ALL OTHER PARTIES
CLAIMING AN INTEREST BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST, EARL FLOWERS; UN- B.
KNOWN TENANT are the Defen-
dants. I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at Front
Lobby of the Levy County Court
House, 355 Court Street, Bron-
son, Florida 32621, at 11:00 a.m.
on March 7, 2005, the following
described property as set forth in
said Final Judgment, to wit:
LOT 22, OF TRIPLET CROWN
FARMS SUBDIVISION, UNIT II,
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 8, PAGES 22 AND
.23, PUBLIC RECORDS OF LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
DANNYJ. SHIPP C.
As Clerk of the Court
By: Gwen McElroy
As Deputy Clerk
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the Ameri-
cans with Disabilities Act, per-
sons needing a reasonable ac-
commodation to participate in
this proceeding should, no later
than seven (7) days prior, contact
the Clerk of the Court's disability
coordinator at 352-486-5315, PO
BOX 310, BRONSON, FL 32621.
If hearing impaired, contact (TDD)
via Florida Relay System.
Publish: Levy County Journal
Submitted by:
Ben-Ezra & Katz, P.A.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
951 N.E. 167"' Street, Suite 204
North Miami Beach, Florida
33162
Telephone: (305) 770 4100
Fax: (305) 653 2063
Pub: February 17, 24, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
AND FOR LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
CIVIL ACTION
Case No. 38-2004-CA-0817
AMSOUTH BANK, an Alabama
banking .corporation,
Plaintiff.
V..
ALMERONJAMES MITCHELL,
and JOHN/JANE DOE, fictitious
names representing unknown ten-
ants in possession,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER


this instrument.

E. Proceeds. All proceeds of the
conversion, voluntary or in-
voluntary, of any. of the prop-
erty described in this paragraph
into cash or other liquidated
claims, or that are otherwise
payable for injury' to, or the
taking or requisitioning of, any
such property, including, all in-
surance and condemnation pro-.
ceeds.
F. Contract Rights. All of
Debtor's right, title and inter-
est in and to any and all.con-
tacts,. written or oral, express
or implied, now existing or
hereafter entered into or aris-
ing, in, any manner related to
the Improvements, 'use, opera-
tion, sale, conversion, or other
disposition of, any interest in
the Land, Improvements, Tan-
gible Property,.or the Rents, or
any combination, including
any and all deposits, prepaid
items, and payment due arid to
become due thereunder, and in-
cluding construction contracts,
service contracts,: advertising
contracts, purchase orders, and.
equipment leases.
G. Other Intangibles. All contract
rights, accounts, instruments
and general intangibles, as
such .terms from time .to time
are defined in the Florida Uni-
form Commercial Code, in any
manner-related to the. use, op-
eration, 'sale,. conversion, or
other .disposition (voluntary or.
involuntary) of the Land, Im-
provements, Tangible Prop-
erty, or Rents including all
permits, licenses, insurance
Policies, rights of 'action and
other choses in -action
H. Secondary Financing. All of,


of whether physically affixed
thereto or severed or capable of
severance therefrom (the 'Im-
provements').
Appurtenances. The benefit of I.
all easements and other rights
of any nature whatsoever appur-
tenant to the Land, the Im-
provements, or the use made or
operations conducted upon the
Land, and all rights of way,
streets, alleys, passages, drain-
age rights, sewer rights, water
rights and rights of ingress and
egress to the Land, and all ad-
joining property, whether now
existing or hereafter arising,
together with the reversion' or
reversions, remainder or. re-.J.
mainders, rents, issues, in-
comes, and profits of any of the
foregoing.
Tangible Property. All of
Debtor's interest in all fixtures,
equipment and tangible per-
sonal property of any ,nature
whats! di oi w 6r here'ater"(i)
attached or affixed to the Land
or the Improvements, or both, v
regardless of whether physi- ti
cally affixed thereto or severed "
or capable of severance there-
from or (ii) regardless of where
situated, used, usable, or in- 2
tended to be used in connection
with any present or future use or
operation of or upon the Land.
The foregoing includes all heat-
ing, air conditioning, lighting,
incinerating, and power equip-
ment; all engines, compres-
sors, pipes, -pumps, tanks',
wells, water mains, laterals,
manholes, motors, conduits,
wiring, and switchboards; all
plumbing, lifting, cleaning,
fire prevention, fire extin-
guishing, refrigerating, venti-
lating and communications, ap-
paratus; all boilers, furnaces,
oil burners, vacuum cleaning
systems, elevators, and escala-
tors; all stoves, ovens; ranges,
disposal units, dishwashers,
water heaters, exhaust systems,
refrigerators, cabinets, and par-
titions; all rugs and carpets; all
laundry equipment; all building
materials, all furniture, furnish-
ings, office equipment, and of-
fice supplies (including .sta-
tionery, letterheads, billheads,
and items -of a similar nature);
and all additions, accessions,
renewals, replacements, and
substitutions any or all of the,
foregoing- Ih6n "'Ta'ngibk! Prop'- '*
erty').
Income.. All rents, issues, in-
comes, and profits in any man-
ner arising from the Land, ini-
provements, or Tangible Piop-
erty, or any combination, in-
eluding Dcbtor's interest in and
to :all leases,, licenses, fran-
chises,: and. concessions of, or
relating to,. all or any portion
of the Land. Improvements or '
Tangible'- Properly, whether 1
now existing or hereafter made, .
including all amendmentss.
modifications, replacements,
substitutions, extensions, re-
newals, or consolidations. The
foregoing.iterrs are jointly and
severally called the 'Rents' in


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(352) 486-3753


Debtor's rights, power or privi-
lege to further encumber any of
the property .described in this
paragraph by debt.
Construction Documents. The
foregoing types of property in-
clude specifically all of the fol-
lowing: all contracts,plans and
documents.that concern the de-
sign and construction of the
Improvements, including plans
and specifications, drawings
and architecpral and/or engi-
neig rontTraCS, nl i,pon-
struction contracts; together
with all amendments, revi-
sions,-: modifications- and sup-
plements.
Other. Specifically included and
not by way of limitation, the
following is included in the
definitions of Improvement,
Contract Rights and Other In-
Stangibles as'sset forth herein,
,to-wit:.

As used in Paragraphs A. through
., the term "include," and all
variations thereof,, are for illustra-
ve purposes only and are always
without limitation:'

Dated this 11'h day of February,
o005.
DANNY J. SHIPP
Clerk of the Circuit court
By: Gwen McElroy
SDeputy Clerk
'ub:.February 1:7,24, 2005


