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Y COUNTY JOURNAL

-iE COUNTY PAPER EST. 19 j
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VOL. 82, NO.6


THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 2005 1 SECTION: 16 PAGES


50 cents per copy


INSIDE


Burglary suspect
charged
Page 5









Are you ready for
some football?
Page 8

OBITUARIES

Gerald Bayless, 70
Jackie Benton, 80
Emer) Braswell 69
Arw,-n Bridger, 86
Daphna Hand, 70
Johnny Henry, 51
William Hines Jr., 46
Mildred Hodges, 92
Sandra Joiner, 57
Amion Markham, 12
Pat Motes, 76
Viola Oate,. 69 :
Doroth: Peters, 90
Dorothy Porter. "0
Florence Reames, 85
De\'in Stefanosk\ S '
Lort Stefano.sk' 24
Shirle\ Tice, 70
David Thomas. 53
Geneva turner. 84
HOME OF ..


Wendy Clark
of Chiefland
CONTENTS...

Education 2
Around Lewv 3 &6
Opinion 4
Law & Courts 5
Family/Religion 6
Sport-s & Recreation 7-'4
Obituaries 10
Land Transfers 11 &15
Tides 15
Classmieds 12
Legal 13-14


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Suspect


sought in,


shooting

BY KEN DOUGHERTY
STAFF WRITER
A man was found dead
early Monday morning and
law enforcement officers are
seeking a possible suspect in
the shooting, authorities said.
According to the Levy
County Sheriff's Office,
Rafael L. Jamie, 29, of a NW
82nd Court address southwest
of Chiefland, was found dead
in his home about 3 a.m. by
sheriff's deputies.
The sheriff's office
spokesman said that a
Hispanic male between 5-
foot-4 and 5-foot-6 with very
short hair, a goatee and a
moustache, is being sought in
the case.
The suspect may be driving
a blue Chevrolet Corsica or
Cavalier or a black extended-
cab Mazda pickup truck,
authorities said.
The body of the victim
has been sent to the Medical
Examiners office for autopsy.
Sheriff's investigators
and the Florida Department
of .Law Enforcement. are


A.D. Andrews Nursery



Business of the Year


BY CAROLYN RISNER
MANAGING EDITOR
Andy Andrews shuns
the spotlight, but last week
there was no getting out of
it for this sixth generation
Floridian as the Chiefland
Chamber of Commerce
singled out his nursery as
Business of the Year.
The annual honor helps
kick off Industry Appre-
ciation Week Sept. 19 and
Chiefland will pay tribute
to the A.D. Andrews Nurs-
ery at its luncheon Sept.
20. ..
For Andrews, the ac-
colade is much ado about
that which he loves to do.
It was the late 1970s,
Andrews recalls when
he had reached a turning
point in his life and needed
direction--and needed it in
a hurry.
"I was down to my last
SeeA.D.Page 16


Journal photo by Carolyn Risner
THE FAMIlLY that holds it together at Andrews Nursery includes, front, from
left, Antonio Banales. Robert Brady, Linda Cooper, Wayne Locke, A.D. (Andy)
Andrews, Nate McClendon, Dennis Deming, Agraciano De Leon, Leandro De
Leon. Back, from left, Linda Crathwohl, Terry Phillips, Jennifer Williams and
Teal Pomeroy.


County feeling the pinch due to soaring fuel costs


BY CXROLVN4 RISNER
Managing Editor
If you think you're alone
w\hen you sob at the gas
pump. think again.
Local government is echo-:
ing your mournful cries.
At Tuesday's regular meet-
ing of the Lev' County Board
of Commissioners, two de-.
partment heads requested
they be allowed to dip into
their contingency funds cit-
ing higher fuel costs as a ma-
jor reason.
Matt Weldon, assistant di-
rector of parks and recreation
said he needed about $5,000
more to carry him over until
the next fiscal year. Weldon
attributed the need to ever-in-
creasing fuel prices.
Emergency Medical Ser-
vices Director Marie Wells
sang the same tune except
hers was a little louder as


