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Title: Levy County journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: R.B. Child
Place of Publication: Bronson Fla
Creation Date: May 5, 2005
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bronson (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Levy County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Levy -- Bronson
Coordinates: 29.448889 x -82.636389 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began May 1, 1928.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 17 (Aug. 1, 1929).
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Dog Hunting Meeting
May 10In Chiefland
Pages 3



Tides 5
Classifieds 13
Legals 6,7
S rObituaries 12
SChurch News 7
Livestock Report 9
Lands 9,10


Davis,
O'Neal, and
CoIson Win
SCedar Key
C COmmission
Seats
B B Cindi Jo A\crs
Cedar Key residents went
to the polls on Tuesday, May
3rd to vote in four races. City
Commission seats one. three
-and five are up for election.
The seat one race incum-
bent, Heath Davis, beat out
Marguerite H. VanLanding-
ham. Davis received 292'
votes while VanLandingham
received 152 votes.
In the seat three race, Ju-
dith (Skip) Drake lost to Pat
O'Neal. O'Neal racked in
297 votes while e Drake only
had 138 votes.
Sue Colson is the incum-
bent in the seat five race and
she won once again. She was
challenged by Glenda K.
Richburg. Colson received
255 votes while Richburg re-
ceived 184 votes.
There was also an election
for a Cedar Key Special
Water and Sewage District
Board Member. This election
was held for the Group Four
seat. Incumbent Thelma
McCain had no trouble fac-
ing down a challenge from
Jeff Dwyer. McCain hauled
in 369 votes, while Dwyer.
received only 113 votes.
Town Clerk Frances
Hodges reported that some
96 absentee ballots were cast
in this year's election.

Bronson
High School
Principal
And Vice
Principal
Resign
"The Levy County School
iBoard approved the resigna-
tion of Bronson High School
Principal Emory Bishop and
the Assistant Principal Carol
Benge at their May 3, school
board meeting.
Bishop has been at Bron-
son for the past three years.
He came here from
Gainesville.
Benge has been the Assis-
tant Principal for the past
three years. She came to
Bronson from Williston.


Chiefland High School



Class Of 2005 Has



Five Valedictorians


By Portia Sache
The person with the high-
est-ranking scholarship in
school earns the title of
valedictorian. The Chiefland
High School class of 2005
has five students with iden-
tical grade .point averages
(GPAs). Therefore, each of
the five have been declared
valedictorians.
The valedictorians, all car-
rying a 4.0 GPA, are Shar-
leen Faye Allen, Melissa
LeMatty, K.K. Matheny.
Shannon Ward and Kelly
Winkel.
Sharleen Faye Allen is 18.
years old. She is a member
of the Beta Club, FBLA and
Martial Arts. She plans to
attend Truman State Univer-
sity in Kirksville. Missouri,
where she will enroll in a
pre-medical program. She
will pursue a major in biol-
ogy with a chemistry minor.
After graduation, she will
apply to medical schools to
pursue her goal of becom-
ing a doctor of osteopathic
medicine.
Sharleen is the daughter of
Marlene Allen of Chiefland.
NMelissa LeMatty is 17
years old. Her parents are
Thad and Shelia LeMatty.
Melissa is a member of the
Key Club, Beta Club and the
student government. She has
served as an officer in each
of these organizations. She
has also been co-editor of
the yearbook for two years.
During her sophomore year,
she was a junior varsity
cheerleader.
Melissa will attend the
University of Florida where
she plans to major in zool-


Chiefland High School's five valedictorians. from left. Sharleen Allen, Melissa
LeMatty, Kelly Winkel, K.K. Matheny, and Shannon Ward.


ogy. After obtaining a Bach-
elor of Science degree. she
hopes to pursue a degree in
veterinary medicine at the
University of Florida.
KK.. Matheny is the
daughter of Pati Fortune and.
Ken Matheny. Her school
activities include Beta Club,
FBLA and student gov-
ernment. She is currently
serving as president of the'
student government. K.K.
has been actively involved
in the athletic program at
CHS. She has played vol-
leyball, basketball and
softball throughout her high
school career. She plans to


attend the University of West
Florida where she will major
in sports management. She
also hopes to play basketball
at UWF.
Shannon Ward is the
daughter of Gerald and Con-
nie Ward. Shannon's school
activities include Beta Club,
FCA and student govern-
ment. She has also served as
a cheerleader.
Shannon plans to attend
Santa Fe Community Col-
lege before transferring to the
University of Florida. At UF,
she plans to seek a degree in
accounting or business.
Kelly Winkel is the 18-


year-old daughter of Hen-
ning Winkel of Chiefland.
She has been a member of
the Beta Club. Key Club and
student government. Kelly is
currently dually enrolled at
Central Florida Community
College. Her goal is to attend
the University of Florida to
major in political science.
The Chiefland senior class
of 2005 will hold their Bac-
calaureate Service on May
15 at the Lighthouse Church
beginning at 7 p.m. Gradua-
tion will be held on Friday.
May 20 at the Chiefland
Football Field. Graduation
will begin at7 p.m.


Town Votes For

Second Time To Pay

Former Clerk


The Bronson Town Coun-
cil \oted for the second time
at the Town Council meeting
to pay former clerk June
Greenlee accrued sick leave
and % action time. The first
vote occurred in February
with a majority of the Town
Council voting in favor of
paying Greenlee. After the
vote was taken, Council
member Melody La Flam de-
cided soon afterward that she
would like to change or re-
scind her vote. Apparently


La Flam's decision to change
her vote was the reason that
Greenlee has not been paid.
La Flam explained in a
later meeting that once she
knew more about the issue of
Greenlee's back pay, she was
not in favor of paying her.
No action was taken at that
meeting.
Longtime Council member
Edith Brown brought the
matter to the Council's at-
tention when she questioned
Continued on page two


Joe Gazdun Chosen

To Participate In

USA Junior Nationals

Championship
After an outstanding per- awards honors.
formance in the USA Junior USA Junior Nationals of-
Nationals all-state high fers athletes who have a
school basketball competi- high interest in basketball
lion. Joe Gazdun, son of and a high talent level to
Dawn Gazdun. who is cur-- compete min -state competi-
rently a senior at Bronson tions against other athletes
High School, has been in- with the same desire to raise
vited to participate in the their skill level through
prestigious USA Junior Na- competition. The National
tionals Championship competition consists of 30
Sports Festival on July 25- locations throughout. the
31, 2005 in Columbus. country held in the spring
Ohio. throughout the South, Mid-
Based in Ann Arbor, west, Eat and West coasts.
Michigan, the USA Junior Athletes who demonstrate
Nationals pro% ides one of .advanced skills, team lead-
the top amateur competi- ership, competitive spirit,
tions in the United States and good sportsmanship go
and offers its program to all on to the next level of play
athletes who have an interest which is the USA Junior
in basketball and are inter- National Sports Festival in
ested in developing their Columbus, Ohio. Local
skills and techniques resident Joe Gazdun has
through statewide, national demonstrated these qualities
and international competi- at the all-state competition
tion. This is a unique op- held at the University of
portunit) for all athletes to Central Florida and will be
improve their basketball tal- competing in the USA
ent through highly orga- Junior Nationals Interna-
nized competition. Infor- tional Sports Festival in
mation about our partici- Columbus, Ohio.
pating athletes is provided Any donations, monetary
to educational institutions or otherwise, are greatly ap-
throughout the U.S. and preciated. Please mail any
Canada for possible schol- donations to Joe Gazdun,
arship opportunities and/or c/o Deering. P.O. Box 1343,
other prestigious Bronson, Florida 32621


The five Williston Valedictorians will be featured in next weeks Journal



Two Methamphetamine Labs Busted

And Six Arrested


The Levy Drug Task
Force, along with agents
from the Drug Enforcement
Agency (DEA) and the
Florida Department of Law
Enforcement (FDLE) were
very busy last week taking
down two methamphetamine
labs in three separate inci-
dents.
On March 12th, Scott
Charles Hood, D.O.B.
1-1/24/74, was being served a
warrant at his home at 32
Riverside Drive in Inglis,
when a Sheriff's deputy
smelled a strong chemical
odor emanating from the
residence. He immediately


arrested Hood and observed
through the back door what
appeared to be an active
methamphetamine lab. Upon
questioning him, Hood stated
that he had used ammonia
nitrate fertilizer and lye to
cook the chemicals to make
the drug, instead of using an-
hydrous ammonia. Deputies
were able to identify several
precursor chemicals used .to
make the drug. A DEA
agent was dispatched to the
scene to clean up the site and
make it safe. Hood was
charged with manufacture of
methamphetamine lab, pos-
session of methamphetamine,


possession of precursor
chemicals, and possession of
drug paraphernalia, and bond
was set at $15,000.
In a separate incident, on
April 22nd, a warrant was
being served on Joseph Rob-
ert Pimental, D.O.B. 12/4/77,
at his home at 11825 SE
195th Lane in Dunnellon, and
while serving the warrant,
the deputy noticed an active
methamphetamine lab in the
process of cooking the drug.
He observed precursor
chemicals and drug para-
phernalia, but the residence
had such a strong odor to it
he decided it was unsafe to


search further. Several anhy-
drous ammonia tanks were
also recovered. A loaded
shotgun was found in the
bedroom of the residence. A
DEA agent was again dis-
patched to clean up the scene
and send samples of the drug
for analysis, and FDLE was
dispatched, to help with the
clean-up.
Pimental was charged with
manufacture of metham-
phetamine lab, possession of
methamphetamine while
armed, possession of precur-
sor chemicals, and posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia,
Continued to page two


Joe Gazdun


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MAY 5, 2005


LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


Levy Sand 1/8 tsp. ground black pep-

y Cd Jo 1/4 tsp. salt
By Cindy Jo Ayers Using a sharp knife, cut
Growing up in the South eggsin half lengthwise. Re-
has given me a great appre- move egg yolks and place in
ciation for tradition. Some of a bowl. Set aside egg white
the traditions I hold close to shells.
my heart and I try to keep Using a fork, mash egg
them alive in my own way. yolks. Add remaining ingre-
Some traditions, like making dients to egg yolks, stirring
deviled eggs for Sunday din- until smooth and creamy.
ner (noon time), and others, Fill egg white shells with
like respecting my elders, are egg yolk mixture. Refrigerate
so natural to me I hardly re- until serving time.
alize I'm keeping old tradi- Yield: 6-12 servings.
tions alive. Preparation time: 20 minutes.
I recently came across this
list of Southern traditions Miss Honey
and even added a few of my
' own to the list. Some items Says........
are almost nonexistent now
like the wearing of white Monday, May 2, 2005,
gloves. Even though we no 7:00 a.m. Good morning!
longer wear white gloves to Here I sit with a lap full of
church, it's still nice to re- love. Yes, I have Sweet Pea
member there was a time and Peewee, both in the
when matching gloves, chair with me and I know
shoes, hats and pocketbooks they love me without any
were common attire for reservations. Hush Donald, I1
Southern ladies at all the lo- know you don't care for
cal churches. my little dogs, but they do
Southern Traditions That love me, even if I have to
We Should Try To Keep spank them, they still love
1. Setting the table with a me.
real cloth and napkins. Oh, coming home yester-
2. Sun hats and white day from church. and a visit
gloves, with Melanie, I was "Flying
3 Writing thank you Low" and a trooper
notes. stopped me, but he only
4 Saying "sir" and gave me a warning! So I say
"ma'am." God bless him and I will
5. Giving a stranger a slow down, because I don't
helping hand. have any extra money to
6. Sitting on the porch thr awaykitten istoo
swing and visiting with much for me, so I will find
a friend, him another home, maybe
7. Cooking greens. Noel will take him. 0, I
8. Setting out the pound found a beautiful black doll
cake and iced tea for to dress up and sit in one of
company. my little chairs. I had for-
9. Canning, quilting and gotten about her and she
crocheting our was under some pillows, so I
mothers and grand- 'will sew for her this after-
mothers did it to make noon, while I watch the
do, but we can do it soaps.
not only to keep the Sweet Pea has chewed
traditions alive, but to most of the buttons off my
make a home. dress this morning, so I will
10. Serving deviled eggs, have to change before I
home canned pickles, take this down to the Jour-
:,^:- .^ ,. -. _- .- -.." .:.. ? O h. Ihat.a I:ifc, ."'lv i'ss
and sliced tomatoes at What. a --.. Mu&
special meals oes at Hone), "Peewee" -and
special meals. "Sweet Pea," but they still
11. Manners, being polite love me and y s,th love
to those around us them too. Hush Donald,
whether the\ deserve it they do love me, and. that's
or not, bless their more than I can say for
hearts. some of my friends. Ouch,
12., Inviting the neighbors "Even. Gene," my old
over to churn ice buddy; from IGA. Of
cream on a Sunday af- course, we are both history
ternoon. now, replaced by the
13. Always serve sweet tea youngsters down there but,
14. Saying the blessing be- I'll bet they are no better at
fore every meal. their jobs then we were!
15. Keeping the' faith Bits and Pieces
through good times Let us cherish old age, for
and bad. it is full of pleasure if we
16. Pearls, pearls, pearls. know how to use it.
Forget what others think,
Traditional Deviled Eggs it's time to bake your own
6 hard-cooked eggs, peeled fortune cookies (if your
1 tbsp. mayonnaise oven works).
.1 tsp. prepared mustard Live each day of your life
1 tbsp. pickle relish as though you're gonna



tbsp. pLevky Conliy



Home Office:
440 South Court Street
P.O. Box 159
Bronson, Florida 32621
(352) 486-2312 Fax (352) 486-5042.
Chiefland Branch:
13 South Main Street
P.O. Box 2990
Chiefland, Florida 32644
(352) 490-4462 Fax (352) 490-4490
Email: levycntyjournal @bellsouth.net

www.levyjoumrnal.com
The Levy Cpunty Journal is published every Thursday by Levy
County Publishing, Inc., P.O. Box 159, Bronson, FL 32621.
Periodicals postage paid at Bronson, Florida (U.S.P.S. 310-780).
Postmaster send address changes to Levy County Journal, P.O.
Box 159, Bronson, FL 32621.


Subscription Rates: Mailed in Levy County and throughout the
U.S. $15.00 per year in the Tri-County area (Levy, Gilchrist,
Dixie), $20.00 in-state, and $25.00 out-of-state.
News & Advertisement Deadline is Monday at 5:00 p.m.
LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL STAFF
Cindy Jo Ayers ............................................. itor
Wilma Jean Asbell ...............................Production Assistant
Stacey Brown. ....................................Production Assistant
Miriam Blitch .....................................Production Assistant
Robin Heath .......................................Production Assistant
Tracie Osteen..............................Williston Correspondent
Portia Sache ............................................Reporter at Large


live forever.
A tight driver is much
more dangerous than a
loose wheel!
Stop living on Grumble
Comer and move to
Thanksgiving Street.
A person wrapped up in
themselves is a very small
package.
A pound of patience is
worth more than a bushel of
brains.
Why can't life's problems
hit us when we are eighteen
and know all the answers?
The ingredients we use to
make a quick desert!
1 can of pineapple rings
1 cup of whipping cream
(or cool whip)
1 can of Eagle Brand
Milk
Set open can of milk in a
pan of water. Bring to a boil
and boil for two hours. Re-
move the can and refriger-
ate for two hours or until
cold. When cold remove the
,ends of can and slide out.
Slice, place one pineapple
ring on each slice of milk
and top with cool whip and
cherries. This is very pretty
and tastes good too. Fat-
tening? Who cares? Try it,
you'll like it!
Well I guess I will shut up,
get up, and go take this to
the Journal. Until next time
Lord fill my mouth with
worthwhile stuff and nudge
me Lord when I've said
enough!
Nuff said,
Miss Honey


Town Votes For

Second Time To Pay

Former Clerk

Continued from page one


why Greenlee had not been
paid. Council member Frank
Schuler said, "Like I stated
the night we originally voted,
if we owe the lady, we
should pay her, if we owe her
that money."
Edith Brown explained this
is money June Greenlee has


earned by saving her annual
sick leave and vacation. A
vote was taken oh a motion
made by Brown and sec-
onded by Schuler to pay
Greenlee. Schuler and Brown
voted in favor, and Melody
La Flam voted against the
motion.


Authorities Bust Two

Methamphetamine Labs,

Arrest Six


Continued from page one
and a bond in the amount of
$32,500 was set. A high
bond was requested by the
deputies- as Pimental is
known to be a flight risk, and
he was ordered not to leave
the state of Florida. Also pre-
sent at the home was Nicho-
las Russell Eugene
Hammond of Inglis, who was
charged with possession of
methamphetamine. posses-
sion of methamphetamine
with intent to sell and pos-
session 'of. marijuana less
than 20 grams. Bail was set
at $10.000 for Hammond.
On the same day in a sepa-
rate incident, evidence of a
possible "methamphetamine


not. observe an active lab at
the time in the residence,
however. Burney and Rowe
were both charged with pos-
session of methamphetamine
and possession of listed pre-
cursor Ichemicals and both
had. bonds set at $15,000.
During the search, Grant H.
Weller of Cross City, D.O.B.
6/9/67, pulled up at the home
and exited his vehicle,
whereupon the Sheriff's dep-
uty spotted a flare gun in the
pocket of his driver's side
door. He immediately se-
cured the flare gun and noted
that it was loaded with a
Winchester 12-gauge .00


A ARP S eks lab was discovered in Inglis. oucKsnot. in weers vehicle
AA RP seeks Annette "Plank Burney, he located a slide for the flare
"Andrus D.O.B. 8/24/67 of Inglis, and gun containing two flares and
Chris Narciso Rowe. D.O.B. two more 12-gauge shotguns
Award For 7/16/62, both of 3631 SE shells, as well as a small bag
m 176"h Place, Inglis. had a that contained a crack pipe, a
COm m Unit search warrant served on marijuana pipe, and other
r j ce them by the Levy Drug Task drug paraphernalia. Weller
Service, Force. Deputies discovered ,vas charged with possession
several items used to smoke of a short barrel shotgun and
om mnees methamphetamine as well as possession of drug 'parapher-
Annual Award RecogniZes items used to manufacture nalia and bond was set at
Those Who Make a Powerful the drug. The deputies did $10.000.
Difference in their

AARP florida is seeking .A '"
nominations for its 2005 Applc nations For M arriages
AARP Andrus Award for i
Community Service, which Filed In Levy County
honors those individuals who
are sharing their experience. .Abraham; Joseph: Blitch, Ernest Lee Jelks, Jr.
talent, and skills to enrich the 4,.1771 and Leah Ann Wil- 10,24'55, and Lisa Michelle
lives of their community liams. 521 66, both of Boykin, 9,'22.65. both of'
members. Trenton. Williston.
"Volunteerism is clearly a Jose Manuel Lopez, Shane Christian Siegel.
new way of looking at re- 6 57,6. and Geovanna An- 4 6/81, and Bonnie Marie
tirement for older Americans. 'dreaPinillos. 4.5.78. both of Bailey, 9'3.81. both of
Many are finding that they Bronson. Trenton.
want to remain active and in-
volved and that volunteerism ,
fulfills this need and the de-
sire to help others," said B ack Prong Levy County
AARP Florida State Director.
BentleyLipscomb. t. Equestrian School Lunch
"Through this recognition, Menu
AARP encourages members Center's Monday, May 9
and prospective members to Now Fish saMonday, May
use their skills and assistance PraVllOn NOW Fsh sandwich
as a way to remain vital a Availa r Cheese grits
well as make a difference in available For Coleslaw
their community." Special EVents Bakedbens
The screening of nominees rui
will be performed by AARP Or Public milk Ma 10
Florida and involves a range M eetin Macaroni& cheese w/ham
of criteria, including positive ti g Mixed vegetable
impact on the lives of indi- Salad
viduals 50 and over, im- Black Prong Equestrian Fruited Jell-O
provement of the community Center. owners Alan and Hot rolls
in or for which the work was Maureen Aulson are Milk
performed, and inspiration of pleased to make available Wednesday, May 11
others to volunteer. The ap their Pavilion to the Levy Burrito
plication deadline is July 1, County community for spe- Fresh vegetable w/dip
2005 and the award recipient al events and/or public Oven fries
will2005 beannouncd the awafter Sepmeetings. Located at 450 Fruit
till be announced after Sep- SE CR337 in Bronson, the Milk
member 1', 2005. Pavilion is the centerpiece
AARP Andrus Award for of the Black Prong Eques- Thursday, May 12'
Community Service nomi- trian Center buildings, sur- Chicken & rice
nees must meet the following rounded by the manicured Salad
eligibility requirements: grounds, offering a large Buttered corn
Nominees must be current hall with porches all around Hot fruit
AARP volunteers or mem- and bathroom facilities. Hot rolls
bers, or must have been Glass sliders can be opened Milk
according' to weather. The Friday, May 13
Manager's Choice
AARP volunteers or AARP facility can also support agers oice
members within the time pe- audio/visual programs.
riod described below. Any group (non-profit or
The accomplishments, public agency) interested in
achieemnts o serviceon scheduling use of the Pa- Send the Birthday
which' the nomination is vilion can call Diane at The ift that arrives 52
which the nomination is Black Prong office (352) gthat ar
based must have occurred 4861234ong office (352) times ayear....
during the period January 1 Subscribe to the
and December 31, 2004. LEVY COUNTY
The accomplishments, JOURNAL
achievements, or service on for a friend or
which the nomination is Time ForA family member.
based must have been per-
formed on a volunteer basis, Yard Sale?? Call today!
without pay. Journal Classified Ca tody!
Please contact AARP tn l ed (352)486-2312
Florida at 866-595-7678 for Ads Only $5.00 or
further information and a (For20 words) (352)490-4462
nomination form. Call486-2312


Jordan and Ethan Elmore

Baby Efmore


Jordan Savannah Elmore
would like to introduce her baby
brother Ethan Nathaneal Elmore
who was born March 18, 2005,
weighing 8, pounds, 7 ounces
and measured 21 and 1/2 inches
in length.
Their parents are Bobby and
Lela Elmore of Newberry. The


maternal grandparents are Jack
and Darleen Meeks of
Chiefland and'the maternal
great-grandparents are Donnie'
and Virginia Meeks, also of
Chiefland. Paternal grandpar-
ents are Bob and Linda Elmore
of Newberry.


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TOWN OF BRONSON
Notice of Second Public Hearing and Advisory Council
Meeting
The Bronson Town Council is applying to the Florida Department of.
Community Affairs (DCA) for a grant under the Neighborhood:
Revitalization category in the amount of $650,000 under the 2005
Small Cities Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program.
For each activity that is proposed, at least 70% of the funds must
benefit low and moderate income (LMI) persons. The activities, dollar
amounts and estimated percentage benefit to low and moderate income
;persons for w% which the Bronson Tow n Council is applying are:

Sewer Line Installation -0- to $650,000 51%
Sewer Hook-Ups -0- to $650,000 100%
Sewer Plant Renovations -0- to $650,000 50%
Administration $52,000 N/A
Engineering $55,000 to $97,500 N/A
TOTAL BUDGET $650.000

LOCATION: Service Area #1 (North Bronson)
The Bronson Town Council plans to minimize displacement of:
persons as a result of planned CDBG funded jcut iines in the following
manner.
The Bronson Town council has adopted an Ann-Displacement Policy
which provides well defined procedures concerning potential displaced
persons. No permanent voluntary or involuntary displacement is
anticipated for this project.
If any persons are displaced as a result of these planned activities,
the Town will assist such persons in the following manner:
No displacement is anticipated.
A public hearing to provide citizens an-opportunity to comment on
the application will-be held at the Bronson Town Hall, 660 East
Hathway Avenue; Bronson, FL, on Thursday, May 12, 2005, at 4 p.m.
A draft copy of parts of the application will be available for review at
that time., A final copy of the application will be made available at the
Bronson Town Hall Monday through Friday between the hours of 9
a.m. 5 p.m. no more than five days after May 12, 2005. The
application will be submitted to DCA on or before May 19, 2005 (or
later if the application deadline is extended). To obtain additional
information concerning the application and the public hearing contact
Donna Conquest, Tov. n Clerk, at 660 E; Hathaway Ave.; Bronson, FL
(32621) or by telephoning 352-486-2354.
The public hearing is being conducted in a handicapped accessible
location. Any handicapped person requiring an interpreter for the
hearing impaired or visually impaired should contact Donna Conquest
at least five calendar days prior to the meeting and an interpreter will be
provided. Any non-English speaking person wishing to attend the
public, hearing should also contact Mrs. Conquest. To access a
Telecommunication Devise for Deaf Person (TDD) please call 486-,
2354.
The Citizen Advisory Task Force for this project will meet on May 12
at 12 p.m. at the Bronson Town Hall.
Pursuant to Section 102 of the HUD Reform Act of 1989, the
following disclosures will be submitted to DCA with the application.
The disclosures will be made available by the Bronson Town Council
and DCA for public inspection upon request. Those disclosures will be
and DCA for public inspection upon request. Those disclosures will be
available on and after, the date of submission of the application ant
shall continue to be available for a minimum period of five years.
1. Other government (federal, state and local) assistance' to the
project in the form of a gift, grant, loan, guarantee, insurance
payment, rebate, subsidy, credit, tax benefit, or any other form
of direct or indirect benefit by source and amount.
2. The identities and pecuniary interests of all developers,
contractors, or consultants involved in the application for
assistance or in: the planning or development of the project or
activity.
3. The identities and pecuniary interests of any other persons with
pecuniary interest in this project that can reasonably be expected
to exceed $50,000 or 10% of the grant request (whichever is
lower):
4. For those developers, contractors, consultants, property owners,
or others listed in two' (2) or three ( 3) above which, are
corporations, or other entities, the identifications and pecuniary
interests by corporation or entity of each officer, director,
principal stock holder, or other official of the entity,
5. The expected source of all funds to be provided to the project by
each of the providers of those funds and the amount provided; and
6. The expected uses of all fubds by activity and amount.
A FAIR HOUSING/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/HANDICAPPED
ACCESSIBLE JURISDICTION
Pub: May 5, 2005


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MAY 5, 2005 ~~~~JI VY O NYJUNLPg he


Mother's Day
Advice For
Moms-To-Be
One of the greatest gifts a
mother-to-be or new mom
can give to her child is to
quit smoking. Rumor is that
even Britney Spears gave up
cigarettes when she learned
she was pregnant. Like Brit-
ney, many women are able to
quit smoking during their
pregnancy. However, the
majority of them return to
smoking shortly after they
give birth. They are often
unaware that exposing their
infant to second-hand smoke
can be just as harmful as
*smoking while pregnant.
Now the National Cancer In-
stitute is sponsoring the
"Forever Free for Baby and
Me" program to help women
stay smoke-free during and
after their pregnancy. The
program, conducted as part
of a research study through
the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer
Center & Research Institute
.in Tampa, is offering to mail
pregnant women who quit
smoking information to help
them to stay smoke-free for
good.
"The word has gotten out
:that smoking during preg-
:,nancy is harmful to the un-
'.born child. Consequently,
more women than ever have
.quit smoking during their
-pregnancy," says Dr. Tom
-Brandon, director of the To-
bacco Research and Inter-
..veniion Program at Moffitt
Care Center. "Unfortunately,
,.the public health community
7has not yet succeeded in
.spreading the word about the
'dangers of exposing a new-
[born to secondhand smoke."
It increases the child's risk of
Sudden Infant Death Syn-
drome (SIDS), asthma, colic,
pneumonia, middle ear in-
fections, hyperactivity, and
.many other avoidable health
'problems. Such exposure
causes the deaths of an esti-
mated 5,600 babies per year



I1 Ever


in the United States.
The Forever Free for Baby
and Me program is funded to
develop and test new materi-
als that inform women about
the importance of staying off
cigarettes throughout their
pregnancy and after their
child is born. Participants
receive informational book-
lets and are asked to com-
plete brief questionnaires to
help evaluate the program.
If you are pregnant and
have quit smoking, and want
to give your baby and
yourself a Mother's Day
gift that will last a lifetime,
consider enrolling in the
Forever Free for Baby and
Me program. There is no
charge. Women who are in-
terested in receiving these
materials should call our toll-
free number at 877-9-KICK-
IT (877-954-2548) or e-mail
foreverfree@moffitt.usf.edu.
Facts about smoking dur-
ing and after pregnancy
Smoking during pregnancy
is dangerous.
Smoking while preg-
nant can cause miscarriage,
premature birth,. lower
birth weight, brain damage,
and birth defects. ,
Many women smok-
ers (between 25-50 per-
cent) quit smoking when
they become pregnant.
More and more
women are quitting smok-
ing. In Florida, the per-
centage of women who
smoked during pregnancy
has declined by 53 percent
between 1990 and 2002
(the latest year with avail-
able statistic, Centers for
Disease Control and Pre-
vention).
Post-partum relapse is
common.
Unfortunately most
women (about 70 percent)
return to smoking shortly
after giving birth.
By exposing their
child to secondhand
smoke they are placing
their infants at increased
risk for Sudden Infant
Death Syndrome, (SIDS),


asthma, colic, pneumonia,
hyperactivity, and many
other avoidable problems.
By returning to
smoking women are also
putting their own health in
danger. Women who be-
gin smoking again have
lost an opportunity to im-
prove their own health
and to extend their own
life expectancy so that
they may live to see their
infant grow up.

Bluegrass
Pickin' At
Trenton Train
Depot May 7
On May 7th at 6:00 p.m., at
the Trenton Train Depot, will
be the Suwannee Valley
Bluegrass Pickin'. So bring
your bluegrass band or come
and hear some of the best
bluegrass in North Florida.
Bring your lawn chair and
enjoy great bluegrass music
from 6:00 p.m. until?
Don't forget to bring your
instruments as there will be
plenty of room to set around
,and jam. Come on out and
enjoy a great night of good
ol' time fun. Have any
questions. If so please call
Cloud at 800-990-5410. 'See
ya there!

Douglas
Family
Reunion
May14 At
Trenton
Community
Center-
The Marion, and' Etta
Douglas family will hold
their annual family reunion
on Saturday, May 14"' in.the
Trenton Community Center.
A covered dish luncheon will
be. served at 12:00 noon. All
family and friends are invited
and asked to attend and bring
a covered dish.