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FEBRUARY 24. 2005


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BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
There will be a regular meeting of the Levy County Board of
County Commissioners on Tuesday, March 8, 2005 at 10:00
a.m. in the County Commissioner's Room, Bronson, Florida, to
hear the following items:
PETITION NO. PP 1-05 Pardue Land Surveying representing
Bill Austin, petitioning the Board for a Preliminary Plat of "Ar-
rowhead Meadows," a subdivision located in part of Section 1,
Township 11S, Range 14E, in Levy County. Said parcel contains
38.8 acres (portion of parcel no. 00533-000-00) more or less and
is located within an Agriculture/Rural Residential "A/RR" zone.
PETITION NO. SVA 1-05 Pardue Land Surveying representing
Bill Austin, petitioning the Board for a Variance from the Subdi-
vision Regulations, Article XI. Subdivisions, Division 3, Section
50-580(b) Depth to width ratio of 4 to 1 for ten acre tracts or
larger, on a parcel of land located in part of Section 1, Township
11S, Range 14E, in Levy County. Said parcel contains 38.8
acres (portion of parcel no. 00533-000-00) more or less and is
located within an Agriculture/Rural Residential "A/RR" zone.
PETITION NO. PP 2-05 Pardue Land Surveying representing
David Cox, petitioning the Board for a Preliminary Plat of "Ba-
hia Acres, Phase 2," a subdivision located in part of the SE 1/4
of Section 34, Township 10S, Range 14E, in Levy County. Said
parcel contains 27.85 acres more or less and has a land use des-
ignation of "LDR" Low Density Residential.
PETITION NO. FP 4-05 Pardue Land Surveying representing
Eve Robinson, petitioning the Board for a Final Plat of "Miscal,"
a subdivision replat of Cedars Mobile Home Paradise, Lot 1,
Block 1 and Cedar Haven Estates, Lot 1, Block I, in Sections 30
& 31, Township 14S, Range 14E, in Levy County. Said parcel
contains 3 acres more or less and is located within a commercial
"C-2" zone.
PETITION NO. FP 5-05 Pardue Land Surveying representing
Bett's Big "T," Inc. (Scott.Smith, President), petitioning the
board for a Final Plat of "Bett's Big T," a subdivision located in
that part of the NE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of Section 23, Township
11S, Range 14E, in Levy County. Said parcel contains 8.10
acres more or less and is located within an Industrial "I" zone.
PETITION NO. PP 3-05 McMillen Surveying representing Dana
Brown, petitioning the Board for a Preliminary Plat of "Brown's
Farm," a subdivision located in the E 1/2 of the NE 1/4 of the
NE 1/4 of Section 9, Township 14S, Range 18E, less and except
the rights of way.of LCR 547 (SE 160th Avenue) and LCR 326
(SE 30th Street), in Levy County. Said parcel contains 18.26
acres more or less and is located within an "A/RR" Agriculture/
Rural Residential zone.
PETITION NO. FP 6-05 Croft Land Surveying representing
Fred Snowman, petitioning the Board for a Final Plat of "Pre-
serves at Raleigh," a subdivision located on a parcel of land in
Section 15, Township 12S, Range 18E, Outside the Arredondo
Grant, and in Section 22, Township 12S, Range 18E, Inside the
Arredondo Grant, Levy County. Said parcel contains 21 acres
more or less and is located within an Agriculture/Rural Residen-
tial "A/RR" zone.
For a more complete and accurate legal description, please con-
tact the Levy County Dqvelopment Department at (352) 486-
5203.
PLANNING COMMISSION
There will be a regular meeting of the Levy County Planning
Commission on Monday, March 7, 2005 at 6:30 p.m. in the
County Commissioner's Room, Bronson, Florida to hear the fol-
lowing requests: .. ..
o PETwTIQN.:NO. PP 1-05 Pardue LanJ Sur'N.ing repre-ent-
ing Bill Austin, petitioning the Board for a Preliminary Plat of
"Arrowhead Meadows," a subdivision located in part of Section
1, Township 11S, Range 14E, in Levy County. Said parcel con-
tains 38.8 acres (portion of parcel no. 00533-000-00) more or
less and is located within an Agriculture/Rural Residential "A/
RR" zone.
PETITION NO. PP 2-05 Pardue Land Surveying represent-
ing David Cox, petitioning the Board for a Preliminary Plat of
"Bahia Acres, Phase 2," a subdivision located in part of the SE
1/4 of Section 34, Township 10S, Range 14E, in Levy County.
Said parcel contains 27.85 acres more or less and has a land use
designation of "LDR" Low Density Residential.
PETITION NO. FP 4-05 Pardue Land Surveying represent-
ing Eve Robinson, petitioning the Board for a Final Plat of "Mis-
cal," a subdivision replat of Cedars Mobile Home Paradise, Lot
1, Block I and Cedar Haven Estates, Lot 1, Block 1, in Sections
30 & 31, Township 14S, Range 14E, in Levy County. Said par-
cel contains 3 acres more or less and is located within a commer-
cial "C-2" zone.
PETITION NO. FP 5-05 Pardue Land Surveying represent-
ing Bett's Big "T," Inc. (Scott Smith, President), petitioning the
Board for a Final Plat of "Bett's BigT," a subdivision located in
that part of the NE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of Section 23, township
11S, Range 14E, in Levy County. Said parcel contains 8.10
acres'more or less and is located within an Industrial "I" zone.
.PETITION NO. PP 3-05 McMillen Surveying representing
Dana Brown, petitioning the Board for a Preliminary Plat of
"Brown's Farm," a subdivision located in the E 1/2 of the NE 1/
4 of the NE 1/4 of Section 9, Township 14S, Range 18E, less
and except the rights of way of LCR 547 (SE 160th Avenue) and
LCR 326 (SE 30th Street), in Levy County. Said parcel contains
18.26 acres more or less and is located within an "A/RR" Agri-
culture/Rural Residential zone.
PETITION NO. FP 6-05 Croft Land Surveying representing
Fred Snowman, petitioning the Board for a Final Plat of "Pre-
serves at Raleigh," a subdivision located on a parcel of land in
Section 15, Township 12S, Range 18E, Outside the Arredondo
Grant, and in Section 22, Township 12S, Range 18E, Inside the
Arredondo Grant, Levy County. Said parcel contains 21 acres
more or less and is located within an Agriculture/Rural Residen-
tial "A/RR" zone.
PETITION NO. SE 1-05 David Renaud, petitioning the
Board for a Special Exception to allow for a Small Animal Vete-
rinary Clinic, on a parcel of land located in US 19 No, 8 Addi-
tion, Block B, Lots 3, 4, 5 and 6, all located in Section 23,
Township 11S, Range 14E, in Levy County. Said parcel contains
1.19 acres more or less and has a land use designation of "C"
and zoning designation of C-3.
For additional information regarding these items, please con-
tact the Levy County Development Department at 486-5203.
Pub. February 24, March 3, 2005b.







Leslie Sapp ,E.



Contractor, Inc.


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Relay Service.
Danny J. Shipp
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: Gwen McElroy
Deputy Clerk
(COURT SEAL)..
Pub: February 24, March 3, 2005


Sometimes God calms
storm and sometimes
calms us in the midst of
storm.


LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 2004-CA-1042
LASALLE BANK, N.A., F/K/A
LASALLE NATIONAL BANK, AS
TRUSTEE UNDER THE POOLING
AND SERVICING AGREEMENT
DATED 06/01/1999, SERIES
1999-2
Plaintiff,
vs.
RENEE SCANLON; KERRY
SCANLON; UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF RENEE SCANLON; UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF KERRY
SCANLON; UNKNOWN TENANT
I; UNKNOWN TENANT II, and any
unknown heirs, devisees, grant-
ees, creditors, and other unknown
persons or unknown spouses
claiming by, through and under
any of the above-named Defen-
dants,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: RENEE SCANLON
11951 SE 59"' STREET
MORRISTON, FL 32668
OR
11950 SE 59"' STREET
MORRISTON, FL 32668
OR
328 TURKEY CREEK
ALACHUA, FL 32615
KERRY SCANLON
11951 SE 59"' STREET
MORRISTON, FL 32668
OR
11950 SE 59"' STREET
MORRISTON, FL 32668
OR
328 TURKEY CREEK
ALACHUA, FL 32615
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
KERRY SCANLON
11951 SE 59'"' STREET
MORRISTON, FL 32668
OR
11950 SE 59"' STREET
MORRISTON, FL 32668
OR
328 TURKEY CREEK
ALACHUA, FL 32615
KNOWN SPOUSE OF
RENEE SCANLON
11951 SE 59'1 STREET
MORRISTON, FL 32668
OR
11950 SE 59'h STREET
MORRISTON, FL 32668
OR
328 TURKEY CRREK
ALACHUA, FL 32615