Mud Lovers


FOR MOST OF us, this would be a scene
where a cry of despair is heard by all. But
for a group of Levy Countians, it's all part of
a fun day in the bog. For more on the story, see'
page 7


are eating into her budget.
The ,commissioners ap-
proved both requests.
Also during his report,
Weldon announced that the
Federal Emergency Manage-
ment Agency (FEMI-A) will
fully fund the repair to the
Big Dock on Cedar Key..
The county received a
$200,000 grant last month to
help with the work, but now
that FEMA has pledged its
help, the moneN will be re-,
turned. *
Weldon also received the
green light to apply for grant
money to de\ elop an RV park
at Beck Park.
He said the proposed park
will have 35 full hook-ups, a
dump site and'a bathhouse.
In other business, Road Su-
perintendent Bruce Greenlee
asked for guidance on how to


handle paying jobs.
Currently at least two resi-
dents are offering to pay par-
tial costs of paving.
There was some ques-
tion if the funds were avail-
able should those projects be
pushed to the top of the list.
How ever, it was also noted
that some residents have been
waiting for years to get the
county pave their roads and it
wouldn't seem fair to them to
push other projects ahead.
If a resident is funding 100
percent of the paving costs
then it would be practical to
move that project up %while
the money is still available.'
If it is only partial pay-
ment, most commissioners--
and members of the public--
agreed those roads should be
fitted into the current priority
list.


The commissioners also
heard from Karen Usher
White who urged the com-
.missioners to develop and
enact a conser, ation plan for
Levy County.
W\\ite said that other coun-
ties such as Manatee and
Collier already had such pro-
grams in place. While protect-
ing greenspace, the conser-
vation plans also encourage
eco-tourism--people coming
to the area to appreciate the
flora and fauna.
With Southern forests
making up more timber than
any other region in the world,
White said something needs
to be done and soon or Lev-
CountN \\ill be faced \with a
blight.
"'Timber is not being re-

See BOC Page 16


she explained that the ENIS
has doubled over last year
the number of calls it has re-
sponded to.
Compounding matters, the
department is about seven
members short and thos-e \\ho
are working are pulling extra
shifts which equals a lot of
overtime, Wells said.
"This is a. nationwide
shortage," she said. adding
that in Marion County, EMS
is down five trucks due to a
paramedic shortage,
A lot of it has to do with-
bumrn out, Wells told the conm-
missioners. "Plus the money
is not there." she said.
Wells, asked for $146,700
to be moved from contin-
gency fund so her department
can ride out the fiscal year.
In addition to overtime,
pay, she also said fuel prices


Chiefland weighs impact fees


BY KEN DOUGHERTY
STAFF WRITER
As the city of Chiefland
grows, so will the need for
street improvements and the
way to pay for that is impact
fees, according to, the city
manager.
Fees now charged for wa-
ter and sewer are adequate to
keep those systems working,
said Ed Smith, but as four
housing developments and
more than .1,0i.i homes gen-
erate more traffic, streets and
turn lanes will be needed.I
Without. the fees, city tax-
payers will pay all of the cost,
Smith told the city's commis-
sioners recently.
The fee will be unlike
those charged by county gov-
ernments, he said, because it
will be only for transportation


improvements.
Counties charge fees for
libraries, parks, schools, wa-
ter and sewer, fire sen ices,
transportation improvements
and other services it supplies
to its citizens. Chiefland is in-
terested only in a transporta-
tion impact fee, the city man-
ager said.
There are restrictions on
the use of impact fees, he ex-
plained.
"Impact fees can be used'
only for capital improv-
ments," according to Smith,
and not for maintenance of
the .purpose for which they.
are charged. The fee can only
be charged to new construc-
tion, not on existing housing
or a business building.
The city won't see the fee
proposed generate funds any-


time soon, he noted.
First the city's fee commit-
tee will have to make a rec-
ommendation to the commis-
sion about whether to charge
the fee and how much the city
should charge, he said.
Then a plan will have to
be developed by a specialist
to determine a fair fee, and
Smith has a plan for that.
"The least expensive way
to do it \ ill be to go through
the Withlacoochee Regional
Planning Council," he said,
because it has a specialist un-
der contract and the city pays
dues to the council for its ser-
vices.
The specialist will deter-
mine traffic volume and what
is known as a level of service

See Fees Page 16


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Managing Editor
Carolyn Risner
Phone
(3521490-4462


Fax
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(3531486-5042 Bronson
Email
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Address
P.O. Box 159 Bronson. FL 32621-0159
P.O. Box 2000 Chlefland. FL 32644-2090


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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


EDUCATION


THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 2005


Bronson High has new leadership


BY KEN DOUGHERTY
STAFF WRITER
The most important aspect
in a learning environment is
attitude, according to the new
principal of Bronson Middle/
High School.
"We are going to be very
proactive in developing a
good attitude in the teachers
and the students. In educa-
tion, attitude is everything,"
said Valerie Boughganem
said.
"When the teachers have
a positive attitude, the stu-
dents benefit. It is critical to
student success. We have to
make sure that they are ready
to go out into the world," she
explained.
The new principal has
worked in the education field
for 18 years as a teacher and
administrator. Her most re-
cent post was as principal of
the Levy County school dis-
trict's Hilltop School.
"The saftct. and security of
the caimpu- is important' she,
adds, "" Il h teachers and staff
have to be w\ ell trained."
Literacy will continue to be
a high priority at the school.
she said.
The school also has a new


VALERIE BOUGHANEM assumes the duties of
Bronson Middle/High School with Kevin Purvis,.
new assistant principal at the school.