SR 26 Resurfacing

Scheduled To

Begin May 9th


Resurfacing of SR 26 be-
tween US 19 in Fanning
Springs and US 129 in
Trenton is scheduled to start
Monday, May 9th, the Florida
Department of Transporta-
tion (FDOT) Public Infor-
mation Office has an-
nounced.
"We will be milling and
repaving 7.3 miles of SR 26
between Fanning Springs and
Trenton starting at Fanning
Springs and heading east,"
said Chip Skinner, project
spokesperson "Single day-
time lane closures with flag-
gers directing traffic will be
required, however, traffic
impacts will not bo& allowed
between 7:00 ai.n.'and 9:00
a.m. for eastbound. morning
rush hour and between 4:00
p.m. a'nd 6:00' p.m. west-
bound for the afternoon rush
hour."
"Access to residential and


commercial properties, a
well as the no passing zone
on SR 26 .will be mail
trained added Skinne
"Motorists need to use exti
caution and be aware o
slow-moving traffic assoc
ated with lane closures an
of vehicles entering an
leaving the roadway."
Anderson Columbia Con
pany, Inc. of Lake City
under contract to the FDO
to complete the 7.3 mil
project by fall of 2005 at a
estimated cost of $2.2 mi
lion.
For additional information
regarding this project, con
tact the Public Informatio
Office at 800-475-0044 o
chip.
skinner@earthtech.com. Fo
information about FDO'
projects around Northea:
Flori:da, vi si
www.northfloridaroads.com.


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d This is called "Carpenters Wheel": made with two inch
strips, using the "Log Cabin" pattern. It is for sale and
n- should be fiand-quilted.
is
T
e Log Cabin role, corn casserole, ste'
n Lo tomatoes, spaghetti and n
- Quilters balls, noodles and sauerkr
green peas, cheese and ma
)n The Log Cabin Quilters roni, garlic bread, 1
n- met Thursday, April 28th at beans, macaroni salad, b
n the Levy County Quilt Mu- coli salad, cheese, ca
r seum. How great it was to cake, cheesecake, fuc
welcome John and Jackie bomb cake, and ice cre
,r Harrison from England. Now, if anyone goes am
T They came last year and we hungry it's your fault.
st taught Jackie how to quilt We want to thank every
t and she is still doing great. who brings in fabric,
We also welcomed four la- terns, yarn and so m
dies from Ocala and a good more. We will be having
time was enjoyed by all. sale after we hold the Lai
As many of you know, we Fellowship Dinner on M
have pot luck each week and 3rd
it has. become a great event. Quilting goes on e
We never know what will week and also Christa wo
come in but today\ was a feast on a hooked rug.
and this is what we had: fried I do want to thank all
rice, fried chicken, barbecue members who help where
meat balls, chicken and noo- needed. We had 17 memr
dles, creamed corn, green and seven visitors.
bean casserole, potato casse- Winnelle Ho


wed
neat
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pat-
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Eddy and Cindy Scott of
Countryside Daylilies are
having an open house at their
garden May 13' through 15th.
They have a large landscaped
garden \%ith se eral split rail
fences, old sugar kettles,
Peacocks, and .two Koi
-ponds. There ;wjll be thou-
sands, of blooming hybrid
daylilies and myriad of other
flowers. : ed iN
They are located in NE


Gilchrist County. From the
intersection of County Road
340 & State Road 47 (flash-
ing red light) go north on SR
47 for 1.5 miles to NE 65't
Street (limerrock road) also
marked Ginnie Springs.
Turnl right and proceed 8/10
mile. For more information
go to countrysideday-
lilies.com or call 386-454-
3937 or 386-454-3687.'


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cash accepted. Mon. Sat. 8:30 6, Sunday 12 5
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Countryside

Daylilies May 13-15


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Bronson Eagles

Basketball Banquet

Held April 1.9th

By: Shannon Panetta


The 2004-2005 Bronson Varsity Basketball Team. From left to right, William Harris, Ian
Primer, kendrick Nordstorm, Brody Dean, Greg West, Joe Gazdun, Jeremiah Brinson, J.L.
Mongo, and Christ Thomas. Not pictured Brent Allen, Vince Nazworth and Terrmaine
McDaniel.


The Coaching Staff. From left to right, Coach Knight, Coach Hemdon, Coach Panetta,
Coach Zhelesnik, Coach Stacey, Coach Thomas and Coach Beckham.


School Board
Of Levy
County Public
Service
Announcement

In order to ensure provi-
sion 'of full educational
services to students withdis.'r.
'abijltLes. the .School Board ,
of Levy County, through its
Exceptional Student Edu-
cation department, is in the
process of reviewing and
surveying in needs for such
services within the school
district for the upcoming
2005-2006 school year.
'The public is invited to
provide input in this process .
by participating at a meet-.
ing to be held Wednesday,
May 11, 2005, from 3:00
p.m. to 4:00 p.m., ini the
board room at the School
Board's district office, 480
Marshburn Drive, Bronson.
Florida.
Discussion at the. meeting
will include planning for
the expenditure of antici-
pated Federal grant dollars
for students with disabilities
under Part B of the Indi-
viduals with Disabilities Act
(IDEA).
For information contact:
Rosalind Hall, Director of
Exceptional Student Edu-
cation & Student Services,
or Mary P. O'Leary, Sec-
retary to the Director,
School Board of Levy
County,- Telephone 486-
5240 or Fax 486-5242.

When you stand for nothing,
you are apt to fall for anything.


Bronson's Varsity Senior. From left to right J.L.
Mongo, Chris Thomas, Joe Gazdun, Jeremiah Brinson
and Coach Beckham.



World War II

VeteransAnd Proud

Of It To Meet May 12


All WWII veterans are in-
vited to our Thursday, May
12th meeting to be held at
11:30 a.m. at the home of
Tom and Dorothy Muff in
Wiliston. This will be a cov-
ered dish luncheon Pot
Luck if you please.
Saturday, May 7"' marks
60 years since the surrender
of all German Forces of
World War II. Our POW's
can best explain the impor-
tance of that date.
Our guest speaker last
month, George Hermansen,
from the Levy County Vet-
erans.Services, gave us some
new insights as to veterans
benefits. Veteran benefits
have increased. To find out


more, call your county Vet-
eran Service Office.
Taps: we've lost another
member. Anna Handschuh
died April 18'" after a long
illness. Anna was 84 years
old, slim and trim. One of
my favorite memories of
Anna was the fact that after
more than 50 years, she
could still wear her army
uniform.
Hope to see you" all on
May 12". Bring a friend or
fellow vet and join the ca-
maraderie. If you have any
questions or need directions
call Dick Halvorsen at 352-
542-7697 or Billie Cooper
at 352-493-9368 or Tom
Muff at 352-528-0494.


The 2005 Bronson Eagles
Boys Basketball Banquet
was held on April 19' 2005.
It was a night filled with
bittersweet memories, as we
said goodbye to our senior
players. The night started
out with the Middle School
and the JV team coaches
recognizing their players
and the highlights of their
season.
Mr. Bishop told everyone
how proud of the players he
was, he thanked the coaches
for making the program a
success, and thanked all the
supporters of the program.
He then thanked the
coached again by saying,
"They not only teach the
game, but the game of
life." After his speech he
brought up all the coaches
and they received a stand-
ing ovation. He then pre-
sented an' outstanding
coaching plaque to Coach
Thomas and a 450' win
plaque to Coach Knight and
Coach Beckham, and an-
other standing ovation was
given.
After Mr. Bishop finished
with his presentation, .it was
time for the varsity. Coach
Beckham' started off by
thanking by the, coaching
staff, the parents and every-
one else. He then gave a big
thank you ,to Coach Knight,
Coach Thomas, and Coach
Zhelesnik (1"s year coach-
ing, graduated from Bron-
son in 1999) for helping
coach the varsity team. He
then thanked Coach Hernm-
dori and Coach Panetta for
coaching the middle school
teams for the past two years.
"Without 'these men and
their effort the program
would not be successful,"
he said. He gave each coach
a watch, which displayed the
,season-record on i.. "I. is a
Rolex;;'" joked- one- of the
players, yelling out. He then
gave bigf hank you to Mr.
Bishop for everything he
does at the school, Ms.
Sheffield for being the
"team mom," Shane
Schuler for helping coach*
middle and varsity, Ms.
Sherrie Schuler and Mr.
Williams for being the ath-
letic directors, Isaiah
"Ben" Parker for doing
the intense job of being the.
clock keeper, and the fans
and parents' for all they do.
"The guys worked hard,
our practices were more in-
tense and demanding.
They're a tremendous
group of young men. Eve-
,rywhere we went we got the
same three compliments;
the boys play extremely
hard, play well together arid
make each other better and
are well behaved." he said,
describing the boys. He
then presented seniors
Amanda Clanton, Christena
Wilsoni and Jennifer Con-
quest with a season shirt and
certificate, thanking them
for keeping the books and
stats. He then brought up
his players, starting with
William Harris and Ken-
'drick Nordstorm, stating
that they will be a fantastic
duo to watch in the future.


Next up was Brody Dean.
"It was his first year play-
ing, loves the game, works
hard, and a big crowd fa-
vorite." He then recognized
the players that couldn't
make it that night. Next up
were the junior players, Ian
Primer, Matt Walker, and
Greg West. "I cannot wait
to coach these boys their
senior year," Coach Beck-
ham stated.
"It's hard to say good-
bye to the following play-
ers. I remember them in 5"',
6'", and 7"' grade when they
participated in my basket-
ball class, where they re-
ceived no credit, but did it
out of pure love for the
game. Out of their whole
high school career they
have a record of 81-11.
They have given good lead-
ership, showed what practice
is all about and were good
examples to the other play-
ers," Coach Beckham
stated, starting off the senior
reorganization. He talked
about Brent Allen, who
couldn't make it that night,
then brought up Jeremiah
Brinson, staying how even
though he moved, he must
have realized it was time to
come home and thanked
him for being a big part of
the success. He then
brought up Joe Gazdun, the
leading scorer this season; J.
L. Mongo, who he stated is
a great vocal leader; and
Chris Thomas, the 3rd lead-
ing scorer and a fantastic
point guard. After the
whole team was brought up
he presented the individual
awards. They are as follows:
The Academic. award went
to (which is for 'maintaining
a 3.0 or higher all season)
William Harris, Ian Primer,
Joe Gazdun, and J. L.
Mong,... ;Most .-Imp9oyed
award went to Terrmaine
McDaniel, \\illiam Harris,
and Kendrick Nordstorm.
The Most Rebounds (was
tied with an average 6.5 per
game); Joe Gazdun and J. L
Mongo. The Best Offensive
Player award was given to
Joe Gazdun. The Best De-
fensive Player award went to
Jeremiah Brinson. The Most
Outstanding Pla er award
went to Chris Thomas. The
John Rutledge Coaching
Award %\eni to Joe Gazdun.
Coach Knight's final
thought of the Varsity sea-
son was, "F'm proud of
what was accomplished on
the court, I'm even more
proud of the development
as young men and stu-
dents." First year Coach
Zhelesnik said, "It was a
wonderful opportunity to
work with a great bunch of
guys. I look forward to be-
ing able to help contribute
to next year's team."
The night was filled with
many jokes, memories, and
reflections of good times. I
think the best way to sum
up the overall basketball
season is by what Coach
Stacey had to say, "The
players showed dedication
and hard work. They gave
100% because 99 1/2%
won't do."


Williston High

Baccalaureate and

Graduation events


Williston High School will
be holding their Bracca-
larite on Thursday, May
26, at 7:00 p.m. at the First
Baptist Church in Williston.


Graduation will be held
Tuesday, May 31, at 7:00
p.m. at the Phillips Center
for the Performing Arts in
Gainesville.


Over $1 Million

For Children's

Hospitals In

Florida


Florida Log .a Load for
Kids, a Children's Miracle
Network fundraising pro-
ject, has raised over $1 mil-
lion for children's hospitals
in Florida. The program is
entering its tenth year
helping Florida's children.
Through a diverse .com-
bination of fundraisers, the
forest products industry in
Florida raises thousands of
dollars each year through
Log a Load for Kids. One
hundred percent of funds
raised through Log a Load
goes directly to Florida's
children's hospitals-no
administrative costs are
taken out. Loggers, land-
owners, mills and every
part of the industry come
together for this rewarding
program.
Funds raised by Florida
Log a Load for Kids have
helped purchase expensive
medical equipment for pe-
diatric patients, educational
books for nurses who care
for children after open-
heart surgery, stuffed ani-
mals and books to brighten
a child's hospital stay, com-
puter' games that can be.
brought into an isolated
child 's.,r.qq .- ar, api. d.,pot-
tery class.c, for hospitalized
children i and life-saving
CPR instruction for parents
who are taking their heal-
ing children home for the.
first time after treatments
or surgery and community


outreach in education pro-
grams that can help parents
cope with their children's
illnesses and injuries.
Participants are encour-
aged to make a donation to
the children's hospital of
their choice equivalent to
the profit from one load of
logs. Hence, they are log-'
-ging load for kids! The
program goes will beyond
one-time donations with its
yearly events:
Skeet Shoot at.Coon Bot-
tom Gun in Havana, FL.
On April 16, 2005-raised
over $14,000. Golf Tour-
nament at Sunny Hill Golf
Club in Washington
County, FL. on May 3,
2005 will be raising money.
Bass Tournament at
Swamp House Marina in
Pensacola will help ,on May
7, 2005. Golf Tournament:
in Alachua, and Golf Tour-
nament at eagle Harbor
Golf Club in Jacksonville!
will both be apart of sport ,
ing the Log a Load for Kids'
help in the fall of 2005.
Florida Log a Load for
Kids is sponsored by the
,Florida Forestry Associa-
tion. For more information
on Log.a'Load for Kids and
its upcoming-events, please,
visit www.floridaforest.org.


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Baccalaureate and

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Bronson High School will
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18, at 7:00p.m. In the
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In a new study that reveals
the changing face of Florida
-agriculture, University of
Florida researchers say the
forestry industry now has the
biggest economic impact on
the state eclipsing citrus,
vegetables and ornamentals
in terms of output.
Annual output or sales im-
pact in the forest products
industry exceed $16.6 bil-
lion, creating 133,475 jobs,
with $7.5 billion in value-
dded personal and business
'income, and generating more
A than $581 million in local,
state and federal taxes (ex-
cluding income taxes), said
S'"Alan Hodges, an economist
"in UF's Institute of Food and
J'Agriculture Sciences, or
;UF/IFAS.
S "Citrus, is .the crop most
people associate with Flor-.
'ida. and the state still leads
'the nation in citrus produc-
tion, but our study indicates
-iforestry is now the economic
* ,heavyweight in the state's
$67 billion agricultural and
..patural resources industry,"
*" hesaid.
S By comparison, the output
,in the fruit and vegetable in-
dustry is approximately
.$12.8 billion, generating
'125,000 jobs and $437 mil-
"lion in taxes, according to the
''most recent data 'sources.
'The environmental horticul-
S 'rre or "ornamentals" indus-
S''try -'which includes produc-
-tion of 'landscape plants,
flowers, foliage, turfgrass
: and associated landscaping
services generates $8.9 bil-
lion in output impacts in
S Florida.
i: ile forestry has a bigger
economic impact on the
state, environmental horti-
, culturee. tilgeqarate, r.mre
S'obs 154.205 than for-
estry in Florida. he said. En-
%vironmental horticulture also
is the fastest growing seg-
ment of agriculture in the
United States. and Florida is
ranked as the second largest
production state in the na-
tion.
Hodges. "\ho studies the
economics of Florida agri-
culture with David Mulkev, a
professor in the UF/IFAS
food and resource economics
department, said other fac-
ulty contributed to the report
S on forestry. They include
Janaki Alavalapti and Doug-
-las Carter, associate profes-
sors in the LF/IFAS School
of Forest Resources and
Conser\ action.
The forestry industry is
concentrated mainly in North
and Central Florida. with
more than 16 million acres or
25.000 square miles of for-
ests. representing nearly half
of the state's land area.
Hodges said. Forests in
Florida are managed to pro-
duce a variety of wood and
-fiber products, with about
650 million cubic feet of
wood harvested annually.
Forests also support out-
door recreational opportuni-
ties for residents and millions


of visitors to the state, pro-
viding important non-market
environmental services such
as biodiversity, water re-
charge and mitigation of
global climate change by ab-
sorbing carbon dioxide from
the atmosphere, Hodges said.
The growth of the Florida
forestry industry mirrors that
of other states in the south-
eastern United States, where
forestry is now the, leading
agricultural commodity..
"The success of the indus-
try in Florida and the South-
east is also driven by the fact,
that large tracts of forest anmd
are privately owned,. while
forests in the western part of
the nation are largely .on
public lands," Hodges said.
"In many cases, state and
federal restrictions on pub-
licly, owned lands govern the
amount of logging that can
take place, particularly in
old-grow th forests, which ac-
counts for the decline of the
industry in theWest."

Hodges and Mulkey also
estimated the values of rec-
reation and tourism in their
study on the Florida forestry
industry.
While tourism is the' larg-
est and most well-known
sector of the Florida econ-
omy. forested landscapes
pro% ide environmental
amenities that support this
industry, particularly for the
growing eco-tourism market.
Hodges said. Visitors spend
about $47 billion annually,
which translates into an
overall economic impact of
$117 billion.
Various surveys indicate
that more than half of Florida
S isit, r ei 'a "e in some t ( pe
u t'*M16rL'W-bafdd'a'f'ity dur-
ing their visit and 19 to 33
percent of all travel and
tourism in the southern
United States is linked to
outdoor recreation, he said.
"Using the more conserva-
tive 19 percent figure. we es-
timate that outdoor recreation
in Florida has a total eco-
nomic impact of at least
$22.3 billion annually, cre-
ating 332,000 jobs." Hodges
said. "And some share of
this can be attributed to for-
est ecosystems."
He cited U.S. Fish and
Wildlife Service data show-
ing that wildlife-related rec-
reational activities includ-
ing hunting. fishing and
wildlife viewing account
for total expenditures in
Florida of an estimated $6.05
billion. He said the figure
includes money spent on
fuel, lodging, and meals as
\well as recreational equip-
ment such as boats and guns.
"While not all wildlife-
related recreational activity is
directly\ attributed to forest
resources. most of the rec-
reation, hunting and wildlife
watching takes place in for-
ested ecosystems., he said.
In addition to these com-
mercial and recreational use
values associated with forests.


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SA&M

Plumbing Enterprises
Inc.
Remodel, Re-Pipe, New Construction,
Moble Home Hook-Ups, and Water
Heaters. Serving Tri-County Area.
Bronson (352) 486-3509


in Florida, there is an array
of non-market environmental
services that are important to
recognize, although they may
be difficult to measure. ,
These non-market envi-
ronmental services include
surface and ground water
storage, purification of air
and water, mitigation of
droughts and floods, stabili-
zation of climate, generation
and preservation of soils, de-
composition of'wastes, cy-
cling and movement of nutri-
ents, provision of wildlife
habitat and maintenance of
biodiversity. Hodges said
"Florida forests absorb or
"sequester" about 5.8 million
tons of carbon from the at-
mosphere every year, which
helps reduce the effects-of
global warming. Using the
figure. of $5 per ton, this
positive environmental im-
pact is worth about $29 mil-
lion annually." :
SThe study, "Economic Im-
pacts of the Forest Industry.
in Florida. 2003" is available
on the UF's Electronic
Document Information
Source
tEDIS) website' at
-- -----------


USDA Opens
2005
Conservation
Security

Program
Sign-Up
Florida Farmers And
Ranchers Among Those
-Eligible For First Nation-
-%ide Progrm,' ,,
Some 1.496 farmers and
ranchers in parts of Colum-
bia. Dixie. Gilchrist. Levy.
Madison. Lafayette. and Su-.
wannee Counties are among
:those invited to participate in
the first national sign up of
the historic' new Conserva-
tion Security Program (CSP).
USDA The sign up will be
available from March 28'h to
May 27. .


"CSP
reaction
US DA
grams.
Florida
sources
State
"While


is a %\hole new di-
in the history of
conservation pro-
said Niles Glasgow,
USDA Natural Re-
Consermation Service
Conser ationist.
conservation incen-


live programs and technical
assistance to farmers and
ranchers date back to the
Dust Bowl days of the 1930s.
CSP represents the first time
agricultural producers are
being paid not just to fix a
problem but in recognition of
their ongoing stewardship
and to maintain and further
enhance that conservation
commitmentn"
In Florida. CSP, vhich is
being made available on a,
%watershed basis, will be,
available in the Lower Su-
wannee watershed.
Nationally. CSP is being
made available on private ag-.
ricultural land in 220 water-
sheds, covering about 185
million acres. in every state
and the Caribbean. The na-
tional $202 million budget
\will allow NRCS to offer an
estimated 12.000 to 14.000
contracts to eligible farmers
and ranchers.
To prepare agricultural
producers for this historical
new program. Glasgo\w says,
NRCS has been holding
workshops across eligible
watershed areas. "We hope
most of the eligible produc-
ers interested in CSP ha\e
had a chance to attend a:
workshop and get a first hand
explanation of the new goals
,and requirements associated
with the program."
The workshops explain
that CSP offers three levels
or tiers of participation, de-.
pending on the amount of the


North Florida

Regional Medical

Center To Celebrate

National Nursing

Week May 3


North Florida Regional
Medical Center is celebrating
National Nursing Week with
an Inaugural Blessing of the.
Hands on Tuesday, May 3rd
from 7:30 p.m. until 8:30
p.m. at the duckpond. There
is no cost to attend and the
parking is free.
This event is open to all
nurses. and their support giv-
ers in the ,area in honor of
National Nursing Week.


Among the guest speakers
are Vivian L. Filer, MS,
MSN, ARNP and Retired
.Professor of Nursing. In ad-
dition, a nondenominational
prayer service and the tradi-
tional nurse's blessing will
be held. Following the
ceremony, light refreshments
will be served.
For additional information
contact the NFRMC Mar-
keting Department at 333-
4970.


Relay For Life To

Be Held InM

Chiefland


May;13-14
The American Cancer So- $18 ,
ciet- Relay For Life lay is
Chiefland is celebrating its follow
tenth anniversary and honors In
those touched by cancer and gins.
raises money for the fight
against cancer along with In
4,200 other communities Carol
across the country. Ame
Teams of. 10-15 partici- Hem(
pants, formed from families. S'i
churches. schools. businesses Trok,
and other organizations. walk Ren
or run around a track or a corn
designated area to raise to pi
money for the fight against again
cancer. Others not on the cess
track can participate in fun tion r
activities happening in the and c
center of the track. Every re- the la
lay feat, res an emotional in ti.
survivor lap .and moving 4.20C
Lunminaria Ceremony. out t
1 (-Cancet 'sur-a ivors; their than
c'dregivern, friehs, families ,9kti
and the entire community are 500.0
invited to participate at La:
Chiefland Elementary School raiser
on Friday. May 13"' from elimi
6:00 p.m. until Saturday, health
Ma\ 14"' at noon. muni
The relan is held to cele- Thee
brate cancer survivorship. 80,00
remember loved ones who ing 2
ha\e lost their lives to can- state\
cer. and raise money for the We
fight against cancer. Money ghetto
raised from Relay For Life is tion
invested in information ac- survi
cess. patient services, advo- are a
cacy. research and cancer to a
prevention and early detec- p le
tion. Barba
The Chiefland Relay cur- 2993
rently has 30 paid teams \with 486-
a gross income of gmos


farm enrolled and the current
level of documented conser-
vation. Payments will be
made based on this tier level
as well as the producer's
agreement to do additional
practices to further enhance
the environment. Tier I con-
tracts (covering part of a
farming operation) run for
five years while Tier II and
III contracts (covering all of,
a farming operation) can ex-
tend for ten years.
"All successful applica-
tions begin with demon-
strated protection of soil and
water- quality." says Glas-
gow. "This would typically
mean managing a farm or
ranch using a mix of prac-
tices such as conservation
tillage. rotational grazing,
pest and nutrient manage-
ment, crop rotation, cover
crops and vegetation buff-
ers." However Glasgow says
that most CSP participants
will go beyond the minimum
and work to further enhance
soil and 'water, improve
\wildlife habitat, or conserve
or produce on-farm energy.
Payments will vary de-
pending on the land .use (e.g.
cropland and
rangeland/pastureland), the
amount of land enrolled, the
tier level and the enhance-
ments undertaken. One-time
parents for new practices
can also be included in a
contract.


s30.77. This year's re-
s being dedicatedto the
wing individuals:
Memory: Caitlin Hug-


Honor: Melissa Dees,
I Collins. Ann Hardee.
lia Cannon, and Roger
ond.
nbols of Hope: Jim
e and Taylor Carey.
lay' For Life offers
nunities an opportunity
participate in the fight
st cancer, as well as ac-
to educational informa-
regarding early detection
cancer prevention. It is
largest fund-raising event
e world, taking place in
0 communities through-
he country ith more
three million people
pytg.,. iLncluding
000 cancer survivors.
st year. Florida teams
d $12.5 million to help
nate cancer as a major
h problem in 165 com-
ties across the state.
event drew an estimated
)0 participants, includ-
"0.000 cancer survivors
wide.
e will be serving spa-
i at the Survivor Recep-
and currently have 20
iors registered. If you
survivor and would like
attend the 'reception.
ase contact
ara Durden at (352) 486-
or Gail Osteen at (352)
4175 or e-mail
teen @starband.net.


To apply, interested appli-
cants should first do a self-
assessment of their farming
operation. These are avail-
able at workshops or can be
obtained in hard copy or CD
version from USDA Service
Centers in watershed areas.
Additionally,
the self-assessment and
other program information
may be accessed at
http://\wvw.nrcs.usda.gov/pr
ograms/csp. Once applicants
have Filled in required infor-
mation based on their records
from the past two years, they
may call their local office for
an appointment. NRCS con-
servationists will then help
them complete their resource
inventory, determine their
level of participation and
determine possible payments.


BUYING
TAX DEEDS?-
NEEDTO-
CLEAR
THETITLE?
E perienced, Dependable'
Service and
REASONABLE
RATES!
Call
CHARLOTTE J.
WEIDNER
Attorney AtLaw
(352) 486-3753


Bronson Elementary
School Kindergarten, en-..
rollment period for the
school year 2005-2006 will
be May 2n' 12t". .
Please bring the child's'
birth certificate and social
security card. A child must


be five years old by Sep-
tember ,1j, 2005, in order to
be enrolled.
The Kindergarten Orien-
tation will be held on May
17h, at the Media Center at
3:00 p.m. or on May 24'h, at
the Media Center at 7:00.
p.m.


Public

Meetings On

Deer-Dog Hunting

Program Expansion


The Florida Fish ,and
Wildlife Consermation Com-
mission's F\\C) North
Central Region is holding
twMo public meetings to dis-
cuss the proposed statewide
expansion of the deer-dog
hunting registration pro-
gram.
This is in response to a de-
cision by FWC Commission-
ers during the April Commis-
sion meeting held 'in
Tallahassee. \where they
voted to mo\e forward \with


the statewide expansion .of.
the registration program for
deer-dog hunting on private
lands for the 2005-06 hunting
season.
The first meeting is set for
May 10h in Chiefland at the
Tommy Usher Community
Center, 506 S.W. Fourth
Avenue. from 6:30 p.m. to
8:30 p.m. The second-meet-
ing will be held May 12,h in
Lake City at the Columbia
County School Board Audi-
torium. 528 W. Duval Street,
from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.


NOTICE OF

ENACTMENT OF
ORDINANCE 2005-01
BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS OF LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the
proposed Ordinance relating to the Levy County Code
provisions_governing special exceptions, the title for
which h hereinafter appears, will be considered for
enactment by the Levy County Board of County
Commissioners. at a public hearing on Tuesday. May 17:.'
.2005 at 10:30 aim. '- in'- the Board of Coutitry
Commissioners Meeting Room, Levy County
Courthouse. Bronson, Florida. Copies ofsaid Ordinance
may be inspected by any member of the public at the
Office ofthe Board of County Commissioners located at
535 S. Court Street, Bronson, Florida, during regular
business hours or contact by phone at (352) 486-5217.
On the date, time and place first above-mentioned, all
interested persons may appear and be heard with respect
to the proposed Ordinance.
ORDINANCE NO. 2005-01
AN ORDINANCE OF LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA, PROVIDING THAT THE LEVY COUNTY
CODE BE AMENDED BY DELETING SECTIONS
50-730 AND 50-799, AND AMENDING SECTIONS
50-1, 50-100, 50-645, 50-662, 50-796, 50-797, 50-798
AND 50-841; PROVIDING FOR AMENDMENTS TO
PROVISIONS GOVERNING SPECIAL
EXCEPTIONS: PROVIDING FOR AMENDMENT TO
S NUMEROUS SPECIFIC USE ANT) OTHER
SECTIONS OF THE LEVY COUNTY CODE TO
REFLECT APPROVAL OF SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS'
BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS;
PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING A
REPEALING CLAUSE: AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
All persons are advised that, if they decide to
appeal any decisions made at this public hearing, they
will need a record the proceedings and, for such purpose,
they may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the
proceeding is made, which record includes the testimony
and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.
Any person requiring reasonable
accommodations to participate in this meeting should
contact the County Commissioner's Administration
Office at (352) 486-5218.
Tony Parker, Chair
Levy Co. Board of County Commissioners
Pub. May 5, 2005






CEDAR KEY
Date High Low High Low
Thu 3.437 ft. 0.623 ft. 3.681 ft. 0.005 ft.
May 5. 05 12-29 AM 6:41 AM 12:41 PM 7:13 PM
Fri 3.506 ft. 0.815 ft. 3.894 ft. -0.352 ft.
May 6. 05 1-23 AM 7:18 AM 1:09 PM 7:55 PM
Sat 3.502 ft. 1.024 ft 4.038 ft. -0 556 ft.
May 7. 05 2 11 AM 7:52 AM 1:37 PM x:34 PM
Sun 3.434 ft. 1.225 ft 4.115 ft -0.615 ft.
May 8, 05 2:54 AM 8:24 AM 2:05 PM 9:1I PM
Mon 3.314 ft. 1.401 ft 4.138 ft. -0.560 ft..
May 9. 05 3:35 AM 8:55 AM 2:33 PM 9:47 PM
Tue 3.165 ft. 1.542 ft. 4 113 ft. -0.425 ft.
May 10. 05 4:14 AM 9:25 AM 3:03 PM 10 23 PM
Wed 3.001 ft. 1.650 ft. 4.044 ft. -0.237 ft.
May 11, 05 4:54 AM 9:56 AM 3:35 PM 11:00 PM
New Moon: 5/8 4:47 AM


New Study Finds Forestry

Is Now Biggest Segment Of

Florida Agriculture


Bronson Elementary

Kindergarten

Enrollment

Scheduled

Through May 12


MAY 5, 2005.


LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


Page Five


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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


MAY 5, 2005


Legals


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 May 21"', at Bronson Self
SStorage, 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.
Melissa Daniel
11070 NE 110h Lane
Archer, FL 32618
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 May 2, 2005
Bronson Self Storage
Dona Potter
PO Box 1705
Bronson, FL 32621
Phone: (352) 486-2121
Sale Date: 05/21/05
Pub: May 5; 12, 2005

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 2004-CA-1042
LASALLE BANK. N.A., FK'A
LASALLE NATIONAL BANK, .AS
TRUSTEE UNDER THE POOLING
AND SERVICING AGREEMENT
DATED 06.01 1999. SERIES
1999-2
Plaintiff
Svs. .
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 e-named Defen-
dants.
Defendants.

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that the
undersigned Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Levy County. Florida.
will on the 23"' day of May. 2005,
at 11:00 o'clock A.M. at the
Front steps of.the Lesy County
Courthouse in Bronson, Florida
on. Monday, offer for sale and
sell at public outcry to the highest
and best bidder for cash. the fol-
lowing described property situate
in Ley County. Florid-
The North 1 2 ot Northeast 1 4
of Southeast 1'4 of Section 23,
Township 14 South. Range 17
East. Lety County, Florida. Sub-
ject to. and TOGETHER WITH a 2 5
foot easement along the Southerly
side of the above parcel. Said par-
cel also being known as LOT 26,
W. SPRING PINES. UNIT 2. an
unrecorded subdi vision. TO-
GETHERWTTHa 1982 Singlesnide
Mobile Home ID# TWIFLHSl821.
pursuant to the Final Judgment en-
tered in a case pe nding in said
Court. the style of which is indi-
cated abo e.
WITNESS my hand and official
seal of said Court this 27th da\ of
April. 2005
In accordance with the Amerin-
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. If1
hearing impaired. (TDD)
1/800/955-8771, or Voice (V)
1/800/955-8770, via Florida Re-
lay Service.
Danny J Shipp
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: Gsen McElroy
Deputy Clerk
(COURTSEAL)
: ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF ;
Elizabeth Shannon Pastras
Butler & Hosch. P.A.
3185 S. Conway Rd., Ste. E
Orlando, Florida 32812 ;,
(407) 381-5200
SPub: May 5, 12. 2005

SOUTHWEST FLORIDA
WATER MANAGEMENT
DISTRICT
SNotice of Proposed Rule:
SSouthwest Florida Water Man-


agement District, Chapter 40D-4
Florida Administrati e Code.
-Summary of the Rule: This
rulemaking is to amend 40D-
S4.051, 40D-4.091, 40D-4.302.
RF.A.C.. and section 3.2.2 of the
Environmental Resource Permit-
ting Basis of Review to conform
to statutory changes and to be
consistent with the Florida De-
partment of Ent ironmenlal Pro-


section's and the other water
agement districts environ
resource permitting rules.
Contact: Karen E. West,
General Counsel, Office o
eral Counsel, 2379 Broad
Brooksville, Florida
6899; or (352) 796-7211,
sion 4651.
The District does not discri
on the basis of disability. /
requiring reasonable accon
tion should contact Dianne
(352) 796-7211, ext. 4658
only: 1-800-231-6103.
S:\MyFiles\DATA\OGC.Fil
516-DEPrule-
changes\NewsSummary.doc

Pub: May 5, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COU
OF THE EIGHTH JUDI(
CIRCUIT IN AND FO
LEVY COUNTY, FLOOR
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 38-2005-C
WELLS FARGO BANK. NA,,
TRUSTEE FOR NLASTR ASSI
BACKED SECURITIES TRUST
2002-OPT1 MORTGAGE PA
THROUGH CE RTIF ICATES S
RIES 2002-OPT1,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MICHAELM I6ILLINSjetal,.
Defendantss.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: VALERIE S. MULLINS
LAST KNOWN .ADDRESS:
1431 NE 120" Avenue
Williston. FL 32696
CLiRRENTADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
ANY AND. ALL UNKI
PARTIES CLAIMING
THROUGH. UNDER.
AGAINST THE HEREIN N.
INDIVIDUAL DEFEND
WIHO ARE NOT KNOWN T
DEAD OR .ALIVE, WHEl
SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIM AN INTEREST
SPOUSES. HEIRS, DEVI
GRANTEES. OR OTHER Cl
ANTS
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS: UNKN

'YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
tion to foreclose a mOurgai
the following property in
County.Florida..
LOT 4. BLOCK 35. WILL
HIGHLANDS, UNIT 14, A(
ING TO THEPLAT THERE
RECORDED IN PLAT BO(
PAGES 14A. 14B. PUBLIC(
CORDS OF LEVY COI
FLORIDA, TOGETHER
THAT CERTAIN MOBILE
LOCATED THEREON DESC
AS A 1999 LIMITED DO
WIDE WITH SERIAL NULIN
FLA14614286A
FLA14614286B AND
NUMBERS "6560178
"6560179 .AND REAL PROF
NUMBERS 12077954
12077955.
has been filed against you a
are required to serve a copy c
written defenses within 3X
after the first publication,
on Eschevarria & Associate!
Plaintiff's attorney who-
dress is 9119 Corporate
Drise. Suite 300, Tampa,
33634, and file the original
this Court either before set%
Plaintiff's attorney or ir
atel] thereafter: otherwise
fault will be entered again:
for the relief demanded i
Complaint or petition.
This notice shall be pul
once each week for two co
tie weeks in the Les' (
Journal.
WITNESS my hand and th
of this Court on this 25"
April. 2005.
Danny J.
r Clerk of the
By: Gwen M
As Deputy

Pub: May 5. 12, 2005

IN THE. CIRCUIT COl
OF THE 8TH .ILUDICI.
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
AND FOR LEVY COUNT
No. 02-C
Mortgage Electronic Regist
Systems, Inc.. as Nominee f
Market Street Mortgage Cor]
tion, .
: PLAINTIFF,
vs. .. :


Wanda C. Brow% n, et al.,
DEFENDANTS.

AMENDLD NOTICE (
FORECLOSURE SAL
Notice is hereby gisen that
suant to an Order Reschec
Foreclosure Sale dated Apri
2005, and entered in civil
number 02-CA-981. of the C


Court of the 8" Judicial Circuit in
and for Levy County, Florida
wherein MORTGAGE ELEC
TRONIC REGISTRATION SYS
TEMS, INC., AS NOMINEE FORI
er man- MARKET STREET MORTGAGE
mental CORPORATION, is Plaintiff anc
Wanda C. Brown; Levy County, a
Deputy political subdivision of the State
)f Gen- of Florida, is/are Defendant(s),
Street, will sell to the highest and besl
34604- bidder for cash at on the front
exten- steps of the Levy County Court-
house, 355 Court Street, Levy
iminate County, Florida, at 11:00am or
Anyone the 23'd day of May, 2005, the
nmoda- following described property as
Lee at set forth in said Final Judgment
3; TDD to wit:
LOT 1, BLOCK 63, UNIVER-
es\200 SITY OAKS, ACCORDING TC
THE PLAT THEREOF RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 4, PAGE 15, 15H-
15M. PUBLIC RECORDS OF
LEVY COUNTY, FLORDA.
NOTE: Pursuant to the Fair Debt
JRT Collection Practices Act you are
CIAL advised that this law firm is
)R deemed to be a debt collector at-
IDA tempting to collect a debt and any
information obtained will be used
A-219 for that purpose.

ET Dated the 27i" day of April,
ST 2005.
SS- DANNY J.SHIPP,
SE- Clerk of Circuit Courl

By: Gwen McElroy
Deputy Clerk

Pub: May 5, 12, 2005

N IN:THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
LEVY COLINTY. FLORIDA.
CASE NO. 38S 2005CA-00028!
\TRGINLA LANE. DEBORAH -
SMITH and RESA L COLLOP,
Plaintiffs.
N vs-
NOWN ROSALIE NMcDONOUGH, di mar-
BY, ned. if alive, and if dead. her re-
AND specti\e unknown spouse. he.s..
AMED desisees. grantees. creditors, or
-N-T(S) other parties claiming bn.
t through, under or against her in-
10 BE di idually,
STHER Defendants.
MAY.
AS NOTICE OF ACTION
SEES,
LAIM- TO- ROSAL[E McDONOUGH
ADDRESS UNKNOWN
YOLI ARE NOTIFIED that an ac
lion to Quiet Title as to the fol
JOWN lowing described lands:
The N 1,2 of NE 1,4 of the SI
an ac- 1..4 'o'Seio6,. Tosinship' 1-
gu on Soulh, Range I1 Easi, L.-,.
LEVY County, Florida, LESS AND EX
CEPT the East 1121 feet thereof.
ISTON Tax Parcel #5306-002-00
CORD-
. '-S filed against you and you are re
F. AS quired to serve a cop,- of your wsrit
K E' ten defenses, if any. on RONAL
C RE-
ULNTY STEVENS. Petitioner's aitor
ney, whose address is Post Offic
HOME Box 1444, Bronson, FL 32621
on or before May 20, 2005. an,
TRIBED file the original with the Clerk o
B this Court either before set\ice o
MIBERS -
Plaintiff's attorney\ or immedi
ately thereafter: otherwise a de
taull will be entered against .\o
EANDR tfor the relief demanded in th
Complaint.
AND WITNESS m% hand and the sea
ot this Court on April 6., 2005
nd .ou DANNY J. SHIP
of your Clerk of Coul
0 days .n I
if an\. By: Gw'en McEro
if any. Persons winh disabilities re
se ad- questing reasonable accommodate
Lake lions to participate in this pro
Florida ceeding should contact t3521 374
l with 3639 Voice & TDD) or %ia Flor
ida Rela\ Ser\ice at 1800) 955
ice on 8^7
mmedi- Pub- April 14. 21. 28.,
a de- May 5. 2005
st you ........................
in the PUBLIC NOTICE

blished NOTICE IS HEREBY GI'E1_S
nsecu- TH{AT THE L.EVY COUNTY
Count's BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS-
SIONERS WILL HOLD A SPE
he seal CIAL MEETING TO DISCUSS THE
da\ of SUBMTITAL OF THE COMMU-
NITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK
Shipp GRANT HOUSING GRANT AP-
Court PLICATION. ON TUESDAY, MLAY
cEIro, 10. 2005 AT 9:00 A.M. IN -THE
SClerk COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
MEETING ROOM AT THE
COURTHOUSE IN BRONSON.
FRED MOODY
IRT COUNTY COORDINATOR
A L ..


IN If a person decides to appeal any
4TY decision made by the board with
A-981 respect to an\ matter considered at
ration the meeting, he or she will need a
or
pora- record of the proceedings, and
that. for such purpose. he or she
may need to ensure thal a verbatim
.record of the proceedings is made.
%which record includes the lesti-
mons and e idence upon which
OF' the appeal is ti be based.
,E NOTICE REGARDING .THE
AMERICANS WITH DSIABIL-
, pur- ITIES ACT OF 1990(. In accor-
duling
il 27, dance with the Americans with
case Disabilities Act. persons needing
circuit special accommodations to par-
licipate in this proceeding should


n contact the OFFICE OF THE
, COUNTY COMMISSION no later
than seven (7) days prior to the
- proceeding at (352) 486-5217,
Z Bronson, Florida
Pub: April 28, May 5, 2005

a IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
SOF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA
t CIVIL ACTION
t CASE NO.: 38-2004-CA-1011
GATORDON HOLDINGS, INC., a
Y Florida Corporation,
Plaintiff,,
-vs.-
s D. LINDA EVANS, a/k/a D.LINDA
BROWN, and WILLIAM H.
BROWN, her husband,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY given that,
pursuant to a Final, Judgment of
Foreclosure entered in Case No.
38-2004-CA-1011, in the Circuit
t Court of Levy County, Florida, I
will sell the:.property situated in
Levy County, Florida described
as: .
A parcel of land in .the Southeast
J 1/4 of Sectiori lt. Township 15
South. Range 17 East. in Levy
County, Florida. more particularly
described as: For a POINT OF
REFERENCE, Commence at the
Southeast corner of said Section
10, and rur South S5'59'50"
West, along South line of said
Section 10, 597.96 feet ;to the
Easterly Right of Way line of
State Road No. 33-, thence run
North 1303S'54' West along said
.Right of Wja line. 975.90 feet to
the Point of Cur\'ature of a curve
concave to ihe Southwsest and hav-
8 ing a radius of 5764.96 feet;
thence Northwssterli along said
Right of Way line and along the
arc of said curse through a central
angle of 02'25 OS", an arc dis-
lance of 243 38 feel to the POINT
OF BEGINNING: thence continue
Northwesterl% along arc of said
cure and Right of Way line
through a central angle of
t4"4S' 1 ", an arc distance of
483.27 fed; thence departing
from said curie and Right of Wa\
line on a nonradial bearing of
North 8919'36" East. 1024.35
feet to the East line of said Sec-
. tion 10; thence South 0040'24'
- East along the East line of Section
10. 460.00 feet. thence South
E 8919'36"' West. 876.70 feet to
4 close on the POINT OF BEGIN-
^ *NING ." ... .
- and
West 1.2 of the Northwest 1.4 of
Southwest 1.4 and the West 1 2 of
- the East 1'2 of Northwest 1/4 of
- Southwest 1.4. Section 11. Town-
D ship 15 South .Range 17 East.
- also known as Lot 8. North Star
e Farms, lying in Lev) Counts.
. Florida;
d
at public sale, to the highest and
best bidder for cash in the lobby
n of the Board of County Commis-
i-
sioners meeting room in the Ley'
County Courthouse, at 355 South
u
Court Street, Bronson. Florida at
11:00 o'clock A.M. on Ma\ 16,
a 2005.
DANNY SHIPP
P CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
rt By: Deanna Dobbins
y Deputy Clerk
. Pub: April 21', 28. 2005


IN IHE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE 8th JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO 3S-04-CA-362
NATIONAL CITY MNIORGAGE CO.
PLMNTIFF,

I LELA ANNE LYNCH. IF LIVING,
AND [F DEAD, THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE, HEIRS. DE\ISEES,
GRANTEES. ASSIGNEES,
LIE NORS, CREDITORS. TRUS-
STEES AND ALL 01TIER PARTIES
CLAIMING AN INTEREST BY,
THROUGH. UNDER OR AGAINST
LEL. ANNE LYNCH: JOS-HURA
LYNCH, F LIV ING. AND IF
DEAD, THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE.
HEIRS, DEVISEES. GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS. CREDI-
TORS, TRUSTEES AND ALL
OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING AN
INTEREST BY. THROUGH. UNDER
OR AGAINST JOSHUA LYNCH,
MICHALE J. BARLATTO: JOHN
DOE AND JANE DOE ,AS LIN-
KNOWN TENANTS IN POSSES-
SION
DEFENDANTSS.


NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to a Summary Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure, dated April
20, 2005 entered in Cisil Case
No. 38-04-CA-362 of the Circuit
Court of the 8" Judicial Circuit in
and for LEXY Counly. BRONSON,
Florida. I %will sell to the highest
and bes" bidder for cash at THE-
' MAIN LOBBY at the, LEVY
County Courthou.-e located at 355
SOLrU COURT STREET in
BRONSON. Florida. at ,11:00 a.m.


on the 23rd day of May, 2005 the
following described property as
set forth in said Summary Final
Judgment to-wit:
COMMENCE AT THE SOUTH-
WEST CORNER OF THE SOUTH-
WEST QUARTER OF THE
SOUTHEAST QUARTER (SW1/4
OF SE1/4) OF SECTION 26,
TOWNSHIP 10 SOUTH, RANGE
14 EAST, AS A POINT OF REF-
ERENCE; THENCE NORTH
89*51'00" EAST, A DISTANCE
OF 160.0 FEET TO AND FOR THE
POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE
CONTINUE NORTH 89051'00"'
EAST 368.0 FEET; THENCE RUN
NORTH 0000'55" EAST, 412.50
FEET; THENCE RUN SOUTH
89051'00" WEST 279.09 FEET;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 00000'55"
WEST, 175.00 FEET; THENCE
RUN SOUTH 8951'00" WEST,
88.91 FEET; THENCE RUN
SOUTH 0005'41'" WEST, 237.50
FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGIN-
NING, LEVY COUNTY. FLORIDA.-
Together with a 2003 Double-
Wide Mobile Home, Vini #'s
GAFL275B74474BP21 &
GAFL275A74474BP21
Dated this 22"d day of April,
2005.
DANNY J. SHIPP
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Gwen McElroy
.Deputy Clerk
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
THE LAW OFFICES OF DA\ID J.
STERN, P.A., ATTORNEY FOR
PLAINTIFF
801 S. university Drive Suite 500
Plantation. FL 33324.
1954)233-8000
03-20163(N.M.)
IN ACCORDANCE \\TH THE
AMERICANS WITH DISABIl-
TIES ACT. persons tunh disabili-
ties needing a special accommodai-
tion should contact COURT AD-
MINISTRATION. at the LEVY
Count. Courthouse at 352-486-
5276. 1-800-955-8771 TrDD) or
1 -800-955-S770. via Florida Re-
lay Service.
Pub: April 28. May 5. 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
LEVY COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 38-2004--CA-0793
JOHN L. '.-ALDRON adBRENDA
G. WALDONI'fl bu' n ife.
I" a n-iiffs, .
vs.'
WILL E W\\ATSON. JOHNNIE
E.-ALUM, ED\WARD EALUM,
CAROLYN HATCH. DOROTHY
SKIDMORE, Heirs of MARY E.
WATSON. Deceased and CITI-
BANK SOUTH DATOTA), N.A., a
National Bank.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT 10 CHAPTER
45

Notice is gi.en that pursuant to
a final judgment dated April 18.
201)5 in Case No. 38-2004-CA-
0793 of the Circuit Court of the
Eighth Circuil in and for Le\\
County, Florida in \ which JOHN L.
W.ALDRON and BRENDA G.
WVALDRON. Husband and Wife.
are the plaintitfs and \\LLIE
WATSON. JOFHNNIE EA.-LUM,.
EDWARD EALUM. CAROLYN
HATCH, DOROTHY SKIDMORE.
Heirs of LMARY E WATSON and
CITIBANK ISOLIUTH DAKOTA)
N.A., a National Bank. are the de-
fendants. I will sell to the highest
and best bidder tor cash in the
Slobby of the Levy County Court-
house in Bronson. Florida at
11:00 am. on May 16, 2005. the
following described property set
forth in the order of the final
judgment:
Lot 85. Block 3. Fanning
Springs Annex as per plat thereof
. recorded in Public records of Let\
County. Florida. Iogiethcr with the
1984 mobile home Being a Mana-
Lec. with ID#-064S238"41 and Ti-
Stie #40988"5
DATED this 21 day of April

S' DANNY J. SHIPP
S' Clerk of the Court
By: Gwen McElroy
Deputy Clerk
Published of this notice on April
28 and May 5, 2005 in the Levy
County Journal.
Pub: April 28, May 5. 2005
.......-................


Time ForA

Yard Sale??


Journal Classified
Ads Only $5.00
(For20 words)
Call 486-2312


CALL FOR BIDS
The School Board of Levy
county, will receive sealed bids at
the Office of the Superintendent,
480 Marshburn Drive, PO Drawer
129, Bronson, Florida 32621 un-
til 4:00 p.m., May 13, 2005, for
the following project.,
Re-Roof a portion of
building 01 at Chiefland
Middle School
All Contractors wishing to bid
this project must be pre-qualified
with the School Board of Levy
County. General Contractors must
submit pre-qualification :packets
no later than May 10, 2005. Pre-
qualification packets may be ob-
tained by contacting Gerald Ward,
Purchasing Coordinator, at (352)
486-5297.
Bids will be awarded at the May
17, 2005 School Board Meeting.
For detailed bid requirements and
specifications, contact Ted Alex-
ander, Maintenance Director, at
(352) 486-5250 or Gerald Ward,
Purchasing Coordinator,, at (352)
486-5297.
Pub: April 28, May 5, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
LE Y COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 38-2005-CA-0120
FORD \ WALKER,
Plaintiff,
vs.
LUISNUNEZ and THE UNITED
STATES TREASURY. INTERNAL
REVENUE SER\1CE.
Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: LUIS NUNEZ
.Address lnkno,.n
AS WELL AS any heirs. adminis-
trators or a-,signs: and all other
parties claiming by, through. un-
der,; or against LUIS NUNEZ; as
'well as all parties having or
claiming to have any right. title
or interest in ihe property herein
described . .
YOU ARE NOTIFIED thai an ac-
lion to quiet title to the following
pruperti in L n C.iount,. Florida,
to -w : 'i
N 12 tof SW 1 4 ot NE 1 4 of
NW 1.4 of Section 26. Tosnship
11 Souli. Range 1- East. as
show n in OR Book 83. Page 6018.
public records of Levy Counts,
Florida.
* i Parcer 'L_.f- J;JU
h' bLn il ~d galrl 's,ou an you
are required tb.serve a cop\ of .our
w rittcn defenses, if any., to it on
CIHARLOTTE J. WEIDNER. Plain-
liff's attorney, w hose address is
Post Office Bu' 1354. Bronson.
Florida 32621. on or before June
3. 2005, and file ihe original w% ith
the Clerk of this. Court either be-
fore service on Plainiitf's atlor-
nes or immedialel thereafctr:
otherv.ise a default %will be entered
against you for the relief de-
manded in the Complaint or pent-
iio n .:' :
Dated this, ilh da, of April


2005





Pub: April S.x
2005


DANNY J. SHIPP
Clerk of Court
By: Gwen McElro)
Deputy Clerk
Md', 5, 12. 19,


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
LEVY COUNTY.
IFLORIDA
CASE NO. 38-2004 C.A 0863
GREEN TREE SERVICING. LLC
f k a GREEN TREE FINANCIAL
SERVICING CORP.
1400 Turbine Drive
Rapid C'ts. SD 577(03
Plaintiff.


V.
WILLIAM J. REICHLE, III; CRY-
SYNDA C. REICHLE; FIRST UN-
ION NATIONAL BANK OF FLOR-
IDA, a National Banking Associa-
tion; and THE UNKNOWN TEN-
ANTS IN POSSESSION,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
THAT, pursuant to Plaintiff's Fi-
nal Judgment of Foreclosure and
Re-Establishment of Note entered
in the above-captioned action, .I
will sell the property situated in
Levy County, Florida, described
as follows, to wit:
Lot 7, Block E, Cason's Inglis
Acres, Unit 1, according to the
map or plat thereof as recorded in
Plat Book 4, Pages 41A and 41B,
Public Records of Levy County,
Florida.
TOGETHER WITH that certain
1999 80 x 28 4765D mobile
home, VIN
#GAFLX75AB89758CD21.
at public sale, to the highest and
best bidder, for cash at the Levy
County Courthouse, Bronson,
Florida, at 11:00 a.m., on the
16th day of May, 2005.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Gswen McElroy
Deputy Clerk
Timothy D. Padgett
-Penson, Padgett & Conrad, P.A.,
2810 Remington Green Circle
Tallanassee. FL 3231.3
(850)561-8000; (850)561-8030
FAX .
Pub: April 28, May 5, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
LEVY COUNTY.
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE: 38-2001 CP 00078
IN RE. ESTATE OF: CRUZ NI.
\ELAQUEZ aka CRUZ
SMANUEL \ELAQUEZ
DECEASED
NOTICE

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that
on the 2S"' day. ot Januar\ 2003
there s\as placed on deposit in
this office funds rec-ived from
Carol F. Brow n, Pcrsonal Repre-
sentauie of the estate of Cruz
NM. \lelazquez. Deceased, in the
amount of $176.213.81 Said
tunds are all of the assets due as i
follow s:
TW O-*SISTE R& *AND!ITHIRTEEN
NIECES AND NEPHEWS IN
CUBA. ADDRESSES AND BIRTH
DATES ARE LFNKNOV\N
and said asscis remain unclaimed.
Unless said funds are claimed
on or before si\ (6) months from
the date of first publication of
this notice said funds will be
forwarded to the State of Florida.
pursuant to Florida Statutes
733 816.
IN WiTNESS WHEREOF I have
set my hand and official seal a of
Lev\. Florida, on this 2'" day of
MAY 201)5
(Court seal
DANNY J. SHIPP
Clerk of Circull Court
Le'v County,. Florida :
Pub: May 5. June 2. 2005


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MAY 5, 2005 Page Seven


LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


Legals


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Cedars Airfield, Inc., d/b/a Ce-'
dars Airfield Mini-Storage, pursu-
ant to the provisions of the Flor-
ida Self Storage Facility Act. (Fla.
Stat. 83.801 et sec.) hereby gives
notice of sale under said act, to-
wit: On May 11, 2005, at Cedars
Airfield, Inc., 6731 SW 105 Ave-
nue, Levy County, Florida, Cedars
Airfield, Inc., or its agent will
conduct a sale at 10:00 AM by
sealed bids to the highest bidder.
Bids will be open by noon with
viewing from 9:30 AM until noon
for the contents of the storage bay
or bays, rented by the following
person/persons:
Wanda Schrader
General Delivery
Cedar Key FL 32625
Member Corporation
Mr. Arthur Skula
290 Quiet Trail Drive
Daytona Beach FL 32124
Consists of household, personal
items, or miscellaneous, stored at
Cedars Airfield Mini-Storage,
6731 SW 105 Avenue, Levy
County, Florida. Sale, is being
made to satisfy a statutory lien.
Dated April 25, 2005
Cedars Airfield Mini-Storage
c/o Pelican Realty
Doris Hellermann, Broker
P.O. Box 117
Cedar Key, Florida 32625
Pub: April 28, May 5, 2005

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Dottie Osteen d/b/a Rebel Mini-
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 May 10,
2005, at Rebel Mini-Storage,
7390 SW State Road 24, Levy
County, Florida, Dottie Osteein or
her agent will conduct a sale at
10:00 AM by sealed bids to the
highest bidder. Bids will be open
by noon with viewing from 9:30
AM until noon for the contents of
the storage bay or bays, rented by
the following person/persons:
Cynthia Starr
7659 Oak Street
Frisco TX 75034
Consists of household, personal
items, or miscellaneous,, stored at
Rebel Mini-Storage, 7390 SW
State Road 24, Levy .County, Flor-
ida. Sale is being made to satisfy a
statutory lien.
Dated April 25, 2005
Rebel Mini-Storage
c/o Pelican Realty
-Doris Hellermann,. Broker ,
P.O. Box,1t,7. ,, ,* vM .
Cedar Kc, Florida 32625
Pub: April 28,. MaNy 5. 2005

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 38-2005-CA-00187
.Green Tree Sen icing LLC succes-
sor service to GreenPoini Credit.
,LLC, a corporation,
Plaintiff,.
vs.
Nancy Workman. George Thomas
Bjrbour. Jr.. IF LIXVING.. AND IF
DECE'-SED, THEIR UNKNOWN'
SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES, ,
GRANTEES, CREDITORS, AND
ALL OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING.
BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST THEM; JOHN DOE and
JANE DOE AND ANY OTHER
PERSON (S) IN POSSESSION OF
THE SUBJECT REAL PROPERTY
HTIOSE REAL NAMES ARE UN-
CERTAIN
E ,Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
To: Nanc% Workman. George
Thomas Barbouur. Jr.. IF LIVING,
AND IF DECEASED, THEIR UN-
KNOWN SPOUSES; HEIRS, DE-
VISEES, GRANTED ES. CREDI-
TORS. AND ALL OTHER PARTIES
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UN-
' DER OR AGAINST THEM.
Last Known Residence 21351'
SE 701h Street. Morrision. Florida'
32668

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion to foreclose a Purchase
Money First Mortgage and Note
: on the following property in Levy
County, Florida:
: "'SEE ATTACHED LEGAL DE-
SCRIPTION"
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION
EXHIBIT"A"
Lot 10, Block 29, of OCALA
H-IIGHLANDS WEST, as per plat
thereof, recorded in Plat Book 4,
Pages 16, 16A through 16D, of
the Public Records of Levy
County, Florida.
END OF SCHEDULE A
/ INCLUDING the following Manu-


factured Home: 2001 General
Manufactured Augustine, 28 x 60,
Serial Numbers:
GMHGA6250001211A &
GMHGA6250001211B.
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to it on
Chad A. Dean, Plaintiff's attor-
ney, whose address is 118 W. Ad-
ams St., Suite 800, Jacksonville,
FL 32202, on or before 30 days
from the date of the first publica-
tion of this Notice, and file the
original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or immedi-'
ately thereafter, otherwise, a de-
fault will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the
complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal


of this Court
April 2005.


