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Title: Levy County journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: R.B. Child
Place of Publication: Bronson Fla
Creation Date: July 14, 2005
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Levy County
Boating Accident
Page 3


Tides
Classifieds
Legals
Obituaries
Church News
Land
Transactions


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4,5


Chiefland

Joins

Suwannee

River

Partnership
By Carolyn Risner
Founded in 1999 with 24
members dedicated to ad-
dressing water concerns, the
Suwannee River Partnership
(SRP) added a new member
Monday ni-ht when the citv
.of Chiefland joined its ranks.
The group. no%\ more than
56 members strong. uses a
non-regulatory approach to
watershed management in
the Suwannee and Santa Fe
river basins.
Hugh Thomas, ith the
Partnership, explained to
city commissioners that ni-
trates, which pose potential
health problems in people,
have been on the increase
over the last 20 years in the
river basins. Members
from federal, state and local
governments, industry, edu-
cation and en\ ironmental
organizations banded: to-
gether to raise awareness of
the increase and to develop,
implement and then main-
tain Best Management Prac-
tices (BMNP).
In Gilchrist County.
Thomas said, the majority) of
nitrogen found comes, from
fertilizer with .smaller per-
centages attributed to dairy
and cattle farms.
Since education is one of
SRP's primary goals, mem-
bers have worked with
farmers on ways to control
nitrates going into the water.
Poultry growers are stor-
ing chicken litter in sheds
until it can be spread on ag-
ronomic crops. Concrete pad
ponds hold run-off on cattle
farms which prohibits ni-
trates from entering the soil
all at once.
Soil conservation techni-
cians are on hand with SRP
to follow up with farmers on
an individual basis to ensure
that BMPs are working. To-
day, more than 180 farmers
participate in the County
Alliance for Environmental
Stewardship (CARES) pro-
gram.
-In the city, homeowners
can put their own BMP into
action by planting plants and
shrubs that require less wa-
ter, watering more effi-
ciently, mulching and con-
trolling yard pests.
The conservation group
set goals it hoped to see in
place by 2008 and to date, it
Continued to page twelve


By Cindy Jo Ayers

Don and Joan Fansler
spent a most uncomfort-
able Sunday afternoon as
they watched a storm surge
caused by Hurricane Dennis
crash through the glass win-
dows at their business. The
Fanslers have owned the
Seabreeze On The Dock
restaurant since 1977. Mrs.
Fansler said, "We haven't
seen ain.thing like this since
19S5.'" She went on to say
that even the Storm of the
CeniurN didn't damage their
business to the degree that
Dennis did.
The Fanslers decided to
stay in the Seabreeze to
pump otit water from the
ground floor bar area. After
the windows, which were in-
sitalld 'n I' .. eie broken
from the .s\\ell of water they
quickly ga\e up the pumping
effort and retreated to the top
story to ride out the storm.
The Levy County Emer-
gency Management Direc-
tor Mark Johnson increased
the storm surge estimates
for Levy Count1 to fi'e 0to
six; feet abo'e high tide.
after talking to the National
Weather Service in Ruskin.
Florida. Earlier forecasts
from the National, Weather
Service .predicted two to
four foot flooding over high
tide levels. Mrs. Fansler
said it seemed more like
eight feet to her. She said
they opened the front doors
to the restaurant to let the
water pass through.
.Highway. 24 was also
closed due to the surge for
about four hours on Sun-
day -afternoon. The water
Sashed over Highway 4
beteenii the Number Four
and Number Three bridges.
This stretch of road between
the bridges was left covered
with debris and seaweed-
once the tide receded. The
local grocery store and an
auto parts business were.
flooded as well as several
other businesses, including
the post office.
The City Park was ,hit
with eight-foot, waves that
removed sand that was
recently placed there to im-
prove the beach. After the
storm, the beach area was
littered w ith wooden debris
from decks and docks that
were torn away by the rough
waves.
Early Monday morning,
crews from the Levy County
Road Department could
be seen all over the island
cleaning debris and repair-
ing thiL road wash-outs,
Dennis also caused a guoti
deal of fi 'dliiig in Ya;In-
keetown, Iua c,- ii in lst",
of water were i'fiu.d on ili..
d 'a ,I,.w, ii *-.,i l M ;ylagno
lia, Riverside and Hic'k.I
avenues were all closed be-
. ,!I.-. of fliI, i ,ig aling with
County 1;,! l).


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The water came o er the Jock jrea. This photo wai tiken by Mrs. Jon Fian.ler hefuie the
ridal surge rose to it, pe'Ak. .


During .the flooding Levy
County Emergency Manage-
ment worked \ith Dr. Jerry
Nash to open up several
churches for Comfort Areas.
Citizens in flooded areas
could go to Otter Creek
Baptist Church, Ro~sewood
Baptist Church and the
Community Center in Inglis
to receive food and water.


The Levy County Emergeln-
cy Management Office and
the Levy County Sheriff's
Department used area TV
stations and several radio
stations to inform the citi-
zens of the expected flood-
ing from the hurricane. .
Another result' of Hurri-
cane Dennis and the abun-
dance of water it brought


was the closing of the Lower
Suwannee Wildlife Refuge.
All roads in the refuge are
flooded and there has been
damage to several fishing
piers.,
As storms approach
Levy. County, residents
may acquire valuable
emergency information at
levydisaster.com.


Seaweed and debris cover Highway 24 between Number Three and Number Four bridges
after the storm.


Hearing Planned For

August 15 To Hear

Complaints Against

Chiefland Police Chief


By Carolyn Risner
The Chiefland City
Commission will hear com-
plaints brought against its
-police chief by family
members whose loved one
perished in a 2004 fire.
Alice Allen and Delores
Dean of Tallahassee ac-
cused Police Chief Edwin
Jenkins of failure to take
action surrounding circum-
stances that involved the
death of Willie Mae Allen
Coaxson March 14, 2004.
Commissioners decided
MondaN night to conduct a
hearing on the complaint at
6 p.m. August'15.
Both Jenkins and Fire
Chief David Burnett told
Malor Sunshine Baynard
and the commissioners they
thought this issue had been
resolved after several dis-
cussions \,ith ,. ie officials.
However. Allen and
Dean filed a letter of com-
plaint May 5, along with
another against City Man-
ager Ed Smith. The pair
accused Smith of violating
Florida's Sunshine Laws,
when he failed to provide
information they requested.
Smith and Cit. AttorneN
Norm Fugate told commis-
sioners the request from
Allen and Dean was exten-
sive. In a letter to the pair,
he suggested they could
either come view all the,
documents they requested
or narrow the spectrum of
their requests. Because of'
the expanse of what the)
had asked for, the fees


could have run into several
hundred dollars, Fugate
said, and Allen and Dean
had only remitted $35 for
the city's efforts.
The citr manager said two
letters had been drafted, to
Allen and Dean explaining
this and to date, the citr has
received no further commu-
nication.
Commissioners .agreed
Fugate should write the pair
a letter telling them since
the\ charged a statute viola-
tion, there was. other re-
course the_ could take
rather than appear before
the commissioners.
In other police news, the
police chiefs request to
assign Patrolman Jay Bol-
ton a vehiclee for K-9 use set
off 30 minute-. of discussion
and clarification about the
department's fleet of vehi-,
cles.
Jenkins said since Bolton
has assumed the duties of
the K-9 handler, more than
490 citations had been writ-
ten and over 60 drug arrests
made. That amount of en-
forcement has totaled over
$79,000 in the past eight
months. Commissioner
Bert. Walker pointed out
that the city would d receive
about two-thirds of that
amount.
But: she also expressed
concern about giving Bol-
ton a new vehicle. Both she
and Mayor Sunshine Bay-
nard understood that there
Continued to page twelve


Williston City

Manager Raise


Update
By Tracie OSteen
This past week's City
Council meeting. heard,
once again, the issue of the
City Manager Agreement
that has come before it three
times previously. Although
the issue remains unre-
solved, there were other
suggestions put forth to the
council for consideration.
One proposal, made by
Councilwoman Debra
Jones, was that City Man-
ager James Coleman should
receive a 10% increase now,
effective on his anniversary
date of June 1, 2005, with
another 5% increase when
his move to Williston is
complete. This suggestion
would put the City Man-
ager's salary just shy of
$3,000.00 short of the
amount he requested.
Though it was asked for
several times, no second
was given and the motion
died.
Another possibility was
suggested by audience
member Royal French, who


is the father of Council-
woman Debra Jones. He
said he would be interested
in keeping Mr. ,Coleman as
City Manager. Mr. French
said, "Maybe the council
could give 1/3 of his asking
price now, effective June 1,
2005. He would get another
1/3 December. 1st, 2005 and
the final 1/3 on June 1st,
2006."
Acting on Mr. French's
suggestion would allow
more revenue to filter into
the city budget as there are
currently several subdivi-
sions under development
within the city limits.
Several other audience
members, in addition to
Councilman Jerry Robin-.
son, President Jake Cason
and City Attorney Norm
Fugate, voiced support for
Mr. Coleman.
To date, the issue remains
unresolved but will come
before the council again on
July 19th, 2005, at 7:00
p.m. in the Council Cham-
bers.


The County Paper


Dennis Causes Flooding


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Pag.Tw.LEY CUNT.JORNA


Levy Sand

By Cindy Jo Ayers
Those who know me
pretty well have come to re-
alize that I'm a patriot at
heart. When I was sent the
following guest editorial I
decided to run it in the Levy
Sand space this week. I
gladly give up the space be-
cause Mr. Wheeler has writ-
ten a much more meaning-
ful column than I could.
Will They Still Sing
"God Bless
America"?
By Daniel S. Whegler
Often I am asked by re-
porters, "What harm does it
do to burn a flag?" This
question usually comes
from young men and
women, most of whom
aren't veterans, and I fre-
quently sense that they
really don't understand why
this issue is important.
,Recently, I was asked this
question: "Tommy Lasorda
told the story of a flag burn-
ing during a Dodger game
in 1976 where Rick Monday
ran out on the field and tore
the flag away from a protes-
tor. When they became
aware of what had hap-
pened, the crowd stood and
sang 'God Bless 'America.'
Doesn't that prove that we
don't need the flag-pro-
tection amendment?"
When I heard the question,
I was reminded of what
General Patrick H. Brady,
Medal of Honor recipient,
said. He pointed out that-
nobody can change your'
mind or my mind about pro-
tecting our flag. It's the
children of America that we
have to think about.
What happens when they
lose, or are no longer
taught, respect for our flag?
What will happen when an
enemy threatens our nation,
or even attacks our country,
and our moral fiber has be-
come so desensitized -- our
patriotism' has been. so
eroded -- that ordinary citi-
Szepns aren't willing ,o stand
and fight for the United
States?
Brady reflects on those
who have died in battle, and
those who risked their lives
for this great country. He
says that the men who wear


the Medal of Honor risked
their lives for their country -
many of them died but he
wonders if they would be
willing to risk their lives for
the "country we are becom-
ing."
Then I think about those
thousands of men and
women singing "God Bless
America" in Dodger Sta-
dium. Why were they doing
it? Well, obviously they did
it because they loved their
flag.
But why do they love their
flag, and why do they love
their country? It's not
something you are born
with, this patriotism and
love of our flag. It's some-
thing you learn from your
parents, your teachers, your
Sunday School teachers,
your drill instructors, your
life experiences.
Throughout the lives of
those who rose to their feet,
we had laws protecting Old
Glory. Throughout their
lives, they'd been taught
that America was a good
nation, in fact, the greatest
nation on earth; Many
probably risked their lives
in her defense. .They under-,
stood that "the tree of Lib-
erty is watered with. the
blood of patriots."
That's why they stood and
sang.
But what of this genera-
tion, and of the next? What
are they being taught about
love of country? What are
they. being taught about the
greatness of America? How
many of them will start each
school day pledging their
allegiance to our flag, as
most of us did? How many
of them will learn the
proper way to respect her,
and what she means and
'-why patriotism is impor-
tant?
And what of those, who
grow up learning that the.
flag is just one symbol
among many, just one point
of view, not deserving of
any special .recognition,
dignity or respect? How.
\\ill the\ reconcile the idea
that \\e .proe -our.'lo\e for,
our nation's flag b allonw-
ing those who hate America
to desecrate it without pen-
alty?
Twenty years from now,
when another Rick Monday
snatches a flag from some-


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Chiefland Branch:
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P.O. Box 2990
Chiefland, Florida 32644
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The Levy County Journal is published every Thursday by Levy
County Publishing, Inc., P.O. Box 159, Bronson, FL 32621.
Periodicals postage paid at Bronson'. Florida (U.S.P.S. 310.780).
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News & Advertisement Deadline is Monday at 5:00 p.m.
LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL STAFF
Cindy Jo Ayers ............. ....... ........Editor
W ilma Jean Asbell ................................Production Assistant
Stacey Brown ...........................Production Assistant
Miriam Blitch ......... .................Production Assistant
Robin Heath .......................................... Production Assistant
Tracie Osteen..............................Williston Correspondent
Portia Sache ........ .............Reporter at Large


one who is trying to burn it,
will the crowd still sing
"God Bless America," or
will it rise in anger because
the game has been delayed?
It's certainly true -- as
we've heard people say --
one person burning a flag,
or urinating on it, or defe-
cating on it, or trampling it
under his feet, will not harm
Old Glory. But it's not true
that no harm is done.
The harm is done if the
American people fail to re-
spond to such vile and hurt-
ful conduct. The harm is
done only if, by our apathy,
we condone the defiling of
the banner that has draped
the caskets of our American
heroes. Edmund Burke once
said: "The only thing neces-
sary for the triumph of evil
is for good men to do noth-
ing."
Failure to protect our flag
by law is not a celebration
of liberty;: it is the celebra-
tion of evil. A great nation
cannot preserve its great-
ness by turning a blind eye,
and a deaf ear to that which
is wrong, to that which is
destructive, to that which is
immoral and evil.
What. harm does. it do to
burn a flag?
Over time it destroys the
very fabric of our nation. It
undermines the goodness
that makes us great; and it
ensures that, future geinera-
tions will not stand and
spontaneously sing "God,
Bless America" because
they will not know that -
once God did.

As the U.S. Senate prepares
y to vote oniS.J. Res. 12, the
flag protection amendment,
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your publication considera-
tion from the perspective of
a U.S. Navy veteran, Le-
gionnaire and proponent of
the measure: Daniel S.
Wheeler is the President of
the Citizens Flag Alliance,
Inc., and the Executive Di-
rector of The American Le-
gion National Headquarters
in Indianapolis, Indiana, .


The Cooter

(Turtle) And

The Swamp

Bear
A Levy County Indial Tale
In the \\ater of Old Otter
Creek s%%am the Cooter. On
the shoreline %\as a black
swamp bear. The Cooter
sa%% the fat and shagng crea-,
ture and did not go closer
there. The old bear %\as a
wise hunter, knew the tricks,
that kept him fed. To stay
this fat he used his head. So
he rolled his eles. fell on'
his side. the Cooter thought
he fell down dead. Quick as
quick, as Cooters go. upon,
the shore he %went to eat the
bear only to. find the bear's
mouth wide open, licking
his chops grinning ear to
ear; the Cooter became
lunch for the bear.
By Talking John Esteves
Inglis, Florida


"Advance

Directives"

Workshop

July 14
Shirley Bloodworth, R.N.,
B.S.N., M.N., presents an
"Advance Directives" work-
shop on Thursday July 14th
from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00
noon at the First Baptist
'Church of Chiefland on U.S.


Highway 27-Alt in
Chiefland.
Learn more about advance
directives and receive mate-
rials to complete your own.
This program is co-
sponsored by the Alz-
heimer's Association and
Family Caregiver Support
Program and is free and open
to the public. Please call
(352) 372-6266 for more in-:
formation.


Miss Honey Refuge
.... Closure


oays
Good morning! I am feel-
ing much better, out of the
hospital and back at my
son's home in Gainesville.
Sorry I missed last week and
I will be home soon (I hope).
I wonder if you all missed
me as much as I miss you,
Berlin, Miss Jean, Christy,
down at the station, the girls
at Craft's Restaurant, Nancy
at her shop, and Debra and
all the girls at the Dollar
store, Nancy and Minnie at
the beauty shop, and the la-
dies at the church thrift shop
at Williston?
I guess I feel better today. I
made homemade biscuits and
a peach cobbler and they are
in the oven now, and a crock
pot full of Lima beans and
ham is ready"fo eat. Wonder
if Jack and Vinson will let
me go home or keep me 'to
cook? I promise to be back
on track next week if the
Lord's killing and.I get, to
come home. So until then
stay sweet and say a prayer
for me.
Nuff said,
Miss Hone\


Announced
The Lower Suwannee Na-
tional Wildlife Refuge-an-
nounces emergency closures
in both the Levy and Dixie
county units as a result of
flooding.
Hurricane Dennis caused
flooding to all refuge roads
and damage to some fishing
piers. For public safety,
Refuge Manager Kathy
Whaley closed the flooded
areas, "for as long as it takes
for the high waters to recede
and the roads to be repaired
for safe travel."
The Dixie Mainline and
the Levy Loop Road, the
main wildlife drives of the
Lower Suwannee draw thou-
sands of wildlife observers,
hunters and anglers during
the year. "This action is
merely to save our visitors
from the inconvenience of
getting stuck or something'
worse,", reports Ranger Pam
Darty. As the high waters
subside, repairs will be made
and the gates will be opened
again for visitor use.


Habitat For Humanity Of Marriag

Suwannee Valley Inc. July County
I^T~~kixro *o 1*u* 1 .


Habitat for the Tri-Counmi Agape Christian Church on
area has good news to report! River Road and Highway
We ha\e raised almost all the 19/98 in Old Town on
$3,000 khich is required to Thursday, Ju1 28th at 7:00
be an, official affiliate of p.m. The public is welcome
Habitat International. The to come and find out how to
work is just beginning and help us now. General infor-
we still need people from all mation on how to get a habi-
nationalities, ethnic and eco- tat home will also be gi'en.
nomic backgrounds to qual- We hope to start building in
ify. 2005 but we need people to
This month the board of di- help raise funds.- We are also
rectors will meet Monday. in need of staff committees.
July 18th at 7:30 p.m. at Good' If God is in it, failure is'hot
Shepherd Lutheran Church, an option!:
The church is located on US For information or to \ol-
Highway 19/98. two miles unteer call the following
north ofWal-NMar ,ard l ,,nt people;, Linda.,or,Cliarles,at
to the Dakoah, WViner\. The"- 352-486-'lti(cthurch r.'a'-'
board Mneets the third 1M9on- tions :'Bertr at-463-0615 or
day of every month at the Gigi at 463-7207 (develop-
church. ment); Bill or-Deanna at 463-
The construction commit- 8003 "(construction/board
tee is meeting' monthly\ at member); Justin at 347-3240
Tretiton United Methodist or Pat at 854-7046 (con-
Church. An: informational struction/site selection): and
meeting will be held at the Bill at 352-528-5859 (family
selection. .


FWC Moves Out To Assist

Panhandle After

Hurricane Dennis'


Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC.[ law enforcement of-
ficers headed out for the
panhandle todaN to assist lo-
cal authorities in the after-
math. of Hurricane Dennis
which came ashore Sunday
afternoon.
"We had approximately_ 36
officers from the North Cen-
tral and North East regions
team up and 'head over to the
Penrsacola area," said' Capt.
Martin Redmond. in\estiga-
tions supervisor at the Lake
Cit\ regional office.
"Because of our special-
izedequipment. such as fqur-
wheel drives and boats, we
are able to respond to remote


locations. \Ve \%ill assist the
local authorities b\ pro\ iding
life safety\ and damage as-
sessment as \ell as re-
spCnding to search and res-
cue efforts." Redmond
explained.
Officers from Columbia.
Baker, Su wannee and
Lafayette counties, as wells
members of the Special Op-
erations Group in Jackson-
\ lle and Crystal River. have
been deployed to the pan-
handle.
Last, year, FWC officers,
responded to the storm-
ravaged panhandle follow ing
Hurricane Ivan, as well as the
other areas of the state im-
pacted by the 2004 storms.


The Florida Fish And

Wildlife Conservation

Commission (FWC) To

Meet July 14-15


The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) will
meet in Tallahassee July 14-
15. The meeting will take
place in the Farris Bryant
Building, 620 S. Meridian
Street, beginning at 8:30 a.m.
'both days.,
rThe agenda includes staff
reports concerning financial
issues and legislative
matters.
FWC meetings are open to


the. public, and anyone
needing special
accommodations to
participate should .contact
Cindy Hoffman at (850) 488-
6411. Hearing or speech
impaired persons can arrange
assistance by. calling (850)
488-9542.

Children have more need of
models than of critics.
-Joseph Joubert


Kim Pittman and James Baker


Pittman Bakgr
To Wed

Roger and Connie Pittman
are pleased to announce the
engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter,
Kimberly Pittman, to James
Baker of Chiefland, son of
Richard and Ruth Baker of
Huntington, West Virginia.
Kim is a 1996 graduate of
Trenton High School and a
2001 graduate of the
University of Florida. She is


employed by Family
Preservation Services of
Florida.
James is a 1988 graduate
of Huntington East High
School and a 2000 graduate
of Santa Fe Community
College. He is employed by
Central Florida Electric
Cooperative, Inc.
The wedding is planned for
August 20, 2005, at 6:00
p.m. at the Baughman Center
in Gainesville. A-reception
will follow the ceremony at
Eventfuls Banquet Center in
Gainesville.


e Filed In Levy


Demetrek Nathaniel
Terrell, 1/8/73, and. Sylvia
Dene'an Dawson, 10 26/84,
both of Archer.
Waine. Claoione Price,
1/12/84, of Morriston, and
Samantha Jackee Hart,
2/20/87, of Dunnellon.
Scott Alexander Arnold,
3/5/82, and Elisabeth Renee
Epps, 2/14/80, both of
Chiefland.
James Elmer Fender, Jr.,
6/24/68, and Susan Denise
Middleton, 3/13/64, both of
Morriston.
Kevin Timothy Kelly.
923.55, and Barbara Ann
Simmons. 10.24 55. both of
.Chiefland.' ; ..
..,, .- .


Thomas Wesley Munden,
6/25/57, and Bonnie
Kathleen Davis, 9/30/57,
both of Bronson.
James, Marshall Macar-.^
thur, 6/16/86, of Ft.,
Campbell, and Ashley Ann ;
Wharton, 5/31/87, of,
Chiefland.
Russell Sheard Meeks, Jr.,
6/21/79, of Otter Creek, and
Susan Michelle '. Keith,
10/16/82, of Gainesville.
Ronnie Michael McNally,
5/31/69, 'and Kristina Marie
Medina, 6/15/70, both of!
Trenton.
Robert Lee Shepherd, Jr.,.'
6 2070. and Robin Jon
',R iod; f 8." h.both
Marion Couut\,..,,.....


On Thursday,: Jul\ 14"
from 10:30, a.m. until 12:00
p.m., Shirley Bloodworth,
RN, BSN, MN presents "Ad-
vance Directives" at First
Baptist Church of Chiefland
which is located at US
Highway 27 Alt.'
Join to learn more, about
advance directives and re-
ceive materials to complete
your own. This program is


co-sponsored by the. Alz-,
heimer's Association and,'
Family\ Caregiver Support" ,
Program and is free and open:
to the public. Please call',
352-372-6266 for more in-,.
formation..

Failing organizations are usu-"
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The Seahorse Key Lighthouse

Celebrate Florida Heritage

At The Cedar Keys Light

Station On Seahorse Key
house and Seahorse Key are
The historic lighthouse on normally closed to the public
Seahorse Key opens its doors in order to protect the bird
to the public Saturday, July rookery and allow study by
16th, from 8:00 a.m. until the university students.
4:00 p.m. You're invited to Visitors will enjoy touring
join the Refuge Ranger, vol- the lighthouse, viewing the
unteers and the University of refuge island and the Gulf
Florida Marine Lab staff for from the lighthouse tower;
a day of Florida heritage and The University of Florida


marine discovery. -The light-


Marine Lab staff will have-


displays and touch-tank ex-
hibits for young and old
alike. A boat is needed to
reach this offshore island;
visitors may use their own
boat or contact commercial
boat rentals and group tours
that leave from Cedar Key
City Marina.
The lighthouse was origi-
nally built in 1854 to assist
with navigation into the busy
port of Cedar Key. Later, it
was used as a detention cen-
ter for captives during the
Second" Seminole War, then
as a prison during the Civil
War. The light was decom-
missioned in 1915. Seahorse
Key and the lighthouse, be-
came part of the Cedar Keys
National Wildlife Refuge in
the 1930s. Beginning in
1952, the lighthouse was
leased to the University of
Florida as a marine labora-
tory for use in research and
education, and still serves
that purpose today.
Bring your camera and
step onto one of Cedar Keys
National Wildlife. Refuge
premier holdings. Shots
from the tower in the morn-
ing are spectacular: railroad
vine covers the beach and
wading birds seem to pose
for the camera.