New fingerprint law raising questions


The Levy County School
System announces the
following lunches:
Monday, Aug. 22
Hamburger on Bun
Lettuce, Tomato
Tater Tots
Fruit Pie
Milk
Tuesday, Aug. 22
Fish on Bun
Baked Beans
Coleslaw
Peaches
Milk
Wednesday, Aug. 24
Sloppy Joe on Bun


Corn
Salad
Fruited Jell-O
Milk
Thursday, Aug. 25
Chicken Nuggets
Mashed Potatoes
Broccoli
Chilled Fruit
Roll
Milk
Friday, Aug. 26
Corn Dog
Baked beans
French fries
Chilled Fruit
Milk


assistant principal.
Kevin Purvis comes to the
Bronson school from the Ala-
chua County school system.
In his career he has taught
social studies and history,
served as a department chair,
a defensive football coach
and a dean of students.
Purvis said his philosophy
is that students should under-
stand the rules and why they
exist.
"When I was coaching, I
never let them walk home
wondering what they did
wrong and why they were
corrected," Purvis said.
Students are comfortable
when they know that the
rules, and disciplinary ac-
tions, will be applied evenly
and fairly, he said.
Bdughanem said that mov-
ing to a new school next year
will be exciting, but there is
still a lot of nostalgia for the
old building with some ar-
eas that have served students
since the 1930s.
"We have discussed seek-
ing out the oldest graduate
from the school," she said,
"We would really like to hear
from the community about
who that might be.


BY KEN DOUGHERTY
STAF WRITER
Legislation to protect
children from human
predators has local school
officials wondering how to
meet the letter of the law.
School Superintendent
Cliff Norris said that the ne%%
law, passed fbllowing'amn'ic
abduction and murder in
Citnirs county in the spring,
is open to some interpretation
but makes background
checks the responsibility of
the school system.
"In the strictest
interpretation of the law,
every individual including
the meter reader, various
delivery persons delivering
milk, Cokes... every
photographer, officials of
games and sporting events,
every guest speaker would
have to be fingerprinted and
have a background check,"
Norris explained.
Cathy Birdsong, personnel
director for the school system,
explained that in the Citrus
C, -unty incident Jessica
Marie Lunsford. a 9-year-
old student in Homosassa,
was apparently targeted by
confessed killer John Evander
Couey last spring while .he
worked for a subcontractor of
a new school project.
She said that the law states
that all instructional and non-
instructional personnel must
pass the checks, and now
the law includes any vendor,
corjlrdcto or anyone else,
which could include parents,


MARY ELLEN PAULK, secretary in the Human
Resources office of the Levy County School
Board at left, explains and demonstrates elec-


tronic fingerprinting to
Jennefer Shuster.

needs to be checked out as
well.
The personnel said that
there continues to be a lot
of controversy- about how to
inieqrliret the law.
She explained tlut
fingerprinting is no longer an
ink and card file that can take


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School Board Member


weeks to be cleared by law
enforcement agencies.
Birdsong said that
fingerprints are now taken
and stored digitally and sent
electronically to the FBI and
FDLE (Florida Department
of Law Enforcement) and
results, have come back in as

BES August

calendar
Thursday, Aug. 18 Third
grade open house at 6:30 p.m.
in the classroom.
Wednesday, Aug. 23
Fifth grade open house ai
6:30 p.m. in the classroom.
Wednesday, Aug. 24 -
Early release day.
Thursday, Aug. 25 The
kindergarten open house at
6:3 0 p.m. in the classroom.
Monday, Aug. 29 -
Volunteer orientation (for
field trips only) at 6:30 p.m
in Media Center.
Tuesday, Aug. 30 -
Volunteer orientation (fo:
field trip and classroom
at 6:30 p.m. in the .Media
Center.
Wednesday, Aug. 31
Volunteer orientation (fo
field and classroom) at 8:3(
a.m. in the front office.


