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Title: Levy County journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: R.B. Child
Place of Publication: Bronson Fla
Creation Date: June 9, 2005
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Fishing Tournament
Page 7


Tides
Classifieds
Legals
Obituaries
Church News
Land
Transactions


Page 5
Page 11
Page 6
Page 10
Page 10
Pages 8,9


Former

Aqua

Marine Boat

Dealer

Arrested

For Sales

Tax Theft
The former managing part-
ner of Aqua Marine Sales
and Service of Chiefland has
been arrested in Palm Beach
County, and charged with
theft of sales tax in excess of
$100,000 and five counts of
refusal to file returns and pay
taxes.
Robert Jason Alexander.
36, moved to Boca Raton
after his arrest last year on
grand theft charges. He
claimed that he had to move
to that area to find work as a
mechanic to support his three
young children, Palm Beach
County deputies arrested him
May 27't for failing to file
tax returns and failing to pay
sales tax iin the amount of
$188,343.33.
While .operating Aqua Ma-
rine Sales and Service in
Chiefland, Alexander alleg-
edly kept tax money col-
lected from the sale of doz-
ens of boats and various
other marine equipment: The
law states that sales tax is the
property of the state immedi-
ately upon collection. Cap-
tain Chuck Bastak of the
Levy County Sheriff's De-
partment stated that this is a
very complex case since so
many people are in olved.
He also stated that Alexander
was scheduled to go to trial
in Levy County in March on
the initial grand theft charge,'
but, that he had been given an.
extension when he was as-
signed an additional attorney.
The Florida Department of
"Revenue is seeking informa-
tion from anyone who may
have been involved in any of
Alexander's dealings. You
may reach them in Alachua
at (386) 418-4415.

Corbin Family,
To Have
Reunion
The descendants of Tom
and Mamie Corbin will have
a family reunion on Satur-
day, June 25, 2005 at Hart
Springs in Pavilion B from
10:00 a.m. until ? All rela-
tives and friends are invited
to attend and bring a picnic
lunch to be spread and en-
joyed at 12:30 p.m.


Chelsea Lynn Stump



Crowned 2005 Chiefland



Watermelon Queen

By Anna Wild


On Saturday, June 4, 2005.
12 young ladies competed for
the coveted Miss Chiefland
Watermelon Queen. The
girls donned smiles and
waved in the parade Saturday
morning then met with the
judges and women of the
Chiefland Womnan's Club
for interviews. That evening
the) showed off beautiful
gowns at the Tommy Usher
Pine Land Center for the
final contest. Each girl had a
question to answer for which
the\ hiad no tiie to prepare.
All of the contestants
performed very %%ell, but
a couple stood out from
the crowd. In the end, the
2005 Chiefland Watermelon
Queen was Chelsea- Lynn
Stump who was sponsored
by Pat's Place & Morehead
Auctions.
Chelsea's favorite food is
watermelon (of course), her
fa\ orite .color is green, her.
favorite place to visit is the
Suwannee River,, and her
favorite activity is cooking.
She is a 17-year-old graduate
of Chiefland High School
and plans to attend Santa Fe
Community College. She
also enjoys acting with the


The Queen and her court are, from left, first runner-up jasmine Ward,
Watermelon Queen Chelsea Lynn Stump, 2005 Florida Watermelon
Kelly Addison, and second runner-up Kyra Sears. Photo by Anna Wild
Photography.


Su'vannee Valles Players in
Chiefland and likes to try
new things.
The first runner-up was.
Jasmine Ward, sponsored by
Suwannee Bend Services;
second runner-up was Kyra
Sears, sponsored by Hudson


Farms. The contestants
picked Kelly Braswell
as Miss Congeniality.
Kelly was sponsored by
the Chiefland Athletic
Association.
Everyone did a great job.
and should be proud of


2005 Chiefland
Festival Queen
of Freeze Frame


themselves. It takes a lot
of courage to get up on that
stage and answer the odd
questions they often get.
Congratulations to Chelsea
Lynn Stump. our new 2005-.
Chiefland Watermelon
Queen.


Graduation

By Miriam Blitch
On Tuesday, May 31,
2005, Williston High sen-
iors walked down the aisles
at the Phillips Center in
Gainesville to graduate.
There were one hundred
and, thirteen seniors who
graduated. including six
valedictorians and one salu-,
tatorian.
Principal Gary Clark wel-
comed all the guests and
families who attended the
ceremony. He introduced
senior Laura Mauldin. %who
gave the invocation.
Salutatorian Rachel Berry
gave her speech, beginning
with congratulations to the
class of 2005 and wishing
them all good luck in the
future. She ended her
speech by sa ing. "'Seniors
not onl1 succeed, but be-
lieve you will be able to."
Dirin- Senior Class Presi-
dent Anthony Cox's speech.
he reminisced with his
classmates about all their
years at Williston schools,
from kindergarten through
high school. He thanked his
parents for being so suppor-
tive of him. Cox said We
are here today to add an-
other memory to our scrap-
book and we must never
forget, where we came
from."
There were six valedicto-
rians. three of whom gave
speeches. The valedictori-
ans were Heather Clubb,
Casey Koehler, Travis
Ladd, Sarah Ri\ard, Matt
Rosenfeld and Amber
Sha".


The first valedictorian to
speak was Sarah Rivard.
She thanked everyone who
helped support her. Sarah
told her fellow classmates
to, "hAl\a\s succeed," and
"The greater the obstacle,
the greater the glor> ."
Heather Clubb was the
second aledictorian to give
a speech. She thanked her
family friends and teachers
for their support. In her
speech., she said. "'Have
enough faith to vanquish
depression to make each
da\ better then yesterday."
Casey JKoehler gave the
third aledictor. speech. In
her speech Cases said, "It is
hard to believe \\e are here,
but we are and I, want to
thank mN parents for having
faith in me, and I Nould like
to thank God for helping me
make it here tonight." Ca-
se. went oh to tell her fel-
Slo\ seniors to. "'Remember
all the little things that de-
fine our high school years."
Principal Clark addressed
the class of 2005 in a sup-
portive speech. He told the
students that it is their heri-
tage to stand tall and strong
and to overcome all obsta-
cles to succeed in life. He
told them it was their choice
to succeed.
The top ten students in the
2005 Williston High School
Senior Class were Rachel
Berry, Heather Clubb, Ca-
sey Koehler. Travis Ladd,

Continued on page 4


51 st Annual Watermelon Festival Begins With Miss

Princess And Little King And Queen Contests


By Portia Sache
Chiefland's 51st annual
Watermelon Festival began
Friday evening, June 3rd,
with the Miss Princess
Contest at the Tommy
Usher Pine Land Center.
The evening began N% ith the
introduction of the 2004
reigning Princess, Amber
Tindale. The crowning


event, of the evening
occurred when Hayley
Miller was selected as 2005
Watermelon Princess.'
Ms. Miller's princess
court included first runner-
up, Erika Drummond and
second .runner-up, Sarah
Mitchell. Princess Hayley is
.the daughter of Charles and
Shirley Miller of Chiefland.
Outgoing Princess Amber


Hayley MilkLr, the 2005 Chiefland Watermelon Festival
Princess.


congratulated all the
girls vying for princess.
She offered, words of
encouragement saying, "All
of 3ou are beautiful and
all of you ard winners in
your quest to become the'
princess."
Tv ent) -fi e young women
competed for the honor of
wearing the princess crown
in 2005. The princess contest
is open to middle school girls
and has become one of the
more popular features of the
annual Watermelon Festival.


:Other contestants included
Sierra Bollinger, Kali
Bowen, Katherine Bowker,
Ashley Cole. Shelby Cruz,
Cassandra Cummings,
Ka. lee Ecker. Jessica Engel,
Carrie Fitzgerald, Alyssa
Guerry,. Kaylin Hastings,
Brittany Henderson,
Mercedes Jenkins, Danielle
Kearns, Shelby Lamb,
Kira Robinson, Arlceisha
Smith, Kate Smith. Lyndsie
Stalvey, Naomi Stewart,
Continued on page 12


Lacee Ward, Little Queen, and Ethan Owens, the 2005
Chiefland Watermelon Festival Little King.


Jacob Nussel receives congratulations from Principal Clark
during last week's Williston High School Graduation.



Inglis Man Found

Dead At His Home


By Cindy Jo Ayers
A 41, year old Inglis man
was found dead in his home
on June 5, 2005. The death
of Vincent Marcus Trigg is
currently being investigated
by the Inglis Police De-
partment.
Once the body of Mr.
Trigg was found the Inglis
Police Department con-
tacted the Levy County
Sheriff's Department for as-
sistance in investigating of


the death. Inglis also re-
quested the assistance of the
Florida Department of Law
Enforcement with the case.
All three agencies are work-
ing together on the ongoing
investigation.
The deceased body was
taken to the medical exam-
iners office in Gainesville
for an autopsy and the re-
sults are being awaited at
this time.


V


Williston High School


oil.








PaeToLV CUT ORALJN ,20


Williston High School class from years gone by.


Levy Sand
By Cindy Jo Ayers
I thought the above photo
might be interesting to some
of our Williston subscribers.
Recently, while looking
through an old photo album,
I came across this photo of
a Williston High School
class. My father, Lloyd
Beauchamp, Sr. was the
second student sitting on the
front row from the left.
My grandparents lived in
Williston for a few years
while my grandfather, J.O.
Beauchamp was a car
salesman for Mr. Herman
Wellman. My father would
have been 83 on July 2nd
this year. He passed away a
few years ago, so now I
have no one to identify the
students in this photo. I sure
would like to know the
name of the students pic-
tured. I know a lot of Wil-
liston citizens would proba-
bly like to know also.
If some of the Journal
readers are willing to share
old family or school photos
let us know. It would be
nice if we could publish
them in the paper. Most of
the old Levy County fami-
lies are connected one way
or another and I'm .sure
Journal readers would all
enjoy seeing more old pho-
tos printed. If you have an
old photo we can scan it
while you wait at the Chief-
land or Bronson Office and
you would not have to leave
your treasured photo.

Tomato and
Green Bean Salad
2 pounds fresh green
beans, trimmed
1/2 cup green onions, cut
into 1/4-inch pieces
1 6-ounce can large pitted
black olives, drained
and habed


1 pint cherry tomatoes,
halved
1/2 cup olive oil
1/2 cup red wine vinegar,
2 tsp. Greek seasoning
1/2 cup crumbled feta
cheese (optional)
In a large saucepan, cover
beans with water. Bring to a
boil over high. heat on
stovetop and cook for 5 min-
utes.
Plunge beans into ice water
to stop the cooking process;
drain;
In a large bowl, combine
beans, onion, olives, and to-,
matoes, stir. Set aside.
,Iri a small bowl, whisk to-
gether olive oil, vinegar, and
Greek seasoning.
Pour oil mixture over bean
mixture. Cover and 'chill for
4 hours.
Sprinkle feta cheese over
salad before serving.,
Yield: 8 servings
Preparation: 20 minutes
Chill: 4 hours


Miss Honey

Says

-Monday, June 6, '12005'
7:00 a.m. Good morning!
Coffee is perking, Sweet
Pea is chewing on a rawhide
bone and yes Peewee is up
here in my chair with me.
There is nothing like the,
love and devotion of little
dogs. They love me without
reservation. They are
always ready to love and
accept me without any
strings attached. All they
need is love, and attention
and yes, they do have my
love.
Oh, before I forget, let me
say Mr. Suggs gave me a:
potted plant and Louie gave
me a bouquet of gardenias.
Where would I be without
friends and my little dogs?
And yes, Berlin, because he


eVy C omly.

J iournjl

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.levyjournal.c0m
The Lvy County Journal is publ,.hed every Thursday by Levy
County Publishing, Inc., P.O. Box 159, Bronson, FL 32621.
Periodicals postage paid at Bronson, Flonda .(U S.P.S. .10-780).
Postmaster send address changes. to Levy Countyv 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-;.tatc.
News & Advertisement Deadline is Monday at 5:00 p.m.
LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL STAFF
Cindy Jo Ayers ...................... ................. Editor
Wilma Jean Asbell .......,..................Production Assistant
Stacey Brown ....................................Production Assistant
M iriam Blitch .......................................Production Assistant
Robin Heath ......................Production Assistant
Tracie Osteen..;...............................Williston Correspondent
Portia Sache ..............................................Reporter at Large


is always there for me and I
thank God for him. Also,
my friend Jen Mayberry,
may God bless and comfort
her in the loss of her
mother.
This will be short and
sweet today, because my
'mind has shut down and I
don't seem able to think!
Yes, Donald I do have a
mind, but it's just on the
blink, so hush!
I stopped and bought a
watermelon, and a
cantaloupe yesterday at
Tillis', but didn't see Terry
(my friend).
Bits and Pieces and
Words of Wisdom
There is no greater burden
than great potential.
We do have a zeal for
laughter in most. situations.
give or take a dentist!
Never grow a wishbone
where your backbone
should be!
Better to be forgotten than
sued!
Al%%aNs buy a good bed
and a good pair of shoes; if
you're rlot in one, you're in
the other! (Except me; I am
.in m recliner) .
You.-o to the TV to turn
your brain off. You go to
the 'computer when you
want to turn it back on!
Flattery is comparable to
suntan lotion or ski-wax, it
cannot be too often or too
recklessly applied.
Evil isn't a cosmological'
riddle, only just selfish
human behavior.
Be the most you can 'be,
so life will be more, because
you were.
Lord fill my mouth with
worthwhile stuff, and nudge
me Lord when I have said
enough!
Nuff said until next week.
May God bless each of you
and stay with you and keep'
you in the palm of his hand.
,So says
Miss Honey


Kurt Leonard Hargarten,
6/9/59, and Donna Lynn
Zucaro, 9/11 49, -both of
Trenton.
Andrew James Neal,
9/16/67, and. Sandra Lee
Daniels, 6/13/70, both of
Gainesville.


Calling All

4-Year-Olds

Voluntary

Pre-K

Enrollment

Available

Calling all four year olds!
Voluntary Pre-K enrollment
applications are available
for school year 2005-2006.
All children in Dixie-
Gilchrist-Levy counties who
will be 4 years old on or be-
fore September 1, 2005 are
eligible to apply. Parent
must provide proof of Flor-
ida residency and child 's
birth certificate.
We will be in the follow-
ing locations to enroll your
child:
Dixie: Tuesday, 6-28-05
from 10:00, a.m. -7:00 p.m.
Space sponsored by Florida
Crown (behind Dollar Gen-
eral in Old Town).
Gilchrist: Tuesday, 6-28-05
from 10:00 a.m. -7:00 p.m.,
Partnership for Strong
Families, 1208 E Wade St.
Trenton.
Levy: Thursday, 6-30-05
from 10:00 a.m. -7:00 p.m.,
(2 locations) Child Care Re-,
sources Center, 212 N.
Main Street, Chiefland and.
Williston Community Cen-
ter.
If parent submitted, VPK
pre-application, enrollment
process will need, to be
completed.
For details, contact Child
Care Resources at 1-866-
312-6491, or : the Early
Learning Coalition of the
Nature Coast at 1-877-840-,
5437.

Luther
Caliaway

Public
Library n
Book Sale
The Friends of ChieflandIs
Luther Calla\\aN Public Li-'
brary are ha\ ing a Book
Sale.
A large variety of books
will be available for all
ages, also audio books, en-
cyclopedias, software, re-,
cords and puzzles.
It will be held Saturday,
June 11th.thru Friday, June
17th during regular library
hours, which are as follows:
Saturday 10 a.m. 3 p.m.,
Monday, Wednesday. 'and
Friday 10 a.m. 5 p.m.,
Tuesday and Thursday 1
p.m. 8 p.m., and Sunday -7
closed.
The library is located at
104 ,NE 3rd St.. Chiefland.,


Ricky Thomas Conley,
1/5/86, and Morgan Dare
Lockhart. 5/3/89, both of
Williston.
SJoseph Duane Wolfe, Sr.
4/14/77, and Sharon Anne
Cannon, 12/27/80, both of
Chiefland.


Levy County History
Thursday, June 9, 2005

101 years ago
Book J From the Levy County BOCC Minutes June,
1904.
Upon motion it was ordered that the petition asking for a
public road to be granted in Sub-Road District No. 3, Gulf
Hammock, be granted and that J. Wilson Sr., Leo Bryan
and H.J. Watkins be. appointed freeholders to view and,
man:the best proposed route for said road; and at the next
regular meeting submit the proper resolution for the pur-
pose of calling an election to determine whether or not this
board shall issue bonds for the purpose of building hard-
surfaced roads.
And...
93 years ago
Book J Board Minutes 1912.
On January 1, 1912, members of the Board of County
Commissioners met for a regular meeting where bills were
read and considered and was noted that it was the first
meeting for "typed" minutes to be used in the "official
docket books."


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


Burley

Wilmer To

Retire

From

Buy-N-Save

In Bronson
Longtime, much loved
Bronson Buy-N-Save em-
ployee, Burley Wilmer, will
be retiring on June 21 from
the local grocery store. Mr.
Wilmer has been employed
at the store since 1994.'
The staff at Buy-N-Save
will be hosting a retirement
barbecue dinner at the store
to honor Mr. Wilmer at
noon time on June 21. All
Mr. Wilmer's many friends
are invited to attend and
wish Burley a happy retire-
ment.


New Rabies
Law Safe
Guards Pets

And The*
Public

On Friday May 27th Gov-'
ernor Bush signed a new ra-
bies law, which will greatly
benefit pets and their own-
ers while protecting, the
public against rabies. Sena-
tor Nan Rich (D-Broward)
and Representative David
Russell (R-Hernando-Cit-
rus) sponsored the legisla-
tion., With passage of this
legislation, Florida joins
thirty-four other states that
either require or recognize
three-year rabies vaccines.
Currently, only fourteen
Florida counties recognize a
three-year rabies vaccine for
the full duration of immu-'
nit%, which has resulted in-
,, thousands. of currently,,vac-,
cinated,--animals being,-re-,
quired, to be revaccinated
for no justifiable medical
reason due to local laws.
The public has become in-
creasingly aware of the
over-vaccination issue. As
one legislator summed it up,
governmentt is finally
catching up with science."
Local .go\ emments and
veterinarians will be re-
quired to follow the new,
law and recognize a rabies
vaccine for its "duration of
immunity" either one or
three years. In order to in-,
corporate the new provi-,
sions in local codes and or-
dinances, the implementa-
tion date is January 1,
2006.
Local goNernments can re-
alize a cost sa\ ings on tags,
forms," and administrative
costs on three-year vaccine
and license requirements. A
standardized rabies/license
certificate will be required.
Veterinarians will still have
the option of using a rabies
vaccine of either one or
three years' duration of im-
munity in their practices.
Rabies titers are not allowed
in lieu 'of revaccination.
While the Florida Animal
Control Association spear-
headed the legislative effort,
the Florida Rabies Preven-
tion and Control Committee
and the Florida Veterinary
Medical Association sup-
ported this important legis-
lation. Incorporating these
new requirements in the
statute will greatly benefit
animals by maximizing pro-
tection against rabies while
minimizing vaccine-asso-
ciated risks.
For further information
contact Lois Kostroski -


Executive Director of the
Florida Animal Control As-
sociation at 866-303-3222.
or FACAA(L-TGRAYE.com


Tom Reitz Resigns As

County Library


Director

Mr. Tom Reitz, who has
been Levy County's Library
Director for the last four
years, resigned his position at
the June 7 Board of County
Commissioners meeting.
Mr. Reitz's resignation will
be effective at the end of this
fiscal year, September 30th.
County Coordinator Fred
Moody told the board that,


Mr. Reitz may actually leave:-
before September 30 be-
cause he has built up some
leave time.
The county commissioners:
discussed whether they need"
a full time library director.
Commissioner Sammy
Yearty told his fellow comrn-
missioners that he felt it was.
necessary due to the county.
having five libraries.


Southern Ag & Turf

Expands In North

Florida and South


Georgia
Southern Ag & Turf of
Hastings, Newberry and
Chiefland, a locally owned
John Deere Dealership, has
announced plans to merge
with John Deere dealers in
North Florida and South
Georgia almost doubling the
geographic territory Southern
Ag currently serves. Jones
Tractor Company, with loca-
tions in Thomasville, Cairo,
and Tallahassee and Marion
Tractor Company of Ocala
will merge with Southern Ag
& Turf, effective September
1, 2005.
Through the merger, each
location will benefit through
access to greater product in-,
ventory, better access to in-
formation, and through im-
proved customer service.
Local management in each
location will remain in place,
benefiting from the com-
bined strength of the merged
companies. Employment at
each location in% o.lved is, ex-
pected to remain constant.


"Our customers will bene-
fit tremendously because of
our merger," said Keith Mar-
shall one of the owners of
Southern Ag & Turf. "We
will have greater purchasing
power and improved access
to inventory. Each of the
dealerships will bring unique
strengths to the merger," said
Marshall. "We have worked
for .several years to build
Southern Ag & Turf's strong
reputation for customer
.service.- Under the 'newly
merged company, our focus
still will be on pro% hiding for
our customers the products
and service they need. With
our increased access to in-
\entory, what we offer cus-
tomers will be even
stronger."
Southern Ag & Turf, es-
tablished in 2000 in Hast-
ings, Florida, sells and serv-
ices John Deere equipment.
In 2001, Southern Ag & Turf
expanded- with dealerships
located. .i n, .N\berry 1-igd
Chiefland. or i


Deadline Nearing To Apply

For 2005-06 Special-

Opportunity Hunts


The deadline to apple for
2005-06 special-opportunitm
hunts offered by the Florida
Fish and Wildlife Con-
servation Commission (FW)-
is June 15.
Special-opportunity hunts
offer hunters vast areas,,
abundant game, low hunter
quotas and excellent
-chances to bag quality deer, '
hog, and released quail on
select wildlife management
areas throughout Florida.
To apply for these,
,permits, visit any license
agent or tax collector's
office or submit an
application online at


A big man is one who makes
us feel bigger when we are with
him.


NI) FWC.com.
Demand for these hunts is
typically greater 'than ;the
number of available slots,
so a random drawing is
conducted to select hunters.
Hunters can improve their
chances by submitting as
many non-refundable $5
applications as they want.
The cost of the hunts for
selected applicants ranges
from $50 to $175.
Visit our website at
MyFWC.com/hunting for
more information on how to
apply for special-op-
portunity hunt permits.


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Applications For Marriage

Filed In Levy County '


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Skipper Henderson of Levy Abstract and Title Company
shown at the melon auction during the Chiefland
Watermelon Festival after he purchased the big melon last
Saturday.

Big Melons Bring $1,105


At Auction
By Cindy Jo Ayers
Local melon growers
stepped up to the plate again
this year to compete for the
"top big melon prize at the
'Annual Chiefland Water-
melon Festieval. which was
held Saturday, June 4t. Lo-
cal auctioneer Cracker John-
'son worked tirelessly to bring
*the best possible price for the
melons.
Brittany Gilliam of
Chiefland had the largest
melon in the youth division.
"Brittany is the granddaughter
of longtime watermelon
grower- Kenneth Matthews.
-Brittany's Jubilee melon
weighed in at 31 pounds. It
sold for $275: to Levy Ab-
stract and Title Company.
Skipper Henderson made the
purchase for his family's
business.
The largest melon in the'
'adult division was grown by
iSTS Farnis (Scott Tucker), of
Trenton. The big rnelonri"'as
a 33 pound Crimson Sweet..
The City of Chiefland. repre-
sented by City Commissioner
Betty Walker, .made the pur-
chase paying $30 for the
melon.
The winning group entry
for three melons as entered
by Clay Gilliam who entered
a group of Jubilees which
totaled 105 pounds. They
were purchased by the City
of Chiefland for $110.,
The second place adult
winner was Scott Tucker
who grew a 31 pound Mardi,
Gras melon. This big melon
sold for $80 to Tommn Her-
rington of Subway of
Chiefland.
The second place youth
melon was grown and en-


SRWMD Gov

To Meet June


On Tuesday, June 14th,
2005, the Suwannee River
Water Management
District's Governing Board
will meet at 9:00 a.m. at.
District Headquarters, High-
way 49 and 90 East, Live
,Oak, Florida. The meeting
is to consider District


tered by Jamie Tucker. Ja-
mie's melon was purchased
by Levy County Property
Appraiser, Francis Akins.
The melon sold for $50.
Spann's Heating and Air
Conditioning purchased the

second place group melon
entry for $130. These Jubi-
lee melons were grown by
Jacqueline Matthews of
Chiefland.
Scotty Tucker entered a 29
pound Crimson S% eet melon
which took the third place
ribbon inthe youth di ision.
Scotty's melon was pur-
chased by Century 21-
Baynard Realty for $60.-
Landon and Lacey
Quincey entered three Jubi-
lees which weighed 100
pounds total. Their entry tied
for the third place award in
the group melon competition.
This large group of beautiful
melons' was' "ptirchased by
Francis Akins, Levy
County's Property Appraiser.'
Tying for third place in
group melon. competition,
was a group of three Mardi
,Gras melons which were en-
tered by Jamie Tucker. Ja-
mie's melons weighed 100
pounds and were purchased
by Subway of Chiefland and.
Baynard Realty.
All proceeds from this
auction go to the Chiefland
Woman's Club. These funds
are used to help pay for the,
expense of the annual-wa-
termelon festival and help the
club pay for man\ of the
community activities such as
scholarships, which the
Woman's Club sponsors
each year.


earning Board

14

business and conduct public
hearings on regulatory and
land acquisition matters.
Follow-ing the Board
meeting, the Governing
Board will attend a
workshop.
All meetings, w% workshops,
and hearings are open to the
public.


