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Title: Levy County journal
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Language: English
Publisher: R.B. Child
Place of Publication: Bronson Fla
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Log Cabin Quilters
Do Well At State
Fair
Page 6
Football Awards
Page 4


Tides 8
Classifieds 9
Legals 6,7
Obituaries 8
Church News 4
Livestock Report 10
Land Transactiois 2

Holcomb,

Byrd And

Jones

Elected

To

Williston

Council
By Cindy Jo Ayers
Williston had a total of
447 ballots; cast in the
Tuesday, March 1,
Williston City Council
Member election.
The City Council
"Group A" race was won
by Benny Steve Holcomb
with a total of 344 votes.
Holcomb retained his seat
by beating Maxine
Krueger who received
103 votes.
City Council "Group
B" race was won by Cal
Byrd w\ho beat out Justin
Landon. Byrd received
323 votes while Landon
received 121 votes.
The "Group C" City
SCouncil seat was won by
former council member
Debra French Jones who
.received a total of 262
Votes. Ms. Jones beat out
Adam Sanders w\ho
received 185 votes.
A total of 32 absentee
ballots were cast.


Chiefland


By Portia Sache.

"Get ready with the
ribbons, Judge!" The 53rd
Suwannee River Fair and
Livestock Show will begin.
on Saturday. March 5th with
the Horse Show followed by
a Heifer Sho\w. Heifers will
be exhibited for the first time
in many years at the annual
Suwannee River show
that takes place at Fanning
Springs.
Jean Jones is
superintendent for the new%
heifer show:. She reports
that 4-H and FFA members
from Levy, Gilchrist and
Dixie ciounint-i h-.e ell;ered
44 heifers in the new\ event
that \\ill begin at 7:00 p.m.
on Saturday evening. The
heifers range between six
months and twenty-four
months of age. Most of the
heifers are crossbred cattle
that are representative of
the type of cattle found on
the commercial cow -calf


operations in the tri-counti
area.
Many of the heifer
exhibitors will be ne\\ to
the show-ring, show ing their
first animal. However, there
are several veteran shol\ men
that have shown steers
and some that have shown
heifers at other heifer show\ s
around the state of Florida.
Jones states the new
heifer show is a very
exciting addition to the
Suwannee River Fair. It
will gile tri-county youth
the opportunity to highlight
a segment of agriculture that
is very important to our state.
A.-ccoiding io the Febru.u) 1,
2005 Florida Agricultural
Statistics report. Florida is
ranked seventeenth among
all states in total number of
cattle and 12th in beef cattle.
All cattle and calves on
Florida farms and ranches
as of January 2005 totaled
1.740,000 head. Beef cows
totaled 952.000 head.
WIMkM'. 12&$ .


legan \Vhitehurst of \illiston will be exhibiting her
heifer and her horse at the Suwannee River Fair. hlegan
is a Levy County 4-H member at large.


Landon Snlini, a member of Bronson Kountry kids 4-H,
is shown \with his heifer which he will be showing on
Saturday. Landon took third place at the Florida State Fair.
recently in the Showmanship competition with his heifer.


Suwannee River Fair

And Livestock Show

Begins Saturday


The 53rd annual Suwan-


nee River Fair and Livestock
Show and Sale will begin on
Saturday, March 5' at the
Fanning Springs livestock
pavilion. The fair begins
with a horse show followed
by a heifer show on Saturday
evening.
Registration for the horse
show begins at 8:00 a.m.
Saturday morning. Partici-,
pants are required to take a
mandatory horse quiz at 9:
00 a.m. The actual horse
show begins at 10:00 a.m.
%with showmanship and hal-
ter classes.
Levy, Gilchrist and Di-
xie County 4-H and FFA
Members will be able to
participate in, performance
events such as walk-trot,
obedience. western horse-
manship. western pleasure


Two Missmn Georgia Teens


and trail classes. The horse
show will conclude \with
speed events that include
competition in pole bending.
barrel racing and keyhole
and stakes races.
Joel Layfield, co-superin-
tendent for the horse show
reports 59 entries, which
represents an increase in
the number of entries for the
2005 horse show. The show
\rill feature 24 classes that
are divided into junior and
senior categories.
The annual Suwannee
Riher Horse Show provides
an opportunity for tri-county
youth to ride and compete in
a local event. Many partici-
pants will be competing for
the first time. Others will be
veterans that have partici-
pated in previous Suwannee
Ri\er Fairs.


Annexation

Process Found In Gulf Near Suwannee

Proceed d According to the Florida missing canoeists. a flashlight from the missing, pulled togeth,
Fish and Wildlife Conera-, The FWC and the U.S. canoe and an adult leader and vors who we


By Cindy Jo Ayers
Chiefland City Commis-
sioners voted 3 to 2 to pro-
ceed with the next step to-
ward annexing land located
north of Chiefland. Teal
Pomeroy and Teresa Barron
voted against the motion to
proceed.
The next step in this
lengthy process. will be to
advertise an ordinance. The
city staff made a conserva-
tive cost estimate for adver-
tising costs, printing costs,
legal review and an election
cost to be in the neighbor-
hood of $2,000.
Continued on page three


tion Commission, the bodies
of the two teen canoeists
missing since Saturday eve-
ning were recovered at ap-
proximately noon on Mon-
day.
An officer with the Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conserva-
tion Commission (FWC) lo-
cated the canoe and one of
the teens approximately 11
miles offshore in the Gulf of
Mexico near the town of Su-
wannee. The U.S. Coast
Guard found the second teen
approximately a half-mile
away from the canoe.
Sean Wilkerson. 14, from'
Backworth; Georgia, and
Clay McKemie, 14, from
Rome, Georgia, were the


Coast Guard were involved
in a massive search for the
two since the boys were re-
ported separated from the
rest of their group. A group
of eight students and two
adult leaders launched three
canoes, three kayaks and a
motor-powered raft from a
public ramp in Suwannee to
go camping on Coon Island,
approximately three miles
north of Suwannee.
Approximately a half-mile
from Coon Island, the motor
failed on the raft. All of the
vessels, with the exception of
McKemie's and Wilkerson's
canoe, tied together at the
disabled vessel. The group
saw what they believed to be


one student went searching
for the missing boys.
The group leader became
disoriented in the darkness
and paddled for'several hours
until he gained cell phone
access. He called his wife
who then called the Coast
Guard to advise rescuers of
the situation. The Coast
Guard responded and located
the two adults and six stu-
dents.
According to FWC Capt.
John Burton, area supervisor
out of Crystal River, the
FWC and the Coast Guard
had a variety of assets in-
volved in the search.
According to Burton, "The
local community really


er for the survi-
ere rescued and


the family of the missing
boys.
The local Baptist church
provided a fellowship hall for
the families and friends.
"Local boaters and the
Dixie County Sheriff's Of-
fice assisted with a victim's
advocate. Volunteers also
helped with the .search
around the islands and in-
shore waters," Burton said.
"MIiller's Marina allowed us
to set up our command post
and a local hotel, the Suwan-
nee Shores Motor Lodge,
provided the families with
rooms."

Continued on page three


Cemetery To Get


New Entrance


By Cindy Jo Ayers
Chiefland Cit\ Commis-
sion gave the go-ahead for a
project which \ ill add an ad-
ditional entrance to
Chiefland Cemetery.
The new entrance \~ill
make the new section to the
cemetery accessible without
driving through an adjoining
subdi vision.
City Manager Ed Smith
told city commissioners at
Monday's Chiefland Cit\
Commission meeting that he
already had two donations
pledged for the project. A
$1.000 donation has come
from Buddy Leaptrot of
Hiers Baxlev Funeral Home
and another donation of a
$1.000 is pledged from a lo-
cal businessman who wants
to remain anonymous.
The new entrance was
made possible in part by a
donation of easement hb\ Mr
Bob Williams who represents
Levy County Housing
Authority. The City of
Chiefland has been working
diligently to clean up prob-
lems in the neighborhood
which adjoin the cemetery.
Trash has been removed and


several homes have been
renovated : Chiefland Police
Chief Edwin Jenkins and the
City Police Department have
stepped up patrol in this area
as well.
The new entrance will be
located just west of the older
section off SR 345. Mr.
Smith explained that the
Florida Department of
Transportation is widening
and re-paving this section of
345 and they have agreed to
provide the ne%% driveway.
Additional pa ing %\ill be re-
quired for the entrance to 5'
Avenue at a cost of approxi-
mately $10.000.
Over the next couple of
months the city \%ill be
seeking donations for paving
and privacy fencing. Anyone
wishing to make a donation
to this worth\ cause can do
so b\ contacting Chiefland
Citi Hall at -t93-6711. Mr.
Smith said a separate account
has been set up for this pro-
ject and he and city commis-
sioners \would like to see the
entire community become
involved in enhancing the lo-
cal cemetery.


Joe Fraley of Sarasota holds a tight leash on Jezebelle and
Trix at the lure coursing event. Both are anxious to
participate in the event.

Jack Russell Races

Held At Black Prong

Near Bronson


By Portia Sache
Lively, energetic Jack Rus-
sell's were everywhere!
The\ were in cages, the\
were on leashes, and they
%were lounging in the numer-
ous RVs that were at the
Black Prong Equestrian
Center near Bronson. Some
were long legged, some were
short legged, some had rough
coats and some had short
coats. The Jack Russell ter-
rier had center stage at the
Seventeenth Annual Gold
Coast Jack Russell Races last
weekend.
On Saturday, February
26th, Jack Russell's com-
peted in conformation classes
and the lure coursing event.
The lure coursing event is a


timed event in an open area
where the dog chases a lure
that is pulled by a mechani-
cal device. Spectators en-
joyed observing the excite-
ment and intensity of the
dogs that participated in this
event.
On Sunday, February 27th,
Jack Russell's participated in
the "Go to Ground" event
and the races. These events
are some of the most exciting
events in the world of dog
racing. Spectators were
mesmerized, as the intense
Jack Russell burrowed into a
bale of hay in search of their
prey in the "Go to Ground"
event.

Continued on page three


Heifer Show Scheduled


For First Day Of


Suwannee River Fair


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Page Two


LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


MARCH 3, 2005


Shack by the Track in St. George, Georgia.


Levy Sand
By Cindy fo Ayers
For the past year I have
been really curious about a
restaurant that I've passed by
on a regular basis. The res-
taurant name itself intrigued
'me, "The Shack by the
Track". The Shack by the
Track which is located in St.
George, Georgia was not a
disappointment last Saturday
when I finally stopped by for
a barbecue pork sandwich.
The Shack by the Track is
located at the corer of Third
Street and Jackson Street.
SThird and Jackson is a dirt
road intersection down next
to the railroad track that
passes through St. George.
I first discovered St.
George after'our daughter
Carrie moved to Callahan
last January. Carrie directed
me through St. George to
benefit from Georgia's
cheaper gas prices. The
sleepy town is located where
.SR 121 crosses Georgia
oad 94. This. ,is .where
eorgia diis'sd'Iownt into
Florida just southeast of the
Okefenokee Swamp. The
,state line of both states fol-
lows the St. Marys River
which is the reason for the
dip south. St. George is very
quiet with only a caution
light and a total of two paved
streets.
SNot only did I discover
cheap gas (most of the time
it's about 100 or more a gal-
lon cheaper than this part of
Florida), but I found a really
Good mom-and-pop grocery
store. It has become a habit
for me to buy gas and stock
mup on bacon and locally-
made. sausage. This store has
. a wonderful old-fashioned
Butcher who not only makes
his own sausage, but he hand
cuts steaks.
Last Saturday while pass-


ing through St. George, I de-
cided to stop in and visit the
Shack by the Track for the
first time, and frankly I'm
sorry it took me so long. The
sweet lady who tended a
large steel wood smoker
serves up a really fine barbe-
cue pork sandwich. She slid
open a small screen door to
take my order and then I
watched her open her smoker
and begin checking the Bos-
ton butts she was in the proc-
ess of cooking. Man, the
smell of this little shack
would make your mouth
water.
As I waited, I took note of
the poster board menu which
lists all types of barbecue and
ice cream. What caught my
eye was barbecue by the cup:
16 oz. $4.00, 20 oz. $5.00
and 32 oz. $7.00. They also
featured whole Boston butts
for $14.00, a slab of ribs for
$15.00 and last but not least
a rib sandwich for $6.50. The
waiting area between the two
small buildings \ as a
screened room which was
wrapped" in "\squine' or the
winter months. The screen
room had several picnic ta-
bles for those wishing to eat
at the Shack. Although last
Saturday was cold and dreary
due to the rainy weather, the
screen room was kept toasty
warm by an elderly St.
George man who kept the
wood heater located in the
corner fed nx ith sto e wood.
Next time I'm passing
through' St. George, I've
promised myself one of those
rib sandwiches. You just
never know what you'll find
in a sleepy little Southern
Georgia town on a dirt road.