quickly as a half hour and it's eCiil CUU4LiU11,aL aiiu Uf'. .....
very rare for a background clubs focusing on those specific topics.
chery rare for a background If you are interested in forming a 4-H Club, a training session
check to take longer than a willbe held at the Levy County Extension Office in Bronson,
day. on Sept. 29 at 4:30 p.m. To pre-register contact either Evelyn
Birdsong said new Mathis or Stacey Ellison at the Levy County Extension Office at
employees pay the $61 (352) 486-5131, or levy@mail.ifas.ufl.edu.
cost for the check, and the
school system has five years
to re-check all of its 1,000 .h, u
,emppy.e 9hmrm ,.. :-I:NCM S plans open house,
"Some: employees, who
'have been here for many Chieflai5d Middle School ill h6os anopennouseonThurs-
years are not in the system," day, Aug. 25 from 6:30 p.m. until 8 p.m. in the Assembly
she said,, and the new law Room.
requires a complete record. You may meet the new administrators as well as visit with
The director said that it is your child's teachers.
anticipated that the school Nominations for School Improvement Committee members
board will spend $10,000 a will be taken, a Book. Fair will be open for parents and stu-
year for the next five years to dents to purchase books and information on CMS's clubs will
complete the requirement. be available. Please plan to attend and bring your students.
Norris said that everyone
in the school system believes
it is important for schools Teachers: Tell us when your classes
to be safe and secure, and are doing something special. We want
the best legal advice at the are
moment seems to be to make to be there if we can.
a "diligent effort" to comply Call Carolyn at 490-4462
with the legislation.
The superintendent said
that people who visit the
schools and grounds should Cea EXpreSSzonS
be chaperoned by school ,t er .
district employees or at least T iesfoair-*Everts
remain within their sight. Cuts-Cofor-Jfighiigfits-Penrns
"If there is any ,

up to our employees to stop it .
immediately," Norris said. Locatedsouth of Bronson on Hfighway 27-A .9
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4-H on the look out for

community volunteers

4-H in Levy County is seeking adult volunteers to work with
young people enrolled in the program.
"We need people who have an interest in spending time
with young people and who want to learn alongside them," says
Stacey Ellison, 4-H Agent in Levy County.
Currently over 200 young people are enrolled in the coun-
ty's community and project club program. They are in\ol'. ed in
a variety of activities and projects, including theatre arts, shoot-
ing sports, marine science, sewing, public speaking, livestock
and community 'service.
Levy County 4-H is in need of adult volunteers interested in
forming 4-H community clubs in our county. Volunteers serving
in these positions can expect to hold at least one club meeting
a month during the school year. Though the program is seek-
ing people to help provide guidance to 4-H activities in genera,
people with specific skills and interests are also needed. Those
with photography, gardening, livestock, music, civic and gov-
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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


AROUND LEVY COUNTY


THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 2005


Chiefland Chamber open house today

Seeking local artifacts for display


The Greater Chiefland
Area Chamber of Commerce
has moved its offices into
the train depot building situ-,
ated in Trailhead Park at 23
Southeast 2nd Ave.
All area businesses are in-
vited to join Chamber mem-
bers and affiliates at an open
house social today, Aug. 18
between 5-7 p.m. at that lo-
cation.
The evening's sponsors in-


STEVE BARLOW, Kathy Whatley and Bruce Co-
lin were honored in Atlanta for their volunteer-
ism with National Wildlife Refugees.


Trio singled out for


volunteer efforts.


National Wildlife Refuges
were given the opportunity
to nominate their own and
their outstanding volunteers
in an award ceremony held
in Atlanta last month, where
Lower Suwannee Refuge
Manager Kathy Whaley
joined the nominees.
Among the first to be
honored was former Lower
Suwannee Wildlife Biologist,
Steve Barlow.
Barlow started working at
the refuge xhile a Chiefland
High student as a one-man-
Youth Conseration, Corps.
Years later, when the chance
came for the refuge to hire
a full time biologist, Barlow
was the premiere choice.
He brought a lifetime of
knowledge of the habitat,"
wildlife and all the research
partners an agency could
hope for. With his inventive,
cutting edge projects, he gave,
the refuge staff tangible goals
and revitalized purpose.
The refuge also nominated
the firstpresident ofits Friends
group to receive the Regional
Director's Award this year. In
addition Bruce Colin, former
elementary Science and art
teacher in New York City was
a recipient due to the photo-
documentation he has done
for the refuge over the .last
five years.
"Joan Stephens has been
a tireless volunteer and true


Friend of Lower Suwannee
and Cedar Keys National
Wildlife Refuges," said
Whaley during the ceremony.
"She was a founding member
of our Friends Group and
served as president for four
years remaining on the Board
of Directors these past two
years." She is also active
in a local organization that,
promotes clean, water and
protection of the, beautiful
Suwannee River.
Birice Colin's latest
articles and photographs can
be seen .in both the spring
and summer issues of Nature
Photographer magazine,
where he boasts about. the
two local refuges and the
captivating wildlife that
abounds here. "Bruce has
donated thousands- of dollars
worth of his work to benefit
our Friends group fundraising;
efforts," added Karen
Johnson, administrative
officer. "...not to mention the
documentary work Bruce did
for Steve's discovery of an
endangered species two years
ago!"
These three are just a
small number that make a
difference in the well being:
of our nation's wildlife and
the habitat that sustains,
them. If you're interested in
volunteering' or participating
in the Friends group, call the
refuge,at 352/493-0238.