on the 21 day, of

Danny J. Shipp
Clerk of the Court
By: Gwen McElroy
As Deputy Clerk


(Court Seal)
Pub: April 28, May 5, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NO. 38-2005CA-0239
RUDOLPH DALLAS,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JAMES HAMMOND and LILLIE
HAMMOND, husband and wife, if
alive,, and if dead,, theirs respec-
tive unknown heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors, or other par-
ties claiming by, through, under
or against them individually,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: JAMES HAMMOND
Last known address
7025 W. Uni\ ersii Avenue
Apt 1403
Gainesville, Florida.32607
LILLIE HAMMOND
Last known address
7025 W. University Avenue
Apt 1403
Gainesville, Florida 32607
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion to Quiet Ttle as to the fol-
lowing described lands:
Those lands as described in Ex-.
hibt "A' attached hereto and made
a part he reof b% reference'
TAX PARCEL #04844-000-00
EXHIBIT "A"'-
Beginning at a stake in the Sec-
tion line 375 feet, East of the SW
corner of the SE 1/4 of Section
32, Township 12 South. Range 19
East; trenceI running North 210
feet; thence East 105 feet; thence
South 210 fcet to the South line of
the Section; thence run West 105
feet along the Section line to the
Point of Bqginning:; containing
1/2 acre of land fronting 10)5 feet
on the Section line, by 210 feet
North, the same being and a part
of the South, 1/2 of the .South"iest
1/4 of the SE 1/4 of Section 32,
Township 12 South, Range 19
East,, or DB 73 and Page 353,
Levy County, Florida.,
filed againr.i you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, on RONALD
W. STEVENS. Petitioner's attor-
nev, whose address is Post Office
Box 1444, Bronson, FL 32621,
on or before June 3, 2005, and file
the' original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or immedi-
ately thereafter; otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in: the
Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this Court on April 20,. 2005.
DANNY J. SHIPP
Clerk of Court
BY: Gwen McElroy
Persons with disabilities re-
questing reasonable accozimoda-
tions to participate in this pro-
ceeding should contact (352) 374-
'3639 (Voice & TDD)or via Flor-
ida Relay Service at (800) 955-
8771.
Pub: April 28, May 5, 12, 19,
2005


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Ocala Lion's
Club Mobile
Unit For
Eyesight And
Hearing
Screening
May 12

Williston AARP Chapter
#912 is sponsoring the
Ocala Lion's Club Mobile
Unit to perform screenings
f6r eyesight, glaucoma and
hearing. The Mobile Unit
will be located on NW Main
Street along Linear Park
from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
on May 12, 2005.
An appointment is neces-
sary and can be made by
calling Adelia Vachon at
528-5024 before May 10.
Persons in need of trans-
portation, can make ar-
rangements at that time as
there will be volunteer driv-
ers available. Approxi-
mately 50 persons will be
screened. A screening only
identifies if a problem exists
and those needing addi-
tional management will be
provided a list of available
services in the area.
There will be no charge to
the persons screened as this
service is covered by money
earned at out Annual
Spring Fest and Craft Show
in Linear Park on April 2
.and is our Chapter's way of
saying "thank, you" to
those who contributed to,
the success of our event.,
Please, share this infor-
mation with persons need-
ing our services.
AARP Chapter #912 is'
sponsoring this event in
connection with The Na-
tional Office of AARP des-
ignated National Day of
Service ,on May 12, 2005.
Each local chapter is ex-
pected' to,,, pOnsor a com-
munity servicess.
This year, 2005, marks
the 45 anniversary of
AARP local Chapter. AARP
was incorporated July 1,
1959 in Washington, D.C.
by Dr. Ethel Percy An-
drews, its first president.,
The first local chapter was
approved in 1960 ,in
Youngstown, Arizona. The
Williston Area AARP
Chapter #912 was incorpo-
rated in November, 1971.
Currently there are- nearly
4,000 local. chapters
throughout the United
States, Puerto Rico, the U.S.
Virgin Islands, and Guam.
Adelia Vachon
Chapter #912 President
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Yankeetown-,
Inglis
Republican

Club To Meet
May 17

The Yankeetown-Inglis
Republican Club will hold
its next meeting on Tues-
day, May 17, 2005, at 6:00
p.m., at the Yankeetown-
nglis Woman's Club, lo-
cated 56" Street, Yankee-
town. Our speaker will be
Jim McIntosh, owner of the
McIntosh Report Web site,
and his topic is "Having
Your Opinion and Saying
It, Too," focusing on ef-
fectively conveying your
opinion about issues to
elected officials.
The Club will be provid-
ing angel hair or regular
spaghetti wilh marinara
sauce for $1. Please bring a


The Seventeenth

Semi-Annual

Church Women's

Fellowship Day

Was Held May 3


By Miriam Blitch
On Tuesday, May 3rd, at
the Levy County Quilt
Museum, church women
from inani\ area. churches
held ; their semi-annual
fellowship luncheon.
Dot Halvorsen, of Old
Town Unfited Methodist
Church, welcomed every-
one. Ms. Winnelle Home
gathered e ery'body as she
S a\ a s does fot... the
friendship circle pra)r iand
blessing.
This. .annual.: luncheon
had a special guest as their-
speaker, Mrs. Cher\ le
Touchton. She is the
director and 'founder of
Pocket Full, of Change
Ministries. She speaks for
weekend retreats, Bible
studies, community\ groups
and business groups. She is
/also a church discipleship
director. Mrs. CherNle
explained to the ladies that
the Pocket Full of Change'
mission, is to facilitate a
change of heart that assists'
people,. fellowships and


Christian organizations to
more fully pursue and fulfill
the greatest commandment:
Love the Lord. your God
with all oNour heart and with
all your soul and with all
your strength and with all
your mind; and also to
love your neighbors as
yourself.

She spoke to the ladies
,of her journey s as she has
, iniisti'red ithlri:icUg4ho~i it,,thlie
United States. If \ou
would like more informa-
tion on Mrs. C her) le
.Touchton and the Pocket
Full of Change Ministries,
visit her \\ebsite at
;www.pocketftillofchange.
org.' .
The ladies who
attended the Church
Women's Fellowship
thanked Ms. Winnelle
Home and all those who'
helped prepare the' deli-
cious food. All who
attended enjo ed the fel-
lo\sh~ip and look forward,
to the next one..


Bronson Kiwanis To

Host Mother's Day

Breakfast May 7th


Membrnb r of the Ki aniss
Club in Bronsuin will be
treating mothers to break-
fast on Saturday, May 7 ', at
the Bionson' High School
Cafeteria between N:t.i0 and
10:00 a.m.
Special guest speaker will
be \ vocalist harpist Dora Ann


Gramley.; McmbnbiC i
Bronson High Schoo
Club will also be spe
about their mothers.
, Mothers will receive
breakfast' free.. The c
for all others is $4 pe
son. For -,more inform
contact q.W. Gilbert a
2 31. .


USDA Commodities

'To Be Distributed In

Levy County


There, will be a distribu-
tion of USDA Commodi-
ties in Levy County as
listed below:
' May 13, 2005, at the
Community Center, in
Inglis from 1 2 p.m.
May 14, 2005, at the,
Methodist Church, 707'
North Main Street,
Chiefland, from 10:00 a.m.
until 12:00 noon.
May 18, 2005, at the
Ag Building, Alt. 27
(across the road from the
Levy County Road De-
partment) in Bronson,


from 12:00 ,noon.
2:00 p.m.
May 18, 2005, a
Town Hall, in Otter:
from 2:30. p.m. until
p.m.
May 19, 2005, in'
ton at the Lions
building, from 1:00
until 3:00 p.m.
USDA is available
eligible recipients.
will be certification
able to those who hay
registered. If you
questions call 352
0839.


of thc
)I'Key
eaking


Ig


e their
Charge Bronson United Methodist
r per-
mation Church is sponsoring a one-
t 486- day Spring Mini-Retreaton
Saturday. May 14, 2005,
between 9:30 a.m. and 3:30
p.m. Lunch will be
provided.
The theme of the retreat
is effective communication
with God (through prayer)
and each other (focusing on
spousal communication).
There will be praise and
worship music as well as a
presentation titled "Over-
until coming Chronic lllness
until Barriers" by Slande

t the Celeste, MPH, CHES,
Creek Bronson, Health Promotion
3:00 6 Coordinator 'at the Levy
County Health Department.
Willis- There will be both a
Club men's and women's session
p.m. on spousal communication.
.. Facilitators for these ses-
to all sions will be announced as
There soon as confirmations are
avail- received.
ve not Guest speaker Esta Mae
have Bedenbaugh will present
-336- "Dial God Through Jesus'
Number". Bedenbaugh, of


Faith .Place at Otter
Springs presents 1'" Satur-
day Front Porch Music,
Saturday, May 7" 'begin-
ning at 7:00 p.m, This is a
non-dcnominational event
held the first 'Saturday of
each month, featuring down
home music, old-fashioned
fellowship and a covered
dish dinner. This month's
music features the Gospel


music of Southland Quar-
tet, Rob Langston ,and
Carol's Music Mihistry.
.To reach Otter Springs
from Hieghwa\ 26, turn
north on CR 232 ahd then
left on SW 7111 Street. The
entrance is one mile on the


right.
For
Trish
9340


, information, call
Keene at 352-463-
or 352-463-0700.


Lake City, has been the
director of the Lay Speaking
program for the United
Methodist Church's Gaines-
ville District for many
years.
Music will be. provided
,by James Sullivan of New
Heart Ministries, Bronson;
Judge David & Casey
Giant, High Springs; and
Elizabeth Phillips, Bronson.
Come and be blessed. There
is no charge for the retreat;
however, a love offering
.will be taken up to help
offset the cost of the lunch.
Participants may attend
any or all of the sessions. It
is requested that if you do
not plan to attend the entire
day's schedule that you
indicate it and whether or
not you will be there for
lunch on the registration
form.
To register, or for more
information or questions,
please contact coordinator
Elli Rarick at 486-4391 or
e-mail her at
jaye60aa@netscape. net.


Mrs. Chen le Touchton was the speaker for the e\ent.



Faith Place Presents .

Front Porch Music


Bronson United

Methodist Church

Spring Mini-Retreat

Focuses On

Effective
Co unication
CommunIication


This group of ladies attended the semi-annual Church Women's Fellowship lucheon.


MAY 5, 2005


Page Seven










MAY 5, 2005


Page Eight LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


NOTICE OF



DELINQUENT PERSONAL


PROPERTY TAXES

Notice of Delinquent Personal Property Taxes as provided

by Chapter 197, Florida Statutes, Notice is hereby given that

Personal Property Taxes assessed for the year 2004 are now

delinquent and are now drawing interest of 1 and 1/2 percent

per month until paid. Upon publication, the proportionate

cost of this notice has been added. Unless the amounts set

opposite each name below are paid, warrants will be issued

thereon and the Tax Collector will apply to the Circuit Court

for an order directing levy upon and seizure of the personal

property of the taxpayer for the unpaid taxes, interest and

additional costs. The names of personal property taxpayers

and the amount due including 2004 taxes, 3 percent interest

are .advertising costs are as follows: For weekly

updates-www.levytaxcollector.com.


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ANDREWS DENNIS E & ROBERTA A
P 0 BOX 282
CHIEFLAND,FL 32644

2 00-00-00 00050-005-90 630.51
BEASLEY TIRE COMPANY
BEASLEY HAROLD
P 0 BOX 980
INGLIS,FL 34449'

3 00-00-00 00050-018-80 622.60
DECEMBER'S RESTAURANT INC
DBA DECEMBER'S FINE DINING
C/O KILLION JEFFERY M
141 SOUTH HWY 19
.INGLIS,FL 34449

4 00-00-00 00050-025-25 468.45
EDWARDS SEPTIC TANKS
EDWARDS JAMES 0 JR
P 0 BOX 446
INGLIS,FL 34449

5 00-00-00 00050-027-10 51.37
FIN & FEATHER CAMPGROUND
FISH CAMP/BAR/TRAILER COURT
GREINER HERBERT R
10930 SE 201ST STREET
INGLIS,FL 32649

6 00-00-00 00050-031-60 81.72.
G H C FARMS INC
YOUNG PEGGY
9293 NE 144TH TERRACE
WILLISTON,FL 32696

7 00-00-00 00050-032-60 1,102.82
NAPA AUTO PARTS INC
CRITTENDEN THOMAS J
1523 N YOUNG BLVD
CHIEFLAND,FL 32626

8 00-00-00 00050-034-11 664.35
THOMAS OIL COMPANY
DBA STOP 'N GO CHIEFLAND
THOMAS L J, PRESIDENT
P 0 BOX 5006
GAINESVILLE,FL 32602

9 00-00-00 00050-040-50 28.40
HILPERTSHAUSER HARRY
C/O JUDY ROBINSON
RT28 BOX 540
LAKE CITY,FL 32025

10 00-00-00 00050-040-60 13,196.92
WILLISTON TIMBER CO INC -
HODGE EDDIE
4351 NE 176TH AVE
WILLISTON,FL 32696

11 .00-00-00 00050-040-70 370.04
WILLISTON WELDING CO INC
HODGE EDDIE
4 1 I i"'" in AVE
awiLLlt7,:a FL '32696



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P 0 BOX 1427
CHIEFLAND,FL 32644

14 00-00-00 00050-044-50 87.77
FARNAN ROBERT W & MARY J,
DBA INGLIS MOTEL
P 0 BOX 609
INGLIS,FL 34449


SUGAR LANDING I'C
DBA IZAAK WALTON LODGE
P 0 BOX 189
YANKEETOWNFL 34498
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MUNDEN JIMMY R LOGGING
P',O BOX 656
WILLISTON,FL ..- 32696


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MORAN KEN
P 0 BOX 796
INGLIS,FL 34449

18 00-00-00 00050-048-40 98.78
KEY APARTMENTS & MOTEL
CAMPBELL EDGAR & ROSA LEE,
P '0 BOX 159
CEDAR KEY,FL 32625


PHILLIPS HARRELL JR & MIKE
21850 SE 10TH STREET .
MORRISTON,FL 32,668


-PORT INGLIS RESTAURANT &
HARBOR LIGHTS LOUNGE
BJF INC (FARNAN ROBERT & MARY)
' P 0 BOX 858
INGLIS,FL 34449



ROYSTER T.-i T '" '
11717 SE' i PLACE
DUNNELLON,FL '34431



S G OUTDOOR' ,
STONA VINCENT
..119 WOODCREEK DRIVE, S.
SAFETY HARBOR,FL 34695
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STONA VINCENT '' '
119 WOODCREEK DRIVE, S. -.' '
SAFETY HARBOR,FL -34695,.' ':
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ANDERSON MATERIALS CO., INC."
P'O BOX 1829.
LAKE CITY,FL 32056



NICHOLS LOREN & CAROL
551 NE 200TH AVENUE 2
WILLISTONFL 3269.6

26 00-00-00 00050-082-32 15.33
THOMPSON ROBERT L JR
(HANDYMAN),
P 0 BOX 688
INGLIS,FL 34449

27 00-00-00 00050-083-70 84.96
TWIN PINES FARMS INC
KING JOE
P 0 BOX 89
WILLISTONiFL 32696 ,

28 00-00-00.00050-086-30 74.33
WATSON CLAYTON'V
4650 NW 155TH STREET
TRENTON,FL 32693

29 00-00-00 00050-089-10 939.49"
WHILDEN JOHN L JR
FARM & LAND CLEARING
S18851 SE 12TH LANE
WILLISTON,FL. 32696


WILKINSON JACK
7 951 NE HWY ALT 27
CHIEFLAND,FL 32626

31 0-000-00 00050-090-80 296.65
NELSONN MARKETS INC "
DBA HILLTOP FAMILY RESTAURANT
F NELSON DONALD +',
606 W NOBLE AVE
SWILLISTON,FL 32696
32 00-00-00 00050-090-90 683.71
NELSON MARKETS INC 'IN
DBA WILLIsTQN MOTOR INN .
F NELSON DONALD .
606 W NOBLE AVE
WILLISTON,FL 32696 '
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YANKEETOWN .'MARINA '
SOSTERLE RALPH E II CLARA R
P 0 BOX 1709
INGLI 8,FL 34449

I 34 0000-00 00060-093-83 351,95
SB & D LItUltY LAUNDRY INC "


BAKOS BILL
2024 LINDON RD
WINTER PARK FL 32792

35 00-00-00 00050-094-42 63.59
,SUWANNEE CABLE T V
MOORE CHARLES G
P 0 BOX 496
ASTOR, FL 32102

36 00-00-00 00050-094-64 206.39
SG ONLINE ENT. SYSTEMS INC
C/O CBIZ PROP TAX SOLUTIONS
PMB 401
820 S MACARTHUR, STE 105-401
COPPELL,TX 75019

37 00-00-00 00050-094-66 87..19
SG ONLINE ENT. SYSTEMS INC
C/O CBIZ PROP TAX SOLUTIONS
PMB 401
820 S MACARTHUR, STE 105-401
COPPELL,TX 75019

38 00-00-00 00050-094-67 186.63
SG ONLINE ENT, SYSTEMS INC
C/O CBIZ PROP TAX SOLUTIONS
PMB 401
820 S MACARTHUR, STE 105-401
COPPELL,TX 75019

39 00-00-00 00050-094-99 285.31
WILLISTON TIRE & AUTO CENTER
SUGGS WILLIAM ALAN
102 NE 6TH AVE
WILLISTON,FL 32696

40 00-00-00 00050-095-07 44.85
SG ONLINE ENT. SYSTEMS INC
SC/O CBIZ PROP TAX SOLUTIONS
PMB 401 .
820 S MACARTHUR, STE 105-401
COPPELL,TX 75019

41 00-00-00 00050-095-08 22.50
SG ONLINE ENT.- SYSTEMS INC
C/O CBIZ PROP TAX SOLUTIONS
PMB 401
820 S MACARTHUR, STE 105-401
COPPELL,TX 75019

42 00-00-00 00050-095-09 45.83
SG ONLINE ENT. SYSTEMS INC.
C/O CBIZ PROP TAX SOLUTIONS
PMB 401
820 .S MACARTHUR, STE 105-401
COPPELL,TX 75019 .

43 00-00-00 00050-095-15 31.09
ALEXANDER CHARLES A
DBA T & D CONCRETE
P 0 BOX 382
MORRISTON,FL 32668

.44 00-00-00 00050-095-16 161.14.
PD7FPT!TTT DETFGN INC
C', .:F' L. J I 'E. CF ACON
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P 0 BOX 532
CEDAR KEY,FL 32625






46' 0'0-'00-0 000500'96'-75" 27.'9
323 AUTO SALVAGE & REPAIRS INC
TYLER WILLIAM L &
AUSTIN VIRGINIA L
2870 NE 200 AVENUE
WILLISTON,FL 32696

47 00-00-00 00050-096-89 551.21
WILLISTON SKYDIVERS INC
2305 SW '9TH TERRACE
WILLISTON,FL 32696
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NANA' E L..T: C
HICKS rFL', GRANT DEBRA
P 0 BOX 193
BRONSON,FL 32621

49 00-00-00 00050-099-51 79.74
QUINDARA'S GIFTS INC -


INGLIS,FL 34,449

50 00-00-00 00050-099-55 169.18
F-'Lr.-T-TI.-1i3 CUSTOM CABINETS
S..: E & VALERIE
P 0 BOX 607
INGLIS,FL 34449


WILLIS MARINA, INC.
IDUS WILLIS
P 0 BOX 744 ,
CEDAR KEY,FL 32625

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P 0 BOX 205
BRONSON,FL '32621

55 00-00-00 00050-102-58 101.29
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WILLISTON,FL 32696

56 00-00-00 00050-103-14 65.92
J'S AUTOMOTIVE EQP REPAIRS.
FORTNER MILTON C
7150 SW 111 TERRACE.
CEDAR KEY,FL 32625'.

57 00-00-00 00050-103-85 62.01
JEFF & JAKE'S LAWN SERVICE
BRADHAM 'JEFF & JAKE
11590 SE 37TH LANE
MORRISTON,FL 32668

.. 58 00-00-00 00050-104-00 124.99
KIDS 'N COMPANY
MOXLEY DANA & S. '
357 NORTH MAIN STREET
WILLISTON,FL 32696

59 00-00-00 00050-105-15 294.44
RIVER OAKS CAR & BOAT WASH
VAUDREUIL DAVID
707 SW 19TH AVENUE
WILLISTON,FL 32696

60 00-00-00 00050-105-18 475.26
-RIVERLAND CAFE
KILLION JEFFREY
141 SOUTH HWY 19
INGLIS,FL 34449

61 00-00-00 00050-105-95 29.82
VICTORIAN HOTEL & TEA ROOM
WILLIAMS BESS E
P 0 DRAWER "Q"
WILLISTON,FL 32696

62 00-00-00 00050-106-13 17.91
WHITNEY ALLAN G. '
ACB A/C REPAIR SERVICE
4950 NE .185TH AVENUE
WILLISTON,FL 32696

63 00-00-00 00050-106-38 33.39
PESSO'S ANTIQUES/ .
JEWELRY & GIFT SHOP
PESSO REBECCA
541 WEST NOBLE AVENUE
WILLISTON, FL 32696

64 00-00-00 00050-106-39 27.47
PESSO'S FARM CENTER
PESSO MICHAEL
716 WEST NOBLE AVE
WILLISTON, FL ,32696

65 00-00-00 00Q50-106-42 199.55
COUNTRY OAKS OF CHIEFLAND
GREENBRIAR CORPORATION
311 NE 9TH STREET ,
CHIEFLAND,FL 32626

66 00-00-0, 00050-106-43 1,362.92
IANDREWS LAND & TIMBER INC
MILES D S KELBY ANDREWS ,


3i--' 1'TH COURT
'* ,-L i : ..'., ,-. 32696

. 77 00-00-00 00050-109-96
ALPHA DESIGNS INC
SANDLIN TODD E'
18751 NE 55TH STREET
WILLISTON,FL 32696
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PROMISE ACRES MOBILE HOME PARK
CAPARAOTTA ANTHONY
4101 DRYCREEK ROAD
ELKHORN,KY. 42733

79 00-00-00 00050-110-18
CANE-BRAKE DESIGNS
FREDERICKS F S
P 0 BOX 643
CEDAR KEY,FL 32625

80 00-00-00 00050-110-24
CHIEFLAND REALTY INC
BYRD MARY V., BROKER
5771 NW COUNTY ROAD 336
CHIEFLAND,FL 32626


GOGGIN WOODWORKING, ,ETC..
GOGGIN JOHN E JR
31 NW 4TH STREET
WILLISTON,FL 32696

82 00-00-GO, 00050-112-35
SHEAR DESIGNS BEAUTY SHOP
HARRIS CONNIE
608.NW 9TH CIRCLE
WILLISTON,FL 32696


WILLISTON GAS STATION Q,
HOYT GEORGE
.4'61 N MAIN ST
WILLISTON,FL 32696

84 00-00-00 00050-112-66
YELLOW DOOR COFFEEHOUSE
JUBITZ MOLLY E
P 0 BOX 76
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-FARM-
10350 NE 42ND STREET
BRONSON,FL 32621

87 00-00-00 00050-113-67
DITULLIO PAINT & BODY SHOP
DITULLIO JOHN
1r 49 5- F1?FIT AVENUE
'i i.':.|i, r, L 32693
88 00-0-0 =000 .13-


88 00-00-00 00050-113-69
PARKER,TRUCK & TIRE INC
PARKER .ROBERT. A & TONYA
:P 0 BOX 1025
BRONSONFL 32621

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14890 SE 63RD LANE '
MORRISTON,FL 32668

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FANT SAMUEL
-FARM-
2751 SE 207TH COURT
MORRISTON,FL 32668

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LEVER THOMAS
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BOYD STEVEN
DB(HANDYMAN) RANCH
5124751 NE 124YH TERRACE
WIRCHERLLISTON, FL 329618

FLY-N-INN INC
OGEN DANIEL AND HAULING
GEN CONR STEEL ERECTORSCOURT
P O0 BOX-989
INGLIS,FL 34449

101 00-00-00 00050-115-51
GENTRY GEORGE H
BA GENTRY RANCHCOMPANY
12471 NE 113TH TERRACE
ARCHER, FL 32618

100 00-00-00 00050-115-95
MCCAIN GILBERT
LAND CLEARING AND HAULING
7390' NE 90TH COURT
BRONSON,FL ,2621

101 00-00-00 00050-115-923
MULLONS rGGING'TUTI. COMPANY
MULLINS i'ti,:lL.ta.
1431 NE 120TH AVENUE
WILAISTON,FL : 32696

102 00-00-00 00050-116-07
PICK-A-FLICK VIDEO
RODRIGUE PATRICIA AN RESTAU KRISTAL
P N BOX 1624
BRONSON,FL 32621

103 00-00-00 00050-117-23
ASBELL LOGGING COMPANY
.P 0 BOX 92
CHIEFLAND,FL, 32644

104 00-00-00 00050-i17-78
POP'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT
NELSON MARKETS'INC
NELSON DONALD T, PRES.
606 .WEST NOBLE AVENUE
WILLISTON,FL' 32696

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ENVIROPEST INC
PASTOR GERARD N
5350 NE 162ND CT



tfrCrL'5 OtINCING
BECK KEVIN
6750 NW 60TH AVENUE


117 SOUTH MAIN STREET
P 0 BOX 2118
CHIEFLAND,FL 32644

67 00-00-00 00050-107-44 1,327.18
EH, INC, A GEORGIA CORPORATION
DBA HUDDLE HOUSE #297
P 0 BOX 1796
BRUNSWICK,GA 31521

68 00-00-00 00050-107-52 467.72
HALCYON HAMMOCK FARMS INC
SEARCH DIANE H.
P 0 BOX 9

BRONSON,FL 32621
69 00-00-00 00050-107-68 99.36
SMITH HARRIET CLAMS
COMM HARD CLAM CULTURE OP.
P 0 BOX 284
CEDAR KEY,FL 32625

70 00-00-00 00050-107-80 155.91
THOMPSON L D
4490 NE 160TH AVENUE
WILLISTON,FL 32696

71 00-00-00 00050-107-84 2,406.88
WALKER FRANCIS
(FARM)
P 0 BOX 454
TRENTON,FL 32693

72 00-00-00 00050-108-12 531.16
CHIEFLAND HEALTH & FITNESS LLC

BEAUCHAMP R & SMITH T
P 0 BOX 1777
CHIEFLAND,FL 32644

73 00-00-00 00050-108-34 53.11
ALLEN DAVID CONSTRUCTION &
ALUMINUM SPECIALIST
1402 NW 13TH STREET
CHIEFLAND,FL 32626

74 00-00-00 00050-108-90 81.12
MOTT WILLIAM J, DO 0
(THE FAMILY/COUNTRY DOCTOR)
P 0 BOX 2497
CHIEFLAND,FL 32644

75 00-00-00 00050-109-31 53.1.6
ROBERTS LARRY
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SEEDING 6 FERTILIZING
P 0 BOX 263
WILLISTON,FL 32696

76 00-00-00 00050-109-54 62.01
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CRYSTAL'RIVER,FL 34423

42.74 118 00-00-00 00050-123-23
WEST COAST AUTO.SERVICE
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CEDAR KEY, FL 32625

27.73 119 00-00-00 00050-123-37
LESPERANCE SANDBLASTING
LESPERANCE JAMES U
841 HIGHWAY '40 EAST
INGLIS,FL 34449

32.94 120 00-00-00 00050-123-75
LYSA'S GOLDEN GIFTS/FLORIST
JOHNSON LYSA
615 EK NOBLE AVENUE
WILLISTON,FL 32696

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12091 SE 30TH ST
'MORRISTON,FL 32668

36.96 122 00-00-00 00050-124-22
TWO BY TWO PRESCHOOL
S- HOGATE SUE.
105 NEST AVENUE
WILLIS'TON,FL 32696

123 00-00-00 00050-124-24
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MORRISTON,FL 32668

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1..78 CEDAR KEYFL 32625


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4651 SE 212TH COURT
715.87 MORRISTON,FL 32668
143 00-00-00 00050-128-27

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1,507.47 P 0 BOX 341
WILLISTON,FL 326968

143 00-00-00 00050-128-3827
BATTL E TROCALL INC




163.19 C/O ERNST 6 YOUNG LLP
BATTN: TAX DEPARTMENT
1,507.47. P 0 BOX 22372341




DALLAS,TX 75222

145 00-00-00 00050-128-43

15.33 DBA/GREENWAYKPROPANE

15351 NE HWY 27A
WILLISTON,'FL 32696.

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.METROCALL UPHOLSTERY
SCRAWORD PATRICIA

:IlL'ri.S'iL'. L 32644


CHIEFLAND,FL 32626

107 00-00-00 00050-119-12
CYPRESS RIDGE CUSTOM FENCING
PLANK DARRELL & DANA
6550 NW 60TH AVENUE
CHIEFLAND,FL 32626

108 00-00-00 00050-119-70
SUDS CARWASH & THE OIL CONNECT
DBA THE OIL CONNECTION
HAUSMAN/GOLDBERG/BARASCH
12050 NW 60TH AVENUE
CHIEFLAND,FL 32626

109 00-00-00 00050-120-31
OLD FENIMORE MILL CONDO 1-C
TROY GREGORY C & KATHLEEN
4330 SW 83RD WAY
GAINESVILLE, FL 32608

110-00-00-00 00050-120-37
OLD FENIMORE MILL CONDO 6-C
RYAN C E & JENKINS J E
S4021 NE 26TH AVE
LIGHTHOUSE POINT,FL
33064

111 00-00-00 00050-120-41
BUY 'N SAVE (IGA)
MOXLEY JOHN S
P 0 NBOX 1568
BRONSON,FL 32621

112 00-00-00 00050-120-71
CARNEGIES-MOMUMENT SALES & SVC
CARNEGIE CARL J
P 0 BOX 787
WILLISTON,FL 32696

113 00-00-00 00050-121-12
LARKINS DOUGLAS W & CYNTHIA M
LARKINS DOUGLAS W & CYNTHIA M
4551 NE 160TH AVENUE
WILLISTON,FL 32696.