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FP&L And
Progress
Energy Florida
Want To Add
"Hurricane
Surcharge" To
Sustain Profits
Florida Retail Federation
and AARP say asking hard-
hit utility customers to pay
twice for hurricane damage
is "greedy"
As Florida residents get
$9.3 million of sales-tax re-
lief on hurricane-
preparedness items this
week, Florida's two largest
utilities are simultaneously
pursuing requests before the
Florida Public Service
Commission to charge their
customers $785 million for
costs related to the -2004 hur-
ricanes.
Consumer advocates and
business groups today called
on the Florida Public Service
Commission (PSC) to pare
down the requests from
Florida Power & Light and
Progress Energy Florida to
add the "hurricane sur-
charge" to their bills, saying
customers shouldn't be asked
to pay twice for the same
services.
According to filings with
the PSC, Florida Power &
Light xants to charge rate-.
payers as much as $533 mil-
lion for expenses related to
last year's storms, to be
added on to customer bills
for the next three years. Pro-
gress Energy Florida is ask-
ing for about $252 million
over two years. For the a% -
erage FP&L residential cus-
tomer using 1,240 kWh per
month, the cost would be
about $92 about $2.57 a
month over three years. For
an average Progress Energy
Florida residential customer
using about 1,215 kWh a
month, the cost would be
about $10'S -- about,$4.50 a
mt.nth'bvertwo'.ars -' ' "
"Floridians thought the
hurricanes of 2004 % ere fin-
ished, and now the utilities
want to hit us again with a
surcharge," said Randy
Miller, vice president for
government affairs of the
Florida Retail Federation,
"Company. shareholders
would take all the profits,
while ratepayers in Florida
would be stuck with all of the
storm restoration costs, pay-
ing higher bills for the next
t% o to three years in the
process. The only way to de-
scribe the utilities' requests is
greed.\."
According to public testi-
mony given by the Office of
Public Counsel, which repre-
sents the public in rate cases,.
some of the hurricane-related
costs-the utilities are asking
to collect have already been'
paid for through base rates..
for example the regular sala-
ries of employees.
Florida Power & Light's
request for a new surcharge
would allow the company to
maintain a 2004 after-tax
profit of about 12.7 percent:
Progress Energy Florida's
surcharge would maintain, a
2004 after-lax profit of about
13.5 percent for the com-
pany's shareholders.
The profitS being sought
by Progress Energy Florida
and FP&L are well in excess
of what the vast majority of
ratepayers would consider to
be a reasonable return on
their investments.
For example, the current
,return on fully guaranteed
30-year U.S. Treasury bonds
is about 4.5 percent. Com-
mon estimates of stock mar-
ket returns such as those


used by the Social Security
Administration's Office of
the Actqary assume aver-
age annual returns on com-
mon stock equity of about
6.5 percent plus inflation
(currently totaling about 9.4
percent) over the long term.
"Large numbers of
AARP's 2.7 million Florida
members are served by these
two utilities, many of whom
were directly impacted by
these hurricanes and, as a re-
sult, suffered millions of


County Commissioner Nancy Bell on left shown with Anne
White at this week's commissioners meeting. Commissioner
Bell presented Ms. White an appreciation certificate for all
her help supporting, the commercial fisherman and clam
farmers in this area. Ms. White travels at her own expense to
lobby for fisherman's rights throughout the southeast.


dollars in uninsured losses,"
said Lori Parham, AARP's
Associate. State Director -
Advocacy. :"Many of our af-
fected members and the mil-
lions of other residential
customers, irrespective of
their ages or economic con-
dition, will never be 'made
whole' financially from their
storm damages, yet these
electric utilities are asking
the PSC to make customers
pay for every penny of the
costs of restoring their sys-
tems so that their high profits
and shareholders are not im-
pacted."
Under separate stipulated
agreements with the PSC,
Progress Energy Florida and
Florida Power & Light are
permitted to petition for a
rate increase if their annual
returns fall below ten per-
cent. In exchange for public
regulation, the utility compa-
nies get %irtual.n onopolie- in
their respective mark'els ahid
what amounts to a guaran-
teed return on, equity for
shareholders of at least ten
percent..
In a 1993 order regarding
an FPL request, to establish a
storm-damage self-insurance
fund, the. PSC found that it
was "inappropriate to trans-.
fer all the risk of storm loss
directly to ratepayers."
Parham added: "AARP is
not. opposed to residential
customers paying some of
the costs of repairing these
regulated utilities, but -be-
lieves PSC precedent and
fundamental fairness should
require each utility to pay for
repairs until their profits are
reduced to ten percent."

The Florida Retail Fed-
eration is a state ide trade
association wiili more than
10,000 incmbe'rs, represent-
ing an industry that contrib-
'utes about three quarters of
Florida's gross domestic
product.. Retailing is .Flor-
ida's second;' largest em-
ploymetlt industry. providing
more than $25 billion in
wages annually and one out
of five jobs in the state.
Florida retailers collect and
remit over $19 billion in
sales and retail-related taxes,
- about 75 percent of Flor-
ida's budget dollars, come
from retail-related activities.
For more information, visit
www.frf org.'
AARP is a nonprofit, non-
partisan membership organi-
zation that helps people 50+
have independence, choice
and control in ways that are
'beneficial and affordable to
them and society as a whole.
AARP Foundation is an af-
filiated charity thai provides
security, protection,' and
empowerment to older per-
Ssons in need with support
from thousands of volunteers,
donors, and sponsors. We
have staffed offices in all 50
states, the District of Colum-
bia, Puerto Rico, and 'the
U.S. Virgin Islands. For
more information, visit
www.aarp.org.

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Health

Department

To Sponsor

Freedom

From

Smoking

Clinic

June 15
The Levy County Health
Department, along with the
American Lung
Association, announces the
Freedom From Smoking
clinic at 5 p.m. on. June 15,
2005 at the Levy County
Health Department in
Bronson. The American
Lung Association has been
helping smoker'T f6f many
\ear%:' Ve "HbW 6ffet' the:
latest information on how to
quit,and stay quit.
A "Thinking About
Quilting" session will be
'held at 5:00 p.m. on June
15, 2005 at the Levy County
Health '-'Department in
Bronson. Interested parties
can register at the session,
or by, phoning Slande
:Celeste at (352) 493-6774
or the Levy County Health
Department at (352) 486-
.5300.
;Freedom' From Smoking
is an eight-session stop-
smoking clinic sponsored
by. :the Levy County Health
Department and the
American Lung
Association. Professionally
trained instructors help
smokers create a supportive
environment to break the
smoking addiction.
During the Freedom from.
Smoking clinic, the
instructors will teach a step-
by--step method" for'
changing behavior and
quitting smoking. The group
approach uses positive
thinking, alternative
beha\ iors, one-on-one help,
rewards and group. support
to help participants stop
smoking.

will develop an individual
plan for quitting.

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Field of UF/IFAS wildflowers.


UF/IFAS Researchers

Find Alternative Crop

For Tobacco Farmers


Researchers with the Uni-
versity of Florida's Institute
of Food and Agricultural
Sciences, or UF/IFAS have
found an alternative source
of income to help replace the
revenue tobacco farmers are
losing. Although there is,
probably no single replace-
ment crop for tobacco, native
wildflower seed is one alter-
native crop that could. play a
meaningful role in alleviating
some of the revenue losses in
the tobacco-based economy
of 20 northern Florida coun-
ties, including Gilchrist.
While Florida \\ ildflot\ er
seed production and market-
ing is in its infancy, there is a
.growing market. There is'a
strong demand for native
i ildflox\er seed derived from
naturally occurring Florida
populations but Florida's.
fledline native wildflower
seed industry cannot meet
current and projected de-
mand. So instead of pur-
chasing seed from within n the
state, agencies such as The
Florida Department of
Transportation (FDOT) are
fortied to. buy, seed,.from ma-.
jor seed producing states-
such as Texas.
"We tryi to look for the
Florida ecotype or the Flor-
ida grown seed, because
we're getting research back
from the universities that say
it has a .better re-seeding
value here in Florida because
it's our soil types," said Tim
\Allen, Maintenance Rating
Program/Roadside manager
for FDOT. "Whatever I
can't get of the Florida
.cro\ n, then I look, towards
the other suppliers from out-
side the state.
"The Florida .co-op. has
only been around for a cou-
ple of years now, so I think
we've only bought Florida
grown seed for, about three
years now.'.
FDOT is currently the
largest buyer of wildflower
seed in Florida. Other large
land management agencies,
such as Water Management
Districts, along with: private
companies that must reclaim
large .areas of land also have
expressed strong interest in
purchasing Florida ecbtypes
of native wildflower seed.
Goldenmane Tickseed was
the most frequently grown
xildtlo\%er crop in 2002, and
the most profitable species.,
However, since this species'


is the one in greatest supply -
Sand supply is expected to in-
crease a slight drop in price
could occur within the next
few years if efforts are not
made to facilitate an increase
in demand.
Florida ecotype wildflower
seed has potential as a high-
value crop. Depending on
species, Florida growers are
currently receiving '$35 100
per .pound, with typical
.yields of 20 60 pounds per
acre.
It should be noted that al-
thouigh wildflower seed pro-
duction can help replace lost
tobacco revenue, it will re-
quire an investment of time
and money. "Even though
seed price is high, it's not a,
'get rich quick' business,"
said UF/IFAS wildflower re-
searcher, Dr. Jeff Norcini,
who 'is based at the North
Florida Research and Educa-
tion Center in Quincy
(NFREC-Quincy). "New
growers should start small,
and then expand; be prepared
to invest dollars and sweat
quit ,
-According ato the. Florida
Department of Agriculture
and Consumer Services'
(FDACS) publication. "Na-
tive WVildtlower Seed Pro-

duction in Florida," x\ild-
flowers for seed production
can be grown in field or
landscape fabric production
s) stems. Details about theses
two t pes of seed production.
including costs, are discussed
,in this publication, to which a
direct link can be found on-
line on the NFREC-Quincy's
website.
Growers interested in
starting a wildflower seed,
operation can purchase seed
from the Wildflower .Seed
and Plant .Growers Associa-
tion, Inc., a co-operative of
,Florida growers, which was
established in 2003. If pur-
chased from another source,
the FDACS offers this tip,
"Wherever transplant or seed
is purchased, make sure that
the original source was a
naturallY' occurring popula-
tion in Florida." -.
Growers and land owners
interested in starting a wild-
flower seed operation can
visit
http://nfrec.ifas.ufl.edu/wildfl
owers.htm for more informa-
tion, publications and links.


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Raise The Flag, Honor


America
Woodmen Lodge 626 and
Rangers 841 of the Tri-
County area, (Dixie, Gil-
christ, and Levy) are encour-
aged to honor our nation's
colors by participating in a
"Flags Across America"
ceremony on Flag Day, June
14, 2005 at 9:30 a.m. in front
of the Woodmen Lodge on
Highway 26, five miles west
of Trenton.


Aunt Sandy's room at The Picket Fence in Bronson.


Bronson Has New

Family Run Business,

"The Picket Fence"

Opens Saturday


Lifelong Bronson resident
Carolyn Partin Hunt will see
a long time wish fulfilled
this Saturday, June 11, with
the opening of her new shop
in Bronson. Carolyn's busi-
ness "The Picket Fence"
will be celebrating with a
Grand Opening that will be-
gin at 10 a.m.
This combined effort of
several family members,
which includes Faye Partin,
Fawn Owens and longtime
friend Sandy Haddock, will
bring a new shopping ex-
perience to Bronson. The
girls will have many items
to sell including antiques,
collectables, crafts, stamp-
ing supplies and gift
items.
,1 t


, Continued from page one
Laura Mauldin, Jacob Nus-'
sel, Sarah Rivard, Matt
Rosenfeld, Amber Shaw,
and Kellie Williams.
Members of the National
Honor Society included
Houston Barnett, Rachel
Berry, Chris Blair, Heather
Clubb. Shay Davis, Saman-.
tha Edmundson, Lenora,
Floyd, Heather Fors\the.
Jose Jiminez, Casey
Koehler, Travis Ladd, Am-
ber Martin, Laura Mauldin,


Suwannee Valley Pla ers
announces its upcoming
production of Godspell,. a
musical in two' acts, by
John-Michael Tebelak and
new lyrics by Stephen
Schwartz. Performances
will be held two consecutive
weekends: June 10-19,
2005. There is a
Student/Seniors Night,
Thursday, June 16 at 8:00


At the Grand Opening,
which will last until 5 p,m.,
shoppers will be served tea
and cookies. Carolyn, who
has worked tirelessly to
bring this new business to
town, invites everyone to
come out and help her cele-'
brate the opening of The
Picket Fence. The business
is located at 150 East Hath-
away Street in Bronson on
.Alt. 27 next to the Capital
City Bank.
Carolyn also has some
Space still available for local
dealers to sell antiques, col-
lectables or craft items. You
can contact her at 486-3000
for more information.
I' .


Jacob Nussel,. Sarah Ri\ard,
Matt Rosenfield. Amber
Sha%. Alicia Vause. Kellie
Williams and Ricky Wil-
liams.
After the graduation cere-
mony ended, seniors re-
ceived, congratulations,
gifts, flowers and lots of
hugs from their families and
friends.
The Williston Senior Class
of 2005 has now set, the
wheels in motion to begin
their bright futures.


p.m. ($1 off regular price
(2nd) Thursday only), and
performances are held both
Friday and Saturdays: 8:00
p.m.,: and Saturday &
Sunday matinees: 2:30 p.m.
Tickets are $8.00 for
adults and $6.00 for
students and children over
5-years of age. All children
under five are admitted free,
but may sit in a lap.


Let's help create a "Sea of
Flags" waving from coast to
coast by getting together to
raise the flag in our commu-
nity. All local veterans'
groups, schools, scout troops,
and others are invited to take
part with Woodmen mem-
bers.
For more information,
contact your Woodmen rep-
resentative or Kenneth or
Karen Turner at 352-463-
2308.


R. Kirby Barrick

Named Dean Of

UF/IFAS College of

Agricultural And Life

Sciences


An associate dean from the
University of Illinois has
been named dean of the Col-
lege of Agricultural and Life
Sciences at the University of
Florida's, Institute of Food
and Agricultural Sciences,
or UF/IFAS. His appoint-
ment becomes effective Au-
gust 25, 2005.
R. Kirby Barrick, associate
dean for academic programs'
in the College of Agricul-
tural, Consumer, and Envi-
ronmental Sciences at the
University of Illinois at Ur-
bana-Champaign, was se-
lected to lead the UF/IFAS
college by Jimmy Cheek,
UF senior vice president for
agriculture and natural re-
sources.
Cheek said Barrick will
provide visionary leadership
to the College. of Agricul-
tural and Life Sciences and
will significantly advance its
strategic goals in .the com-
ing years.
"Kirby Barrick is an out-
standing teacher and
scholar,. Cheek said.- "He
has' a-i'iinpre4i.\e record of
leadership in advancing edu-
cational and research pro-
grams wherever he. has
served.
"As a department chair at
Ohio State University. Dr.
Barrick successful) com-
bined agricultural education
and communications and ru-
ral sociology restructured
the faculty and focused the
research agenda," he said.
"As associate dean at Illi-
nois. he made' significant
improvements to the under-
graduate and graduate edu-
cation programs, including
the development of a strate-
gic plan for mo\ ing the col-
lege forw ard."
Barrick has held the asso-
ciate dean position at the


Productions are held at the
Chief Theatre, '25 E. Park
Avenue. Chiefland.
Godspell opens with the
gathering of disciples who
perform 'the parables as"
Jesus tells them. Soon,
members narrate and sing
and it encourages each of
them 'to find their own
lessons. The .followers'
encourage the audience to
join in the songs and
lessons.' Act two begins as,
they are entering Jerusalem,'
with warnings for us all. to
avoid temptation. Turn
back, O man.
For more information
contact Suwannee Valley
Players at email SVPlayers
@aol.com or leave a
message at the theatre at
352-493-ARTS.

Clearwater,
Woman Dies
After Being
Struck By A
Tree At Ginnie
Springs Park
The Gilchrist County
Sheriff's Office reported that
a Clearwater woman was
camping with some friends
when she was struck by tree
limbs from a falling tree and
died on Sunday in a
Gainesville hospital.


University of Illinois since
1996. He is also a professor
of agricultural education in
the university's Department
of Human and, Community
Development.'
From 1980 to 1996 Barrick
was a faculty member at the
Ohio State University,
where he was appointed
chairman of the Department
of Agricultural Education
and assistant director of the
university's 4-H youth de--
velopment program.
Prior to his: service at Ohio
State, Barrick was director
of two major research and
development centers funded
by the state of Ohio. These
centers provided leadership
and budget authority for ef-
forts in four departments
across three colleges.
, Barrick has written 116
journal articles.. secured
more than $5.8 million in
grants and contracts and,
chaired 20 graduate commit-
tees. He received bachelor's,
master's and'doctoral de-
grees in agricultural educa-
tion from the 'Ohio State
U niversit\ ...-- ., .
AMdbttg1 hias" numerous'
awards, Barrick has received
the Ohio, State College of
Food, Agricultural and Envi-
ronmental Sciences Distin-
guished Alumni Award and
the Distinguished Educator
Award from the National
Association of Colleges and
Teachers of Agriculture. He
has been named a Fello\\ in
the American Association
for Agricultural Education.
He is married to Susan Bar-
rick, assistant dean for de-'
\elopment and. alumni rela-
tions at the Uni\ersitr of Il-
linois' Graduate School of
Library and Information
Science. .
By: Don Poucher (352)
392-0437, info, ifas.ufl.edu


Deanna Hatchell, 31, of
Clearwater, was staying
overnight in a camping area
known as Turkey Roost in
the Ginnie 'Springs Park
when an 80-foot water oak
tree broke 'off at the trunk
and fell into the camping.
area. Gilchrist County Sher-
iff's Investigator Bryant Frye
reported that two off-duty
Florida Highway Patrol offi-
cers were in the park pro-
yiding security when the ac-
cident occurred around 8:30'
p.m. Saturday.
The security officers
contacted Gilchrist County
911. Sheriff's deputies and
Emergency Medical Service
personnel responded to the
scene. The paramedics ar-
rived on the scene and stabi-
lized the patient while
Shands Life Flight was called
to airlift the patient to a
Gainesville hospital.
Ms. Hatchell was -admit-
ted and treated for severe
trauma. On Sunday the pa-
tient was reported to have
died from injuries sustained
in the accident.
A Gilchrist sheriff's
spokesman reported that the
area where the accident oc-
curred' is still closed off to.
the public. Ginnie Springs, a
world attraction for under-

water divers, remains open, to
.the public.


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Log Cabin
Quilters
The Log Cabin Quilters
met Thursday, May 26th at
the Levy County Quilt Mu-
seum. Quilting goes on each
week and we'll soon be put-
ting in two new ones. We
have decided to use the
"Flower of the Month" quilt
that now hangs at Wal-Mart
for our give-away quilt at the
Show in December. We
have never given away a
quilt that is embroidered.
On Wednesday, Jarrod and
ten boys were out to work on
all the things that needs do-
ing. One cleaned my little
garden and planted different
kinds of peppers. In the af-
ternoon after the mowing and
trimming was done they
learned how to make sauer-
kraut. They chopped cab-
bage and packed it in jars
then it was finished inside. It
was a great learning experi-
ence for them and they do so
many things out here that I
can't get to. They painted
the new water pump house
and it was a great day for all
of us.
, Linda Chapman came by,
She is here from Connecticut
and she makes many of the
dolls we have here. \Ve hope
she will be coming back to
stay soon.
Lunch was great. Betty
made lemon pie and we had
rice and chicken,' egs. salad.
and fresh peaches.
Winnelle Home


Log Cabin
Quilters
The Log Cabin Quilters
met again Thursday, June 2nd
at the Levy County Quilt
Museum. How good, it was
to have Goldie and Cleo back
from North Carolina. Goldie
picked a red, white and blue
"Churn Dash" for our next
quilt. Marie is back from the
east' coast and Martha is" still'
gone somewhere on her bus
trip.
We will be at the Water-
melon Festival to, take dona-
tions on the quilt to be given
away. When we think back
through the ears when we'
were raising money to build
the museum we are reminded
of so many things. The
floats we had in the parade,
the tons of cookies we baked,
the chicken and dumplings we
sold, (een for breakfast) and
the canned goods and crafts
we sold. It was always a fun
day and we thank the Lord
we have come'so far. Now
we can watch the parade and
see the crafts, meet people
we only see once a year.
I want to thank Richard
and Sammie Hart for all the
vegetables they bring ine.
I'm making lots of pickles
and what have you.
Lunch was so good with
meat loaf, mixed vegetables
and chicken, fried, in sauces;
we' had chicken in every-
thing. Marie made lemon
puffs, blueberry pie and ice
cream. There were 14 mem-
bers and four girls present.
SWinnelle Hornme

The telephone company is
urging people to please not use
the telephone unless it is abso-
lutely necessary in order to keep
the lines open for emergency
personnel. We'll be right back,
after this break to give away a
pair 'of Phil Collins tickets to
caller number 95.
-Los Angeles disc jockey,
right after the February
1990 earthquake


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This is going to the quilt that w\e gile aa\% in December. It
is "Flower of the Month" done in .e.mbroideryv.n. ..r

Gallagher Announces

Workshops To Educate

Businesses, Offices About ,

State' s Unclaimed
Property Laws


Last year, the Department
of Financial Services, Bureau,
of Unclaimed Property, re-
turned a record of $99 mil-
lion in unclaimed cash and
property to 176,000 owners
or heirs. But Florida's Chief
Financial Officer Tom Gal-
lagher wants to do more to
make sure unclaimed prop-
erty is returned to the rightful
owners or heirs.
,Gallagher has organized a
series of workshops this
summer to educate busi-
nesses and government of-
fices about Florida's un-
claimed property laws.
"If the state has the respon-
sibility to collect unclaimed
property, then we must make
sure that all unclaimed prop-
erty is being reported to us,"
Gallagher said. "Yes, people
move and forget about a safe
deposit box or their utility
deposit, but people also lose
track of their property
through company mergers
and buyouts and I want to
make sure that no Floridian
loses their property due to
company practices."
The dates for the work-
shops are. June 14, 2005 in
Orlando; June 23, 2005 in
Tampa; June 29, 2005 in Fort
Lauderdale; and July. 12.,
2005 in Jacksonville. For


Character is power.
-Booker t. Washington


more information about thd
workshops, .log ontd
www.fltreasurehunt.org and
click on events.
The money or property re-
ported to the state comes
mostly from bank accounts,
insurance policies, uncashed'
checks, business accounts or
safe deposit boxes. The de,
partmnent advertises a 24-
hour Website where people
can search for unclaimed
property for themselves or
family and friends.
Cash that is unclaimed is
deposited into the state'"
education trust fund, and
every year the department
holds a public auction to sell
Property that has remained
unclaimed for at least three
years. This year's auction is
scheduled for July 30th at the.
Wyndham Hotel in Fort Lau-
derdale. Auction proceeds
also are deposited, into, the
education trust fund and can
be claimed at any time.
The department is cur-
rently holding unclaimed
property accounts valued at-
more than $1 billion: Owners
or their heirs can claim the
cash or property, for free by
logging on .to_
www.fltreausrehunt.org or by
calling 1-88-VALUABLE
(1-888-258-2253)..