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Challenge To Parental

Notification Act Rejected


Attorney General Charlie
Crist announced that a fed-
eral judge has rejected a re-
quest for an injunction that
would have prevented the
implementation of the 2005
Florida Parental Notification
of Abortion Act. U.S. Dis-
trict Judge William Stafford,
based in Tallahassee, ruled
from the bench, enabling the
law to be implemented as
intended.
The plaintiffs, sought to
block implementation of the
law, which was enacted after
Florida voters approved a
constitutional amendment
stating that parents or guardi-
ans should be notified when-
ever a minor child is to un-
dergo the medical procedures
associated with a termination
of the minor's pregnancy.
Solicitor General Chris Kise
argued the case on behalf of
the. Attorney General, con-
tending that the plaintiffs had


not established their entitle-
ment to an injunction that
would have prohibited en-
forcement of the law. Judge
Stafford agreed.
"This is an important vic-
tory for Florida's families,
especially parents who
should have a voice in vitally
important health issues con-
cerning their children," said
Crist. "The people of Florida
expressed their wishes
through their votes, and their
will is contained in this stat-
ute."
At the core of the state's
argument was the fact that
notification ensures that par-
ents will have a role in the
decision-making process and
can assist in an evaluation of
the medical risks, the physi-
cal' and psychological conse-
quences of the decision, the
quality of the medical facility
and the qualifications of the
physician.


FWC To Hold Public

Fourth Of July Weekend

Boating Activity Report


The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conser'ation Com-
mission's (FWC) North
Central Region' Law En-
forcement Officers targeted
boating safety) during the
Fourth of July holiday on the
local i atermai s. Bouts of
rain throughout the four-day
holiday weekend may have
kept some boaters off. the
water, and FWC officers in-
Sestigated 11 accidents with
no fatalities.
Strong officer' presence on
'the water and enforcement of
boating safety rules helped
keep boaters safe as they
enjoyed the holiday week-
end. FWC officers spent
1,353.5 hours patrolling the
waters of the 17-count\ re-
gion and %wrote 213 citations,
whicji, ipclyded', tie arrests
for boating under the influ-
,ence (BUI). The remaining
tickets were for other boating
safety violations (146), re-
source violationss (39), and
other e violations t23) that can
be anything :from -drug-
Srelated arrests to littering. In
' addition. FWC officers is-
sued 521 written warnings
during the long holiday
weekend.
Citrus County topped the
region in numbers of BUI ar-
Srests this weekend, x% ith two
BUIs on the Tsala Apopka
Chain .of Lakes and two
BUIs on Crystal River. The
fifth BUI arrest was made in
Levy County Saturday;
"Our 'goal this Fourth of
Julyweekend was to enhance
the safety of the boating
public," said FWC Regional
Commander Major Cal'%in
Adams. "We targeted boat-
inc safety and BUI enforce-,
ment on the waterways
Throughout the region."
"The large number of our
officers, on the water during
the long holiday weekend ab-r
solutely paid off in a safer;
better educated boating pub-
lic," said Adams. "In addi-
tion to the holiday weekend,
scallop season also began
Friday. The boating traffic in
the Steinhaichee area was
heavy. Officers patrolled
'that area by, water and air to
ensure people were display-
ing dive flags and operating
at a safe speed around those
diving for scallops."
Boating Accident Summary
There, were three boating
accidents in Taylor County
over the weekend. The first
occurred on Saturday night.
A vessel collided with the
rocks off of Dark Island.
Witnesses reported the acci-
dent but the vessel was gone
prior to FWC officers arriv-
ing on scene. The witnesses
also advised the occupants of
the vessel appeared to be in-
toxicated. Further leads may
result in charges.

Always do right. This will
gratify some people and aston-
Sish the rest.
-William Allen White


The second occurred on
the 'Econfina River on Mon-
day. Two vessels collided
head-on. Four people were
sent to the hospital with mi-
nor injuries. The investiga-
tion is ongoing.
The third accident occurred
at Keaton Beach Monday. A
vessel backed into another
vessel in the Keaton Beach
canal and left the scene.
Witnesses saw the accident
and provided FWC officers
with the boat registration
numbers. Officers tracked
.down the operator and issued
him a citation f6r leaving the
scene of an accident.,
Duval and Bradford coun-
ties were the sites of four ac-
cidents over the holiday)
weekend:-
Saturday morn ing at Cedar
River in Jacksonville, a per-
sonal \%atercraft I(PWC) ran
into a bridge resulting in mii
nor injuries. First-aid was
given on'scene. mo
Another accident occurred
Saturday evening at Kings1eN
Lake in Bradford County
when a towed boogey board
hit a juvenile swimmer who
was airlifted to Shands Hos-
pital. Injuries were minor.
Kingsley Lake was the
scene again for another acci-
dent'Sunday when a PWC
collided with anoth er PWC
and a juvenile \ as taken by
-family members to Shands
Hospital with minor injuries.
At Julington Creek in Du-
val County, a vessel collided
with another vessel resulting
in injuries to a female pas-
senger Monday evening. She
was taken to Baptist Hospi-
tal.
There were two boat acci-
dents in Citrus County. One
was on the Tsala Apopka
Chain and one occurred on
the Chassahowitzka River.
There were no injuries and
only minor damage.
There was an airboat acci-
dent Saturday off Deer Island
located in Levy 'County, re-
sulting in severe injuries to a
15-year-old teen. The op-
erator was arrested for BUI.
Another accident occurred
Monday on Orange Lake in
Alachua County when a
seven-year-old was thrown
from a boat and was hit by
the boat's propeller. She was
taken to Shands Hospital in
Gainesville. The operator
was cited for careless opera-
tion.
For more information on
safe boating, including how
to acquire a safe boating
identification card, and what
safety equipment is neces-
sary to carry on board, please
visit MyFWC.com or call the
FWC's North Central Re-
gional Office in Lake City at
(386) 758-0525.


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Levy County Boating

Accident Injures Teen


A boating accident last
Saturday at Deer Island on
the Levy County coast has
resulted in the serious injury
of a 15-year-old teen.
Brandon Hughes, from
Archer, was a passenger
aboard an airboat operated by
Carlos C. Lester II, 44, of
Morriston.
According to Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) investi-
gators, Lester made an eva-
sive maneuver while under-
way to avoid a sandbar. The
vessel struck the sandbar
while traveling sideways and
Hughes was ejected from the
airboat.
The airboat rolled over and
came to rest, on its left side.
Lester was uninjured. FWC


Investigator Jay Russel, Troy'
Beckham, a commercial fish-
erman and other boaters in
the area provided life saving
first aid to the victim at the
scene.
The U.S. Coast Guard air-
lifted Hughes to Shands
Hospital of Gainesville.
There was probable cause
that the operator was operat-
ing the vessel under the in-
fluence of an alcoholic bev-
erage to the extent that his
normal faculties were im-
paired. Lester was arrested
and booked' into the Levy
County Jail.
The investigation is still
ongoing and may result in
further charges, according to
FWC Investigators.


The, Matheson Museum
would like to invite the
community to a panel discus-
sion commemorating the 60t'
anniversary of the end of
World War II on Sunday,
August 7th 'at 2:00 p.m. Ad-,
mission is free and open to
the public.,, Dr. Michael
Gannon, retired, history pro-
fessor from the University of
Florida, and author, will
moderate the panel. Dr.
Gannon's books include Op-
eration Di tltL,,.' a national
bestseller about the first U-
boat attacks along the
American Coast during the
war. .
, Veterans on the panel in-
clude Elizabeth Petrick, a
member of the Navy Waves
at Roberts Point in Hawaii
when Japan surrendered;
Frank Towers, who Was in
ther30th Infantry division in,
the, Battle opf ormandy,; Clif
Cormier, a warrant officer of
the 3rd division. U.S. NMarine
Corps and veterann of I\9o
Jima; and Phil Net' man. an
air combat veteran who has
been e\tremel) active in a
number of veterans groups
and in education about the.
war. Panel members Will
share stories, about pivotal
moments of the war that
shaped their experiences'arind
their lives.
The panel is being held in
conjunction with the mu-
seum's exhibit by local pho-
tographer Jack Hurov, in
commemoration of the 60th


anniversary of the end of the
war. Mr. Hurov visited
Normandy, France on a trip
last year during the 60h anni-
versary of D-Day, and cre-
ated a display of artifacts and
photographs that chronicles
both the landscape of D-Day,
and the stories of veterans,
whom he met on his journey.
The Matheson Museum* is
a non-profit museum of
Alachua County Florida his-
tory. Through exhibitions.
public and educational pro-
grams. and through collect-
ing and preserving the tangi-
ble pieces of our history, the
museum seeks to illuminate
Alachua County's past. The
museum is a partner of the
Florida Humanities Council
and received funding for this
program from', the FHC
through a grant from the Na-
tional' Endow6ment for th e
Huimtnitie.1' The mniUet
also receives operating grant
funding from the Cit) of
Gainesville and the Division
of Historical Resources,
Florida Department of State.
The Matheson Museum is
located at 513 East Univer-
sity Avenue .in downtown.
Gainesville and is open from
9:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m.,
Tuesday through Friday, and
Sunday from 1:00 p.m. until
5:00 p.m. Admission is free.
Call 352-378-2280 for more
information, or visit our web
site at www.matheson
museum.org.


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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


JULY 14, 2005


Land Transactions


Levy Land

Transactions
6/23/05 6/29/05
Transaction Code: AD-Agree
Deed, CD-Correctory Deed, CT-
Certificate of Title, D-Deed, E-
Easement, FJDX-Final Judgement
Divorce X, MIA-Mortgage Mod-
ify Agreement, NL-Notice of
Limitation, QCD-Quit Claim
Deed, TD-Tax Deed, WD-
Warranty Deed.
AD, $11,500.00, LI 18 UNIVER-.
SITY ESTATES, BDY 9-12-17
Buyer LAING YVONNE FOSTER-
Seller MIDDLETON SUE C TTEE
AD, $11,500.00, BDY NE1/4
SE1/4 9-12-17
Buyer LAING YVONNE FOSTER
Seller MIDDLETON JOHN TTEE
WD, $18,817.00, L5(20) UNI-
VERSITY OAKS SD
Buyer: CHIN FRANCIS R JR
Buyer: HARVEY ENID M
Seller HAGGARD RONALD J SR
WD, $10,000.00, BDY NE1/4
NE1/4 10-12-17
Buyer: SD.SANFORD INC
SSeller: RIVERA ROSENDO
FERNANDEZ
Seller: FERNANDEZ RIVERA
ROSENDO
WD, $4,000.00, L15(28) OAK
RIDGE ESTATES SD
Buyer: RIVERA CARMEN D RO-
LON
Seller EMJ MGMT. CORP
WD, $230,000.00, BDY SW1/4
NW1/4 23-14-17
Buyer: PLETCHER MARILYN J
Buyer PLETCHER GREGORY A
Seller: WISENER JOHN D
Seller WISENER JOHN DOUGLAS
Seller: WISENER KELLY S
WD, $15,000.00, L12(45) UNI-
VERSITY OAKS
Buyer: RAINAUD LINDA L
Buyer: RAINAUD BRIAN C SR
Seller: THERIAULT ROBERT L'
WD, $12,900.00, L28(54) WIL-
LISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: JEAN FELIX
Buyer: JEAN BENITO
Seller: MORALES ELSIE H
Seller: MORALES HECTOR
MANUEL
WD, $6,500,00, BDY SE1/4
NW1/4 29-11-17
Buyer: LEVEQUE TERESA
Seller: LORIE JANET A
WD, $6,500.00, BDY SE1/4
NWl/429-11-17
Buyer: ADDISON BETTY
Bu\er. ARNOLD STEVE
- ,: IUdciNIESS.-HARON..l ....,
QCD, $10.00, BDY NE 1/4
SE1/415.12-17
Buyer: ALPERT GILBERT
JOACHIM
Seller: ALPERT GILBERT J
Seller: ALPERT MARTIN J
TD, $1,200.00, #2256-2000,
L26(6) OAK RIDGE. ESTATES
Buyer: VARNES JILL
Bu\er. VARNES PAULR .'
Seller: STAGECOACH ENT. INC
Seller: CLERK OF COURT
DANNY J SHIPP
TD, $, $2.00 ) 11, # 2255-200 0,,
L25(6) OAK RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer: VARNES JILL
Buyer: VARNES PAUL R
Seller: STAGECOACH ENT. INC
Seller: CLERK OF COURT
DANNY J SHIPP
WD, $ 10,(010.00, BDY 25-14-12
Buyer: NATI.RE COAST E X-
PEDITIONS LLC
Seller WESTMORELAND LOU C
Seller WESTMORELAND WIL-
LIAMP
QCD, $10.00, L14(45) UNIVER-
SITY OAKS
Buyer DE OCA NOEMI
Buyer: DE OCA JOEL NMONTES
Seller PEREZ ARMANDO JR.
WD, $2 3. 500.00 L 4.71151),
L11(16)OCALAHGH \WEST ,
Bu er: GREENSPAN PERRY H
Seller: STONE SALLY B
Seller: BURTON GEORGE
Seller: BURTON JOHN A .
Seller: CULPEPPER CATHRYN
Seller. THRASHER CATHRYN L
W'D. D 13.750.00. L 151 15,) WI L-
LISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: JEAN DEBORAH .
Seller: BREAKTHRU PROP. INC
WD, $65,000.00, L5-9, 16-20(15)
BRONSONHTS .
Buyer: POMPEO MARC J .
Buyer: MCCURDY WILLIAM W
Seller: RINATO JOSEPH C JR
Seller: RINATO EVELYN CRUZ
WD, $50,000.00, 1.14-15(24)
WILLISTON HGH G&CC EST
Buyer: TREASURE COAST
ROOFING LLC
Seller: DOPPLERDAVE INC
WD, $10,000.00, L2-3(22) OAK
RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer: SEBASTIAN GIGI LIZA
Buyer: MANIATTU GEORGE K
Seller: BRUNER RICHARD W
Seller: BRUNER ROBERT L
WD, $220,000.00, L21 WINDING


RIVERS PRSRV, BDY 9-1 1-16
Buyer: UPADHYAYA MAYURI
Buyer: UPADHYAYA NARENDRA
Seller: AMERICAN LAND
PRTNRS. INC
Seller: FL LAND PRTNRS. LLC
Seller: NATIONAL LAND
PRTNRS. LLC
WD, $230,000.00, L22 WINDING
RIVERS PRSRV, BDY 9-11-16
Buyer: UPADHY AY AMAYURI
Buyer UPADHYAYA NARENDRA


Seller: AMERICAN LAND
PRTNRS. INC
Seller: FL LAND PRTNRS. LLC
Seller: NATIONAL LAND
PRTNRS. LLC
WD, $44,000.00, L28 ROLLING
ACRES STAMPER, BDY 7-12-17,
W/MH, ETC
Buyer: JOHNS ERICA N
Buyer JOHNS CHRISTOPHER A
Seller: FOGG DAVID L
Seller FOGG MARGE A DE-
CEASED
WD, $16,000.00, L10(2) #99 VIL-
LAGE OF GREEN THUMBS #1
Buyer: LIBRUN WITNY
Seller: COMBS PEGGY S
Seller: COMBS CHESTER R JR
WD, $162,050.00, BDY 18,19-13-
15, ETC
Buyer VITALIEN HOLDING LLC
Seller OTTER CREEK HOLDINGS
LLC
WD, $159,.000.00, BDY SW1/4
28-10-14
Buyer: NEKOLA CHERYL
Buyer: NEKOLA FRANK
Seller: SMITH GEORGE H
Seller: SMITH RENATE
WD, $170,065.00, BDY N1/2 19-
13-15, ETC
Buyer: SAINT FELIX CARLINE
Seller OTTER CREEK HOLDINGS
LLC
WD, $9,500.00, L6(57) WILLIS-
TON HGH #14
Buyer: AZOR JOSEPH
Seller: MENGE ROBERT
WD, $4,500.00, L17(E) COUN-
TRY ESTATES
Buyer: GERMAIN GILBERT
Seller MALDONADO JOSE
RAMON
WD, $15,000.00, L37 OAK
MEADOWS PHASE 1
Buyer: MCDOUGAL C E
.Seller: M E MCDOUGAL INC
WD, $245,000.00, L40 WINDING
RIVER PRSRV, BDY 20-11-16
Buyer: MATHEW ROSAMMA
Buyer: MATH AI MATHEW
Seller: AMERICAN LAND
PRTNRS. INC
Seller: FL LAND PRTNRS. LLC
Seller: NATIONAL LAND
PRTNRS. LLC
CD, S1Io i)0, OR 812/857, L34(2)
WHITTEDS MH ESTATES
Buyer: HAIL ANTHONY G
Seller: PERKINS PATRIC IA A
Seller: HOWARD PATRICIA A
WD, $692,000.00, BDY W1/2
SE1 14I 19-14,115, ETC, W/MH
Bus er: DE LOS SANTOS MARIA
Buyer: DE LOS S.NTOS JUAN
eller wi ST E 6 E I
Seller \\EBSTER JOl-IN P *
WD, $16,500.00, BDY NEI/4
NWI/4 1-12-14, ETC
Buyer: SCULKY ROBERT
Seller: DOCKERY MARTHA L
Seller: DOCKERY HERBERTA
1WD. $5i..i000.u0. L6-7(21) RE-
PLAT WILLISTON HGH #5
Bu.er: SINGH DILIP
Seller N M &. S PROPERTY DE-
VELOPMENT INC
WVD, $11,000.00, L4(6) GREEN
HGH PARK
Buser LAJEUNESSE ROSE
Seller: GONZALEZ MNIRIAMI
Seller: NMENDOZA FRANCISCO J
WD, 518.500.00. BDY32-12-13,
ETC
Buyer: VONDERAU DAVID M,
Seller: EVERHART RONALD S
WD, $17.00 .0.10. L2(52) RE-
PLAT WILLISTON HGH #5 -
Bu er MURRELL EURELDINE
Bu)er HENRY BERYL
Buyer: I INDSAY ERMINE
Seller: MUNRO BURSELL G
WD, $10,000.00. L6(221 WILL-
LISTON HGH G& CC ESTATES
Buyer BREAK THRUPROP. INC
Seller SAN(HEZ LkRION
Seller SANCHEZNICOLAS
WD, $30.000.00. L 11-12(2) RE-
PLAT WILLISTONHGH #9
Bu)er IHUDSON JUDITH
Bus er: HUDSON ERVIN,
Seller: SEYMOUR WILLIAM D
\\WD, S290..000.:,:. L I 3 WIND-.
ING RIVER PRSRV, BDY
NW11421-11-16
Bu'er IKERD IUDITH \:
Buyer: LIDESTRI VASSIL L [NDA
Buyer RECCHI C HRISTINT-E
Buser VASSIL LINDA [[IDESTRI
Buyer: VASSIL WILLIAM P
Seller: AMERICAN LAND,
PRTNRS.INC
Seller: FL LAND PRTNRS. LLC
Seller: NATIONALLAND
PRTNRS. LLC
1 D, $ 10,000 00, L5(22) WIL-
LISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer BREAK THRU PROP. INC
Seller: SANCHEZ MARION
* Seller: SANCHEZ NICOLAS
WD, $25,.0000, L8(7) VIL-
LAGE OF GREEN THUMB # 1
Buyer: EDWARDS ESME
Seller: RICHMAN SCARLETT
WD, $29,958.00, L39 LONG POND
LANDING ADD #2, W/MH
Buyer: FIRST NATIONAL AC-
CEPTANCE CO.


Seller: HAYCOCK PAMELA
Seller: HAYCOCK TODD
WD, $16,000.00, L7(76) RE-
PLAT WILL ISTON HGH #5"
Buyer: SCULLY VALRIE
Buyer: SCULLY LEROY
Seller: SEYMOUR WILLIAM D
' WD, $7,000.00, L5 QUAIL
. MEADOWS
Bu% er- HUDSON ROLLIN
Seller HOLCOMB GLENN DALE


WD, $15,500.00, L14(A) RIVER-
SIDE SD II
Buyer: DYE SANDRA M
Buyer: DYE RAYMOND E SR
Seller: PADGETT KRISTI E
Seller: PADGETT PERRY J
WD, $10.00, L2-3(28) WILLIS-
TON HGH #14
Buyer: CALHOUN ROBERT
Seller ASSOCIATES FINANCIAL
SERVICES CO. INC
Seller: ASSOCIATES FIRST
CAPITAL CORP.
WD, $39,000.00, L4(1), L2-3(28).
WILLISTON HGH #14 -
Buyer: DAMMRICH JAMES
Seller: CALHOUN RUTH
Seller: CALHOUN ROBERT
WD, $19,000.00, L9(25) WIL-
LISTON HGH #12
Buyer: ANSINE NOVLET D
Buyer: ANSINE DOUGLAS
Seller: ST JEAN MARION M
Seller: ST JEAN ROGER NI
QCD, $3,000.00, L13(24) WIL-
LISTON HGH G&CC, ESTATES
Buyer: EUGENE ARIOL
Seller CHARLEMAGNE
ILFRENISE :
Seller STEPHEN MARC NOCLES
WD, $40,000.00, BDY SW1/4
SWI/4 8-14-19, ETC
Buyer: REHBERG RYAN
Buyer: REHBERG HERBERT
Buyer: REHBERG CHARLOTTE
Seller: LEGLER HUGO LEE
QCD, $7,400.00, L42(19) 3RD
ADD TO BRONSON HTS
Buyer: MATOS HELSON
Seller MIDDLETON JOHN TTEE
WD, $10.00, BDY SE/14 SWI/4
31-12-19, ETC
Buyer: MCCOY VERNON RAY
Seller: MCCOY NOEL K
Seller: MCCOY VERNON RAY
WD, $446,547.00, L24-25 OAK
HAMMOCK SD '
Buyer: JNR HOLDINGS LLC
Seller: PERKINS STATE BANK
QCD, $10.00, BDY 31-12-19, ETC
Buyer: GILREATH IRENE R
Buyer: GILREATH DONALD G
:Seller: COLEMAN PATRICIA A
Seller: COLEMAN \ AL T E R C
Seller GILREATH PATRICIA ANN
WD, $10.00,0.00, BDY 31-12-19,
ETC
Buyer: MILLWATER MARY E
Buyer: MILLWATER TIMOTHY A
Seller: GILREATH IRENE R
Seller: GILREATH DONALD G
WD, $20,00000 L9-10, 13-14(4)
GREEN HGH PARK
Buyer GRAHAMVILLE PROP.
LLC
Seller:-ISTAN-TSULLY I.ONAI. *
Seller'ISTANTSULYLAsSZbO'
Seller: ISTANTSULY LESLIE
WD, $20,000.00, L2(5) WILLIS-
TON HGH #14
Buyer; POST KAREN A.
Buyer: POST DAVID S SR
Seller TROUT GERMAINE JEAN
WD, $20,000.00, LI(5) SPRING-
SIDE DEVELOPMENT'
,Buyer: GOLD IN NAPLES INC.
Seller: DICK-ERSON SUZANNE
Seller: DICKERSON RICHARD
WD, $15,000.00,' L37 UNIVER-
SITY OAKS NL\N(OR
Buyer DARLINGTON IVY COO-
PER
Bu,,-er:COC()PER DWIGHT
Buyer. COOPER DARLINGTON
IVY
Seller \' AGNE R GILBERT F
DECEASED .
Seller: WAGNER GRACED
WD. $15.000( )0 L35 UNIV\'ER-
SITY OAKS MANOR
Buyer: FOSTER IDA J
Seller- \ AGNER'GILBERTF
DECE BASED
Seller: WAGNER GRACE D
WDI, $15,000.00, L36 UNIVER-
SITYOAKS LkNL-OR .
Buyer: COOPER ANGELA ED-
WARDS
Buyer:.COOPEk DW'IGHT
Seller: WAGNER GILBERT F
DECEASED
Seller: WAGNER GRACED
WD, $20,000.00, 16(1) KING
RANCH OF FLORIDA .
RANCHETTES
Buier. SLAUGHTER RENE
Buyer: SLAUGHTER LYNN E
Seller: RODRIGUEZ JOSE R
Seller RODRIGIUEZ MARGARITA
WD, $12,500.00, L16(B) SUNNY
RIDGE
Buyer: BERG RUTH M
Buyer: BERG BRUCE R
Seller: WILLIAMS MARY J
Seller: MOORE CHARLENE
WD, $12,500.00, L17(B) SUNNY
RIDGE
Bu\ er: BERG RUTH M
SBuyer: BERG BRUCE R
Seller: MOORE CHARLENE
Seller: WILLIAMS MARY J
WD, $12,500.00, L18(B) SUNNY
RIDGE
Buyer: BERG RUTH M
SBuyer: BERG BRUCE R
Seller:'MOORE CHARLENE
Seller: WILLIAMS MARY J