114, 00-00-00 00050-122-28
GATOR WORKS COMPUTING
MAYNARD WALLACE
PO BOX 1517
CHIEFLAND,FL 32644

115 00-00-00 00050-122-37
HATHCOX PLASTERING '
HATHCOX GEORGE
8'3M NW 13nTH STREET
L' 'Hi-L '-L 32626 '

'116 00-00-00 00050-122-41
HUTSON JOHN E
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P O BOX 2222
CHIEFLAND,FL 32644

53.64' 182 00-00-00 00050-211-86 23.30
CRACKERGIRL.COM
BRAVO CLAUDIA
P 0 BOX 548
ARCHER, FL 32618

183 00-00-00 00050-211-90 23.95
103.25' CLAYTON BARRY
(INSURANCE SALES)
P 0 BOX 431
CEDAR KEY,FL 32625

184 00-00-00 00050-212-83 47.92
MELLO DALE M & MICHELLE L
4,209.77 (HORSE BREEDING & TRAINING)
P 0 BOX 533
MORRISTON,FL 32668

185 00-00-00 00050-212-84 22,790.24
ANDERSON COLUMBIA CO., INC.
ATTN: SCHREIBgR BRIAN
47.06 P 0 BOX 1829
LAKE CITY,FL 32056


SLUMLORD RENTAL PROPERTIES


147 00-00-00 00050-128-45 47.06 1
GULF COAST AUTO SALES
61.40 MERCER RICKY
11743 KAY COURT
SEMINOLE,FL 33778

148 00-00-00 00050-128-57 24.67
HARVEY'S TAXIDERMY
2,428.77 HARVEY DAVID/LAMAR
P 0 BOX 371
INGLIS,FL 34449

149 00-00-00 00050-128-72 52.17
ARRINGTON AQUATICS
ARRINGTON THOMAS G
136.24 6550 NW 180TH STREET
TRENTON,FL 32693

150 00-00-00 00050-128-99 54.67
K & D REPTILES & EXOTIC PETS
GWINN CATHARYNE
136.24 PO BOX 1106
INGLIS,FL 34449

151 00-00-00 00050-129-01 332.47
PLANET RECESS CHILD CARE CNTR
CYR JACQUELINE
P 0 BOX 1449
1,638.33 BRONSON,FL 32621-

152 00-00-00 00050-129-08 587.03
PARKER INDUSTRIES
PARKER ROBERT "TONY"& TONYA
P 0 BOX 1025
15.99 BRONSON,FL 32621

153 00-00-00 00050-129-09 192.70
SANDLIN TODD E & JOANN S
SATULAH RIDGE FARMS
18751 NE 55TH STREET
48.88 WILLISTON,FL 32696

154 02-00-00 00050-129-45 53.64.
A & S CONVENIENCE STORE, INC.
ASHRAF A ISMIEL
520 NW 55TH AVE
190.68 OCALA,FL 34482

155 00-00-00 00050-129-49 128.10
ANDOVER END ANTIQUES & JEWELRY
ARBOO SANDRA
P 0 BOX 598 8
16.62 WILLISTON,FL 32696

156 00-00-00 00050-129-61 67.03
BRONSON PARCEL SERVICE
ROBERTSON ROBERT
P 0 BOX 97
375.37 BRONSON,FL 32621
157 00-00-00 00050-129-66 34.27
CHIEFLAND R V PARK
BISHOP JESSE E & MARY J
........... Po'BOX 1163
4" -, CHIEFLAND,.FL 32644

158 00-00-00 00050-129-95 208.42
FLORIDA OXYGEN & HOME
MEDICAL EQUIPMENT, INC
ATTN: MORRIS STANTON Y.
34.22 P 0 BOX 1537
CHIEFLAND,FL 32644'

BRADLEY TONY
(HANDYMAN) ,
286.17 220 ME 1ST STREET
WILLISTON,FL 32696

160 00-00-00 00050-130-04 125.11
GILLMAN BUILDERS
GILLMAN JAMES S.
98.73 620 NE 10TH BLVD
WILLISTON;.FL 32696

161 00-00-00 00050-130-22 148.96
LIBERTY AMBULANCE SERVICE
'TIMMER JIM
27.62 217 S MAIN STREET
WILLISTON, FL 32696

162 00-00-00 00050-130-56 53.11
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CONSIGNMENT BOUTIQUE
160.15 LORD KAREN ARRINGTON
7239 SW 72ND CT
TRENTON,FL 32693

163 00-00-00 00050-130-74 125.11
GREEN THUMB LAWN CARE
32.33 COLSONDWAYNE E
6531 NW 82ND COURT 3
CHIEFLAND,FL 32626

164 00-00-00 00050-131-27 53.23
SG ONLINE ENT. SYSTEMS, INC
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DBA RENT-A-MOM
1618 NW 11TH RD'
35.42 GAINESVILLE,FL i 32605


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BOREE GREGORY
2650 NE.COUNTY ROAD 343 .
:13.64 BRONSON,FL 32621

168 00-00-00 00050-132-65 i16.86
STEVENS SEAFOOD
P 0 BOX 481
CEDAR KEY,FL '32625
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586.62 CHIEFLAND,FL 32626

170, 00-00-00 00050-210-04 29.88
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15.33 CEDAR KEY,FL 32625

171 00-00-00 00050-210-05 60.50:
BRONSON SPORT SHOP
ROBERTSON ROBERT L &
LUBOLD JOANNE M
98.47 P 0 BOX "97
BRONSON,FL 32621


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25.42 .RAMIREZ CARLOS & TINA
12650 NW HIGHWAY'198
A CHIEFLAND,FL 32626.


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MYERS GLEN '
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CHIEFLAND,FL 32644

178 0000-70 0050-211-24' 63.35
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MILLS SHARON ,
45 N MAIN STREET '
,WILLISTON,FL 32696

179 00-00-00 00050-211-61 164.69.
1,053.45 COLLINS SCOTT D & LAWS LINDA S
DBA ACUARELA PASE FINOS
10251 JSE 138TH TERRACE
DUNNELLON,FL .34431

500.18 180 00-00-00 00050-211-72 467.31
CEDAR SHOALS INC.
REYNOLDS CHRIS
12602 STATE RD 24
CEDAR KEY,FL 32625

] I', *t 181 00-00-00 00050-211-75 460.75
DONNA'S AFTERTHOUGHTS
SACHE DONNA


7151 NW 35TH STREET
CHIEFLAND,FL .32626

222 00-00-00 00050-313-59 14,356.18
ROSEBUD WOOD FIBER OF FL LLC
ATTN: ANTONOPLOS MICHELE
569 N. CLOVERDALE ROAD .
BOISE,ID 83713

-^^ 00-00-00 00050-313-61 136.83
T i F.ar .LEASING INC
ATTN: TAX DEPARTMENT
408-B RIVERVIEW DRIVE
SHELBYVILLE,TN 37160

224 00-00-00 00050-313-66 ., 106.12
TENNCO LEASING INC '

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SIEG KARL
P 0 BOX 478

INGLIS,FL 34449

187 00-00-00 00050-213-23 223.07
OLD FENIMORE MILL CONDO 8-F
JAMES LEWIS SAMUEL III & GAIL
C/O GULF COAST REALTY OF
45 EAST 1ST STREET
ST GEORGE ISLAND, FL
32328

188 00-00-00 00056-213-28 223.07
OLD FENIMORE MILL CONDO 9-E
BEVERIDGE SALLY L
12830 JERNIGAN AVE
CEDAR KEY,FL 32625

189 00-00-00 00050-213-49 22.45
DAVIDUK ERIC J
COMM HARD CLAM CULTURE OP.
388 WINONA LKS.
EAST STROUDSBURG,PA
18301

190 00-00-00 00050-213-67 98.35
HILLIARD'S WELL DRILLING
HILLARD RAY D.
P 0 BOX 6
CHIEFLAND,FL 32644

191 00-00-00, 00050-213-69 29.76
OSTEEN SKIRTING
OSTEEN JAMES D
14491 NW 66TH AVENUE
CHIEFLAND,FL 32626

192 00-00-00 00050-213-74 17.78
HIERS WOOD PRODUCTS
(OUTDOOR FURNITURE MFG)
HIERS CLINTON M
11151 NW 10TH AVENUE
CHIEFLAND,FL 32626

193 00-00-00 00050-213-85 29.88
CAMPBELL ROSA LEE
COMM HARD CLAM CULTURE OP
P OBOX 159
CEDAR KEY,FL 32625

194 00-00-00 00050-213-87 86.32
MARTIN CLAMS
MARTIN ThOMAS, MARTHA & JOSH
P O BOX 752
CEDAR KEY,FL 32625

195 00-00-00 00050-213-88 75.45
MCCUMBERS MELANIE
COMM HARD CLAM CULTURE OP
1010 HIDDEN AVENUE
CEDAR KEY,FL 32625

196 00-00-00 00050-213-91 81.98
TUCK SEAFOOD ,
COMM HARD CLAM CULTURE OP *
ATTN: TUCK KATHLEEN
12250 SW 166TH COURT
CEDAR KEY,FL 32625

197 00-00-00 00050-213-92 51.58
WEBSTER MARK .
COMM HARD CLAM CULTURE OP

P 0 BOX 171
CEDAR KEY,FL 32625

198 00-00-00 00050-214-04 1,329.04
LAMB JEFF\GRADING INC
LAMB JEFFERSON S
P 0 BOX 400
MORRISTON,FL 32668

199 000-00 00050-310-05 402.69
STEVENS LINDA
DBA LOU'S DELI & BAKERY.
PO BOX 1753
BRONSON,FL 32621

200 00-00-00 00050-310-11 15.24
B & J OUTFITTERS
GILES BRADY
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201 00-00-00 00050-310-12 194.44
COARSEY FIBERGLASS UNLIMITED ,
COURSE ROBERT : :
510 SE 4TH COURT
CHIEFLAND,FL 32626

202 00-00-00 00050-310-14 20.77
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1409i E. LEVY ST
SWILLISTON, FL 32696

210 00-00-00 00050-311-26 190.42
DYNAMIC HEATING & AIR, INC.
'NIEVES RICK AND CODDING BRYAN
5551 SE 122 ND AVE
MORRISTON,FL 32668


211 00-00-00 00050-311-35 17.91
JOB .SYSTEMS, INC.
HARRIS GLENN
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212 00-00-00 00050-311-56 220.06
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CEDAR KEY,FL 32625

217 00-00-00 00050-313-32 172.64
MARY'S LITTLE T '
WRIGHT MARY C .
8911 NW 125TH ST .3
CHIEFLAND,FL 32626

218. 00-00-00 00050-313-41 18.86
TUCKER BRACK
STAR COMPUTERS II
14131 NW 72ND TER
TRENTON,FL 32693

219 00-00-00 00050-313-47 40.11
BRACEY JOHN T., SR.
COLLECTABLE/GADGET/GUN REPAIR
28 MAGNOLIA AVENUE
YANKEETOWN, FL 34498

220 00-00-00 00050-313-52 405.72
WALKER ROBERT
DBA FOSS FOAM PRODUCTS/FL INC
7060.NE HIGHWAY 41
WILLISTON,FL 32696

221 00-00-00 00050-313-58 133.01
ANDREWS FENCING
ANDREWS ALAN J.







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2'27 00-0000 00050-410-12
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MAS JAT1E
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CHIEFLAND,FL 32644
228 00-00-00 00050-410-17
MINIATURES THE
(LOUNGE/PACKAGE STORE)
RUTLEDGE WILLIAM
17751 NW HIGHWAY 19


229 00-00-00 00050 410-16
MOVIE TOWN VIDEOS
SCHULTZ DUANE
P 0 BOX 2883
CHIEFLAND,FL 32644
230 00-00-00 00050-410123
BUGGY BATH CARWASH
LEAVITT STANLEY & MARCIA
HC 2, BOX 72-1
OLD TOWN,FL 32680
231 00-00-00 00050-410-27
K C PIZZA
FARNAN ROBERT & MARY JO
P 0 BOX 609
INGLIS, FL 34449
.232 00-00-00 00050-410-30
TUTSON IRRIGATION & LAWN MAIN
TUTSON BARRY
P 0 BOX 184
CHIEFLAND,FL 32644
233 00-00-00 00050-410-36
INGLIS ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLE
MCCOWN MARIE
45 N. INGLIS AVENUE
INGLIS,FL 34449
234 00-00-00 00050-410-43
R & W SEAFOOD
RAINS JOE & ELAINE
PO BOX 603
CEDAR KEY, FL 32625
235 00-00-00 00050-410-45
LAMB HAROLD PAINTING SERVICE
PAINTING & PRESSURE WASHING
P 0 BOX 1908 I P
CHIEFLAND,FL 32644
236 00-00-00 00050-410-51
CEDAR KEY FLOORING & MORE
BOIVIN RICHARD
7650 SW 123TH TERRACE
CEDAR KEY,FL 32625
237 00-00-00 00050-410-68
MICKEY'S TOWING & AUTO REPAIR
LAY, MIKE
186 NEELD STREET
INGLIS,FL 34449
238 00-00-00 00050-410-73
CHIEFLAND AUTO MACHINE SHOP
GOOLSBY DONALD
PO BOX 25
CHIEFLAND,FL 32644
239 00-00-00 00050-410-75
DOGS & SUDS PET GROOMING
MASTERS SONIA
PO BOX 2625
CHIEFLANG,FL 32644
2410 00-00-00 00050-410-78
B B REALTY
WHITELY HAZELTON
Po BOX 1246
CHIEFLA FL 32644
211 00-00-00 00050-410-88
ROSL, COTTAGE AFECATERING
sIO STEPRHAIE
22 BE. PARK AVENUE
CHEI AN,FI. 32626
241 00-00-00 00050-410-90
SIMCSS MOBI=E REPAIR SERVICE
SI.MOS WINSTON
1208 NW I8TH AVENUE
CBIEFLAND, FL 32626
243 00-00-00 00050-410-97,
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PALONE EVE
340 HE 1ST AVE
WILLISTONFL, 32696
244 00-00-,0 00,50,411 '3
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GLEESON ARBARA
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PLANT CITY,F9. 32563

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RYALLS JACQUELINE -
-131 NE 2ND -STREET"
WI.i'STC' FL -32'696
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DBA DONE RIGHT PAINTING
12160 NE 106TH COURT ,
ARCHER, FL 32618
247 00-00-00 00050-411-60
JOHN HILLMAN'S CONSIGNMENT SHN
THOMbAN MARSHALL
17551 HWY 19
FANNING SPRINGS,FL 32693
248 00-00-00 00050-411-73
GEMS AUTO
SANDERLIN JACQUELINE
15851 N HWY 19
CHIEFLAND,FL 32626
249 00-00-00 00050-411-79
MILLS JERRY JR.
HAY FARMER
19551 SE 47TH PL
MORRISTON,FL 32668
250 00-00-00 00050-411-84
KC ESQUIRE SERVICES. ,
DBA SERVI ENVIOUS
CASSAR KARIHNA
12650 NW HWY 19, STE 5
CHIEFLAND,FL 32626
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COMMERCIAL RiEMODEUING OF FLA
NASCA MICHAEL A.
PO BOX 2930
.CHIEFLAND,FL / 32644
252 00-00-00 00050-412-24
CAWLEY ROY E. JR & BARBARA. H
FARRM
21081 1EI 2ND PL
WILLISTON,FL ,32696
253 00-00-00 00050-412-75
VILLAGE PET GROOMING 6
BOUTIQUE
HUTCHINS MARK
,44 EAST NOBLE AVE
WILLISTON,FL 32696

PRECISION HARDSCAPE DESIGN IN
FREEMAN JIMMY
14371 HE HWY 27A
WILLISTOM,FL 3296 ,
255 00-00-00 00050-413-25
OLD :nl:",PB! :',iLL CONDO UN 5-
CEDA." F[ F-':, ASSOC, LLP
15006 MATUREWALK DR
.TAM4PA,FL 33624
256 00-00-00 00050-413-33
CHEP USA
C/O PROPERTY TAX
8517 SOUTH PARK CIRCLE, 9400
ORLANDO, FL 32819
257 00-00-00 00050-413-70
THE BAYER'S LAIR
C/o BAYER BERYL
11751 SE 16TH LN
MORRISTON, FL 32668
258 00-00-00 00050-413-73
MILLER'S CHILD CARE CENTER
C/O JESSIE MILLER
4010 HE 205TH AVE
WILI STON,FL 32696
259 00-00-00 00050-413-75
BROWN PELICAN REST/LEASED EQ.
MCJORDAN WALTON
PO BOX 688
CEDAR KEYFL 32625




TOTAL PARCELS


83709 North

Florida

17 Livestock

313.93 Market

Report


2,696.25 Receipts at the North
Florida Livestock Market
in Bartow on Wednesday,
April 27, 2005 were: this
4,456.12 week 567, last week 466
and last year 826. Trends:
Slaughter cows and bulls
46.15 were steady, feeder steers
and heifers were steady to
firm. Supply was light,
17.78 demand was moderate.
Feeder steers and heifers
under 600 pounds 57 per-
42.50 cent (30 percent steers, 27
S percent heifers), over 600
pounds 2 percent,
114.55 slaughter cows and bulls
27 percent, replacement


cows 14 percent.
3190 Slaughter Cows Boner
80-85 percent: 829-895
(862) 53.50-58.00
(55.41); 902-1087 (999)
53.5s 54.00-59.00 (56.61); 913-
1098 (998) 60.00-65.00
(62.09) high dressing;
55.89 1107-1229 (1152) 55.00-
59.50 (57.80); 1164-1188
(1176) 59.50-60.00
94.90 (59.75) high dressing;
1322-1788 (1525) 54.00-
59.00 (57.17) Holstein.
Slaughter Cows Lean
17.78 85-90 percent: 732-879
(792) 46.00-52.00
(49.31); 935-944 (941)
194.44 48.00-52.50 (50.51).
Slaughter Bulls Y.G. 1:
1192-1462 (1387) 64.00-
288.67 66.00 (64.74); 1286-1397
(1342) 56.00-62.50
(59.38) low dressing;
17787 1619-1655 (1637) 63.50-
64.50 (64.01); 2005
(2005) 69.50 (69.50) high
65.5Edressing.
S, Feeder Steers and Bulls
Medium and Large 1-2:
150-163 (151) 180.00-
W.99 220.00 (200.00); 20,8-248
(225) 180.00-190.00
(184.79); 267-299 (285)
1 157.50-165.00 (159.84);
303-326 (312) 150.00-,'
-- -- loSa.O -I-16i 82-); 3-51-. --
(369) 143.00-157.50
(149.08); 400-449 (425)
134.00-150.00 (141.16);
47,06 452-482 (466) 123,00-
130.00 (127.41); 560-578
(569) 107.50-112.00
38.04 (109.71).
Feeder Steers and Bulls
Medium and Large 2-3:
4,84. 08 200-232 (221) 165.00-
170.00 (168.49); 260-284
(269) 140.00-155.00
21.56 (147.02); 314-346 (330)
127.50-150.00 (139.71);
351-399 (384) 127.50-
142.50 (133,42); 405-445
:5,. (425) 116.00-132.50
(124.82); 452-485 (470)'
110.00-124.00 (115.98).
472.75 Feder Steers and Bulls
Small 1-2: 256-293 (273)
112.50-140.00 (123.78);
17.91 408-433 (422) 95.00-
115.00 (105.36).
Feeder Heifers Medium
and Large 1-2: 150-168
... (162) 180.00-240.00
c (203.39); 205-242 (224)
155.00-180.00 (164.94);
136.24 252-263 (258) 157.50-
- 1f60.00 (158,78); 303-343
(324) 130.00-140.00
00. (136.31); 359-398 (383)
136.00-140.00 (137.85);
409-442 (433) 1.22.00-
137.50 (129.67); 451-496
90.02 (473) 116.00-130.00
(122.12); 505-528 (516)
115.00-117.50 (116.28);
196.56 605-646 (619) 88.00-
99.00 (92.25).
Feeder Heifers Mediumi
256g2 and Large 2-3: 230-248
(239) 152.50-160.00
(156.39); 263-299 (282)
130.00-145.00 (138.00);
311-348 (329) 120.00-
130.00 (126.44); 351-399
(375) 110.00-121.00
S259 (115.85); 404-425 (411)


[Cmeo- beinsuanc Agncy


Low Rates Easy Terms
Personal & Commercial Auto Insurance
Home Life *Commercial
Rapid Tax Returns
"Guaranteed Lowest Down Payment"


Land Transactions


(1176) 60.00-80.00 (66.39)
4-6 months bred; 1108-1251
(1167) 61.00-71.00 (66.12)
7-9 months bred.
Cow-Calf Pairs Medium
and Large 1-2 Young: 862-
899 (880) 650.00-835.00
(744.44); 905-1007 (966)
695.00-1110.00 (915.65).


Levy Land

Transactions

DEEDS RECORDED
3/21/05 4/1/05
WD, $35,000.00,
BDYNWI/4NEI/41-12-14, ETC
Buyer: SCULKY ROBERT I
Seller: SHEPPARD DERWOOD
C
TMBR D, $55,000.00, MEMO
TIMBER DEED,
Buyer: GEORGIA PACIFIC
CORPORATION
Seller: SWILLEY DAVID N
WD, $145,900.00, L7(19)
MAP OF WILLISTON
Buyer: DOWNS HARRIETT E
Seller: SOUTHERN TIMBER
COMPANY
TMBR D, $166,235.00.
MEMO TIMBER DEED, BDY
SEI/4 SW1/4 14-12-14, ETC
Buyer: GEORGIA PACIFIC
CORPORATION
Seller: WEBSTER KAREN L
Seller: LONG JEWELL G
Seller: PENDARVIS PATTIE S
WD, $3,000.00, L20 MIKELL
SD, BDY 4-14-18
Buyer: HOLMES BETTY A
Buyer: HOLMES JAMES W
Seller: WHITE MELONIE
Seller: WHITE DANIEL J
QCD, $29,128.57 L6(36)
WILLISTON HGH #14
Buyer: MUNDEN JEANETTE
Seller: MUNDEN LEE
WD, $10.00, L3
DRUMMOND PL \ f, BDY 1-12-
14, ETC, SEE IMAGE, RE:00-
CA-766
Buyer: FIRST NATIONAL
ACCEPTANCE COMPANY
Seller: BROOKENS
ANASTASIA
Seller: BROOKENS DAVID
TMBR D, $87,311.00, MEMO
TIMBER DEED, BDY S1/2 N112-
26-11-15
Buyer: GEORGIA PACIFIC
CORPOR.-\TION N
Seller: TILLIS NM \Rll YN ANN
Seller: TILLIS MELBA H
Seller: FRAZIER EDNA GAIL
TILLIS
Seller: ALEXANDER
JAQUELINE E TILLIS
WD, $40.L ) m00. L3(12)
CHIEFLAND COi.N TRY

Buyer: BOWDOIN JOHN
MICHAEL
Seller: VAN TASSEL JEAN C
WD, $7,995.00, L4(59)
WILLISTON HGH G&CC
ESTATES
..Buyer: FONSECAJOSE J
C,'ULL ZOU
Seller DE RODRIGUEZ
MYRIAM \.VLQUFZ
Seller: RODRIGUEZ
ARMANDU)
WD, $127,00J 1 L25(93)
\\11 I SONHGH G&CC
ESTATES
Buyer: VAZQUEZ RU'- 1, M
Buyer: RAMOS JOSE R
Seller: DE RODRIGUEZ
MYRIAM VAZQUEZ
Seller: RODRIGUEZ,
ARM.\NDO
AD, $45 .11 n 1i. L4 KINGO
HILL
Buyer: KNiGH'I JODY
Buyer: YAWN DON-N \
Buyer; YAWN DONNA B
S-ller. DAILEY LAUREN J
Seller DAILEY ROBERT L
1\ D, $4,000.00, BDY SE1/4
NW1/4 19-11-17
Buyer: DOCPPI FRDAVE INC
Seller: ALI.XN.-\DEFR STELLA
M DECEASED
Seller: AI.EX \NDER JAMES R
WD. $4.500 ti.i. L152
UNIVERSITY ES I \TES, BDY
9-12-17
Buyer: DOPPLERDAVE INC
,Seller: SUMMER ENTERPRISES
INC
Seller: B LI LI. D<. ) WRECKING
COMPANY
WD, $13,500.00, LI57-
158,189-190, 272, 440
UNIVERSITY ESTATES, BDY
9,12-12-17
Buyer: DOPPLERDAVE INC
Seller: HAGIN T RICHARD
.TRIISII T
Seller: LEVY LAND TRU ST #1
CD, $10.00, L73 ROLLING
ACRES', BDY 27-12-17, ETC
Buyer: LEBLOND SHIIARON R
Buyer: LEBLOND RICHARD J


102.00-120.00 (108.66);
478-498 (493) 101.00-
114.00 (111.36).
Feeder Heifers Small 1-2:
231-245 (238) 115.00.-
140.00 (127.87).
Bred Cows Medium and
Large 1-2 Young: 710-881
(831) 60.00-100.00 (77.08)
4-6 months bred; 788-815
(802) 77.50-86.00 (81.68)
7-9 months bred; 905-1082
(1001) 58.00-85.00 (68.91)
4-6 months bred; 927-1090
(982) 68.00-95.00 (78.96)
7-9 months bred; 1127-1274


12-18, ETC, SEE IMAGE
Buyer: BARON DIANA L
Buyer: BARON PETER A
Seller: AMERICAN LAND
PARTNERS INC
Seller: FL LAND PARTNERS
LLC
' llI NATIONAL LAND
PARTNERS LLC
WD, $299,900.00, L20
11 \lI'I-UN F \RMS.BDY 16-
12-18, ETC, SEE IMAGE


Seller: COHEN DORIS MOSS
ESTATE
Seller: MOSS HOWARD
CD, $10.00, L73 ROLLING
ACRES. BDY 27-12-17, ETC
Buyer: LEBLOND SHARON R
Buyer: LEBLOND RICHARD J
Seller: COHEN DORIS MOSS
DECEASED
Seller: MOSS MARK
CD, $10.00, L73 ROLLING
ACRES, BDY 27-12-17, ETC
Buyer: LEBLOND RICHARD J
Buyer: LEBLOND SHARON R
Seller: MONTAGNARI JUDITH
Seller: MONTAGNARI ALFRED
JR
WD, $10.00, L9-10(10)
GREEN HGH PARK
Buyer: HORVATH
CHRISTOPHER ROBERT
Buyer: HORVATH LOUIS
STEPHEN
Seller: HORVATH PEARL
MARIA
WD, $14,000.00, L45-46(2)
CORRECTIVE PLAT OAK
FOREST ESTATES
Buyer: DOPPLERDAVE INC
Seller: MITCHEM LOUISE S -
WD, $14,200.00, L48(33)
RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES
SEC N
Buyer: DEONANAN BASDEO
Buyer: DEONANAN ERIKA
Seller: HANSARD JOHN L
DECEASED .
Seller: HANSARD MARGARET
WD, $200,520.00, BDY
SW1/4 NEI/418-13-19, ETC, SEE
IMAGE
Buyer: MURCH SHARON
Seller: POUPORE TIFFANY
URQUHART
Seller: POUPORE MICHAEL
WD, $13,900.00, L14(40)
R.-\INBiOA\ LAKES ESTATES
SEC N
Buyer: UPSON CONTESSA
Buyer: UPSON RNETI TE
Buyer: bPSON CAROLYN P
Seller: HARTER CARLA J
Seller: MATSON DENISE A
Seller: WEAVER CARLA J
Seller: WEAVER CARLA JEAN
Seller: WEAVER CRAIG A
Seller: WEAVER CRAIG ALAN
Seller: WEAVER DENISE ANN
Seller: V\ E -.VER DOUGLAS K
Seller: WEAVER DOUGLAS
KEITH
QCD, $100.00, L7(5) NOBLE
ESTATES, W/MH
Buyer: PERKiNS STATE BANK
Seller: N E \\ M -\N TABATHA.L
Seller: NEWMAN THOMAS C
JR
WD, $75,000.00, L9 OCALA
\\ IST, BDY 25-14-18 ETC,
W/MH ,
Buyer: XIARHOS EVANGELIA
..Buyev' XlIARHO9-tICHAEL
Seller: MOR RELL CHARLOTTE

cllni. MORREIR.L SCOTT B
WD,. 545.00' 00 L 80CALA
WEST, BD-Y 25-14-18, ETC,
W/MH
Buyer: XIARHOS EVANGELIA
Buyer: XIARHOS MICHAEL
Seller: MORRELL rCOTT B,
Seller: MORRELL CHARLOTTE
C
WD, $299,990.00, L21
HAMPTON FARMS, BDY 16-
12-18, F IC SFL. IMAGE
Buyer: HART TAMMY
Buyer: HART SHAWN
seller AMERICAN LAND
PARTNERS INC
Seller: FL LAND PARTNERS
LLC
Seller: NATIONAL LAND
PARTNERS LLC
% D, $231, 561 11, BDY
SW1/4 31-13-19, ETC, W/MH,
SEE IMAGE
Buyer: CLOUSTON
BERNADETTE
Buyer: CLOUSTON BURLEY
Seller: SCOTT R C .
WD, $274,900.00, L24
H lMPTON F -\RN.S, BDY 21-
12-18, ETC, SEE IMAGE
Buyer: KOEHLER LORRAINE
A
Buyer: KOEHLER RONALD C
Seller: AMERICAN LAND
PARTNERS FNC
Seller: FL LAND PARTNERS
LLC
Seller: NATIONAL LAND
PARTNERS LLC
WD, $25,000.00, BDY SE1/4
SW1/4.4-13-14, W/MH
Buyer: ROBERTS KEITH A
Seller: SALZER JOHN A
QCD, $10.00, L1(38) OAK
RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer: C GN LAND
INVESTMENTS LLC
Seller: NICHOLS CATHERINE
GAYLE
Seller: NICHOLS JAMES
RICHARD
WD, $10.00, L3(A) US 19#4
ADD
Buyer: MCCRANIE WILLIAM
BIGHAM TRUSTEE
Seller: WALTER BAYNARD &
COIMP \N1\
WD, $50,000.00, L3-9(A) US
19 #4 ADD, ETC
Buyer: SUKHDEO HAIMDATH
Buyer: SUKHDEO NAUNI G
Seller: MCCRANIE WILLIAM B
TRUSTEE
WD, $284,900.00, L29 .
HAMPTON FARMS, BDY 21-