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2005 Williston High

Graduation


Suwannee Valley Players

Announce Their Upcoming

Production Godspell


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Alton and Delores Quinn come over from Ocala. to bring
our spool holders. They have had this "Photo Quilt"
made for the family and these quilts have become popular
as it really tells the history of a family. We never know-,
what will be coming up next.


JUNE 9, 2005 .


LEVY COT TNTY JOURNAL


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Beef Continues to Play a

Significant Role in

Balanced Nutrition
Research Showcases Beef as a Naturally Nutrient
Rich Food Source


New cliickee at Manatee Springs State Park.

Volunteers Help

Living History

Program At Manatee

Springs State Park


Until the most recent
times, raising or building a
home or barn has always
been a community effort in
most areas of America. Re-
cently when the staff at
Manatee Springs State Park
decided to renew the
thatched roof of the park's
traditional Seminole dwell-
ing, they decided to capital-
ize on that spirit of team-
work.
The building (called a
chickee in the Seminole
language) is used in the
park's living history pro-
gram and is built using tra-
ditional materials and tech-
niques. If built correctly, the
roof, which is made from
fronds of the Cabbage Palm,
will last about eight years
before needing to be. re-
thatched. Collecting fronds
from the Cabbage Palms
and moving them to the
building site is a labor in-,
tensive effort as nearly
1,100 fronds are 'needed to
complete the project.
IIn March a group of sci-
ence students from Sunrise
Middle School in Ft.
Lauderdale camped in the
park's group camping area.
They were called upon to
assist park staff in remove ing
all the old fronds that were
no longer keeping water-
from the inside of the
chickee. The students, their
chaperones and teachers
removed over a thousand
fronds and the nails holding
each frond in place.
When the) were finished,
what remained was the


skeleton of the structure all
cleaned up and ready for the
next phase of construction.
A large, energetic group
would be needed for the
very labor intensive cutting
and collecting of over one
thousand palm fronds.
When Boy Scout Troop 25
of Jacksonville asked if
there was a community ser-
vice project in which they
could participate, park staff
knew what project was up-
permost in everyone's mind.
Assisted by park volunteers
and employees, the scouts
made quick work of the te-
dious job of hauling the
freshly -cut, green fronds.
back to the chicken site..
While much of the work of
building a chickee is tedious
and repetitious, the actual
thatching is an endeavor
taking much skill in the old
ways. Assistant Park Man-
ager, Bill Roberson, was'
once again called upon to
put his living history skills
to work.
After nearly a week of
thliatching. Roberson com-
mented that, "Tlic diliching
should last a good six to
eight years and I plan on
retiring in five."
The park's' volunteer pro-
gram coordinator, John
'Lohde. pointed out that-
much of the work in Flor-
ida's State Parks, is accom-
plished with the aid of vol-
unteers. If you would like to
make a difference at Mana-
tee Springs or. Fanning
Springs as a volunteer, call
John at 352-493-6823.


Auction To Benefit

Levy County

Wildlife Rescue
stereos, 45 records and
Wildlife Rescue of Levy some antiques.
County is hosting an auction Wildlife Rescue of Levy
on Saturday, June 18 begin- Counnt rescues, rehabili-
ping at.10:30 a.m. states and releases all types
The auction will take of native Florida wildlife
place at 14160 NE 51st including squirrels, deer,
Place, the residence of Ed opossums, raccoons and ea-
and Mary Piper, where gles, as well as many other
Wildlife Rescue is operated. types of birds. The Pipers
The center is located be-. have state and federal per-
tween Bronson and Willis- mits that allow them to care
ton, near the BP Station. for the young or injured
Items to be auctioned in- wild animals.
clude exercise equipment, For more information
weight benches, furniture, about Wildlife Rescue of
glass items, toys, clothes. Levy Counth, please *call
yard tools, printers, radios, 528-2779.

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For a long time, residents
of Florida have known the
naturally, nutrient-rich
value of lean beef and its
important role in a person's
daily food intake. In fact,
the U.S. Department of Ag-
riculture (USDA). says that
beef is 20 percent leaner
than just 14 years ago. At
least 19 beef cuts, including
favorites like sirloin, tender-
loin and flank steak, meet
government guidelines for
"lean."'
During the past several
years, national and state
beef checkoff dollars have
been invested in research
that shows beef is a natu-
rally nutrient-rich food and,
in some instances, superior
to plant-based proteins. A
central theme in the new
food guides and guidance
system is the importance of
eating more naturally nutri-
ent-rich foods, such as lean
meats.
The Beef Checkoff Pro-
gram provided scientific
information throughout re-
vision of the Food Guidance
System. Resource informa-
tion was coordinated on
behalf of the Cattlemen's
Beef Board and state beef
councils by the National
Cattlemen's Beef Associa-
tion (NCBA). The -NCBA
serves as, one of the Beef
Board's contractors for,
checkoff-funded programs.
"With the recent introduc-
tion of the updated Food
Guidance System, MyPyra-
mid. "Steps to a Healthier
You,' consumers are also
reminded of this, as beef
maintained its important
role in a balanced diet in the
new system," said Jim
Handley, Chief Executive
Officer. Florida Beef Coun-"
cil. -
MyPyramid .reinforces
making smarter choices
from each food group, em-
phasizing. nutrient-dense
foods first. The meat-and-
beans group is represented
by a purple bar on the food
guide, with the message "go
lean with protein," Like
colorful fruits and vegeta-`
bles, non-fat and low-fat'
dairy products, and whole
grains, lean beef remains an
important part of the pyra-
mid as a rich source of es-
sential nutrients.
A 3-ounce serving of lean
beef is an excellent source
of five nutrients and a goodI
source of four nutrients -
while contributing less than
10 percent of calories to a
2,000' calorie diet,"' said
Handley. "In' addition,
beef's fat profile is gener-
ally misunderstood. Half the
faiM' acids in, that same 3-
ounce serving of lean beef I
are monounsaturated fatty
'acids, the same heart-


healthy kind found in olive
oil and that research shows
may have cholesterol-
lowering abilities. And one
third of the saturated fat in
beef is a unique fatty acid
called stearic acid, which
has been found to have a
neutral or cholesterol-lower-
ing effect."
Beefs combination of nu-
trients can play a powerful
role in many issues facing
Americans today from
fueling physical activity and
helping manage weight to
developing cognitive skills
and helping people age vi-
brantly.
The new MyPyramid is the
first revision to the food
guide pyramid since being
developed in 1992 and it
was developed by USDA's
Center for Nutrition Policy
and Promotion (CNPP)
through an open. process
that, allowed for public
comment. Given the current
obesity epidemic, we know,
Americans haven't been fol-
low ing tools like the previ-
ous food guide p. rami id and
they're struggling to find
simple nutrition ad% ice that
makes sense. The updated
version is still the familiar
pyramid shape but now
sho cases physical activity.
After all, a healthy lifestyle
is about more than just eat-
ing it's also about being
actie ever n day.
Showcasing the nutritional
quality, of beef and educat-
ing the public about beefs
nutritional benefits contin-
ues to be a major focus of
the BeeftCheckoff Program.
The Beef Checkoff Pro-
gram was established as part
of the 1985 Farm Bill. The
checkoff assesses $1 per
head on the sale of lie do-
mestic-and imported cattle':
in addition to a comparable
assessment on imported
beef. and beef products.'
States retain up to 5,0 cents
on the dollar and forward
the other 50 cents per head
to .the Cattlemen's Beef
Promotion and Research
Board, which administers
the national checkoff pro-
gram. subject to USDA ap-
proval. The checkoff as-
sessment became mandatory'
when the program was ap-
pro ed bN 79 percent of
producers in a 1988 national
referendum vote. Checkoff
revenues may be used for
promotion, education and
research programs to im-
prove the marketing climate
for beef.
Producer-directed and con-
sumer-focused, NCBA is
the trade association of
America's cattle farmers
and ranchers, and the mar-
keting organization for the
largest segment of the na-
tion's food and, fiber indus-
try.


Healthy Start Of North

Central Florida Board Of

Directors To Meet June 9


.Health\ Start of North
Central Florida, Board of
Directors' Meeting will be
held Thursday,- June 9th,
2005 at 2:00 p.m. at
WellFlorida Council, 18
NW 33rd Court, Gainesville,'
Florida 32607.,


The Funding. Allocation
Committee will meet prior
to the Board at 12:30 p.m.,
The, public is invited.
Please call Celia Paynter at
352-955-2264, ext. 314 if
you .need' additional in-
formation.


Candidates To

Qualify For Chiefland

Election Next Week


Candidates interested in
seeking a Chieflaind City
Commission seat should
qualify the week of June 13-
June 17. The hours to qualify
are between 8:00 a.m and
430 pnm.
The actual election will be
held on Tuesday, August 2,
2005 from 7:00 a.m, to 7:00
p.m. at the Chiefland City


Hall. If there is a run-off
election it will be held Tues-
day, August 16, 2005.
Group 1 which is held by
Alice Monyei, Group 3
which is held by Mayor Sun-
shine Baynard and Group 5
which is held by Betty
Walker are all up for election
this year. The election fee is
$448.00.


Hollywood

Hits The

High Banks

The night after being fea-
tured in the television hit,
NASCAR 360 was picture
perfect for racing at the
ASA Sanctioned Bronson
Motor Speedway. The Pro
Truck race featuring Matt
Martin led off the first seg-
ment of the show. Several
times during the segment
the speedway, staff, and
fans were featured in the
shots of the night's racing.
It was great exposure for the
speedway and the entire
community. Reruns of the
show can be seen on the FX
network throughout the sea-
son. As for the action at the
speedway Saturday night, it
was "lights out." There was
superb racing in all the
Bronson Racing Series
events. Mother Nature co-
operated and the rain stayed
away, as the whole show
was completed in a timely
fashion.
.As usual, the Modifieds
started off the night's fes-
tivities. On the start, the
outside line was the fast
groove on the track. Three
of the. outside row starters
inherited the top spots after
lap one. Chip Owen was
the early leader showing the
way for the first third of the
event., Unfortunatel\. Gene
Owen would soon pow er his
racer to the front. He led
the: rest of the way to the
finish of the race. Buddy
Hughes did a stellar job re-
covering from a mechanical
problem in practice to finish
second. Chip Owen hung
on for a top three finish.
The Hungry Howie's
Sportsmen were the next to
pow er onto the speedway.
T%%ele Sportsman cars took
the green flag for their fea-
ture. Donnie Roberts had
his new ride on the front
row for the start of the race.
Roberts \ais able to hold the
top spot for the first six cir-,
cuits. Once again, Rob
Cooper made a strong inside
.move work to take the lead.
,He paced the field to. the
finish in his Bronson Lube
#98. Matt Blum recovered
from an early spin to finish
in the second spot. Scott
Hendrickson ran a strong
third.
One of the most hotly con-
tested races of the night was
the Pure Stock Division.
Mike Baker had his. A-1
Automotive special on the
pole. Baker show ed the way
for the first fourteen laps.
Once again, terrible luck
ended his night as the motor
gave up on the fourteenth
lap. Jason Holbrook inher-
ited the lead and never
looked back on his way to
another win. James Henick
ended up second, and
Tommy Conquest, third. It
appeared during the entire
event that any one of six
drivers looked as if they
could win.
The. Mini Stocks were
back in action after a couple
weeks off. Ja) McKenzie
and 'Ronnie Hicks led the
way on the start. McKenzie
grabbed the advantage early
and led until half way. One
lap later, Hicks took the
lead and charged his way to
his first win of the season.
McKenzie had to. settle for
second on this night.
Probably the best race of
the night was the Thunder
Stock feature. In the twenty
lap tilt, Ken Sheffield's
Gainesville Roofing #25
was in charge for the first
thirteen laps. During this
time there was furious bat-


tling going on behind the
leader. Drivers were able to
move up spots only to get
shuffled to the back. The
racing was absolutely amaz-
ing as it always is in this
class. On lap fourteen,
Larry Welter Jr. moved un-
der Sheffield, bringing
Willard Driggers with him.
Welter finished in the top
spot, ahead of Driggers and
hard charging Bobby Tay-
lor, who finished third.
Aaron Welter held off his


Brooke Steeves


Brooke Steeves Has Been

Selected As Finalist In Pre-

Teen Florida Scholarship

And Recognition Program


Broolk Steeves, daughter
of Royce and Karen Brower
of Williston. has been
selected as a finalist in the
Pre-Teen Florida Scholar-
ship and Recognition
Program to- be held July
22nd-24th at the Grand
Hyatt Hotel in Tampa,
Florida.
Pre-Teen Florida is a b)-
invitation only Scholarship
and Recognition e\ent
involving voung ladies 7-12
years of age based on their
'school academic records,
awards and honors %%on
and/or their participation in
outside activities. Addition-.
ally,, voung ladies are
invited who have been
recognized public\ for their
outstanding personal
achieve-ments, volunteer
services, school involve-
meht, leadership abilities or
creative talents.
State Finalists will be
evaluated on (1) Academic
Achievement: (2) Volunteer
Service to Communirv: (3)
School Honors and
Activities; (4) Dev elopment
of Personal Skills and
Abilities; (5) General
Know ledge ability; (6)
Communicative Ability and
(7). On-Stage Acknowledg-
ment of Accomplishments.
'Pre-Teen Florida will
award more than '$5,000.00
in educational bonds. prizes
and awards.
Brooke Steeves is very
grateful to,,. the .following
sponsors who have enabled


dad for his first ever \\in in
the Har eN. Wallbanger Fea-
ture. It was a' spectacular
end to an amazing night of
racing at the premier facility
in the state. Congratula-'
tions to all the competitors
and the fans for supporting
Brons6n Motor Speedway.
This Saturday night, the
Super Mini Cup Cars return
to Bronson along with our
Bronson Racing Series. then
on Saturday June 18 the
Goodyear Late Model Chal-
lenge Series storms into
Bronson Motor Speedway!

Modified
1. Gene Owen
2. Buddy Hughes
3. Chip Owen

Hungry Howie's Sportsman
1. Robbie Cooper
2. Matt Blum


her to attend this very
prestigious state event.
1. Fortner's Feed
2. Williston
Horsemen
Association
3. Roaren Trucking
4. Comrad Terron
Trucking
5. Sinclair Trucking.
The Pre-Teen America
Program. founded in 1990,
offers wholesome family
activity and currently
conducts State Programs in
many states. The National
Headquarters for the Pre-
Teen America Scholarship
. and Recognition Program is
located in Baton Rouge.-
Louisiana. Patricia Daniel is
the Founder and National
Director. -The National
Charity affiliate of the Pre-
Teen America Program is
the Shriners. Children's
Hospitals. The Pre-Teen
America Program has
donated more than $325,000
since '1990 to the Shriners
Children's Hospitals, as
well as, to other previous
national charity affiliates. If
you are interested in
recommending a. potential
participant for a future Pre-
Teen America State
Program, you may do so by
submitting the young lady's
name, address, age, birth
date and.G.P.A to Pre-Teen
America National Head-
quarters, P.O. Box 14328,
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
70898 or e-mail us at
info@preteenamerica.com.


3. Scott Hendrickson


Pure Stock
1. Jason Holbrook
2. J Henick
3. Tommy Conquest

Mini Stock
1. Ronnie Hicks
2. Jay McKenzie
3. Andrew Robertson

Thunder Cars
1. Larry Welter Jr.
2. Willard Driggers
3. Bobby Taylor

Harvey Wallbangers
1. Aaron Welter
2. Don Welter
I start with the premise that
the function of leadership is to
produce more leaders, not more
followers.
-Ralph Nader'


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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


JUNE 9. 2005


Legals


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NO. 2005CA-000240
RAY C. PORTER
Plaintiff,
vs.
WALTER LESCOVICH, if married,
if alive, and if dead, his respective
unknown spouse, heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors, or other par-
ties claiming by, through, under
or against him individually,
Defendant.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: WALTER LESCOVICH
Last Known Address
c/o FELICIA LESCOVICH
760 Marian Rd., NE,
Apt. 622
Atlanta, GA 30324

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion to Quiet Title as to the fol-
lowing described lands:
The East 1/2 of SE 1/4 of NE 1/4
of SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of Section
19, Township 11 South, Range 17
East, recorded in O.R. Book 31,
Page 221, public records of Levy
County, Florida.
TAX PARCEL #03161-126-00
filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve'a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, on RONALD
W. STEVENS, Petitioner's attor-
ney, whose address is Post Office
Box 1444, Bronson, FL 32621,
on or before July 1, 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 May 16, 2005.
DANNY J. SHIPP
Clerk of Court
BY: Gwen McElroy
Persons with disabilities re-
questing reasonable accommoda-
tions to participate- in this pro-
ceeding should contact (3521 374-
3639 tVoice & TDD) or va Flor-
ida Relay Serice at (800) 5: .
8771.
Pub: May 26,
June 2, 9, 16, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND
FOR LEVY COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION

PROBATE NO. 38-2005CP-0078
IN RE: Estate of
MARIE H. NEMETH.
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the estate
of MARIE H. NEMETH
deceased, File Number 38-2005-
CP-0078, is pending in the Circuit
Court for Levy County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of
which is Post .Office Box 610,
Bronson, Florida 32621. The
names and addresses of the
personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons ha ting claims or,
demands against decedent's estate
including unmatured, contingent
or unliquidated claims, on whom a
copy of this is served must file
their., claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR
THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against the de-
cedent's estate; including
unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims must file their
claims with this court WITHIN
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
The date of first publication of
this Notice is June 9, 2005.
DON RICHARD NEMETH, P.R.


3111 Ripplewood
Seffner, Florida 33584
STANLEY WINES BENNETT &
HELMS, P.A.
BY: LARRY S. HELMS
Florida Bar No. 0192614
106 Avenue F, S.W.
Winter Haven, Florida 33880
863/299-1263.
Pub: June 9, 16, 2005 .

You are the same today that
you are going to be in five years
from now except for two things;
the people with whom you' as-
sociate and the books you read.
--Charles "Tremendous"
Jones


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE 8TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO: 04-CA-i1031
DEUTSCHE BANK TRUST
COMPANY AMERICAS
FORMERLY KNOWN AS
BANKERS TRUST COMPANY,
AS TRUSTEE AND
CUSTODIAN
PLAINTIFF

VS.
JAMES MONROE, IF LIVING,
AND IF DEAD, THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES AND
ALL OTHER PARTIES
CLAIMING AN INTEREST BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST JAMES MONROE,
VERNETTE MONROE, IF
LIVING, AND IF DEAD, THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES AND
ALL OTHER PARTIES.
CLAIMING AN INTEREST BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST VERNETTE
MONROE: JOHN DOE AND
JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN
TENANTS IN POSSESSION.
DEFENDANTS)

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN .
pursuant to a Summary Final
,Judgment of Foreclosure dated
June 1, 2005 entered in Civil
Case No. 04-CA-1031 of the
Circuit Court of the 8TH Judicial
Circuit in and for LEVY County,
Florida, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at the
main lobby of the LEVY County
Courthouse located at 355 South
Court Street in Bronson, Florida,
at 11:00 a.m. on the 11th day of
July, 2005 the following
described property as set forth in
said Summary Final Judgment,
to-wit: '
LOT 2 AND THE NORTIT 1/3
OF. LOT 3, EPPERSON
SUBDIVISION, BLOCK B,
WILLISTON, FLORIDA., AS
SAME APPEARS- OF RECORD
IN THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA,
STHI'$r.PR.OPERrY. IS.- ALSO'.
DESCRIBED AS LOT 2 AND
THE NORTH 1/3 OF LOT 3 OF
BLOCK B OF UNRECORDED
PLAT OF YESLER AVENUE
ADDITION. MORE DEATILED
DESCRIPTION AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT THE
NORTHEAST CORNER OF
THE SOUTHWEST ', OF THE
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF
SECTION 5. TOWNSHIP 13
SOUTH, RANGE 19 EAST,
AND RUN SOUTH 87
DEGREES 40 MiNUT'ES WEST
A DISTANCE OF 30 FEET;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 01 .
DEGREE 47 MINUTES EAST
A DISTANCE OF 522 FEET
ALONG THE SOUTHERLY
RIGHT OF VAY- LINE OF,
CHESTNUT STREET TO
ESTABLISH THE POINT OF
BEGINNING: FROM SAID
POINT -OF BEGINNING.
CONTINUE SOUTH ALONG
SAID RIGHT OF WAY A
DISTANCE OF 100.00 FEET:
THENCE RUN SOUTH 87
DEGREES 40 MINUTES WEST,
A DISTANCE OF 113.60 FEET;
RULN THENCE PARALLEL TO
RIGHT OF \VAY LINE A
-DISTANCE OF 100.00 FEET
NORTH: THENCE RUN EAST
TO POINT OF BEGINNING, A
DISTANCE OF 113.60 FEET.
BEING THE SAME AS LOT 2
AND THE NORTH 1/3 OF LOT
3, OF BLOCK B OF
LUNRECORDED PLAT
CALLED YESLER AVENUE
ADDITION

Dated this ist da\ of June. 2005
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
Danny J. Shipp
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Gwen McElroy
Deputy Clerk
THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID
J. STERN, P.A. ATTORNEY FOR.
PLAINTIFF
801 S. University Drive Suite 500
Plantation, FL 33324
(954) 233-8000
04-34924(SXNW)
IN ACCORDANCE WITH
THE AMERICANS WITH
DISABILITIES ACT, persons
'with disabilities needing a special
accommodation should contact
COURT ADMINISTRATION, at
the. LEVY County Courthouse at
352-486-5276, 1-800-955-8771
(TDD) or 1-800-955-8770, via


Florida Relay Service.
Pub- June 9, 16, 2005


Notary Services
Available
at the
Levy County Journal
Chiefland
352-490-4462


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA.'
CASE NO. 2005CA-000260
MARK P. SULLIVAN and NANCY
J. SULLIVAN, husband and wife,
Plaintiffs,
vs.
HERBERT E. JACQUES and
LEONA B. JACQUES, husband
and wife, if married, if alive, and if
dead, their respective unknown
spouses, heirs, devisees, grant-
ees, creditors, or other parties
claiming by, through, under or
against them individually,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: HERBERT E. JACQUES
11811 NE 331"'ST.
SUNRISE, FL, 33323
LEONA B. JACQUES
11811 NE 33'" ST.
SUNRISE, FL. 33323'
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion to Quiet Title as to the fol-
lowing described lands:
LOT 8, BLOCK 13, THE RE-
PLAT OF WILLISTON HIGH-
LANDS UNIT 5, ACCORDING TO
THE PLAT THEREOF RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 4, PAGE 5, PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, SECTION 6,
TOWNSHP 14 SOUTH, RANGE 18
EAST.
TAX PARCEL #09494-007-00
filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, on RONALD
W. STEVENS, Petitioner's attor-
ney, whose address is Post Office
Box 1444, Bronson, FL 32621,
on or before July 1,.2005, and file
the original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on
Plaintiff's anornev, 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 May 18, 2005
DANNY J. SHIPP
Clerk of Court
BY: Guen McElroN
Persons with disabilities re-
questing reasonable accommoda-
tions to participate in this pro-
ceeding should contact (352) 374-
3639 (Voice & TDD) or via Flor-
ida Relay Service at (800) 955-
8 -7- 1 l ... .
Pub: May 26,
June 2, 9, 16, 2005

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR LEVY,
COUNTY. FLORIDA.

CASE NO. 38-2005CA-000237

JACQUELINE W. GILREATH.
Plaintiff.

vs.
T. RICARD HALGIN. as Trustee,
of the Le\ -Land Trust # I, dated
August 10, 1987. its heirs,
administrators, assigns. creditors.
or other parties claiming by,;
through. under or against it.
Defetidant.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: T. RICHARD HAGIN,
as Trustee
3590 ROUND BOTTOM
ROAD
CINCINNATTI, OHIO
45244

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to Quiet Title as to the
following described lands:

TRACT NO. 198 BEING: THE
E '2 OF THE NW OF THE SE
OF THE SW, OF THE NW
OF SECTION 12, TOWNSHIP 12
SOUTH, RANGE 17 EAST,
0001.25 ACRES, OR BOOK 351,
PAGE 718, LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
T.A PARCEL # 03400-242-00

filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
Written defenses, if any, on
RONALD W. STEVENS,
Petitioner's attorney, whose
address is Post Office Box 1444,
Bronson, FL 32621 I, on or before
SJuly 15, 2005, and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court either
before service 'on plaintiff's
attorney or immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
this Court on June 1, 2005.