In honor of the Shack by
the Track, I'm enclosing a
couple of barbecue recipes.
Tip: Ribs are cooked fat side
up for the entire time the\


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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: levycntyjoumal@bellsouth.net
The Levy County Journal is published every Thursday by Levy
Count) Publishing, Inc., P.O. Box 159, Brononn, FL12621.
Periodicals postage paid at Bronson, Florida (U.S.P.S. 310-780).
PosJnaster 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 ..........................o.......Production Assistant
M iriam Blitch .......................................Production Assistant
SRobin Heath ............................... ...Production Assistant
Tracie Osteen....................... Williston Correspondent
Portia Sache .... ...................................Reporter at Large


are on the grill.
Georgia Loin Back Ribs
2 slabs baby back ribs
Warmed honey
Dry rub mix:
3 tbsp. paprika
1 tbsp. onion powder
1 tbsp. garlic powder
1 tbsp. ground basil
1-1/2 tbsp. mustard powder
1 tbsp. red pepper
1/2 tbsp. black pepper
Combine dry rub ingredi-
ents and rub into ribs. Cook
ribs over hickory coals at
190-200 for 4-5 hours. 15
Minutes before serving, coat
ribs with heated honey.
Kicking Pork Butt Sauce
1 medium onion, minced
3 cups ketchup
2 tbsp. Worchestershire
sauce
2 tsp. chili powder
1 tsp. cayenne pepper
3/4 cup sugar
2 cloves mincedigarlic
1/2 cup apple cider vinegar
Combine ingredients and:
cook over medium-low\ heat,
stirring frequently, for 10
minutes.. .


Miss Honey

,Says........

Sunday, February 27,
2005, 12 midnight. Here I
sit, my pen in hand, just as
dumb as any man! 'My
mind 'won't work, I cannot
think, I guess Miss Honey is
on the blink!
I haven't been to sleep
yet tonight, but I'm really
not sleepy, so; I think I'll
.make coffee and have a
cup! Want one? The re-
pairman is coming to fix
my heater tomorrow,, ma be
my oven next?
When the\ .fix my oven
I'll feel like I just hit the
jackpot!! Can you imagine
Miss Honey without her
oven?
.It isn't easy to do without
my oven, I am so used.to
baking.
Coffee is made and I have
a cup, tastes pretty 'good,
want a cup? I'11 share with
you.
Come on Frankie, did you
forget the way to my
house? If so call me and I'll
draw you a map! Ha ha.
Really, I do miss you!
Sweet Pea is asleep beside.
Sme in my recliner, it won't
last. She is a live wire, never
still, and climbs like a squir-
rel into everything. If he
would only learn from
Tiny. She is a very good
little dog, she doesn't
bother anything.
Sweet Pea is biting my
toes and his little teeth are
sharp and he doesn't know
he is hurting me!:
I have fifty-two pillows
made and ready to stuff, a
lot of dolls dressed and
flower baskets made and
ready to sell! I made 12
aprons. I try, and keep my
hands, busy, if I get my
oven fixed this week, I will
be baking again.
This and That
and Bits and Pieces
It is not enough to have a
good mind, the main thing
is to use it.
Don't stop moving, if you
rest, you'll rust like an old
car.
I decided to .make my
own food pyramid.


The secret of staying
young is to live honestly,
eat slowly, and lie about
your age!
I'm not real good about
"shots" can we discuss
some alternative medicine?
No one should ever have
more kids than they have
car windows!
A good friend is a con-
nection to life, a tie to the
past, and a key to sanity.
Partnership, not depend-
ence, is often the real ro-
mance in marriage.
I couldn't call, the dog
ate my cell phone.
Live each day as if it were
your last and try to make
someone else happy.
Monday, 6;00 a.m. I
didn't sleep much last night
and that's not my style. I
don't usually have a prob-
lem going to sleep, even if I
wake up I can usually go
back to sleep right away,
but, my sister's little grand-
daughter is- 'missing and
hasn't been located yet. I
am worried. She is about
five feet tall, short dark
brown hair, brown eyes, 16
years old, and was last seen
wearing blue jeans ,and a
brown corduroy jacket,
about 98 pounds. If you
have seen her or know her
whereabouts, please call the
Levy County Sheriff's of-
fice. I just pray she is alive
and safe and will be re-
turned home.
So until ncxt week, I will
sign off.. Be good, take care
and may the good Lord
take a liking to you.
Nuff said,
Miss Honey
-----------------

Levy Land

Transactions
DEEDS RECORDED
2/1/05-2/7.05
Jamsn R Nash to Frank J: Diller
ideccadS.d and Barbara Allen,
$10.00, quit claim.deed.
Alcthd 0. Randall (recocable
Irusti. Sharon LUnn Bush QIrusti.
and Alctha O. Randall to Robert
Randall ideccas.ed and Aletha
SRandall. %100.00.ded.4
'- April ,ariUe To4h'ajnd 1 Juljiu's
Toih, and.Lilliar Ml.rij Toth, to
Julius Toth, $1O.',0. quit claim
deed.
Brenda,Suggs to BKE Ventures
Inc.. $4S.,ii0lI I.I. warranty deed.
Carmen A. Alcaide to Jose A.
Alcaide (estate) ,and Carmen A.
Alcaide, $10.00, warranty deed.
Josephinc Carter and Slucn J.
Carter to Kelly D. Scheider and
John T. Scheider. $15,000.00,
\karranit deed
Tolnic A.. Waters to Bethany:
Evans and David Evans,
S35.01u0 (p)0. waAanty'deed.
Constance Currie and Thomas
Currie Jr. to Constance K. Maheu
Currie, Constance K. Maheu, and
Roland J: Maheu, $10.00, quit
claim deed.
Linda M. Bingham and Theresa
G. Cox to Theresa G. Cox, $10.00,
Corrccior', deed.
Elizahbeh Hugh-e Griffis (revo-
cible tru.t i Aubrke' E\ II\ GriffiS .
tru-lte. Aubrey Ewell Griffis,
(revocable trust), Elizabeth
Hughes Griffis, (trustee) to Eliza-
beth Griffis Hughes, E. A. Gritffs,,
Aubrey Ewell Griffis, and Eliza-
beth Griffis, $10.00, Warrant',
deed. '
SNaialja Cartee to Roy.Desilvey
Jr., $7,000.00, warranty deed.
Natalja Cartee to Stanley Tho-
mas Daley, $10.00, Warranty
deed. ..' '
Jenella V. McPherson to Mavis
Samms, $14,000.00, warranty
deed. .
Brannan Pr,.per'is, LLC. To
Suzanne W. Arendall and Suzanne
W. Arendall (trustee),
$327,500.00, warranty deed.
Orange Land Grouip LLC..to
Charlotte MNI-c.s and George
Meives, $.3,500.005 warranty deed.
Sabrina Hendrix and S.H. En-'
terprises. to James B. Parrish,
$10.00, qulit claim deed.
Kenneth M. Boi en to S.H. En-
terprises and Sjbrina Hendrix,
$10.00, quit claim deed.
Kenneth M. Bowen to Douglas
L. McGauley, $10.00, quit claim
deed.
Leroy W. Sneed Sr. to Harvey
E. Robinson, $6,000.00, warranty
deed.


Randall Slone and Patricia A.
Short to Cedar Cove Beach &
Yacht Club, $5,900.00, warranty
deed.
Theresa D. Dinatale and An-
thony N. Dinatale to Cedar Cove
Beach & Yacht Club, $5,900.00,
warranty deed.
Vicki Lynn Danmever and
Kevin Lee Danmever to Cedar
Cove Beach & Yacht Club,
$5,900.00, warranty deed.
Theresa Bingham Blair and
William Thomas Blair, Jr. to Ce-
dar Cove,Beach & Yacht Club,
$5,900.00, warranty deed.
Judith P. Bruderly and Gilbert
H. Allen to Cedar Cove Beach &
Yacht Club, $5,900.00, warranty
deed.


Bronson's Ag Program


Celebrates FFA Week With


Kenny Kline, Former PBR


Bi llfighter


By Laura Bennett
Bronson's Agricultural
Program embarked on cele-
brating FFA Week by hold-
ing a pancake breakfast for
teachers, administration, and
students. Chapter members
made morning announce-
ments, and on Thursday,
February 24t, numerous fac-
ulty and students wore their
Bronson FFA shirts to
school. The true highlight of
the week occurred on
Wednesday, February 23r"
when a special speaker came
to discuss animal rights.
Mrs. Smith's students were
pleased to have Kenny Kline,
"Skinny Kenny Kline" as
their guest speaker. Kline's
spouse, Nancy Kline, a Lan-
guage Arts teacher at Bron-
son Middle School. was
thrilled to have her husband
share his passion and rodeo
experiences with Bronson
students.
Kline first entered the ro-
deo competing in bull riding.
An injury while bull riding
left him unable to continue
riding bulls. This injury
would not keep him away
from the rodeo circuits; Kline
became a bullfighter to help
other bull riders compete in
the sport they all love, while,
reducing their chances for
injuries. The job of a bull-
fighter in rodeos is to prevent
the bull riders from getting
injured by the bull. This of-
ten involves jumping in front
of bulls and taking hits that
would have otherwise injured
the: riders.
Students enjoyed watching
videos of Kline fighting
-bulls. tryin~gon his protective
vest and.gloles, having their
faces painted, and learning
about animal rights. A play-
ful bull named Roach quickly
became the favorite of nearly


Penn' Sepler and \Harren H.
Lodge to Janyce L. Sura and
Thomas' G. Sura, $299,000.00,
warranty deed.
Karen Usher While and Luther
M. White, Jr. to Karen Usher
White and Luther M. White. Jr.
$10.00. quit claim deed.
Kcsnel Ambroise to Jean Claude
Blanc. S27.0-0.iJ0. %\arranty deed.
Joan MI. Adkins and Micheal
Adkins to Harriet Smith.
5$2S,?50)0.00. warranty deed.
Rosemar;i Cro%%l to Nila D.
Baad, $11,500.00, warranty deed.
Joyce Curris and Colliro\ Curti-
to Anabel Esi\ecz itruste~ i and
Willision Gult and Co.untr\ Club
(Trust i, $S.00 .00, warranti deed.
Jocc Curtis and Colliro\ Curtis
to Anabcl' Es-tcez (trustec'i and
\\ illision Golf and Countr. Club
iTrust), $6.fiiIl.0., v. arranti deed.
Felipe Gorrin and Nadia Gorrin
to Carol A. Ball and Dale A. Ball.
$23".000.0 0 arrant\ deed.
.Aaron Cliff and.Julie Rieser
Cliff to Julie L. Rieser, Aaron K.
Cliff and JulieL. Cliff. $100.00,
quit claim deed.
Dann F. Byret to Patsy Fouty
and Patsy A. Lovingreen,
$11.500.00. warranty deed.
Dann F. Byrer to Pats. Four, and
Patsy A. Lovengreen, $11,500.00,
warranty deed.

Dann F. Byrer to Patsy Fouty
and Patsy A. Lovengreen,
$11,500.00, warranty deed.
Dann F. Byrer to Patsy Pouty
and Patsy A. Lovengreen,
$11,500.00, warranty deed.
Dann F. Byrer to Patsy Fouty
and Patsy A. Lo. eng rcn.
$11,500.00, warranty deed.
Dann F. Byrer to Patsy Fouty
and Patsy A. Lovengreen,
$11,500.00, warranty deed.
Virgil Wayne.Simmons to Pear-
lie Mae Smith and Virgil. Wayne
Simmons, $10.00, quit claim deed.
Tanya L. Stefanosky to Virgil
Wayne Simmons, $44,000.00,
warranty deed.
Darlene 'McLeod and' Ralph
McLeod to Glenda Brauer and
Arthur Brauer, $10,000.00, war-
ranty deed.
Leonard E. Hunt to James D.
McDougall and Elenor McDou-
gall, $82,500.00, warranty deed.
Long Term Investment Holdings
LLC. to Elmer A. Mottillo,
$2,000.00,warranty deed.
Long Term Investment Holdings
LLC. to Rinaldo A. Pellizzari,
$12,000.00, warranty deed.
Long Term Investment Holdings
LLC. to Colleen Bowie D. and
Colleen D. Flanagan, $3,000.00,
warranty deed.