WD, $12,500.00, L19(B) SUNNY
RIDGE
Buyer: BERG RUTH M
Buyer: BERG BRUCE R
Seller: MOORE CHARLENE
Seller: WILLIAMS MARY J
WD, $287,420.00, BDY 33-13-14,
ETC
Buyer: LINDER VERONICA S
.Buyer: LINER KENT M
Seller: HITSON PATRICIA S
Seller: HITSON JIMMY F


WD, $70,000.00, L8-9(F) REPLAT
PRT CEDAR KEY MH VG, W/MH
Buyer: BREILER URSULA
Buyer: BREILER THEODORE
Seller: PARNELL LORENE M
DECEASED
Seller: RUSKEY BEVERLY
ANN PARNELL
Seller: PARNELL CLIFFORD P
DECEASED
WD, $38,000.00, L8(C) CASONS
INGLIS ACRES #1
Buyer: EIDE HEIDE
Buyer: EIDE THORWALD E
Seller: WILLIAMS JAMES C
WD, $15,250.00, L5(G) CASONS
INGLIS ACRES #9
Buyer: MCCROSSIN LLC
Seller: PHILLIPS RUTH I
Seller: PHILLIPS JOHN W H
WD, $12,000.00. BDY 9, 12-12-17,
ETC
Buyer: SD SANFORD INC
Seller: DLA7 CARMEN A
WD, $22,000.00,-L1(13) WIL-
LISTON HGH #2
Buyer: SQUADRITO MARK
Seller: LOPEZ/ENRIQUE
WD, $11,500.00, 1,20(78) WIL-
LISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: YIOVES CHARILAOS
Seller: JOHNSTON JULIAN V
QCD, $10.00, L20(78) WILLIS-
TON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: YIOVES CHARILAOS
Buyer: COQUERAN MICHAEL
Buyer: 182 MAIN ST RLTY.CORP
Seller: YIOVES CHARILAOS
1% D, $15 I.(00 00. IA(72) WIL-
"IISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: KOU)TSAVL IS ANGELO
Seller: SE PUL VEDA JAMES
Seller: MACHINE BLANCA R
QCD, $10.00, L4(72)WILLISTON
HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: 182 N AIN ST RLTY CORP
Bu\ er- COQUE RAN MI-C F\E L
Seller: KOUTSAVLiS ANGELO
WD, $25,000.00, BDY L18(17)
RAINBOW LAKES EST SEC N
Buyer: STEWART E S NMETA. .
Seller HASS CAROL ELIZABETH
Seller PEREGOY CAROL
ELIZ.ABETH
WD, $1.6,000.00, L 11(35) WIL-
LISTONAHGH G&CC ESTATES
Bu\er: GILLL[M -THEA ELIZA-
BETH
Seller: HALEY MARY
Seller- WEST DAVID M ,,
WD, $16,000.00,,L10(35) WIL-
LISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: RIGG ROBIN NL\RK
Seller: HAL E Y MARY
Seller: W-EST DAI\'D NM
\VD'.'41 .t10.00. BDY L. .12l1'i C'
S NOBLE NIM.PO\P TLL[STON '
Buyer: NOBLES JAMMIE M
Buyer: NOBLES ANTHONY J
Seller: NTOLFF JACQUELINE.
WD, $100.00, L12 WACCA-.
CASSA RIVER ACRES
Bu \er. JN\\ ICK TRLiST
Bu)er. CHADWICK BERNARD
TRUSTEE
Seller RICLHARDSON JANET
SD. $37D1. 0.i00. LliA
NORTHWVOOD ESTATES SD
Buyer: PROMISE \CRES II LLC,
Seller: TOPKATZ LLC .
\\ D, $ 3".0001) :11. L2(A)
NORTH WOOD ESTATES SD
Buyer: PROMISE \CRES I LLC
Seller: TOPKATZ LLC
WD, $4,200.00,1,6(47),
L 15 521.1 2h153iO\K RIDGE EST
Bu er. ENIC NGN INC
Seller FIRST IMGMT. CO.
\\D. $2.i1w.00. L9i63) O().\K
RIDGE ESTATE SD
Buyer ENIC MGNIT. INC
Seller: FIRST MGMNT CO.
WD. % 2.j000.fD. L 11831 OAK
RIDGE ESTATE'S SD
Buyer EMC MGMT. INC
Seller FIRST NNIT. CO.
WD, $46,75.0.111, BDY El/2
SW1/4 3-11-14
Buyer: SHE L TON ROBE RT D
Seller \\WINBURN GENE NLAC
Seller: MULLIS WILLIAM T
WD, $73 '(10.O0. L 17 OCALA
WEST, BDY 25-14-18,.ETC'
Buyer: WILLIAMS BONNIE S
Seller BUCKNLAN ROBERT B,
WD, $5,000.00, \\K ". lNIT 3041
CEDAR COVE PHASE 1 CONDO
Buyer: MULIRPHY ELIZ.ABETH L
Bu-er: MELRPHY JAMES -
Seller CEDAR COVE BEACH &
YACHT CLUB
WD, $4-00,00.00:, L2(6)
FOWLER WAYi '
Buyer: BRENNAN TERILYN K
Buyer: BRENNAN JOHN. R JR
Seller WIE L.LAAND BEVERLY
ANNE
Seller: WIELAND MICHAEL
PATRICK
WD, $12,000.00,L11(5) B &RSD #5
Buyer: PAREDES RENAN
Seller: LIVONI RICHARD

WD, $11,000.00, L7(7) B & R SD#5
Buyer: ADAMS SHEREVE
Seller: LIVONI RICHARD
. WD, $9,500.00, 1,14(J) COUN-
TRY ESTATES


Buyer: BREAKTHRU PROP. INC
Seller: LIVONI RICHARD
QCD, $10.00, L42 FOREST
PARK #2
Buyer: QUASAR PROP. INC
Seller: KOBLIS MAE
WD. $18.000 00. L23(2)
TISHOM I INGO PLANTATION
Buyer: NOURY MARIE .
Seller: TURNER MELISSA P
Seller: TURNER BOB C
WD, $13,900.00, L8(l) LAKE


Buyer: COLEY CARL
Seller: SD SANFORD INC
D, $2,183.00, L4(19) WILLIS-
TON HGH G&CC ESTATES ,
Buyer: TERIBURY CYNTHIA
Buyer: TERIBURY ROLAND
Seller: THOMPSON SANDRA J
Seller: MENCHISE DOUGLAS N
TRUSTEE
Seller: THOMPSON PAUL F
QCD, $10.00, BDY NE1/4 NE1/4
16-12-17
Buyer MARTINEZ FRANCISCO
Buyer: MARTINEZ MARTHA
Seller: MARTINEZ MARTHA
D, $10.00, BDY NW1/4


JOHNSON ESTATES #1
Buyer: WAGNER LYNN
Seller: ANDERSON PHILIP J
WD, $23,000.00, L12(8) RAIN-
BOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer REYNOLDS CHRISTEEN
Seller MCLAUGHLIN MARGA-
RETA
WD, $32,000.00, L2-5(85) OAK
RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer: GIBBONS JACQUELINE
Seller RESE MARGUERITE W
BOON
Seller WINDSOR MARGUERITE
WD, $22,000.00, L9(21) WIL-
LISTON HGH #5 REPLAT
Buyer: CONGER MICHAEL
Seller: SD SANFORD INC
WD, $9,000.00, 131(55) WIL-
LISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: SD SANFORD INC
Seller: ESCUDERO GLORIA
Seller: GONZALEZ MENDEZ
ADRIAN
Seller: MENDEZ ADRI.AN
GONZALEZ
WD, $15,900.00, L31(55) WIL-
LISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer. SHEPARD CONSTANCE
Buyer SHEPARD RONALD LEE
Seller: SD SANFORD INC
WD, $5,000.00, L50 NORTH
SOUTH ESTATES #1, BDY 1'8-
12-18, ETC
Buyer: SD SANFORD INC
Seller: READY FRANCES J
WD, $11,500,00, L10(63) OAK
RIDGE ESTATES
:Buyer: STEIN & GIRALDO INC
Seller: COLON JUANA C
WD, $12,000.00, L20(85) WIL-.
LISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: STEIN & GIRALDO INC
Seller RIVERA YOLANDA
PADILLA
Seller S ,ANCHEZ PIZARRO
RAFAEL
Seller PIZARRO RAFAEL SAN-
CHEZ
Seller PADILLA RIVERA
YOLANDA
WD, $21.900.00, L20(85),WIL-
LISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: HANCOCK JOY
Seller: STEIN & GIRALDO INC
WD, $12,000.00, L8(33) WIL-
LISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: STEIN & GIIRALDO INC
Seller FUENTES EDDIE MOLINA
Seller MOLINA FUENTES EDDIE
WD. $6.500 00. L8(43) REPLAT
.ILLISTONHGH#5
Buyer: JANTZ DANIEL WESTON
Buyer: JANTZ DIANE LEE
Seller: DOUGLAS EDMUND
WD, $55,100.00, L4 ARROW-
EAD ACRES
Buyer: GELBER ELISABETH REID
Buyer: GELBER PETER
1 Seller: MOTIT JAMES R .. ,.
-Seller- MOTT JANE'T., .
\\ D, $6. ,000 0,. L6(,7) UNI-
VERSITY OAKS, W/MH
Buyer: FAHRNER WILSON
PAMELAK K
Buyer: WILSON PAMELA K
FAHRNER
Seller: BKE VENTURES INC
WD, $75.000.00. BDY 5-17-16;ETC
Buyer. RINARD MARYJ'..
Buyer: RINARD PA T RICK W
Seller: WICKKNLAN CARL V-
D. $6.000.00. L28(2) OAK
RIDGE ESTATES SD
Bu.er. SEAL CASSANDRA.
Bu'er SEALY MNARIANO
Seller- USR INVESTMENTS INC
\\ D, $50,000 00. BDY W\\1
SWl/4 32-11-16, ETC
BuNer: HUDSON JAMES
ROLLIN JR
Buyer: KEENE LESLIE A
Seller. HODGE JOSEPH"R
D, $10,000.00. L6N 381 RAIN-
BOWILAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: SEGUIN TARA BLOWN
Bu er SEGLUIN GEORGE L JR
Buyer: SEGUIN PATSY GOMEZ
Bu er. SEGUIN JERRY D
Seller: FREENLkN JAMES TAY-
'LCIR J.R DECEASED '
Seller: FREEMAN MARY
LILLIAN SEGUfN
W D. $8.000.00. L 18-19(65) OAK
RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer: SINGER JUSTIN
Bu er: EMMER RYAN
Seller HERRING KATHLEEN M
WD, $15,000.00, L63(36) RAIN-
BOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: SINGER JUST IN
Buyer: EMMER RYAN L
Seller: MARTIN REBECCA G
IWD, $12,000.00 L8 54G WIL-
LISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: STEIN & GIRALDO INC
Seller MARTINEZ ANGEL LEON
Seller LEON MARTINEZ ANGEL
CD. S10' 00. L 5 GATOR. ACRES
Buyer: STOTLER DORIS M ,
Buyer: STOTLER RONALD L
Seller: LEHMAN IVAN
QCD, $2,500.00, L35(E) ELEA-
NOR VILLAGE SD
Buyer HARRINGTON THOMAS
Seller WALTER BAYNARD & CO
CD, $10.00, L5-6(13) WILLIS-
TON HGH


Seller: FL LAND PRTNRS. LLC
Seller: NATIONAL LAND
PRTNRS. LLC
WD, $18,000,00 L26(44) OAK
RIDGE ESTATES, W/MH
Buyer: ORTIZ MARGARITA
Seller: RIVERA MARIA DE LOS
ANGELES
Seller: RIVERA MARIA DE LOS
ANGLES
WD, $184,000.00, BDY SEI/4.
SW1/4 28-12-17, ETC, W/MH
Buyer: PASCHKE DEBORAH J
Buyer: PASCHKE W RICHARD
Seller. RHOADES HELEN DE- .
CEASED


NE1/416 12-17
Buyer: MARTINEZ MARTHA
Seller SOCARRAS CELSO ES-
TATE
Seller: MARTINEZ MARTHA
WD, $10.00, BDY NW1/4 NW1/4
4-13-19, ETC
Buyer: LAW DONNIE A
Buyer: JOHNSON ELIZABETH
LAW
Buyer: SIMPSON VIVIAN
Seller: JOHNSON ELIZABETH
LAW
Seller: LAW ELIZABETH
WD, $8,500.00,. BDY SE1 4
SW1/429-11-17
Buyer: ROSALES GUSTAVO
Seller: LORIE FAMILY TRUST
Seller: LORIE JORGE PABLO,
TRUSTEE
Seller: LORIE JANET ANN
TRUSTEE
WD, $8,500.00, BDY SW1/4 29-11-
17
Buyer: BLANCO AMPARO
Seller: LORIE FAMILY TRUST
Seller: LORIE JORGE PABLO
TRUSTEE-
Seller: LORIE JANET ANN
TRUSTEE
QCD, $10.00, BDY NE1/4
SWl/413-12-18
Buyer: YOUNG WALTER
Seller: YOUNG CATHERINE
WD, $10.00, L3(5) FANNING
SPRINGS ANNEX
Buyer: DUNCAN KENNETH B
Seller: FINSEL JOHN E
QCD, $10.00, BDY SI/2 SW1/2
13-12-18
Buyer: YOUNG CATHERINE
Seller: YOUNG CATHERINE
Seller: YOUNG WALTER
WD, $3,000.00, L7(46) RAIN-
BOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: BUILDERS PROPERTY
GROUP LLC
Seller: FOWLER MARSHALL
Seller: BOSCHERT DEE ANN
WD, $2,500.00, L8(l 10) WIL-
LISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: ROGERS MIICHELLE
Seller: WOOD TERRI
WD, $31,000.00, L2.3(G) OAI
RIDGE ESTATES #1
Buyer: VIRGILLE CHANTAL
Buyer: VIRGILLE MERCIDIEU
Seller: PARRON NORMA ,
Seller: PARRON IVAN
WD, $3,000.00, LI 1(C) ROSE-
WOOD PARK #2
Buyer: MIRANDA DONNA
CHRISTINE
Buyer: CANNON EVELYN
Seller. SLAMMEERLINWILLIAMA
WD, $16,000.00, L20-21(65)
OAK RIDGE ESTATES
Bu er: GIBBONS JACQI.UELINE
Seller. NICHOLAS SARAH N
Seller: NICHOLAS RONALD J
WD. $'O),QQ) 0.tO.LjQi. P OAK. -L
KNOLL EST ATFS WV'H,, ,
Buyer: PRINCE SUSAN A ,
Buyer: PRINCE \\A YNET
Seller: MCNALLY RONNIE
WD, $40,000.00, L-15(B),
NOR THWOOD ESTATES
Bu\er- FRIEDNLXN JANETMNI
Bu)er: FRIEDMAN BART A
Seller: BRUCE S YAROCK INC
VWD. S I 0.00i.(0. L25 8) B&R SD H5
Bu)er DESROCHER VINEY'
Buyers DESROCHER EARL
Seller: COCCIMIGLIO JOHN
WD, $15.000.1.10. BDY S\ I 4
SWl/429-1117
Bu\er: DERRICOJANETH
Buyer DERRICOMILKO
" Seller: LORIE FAMILY TRUST.
Seller: LORIE JORGE PABLO
Seller: IORIE JANET ANN
Seller: LORI E JORGE PABLO
TRUSTEE
Seller: LORIE JANET ANN
TRUSTEE
WD, $284,900.00, L2 HAMPTON
FARMS. BDY 16-12-18.ETC
Bu)er: FRPANCAIS JAMES .JEAN
Buyer: JEAN FRANCAIS JAMES
Buyer: WILL IAM GEORGES
Seller: AMERICAN LAND
PRTNRS. INC
Seller: FL LAND PRTNRS. LLC
SSeller: NATIONAL LAND
PRTNRS. LLC ,
WD, $264,900.00, L25 HAMPTON
FARMS, BDY21-12-18, ETC
Buyer: CODNER KEBLE.
,Buyer MARAGH ANTHONY
Seller AMERICAN LAND
PRTNRS.INC
Seller FL LAND PRTNRS. LLC
. Seller NAT'L:LAND PRTNRS. LLC

WD, $250,000.00, L37 WINDING
RIVER PRSRV, BDY 20-11-16,
ETC
Buyer KQTLHAL SHIVANAND V
Buyer: KOTLHAL USHA S
Seller: AMERICAN LAND
PRTNRS. INC
Seller: FL LAND PRTNRS. LLC
Seller: NATIONAL LAND
PRTNRS. LLC
WD, $225,000,00 L25 WINDING
RIVERPRSRV, BDY 9-11-16
Buyer; CANARAN VISHVAS T
Seller: AMERICAN LAND
PRTNRS. INC


PRTNRS. LLC
WD, $3,000.00, L3(7) WILLIS-
TON HGH #12
Buyer: JEAN TIMOTHY
Buyer: GERVAIS FEDONY
Seller: PIERRE EVANIA
Seller: PIERRE WILTHER
QCD, $3,000.00, L13(53) WIL-
LISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: SAUVEUR PRIVATE
Buyer: SAUVEUR CHERLINE
Seller: JEAN TIMOTHY
WD, $3,000.00, L2(5) KING
RANCH OF FLORIDA
RANCHETTES
Buyer: JEAN JEAN R


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Seller: RHOADES MARVIN
WD, $53,000.00, BDY SE/1.4
SW1/4 32-12-19
Buyer: BARRIENTOS ANA C
Buyer: BARRIENTOS MARIO R
Seller: PARACHUTE PROP-
ERTY LLC
WD, $76,000,00 L30 CORREC-
TIVE PLAT FLORIAN HTS,
BDY 25-12-17, ETC
Buyer: ALLI MOH AMM AD F
Buyer: ALLI SANDY S
Seller: HALSALL INVEST-
MENTS INC
WD, $30,000.00, L2(66) UNI-
VERSITY OAKS
Buyer: STOICA PATRICIA
Seller: BERKLEY ROGER M
DECEASED
Seller: BERKLEY CARITA H
WD, $11,000.00, L10(20) WIL-
LISTON HGH #14
Buyer: MONTEAGUDO SUSI E
Buyer MONTEAGUDO JORGE L
Seller: WRIGHT CAROL
Seller: WRIGHT RONALD K
WD, $14,000.00, BDY NE1/4
SW1/4 29-12-17
Buyer: MAHARAJ SARAH
Buyer: MAHARAJ GERALD
Seller: DOPPLERDAVE INC
WD, $1,000.00, L13-24,37-48(102)
CEDAR KEY HTS SEC B
Buyer: BECKHAM NANCY
JUNE STOFFER
Seller DYNAMIC GROWTH INC.
QCD, $10.00, 1,6, BDY L5(9) J B
1EPPERSON ADD
Buyer: OATES VIOLA
Buyer: OATES WILLIAM
Seller: OATES WILLIAM
Seller: MARTIN GWENDOLYN
Seller: OATES LAMONICA
WD, $10.00, BDY SEl/4 NE1/4
14-12-17
Buyer: PERRY LINDA
Buyer: PERRY GLENN
Seller: ROBINSON LOUISE
Seller: ROBINSON JOHN P
WD, $25,000.00, L31(141) WIL-
LISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: ROYALTY INVE ST-
MENT ENT. CORP
Seller: CRUZ GRACIA LUIS
Seller: FIGUEROA RUIZ LUZ S
Seller: GRACIA LUIS CRUZ
Seller: RUIZ LUZ S FIGUEROA
WD, $21.000 i00. L8135) WIL- ,
LISTON HGHI G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: BROWN ARTHUR JR
Seller: BRYANT INVESTMENT
PROP. LLC .
WD, $70,000.00, L42(H) STEE-
PLECHASE FARMS
Buyer: DCD L LC
Seller: HARRIS RICHARD W JR
WD, $21,500.00, L7(13) WIL-
LISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: ROCOURT DOROTHY
Seller ORANGE LAND GRP LLC
CD., 0i-1.J 6 KIN&HILL SD ,
Bu er:,TURNB .i'UG AVRN E,
Buyer: TURN3BAUGH GENE E /
Seller ROMAN ROBERTO
CHEV RES
WD, $I. 100.000.00. BDY NW1.4
SW1 4 31.12-19, ETC <
Buyer: PARK PLACE EST LLC
Seller: RI-AINES R LARRY
Seller: ILAINES RAMA R
:\D, $40,000.00, L2, 4 ROCK-
WOOD SD
Buyer: 103 INV LLC
Seller: MOORE TERESA E
Seller: MUNDEN DANIEL R
WD, $20,000.00, Ll ROCK-
HWOOD SD
: Buyer: 103 INV LLC
Seller: SIMMONS JAMES
GREGORY
WD, $230,000.00, L16 WIND-
ING RIVER PRSRV, BDY 16-11-
16
Buyer: BREE EMELIANA C
Seller: AMERICAN LAND
PRTNRS. INC
Seller: FL LAND PRTNRS. LLC,
Seller: NATIONAL LAND
PRTNRS. LLC
WD, $2,360,000.00, L34 WINDING
RIVER PRSRV, BDY 15,22,23-11-
16,ETC .
Bu\er. JAJESSKA LC
Seller AMERIC.AN LAND
PRTNRS. INC
Seller FL LAND PRTNRS. LLC
'Seller NAT'L LAJID PRTNRS. LLC
WD, $590,000.00, L9 WINDING
RIVERPRESRV, BDY 16,21-1.1-16
Buyer: GILES A STEWART .
TRUST
Buyer: STEWART GILES A
TRUSTEE
Seller: AMERICAN LAND
PRTNRS. INC
Seller: FL LAND PRTNRS. LLC
Seller: NATIONAL LAND
PRTNRS. LLC
WD, $425,000.00, L30 WINDING
RIVERPRSRV, BDY 27-11-16 '
Buyer: PRIESCHL SHEILAD
Buyer: BROWN ROBERT G
Buyer: BROWN TRACEY M
Buyer: PRIESCHL JOHN L
Seller: AMERICAN LAND
PRTNRS. INC
Seller: FL LAND PRTNRS. LLC
Seller: NATIONAL LAND


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Seller: FRANCOIS LUCILE
Seller: FRANCOIS ULRICK
WD, $3,000.00, 1,10(92) WIL-
LISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: FLERIME ADILCA
Buyer: FLERIME RENE
Seller: GERAVIS FEDONY
WD, $3,000.00, 1.19(53) WIL-
LISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: MATHIAS MAKENSON
Seller: PIERRE EVANIA
Seller: PIERRE WILTHER
WD, $3,000.00, L5(28) WILLIS-
TON HGH #14
Buyer: MILLION ROSITA
Buyer: MILLION RAYMOND
Seller: PIERRE WILTHER
WD, $17,000 00 Ll(58) WILLIS-
TON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: ALMAZAN JACQUELINE
Seller: COLON TORRES JOEL
AMALIO
Seller: COLON TORRES LEYLA
YAMILKA
Seller: COLON TORRES NEL-
SON GUSTAVO
Seller: GAUD MILAGROS TOR-
RES
Seller: TORRES GAUD MI-
LAGROS
Seller: TORRES JOEL AMALIO
COLON
Seller: TORRES LEYLA
YAMILKA COLON
Seller: TORRES NELSON GUS-
TAVO COLON
QCD, $10.00, LI(58) WILLIS-
TON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer 182 MAIN ST RLTY CORP
Buyer: COQUERAN MICHAEL
Seller: ALMAZAN JACQUELINE
WD, $122,500.00, L10 KING
RANCH OF FLORIDA
RANCHETTES #2 ADD
Buyer: TUTKO JACQUELINE
Buyer: TUTKO LOUIS E
Seller: COLEY CARL LEE
WD, $140,000.00, BDY SW1/4
NW1/4 3-12-15, W/MH, ETC
Buyer: PEREZ EDUARDO E
Buyer: SWINDERMAN TODD D
Seller: QUINCEY CATHY M
Seller: QUINCEY SAM
Seller: WILSON CATHY
WD, $58,000.00, L 106 FOREST
PARK#3 PHASE
Buyer: RAMPERSAD MILTON
Seller: BAISDEN NANCY R
WD, $75,000.00, L106.FOREST
PARK #3 PHASE I '
Buyer RAMSACKAL DEOMATI
Buyer RAMSACKAL SATANAND
Seller: RAMPERSAD MILTON
WD, $69,000.00, BDY NEl/4
NW1/4 20-13-15, ETC
Buyer: CORBIN ARLENE.
'MARIE
Buyer: CORBIN RICHARDC
Seller ST JOHN MARCIA A
Seller: ST JOHN RONALD P
WD, $50.000.00: .L48(A). SLiU.-~
WANNEE RIVER ESTATES
Buyer- SAGE KIM
Bu'er: SAGE ROBERT
Seller. RATCLIFF GENE DELOIN'
Seller: MELBA R THOMPSON
REVOCABLE TRUST
Seller: MELBA RATCLIFF
THOMPSON TRUST
Seller: RATCLIFF LYNN
SHAFNE TRUSTEE
Seller THOMPSON MELBAR
TRUSTEE
Seller: THOMPSON WILLIAM.
WEST SR TRUSTEE
Seller LOVVORN CFLARLES TJR
Seller: LOVVORN PATSY L
Seller. MARCONYAK WANDA
KAY