LAST KNOWN ADDRESS
STATED, CURRENT ADDRESS

And any unknown heirs, devi-
sees, grantees, creditors and other
unknown persons or unknown
spouses claiming by, through and
under the above-named Defen-
dant(s), if deceased or whose last
known addresses are unknown.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action to foreclose Mort-
gage covering the following real
and personal property described as
follows, to-wit:
The North 1/2 of Northeast 1/4
of Southeast 1/4 of Section 23,
Township 14 South, Range 17
East, Levy County, Florida.
Subject to, and TOGETHER
WITH a 25 foot easement along
the Southerly side of the above
parcel. Said parcel also being
known as LOT 26, WISPERING
PINES, UNIT 2, an unrecorded
subdivision, TOGETHER WITH a
1982 Singlewide Mobile Home
ID# TWIFLHS1821.
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to it on
Elizabeth Shannon Pastras, Butler
& Hosch, P.A., 3185 South
Conway Road, Suite E, Orlando,
Florida 32812 and file the origi-
nal with the Clerk of the above-
styled Court on or before April 1,
2005, otherwise a Judgment may
be entered against you for the re-
lief demanded in the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said Court on the 16'h day of
February, 2005.
In accordance with the Ameri-
cans With Disabilities Act, per-
sons with disabilities needing a
special accommodation to par-
ticipate in this proceeding should
contact Court Administration at
355 South Court Street, Bronson,
Florida, Telephone (352) 486-
5100, not later than seven (7)
days prior to the proceeding. If
hearing impaired,
(TDD)1/800/955-8771, or Voice
(V) 1/800/955-8770, via Florida


March 11-13

The 12'h Annual Leno
Heritage Days Festival will
be held March 11-13, 2005.
School Day is March 11"
9:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m., ad-
mission is 1 canned food
item per person'.
Live entertainment, Kids
Corral, Time Travelers, Un-
cle Mike's Hug-n-Farm,
quilting, weaving, basket
making, spinning, carving,
Seminole Indians, Mountain
Men, Confederate Camps,
Cracker Cow Iunter Camp,
food vendors and a whole
lot more, will make for an


II


By Portia Sache
"Why do some objects
float or sink?" and "How
does your heart change with
activity?" Those were the
winning topics at the
Chiefland Elementary School
Science Fair on Tuesday,
February 15th. First grader
Jesse Lambright won first
place among the first-grade
students with the topic of
"Why do some objects float
or sink?" Second grade stu-
dent Kelsey Barber won first
place among second graders
with her topic of "How. does
your heart change with ac-
tivity?"
Other first grade winners
were as follows: Second
place went to Jackson Jost
with his project called
"Which helicopter falls the
fastest?" and third place went
to Dalton Koonce with his
project entitled "What hap-
pens if an electrical circuit is
broken?"
Other second grade win-
ners were as follows: Second


interesting visit.
Come to an educational,
family oriented period
event open to the public,
while also' providing assis-
tance to our area food
banks through our one
canned food item per per-
son admission fee.
Camp O'Leno State Park
is located on US 441, 6
miles North of High
Springs.
For more information call
386-454-1853.
Karen Locklear
Event Coordinator


3A


place went to Whitney Mills
with her topic of "Which
drink will decay human teeth
the quickest?" and third place
went to Tristin Allen with his
topic of "What will ants
come to eat first?"
The top five projects from
each class in the first and
second grades competed for
the top awards at the second
annual CES Science Fair.
Kindergarten students also
participated in the science
fair with group class projects.
Teachers at CES are com-
mitted to building a founda-
tion for science by deter-
mining age and task-
appropriate criteria for the
science projects. Young stu-
dents are taught the scientific
process through science ex-
periments and the explora-
tion of science concepts. The
science fair is an opportunity
for students to demonstrate
their understanding of sci-
ence by incorporating read-
ing and mathematics into
their projects.


Second grade student Kelsey Barber proudly displays her
first-place science fair project.


Jannie Bicknell is a professional quilter as well as the
quilts she pieces. She is a wonderful member and we are
so glad we have her at club on Thursdays.


Log Cabin

Quilters
The Log Cabin Quilters
met Thursday, February 17,
2005 at the Levy County
Quilt Museum. Lots of
quilting went on as well as
talking about our trip to the
fair in Tampa.' It was a great
day. We got to see the beau-
tiful sun come up and that
afternoon we 'watched it go
down and it made us all
thank God we live in a won-
derful place. We had a
woman driver and she was a
professional driver who
knew how to, drive that big
bus.
When we got there every-
one wanted to see if we had
any ribbons and there were


blue, red, and white on many
of the quilts and, crafts that
we entered. Next week we
will have pictures of the
winners but we have to say
that Jannie Bricknell won
first on her quilt and Chris-
tine Kimbrell, our youngest
member who is 12, got first
on her quilt. The rest we will'
let you know next week. It
was a wonderful day but eve-
ryone was so glad to be
home. One man said he
would have liked to have a
week down there so he could
see everything.
Lunch was again great and
we had two guests who en-
joyed our pot luck. We had
24 members and. two guests
present.
Winnelle Home


First grade student Quin Johnson and his teacher Mrs.
Sherry Parnell pose beside his science project that
received an honorable mention placement. Quin's
project was called, "Which cup will keep hot water warm
the longest?'



Jack Russell Races

Planned For Levy

County


The. 17th Annual Gold
Coast Terrier Trials are
coming to Levy County on
February 26 and 27, 2005.
The trials will take place at
the Black Prong Equestrian
Center near Bronson.


The two-day trial will fea-
ture about 300 Jack Russell
terriers and other working
classes of terriers. Patter-
dale/Fell Terriers, Lakeland
Terriers and Border Terriers
are working terriers that will
be included in the trials.


Levy County History
Thursday, February 24, 2005

77 Years Ago
William R. Coulter, Tax Assessor filed with the
Board a requisition for the purchase of 1000
envelopes for use in his office, said requisition was
approved by the Board.
And...
Dr. J.M. Willie, Mayor of Williston, appeared
before the Board and requested the use of one of
the County's convict cages for the purpose of
housing city prisoners at Williston until such time
that the city might build a jail, or until needed by
the County Commissioners. 'Whereupon,
Commissioner Yearty moved that the County loan
the town of Williston one of its County convict
cages, the riotion seconded by Commissioner
Clancy, and the same was unanimously carried.
From the Archives and History Center
Levy County Clerk's Office'
Danny J. Shipp, Clerk of Court


Page Seven


Chiefland Elementary

School Hosts Second

Science Fair


Leno Heritage Festival


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Obituaries


Mr. Lawrence E.
"Larry" Estes, Jr.

Mr. Lawrence E.
"Larry"- Estes, Jr., died
Wednesday, February 16,
2005 at his home in Willis-
ton. He was 63.
Mr. Estes was born in
Lewiston, Massachusetts and
moved to the Williston area
over 1,6 years ago from
Gainesville. He was a for-
mer sales representative of
General Mills and had re-
tired after 30 years of serv-
ice. Mr. Estes was a member
of the Touchdown Club,
Gainesville, the Williston
Golf and Country Club and
the Gator Boosters. He was
an avid fan of all Gator
Sports and also .enjoyed
golf and RVing.
He is survived by his wife,
JoAnn Estes of Williston;
three daughters, Elizabeth
Laine, Shelly Fowler and
Kelly Peck, all of Jackson-
ville; .three stepsons, Mike
Mullins, Sean Mullins and
Andy Mullins, all of Willis-
ton; one stepdaughter,
Tracy Harpe of Keystone
Heights; two sisters,, Frankie
Eaton of ,Ormond Beach
and Wilda Corbett of Jck)ll
Island, Georgia; and.. 9
grandchildren.
Arrangements were under
the care of Knauff Funeral
Home, Williston.