Chiefland workshop


set for capital projects

There will be a Capital Improvement Program workshop
in Chiefland City Hall on Aug. 18 beginning at 6 p.m. in city
hall:. "
S The. program, commonly called a CIP, lists needed proj-
'ects and the commission determines the priorit- of each of
the projects.
City Manager Ed Smith noted that many of the citr's build-
ings need ne\\ roofs and requested that the cirt commission
S.review the entire plan.
Capital improvement projects can be roofs, acquiring mia-
chines or vehicles, paving roads and similar projects. '



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School, Perkins State Bank,
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Refreshments will be
served. For more ;informa-


tion, call 493-1849.
This event will be a chance
to tour Chiefland's original
train depot, recently refur-
bished by city of Chiefland
crews, with the support and
backing of our citizenry.
Space is available for his-
torical artifacts to be put "on
loan for display" on a semi-
permanent basis, and display
cases and racks are also need-
ed.


Marine Corps League will

dedicate Hardee House Saturday


BY KEN DOUGHERTY
STAFF WRITER
Members of the, Marine
Corps League will be
celebrating the acquisition of
its new building Saturday at
5 p.m.
The new headquarters
needs some work but for
the first time the corps will
have its own meeting place,
said Commandant Harry
Hopwood.
The new building is actually
a historic home known as
the Hardee- House that was
built around 1861. It was
moved from the original site
a few years ago to its present
location on 110th Street.
"It's nice to finally
have our own place." the
commandant said. "For
years we have relied on and
received hospitality from
the Chiefland VF\V and the
Disabled American Veteranis.
We are the smallest veterans
group in the area with 60 men
and 30 women members, and
we've never had enough
members to be able to afford
our own location." .
Hopwood said that the
corps has an inexpensive
lease on the building and the
members have put some time
and effort into making the
structure habitable, but the
organization will be forced
to rely on donations from
businesses and local citizens
to restore the house.
"We are not going to let it


Journal pholo by Ken Dougherty
MARY BYRD CHRISTIANS, secretary/treasurer
of the Marine Corps League's auxiliary, was
working in the old Hardee House recently
getting itready for a ribbon-cutting ceremony
this Saturday at 5 p.m. The house is located
west of Chiefland on 1101h Street.


take away from our tricycle
and Toys for Tots programs.
The donations we receive for
those programs \\ill continue
to be spent on them,"
Hopwood said.
The ribbon-cutting
ceremony will include the
award of a tricycle to another
needy youth, he said.
Recipients of the tricycles
are youths with disabilities
and. illnesses that restrict,
them from riding bicycles
and the corps league presents
them to children throughout


SVP will showcase

visiting acting troupe

TheSuwanneeValleyPlayers Park Avenue in Chiefland.
will be hosting a visiting actors The performance, is a,
presentation this return of, two
weekend and there former Suwannee
will only be two .,'-, Valley players,
performances. Susan Griffin
On Friday at 8 p.m. Christophy who
and Saturday at 2:30 is now a regular
p.m. admission will at Gainesville
be $5 for 'everyone C 6 mm u n i.t y
and children under Pla) hou.'e and
fie \ears old willstill Frank Edmondson
be adimnited free with who, is currentih
the understanding playing in
they may ha'e to sit ,. KTONGA 'at the
on a parent's lap. said Terrm Busch Gardeins theme park.
Beauchamp. publicity director., .
Both perfonnances will be The players can be reached
at the Chief Theater on East at svplayers@aol.coni








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the tri-county area.
Marine Corps Auxiliary
member Chris, L hristians
said there's a lot of work to
be done, but when completed'
the structure w\ill have
enough space for a meeting
room, offices and storage for
the Toys for Tots collections
made annually as Christmas
approaches.
. For more information,
Hopwood can be reached at
352-543-6879 and Christians
can be reached at 352-542-
8020.


Tourist

Council

meets

tonight
The Levy County
Tourist Development
Council will meet on.
Thursday, Aug. 18 at 6
p.m. at the Levy County
Commission Room, Levy
County Courthouse.