CT, $10.00, 38-05-CA-15, L17-
18110) SUWANNEE RI-ER HGH.
WMH .
Buyer: WELLS FARGO HOME
MORTGAGE INC
Buyer WELLS FARGO BANKNA
Seller: MELTON CHARLESB
Seller: CLERK OF COURT,
DANNY J SHIPP ;
WD, $67.500.00. LEGAL DE-
SCRIPTION NOT LEVY COUNTY
Buyer: SULLIVAN MICHAEL P
Seller: BENSON GREGORY W
D. $223.809.00. MINERAL &
ROYALTY DEED, BDY
25,35,36-13-12, ETC
Buyer: PLUM CREEK TIMBER-"
LANDSLP
Seller: AMBRECHT CLARA L
Seller AMBRECHT CONRAD P H
Seller AMBRECHT WILLIAM H III
Seller: AMSQUTH BANKNA
TRUSTEE
Seller: AMSOUTH BANK
TRUSTEE
Seller BAUKNIGHT JOHANNAH A
Seller: BROWN KATHERINE A
Seller: BRU ANNA BELL A
Seller:. DUNAWAY LUCILE A
Seller: FIRST NATIONAL
BANK OF MOBILE TRUSTEE
Seller: HENSON HARRY .D
Seller: LAMBERT SUSAN P
Seller: MCINNIS LLC
Seller: PATERSON ELLA M AE
DECEASED
Seller: PATERSON PATTY H
DECEASED


Seller PATERSON WILLIAM B mI
Seller: PATERSON WILLIAM B
JR DECEASED
Seller: PATTERSON WILLIAM
B III TRUSTEE
WD, $10.00, L24(E) ROSE-
WOOD PARK #1
Buyer: BECKHAM APRIL
Seller: HATHCOX APRIL
Seller: HATHCOX JAMES W
WD, $10.00, LI(E) ROSEWOOD
PARK #1
Buyer: BECKHAM APRIL
Seller: ALLEN JO ANNE
WD, $19,000.00, BDY SW1/4
NEl/4 3.12-17, ETC,


LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


Buyer: M & S HOMES & PROP.
Seller: DE MORAN JUST
VILLEGAS
Seller: VAZQUEZ JOSE ANGEL
MORAN DECEASED
WD, $36,000.00, BDY SE1/4
SW1/4 32-11-15, ETC
Buyer: M E MCDOUGAL INC
Seller: FIRST BANK NA-
TIONAL ASSOC. TRUST
Seller: U S BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION TRUSTEE
WD, $3,000.00, BDY L64
WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER
PARK EST, BDY 1-17-16, ETC
Buyer. LAMOREAUX ROBERTA
Seller MOREL.AND MARY
JANICE
Seller: MORELAND GEORGE
WD, $2,800.00, L14(10) BRON-
SON HTS SD
Buyer: CARSON LORETTA
Seller: HOUSE DONNA
Seller: HOUSE ROBERT
WD, $12,000.00, LI 1(55) WIL-
LISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: LORD VENTURA
Buyer: LORD DAVID
Seller: SANCHEZ MARION
Seller: SANCHEZ NICOLAS
WD, $12,000.00, L10(55) WIL,
LISTEN HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: LORD VENTURA
Buyer: LORD DAVID
Seller: SANCHEZ MARION
Seller: SANCHEZ NICOLAS
WD, $192,500.00, L28(3)
SHERWOOD FOREST
Buyer: GORDON JOSEPHINE
Buyer: GORDON FRANK J
Seller: BURNS CURTIS D
Seller: BURNS KATHERINE
WD, $9,000.00, L2(C) GLEA-
SONS TRAILER VILLAGE
Buyer: D.AI L E)Y LAUREN J
Buyer: DAILEY ROBERT L
Seller: MCCLAIN MARGARET
ANN
WD, $17,000.00, L18(1.26) WIL-.
LISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: EDOUARD EVELYN
BuN er: EDOUARD AUGUSTE D
Selier: SAUVEUR BRONZE SAINT
Seller LOUIS MIREILLE PIERRE
WD, $7.200.00, L8t 181 OCALA
HG.H WEST
Buyer: GREENSPAN PERRY H
Seller: WALLACE KENTWEISS
& CAROL ANN \WEISS TRLIST
Seller: WET SS CAROL ANN
TRUSTEE
Seller: WEISS WALLACE KENT
'TRUSTEE -
WD, $250,000.00, L18(4)AF "
KNOTTS LAND CO'S. 1ST SD
Buyer: HOMRICH GEORGE
Seller: PORTER RANDALL
QCD, $100.00, LI (1) CORREC-
TIVE PLAT OAK FOREST EST
Buyer: STEVE SMITH CON-
STRLCTION FNC
Seller- SMITH KAREN C
Sellei: SMITH BERRY
Seller: SMITH -JEWELL
Seller: SMITH STEVE
QCD, $100.00, L12(1) CORREC-
TIVE PLAT OAK FOREST EST
Bu.er STEVE SMITH CON-
STRUCTION INC
Seller: SMITH KAREN C
Seller: SMITH BERRY
Seller. SMITH JE\\ELL
Seller: SMITH STEVE
QCD. $100.00. L32(1) CORREC-
TIVE PLAT OAK FOREST EST
Buyer: STEVE SMITH CON-
STRUCTION INC
Seller: SMITH KAREN C
Seller: SMITH BERRY
Seller: SMITH JEWELL .
Seller: SMITH STEVE'
SQCD, $00.00. L33 i I CORREC-,
TIVEPLAT OAK FOREST EST
Buyer: STEVE SMITH CON-
STRLICTION INC
Seller SMITH KAREN C
Seller: SMITH BERRY
'Seller: SMITH JEWELL
Seller: SMITH STEVE
WD, $12,000.00, L14(10)
BRONSON HTS SD
Buyer: GARDNER AV
Buyer: GARDNER PANSY
Seller: CARSON LORETTA
WD, $18,900.00, BDY L5(D)
SUWANNEE RIVER FARMS,
W/MH, ETC
Buyer: FITZGERALD RAY
Seller: LIPHART BILLIE JEAN
Seller: LIPHART RONALD L
WD, $14,800.00, L3(2) PARA-
DISE HAVEN
Buye OSPINA MARIA ALCIRA
Seller MATOS HEL SON
WD, $82,000.00. BDY SW1/427-
11-14, ETC
Buyer: WALTHER KAREN
Buyer: WALTHER SCOTT
Seller: MCELROY MICHELLE B
Seller: MCELROY C MILES
WD, $175,500.00, L5 MOORE
ACRES ,
Buyer: SHORT SUSAN W
Buyer: SHORT DONALD A
Seller: BRINKMAN KAREN M
Seller: BRINKNLAN JOE N .
WD, $34,500.00, L6 MOORE
ACRES


Buyer: SHORT SUSAN W
Buyer: SHORT DONALD A
Seller: BRINKMAN KAREN NI
Seller: BRINKMAN JOE N
WD, $50.000.0 L16(3) LEWIS
RUNNELS WEST COASTSD,
W/MH
Buyer: ROLLER STACEY A
Buyer: ROLLER SCOTT F
Seller: RAMOS CARLOS
QCD, $1,500.00, L5(F) RIVER-
SIDE SD #3
Buyer: OGDEN PATRICIA
Buyer: OGDEN HARRY T
' Seller: EVELETH TANDY L
Seller: EVELETH SHAUN P


Page Five


Levy GOP To Meet

July 18 In Chiefland


The Levy County
Republican Executive
Committee will hold their
monthly meeting on
Monday, July 18th at Bell's
Restaurant in Chiefland,
starting with a Dutch treat
dinner and fellowship at'
6:30, followed by the REC
meeting at 7:00 p.m. Now is
the time to join forces with
other Levy County
Republicans and get
involved. Also, if you are a
Republican Hispanic or a
Veteran we have some
exciting news to share with
you, so please attend or-
contact Don at 490-7924.
Did you see our red "Proud
to be a Levy County
Republican" shirts in the
parades in Chiefland and
Williston? Boy did we have
fun giving out over 200
pounds of Tootsie Rolls
and saw a lot of young and,
older smiling faces.
This year's Reagan


Memorial Banquet will be
held on Saturday, July 23rd at
the Tommy Usher Center in
Chiefland should be the best
we have ever had in Levy
County. Our Keynote
Speaker will be Tom
Gallagher, Florida's Chief
Financial Officer. Also
joining us will be Florida'
House Representative, Larry
Cretul and a few other
special guests; I don't want
to let the cat out of the bag.
Tickets are going fast and
with limited seating we
recommend you purchase
tickets ($12.50) by calling
Joe at 528-2688 (Williston),
C.W. at 486-2731 (Bronson),
Nancy at' 486-0036
(Morriston), Edith at 447-
2622 (Inglis/Yankeetown) or
Pat at 543-8034 (Cedar Key).
If you are interested in
advertising in our program,
please contact anyone above
for information.


National Wildlife Refuge

Presents Local Counties

With Checks,


Lower Suwannee and Ce-
dar Keys National Wildlife
Refuge Ma'nager 'Kathy
Whaley presented a check for
$92,673 to Levy County Co-
ordinator Fred Moody. on
Tuesday June 28th at the
Refuge Headquarters- near
Fowlers Bluff. A check for
$86.197 was presented to Fi-
nance Officer Cindy Day of
Dixie County on July 1. This,
was an increase from 2003
checks that \\ere $21.982 and
$23,543, respectively.
These checks represent
funds the U.S. Fish and
Wildlife Service regularly
presents to countiesin which
there, are; refu e properties.
they have been presented an-,
niually since the Refuge
Revenue Sharing Act \\as
enacted in 1978. The U.S.
Fish and Wildlife Service is

WD, $25,501100 L l Di OAK
GROVE ESTATES
Buy er: REES SONYA G.
Bu\er: REES WILLIAMK K
Seller. \VH1TTED LEE MARY'
Seller: WHITTED JAMES D
WD, $79.000 00, LI2 FOREST
PARK,#2, W/MH
Buyer: PHELPS MARY K.AY
Buyer: PHELPS WALTER J:,
Seller: RAlMSEY STERLING
Seller: SMOAK ANTHONY'
WD, $10,000.00, L34 122i .IL-,
LISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Bumer: EMMER RYAN
Seller: ROSADO CINDY
Seller. ROSADO HECTOR
WD. $13.000.00. L4-5(689 OA K.
RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer: EMMER RYAN
Seller MONROE JEFFERY
WD, $42.000.00. L8 THE OAKS
Buyer: TEW RICHARD WILLIAM
Seller BEAUCHAMP R LUTHER
Seller: HENDERSON H CJR
WD, $42,000.00, L9(A) FANN IN
FOREST
Buyer: RODGERS SHERI. ,
Bu\er: RODGERS RAYMOND
Seller: COOK LOIS
WD, $8,800.00, LI 1(22) OCALA
HGH WEST
Buyer: GREENSPAN PE RRY H
Seller: PETITT GERALDINE A .
Seller: PETITT NMALCOLM
%V DiM. $63.566.14 BDY NW1/4
SEI 4 26-13-15.W VMHI
Buyer: MEEKS RUSSELL S JR
Seller: HYSLOP KATHERINE B
DECEASED .
Seller: HYSLOP WAYNE G
WD, $25,000.00, Ll(3) CHIEF-,
LAND COUNTRY ESTATES
Buyer: DORTCH BETTY G
Seller; GREENWOOD OF
CHIEFL.AND INC
WD, $154,000.00, BDY 19, 20-
13-15, ETC
Buyer: KRANZ TODD D
Seller: ST JOHN MARCIA A.
Seller: ST JOHN RONALD P
,WD, $24,500.00, L56(30) RAIN-
BOW LAKES EST SEC N :
Buyer: BARONE PELLEGRINO
Seller: DIAS JANET D
WD, $25,000.00, BDY SEI/4
NWI/4 19-11-17
Buyer: MUIR IKARREN
Seller: DOPPLERDAVE INC
WD, $13,500:00, LI 8(43) WIL-
LISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: ALBRECHT HOLLY
KAPLAN
Buyer: ALBRECHT PHILLIP
Seller: BREAKTHRU PROP. INC


the only federally-owned
land management agency
that makes such a donation in
lieu of taxes to the county.
Amounts of the checks
vary annually and are based
on a computation method
which takes into account the
fair market alue of the acre-
age owned by the Service
within the county, or the total
amount of funds the Service
collects from activities such
as timber management on
that land, whichever is
greater. During 2004. Lower
Suwannee Refuge sold slash
pines inherited by the Refuge
upon its establishment in
1979., Thinniug .andrestorg-.
tion to native plant commu-
nities. including long leaf
pine and wiregrass, will cre-
ate habitat that was originally
found on' the Refuge prior to
planting for timber produc-.
tion by private industry.
Refuge Reyenue Sharing
funds are generated at the
national le\el from offshore'
and land oil and gas leases,.
timber and gravel sales, and
grazing rights. "The amount
generated frequently does not
meet the amount due under.
the criteria procedure."
Whale) explains, "but Con-
gress often authorzes and
appropriates additional funds
to help fill the gap." This
year's contribution, which.
represents fiscal year 2004,
enables the. Service to con-
tribute approximately 41 per-
cent of the total entitlement.
Lower Suwannee NWR
was established' in 1979 to
protect one of the largest un-
developed rnivr-delta -estua-
rine systems in the United
States. The constant influx
of nutrients from the river'.
combined, with numerous
off-shore. islands and tidal
creeks creates excellent"
wildlife habitat. Swallow-
tailed kites, bald eagles. West
Indian manatees. Gulf stur-
geon, w hitetailed deer, and
eastern wild turkeys are but a
few of the wildlife species
that inhabit 'the Refuge.
Natural salt marshes, tidal
flats, bottomland hardwood
swamps, and pine forests
provide habitat for thousands
of creatures both large and
small. The Refuge ,offers
recreational and. educational
opportunities for everyone.
Bird and wildlife observa-
tion, wildlife photography,
fishing, canoeing, hunting,
and interpretive walks .are all
available.
"We are always pleased
when we can make 'contribu-
tions to Levy and Dixie,
counties," Whaley said.
"The refuges are beautiful
and serene places within the
counties that provide large
areas for conservation, pro-
tection, and enhancement of
the native plant and animal
communities. We can


Back row, left to right, is Shyricca Bowers and Kadijah Bowers of Chiefland, Emily Cochran_
of Eustis, Kim Levitzke of Chiefland, and Megan Whitehurst of Williston. Front row, left to
right, is Tiffany Dubaj of Dunnellon, Dalas Carter of Chiefland, Morgan Gravely of
Newberry and Malorie Whitehurst of Williston.


Levy County 4-H Beginner's

Sewing Camp Held


Levy County 4-H Begin-
ner's Sewing Camp was
held June 6-10, 2005,, at the
Levy County Extension Of-
fice, in Bronson, Florida.
Pictured above are the 9
participants wearing :the
outfits that they made dur-
intg camp. Back.row, left to
right, ,is Shyricca Bowers
and Kadijah Bowers of
Chiefland, Emily Cochran
of Eustis, Kim Levitzke of
Chiefland. and Megan
Whitehurst of \Villiston.
Front row, left to right, is
Tiffany Dubaj of Dunnel-
lon, Dalas ,Carter of Chief-
'land, Morgan Gravely of
Newberry, and Malorie
Whitehurst of Williston.
These 9 young ladies par-
ticipated in a week long be-,
ginner's sewing, ,camp.
They made a -pair of-shorts.
decorated a coordinating t-
shirt and made a matching
purse and 'hair scrunchie. In
addition to those items, they,
made several crafts .during
the week.' They also made
their own health) snacks
and lunches.
One of the highlights of
the class was that the\ vis-
ited Winnelle Home at the
Levy County 'Quilt Mu-
seum. Mrs. Home taught
the young ladies to quilt a


"maintain protection for wild-
life and. at the same time,
provide a special place for
local residents and visitors to
spend time. We inx ite ever% -
one who has seen the refuges
to come visit often. To those
N\ ho have -not yet taken the
opportunity to visit either
Lower Suwannee or Cedar
Keys Refuge, we extend a
warm invitation to come for
a visit," Whaley concluded.
For the past 100 years,
America's National Wildlife
Refuge System has protected
hundreds of wild species, in-.
cluding our national symbol.,
the bald eagle. As the Na-'
tional Wildlife Refuge Sys-
tem enters its second century.
it comprises nearly 100 mil-
lion acres, protecting more
than 540 refuges and thou-
sands of small prairie wet-
lands.
National Wildlife Refuges
provide unparalleled outdoor
activities, including fishing,
hunting, environmental edu-
cation, wildlife observation,
and photography, making
them special places for all
Americans to connect with
nature. Many refuges also
offer opportunities for nature
hikes, bird tours, wildlife
drives and other activities.
There are wildlife refuges in
every state, and at least one
within an hour's drive of
most major cities.
For more information
about National Wildlife Ref-
uges visit www.fws.gyo or
contact Lower Suwannee
NWR at (352) 493-0238,


small pillow top and then
she made it into a pillow for
each one of them that very
afternoon. Mrs. Home is,
also a member of the' Cur-
ryville HCE Club. ..
Another highlight was
Caroline Norton of the
Chiefland HCE Club teach-
ing the young ladies about,
painting. They all painted

their interpretation of a
monochromatic painting of
moonlight and palm trees.
She was assisted by Marge
Norton of the Chiefland
HCE Club.
On Friday, the campers
presented a fashion revue,
and reception for their par-
ents, grandparents and other
friends. The) had made
cookies for the reception the
da\ before. ,>'. They also
showed off what the- had
made during the entire
\eek. Each camper was
presented with a Certificate
of Completion at the end of
the class.
Teaching the sewing class
was Muriel Turner, Family
and Consumer Agent for'
Levy County Extension.
Linda Cochran of the Cur-
nr-ille HCE Club was the.
assistant teacher anid also
taught many of the other ac-


tivities. Marie Hatch and
Kim Harvey of the Levy
County Family Nutrition
Program assisted with the
snacks, lunches and other
activities.
The, Beginning Sewing
Camp was just one of the
many 4-H Day Camps
scheduled throughout the
summer at Levy County Ex-
tension Office. For more
information about this or
any 4-H program, please
call our office at 486-5131.
Levy County 4-H and Ex-
tension is an Equal Em-
ployment Opportunity Af-
firmative Action Employer
authorized to provide, re-
search, educational informa-
tion and other services only.
to individuals and institu-
tions that function without
regard to race, color, -sex,
age, disability or national
origin. U.S. Department of
Agriculture, Cooperative
Extension Service, Univer-
sity of Florida, IFAS, Flor-
ida A & M Uninkersitm Co-
operative Extension Pro-
gram. and Boards of County
Commissioners Cooperat-


ing.
Submitted by
Turner, Extension
FCS/4-H..


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Page Six


Legals


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 2005-CA-000289
DIVISION

SUNTRUST BANK,
Plaintiff,

vs.
WAYNE H. MOORE A/K/A'
WAYNE H. MOORE, JR., et al;
Defendantss.

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to Final Judgment of
Mortgage Foreclosure dated June
27, 2005 and entered in Civil
Case NO. 2005-CA-000289 of
the Circuit Court of the EIGHTH
Judicial Circuit in and for LEVY
County, Florida wherein SUN-
TRUST BANK, is the Plaintiff
and WAYNE H. MOORE
A/K/A WAYNE H. MOORE,
JR.; TENANT #1 N/K/A
BRANDI SPURLING; TENANT
#2 N/K/A ROBERT WILLIAM-
SON are the Defendants, I will
sell to the highest and best bidder
for cash at MAIN LOBBY OF
THE LEVY COUNTY COURT-
HOUSE AT 11:00AM, ON THE
25th day of July, 2005, the fol-
lowing described property as set
forth in said Final Judgment:
LOT 29, CASON'S INGLIS
ACRES, UNIT 4, ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 4,
PAGE 44, PUBLIC RECORDS
OF LEVY COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA, TOGETHER WITH THAT
CERTAIN MOBILE HOME
LOCATED THEREON, DE-
SCRIBED AS A 1988 RIVIERA
WITH SERIAL NUMBERS
GDWVGA118843144A AND
GDWVGA 18843144B.


A/K/A 135
Inglis, FL 34449


Sandi Street,


WITNESS MY HAND and the
seal of this Court on June 27,
2005.

Danny J. Shipp
Clerk of the Circuit Court
.. '.3A ., -; B) =,Giien MeElroj
Deputy Clerk
Echevarria & Associates, P.A.
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
F05007580
SUNTRUST -FNMA.- R dna-
than
Pub: July 7, 14,2005

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NO. 38-2005CA-000483

RONALD KEITH WRIGHT,
Plaintiff,

vs.
ROBERT 0. -JACKSON, his
unknown heirs, devisees, grantees,
creditors, and all other' Parties
claiming by, through, under or
against him, JOHN DOE, JANE
DOE AND ANY KNOWN OR
UNKNOWN TENANTS,
Defendants

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO:ROBERT 0. JACKSON
6331 NE 119th TERRACE
WILLISTON, FL. 32696

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
Complaint to Foreclose as to the.
following described lands in Levy
County, Florida:

Tract 506,' UNIVERSITY
SSTeATES, more particularly
described as follows: The S of
the SW '/4 of the SW of the SE
/4 of the SE /4 of Section 12,
Township 12 South, Range 17
East, Levy County, Florida.
TAX PARCEL ID#03400-257-
00
AND
Tract .505, UNIVERSITY
ESTATES, more particularly
described as follows: The N '/2 of
the SW /4 of the SW '/ of the SE
1/4 of the SE /4 of Section 12,
Township 12 South, Range 17
East, Levy County, Florida.
TAX PARCEL ID# 03400-257-'
OA

A lawsuit has been filed against
you and you are required to serve
a copy of your written defenses, if
any, on RONALD W. STEVENS,
Plaintiffs attorney, whose address
is Post Office Box 1444, Bronson,
FL 32621, on or before August 19,
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.


LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


JULY 14, 2005


Free Storm Preparation

____________________________Tools Available For Boaters


WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this Court on July 5, 2005.

Danny J. Shipp
Clerk of Court

By: Gwen McElroy
Deputy Clerk

Pub: July 14, 21, 2005

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

Case No. 38-2005-CA-000476

STEVEN K. ARNOLD,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DARLENE M. SCHIPPER and
JOHN A. SCHIPPER,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION

To: DARLENE M. SCHIPPER
1381 Kildaire Farm Road #310
Cary, NC 27511
JOHN A. SCHIPPER
Address Unknown

AS WELL AS any and all other
parties claiming by, through, un-
der, or against DARLENE M.
SCHIPPER or JOHN A. SCHIP-
PER, or their respective heirs,
administrators 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 follow-
ing property in Levy County, Flor-
ida, to-wit:
Lot 7, Block A.-CASON'S,
INGLIS ACRES UNIT NO. 8,
according to the plat thereof.re-
corded in Plat Book 4, Page 48,
public records of Levy County,
Florida. Section 35, Township 16
South, Range 16 East.
(Parcel No. 13015-001-00)

has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. if any, io it
on CHARLOTTE J. WEIDNER,
PlaintiTffs artorneN, whose address
is Post Office Box 1354, Bronson,
Florida 32621. on or before Au-
gust 12. 2005 and file'the original.
with the (&rk of'tl dWr ,mr
before service on Plaintiff's attor-
ney or immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will be entered
against, you for the relief de-
manded in the Complaint or peti-
tion.
Dated this 27th day, of June
2005. .
Danny J. Shipp
Clerk of the Court

B,: G%\en McElroy
Deputy Clerk

Pub: June 30, July 7, 14, 21, 2005

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

CASE NUMBER: 38-2005;CA-
000539

ROSA HUNTER AND'
ANTHONY HUNTER
Plaintiffs,
VS
ROSE ELLEN AVELAR AND
IRENE E. AVELAR Together
With their heirs, should theN be
deceased, and any natural
unknown persons 'who might be
the unknown spouse, heirs,
devisees, grantees, creditors, or
other parties claiming by, through,
under or against the above named
defendants n .+
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
To: ROSE ELLEN
AVELAR AND IRENE
E. AVELAR
You hereby are notified that a
complaint to Quiet Title was filed
in this court on June' 16, 2005.
You are requiredto serve a copy
of your written defenses, if. any, on
the petitioner's attorney, whose
name and address is: Sherea-Ann
Ferrer, 201 North Dollins Ave
Orlando Florida 32805, and file an
original with the clerk of this court
on or before July 29, 2005.
Otherwise, a judgment may be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the petition. Property
Description: Rainbow Lakes
Estates Block 17 Lot 27, Section
N Section 24 Township 15 South,
and Range 17 East. Parcel
#068-143-01u-00 according to the


plat thereof recorded in Plat Book
3 page 27 public records of Levy
County Florida.
WITNESS my hand and seal on
June 16, 2005 D J. Sh
Danny J. Shipp
Clerk of the Court
By: Gwen McElroy
S Deputy Clerk,
(COURT SEAL)
Pub- June 23, 30, July 7, 14, 2,005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR LEVY COUNTY
FLORIDA.
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 2005-CP-100
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ROBERT FORBES TAFT JR.
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the estate
of Robert Forbes Taft Jr. de-
ceased, File Number 2005-CP-
100, is pending in the Circuit
Court for Levy County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of
which P.O. Box 610, Bronson, FL
32621. The names and addresses
of the personal representative and
the personal representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate,
including unmatured, contingent
or unliquidated claims, on whom a
cop) of this notice is served must
file their claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
VICE 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 un-
matured, contingent or unliqui-
dated claims, must file their claims
with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE'
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED`
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.