Mr. Stephen R. Knapp
Mr. Stephen R. Knapp of
Williston died Monday, Feb-
ruary 21, 2005. He was 50.
Mr. Knapp was born in
Brolixville, New York and
came to this area from
Belvidere, New York in
1978. He was a retired certi-
'fied nurse's aide and had
served in the United States:
Army. .. :
He is survived by his
mother. Marguerite McDon-
noellf,WVillistonp tw.qs.s ise..
Heather Clarke of King
George, Virginia and Andrea
Coram of Williston; and two
brothers, Thomas McDonnell
of King George and Mark
S McDonnell of Orange Lake.
A memorial service will be
held Friday. February 25.
2005 at 3:00 p.m. at Hiers-
Baxley Funeral Service in
Chiefland.
Arrangements are under
the care of HIERS-
BAXLEY FUNERAL
SERVICE, Chiefland.


SMrs.Pearl Poates
Long
I rs.Pe Pearl Poates Long,
died Tuesday. FchruarN 15,
'2005 at her home in Bron-
son. She was 86.
Mrs. Long was born in
Camp Shelby. Mississippi
-and mo ed to the Bronson
"area in 1996 from Jupiter.
She was a member of the
.Mead Memorial Episcopal
,Church and also belonged
:to-the Family Community
-Education Association. Mrs.
Long enjo ed all crafts.
SShe \was preceded in death'
:by a son, Charles Henr\
;Kerns and a daughter, Mary
:.largaret Simpson.
i She is sur\iived by her
*daughter. Viola Shrader of
'Bronson: eight grandchil-


dren; 12 great-grand-
children; and 14 great-
great-grandchildren.
Arrangements were under
the care of Knauff Funeral
Home.
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Mr. Harold Perkins

Tallahassee native Harold
Perkins died Saturday, Feb-
ruary 19, 2005, after a brief
illness. A 1947 graduate of
Leon High School, "Perk"
earned BS and Master's de-
grees in chemistry from
FSU, where he was a mem-
ber of the Theta Chi Frater-
nity. He did additional post-
graduate work at the Uni-
versity of New Mexico. He
served in the United, States
Coast Guard and retired as a
captain from the US Coast
Guard Reserve.
Harold- Perkins worked
with NASA from 1959-
1994. He held the patent on
the rocket stabilizer that al-
lowed the early rocket ships
to break the earth's atmos-
phere. Perk scryed under
Wernher Von Braun. Di-
rector of NASA's Marshall
Space Flight Center, work-
ing on the development of
the Explorer satellites, the
Jupiter and Jupiter-C rock-
ets. Pershing, the Redstone
rocket. Saturn rockets, and
Skylab, the world's first
space station. He also
worked on the : Hubble
Space telescope and various
shuttle payloads.
After .retiring' from
NASA, Harold Perkins lived
in Yankeetow\n. Florida, for
11 years where he enjoyed
flying and boaling.
He was preceded in death
by his parents William
"Bill" and Naomi Perkins.
'He is survived by his three
children, Harold Dean Per-
kins and his wife Dianne of
Tallahassee, a' daughter, Di-
ane Perkins Jacobson and
her husband Tom, also of
Tallahassee,.. and William.
Drew Perkins and his wife
Mary of Winter Garden; his
sister, Beverly Perkins Jones
of Marietta, Georgia, two
nieces, five grandchildren
and one great-grandchild.
Plans for a memorial
service will be announced
later.
In lieu of flowers, dona-
tions should be made to
Fragile X research through
the Mind Institute at Uni-
versity of California at
Davis:
UC Davis M.I.N.D. Insti-
tute
Health Sciences
Advancement
4900 Broadway,
Suite 1150
Sacramento, CA 95820
Phone: (888) 324-0464
or (916) 734-9585
Arrangements were under
the care of Cullev Funeral
Home, Tallahassee. FL
32308.


Mrs. Patricia Tillman

Mrs. Patricia Tillman of
Fanning Springs died
Wednesday, Februarxy 16.
2005 at her home. She was
46.
She was born in Tampa
and came here from Tampa
15 years :ago. She was a
\aitress.


She is survived by her
mother, Thelma Nation of
Fanning Springs; two
daughters, Roberta Perry of
Tampa and Lawanda Delvin
of Toronto, Ohio; three
brothers, Jimmy Nation and
Ricky Nation, both of Fan-
ning Springs, and Michael
Nation of Tampa; and four
grandchildren.
Arrangements were under
the care of Knauff Funeral
Home, Williston.


eBay Made
Easy

Intimidated by -eBay?
Don't be. CFCC is now of-
fering classes to show you
how to build a business on
the popular site.
Some might call Dan
Glasure and his business
partner father crazy' for
mortgaging their home to
buy a $27,000 model train
collection. But for the Glas-
ures. it was the best business
move they e\er made.
- "Business from our car-
pet cleaning company was
starting to decline," said
Glasure. "I had dabbled at
selling comic books on
eBay. and model trains were
m\ h0bb\. So. "hen this
big collection came up for
sale, we decided to take a
risk at selling trains on eBay
full-time."
That was five years ago.
Now.'Glasure's "dabbling"
has turned into one of the
largest model railroading
hobby shops in the world.
The shop, Dan's Trains, is
located in the Six Gun Plaza
on East' Silver Springs
Boulevard. Glasure opened
the store a year and a half
ago and now has 10 em-
ployees. eBay was so im-
pressed by his success story,
the\ featured it on the eBay
textbook published by
McGraw Hill.
"eBay is a great launch pad
for a successful business,"
said Glasure, who still Sells
on the site under the name
'Dans.Train.Depot.'
"Don't get 'me wrong, you
still have to' know a lot of
basic business principles,
but eBay definitely:, gives
you room to grow.%"
Through its own research,
cBa\ has determined that
430,000 entrepreneurs have
found '"room to grow" on

its site, selling everything
from private jet planes to
baseball cards. These entre-
preneurs "are making at
least part if not all of their
living as sellers (on eBay),"
said Jim "Griff" Griffith.
dean of eBay Education.
And there is money to be
made. According to eBay
figures, $3.27 billion worth
of goods were sold on the
site in 2004. With more
than 50,000 sales categories
and a presence in 32 inter-
national markets, the possi-
bilities are endless.
Glasure agreed that the
possibilities are endless, but
"you have to find your
niche to succeed."
Tom Burke, an eBay-
trained education specialist.
said there is a niche for :eve-
ryone. not just those' who
,want to do it full-time like
Glasure.
"There is no better way
' to get the most money from
your stuff than on eBay,'
said Burke. "You don't
,have to be a genius to sell
something on eBay. Any-
one with access to the Inter-
net and Post Office can do
ift." ".
For those who are hesitant
to sell or buy on eBay, the
CF Institute : at Ccntral
Florida Community College
is rnow offering several
courses designed to teach
people how simple it is to
use ,the 'popular e-
commerce site.
"I think it's cool that the


college is offering these
classes," said Glasure. "It
should be a big help for,

people to learn hands-on."
For more information
about the eBay classes at
CFCC, please -call (352)
854-2322, extension 1468,
or visit


www.cfcctraining.com.


basic reading instruction the
program also provides par-
ents with extra help in pre-
paring for their GED,, Flor-
ida High School Diploma,
ESOL classes, or Vocational
Certificate Preparation.
Tutoring resources are also
available for the parents, of
school-age children.
. Call Debbie Dye, Family
Literacy Project Coordina-
tor, at 493-9533 for more
information.