Buyer: HART TAMMY
Buyer: HART SHAWN
Seller: AMERICAN LAND
PARTNERS LLC
Seller: FL LAND PARTNERS
LLC
Seller: NATIONAL LAND
PARTNERS LLC
WD, $4,750.00, LOT H-5
GLEASONS TRAILER
VILLAGE
Buyer: PINKSTAFF JUSTINE
Buyer: PINKSTAFF ALBERT J
Seller: ROBERTS SANDRA
KAY
Seller: ROBERTS ELTON R
WD, $6,500.00, L303
UNIVERSITY ESTATES, BDY
12-12-17
Buyer: PAUL NANOTTE
Seller: ROVIRA JOSE T
WD, $6,500.00, L270
UNIVERSITY ESTATES, BDY
12-12-17
Buyer: PAUL NANOTTE
Seller: ROVIRA JOSE T
WD, $7,500.00, L53(D)
SUWANNEE RIVER SPRINGS
SD #2 OF MANATEE AREA
Buyer: HALL LAWANNA L
Buyer: KOPP ROLF W
Seller: JOHNSON ARLIE B
WD, $390,000.00, L7(13)
SOUTH FOWLER WAY
BAYSHORE, ETC, SEE IMAGE
Buyer: WATFORD ERIN F
Buyer: WATFORD WILLIAM M
JR
Seller: BALDWIN PATRICIA J
Seller: BALDWIN GEORGE R
WD, $340,000.00, L7-9, BDY
L6 HARDEETOWN ANNEX
Buyer:; PITTS MICHAEL A
Seller: R WEBB INC
WD, $55,510 1of), BDN SE114
NW114 29-11-17
Buyer: NAPOLEON VALCILIA
Seller: BRINKLEY RENEE A
WD, $25,000.00, L9
WHISPERING PINES #1, BDY
23-14-17, ETC
Buyer: MELLIS STEPHANIE
Buyer: MELLIS NICHOLAS
Seller: FOLDS JANE A
Seller: FOLDS LESTER H
WD, $30,000.00, L56
FOREST PARK III PHASE II
Buyer: CANLAS JEREMIAS V
Seller: SWEENEY LIVING
TRUST
Seller: SWEENEY JOAN R
TRUSTEE
Seller: SWEENEY GEORGE L
TRUSTEE
SRWD, $16,500.00, L4-5(2) B &
R SD #6, ETC:
Buyer:. LIVONI RICHARD
Seller: KIPERMAN RUTH
Seller: KIPERMAN JUAN
WD, $3,500.00, L7(3) B & R
SD #6
'B'...er LiVOINI PICHI-'RD
Selter. KIPERMAN RUTH
WD. $98.000.10u. BD', SI.. 2
17-14-14, ETC
Buyer: BUTHERIK R
Seller: TREESOURCE LLLP
WD, $15,500:00, LI-4, 29-
32(40) CEDAR KEY HTS SEC A
Buyer: STEFANI GINA
Buyer: STEFANI PETER
Seller: KNOFF KEARNEY V
D. $100 00 L1-4. 29-32(40)
CEDAR KEY H IS SEC A
Buyer: STEFANI GINA
Buyer: STEFANI PETER
Seller: USHER FAMILY TRUST.
Seller: USHER E T TRUSTEE
WD, $13,000.00, BDY
L12(A) DRULIM.MOND EST -TES
Buyer: PEARCE NI DARLENE
Buyer: PEARCE RUSSELL W
Seller: ICELRCO MICHELLE B
Seller: MCELROY C MILES
WD, $80,000.00, L24 GADS
BAY HAVEN, BDY 15-13-15,
W/MH, ETC
Buyer: REY HELEN
Buyer; REY ERIN
Seller: BRUCKNER LORI A
Seller: BRUCKNER SCOTT J
%% D. $95.iiii' 00. L10, 14
CRSITFIELED TRADING CO #1,
BDY 19-12-14, W/MH, SEE
IMAGE
Buyer: DRAKE CHERYL A
Buyer: DRAKE LYLE G
Seller BENSEN DENYCE W
Seller: BENSEN JEFFREY T
WD, $150,000.00, BDY 35-
12-18, ETC, SEE IMAGE
Buyer: HENDERSON SKIPPER
Seller: WALL FAMILY TRUST
Seller: WALL WALTER M
TRUSTEE
Seller: WALL JIMMIE M
TRUSTEE
WD, $6,500.00, L2(4)
GREEN PATCH COUNTRY
ESTATES
Buyer; BOIKE JOSEPHINE M
Seller: CARRYER CARL E
WD, $79,200.00, LI(3) OAK
KNOL I. ESTATES, W/MH
Buyer: SALLOT FRANCINE M
Seller: DARKNESS CHRISTINE
Seller: WALDREP WILLIAM
Seller: WALDREP WILLIAM W
WD, $200,000.00, L5, 7
CEDAR KEY SHORES, ETC
Buyer: LANG ADRIENNE
Buyer: LANG GREGORY D
Seller: GILLIE PAUL A
Seller: GILLIE ROGER F
Seller: GILLIE BEVERLY J
WD, $6,000.00, LI5(74)
WILLISTON HGH
Buyer: GOLD IN NAPLES INC
Seller: WETHERHOLD
RICHARD


BOARD OF COUNTY

COMMISSIONERS
There will be a regular meeting of the Levy County Board of
County Commissioners on Tuesday, May 17, 2005' at 10-:00 a.m.
in the County Commissioners' Room, Bronson, Florida to hear
the following items:
PETITION NO. Ha.Va. 3-05 Mrs. Gaye M. Webster, petitioning
the Board for a Hardship Variance to allow a second dwelling in
order to care for her mother (Reba A. Howard), on a parcel of land
located in the N 1/2 of the NE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 in Section 19,
Township 11S, Range 15E (a portion of parcel no. 01582-001-
00). Said parcel contains 20 acres more or less and is located
within an Agriculture/Rural Residential "A/RR" zone. -
For a more complete and accurate legal description, please.
contact the Levy County Development Department at (352) 486-
5203.
Pub: May 5, 12, 2005


WD, $6,500.00, BDY NE1/4
NW1/4 29-11-1.7
Buyer: MAKAVANA
JANARDAN
Seller: GOLLNER GREGORY M
CD, $10.00, LI(11)
RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES
SEC N
Buyer: PRIMA PROPERTIES
LLC
Seller: WILLIAMS LINDA
Seller: MOr'EF.RS ROBERT


Seller: LAWRENCE LINDA
WILLIAMS
QCD, $10.00, BDY NWI/4
NEI/4 13-12-14, ETC, SEE
IMAGE
Buyer: PHELPS ROBERT C
Seller: PHELPS ROBERT C
TRUSTEE
D, $10.00, CC 38-04-CP-147,
BDY NE14 SWI/4 18-13-19, -
ETC, SEE IMAGE
Buyer: SRESOVICH LUKE
GEORGE
Seller: SRESOVICH LUKE
GEORGE
Seller: SRESOVICH JOANNE
TYNER ESTATE
QCD, $10.00, L15(53) OAK
RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer: DOMENECH OLGA
Buyer: RAMOS PABLO
Seller: DE MATAS WANDA
Seller: GONZALEZ WANDA
QCD, $3,833.00, L22
HIDEAWAY #1, W/MH
Buyer: MCKEE DANIEL L
Seller: MCEATHRON JAMES L
QCD, $1,278.00, L22
HIDEAWAY #1, W/MH
Buyer: MCKEE DANIEL L
Seller: MCEATHRON RONALD
QCD, $1,278.00, L22
HIDEAWAY #1, W/MH
Buyer: MCKEE DANIEL L
Seller: ABELS KIMBERLY
IRENE MCEATHRON
SQCD, $3,833.00, L22
HIDEAWAY #1, W/MH
Buyer: MCKEE DANIEL L
Seller: MCFADDEN TAMMY
QCD, $1,278.00, L22
HIDEAWAY #1, W/MH
Buyer: MCKEE DANIEL L
Seller: MCKITTRICK GARY
QCD, $1,278.00, L22
HIDEAWAY #1, W/MH
Buyer: MCKEE DANIEL L
Seller: MCKITTRICK JOHN
QCD, $1,917:00, L22
HIDEAWAY #1, W/MH -
Buyer: MCKEE DANIEL L
Seller: ZARRIS CYNTHIA
MCEATHRON
QCD, $1,917.00, L22
HIDEAWAY #1, W/MH
Buyer: MCKEE DANIEL L
Seller: MCEATHRON
GREGORY
SQCD, $639.00, 1l22
HIDEAWAY #1, W/MH
Buyer: MCKEE DANIEL L
Seller MCEATHRON
DOUGLAS .
QCD, $639.00, L22
HIDEAWAY #1, WIMH
Buyer: MCKEE DANM ELL
Seller: MCEATHRON SUSAN
QCD, $639.00, L22
HIDEA'\ AY I. W/MH
Buyer: MCKEE DANIEL L
Seller: TORRES KATHY
WD, S4.2'"I ''i. L6?,2U.
RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES
Buser ROPPOCCIO JODI
Buyer: ROPPOCCIO RONALD
Seller: COX WILMA
Seller: COX WILLIAM E
% D., 7.2010 (1): L36(33)
RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES,
SECN
Buyer: ROPPOCCIO JODI
Buyer: ROPPOCCIO RONALD
Seller: STEFFEN JUDITH K
Seller: STEFFEN GEORGE W
CD, $10.00, OR 918/516, L3-
4, BDY L46(A) SUWANNEE
RIVER ESTATES
Buyer: ROBERTS DIANE S
Buyer: ROBERTS JAMES F
Seller: DAILEY LAUREN J
Seller: DAILEY ROBERT L
QCD, $100.00; L3-4, BDY
L46(A) SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES
Buyer: ROBERTS JAMES F
Seller: ROBERTS DIANE S
Seller: ROBERTS JAMES F
WD, $40,000.00, L3 OAK


li


HAMMOCK SD
Buyer: AUTRY GARY C
TRUSTEE
Buyer: AUTRY LINDA E
TRUSTEE
Seller: PERKINS STATE BANK
WD, $40,000.00, L2 OAK
HAMMOCK SD
Buyer: ELLIS ROY
Seller: PERKINS STATE BANK
WD, $44,135.00, L18 OAK
HAMMOCK SD
Buyer: ALLEN EDWIN S
Buyer: ETHERIDGE M TODD
Seller: PERKINS STATE BANK
WD, $68,000.00, BDY 11-14-
21
Buyer: RIDDLE IRIS
Buyer: RIDDLE MYRON B
Seller: SNOWMAN FRED
CD, $10.00, L19(G) CASONS
INGLIS ACRES #1, W/MH
Buyer: RYDZYNSKI SANDRA
L
Buyer: RYDZYNSKI MICHAEL
C
Seller: DUTKIEWICZ JEFFREY
M
CT, $100.00, 38-04-CA-997.
L6(C) SUWANNEE RIVER
SPRINGS SD #2 MANATEE
SPRGS AREA
Buyer: HOME EQUITY LOAN
PASS THROUGH
CERTIFICATES
Buyer: MANUFACTURERS &
TRADERS TRUST COMPANY
TRUSTEE
Seller: ROSSNAGEL EUGENIA
Seller: CLERK OF COURT
DANNY J SHIPP
Seller: CROFT CHET
Seller: CROFT CHET C
Seller: CITIFINANCIAL
EQUITY SERVICES INC
Seller: STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPT OF REVENUE
WD, $284,900.00, L33
HAMPTON FARMS, NO
EXHIBIT "A" ATTACHED
Buyer: YARAVITZ DEBBIE S
Buyer: YARAVITZ MARK P
Seller: AMERICAN LAND
PARTNERS INC
Seller: FL LAND PARTNERS
LLC
Seller: NATIONAL LAND
PARTNERS LLC
WD, $135,000.00, L5(C)
NORTH WOOD ESTATES
Buyer: WALKER TARRAH A
Buyer: WALKER ARTHUR N
Seller: MAHAN LEE PLUMMER
WD, $309,900.00, L30
HAMPTON FARMS, BDY 21-
12-18, ETC, SEE IMAGE
Buyer: BARON JAMES D
Buyer: BARON PETER A
Seller: AMERICAN LAND .
PARTNERS INC
Seller: FL LAND PARTNERS
LLC
Seller: NATIONAL LAND
PARTNERSLLC
WD, $284,900.00, L7
HAMPTON FARMS. BDY 21-
12-18, ETC. SE- [IM..A.G
Buyer" BOLUSKILA ERIC' m 7
Buser: M.AZINE MOSHE
Seller: AMERICAN LAND
PARTNERS INC
Seller: FL LAND PARTNERS
LLC
Seller: NATIONAL LAND
PARTNERS LLC
WD, $22,000.00, L9(16)
WILLISTON HGH # 12
Bu', er. WOLFGRAM THERESA
R
Seller: CHRISTMAN ALEXIS H
Seller: CHRISTMAN PETER
WD, $23,900.00, LOT M-I I
GLEASONS TRAILER
VILLAGE, W/MH
Buyer: PARSONS LAURA T
Buyer: PARSONS CLAIR J
Seller: VANCE RAYMOND LEE
WD, $15,000.00, LI 1(1.23)
WILLISTON HGH G&CC
EST RATES
Buyer: JAMES HYACINTH E
Seller: MILLER ERROL






MAY 5, 2005

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* WD, $5,750.00, L20(42) OAK
RIDGE ESTATES SD
Buyer: ALBERT GILBERT
Buyer: ALBERT ISAAC
Seller: GONZALEZ
FRANCISCA
Seller: GONZALEZ JACINTO
WD, $15,000.00, L13-14(3) B
& R SD #5, BDY 32-12-18
Buyer: GERMAIN MARIE J
Seller: ALEXANDRE YVELLE
C
Seller: ALEXANDRE JEAN A
WD, $18,000.00, L30(6),
L9(47) OAK RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer: MORALES ELIZABETH
Buyer: MORALES JOHN S
Seller: RUSSELL MARILYN
Seller: DALLAS RUDOLPH
WD, $6,250,00, L156-A
FOREST PARK #2 REPLAT
Buyer: HARDEN HELEN C
Buyer: HARDEN ALONZO J
Seller: GULF LOGISTICS
CORPORATION
WD, $6,250.00, L 156-B
FOREST PARK #2 REPLAT
Buyer: HARDEN HELEN C
Buyer: HARDEN ALONZO J
Seller: GULF LOGISTICS
CORPORATION
WD, $56,000.00, L7(14),
L26(106), L14,19(127)
WILLISTON HGH G&CC
ESTATES
Buyer: TAPPER MICHELLE
Seller: MILLER ERROL

DEEDS RECORDED
4/4/05 4/7/05
Transaction Code: ACT-
Amended Certificate of Title,
AD-Agree Deed, CD-Cor-
rectory 'Deed, CT-Certificate
of Title, D-Deed, E-Easement,
FJDX-Final Judgement
Divorce X, QCD-Quit Claim
Deed, TD-Tax Deed,
TMBR D-Timber Deed, WD-
Warranty Deed.

D, $1,000.00, L38 LINCOLN
HTS SD
Buyer: DALLAS RUDOLPH
Seller: HENRY SHIRLEY A,
WD, $13,000.00, LI(70)
WILLISTON HGH G&CC
ESTATES
Buyer: RABINOVICH IRINA
Buyer: FAYNBERG LEONID
Seller: DIAZ MARIA A
Seller: RIVERA VICTOR M
VARGAS
Seller: VARGAS RIVERA
VICTOR M
QCD, $2,000.00, UNDVD 1/2
INTEREST, BDYNW1/4 SE1/4
6-13-19.
Buyer: PRINE TERESA
PITTMAN
Seller: GRIFFITH IE ANNE TTE
M .YT 'i .. _
D, $2,000.00, BDYNW1/4
5E1/4 6-13-19
.Buyer: PRINE TERESA
PITTMAN
Seller: CROOM CHARLES E JR
TRUSTEE
Seller:. CROOM CHARLES E
TRUSTEE
Seller: CROOM DEBORAH L
ONEILL
Seller CROOM DEBORAH L
ONEILL TRUSTEE
Seller: FAMILY TRUST
Seller: MARITAL TRUST
Seller: ONEILL BETTY A
Seller: ONEILL BETTY A
TRUSTEE
Seller: ONEILL DEBORAH L
Seller: ONEILL DEBORAH L
TRUSTEE
Seller: ONEILL WILLIAM G
DECEASED
WD,, $42,500.00, L26, BDY
L25(D) COLFAX CITY SD
Buyer: OWENS JUDITH
Seller: BUSH WAYNE M
WD, $10.00, L4-5
SOUTHWOOD PINES TYPE II
SD, BDY 34-13-18
Buyer: HALES REVOCABLE
LIVING TRIUSTT
Buyer: HALES TIMOTHY A
TRUSTEE
Buyer: HALES PAMELA R
TRUSTEE
Seller: HALES PAMELA R
Seller: HALES TIMOTHY A
WD, $75,000.00, BDY SI1/2
SEI/4 6-14-18, W/MH
Buyer: XIARHOS EVANGELIA
p
Buyer: XIARHOS MICHAEL P
Seller: HUMPHRIES BRENDA-J


Seller: HUMPHRIES STEVE
WD, $90,000.00, L10 QUAIL
RUN #2
Buyer: ROTH COLETTE P
Buyer: ROTH PAUL E
Seller: SEALS FRANCES B
Seller: SEALS BUFORD
WD, $40,000.00, L93 CEDAR
KEY PLANTATION
Buyer: BRODLEY DEAN
Seller: SOUTHEASTERN
FUNDING PARTNERS LLLP
Seller: THOMPSON GROUP
INC
WD, $90,000.00, L6-11(3)
MAP OF OAK VILLA
Buyer: BROWN CALVIN F
Seller: JERRELL JEAN B
Seller: JERRELL CARL E
WD, $340,000.00, #C
WHITMAN POINT
TOWNHOUSES CONDO
Buyer: KONOPKA ARTHUR F
Seller: BARSS TWILA
CD, $10.00, OR 908/333,
L19(41) UNIVERSITY OAKS
Buyer: CAPARELLI EVA
Seller: BLUE RIVER
CORPORATION
WD, $4,500.00, L55(34)
RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES
SECN
Buyer: BUILDERS PROPERTY
GROUP LLC
Seller: TSCHORN GLORIA D
QCD, $10.00, L54(13)
BAHIA OAKS #3
Buyer: KING ARTHUR l
Buyer: MAHEUX GIDEON S
Buyer: MAHEUX ROGER R
Seller: MAHEUX ROGER R
WD, $28,000.00, L13(A)
CASONS INGLIS ACRES #5
Buyer: GRAYSON BRIAN'
Buyer: GRAYSON GISELLE L
Seller: CASANOVA JULIA
BANOS
WD, $37,000.00, L31-32
SPRING VILLAGE #1
Buyer: HENDERSHOT
MARLYS H
Buyer: HENDERSHOT
RICHARD A
Seller: POPE WHITEFORD.
JUDITH LYNN
Seller: WHITEFORD JUDITH
LYNN POPE
WD, $75,000.00, BDY 13-12-
17, SEE IMAGE .
Buyer: HIGHLAND TRUST
CORP
Seller: DAVIS JOYCE J
Seller: DAVIS THOMAS E,
QCD, $16,000.00, L21(3)
RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES
SEC N.
Buyer: BALI, DOUGLAS
EUGENE IR
Selle:. BALI, BEVERLY J
H D, S9.00)0 00, L8-9(8) .
',:SU\WANNEE'R-I'ER HGH I
Buyer: MERRITT ROBERT IEE
Buyer: MERRITT VICTORIA
Seller: BRADLAND
INVESTMENTS INC
WD, $10.,00, L.](2), Ll (1)
EXCEL ACRES, W/MH .
Buyer: FREDERICK MAURICE
Buyer: FREDERICK JOHN
HENRY
Seller: FREDERICK JOHN H
Seller: ,FREDERICK JOHN
HENRY ;
WD, $10.00, L22(37) OAK
RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer: DE MARTINEZ
ALTEMIA VELASCO
Seller: VALENTIN JONAS
WD, $16,000.00, L4-5(38)
WILLISTON HGH G&CC
ESTATES
Buyer: EQUITY TRUST
COMPANY TRUSTEE
Buyer: RIVERA JORG M
Seller: MACCONNEL L JEAN
Seller: MACCONNELL
,ROBERT
WD, $26,000.00, LI(2)
RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES
SECN .
Buyer: BERGER BRIAN A
Buyer: DELGRECO ANTHONY
Seller: DOOBAY
RABINDRANAUTH
Seller: DOQBAY
RABINDRANAUTH TRUSTEE
WD, $20,000.00, L8(38)
RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES
SEC N
Buyer: FRAGUELA ELADIO M
Seller: GUYTON H KEITH
Seller: GUYTON HAROLD K
WD, $25,000.00, L36(48)
RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES


CONSTRUCTION, INC.


SERVING LEVY, DIXIEAND GILCHRIST
COUNTIES FOR 28 YEARS
Licensed and Insured RBOO30120
SPhone 493-4004
John Hart Mobile 493-8485


SUPERIOR / HALL INDUSTRIES
ROLL OFF

CONTAINERS


*RESIDENTIAL& COMMERCIAL*


SAME DAY (352) 528-4715 JONNIE
.,SERVICE HALL
SERVING WILLISTON AND BRONSON AREAS.


SEC N
Buyer: WISHART SHARINE
Seller: VARON GEORGE
Seller: VARON TIFFANY
WD, $259,900.00, LI15
HAMPTON FARMS. BDY NW
1/4 21-12-18, ETC, SEE IMAGE
Buyer: ISMA JOADNER
Buyer: LAURORE
LOVANDIEU
Seller: AMERICAN LAND
PARTNERS INC
Seller: FL LAND PARTNERS
LLC
Seller: 'NATIONAL LAND
PARTNERS.LLC
WD, $22,995.00, BDY LI(26)
RAINBOW LAKES ESTAES
SEC N
Buyer: CARRIEL MERCY
Buyer: ZARATE NANCY
Seller: PRIMA PROPERTIES
LLC
WD, $189,900.00, L4
HOMESTEAD RANCHES.
Buyer: SHAPIRO JAY
Seller: AMERICAN LAND
PARTNERS INC
Seller: FL LAND PARTNERS
LLC
Seller: NATIONAL LAND
PARTNERS LLC
WD, $284,900.00, L26
HAMPTON FARMS, BDY N1/2
21-12-18, ETC
Buyer: VAN DE WALKER
HELEN M
Buyer: BRANNON JAMES R
Seller:. AMERICAN LAND
PARTNERS INC
Seller: FL LAND PARTNERS
LLC
Seller: NATIONAL LAND
PARTNERS LLC
QCD, $1,000.00, BDY SW 1/4
NWI/4 29-11-17
Buyer: WELLING MARISSA AF
Seller: CASELLA CHERYL C
WD, $284,900.00, L6
HAMPTON FARMS, BDY
NWI./4 21-12-18, ETC, SEE
IMAGE
Buyer: GIERLIEZ DEE
Buyer: GIERLIEZ GARRY
Seller: AMERICAN LAND
PARTNERS INC
Seller: FL LAND PARTNERS
LLC
Seller: NATIONAL LAND
PARTNERS LLC
WD, $279,900.00, L8
HAMPTON FARMS, BDY W1/2
21-12-18, ETC, SEE IMAGE
Buyer: BOUSKILA JAACOV
ERIC I
Buyer: NMAZINEMOSHE
Seller: AMERICAN LAND
PARTNERS INC
Seller: FL L AND PARTNERS
LLC .
Seller .NAjONAL LAND ......
PARTNERS LLC
WD, $299,900.00, LI
HAMPTON FARMS, BDY
SW1/4 16-12-18, ETC, SEE
IMAGE
Buyer: BRODY FRANCEE A
Seller: AMERICAN LAND
PARTNERS INC
Seller: FL LAND PARTNERS
LLC
Seller: NATIONAL LAND
PARTNERS LLC
WD, $165.000 0'., LI6
TRIPLE CROWN FARMS SD
#111
Buyer: FERCHAK SUZANNE
Buyer: FERCHAK JOSEPH C
Seller: JOHNSON CHERYL A
Seller JOHNSON KEITH M
WD, $10,000.00, L31(2)
CORRECTIVE PLAT OAK
FOREST ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: CHARLEUS MARIE -
PAULE'TTE ,
Seller: BALL MARTI IA K
WD, $8,500.00, L4(28)
WILLISTON I IGH #7
Buyer: 'LOUIS GERTA PIERRE
Buyer: PIERRE LOUIS GERTA
Seller: ROSSKY ARTI IUR
WD, $30,000.00, L31
CRESTFIEI,D TRADING
COMPANY REPLAT,W/MH,
BDY 19-12-14
Buyer: PELT PATRICIA
Buyer: PELT JOHN
Seller: BIBLE BILLIEJO.
Seller: BIBLE F PATRICK
WD, $64,000.00, LI I
HIDEAWAY #1, W/MH
Buyer: HALL DONNA J
Buyer: HALL RICHARD I
Seller: LITTERAL LENORA J
Seller: LITTERAL LESTERE
WD, $10,000.00, L15(3M)
MEADOWSOF BEAUTIFUL
BRONSON INC
Buyer: THELEMAQUE MARIE
ARNODE
Buyer:, THELEMAQUE JEAN
RICHARD
Seller: MCCROAN DOROTHY ,
Y
WD, $17,000.00, L33-34
SPRINGSIDF MH SD
Buyer: GARDNER GERALD E
Seller: LOUGHMILLER'E


CAROLYN
Seller: LOUGHMILLER FRED
C
WD, $4,500.00, L16(78) OAK.
RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer: MQMPREMIER
MYRIANNE
Buyer: MOMPREMIER'
CHARLES
Seller: DANFORD CHARLES W
WD, $6,000.00, L8(50)
WILLISTON HGH G&CC
ESTATES
Buyer: GEORGIA FLORIDA
LAND CORPORATION
-Seller: HANSBROUGH


RICHARD S JR
QCD, $10.00, L12(34)
WILLISTON HGH #12
Buyer: POLKOWSKI JOSEPH A
Seller: POLKOWSKI JOYCE R
QCD, $10.00, L9 BRONSON
SQUARE, OR 735/286
Buyer: AMADEO
PROVIDENCIA
Buyer: AMADEO EDWIN
Seller: AMADEO EDWIN
WD, $15,000.00, L6(45)
REPLAI WILLISTON HGH #5
Buyer: MOORE JULIE
Seller: CARTEE NAIAL.IA
WD, $13,000.00, L14(A)
CASONS INGLIS ACRES #5
Buyer: BURKE PAULINE
Seller: CARTEE NATALIA
WD, $50,000.00, BDY SW1/4
NE1/4,31-14-19, W/MH, ETC
Buyer: CHAPMAN LAWSON
Buyer: WISEMAN VIRGINIA
Buyer: WISEMAN EARL
Buyer: CHAPMAN JOYCE
Seller: DONALDSON
BARBARA E
Seller: SHAFFER HAZEL Y
WD, $142,900.00, L37(63)
WILLISTON HGH G&CC
ESTATES f
Buyer: MACAULAY DONNA J
Buyer: MACAULAY SCOTT A
Seller: HUFFMAN ERIC D .
Seller: HUFFMAN SHARON K
Seller: PACIG N SHARON K
WD, $17,000.00, L16(A),
BDY L6-8(B) KIK A HA
WOODLANDS
Buyer: ZAHLER JOSEPH J
Seller: WALTER BAYNARD &
COMPANY
WD, $14,000.00, L12(24)
OCALA HGH WEST
Buyer: MAYA CLAUDIA M
Buyer: MAYA HOLMES A
Seller: MCCORMICK JAMES A
WD, $19,500.00, L 11(5)
KING RANCH OF FLORIDA
RANCHETTES .
Buyer: TARACQUZIO
PAULINE "
Seller: STEWARD SHARON M
Sell&: STEWARD RICHARD L
WD, $67,000.00, L5(B)
WOODLAND ACRES SD,.
W/MH
Buyer: FLORES JOSE .'
Buyer HERRIANN IESSICA
Seller: FREDERICK ANDRE\\
F
WD, $19,000.00, L8(29)
WILLISTON HGH G&CC
ESTATES
Buyer: IBRAHIM ICILDA
Buyer: IBRAHIM. ABDUL
Seller; BRFAK.TI IRU,
PROPERTIES INC :
WD, $19.000 00. L6(24)
ILLISTON 11(,H G&CC
SIAT'ES :,.. ,..
Bu;,r LII \'LIN Vi, iN:
Buyer: CHAPLIN VINCENT
Seller: BREAKTIIRU
PROPERTIES INC
WD, $19,000.00, L7(29)
WILLISTON HGH G&CC
ESTATES ,
Buyer: IBRAHIM ICILDA
Bouer. IBRAH\IINM ABDUL
Seller BREAKTHRU
PROPERTIES INC
E, $10.00, BDY 23-12-18,
ETC, SEE IMAGE
Buyer: EAGER LISA
Buyer: EAGER GEORGE W JR
Seller: EAGER LLIS-h
Seller: EAGER GEORGE W JR
AD,. $16.4(00 0,, L9(6)
GREEN PATCH COUNTRY
ESTATES
Buyer: NICHOLS PAUL'M
Buyer: QUIGLEY GARY
Seller: BOIKE THOMAS H
DECEASED ,
Seller: BOIKE JOSEPHINE M ;
QCD, $10.00, Ll(18)
UNIVERSITY OAKS SD.
Buyer: LEGRA REAL ESTATE ,
& INVESTMENT :
CORPORATION
Seller: .1E\\ ERLL CHRISTINE
Seller' IE\\ ELL DANNY
\\D, $225,")" Lli l .i
UNI\ ERSI- ,OAKS
Buyer: BLUE RIVER
CORPORATION
Seller LEGRA .REAL ESTATE
& INVESTMENT
CORPORATION
\'D, $16 ii'00 ''. L9(34)
BRONSON HTS -ITH ADD
Buyer: BAPTISTE JOSEPH J
JEAN
Buyer: JEAN BATISTE
JOSEPHJ J
Seller: BALDWIN ALLEN
ROBERT
WD, $9,000.00, L18(83)
WILLISTON HGH G&CC
ESTATES
Buyer: OCTELUS ORVELIE
Seller: CAFFARO LILLIAN E
Seller: CAFFARO STEPHEN J
JR
WD,. $9,500.00, BDY L2-
3(G)GLEASONS TRAILER
VILLAGE, BDY 18-I1-16, ETC


Buyer: WALTHER KAREN
Buyer: WALTHER SCOTT
Seller: NEWELL LOIS I
Seller: NEWELL ROBERT C
SWD, $11,000.00, LI (18)
OCALA HGH WEST
Buyer: BROKEN ARROW
LAND & TIMBER LLC
Seller: PAGE BERT
WD, $18,000.00, LI 0(99)
WILLISTON HGH G&CC
ESTATES
Buyer: JONES TASPER
Buyer: JONES DENROY
Seller: MAHABEER
MERTILEEN


Seller: EDWARDS ESME
WD, $7,500.00, BDY SE114
NW 114 12-12-17, ETC
Buyer: HARN REBECCA
Buyer: HARN MARTIN
Seller: ROVIRA JOSE
WD, $26,000.00, L24(65)
UNIVERSITY OAKS, W/MH
Buyer: COLE DALE W
Seller: SHIPP DEEJAY M
WD, $35,000.00, L55(10)
FANNIN SPRINGS ANNEX,
W/MH
Buyer: ALVORD JOSEPH W
Seller: BURNETT RANDALL D
WD, $13,900.00, L25(34)
RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES
SEC N
Buyer: JOISSIN MASELINE
Seller: GREEN MARY
Seller: GREEN GEORGE
Seller: SONS MARY
CD, $10.00, CORRECTING
DEED, FILE #417163,
LI(53)WILLISTON HGH #14
Buyer: ASSOCIATES
FINANCIAL SERVICES OF
AMERICA INC
Buyer: ASSOCIATES FIRST
CAPITAL CORPORATION
Seller: FLEET FINANCE AND
MORTGAGE INC
Seller; FLEET FINANCE INC
WD, $48,000.00, L3 KING
.RANCH OF FLORIDA
RANCHETTES 2ND ADD
Buyer: COLEY CARL LEE
Seller: ERMATINGER KAREN
L
Seller: ERMATINGER
RICHARD A
-.WD, $32,250.00, L5(5)
FOWLER WAY SD
Buyer: SHIPP ANDREW C SR
Seller: CONSOLIDATED
EQUITY INC
WD, $114,000.00, BDY 13-
15-17
Buyer; PATTERSON PAUL
Seller: DAUT MADELINE
TRUSTEE
Seller: OREILLY DAUT.
LIVING TRUST I
Seller: OREILLY FRANK
TRUSTEES
QCD, $10.00, L25(81)
WILLISTON HGH G&CC
ESTATES
Buyer: BLACKWOOD
MOREEN
Seller: BROWN GEORGIA
Seller: PHIILLIPS DOUGLAS G
Seller: PHILLIPS NADINE A
WD. $35(I..i '")" 0, BDY NI/2
NEI/4 23-11-17, ETC, SEE
IMAGE
Buyer: BOULOS KATHERINE'
E
Seller: WEST DAVID A
'D. $4.110010 i. BDY 5EI 4
NV,E -1 9-.JI 't sq ; ,a' ,r ,
Buyer. RLI ES CAir.1EN L
BONILLADE
Buyer:, CASTRO CARLOS
REYES
Seller: CAROLINA
PROPERTIES CORP
WD, $4,000:00, BDY NEI/4
NE 1/4 9-12-17
Buyer: REYES CARMEN L
BONILLADE
Buyer: CASTRO CARLOS.
REYES
Seller: CAROLINA,
PROPERTIES CORP
.WD, $4,000.00, BDYNW1/4
SW1/4 12-12-17
Buyer: LUGO BENJAMIN
CRUZ
Seller: LEVY LAND
COMPANY
WD, $4,000.00, BDY SW 1/4
SW1/4 12-12-17
Buyer: RIVERA ANDY
MEDINA
Seller: LEVY LAND-
'COMPANY
WD, $4,000.00, BDYNE1/4
NE1/4 12-12-17
Buyer: HERNANDEZ
ERNESTO ZARAGOZA.