The date of first publication of
this Notice is Ju IN 7,2005.
Personal Representative:
JOANNE TAFT KEMPER
c/o 452 Pleasant Grove Rd.
Inverness, FL'34452
(352) 726-0901

Attorney for Personal Representa-
tive:
,MARIE T. BLUME
Attorney.
Florida Bar No. 0493181
Haag. Friedrich & Blume,,P.A. ,
452PleasantGro'e Rd.
lnemrness. EL 34452 .
Phone Nbo. (35 2) 26-091 -
Pub: July 7, 14, 2005

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
LEVY COUNTY. FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 38-2005-CA-162

WELLS FARGO BANK, NA
Successor b\ Merger to WELLS
FARGO HOME MORTGAGE,
INC., .
SPlaintiff, .

vs.
BETHANY D. SWOGGER, et
al-
Defendant's').
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final' Judgment of
Mortgage Foreclosure dated June
27, 2005 and entered in Case NO.
38-2005-CA-162 of the Circuit
Court of the EIGHTH Judicial
Circuit in and for LEVY County,
Florida wherein WELLS FARGO
BANK, NA Successor by Merger
to WELLS FARGO HOME
MORTGAGE, INC., is the Plain-
tiff and BETHANY D. SWOG-
GER; are the Defendants, I will
sell to the highest and best bidder.
. for cash at.MAIN LOBBY OF..
THE LEVY COUNTY
. COURTHOUSE AT 11:00AM.
Son the 25th da\ of July. 2005. the
Following described property as
set forth in said Final Judgment
SLOTS 22. AND 54, CASON'S
INGLIS ACRES, UNIT NUM-
BER 4, ACCORDING TO THE
MAP OR PLAT THEREOF AS.
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 4,
PAGE 44, PUBLIC RECORDS
OF LEVY COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA.
TOGETHER WITH THAT
CERTAIN 2004 CYPR MOBILE
HOME BEARING ID#
GMHGA4180330302A AND ID #
GMHGA4f80330302B.
A/K/A 226 NEELD STREET,'
INGLIS, FL 34449
WITNESS MY HAND anid the
seal of this Court on June 27,
2005.'


Danny J. Shipp
Clerk filthe Ci iiit Court
By: Gwen Mdcalro
Deputy Clerk
Echevarria & Associates. P.A,
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
P05001661
EMC-CONV-1BbIsakont
Pub: July 7, 14, 200j


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR LEVY
COUNTY,
JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NO: 38-2003-DP-0005
IN THE INTEREST OF:
J.J. (M) DOB: 11/22/01
D.J. (M) DOB: 06/17/03
Minor Children
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR
TERMINATION OF
PARENTAL RIGHTS AND
PLACEMENT FOR
ADOPTION

THE STATE OF FLORIDA
To: Juan Riveraf Jr.
Address unknown
You are hereby notified that a
petition under oath has been filed
in the above-styled Court for the'
termination of your parental rights
to J.J., a male child born
November 22, '2001, in Duval
County, Florida. and for
permanent commitment of the
child to the Department of
Children and Family Services for
subsequent adoption. You are:
hereby commanded to be and
appear, before, the HONORABLE
MAURICE GIUNTA, JUDGE OF
THE CIRCUIT COURT, at the
Levy County Courthouse,
Bronson, Florida, on the 5th day of
August, 2005, at 9:15 a.m. for an
Advisory Hearing.
FAILURE TO PERSONALLY
APPEAR AT THIS ADVISORY
HEARING CONSTITUTES
CONSENT TO THE
TERMINATION OF PARENTAL
RIGHTS OF THIS CHILD. IF
YOU FAIL TO APPEAR ON
THE DATE AND TIME
SPECIFIED, YOU MAY LOSE
ALL LEGAL RIGHTS AS A
PARENT TO THE NAMED
CHILD.
YOU ARE 'ENTITLED TO
HAVE AN 'ATTORNEY
REPRESENT YOU IN THIS
MATTER. IF YOU. WANT AN
ATTORNEY BUT ARE UNABLE
TO AFFORD ONE, THE COURT
1 ILL APPONI AN ATTORNEY
TO REPRESENT YOU.
This notice shall be published
once a week' for four (4),
consecutive weeks in the'Levy
County Journal 'at! Bronson;
Florida- i.

of said Court 'and the Seal
therefore, this 3Oth. day of June,
.2005.
DANNY SHIPP
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(COURT SEAL)
S'By: Judy Marion
Deputy Clerk
GRACE CASAS. ESQUIRE
Florida Bar Number: 071883 I
Child Welfare Legal Services
Post Office Bo.x 356
Trenton, FL 32693
Pub: July 14, 21, 28,
August 4, 2005

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR LEVY
COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. 38-2005-CA-0577
LEON DUi3OURT. also kno%,n as
LEON DUBORT.
Plaintiff. ,
vs.
M. A: FISHER SAMSON,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION,

To: M. A. FISHER SAMSON
'Address Unknown,
AS. WELL AS any and all
other parties claiming by, through,,
:under, or against M. A. FISHER
* SAMSON, or her heirs,
administrators and assigns, as well
S.as all parties having or claiming to
haxe any rightL 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:

Lot 11, Block, 26 of OCALA
HIGHLANDS WEST, according
to the Plat thereof recorded in Plat
Book 4, Pages 16, 16A through
16D, public records of Levy
County. Florida.
(Parcel No. 09631-009-00).

has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on CHARLOTTE J. WEIDNER,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose address
is Post Office Box 1354, Bronson,


Florida 32621, on or before
August 19, 2005 and file the
original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on
Plaintiff's anome'. or immediately
thereafter; other ise a default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the Complaint
"i, tilition.

Dated this 5th day of July 2005.


DANNY J. SHIPP
Clerk of Court


By: Gwen McElroy
Deputy Clerk
COURT SEAL

Pub: July 14, 21, 28,
August 4, 2005

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Dottie Osteen d/b/a Rebel Mini-
Storage, pursuant to the provisions
of the Florida Self Storage Facility,
Act (Fla. Stat. 83.801 et section.)
hereby gives notice of sale under
said Act, to-wit: On July 26, 2005,
at Rebel Mini-Storage, 7390 SW
State Road 24, Levy County, Flor-
ida, Dottie Osteen or her agent will
conduct a sale at 10:00 AM by
sealed bids to the highest bidder.
bids will be'open by noon with
viewing from 9:30 AM until noon
for the contents of the storage bay
or bays, rented by the following
person/persons:
James Funk
10450 SW 60th Street ,
Cedar Key, FL 32625
Karen Al
P.O. Box 591
Cedar Key, FL 32625
Consists of household, personal
items or miscellaneous, stored at
Rebel Mini-Storage, 7390 SW State
Road 24, Levy County, Florida.
Sale, is being made to satisfy a
statutory lien.
Dated July 11, 2005
Rebel Mini-Storage
c/o Pelican Realty.
Dons Hellermann. Broker
PO Box 117
Cedar Key, Florida 32625,
Pub. July 14, 21, 2005b.

NOTICE OF ADOPTION Of
RESOLUTION
VACATING PUBLIC ROAD
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS OF LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA. ai its regular
scheduled meeting on Jul1 5. 2005.
%acated. abandoned and closed the
following described roadways:
those portions ofKendal, Madison.
Dillard, Stuart and Paxton Streets,
in Midway Heights, a subdivision
recorded in Plat Book 3, Page 3, of
the public records of Levy County,
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boundary of Orleans Street to the
West boundary line of Section 11,
Township 14 South. Range 17 East,
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TT TT-V 14-9?,on5


LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


Page Seven


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

CASE NO. 38-2005-CA-048

RICHARD DASS,
Plaintiff,

vs.
ARLENE A GILLESPIE a/k/a
ARLENE A. ROSSI, DE-
CEASED, JOHN DOE, JANE
DOE OR.ANY KNOWN OR
UNKNOWN TENANTS IN
POSSESSION, and all unknown
parties claiming, by through un-
der or against the named Defen-
dants, whether living or not, and
whether said unknown parties
claim as heirs, devisees, grantees,
assignees, lienors, creditors, trus-
tees, or in any other capacity
claiming by, through, under or.
against the named Defendants.
Defendants.

NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that pursuant to a Final Judgment
of Foreclosure. dated June 27,
2005, Case No. 38-2005-CA-048
of the Circuit Court of Levy
County, Florida in which RICH-
ARD DASS is the Plaintiff, and
ARLENE. A 'GILLESPIE a/k/a
ARLENE A. ROSSI, DE-
CEASED, JOHN DOE, JANE
DOE OR ANY KNOWN OR
UNKNOWN TENANTS IN
POSSESSION, are the Defen-
dants, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash in the
lobby at the Front Door of the
Levy County Courthouse, in
Bronson, Florida. at 11:00 A.M.
on the 25th day of July 2005, the
following descnbed property set
forth in the Order of Final Judg-
ment.
Those lands as described in
Exhibit "A" attached hereto and
made a part hereof by reference.
Commence at the' Southeast
comer of SECTION 24, TOWN-
SHIP 15 SOUTH, RANGE, 17
East, as a Point of Reference,
thence run North 8946'56" West
3193.00 feet along the South line
of Section 24, Township '15
South. Range 17 East to the Point'
of Beginning of this description:
(1) Continue North 8946"56"
West 354.76 feet afong the above
South line of Section 24: (2)
Thence North 0 04'41" East
1025.62 feet to the North line of
the South of the above said
Section 24; (3) thence South
S80"'45'36" East 355 23 feet along
the above said North line: (41
Thence South 0"05'51" West
1325.49 feet to the Point of Be-
ginning to close. "Containing '
10.80 acres in Levy County, Flor-
ida. .
LESS the South 50 feet for
Road and Utilih purposes.
SUBJECT TO Declaration of
Easement as contained in docu-
ment filed September 26, 1983,
and recorded in O.R. Book 216,
'Page 111, .Public Records of
Levy County, FL
EXHIBIT, "A" .
,TAX PARCEL #24-15-17-
03808-009-00
D'ATED this 271h day of June,
2005.
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
DANNY J. SHIPP
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
by: GwenMNcElroN
Deputy Clerk
Pub: July 7,14, 2005

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

CASE NO- 38-2005-CA-322

MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS,
INC., as Nominee for Novastar
Mortgage,,nc., ,
S Plaintiff, ..

vs. .
MICHAEL DEFILIPPO,
MELISSA DEFILIPPO, UN-


KNOWN TENANTS) IN POS-
SESSION #1 and #2, et. al.,
Defendantss.

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Summary
Judgment of Foreclosure dated
June 27, 2005. entered in Civil
Case No.: 38-2005-CA-322 of
the Circuit Court of the Eighth
Judicial Circuit in and for Levy
County, Florida, wherein
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS,
INC., as Nominee for Novastar
Mortgage, Inc., Plaintiff, and
MICHAEL DEFILIPPO,
MELISSA DEFILIPPO, UN-
KNOWN TENANTS) IN POS-
SESSION #1 and #2, et. al., are.
Defendants.
I will sell to the highest bidder
for cash in the main lobby of the
Levy County Courthouse, 355
South Court Street, Bronson, FL
32621, at 11:00 a.m., on the 29th
day of August, 2005, the follow-
ing described real property as set
forth in said Final Summary
Judgment, to wit:
LOT 7, BLOCK 30, WILLIS-
TON HIGHLANDS UNIT 7,
ACCORDING TO THE MAP
OR PLAT THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK 4,
PAGES 4 THROUGH 4C, PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA.

WITNESS my hand and the seal
of the court on June 27, 2005.

DANNY J. SHIPP
CLERK OF THE COURT
By: Gwen McElroy
Depun Clerk
(COURT SEAL)
Anome\ for Plaintiff:
Brian L. Rosaler. Esquire
Popkin & Rosaler, P.A.
i0Fairway Drive
Suite 302
Deerfield Beach, FL 33441
Telephone 1954) 360-9030 '
Facsimile: (954)-420-5187
Published in: Levy County
Journal on July 7, 14, 21, 2005,
Pub:J.lul. 7, 14, 2005

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE 8TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
LEVY COtiNTI, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 38-2005-CA 363
DEUTSCHE BANK NATION Al
TRL'Si CON MANY. AS CLi.--
TOD1AN OR TRUSTEE F'K A
BANKERS TRUST COMPANY,
OF C ALIFORNIA. N.A..
Plaintiff,

vs.
DIANA HURST A/K/A DIANA
L. DEBLISK: PERKINS STATE
BANK: UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF DIANA HURST. A/K/A
DIANA L. DEBUSK; JOHN
DOE; JANE DOE AS UN-
KNOWN TENANT (S i IN POS-
SESSION OF THE SUBJECT
PROPERTY
Defendants.

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated the 6 day of
.lul\. 2005. and entered in Case'
No. 38-2005-CA 363. of the Cir-
cuit Court of the 8TH Judicial
Circuit in and for Levy Counrt.
Florida, wherein .DEUTSCHE
BANK NATIONAL TRUST
COMPANY, AS' CUSTODIAN
OR TRUSTEE F K.A BANKERS
TRUST COMPANY OF CALI-
FORNIA. N.A. is the Plaintiff and
DIANA HI-UR.ST A KA DIANA-
L. DEBLUSK: PERKINS STATE
BANK: UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF DIANA HURST A/K/A
DIANA L. DEBUSK; JOHN
DOE; JANE DOE AS UN-
KNOWN TENANT (S) IN POS-
SESSION OF THE SUBJECT.
PROPERTY are defendants. I
will sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash al the FRONT
STEPS OF COURTHOUSE ON
MONDAYS at the Le\ Count
Courthouse, in BRONSON, Flor-
ida, at 11:00 ajn. on the 8- day of


August, 2005, the following de-
scribed property as set forth in
said Final Judgment, to wit;
Mortgage: LOT 3, BLOCK "I",
REPLAT OF A PORTION OF
GRACELAND SHORES, AC-
CORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF, RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 6, PAGE 41, OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
TOGETHER WITH A 1979
TRIO DOUBLE-WIDE MOBILE
HOME, VIN
#GDWTGA01793262A &
GDWTGA01793262B, TITLE
#17507138 & 17507139.

If you are a person with Dis-
abilities who need, any accommo-
dation to participate in this pro-
ceeding, you are entitled at no cost
to you to the provisions of certain
assistant. Please contact the ADA
Coordinator at Court Street, Bron-
son, FL 32621 or Telephone (352)
486-5276 prior to such proceed-
ing. If you are hearing impaired
call 1-800-955-8771.

Dated this 7th day of July 2005.
DANNY J. SHIPP
Clerk Of The Circuit Court
By: Gwen McElroy
Deputy Clerk
Submitted by:
Law Office of Marshall C. Watson
1800 NW 49tlh Street, Suite 120
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33309
Telephone (954) 453-0365
Facsimile: (954) 771-6052
Pub: July 14,21, 2005



NOTICE OF SALE
The following vehicles) will be
sold at public auction, free of all
prior, liens, per Fl Stat 713.78 at
10:00 AM on July 29, 2005 ,at
Lienor's' address. No titles, as is,
cash onl\.
99 BMNIW
WBADMN16333XBY32491 .
*Lienor: Bronson Lube Inc
555 N HathaNay Ave
Bronson FL 32621
Phone: 352-486-2100
Interested parties, contact:
State Filing Service, Inc.
(772) 595-9555
.Pub.: July 14



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

SCVIL CASE.NO' 812005-(?A 568'

THE SCHOOL BOARD OF
LEVY COLNT Y, FLORIDA, '"
s rPlaintiff.
vs. '
THE STATE OF FLORIDA and
the taxpayers, property owners,
and citizens of Levy County. Flor-
ida, et, l.
Defendants.

VALIDATION OF $3.00.000(
SCHOOL BOARD OF LEVY
COUNTY CAPITAL [MPROV\E-
MENT ,. RE FUNDING AND
REVENUE CERTIFICATES. SE-.
RIES 2005

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE

To: THE STATE OF FLOR-.
IDA. THROUGH THE STATE,
ATTORNEY FOR THE EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
IDA. AND TO THE SEVER-.AL
.TAXPAYERS. PROPERTY
OWNERS, CITIZENS OF LEVY
COUNTY; FLORIDA. INCLUD-
ING NON-RESIDENTS OWN-
ING PROPERTY OR SUBJECT
TO TAXATION THEREIN, AND,
ALL OTHERS HAVING OR
CLAIMING ANY RIGHT. TITLE
OR INTEREST IN PROPERTY
TO BE AFFECTED BY THE
ISSUANCE OF THE PLAIN-
TIFF'S CAPITAL IMPROVE-
1MENT REFUNDING AND
REVENUE CERTIFICATES,
HEREINAFTER MORE PAR-
TICULARLY DESCRIBED OR
TO) BE AFFECTED IN ANY
WAY THEREBY; ,, ,
The above cause. coming on to
be heard upon the Complaint this


day filed herein by The School
Board of Levy County, Florida
(the "School Board"), seeking to
determine the authority of the
School Board to issue its Capital
Improvement Refunding and
Revenue Certificates, Series 2005,
in the amount of not to exceed
$3,000,000 (the "Certificates"), a
more particular description of said
Certificates being contained in the
Complaint filed in these proceed-
ings, to determine the legality of
the proceedings had and taken in
connection therewith, and the
legality of the provisions, cove-
nants and agreements contained
therein and the revenues pledged
to the payment thereof, and seek-
ing a judgment of this Court to
validate the proceedings for said
Certificates, the revenues pledged
for the payment -hereof. and said
Certificates when issued pursuant
thereto, and said Complaint now
having been presented to this
Court, for entry of an Order to
Show Cause pursuant to. Chapter
75, Florida Statutes,,and the Court
being fully advised in the prem-
ises:
IT IS ORDERED AND AD-
JUDGED that the State of Florida,
through the State AnorneN of the
Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida.
and the se% eral ta\pa Ners. proper!rr
owners and citizens of LevN
County, including non-residents
owning property or subject.,to
taxation therein, and all others.
having or claiming an .right. title
or interest in proper to be af-
fected in an waa\ thereb, or to be
affected thereby. be and they are
each hereby required to appear
and show cause, if any there be,'
before this Court on the 4th da\ of
August, 2005, at 3:00 o'clock
P.M.; in the Chambers of the un-
dersigned Judge at the Levy
County Courthouse in the City of
Bronson, Florida. why the prayer
,of said Complaint should not be
granted and "hh\ the proceedings
for said Certificates when issued
pursuant thereto and the revenues
pledged to the payment thereof
should not be validated and con-
firmed as thereinprayed.
AND IT IS FURTHER OR-
DERED AND ADJUDGED that
this Order to ShowCause be pub-
lished in the manner required b\
Section 75.06, Florida Starutes.
AND IT IS FURTHER OR-
DERED AND. ADJUDGED that
by such publication of this Order
all taxpayers, property owners and
citizens of Levy County, including
non-residents owning property' or i
subject i.v 2'.i.o, ,di,-rein and .ll
others having ,.or .claiming an\
right. title or interest in Ley)
County or the La,.able property
therein or in an\ proper to be
affected b; the issuance of said
Certificates or to ,be affectedA in
an\ "a.y thereb.,,or the validity of
such Certificates or of any reve-
nues pledged for payment thereof.
or of the proceedings authorizing
the issuance of said Certificates.
including any remedies pro\ ided
for their collection, be and the\'
are made parties defendant to this
proceeding, and that, this Court
shall ha\e jurisdiction of them to
the same extent as if named as
defendants in said Complaint and
personally served with process in
this cause.,
DONE AND ORDERED in.
Chambers at Bronson. Levy
County. Florida. this 27r' day of
June, 2005.
S ORIGINAL SIGNED BY,
NLAURICE V. GIUNT.A
CIRCUIT JUDGE
Pub. June 30. July 7, 14,2005

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
LEVY COUNTYI, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 38-2005-CA-000279
DIVISION .


MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS.
INC.. AS NOMINEE FOR
WASHINGTON MUTUAL
BANK, F.A.,
Plaintiff.

vs.' : '.
CHRIS D: GRIF FIN. et al,
Defendantss.

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment of
Mortgage Foreclosure dated June
27, 2005 and entered in Case NO.
38-2005-CA-000279 of the Cir-
cuit Court of the EIGHTH Judi-
cial Circuit in and for LEVY
County, Florida, wherein
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS,
INC., AS NOMINEE FOR
WASHINGTON MUTUAL
BANK; F.A., is the Plaintiff and
,CHRIS D. GRIFFIN; are the
Defendants, I will, sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash
at MAIN LOBBY OF THE
LEVY COUNTY COURT-
HOUISE at 11i00AM, on the 15t
day of August, 2005, the follow-
ing described property as set
forth in said. final Judgment:
LOT 21, BLOCK 2, FANNIN
SPRINGS ANNEX, ACCORD-


ING TO THE PLAT THEREOF,
AS RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 3, PAGE 31, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA.

TOGETHER WITH A MOBILE
HOME LOCATED THEREON
AS A PERMANENT FIXTURE
AND APPURTENANCE
THERETO, DESCRIBED AS: A
1998 EAGLE TRACE MOVIE
HOME, IDENTIFICATION
NUMBER GAFLV54AB810202-
ES21.
A/K/A 17091 NW 75th AVE-
NUE, TRENTON, FL 32693

WITNESS MY HAND and the
seal of this Court on June 27,
2005.

Danny J. Shipp
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Gwen McElroy
Deputy Clerk
Echevarria & Associates, P.A.
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018.
F05008003
'WMFIDELITY FHA B -
ehutton
Pub: July 7, 14, 2005


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


Case No. 2005 CA 000516

JUDY, FRYER and PHILIP
NEEDS .
NE S -Plaintiffs,

v.
WILLIAM C. QUINN and JOHN
\W. QUINN. their spouses, their
heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors
and all other parties claiming by,
through under or against them:
and all unknown natural persons if
alike. and if dead or not known to
be dead or alive, their several and
respective unknown pouse. heirs.
de% isees. grantees and creditors, or
other parties claiming b.. through
or under those unknown natural
persons; and all claimants, persons
or parties, natural or corporate, or
whose exact legal status is
unknown, claiming under any of
the abo'e named or described
defendants or parties or claiming
to ha'e any right, title or interest
in and to the lands hereafter
described.
Defendants

NOTICE Of ACTI A JTH :H
REAL PROPERTY"

TO: WILLLAM C. QUINN whose
last known address is: P.O. Box
22. Gaumier. MS 39553 and JOHN
W. QUINN whose last known
address is 5349 Camp Street, New
Orleans, LA 70115 their spouses,
their heirs, de sees. grantees,
creditors and all other parties
claiming .by; through. under or
against them: and all unknown
natural persons if alive, and if
dead or not known to be dead or
alive,- their several and respective
unknown spouse, heirs, devisees,
grantees and creditors, or other:.
parties claiming by, through or
under those unknown n natural
persons: and all claimants, persons
.or parties. natural or corporate. or
whose exact.' legal status is
unknown. claiming under any of
'the 'above named or described
defendants or parties or claiming
to have an\ right, title or interest
in and to the lands hereafter
described.
and ALL OTHER persons or
parties whomsoe'er claiming b.
through, under or against the
above named or designed parties.


and to all paIties; and .pi
whomsoever having or claim
have any right, title or inter
and to the lands her
described. I
YOU ARE NOTIFIED th
action to quiet title tc
following property in
Counts. Florida:


persons
ing to
rest in
reafter

at an
the
Levy


(As described on Exhibit A '
attached hereto)
SCHEDULE A
File Number T-23088
Commitment Number T-23088
Parcel 2 of STEEPLECHASE
MEADOWS SUBDIVISION, an
unrecorded subdivision in the NE
I/ of Section 35, Township.13
South, Range 17 East, Levy
County. .Florida, being more
particularly described as follows:
SFor a Point of Reference,
commence at the SW comer of NE
/4 of Section 35, Township 13
South, Range, 17 East, Levy
County,, Florida; thence .N
89003'49" E, along the South line
of said NE ', 1053.62 feet, to a
concrete monument, near the
comer of an existing fence and the
POINT OF BEGINNING; thence
generally following said existing'
fence until otherwise stated, run N-
14,46'26" E, 496.85; thence N
1823'51" E, 318.07. feet; thence
N 26059'32" E, 458.96 feet;,
thence S 8043'01" E, 521.80 feet;
thence N 01l16'19" E, 140.27
feet; thence N 89o26'18" E,
621.93 feet, to the East line of said


NE '/4; thence S 0000'11" E,
along said East line, 1227.60 feet,
to the SE comer of said NE V4;
thence S 8903'49" W, along said
South line of NE 1575.65 feet,
to close on the POINT OF
'BEGINNING..
Subject to an ingress, egress and
utilities easement hereby reserved,
over and across the South 30 feet
of the above described property.

has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on FRANK C. AMATEA,
Plaintiffs' attorney, whose address
is 500 N.E. Eighth Avenue, Ocala,
FL 34470-5345, on or before
August 25, 2005 and file, the
original with the Clerk of this
Court, whose address is P.O. Box
610, Bronson, FL 3;621-0610,
either before service on Plaintiffs'
attorney or immediately thereafter;
otherwise, a default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint.