Now's The
Time To
Protect Your
Home From
Spring Floods

Hurricane season is not
the only time of the year to
prepare for flooding. Offi-
cials from the State of
Florida Emergency Re-
sponse Team (SERT) and
the Department of Home-
land Security's Federal
Emergency' Management
Agency (FEMA) urge Flo-
ridians to prepare now be-
fore heavy rains and spring
floods begin.
"Whether your community
has recurrent or occasional
flooding, there are defen-
sive measures that can. help,
minimize or prevent flood
damage 'to homes and
property," 'said Craig Fu-
gate, SERT state coordinat-
ing officer. "I realize many
Florndians are still reco\ver-
ing from the four hurri-
canes, but taking action now
to minimize flood losses
will go a long v\ay."
Floods can occur any-
where. Florida has a flat ter-
rain and after heavy rains.
when the ground is already
saturated, after r can flow\
across fields. yards and
streets. More than 25 per-
cent of the National Flood
Insurance Program's flood
insurance claims are for
structures outside identified
flood plains.
"Flooding is America's
most common natural dis-
aster. You can't stop a
flood, but there are things
you can do before a flood
to minimize loss and ensure
your safety," said Bill Car-
\\ile. federal coordinating
officer. "buying flood in-
surance is the best way to
protect yourself from flood
losses."
State and local officials
recommend the following
to minimize and protect
)our losses from flood
damage: '
Get flood insurance cov-
erage. Homeowners insur-
ance doesn't. cover, flood-
ing.. You can obtain flood
insurance through the Na-
tional Flood Insurance Pro-
gram. It takes 30 days for a
policy to go into effect, so
.don't wait. Call sour insur-
ance agent, or find an agent
near you by calling 1-800-
427-2419. :
Visit the FloodSmart Web
site at w\\w.floodsmarl.gov.
You can find out about
your flood risk, how to
protect your property and
how to obtain flood insur-
ance.
Stay informed of \weather
conditions for your area.
Be prepared to move
valuable possessions to up-
per floors or to safe ground
if possible.
Plan for evacuation. Plan
and practice a' flood
evacuation route, ask some-
one out of state to be your
"family contact" in case.,
people are separated and be
sure everyone knows the
contact's address and
,phone number.



CFCC To
Offer
Family
Literacy
Program

A neci Family 'Literacy
Program for parents of
school-age children is now
,being offered ai CFCC's
Levyn County Center in
Chiefland. In addition to


help landowners should
they have questions or con-
cerns about their plans. At
around the fifth year. we
look forward to checking in
.with,our 'Itewardship land-
'owners' ti s'ee":hlw'l the"' are
coming along with their
plans.. Many of these laind-
owners' have done an ex-
cellent job following the
recommendations in their
Forest Stewardship Plan.
SThe Forest Stewardship
Program provides awards
used to recognize out-
standing achievement in
land management.
It is with great pleasure
that I announce the names
of the 2004 Forest Steward-
ship Program Certifications.
These four landowners
epitomize good forest stew-
ardship. They have all had
management plans written
based on their objectives for
their properties and have all
done exemplary jobs im--
plementing practices rec-
ommended as well as being
willing to experiment with
new ideas.
The 2004 Levy Forest
Stewardship Program Certi-
fied Landowners are:
Dr. Bill Bennett of Levy
County. Kate Boulos and
Greg Brannon of Levy
County, Bill and Tom Peter-
son of Tampa Bay and
Jimmy and Patty Hitson of
Levy County.
A walnui plaque-has been:
etched for each of these
Stewardship participants in
recognition of the achieve-
ment and continuous dedi-
cation to good land man-
agement these landowners
have demonstrated.
Congratulations to these
Certified Forest Stewardship
landowners. Throughout
the year, I will be visiting
more properties and ceiti-'
fyinig more landowners.
If you would like to be a
part of the Forest Steward-
ship Program, please give
my office a call at 352-486-
5325. I will be glad to assist
you any way I can;
For more information on
the.- Web about this and,
other forestry related in-
formation, please visit:
Shttp:/,'ww -w.geocities.comilev
ycountyagccnter/levy.himl
Sara Kohan
Levy County Forester;
Worry is like' a rocking chair.
You may feel* like you're doing
something; but it won't get you
anywhere.


The Forest
Stewardship
Program

The Forest Stewardship
Program has become in-
creasingly popular among
landowners in Levy County.
It is designed to assist land-
owners as they strive to
achieve multiple land use
management objectives. As
more people move to our
area from other parts of
Florida and the country,
they hope to learn as much
as they can about the eco-
system and how they can
live, with it .as opposed to
dramatically altering it for
their purposes. Without pro-
fessional forestry and wild-
life management assistance,
this can be a daunting and
exhausting task. This is
Where the Forest Steward-
ship Program comes in.
Landowners have an op-
portunity to take part in a
program that will, assist
them in reaching their land
management goals. We an-
sw'er their questions about
forest land management
and write them a 5-year
management plan, but that
is not the primary function
we perform. The most im-
portant stage of the steward-
ship process is talking tothe
landowner and .determining
exactly what that landowner
would like to achieve. The
entire management plan is a
function of the goals and
objectives the landowner
has determined. VW are
available to tweak the plan
as conditions \%arrant or as
the landowner may have a
change in objective.
After the plan is written,
the Florida Di\ ision of For-
estry and the Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission are available to


iI.S. Representative Ginn\
Brown-Waite announced
that she is accepting appli-
cations for the summer
21105 Republican Page Pro-
gram.
"Spending a summer in
Washington as a Page is an
exciting and once in a life-
time educational experi-
ence." Said Rep. Brow\n-
Waite. "Students will regu-
larly be in the presence of
Members of Congress and
their offices and learn about
the legislative process first-
hand. \\ashingon. DC is a
treasure trove of history and
civic lessons, and offers a
great chance for our teens
to broaden ...their horizons
and education. 'f l6ok for-
ward to review. ing our local
teens' applications and,-
hopefull\. will have two
qualified candidates that I
can sponsor.
Each Republican Member
of Congress is afforded the
chance to submit two appli-
cations for admission to the
summer Page program.
\Vith only 44 slots available
for 232 members. the se-
lection process for the
summer sessions is both
rigorous and challenging.
The first summer session
\ill last from June 13 to
July 1, and the second


Driver Safety
Class To Be
Held In
Chiefland
March 7-9
An AARP Driver Safety
class will be held at the
Chiefland Senior Citizen
Center, located at 305 SW "'
Street in Chiefland. on
March 7th'and 9th at 8:30 a.m.
The AARP program is a-
classroom refresher course
specially designed for mature
motorists age 50 and over.


LICENSED
& INSURED


,umnier session, will begin
Jul\ 11 and conclude on
July 29. Interested, appli-
cants should contact Rep.
Brown-Waite's district of-,
fice toll free at 1-8.66-
SGWAITE-5, to request an
application.
To be qualified and con-
sidered by the U.S. House
of Representatives Page
program, applicants must be
at least 16 \ears of age at
the time of their appoint-
ment and have a cumulative
grade point average of a
'B' or better in the five
major subject areas. Addi-
tionally. summer program
applicants may only serve
as a Page during the sum-
mer-before or.-the summer
after their junior year in
high school.
All applicants will be re-
quired to complete an ap-
plication form with the fol-
lowing information: Social
Security number, official
high school transcript, re-
sume of extra-curricular
activities, three letters of
recommendation and a 50-
100 \word essay on why
they \want to be a Republi-
can Page.
All application materials
must be returned to Rep.
Brown-Waite's office b\
March 22, 2004.


The two-da\ course fee is
$10 per person and a certifi-
cate of completion will be is-
sued which may entitle you
to an insurance premium dis-
count. good for three years.
The course helps drivers
refine existing skills and de-
velop safe. defensive driving
techniques.
To register call Gerry
Walling at 352-543-5749.