Skinny Kenny Kline paints


all the students. The fore-
most purpose of Kline's visit
with Bronson Agricultural
students was to discuss ani-
nal rights and clarify, false
rumors about treatment of
livestock animals at and
during the rodeo. For exam-
ple, it has been rumored that'
bulls used for bull riding.
events are forced to buck by
placing a rope around the
bulls' testicles. This is a
false rumor; a bull rope is
placed around the bulls"
flank, not around the bulls'
testicles. The rope placed
around the bulls' flank irri-
tates the bull but does not
cause pain or injury. The
pressure from a flank strap is
no different than a girth
wrapped around a horse
when being saddled. Rodeo
bulls are selected and bred-
speciall. for bull riding
events. Animals used for ro-
deo events frequently enjoy
pleasant lives, working less
than most humans, "eight
seconds" and are provided


Long Tierm In' rInicnt Holdings
LLC. it. Maurecn F. Sjuiien, Cl-.
leen D. Flanagan, and Colleen D.
Bowie, $3,000.00, warranty deed.
James R. Keating and Lawrence
E. Runco Jr. to Glen NI. Er\in,
$250,000.00,' arrant\ ded
Patricia A. Folks and Patricia A.
Harrell to Thoma. A. Haicrns and
Toni D. Smith. $l10.UO. artrani\
deed.
Russell W. Storman to Bernie L.
Neal and Joann M. Neal,
.50 .0 0 0 O tL. u arr an t\ d d ,
Madeline Langlois and Mare
Andre Langloisto Landmark
Transcontinental Group Inc,
$30.50iju0. AJarrani\ deed. '


student Eden Busson's, face.


with adequate food, water,
and vaccinations.
There are special people in
this world that choose to re-
volve their careers around
saving and he- g others.
We often think .ne police
officer, firefighter, and doc-
tors, but who would think of
a bullfighter? Kline, is a life-
guard! You won't find
oceans, swimming pools, or
beautiful bodies sunbathing

in his workplace. Step into
his arena and )ou \will see
bulls, horses, and a cowboy
or two being thrown across
the arena. Bronson students
were excited to learn about
rodeo and bullfighting, but
this was not the sole purpose
of Mr. Kline's visit. Stu-
dents left the classroom with
a better understanding of
animal rights and-'how rod@6
animals are treated. On be-
half of Bronson's Agricul-
tural program, we thank Mr.
Kline.


Quasar Properntis Inc [u Fay
farinclh, A5.00.00, warranty
deed.
Cheryl-Nekola and Frank F.
Nekola to Angelina Clark,
$15,000.00, warranty deed.
William G. Koehler and Angel
E. Blitch to Eady Verna Mae
(trustee) and Henry R. Eady
(trustee), $70,000.00,Warranty
Deed/Mort.
.Gilberte Germain to- Andres
Lugo Cay and Andres Lugo Cay,
$7,500.00, warranty deed.'
Gilbert Germain to Toni
O'Connor and Toni Ann Vetero,
$1995.00. warranty deed.


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MARCH 3. 2005


LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


Page Three


Chiefland Legends

Game Ends In Tie


Abraham Blitch takes a "breather" along the sideline.
Blitch played on the "odd" years team.


Jack Russell Williston AARP


Races Hel Chapter 912 To

Facility Annual Spring F


Continued from page one
Several other breeds of
dogs competed in some of
the events in the two-day
show. At least one Yorkshire
terrier attempted to compete
in the novice lure coursing
event. The "Yorkie" had the
desire to compete but lacked
the speed of the Jack Russell.
Other breeds that were repre-
sented at the competition in-
cluded Patterdale terriers,
Lackland terriers and Border
terriers.


Missing

Georgia

Teens

Found

Continued from page one
According to Burton,
search efforts were hampered
Sunday by bad weather and
choppy seas. Water tem-
perature was approximately
58 to 60 degrees.
"Our thoughts and prayers
are now with their families
and friends," Burton said.


Hold

est


April 2


The Williston AARP merchants, a white elephant
Chapter #912 will hold the sale and a motorcycle dis-
annual Spring Fest at a new play are all planned for this
location this year and it will event.
include craft booths. The Booth spaces are reasona-
Spring Fest and Craft Show bly priced with special ar-
will be held Saturday, April rangements for non-profits.
2"n from 9:00 a.m. until For information and appli-
3:00 p.m. at the Linear Park cations contact M. Craig at
in downtown Williston and 352/528-3323 or e-mail
will benefit local non-profit macraig()webkraft.net. Ap-
organizations. plications are also available
.Entertainment, food at the Williston Library,
booths, a cake walk, a raffle Chamber of Commerce and
with prizes donated by local Williston newspaper office.


Chiefland

Annexation

Process

Proceeds

Continued from page one
The final step, which could
take months to complete, will
be in a form of an election.
Voters who are landowners
in the proposed annexed area
and Levy .County voters will
vote to or not to annex.


Mayor Sunshine Baynard
pointed out that Chiefland
should annex northward be-
cause Fanning Springs has
been annexing southward
toward Chiefland's northern
boundary.
Commissioner Teresa Bar-
ron said she was very cau-
tious of annexing people who
don't want to be annexed.
Former City Commissioner
Kelby Andrews told the
commissioners that a lot of
people didn't want the an-
nexation four years ago. City
employee, Mr. Bill


Mandy Marie Frost


Hammond, reminded com-
missioners that 51 percent or
more wanted it on a straw
ballot four years ago.
Commissioner Alice
Monyei made the motion to
proceed with annexation and
Commissioner Betty Walker
seconded it.


Bab Frost
Mr. and Mrs. Manley Frost
are proud to announce the birth
of their daughter, Mandy Marie
Frost, who was born on Febru-
ary 8, 2005 at 12:22 p.m. She
weighed 6 pounds, 9 ounces,
and measured 20 inches in
length.


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Brandon Strong holds his young son, Brandon, during
intermission.


By Portia Sache
The second annual Leg-
ends of Football game was
played on Saturday, February
26th at Wayne Pridgeon
Memorial Stadium in
Chiefland. The regulation
length game ended in a 6-6
tie.
The Legends of Football
game is made up of former
Chiefland High School foot-
ball players that have a "love
of the game." One team is
made up. of- players that
graduated in the even years
and the opposing team is
made up of players that
graduated in the odd years.
The proceeds of the game
benefit the Chiefland High
School football program.
The first touchdown of the
game was scored by the
"even" team when former
star, Edwin "Truck" Brown
found himself in the end
zone during the first half.
The final score came by the
"odd" team in the waning
seconds of the game when
Frank Scott hit pay dirt.
Players for the "even"
years were Chris Tallent,
Winston Riley, Rodney
Strong, Frank Donaldson,
Kendrick Scott, Matt Gore,
Kenyata Howard, Clint An-


derson, Shane Ingram,
Charles Corbett, Carl Vining,
Harlan Stalvey, Edwin
Brown, Aaron Moore, Craig
Edmonds, Kirk Bauman,
David Fisher, Ron Fisher,
Scott Williams, John Gentry,
and Stewart Wasson.
Winston Riley coordinated
and coached the "even"
team.
The "odd" roster was made
up of the following players:
Frank Scott, Julius Riley,
Robert Scott, Isaac
Henderson, Marcus Corbin,
David Burney, Geurica Bow-
ers, Daryl Lord, Dan Chaney,
Bug Norris, Johnny Shep-
pard, Jake Sache, Joey Gore,
Abraham Blitch, Lyles
Corbin, Rod Hastings, Hank
Mathis, Wesley Robinson,
Bobby Prevatt, Brandon
Stong and Jason Gentry.
Leslie "Tater Keene"
coached the "odd" team.



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First Baptist Church

Bronson Announces

Spring Revival

Services March 6-9


Bronson First Baptist
Church will hold its Spring
Revival March 6-9. Rev.
David Butts, missionary to
Romania, will be the revival
preacher. Sunday services
.will be at 10:30 AM and
6:30 PM. Services Monday
through Wednesday will
begin at 7:00 PM each eve-


ning.
The members of Bronson
First Baptist irtvite you to
join them for these special
services. You will be blessed
by the inspirational music
of the Adult Choir and so-
loists and by the anointed
preaching of Bro. Butts.


The congregation of
Hardeetown Baptist Church
invites you to their revival
March 6"' through the 10th
with Dr. Tommy Green as
guest speaker.
,The revival will actually
begin with a free showing of
.Mel Gibson's The Passion of
the Christ on Saturday night,
March 5th. There will be a
showing at 5:00 p.m. for
adults and again at 8:00 p.m.
for youth.
Dr. Tommy Green is the
Pastor of First Baptist
Church of Brandon. Under
the leadership of Dr. Green,
First Baptist Church has
grown from a membership of
2,700 to over 5,000 since
1996. The average Sunday
school attendance has in-
creased by over 500 indi-
Sviduals during this time pe-
riod, and the worship
attendance has more than
doubled to over 2,300 per-
sons per Sunday. Since
1996, the church has bap-
tized over 1,600 persons.
First Baptist Church of Bran-
don was recognized by the
Billy Graham School of
Evangelism and Church
Growth of the Southern Bap-
tist Theological Seminary as


the Most Comprehensive
Ministry Program in the
Southern Baptist Convention
in 2003.
Dr. Green has served as the
President of the Florida Bap-
tist. Convention, on the Board
of Trustees of Southern Bap-
tist Theo-logical Seminary,
on several committees of the
Southern Baptist Convention,
as President of the State
Board of Missions: of the
Florida Baptist COnvention
and on various associational
and state committees. Dr.
Green also has a weekly,
television broadcast of The
Word on the Christian Tele-
vision Network which is
viewed by thousands .each
week.
Revival services will begin
Sunday morning, March 6h,
at 10:45 a.m. and on Sunday
evening at 6:30 p.m. Monday
through Thursday, the serv-
ices \\ ill begin at 7:00 p .m.
On Thursday) night, March
10th, The Southland Quartet
from Old Town will also be
our guests and will perform.
Please call the church of-
fice at 352-493-4523 be-
tween 8:30 a.m. and 3:30
p.m. if you have any ques-
tions.


Christian Fellowship

Covered Dish Dinner


The public is invited to a'
non-denominational Chris-
tian covered dish Fellowship
Dinner on Saturday, March
5h at 6:00 p.m. at the Faith
SPlace at Otter Springs.
There will be local enter-


tainment featuring the Old
Time Gospel Singers and
Addy (Chief) Jones.
For more information or
directions, please call Trish
at (352) 463-9343.


SetDlIeIem pre bpterian CIhurch
>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


Chiefland High School Football Players

Receive Awards


Hardeetown Baptist

Church To Hold

Revival In March


talents with local Girl
Scouts, call (352) 376-3004
or (866) 868-6307.


Make the most of your
time, order your world with
eternity in mind.


St. John
Catholic
Church
Yard Sale
March 4 And 5

The Council of Catholic
Women will be holding
their annual yard sale on
March 4'h from 8:00 a.m. to
4:00 p.m. and March 5'"
from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
at 911 NW 4'h Street, next to
the elementary school. All
proceeds will be used for
our outreach programs.
Please stop by, shop and'
help support our projects.
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Send

Cookies

From

Home
We always ask what we
can we do to make Amer-
ica more peaceful and a
safer .place to live. We
fought our wars and other
country's wars to make
sure we have a safe and
peaceful world to live in
and happier Americans.
We have our military
troops overseas fighting
and protecting our coun-
try. We go to bed every
night not worrying if a
bomb is going to blow our
families or homes away.
Our military troops always
have to stand guard in
these situations while we
are safe at home.
So, what can we do for
our troops? Share some-
thin -4a :4 _-mpricans.
enjoy eating, our famous
Girl Scout cookies; a piece
of home for our troops.
The Cookies From Home
Program is a partnership
between Girl Scouts of
Gateway Council Inc. and
Naval Station Mayport.
This is how. you can help.
Anyone' can purchase
cookies by the box or the
case. A *box costs' $3.50
and. a case sells for $42.00
(12package). The cookies
are then shipped directly
from the bakery to May-
port. The Na\) is. respon-.
sible for distributing the
cookies to the men and
women in active duty out-
side the U.S.
The cookies can be pur-
chased through local Girl
Scout troops or at booths
outside local businesses
where cookies will be sold
beginning February
through March 13.
The cookies are not sent
with donor's names. In-
stead, donors will sign a
card or a form that will go
to the unit receiving the
cookies. Men and women
in active duty really enjoy
getting. the Girl Scout
cookies. This is our
chance to say thank you.
There are 10 Girl Scout
councils in Florida. The
Gateway Council, the only
one participating in the
Cookies From Home Pro-
gram, is made up of 16
North Florida counties.
They are Levy, Gilchrist,
Dixie, Alachua, Baker,
Bradford, Flagler, Nassau,
Clay, Columbia, Duval,
Hamilton, Putnam, St.
Johns, Suwannee and
Union.
For more information on
registering a girl or vol-
unteering your time and