DANNY J. SHIPP
Clerk of Court

By: Gwen McElroy
Deputy Clerk
(COURT SEAL)
Persons with disabilities
requesting reasonable
accommodations to participate in
this proceeding should contact
(352) 374-3639 (Voice & TDD) or
via Florida Relay Service at (800)
955-8771.

Pub: June 9, 16, 23, 30, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA

Case No. 38-2005-CA-000475

MARY R. GOLDING,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DON SCHWEIGER and
SALOMON MORALES,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: DON SCHWEIGER
408 Summerwood Drive
Watertown, SD 57201

SALOMON MORALES
Address Unknown

AS WELL AS any and all other
parties claiming by, through,
under, or against DON
SCHWEIGER and .SALOMON
MORALES, or their respective
heirs, administrations and assigns,
as well' as all parties having or
claiming to have any right, title or
interest in the property herein
described.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to quiet title to the
following property in: Levy
County, Florida, to-wit: ,

Count I:
Lot 5, Block 63, OAK RIDGE
ESTATE S. as shown in OR Book
85, Page 749, and as recorded in
Plat Book 3, Pages 63-1 through
63-7, public records of Levy
County, Florida.
(Parcel No. 09411-004-00)

Count II:
Lot 21, Block 63, OAK RIDGE
ESTATES, as shown in OR Book
85, Page 749, public records of
Levy Countr. Florida
(Parce: No. 09411-020-00)

Count III:
Lot 11, Block 24, OAK RIDGE
ESTATES, as shown in OR Book
261, Page 739, public records of
Le%\ Countr. Florida.
i Parcel No. 09372-010-00)

has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
\our %%rinen defenses. if any to it
on CHARLOTTE J. W\EIDNER.
Plaintiff's attomeN. whose address
is Post Office Bo\ 1354, Bronson,
Florida 32621, ,or.or before .iul\
15, 2005 and file the original u itih
the Clerk of this Court either
before service on Plaintiff's
attorneN or immediately hereafter.


othenyise a default will be entered
against 'youI for'-' the relief
demanded in the Complaint or
petition.

Dated this 31 day of MaN 2005.

DANNY J: SHIPP
Clerk of Court

SBy: Gwen McElroy
Deputy Clerk
Pub. June 9, 16. 23. 30, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR LEVY
COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 38-2005-CA-000l178
GREEN TREE SERVICING,
LLC.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOHNEL YOUNG. GLORIA D.
YOUNG: JOHN DOE and
JANE DOE. Linknovwn Tenant(s).
Defendant s)'

NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO F.S.
CHAPTER 45.
NOTICE IS .GIVEN that pur-
suant to a Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated May 25, 2005,
in the abo e-styled cause, I will
sell to the highest and best bidder
for cash in the main lobby of the
Levy County Courthouse. 355 S
Court Street, Bronson, Florida at
11:00 a.m. on the 27'" da\ of
June. 2005 the following
described real and personal
property:
Lot 22. located in the South /2 of
the NE '/, of the SW of the NE
'A of Section 6, Township 12
South, Range 18 East, Levy
County, Florida
Together with that certain
manufactured home more
specifically described as:
1998, Fleetwood (24 x 48) with
Serial Number
GAFLV54A/B81201ES21.
SDated this 24t" day of May,
2005.
S Danny J. Shipp
: Clerk of Court


By: Gwen McElroy
Deputy Clerk

CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE,
I HEREBY CERTIFY that a
true and correct copy' of the
foregoing has been furnished to
Sean V. Donnelly, Esq., 3708 W.
Euclid Ave., Tampa, FL 33629;
Johnel & Gloria Young, served
via publication, last known
address, 9651 NE 136th Court,
Williston, Fl. 32696, by regular
U.S. Mail this 24th day of May,.
2005. i
Gwen McElroy
Deputy Clerk
Pub: June 2, 9, 2005


IN THE LEVY COUNTY,
CIRCUIT COURT FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION

File Number 38-2005-CP-0079
Division Probate
IN RE: ESTATE OF
WALLACE E. HOWE
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the estate
of WALLACE E. HOWE,
deceased, whose date of death was
February 11, 2005, is pending in
the Circuit Court for Levy County,
Florida, Probate Division; the
address of which is, PO Drawer
610, Bronson, Florida 32621. The
name and addresses of the
personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
'and other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate
on whom a copy of this notice is
required to be served must file
their claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF,
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM...
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other, persons having
claims or demands against de-
cedent's: estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE. -
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.'
I NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE., ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
*AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of'first publication of
this notice is June 2, 2005.
Personal Representatie
Janet Noffsinger
1487 Shatley Springs Road
Crumpler, NC 28617
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
John S. Clardy III
Florida Bar No. 123129
Cnder Clardy Law Firm PA,
PO Box 2410
Crystal River, Fl 34423-2410
Telephone: (352) 795-2946
Pub: June 2, 9, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF FLORIDA LIGHT-Il
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 2004-CA-0967
KIM H. COOPER,
Plaintiff.
vs'.' ,
ALBERT G. PENDLETON and
"L-ER EE PENDLETON,
husband and % fe, .
Delindant_,.
NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER


EAST, 224.87 FEET TO CLOSE
ON THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
LESS AND EXCEPT THE SOUTH
233.65 FEET AND THE WEST
20.00 FEET OF THE EAST 1/2 OF
NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SOUTH-
WEST 1/4 OF NORTHEAST 1/4
OF SECTION 3, TOWNSHIP 12
SOUTH, RANGE 1 4 EAST, LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
PARCEL B:
THE SOUTH 233.65 FEET AND

THE WEST 20.00 FEET OF THE
EAST 1/2 OF NORTHEAST 1/4 OF
SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF NORTH-
EAST 1/4 OF SECTION 3, TOWN-
SHIP 12 SOUTH, RANGE 14
EAST, LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
DATED this 191h day of May,
2005:
DANNY J. SHIPP.
Clerk of the Court
By: Gwen McElroy
i Deputy Clerk
(Seal).
Pub: May 26, June 9, 2, 2005

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE 8TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
LEVY COUNTY,
CASE NO: 38-2005-CA-0060

AMERICAN GENERAL HOME
EQUITY, INC.
Plaintiff,

\s.
THOMAS WAYNE
STHOMPSON, et al.,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Summan Final
Judgment of Foreclosure, dated
entered in Civil Case No.: 38-
2005-CA-0060 in the Circuit
Court in and for Levy. County,
Florida. wherein, THOMAS
WAYNE THOMPSON AND
ANN RAY THOMPSON,
HOUSEHOLD FINANCE
CORPORATION III and
ANNETTE : DEAN are
Defendants, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash
in the at at 11:00 a.m., on the 27t'
day of June, 2005, the following
described property as set forth in
said Summary Final Judgment of
Foreclosure, to wit:
LOTS 19 AND 20, BLOCK 10,
FANNIN SPRINGS ANNEX,
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF FILED IN PLAT
BOOK 3, PAGE 31, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF LEVY
COUNTY FLORIDA
TOGETHER VITFH A 1985
PALM MOBILE HOME, I.D. #S
40630212BU & 40630212AU
7_' Dated this 24th day of May
2005.
As Clerk, Circuit Court

By: Gwen McElroy
SAs Deputr Clerk
Copies furnished to:
Thomas Wayne Thompson
Ann Ray Thompson
Household Finance Corporation,
III


S45 Annene Dean,
NOTICE IS GC,[EN that pursuant Pub: June 2, 9,2090:
to Final Judgment of Foreclosure
dated the 19ih da\ of MNay. 2005 in IN.THE CIRCUI'
Case Number. 20,4.-CA-04I67 of FOR LE\V CC
the Circuit Court of the Eighth Ju- FLORID
dicial Circuit in and for Levy PROBATE DID
Cnuniy. Florida, in which KIM H. File No. 38-2(
'COOPER, is the Plaintiff. and AL- Divisionr
BERT G. PENDLETON and MARIE
E. .PENDLETON. husband and IN RE: ESTATE OF


. ife, al tihe Dstendants. I will
sell to the highest and best bidder,
for cash in' the front lobby of the
Levy County Courthouse. 355
South Court Street, Bronson,
Levy County, Florida at 11:00
A.M. on the 27"' day of June,
2ii5. .thee' following described
property sei forth in the Order or
Final Judgment of Foreclosure:
P.\RCEL A:
A PARCEL OF LAND IN THE
SOUTHWEST' 1/4 OF NORTH-
EAST 1/4 OF SECTION 3. TOWN-
SHIP 12 SOUTH, RANGE 14
EAST, LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA,
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
FOR A POINT OF REFERENCE
COMMENCE AT THE NORTH-
EAST CORNER OF THE SOUTH-
WEST 1/4 OF NORTHEAST 1/4
OF SECTION 3, TOWNSHIP 12
*SOUTH, RANGE 14" EAST;
THENCE SOUTH ,89 DEG. '23
MIN. 59 SEC. WEST, ALONG THE
NORTH LINE OF THIE SOUTH-
WEST 1/4 OF THE NORTHEAST
1/4,, A DISTANCE OF 104.76
FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGIN-
NING; THENCE SOUTH 00 DEG.
32 MIN. 00 SEC. EAST, 416.09
FEET THENCE NORTH 89 DEG.
14 MIN. 13 SEC. EAST 104.76
FEET TO THE EAST LINE OF THE
SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF NORTH-
EAST -1/4; THENCE .SOUTH 00
DEG. 32 MIN. 00 SEC. EAST
233.65 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 89
DEG. 14 MIN. 13 SEC. WEST,
329.38 FEET; THENCE NORTH
00 DEG. 33 MIN 20 SEC. WEST,
650.38 FEET TO THE NORTH
LINE OF THE SOUTHWEST 1/4
OF NORTHEAST 1/4; THENCE
NORTH 89 DEG. 23 MIN. 59 SEC.


5

T COURT
)UNT'
A '
VISION

005-CP-0061
PROBATE.


LUTHERM. ,HITE '.
Deceased..

NOTICE TO. CREDITORS&

The administration of the estate
of LUTHER M. WHITE,
deceased, whose date of death was
November 4, 2004; is pending in
the Circuit Court for LEVY
County, Florida, Probate Division,,
the address of which is Post Office
Drawer 610, Bronson, FL 32621.
The names and addresses of the
personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney
are set forth belo. .
All creditors of the' decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate
on whom a copy of this notice is
required to be served, must file
their claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A.COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against the de-
cedent's estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENTS
;DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of
this notice is June 9, 2005,
Juanita M. White
Personal Representative
11751 N.W. 130 PLACE
CI-11I-FLAND, FL 3 "2 '
CHRISTOPHER G. JONES


Attorney for Personal
Representative
Florida Bar No. 0119040
Giles & Robinson, P.A.
390 N. Orange Avenue
Suite 2180
Orlando, Florida 32801
Telephone: (407) 425-3591
Pub: June 9, 16, 2005


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE

Paul Barcia, d/b/a L&L
Storage, pursuant to the provisions
of the Florida Self Storage Facility
Act (Fla. Stat. 83.801 et sec.)
hereby gives notice of sale under
said Act to wit: On June 24, 2005
at L&L Storage, 2990 N.E. 200A
Avenue, Williston, Florida, Paul
Barcia or his agent will conduct a
sale at 10:00 AM by Sealed bids
to.the highest bidder. Bids to be
opened 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:

Jasper G. Smothers
34770 NW 16th Avenue
Ocala, Florida 34473

Consists of household, personal
items or miscellaneous items,
stored at L&L Storage, 2990 N.E.
200th Avenue, Williston, Florida.
Sale is being made to satisfy a
statutory lien.

Dated June 6, 2005
L&L Storage
2990 N.E.. 200th Avenue
Williston, Florida 32696
(353) 528-6179
Sale date: June 24, 2005
Pub: Jun 9, 16, 2005

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
STHE EIGHTH JUDICIAL,
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA

Case No.: 38-2005-DR-000500

CARLA-JEAN COLE
Petitioner
and

WILLIAM HENRY COLE
Respondent.


NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF
NIMARRLAGE

To: Willaim Henry Cole
Address unknown

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that ai
action has been filed against )ou
"and t1at \'ou_&re'i r&uired to sere'
'a cop ot -our wr~nen defenses, ift
any, to it on Carla-Jean Cole,
whose address is 12510 N.E. 120th
Street, Williston FL 32696 on or
before July 14, 2005 and file the
original: -ith the clerk of this
Court at P.O. 'BOX 610.
BRONSON. FL. 32621, before
.ser ice on Petitioner or
immediately] thereafter, If Nou fail
to do so, a default may be entered
against \ou for the relief
, demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court documents in
this case, including orders, are
available at the Clerk of the
Circuit Court's office' You maN
review these documents upon
request.
You must keep the Clerk of the
Circuit,Court's office notified of
your current address. (You may
file Notice of Current, Address,
Florida Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form 12.915.) Future
papers in this lawsuit will be
mailed to the address on record at
the clerk's office.
WARMING: Rule 12.285,
Florida Family Law Rules of
Procedure, requires certain
automatic disclosure of documents
and information. Failure to
comply can result in sanctions,
including dismissal or striking of
pleadings.
Dated- 6 6.05. ,
CLERK OF THE
CIRCUIT COURT
By LaQuanda Latson
Deputy Clerk

Pub: June 9, 16, 23, 30, 2005


Levy County

Tourist

Development

Council To

Meet June 16

Levy County Tourist
Development Council will
meet on Thursday, June 16.


2005 at 6:00 p.m. at 450 SE
CR 337, Bronson, Flotrida




Time For A

Yard Sale??


Journal Classified
Ads O 'nly $5.00
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I







LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


City Manager Asks Suwannee River Shrine


For Raise
The Williston City Council'
met on Tuesday, June 7 and
reviewed several requests
from current City Manager
Jim Coleman.
Among the request was a
raise from $62,400. which
Coleman earns now to
$75,000. He also requested a.
.severance benefit of six
months if he is terminated
without cause, A monthly
vehicle allowance of $200
along with reimbursed
household moving expenses
from Lake County with a cap
of $2,500. The other item on
Mr. Coleman's wish list was
a Nextel contract for regular
service and equipment repair
to be provided by the city.
Mr. Coleman also asked that
the items he has requested be
effective June 1, 2005.
Mr. Coleman was not at
the meeting because he was
on vacation. City Attorney
Norm Fugate said it would
give the city council a better
opportunity to discuss the re-
quest without Mr. Coleman
at the meeting. After a
twenty minute discussion
councilors decided that they
agreeded to most of the re-


quest including the salary in-
crease. Debra Jones said she
was concerned that the city
didn't have .the funds to
cover the request. Mark .
Schiefer who is the Finance
Director of Williston said he
didn't know where the
money was going to come
from but he said it was im-
portant that the city keep Mr.
Coleman because of his ex-
perience and that his ICMA
International City Manager
Certification was worth a
great deal.
The rapid growth in the
Williston area was a big con
cern of the Councilors. They
spoke of Mr. Coleman's ex-
perience with rapid growth.
He dealt first hand with the
growth of Lady Lake while
he was the city manager
there. The conclusion of
most Councilors was that Mr.
Coleman experience was
worth a great deal. The pro-
posal was to pay. him half the
raise now and the other half I
when he moves to Williston
by October 1.
Mr. Coleman's request will
be an agenda item at the June
21 meeting which begins at
7:00 p.m.


Livestock Market
Receipts at the North 291 (274) 147.50-167.50
Florida Livestock Auction, (158.45); 312-344 (330)
Wednesday, June 1, 2005 136.00-140.00 (137.83); 361-
were: This week: 508; last 398 (379) 126.00-140.00
week: 489; last year: 737.. (130.75); 524-545 (534)
Trends: Compared. to last 94.00-107.00 (100.63); 565-
week: Slaughter cows and 580 (574) 97.00-111.00
bulls were steady. to weak, (102.05); 662-699 (682)
feeder steers and heifers were 88.00-98.00 (94.40).
mostly steady. Supply was Feeder Steers and Bulls
light, demand was moderate. Small 1-2: 230-244 (237)
Feeder steers and heifers un- 108.00-120.00 (113.82); 273-
der 600 pounds 57 percent, 292, (284) 116.00-150.00
(31 percent steers, 26 percent (130.38); 306-329 (320)
heifers), over 600 pounds 4 100.00-112.00 (106.92); 411-
percent (3 percent steers, 1 447 (429) 100.00-108.00
percent heifers), slaughter (103.83).
cows and bulls 29 percent, Feeder Heifers Medium
replacement cow s 10 percent. .and Large'1-2:' 150-172 (158)
" .,1 Slaughc ,. Q., 80- 7:2 O.006,1.lQ.-.00 i- 9.5.49): 226-
85 percent: 798-895 (833) .248 (236) 160.00-180.00
53.50-55.50 (.54.52); 914- (169.63); 268-290 .(279)
1097 (1014) 53.00-59.00 152.50-170.00 (159.91); 300-
(55.95); 1108-1295 (1163) '348 (331) 130.00-140.00
54.00-58.00 (56.32); 1375- (133.66); 354-390 (374)'
1713 (1531) 54.00-58.50 130.00-142.50 (133.58); 405-
(57.04) Holstein. 444 (422) 120.00-134.00
Slaughter Cows Lean 85- (124.07);,. 451-493 (478)
90 percent: 716-895 (805) 113.00-126.00 (118.64);
44.00-54.50 (50.10); 739-810 507-544 (525) 106.00-113.00
(780) 36.00-46.00 (40.86) '(109.22); 570-591. (580)
Low Dressing:, 916-1087 103.00-106.00 (104.47); 636
S(985); 46.50-54.50. (50.75); (636) 104.00 (104.00).
1129-1190 (1162) 53100- Feeder Heifers Medium
55.50 (53.98). and Large 2-3: 200-245 (219).
Slaughter Bulls Y.G. 1: 125.00-145.00 (139.62)9 263-
1023-1253 (1109) 65.00- 299 (285) 135.00-154.00
66.00 (65.31); 1108-1448 '(140.59); :303-349 (322)
(1240) 58.00-61.50 (59.82) 128.00-130.00 (129.37); 370-
Low Dressing; 1521-2007 394 (383) 120.00-126.00
(1801) 65.00-70.50 (68.84). (123.62); 405-425 (415)
Feeder Steers and Bulls 110.00-120.00 (116.44); 466-
Medium and Large 1-2: 197- 495 (477) 96.00-108.00
199 (198) 190.00-200.00 (104.31).
(195.03);. 205-241 (228) Feeder Heifers Small 1-2:
180.00-200.00 (185.72); 252- 250-296 (279) 115.00-127.50
299 (279). 165.00-195.00 (121.21).
(179.30); 315-341 (324) Bred. Cows Medium and
144.00-172.50 (152.16); 353- Large 1-2 Young: 717-840,
390 (375' 137.50-147.50 (782) 60.00-86.00 (70.23) 4 -
(141.84); 413-444 (426) 6 months bred; 905-1091
127.50-143.00 (133.48); 460- (974) 55.00-87.00 (66.18) 4
495 (473) 122.00-132.00 6 months bred; 1108-1195
(126.69); 518-525 (522) (11,38) 55.75-63.00 (59.81) 4
108.00-122.00 (115.48); 552- 6 months bred.
590 (568) 112.00-122.00 Cow-Calf Pair.s Medium
(116.74); 612-631 (622) and Large 1-2 Young: 700-
106.00-110.00 (108.01). 880 (782); 640.00-960.00
Feeder Steers and Bulls (765.51);, 916-990, (95S)'
Medium and Large 2-3: 258- 770.00-955.00 834.62.


Tremendous Fishing T(


Shown from left, back row are Sam Ferguson, tou
Raines, Paul Ackley, Jack Riley, Shelley Downs, Toi
Bill Rouse, Luke Baker, and Bobby Heath, shown:with


Shown from left, back row are Sam Ferguson, toi
Raines, Paul Ackley, Jack Rilev, Shelley Downs, To
Bill Rouse, Luke Baker, and Bobby Heath, shown with


Pictured is Christopher
Chris Fisher, his dad.

Fishing
Tournament
By Rayanne Ferguson
.'We were there! We saw i
all!' The rumor on the street
is not a rumor...This was
really a great way to spenc
your Saturday. All day they
thought it would rain.
At one point they had to
find shelter from a small
shower. But for the most
part, Saturday, June 4, 2005
was one of the BEST fishing
days on the Suwannee River
It was also a spectacular day
for the Shriners as they
.topped $10,000 on this fund-
raiser.
The Suwannee River
Shriner's held their 18th an-
nual "Gold Hook Award"
Kids Fishing Tournament
down at the Hart Springs
boat ramp Saturday. The
boaters rolled in about 4:45


Fisher with fishing partner

a.m. (That's early but we
were there.) Shriners greeted
them with helping hands get-
ting every boat launched and
iead\ for. the safe starting
t time of 6:30 a.m. From that
s point.on. the xoung fishers
Sand their partners were on
their own (That was cool, we
Y \%ere there.) Children, ages 5
to 16 were up early, eager to
drop a hook in the water.
t The Shriners, did. not see.
them again until they started.
Strolling back in around 11:00
. a.m. T%%eny -;ix boat entries
returned safely to the banks
of the Sutannee, ,hauling
bags, buckets and coolers
filled with fish. There were
hundreds of fish brought to
weigh-in heree Noble Sam
' Ferguson, tournament chair-
t man, Mike'"Guy, Fish and
Game Wildlife Officer, and
David Rhodes. previous
tournament participant; were