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Chiefland Police Department was hard at work near mid-
town Jiffy. Last Wednesday, February the 16th, K-9
Unit Jeremy Bolton stopped a vehicle for a violation of
window tint laws and the K-9 Unit dog found Marijuana.
A St. Pete man was given a notice to appear for
possession of illegal substance. Sergeant Trembley was
called to the scene. Left to right: Jeremy Bolton, the K-9
handler: suspect. and Sergeant Trembley.



Rep Brown Waite

Seeking Page

Applications From

Fifth District Teens


HurBRUARY 24, 2005


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Classified Ads
Classified ads are $5.00 per week, 20 words, if ad exceeds 20 words,
each additional word is $0.10, deadline is Monday at noon.


LOST AND
FOUND
If you've lost an animal,
dog or cat, please contact
the Levy County Animal
Control at 486-5138
www.levycountyanimal.pet
finder.org. tfnf
PERSONALS
AA MEETINGS held on
Tuesday and Friday nights
at the Levy County Court-
house in Bronson. All
meetings are held at 7:00
S p.m.

FOR SALE
New MOWER & CHAIN-
SAW PARTS: Stihl,
Husqvarna, Ayp, Murray,
Sears, MTD, Briggs,
Kohler, Robin, and Honda.
Blades for most mowers.
Beauchamp Saw Shop,
493-4904 t 1/5/06p
Land and home ready to
move in. 3/2 Skyline, too
many extras to list. $59,900
cash. Call 352-231-3776.'
2/17,24b
WANTED TO
BUY
Single family lot to 20-acre
parcel. Will look at all, and
respond to all. Archer,
Bronson and Williston
area. Call Tom 352-317-
2476 2/3,10,17,24p
SERVICES
Mako Plastering, free es-
timates, stucco, marble,
acro-crete, from the Keys
to Georgia. Office 352-
486-4316 Guarantee sat-
isfaction. 2/24 b tfn
T & J Tree Service. Li-
censed and insured, free
estimates, 17 years experi-
ence, and .:24-hr,. emer-
"gency service: '@all63'52v,
- 486-6297. 3/31p '
Bush Hog Services. Land
clearing, finish, mowing,
box blade. Dependable and
reliable. For free estimates
call 352-463-0512.
2/3,10,17,24b

Mowing, trimming, sod,
shrub grooming, mulch-
ing, fertilizing, pressure
washing, seasonal clean
up, complete landscaping!
Licensed and insured. Call
Terry, (352) 486-1365, Cell
(352) 281-3203. 2/24b tfn
Boat Motor Repair. Free
motor diagnostics, rebuilt
motors, buy, sell and
trade. Layman Outboard
Repair. 352-486-7096
2/24b tfn


Trees, Trees,
Langston Tree
Inc. Call (352)
2/24b tfn


Trees.
Service,
463-0021


YARD SALE
Spring plants arriving,
shrubs, flowers, trees,
veggie plants and more.
Every Thursday, Friday
and Saturday, 9:00 a.m. till
5:30 p.m. corner of NE
158th Ave. and Alternate
US 27, 3 1/2 miles from
Williston. Call 352 528-
9286 2/24b tfn


Levy County

Sheriffs

Report
The Levy County Sheriffs
Department released the fol-
lowing arrest report on Mon-
day, February 21, 2005.
On February 11, 2005,
Natalie Lynn Andrus of Far-
randsville, Pennsylvania,
D.O.B. 8/26/79, was arrested
.on the charge of possession
of methamphetamine. Bail
in the amount of $5,000 was
set.
On February 11, 2005, Eric
Charles Bilbay of Jersey
Shore, Pennsylvania, D.O.B.
8/7/77, was arrested on the
charge, of possession of
methamphetamine.. Bail in
the amount of $15,000 was
set. A warrant was also
found out of Clinton County,
Pennsylvania for failure to
appear/criminal attempt, bur-
glary, theft, possessing in-
struments of crime, and
criminal mischief. He was
being held without bond at
the time of publication.
On February 11, 2005,
Terry Craft of Bronson,
D.O.B. 8/24/69, was arrested
on the charge of writ of bod-
ily attachment (non-support).
A cash purge in the amount
of $750.00 was required.
On February 11, 2005,
Ja.imes. Raindolpli Johnson of
Williston, D.O.B. 1/7/55-,
was arrested at the Levy
Count. Jail on a Levy
County warrant on charges
of battery, on person age 65
or older, fleeing and eluding,
and .aggravated assault on
police (2 counts). Bail in the
amount of $100,000 was set.
On February 11, 2005,
Tracy .Anette Kennedy of
Old Town, D.O.B. 5/18/86,
was arrested at the Gilchrist
County Jail on a Levy.
County warrant on charges.
of violation of proba-
tion/forgery (2 counts), ut-
tering forged instrument, and
possession of drug parapher-
nalia. She was being held
without bond at the time of
publication.
On February 12, 2005, Joel
Covarrubias of Williston,
D.O.B. 1/27/62, was arrested
on charges of criminal mis-
chief and domestic assault.
Bail in the amount of
$1n05 nnn was aet


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On February 12, 2005,
James Hampton of Trenton,
D.O.B. 1/10/82, was arrested
on charges of possession of
cocaine, possession of co-
caine with intent to distrib-
ute, and possession of drug
paraphernalia. Bail in the
amount of $42,500 was set.
On February 13, 2005,
Bobby Duffy of Chiefland,
D.O.B. 5/14/81, was arrested
on a Levy County warrant on
the charge of violation of
probation/robbery. He was
being held without bond at
the time of publication.
On February 13, 2005,
Kenivel J. Gates of Willis-
ton, D.O.B. 3/10/75, was ar-
rested on the charge of ag-
gravated assault with a motor
vehicle (domestic). Bail in
the amount of $7,500 was
set.
On February 13, 2005,
Gary Allan Halbe of Mor-
riston, D.O.B. 3/18/51, was
arrested on charges of tam-
pering with victim and do-
mestic battery. Bail in the
amount of $7,500 was set.
On February 13, 2005,
Shane Gerald Ogden of
Citra, D.O.B. 11/6/78, was
arrested on a Marion County
warrant on charges of
worthless checks (4 counts)'.
He was being held without
bond at the time of publica-
tion to be transported tb
Marion County.
On February 13, 2005,
Richard B. Tisdale of Bron-
son, D.O.B..2/28/59, was ar-
rested' on charges of domes-
tic battery and tampering
with victim. Bail in the
amount of $7,500 \as set.
On February 44,; 2005,
Mitchell F. Cooper of
Williston, D.O.B. ,8/4/77,
was arrested on the charge of
domestic battery. Bail in the
amount of $2.500 was set.
On February 14, 2005,
April Marie Salle\ of
Chiefland, D.O.B .' 2/4/75,
was arrested on. a Levy
County warrant on charges,
of violation of proba-
tion/burglary of structure and
ii'4ilre,.to appearigrand theft
auto. She was being held
without bond at the time of
publication on the. first
charge and bail in the amount,
of $5;000 was set on the sec-
ond.
On February 15, 2005, Elie
Rives Jr. of Williston,
D.O.B. 2/15/54, was arrested
on a Levy County warrant on
the charge of violation of
probation/driving while un-
der the influence. He was
released on his own recogni'-
zance.
On February) 16, 2005, Jef-
frey Patterson of Bronson,
D.O.B. 11/3/83, was arrested
on a Levy County warrant on
the charge of violation of
probation/possession ,of can-
nabis, He was being held
without bond at the time of
publication.
On February 16, 2005, Ray
Gilbert Phelps of Trenton,
D.O.B. 2/14/61, was arrested
on a Levy County warrant on
the charge of violation of
probation/battery. He was
being held without bond at
the time of publication.
On February 16, 2005,
Brian Stokes of Chiefland,
D.O.B. 8/7/78, was arrested
at the Levy County Jail on a
Levy County warrant on the
charge of violation of com-
munity supervision and
driving while license sus-
pended or. revoked (know-
ingly). He was being held
without bond at the time' of
publication on the first
charge and bail in the amount
of $2,500 was set on the sec-
ond. '
On February 16,. 2005, Mi-
chael D. Whiting of Inglis,
D.O.B. 4/27/54, was arrested
on the charge of domestic