By Portia Sache
Chiefland High School's
football players and cheer-
leaders were honored on
Thursday evening, February
24 at the Chiefland Elemen-
tary School Cafeteria. The
occasion was the Chiefland
High School Athletic Awards
Banquet for the 2004 football
season.
In his opening remarks,
Coach Sam Holland com-
mented that the 2004 season
was one of the most roller
coaster rides of a season that
he has experienced in twenty
years of coaching. Never-
theless, it was once again,
one where the team made it
into the playoffs.
'Junior varsity coach
Dennis Webber and Philip
Cothron presented junior
varsity awards as follows:
Anthony Henry, Travis Don-
ald, Jesse Walker, Mike
Padgett, Jacob. Whetstone,
Deante Davis, Mark Geiger,
Michael Durr, Cecil Bennett,
William Jones, Daniel Gal-
pin, Eddie Carter, Matt Wil-
liams, Timmy Waters, Mi-
chael Richardson,' Jonathan
Hayes, Isaac Moore, Quiten
Flanders, Adam Hiers, Alixx
Hubbard, Jason Tillis, Chris
Redwine, Matthew Laver-
tues, Justin Shouse, Jarius
Wimberly, Chase Gregory,
Patrick Francisco, James
Austin, Bobby Crosby, Scott
Adams, Adam O'Donnell,.
Jeremy Settles, Delmar Dial,
Patrick Francisco, Robby
Carreccia, Chad Hodge,
Jimmy Perryman and David
Williams.
Cheerleader awards were
presented by Sue Ice, Assis-
tant Principal. The junior
varsity cheerleaders, were
recognized for placing third
place in home dance compe-
tition at cheerleader camp at
Emory Riddle;University at
Daytona Beach. Amanda Hi-
:hote was awarded a trophy
for being captain of the jun-
ior cheerleader team. Other
junior varsity cheerleaders
recognized were. Tiffany
King, Amelia Futch, Morgan
Perryman, Kristen Hardin.
Jamie Martin, Amber Tin-
dale and Jessyca Ruland.
The varsity cheerleader
captain award went to Crys-
tal Tindale. Other cheerlead-
ers were Sable Gilbert,
Rhonda Gore and Britan\
Hardin. The varsity cheer-
leaders also won a% yards at
cheerleader camp at.Daytona.
They placed third in home
dance competition and in the
extreme routine competition.
Crystal Tindale and
Amanda Hinote were also
recognized for placing on the
All-Star Cheerleader, squad
for the State of Florida.
Amanda Hinote also received
,an award for "Best All
Around". Crystal Tindale
received the "Cheerleader of
the Year Award" for her out-.
standing leadership abilities.
Special recognition awards
were presented to Dr. Robert


Balbis and Charlene Allen.
Dr. Balbis' contribution to
the team health was recog-
nized on and off the field.
Players that were recog-
nized for all-state awards
were Cortez Gent., Jeremy
Robinson and Corey Rogers.
Varsity letters were
awarded to Durell Henry,
Dameon Herriot, Chase
Gilbert, Daniel Galpin, Scott
McDonald, Jonas Randolph,
Greg Madison, Sean Turner,
Delmar Dial, Tyler Crane,
Joey Harris, Jeremy Robin-
son, Joe Sache, Wayne Bid-
den, Jesse Sheffield, Sean
Smith, Scott Tucker, Greg
Berryhill and Corey Rogers.
First year lettermen that
have already received a "C"
in another sport were:
Alonzo Guyton and Sean
Botton.
Second time letter awards
were presented to: Frank
Herriot, Patrick Anderson,
Isaac Hardee, Jamal Riley,
Ryan Johnson, Mike Cola-
belli, Seth Sache, Korey
Griner, Keagan Weatherford,
Chris Graham, Britt Wil-
liams, Cole Rollison and
Scott Snyder.
Third year lettermen
awards went to Mike Rome,
Allen Strickland, Justin Hill,
Jacob Douglas, Anson
Whitten and Quinton Sims.
Cortez Gent was the only
player to receive a fourth
year letter award. Special
awards were presented to. the
following: Corey Rogers-
Most Outstanding Linesman;
Anson, Whitten-Most Dedi-
cated Indian; Allen Strick-
land-Heart of the Line; Jonas
Randolph-Coaches Award;
Cortez Gent-Most Valuable
Player Offense; Michael
Rome-Most Valuable Player
Defense; Dameon Herriott-
'Most Valuable Player-
Special Teams; Joey
Harris-Best Newcomer-
Offense; Joe Sache-Best
Newcomer-Defense; Allen
Strickland-Scholar Athlete;
Patrick Anderson-
Determination Award;
Alonzo Guyton-Most Im-
proved Offense; Britt Wil-
liams and Jamal Riley-Most
Improved Defense; Sean
Bodden- Most Outstanding
Running Back; Durrell
Henry-Most Outstanding
Linebacker: Frank Herriott-
Most Outstanding Defensive
Back; Jeremy Robinson-
Most Outstanding Offensive
Line; Cole Rollison-Jav Mac
Matthews Award; Keagon
Weatherford-Matt W) nans
Award: Allen Strickland-
Team Most Valuable Player -
(as voted on by the team's
players).
Cortez Gent has been
awarded a football scholar-
ship at Florida Atlantic Uni-
versity at Boca Raton. Frank
Heriott will be attending
Charleston (SC ) University
at Charleston. South Caro-
lina.


Joe Sache and Coach Randy Holland. Sache \\as awarded
Best Newcomer on Defense.


Cole Robinson received the Jay Mack Matthews Award.


S


Cortez Gent, Corey Rogers and Jeremy Robinson were
recognized for their.selection to All-Star State Teams.


Michael Rome and Coach Randy Fuller. Rome, an honor
student, was awarded the Most Valuable Player Defense
trophy.


Jeremy Robinson with Coach Bubba Nall. Robinson
received, the award for Most Outstanding Offensive
Lineman.


Allen Strickland with Coach Sam Holland. Strickland won
"Heart of the Line" and the Scholar Athlete Award. He
was also chosen Team's Most Valuable Player by his peer
players.


Dr. Tommy Green '-


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Legals


Log Cabin Quilters Win


Ribbons At State Fair
By Miriam Blitch .v.


Each year at the Tampa
State Fair competitors
compete from throughout
Florida in almost every
imaginable category. The
Log Cabin Quilters enter
their quilts and crafts into
the state fair each year.
This year's State Fair was
February 10th through
21st.
The Log Cabin Quilters
did well at the fair this
year. Some of the winners
from the group were BJ
Johnson and her husband
Ralph, who loves to ride
motorcycles. She quilted
pillows of her and her
husband's motorbikes. B J
won third place in the
original design category. B
J is from Morriston.
Marie Poppenhager
competed with two porce-
lain dolls that she made.
The mermaid doll she en-
tered had a tail made from
an old sweater, and it won
second place in the char-
ter category. The second
doll that she made was a
replica of Lady Marian.
She won first place in the
modern doll category.
Marie Poppenhager is
from Old Town.
Pat Osowiecki made a
quilted wall hanging from
antique handkerchiefs.
She won first place in the
wall hanging category. Pat
is from Morriston.
Jannie Bicknell entered
her Log Cabin Sampler
Quilt that took her about
five months to make. She
got first place in the sam-
pler category. Mrs. Bick-
nell is from Chiefland.
Christy Kimberlly is a
twelve-year old from
,Chiefland. She'i has been
competing in th'state fiii:r
for the past five years now
and has won first place
each year except for last
.year. Christy has made
pillows and embroidered
quilts. She won first place
in her category with her
embroidered quilt of flow-
ers, animals and children.
She is also very active in
her school and commu-
nity.
Ms. Winnelle Horne
entered her embroidered
quit that was made up of
roses and butterflies. She
won third place in the em-
broidering category. Win-
nelle Horne is from
Chiefland and the director
of the Log Cabin Quilters
of Levyville.
Congratulations to all the
ladies who had entries at
this year's fair. Levy
County was represented
well again this year,
thanks to the Log Cabin
Quilters.

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BJ Johnson won third place with her pillows.


Jannie Bicknell won first place with her log cabin
sampler quilt.


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Christy Kimberlly pictured with her embroidered quilt of
flowers, animals and children.


March 7h through 11".
Monday, March 7
Pizza
Tossed Salad
Green Peas
Mixed Fruit
Milk
Tuesday, March 8
Grilled Cheese Sandwich
Vegetable Soup
Tossed Salad
Apple Pie
Milk
Wednesday, March 9
Lasagna w/Cheese
Tossed Salad
Buttered Corn
Mixed Fruit
Garlic Roll
Milk


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Thursday, March 10
Chicken Fried Pattie
Mashed Potatoes w/Gravy
Corn on Cob
Chilled Peaches
Hot Rolls
Milk
Friday, March 11
Fish Nuggets w/Tartar
Sauce
Baked Beans
Cole Slaw
Peach Cobbler
Hot Roll
Milk




Applications
For Marriages

Filed In Levy

County

Timothy Lee Thrasher,
3/23/63, and Lisa Ann Reed,
7/20/63, both of Williston.
Richard Curtis, Harrell,
12/19/40, and Donna Marie
Earl, 2/27/52, both of
Williston.
Thomas LeRoy Johnson,
11/14/76, and Tabitha Mi-
chelle Bowles, 6/20/84, both
of Bronson.
Daryl Terrell Dallas,
4/30/71, and Amanda
Brooksea Dell Pace;
10/28/79, both of Williston.
William Charles Wheaton,
6/26/71, and Dawn Marion
Smith, 3/16/75, both of
Morriston.


Pat Osowiecki wqn first place with her quilt
wallhanging.


SHINE

Counseling At
Bronson

Library

March 9

A SHINE counseling site
will be held at the Bronson
Library on Wednesday,
March 9", from 1:30 to
3:30 p.m. Free and confi-
dential help is available to
secure prescriptions for lit-
tle or no cost through the
Sunshine for Seniors pro-
gram, Florida Department
of Elder Affairs, SHINE
volunteer. Over 250 phar-.
maceutical manufacturers
have some 292 programs
for those persons that meet
their guidelines. Each ,pro-
gram has different criteria,
most requiring income veri-
fication. A doctor's pre-
scription and signature is
required by all programs.
To determine if you are eli-
gible for any of these pro-
grams, bring a list of your
medications, with the daily
dosage of cich, and income
information to your SHINE
counseling site.
Also available is informa-
tion on the new Medicare
Prescription Drug Discount
Card. This card is now in
effect and can save 10-15%
on your prescriptions,
However, if a single person
has an income less than
$12,569, they could be eli-
gible for a $600 credit. For
a couple the figure is
$16,862 or less. Please
bring a list of your pre-
scriptions with, the daily
dosage of each along with
income information.


A savings of $13.50 a
month on BellSouth, Sprint,
Verizon, and in some in-
stances, Alltel telephone
companies is available for
low income families.
If home bound, or for
further information, call the
area Agency, on Aging's
Elder. Hotline at 1-800-262-
2243.
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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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Notice of Proposed Rules:
Southwest Florida Water Man-
agement District, rules 40D-
1.659, 40D-3.505, 40D-4.021,
40D-4.091, 40D-4.351, 40D-
40.381 and 40D-400.500, Florida
Administrative Code.
40D-1.659, F.A.C.
This rulemaking amends Form
No. 04.10 R-025 ((8/02), Notifi-
cation and Request for Transfer of
a Water Use Permit, to reflect cur-
rent rule requirements. The amend-
ment to rule 40D-1.659, F.A.C.,
incorporates the revised form and
changes the form number to LEG-
R002.01(2/05).
40D-3.505, F.A.C.
The proposed rule amendment will
provide the District with a mecha-
nism to review and act upon Well
Construction Permit (WCP) appli-
cations in areas of known
groundwater contamination that
have been identified by the Envi-
ronmental Protection Agency, the
Department of Environmental
Protection, or local governments.
The rule informs the public that
the District will deny a WCP ap-
plication if use of the well would
increase the potential for harm to
public health, safety and welfare,
of if the proposed well would de-
grade the water quality of the aqui-
fer by causing pollutants to
spread. The rule also advises the
public that variances from the rule
are available, and of the factors
that would be considered in re-
viewing a variance request.
40D-4.021, F.A.C.
The. proposed rule amendment
clarifies two definitions in the'
District's environmental resource
permitting rules. The changes are
consistent with the District's
long-term interpretation and ap-
plication of the terms: to nar-
rowly restrict exemptions from
permitting requirements, and will
clarify the meaning of the term for
the public. The definition or "al-
teration" is being modified to re-
move the term "design", in order
to clarify that it is the alteration
of what is currently in existence,
not what was planned, that re-
quires a permit. The definition of
"new surface water management
system" is being modified to add
the phrase "by. th Di;iiricl". to
:cljarif thai onlk sy'ems pre. -.
ously authorized by the District'
are exempt from permitting re-
quirements, not systems approved
by other entities.
40D-4.091, F.A.C.
This proposed rulemaking covers
tow issues. The first issue is fi-
nancial assurances. A permit ap-
plicant proposing mitigation for
wetland impacts is required by
Rule 40D-4.301(1)(j), F.A.C., to
provide the District with assur-
ances that the applicant is finan-
cially able to conduct the mitiga-
tion activities, including moni-
toring and any necessary correc-
tive action. The Environmental
Resource Permitting Basis of Re-
view (ERP Basis of Review) pres-
ently lists eight acceptable forms
of financial assurances that an ap-
plicant may provide. Four of the
listed forms are unduly complex,
or are not practical. The proposed
amendments to the ERP Basis of
Review delete references to the
impractical or unused forms of fi-
nancial responsibility. The
amendment to Rule 40D-4.091,
F.A.C., incorporates these revi-
sions to the ERP Basis of Review
into the District's rules.
Rule 40D-4.351, F.A.C.
Clarifies that a Formal Determina-
tion of Wetlands and Other Surface
Waters issued pursuant to Rule
40D-4.042, F.A.C., may be trans-
ferred to a successor in interest to
the party who originally peti-
tioned for the determination. The
amendment further indicates that
the transfer shall be subject to the


Levy County History
Thursday, March 3, 2005

96 years ago
From the Board Minutes 1909
Pursuant to notice having been given as required under
Chapter 5705 Acts of 1907, Laws of Florida, the county
convicts were offered for hire during the term of one year
beginning January 1, 1909. There being but two bidders,
S.A. Rawls and Company by andthrough their attorney
John A. Witis and J.S. Fisher and Company in their own
persons and the said county convicts were, upon motion
hired to the said J.S. Fisher and Company for the sum of
fifteen dollars per month for each and every convict.
(Women or females and all convicts under the age of 15
years, mutually agreed to be excepted.from the contract)
that being the highest bid offered.
J.D. Hiers, Chairman; Attest A.P. Hardee, Clerk.