Child


needs

medical


bill help

A special account to
help. pay medical bills
and expenses for a 14-
month-old Bronson
child, the only survivor
of an automobile accident
on State Road 24 Aug. 7,
has been opened at the
Perkins Bank, according
to a friend of the family.
Kitana Stefanosky
remains in the hospital
but is expected to
recover, said Deanna
Dolliver.
The- child lost her
mother, Lori, and 8-year-
old brother, Devin, in the
crash, and now it is up to
the child's father to care
for her and pay her bills
as a single parent.
"Anything that anyone
can do to help \\ ill surely
be appreciated," Dolliver
said, "The child faces a
long time in therapy."
She said donations can
be made at the bank and
deposited into 4 special
account in Kitana's
name.
Dolliver :can be
reached'at 486-0135.

Cookbooks

benefit fire

department
Chiefland Fire Rescuie has
collected the best recipes
from volunteers, family and
members of the community
and compiled them into
an attractive keepsake
cookbook.
They, have begun selling.
their one of a kind cookbooks
for $10 and may be
purchased from any member
of the organization or at the
Chiefland Fire Department
located at 14 East Park Ave.,
Chiefland.
All proceeds will go to%\ ard
the purchase of much needed
firefighting equipment.
The cookbook contains 300
well-loved recipes including
appetizers, main dishes,
desserts and many others.
For more information,
contact Debbie Sipf at 352-
493-6771.


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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


OPINION


THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 2005


OUR VIEW


BOC did the right thing
People can be very passionate about the community
in which they live. The citizens of Morriston are no
different.
Last week more than 200 Levy Countians attended a hear-
ing that would determine if water could be extracted from
propertN in the Morriston area and trucked to South Florida.
For the most part, those people were civil and orderly
despite the fact their emotions ran high over a very personal
matter-their neighborhood.
Wil cream it would have been easier for "the squeaky wheel
to cii the ica", the commissioners chose to abide within
the rir.imetcrs of the law and based their decision on statute
not emotion.
This time .auund, the people of Levy County won. Not
on'.\ &J the commissioners do the right thing, they proved
that it's not always the promise of increased taxes and more
jobs that drives local government.
Sometimes it's just doing what's best for the county as
a whole. Ma\ they always keep that thought in the back of
their minds.

YOUR VIEW


Mean-spiritedness behind letter

To the editor:
Not only should Shawn Coleman be prosecuted to the full
letter of the law for making threats against Commissioner
Danny Stevens, his wife and children, but his co-defendant
should be the editor of the \ illiston newspaper for using..
extremely poor judgment in publishing Coleman's letter.
Elected officials expect some adverse publicity when they
base their decisions on the "good of the majority" rather than
the "wants of a few." However, it takes a mean spirited indi-
vidual to suggest harm to an elected official and his family in
order to get the vote he wants.
Toni C. Collins
Lower Clay Landing


Life in the fast lane


M y luck ran
outtoday.
' Distracted
by thoughts
S of commissioners' meetings,
interviews'afid page ly'6out,
I was lost somewhere in
the oblivion of journalism
Hades.
And then a quick snap_
back to reality hit. me full
force in the rear view mirror
when I saw flashing blue
lights and knew I was not in
a disco.
Yes, I was caught speed-
ing--somewhere north of
Levyville on that wondrous
stretch of road I bragged
about a few weeks ago.
At the time, I didn't
know I was speeding. I was
somewhere in between writ-
ing leads andtaking pho--
tographs, but there was no
doubt when I looked down
at the speedometer and saw,
even to my dismay, I was
way over the speed limit.
What could I do?
Nothing except 'fess up to
the officer and offer contrite
apologies.
He wasn't moved.
And he shouldn't have


THINKING
OUT LOUD

a. rl Risner

Carolyn Risner


been.
I was in the wrong and
even if I could have faked.
tears and pleaded a case that
my Great-Aunt Sue had just
died, it wouldn't have atoned
for the fact that I was break-,
ing the law, endangering not
only my life but the lives of
others.
As he handed me my tick-
et (my first in umpteen years
of driving). I apologized
again in a flat monotone
just like I once did \when I
screwed up and my parents
caught me.
He shook his' head in
amazement, disbelief filled
his eyes as he recanted my
whirlwind trip past him AND.
a sheriff's deputy.
"Have a safe day," he
smiled as I stuffed the paper--
work into the glove box.