WITNESS the hand and seal of
this court on this 1 day of July,
2005.,

DANNY J. SHIPP
Clerk of Circuit Court

By: Deanna Dobbins
Deputy Clerk
IF YOU ARE A PERSON
WITH A DISABILITY AND
NEEDS ANY
ACCOMMODATIONS TO
PARTICIPATE IN THIS
PROCEEDING. YOU ARE
ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO
YOU, TO THE PROVISION OF
CERTAIN ASSISTANCE.
PLEASE ACCOMMODATE
THE COURT
ADMINISTRATOR AT t352)
374-3639 WITHIN 2 WORKING
DAYS OF YOUR RECEIPT OF
THIS NOTICE If you are hearing
or %oice impaired. call 1-800-955-.
8771 .. .
Pub: July 14, 21, 28,
August 4, 2005

PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
THAT THE LEVY COUNTY
BOARD OF, COUNTY COM-
MISSIONERS WILL HOLD A
PUBLIC WORKSHOP TO DIS-
CUSS THE FIRE SERVICE
STUDY BY MIZELLE.
HODGES & ASSOCIATES, INC.
ON TUESDAY, JULY 19, 2005
AT 6:30 P.I. ,IN THE COUNTY
CMMISSI'f OINE(: R" MEETINGG
ROOM',T TFH COUR'THOLiUS'
IN BRONSON
FRED MOODY'
: COUNTY COORDINATOR

If a person decides to appeal any
decision made by the board with
respect to any manner considered at
this meeting, he or she %ill need a
record of the proceedings, and
that, ,for such purpose, he or she
may need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings'is made.
which record includes the testi-
mony. and evidence upon which
the appeal is to be based.

NOTICE REGARDING THE
AMERICANS WITH DISr
ABILITIES ACTS OF 1990. In
accordance %%ith the Americans
with Disabilities AcL persons
needing, special accommodations
to participate in this proceeding
should contact the OFFICE OF
THE COUNTY COMMISSION
no later than seven (7) days prior
to the proceeding at (352) 486-
5217, Bronson, Florida.
Pub: July 14,'2005 j

NOTICE OF LEVY COt'NTY
PLANNING COMMISSION
WORKSHOP ON THE
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
EVALUATION AND,
APPRAISAL REPORT
PROCESS
The Levy County Planning
Commission will conduct a public
workshop on MONDAY,' JULY
25, 2005 at 6;30 p.m. at the Levy'
Coun! Courthouse. in the County
Commissioners' meeting room,
355 South Court Street, Bronson,
Florida. The purpose of the work-
shop is to re iew proposed major
issues facing the.County to be,
addressed in the Evaluation and
Appraisal Report (EAR) for the
County Comprehensive Plan. Pub-
lic input is invited and encour-
aged. For more information,
please call the Levy County Plan-
ning Departnten at (352) 486-
5405 .
Pub: July 14, 21,-2005 ;


NOTICE OFPUBLIC SALE

Dona Potter d/b/a Bronson Self
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 July 30, at Bronson Self
Storage, 839 E. Hathaway. Ave.,
Bronson, FL 32621, Dona Potter
or her agent will conduct a sale at
10:00 A.M. by sealed bids to the
highest bidder.
Bids to be opened at noon, with


viewing "from 9:30 A.M. until
noon for the contents of the bay or
bays, rented by the following
person/persons:

Cara Lambert
2701 SW 13th Street 1-6
Gainesville, FL. 32608

Mike Ferrell
P.O. 1906
Bronson, FL 32621

Patricia Hobbs
51 NW 152nd Place
Trenton, FL 32693

Sandra Tapia
12270 NE 108th Terrace
Archer, FL 32618

Thomas Smith
2149 Arrowgrass Drive
Apt. #209
Wesley Chapel, FL 33543

Lovenia London
P.O. Box 2137
Chiefland, FL 32644

Consists of household, personal
items or miscellaneous merchan-
dise, stored at Bronson Self Stor-
age, 839 E. Hathaway Ave.,
Bronson, FL 32621. Sale is being
held to satisfy a statutory lien.

Dated July 11, 2005

Bronson Self Storage
Dona Potter
P.O. Box 1705
Bronson, FL 32621
Phone: (352)'486-2121
Sale Date: 7 3005
Pub: July 14, 21, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 38-2005-CA-000187,
Green Tree Servicing LLC,
successor sere icer to GreenPoint
Credit, LLC, a corporation,
Plaintiff,
vs.
Nancy Workman. George Thomas
Barbour, Jr.. IF LIVING, AND IF
DECEASED. THEIR UN-
KNOWN SPOUSES, HEIRS,
DEVISEES. GRANTEES.
CREDITORS. AND ALL OTHER
PARTIES CLAMMING BY,
THROUGH. UNDER OR
AGAINST THEM: JOHN DOE
and JANE DOE AND ANY-
OTHER PERSON (S) IN
POSSESSION OF, THE
SUBJECT R"'EAL PROPERTY
WHOSE" REAL' NAMES ARE
L'. UNCERTAIN. '.
Defendant (s).

NOTICE OF SALE

Notice is hereby given that,
pursuant to 'an order or a final
judgment of foreclosure entered in
the abo\e-captioned action. I %will
sell the propertM situated in LEVY
Couni. Florida. described as:

"SEE ATTACHED LEGAL
DESCRIPTION"

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION
EXHIBIT "A"

Lot 10, Block 29, of OCALA
HIGHLANDS WEST, as per plat
thereof, recorded in Plat Book 4,
Pages 16, 16A through 16D, of the
Public Records of Levy County,
Florida. ,

END OF SCHEDULE A

INCLUDING, the following
Manufactured Home: 2001
General Manufactured Augustine,
28 x 60,. Serial Numbers:
GMHGA625000121 IA &
GMHGA6250001211B

at public sale, to.the highest and
best bidder for cash, in the Levy
County. Board Of County
Commissioners Meeting Room at
the LEVY 'County Coiurthouse,
355 S. Court Street, Bronson,
Florida at 11:00 a.m., on August 8,
2005.
DATED this 6t day of-July,
2005. :
Danny J. Shipp
CLERK OF THE COURT

(Court Seal)
BY: Gwen McElroy
., As Deputy Clerk
SCHUYLER-STEWART-SMITH
Chad A. Dean, Esq.
118 West Adams St. #800
Jacksonville, FL 32202
(904) 353-5884

AMERICANS WITH
DISABILITIES ACT (ADA)


NOTICE
Individuals with disabilities
needing a reasonable
accommodation to participate in
this proceeding should contact the
Court administrators office, as
soon as possible. If hearing
. impaired, 1800-995-8771 (TTD); or
1-800-955-8770 (V) via Florida
Relay Service.
Pub: July 14,21, 2005.

Leaders must be close enough
to relate to others, but far
enough ahead to motivate them.
-John Maxwell

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Mario Spadavecchia

Going to Holland As A,

Sports Ambassador


Time is drawing near. Only
10 days left until Mario
Spadavecchia of Bronson
will be on his way overseas
to represent Levy County
and North Central Florida as
a Sports Ambassador. The
last fund-raiser will be held
this weekend, Saturday, July
16'. There will be a yard
sale and car wash at the
County Seat Barber Shop in
Bronson from 8:00 a.m. until
12:00 noon. Sale items are
donations only. If you need it
you can take it. Please come
out and wish Mario good
luck
Mario has received. his'
itinerary and he would like to
share with you some of the
things he will be doing and
places he will visit.
He will spend a lot of time
training and undergoing a
rigorous skills assessment.
The highly-qualified coach-
ing staff will focus on indi-
vidual skills including 'hit-
ting, base running, fielding
and pitching, which will help
the coaches form the most
balanced and competitive
teams possible. Depending
on his schedule, he may par-
ticipate in cultural activities.
All sports ambassadors will
spend time learning a little
about the history and life-
styles of the Dutch by visit-
ing the Anne Frank House
and cruising the canals of
Amsterdam, among other
adventures. Some of the
other things of interest he
plans to do are: explore a.
few of the over 1,200 bridges
in the 800-year old city, ex-
plore Volendam and Edam
by bicycle, and discover the
secrets of making traditional
Dutch cheeses and wooden
shoes- at a cheese and shoe


factory, learn the Dutch sport
of Korfball, during a clinic
taught by actual players and
enjoy some "down-time" of
structured shopping in Haar-
lem, widely regarded as one
of the best shopping towns in
all of Holland.
Mario's trip will end with a
farewell dinner, where he
will collect names, phone
numbers, addresses and e-
mail addresses from all the
new friends he has made.
Mario will arrive back in
Jacksonville on August 1st
and return to Bronson on
August 2nd.
Mario and his family offer
their thanks to the following
businesses and people:-
Tony's Chevron, Levy Ab-
stract & Title, Dr. Craig
Henderson, Houser Insur-
ance Company, Sarkus Fam-
ily Physicians, NAPA Auto'
Parts, Mr. And Mrs. Powers,
Mr. and Mrs. Stevens, Mr.
and Mrs. White, Mrs. Jenni-
fer Rex, Louie and Gayle,
Locke, Grandma and
Grandpa Jackson, Grandma
and Grandpa Scefcyk,
Curves in Chiefland, Nature
Coast Insurance, Tri-Counrt
Chiropractic, Factory Direct
Housing, Dynamic Direct
Inc., Capital City Bank, Mr.
and Mrs. Amundson, Mr.
and Mrs. Osteen, Mr. And
Mrs. Allen, Ms. Hazel Rex,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Cohoon.
Nanny Frazier, Levy County
Health Department Staff,
Perkins State Bank, Bronson
Ace Hardware, Florida Pest
Control, Sharon Brannon,
Hiers Memorial 'Chapel,
Bronson Youth League, Mr.
and Mrs. Bazin, Mr. and
Mrs. Gentry, Mr. and Mrs.
Gylys, Mr. and Mrs. T. Con-
quest, Aunt Linda and Uncle
Jim, and Aunt Debbie..,


Gasoline Price Gouging

Complaints Pouring In


Attorney General Charlie
Crist said his staff has re-
ceived an. extraordinary
number of price gouging
complaints due to the ap-
proach of Hurricane Dennis,
particularly from the Pan-
handle area, and pledged to
aggressively investigate the
complaints. Multiple com-
'plaints of excessive price in-
creases have poured into the
Attorney General's Fraud
Hotline, many of them re-
porting gas price increases of
20 to 40 cents per gallon in a
24-hour period. One caller
reported an increase from
$2.18 per gallon to $2;89.
"We are already looking
into these reports and are
most interested in hearing an


creases of 20 to 30 p
once the state of eme
was declared," said
"People are' leaving
homes trying to escape
their lives and can ill
to pay exorbitant price
necessities."
The Attorney Gei
Economic Crimes Di\i
already looking into th
than 300 complaints re
through the Fraud Hot
of 4:00 p.m. Friday.
than 95 percent of
complaints, have in'
fuel costs.
Those wishing to
suspected price gouging
call the Fraud Hotline
866-9-NO-SCAM or
966-7226.


Date Set For Chiefland

Girls Basketball Camp


The Chiefland Girls
Basketball Camp will be
held in the Chiefland High
School Gym on July 18-21
from 9:00 a.m. until noon
each day.
Girls ages eight to
fourteen are invited to
attend. It will cost $40.00
per student. This includes a
T-shirt, daily snacks and
lunch on Thursday.
The activities at the camp
will include ball-handling
drills, shooting drills,
station drills, basic


"fundamentals and team
competition.
The forms for registration
will be at the front office of
the high school and the
elementary school.
For more information
contact coach Holly Bennett
at 352-318-3700 or Emily
Gore at 535-5091.
The deadline for
registration July 18. It
would be greatly appreciate
if forms and money, are
received before the morning
of camp.


G.L.A.D. Holds

Orientation For Home

School Group


Gilchrist, Levy, and Dixie
counties have started up a
home school support group
in the Tri-County area. The
group will hold an
orientation meeting at the
fellowship hall of the First
United Methodist Church in
Chiefland on Thursday, July
28th from 7:00 until 9:00
p.m. Refreshments will be
served. '


The orientation is open to
all those interested inr home
schooling and is free to
attend.
For more information
contact President Traci
Bryan at 352-463-8211,
tsbr an i7'bellsouth.netor
Miss3 Zeble) at 352-543-
5864, or msseacedarkey
@aol.com. ,


Morriston Equestrian

Center Summer Youth

Programs


Amik Run Equestrian
Center in Morriston is offer-
ing several unique youth
programs for kids still look-
ing for something fun to do
for the rest of the summer!
The final installment of the


horse farm's FREE program
for teenagers begins, on
Monday: JuI\ 18th-and-endS
the Friday before school be-
gins. "Paint-N-Ride" gives
area 13-18 year olds the op-
percent portunity to learn about
urgency horses and actually take rid-
Crist. ing lessons in exchange for
their helping to care for the more
?e with than 40 horses at Amik Run.
afford The program runs NMon-
ces for days-Fridays from 7 a.m.
until 6 p.m. Kids who par-
neral's ticipate get to' "adopt" a
ision is horse of their ter, own fori
e more the duration of the program.
ceited No riding or horse experi-
line as ence is. necessary. Invited
More participants are allowed to-
those continue as working stu-
volved dents after the school year
begins.
report For younger children.
ig may Amik Run offers "Eq-
e at 1- uiThearre" camp. Equithea-
866-. tre is a net t pe of horse


competition that combines
horses, people. music and
theatre. Kids spend two
weeks creating and rehears-
ing a theatrical performance
complete with costumes,
props and special effects.
Then, along ,%ith their horse'
friends the kids perform
their"'kWt- for famir\''iad;
friends 'at a special finale
family day." ,and picnic.
Camp instructors Minclude a
professional actor arid direc-
tor ttith credits from the
stage and screen as well
as professional horse train-
ers and riding instructors.
The final installment of Eq-
uiTheatre camp begins on,
Monda\. Jul\ 18th and ends,
with the performance on.
Saturday, Jul\ 30th. It is
open to kids from 6 to .12
years old and the cost for
the program is $200 per
child. Hours, are Monday-
Friday from 8 a.m. until 5
p.m.
To enroll a child in either
camp or for more informa-
tion,: please call 352-528-
5298 or e-mail us at
amikrunfliraaol.com.


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Bronson students Kevin Thomas and Lenny Shouse hard at work on mural that is
on display at the Levy County School Board.


Red Cross

Needs

Volunteers


To all Disaster Action
Teams, Disaster Volunteers
of Alachua, Columbia,
Dixie,, Gilchrist, Hamilton,
Lafayette, Levy, and Su-
wannee counties; you are
requested to contact the
North Central Florida Chap-
ter of the American Red
Cross as soon as possible at
352-258-8936 to leave a
message to advise us of
your availability to volun-
teer during this disaster
(Hurricane Dennis). We are
looking for volunteers for
any times they have avail-
able from Jul\ 10 through
17. Please leave your name,
telephone number(ts) and
availability and you will be
contacted as needed.
To the general public of
Alachua, Columbia, Dixie,'
Gilchrist, Hamilton, Lafay-
ette, Levy, and Suwannee
counties; you are also in-
vited to contact the North
Central Florida Chapter of
the American Red Cross as
soon as possible at 352-258-
8936 to leate a message to
-ity to volunteerr during this
disaster. We are looking for
volunteers for any times
available from July 10
through 'July 17. Please
leave your name, telephone
numbers) and availability
and you will be contacted as
needed.
For more information on
this disaster. you can also
call Kathleen Aust O'Shea,
Staffing Manager, at (352),
494-7049 or (352) 208--
.1273. You may also contact
Ka- Lenard. Emergency
Sen ices Director at 352-
281-5180

Sign Up Now
For Pre.
Kindergarten
Class
All children in Dixie, Gil-
christ and Le v counties who
will be four years old on or
before September 1, 2005 are
eligible to apply for Volun-
tary Pre-K.
Applicants may enroll at
Child Care Resources located
at: 212 North Main Street in
Chiefland.
Parent/Caregiver must
have proof of Florida resi-
dency, such as a valid I.D. bi
pay stub with residential ad-
dress and also have proof ol
child's age ti.e. Birth Certifi-
cate or signed immunizatior
record).
For more information
contact Child Care Re-
sources: 866-312-6491 oi
Early Learning Coalition ol
the Nature Coast: 877-840-
5437.
BUYING
TAX DEEDS?
NEED TO
CLEAR
THE TITLE?
Experienced, Dependable
Service and
REASONABLE
RATES!
Call
CHARLOTTE J.
WEIDNER
Attorney At Law
S(352) 486-3753


Finishing Touches Put

On BES Mural


Kelvin Thomas and Lenny
Shouse put the' finishing"
touches on the Bronson Ele-
mentary School mural "The
Places A Book Can Take
You."
The mural is currently on
display at the school board
office and will be on perma-


nent exhibit at the BES front
office.
The 3rd, 4th and 5th grade
students worked on the mu-
ral for a month after Linda
Ballahtine Brown explained
the. painting techniques and
got them started.


Chiefland High Invites

Teams To Participate

In Co-Ed Volleyball


Tournament

The Chiefland High
School volleyball team
invites teams to participate
in a co-ed volleyball
tournament.
The tourney is scheduled
for July 22-23 at the
Chiefland High School,
gym. The cost is $100 per
team.
The teams will be made
up of a minimum of three


females. The tournament
\\ill begin on Friday
evening, July 22nd.
All proceeds will go to
the Chiefland High School
volleyball, program. For
more information contact
Chiefland High School
coach Tammy Arrington at
463-7374
The deadline for
registration forms is July
18th.


Bronson Speedway

Reschedules Races


Due to the uncertainty of
weather r forecasts, and the
unpredictability of Hurri-
canes as seen %vhen Hurri-
cane Charle\ turned in to
southern Florida last year -
our racing program for Sat-
urday night, Jul\ 96, was
cancelled. It \,as thought
that Hurricane Dennis
would most likely have
some kind of impact on the
west coast of Florida. Our
utmost concern is the safety
of our racers and race fans,
particularly the ones who'
would be traveling several
hours away from their
homes to Bronson Motor
Speedway.
The Eagles Nest Racing


Florida Mini Stock Cham-
pionship Special and the
Southern Sportsman Series
races have been rescheduled
for Saturday. August 13,h
tith practice on Frida.
night. August 12'h. Next
Saturday night, July 16th, we
have a 50-Lap Pure Stock
Special, as well as Modi-
fieds, Hungry Howie's
Sportsman, Mini Stocks,
Thunder Cars and Harvey
Wallbangers.
Again, everyone please be
safe and, since Hurricane
Dennis missed west Florida,
have a bar-b-que with the
family and be thankful Den-
nis stayed away!
Thanks Racers and Race
Fans!


AARP Safe Driving
Program To Be Held


The AARP safe driving
program for seniors will be
held on Monday, July 25t'
and Tuesday. July 26'b in the
meeting room of the Capital
City Bank. 2012 N. Young
Blvd., Chiefland. It is
scheduled -to start at 9:00
a.m. and finish at 1:00 p.m.
each day.


Check with your auto in-
surance agent to find out the
amount of discount on your
premium you will be given
for completing this program.'
Seating is limited so call
352-493-7597 to register.
SJean da Costa
Instructor

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Fri 1.545 ft, 3.805 ft. 0.880 ft. 2.831 ft.
Jul 15, 05 2:03 AM 8:19 AM 3:31 PM 10:02 PM
Sat 1.899 ft. 3.909 ft.. 0.541 ft. 2.913 ft.
Jul 16, 05 3:04.AM 9:12 AM 4:48 PM 11:37 PM
Sun 2.157 ft. 4,061 ft. 0.140 ft.
Jul 172 05 4:17'AM 10:11 AM 5:58 PM
Mon 3.091 ft. 2,272 ft. 4,267 ft. -0.247 ft.
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First Quarter: 7/14 11:21 AM


The public is invited to at-
tend a meeting of the With-
lacoochee Region Local
Emergency Planning Com-
mittee on Wednesday, July
2Oth, 2005, at 10:30 a.m. at
the Withlacoochee Regional
Planning Council, 1241 SW
10th Street, Ocala, Florida.
Chairman's Report, Staff
Report, and other organiza-


tional matters regarding the
LEPC \ill be discussed. The
guest speaker \ ill be Jenni-
fer Haller, speaking about
ITS and emergency man-
agement. For further infor-
mation please contact May-
anna Anderson of the LEPC
Staff, at (352) 732-1315, ex-
tension 235.'


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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


JULY 14, 2005


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Gallagher Says HMOs

And Health Insurance

Companies To Be

Flexible On


Prescription
With Hurricane Dennis
gaining strength as he heads
toward the state's Gulf
Coast, Florida's Chief
Financial Officer Tom
Gallagher wants Floridians
to know that the state's
health insurance companies
and Health Maintenance
Organizations (HMO) have
temporarily suspended their
regulations regarding
prescription refills.
"People who are
potentially being asked to
evacuate should not have to
worry about their
medication," said Gallagher.
"If you need to get your
prescriptions refilled, your
HMO or insurance company
should allow you to get a


Refills
refill, regardless of when
your prescriptions are due.
This action should help
ensure have one less thing to
worry about as Hurricane
Dennis approaches."
The order, put in place in
anticipation of Tropical
Storm Arlene with the help
of Insurance Commissioner
Kevin McCarty, requires
health insurance companies
and HMOs to waive
restrictions on refills so
insureds can fill prescriptions
in advance. It also authorizes
payments to pharmacies for
at least a thirty-day supply of
medication regardless of the
date the prescription had last
been refilled. The order is
effective through July 31,
2005.


North Central Florida

Long-Term Care

Ombudsman Council To

Hold Monthly Meeting

July 21


The North Central Florida
Long-Term Care Ombuds-
man Council will hold its
July 2005 monthly meeting
on Thursday, July 21, at
Hospice of North Central
Florida, 4200 NW 90th
Boulevard, Gaines\ ille. Flor-'
ida. The meeting will com-
mence with an open -session
at 12:30 p.m. All interested
parties are encouraged to
attend.
The North Central Florida,
Long-Term Care Ombuds-
man Council is a part of
Florida's Long-Term Care
Ombudsman Program. The
council is made up of local
-ombudsmen %whose goal is to
improve the qualitN of life
,and care of residents of long-
term care facilities, including.
nursing homes, assisted liv-
ing : facilities, adult family-
care homes, and skilled nurs-
ing units in area hospitals.


An ombudsman is a specially
trained and certified volun-
teer, who has been approved
by the governor and given
authority -under federal and
state law to identify, investi-
gate and resolve complaints
made by, or on behalf of,
long-term care facility resi-
dents. The North Central
Florida Lone-Term Care
Ombudsman Council serves
Alachua, Bradford, Colum-
bia, Dixie, Gilchrist, Hamil-
ton, Lafayette, Levy, Put-
nam, Suwannee and Union
counties.
-For more information indi--
\iduals may call (850) 595-
8013 or. e-mail us at
dolsberryjl(,elderaffairs.org.
For information on Florida's
Long-Term Care Ombuds-
man Program, visit us at
http://ombudsman.myflorida.
comr.