Page Seven


C lub H as with a mudfish weighing 7 tals
Sounds, 8 ounces. fund-
The "Trolling Motor" do- small
ournam ent nated each year by Wal-Mart pie li
in Chiefland was presented to ing
a tournament participant of some
-, several years now, Kyle about
Brown, 14, of Trenton. The wrap
S-' behind the scenes "funny" is bums
A that of all the people I spoke toes,
to during the day, I had the walk]
opportunity to speak with mayb
Kyle's grandfather as we never
both examined this motor on ahead
display. He told me of sev- ning
eral fishing opportunities banda
,, where a good motor such as straig
..".-lY' this would be of benefit and own
how "cool" it would be if his whee
grandson won this little more
fishing tool. My mouth fell think
open.' I was so tickled. This their
motor was awarded to one of of ho
SL our many fishing families in Shrin
ornament chairman, Jim the community. Being there them.
mnLumpkin, Ernie Liles, and having that earlier con- when
the 13-16-year olds. versation, I was certain, the you c
trolling motor would be in. dren
the water soon. you,]
This day was filled with I kno
laughter lining the banks. In take
: conversation you could hear yours
the children making childlike
I j ...'.'' bets of who would bring in chasi
...3 .. the fish. There was much placi
conversation about young meant
"a "^ ~Bradley Rhodes, a participant child
for many, many years, as he. help
proudly brought in a total
boat weight of ___ (We'll apprt
in th(
never tell, but' we were FEZ)
.! 'there.) Though he did not lies
i win a big trophy to drag If
home, he did receive apar-, may
ticipant's trophy, a Zebco may
I"-.- 1B rod-n-reel, a fishing cap, Ferg
snacks and lunch, just like all Ferg
the other participants. Brad- Crip
ornament chairman, Jim ley participated in his last dren
5m Lumpkin, Ernie Liles, Shriners tournament Satur- area.
the 9-12 year olds. day along with Eric Rain be-
cause they are now 16 years
standing in AWE 'at the of age. They'll be back C
scales w wondering if all the though because the real fun,
fish would d e'en .fit on the ,is watching those beautiful T(
scales. Sam commented that smiles on the faces of all the
he had never seen. so many little people ,\hen the\ bring HJ
bream at one time. Over 35 in the fish and %when they
pounds of fish came in on take home their trophy. Hi
one boat. Sit' back, close -Of course the smiles on the SU
your eyes and just imagine a parent's faces are almost as
.five-gallon bucket filled with priceless. There was fun V49
'"hIur'd size" brejm. ijhat's a, '`/t er,,v.here',,ou looked! \\ce
lot of fish. totaling 35 rkno;i Because \'e were .Le
pounds-WOW! We were there! Sc
there) Where were you? That's C.
At 1:00 p.m. trophies were okay, we'll see you next tF
gixen in several categories. year, no one woud miss this,
Trophies for the "Total B two ears in arow!
Itwo ears in a row! In
Weight'' in the five to eight- Tournament participants
year-old category were: first came from Bell, Cross Cit), Th
place, Austin Parsells (10 Gainesville. High Springs. Junic
pounds. 4 ounces); second Newberry, Steinhatchee and schec
place. Mill Lang (7 pounds. 9 Trenton to fish on the river July
ounces); third place. Christo- Saturday. There were some High:
pher Fisher (6 pounds, 12 there simply to support this Club
ounces); 9-12-year-old cate- great organization. Who are try c
gory: first place,. Austin the Shrinersi? WhN are they way .
Brannin (35 pounds 14 here? Why are they always this e
ounces): second place, rrie hanging around? Is itbe or
Roberts, (18 pounds. cause they enjoy all the fun Valle
ounce);tir pce ra stuff such as fishing tourna- Scho0
Tumnn i(17 pounds, 1 cents. chili cook-offs, ro- Ad
ounce-., and in the' 12-16- : H S ro _ablef
ounce: and iln the 12-16- deos, parades, festivals, car- able
year-old category ,were: first rivals football, cook outs, Bank
place, ,Kirby Davis (26 nis f c ot and
placed, K1rby Davis) (26s yard sales arind bake sales? and
pounds, 1 ouncess; second Of course it is! And why do Junio
place, Eric Rain (49 pounds Of course it is!. .And why do
place Eric Ra (19 pounds they do all these things? ber.
8 ounces); and third place, That's easy enough to an- avail
Justin Bryant (16 pounds). swer.....children! These men The
The winners in each, cate- se
goryfthe "Largest Breah catm" (ith their partners close by) spon:
gory forin the 5-to-8-year dgest Breamus- can be found all over the Then
in.Parsells (15ounces); 9-12 place, and they are all ouit spons
.Parsells (15 ounces); 9-2 there for one reason...the active
years, Tyler Sullivan (13 kids. Crippled and burned insp
ounces); and 13-16 years children receive care and as- Barba
(tied with a 12 ounce bream), instance at 22 Shrine hospi
Justin Bryant and Will
Career. A trophy was also T
given for the "'Largest Bass" T
to Eric Rain with a bass.
weighing 2 pounds, 3 ounces.
and one for the "Largest
Trash Fish" to' Trisha Fisher


operated completely by
*raisers designed in
towns with loving peo-
ke those found in fish-,
boats. Now that's
thing to get choked up
t. Picture that child in
ped bandages with
s from his head to his
maybe the little girl
ing with a limp, or
e even the one that will
r walk. Now think
d and see the child run-
and playing with no
iges, or the girl walking
ht getting around on her
or the young, one in the
chair looking a little
comfortable. Now
of the families enjoying
children with no worry
Dspital bills because the
ers took care of that for
i Life is kind. So, now
you see that Shriner,
can think of those chil-
and just say, "Thank
I know who you are and'.
)w what you do." Then
a moment to "thank"
self for dropping that
g he bucket, pur-
ng that homemade cake;
ng an ad in the tourna-
book or putting your
in a boat. However you
the Shriners, it is greatly
eciated by all those guys
ose funny little hats (the
and by the many fami-
if the Shrine children.
you know a child that
benefit with this assis-
e, please contact Sam
uson at 352-463-1409, "
pled and Burned Chil-
Representative for this.



isino Night
) Benefit
habitat For
humanity
iwannee
lley And
h ".J J. .A l ..
vy County


undation,
C,
e GFWC Williston
or Woman's Club has
duled Casino Night for
23, 2005 at the Williston
lands Golf and Country
at.7:00 p.m. The coun-
lub is located on High-
121. The proceeds from
.vent \will benefit Habitat
Humanity Suwannee
ey and Levy County
ols Foundation, Inc.
vance tickets are. avail-
for $20 at Perkins State
from Juilie Th6rrington
any GFWC Williston
r Woman's Club mem-
Tickets will also be
able at the door for $25.
e club is seeking table
sors for this event.
e are many levels of
worship available for this
ity. Anyone interested
onsorship should contact
ara at 528-4894.


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Page Eight LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


Land Transactions


Levy Land

Transactions
5/11/05 5/17/05
Transaction Code: AD-Agree
Deed, CD-Correctory Deed, CT-
Certificate of Title, D-Deed, E-
Easement, FJDX-Final Judgement
Divorce X, MMA-Mortgage Mod-
ify Agreement, QCD-Quit Claim
Deed, TD-Tax Deed, WD-
Warranty Deed.
D, (RE-RECORDED) $10.00,
LI MARY U ACRES
Buyer: CHAN NARSINGH
Seller: MADEWELL JAMES R
Seller: MADEWELL JOHN C
WD, $7,000.00, BDY NE1/4
SE1/4 29-11-17
Buyer: DORDOGE VIXIANNE P
Seller: ELGIN VERA M
Seller: ELGIN ROBERT J
WD, $34,500.00, L5(6) OAK
KNOLL ESTATES, W/MH
Buyer: BRAINARD JONATHAN L
Seller: FRENCH WILLIAM T
WD, $193,000.00, LOT t'6-
C13, R27-R29(D) KIKA HA
WOODLANDS
Buyer: SUNSHINE INVEST-
MENTS LLC
Seller: WALTER BAYNARD &
COMPANY
QCD, $10.00, LI MEADOW-
LAND ESTATES #1
Buyer: FUENTES PALMIRA M
Buyer: FUENTES RICHARD B
Seller: FUENTES RICHARD B
Seller: FUENTES PALMIRA M
QCD, $10.00, L13 NORTH .
STAR RANCHETTES
Buyer: BOEHNEL JEFFREY
Buyer: HANLON FRANCINE
Buyer: BOEHNEL MICHAEL
Seller: HANLON FRANCINE
QCD, $44,000.00, BDY SW
1/4 27-10-14,,ETC, SEE IMAGE
Buyer: SCHWARZ BOBBIE
Buyer: SCHWARZ WOLFGANG
Seller: J W PROPERTIES AND
INVESTMENT LLC
QCD, $2,500.00. L48 UNI-
VERSITY ESTATES, BDN 12-12-17
S.Buyer: B & W INVESTMENTS INC.
Seller: J W PROPERTIES AND
INVESTMENT LLC
WD, $3,000.00, L9(D)
PINEOAK HILLS #I
Buyer: KIRBY DARYL S
Seller: BERENATONANCY
Seller: MCINNISNANCY B
; QCD, $10.00, BDY SW 1/4 27-
10-14
Buyer: SCHWARZ TAYLOR D
Seller JW PROPERTIES AND
INVESTMENTS LLC
WD, $10 00. BDY SE 1,4 NW
S114.4-13-19. ETC. SEE IMAGE'
Buyer HARRIS MNARTHA
Buyer: HARRIS AGGIE L
Buyer: HARRIS QUINTON
Seller: HARRIS AGGIE LI

WD, $119,900.00, #85 ROLL-.
ING ACRES. BDY 27-12-17,
ETC, W/MH
Bu er COLEMAN PAULA L
Bu'er: COLE MAN STEPHEN
Seller. DAMPIER JAMES B DE-
CEASED
Seller: DAMPER MARY JEAN
CD, $1000, OR921:827. L5l67)
REPLAT WILLISTON HGH 5
Bu\er: SANCHEZ ESPERANZA
Bu\er: SANCHEZ ARMIN
Seller: SANCHEZ CAROL
Seller. SANCHEZ G ANTHONY
Seller. SANCHEZ GEORGE
Seller: SANCHEZ.MICHAEL L
QCD, $10.00, BD' 22-13-18,-
ETC, SEE IMAGE
Buyer- PARNELL ANGELA Y
Seller KLiDLACK JEFFERY J
WD, $48.000.00, LIO KING
RANCH OF FLORIDA
RANCHETTES 2ND ADD
Buyer: COLE CARL LEE
Seller: MICHAL SKI KATHY L
Seller: MICHALSKI GERALD
MARVIN /
WD, $8.000.00. L 10134) WIL-
LISTON HGH #7 '
Buyer: MID R & D INC
Buyer: SEBASTIAN TRUST INC
Seller: ONEAL CAROL A
Seller: ONEAL JAMES E
WD, $17,000.00,, L10(34)
WILLISTON HGH #7
Buyer: CASON JAMES W
Buer HEAD'JUSTIN M
Seller- MID R & D INC
Seller. SEBASTIAN TRUST INC
W D, 55.000.00. LI 8(100 .
WILLISTON HGH G&CC EST
Buyer:DENMAN ENTER- ,
PRISES INC
Seller: VELE4 MARIA T
.WD, $12.oo00t 00. L 18 l0(1
WILLISTON HGH G&CC EST
Buyer: TADO SIMONE
Seller- DENMAN ENTRPRSESINC
QCD, $10.00, L6i38i WILLIS-
TON HGH #14
Buyer: MCCORMICK NANCY
TRUSTEE
Buyer: NANCY MCCORMICK
DECLARATION OF LIVING
TRUST
Seller MCCORMICK NANCY,
DAVIS
-WD, $11,500.00, L15(B)
CASON INGLIS ACRES #1
S:' Buyer: STREETER JANETG -
SBuyer: STREETER RICHARD B
SSeller: MICGUIRL SKIP
Seller: SHOOP CHARLES E
SWD, $34,000.00, L7(3) HILL-
-'"CREST HTS


Buyer: FLS I LLC
Seller: COFFILL ROSEANN Y
Seller: COFFILL JOHN
WD, $10.00, L97-99(6) FAN-
NIN SPRINGS ANNEX
Bu'er: CANNON PEGGY A
Buyer: CANNON FRANK.
*.Seller: CANNON FRANK

': ,WD, $25,000.00, L48(93)
' WILl ISTON HGH G&CC EST


Buyer: SHASTEEN FRED
Seller: GONZALEZ VELEZ
EDNA R
Seller: PEREZ ANGEL PEREZ
Seller: VELEZ EDNA R GON-
ZALEZ
WD, $30,000.00, Ll(6) HILL-
CREST HTS
Buyer: FLS I LLC
Seller: WARE ELIZABETH
QCD, $1,749.00, L2(9) FAN-
NING SPRINGS ANNEX, W/MH
Buyer: GOLDEN WEST MFD HSG
Buyer: SUWANNEE VALLEY
HOMES INC
Seller: MCFARLAN ELIZABETH
WD, $145,706.93 UNDVD 1/2
INTEREST, UNIT B-204 NA-
TURES LANDING CONDO, ETC
Buyer: BAIR ANDREW
Buyer: BAIR STANLEY
Seller: PLASENCIA ELIZABETH S
Seller: PLASENCIA WILFREDO
WD, $ 10,000.00, L39(3)
FANNIN SPRINGS ANNEX
Buyer: BENAIN MAKEDA
Seller: WILCOX LARRY
WD, $10.00, L7(2) PLESANT
ACRES, ETC
Buyer: HEPSWORTH KU-
ULEIALOHA
Buyer: WESTON DONALD R.
Seller: WESTON DONALD R
WD, $44,550.00, BDY 10-12-
13, CAMP AZALEA
Buyer: DAVOLI LAURENCE J
Seller: PLUM CREEK LAND CO
WD, $13,000.00, L5(3), L4(4)
NOBLE ESTATES, BDY 29-14-18
Buyer: BOYD ESTRA
Seller: DINKINS BRAD TRUSTEE
QCD, $10.00, L58(32)RAIN-
BOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: EVERETTA JEANNETTE L
Buyer: SAN TEE DA RL ENE M
Seller: SANTEE DARLENE M
CT, $34,098.00, 38-04-CA-
1034, L4(C)CASONS INGLIS
ACRES #5, W/MH
Buyer: DAVID STEVEN THOMAS
Seller: WHITE JAMES R
Seller: CLERK OF COURT,
DANNY J SHIPP
Seller. L AMNP ROBERT W
Seller LANMPGAlLE
' WD, $16,000.00, L5-6, 15-
1610) SUlWANNEE RIVER HGI
Buier SWEARINGEN JOHN C
Seller. BROWNE PATRICIA D
W\D. 415.995 00. LI 1130)
OCALA HGH WEST
Buyer: NINA CHRISTIAN J
Seller: DYKES LEVONNE
WD, $10.00, UNDVD 1/2 IN-.
TEREST L39130) RAINBOW \
'LKES ESTATES SECN
Buyer: SCHARA LAWRENCE
Bu\er: SCHARA PAMELA :
Seller. CASH PANMELA NM
.Seller SCHARA PAMELA


WD, $95,000.00, L32 TRIPLE
CROWN FARMS #1
Buyer: DEXTER KELLY
Seller: NIX SHERYL DENISE!
WD, $33,500.00, L241i131
RAINBOR LAKES ESTATES
Bu\er CAREY CLAUDETTE
Bu\er: C.AREY ABRAHAM
Seller ORTOLIVO THOMAS P
WD, $10.00. BDY 4-11-14, ETC
Buyer: TYSON MARY K
Seller: GOING DAVID NI
Seller- GOING HENRY W JR.
Seller GOING MARY F
W D. $162.500 00. L55(63).
\\ ILLISTON HGH G&CC EST
Buyer: BARNETT COLE A
Seller ZEIGLER JOSEPH
WD, $40.000.00. BDY W.1/2
35-12-18, ETC
Bu\er PARADISE JUDY
Buyer: PARADISE EDWARD
Seller: STOKES LUTHER R
WD, 510,000.00, L12(22)
WILLISTON HGH G&CC EST
Buyer: GOLD IN NAPLES INC
Seller LOPEZ VALEN TIN
WD, $7,500.00, LI(A) WIL-
LISTON HGH #2,
.Buyer: SD SANFORD INC
Seller: FITZGERALD EDH ARD
WD, $10.00, BDY N\ I 4
NW1/4 36-12-17, ETC
B Buyer: ASBELL CAMERON%
Seller ISHIE FRANK
WD. $34,000.00, BDY NW1/4
NW' 4 36-12-17. ETC
Bu)er GILREATH J.ACQULELINE
Seller: ASBELL CAMERON
\VD, $14.000)f0. L6i20) \WIL-,
SLISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: MERCY BEATRICE
'Bu'er MERCY PRANTZ
Seller. BREAKTHRU PROP INC
HAD, $20.00000. Lll(18l
OCALA HGH \. EST
SBuyer: GOVIND IHAAN M.
Buyer: GO()VIND MICHAEL
Seller: BROKEN ARROW LAND
& TIMBER LLC
S WD, $14,000;00,, L9'8i \\ IL-
LISTON HGH G&CC ESTA.\TES
Buyer: DESTINY PHEDERME
SBuyer: DESTIN FINETTEA
Seller: BRZEZINSKIDOROTHY
Seller: BRZEZINSKI JOSEPH R
DECEASED
WD, $8,000.00, BDY NE1/4
SEI/4 9-12-17 r
Buyer: DOPPLERDAVE INC
Seller: DAVIS JASON R "
WD, $6.000 00. L 1(50) OAK .
RIDGE ESTATES
S Buyer: TAYLOR JOYCE FACEY
Buyer: TAYLOR RASHEED
Seller: I1RIZARRY ROBERTO,


WD, $2,750.00,' L15(8)
GREEN HGH PARK SD
Buyer: EMJ MNGMNT CORP
Seller: MARTON PAUL


WD,, $165,000.00, BDY S 1/2,
N1/2 29-12-18, ETC
Buyer: DARIUS KETTLY
Buyer: DARILIS JEAN
JACQUES
Seller: COTHRAN NATALIE
:REGINIA


Seller: ROBINSON NATHA-
NIAL RODERICK
WD, $6,000.00, L3(68) OAK
RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer: CLAY RAMON
Seller: HATHAWAY CLAIRE K
Seller HATHAWAY GARNETTE C
Seller: KIMBER CLAIRE K
WD, $6,000.00, L5(14) OAK
RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer: CLAY RAMON
Seller: KIMBER CLAIRE K
'WD, $6,000.00, L7(57) OAK
RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer: KENNEDY CORRINE
Seller: HATCHER THERESA
Seller: HATCHER KENNETH
WD, $6,000.00, L6(14) OAK
RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer: CLAY RAMON
Seller: KIMBER CLAIRE K
WD, $15,000.00, L7(55) UNI-
VERSITY OAKS
Buyer: RITTER HARVEY L
Seller: JJ R TRUST
Seller REINKE JOHN L TRUSTEE
WD, $6,000.00, L20(57)OAK
RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer: KENNEDY CORRINE
Seller: HATCHER THERESA
Seller: HATCHER KENNETH
WD, $9,000.00, L2(136) WIL-
LISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: DANCHAK STACEY
Buyer: DANCHAK KERRY
Seller- MCDONALD BETTY I
%WD, $6.000.00. L6(57) OAK
RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer: THOMPSON RUTH
Seller: HATC HEER TOHESRE SA
Seller: HATCHER KEN-NE TH
WD. $6.000.00. L21(57) OAK
RIDGE STATES;
Buyer: BELL CYNTHIA -
Buyer: BELL ALPHONSO
Seller: HATCHER THERESA
Seller: HATCHER KENNETH
WD, $13.000(1.00. L8(2)RE-
PLAT WILLISTONHGH#5
Buyer: JONES. TASPER
Buer. JONES DEN-ROY
Seller SMITH JEFFERY JOSEPH
WD. $25.000.00. L3(6i VILL.AGE
GREEN THUMBS DE\ INC # I
Buyer: THOMAS DAVID
Bu\er: THOMAS SH ERNI
Buyer: THOMNIAS DONOV\AN
Seller: CREGGER SUSAN B
Seller: CREGGER FRANK A
WD, $245,000.00, L5(C)
RIVER FOREST
Buyer: HOLBROOK JEAN E
Buyer: HOLBROOK JOHN E
Seller TIMUONS N\RG.-RET L



\D, $125.000.00, L22 PINE
MEADOWS. WNIH
Buoer DBO\NTNG1-\LRENCE"E
JR
Seller: KING DIANA L
Seller: KING DAVID L
WD, $12,000.00, L4(8)B&RSD 1
Buyer: CLOUGH CLIVE
Seller: LIVONI RICHARD
WD, $25,000.00, BDY NWi/4
NWI/4.16-15-13 '
Buyer: TINDALL CINDY
Bu\er TINDALL RICHARD
Seller: HUTTON GREGORY ,
ALLAN'
WD. $9,.01XI0. L24131B& RSD5
Buyer BROWN PAULETTE I
Seller LIVONI RICHARD
.. WD, $299.9n0 i.E. BDY SE114
23-13-18, ETC
Buyer: MOUNTAIN DALE
BuIer: IOUNTAN PAUL C
Seller DALY ROGER T
WD. $189.L000 0., L31(A) US
19 ,7ADD. FTC
Bu\er W\LiPEIZHENG
Bumer. ZHENG GLIO QIANG
Seller DUDAS IST\ AN STEVE
\VD, $9,500.0f), BDY SWI/4
NEI/4 3-12-17,ETC .
Buser: JEAN B\PTISTE SAR-
LET IE ;
Seller V\ASQUEZ JOSE ANGEL
MORAN DECEASED
Seller DE NIORAN JUST
:VILLEGAS
D, $12.50000. L38(2| OAK
FOREST ESTATES
Bi,.er. CROWL ROSENM.ARIE
Seller: .IANNEY REALTY INC
\VD. $12.51)) 00. L18(2) OAK
FOREST ESTA-JTES
Bu\er: .IJLLESVILINE
Seller: JANNEY REALTY INC
WD, $132.5u 01)i). L43-44 SIL-
VER OAKS SD PHASE I, W/MH
Buyer: HOWELL ELSAE
Buyer: HO\\ ELL JOHN D
Seller: PIRE BE VERL'N A .
TRUSTEE '
Seller PIRE DONALD J TRUSTEE,
Seller: PIRE FAMILY REVO-
CABLE TRUST
\\D. 5$109.)00.00. L9 SU-
WANNEE ACRES
Bu'er BOGDANOS ALEX.\NDER
Bui\er BOGDANOS LEONARD
Buyer: BOGDANOS SHARON L
Seller STUART LAURA BETH
Seller: STUART ELLIS
WD, 4-1.500 00. BDN SW1/4
NEI/4 3-12-17, ETC, SEE IMAGE
Buyer: JANNEY REALTY INC
Seller DE IMORAN JULSTA
VILLEGAS.
Seller: VAZQUEZ IOSE ANGEL
MORAN DECE BASED
D, 510.00, L38GREEN HILLS SD
Buyer: BLAKE WOOD SALLY
Seller: ALBERT WADE KILLAN
TRUST


Seller: ALBERT WADE
KILLIAN TRUST
Seller: BLAKEWOOD SALLY R
TRUSTEE

QCD. $12.1530), BDY23-12-18,
ETC
Buyer: FORBES SUSAN M
Seller: STATE OF FLORIDA IIT
FUND,
WD, $10.00, LII CEDAR
'KEY SHORES ADD, ETC


Buyer: JOSEPH T STRAUB
FAMILY TRUST
Buyer: STRAUB JOSEPH T
TRUSTEE
Seller: STRAUB PATRICIA Z
Seller: STRAUB JOSEPH T
WD, $8,000.00, L12(24) WIL-
LISTON HGH #5, ETC
Buyer: EARTH ACQUISITIONS
INC
Seller: VAZQUEZ JAMES
WD, $11,000.00, L6(101) WIL-
LISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: GOLD IN NAPLES INC
Seller: DEJESUS FRANCISCO
WD, $7,500.00, L15(112)
GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB ES-
TATES WILLISTON HGH
Buyer: SD SANFORD INC
Seller: LUCAS RAMONA G
Seller: LUCAS TRUETT L
Seller: LUCAS MONA A
Seller: GILLILAND RAMONA G'
QCD, $".600 00. LI-2
SHADY LANE
Buyer: SMITH BRAD
Buyer: SMITH WILLIAM B
Seller: LANCASTER D DEEN
WD, $35,000.00, LI SHADY LN
Buyer: RAIN ANGELA G
Buyer: RAIN \\ ILL.IANM H
Seller: SMITH BRAD
WD, $10.00, BDY SW/4
NE1/4 4-13-17- .
Buyer: BEAUCHAMP SAMMIE M -
JR
Buyer: BEAUCHAMP CHERYL
SIMS
Seller: SIMS NIL TON E
SWD, $4.10. BDY SE 1 4 .
NEI/44-13-17 -.
Buyer: BEAUCHANMP SANMMIE M
JR
Bu\er BE.LUCHANMP CHERYL