From the Archives & History Center
Levy County Clerk's Office
Danny J. Shipp, Clerk of Court



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conditions of the original deter-
mination.
40D-40.381, F.A.C.
The proposed rule revisions pro-
vide a new limiting general condi-
tion for inclusion in all General
Environmental Resource Permits
for Minor Surface Water Manage-
ment Systems. In accordance with
the provisions of rule 40D-
40.301, F.A.C., an applicant for a
General Environmental Resource
Permit for a Minor Surface Water
Management System must certify
that the application meets the
conditions for issuance of such
permits. Since 1988, applications
for this type of permit only re-
ceive administrative staff review
for completeness, and are for the
most part not subject to engineer-
ing review. The permits are issued
based on administrative com-
pleteness and the certification of
the applicant's design Engineer of
Record that technical conditions
for issuance are met. After com-
pletion of construction, the Dis-
trict receives and reviews as-built
construction drawings for the pro-
ject. Occasionally, deficiencies in
the engineering design or othet
related problems result in a pro-
ject that does not meet District
rule requirements. The proposed
permit condition emphasizes that
the permit was issued based upon
the applicant's certification that
the project meets all applicable
rules and specifications, and in-
forms the applicant that the ap-
plicant will be required to correct
any later discovered deficiencies
in the project design or construc-
tion.
40D-400.500,. F.A.C.
Rule 40D-400.500, F.A.C., which
describes Noticed General Permits
for silvicultural surface water
management systems, references.
the Silviculture Best Management
Practices Manual published by the
Division of Forestry, Florida De-
partment of Agriculture and Cori-
sumer Services in 1993. An up-
dated manual was published in
2003. The District has reviewed
the 2003 manual, and proposes to
amend the rule to adopt the up-
dated document.
Contact: Mjrgarre M. Lvile,
.,Senior .Mqror[ne.,.Ortfcc of General
C,'ur~I l,-. 2379 Brioad Sir.cel,
Brooksville, Florida 34604-
6899; or (352) 796-7211, exten-
sion 4651.
The District does not discriminate
on the basis of disability. Anyone
requiring reasonable accommoda-
tion should contact Dianne Lee at
(352) 796-7211, ext. 4658; TDD
only: 1-800-231-6103.
Pub: March 3, 2005

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vinced to act before he acts is
not a man of action.
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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 Development 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:
SPETITION NO. PP 1-05:ParJue Landi Suj'..e ,; ieprsent-
'irg Bill A.usin,' etitioninig the Board' for PhPreiiinmar' 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 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" Agri-
dulture/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


SContractor, Inc.




352-463-7589


7239 S.W. 80th Avenue
Trenton, Florida 32693


tlsapp acceleration.net
CR-C058431


hearing impaired,
(TDD)1/800/955-8771, or Voice
(V) 1/800/955-8770, via Florida
Relay Service.
Danny J. Shipp
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: Gwen McElroy
Deputy Clerl
(COURT SEAL).
Pub: February 24, March 3, 2005



Four things come not back -
the spoken word, the sped ar-
row, the past life and the ne-
glected opportunity.


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 591 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"' STREET
MORRISTON, FL 32668
OR
11950 SE 59"' STREET
MORRISTON, FL 32668
OR
328 TURKEY CRREK
ALACHUA, FL 32615

LAST KNOWN ADDRESS
STATED, CURRENT ADDRESS
UNKNOWNN N
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


Division:
NICOLE I. '.NTiNTO

and
JAMES MCCLOSKE


NOTICE OF AC'
DISSOLUTIC
MARRIA(


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 2004-CA-0946
MID-STATE TRUST VII, 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 IJEARING IMPAIRED,
(TDD) 1-800-955-8771, VOICE 1-
800-955-8770. THIS IS NOT A
COURT INFORhL-TION 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) 933-77221
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


Any person or affiliate who has
Penroner been placed on the" conmit'ted ven-
dor list following a public entity
crime may not submit a bid to or
Y, JR, contract with a public entity for
Respondent. construction of a public work as
[ION FOR set forth in Florida Statute, Chap-
)N OFO ter 287.133. Bidder shall certify
GE to eligibility in the bid proposal.


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


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Dona Potter d/b/a Bronson Self
Storage, pursuant to the provi-
sions of the Florida Self Storage
Facility Act (Fla. Stat. 83.801 et
sec.) hereby gives notice of sale
under said Act to wit:,
On March 19th, at Bronson Self
Storage, 839 E. Hathaway Ave.,
Bronson, Fl. 32621, Dona Potter
or her agent will conduct a sale at
10:00 A.M. by sealed bids to the
highest bidder. Bids to be opened
at noon, with viewing from 9:30
A.M. until noon for the contents
of the bay or bays, rented by the
following person/persons.
Gatsy Long
P.O. Box 784
Bronson, FL 32621


Bidding Documents may be ob-
tained' from: :
Mills Engineering Company
P.O. Box 778
Bronson, Florida 32621
Phone: (352) 486-2872
FAX: (352) 486-2498
The right is reserved to accept or
reject any or all bids.
Pub: March 3, 10, 2005



Public Notice of Receipt Of
Application
State of Florida
Department
of Environmental
Protection
Notice of Application

The Department announces re-
ceipt of an application for a per-
mit from Levy County Board of
Commissioners to construct a
transfer Station at the Levy
County Solid Waste Management
Facility. Included in the applica-
tion are proposals to construct a
100'x180' building to allow load-
ing of wastes onto transport vehi-
cles for transfer to a receiving fa-
cility out of county. The facility
is located atl2051 NE 69'h Lane,
Bronson, Florida. The Department
file number for the project is
243845-001.
This application is being proc-
essed and is available for public
inspection during normal busi-
ness hours, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00
p.m., Monday through Friday, ex-
cept legal holidays, at 7825 Bay-
meadows Way, Suite B-200, Jack-
sonville, Florida. Any comments
or objections should be filed in
writing with the Department at
this address. Comments or objec-
tions should be submitted as soon
as possible to insure that there is
adequate time for them to be con-
sidered in the Department's deci-
sion on the application.
Pub: March 3, 2005



Small obligations, given ha-
bitually, are what preserve the
heart and secure comfort.
--William Davy


Consists of household, personal
items or miscellaneous merchan-
dise, stored at Bronson Self Stor-
age, 839 E. Hathaway Ave., Bron-
son, FL 32621. Sale is being held
to satisfy a statutory lien.
Dated February 28, 2005
Bronson Self Storage
Dona Potter
PO Box 1705
Bronson, FL 32621
Phone: (352) 486-2121
Sale Date: 03/19/05
Pub: March 3, 10, 2004


ADVERTISEMENT
The Levy County Board of
County Commissioners hereby
gives notice that bids will be ac-
cepted from qualified bidders for
the following work:
Resurfacing the existing pave-
ment of Levy County Road No. C-
341 with asphaltic concrete level-
ing and surface course, shoulder
work and incidental items.
Location of this work is Levy
County Road No. C-341 (LCR No.
C-341) from US 19/SR55 north-
erly to the Gilchrist County line.
The length of project is ap-
proximately 6.0 miles.
Approximately 90 days will be
allowed for construction.
Sealed bids will be received at
the office of the Levy County Co-
ordinator, P.O. Drawer 310, Bron-
son, Florida, until 10:00 A.M.
(local time), Friday, April 1 ,
2005. Bidding Documents will
not be issued after 5:00 P.M. (lo-
cal time), Thursday, March
31, 2005.
A Proposal Guaranty of not less
than five percent (5%) of the total
actual bid, in the form of either a
certified check, cashiers check,
trust company treasurers check,
bank draft of any national or state
bank, or a Surety Bid Bond, made
payable to the Levy County Board
of County Commissioners, must
accompany each bid. A check or
draft in an amount less than five
percent (5%) of the actual bid will
invalidate the bid.
All work is to be done in accor-
dance with the Plans, Specifica-
tions, and Special Provisions to
accompany the Florida Depart-
ment of Transportation Standard
Specifications for Road and
Bridge Construction 2004.


pute and otherwise shall contain
the same information asset forth


STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF
ENVIRONMENTAL
PROTECTION NOTICE OF
PROPOSED AGENCY
ACTION
The Department of Environ-
mental Protection gives Notice of
its Intent to Levy County Board of
County Commissioners for the
continued operation of the Levy
County Solid Waste Management
Facility; Class I Landfill, and
Class III Landfills (Expansion &
Original), and continued mainte-
nance of two closed Class I Land-
fills, "Area No. 1" and "Trench l."
The main entrance to the Levy
County Landfill is located on
12051 Northeast 69" Lane, in
Levy County, Florida.
The Department's file on this
matter is available for public in-
spection during normal business
hours, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Monday through Friday, except
legal holidays at 7825 Baymead-
ows Way, Suite 200B, Jackson-
ville, Florida.
A person whose substantial in-
terests are affected by the above
proposed agency action may peti-
tion for an administrative deter-
mination (hearing) under sections
120.569 and 120.57 of the Flor-
ida Statutes. The petition must
contain the information set forth
below and must be filed (received)
in the Department's Office of
General Counsel, Marjory Stone-
man Douglas Building, 3900
Commonwealth Boulevard, Mail
Station 35, Tallahassee, Florida
32399-3000. Petitions filed by
any persons other than those enti-
tled to written notice under sec-
tion 120.0(3) of the Florida Stat-
utes must be filed within" 14 days
of publication of this notice -or
receipt of the written notice,
whichever occurs first. The peti-
tioner shall mail a copy of the pe-
tition to the applicant at the ad-
dress indicated above at the time
of filing. The failure of any per-
son to file a petition within the
appropriate time period shall con-
stitute a waiver of that person's
right to request an administrative
determination (hearing) under sec-
tions 120.569 and 120.57 of the
Florida Statutes, or to intervene in
this proceeding and participate as
a party to it. Any subsequent in-
tervention (in a proceeding initi-
tc-d bh anolhLer piri,'i ill be
only atn e discreion of the pre-
siding officer upon the filing of a
motion in compliance with rule
28-106.205 of the Florida Admin-
istrative Code.
A petition that disputes the ma-
terial facts on which the Depart-
ment's action is based must con-
tain the following information:
(a) The name, address, and
telephone number of each
petitioner, the applicant's
name and address, the De-
partment File Numbers
(0126311-006, 018490-
002 and 0126309-003) and
the county in which the
project is proposed;
(b) A statement of how and
when each petitioner re-
ceived notice of the De-
partment's action or pro-
posed action;
(c) A statement of how each pe-
titioner's substantial inter-
ests are affected by the De-
partment's action or pro-
posed action;
(d) A statement of all material
facts disputed.by petitioner
or a statement that there are
no disputed facts;
(e) A statement of facts which
the petitioner contends war-
rant reversal or modifica-
tion of the Department's ac-
tion or proposed action;
(f) A statement of which rules
or statutes the petitioner
contends require reversal or
modification of the De-
partment's action or pro-
posed action; and
(g) A statement of 'the relief
sought by the petitioner,
stating precisely the action
the petitioner wants the
Department to take with re-
spect to the Department's
action or proposed action.
A petition that does not dispute
the material facts on which the
Department's action is based shall
state that no such facts are in dis-