LEVY COUNTY HISTORY
July 11, 2005


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Hat&'Wlr- ITh: b ,,sb ounwdupin the mide oio thewet when *h icowtrti'O-
hi1w s .n Cedl, Klv. The btoa tab fo.ated a bao n 100 yvrd ,l*at10dd'fn
dhMown Cede y. '" -
September, 1985, 20 years ago.
Cedar Key residents returning after a two-day seige by
Hurricane Elena to find a battered island that left the city's
waterfront in shambles but injured no one. Five feet of water at,
the intersection where the Cedar Key Historical Society Muse'uri
is located. Florida Dept. of Transportation worked quickly to
repair the largest road washout at #3 bridge hauling tons of sand
to the location in attempt to make the road passable. Civil
Defense officials headquarted in the basement of the courthouse,
used school gymnasiums at Chiefland, Bronson and Williston to
house 1,200 homeless Levy Countians. The path of Elena was
tracked at the Civil Defense office on maps and a chart listing
latitude and longitude coordinates. Updates on the storm's
position came several hours apart through a radio device, and the
information was used to make decisions on what to do next.
Cedar Key pulled out of FEMA's national flood insurance
program last year and none of the waterfront businesses were,
insured against storm damage.
(This article was from the Chiefland Citizen newspaper as part
of the Levy County Clerks Archive and History Dept.)
From the Archives & History Center
Levy County Clerk's Office
Danny J. Shipp, Clerk of Court


FWC Tips To Stay Safe During
Officers Nature's Most Violent
Donate Flags Storms
* \ ^r\ Storms.


xt V .IJ1 u lgla.
School
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) law enforcement of-
ficers recently presented a
shadowbox in memory of
two students who died during
a canoeing and camping trip
off the coast of Dixie
County.
During a search and rescue
operation in late February,
FWC officers assisted in res-
cuing eight survivors and re-
covered the bodies of the two
teens from Georgia.
The two young men, Sean
Christopher Wilkinson and
Clarence "Clay" Rogers
McKemie, were part of a
group on spring break from-
the Darlington School in
Rome, Georgia, camping off
the town of Suwannee.
While paddling to an island
to camp, the group encoun-
tered difficulties and rough
,seas which pulled them out
into the gulf from sheltered
waters.
The group leader was able
to call for help and the US
Coast Guard and the FWC
began searching for the
group, according to Captain'
John Burton, area supervisor
at the Crystal River Field Of-
fice.
"We successfully rescued
eight of the ten people who
.were part of the group from
the Darlington School, but
our officers were deeply af-
fected by the loss of the two
boys," according to Burton.
"Officer Laird Canfield
came up with the idea to give
the retired flags back in
memory of the students.
They wanted to show the
school's students, families
and staff exactly how we,
felt," Burton said.
From the initial idea, the
o.fficr. and t[aff of'the FWC
r'vstal" RveF oi cedesigned
a shado\wbox containing a
U.S. and Florida flag flown,
on two of the vessels used by
the FWC during the search.
"The flags were tattered
from the miserable condi-
tions endured during .the
search and rescue," Burton
explained. "The officers in-
volved in the search signed
the Florida flag and paid for
the box with their own dona-
tions."
SOn behalf of the families,
friends and the school, .the
Headmaster of Darlington
School, C. David Rhodes Ill.
wrote a "thank you" letter to
the officers involved in the
search. Burton contacted
Rhodes and asked if the box
could be presented to the-
school in memory of the stu-
dents. Rhodes invited FWC
to the school's honors day
program held May 13,h.'"We
thought this was an appropri-
ate time to present this shad-
owbox to the, school," Burton
explained. Burton, along
with Lt. Roy Williams, went
to Rome for the presentation.
The honors day' program
was a celebration of
achievement for the students
of .Darlington School and
numerous awards were
given. A heartfelt standing
ovation was given to Burton
and Williams by the Dar-
lington staff, students .and the
families of Shawn and Clay.
During their presentation, a
letter signed by Colonel Julie
Jones, director of the Divi-
sion of Law Enforcement,
was read. The letter asked
'that the school display the
shadowbox in memory of
Shawn and Clay. The brass
plaque on the shadowbox
read:
Thewe retired, weathered
flags were flown on the boats
of the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Cornm-


mission during the weekend
of February 26, 2005, as we
searched for Sean Christo-
pher \W'ilkinson and Clarence
'Clay' Rogers McKemie.
Although their young lives
were taken from you, may
they always be remembered.


In an average year, 1,000
tornadoes are reported in the
United States, resulting in
80 deaths and more than
1,500 injuries. The National
Weather Service defines
tornadoes as violently
rotating columns of air
extending from a thunder-
storm to the ground. During
the spring and summer.
months, tornadoes, mild or
severe, are a fairly common
occurrence in Florida. A
recent twister north of
Tampa caused, damage to
dozens of homes and
businesses. Although
tornadoes can develop at
any time of the year, the
peak season is March
through August.
Tornadoes are
unpredictable: they can
move erratically and
suddenly change directions.
While most tornadoes have
winds of less than 100 miles
an hour, they can be much
stronger. Violent tornadoes
(winds greater than 205
miles; an hour) account for
only '2 percent of all
tornadoes, but cause 70
percent of all tornado
deaths. In 1931, a tornado in
Minnesota lifted an 83-ton
railroad, train, with 117
passengers and carried it,
more than 80 feet!
"Regardless of the season,
there is never a bad time to
create a tornado, safety
plan," says Allstate Florida
Region Field Vice President
Phil Lawson. "It's important
for the well-being of your
family to establish emerg-
ency procedures to follow if
a tornado strikes."
To 'help you and your
family create a tornado
safety plan,' the Allstate
Insurance Company
offers some critical points
to remember' f
Knio\"' the. differenie
between a Warning and a
Watch A Tornado
Watch is a National
Weather Service alert of
the possibility of a
tornado. A Tornado
Warning is issued ,when
an actual tornado is
occurring. Keep abreast
of changing weather
conditions by follow\ ing
television or, radio
reports.
Seek shelter Once a
warning is issued, take
shelter, until" the danger
has passed. Basements
and storm cellars offer the
best protection. If a
basement or stonr cellar
is not available, find a
small room in the center
of the building such as a
closet or bathroom. Also,
because most tornado-
related injuries and deaths
result from flying debris,
stay clear of the windows
in your shelter area.
Don't try. to outrdn a

Our thoughts and prayers
are with you, your family and
friends.
'Officer' and Saff '
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Conmmis.sion
Crystal River, Florida
April 1, 2005
"We hope our presentation
and the shadow box helped
comfort the families and
friends with, their loss. We,
also hope that we may have
helped to prevent a tragic ac-
cident like this from occur-
ring again in the future,",
Burton said.
The FWC is committed to
safe boating and preventing
boating accidents. "The best
course of action is to have a
float plan, keep track of
weather conditions, have
some sort of communication
source such as a cell phone
or VHF radio and check


equipment before launching
to ensure you have all of the
required safety gear," Burton
explained.
For more information
about boating safety, check
o ut http://myfwc.com/
boating/.


Barbara at 528-4894.



The bird of paradise alights
only upon the hand that does
not grasp.
-John Berry


tornado in a car With
tornadoes capable of
traveling at speeds of up
to 70 miles per hour, it's
dangerous to try to out-
run them. If you are in a
car, stop, get out and try
to seek shelter in a strong,
sturdy building. If you are
in an open area, lie face
down and cover your
head to protect yourself
from flying debris
Keep a radio and
flashlights ready Radio
weather reports help you
pay close attention to
weather developments
and alert you when it's
safe to leave your
temporary shelter. Flash-
lights' are helpful if the
sky is still dark and the
tornado has left debris in
its path._
Whatever happens, stay
calm If you have
created a tornado plan
and everyone in your
family is familiar with it,
you will be able to
quickly do everything
necessary to ensure your
safety.
For more information.
on this and other safety
topics, visit your
neighborhood Allstate
agent. To find an agent
near you, call 1-800-
ALLSTATE or go online
to www.allstate.com.


John Hance
O'Steen
Camp #770
Sons Of
Confederate
News
The John Hance O'Steen
Camp #770. Sois'of,.Confed-
erate Veterans monthly camp
meeting will be held Tues-
day, Jul\ 19, 2005 at the Bell
Community Center .across
from Akins Barbecue on'
Main Street in Bell.
The meeting will begin at'
700.p.m.
The program will be a dis-
cussion of the issues and
candidates to be voted onat'
the upcoming National Re-
union in Nashville, Tennes-
see.
The meeting is open to all
who are interested in the War
Betw. een the States. For
further information contact
'Camp Commander Clement
Lindsey at 352-472-0047 or
Adjutant. Archie Matthews at
386-462-3016.



Casino Night
To Benefit
Habitat For
Humanity
The GFWC Williston
Junior Woman's Club has
scheduled Casino Night for
July 23, 2005 at the Williston
Highlands Golf and Country
Club at 7:00 p.m. The coun-
try club is located on High-
way 121: The proceeds from
this event wili benefit Habitat
For Humanity Suwannee
Valley and Leyy County
Schools Foundation, Inc.
Advance tickets are avail-
able for $20 at Perkins State
Bank from Julie Thorrington
and any GFWC Williston
Junior Woman's Club mem-
ber. Tickets will also be
available at the door for $25.,
The club is seeking table
sponsors for this event.
There are many levels of
sponsorship available for this
activity. Anyone interested
in sponsorship should contact


Log Cabin
Quilters
The Log Cabin Quilters
met Thursday, July 7th at the
Levy County Quilt Museum.
Ann Hardee came by and
brought in boxes of scraps
and whatever. She is getting
ready to bring Wayne' home
soon and we pray' all goes
well. Cleo, her sister, is back
from Arkansas and she
brought their grandchildren
back with her and what a
time she is having, one a
baby! The oldest one is a lot
of help as are all the cousins.
, The quilt for the football
team is all put together and it
will be machine quilted. Pat
will then put the binding on
and it will be ready to be
taken to Pasco County. We
wish them lots of luck with it
and they should make lots of


money for their school pro-
jects.
Six members traveled to
Camp Caruth two weeks ago
and met with 45 young chil-
dren as well as all of the
friends we have made
through the years. Each
child made a pillow and:
when they had them stuffed
and sewn we put a ribbon
around them so they could
take them home to mothers
and sisters or as a reminder
of what they learned at camp.
It's always great to go down
and help whenever we can.
A little boy about 'nine years
of age finished his first. We
are all proud of them and the
counselors who teach them.
Lunch was so enjoyable
with fried okra, cheese and
macaroni, meatballs, beans,
lots of other. goodies and
Marie made a great cheese
cake. We had 17 members
and four guests present.
Winnelle Home


Stories From The

Finnish Community


The Alachua County
Historic Trust: Matheson
Museum, Inc. will be
sponsoringSteriei from the'
Finnish CommunitN on
Sunday,' Jul 17, 2005, at
2:00 p.m. 'at 513 East
University Avenue,
Gainesville, Florida 32601


(Additional parking is
located across the street at
the Kirby Smith School

For additional information
contact Audre) Langham,
Event Coordinator,
Matheson Museum at 352-
378-2280. Information call


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We have featured many pictures of B.J. Johnson with the
many quilts she makes. She is also a motorcycle rider.
She and her husband Ralph have just bought a beautiful
Harley Davidson and it is something to see. B.J. has her
own cycle and they travel all over the country but when she
comes home it's back to quilting. It's great to have her
and' Jean McLellan in our club as Jean is also a
motorcyclist.







DIJYi- rr i-n


Church News .Obituaries


The 4th Annual Gospel

Music Festival To Be

Held On August 6


The City of Williston is
gearing up for the 4th An-
nual Gospel Music Festival
"Celebrating our Gospel
Heritage and Traditions" to
be held. Saturday, August
6th, 2005, at the Williston
Middle School Gym from
10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.
The FREE community
event will feature various
quartets, ensembles, soloists,
choirs, instrumentalists,
praise dance and mime min-
istries from the local and
surrounding communities
(such as Gainesville, Ocala,
Inverness, Tampa and Lake
City). The Festival is a time
to build and strengthen rela-
tionships and unite commu-
nities. Whether it is tradi-
tional, contemporary, or ex-
pressed through other art
forms, in any case, we are to
be reminded of the Gospel it
represents. Vendors will also
be on-site to provide food
(BBQ chicken and ribs,
homemade ice cream, shaved
ice, chicken wings and fries,
sweet potato pies, cake,
drinks and more... clothing,
novelty gift items, arts and
crafts, and information.
Some groups will have their
recorded material available.


Pre-Festival events in-
clude: Gospel Concert, fea-
turing the Gospel Fest Mass
Choir and other guests, on
Sunday, July 31, 2005 at
6:00 p.m. at the Unity Tem-
ple of Deliverance in Willis-
ton. This concert will offi-
cially kick-off the festival in
the truest sense of inter-
denominational fellowship
and unity.
10th Annual Community
Back-to-School Rally will be
held Friday Night, August
5th, at 7:00 p.m. at the Des-
tiny Church of God by Faith.
There will be motivational
speakers, talent presentations
by the youth, refreshments
and bags of school supplies
will be distributed to each
student (pre-K up to college
level). This event is just one
of the activities that reflects
our commitment to the edu-
cation of our children/youth,
support for our educators and
all school personnel.
If you would like to regis-
ter as a Festival Participant,.
Vendor, co-sponsor, or need
additional information, call,
Mimi Johnson at (352) 528-
2170, Lorie Harris at 528-
5984 or Elouise Carnegie at
528-3675.


Future Now Series To Be

Held At Lighthouse Word

Church July 17


Future Now will be minis-
tering at The Xperience, a
summertime youth concert
series at Lighthouse Word
Church in Chiefland, Sun-
day, July 17th at 7:00 p.m.
Future Nol; ,s a public
school outreach program that
began four years ago in Live
Oak.
The directors of Future
Now, Chris and Terrin Mus-
grove, have been involved in
youth ministry for 20 years.
Through music, drama, and


real life stories brought with
state of the art lights, sound
and video,; Future Noi-
brings a 'message of hope,
based on Jeremiah 29:11.
Free pizza will be served at
the concert. There %%ill also
be door prizes iahd a prize tr&
the student who brings the
most friends to the concert.
For more information, call
Walter or Jane Turner at
(352) 493-1554. Lighthouse
Word Church, is located on
Highway Alt. 27, three miles
east of Chiefland. .


Central Florida Fall

Harvest And Peanut

Festival To Be Held In


October
Plans are underway for the
newly-named Central Florida
Fall Harvest and Peanut Fes-
tival which willbe held Sat-
urday, October 1, 2005 at
Linear Park in Williston.
This will be the 17th year of
the festival.
As in past year, there will
be crafts, peanuts, food, mu-
sic, dancing, fun and games-
for the whole family.
Vendor applications are
available now from the


Williston Area Chamber, of
Commerce.
Applications for the Little'
Peanut King and Queen and
Baby Peanut contests \\ ill be
a\ ailable in mid-August.
For more information call
the Williston Area Chamber
of Commerce at (352) 528-
5552 between 9:00 a.m. and
1:00 p.m. weekdays, or pick
up applications at the Cham-
ber office at 37 SE Main
Street in Williston,


FROM THE HEART OF
i ... (1 i,. '


PROPHETESS NKKI MALLORY
I would like to take this opportunity to thank each and
every one of you for supporting me in my first revival. I
thank you for your attendance, prayers, financial
blessing and encouraging words. You all mean so much
to me and I love you.dearly. God destroyed yokes, built
up, tore down and healed. Thanks be to God!! All
glory and honor belong toHim!! I was just the vessel
He chose to use for that hour. Again, I thank you and
I love you all!!!! Remember to hold fast to the things
God has done for you and if you desire the continued
blessings of the Lord, remember these words -
'"I/my people which are ca/tlefdy my ,name, shad
hum6iCe themselves andpray, and'seek my face, and turn ':
from their wicked ways; then wiIl hear from heaven,
andwillforgive theirsin, and wiIfTheattheir land."
SII Chronicies 7:14, GIKJ'


Mr. Bruce J.
Andersen
Bruce J. Andersen of
Chiefland died Friday, July
1, 2005, at Shands at the
University of Florida in
Gainesville. He was 50.
Mr. Andersen was born in
Fort Dodge, Iowa, and
moved to Chiefland three
years ago from Colorado.
Springs, Colorado..
He was a business owner
of Canyon Animal Control
in Colorado Springs.
Survivors include his
wife, Carol S. Andersen of
Chiefland; his mother,
Lenore Andersen of Roch-
ester, Minnesota; sisters
Judy Towbridge of Blue
Springs, Missouri, and
Susan Walden Columbus of
Nebraska; brothers Mark
Andersen of Rochester and
Dr. Blake Andersen of
SMinneapolis..
Arrangements by Hiers-
Baxley Funeral Services in
Chiefland.

Mrs. Yvonne Rose
Bailey
Yvonne Rose Baile\ of
Old Town died Tuesday,
July 5, 2005, at her home.
She was 46.
Mrs. Bailey was born in
Orlando and moved to Old
Town six years ago. She
was a computer operator
and a homemaker.
She was a Baptist.
Survivors include her hus-
band of 16 years, Charles
W. Bailey Jr. of Old Town;
her mother, Vickie Talton
of England; brothers \Na' ne
Talton, of Springdale, Ar-
kansas, Alan Talton of Kis-
simnmee and Steven Talton
of Orlando; and a sister.
Lisa Blanchard of Kissim-
mee.
Arrangements b\ Worth
Cremation Service of
Florida in Gaines ille.

Mrs. .Annie Gene
Beauchamp
Mrs. Annie Genc
Beauchamp of Chieflanc
died Friday, July 1, 2005 ai
Hospice of the Tri-Counties,
Care Center in Chiefland
She \\a 7i5.
Mrs. Beauchamp was .a
lifelong resident of Lev)
Count\ and \as born in C)tiei
Creek.
Mrs. Beauchamp ,was
member of First United
Methodist Church o0
Chiefland and she was alsc
Chiefland's first Watermelor
Queen in 1946 (Annie Genc
Smith).
She is survived by her hus-
.band, James R. Beauchamn
of,Chiefland; a son. Jamic
Beauchamp of Chiefland:;
sister-in-la\, Nadine Deas ol
Chiefland: three grandson,
and a granddaughter-in-la"
Jim and Randi Beauchamp
Clint Beauchamp and Jakt
Beauchamp: three great.
granddaughters. Tenile
Molle and Annabelle.
A funeral service was hel
.Sunday, July 3, 2005 at the
Lnitcd Methodist Church ir
Chiefland with Rev. Hani
Cribb conducting the ser' ice.
Interment \\ill be held a
Chiefland Cemneter. '
Arrangements were .undei
the care of HIERS
BAXLEY FUNERAl
SERVICES, Chiefland.'

Mr. Thomas Gerald
Corni ne Sr.
Thomas Gerald Cornine
St. of Old Town died Tues-
day, July 5, 2005, at North
Florida Regional Medical
Center. He was 71.
Mr. Cornine moved to Old
Town in 1986 from Bangor,
Maine.


He worked for the de-
partment of defense for 13
years before retiring for
health reasons.
He was a member of the
Suwannee Sinkers Dive
Club and various American
Legion posts. He was a vet-
eran of the U.S. Navy, and
he was a Catholic.
He was preceded in death


sister, Sandra Woodard of
Bushnell; and four grand-
children.
Arrangements by Rick
Gooding Funeral Home in
Cross City.

Mr. Tony Joseph
Tony Joseph of Vero
Beach died Thursday, July
7, 2005, at Sebastian River
Medical Center. He was 94.


by a son, Michael Cornine.
Survivors include his wife,
Aggie Cornine of Old
Town; sons Thomas
Cornine Jr. of Old Town
and Patrick Cornine of Palm
Bay; daughters Colleen
Cornine of Old Town and
Joanne Triplett of High
Springs; and seven grand-
children.
Arrangements by Rick
Gooding Funeral Home in
Cross City.-

Mrs. Mary Jo Gaskin
Mary Jo Gaskin of Willis-
ton died Sunday, July 3,,
2005. She was 91.
Mrs. Gaskin was born in
Taylors Creek, Ga. She was
a homemaker and a member
of Orange ,Lake Baptist
Church.
She enjoyed fishing, visit-
ing the mountains, nature
and gospel music.
She was preceded in death
by, daughters Mary Eliza-
beth Smith and. JoAnn
Smith.
Survivors include daugh-
ters Amanda Jo Becker of
acrossos, Ga., and Penny
Amelia Moore of Williston;
seven grandchildren and 13
great-grandchildren.
Arrangements by Knauff
Funeral Home in Willistoir.

Mrs. Jennie P. Hillie
Jennie P. Hillie of Gaines-
ville died Frida\. She was
79.
Mrs. Hillie was born in
Stanford. Connecticut, and
also lied in Cedar Ke\ be-
fore rnmo ing to Gaines\ ille
from Ocala.
She was a piecew\orker in
a factor and she was a
Christian.
Survivors include .:,sons
Edward Hillie of Cedar Key
and Joseph Hillie of Ot-
tumwa, Iowa; a daughter.
Kath\ Wright of Cedar Key;,
Sa brother, Andrew Auri-
Semme. of Texas: siste,s.Mil-
lie Weckerly of Pennsyl-
vania and Kennette Galatie,
SConnecticut: and one grand-
son. ,
t Arrangements by Knauff
S.Funeral Home in Chief-'
land.

Mr. John Carlton
Johns Jr'.
John Carlton Johns Jr. of,
Trenton died Saturday, July
S9, .12005. He %was 70.
f IMr. Johns .was born in
Gaines\ ille and moved to
Trenton three years ago
from Suwannee. He w\as a
crabber in Suwannee for 30
- years and a commercial
? fisherman. :
He served in the U.S.
? Na\% and he %\as a Baptist.
f Survivors include a son.
John Carlton Johns III of
, Trenton: and three grand-
. 'children.
c Arrangements b\ Watson
Funeral Home in Trenton.

Mr. Douglas Byrnes
, Jones
i~ Douglas Byrnes Jones of
SOld Town died Wednesda',
July 6. 2005. at his home.
t He was 52.
Mr. Jones moved to OC)ld
r Town 20 \ears ago from
- Bushnell. He, was a member
of the Moose Lodge in Fan-
ning Springs.
Sur\ ivors include his
mother and stepfather,
Ernestine and Johnnie Duf-
fer of Bushnell: his compan-
ion, Barbara Cypert Jones
of Old Town; stepsons
James Bate of W.Va., Wil-
liam Bate of Chiefland and
Ronald Blewitt of Old
Town; a stepdaughter, Keri
McAndrew of Old Town; a


Williston Highlands Golf &
Country Club and a mother.
She was active in her
church, Holy Family Catho-
lic Church, and was an avid
golfer.
Survivors include her hus-
band of 53 years, Nicholas
A. Morrone of Williston; a
son, Christopher P. Morrone
of Nagoya, Japan; a brother,
Ed Lesley of Ogden, Utah; a
sister, Hazel Evans of West
Plains, Missouri;. and three


I


Mr. Joseph was born in
Peoria, Illinois, and moved
to Vero Beach two, and a
half years ago from Bron-
son.-
He was a retired painting
contractor and a member of
the Painters Union.
He was preceded in death
by his wife, Esther, and a
son, Ricky.
Survivors include daugh-
ters Barbara Atkins of
Crene Coeur, Illinois, and
Patricia Kurth of Vero
Beach; sons William Joseph
of Bronson and Jerry Joseph
of Sebastian; 14 grandchil-
dren; 21 great-grandchil-
dren; and six great-great-
grandchildren.
Arrangements by Seaw-
inds Funeral Home and
Crematory in Sebastian.

Mr. James Henry
Mc Williams
James Henry
McWilliams .of Trenton
died Wednesday, July 6,
2005.. He was 73.
Mr. McWilliams was born
in Poplar Bluff, Mo., and
moved to Trenton in 1989
from Davie.
He was a heavy-
equipment operator and a
member of Union Baptist
Church.
He "%as preceded in death
by his %wife, Dorene Bonita.
McWilliams, and a son, Ron
McWilliams.
Surni\ ors include his
mother, Flora Pyles
McGraw of Flint, Mich.; a'
daughter, Shari Hammel of
Flint; sons .Mike J.
McWilliams and Ste\ e
"Nasty'" McWilliams, both
of Trenton; a sister, Rose
Craig of Flint: a brother,
Eugene 'McWilliams of
Trenton; seven grandchil-
dren; and six great-
grandchildren.