Seller SIMS MILTONE
SSeller BE.AUCHANIP CHERN L
SIMS
E. $1 )1). BDY 4-13-17, SEE
IMAGE
Bu\er STE\ENS RONALD W
Buer STE\ENS DANNY H
Seller BEAUCHIAN P SAN INMIE N
JR
Seller: BEAUCHAMP CHERYL
SIMS
WD, $620.100.00i, BDY
NH I 4 SE1/4 4-13-17, ETC, SEE
IMAGE
Buler STE\ENS RONALD W
Buoer STE\ENSD.ANNY H
Seller. SINMS ANNIE H
Seller: SIMS NILRREL HENRY
Seller: \\ ARD B.ARRY KE\ IN
Seller: W ARD BILLY GEILALDr
Seller: WARD ETHEL NI
Seller: \\ ARD JERRY W DE-
CEASED
SWD, 54.3)0o,0, DY NE.14.,. i.
NEI/4 15-12-1-. ETC
Buyer: KENNEDY WILLIAM M
Seller: WILLIAM A GILREATH
REVOCABLE TRLIST
Seller: GILREATH J.CQOUE-
LINE W TRUSTEE
WD, $11i.5) 00. L I4.16.25.29-
30(J)'COULNTRY ESTATES
Buyei: 1LIVONI RICHARD
Seller: EVER JACK K
WD, $5.i)(1i I10. L313) YEAR-
TYS.ADDITION
' BuNer GREENE FRANK ALBERT
BuNer: CANNON CHARLES L
Buoer GREENE DONALDJ
Seller: SMITH J.IEWELL C
Seller SMITH BERRY JR
\\D. $50 25i)i).1. LI 1(29)
WILLISTON HGH #5. W. MH
Buier CHEROCK AMBRY
Seller. CULLEN LYN .
Seller: HAWTHORNE LOIS
Seller: H A\ THORNE LOISJ
WD, $34.00)0 00" L[31Ki MOR-.
GAN F ARIS SD
Buyer: KIRBY DARYLS
Seller: JACKSON EUGENIA B
.: \D, $110.n0o ln), L32(C)
RIVERSIDE SD # II
Bu'er. HAYES MNARY
Bu\er HAYES KERRY
Seller: CRAIG CAROL YN
RHODES
Seller CRAIG LEE MNIATELL.
WD, $35,)0i1), L IIK) MOR-
GAN FAR-MIS SD
Buyer: KiRBY DAR 'LS
Seller- MILLS MATTIE
WD, $-40.00i)0.1. BDYN\\ 1/4,
N\ 1 I 4 25-14-l"
Buyer BYRAM BARBA.-RA
Bu'er- BYRANIDEBBIE
Seller SPARKS C TI 10M AS
Seller: SPARKS KATHY A
E. $10.00l,. L6-'.10- 11, BDY .
1.311616-13-19.ETC
Bu er ADELPHIA CABLE.
COMMUNICATIONS '
Buyer:TELESAT ACQUISITIONS
LLC : '. '
Seller: WILLISTON HEALTH .
CARE CENTER INC
WD, $25,1))1)00, L26112)
LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer. MULRRAY REBECCA
Bu)er. ILMU RRAY GARNETT
Seller: MCNAB HENRN
WD, $41,500.00, BDY 16-12-
17, 1 23_ 7 L LI0181 \\ ILLISTON
HGH G&CC ESTATES. ETC
Buyer: JEAN GLAUDE PRINSTON
Buyer: PRINSTON IEAN
GLAUDE
Seller: CARTEE EDWARD W
Seller C(ARTEE NAT \LI.A
ID, 557.50000, L29COASTAL.
OAKS. BDY 34-14-13.ETC '
Bu.er \I AND GLC INC
Buyer N L AND GLC INC
Seller HOLLAND DONALD F


\\D. $10.00. L7-8 1) WHIT-
TEDS MH ESTATES. W MHN
Buer MILIURPHYMNA-RIL YN
Buyer MUILRPHYM RALPH
Buser MURPHYMNI NRIL)N
Bu)er MURPHY RAI.PH
Seller: MURPHY MARILYN
Seller HOI. MAN MARILYN
WD, $5,000.00. L32(24) WIL-
LISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES'
Bu'er. COQLIERAN MICHAEL


WD, $36,500.00, L52(3) FAN- ;
NIN SPRINGS ANNEX. WI/MH
Buyer: KALAPOS LORI R
Seller: DAMICO THOMAS C '
WD, $40,000.00, LI,11(35)
WILLISTON HGH #7
Buyer: RIOS ROBINSON
Buyer: RIOS.CARMEN
Seller: VxORTHINGTON INEZ'
Seller: WORTHINGTON LLOYD,
QCD, $10.00,
BDYSE I 4SE 1/432-12-19
Buyer: ROBINSON TIRA
TERESE
Seller: MOORE SANDRA K
JAMES
Seller: ROBINSON TIRA
TERESE


Buyer: YIOVES CHARILAOS
Seller: BUTLER CARRIE
Seller: MLINARCIK STEPHEN S
QCD, $10.00, L32(24) WIL-
LISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: 182 MAIN ST RLTY CORP
Buyer: COQUERAN MICHAEL
Buyer: YIOVES CHARILAOS
Seller: COQUERAN MICHAEL
Seller: YIOVES CHARILAOS
WD, $15,000.00, L27-28(23)
WILLISTON HGH G&CC
Buyer: YIOVES CHARILAOS
Seller: ALMEIDA DANIEL P
WD, $63,000.00, LI 0(B)
LANGLEY ESTATES
Buyer: RONCO LAWRENCE E JR
Seller: NEUBERT LINDA
Seller: NEUBERT GARY
WD, $19,900.00, LI0(B)
LANGLEY ESTATES
Buyer: NEUBERT LINDA
Buyer: NEUBERT GARY
Seller: MCBRIDE SANDY
TRUSTEE
Seller: MCBRIDE SANDY
QCD, $10.00, L5(107) WIL-
LISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: 182 MAIN STREET RLTY
CORP
Buyer: COQUERAN MICHAEL,
Buyer:.) V1\ ES CH XRILA.OS
Seller: YIOVES CHARILAOS
QCD. $10.00, L32(270 WIL-
LISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer:.182 MAIN STREET RLTN
CORP
Buyer: COQUERAN MICHAEL
Buyer: YIOVES CHARILOAS
Seller: YIOVE'-. CHARILOAS
,QCD, $10:00, L31(27) WIL-
-LISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: 182 NLAIN STREET RL TV
CORP
Buyer: COQUERAN MICHAEL
Buyer:'. 10\ ES CH.ARILOAS
Seller YIO\ ES CH.kRILOAS
S WD, $6.5'"' 10') L6i 1081 WIL-
LIST(-N 11GH G&CC ESTATES
Bu'er VYIOVES CH ARILAOS,
Seller. CASTILLO TEOFILA
GU LiTIE RREZ
Seller: GUTIERREZ CASTILLO
TEOLA "
QCD. IV0.0). L6(li.18) \% IL-
LISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Bu\er 182 MAIN ST RLTY CORP
Buier CO()QIERAN MICHIAEL
Buyer: YIOVES CH IRIL \OS
SeIler: ). lOVES CHFARiLACOS
WD, $10,600.00, L 5I i86) \k IL-
LISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Bu'er VIO\ ES CHARIL \(OS
Seller: GONZALEZ PEDRO LUIS
QCD. $10nn. L151iS )\IL-
LISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Bu\er 182 M.MNSTRLTY CORP
Bu'er COOQLi.RAN MICH--EL
Buyer: YIOV\ES CHARILAOS
Seller: YIOVES CHARIL.AOS
\\ D, S9.0 00," L I 1-i \VIL-
LISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Bumer VIOES CHARILA.-\OS.
Seller C ASPERSON DANIEL.
..ANTHONY ,R .
'....*. -QCD, 410fl0). I. 1 Il151 \\ IL- r- '.
LIS-iT-ON HGI I GACC ESTATES
Buyer: 182 MAIN ST REALTY
CORP ,
Buyer: COQUERAN MICHAEL
Bu\er. IOV\ES CH ARILAOS
Seller YIOVES CH-IARILAOS,
CD, $10 ). OR 1"71. 142. L 1(7)
REPL.\T \\ILLISTON HGH #5
Buyer.ST ONGE L1NN F
BuNer. HARRISON HAROLDG
Seller SUNDOWNER PROP INC
\\D, $.13.l(ifn o.f LII "i RE-
PLAT WILLISTON HGH#5
Buyer E.ANS LINDA
Bu.er EVANS DANNY K
Seller: STONE LYNN F
Seller. I-.-ARRRISON HAROLD G
S\D. $4-.500 00. LI8-14 DIVER-_
SIFIED. BD' 29-11-17
Bu'er D(PPLERD.A\EINC
Seller. SNOULFFER CHARLES R
DECEASED
Seller SNOUFFER ALIRELI A I
S WD, :$13,500.00, L5 34 i IL-
LISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Bu\er DUBICk MKARG.ARET L
Buver DUBICK IOHNG
Seller- MOO-RE I JANET C
E, $5.500 0On. BDY 19-14-19, '
L4 MORRISTON OAKS
Bu\er SPRINT FLORIDA INC
Seller REIFSTECK ERIC .A
WD, $6,500.00, L11i801 OAK
RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer: SALONY LAMERCIE.
MOISE
Seller: VELAZQUEZ ANA
MARIA .
Seller: VEL.AZQLIEZ M.ARCIAL
CD, $1i)i0. OR918285.L35111
FANNTN SPRINGS ANNEX.
.Buier NEKOLACHERYL
Buyer: NEKOLA FRANK
Seller: KING D G
SSeller. KING )D W ;
Seller KING INVESTMENTS
H D. i2."i:) i00. L35(Ill)
SFANNIN SPRINGS ANNEX
Buyer: J W"ALVORD INC
Seller:NEKOLACHERYL
Seller: NEKOLA FRANK
WD, $126,900.00, L2-4 GIN.
SMAR FARMS
Buyer: HAMMOND PEGGY J
Buyer: HAMMOND STEVEN F
Seller; IRM.\ KING.REVOCA-
BLE LIVING TRUST
Seller: JACKIE D KING REVO-
CABLE LIVING TRUST
Seller: KING IRMA
Seller KING IRMA TRUSTEE
Seller. KING.JACKIE D
Seller: KING JACKIE D TRUSTEE


W JR
. CD, $10.00, OR918/524,
L34(43) RIANBOW LAKES ES-
TATES SEC N
Buyer: LANDMARK HOLD-
INGS INC
Seller. EDMUND HALSENMA
REVOCABLE TRUST.
* Seller. HALSEMA EDMUND
Seller HALSEMA EDMUND
TRUSTEE
S\\D, $32,11(0 00. L34(43)"
RAINBOW LAKES ESTSEC N
Buyer: PROVIS INVSTMNTS LLC
Seller: A 1 FLORIDA LAND LLC
WD, $34,500.00, L21(6)
RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES
SECN


WD, $10,400.00, L16-17(B)
PINEOAK HILLS #1
Buyer: GERMAIN GILBERT
Seller: GILREATH JACQUE-
LINE W TRUSTEE
Seller: GILREATH WILLIAM A
ESTATE
Seller: WILLIAM A GILREATH
REVOCABLE TRUST
D, $10.00, CC HINDS
COUNTY MS, UNDVD 1/4 IN-
TEREST, BDY L13-14(l 1) CE-
DAR KEY SD, ETC, SEE
Buyer: BROWN LEE
Seller: FIRST NATIONAL
BANK OF JACKSON TRUSTEE
Seller- SMITH RANDOLPH DE-
CEASED
WD, $240,000.00, BDY SI/2
SW 1/4 28-14-18
Buyer: JAUSS JOHANNA
Buyer: JAUSS HYGIN
Seller: B & G FAMILY PART-
NERSHIP LLLP
WD, $240,000.00, BDY 23-14-18,
ETC
Buyer: B & G FAMILY PART-
NERSHIP LLLP
Seller: JAUSS JOHANNA
SSeller: JAUSS HYGIN
WD, $25,000.00, L7(18) C S.
NOBLE SURVEY
Buyer: GREENE NANCY T
Buyer BECKHAM PATRICIA G
Buyer RACHID C HRISTOPI-IER R
Seller: HUTCHISON DAVID G
Seller: HUTCHISON KAREN L
QCD, $100:00, BDYSE1/4
SW1/4 25-16-16, W/MH, ETC
Bu\er HOOKS PATRICIA L
Seller: ROWLE T TE LARON C
CT, $100.00, 04-CA-1032,L2(23)
UNl-ERSITY OAKS, W/MH
Buyer: COUNTRYWIDE HOME
LOANS
Seller- BLUE RIVER CORP
Seller: CLERK OF COURT:
DANNY J SHIPP
Seller BAGGETTJESSE C
CT, $100.1), 38-04-CA-1052.
L3(2) SUWA\NNEERVETR HGH
. W/MH
-Buyer: DEUTSCHE BANK NA-
TIONAL
Seller:.TURNER PATTY M
Seller: CLERK OF COURT T
DANNY J SHIPP
WD, $85,000.00, BDY NE1/4
29-12-17 .
Buyer: ADRIEN HELTONN
Bu',er NARCISSE ODVE
Seller SEE TRANM S\NDRA I
QCDM, $10 .1, BDY L172 2
FOREST PARK #2
Bu\er BILTON FURMAN J
Seller- BIL TON WENDY G
.W D, S8.1i0000.1 ) L 1,0(5) WIL-
LISTON IIGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: SD SANFORD INC
Seller CRUZ DIANA RODRI-
GUEZ
Seller- RODRIGUEZ CRUZ.
DIAN A
\\D, $3.895.0o. L51421 \ IL-
LISTON HGH #4 ,
Bu\er-COLLIS MNAlXIANI
Seller: BLUE RIVER CORP
WD, $10.00, LI(28iiLLIS-
TON HGH 414
Buyer: COLLIS MAXIMA
Seller BLUE RIVER CORP
SD. $"'.500.(,. L 14(108)
WILL ISTON HGH1 G&CCEST
Buser DENMAN ENTER-
PRISES INC
Seller: DE TESUS NELSON JR
Seller DEJESLUS NELSON JR
WVD, $7.5')000. L1i l08 i
WILLISTON HGH G&CC EST
Bu\er DENKMAN ENTER-
PRISES INC
Seller DE JESUS -\NTONIO1
Seller DE JESIS JOSE ANTONIO
WD, $23.00000. L14.151i08'8
IL LISTEN HGH.G&CC EST
BBu)er ANTOINE CARLINE
Buyer: ETIENNE JEAN .
Seller DENMNAN ENTRPRSES INC
\WD, $80,0'i0.00. BDY W1/2
WI 230-12-18. ETC, W/MH:
Bu)er FAVER TRAVISD
Seller: LONDON RO.kANNE JODY
QCD, $1.0.00, BDY S\W1 '4 25-
1:11-14, ETC. SEE IMAGE
Bu\er: BISHOP MARY
Buyer: BISHOP JESSE E
Seller. KIM CHOONY
Seller KIM CHULL
WD, 550.00000. BDY NEl/4 -
SWI 4 14-16-15
BuLer. SMITH JAMES If
Buier KIRBY DARYL S
Seller HOLIFIELD JASON G
WD, 568.i02 00, L I -81 11 12
SHILL CREST #1, ETC
Buyer: NORTH FLORIDA MINI
,STORAGE COMPANY
Seller: OCALA SALES CO
WD, $10.00. L7(8) BRONSON
HTS .
Bu\er CARTEE NATALJA
Seller. MARCIANOOLGA.
Seller" MARCIANO ANAMADOR
WD, $10.00, L3(56) WLLIS-
TON HGH #14
Buyer: CARTEENATALJA :
Seller: MCKENNAMARGARET S
QCD, $10.00, L2(A) CASONS
INGLIS ACRES #6
Buyer: DEVELOPING LANDS
CONSTRUCTION INC
Seller: A H KEYPUNCH SER-
VICE INC.
WD, $120.000 00. BDY 24-12-
18, ETC SEE IMAGE
Buyer: CRAIG JOHN A
Buyer THACKURDEEN VISH- '
NOODATT
Seller: ALEXANDER JOHNN1E


HERNANDEZ
Seller: CLERK OF COURT
* DANN% J SHIPP
TD, $16.500.00. #2716-98.
SL13(27) WILLISTON HGH #7
Buyer- MCH 103 FL CORP
TRUSTEE
Seller: SISK ELSIE
Seller: CLERK ()OF COURT
DANNY J SHIPP
Seller: SISK HENRY .
TD, I 15.000.00'J. 2900-98,.
L6(12),WILLISTON HGH #H14
' Buyer: TOTTEN LEANNA
Buyer: DOC KTER GERALD
Seller: GALVIN SHIRLEY
Seller: CLERK OF COURT
DANNY I SHIPP
* TD, $1o.200 00. #741-1998,
L28 UNIVERSITY ESTATES,


.t,. A


Buyer: BOODHOO JAGDEO
Seller: CHASTAIN ELFRIEDE R
WD, $30,900.00, L27(38) RAIN-
BOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: PROVIS INVSTMNTS LLC
Seller: LOMBA PATRICIA V
WD, $185,000.00, L4
HUGHES AIRPORT ESTATES,
ETC, SEE IMAGE
Buyer: HUYGHERBAERT JO-
SEPHINE M TRUSTEE
Buyer: HUYGHERBAERT
MARC L TRUSTEE
Buyer: AIRPORT ROAD LAND
TRUST
Seller: HUGHES CATHERINE K
Seller: HUGHES WILLIAM J
QCD, $10.00, L2(T) FOX
GROVE FARMS SD
Buyer: ANELLO ERICA L
FISCHER TRUSTEE
Buyer: ANELLO NICHOLAS A
TRUSTEE
Seller: ANELLO ERICA
FISCHER
Seller: ANELLO NICHOLAS
QCD, $10.00, BDY 10,11-14-
13, ETC
Buyer: RANALLO FRANK R
Buyer: OQUINN JERI L
Buyer: BOLING GERALD L
Buyer: BOLING ELIZABETH J
Buyer; OQUINN LELAND G
Buyer: RANALLO MICHAEL J
Seller: BOLING ELIZABETH
Seller: OQUINN LELAND G
Seller: OQL U INN JERI L
Seller: RANALLO MICHAEL
Seller: BOLING GERALD
'WD, $10.J01.101), L9(27) WIL-
LISTON HGH #7
Buyer: SD SANFORD INC
Seller: GERARDO PECCHIA
REVOCABLE TRUST
Seller: PECCHIA GERARDO JR
TRUSTEE
Seller: PECCHIA GERARDO
TRUSTEE
QCD, S2,450.00, BDY SE114
NW114 25-14-17
Buyer: R()OGER S 10.ANN S
Seller: ROGERS CARL TON L
QCD, .62.0(ii00". BDY NEI/4
NE1/4 34-1 1-14 ETC
Buyer: COSBY B JOYCE
Seller: WALTER MORTGAGE
COMPANY
WD, $11.1o,. L4 KINGS HILL
Buyer: AW\N DONNA
Buyer: KNIGHTJODY '
Seller DAILEY LAUREN J
Seller DAILEY ROBERT L
%\ D, $'9.900 1. L4 KINGS HILL
Buier: FRASER PENNY
Bu-,er. FRASER GARY L
Seller N %N DONNA
Seller. KNIGHT IODY
\\ D. $".9951 '0. L2(32) UNI-
VERSITY OAKS
Bui,er BROWN CI.HARLES A
Seller LANDOWNERS CORP
WD. $17,500.00. BDY NW1/4
NEI 4 10-12-l'
Bu.,er J',iNGKANS J.I SHAE
Bu\er JUNGKANS KARL A
Seller %O (-THIlNG(TONINEZ yd.
Seller. \\ OR 1 fHINGTON LLOYDI
. WD. $4-.000 Ofi BDY NW 1/4
NE I 412-12-1'
Bu\er RODRIGUEZ HIGINiA
Buyer: RA\MOS \ALENTIN DE I
Seller- LEVY L AND COMlPANY
WD, $4,000.00, BDY SEI/4
SE '412-12-" :
Bu\er RIVERALILLIAMI
Seller. LEVY LAND COMPANY.
S\\D, $4 1)000 00. BDY NEEI 4-
NWI 4 12-12-1"
Bui. er FIGUEROA RAFAEL
Seller: LEVY LAND COMPANY
WD, $6,800.00, L32(G)
CASONS iNGLISACRES 9.
Buyer: DOPPLERDAVE INC
Seller: HITCHCOCK GERALD-
'INEL .
WD, $1000,' L32(G) CASONS
INGLIS \CRES#9
Bu'er. DOPPLERDAVE INC.
Seller: RICE THEODORE J
WD, $10.00, L32iGiCASONS
INGLISACRES#9 ,
Buiei DOPPLERDAVE INC
Seller RICE THOMAS 0
WD, 52 8 i) 00, L8(30), L28(49)
OAK RIDGE ESTATES SD
Bumer EM.I MANAGEMENT
CORP
Seller: FIRST MANAGEMENT
COMPANY
WD, $7.0001 0. L12-13(53);
L8-9(58), L 16(66) OAK RIDGE.
ESTATES SD.
Buyer: EMJ N1NGMINT CORP
Selleir: FIRST MNGMNT CO
WD, $35.0,):i'X'. L28(20)RAIN-
BOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: EXANTUS CASSANDRA
Buyer: E X A N T U S SOCRATES
Seller: TREFETHEN IRENE
SSeller TREFETHEN MERCER "
WD, $15,50)0 00. L3(77) RE-
: PLAT WILLISTONHGH#5 .:
Buier MiORENCY EL\ANIAC
Bu>er MORENC' FRANKLIN
Seller: HOLLANDR MEDFORD

WD, $15,000.00, LI1-12.3) B
S& R SD #5, BDY 32-12-18
Bu~er MERCY BEATRICE.
Bu)er. MERC\ FRANTZ,. .
Seller: AEXANDREYVELLEC
Seller: ALEXANDRE JEAN A,
TD, $10,I.400 00. #821-98, BDY
. NE1/4 NW1/4 15-12-17
SBuyer: SULLIVAN M \RK P
Buyer: SULLIVAN NANCY J
Seller SANCHEZ'GLADYS








LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


Page Nine


JUNE 9, 2005


BDY 10-12-17
Buyer: ONDRICK MARK
Buyer: STOICA PATRICIA
Seller: DE SOLA INES VE-
LAZQUEZ
Seller: CLERK OF COURT
DANNY J SHIPP
WD, $12,900.00, LIO0(5) WIL-
LISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: ELKIN MARTIN
Buyer: BEDELL SUSAN
Seller: SD SANFORD INC
WD, $13,000.00, LI 1(19) RE-
PLAT WILLISTON HGH #5
Buyer: STARNES ROBERT
Seller: ROCHA NORMA
i Seller: PICARD WILLIAM E
WD, $75,.00, LIOBRONSON
. SQUARE
Buyer: MOODY CATHERINE A
S Buyer: MOODY WILFRED LEE JR
Seller: MYERS MARY LOUISE
QCD, $10.00, WK #26
UNIT301 CEDAR COVE PHASE
I CONDO
Buyer: JAMES E COLBY AND
LORETTA F COLBY INTER
VIVOS
Buyer: COLBY JAMES E
TRUSTEE
Buyer: COLBY LORETTA F
TRUSTEE
Seller: COLBY LORETTA F
Seller: COLBY JAMES E'
QCD, $10.00, BDY SE1/4
SEI/4 6-13-15
Buyer: LAFKO MELISSA
Buyer: LAFKO DENNIS G
Seller: LAFKO DENNIS G
WD, $36,500.00, L23(48) RAIN-
BOW LAKES EST SECT N
Buyer: PYDA JAROSLAW
PIOTR
Buyer: PYDA WOJCIECHF
Seller: PRIMA PROP LLC
WD, $120,000.00, L6 WHIS-
PERING OAKS, W/MH
Buyer: WETHERBEE WILLIAM B
Seller: CASSON BRIAN J
Seller: CASSON MELISSA
Seller: CASSON THOMAS J
WD, $10.00, L15(53) WILLIS-
TON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: THEME MARIE
Buyer: THEME THEODULE
Seller: LEHMAN REVOCBL TRST
Seller: LEHMAN WARREN P
TRUSTEE
Seller: LEHMAN PHYLLIS M
TRUSTEE
WD, $13,000.00, L15(53)
WILLISTON HGH G&CC EST
Buyer: SAINT LOUIS KETIA J
Buyer: SAINT LOUIS PIERRE G
Seller: THEME MARIE
Seller: THEME THEODULE
WD, $15,000.00, Ll4(A).
WOODLAND ACRES
Buyer: MOXLEY DANA R
Buyer: MOXLEY JOHN S
Seller: BUNCH NANCY
Seller: BUNCH RICHARD A
WD, $45,500.00, L22 OAK
HAMMOCK SD:
iEu,.( L Ai ,rr i n.; .,T '.:im .'7
Seller PERKINS STATE BANK
WD. $75.u00J01)(. L li4Ai
WOODL \ND A( RES
Bu3er TA.YLORRASHEED
Buyer; TAYLOR JOYCE FACEY
Seller: MOXLEY DANA R
Seller: MOXLEY JOHN S
WD,. $18,000.00, L15(37)
RAINBOW LAKES EST -TES
Buyer; I BUY LAND LLC
Seller: RENT A SERVICE LLC
Seller: VANBERG TIA
WD, $18,000.00, L15(37)
RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES
Buyer: PEREZ YANkILKA
Bu) er- MUSTAFA SAM UE L
Seller: I BUY LAND LLC
WD,'$3.5'0 mi). L3(17)
BRONSON HTS
Buyer: AGOSTO IVELISSE
Buyer: LOZADA ALBERTO
PADILLA
Buyer: PADILLA LOZADA AL-
BERTO
Seller: MARTINEZ MIGDALIA
Seller: ARROYO CARMELO
WD, $54,900.00, (19) OLD
CHIEFLAND,' ETC, SEE IM -\GE
Buyer: BKE VENTURES INC '
Seller: HARRISON ALAN 0
Seller: HARRISON OMA U
WD, $20,000.00, L 11-13(C) SU-
WANNEE RIVER SPRINGS SD #2'
Buyer: ERICKSON ANTON
Seller: KILLABREW COLEN
ROSS
Seller: KILLABREW F RON IE E
Seller: KILLABREW ROSS D
DECEASESD
Seller: MCKOY NANCY KIL-
LABREW
WD, $18,900.00, L10(28) RAIN-
BOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: MARSTON GIRDA SMITH
Buyer: MARSTON MELVIN K.
Seller: BRYANT INDUSTRIES INC
WD, $21,000.00, L9(51) RE-
PLAT WILLISTON HGH #5
Buyer: KAMUDA HELEN