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above, as required by rule 28-
106.310 of the Florida Adminis-
trative 'Code.
Because the administrative hear-
ing process is designed to formu-
late final agency action, the filing
of a petition means that the De-
partment's final action may be
different from the position taken
by it in this notice. Persons
whose substantial interest will be
affected by any such final decision
of the Department have the right
to petition to become a party to
the proceeding, in accordance
with the requirements set forth
above.
In accordance with Section
120.573, F.S., the Department
advises that the mediation is not
available in this case as an alter-
native to filing a petition for an
administrative determination.
Pub: March 3, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE 8TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 38-2004-CA-0997
M&T TRUST COMPANY AS
TRUSTEE, IN TRUST FOR THE
HOLDERS OF SECURITIZATION
SERIES 1999-2,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CHET CROFT A/K/A CHET C.
CROFT, et al,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICES HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to a Final Judgment of Fore-
closure dated the 21s day of Febru-
ary, 2005,,and entered in Case No.
38-2004-CA-0997, of the Circuit
Court of the 8'" Judicial Circuit in
and for Levy County, Florida,
wherein M & T TRUST COM-
PANY, AS TRUSTEE, IN TRUST
FOR THE HOLDERS OF SECURI-
TIZATION SERIES 1999-2 is the
Plaintiff and CHET CROFT A/K/A
CHET C. CROFT; CITIFINAN-
CIAL EQUITY SERVICES, INC.;
CLERK OF COURT, LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA; STATE OF
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF
REVENUE; EUGENIA ROSS-
NAGEL; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
CHET CROFT A/K/A CHET C.
CROFT; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
EUGENIA ROSSNAGEL; JOHN
DOE; JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN
TENANTS) IN,-POSSESSION1 OF
f- Str BJK C-T PROPERTYY eJ.,e-
fendants. I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at the
FRONT STEPS OF COURTHOUSE
at the Levy County Courthouse, in
BRONSON, Florida at 11:00 a.m.
on the 21" day of March, 2005,
the following described property
as set forth in said Final Judg-
ment, to wit:
ALL THAT PARCEL OF LAND IN
LEVY COUNTY, STATE OF FLOR-
IDA. AS MORE FULLY DE-
SCRIBED IN BOOK 282, PAGE
533, ID#07679-000-00. BEING
KNOWN AND DESIGNATED AS
LOT 6, BLOCK C, SUWANNEE
RIVER SPRINGS SUBDIVISION
NO. 2 OF MANATEE SPRINGS
AREA. FILED IN PLAT BOOK 1,
PAGE 62.
If you are a person with Disabili-
ties who need any.accommodation
to participate in this proceeding,
you are 'entitled at no cost to you
to the provision of certain assis-
tance. Please contact the ADA
Coordinator at Court Street, Bron-
son, FL 32621 or Telephone
(352) 486-5276 prior to such pro-
ceeding. If you are hearing im-
paired call 1-800-955-8771.
Dated this 21st day of February,
2005.

DANNY J. SHIPP
Clerk Of The Circuit Court

By: Gwen McElroy
Deputy Clerk
Law Office of Marshall C. Watson
1800 NW 49th Street, Suite 120
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33309
Telephone: (954) 453-0365
Facsimile: (954) 771-6052
04-08079
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Obituaries


Mrs. Rachel R.
Branthover

Mrs. Rachel R. Bran-
thover of Chiefland died
Friday, February 25, 2005,
at her home. She was 98.
Mrs. Branthover was-born
in Ridgeway, Pennsylvania
and moved to the Chiefland
area over 20 years ago from
Riva, Maryland.
She is survived by her
caregiver and granddaugh-
ter, Carol Reed of
Chiefland; sister, Fredericka
Clough of San Francisco,
California; and four grand-
children.
Arrangements were under
the care of Knauff Funeral
Home, Williston.

Mrs. Janice M. Dykes

Mrs. Janice M. Dykes of
Gulf Hammock died Friday,
February 25, 2005. She was
61.
Mrs. Dykes was born in
Zelienople, Pennsylvania
and came here from Ft.
Pierce in 1995. She was a
retired business owner of
Dykes Food Store in Ft.
Pierce and was a member of
Otter Creek Baptist Church.
She was preceded in death
by her parents, H.H. and
Vivian M. Matheny.
She is survived by her
husband of 37 years, Char-
les Donald Dykes of Gulf
Hammock; a daughter,
Patricia D. McPeak of
Amory, -Mississippi; two
sons, Charles "Buzzy"
Dykes of Dickson, Tennes-
see and Jeff A. Matheny of
Vero Beach; a sister, Bar-
bara D. GoQdin of ,Ft.
Pierce; a brother, Herbert
"Butch" Howard Matheny,
III of Melbourne; and six
grandchildren.
Services were held on
Sunday, February 27"', at
2:00 p.m. at Otter Creek
Baptist Church. Burial fol-
lowed in the Cedar of
Lebanon Cemetery- .
Arrangements was under
the care of Hiers-Baxley
Funeral Services, Chief-
land.

Mr. Thomas H.
McBride, Jr.

Mi..Thomas H. McBride,
Jr., died Sunday, February
27, .2005 at Nature Coast
Hospital in Williston. He
was 52.
Mr. McBride was born in
Winston-Salem, North
Carolina, and moved to, the
Williston -area over three
Sears ago from Tampa.
Mr. McBride was em-
ployed by Dan's Auto
Body %working with golf
cart manufacturing. He was,
an avid book reader and
enjoyed garage sales.
He is survived by his
wife, Nancy McBride. of
Bronson; two sons,
Jeremiah Ray McBride of
Tampa and Job Michael
McBride of Bronson; two
daughters, Heather Camp
and Caitlin Jay, both of
Winston Salem, .North
Carolina; father, Thomas
H. McBride, Sr., of Paff
Town, North Carolina; two
sisters, Deborah Johnson of
Winston-Salem, North
Carolina and Rita Ketner
of Paff Town, North Caro-
lina; and seven' grandchil-


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dren.
Arrangements were under
the care of Knauff Funeral
Home, Williston.

Mr. Michael James
Sweeney
Mr. Michael James
Sweeney died Wednesday,
February 23, 2005 at his
home in Williston. He was
59.
Mr. Sweeney was born in
Boston, Massachusetts and
moved to the Williston area
over four years ago from
West Palm Beach. He was
retired from the Merchant
Marines with over 40 years
of service. Mr. Sweeney
enjoyed gardening and
travel.
He is survived by his sons,
Michael Sweeney and Mark
Sweeney, both of Nashua,
New Hampshire; parents,
William J. Sweeney, Sr. and
Julia Sweeney of Stoneham,
Massachusetts; three broth-
ers, Bill Sweeney of Willis-
ton, Jack Sweeney of Meri-
mack, New Hampshire and
Robert Sweeney of War-
renton, Virginia; two sisters,
Carol Casselo of Sandwich,
Massachusetts and Julie
SSweeney of Stoneham, Mas-
sachusetts; and two grand-
children.
Arrangements were under
the care of Knauff Funeral
Home, Williston.

Mr. Morgan "Bo"
Tindall, Sr.

Mr. Morgan "Bo" Tin-
dall, Sr. of Morriston died
Saturday, February 26,
2005. He was 76.
Mr. Tindall was born in
Gulf Hammock and moved
to Morriston 30 years ago.
He was preceded in death
b\ his wife, Daphine Shipp
Tindall. and a son, Harvey
Plant Tindall.
, He is'siirvived by his son,
Morgan PrLaltt Tindall, Jr.
of Starke and four grand-
children; two great-
grandchildren.
Funeral Services were
held Tuesday, March 1st, at
the Bronson Cemetery with
Pastor Billy Keith officiat-
ing.
,Arrangements were un-
der the care. of Hiers-
Baxley Funeral Services,
Chiefland.

Mrs. Mar' Gayle
Velez

Mrs, Mary Gayle Velez
died Sunday, February 27,
2005 at Shands at AGH in
Gainesville. She was 69.
Mrs. Velez was born in
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania'
and moved to the Williston
area over 20 years ago from
Miami. She enjoyed read-
ing and spending time with
her grandchildren.
She was preceded in death
by her son, Michael Velez,
Jr.
She is survived by her
husband Michael Velez of
Williston; three sons, Dennis
VanHoose of Ft. Lauder-
dale, Scott VanHoose of
West Palm Beach and Ken-
neth Velez of Williston; a
sister, Pat Brinkman of
Rochester, New York; six
grandchildren; and three
great-grandchildren.


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Arrangements were under
the care of Knauff Funeral
Home, Williston.


Mrs. Tammy Lee
Willoughby
Mrs. Tammy Lee Wil-
loughby, formerly of Old
Town, died Sunday, Febru-
ary 27, 2005. She was 40.
Born at Fort Benning,
Georgia, Mrs. Willoughby
was raised in Florida, mov-
ing to Old Town in 1994 and
then to Riguad, Canada five
years ago.
She was a member of the
Blockhead Quilt Club in
Canada and was also a'
homemaker.
She is survived by her son,
Lee K. Willoughby of Old
Town; her mother, Lorine G.
Judkins of Old Town; three
brothers, James J. Farina of
Deltona, Edwin L. Jackson
of Chiefland and Edward M.
Jackson of Deltona; aunts
and uncles, Dorothy and
Donald Brooke of Sanford,
Evelyn and Frederick
McCleary of Orlando, Cecil
Butler of Old Town, Pearl
Gwynni of Ocala, Mildred
Petty of Old Town, Buck
Pettey of Sanford and many
cousins. Her Canadian fam-
ily consisted of a devoted
partner, Melvyn Gormann of
,Riguad, his children. Lynda
Gormann, Sandra Gormann
and Staffen Gormann. She
will be missed by a host of
.Canadian friends.
A visitation will be held
Friday, March 4, 2005 be-
tween 6:00 and 8:00 p.m. at
the Rick Gooding Funeral
Home Chapel.
A funeral service will be
held Saturday, March 5,
2005 at the Rick Gooding
Funeral Home Chapel with
Rev. Vernon Coombs con-
ducting the service. Inter-
ment will follow at Cross
City nmetir,., )
Arrangements were under
the care of RICK
GOODING FUNERAL
HOME, Cross City.



Levy County
Needs
Correctional
Officers

Levy Count\ needs more
correctional officers ac-
cording to state labor mar-
ket statistics. The expected
2005 gro\ th rate for the
county is 3.48 percent. Ap-
pro\imaicl\ 75 correctional
officer positions are located
at the Levy Forestry Work
Camp, which is part 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-
portuniti Center.
"First, the applicant is
hired by the state with full
benefits and pay of $2000 a
month," said 'Escue. "After,
a couple, of months on
modified duty at a correc-
tional facility, trainees com-
plete 15 weeks of classes at
Central Florida Community
College in Ocala, receiving
pay just as if they. were
working full time. There is
no charge for tuition and
books."
A female who earned cer-
tification as a correctional
officer in 2000 at the age of
19 said, "It's quick and
easy, and you're getting
your foot in the door to-
wards getting a degree in
criminology or for cross-
over training to get into law
enforcement or correctional


probation."
Local residents interested
in corrections as a career
may apply by contacting
Escue at the CFCC Levy
Center, (352) 493-9533,
extension 2108.


A leader must be able to con-
centrate under difficult condi-
tions to keep his head when
all about.him are losing theirs.


Forestry -

By Sra0oha


Mr. Stephen Wilson performing the "Flubber"
experiments for Chiefland Elementary fifth graders.

Science Experiments

Conducted For

Chiefland

Elementary Students
By Miriam Blitch


Students at Chiefland
Elementary came one step
closer to being FCAT
ready last week.
Stephen and Christina
Wilson have conducted a
program for, the past eight
years called, "The Miracle
of Science." This pro-
gram was presented in
public schools throughout
the state of Florida. The
fifth graders of Chiefland
Elementary, enjoyed par-
ticipating in experiments
that were conducted by
Mr. Wilson., "The Miracle
of Science" program
which Mr. Wilson per-
formed last Tuesday, Feb-
ruary 22nd, was a big hit
with the students..


This is very educational.
for the students because
the science experiments
that are taught are the
ones they will encounter
on the FCAT test.
Stephen Wilson gradu-
ated with a bachelor's de-
gree from Western Caro-
lina University majoring in
middle school science. He
is stepping down from be-
ing the "Science Guy"
and is devoting his full at-
tention to youth ministry
as the youth minister at,
First Baptist Church in
Cedar Key. Mr. Wilson
also ministers to the youth
inmates at Lancaster Cor-
rectional Institution in
Trenton.