battery. Bail in the amount of
$5,000 was set.
. On February 17, 2005,
Mary J. Rogers of Williston,
D.O.B. 5/24/64, was arrested
at the Levy County Jail on a
court-ordered revocation of
pre-trial release (warrant) on
the charge of burglary with
assault or battery. Bail in the
amount of $50,000 was set.
On February 17, 2005, Jo-
seph Tomas mI of Old Town,
D.O.B. 6/29/82, was arrested
on,.the charge of driving


while license suspended or
revoked. No disposition was
given on the report.
On February 17, -2005,
Kenneth Wesley of Willis-
ton, D.O.B. 11/4/87, was ar-
rested at the Levy County
Jail on a Levy County war-
rant on charges of larceny/
theft over $300/less than
$15,000, burglary of struc-
ture or conveyance and lar-
ceny/grand theft first degree
over $100,000. Bail'in the
amount of $2,000 was set.
On February 17, 2005,
Henry Wade Yawn of Bron-
son, D.O.B. 4/17/65, was ar-
rested on the charge of driv-
ing while license suspended
or revoked (habitual traffic
offender). Bail in the amount
of $5,000 was set,;

Levy County
Needs
Correctional
Officers

Levy County needs more
correctional officers ac-
cording to. state labor mar-
ket statistics. The expected
2005 growth fate fdr the
county is 3.48 percent. Ap-
proximately 75 correctional
officer' positions are located
at the Levy Forestr. Work
Camp, which i f par of the
Lowell Correctional Insti-
tute .
Training for, a correc-
tional officer has never
been easier, according to
Marilyn Escue, of the Levy
County Educational OP-
portunity Cen'wer.
"First, the :, applicant is
hired by the state with full
benefits and pa\ of $2000 a
month," said Escue. "After
a couple of months pn
modified duty at a correc-
tional facility trainees com-
plete 15 weekss of classes at
.Central Florida 'Community
College in; Ocala. receiving
pay just as if they were
working full ,,time. There is
no charge fqr tuition and
A'female XvhQ earned cer-
tification as a correctional
officer in 2000 at the age of
19 said, "It'., quick and
easy, iand you're getting
your foot in the door to-,
wards getting, a degrees in
criminology gi for cross-
over training to get into law
enforcement or correctional
probation.". r :
Local residents interested
in corrections as a career
may apply by contacting
Escue,,at the CFCC Levy
Center,,, (352) 493-9533,
extension 2108,


North

Florida
Livestock ,
Market
Report
Receipts at' the North
Florida Livestd~k Market in
Ellisville .on Wed nesday,
February 16, 2005 were: this
week 457, last:.week 516,
and last year 45$.
Trends:' Slaughter 'cows
and bulls steady to 2.00
lower. Feeder steers and
heifers steady. Feeder and
replacement cows steady.
Feeder steers and heifers un-
der 600 pounds 44 percent
(25 percent steers, 19 percent


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Robert Lee Duke
Date of birth: 11-3-60
Last known Address:
Archer
Wanted for: FTA
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Nicholas E.
Edmundson
Date of birth: 3-14-79
- Pd J s Last known Address:
Gainesville
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Date of birth: 2-15-68
Last known Address:
Old Town
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Date of birth: 3-19-58
Last known Address:
Williston
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Date of birth: 1-10-64
Last known Address:
Old Town
Wanted for: FTA
Worthless Check.


Anyone knowing the whereabouts or having any information
about the above individuals, please contact the
Levy County Sheriff's Office at 486-5111
or to remain anonymous call Crime Stoppers at 1-877-349-8477.


heifers), slaughter cows and
bulls 52 percent, replacement
cows 4 percent.
Slaughter Co\\s Boner 80-
85 percent: 930-1060 (986)
52.50-58:00 (54.82); 1145-
1291 (1247). 53.00-58.00
(56.06); 1357-1560 (1462)
54.50-60.00 (56.54); 1335-
1720 (1519) 53.00-58.00
(56.04). Holsfeins.
Slaughter Bulls Y.G. 1:
1190-1495 (1349) 59.00-
68:00 (64.01); 1550-1880
(1700) 62.50-67.00 (64.66);
1655-1713 (1684) 72.00-
74.00 (73.02) high dressing.
Feeder Steers and Bulls
Medium and Large 112: 310-
335 (324) 142.50-150.00
(1"47 6.0')`, 36,0-380 (372)
140.OOT47.30't i44.9);"4r-
430 (420) 135.00-145.00
(140.39);, 465-485 (472)
112.00-127.50 (122.19); 510-
535 (525).,108.00-113.00
(110.30).
Feeder Steers and Bulls
Medium and Large 2-3: 305-
330. (317) 124.00-132.00
(128.58); :360-380 (371)
124.00-130.00 (126.53); 410-
445 (422) 105.00-115.00
(109.39); 460-485 (471)
97.00-110.00 (100.67); 510-
530 (523) 97.00-108.00
(100.57).
Feeder Heifers Medium
and Large 1-2: 305-330 (318)
120.00-132:50 (125.58); 365-
390 (381) 125.00-128.00
(126:82); 405-445 (425)
110.00-125.00 (119.15); 465-
480 (474) :104.00-106.00
(104.59);: 510-540 (524)
101.00-104.00 (102.74).
Feeder Heifers Medium
and Large 2-3: 320-335 (325)
110.00-117.50 (114.76); 360-
390 (377) 109.00-114.00
(111.27); 400-445 (428)
103.00-110.00 (105.53); 510-
535 (522) 96.00-99.00
(97.54).
Bred Cows Medium and
Large 1-2: 950-1080 (1043)
70.00-78.00 -(73.37) 4-6
months bred; 1101-1125
(1113) 77.00-79.00 (78.01)
4-6 months bred.


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Yulee
Railroad Days
To Be
Celebrated
June 3-5

The governor and our
elected representatives have
all been invited, and so are
you. This year's Yulee Rail-
road Days are celebrating
not only the 150th anniver-
sary of Yulee's Cross-
Florida Railroad, but also
the City of Archer's 150'
birthday and Maddox
Foundry's. 100'1 ''anniver-,
:;."'Wbai a; L Y'lL- tioi.n w ,
have planned! .
It begins Friday, June 3,
2005, at 5 p.m., at the De-
pot' and' continues through
Sunday, June 5". A high-
light will be the Anniversary
Commemorations at 12
noon Saturday at the Depot.'
Plan on attending.
The Archer Historical So-
ciety and. Museum contin-
ues to be dependent .on
your tax-deductible contri-
butions, which we appreci-
ate very much.
All membership dues are


$ TAX
TIPS J


The child tax credit equals
$1,000 per qualifying child. In
2011 the credit is scheduled to
'drop to $500.


also due. They continue to,
be $10 per year for all'
members less than 65 years
old, and $25 for a lifetime,
membership for those over
65.
Please send your contri-
bution and membership
dues to the Archer Histori-
cal Society, P.O. Box 1400,
Archer, FL 32618.
Historically,
Phil Denton'
President and Chairman'


Board Of
Directors Of
The Nature
Coast Business..
Development
Council
To Meet
March 9

The next regular meeting-
of the Board of Directors of.
the Nature Coast Business-
Development Council is
scheduled for Wednesday,'
March 9, 2005, at 8:00 a.m.,"
at 380 South Court Street,'
Bronson.