Buyer: KAMUDA JOHN
Seller: WATTERS SHERRY
Seller: WATTERS LEON
WD, $1,700.00, L3(4) OAK
RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer: FARROW FRED J
Seller: LOCKWOOD NYLA J
Seller: LOCKWOOD ERWIN L
WD, $50,000.00, L47 WITH-
LACOOCHEE RIVER PARK
ESTATES, W/MH
Buyer: HELANDER NANCY PACE
Seller: MCGLOCKLIN FRANCES
WD, $16,500.00, LIO SILVER
OAKS SD PHASE I
Buyer: GOLD IN NAPLES INC
Seller: ALR HOME IMPROVE-
MENTS LLC
WD, $15,000.00, L9 SILVER
OAKS SD PHASE I
Buyer: GOLD IN NAPLES INC
Seller: ALR HOME IMPROVE-
MENTS LLC
WD, $16,500.00, L19 SILVER
OAKS SD PHASE I
Buyer: D PEREZ CORP
Seller: ALR HOME IMPROVE-
MENTS LLC
WD, $12,000.00, L4(14) WIL-
LISTON HGH #12
Buyer: CAMPBELL EDWARD
Buyer: CAMPBELL CASWELL
Seller: DRIGGERS CAROLINE H
WD, $260,000.00, BDY 3-15-
17, SEE IMAGE
Buyer: POSSLER LORNA
Buyer: WILSON JACK
Seller: BAKER LUANN
Seller: BAKER RAYMOND E
WD, $13,000.00, LI 1(2) WIL-
LISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: TOWNSEND RAMON
Buyer: TOWNSEND ELIZA-
BETH
Seller: MCGAULEY DOUGLAS L
WD, $13,000.00, L4(34) WIL-
LISTON HGH #14
Buyer: ROBINSON DONNA
Seller: MCGAULEY DOUGLAS
WD, $52,900.00, L3 GREEN
HILLS SD
Buyer: CHARLES NELLIE NE-
MOUR
Buyer: CHARLES INNOCENT
Seller: BLAKEWOOD SALLY R
Seller: BLAKEWOOD STEPHEN
WD, $10,000.00, L8(2) WIL-
LISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: ISOM CHEYENNE L.
Seller: CARTEE NATALJA
WD, $135,000.00, LI-2(B)
CASONS INGLIS ACRES #6
Buyer: NATURAL, IMPRES-
SIONS INC
Seller: CASON DOROTHY C
Seller: CASON JAMES A
WD, $500.00, L9(35) WILLIS-
TON .HGH #5
Buyer: SCHRAGEL VIRGINIA P
Buyer: SCHRAGEL ALEXAN-
DER J
Seller: PAGAN THERESA D
TRSTE
Seller: RAYMOND & THERESA
DECARLO REVOCBLE LVNG
TRST .- .... .
WD. $16.000.0' I L 550) p WIL-
LISTON HGH Hl4
Buyer: TO\N SEND FEL IZABE THI
Seller: DA\NIEL MARY
Seller: DANIEL THOMAS
WD, $190,000.00, BDY NEI 4
SEI/4 3-13-17, ETC
Buyer: QUALITY LAND DE-
VELOPERS LLC
Seller: BROWN AUDRIE M
Seller: BROWN JACOB A
WD, $110,000.00, BDY SW
1/4NE 1/4S22-12-14, ETC
Buyer: HASSELL MAYSEL M
Buyer: HASSELL TERRRM G
Seller: HUDSON JAMES R JR
WD, $24,000.00, L7(93) WIL-
LISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: MAS ISABELL
Buyer: MARPLE PAUL
Buyer: MAS RAMON
Seller: CAMPBELL GLENN E
Seller: CAMPBELL PAUL
Seller CvIMPBELL BETTY
WD, $9,5000'0, L10(133)
WILLISTON HGH G&CC EST
Buyer: ROYALTY INVEST-
MENT ENTERPRISES CORP
Seller: SWINDERMAN ZAIDA
Seller: SWINDERMAN JAMES R
WD, $25,000.00, L3(141)
WILLISTON HGH G&CC EST
Buyer: KOUTSAVLIS ANGELO
Seller: DE RODRIGUEZ
MARISOL ERAZO
Seller: RODRIGUEZ SANTIAGO
CRISTOBAL
Seller: SANTIAGO CRISTQBAL
RODRIGUEZ
QCD, $10.00, L14(l 12) WIL-
LISTQN HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: 182 MAIN ST RLTY CORP
Buyer: COQUE RAN MICHAEL
Seller: KOUTSAVLIS ANGELO .
WD, $11,000.00, LI4(112)
WILLISTON HGH G&CC EST
Buyer: KOUTSAVLIS ANGELO
Seller: GONZALEZ ANTONIO
MALAVE


Seller: MALAVE GONZALEZ
ANTONIO
Seller: NIEVES ELBA ORTIZ
Seller: ORTIZ NIEVES ELBA
QCD, $10.00, L3(141)WIL-
LISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: 182 MAIN ST REALTY
CORP
Buyer: COQUERAN MICHAEL
Seller: KOUTSAVLIS ANGELO
WD, $44,550.00, LI CAMP
AZALEA, BDY 10-12-13
Buyer: TIBBETTS JEANNE
THOMAS
Seller: PLUM CREEK LAND
COMPANY
WD, $63,250.00, LI CAMP
AZALEA, BDY 10-12-13
Buyer: ROESCH KENNETH M III
Buyer: ROESCH KENNETH M JR
Buyer: ROESCH ANITA
Seller: PLUM CREEK LAND CO
WD, $99,000.00, LI CAMP
AZALEA, BDY 10-12-13
Buyer: ROESCH KENNETH M
Seller: PLUM CREEK LAND
COMPANY
WD, $8,000.00, L3(31) WIL-
LISTON HGH #7
Buyer: SD SANFORD INC
Seller: YOUNG PAULETTE K
Seller: YOUNG STANLEY W
QCD, $10.00, L32(42)RIAN-
BOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: PORTER KIRK
Seller: PORTER DAYLE
Seller: PORTER DANNY
WD, $52,000.00, L36-37(11)
FANNIN SPRINGS ANNEX,
W/MH
Buyer: J W ALVORD INC
Seller: JOHNSON THOMAS R'
Seller: FIEDLER JACK
WD, $44,850.00, LI-3, RE-


PLAT OF LI OF GIN MAR-
FARMS
Buyer: ETIENNE MAGDALI
Buyer: ETIENNE WILSON E
Seller: IRMA KING REVOCA-
BLE LIVING TRUST
Seller: JACKIE D KING REVO-
CABLE LIVING TRUST
Seller: KING IRMA TRUSTEE
Seller: KING JACKIE D TRUS-
TEE
WD, $22,000.00, L18-19(8C).
MEADOWS OF BEAUTIFUL
BRONSON
Buyer: BRUNET ENRIQUE
Buyer: GARCIA ISABEL
Seller ANDERSON DARLENE A
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per. These animals are eager
to find a home to call their
own. First, Liz is a 12-
week-old black female lab
mix. She is current on her
shots and spayed. She en-
joys exercising and relaxing
in the sun. She does well
with kids and other dogs.
She was rescued from a kill
shelter. Please help her find
a forever home!
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week-old brown male lab
mix. He is always first 'to
the dinner plate as he is
taller than his brother and


sisters. He is also current on
shots and neutered. Please
save a life!
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friends, please feel free to
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sage with the animal's name
that you are inquiring about
at 352-486-5705. The Hu-
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County, Inc. is a non-profit
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Inc., -P.O. Box 678, Bron-
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Page Ten LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL JUNE 9. 2005


Church News .Obituaries


Williston Church Bible

School To Go On

Serengeti Trek


By: Tracie OSteen

The thought of going on a
Safari voyage is exciting to
most kids. You might get to
see a giraffe stretching.out
its long neck to nibble
leaves from trees or maybe
feel the excitement of
watching a lion rtouching in
the high grss \v.tiiing to
pounce on its next meal or
watching as the elephants
lumber alt the dusty trail
enroate t the water to
bathe..
The Wi'!!!i,, Church of
God invits your children to
their 1.a'I. o Bible School
to gather in the grassland of
the Seregeti trek. Seren-
ge "r' .Ei'.s kids to go
on a "'Bible Expedition" and


venture into the word of
God and explore its amaz-
ing adventures.
The groups of participants,
also called Safari Crews,
will visit different Serengeti
stations where they will en-
joy Bible Point' Crafts and
exciting games, experience
thrilling stories from God's
word, sample some tasty
treats and hear and enjoy
unforgettable music. Plus,
they will meet lots of new
friends!
The schedule for the camp
is June 20-24, 2005 from
8:15 a.m. 11:30 a.m. If
you would like more infor-
mation please call Kelly at
(352) 528-6384, or the
church office at (352) 528-
5982.


The Sammy Glass Family

To Be In Concert At First

United Methodist Church,

Chiefland June 10


The Sammy Glass Family
will appear in concert at the
First United Methodist
Church, Main Street,
Chiefland, Florida on Friday
night June 10, 2005 at 7:30
p.m. There is no admission
charge, however a love
offering will be taken.
The Sammy' Glass Famihl
has been traveling in full-
time music evangelism
since 1988. Although their,
home base is a small town
in East Tennessee, Decatur,
Tennessee, their travels
have taken them into most
.of the eastern and ,mid,
' western states. The\ are -on.
the road between 220 to 250
'days out of the year
ministering in churches,
concerts, revivals, camp
meetings, etc.
This is truly a family-
group that consists of,
Sammy, his wife, 'Gayla,
their daughter Canfdice, and
their two sons, Justin and
Christopher. Sammy and
Gayla.have been involved in
Gospel music most of their
lives. Sammy sang with his
family, "The Telestials," for
many years. Gayla sang and
played the piano with her


family, the Henry Singers,
before joining with "The
Telestials" when she and
Sammy married. Candice,
Justin and Chris have each
been singing since they
were about two years of
age. They have developed
into versatile soloist,
harmony singers and
musicians.
This is a group you don't
want to miss! They praise
God for the talents He has
given them, and they thank
Him for blessing them withl
the opportunitN to trael and
sing together as a family.
.Their utmost desireeds thatt
hearts would be changed,
blessed and encouraged for
the kingdom of God through,
their music and testimony.
They will strive: to sing
songs that reach out 'and
touch the hearts arid lives of
people of all ages and
backgrounds. Please join
them' for an evening of
inspiration and family
enjoyment. ."
For information call- the
church office, 352-493-
4627 -or the Praise, Shop.
352-493-0209. ,


Calendar Of Events For

Family Caregivers


June 7 Fires, Floods and
Hurricanes...Being Pre-
pared For Disasters,
Chiefland Senior Center.'
305 S.W. 1st Street,-
Chiefland, 11:30-a.m. For
more information, please
call Barbara Cook at 352-
493-6709.
June 9 O'Gara
Caregiver Education Series,
co-,ia.ored by the
Alzheimer's Association
and Family Caregiver
SLppi ?rt, Pg.rm. Topic:
"Caregiver Stress
Mainager~nt" at First
Baptist C frch of
Chiefland, US Highway 27
Alt., C'ii-.f ;d, b6... a.m.-
12:00 noon. Please RSVP to
the Alzheimer's Association
at 352-372-6266.
June 18 Caregiver and
Grandparents raising
Grandchildren Training,
"Stress Mfanagement." 1:00
p.m., Mount Erie Baptist
Church, 1216 N.W I11


Avenue, Chiefland. For"
more information, please
call Marni at 1-800-717-'
3277,
June 21 Healthy Heart
Bingo. Chiefland Senior
Center, 305 S.W. 1st Street,
Chiefland, 11:30 a.m. For,
more information, please
call Barbara Cook, at 352-
493-6709.
June 21 Family
Caregiver Support Group,.
First: Baptist Church, 511
North Young Botletard,
U.S. High\\a\ 27 Alt.,
Chiefland, 10:00 a.m. For
more information, please
call Sandra at 1-800-717-
3277.
June 23 Family
Caregiver Support Group,
Willisiln llealth Care
Center, 300 N.W. First.
Aientc. Williston, 2:00
p.m. Refreshments will be
served. For more in-
formal ion, please call
Sandra at 1-800-717-3277.


Mr. Bill DeFeo

Bill DeFeo of Chiefland
died Thursday, June 2,
2005, at the Veterans Af-
fairs Medical Center in
Gainesville. He was 68.
Mr. DeFeo was born in
Jersey City, New Jersey,
and moved to Chiefland
from Hollywood in 1999.
He was a retired chef and
served in the U.S. Air
Force. He was Catholic.
Survivors include his wife,
Kathleen DeFeo of Chief-
land; a daughter, Regina
DeFeo of Las Vegas; sons
Fred DeFeo of Island
Heights, New Jersey, and
Ralph DeFeo of Clearwater;
stepdaughters Penny Pearce
of Muskegon, Michigan,
and Kathleen Mary Webb of
Chiefland; stepsons Donald
Lawrence of Wytheville,
Virginia, and Paul Webb of,
Guthrie, Oklahoma; 'broth-
ers Barry DeFeo, of Old
Bridge, New Jersey, and
Nicholas DeFeo of Jersey
City; 21 grandchildren; and
five great-grandchildren.
Arrangements by Hiers-
Baxley Funeral Services in
Chiefland.

Mrs. Evelyn Amy
Greene

Evelyn, Amy Greene of,
Dunnellon died Monday,
May 30, 2005, at her home;.
She was 54.
Mrs. Greene" was born in
Cheboygan, Michigan. She
moved to Dunnellon three
years ago -from Citrus.
County.
She was a hairdresser.
Survivors include her hus-
band;, John Greene of Inglis:
sons Jeffrey M. Crouch and
Bradley Charles Crouch.
Both of Athens, Georgia:
her former husband. 'Mi-
chiael t'roucf'Tof Di'nnellori;
sisters Valarie Miller, Janet
Wolfe, Christine Jungman
and Coleen Wyss, all of
Michigan; a brother, Ed
Southwell of Michigan; and
one granddaughter.


Arrangements by Hiers-
Baxley Funeral Services in
Chiefland.


Mr. Charles Henry
Hughes
Charles Henry Hughes of
Steinhatchee died Saturday,
May 8, 2005, at his home.
He was 63.
Mr. Hughes moved to
Steinhatchee 14 years ago
from St. Petersburg. He was
an automobile mechanic
and a jack-of-all-trades.
Survivors include his wife,
Charlotte Hughes of Stein-
hatchee; sons Chuck
Hughes of Newberry. and
Michael Hughes of Stein-
hatchee; a daughter, Char-
lotte Hughes of Stein-
hatchee; a sister, Karen
Lowe of Cleveland; his
mother, Ann Hughes of
Cleveland; and one grand-
child.
Arrangements by Rick
Gooding Funeral Home in
Cross City.

Mr. Bernard
Jakobsen Jr.
Bernard Jakobsen Jr. of
Williston died Friday, May
27, 2005, at his home. He
was 73.
Mr. Jakobsen was born- in
Boston and moved to Wil-
liston 10 years ago from
Davie.
He was a painter and
served in the U.S. Army.
He was president of the
Wheels of Man Motorcicle
Club in Levy Count) and a
Protestant. He lo\ ed music,
play ing guitar and acting.
Sur\i\ors include his %%ife,
Joanna Jakobsen of Willis-
ton; stepdaughters Diane
Curtis of Keystone Heights.
-inda Cullinan of Mac-
,cenny. Terry Eaton of
Portsmouth, LNe v 'Hamp-
shire, Kathy Longo of
Hampton, New Hampshire,
and Vickie Kaiser of Ports-
mouth; his sister, Shirle\
Jakobsen of California; and'
two grandchildren.


The Joppa Baptist Church
Vacation Bible School theme
this year is "Ramblin' Road
Trip," and begins Sunday.
June 12th -throuv-h FridaY,
June' 17th from 6:00 p.m.: to:
8:30 p.m. each evening. Fri-
da\ 'night will be Family
Night and will recap the
week's events.
The age group is three
years to adult age. This
week of exciting .Bible sto-
ries, crafts and snacks' is free


Set For
June 27- July

It's time, for Vacation
Bible School at First Baptist
Bronson. Please join us for
thrilling Bible stories,
awesome crafts, exciting
music, fun ,recreation and
lunch too! Vacation Bible
School will be held from'


and open to e eri one. Plan
to have your children join us
for a week of discovery and
fun. Invite your friends. A
prize will be gi'en to the
member who brings the most
visitorss to ,Joppa Baptist
Church's ,Vacation Bible
School "'Road Trip."
Joppa Baptist Church is lo-
cated in Fanning Springs at
7530 N.V. 165th Street. '
Joyce Holubek.
Publicity
2, 93-2919


June 27 July 1, from 8:30
a.m. till 12:00 noon.:
Children age three years
old through 8 grade, (grade
just completed) are wel-
come.
Please come and bring a
friend! For more in-
formation call 486-2282.'


Arrangements by Knauff
Funeral Home in Williston.

Martha Odom Love
Mrs. Martha Odom
Love, who was an office
manager for the Univer-
sity of Florida, died
Thursday, May' 26, 2005,
in Gainesville. She was
.55.
She is survived by her
husband of 38 years,
Benjamin F. Love.
Other survivors include
her mother, Ruby Odom
of Tallahassee; a daugh-
ter, Buffy Love VanGelder
of Gainesville; a son,
Benjamin Tony Love of
Alachua; a brother, Ran-
dell Odom of Tallahassee;
four sisters,. Elizabeth
Johnson, Peggy Cannon,
Cheryl Scott and Darlene
Green, all of Tallahassee;
and two grandchildren.
She proceeded in death
'by her father, Arnold
Odom, .and her brother
Budd) Odom.
The services will be at 2
p.m. Saturday, June 11, at
The Pentecostals in
Gainesville. Memorial
contributions may be
made to St. Judes Chil-
dren's Research Hospital,
501 St. Jude Place, Mem-
phis, Tennessee. 38105.
Arrangements were un-
der the care of Williams
Thomas Funeral Home,
Gainesville.

Mrs. Cynthia Vanette
Macon
Cynthia Vanette Macon of
Chiefland died Sunday,
May 29, 2005, at Nature
Coast Regional Hospital in
Williston after an unex-
pected illness. She was 39.
Mrs. Macon lived most of
her life in the Chiefland
area, but 'also lied for a
short time .in Gainesville.
She was a homemaker and
attended Chiefland High
'Schidol'.'Sh" attended ''the
True Gospel Mission
Church.
Survivors include her
,mother, Bernice "Fannie
Mae". Scott of Gaines% ille:
sons Kevin Graham and
Raulney Macon, both of
Chiefland: la daughter,
Shakelia Macon of Chief-
land; a sister. Sheila Macon
of Gaines\ ille: brothers Xa-
vier Macon and James Jack-
son both of Chiefland; and
four grandchildren.
Arrangements by Carne-
gie Funeral Home in
Chiefland.

Mrs. June Middleton
Nobles
Mrs. June Middleton No-
bles of Gainesville died
Wednesday,. June 1, 2005 in
*Gainesville. She was 78.
Mrs. Nobles was born in
Wilcox and was formerly of
Trenton before moving to
Gainesville in 1956. She'
worked for the Alachua
County School District in the
food service department and
was a charter member of
Grace Baptist Church. She
was a member of the Grace-
ful Ladies Red Hat Society
and her life re' olved around
her family. She also be-
longed to the Good'Sam
Club for 27 years and was
the treasurer.
She is survived by her hus-
band, Harris F. Nobles of
Gainesville; two daughters,
Debbie Germany of
Chiefland and Donna Ray of
Lakeland; a stepdaughter,
Mary Alice Baker of High
Springs; a son, Larry Mid-
dleton of Gainesville; a step-
son, Fred Nobles of Bell; a
sister, Shirley Hauselman of


Trenton; 19 grandchildren;
and 13 great-grandchildren.
Arrangements were under
the care of WILLIAMS-
THOMAS FUNERAL
HOME, Gainesville.

Mr. Laverne A. ,
Sanders

Laverne A. Sanders of Bell
died Sunday, June 5, 2005,
at his residence. He was 67.
Mr. Sanders was a lifelong


resident of Bell. He was a
heavy-equipment operator
for the Gilchrist County
Road Department. He was a
Baptist.
Survivors include a son,
Bobby Sanders of Bell; a
sister, Lena Mae Sanders
Martin of Fort White; and a
brother, Marlin Sanders of
Folkston, Georgia.
Arrangements by Watson
Funeral Home in Trenton.

Mr. Frederick
Shelton
Frederick Shelton Roberts
Sr. of Bell died Sunday,
May 29, 2005, in Lake But-
ler. He was 84.
Mr. Roberts was born in
Plant City and moved to
Bell from Baker County 30
years ago. He was a retired
railroad agent/operator.
He was a member of the
U.S. Army and the Mount
Nebo Baptist Church.
Survivors' include his wife,
Dqrothy Thomas Roberts of
Bell; a daughter, Dorothy
Susan Whitehead of Lake
Butler; sons Frederick S.
Roberts Jr. of Baldwin and
David T. Roberts of Jack-
sonville; eight grandchil-
dren and five great-grand-
children.
Arrangements by Watson
Funeral Home in Trenton.

Mr. Jimmy L. Stacy'
Jimmy L. Stacy of Bron-
son died Tuesday,. May 31,
2005, after a sudden illness,
He was 54.
Mr, Stacy was born in Wil-
liston. He was a home-
maker.
He attended St. John Mis-
sionary Baptist Church in
Bronson.
Survivors include sisters
and '-caregivers, Louise
Stacy Mitchem and Jennie
Hunt, both of Bronson;
brothers R.L. Stacy and.
Elder William Stacy, both
of Bronson, and Johnnie
Stac) of Bradly.
Arrangements by Carne-
gie Funeral Home ."in'
Chiefland.


Mr. R.A. White

R.A. White of Archer died
Friday, June 3,, 2005, at'
Shands at the UnilersitN of
Florida of .natural causes.
He was 65.
Mr. White was born in
White Springs and moved to
Archer 35 years ago. He
was a tree surgeon.
He enjoyed fishing and
gardening, and he was a,.
MNethodist.
Survivors include his wife
of 35 years, Joy Ann White
of Archer; his mother'.
Mollie Kemp of White
Springs; sons Andy White,
Dennis White and Tony
Polk, all of Archer; daugh-
ters Cathy Polk of Douglas-
ville, Georgia, and Geneva.
Dees of Newberry and
Ouida Allen of Archer; a
brother, David White of
Live Oak; and nine grand-
children.
Arrangements by Sherrill-
Guerry Funeral Home in
Lake City.

Mrs. Grace Eva
Miraglia Phelps-
Williams

Grace Eva Miraglia
Phelps-Williams of Old
Town died May 27, 2005. at
North Florida Regional
Medical Center. She was.
74.
Mrs. Phelps-Williams was
born in Pittsfield, Massa-
chusetts, and moved to Old
Town in 1989. She was a


member of Rock Sink Bap-
tist Church.
She enjoyed travel and
working with her church
where she sang in the choir
and participated in many
aspects including Bible
club, vacation Bible school,
Women's Missionary Union
and the prison ministry.
She was a volunteer with
the Fanning Springs fire de-
partment and was involved
with the Red Hat Ladies.
She was preceded in death
by her husband of 40 years,


Robert Bernard Phelps.
Survivors include her hus-
band of six years, Clifton
Williams of Old Town; sons
Dale Phelps of Pittsfield,
Massachusetts, William
Phelps of Old Town, and
Roy Phelps of Baton Rouge,
Louisiana; daughters Debra
Bailey of Georgia and Bar-
bara Williams of Baton
Rouge; 15 grandchildren
and nine great-grandchil-
dren.
Arrangements by Worth
Cremation Service of
Florida in San Mateo.