Bronson Middle

Sch ool Boys' Baseball

Starts Season With


Two Wins
The start of a good season
Same to theo boys' Middle
School Baseball team on
February 22," and February
24'" when they started the
season \\ ith two solid "\ ins.
Their first w in \was against
the Bell Bulldogs. With V.
Greenlee hitting a triple, T.
Wimberly bringing in 5
RBIs and .the rest of the
team playing their best, the
final score: was 17-8 The
most runs Were scored by
K; Barber with 4 runs and 2
RBIs. The second win was
against the Oak Hall Eagles.
A Brooks, K. Barber and V.
Greenlee all scored 3 runs.


T. Wimberly stole a total of
4 bases and A. Duncan hit a
triple. J. Williams' catching
was on point and newcomer
A. Bouder brought in his
first 2 RBIs, making the fi-
nal score 21-6. M.
Spadavecchia played ex-
tremely well with 3 RBIs,
and 3 runs. Hopefully, this
is just the beginning of a
wonderful season for the
hard playing Middle School.
Boys' Baseball Bronson
Eagles.
The next home game is
March 10", 2005 at 5:00
p.m. against .Creekside
Christian.


Friends To Have

Book Sale March 5


The: Friends of the Willis-
ton Public Librar\ \\ill 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 corner 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


CEDAR KEY
Date High Low High Low High
Thu -0.128 ft. 2.110 ft.' 1.602 ft. 3.522 ft"
Mar 3, 05 12:38 AM 7:30 AM 11:47 AM 5:56 PM
Fri -0.087 ft. 2.085 ft. 1.946 ft. 3.370 ft.
Mar 4. 05 2:05 AM 9:53 AM 1:06 PM 7:12 PM
Sjt -0.233 ft. 2.358 ft. 2.032 ft. 3.350 ft.
Mar 5, 05, 3:46 AM 11:40 AM 3:12 PM 8:52 PM
Sun .. 0.522 ft. 2.638 ft. 1.762 ft. 3.527 ft.
Mar 6, 05 5:07 AM 12:23 PM 4:47 PM 10:22 PM
Mon -0.770 ft. 2.873 ft. 1.314 ft. 3.768 ft.
Mar 7, 05 6:04 AM 12:55 PM 5:51 PM 11:33 PM
Tue -0.874 ft. 3.073 ft. 0.823 ft.
Mar 8, 05 6:50 AM 1:22 PM 6:43 PM
Wed 3.941 ft. -0.808 ft. 3.247 ft. 0.363 ft.
Mar 9, 05 12;32 AM 7:30 AM 1:48 PM 7:29 PM
Last Quarter: 3/3 12:38 PM Perigee: 3/7 11:00 PM


Welcome to the first
edition of the column
strictly devoted to forestry
and land management.
You are cordially invited to
write in your forestry ques-
tions. If your question is se-
lected, it will appear in
print along with the an-
swer.
Got some land you're
not sure what to do with?
Wondering about, cost-
share programs? Looking
for local forestry vendors to
do some work? Not so sure
about prescribed burning
or mitigation burning?
Want to plant pines for
timber production, or fruit
trees for wildlife-or both?
Interested in the Forest
Stewardship program?
These are just a sample of
the kinds of issues we will
be tackling when your let-
ters start coming in.
Each week, two ques-
tions will be selected. You


may submit as many ques-
tions as you wish, and you
may remain anonymous or
use a "street" name. Ques-
tions must be submitted in
writing-phone called
questions will not be ac-
cepted.
To submit your ques-
tion, you may either:
Email:
kohans@doacs.state.fl.us
Drop a note in person to
the Levy County Agricul-
tural Center, 625 N. Hath-
away Avenue (across from
the Road Department),
Sara Kohan, County Fo-
rester's Office.
Regular mail:
Sara Kohan
Levy County Forester
P.O. Box 1507
Bronson, FL 32621
For questions, please
contact me at (352) 486-
5325. I look forward to
hearing from you.


Family Caregiver

Support Group

To Meet
Family Caregiver Sup- 2:00 p.m. Respite Reim-
port Group will meet at the bursement is available for
First Baptist Church, 551 this group. Refreshments
North Young Boulevard, will be served. For more
U.S. Hwy 27 Alt., information, please call
Chiefland, on March 15th, Sandra at 1-8 00-717-3277
at 10:00 a.m. Respite Re- Free Caregiver Work-
imbursement is available shop, "Disaster Prepared-
for this group. For more ness." At 12:00 p.m., Mt.
information, please call Erie Baptist Church,
Sandra at 1-800-717-3277 Chiefland. Respite Reim-
Will, meet ,at. Williston bursement is available for
-HealthP Care center.: X300: this. eent... For. more I-
NW ""First' Avenue" in formation, -'plbase call
Williston on March 24th at Carolyn at 1-800-717-3277


Easter Egg Hunt To Be

Held In Fanning Springs

March 19


The Fanning Springs City
Council invites kids ages 1-
11 to come to the Fanning
Springs State Park on Satur-
day, March 19, 2005 at 10:00
a.m. to participate in an
Easter Egg Hunt. ) .


World War II
Veterans And
Proud Of It
To Meet
March 10

All World War II et'erans
are invited to our meeting
on Thursday, March 10,
2005, at 11:3,0 a.m. in the
Fellowship Hall of the Old
Town United Methodist
Church located on Highway
19/98. This will be a cov-
ered dish luncheon.
Come join the camarade-
rie. Bring a fellow vet, your


Three age groups will hunt
separately and various prizes
will be hidden in the eggs.
Bring your Easter basket
and come prepared to have
fun!


spouse or a friend and share
the memories.
We had a wonderful time
last months at the Izaak
Walton Restaurant and
Lodge in Yankeetown. We
had 36 members aboard
ship. We discussed safety in
the home" and Mr. Robert
Clarke entertained us with is
traveling experiences.
If you have any questions
call Billie Cooper at 352-
.493-9368 or Dick Hal-
vorsen at 352-542-7697.
Dick Halvorsen

Example is not the main thing
in influencing others it's the
only thing.
-Albert Schweitzer


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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
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

WANTED TO
BUY
Four bedroom home or
larger on five :acres or
more. In Levy County. No
realtors or brokers. Call
580-225-3614. 3/3,10,17b


SERVICES
Mako Plastering, free es-
timates, stucco, marble,
acro-crete, from the Keys
to Georgia. Office 352-
486-4316 Guarantee sat-
isfaction. 3/31'b tfn


T & J Tree Service. Li-
Scensed and insured, free
estimates, 17 years experi-
ence, .and. 24-hr. emer-
gency service. Call 352-
486-6297. 3/31p

Mowing, trimming, sod,
..-hrub grooming,., mulcih-
iqng. fertilizing, pressure
washing, seasonal clean
up, complete landscaping!
Licensed and insured. Call
Terry, (352) 486-1365, Cell
(352) 281-3203. 3'31b tfn


Boat Motor Repair. Free
motor diagnostics, rebuilt
motors, buy, sell and
trade. Layman Outboard
Repair. 352-486-7096
3,31b tfn
STrees, Trees, Trees.
, Langston Tree Service,
Inc. Call (352) 463-0021
3/31b tfn
PETS
Free to a good home: one
spayed, red nose pit bull, 4
.years old, tan in color.
;. One female bull/curr mix,
l. one year old, gray/white in
Color. Call 352-493-9201
From 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
:References required. 3/3b


AUCTION
Southern Auction Mar-
keting, 15991 NE Hwy.
27A, Williston. Monday
night, March 7, 2005 at
7:00 p.m., AU1423,
AU1437, AB2240, 10%
buyer's premium. Table
and four chairs, high-
chair, sofa recliner, sofa
table, bed, swivel rocker,
jewelry, glassware and
more. Contact 352-528-
2950. 3/3b
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 3/31b tfn
The Council of Catholic
Women will be holding
their annual yard sale on
March 4th from 8:00 a.m.
to 4:00 p.m. and March
5th from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00
p.m.' at 911 NW 4th St.
next to the elementary
school. All proceeds will be
used for outreach pro'-
grams. Please stop by-
shop and help support our
projects. 33f


Geiger's big yard sale off
of alternate 27, 9502 NE
95th Ct. Bronson, Satur-
day 3/5, Sunday and 3/6,
from 9:00 a.m., till 4:00p.m.
3/3p


Sheriff's

Comer
By: Johnny Smith,
Levy County Sheriff
.'Hi 'eer)one. Welcome to
this week's Sheriffs Corer.
This past week has been very,
busy and I have several items
to talk to you about. The first
will be the issue of Andrew
and Leon Wiggins. As you
know we had questions asked
as to the identity of the per-
son in a drug transaction
video. Andrew Wiggins was
convicted of this crime and
sentenced to 60 months.
The question: Was the per-
son in the video actually
Leon Wiggins? We had a
hearing in court before Judge
Mary Day Coker as to that
question. After listening to
all of the testimony, Judge
Coker took the case under
advisement and will return a
decision as to whether Ant
drew Wiggins should be re-
tried. I'll keep you posted.
The next issue at hand had
to do with the Matthew L.
Arthur investigation. This


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was the case where our
deputies were forced to shoot
and ultimately kill Mr. Ar-
thur. Subsequent to that
FDLE investigated the case
and shooting.
We met with FDLE last
week to learn about their
findings. We were told that
our deputies had acted ap-
propriately. They were also
being released to go back to
work. Due to the nature of
the case our deputies have
been offered and undergone a
full evaluation in this issue. It
is anticipated that a grand
jury will be impaneled by the
State Attorney's Office.
This has been a terrible
situation. We, are here to
protect our citizens, not hurt
them. However, I'm happy
and relieved that our men
were not killed. I'm pleased
that their training, experience
and involvement in law en-
forcement enabled them to
defend themselves. Our
hearts go out to Mr. Arthur's
family. We hope they are
okay. We also hope this
never happens again. Take
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Levy County
Sheriff's

Report
The Levy County Sheriffs
Department released the fol-
lowing arrest report on MNn-
day. February 28, 2005.
On February 18, 2005,
Abraham Linton Grimes of
Dade Cit\, D.O.B. 10/21/75,
was arrested at the Levy
County Jail on a Pasco
County warrant on the
charge of violation of proba-
tion/grand theft (auto). He
was being held without bond
at the time of publication,
awaiting transport to Pasco
County.
:On February 20, 2005, Ra-
chel Dorothea Momson of
Forest Falls. California,
D.O.B. 11/10/82, was ar-
rested on the charge of re-
sisting arrest without vio-
lence. Bail in the amount of
$1,500 was set.
On February 20, 2005, Ca-
cie L. Morgan of Bronson,
D.O.B. 1/8/90, was arrested
on charges of domestic bat-
tery and battery (domestic)
on person over 65 years of
age. No disposition was
given on the report.
On February 21. 2005,
Daniel Arrington of
Chiefland. D.O.B. 11/29/77,
was arrested at the Lev',
County Jail on the charge of
,violation of probation/
violation of community con-
trol (grand theft). He was
released on his own recogni-
zance.
On February 21, 2005,
Virgil Dewayne Cantrell of
Lady Lake, D.O.B. 3/10/66,
was arrested on a Levy
County warrant on charges
of violation of proba-
tion/uttering forged instru-
ment and grand theft. He
was being held w without bond
at the time of publication.
On February 21, 2005,
James R. Henry of Fanning
Springs. D.O.B. 1/16/57, was
arrested on a Levy County'

warrant on charges of driving
while under the influence
with serious bodily) injury
and driving while license
suspended or revoked. Bail
in the amount of $5,000 was
set.
On February 22, 2005,
Eugene Donald of Williston,
D.O.B. 3/21/64, was arrested
on a St. Johns County war-
rant on the charge of.viola-
tion of probation/organized
fraud. He was being held
without bond at the time of


publication and was awaiting
transport to St. Johns
County.
On February 22, 2005,
Norma Jean Gaunceof Mor-
riston, D.O.B. 12/10/61, was
arrested on a Lev, County
warrant on charges of lar-
ceny/theft over $300, less
than $500 and fraud/swindle
under $20.000. A blanket
bond in the amount of $5,000
was set.
On February 22, 2005,
Christopher Alexander