See Carolyn Page 5


Quote of the Week:
I don't know the key to success, but the key to
failure is trying to please everybody.
Bill Cosby (1937 -)


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We sought sun but found wildlife
g su n, IS


Editor s note: Denise
Maiiheus is the editor of a
Northeast Georgia weekly
and the best friend of Jour-
nal editor Carolyn Risner. .
The following is a column
about her first trip to Levy
County.

L ife is a jungle out
there--especially in.
Florida where Caro-
lyn now happily resides.
It has been almost a month
since ny. co%% orker;, friend
anid stalwart cohort in crime,,
Carolyn, left to begin a new
career as close as possibleto
the sunny beaches of Florida.
Like Poncho without
Lefty, I was bereft without
her, so when she extended
an invitation to me and my
daughters to come for a
weekend visit, I said .es im-
mediately.
That is why last Friday my
van looked suspicously like
a Mayflower moving truck as
we rolled out of my drive-
way (late as usual) headed
toward long-lost-friend and
Flbrida.
"Do you have the direc-
tions?" I asked my oldest
and designated co-pilot,
Ashley.
"Two sets right here," she
said patting the sheets of pa-
.per on her lap. "I don't think
we will have any trouble."
We hadn't even made it
to Athens before we turned
around the first time.
"You didn't listen to me,"
my daughter said self-righ-,
teously as I fussed. "You
wouldn't have hadto turt
around if you just listened." :
Apparently I still. wasn't
listening when we missed.
our turn near Madison.
"'We are going the %wrong


NL-TTBIEWS


way again," my directionally
challenged child mumbled.
"You are going to have to
turn around."
"Are you sure Monticello
is not on our way?" I ques-
tioned her.' 'I refu '.to'tirn
around again!"
Of course I did and some
eight hours and a few more
wrong turns later, we were
nosing into Carolyn's drive-
way. Worried that we would
\take yet another wrong turn,
she had her porchlight on
and was waving like a lost
island refugee.
At 6 a.m. Saturday morn-
ing we were still talking. \We
finally went to sleep long
enough to rest up for our
much anticipated beach trip.
"We are going to be brown
after this," we told my girls.
A storm interrupted our
sunning, but not our manatee
hunting.
That's how we came to see
the pigs.
"Did you see,that?" I
screeched as we passed two
dark, puffy forms on the
island road we were travers-
ing. "It was dead pigs."
"You're kidding!" Carolyn
said.
The next thing I knew,
she \\as doing a U-ie and we
were staring at, sure enough,
tw'o dead wild pigs.
"I didn't know they had
pigs at the beach." I said.
XWe didn't know they had
bears either, but that is just


what the sign said as.we
made our way to Weeki
Wachee, home of the
mermaids.
:We saw no bears
(though we kept our eyes
iT peeled) neither did w\e see
bears or mennaids. We did
make our picture with the
Follow That Dream sign-
-Elvis had been there-and
we made our picture with
Bubbles the giant plastic
manatee.
We also purchased mana-
tee jewelry and proclaimed'
ourselves the Manatee Mafia.
'Then we saw the alligator
sign.
That's when we decided it
was time to quit hunting and
eat. And that's when Carolyn
lifted the grouper finger.
I'd like to say it was the'
sun that had her snatch-
ing a grouper finger off an.
abandoned dinner plate on
:another table--but I really
think it was just plain nerve
and starvation.
The next morning, after
another talkative night, we
went to Manatee Springs in"
hopes of glimpsing one of
those shy sea cows and ful-,
fi II ing our manatee madness.
We didn't.


We did see a, swamp. And
we saw another alligator sign
(we were beginning to get
a little paranoid about those
gators) and a tick warning
Ssi gn,
"I never thought about
ticks being out here,"I said'.
Undaunted we continued
our trek. We encountered
no gators, no bears, no pigs,
no mullet--w e were hoping
Carolyn would make dip--
and most depressing of all,
no manatee.'OWWs a
Which means we will be
returning.
Soon. ,
Poncho needs Lefty for
adventure and I'm really
hoping our manatee luck ;
will change. I kind of hope
we keep a status-quo with,
the pigs, bears and gators,
though.
I have to admit, we did
bring home a "signed"
memory of our trip.
Ashley smuggled one of:
those park ticks out in her
. hair. "' '
'I'm hoping she can do the.
same with a manatee.
See ya'soon, Lefty, or
at least as soon as I turn
around.


Miss Honey says .. .