WD, $6,000.00, L7(75)
WILLISTON HGH G&CC
ESTATES
Buyer: TONYTABI LLC
Seller: RICHARDSON SANDRA
Seller: RICHARDSON DALE
WD, $42,000.00, L70 TRIPLE
CROWN FARMS SD # II
Buyer: ENTRUST
ADMINISTRATION SERVICES
INC
Buyer: HAYNES LINDA .
Seller: JACKSON ARALIOUS
Seller: ODOFIN MYRTIS A
WD, $2,000.00, BDY
SEI/4NEI/419-11-17
Buyer: HAUSER DEBORAH
Buyer: HAUSER PAUL
Seller: CROSS CHRISTINE J
Seller: CROSS LENDLEY F
WD, $7,000.00, LI(27)
OCALA HGH WEST
Buyer: PARKS MONICA
Buer THOMPSON DEREK
Seller: BECHTOL MARILYN F


Seller: BECHTOI, MARILYN
WD, $20,000.00, L (1)
WOODPECKER RIDGE
Buyer: BRITT JOHN G
Seller: EVERSOLE WILMA L.
Seller: EVERSOLE ROLAND
WD, $38,900.00, BDY
NW1/4 SEI/4 2-17-16, ETC
Buyer: EILAND ANDREW D
Buyer: EILAND KATHLEEN B
Seller: BETTERS JOHN A
QCD, $100.00; BDYNEI/4
SEI/4 8-12-17, ETC, SEE
IMAGE
Buyer: RESOURCE BRONSON
LLP


Seller: MARSHALL JAMES
Seller: MCIVER ELEANOR
WD, $375,000.00, L44 AKA
L44A WATERWAY ESTATES
#2, ETC
Buyer: BOWER LIS L
Buyer: BOWER JOHN Y
Seller: THONER SHARON
Seller: THONER STEPHEN A
WD, $48,000.00, L7,12(3C),
L4-5(4M), L15,17(8C)
MEADOWS OF BEAUTIFUL
BRONSON
Buyer: WILKERSON LYLE
Seller: B K CYPRESS INC
WD, $280,000.00, BDYNEI/4
SE1/410-13-17, ETC
Buyer: SHEVITSKI DANETTE
Buyer: SHEVITSKI REX
Seller: BLAKE BARBARA
WD, $9,000.00, L2(130)
WILLISTON HGH G&CC
ESTATES
Buyer: RIVERSTONE
INVESTMENTS INC
Seller: LIVONI RICHARD
WD, $12,000.00, L5(142).
WILLISTON HGH G&CC
ESTATES
Buyer: RIVERSTONE
INVESTMENTS INC
Seller: LIVONI RICHARD
WD, $16,000.00, BDY 8-12-,,
17, ETC, SEE IMAGE
Buyer: RESOURCE BRONSON
LLP
Seller: MARSHALL JAMES
Seller: MCIVER ELEANOR
WD,. $131,000.00, L7(114)
WILLISTON HGH G&CC
ESTATES
Buyer: DAVIS RITA
Seller: MALONE GEORGE
WD, $10.00, L5(2)
TISHOMINGO PLANTATION
Buyer: PATE MICHELE L
Buyer: PATE JASON D
Seller: M E MCDOUGAL INC
QCD, $10.00, L5(2).
TISHIMINGO PLANTATION -
Buyer: PATE MICHELE L
Seller: PATE MICHELE L
Seller: PATE JASON D
QCD, $10.00, L33 LIBBY
HTS,
Buyer: BO' D NI ARTI IA JANE
Buyer: BOYD MORGAN
.Seller: BOYD MARTHA JANE.
Seller: WARREN RAYMOND
EARL
I WD, $15,000.00,
BDYSWI/4NW1/427-16-16
Buyer: PLEKKENPOL
STEPHANIE
Buyer: PLEKKENPOL KEVIN
Seller: AMMONS ROBERT
FRANKLIN
WD, $289,900.00, L28
HAMPTON FARMS, BDY 21-
12-18,.ETC .
'Buyer: CiJRffS CARRIE-
"Buyer: CURTIS SCOTT .
Seller: AMERICAN LAND
PARTNERS INC
Seller: FL LAND PARTNERS
LLC
Seller: NATIONAL LAND
PARTNERS LLC
WD, $289,900:00, L27
HA.IlPT'ON FARMS, BDY 21-
12-18. ETC
Buyer: LEZCANO MIRTA.
Buyer:' LEZC \NO ISIDRO
Seller: AMERICAN LAND
PARTNERS INC
Seller: FL LAND PARTNERS
LLC
Seller: NATIONAL LAND
PARTNERS LLC
WD, $259,900.00, L14
HAMPTON FARMS, BDY 21-
12-18, ETC
Buyer: BERGER GLORIA C
Buyer:' BERGER JOSEPH L
Seller: AMERICAN LAND
PARTNERS INC
Seller: FL LAND PARTNERS
LLC
Seller: NATIONAL LAND
PARTNERSLLC
WD, $22,500.00, L25-26
DEERE RIVER ESTATES
Buyer: SPENCER ELIZABETH
Buyer: COLDWELL PETER C
Seller: MIAL MAXINE J
Seller: MIAL DAVID J
WD, $115,000.00, UNIT 12
PARK PLACE OF CEDAR KEY
CONDO
Buyer: STEFANI GINA
Buyer: STEFANI PI:TI Z
Seller: T R C PROPERTIES
INC
WD, $1,250.00, L10, 27(29)
OAKDALE HTS SD
Buyer: VLACOS ERNEST
GENE
Seller: RISLEY GUY
WD, $1,250.00. L9, 28(29)
OAKDALE HTS SD
Buyer: VLACOS ERNEST
GENE
Seller: BAKOWSKI SUSAN
Seller: BAKOWSKI PETER
WD, $7,700.00, L5(144)
WILLISTON HGH G&CC
ESTATES


Buyer: DENMAN
ENTERPRISES INC


Seller: JACCINO VICTOR
WD, $15,300.00, L5(144)
WILLISTON HOH G&CC
ESTATES
Buyer: VALERY MINERVE
Seller: DENMAN
ENTERPRISES INC
E, $10.00, AMENDMENT TO
STORMWEATHER
RETENTION AND DRAINAGE,
LI,15 CRYSTAL OAK
Buyer: BURT THEODORE
Buyer: SANDERS TAMMY
Buyer: REXROAT GARY
Buyer: UY CLARENCE
NELSON
Seller: HEALTHCO UNITED
INC
WD, $8,000.00, L17(85)
WILLISTON HGH G&CC
ESTATES
Buyer: DENMAN
ENTERPRISES INC
Seller: DE REYES JUANITA
SANABRIA
WD, $14,000.00, L17(85)
WILLISTON HGH G&CC
ESTATES
Buyer: LORMEUS CECILE
Seller: DENMAN
ENTERPRISES INC
QCD, $393,120.00, BDY 1-
4,9-12,14-17,20-23,26-28,33,34-
11-16 ETC, SEE IMAGE
Buyer: LAND ONE TIMBER
LLC
Seller: INTERNATIONAL
PAPER COMPANY
WD, $11,859,120.00, BDY 1-
4,9-12,14-17,20-23,26-28,33,34-
11-16 ETC, SEE IMAGE
Buyer: FL LAND PARTNERS
LLC
Seller: LAND ONE TIMBER
LLC
WD, $10.00, BDY 25,26-16-
16, SEE IMAGE
Buyer: MAGLIS ALEXANDER
E
Seller: MAGLIS EVDOKIA A
Seller: MAGLIS EVODOKIA A
WD, $17,000.00, L331-332
UNIVERSITY ESTATES, BDY
14-12-17
Buyer: THERMIDOR ALEX
Seller: DE MATEO JOSSIE
PEREZ DECEASED
Seller: NEGRON SANTOS
MATEO
WD, $14,000.00, BDY SW
114 SW I14 29-11-17
Buyer: VILLALOBOS
MARlJELA
Buyer: VILLALOBOS RAMON
Seller: BLANCO CLAUDIA J
Seller: BLANCO RAMIRO
WD, $70,650.00, L7(A)
WILLISTON HGH #1
Buyer: DUREL DEAN P
Seller; SMITH RUBYG G
Seller:; BOBO I VN\V C-npD
D, $4 ,i 1 I", BD E 1/2
NW1/4 35-10-14
Buyer: RITTGERS MAX
Buyer: DAKOTAH WINERY'
VINEYARDS INC
Seller: SUMMERS ROSELLE'
Seller: SUMMERS FREDDIE G
QCD, $2,000.00, BDY SE1/4
NWI/4 14-12-14
Buyer: OHARE BETTY
Seller: SCRUGGS JOHN
Seller: SCRUGGS JOHN C
Seller: SCRUGGS JUANITA
WD, $10.00, BDY L4(14)
VILLAGE OF GREEN THUMBS
DEV INC #1
Buyer: SCHINDLER HANS
UWE
Buyer: SCHINDLER
MADELINE ANN
Seller: MANN MARISSA D
Seller: MANN JAMES H JR

WD, $198,250.00, BDY WI/2
NW1/4 36-14-13, ETC
Buyer: LITZELL DOROTHY H
Buyer: 'LITZELL CHARLES A
Seller: HODGES ROBERT F
Seller: HODGES ROBERT
FRANK
WD, $17,000.00, L22(11)
FANNIN SPRINGS ANNEX,
W/MH
Buyer: WALDEN
GWENDOLYN A
Buyer: WALDEN WILLIAM C
Seller: TAFT PAULA S
Seller: TAFT LOWELL H
WD, $12,900.00, L4(3)
BLACK JACK RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer: HARPER DOYE B
Buyer: HARPER SHERMANL'
Seller: SULLIVAN NANCY J
Seller: SULLIVAN MARK P
WD, $20,000.00, L5(139)
WILLISTON HGH G&CC
ESTATES
Buyer: MOGG SHIRLEY
Buyer: MOGG SYD
Seller: NERO CATHERINE R
WD, $10.00, L2(E) NORTH
SOUTH ESTATES #2
Buyer: JOSEPHINE TALLEY
TRUST
Buyer: TALLEY HARVEY N
TRUSTEE
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Drama Club Performs
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Three stars in the CMS Drama Club performance are, left'
to right, Trixie St. James played by Nicole Davies, Nurse
Wendy March played by Cherry Tolentino, and Nurse Ivy
Dripp, played by Sarah Mitchell.


Year Coming


To An End For


Double Sink


4-H Club


By Amber Depew
.Double Sink
4-H Club Reporter
Double Sink 4-H Club had
a busy 2004-2005 year. The
members are: club president,
Johnathan Hatch, Vice Presi-
dent, Rheba Sheffield, Sec-
retary, Marie Hatch, Re-
porter, Amber Depew and
Chaplains Zeke Rutland and
Christine Kimbrell. The other
members are: Lane Cannon,
Alora Catlett, Ashley Kim-
brell, Savannah Mills, Tevin
Mills, Sarah Mitchell, Parrish
Parnell, Payton Parnell, Aus-
tin Sheffield and Sam Rut-
land.
Our year started out at
Round-Up in September
2004. Johnathan', Amber,
Sarah and Austin participated
in the BBQ Chicken contest.
Johnathan won first place in
the senior division. In the
junior division, Sarah won
first place, Austin won sec-
ond, and Amber won third
place. -The next event that the
club members participated in
was the FCS Fun Day Bake-
Off. 'Christine, Alora, Ashley
and Sam entered baked
goods. Johnathan was the
overall winner with his Ap-
ple Coconut Cake. Marie was
the senior division cookie
winner. Zeke was the senior
division quick bread winner
and Amber, the junior quick
bread winner.
County Events was the
next event that the members
took part in. Every year Levy
County holds this event. It
allows 4-Her's in Levy
'County to compete against
one another. They can enter
share-the-fun, poster art,
photography, fashion revue,
general public speaking,
horse public speaking, and
demonstration/illustrated
talks. The winner of each di-
vision then goes on to Dis-
trict Events. District, events
will be held in Mayo, FL on
Saturday, May 14'.
Marie and Tevin will be


going with their share-the-
fun acts. Zeke, Johnathan,
Marie and Amber will go
give their speeches and
illustrated talks. Austin
and Lane's photographs
will go to state. Amber and
Christine's posters are also
headed to state.
Our members also com-
peted at the Suwannee
River Fair (SRF) in the
Consumer Judging contest.
We had a primary (Austin,
Alora, Lane and Savan-
nah), junior (Amber,
Rheba, Sarah, and Chris-
tine) and senior team (Joh-
nathan, Marie, Tevin and
Zeke). This was the first
time we had ever had a
team or had competed in a
contest,,, ll three teams
won second place 'in their
division.
Payton competed as, an
individual and placed sec-
ond highest individual.
Marie won the .SRF Schol-
arship. She, also partici-
pated in the swine, dairy
goat show, fashion revue,
home economics and re-
cord book contests. She
won first place in senior
goat showmanship and the
*record book contest.
Johnathan had the Grand
Champion dairy goat. He
also came in second place
in dairy goat showmanship
and the record book con-
test in the senior di\ ision.
Amber won primary
showmanship in the dairy
cow show. Christine had
the best of show in the
home economics textiles
division with her Red on
Red Baby Quilt.
Goat showmanship win-
ners were: Rheba, second
and Payton, third in the
primary division. Sarah
won second place in junior
division and Zeke, third in
the senior division. Sarah
also won best in cookie
division with her seven
layer cookies. Parrish,


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Broadway is far away but
there was a drama production
in Chiefland on Friday and
Saturday, April 29-30, 2005.
The Chiefland High School
auditorium was the location
for the comedy, Dogsbreath
Deveraux The Dastardly
Doctor... Or Nurses Foiled
Again! The Chiefland Mid-
dle School Drama Club pro-
duced the play that proved to
be a hit for all those that at-
tended the production.
Lead actor, Matt Kidd
portrayed Dr. Dogsbreath
Deveraux, a scheming young
doctor that was plotting a
marriage for money. Emily
Baker played the part of
Hilda Hatchet, a nurse who
was an accomplice of the


doctor. A new hospital
nurse, Wendy March, played
by Cherry Tolentino, proved
to be the undoing of the plan
of Dr. Deveraux and Nurse
Hatchet.
Other members of the cast
included Sarah Mitchell,
Noah Stumpp, Cyndall
Pauley, Savannah Smith,
Kayla Kilpatrick, Bailey
Pitts, Nicole Davies, Cyndall
Pauley, Tiffany English, Kire
Robinson, Katherine
Bowker, Chance Hall, Alex
Barron, and Leslie Welch.
Andy Kidd, director of the
play, stated that the
Chiefland .Middle School
students had a lot of fun
practicing and 'preparing for
the play.


New SECC

Forecasts Help For,

Southeast Farmers

As They Reduce,

Production Risks'


Farmers in the South-
eastern United States can
now learn about changes in'
seasonal climate patterns
earlier than ever, thanks to a
new long-term forecasting
system developed by the
Southeast Climate Consor-
tium (SECC), a partnership
among six universities in
Alabama, Florida and
Georgia. .
SECC researchers are
using data that has been
collected daily for the past
50 years from 214 weather
stations in Alabama, Florida
and Georgia to make
county-by-county forecasts
that farmers can view on the
Internet., The SECC, which
produces, Jits fk,,sts ,
Florida State UnLiersitr in
Tallahassee, has issued the
first in a series of quarterly
forecasts aimed at helping
farmers reduce risks.to their
crops and increase their,
odds of a successful
growing season.
The SECC's new spring
outlook indicates that
unseasonably heavy rain in
March has recharged soil
moisture, thereby allow ing
crops to flourish.
"March rainfall was up
to three times above normal
in Georgia," said David
Stooksbury, a SECC re-
searcher and state clima-
tologist at the University of
Georgia in Athens. "By the
middle of April, soil
moisture across most of
Georgia is ranked near the
80th percentile for this time
of the year. This means that
in 80 out of 100 years we
would expect soils to be
drier in mid-April than they
currentlyare."
Recent heavy rains have
also reduced the risk of
wildfires this season, the
SECC spring outlook said.
The outlook is based on the
Keetch Byram Drought
Index, whjch provides a
monthly assessment of
wildfire risks in the
Southeast.
"The SECC approach to
forecasting is based on



Payton and Johnathan also
participated in the heifer
show. Rheba ,participated
in the horse show. Our
club members were very.
successful at the .SRF.
Project books were due
at the County office May
2, 2005 by 4:30 p.m. Dis-
trict Events will be in
Mayo on May 14th. The
Levy County Achievement
Banquet will be held in
Bronson on May 16th at
Bronson High School
Cafeteria.
Good luck to every-one
and see you in September
at Round-Up.


climate phases and works
great during an El Nifio or a.
La Nifia phase,. but it's less,
useful during what's called
a. neutral phase," Stooks-
bury said.
"For the past two. years,
the Southeast has been in a
neutral phase," said Jim
O'Brien, director of the
Center fo6 'Ocean-
Atmospheric : Prediction
Studies at FSU. "People
often assume; that a neutral
phase will bring average
weather." :
But, he said, that's .not
true. "Weather can be all
over the place A from drN to
wet or aerage'- in a neutral
phase. Sil.l, there 's
currently, ,no .1 yli ,tio li
drought I t!is summer, so
chances are good that crops
will have, 'adequate
moisture," he said. s
Stooksbury' also 'said
that, with the variability
associated with day-to-da.
weather during the neutral
phase, a cold spell or two is
still possible across much of
the Southeast.,
SECC's Web site,
http://agclimate.org, is
available to the public and
pro ides monthly forecasts
of rainfall and temperature
for all counties in Alabama,
Florida and Georgia.
It also allows farmers in
some. counties to :get
personalized predictions of
the probability that their
yields for peanuts, potatoes
and tomatoes ill be good,
average or poor. : Users can
tailor.: their .crop yield
forecasts based on the soil,
type 'of their land, whether
or not they irrigate and their
average yield in the past.
The Web' site's highl'
specific i forecasts' are
important because what a
producer is experiencing
frequently is quite different
than what's' happening in
neighboring counties, said
John Bellow, an SECC
extension specialist at FSU.
"We hope that more
growers will use our Web
site when they plan 'their
planting and harvesting, and
prepare for freezes," said
Clyde Fraisse, an extension
specialist and SECC
researcher at the University
of Florida's Institute of
Food and Agricultural,
*Sciences, or UF/IFAS, in
Gainesville. "Growers also
can use it to link to other
information about climate,
crop management and crop
insurance."
Jim Jones, a
distinguished professor of
agricultural and biological
engineering at UF/IFAS and
SECC researcher, said
additional crop data is being
added to the site. to help.
farmers.
SECC member institu-


The CMS Drama Club performed the comedy "Dogsbreath Deveraux The Dastardly
Doctor... Or Nurses Foiled Again!" on April 29-30, 2005.


LifeSouth To Hold

Blood Drive In

Bronson On

May 13


Donating blood is safe,
simple, and it saves lives. To
help save the lives of others
in need, LifeSouth Com-
munity Blood Centers-
Civitan Region and, the
Town of Bronson, will col-
laborate to host a commu-
nity blood drive on Friday,
May 13th.
The drive will be held at
three different locations in
hopes of catering to the
needs of those in the area.
A bloodmobile will be at
the Road Department from
7:00 a.m. until 9:00 a.m., at
the Sheriff's Office from
9:30 a.m. until noon, and' at
the Court House between
1:00 p.m. -and 4:00 p.m.
The goal for this drive is 18
donations, but LifeSouth. is
hoping that they will reach
25 or more.
"The residents of Bron-
son have become increas-
ingly aware of the need for
donating, and it is ex-
tremelky/iArneoaging, to
watch our numbers-' teadilN.
rise in this area. The com-
munity support is oxer-
whelming each time we
visit," said District Director
for LifeSouth, Carolyn
Quintanilla.
All donors will be entered
in a drawing to win a new
Pontiac G6 from Wade
Raulcrson Pontiac. Potential
winners must be 18 years of
age and are responsible for
paying tax, tag and title
fees.
Fur more information
about becoming a blood
donor, please -contact

LifeSouth at (352) 334-
1000 or visit
www.lifesouth.org. Donors
must be ,at least 17' years
old, weigh 110 pounds or
more, and have a valid
photo I.D.


tions are the University of'
Florida, Florida State
University, University of
Miami, University of
Georgia, Auburn University,
and University of Alabama.
at Huntsville.
SECC is funded by .the
National Oceanic 'and
Atmospheric Administration
(NOAA),, the USDA Co-
operative States' Research,
Education and Extension.
Service (CSREES) and the
USDA's Risk Management
Agency. By Chris Eversole
(352) 494-7837.


Know something
we don't?
Cash Rewards
for information
leading to the arrest
of persons involved
in unsolved crimes.
Call Crime Stoppers
1-877-349-8477


Democracy
Scholarship
To Be

Awarded
Attention! Students who
plan to compete for the
"Voice of Democracy"
scholarship are encouraged
to get an early start over the
summer. The theme for 2005
is "How I Demonstrate My
Patriotism."
Tapes are due October,
2005 and for more informa-
tion you may contact your
school counselor or your lo-
cal VFW Post #5625,
Chiefland at 352-493-1159.
The contact person is Jacob
Wynn.


NOTICE OF ENACTMENT
OF ORDINANCE 2005-03


BY THE BOARD OF' COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS OF LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the Board
of County Commissioners of Levy County, Florida,
proposes to adopt the following ordinance:

ORDINANCE NO. 2005-03
.i.i. iiVANi :-ORDINANCE OF LEVY COUNTY,
Y FLORIDAk ROVIDFNK3 THA+ TIf 'lfVY COUNTY'
CODE BE AMENDED BY CREATING A NEW
SECTION'50-883 OF SUCH CODE AND AMENDING
SECTION 50-776 OFSUCH CODE; PROVIDING FOR
CRITERIA, STANDARDS, AND CONDITIONS FOR
SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS FOR SUPPORT, AND
OPERATION FACILITIES RELATED TO THE
EXTRACTION OF WATER FOR BULK OR RETAIL
SALES; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY;
PROVIDING A REPEALING CLAUSE; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE;

relating to the Levy County Code provisions.governing
special exceptions for support and operation facilities for
extraction of water. The first of two public hearings on
the ordinance will be held on Tuesday, May 17, 2005 at
10:30 a.m., and the second of two public hearing will be
held on Tuesday, June 7, 2005 at 6:30 p.m., both in the
Board of County Commissioners Meeting Room, Levy
County Courthouse, Bronson, Florida. Copies of said
Ordinance may be inspected by any member of the public
at the Office of the Board of County Commissioners
located at 535 S. Court Street, Bronson, Florida, during
regular business hours or contact by phone at (352) 486-
5218. On the date, time and place first above-mentioned,
all interested persons.may appear and be heard with
respect to the proposed Ordinance.
All persons are advised that, if they decide to
appeal any decisions made at this public hearing, they
will need a record the proceedings and, for such purpose,
they may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the
proceeding is made, which record includes the testimony
and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.
Any person requiring reasonable
accommodations to participate in this meeting should
contact the County Commissioner's Administration
Office at (352) 486-5218.

Tony Parker, Chair
Levy Co. Board of County Commissioners
Pub. May 5, 2005 and May 26, 2005


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Obituaries


Mrs. Roberta Gray
Bramble

Roberta Gray Bramble of
Archer died Sunday, May 1,
2005, at E.T. York Hospice'
Center. She was 84.
Mrs. Bramble was born
in Memphis, Tennessee, and
moved to Archer from Perry
in 1966. She worked in
marketing and sales in the
Atrium.
Mrs. Bramble was a
member of Gainesville Gar-
den Club and a member of
St. Michael Episcopal
Church. She enjoyed travel-
ing and shopping.
She was preceded in
death by husbands James A.
Renfrow and Albert
"Woody" Bramble.
Survivors include a
daughter, Marilyn Bush of
Archer; sons James A.
Renfrow of San Antonio,
Texas, and Robert G.
Renfrow of Botwell,
Washington; six grand-
children; and one great-
grandchild.
Arrangements by Milam
Funeral and Cremation
Services.

Ms. Josephine V.
Carlton
Ms. Josephine V. Carlton
of Chiefland died Monday,
May 2, 2005 in Williston.
She was 83.
Ms. Carlton was born in
Brooklyn, New York and
came to this area from King-
ston, New York in 1987.
She was a nurses' aid and a
member of Family Bible
Chapel in Chiefland.
She is survived by a sister-
in-law, Joan Carlton of
Chiefland; and several nieces
and nephews.
SArrangements were under
the care -of KNAUFF
FUNERAL- HOME,
-Chiefland.

AMrs. Carrie 4.
Daniels

Carrie A. Daniels of
Cross City died Saturday,
April 30, 2005, at her home.
She was 96.
Mrs. Daniels was born in
High Springs and moved to
Cross City from Fort White
in 1929. She was an entre-
preneur.
Mrs. Daniels was a
member of Pickens Temple
United Methodist Church in
Old Town.
Survivors include daugh-
ters Mary Butler, Sallye
Daniels and Harriet
"Pudding" Daniels, all of
Cross City; and two great-
grandchildren. de-
Arrangements made by
Duncan Brothers' Funeral
Home.


Mr. Green
Edmonds Jr.


Green Edmonds Jr. of
Cross City died Monday,
April 25, 2005, at his home.
He was 63.
Mr. Edmonds was a
lifelong resident of Dixie
County and was a graduate
of Dixie County High
School.
He worked as an
automobile salesman and
was a member of the Cross
City Seventh-day Adventist
Church.
Survivors include his
wife, Barbara Ann Edmonds
of Cross City; sons Lenton
Farnell Edmonds of
Fairbanks, Alaska, Patrick
Edmonds of Chiefland and
Daniel Edmonds of Cross
City; brothers Ernest
Edmonds, Lenton Edmonds
and Marvin Edmonds, all of
Cross City, and Gary
Edmonds of Suwannee;
sisters Catherine Davis of
Old Town and Marvine
Gothard of. Cross City; and'
eight grandchildren.
Arrangements by Rick
Gooding Funeral Home in
Cross City.