Granger of Chiefland,
D.O.B. 10/26/85, was ar-
rested on the charge of re-
sisting arrest without vio-
lence. He was being held
without bond at the time of
publication.
On February 22, 2005,
Gloria Jean Granger of
Chiefland, D.O.B. 7/26/55,
was arrested on charges of
battery on a law enforcement
officer and resisting arrest
without violence. Bail in the
amount of $2,500 was set.
On February 22, 2005,
Richard Mac Miller of
Carrollton, Texas, was ar-
rested on charges of expired
driver's license more than
four months and no motor
vehicle registration. Bail in
the amount of $1,000 was
set.
On February 22, 2005,
Mark J. Washington of Cross
City, D.O.B. 6/10/57, was ar-
rested on a Dixie County
warrant on the charge, of
violation of proba-
tion/possession of controlled
substance. He \\as being held
without bond at the time of
publication.
On February 22, 2005,
Teresa Ann Wisnewski of
Crawfordville, D.O.B.
12/20/74, was arrested on a
Bay County warrant on the
charge of grand theft. She
was being held without bond
at the time of publication
awaiting transport to Bay
County.
On February '23, 2005,
Sydnie Carl Frazier of
Williston. D.O.B. 1/24/60,
was arrested on charges of
burglary, domestic battery
and theft. Bail in the amount
,of $25,000 was set:
On February 23, 2005,,
Donald Russell Jones of
Bronson, D.O.B. 3/25/79,
was arrested at the Alachua
County Jail on a Levy
County capias on charges of
driving while license sus-
pended or revoked, fleeing
and attempting to elude, at-
tached tag not assigned and
resisting arrest \without \io-
lence. Bail in the amount of
$25.000 was set.
On February 23. 2005.
Enimeret Lamoin Wheeler of
Ocala. D.O.B. 6/16/67, was
arrested on a Levy County
warrant on the charge of fail-
ure to appear/resisting arrest
without violence. Bail in the
amount of $10.000 was set.
On February 24. 2005,
Larry Goolsbv of Trenton.
D.O.B. 8/8/73. was arrested
on a Le\ County warrant on
the charge of violationn of
probation/grand theft. He
was being held without bond
at the time of publication.
On February 24, 2005,
Stephen Groo of Cedar Key,
D.O.B. 8/31/85, was arrested
on a Levy County warrant on
charges of violation of pro-
bation/providing false identi-
fication to law enforcement
officer and possession of al-'
cohol by person under 21
years of age. He was being
held x without bond at the time
of publication.
On' February 24, 2005,
Idus Daniel Oxner of New
Port Riche\, D.O.B.
12/30/66, w\as arrested at the
Pasco County Jail on .a Levy
County warrant on the
charge of violation of proba-
tion/no valid driver's license.
He was being held without
bond at the time of publica-
tion.


WANTIEI) IN LEYA COUNTY


Alisha Marie Carevic
Date of birth: 2-27-84
Last known Address:
Chiefland
Wanted for: Fraud
Insuff. Funds.


Matthew A. Charles
rDate of birth: 10-4-81
Last known Address:
Chiefland
Wanted for: VOP
: a Battery.


Julie P. Dziurman
Date of birth: 1-11-70
Last known Address:
Ocala
Wanted for: VOP
Worthless Check.


Kadadryl Hamilton
Date of birth: 11-8-74
Last known Address:
Gainesville
Wanted for: Non-
Support Writ.


Emma Kramp
Date of birth: 10-26-74
Last known Address:
Trenton
Wanted for: Non-
Support Writ.


John W. Nelson, Jr.
Date of birth: 3-19-72
Last known Address:
Williston
Wanted for: Non-
Support Writ.


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.


On February 24, 2005,
Brian Christopher Stokes of
Fanning Springs. D.O.B.
8/7/78, was arrested on the
charge of violation of proba-
tion/driving while license
suspended or revoked. He
was being held without bond
at the time of publication.
On February 24; 2005,
Charles Jackson Parker, Jr.
of Inglis, D.O.B. 5/29/57,
was arrested on charges of
violation of, probation/
driving while under the in-
fluence and violation of pro-
bation/driving while license
suspended or revoked. He
was being held without bond
at the time of publication.
On February 25,, 2005,
George Hamilton Pierce of
* 8b nson.bi: '.'0;.i.:'" 8/15/61.
was arrested on charges of
trafficking in methampheta-
mine (2 counts) and posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia (2
counts). Bail in the amount
of $50,000 was set.

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Inspection
Checkpoints
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license and vehicle inspec-
tion checkpoints during the
following dates: March 1-
31, 2005. These checkpoints
will be held at the following
locations, in the following
counties:
Dixie County: Cha\ous
Rd., CR 55A, SR 349, CR
349, CR 351, CR 358. and
Willow Hole Road.
Gilchrist County: SR 26,
SR 49, SR 47, CR 138. SE
70th Ave., CR 232, CR 340
andCR 341.
Lafayette County: SR 20,
SR 51. SR 53 andSR 349.
Levy County: SR 24, SR
45, SR 49, SR 51, SR 320,
CR 320, CR 341 and CR
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David White, President of
the Bronson Youth League
(BYL), along with Wally
Lake, Vice-President, came
and spoke to our members.
about the league. The BYL
sponsors baseball, softball,
football, soccer and cheer-'
leading for youth in our area.
There have been as many as
90 youth sign tip for baseball,
softball and soccer. Their
emphasis is "they are there
for the kids," and that it is a
giving ,program, "time to
give back to them.,", They are
workhrtgoin better programs.
getting 'ri"ore. coaches iln-
'olved- both men and
\omen.
With an estimated $43,000
budget, it must be run as a
business. In the past, there
have been a lot of "business"
arguments between adults in
front of the youth, and this
will be one of the first things
to be eliminated-no con-
frontations in the presence of
youth. The BYL is working
to help a lot of disadvantaged
kids also. .Being involved in
the high school football pro-
gram as .assistant coaches,
this keeps them in touch with
kids' sports.
Another area they are
working on is building good
relationships with the kids.
Kiwanis can helpby spon-
soring kids not able to pay
the membership fee of,
$55.00 (per' sport), which
covers uniforms, insurance
and trophies. Currently, they
are seeking assistance from
the county. The City of
Bronson already helps with
mowing and cleanup of the
facility which has been a
tremendous help.
Sponsorship of a team is
$300.00. Signs posted on the
field fencing are $150.00.
Anyone wishing to help in'
any way may contact David
White or Wally Lake. The
season starts March 11 with


opening day March 19th in
Bronson at the Youth League
field. Our Key Club, offered
to help the Bronson Youth
League with concessions.
The Kiwanis Club of
Bronson meets every Tues-
'day morning at 7:00 a.m. at
the Craft's Country Kitchen
Family Restaurant, located
on Hathaw\ay Avenue (Hwy.
27-Alt.) in Bronson. The
public is invited to attend.

COMMAND
Program To-,
Offer Free
Program

Head Start/Early -Head
Start is offering a free five
week program in strength-
ening relationships. This
program is open to males
and females. The program
begins Tuesday March 1"'
and runs through Tuesday,
March 29', every Tuesday
night from 6:00 p.m. until
8:00 p.m., at 9051 NE Alt
Highway 27, Unit 8, in
Bronson. This is the Head
Start office across from One
Stop Career Center.
The program is called
C'MMAND (Committed
Males Making a Needed
Difference) and the pro-
gram is designed to help
parents build stronger fam-
ily relationships. I
The program consists of
five, 2-hour sessions. Free
*dinner, books, and games
are provided at each meet-
ing. Transportation and
childcare will be provided if
needed.
For more information
contact Houston Seals or
Latasha James, Family
Service Specialists or Sa-
brina Tanner, Family Serv-
ice Manager at 486-5531 or
1-800-303-7812. Or, you
may contact your child's
teacher.


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PaR f Ten


Speaker Dan Davidson and Chiefland High Principal Robert Hastings.


FCAT Motivation Speech
At Chiefland High By


Dan Davidson
By Miriam Blitch

On Tuesday, February
22, 2005, Ms. Carol Jones,
sponsor of Student Gov-
ernment, and Principal
Robert Hastings invited a
speaker, Dan Davidson, to
come and motivate the
students to think about
their choices in life and to
motivate them for the
FCAT test.
Greg and Cheryl Galpin,
Herf Jones of the Key
Club and Student Gov-
ernment Association spon-
sored the speaker.
Dan Davidson is from
Chicago. He and his five
siblings were abused by
their father. He learned
how to play the clarinet by
six, the bass by eight and
accordion at ten. He made
a career as a musician
and singer, playing profes-
sionally for Warner
irot6ers. Dan thought he
had it all: money, a career,
nice apartment and a
Mercedes.
On February 28, 1995, a
Friday night at 8:00 p.m.,
Dan got high on drugs and
went down to a pond in
Chicago. It was cold and
ice was everywhere. He
walked to the edge of the
pond, slipped and bumped
his head. Dan lay uncon-
scious for over thirteen
hours. When he woke up
his head was hurting from
the impact and the cold.
He could not move his
fingers and his feet were
frozen. The wind was
blowing, it .was ice cold.
Dan tried to get up but he
kept falling down. he
thought he could crawl to
the highway to get help but
there was a fence between
him and the highway. He
lay there until a Hispanic
man found him and called
911.
When the police arrived
they though he was dead,
but the Hispanic man said,
"We were just talking." He
finally was taken to a Chi-
cago hospital.
Dan could hear the
nurse say he had a dan-


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gerously low body tem-
perature. The staff at the
hospital didn't think he
would live and he was
transported to Loyola Uni-
versity Hospital.

After two months and
nine major surgeries, Dan
lost his hands and feet.
He said, "The reason for
me sharing this story with
you students is that I put
myself in all kinds of bad
situations by the choices I
made. I could have cho-
sen not to do drugs and
kept myself straight and I
would not have been in the
situation I'm in. But you
should not feel sorry for
me. The choices I made
that day affected my fu-
ture." Dan Davidson
asked the students, "Do
you students know where
you will be a year from
now? You have a choice to
do well in school, make
good grades and help
yourselves to be the best
you can be. It's your
choice and you all need to
pass the FCAT to gradu-
ate." He went on to tell the
students, "This is your
-future, it's your choice to
make' your school an A
school so pull together and
remember me, Dan. Da-
vidson, and the bad
choices I've made. This
should make you students
think about your choices."
Dan Davidson is a
worldwide speaker and
makes sail boats for the
handicapped and disabled.


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Receipts at the North
Florida Livestock Market in
Ellisville on Wednesday,
February 23, 2005 were: this
week 649, last week 447,
and last year 612.
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 57 percent
(27 percent steers, 30 percent
heifers), slaughter cows and
bulls 36 percent, replacement
cows 7 percent.
Slaughter Cows Boner 80-
85 percent: 770-980 (850)
48.00-52.00 (50.01); 980-
1099 (996) 52.50-56.00
(53.40); 1105-1210 (1152)
52.00-57.00 (54.80); 1380-
1510 (1457) 54.00-56.50
(55.08); 1380-1870 (16.35)
51.00-57.50 (54.46) Hol-
steins.
Slaughter Bulls Y.G. 1:
1310-1490 (1334) 60.00-
67.00 (64.02); 1565-2065


(1908) 62.00-69.50 (65.39).
Feeder Steers and Bulls
Medium and Large 1-2: 215-
230 (222) 165.00-180.00
(171.58); 255-280 (271)
140.00-154.00 (144.65); 325-
335 (328) 135.00-140.00
(136.36); 360-390 (373)
128.00-138.00 (132.41); 400-
440 (415) 125.00-132.00
(128.45); 465-490 (480)
123.00-130.00 (126.39); 510-
540 (516) 110.00-113.00
(111.02).
Feeder Steers and Bulls
Medium and Large 2-3: 220-
245 (232) 135.00-148.00
(141.58); 250-290 (276)
125.00-135.00 (129.88); 310-
345 (332) 117.00-130.00
(120.52); 355-390 (381)
115.00-123.00 (118.02); 410-
445 (425) 110.00-118.00

(114.70); 460-495 (480)
100.00-110.00 (104.75); 525-
540 (532) 99.00-104.00
(101.97); 565-580 (571)
94.00-96.00 (95.24).
Feeder Heifers Medium
and Large 1-2: 215-240 (228)
160.00-165.00 (161.68); 260-
285 (272) 127.50-130.00
(128.69); 315-345 (332)
125.00-132.50 (128.53); 360-
390 (385) 120.00-126.00
(123.57); 430-445 (439)
112.50-119.00 (117.92); 465-
495 (486) 105.00-115.00
(107.52): 515-540 (525)


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104.00-108.00 (106.65).
Feeder Heifers Medium
and Large 2-3: 210-245
(232) 120.00-132.50
(128.82); 255-270 (262)
115.00-120.00 (117.57); 320-
340 (334) 115.00-120.00
(117.98); 355-390 (379)
112.00-116.00 (113.65); 405-
445 (425) 110.00-115.00
(112.39); 455-485 (470)
102.00-110.00 (105.87); 510-
540 (522) 96.00-100.00
(97.97); 575-585 (580)


87.50-96.00 (91.17).
Bred Cows Medium and
Large 1-2: 925-985 (956)
68.00-72.00 (68.33) 4-6
months bred; 1130-1275
(1162) 54.00-57.00 (56.27)
4-6 months bred.



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