Arrangements b% Watson
Funeral Home in Trenton.
-- -- ---------_____
Mr. Forrest Dewayne
Merwin
Forrest DewayneT Mer%'in
of Trenton died Sunday,
July: 10, 2005, at North,
Florida Regional Medical
Center. He was 83.
Mr. Merwin was born in
Marengo, MNichigan. "He
moved to Florida, in 1980 ,
and moved .to Le\) County'
in 1985.
He. was a retired barber
and seed in the U.S. Arm)'
during World War II.
He was a Jehovah's Wit-,
ness. .
Survivors include his
wife, Marian Mern\in of
Trenton; a daughter, Char-
Slotte .Vodjdoni of Atlanta;
sons Charles Merwin of
Battle Creek, Michigan, and'
Chester Merwin of Paw
Paw.; Michigan; a sister,
Isabell Buchannan of Mar-
shall, Michigan: a brother,
Dale Merwin of MNichigan;
seven grandchildren and
two great-grandchildren.
Arrangements by Hiers-
Baxley Funeral Services in
Chiefland.

SMrs. Louise L.
*" Morrone

Louise "Lou" L. Morrone
of Williston died Friday,
SJuly 8, 2005, at North Flor-
ida Regional Medical Cen-
ter after a long illness. She
was 83.
Mrs. Morrone was born in
,Gideon, Missouri, and
moved to Williston from
Virginia 30 years ago.
She was a retired cashier
for Northwest Federal
Credit Union, a member of


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grandchildren.
Arrangements by Forest
Meadows Funeral Home.

Mrs. Rosena
Patterson
Rosena Patterson of
Bronson died Sunday, July
3, 2005, at North Florida Re
gional Medical Center. She
was 81..
Mrs. Patterson was a life-
long resident of Bronson.
She was a retired nurse's
assistant for Tacachale.
She was a member of the
Apostolic Faith Temple
Church.
Survivors include her
husband of 63 years, Gibb
Patterson of Bronson;
daughters Shirley Taylor of
Bronson, Maxine Green of,
Gainesville, Gwendolyn Le-
Grand of Tampa, Vivian
Sims of Williston, Betty In-
gram and Rosa Patterson,
both of Jacksonville; sons
Eddie Patterson of Gaines-
ville, Gary Patterson Sr. of
Coatesville, Pennsylvania,
and Robert Patterson Sr. of
Bronson: a brother; Oscar
Gray of Jacksonville; sisters
Iola Porter of Ocala, Willie
Mae Crump of Bronson,
Elizabeth Littles of Queens,
New York, and Dorothy
Edwards of Bronson; 'and
nine grandchildren.
Arrangements by Carne-
gie Funeral Home in
Chiefland.

Mr. Charles Frank
Pirkey
Charles Frank Pirkey of
Bronson' died Sunday, July
10, 2005, at Hospice of the.:
Tri-Counties in Chiefland.
He %as 86.
:Mr. Pirkey was born in,
Harriston, Virginia. He
moved to Bronson in 2002
from Naples.
He was a retired painter
and a member of.the First
Baptist Church of Archer.
He was preceded in death
by his wife, Glad s Pirkey.,
Survivors include sisters
Annie Scrogham and Janet
Thomas, both of Virginia,
and Louise Newland of
Bronson: and brothers John
Pirkey of Stanton, Virginia,
Howard Pirkev of Grottoes,
Virginia, and Jake Pirkey of
Wavnesboro, Virginia.
Arrangements *by Hiers-
Baxley Funeral Services in:
Chiefland.

Mr. Paiul Andrewy
"Bud" Semancik
Mr. Paul Andrew "Bud"
Semancik of Fowlers Bluff
died Wednesday, July 6,
'2005. He was 82.
Mr. Semancik was born in
Maynard, Ohio and had lived
in Fowlers Bluff since 1982.
He %\as a retired engineer.
Mr. Semancik was a member
of St. John The Evangelist
Catholic Church in Chiefland
,and served in the United
States Army during World
War II.
He is survived by his wife,
Debra Semancik of Fowlers
Bluff: Kathleen Semancik.
the mother of his children:
four daughters, Sue Krielick
of Rochester, New York. Ju-


lie Stevens of Hudson, Ohio,
Jodi Andrick of Algonguin,
Illinois, and Kate Rosen-
winkel of South Beloit, Illi-
nois; 13 grandchildren; five
step-children; six step-
grandchildren; and numerous
nieces and nephews.
A funeral service was held
Wednesday, July 13, 2005 at
St. John the Evangelist
Catholic Church. Interment
followed at Hardeetown
Cemetery.
Arrangements were under
the care of HIERS-
BAXLEY FUNERAL
SERVICES, Chiefland.

Mrs. Johnnie Verrett
Johnnie Verrett of Cedar
Key died Sunday, July 3,
2005, in Gainesville. She
was 85.
Mrs. Verrett was born in
Frederick, Oklahoma, but
she was a longtime, resident
of Cedar Key.
She retired from the real
estate/investment profes-.
sion.
She was a Protestant and
enjoyed traveling.
She was preceded in death
by a son; William S. Pforr,
-and a daughter, Mary Lou
Norris.
Survivors include her hus-
band, Milton Verrett of
Cape Coral; four grandchil-
dren and 14 great-grand-.
children.
Arrangements by Knauff
Funeral Home in Chief-
land;

Mr. Donnie L.
Watson,
Donnie L. Watson of Wil-
liston died Saturday. July,
2005, at Nature Coast Re-
gional Hospital in Williston.
He was 76.
Mr. Watson was born in
Ne\\ bemr and moved 'to,
Williston from Bell one
year ago. He was a retired
carpenter.
He served in the U.S.
Army during the Korean
War and was a member of
the, Church of Christ.
Suri\ors '1irnclude his
wife, Iris Watson of Willis-
ton: sons Dan Watson of
Conroe. Texas, Nathan
Watson of Williston :and
Tim Watson of St.
Augustine; a daughter,
Debra Hertz of Orlando; sis-
ters Alma Kersey of Haines
City, Cindy Ford of Haines
Citr. Rub\ Russell of
Michigan. Inez Chapman of
Michigan and Shelvie
Mooneyham of Arkansas;
10 grandchildren; and fiye
great-grandchil-dren.
Arrangements by Knauff
Funeral Home.

The next best thing to know-
inhg something is -knowing
where to find it.
.. -Samuel Johnson


JULY 14, 2005


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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 for in-
formation call North Cen-
tral Florida Intergroup Of-
fice at (352) 372-8091
which is also a 24 hour lo-
cal hotline number. Tfnf
FOR SALE
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6 years, calm, trained, 15
hands $2000.00. Call 352-
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1990 Plymouth Grand
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6, A/C, 180K miles.
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(sets). Cutlass, Z-28, Rally.
$120 for each 'set. Call
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7/14p
New MOWER & CHAIN-
SAW PARTS: Stihl,
Husqvarna, Ayp, Murray,
Sears, MTD, Briggs,
Kohler, Robin, and Honda;
Blades for most mowers.'
Beauchamp Saw Shop,
493-4904 1/5/06p
FOR RENT
Two commercial rental
spaces available. High'
visibility at Hwy 27A,
Bronson. Very reasonable
rent includes cus-
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.and all utilities. 352-486-
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RECTOR -,Pure Water.
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tive Director to prepare
quarterly deliverables and
reports; write grants;
manager payables, Leceiv-
ables, bank account,
Board meeting minutes
and staff the office. Quali-
fications included college
degree or experience in a
field relating to nature
based tourism. Starting
salary is $20,000-$25,000
per year. Submit resume,
statement of qualifications,
recent employment expe-
rience and list of contact
persons to Mark Gluck-
man, Chairmen, Pure
Water Wildness, PO Box
214, Trenton, FL 32693.
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For day spa in Gainesville.
Call Andrea at 352-332-
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Professional drivers.
$1000 new hire bonus for
experienced drivers! Call
about dry bulk and flatbed
position at our Newberry
terminal, 866-300-8759.
7/14,28p
Levy County Board of
County Commissioners
has a Code Enforcement
position available. Dead-
line to apply is July 29,
.2005 at 5:00 p.m. Salary
, $12.90, per hour, plus
benefits.' For job qualifica-
tions. and application con-
tact Levy County Human
Resource, Post Office Box
310, Bronson, Florida
32621. Phone: 352-486-
5219, Fax: 352-486-5167,
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4110. 7/14b
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for country and southern
rock band. Call Harold at
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and failure to appear for
habitual violator, DUI,
reckless driving, and fleeing
to elude. No bond was set.
On July 2, 2005, Joseph
W. Brooks, D.O.B.'
07/10/53, of Williston was
arrested on a Levy County
warrant for possession and


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Call 352-493-2612.
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censed and insured, free
estimates, 17 years experi-
ence, and 24-hr. emer-
gency service. Call 352-
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Mowing, trimming, sod,
Sshrub grooming, mulch-
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washing, seasonal clean
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Levy County
Sheriff's

Arrest

Report
The Levy County Sheriffs
Department released the
following arrest reports on
Monday, July 11, 2005.
On June 30, 2005, Charles
Richard Hendry, .D.O.B.
02/04/77, of Newberry was'
extradited from ,Alachua
County, and arrested on a
Levy County Department of
Corrections warrant for vio-
lation of probation for deal-
ing in stolen property. No
bond was set.
On July 1, 2005, Sammy
Cleveland Cannon, D.O.B.
02/19/8 1, of Cedar Key was
arrested for domestic vio-
lence. Bond was set at
$5,000.
On July 1, 2005, Amy
Jean McKay, D.O.B.
03/24/63, of Inglis: was ar-
rested on a Citrus-County
%\arrant for petituretail theft.
Bail is set at $500.
On July 1, 2005. Sheilie
Lutes Russell, D.O.B.
05/10/62, of Yankeetown
was arrested on a Citrus
County writ of attachment
for non- payment of child
support Bond is set at
$1,927.
On July 1, 2005, Maurice
Antonio Oliver, D.O.B
'03/10/83, of Chiefland was
arrested on a Levy County
warrant for violation of pro-
bation for sale and pos-
session 'of
a controlled substance.
On July 2, 2005, Tina
Louise Petrow, D.O.B.
11/24/69, of Bronson was
arrested on a Levy County
warrant 'for grand
theft/larceny theft of more
than $300 and less than
$5.000. Bond was set at-
$5,000.
On July 2, 2005, Jonathon,
Lee Touchet, D.O.B.
03/05/70, of Bronson was
- arrested on Levy County
warrant for producing mari-
juana. Bond was set at
$5,000.
S, On July2, 2005,,Michelle
Mallorie McKay, D.O.B.
09/23/86, of Inglis was ar-
rested on a Levy County
warrant for kidnapping a
minor and interfering with
custody. Bond was set
$5,000.
On July 2, 2005, Otis.
Wayne Vaughn, D.O.B.
03.'05'70, of Bronson was
arrested on a Levy County
warrant for producing mari-
juana. Bond. was set at
$5,000.
On July 2, 2005, Michael
L. Edmonds, D.O.B.
09/19/60, of Chiefland was
arrested on two Georgia
warrants for violation of
probation for theft by taking


WANTED IN LEVY COUNTY


sale of methamphetamine.
Bond was set at $25,000.
On July 2, 2005, Leon
Wiggins, D.O.B. 10/28/65,
of Bronson was arrested on
warrants for failure to ap-
pear on battery and larceny
charges. Bond was set at
$25,000.
On July 3, 2005, Robert
Dean Page, D.O.B. 05/2/66,
of Chiefland was arrested
on a Levy County warrant
for failure to appear for ar-
raignment for larceny/petit
theft, first offense. Bail was
set at $2,500.
On July 3, 2005, Jose Jer-
ardo, D.O.B. 03/09/84, of
Trenton was arrested for no
driver license. Bail was set
at $500.
On July 3, 2005, George
Frederick Rowell, D.O.B.
09/23/50, of Williston was
arrested on a Levy County
warrant for driving while
license suspended' or re-
voked. Bond was set at
$5,005.
On July 3, 2005, Nicholas
Eugene Edmondson,
D.O.B. 03/14/79,:, of
Gainesville was arrested on
a Levy County warrant for
failure to appear for open,
container. Bond 'set at
$1000.
On July 4, 2005, Jonathan
D. Kirkland, D.O.B.-
04/29/91, of Williston was
arrested for grand theft auto.
On July -4, 2005, Ronnie'
Levene Walker, D.O.B.
10/05/83, of Williston was
arrested on four different
Levy County warrants for
charges bf violation of pro-
bation for 4 counts of sale
of cocaine. No bond was
set.
On July 5, 2005, Danette
Parmley, D.O.B. 09/09/58,
of Williston was arrested 'for
domestic battery. Bail was
set at $2,500.
On July 5, 2005, Jacob
Hobbs, D.O.B. 09/7/80, of
Chiefland was arrested on
an active Levy County war-
rant for violation of proba-
tion for grand theft. No
bond was set.
On July 5, 2005, Virgil 0.
Stewart, D.OtB. 01/27/68,
ot'Ocalar \ as arrested on
warrants for violation of
probation on' charges of
dealing in stolen property,
grand theft, burglary ,to a
dwelling and two counts of
burglary to a structure. No
bond was set.
On July 5, 2005, Boyd
Chisolm, D.O.B., 01/16/60,
of Orangeburg, South- Caro-
lina, was arrested on an ac-
tive warrant for violation of
probation for driving while'
license suspended or re-
voked. Bond was set at
$2,500.
On July 6, 2005, Tiki
Monique Albritton, D.O.B.
08/19/83, of Trenton was
arrested on 3 Levy Countr
warrants for failure to ap-
pear for violation of pro-
bation for arraignment
charges. Bond was set at:
$10,000.
On Jull 6. 2005. Lac0 C.
Howard, D.O.B. 09/20/78,
of Bronson was arrested on
two Levy County warrants
for violation of probation
for charges of for-
gerT 'uttering forged instru-
ment, grand theft. The first
charge's bond was set for
$10,000.or $10'0O cash and
the second was set for
$2,500 or $250 cash.
On July 6, 2005, George
Steven Donnelly, D.O.B.
05/15/65, of Williston was
transported from the
Alachua County Jail on two
active capiases for failure to
appear for violation of case
management, operating
with driver license revoked,
and false report to law en-
forcement officer. Bail was


Kenneth C.
Sheppard
Date of birth: 11-22-60
Last known Address:
Trenton
Wanted for: FTA
DWLSR Knowingly


Mark Paul
Davenport
Date of birth: 12-11-64
Last known Address:
Inglis
Wanted for:FTA
Attach'Tag Not
Assigned


Frances Erika
Congi
Date of birth: 3-6-48
Last known Address:
Gainesville
Wanted for:
Fraud/Forgery


Melanie Ann
Pettigrew
Date of birth- 9-3-68
Last known Address"
Chietland
VWanted for: \'OP
Forgers


Willie West, III
Date of birth: 3-20-72
Last known Address:
Archer
Wanted for: Child
Support Writ


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


03/02/84, of Williston was
arrested on a Levy County
\\arrant for failure to ap-
pear, no dri er's license.
Bail was set at $5005.:
On July 7, 2005, Malina
Gaye Luke, D.O.B.
06/25/68, of Williston was
arrested on a Bradford
County warrant for grand
theft auto and violation of
probation, grand theft auto.,
Bail was set for $5,000.
On July 7, 2005, Ronald
G. Br3an, D.O.B. 02/13/63,.
of Chiefland was arrested
on a Levy County warrant
for J violation of probation,
felony DUI. No Bond was.
set.
. On July 7, 2005. Michael
S. Fordham, D.O.B..
10/25/74, of Morriston
turned himself in on a Levy
County. -warrant. for .-iola-
tion of probation., for-,
ger/'uttering a forged in-
strument. Bond was set at
$10,000,.
On July 7, 2005, Eric
Lamar Cue, D.O.B.
07/20/69, of Bell was ar-
rested on an Alachua
County warrant for viola-
tion of probation, posses-
sion of controlled substance.
Bond was set at $5,000.
On July 7, 2005, Robert,
Baran, D.O.B. 01/12/51, of
Dunnellon \\as arrested on a
Marion County \arrant for
driving while license sus-
pended. or revoked. Bond,
was set at $2,000.
On July '7, 2005 Eve
Beckelweimer, D.O.B.
11/16/80, of Trenton was
arrested on a Levy County
warrant for grand theft III.
Bond \ as set at $2,500.
On Jul\ 8. 2005. Priscilla
Ann Meeks, D.O.B.'
08'08,'65. of Williston was
arrested on a Levy County
warrant for fraud and theft
over $300. Bond was set at


Sheriff's
Corner
Hello everyone and wel-
come to this week's Sher-
iff's Corner. I hope every-
one made it through Hurri-
cane Dennis without too
much discomfort, injury 'or
damage. For many, the an-
ticipation was the worst
part. I know there are more
tropical depressions on their
way. We'll .continue to do
e\e-erthing we can to help
.ensure )our safety.
The main topic this week
and next has to do with in-
formation on our meth lab
situations as well as some of
the safety issues surround-
ing meth labs.
Clandestine Meth Labs
and the manufacturing of
methamphetamine is at epi-
demic proportions in Flor-
ida and just about every
other state. Our concerns
are appropriate because the
dangers are real.
Methamphetamine or
"meth" is a powerful and


highly addictive stimulant.
Meth is produced in illegal
drug labs using easily ob-
tained household chemicals
and cold medicines that
contain ephedrine. ,
We've learned that a typi-.
cal "meth cook" makes
, from 48 to 72 batches of
meth a year.
An additional problem is
that these "meth cooks" also
train about 10 others to be
able to make the drug. Meth
labs are getting smaller and
'are being found \ir[ually
everywhere, including
houses and apartments,
trailers and motor homes,
cars, trucks, motel rooms,
garages, sheds and even un-
derground.
Because of this, law en-
forcement has to know more
about meth and the labs that
.p.odu9ce meth. Law en-
forcement and first re-
sponders or anyone coming
in contact with a function-
ing. lab is in great danger.
Explosions from chemicals
used in the manufacturing
process are common. In fact
20 to 30 percent of discov-
ered meth labs were found
because of fires and explo-
sions. Some of the chemi-
cals commonly used include
ether, which is e\iremnel
explosive; ethyl alcohol.
with is- extremely .flamma-
ble, red phosphorous, which
can explode due to friction.
Also red phosphorous is,
used in fireworks. Also
sometimes used is hypo-
phosphorous acid which if
overheated caw produce
deadly phosphine.gas.


Next week we'll conclude
the topic with some safety
information and suggestions
about what to do if you
come in contact with any-
thing connected to a lab.
Take care.
Sheriff Johnny Smith


FWC

Weekly
Report
For July 1-7
This report represents
some significant events the
FWC handled over the past
week; however, it does not
include all actions taken by
the Division of Law En-
forcement.
LEEVY COUNTY
Dixie and Levy County of-
ficers assisted Investigator
Jay Russel in investigating a
serious boating accident that
-occurred off Deer. Island in
Levy' County. The airboat
accident resulted with a male
juvenile being airlifted to
Shands Hospital in
Gainesville and the operator
being arrested for BUI and
booked into the Levy County
Jail.

Canned rattlesnake meat was
first sold on May 22, 1931 by
George Kenneth End, president
of the Floridian Products Cor-
poration.

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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


Page Eleven


JULY 14. 2005





LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


City Of Chiefland

Joins Suwannee-

River Partnership


Continued from page one
is meeting or exceeding its
projected goals.
There is no cost share to
the city for joining the Part-
nership, Thomas said, add-
ing that Levy County joined
last year.
In other business, the
commissioners:
*approved the 2005 city
election canvassing board.
*approved an agreement
for a $200,000 grant for
Buie Park. What will be
done on the project will be
decided at a later date,
*heard citizen complaints
about Waste Pro. Walker
concurred with Sylvia
McCullar, a Chiefland resi-
dent who expressed con-
cerns about the company's
inconsistencies. Walker sug-
gested that since the city has
a contract, it was time they
held them accountable and
start levying fines against
Waste Pro.
*tabled the adoption of a


resolution aimed at Emer-
gency Management until
each commissioner can re-
view the plan.


The Levy
County
Tourist
Development
Council To
Meet
July 21

The Levy County Tourist
Development Council will
meet on Thursday, July 21,
2005, at 6:00 p.m. at the
Black Prong Equestrian Cen-
ter, 450 SE CR 337, Bron-
son.

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is a great way for them to learn
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JULY 14, 2005


Williston City Hall

Bids Farewell To


Friend
By Tracie OSteen
In the midst of all the up-
heaval over the fate of our
City Manager, Williston
City Hall is losing one of its
own in Billing Clerk and
Airport Administrative As-
sistant Karla Dass.
This came as somewhat of
a shock as Karla has pretty
much become a fixture at
City Hall and a dependable
friend to all of us who have
had the privilege of working
with her.
Karla has been able to
share her unique perspective
with those of us who have
come after her. She's al-
ways added a drop of sun-
shine and even temper to
her sometimes demanding
positions.
More recently, for the past
three years, the responsibil-
ity of assisting the Chamber
of Commerce with the 4th
of July festivities has fallen
to her. Karla's job entailed,
but certainly was not lim-
ited to, intercepting calls to
set people up for our parade


and securing vendors and
children's entertainment for
the events at the Horse-
man's Park. Obviously, she
does not do this single-
handedly, but she has been
City Hall's contact and will
be greatly missed in this ca-
pacity, as well.
Karla, we want you to
know that we wish you all
the best in your future en-
deavors in your new posi-
tion at Nature Coast Re-
gional Hospital and you will
be greatly missed by all
who have become your
friends over the-years.
We love you.

Poley Horne
Reunion Set
For August 7
The Grandpa Poley Home
reunion is being planned for
Sunday, August 7th at the
Levy County Quilt Museum.
Bring food, pictures and
stories to last the whole day.
Call 493-2801 for more in-
formation:


Chiefland CAAA 14 and under 2005 District Champs. This Chiefland team went for the
gold at the July 2, tournament which was held in Newberry. Front row, left to right: Johnny
Williams, Ric Whittington, Daniel Webb, Chase Home, Jason King, Johnathan OSteen,
and Coach Richard Whittington. Back row, left to right: Coach Matt Steed, Sam Shultz,
Matt Goins, Adam Hiers, Dane Cothron, Colby Brock, Clenton Wasson, Manager Jamie
OSteen and, not pictured, Coach Jamie Brock.


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Hearing Planned For

August 15 To Hear

Complaints Against

Chiefland Police Chief


Continued from page one
was already a vehicle outfit-
ted for the K-9 unit. Neither
could understand why the
police chief needed to as-
sign another vehicle to the
unit and outfit it as well.
Jenkins explained that the
car that was used by Bolton
was on its last legs and had
been in the city barn for the
past two weeks. A vehicle
transporting the dog must
run all the time for cooling
purposes and the chief ad-
mitted, there are older vehi-
cles that do not have work-
ing air conditioning.
Commissioner Teresa
Barron said she thought
Bolton should have the ve-
hicle because she sees him
daily in his capacity as a
Patrolman.
"Why don't you take ithe
money made from all the
drug arrests and buy another
car?" The Rev. Scott asked.
accusing the commissioners
of failing to let Jenkins do
his job. "There are no law-
suits now," Scottn said. "The'
city should be grateful."
Commissioner Teal
Pomeroy also said he was
under the impression that a
dog cage was already on
hand so nothing new would
be needed.
"The city has a large in-
vestment with its K-9 unit,"
said Nate Ingram of the
Florida Police Benevolent
Association. "You have a
show piece animal." Ingram
said the thought of putting
the dog in a vehicle that had
90,000 miles on it and was
expected to run 12 hours a
da\ was not a good idea.
With over $79,000 in
revenues from drug arrests
and citations, Ingram said
the officer's salary, the dog
and car was paid for, as he
urged the commissioners to
be more supportive.
When it came time for the
vote, it was noted that the
chief has the authority to
assign vehicles as he sees
fit. He was only before the


commissioners to request a
budget amendment for
$1,400 to be moved from
legal expense to K-9 ex-
pense.
The commissioners. voted
3-2 to allow the amendment
with Walker and Bayard
dissenting.


Grandparents
Making A
Difference!
Isn't that what we all hope
to do?
Well there are people in
the Tri-Count\ area Who
make a difference everyday.
They 'are the 1,300 plus
grandparent' households
raising grandchildren at a
time when raising children
%'as not xhai the\ had envi-
si6ned for their' goldn years.
Many are already living on
fixed incomes and wonder
how they will make. their
dollars stretch for food and
medicine. Feeding, clothing,
and educating grandchildren
was not a part of their ex-
pectations. Neither was the
store of energy, patience and
wisdom that would be
needed.
A grandparents forum will
be held on August 13th at
Hardeetown Baptist, Church
in Chiefland from 8:30 a.m.
to 1:00 p.m.
The day will include a dis-
cussion by a panel of com-
munity service providers,
guest speakers, and vendors.
There will be fabulous door
prizes. Lunch and all activi-
ties are free, but registration
is required to ensure enough
food and materials for every-
one attending.
A separate program of fun
activities, school supplies,
and lunch will be provided
for the grandchildren by
various community sponsors.
Please watch the Journal
for more information.

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