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Hurricane Charley

Assistance Continues To

Flow To Victims And


Communities
Hurricane Charley made
landfall August 13, 2004 as a
Category 4 storm on Flor-
ida's west coast city of Port
Charlotte. By the time it
crossed and exited the state's
east coast, north of Daytona
Beach as a Category 1 hurri-
cane, 2.7 million individuals
had been forced to evacuate.
Nearly 1.2 million house-
holds were without power
and there were 143,000
communication outages re-
ported.
The State Emergency Re-
sponse Team (SERT) and
the U.S. Department of
Homeland Security's Fed-
eral Emergency Manage-
ment agency (FEMA) mo-
bilized what would become
rescue and recovery efforts
for the second most costly
hurricane in United States
history according to insur-
ance experts.
In the six months since
Hurricane Charley, three
more hurricanes descended
upon the state of Florida in
a seven-week period. The
devastation left by these
four events has caused
nearly 1.23 million victims
to apply for federal and
state assistance. Approved
aid for disaster damages to
date has surpassed $4 bil-
lion:
$1.130 billion for assis-
tance including housing,
personal property and other
expenses, crisis counseling
and legal services;
$1.170 billion for emer-
gency response and protec-
tive measures;
$1.34 billion from the U.S.
Small Business Adfninistra--
tion (SBA) for low-interest
loans to repair storm-
damaged homes and busi-
nesses; and $424.5 million in
public assistance funds to
help local governments atid
certain private, nonprofit en-
tities repair and rebuild infra-
structure and buildings, and
clear an estimated 53 million
cubic yards of debris fol-
lowing the disasters.
Almost 860,00 housing
inspections have been com-
pleted and Floridians are re-
siding in more than 15,000
manufactured units brought,
into the state by FEMA to
house residents with no
other means.
The deadline for all
homeowners, renters and
business owners who sus-
tained damage from hurri-
canes Charley, Frances, Ivan
and Jeanne to apply for
federal and state. disaster as-
sistance has been extended
until February 28, 2005.
Officials urge individuals to
register by calling FEMA at
1-800-621-FEMA (3362).
The hearing-or speech im-
paired should call TTY 1-
800-462-7585. Both :num-
bers operate. daily from 8
a.m. to 6 p.m., Eastern
Standard Time.
Applicants also may reg-
ister for assistance online at
FEMA's website,
http://www.fema.gov. Look
for and click on the words
"Register for. Disaster As-
sistance Online" located in
the right-hand side of the


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The State Emergency Re-
sponse Team (SERT) is a
collaboration of Florida's
state agencies led by the
state coordinating officer.
SERT's mission is to ensure
that Florida is prepared to
respond to emergencies, re-
cover from them, and miti-
gate their impacts. Visit
http://www.floridadisastcr.org
for the latest information on
the hurricane relief efforts.
FEMA prepares the na-
tion for all hazards and
manages federal response
and recovery efforts fol-
lowing any national inci-
dent, FEMA also initiates
mitigation activities, trains
first responders, works with
state and local emergency
managers, and manages the
National Flood Insurance
Program and the U.S. Fire
Administration. FEMA be-,
came part of the U.S. De-
partment of Homeland Se-
curity on March 1, 2003.
For information on SERT
go to
www.floridadisaster.org: For
FEMA, go to www.fema.gov
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Bar Speakers
Bureau
Provides
Volunteer
Attorney
Speakers

The Florida Bar Speakers
Bureau provides volunteer
attorney speakers for cul-
tural, professional, civic, and
community organizations
throughout Florida, at no
cost to your organization.
Among the more than 1500
speaker volunteers are at-
torneys who have experi-
ence in family law. Subjects
included in this topic are:
premarital agreements, ad-
vice to newly marrieds,
adoption, family mediation,
divorce and shared parent-
ing.
Speakers are also avail-
able on topics ranging from
purchasing a home, to legal
guides for new adults, what
to do if you are arrested,
and health law.
Speakers go into cultural
organizations, senior citi-
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facilities, schools, churches,
condominium associations,
professional organizations,
libraries, civic and commu-
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meeting places to provide
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Old Town
Man
Killed In
Two-Vehicle
Accident
Friday Night
Near Cross
City
An Old Town man, trav-
eling in Dixie County, was
killed February 18th at 10:20
p.m. when he failed to stop at
the intersection of CR 351
and CR 353, seven miles east
of Cross City.
The Florida Highway Pa-
trol reported that Robert G.
Counterman, 57, of. Old
Town, was driving a 1995
two-door Ford when he
failed to yield at the inter-
section Friday night. He was
traveling alone in the vehicle.
The accident report indicates
that Mr. Counterman was
traveling south on CR-353
approaching the intersection
of CR 351. A 2000 Cadillac,
driven by-Troy J. Neeley, 32,
of Jacksonville, was traveling
west on CR 351 approaching
the intersection. As Mr.
Counterman drove through
the intersection, his vehicle


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was hit in the driver's side
door area by the front portion
of Mr. Neeley's vehicle.
Upon impact Mr. Counter-
man's vehicle traveled off
the roadway onto the south
shoulder of the CR 351
where it rotated counter-
clockwise partially before
hitting a tree and coming to a
final rest facing east.
Following the impact, Mr.
Neeley's vehicle traveled off
the highway onto the south
shoulder where it rotated
counterclockwise before
traveling into a tree line and
striking several small shrubs
before coming to final rest
facing east.

The vehicle driven by Mr.
Neeley had' Cheryl Howell
Neeley, 42, of Cross City as
a passenger in the vehicle at
the time of the accident.
Trooper John Gikas re-
ported that Robert G. Coun-
terman was pronounced de-
ceased at the scene by Dixie
County Emergency Medical
Service paramedics. Troy J.
and Cheryl Howell Neeley
both received incapacitating
injuries and were transported
to Shands at the University
of Florida for treatment.
Florida Highway Patrol
Corporal G. D. Potter and
Trooper Gikas reported that


the results from the drivers'
blood alcohol tests are
pending as a portion of the
accident investigation.
Charges in this accident were
pending at press time.


Ethel Lane
Nobles
Celebrates
100th Birthday
Ethel Nobles and family
will be celebrating her 100th
birthday on Saturday, March
12 at the community center
in Fort White, 17579 SW SR
47, from 11:30 a.m. until
3:30 p.m. All family and
friends are cordially invited.
Due to the large number at-
tending, a covered dish
would be appreciated.
Ethel Nobles is the daugh-
ter of Joseph Simon Lane
and Florida Higginbotham.
She was born near Trenton
and grew up with her three
brothers (Dan, Dennis and
Rob), a sister (Bethel'
Tucker), four half-brothers
(Mack, Sherman, Horace and
Stanley Lane) and a half-
sister (Edna Polk Barber).
She also had three step-
sisters and a step-brother.
Ethel was born March 10,


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1905 and married Silas No-
bles at the courthouse in In-
verness on November 27,
1929. They raised seven
children: Harvey (deceased),
Hazel Brennan of Cocoa,
Julia Langford of Fort White,
Bethel Crawford of Live
Oak, Iris Arnold of Inglis,
Irvin Nobles of Christmas
and Loretta McKinney of
Brooksville. She also has 30
grandchildren, 69 great-
grandchildren, 26 great-
great-grandchildren, and sev-


eral others that call her
Grandma.
,Mrs. Nobles lived in La-
belle for awhile then moved
to Tampa, where she lived
about 20 years until Mr. No-
bles passed away in 1985.
She stayed in Christmas for
about six months and then
eventually moved with Julia
and Herman Langford to Fort
White. In October 2003, she
went to live at the Surrey
Place Care Center in Live
Oak.


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