Sharon Edwards.
Mrs. Sharon Edwards of
Williston died Monday,
May 2, 2005 at North
Florida Regional Medical
Center. She was 57.
Mrs. Edwards was born'
in Miami and moved to
Williston over 25 years
ago.
Mrs. Edwards was a
manager at a retail gro-
cerystore and she enjoyed
reading and painting.
She is survived by, her
husband, James Ed awards
of Williston; son, Larry
Epperson of Ocala;
daughters. Brenda
Krzeminski of Archer and
. Barbara .1.0Conner '
Woodbrie", Virginia;
brother, George Cambera
of Miami, and six grand-.
children.
Arrangements were un-
der the care of Knauff
Funeral Home, Williston.

Mr. Gregory C.
Greco

Gregory C. Greco of
Baton Rouge, La., died
Friday, April 22, 2005, of a
sudden illness. He was 52.
Mr. Greco' was born in
Thibodaux, Lousisana. He
lived in Gainesville for
about- 20 years before
moving to Williston in
1990. He moved back to
Thibodaux in 1992.
He worked for several
law enforcement agencies in
Florida and Louisiana.


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He was a former deputy
with the Alachua County
Sheriffs Office, as well as a
former investigator with the
State Attorney's Office of
the 8th Judicial Circuit. In
Baton Rouge he worked for
the Baton Rouge Metro-
politan Airport Police-Fire-
Rescue Unit and was the
former chief of the arson
division of the Louisiana
State Fire Marshal.
Survivors include his
father, Vincent "Bush"
Greco of Thibodaux; and a
sister, Sharyn Hecard of
New Orleans.
Arrangements made by
Landry's Funeral Home in
Thibodaux.


Mr. Donald Ray
Harris Sr.

Donald Ray Harris Sr. of
Williston died Tuesday,
April 26, 2005,, at North
Florida Regional Medical
Center in Gainesville. He
was 79.
Mr. Harris was born in
Savannah, Georgia, and
moved to Williston in 1936.
He worked in- the
furniture business for many
years before retiring from
the Department of.
Corrections in 1992. He was
a U.S. Navy veteran of
World War II and also a
member of the Levy County
Board of Adjustment.::
He was a member of the
First United Methodist'
Church in Williston.
Survivors include his
wife of 49 years, Bettye
.Battle Harris of Williston;
sons Donald Ray Harris Jr.
of Lake Placid and Daniel:
Glenn Harris of Williston; a.
daughter, .Lana Harris
Harrison of W.ewahitchka;`
and nine grandchildren.
Arrangements made by
Knauff Funeral Home in
Williston. ,

Mr. Ronald Henry
Hill

Ronald Henry Hill of
Morriston died Saturday'
April 23, 2005, in an
automobile crash in
Morriston.: He was. 49.
Mr. Hill was born in
Detroit, Michigan, and
moved to Morriston more,
than 25 years. ago.
He was a truck driver for
Lorraine Horse Transport of
Ocala.
He enjoyed fishing,
sports: and race horses.,'
I Survivors include his,
mother and stepfather, Gene
and Mary Sue McCormick
of Williston; a son, Ronald
J. Williams of Dearborn
Heights, Michigan; a
daughter, Tara Groh of
Dearborn Heights; brothers
David Hill and Neil Hill,
Both of Morriston, Kevin
Hill of Lenexa, Kansas, and
Brian Hill -of Dunnellon;
sisters Rita Cornell 'of
Homer, Mich.. Ruth Hill of
Hillsdale, Mich., Kim
Weber of Dunnellon and
Jenny Cano-Cifuentes of
Trenfton; and three grand-
children.
Arrangements made by
Knauff Funeral Home in
Chiefland.


Mrs. Velma Wynele
Hill

Velma Wynelle Hill of
Summerfield died Wed-
nesday, April 27, 2005, at
her home. She was 69.
Mrs. Hill was born in
Otter Creek and moved to
Summerfield five years ago
from Levy County.
She was a retired


housekeeper for Ramada
Inn after 10 years and was a
member of Community
Baptist Church in Summer-
field.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
James E. Hill.
Survivors include sons
Joseph Steven Street of
Ocala and Clarence E.


Montgomery of Bell; a
sister, Alice Johnson of St.
Petersburg; brothers Ernest
Witt of Missouri and Wayne
Witt'of Huntsville, Ala.; and
seven grandchildren.
Arrangements made by
Watson Funeral Home in
Trenton.


A man's work is from
sunup to sundown, but a
mothers work is never done.


Street of Bronson;.
daughters Gay Hill and
Cassandra Hill, both of
Summerfield; and brothers
Paul Crews, Tommy Crews
and Monroe Crews, all of
Ocala.
Arrangements by Hiers-
Baxley Funeral Services in
Belleview.


Mr. Foy Thomas
Jones

Foy Thomas Jones of
Old Town died Sunday,
April 24, 2005, at North
Florida Regional Medical
Center in Gainesville. He
was 88.
Mr. Jones moved to
Dixie County at a young
age from Glennville,
Georgia. He was a farmer
and rancher most of his life
and a member of Rock Sink
Baptist Church. He was a
former member of the
Florida Farm Bureau, where
he was a past Farm Bureau
Farmer of the. Year.
Survivors include his'
wife of 67 years, Bessie L.
Jones of Old Town; .sons
Jerry Jones bf Cross C it)
and Phelan Jones of
Gainesville; daughters
Lorene Thomas and-
Doretha DeVeer, both of
Old Town; brothers C I de
Jones and Willard Jones,
both of Old Town; sisters'
Mallonea Tomlinson of.
Gainesville, Devonda W\oods
of Branford, and Frankie
Phelps of Merritt Island; 12
grandchildren and 12 great-
grandchildren.
Arrangements by Rick-
Gooding Funeral Home in
Cross City.


1Mrs. L cille Hix

Lucille Hix of Williston
died Sunday, April 24,
2005. at North Florida
Regional Mledical Center.
She was ,76 '
MNrs.. Hix "as'"born in
Georgia' and nioved to'.
\Hiftlirnm' fro'rm the' 'Ocali
Nationalr F6re'st 15 'years
ago. r ]' : -
She was a retired retail
sales "clerk. She was a
member of the ,First Baptist
Church of 'Williston and
was a columnist for the
Williston' Pioneer news-
paper. She l-ved to quilt,
read and crochet.
Surii\ors include her
husband of 60 : )ears,
Charles' Hix of Williston; '
daughters Fay Richardson
of St. C('lair Shores, Mich.,
and Carolyn Murphy of
Trinity, Texas; a son,
Charles E., Hix II of
Brighton, EMich.; i sisters
Mae Wehlunt of Georgia and
Agnes Parmn' of Michigan;
brothers Grover Dinsmore,
of Georgia and William J.
Robinson of South Caro-
lina; five grandchildren and
13 great-grandchildren.
Arrangements made' by
Roberts Funeral Home in
Ocala. ''


Mrs. Claudia E.
Montgomery

Claudia E. Montgomnier)
of Saint Petersburg died
Friday, April 22, 2005, at
her home. She was 80.
Mrs. Montgomery was
born in St. Petersburg and
moved back to St.
Petersburg from Bell in
1999.
She was a member of
Mount Nebo Baptist Church.
Survivors include sons
Dennis Montgomery of
Bell, Michael Montgomery
of. Fort White and Ramie


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Hospice Of The

Tri-Counties

Volunteers Honored


FWC
Weekly
Report For
April 22-28
This report represents
some significant events the
FWC handled over the past
week; however, it does not
include all actions taken by
the Division of Law En-
forcement.
NORTH CENTRAL
REGION
ALACHUA COUNTY
A report of numerous
sightings of a large cat, pos-
sibly a lion or tiger, was re-
ceived from the Waldo area
in the early hours of April
28th.
FWC officers and investi-
gators responded to the area,
along with deputies of the
Alachua County Sheriff's
Office and officers with the
Waldo Police Department. A
perimeter was established
and a search of the area was
.conducted. FWC records
check revealed no one in the
area was permitted to be in
possession of large cats. The
search was canceled by Lt.
David Lee after determining
that no credible evidence of a
large cat; was found in the
area.

LEVY COUNTY
On April 25th, Officer
Rama Shuster was on land
patrol checking fishermen at
the C.R. 40 boat ramp.
During his checks, Shuster
observed a green Chevrolet
S-10 pickup parked in the
boat ramp turning area with
its lights on. In the bed of
the truck was a blue crab trap
with' fresh barnacles and a
"V" number tag attached to
the trap. Shuster then ques-
tioned the driver about the
trap. The driver and passen-
ger of the truck stated that
the trap belonged to a friend
and they had permission to
possess it. Shuster ran the
"V" number through dispatch'
to obtain the identitN of the
o%;ner. "Subsequent coitact
\Oirh th!eta'da'ter te ited
the driver and passenger did
not have permission to pos-
sess the trap. The driver of.
the truck was issued a cita-
tion for the misdemeanor
possession of a saltwater
fisheries trap without permis-
sion as outlined in ss.,
370.1107 (2) (a). The trap
was seized.

Free Sight,
Hearing And,
Glaucoma
Screenings
May 12

The Williston AARP
Chapter is sponsoring the
Ocala Lions Club- Mobile
Unit to perform sight,
hearing and glaucoma
screenings. Learn if you
need glasses, an eyeglass
change, a hearing aid or
treatment for glaucoma at
no cost before you visit an
optometrist or an audiolo-
gist out of town. The unit
will be located next to the
Pavilion in' Linear Park,
Williston on Thursday, May
12, from 9;00 a.m. until
1:00 p.m. Transportation is
available if requested when
making an appointment.
The Williston Lions Club
representatives will be pre-
sent to take applications for
.those needing eyeglasses or
,hearing aid assistance.
Anyone having unused
eyeglasses or hearing aids
can drop them off for the
Lions Club Eyeglass and
Hearing Aid Program.
Please call Adelia Vachon


"Life's most persistent
and urgent question is: what
are you doing for others?"
- Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Volunteers are critical to
the success of many organ-
izations. Volunteers at
Hospice .of North Central
Florida, part of the Hospice
of North Central Florida
(HNCF) network, give
numerous hours in order to
help others.
The HNCF network
covers 16 counties and
includes Gainesville and
Alachua County. More than
20,000 volunteer hours were
spent working directly with
patients and their families.
"All of our hospice
volunteers selflessly help
patients, their families and
the community. It is inspir-
ational working with such a
committed, compassionate
group of people," said
Monica Monahan, manager
of volunteer services.
These dedicated indivi-
duals were honored recently
at the annual Hospice of
North Central Florida Vol-.
unteer Appreciation lunch-
eon held in conjunction with
national Volunteer Appre-
ciation Month, in April;
Certain. volunteers were
recognized for their service
hours (approx. +50 hours),
their special contribution
(not monetary) to the
organization or a special
service performed for a
patient or family. ,
Special recognition went
to Susie Sebring, recipient
of the Helping Hands
Administrative Volunteer


The Florida Crackers
Chapter of the Florida Trail
Association will hold its next
monthly meetiin on Thurs-
day, May 19th at 7:00 p.m. at
the Doyle Connor Building,
1911 SW 34th Street,
Gainesville. The public is
,welcome to attend and find
out about our organization
and our activities. A short
business meeting will be
followed by a talk and slide
,presentation about cave div-
ing by, Allen Heck.. Re-
freshments will be served.
The Florida Crackers
Chapter of the Florida Trail
Association serves residents
of Alachua, Gilchrist, Levy,
and Marion counties. A va-
riety of chapter activities are
scheduled to provide hiking
and other outdoor recrea-
tional opportunities.


Incorporated in 196,4,the
Florida Trail Association is, a
non-profit volunteer organi-
zation responsible for build-
ing, maintaining, promoting.
and. protecting hiking trails
across the state of Florida,
with a special focus on the
1,400-mile Florida Trail, one
of only eight National Scenic
Trails in the United States.
With 17 ,chapters throughout
Florida, the Florida Trail As-
sociation offers educational
opportunities for people, to
learn to appreciate and con-
serve the natural beauty of
Florida, and provides recrea-
tional opportunities for hik-
ing and camping.
The learn more about the
Florida Trail Association and
the Florida Crackers chapter,
visit our website -.at
www.florida-trail.org.


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Award-Tri-County for her
dedication and contributions
since January 2003.
Harry Coleman, recipient
of the Dr. Raymond
Fitzpatrick Award for his
exemplary Hospice volun-
teer service, has served
Hospice for several years.
The award was given to
Coleman for his outstanding
commitment to .community
partnership, building, plac-
ing service above self and.
true humanity as a volun-
teer.
Coleman has been a
Hospice of the Tri-Counties
-volunteer and benefactor
since 2002. He comes to the
care center every morning
to fill bird feeders, buys
fresh roses every week for'
nurses to give to families
who have lost a loved one,
purchased televisions for all
patient rooms, buys mater-
.ials for volunteers to make
pillow covers and afghans
for patients, and has pro-
vided for the needs of many
patients.
Coleman is being
recognized by HNCF for his
extraordinary' volunteerism
and for his most recent gift
of $30,000, which will
name a patient room for him
in memory of his brother,
Norris Coleman,' and his
niece's late husband, Colen
Ratliff, both of whom were
served by HNCF. His .gift
was announced as a
challenge gift to fellow
Levy Countians at the vol-
unteer luncheon. "It makes
me feel better," Coleman,
75, said of his volunteerism.,


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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


Classified Ads
Classified ads are $5.00 per week, 20 words, if ad exceeds 20 words each
additional word is .5, 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
Stuff, things and antique
furniture. Contact 486-
4731. 5/5,12,p
Pace Arrow motorhome,
1986 class A, 34' long,
fully equipped. $15,000,
due to illness. Call 352-
489-7366. 5/5,12,19,26,b
92 Chevy Lumina, A/C,
runs great, looks good,
P/S, power locks/ windows,
$1300 OBO. Contact 352-
486-4365. 4/28, 5/5b
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 1/5/06p.
FOR RENT
Clean, quiet, private room
for rent. No smoking,
drinking or pets. Call 352-
528-0889. 5/5b
HELP WANTED
Professional drivers.
$1000.00 new hire bonus
for experienced, drivers!
---&Call about. dry bulk and
flatbed position at our
Newberry terminal. 866-
300-8759. 5/5,12p
Laborers, siders. roofers,
etc. No experience neces-
sary. Tools and transpor-
tation required. Contact
352-274-0026. Serious ap-
plicants only. 5/5b
Scoggins Chevy Buick in
Chiefland has an opening
for a sales person. Experi-
ence not required, will
train the right person. Fax
resumes to (352) 493-1815'
or' apply in person at 1424
North Young Blvd.
Chiefland. EOE-DFWP.
4/28, 5/5b
Service writer/clerk, peo-
ple person, must have
good clerical skills etc. Ap-.
ply by application. See
Vernon at Scoggins Chevy
Buick., 493-4263. 5/5b
The Williston Post Office,
is currently accepting ,ap-
plications for the position
of Temporary Rural Car-'
tier (TRC). This position
relieves for the regular
carriers' off days and va-
cation days. TRC's need to


be available when called in
to work. Applicants must
possess a valid state
driver's license, have a
good driving record, a
clean criminal back-
ground and drug screen.
TRC's must provide a reli-
able vehicle for delivering
mail. The Salary is $11.55
per hour plus the vehicle
mileage payment. Inter-
ested applicants should
obtain an application from
the Williston Post Office
by May 10, 2005. 5/5 b
Applications now being
taken for Blue Bayou Hair.
Design and Spa, Cedar
Key,, for the following po-
sitions: receptionist, mas-
sage therapist, hairstylist,
nail technician, estheti-
cian. Full or part time. Call
352-543-0470. 5/5,12,b
The Levy County Sher-
iff's Office is accepting
applications for. Deputy
Sheriffs in the Patrol Divi-
sion. You must be a certi-
fied law enforcement offi-
cer in the State of Florida.
Starting salary is $24,000,
increases to $25,000 after
probation. Credit for past
experience' and education
applied to salary after pro-
bation. Complete 'benefit
package& including retire-
ment. Download applica-
tions from website,
levyso.com: and apply in
person, or contact Canduis
Turner, 352-486-5111 ext.
292. The Levy County
Sheriff's Office is an
Equal Opportunity Em-
ployer. 4/28, 5 5,12b
SERVICES
T & J Tree Service. Li-
censed and insured, free
estimates. 17 years experi-
ence. and 24-hr. emer-
gency service. Call 352-
486-62c7. 6:30p

NlMo~ing. trimming, sod.
shrub grooming, mulch-
ing, fertilizing, pressure
washing, seasonal clean
up, complete landscaping!,
Licensed and insured. Call
Terry, (352).486-1365, Cell
(352) 281-3203. 5/26b tfn
Trees, Trees, Trees.
Langston Tree Service.
Inc. Call (352) 463-0021
5/26 b tfn
YARD SALE


Moving Sale, May 7th and
8th, from 8:00 am till 5:00
p.m. Fireplace, pick-up
bedliner, furniture,
housewares, and more. At
800 Wekiva Rd. in Bron-
son. For questions or di-
rections call 352-486-6474.
5/5b

A note on Mother's refrig-
erator: "God promises to give
us our daily bread. He doesn't
guarantee it will be buttered."


Levy County

Sheriff's

Report
The Levy County Sheriffs
Department released the fol-
lowing arrest report on Mon-
day, May 2, 2005.
On April 22, 2005, Annette
Plank Burney of Inglis,.
D.O.B. 8/24/67, was arrested
on charges of possession of
methamphetamine and listed
precursor chemicals. Bail in
the amount of $15,000 was
set.
On April 22, 2005, Nicho-
las Russell Eugene
Hammond of Inglis, D.O.B.
10/7/81, was arrested on
charges of possession of.
methamphetamine, posses-
sion of methamphetamine
with intent to sell, and pos-
session of cannabis less than
20 grams. Bail in the amount
of $10,000 was set.
On April 22, 2005, Mat-
thew Robert Krajewski of"
Inglis, D.O.B. 6/27/77, was
arrested on a Levy County'
warrant on charges of lewd
or lascivious molestation on
child 12-16 years of age,
lewd or lascivious exhibition.
and burglary of dwelling
with battery. Bail in the
amount of $250.000 was set.
On April 22, 2005. Joseph
Robert Pimental of Dunnel-
lon, D.O.B. 12/4/77, was ar-
rested on charges of posses-
sion of methamphetamine
while armed, possession of
precursor chemicals, and
possession of drug parapher-
nalia. Bail in the amount of
$32,500 was set.
On April 22, 2005, Chris
Narciso Rowe of Inglis,
D.O.B. 7/16/62, was arrested
oif' .arges of po session .,of.
methamphetamine and pos-
session of precursor chemi-
cals. Bail in the amount of
$15,000 was set.
On April 22, 2005. Grant'
H. Weller of Cross City,
D.O.B. 6/9/67. %was arrested
on charges of possession of

short-barrel shotgun and pos-
session of drug paraphema-
lia. Bail in the amount of
$10.000 was set.
On April 23. 2005, Jenhi-
fer N. Mills of Old Town,
D.O.B. 8/20/82. was arrested
on a Levy County warrant on
the charge of failure to ap-
pear/no valid driver's li-.
cense. She was released on
her own recognizance.
Qn April 24. 2005, Jacques
Edwards of -Williston.
D.O.B. 8/19/83, was arrested
on a Levy County warrant on
the charge of violation of:
probation/possession and
sale of cocaine. No bond was
set.
On April 24, 2005, Danny-
J. Sapsin of Chiefland.
D.O.B. 12/27/78, was ar-
rested on charges of posses-
sion of cannabis less than 20.
grams and possession of drug
paraphernalia. Bail in the
amount of $2,500 was set.
On April 25, 2005, Scott
Charles Hood of Inglis,
D.O.B. 11/24/74, was ar-
rested on charges of manu-
facture of methamphetamine
Jlab, possession of metham-
phetamine, possession of'
precursor chemicals, and
possession of drug parapher-
nalia. Bail in the amount of
$15,000 was set.
On April 25, 2005, James
Randolph Johnson of Bron-
son, D.O.B. 1/7/55, was ar-
rested on a Levy County
capias on the charge of ag-
gravated battery on a person
using a deadly weapon. Bail
in the amount of $25,000
was set.
On April 25, 2005, James
Randolph Johnson of Bron-
son, D.O.B. 1/7/55, was ar-


rested on a Levy County
capias on charges of
flee/elude police with prop-
erty damage and aggravated
. assault on a police officer (2
counts). Bail in the amount
of $25,000 was set.


On April 25, 2005, James
Randolph Johnson of Bron-
son, D.O.B. 1/7/55, was ar-
rested on a Levy County
capias on the charge of bat-
tery on person 65 years of
age or over. Bail in the
amount of $25,000 was set.
On April 25, 2005, Joseph
Robert Pimental of Dunnel-
lon, D.O.B. 12/4/77, was ar-'
rested on the charge of
manufacture of metham-
phetamine lab. Bail in the
amount of $10,000 was set.
On April 26, 2005, Sadie
M. Harris of Williston,
D.O.B. 8/15/59,.was arrested
on the charge of failure to
pay child support. A cash
purge of $172.00 was re-
quired.
On April 26, 2005, Jaree
Gale Jimenez of Jackson-
ville, D.O.B. 1/15/71, was ar-
rested on the charge of driv-
ing while license suspended
or revoked. Bail in the
amount of $5,000 was set.
On April 26, 2005, Brian
C., Shample of Fanning
Springs, D.O.B. 8/26/83, was
arrested on a Levy County,
capias on charges of failure
to appear/battern and no
valid driver's license. Bail in
the amount of $11,000 was
set... .
On April 26, 2005, Jackie
C. Wallace of Williston.
D.O.B. 6/3/61, was arrested
on charges of domestic as-
sault and failure to ap-
pear/driving while license
suspended or revoked with
knowledge. Bail in the
amount of $2.500 was set on
the first charge of $2,500 on
the second.
On April 27. 2005, Jack
David Dampier of Alachua.
D.O.B. 7/28/65, was arrested
at'the Levy County Jail on a
Levy County warrant on the
charge of % violation of proba-
tion(dcriying while, under, the
influence. He was being held
without bond at the time of
publication.
On April 27, 2005, Stacy
Gilbride of Brson. D.O.B.
4/16/63. was arrested on an
Alachua County warrant on
the charge of writ of bodily
attachment. A cash purge of
$1.400 was required.

On April 27, 2005. Chris-
topher D. Haley of Bronson.
D.O.B. 3/25/87. was arrested
on the charge of no valid
driver's license. No disposi-
tion was given on the report.
On April 27. 2005. Louann
Harrison of Cross City,
D.O.B. 4/16/80. was arrested
on a Levy County capias on
the charge, of failure to ap-
pear/resisting arrest without
violence. Bail in the amount
of $10.000 w as set..,
On 'April 27, 2005, Bur-
man D., Pasco of Tampa,
D.O.B. 1,2/27/77, was ar-
rested on a Pinellas County
warrant on charges of
worthless check (3 counts)..
A cash purge of $300 was
required.
On April 27; 2005, Tho-
mas M. Pettigrew of
Chiefland, D.O.B. 3/13/87,'
was arrested on an Alachua
County warrant on charges
of violation of probation/flee
and elude law enforcement
(2 counts), violation of pro-
bation/aggravated assault
with intent to commit felony,
and violation of proba-
tion/grand theft. He was
being held without bond at
the time of publication anid
was awaiting transport to
Alachua County. -
On April 28, 2005, Mi-
chael J. Karnes of Trenton,
D.O.B. 11/24/82, was ar-
rested on a Dixie County
warrant 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 April 28, 2005, Wil-
liam E. Nordheim of Gib-
sonton, D.O.B. 7/20/69, was
arrested on a Levy County
capias on the charge of fail-
ure to appear/driving while
license suspended or re-
voked. Bail in the amount of
$10,000 was set.


Page Thirteen



WANTED IN LEVY (OUNTY


Melissa Nicole
Conway
Date of birth: 7-4-78
Last known Address:
Alachua
Wanted for: FTA
Larceny, Cruelty
Child.


James Ira Douglas
Date of birth: 2-5-87
Last known Address:
Williston
Wanted for: Burglary,
Larceny.


. .. .. .. ..


James S. Ellerby, Jr.
Date of birth: 11-7-65
Last known Address:
Chiefland
Wanted for: VOP
Battery.


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Todd K. Hubbard
Date of birth: 8-22-51
S. Last known Address:
S ;' Chiefland
*'- 'Wanted for:
Aggravated Assault.


Cheryl Fulladosa
Date of birth: 7-3-86
Last known Address:
Bronson
Wanted for: Sex
Offense Against Child
12-15.


Kelvin L. Thompson
Date of birth: 2-24-79
Last known Address:
Williston
Wanted for: FTA No
Driver's License.


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.


Road
Department
Report
Bruce Greenlee, Adminis-
trative Road Superintendent
of the' Levy County Road
Department, presented the
following roads to the Le\\
County Board of County
Commissioners on Mal 3Y.
All of the road improvements
were approved by the board.
The following properties are
not county maintained and
are slated for one-time
maintenance
NE 92". .Court-begin-
ning at CR 102 and ending at
NE 57"' Place. four loads of
rock/grade for an estimated
cost of $1.200.
NE 55'i Street and NE
139'b Avenue in Country Es-
tates subdivision, beginning
at NE 137th, Terrace and
ending at NE 58th Lane, one
load of rock/grade with an
additional hour of grading
for an estimated cost of
$367.00
NE 77'" Place in Uni-
versitN Estates subdivision.
beginning at NE 90th Avenue
and ending at NE 105" Ave-,
nue. ten loads of rock/grade
with an additional four hours
of grading for an estimated
cost of $3.268.00.
SE 68'" Lane in Ocala
Highlands West subdivision,
beginning at SE 218th Ave-
nue and ending at SE 210th
Avenue, two hours of grad-
ing for an estimated cost of
$134.00.
SW 113th Terrace in,
Cedar Key Mobile Home
Paradise, beginning at SR 24
and ending at, the end of the
road, one load of rock and
one hour of additional grad-
ing for an estimated cost of
$367.00.
SW 72nd Place and SW
75th Street in Coastal Oaks
subdivision, beginning at CR.
347 and ending at SW 132nd
Terrace, three hours of.
grading for each road for a
total of six hours of grading,
for an estimated cost of
$402.00.
SW 67th Place in Cedar
Key Highlands subdivision,
beginning at CR 347 and
ending at'SW 132nd Avenue,
two' hours of grading for an
estimated cost of $134.00.
SW 122nd Court, begin-
ning at Shiloh Road and
ending at SW 66th Place,
three loads of rock/grade for
an estimated cost of $900.00.
Other Road Department
business which received ap-
proval was the submission of
CR 320 to the 2006-2007
SCRAPS program for possi-
ble funding. The county will
be submitting CR 345 and
CR 323 to the 2006-2007
SCOP program to hopefully
receive funding for paving.

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Indians Continue

To Win


By Portia Sache
They began their season on
Valentine's Day. The
Chiefland High School girls'
softball team won their
opening game at home
against Bronson. Then, they
continued to play at least two
games each week for the next
ten weeks, winning each one.
The Lady Indians traveled
to Williston for the last
regular season game on April
19th. When that game was
concluded, the Lady Indians
had won 21. straight games
and were undefeated.
The Lady Indian roster in-
cludes Britany Arrington,
Samantha Arrington, Kelly
Braswell, Amanda Hinote,
Sabrina Hazelief, Kristen
Holland, Sharone Hollins,
K.K. Matheny, Whitney
Mills, Erica Pitts, Deanna


Sikes, Karyn (Cupcake)
Smith, Rhasheta Smith, Kari
Stephens, Brooke Sheppard,
and Megan Weatherford. The
team is coached by Wayne
Weatherford and Tammy Ar-
rington.
The Indians met Bell's
girls in the first round of the
district 5, 2-A play-offs on
Thursday, April 28th at
Trenton. A win against Bell
advanced the Indians to meet
Trenton's Lady Tigers on
Friday, April 29th.
The Lady Indians will
meet Ocala's Trinity Catho-
lic at Chiefland in the re-
gional quarter finals play-off
games on Thursday, May 5th
at 7:00 p.m. The winner of
that game will play Taylor
Pierson or Trinity Christian
(Jacksonville) on Tuesday
May 10t.


NOTICE OF ENACTMENT
OF ORDINANCE 2005-02
BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS OF LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the
Board of County Commissioners of Levy County,
Florida, proposes to adopt the following ordinance:
ORDINANCE NO.20 05-02
AN ORDINANCE OF LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA, PROVIDING THAT ORDINANCE 02-07
BE AMENDED; PROVIDING THAT THE LEVY
COUNTY CODE BE AMENDED BY AMENDING
SECTIONS RELATING TO ORDINANCE 02-07,
INCLUDING SECTIONS 50-1, 50-776, 50-850, AND
50-882 OF SUCH CODE; PROVIDING FOR
AMENDMENTS TO PROVISIONS GOVERNING
SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS INVOLVING MINING,.
EXTRACTIONS, AND EXCAVATION OF
MINERAL S AND NATURAL RESOURCES;
PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING A
REPEALING CLAUSE; AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.;
relating to the Levy County Code provisions governing
regulation of mining operations. The first of two public
hearings on the ordinance will be held on Tuesday, May
17, 2005 at 10:30 a.m., and the second of two public
hearings on the ordinance will be held on Tuesday,
June 7, 2005 at 6:30 p.m., both in the Board of County
Commissioners Meeting Room, Levy County
Courthouse, Bronson, Florida. Copies of said
Ordinance may be inspected by any member of the
public at the Office of the Board of County
Commissioners located at 535 S. Court Street, Bronson,
Florida, during regular business hours or contact by
phone at (352) 486-5218. On the date, time and place
first above-mentioned, all interested persons may
appear and be heard with respect to the proposed
Ordinance.
All persons are advised that, if they decide to
appeal any decisions made at this public hearing, they
will need a record the proceedings and, for such
purpose, they may need to ensure that a verbatim record
of the proceeding is made, which record includes the
testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be
based.
Any person requiring reasonable
accommodations to participate in this meeting should
contact the County Commissioner's Administration
Office at (352) 486-5218.
Tony Parker, Chair
Levy Co. Board of County Commissioners
Pub. May 5, 2005 and May 26, 2005




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The City of Chiefland
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9, 2005 at City Hall, 214
East Park Avenue. The pur-
pose of the workshop is to
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City Hall, 214 East Park
avenue, Chiefland, Florida
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