Ida M. Wright
Mrs. Ida M. Wright died
Monday, June 6, 2005, in
Bronson. She was 85.
Mrs. Wright was born in
Williston, and was a life-
long resident. She was a
homemaker and a former
owner of Wrights Minute
Mart. She enjoyed bird-
watching
Mrs. Wright is survived
by her son, Tommy Smith
of Bronson; one brother,
Jack Quinn of Victoria,
Texas; three ,'grandsons
and one great grand-
daughter.
She was proceeded in
death by her husband Wil-
liam L. Wright.
Arrangements were un-
der the care of Knauff
Funeral Home, Williston.


Membership
Drive
For

Humane

Society Of

Levy
County, Inc.

The Humane Society of
Levy, County,- -Inc. inv ites
*a'l tesideht '.6f L'1' Counts
to the Bronson Town Hall
for a Membership Drive on
June 18th at 3:00 p.m. The
Humane Society of Levy
County, Inc. mission is to
provide fostercare, adop-
tions and/or the placement
of rescued animals that we
receive from the local shel-
ters. Donated funds will be
used to facilitate needed
care such' as spaying ahd
neutering of rescued pets,
and the future health and
wellbeing of these animals.
We will also provide educa-
tional programs in the areas
of animal care, spay and
neuter, and animal cruelty
and will present these pro-
grams throughout Levy
County. The Humane Soci-
ety of Levy County's Board
of Directors has a combined
total of over 70 years ex-
perience in working with,
caring for, and adopting
animals.
Everyone who attends
this meeting will have the
opportunity to view' a
PowerPoint presentation,
meet board members, and
learn how your help can
impact a furry friend for
life.
If you would like more
information, please contact
us at 352-486-5705 and
leave a message and some-
one will return your call that
evening. If you would like a
brochure or more informa-
tion, please write us at P.O.
Box 678; Bronson. FL
32621.


Empower

Your Health


Free Semiar

Come to a Free Health
Seminar. All Ages. Variety
of topics. Saturday, June
18th, 2005. from 2:00 to
5:00 pm, at University of
Florida, Reitz Union Bldg,
Room 282. For more info,
please contact Nobel Ang
352-284-6372 (Gainesville)
or James Nottingham 352-
274-0267 (Ocala).


Joppa Baptist Church

Schedules Vacation Bible

School For June 12-17


First Baptist Bronson

Vacation Bible School


tf irpsf CIIp fi huPch "

Welcomes Y:ou!
"Embracing the Past and Reaching Toward the Future."
Comer of NE Second St. and Highway 26 in Trenton'

(Nursery provided for all services)
Sunday School 9:45 AM (classes for all ages)
Sunday Morning Worship & Children's Church 11 AM
Sunday Night Bible Study -.6 PM
Wednesday Night Bible Study & Prayer 7 PM

DYNAMIC MINISTRIES FOR ALL AGES!
Call 463-2038 for more information.


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JUNE 9, 2005


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Classified Ads
Classified ads are $5.00 per week, 20 words, if ad exceeds 20 words each
additional word is .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
Thomasville nine pc.
Dining set and 5pc. Bed-
room set, pecan color and
in good condition. Also su-
per single waterbed. Call
352-528-2652. 6/9,p
BLUEBERRIES. U-pick,
$2.00/Lb. We pick,
$3.00/Lb. Call 486-2509 for
information. 6/9,16p
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
HELP WANTED
The Levy, County Health
Department, Bronson is
seeking a Registered
Nurse, Requisition
#64000341. This position'
will be required to work in
clinics at the Health De-
partment and also at
school clinics 'with Levy
County. Must be licensed
as a Registered Profes-
sional Nurse,,.,in accor-
dance !Ji, Fl o.rid._. St I u.ic
64 or eligible to practice
nursing in accordance
with Florida Administra-
tive Code 210-8.27. Must
have a current Florida
driver's license and reli-
\ able. transportation. Re-
quires travel to satellite
clinics. Must be finger-
printed. Successful com-
pletion of a drug test is a
condition of employment.
Salary range $1,120.00-
$1,600.00 bi-weekly. May
be required to work extra


hours or days in the event
of an emergency. Applica-
tions will be accepted on-
line at https:// people-
first.myflorida.com State
of Florida applications
may be mailed to State of
Florida, People First,
Staffing Administration,
P.O. Box 44058, Jackson-
ville FL. 32231 or faxed to
(904) 636-2627 by 6/17/05.
EEO/AA/VP Employer.
6/9,16b

ADMINISTRATIVE DI-
RECTOR Pure Water Wil-
derness, the Dixie, Gilchrist,
Levy Tourism Development
Board is seeking a full time
Administrative Director to
prepare quarterly deliver-
ables and reports;: write
grants; manage payables,
receivables, bank account,
Board meeting minutes and
staff the office. Qualifica-
tions include college degree
or experience in a field re-
lating to nature based tour-
ism. Starting salary is
$20,000-$25,000 per year.,
Submit resume, statement of
qualifications, .recent em-
ployment experience and
list of contact persons to
Mark Gluckman. Chairman,
Pure Water Wilderness, PO
Box 214, Trenton. FL
32693.

The Levy County Schools
Foundation is seeking ap-
plications for an Executive
Director part-time position
(10-12 hours per week).
The position will be respon-
sible for directing all as-
pects of the LCSF including
leadership in forwarding the
vision of the foundation;
strategic planning and office
management: fund devel-
opmenim 4-dget-oonrrol and
stew\ardship; and' creation
and management of pro-
grams. Experiences desired
include a bachelor's degree,
experience in fundraising
and marketing; strong oral
and written communication,
,skills; knowledge of com-
munity organizations; multi-
task oriented with organiza-i
tional and interpersonal
skills. Persons interested in
applying should contact
Cath. Birdsong, Director of
Personnel, School Board of


GOSS ILIAMS
REAL ESTATE, INC.
Regina Goss
Licensed Real Estate Broker
LAND & ACREAGE:

Deere River Estates :Ac ed lot, paved road.
Homes or Inta penrd !iver. $12.500.00

Hideaway Park 2 BR, 2 Bath SWMH with screened
porch. Needs a little TLC. $28,500.00

City of Chiefland 6 lots sold as one unit for mobile
homes, homes, or duplexes. Hardeetown area. $36,000,
102 S. Main Street Chiefland, FL 32626
Office: 352-493-2838 ,. Evenings: 352-493-1380


SATELLITE INSTALLATION



DIGITAL
RECEPTION
SERVICES, INC.
Digital Reception Services is a growing Regional Service Provider for
DISH Network the industry leader in satellite TV. We are,seeking
dependable individuals with a good driving record for our
GAINESVILLE and OCALA LOCATIONS. Must be mechanically
inclined. Electrical, cabling, phone and alarm experience a plus but'
will train the right individual. Check out this- great opportunity. We
provide:
* Company Truck and Tools
* Paid Training
*Steady Schedules
* Strong Advancement Opportunities
* Excellent Pay & Benefits including Health, 401K, Vacations.
For the' Ocala location, please fax resume or letter of interest to:
(352) 732-6496. Email: carl.price@dowelectronics.com or Phone:
(352) 266-9302.
For the Gainesville location, please fax resume or letter of interest to:
(352) 331-4391. Email: alonzo.harden@dowelectronics.com or phone:
(352)258-2974.
Our Training: your tool for the future!


Levy County, 486-5231, or
at P.O. Box 129, Bronson,
FL, 32621-0129. 6/9b

SERVICES
T & J Tree Service. Li-
censed and insured, free
estimates, 17 years experi-
ence, and 24-hr. emer-
gency service. Call 352-
486-6297. 6/30p

Mowing, trimming, sod,
shrub grooming, mulch-
ing, fertilizing, pressure
washing, seasonal clean
up, complete landscaping!
Licensed and insured. Call
Terry, (352) 486-1365, Cell
(352) 281-3203. 6/30 b tfn
Trees,, Trees, Trees.
Langston Tree Service,
Inc. Call (352) 463-0021
6/30 b tfn
Free Puppies
Mother's a registered Lab,
father unknown refer-
ences required. Call 486-
2348. 2tff


Habitat For
Humanity
Of
Suwannee
Valley
Announces

June
Meetings
Habitat For Humanity of'
Suwtannee Valley, Inc. an-
nounces its meetings for the.
month of June.
On Monday, June 13th at
.a p m. A Contrtictio ./Site
Selection Commritee mfieeting
will be held at the United
,Methodist Church in Tren-
ton. If you are interested call
Justin at 347-3240 or Bill at
463-8003.
On Monday, June 20th at
7:30 p.m. a board meeting
will be .held' at the Good
Shepherd Lutheran Church.
This meeting is open for all
volunteers. Call Linda or
Charles at 352-486-2012 ,or
Bill at 352-528-5859 for
more information.
People are still needed for
de elopment, fund-raising.
and public relations. If you
are interested in helping
contact Bett\ at 463-06135 or
Gigi at 463-7207.
Fund-raising projects ha\e
begun, including a successful
dinner which,was held Sun-
day, June 5th at Holy Spirit
Catholic Church in Williston.
A total of $3,000 must be
raised x\ithin six months to
qualify as a habitat. Come
help achieve these goals and
build a home!

Notary Services
Available
at the
Levy County Journal
Chiefland
352-490-4462


SUPERIOR / HALL


Levy County

Sheriffs

Report
The Levy County Sheriffs
Department released the fol-
lowing arrest report on Mon-
day, June 6, 2005.
On May 24, 2005, Nicho-
las Allan Castleberry of
Trenton, D.O.B. 1/29/81,
was arrested on an Alachua
County capias on the charge
of worthless checks (5
counts). Bail in the amount
of $1,000 was set and he was
awaiting transport to Alachua
County at the time of publi-
cation.
On May 28, 2005, Angela
Marie Bailey of Gainesville,
D.O.B. 11/29/73, was ar-
rested on the charge of driv-
ing while license suspended
or revoked. Bail in the
amount of $2,500 was set.
SOn May 28, 2005, Victor
T. Barnes of Miami, D.O.B.
3/11/76, was arrested on a
Broward County warrant on,
the charge of driving while
license suspended or re-
voked. Bail in the amount of
$250.00 was set.
On May 28, 2005. Robert
J. Darragh, aka David Bruce
Fraley, of Bronson, D.O.B.
9/9/76, was arrested on the
charge of giving false name
or identification and driving
while license suspended or
revoked. Bail in the amount
of $2,000 was set.
On May 28, 2005, Earl
William DeFrances of
Tampa, D.O.B. 8/26/63, was
arrested on a Hillsborough
County '%arrant on the
charge of driving while li-
cense suspended or revoked
(knowingly). Cash or surety
bond in the amount of.
$250.00 was required.
On May 28. 2005, Thomas
M. Pettigrew of Chiefland,
D.O.B. 3/13/87, was arrested
on the charge of possession-
of cannabis. less than 2Q
grams. Bail in the amount of
<$,p);1 was set. ,,.... -
On Ma 28, 2005, Nakia
N. Stroii' of Chiefland.
D.O.B. '12/27/82. \was ar-
rested on the charge of pos-
session of cannabis with in-
tent to distribute. Bail; in the
amount of $5,000 was set.
On May 29, 2005, Victor
Wayne Axe of Holiday,
D.O.B. 3/1/68, was arrested
on. a, Pasco County warrant
on the charge of failure to
appear/dri\ ing w while license
suspended or revoked
iknowingl\),,, Bail in the
amount of $1,013 was set.
and he was awaiting trans-
port to Pasco .County at the
time of publication.
On May 29, 2005, William
Michael Barnes.,of Mount
Dora, D.O.B. .12/11/61, was
arrested qn ai Lake County,
%\arrant on the charge of
driving while license sus-
pended or revoked. He was
being held without bond at.
the time of publication. and a
cash or surety bond in the
'amount of $250.00 was re-
quired. or serve 25 days in
Lake County Jail.
On May 29. 2005. Jimm.n
L. Donald of Chiefland.
D.O.B. 12/24/59. was ar-
rested on the charge of do-
mestic batter. Bail in the
amount of $7,500 \was set.
On May 31. 2005, De-
metrus S. Boykin of Willis-
ton. D.O.B. 2/26/86. was ar-


For Sale
1991 Ford Camper
T.V., microwave,
shower Comode2 2
a.c's Gen. Etc.
S $8700
Call 486-2402


INDUSTRIES
ROLL OFF

CONTAINERS


*RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL*

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


WANTED IN LEVY COUNTY


Derrick A. Houston
Date of birth: 10-22-83
Last known Address:
Chiefland
Wanted for: FTA/
Reckless Driving.


Joseph Lee Brown
Date ofbirth:' 8-2-82
Last known Address:
Bronson
Wanted for: FTA/
Possession of Cocaine.


James Hess
Date of birth: 10/28/68
Last known Address:
Chiefland
Wanted for: VOP/
Trespassing.


Jaime Martinez
Rincon
Date of birth: 12/8/57
Last known Address:
Williston
Wanted for: FTA/
DWLSR Knowingly.


William C.
Roddenberry
Date of birth: 2/13/67
Last known Address:
SCrystal River
Wanted for: Fraud/
Insuff. funds over
$150.00


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.

rested on charges of no valid
driver's license, flee and at- Bronson Kiwanis Club
tempt to elude law enforce-
ment officer, and resisting ar- News
rest without violence. Bail in '
'the amount of $5,500 was -Linda Fugate, Levy how it proceeds to a tax deed
set. County Tax Collector, spoke sale. Certificate holders may
On May 31, 2005, Christo- before the Kiwanis Club of hold a certificate for a maxi-
pher. Chaning. Harris of Bronson and advised about mum of seven years, upon
,Gainesville, D.O.B. some of the changes in re- which the certificate expires,
10/22/77, was arrested on a ne\ine driver's licenses and but may app]l for a tax'deed
Levy County 'capias on tax certificate sales. Some of after holding it for two years.
charges of failure to appear/ the new features of the re- Ms. Fugate advised the loca-
burglar\ of dealing and newal of driver's licenses are tions of the branch ohces-
violation of probation/petit the scan bar and encoded Chietland and Williston-
theft. Bail in the amount of photos The magnetic stri and that a clerk will traiel-to
$10.000 was set on the first contains the driver's personal Yankeetown, Inglis and Ce-
charge and he was being held information, date. of birth, dar Key to assist citizens on
without bond at the time of driver's license 'number, is- other days of the .week.
publication on the second. sue date, expiration date, etc., Since taking on the responsi-
On May .31, 2005, Joshua and the new license contains ability of driver's licenses, the
.James- Humphrey -of,. Jack- three encoded photos of the. staff has f been increased by
sonmille. D.O.B. 4/26/86, driver. Drivers over the age one employee. There are
,was arrested at the Juvenile of 21 have their license hori- .four working in the
Assessment Center in zontal, and drivers under the Chiefland office, ten in the
Gaines' ille on a Levy age of ,21, their license is courthouse. main office, and
County Order. To Take Into %ertical. This makes for Ms., Fugate opens the
Custody on charges of failure checking I.D.s at businesses Williston office on Wednes-
to appear/attached tag not as- much faster and easier. Re- days. .
signed and no valid driver's strictions are now removed The Kiwanis, Club of
license (never had one). Bail and placed on the back of the Bronson meets every Tues-
in the amount of $4,000 was license. The new licenses day morning, at 7:00 a.m. at
set. may be renewed online, the Craft's Country Kitchen
On June 1,'2005,' Robert through Tallahassee and this Family Restaurant, located
Jason Alexander of Boca information is mailed with on Hatha\ay Ave., (High-
Raton, D.O.B. 4/12/69, was the renewal notice. The Tax way 27-Alt.) in Bronson.
arrested at the Palm Beach, Collector's office issues O\ er the next few weeks, the
County Jail on a Levy about 35 new licenses each following are scheduled to
County warrant on charges work day for a normal day. speak at the morning meet-
of theft of sales tax in excess Tax Certificate Sales are ings: June 14th J6anna
of $100.000 and refusal to now available online, and Buckles, Ayres Health and
file, return and pay taxes (5 bids may be placed online as Rehabilitation Center; June
counts). Bail in .the amount well. Persons may place bids 21st Valerie Boughanen,
of $193,000 was set. three weeks early online, and Bronson Middle/High School
On June 1, 2005, James' J. the computer then randomly\ Principal: June 28th Pete
McHugh of Wareham, Mas- selects the successful bidder. Johnson, Gainesville Airport;
sachusetts, D.O.B. 6/23/86, Recently, large corporations July 5th James Davis, Patri-
was arrested.on the charge of have, been bidding 1/2% in- otic Speech; July 12th -
driving while license sus- terest and taking a majority Connie Asbell, Supervisor o1
ended or revoked. Bail in of the certificates. Ms. Fu- Elections, who will speak or
the, amount of $2,500 was gate explained the process of new election laws. The pub-
set. bidding on certificates, and lic is invited to attend.
On June 1, 2005, Scavor-
riss NM. Miller of Port Richey,
D.O.B. 1/18/80, was arrested Family Caregiver Support
on a Pasco County warrant S
on the charge of violation of Group To Offer Caregiver
probation/driving while li-
cense suspended or revoked Stress M anagem ent" Class
(knowingly) and possession
of cannabis less than 20 June 9
grams. Bail in the amount of
$7,500 was set. The Alzheimer's Associa- The class will be held at
On June 1, 2005, Kevin tion and-'the Family Care- First Baptist Church ol
Jermaine Patterson of giver Support Group will of- Chiefland, US Highway 27
Archer, D.O.B. 11/12/74, fer a "Caregiver Stress Alt., in Chiefland. This pro-
was arrested on an Alachua Management" class on gram is free and open to the
County warrant on the Thursday,' June 9th from public. Please call 352-372-
charge of non-support. A 10:30 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. 6266 for more information.
$3,000 cash purge. was re-
quired. Neo sen..eed
On June 2, 2005, Michael Bo n(5 4602 A
R. Hammock of Williston, a.0g i9F
D.O.B. 9/27/67, was arrested T '. a Joral
on 'the charge of driving.,B.non-.2.8-if
while under the influence.
No' disposition was given on
the report. 8 0 1 1
On June 2, 2005, Robert O- -S Custom Ser.
Jordan of Chiefland, D.O.B.- ice
9/16/60, was arrested at the
Chiefland Probation and Pa-
role Office on a Levy County Fencing Discing Mowing Land Clearing
warrant on the charge of Bushhogging Fill Dirt Limerock Food Plots
violation of proba- Site Prep Hay for Sale
tion/tampering with evi- Hazie 49-89
dence. He was being held 352-490-8918
without bond at the time of Mobile 352-577-4033
publication.


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Robert M. Beach
Date of birth: 1/23/72
Last known Address:
Morriston
Wanted for: VOP/
Felony Battery.







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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


.rage i weive


JUNE 9, 2005


Little King and his court, on left first runner-up Forlepay
Jenkins and Little King Ethan Owens, second runner-up
Elijah Smith.


Little Queen and her court, Little Queen Lacee Ward, in
back first runner-up Reagan Hudson and second runner-up
pictured on right is Caroline McGee.


Watermelon Princess Hayley Miller and her court, Sarah Mitchell, second runner-up (left),
Erika Drummond, first runner-up (right).


Chiefland

Watermelon

Festival

Pageant
Continued from Front Page
Jaimee Thomas and Jessica
Vance.


Traditionally, the annual
Watermelon Festival's Little
King and Queen contestants
capture the hearts of the
audience. This year's
participants continued that
tradition. Some were very
shy, others were the perfect
little lady or little gentleman
and many happily displayed
their talents.
The Little King and Queen


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contest included fifteen little
girls and six little boys
between three and five
years of age. The audience
included adoring parents,
grandparents, siblings, aunts,
uncles, cousins and friends.
Each contestant had his or
her own entourage that was
there to encourage and cheer
for the family favorite.
Emcee Penny Boyer, a
runner-up in a previous


Chiefland Watermelon-
Queen contest, created a
rapport with the contestants
as she asked them questions
about themselves. At times,
she coached or coaxed the
contestant into responding
to the standing room only,
audience at the Tommy
Usher Pine Land Center
Saturday afternoon.
The daunting challenge of
selecting a Little King and
Queen was left up to a panel


of judges who chose Ethan
Owens, age 3-1/2, as Little
King 2005 and Lacee Ward,
age 4, Little Queen 2005.
First runner-up for Little
King was Forlepay Jenkins,
3-1/2 years old, and second
runner-up was Elijah Smith
who is 4 years old. The
Little Queen first runner-up
was Reagan Hudson, age 3.
The second runner-up was
Caroline McGee.
The Little Queen


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Trailblazer LT
MSRP $30,410.00
GM $24,210.93

Tahoe LT
MSRP $43,960.00
GM $34,245.03


Suburban LS
MSRP $41,695.00
GM $32,406.40


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GM $20,927.55

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contestants included
Madison Baynard, Erin.
Cherry, Kristin Clausey,
CJ Gilbert, Brooke Harry,
Olivia Miller, Colby Reed,
Lillian Rogers, Alexis
Scott, Cheyanne Walker and
Makenna Watkins.
- The Little King contestants
included Clayton Beckham,
"Trey" Crews and William
Walker.

DOH

Reminds Of
The Risks
Associated
With
Consuming

Raw Oysters


0 Officials with the Depart-
ment of Health (DOH) urge
high risk Floridians to avoid
consuming raw oysters,
which often harbor the natu-
rally occurring, bacteria Vi-
brio vulnifictis.
#638 "It's important to realize
that most cases of Vibrio
vulnificus can be aNoided bN
taking the proper precau-
tions," said DOH Secretary
S John O. Agwunobi, M.D.,
M.B.A., M.P.H. "There are
several /cooking techniques
#744 individuals in. high risk
groups can use to enjoy. oys-
ters while remaining safe."
Those most at-risk for de-
veloping seriouss illness from
Vibrio \ulnificus include
heavy drinkers with liver
#3 damage and people with,
certain health conditions
such as liver disease, diabe-
tes, cancer, stomach disor-
ders or any illness or treat-
ment that weakens the
#immune system. While oth-
#52 erwise healthy persons eating
raw oysters with this bacte-
rium are less susceptible to
becoming ill, at-risk indi-
viduals are more likely to be-.
come e\treniely ill or die.
People in these high-risk
#737 groups are also at risk of ill-
. ness if they have wounds or


cuts and wade in estuarine
areas or seawater where the
bacteria might be present.
Thoroughly cooking oys-
ters, either by frying, stewing
or roasting, eliminates harm-
ful bacteria and viruses in the
meat. Consuming raw oys-
ters that have undergone a
post-harvest treatment proc-
ess to eliminate the bacteria
can also reduce the risk of
illness. Initial symptoms of
Vibrio vulnificus infection
can include mild nausea,
vomiting or diarrhea, fol-
lowed by distinctive swollen
skin lesions, and septicemia
(blood poisoning). If some-,
one experiences these
symptoms after consuming
raw oysters, they should
contact their personal physi-
cian immediately for diagno-
sis and to receive antibiotic
treatment.
Last year, the Florida De-
partment of Health investi-
gated 37 cases of Vibrio vul-
nificus, 11 of which resulted
in death. Twelve of the cases
were attributed to wound ex-
posure; ten of the cases and
fil e deaths were attributed to
the consumption of raw oys-
ters: and the method of expo-
sure of fifteen of the ;cases
and s.x deaths were undeter-
mined.
For more information,
please visit DOH's Web site
at i\v\\.doh.state.fl.us and
choose "Food and Water-
borne Disease" from the
subject list.
Additional information can
also be obtained by visiting
the Interstate Shellfish Sani-
tation Conference Web site at
www.issc.org, choose "Con-
sumer Education" from the.
Subject List, and then "Risks
of Eating Raw Oysters" or
from the CDC Web site at:
htip://w\ \ .cdc.go%/health/di
seases.htm. Click on Health
Topics A-Z and choose "Vi-
brio %ulnificus."


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