G ood morning!! Here I
am again! Not much
good, but still in the land of
the living! Where would I be
without Jesus? .
.Yes, I went to church
yesterday and went by my'
sister s and she 'Was getting.
dinner on the table. She
wanted me to stay and have
dinner with them, but I
didn't. Icame home to check


on my two little buddies '
(dogs) Sweet Pea and Pee
Wee. They are a handful,
but I love them and they are
company; They never talk
back or throw anything of
mine away, like some of my
kids do, and they are always
glad to see me when I come e
home! Hush, Miss Honey,
See Honey Page 5


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Taking up deadly serpents

A Levy County Indian tale


WTho We Are
Managing Editor
Carolyn Risner
Offce Manager/Chlofland
Robin Heath
Staff Writer
Kenneth Dougherty
Bronson omcolProduction
Minram BlhIch
Typesetter
Wilma Joan Asbell,
Contributor
Portia Sache


BY JOHN ESTEVES
GUEST COLU iMNIST
This is a story of those
who believe in the
Bible and trust their lives
to it chapter and verse.
And whose words guide
the actions of this old time
religious faction and give
their lives some worth. But
I just went to see the snakes
and eat the fried chicken and
corn bread they make. To
me, the religious part creates
all the action, the spectacle
of it all a curious attraction.
The meeting place was a
former turpentine shed set on
a cypress hammock, deep in


a sit ampy
hollow.
, Ontan old
Slogging
road, past
a little
creek, the
faithful
had to
follow. Some carry sacks,
some carry boxes, all dressed
in their church finest. With
fresh combed hair and shoes
all shined, these local folks
met there. The preacher
stood by the open door to
greet the gathered flock.
A fiddle player tuned his
strings and rosined up his
bow. The preacher took his


place up front, the crowd
was set to go, the after
service food spread on
:tables outback, the bar-b-q's,:
aglow. ,
The band played old time
hymns and gospel songs
that all of these folks know.,
Some people got up and
danced, others spoke in
holy tongues, a few fell in a
trance. The fever pitch was
at an all time high. As if their.
souls were now at stake.
That's when the preacher
opened bag and box and
handed out the snakes. The
cotton mouths, copper heads
See Serpent Page 5


Page 4








LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


Burglary suspect c


BY KEN DOUGHERTY
STArr WRtTV
A 21-year-old Chiefland
man has been arrested and
chbir:ed with numerous car
burglaries in recent weeks.
James A. Durr of a
SE Terrace address is
charged with 14 felony
counts of burglary and 14
misdemeanor counts of
theft, said Jimmy Anderson,
acting city police chief.
Anderson said that the
suspectwas initially arrested
Sunday night in Bronson
and charged with a count of
burglary, then while being
questioned admitted to
many more burglaries both
in Bronson and the Spanish
Trace subdivision south of
Chiefland.
The report states that
Durr explained his thefts
by admitting that he lost his
job at Winn Dixie and was
"too lazy to work."
"He said that and I quoted
him. I have it on tape. I also'


commended him for being a
man and telling it the way it
is," Anderson said.
After being read his rights,
Anderson reports, Durr
agreed to ride to Chiefland
and point out the locations of
the numerous burglaries for
which he is charged.
Anderson's reports indicate
the crimes were committed:
June 16 on NE 3rd Street
where money and a purse
with identity cards were
taken;
June 21 on NE 5th Street
where a small amount of cash
was taken;
June 21 on NE 10th Terrace
where a small amount of cash


LAW AND COURTS


charged

was taken;
June 21 on NE 6th Street
where a small amount of
cash was reported missing
June 26 on NE 1st Street
where cash and a CD player
were stolen;
July 3 on NE 10 Terrace
where a small amount of
.cash was stolen from two
vehicles;
July 3 on NW 6th Street
where a small amount of
change was taken;
July 15 on SE 3rd Street
where cash and a checkbook
were taken
July 19 on SE 2nd Street
where cash, credit cards, a
flash light and cell telephone
were stolen;
July 22 on NE 19th Street
where' a large amount of
cash was reported missing;
July 26 on SW 5th Street
where 64 DVDs and cash
were stolen;
Aug. 8 on NW 6th Street
where a cell telephone was
reported stolen.


Williston Peanut Festival on the horizon


Antique tractors and farm
equipment will be. featured
at this year's Central Florida
fall Harvest and Peanut Fes-
tival to be held Oct. 1 at the.
Line Park in Williston.


If you would like to display,
yours, please contact the Wil-
liston Area chamber of Com-
merce at 352-528-5552 or
email to wcoc@willistonfl.
com


Vendor applications are
also available by phone or
on line. The Baby Peanut and
Little Peanut King and queen
applications will be available
by mid-August.


Genealogy Society meets Sunday


Levy County Genealogy
and History Societywill meet
on Sunday, Aug., 21 at 2 p.m.
at the Levy County Quilt




OPINION

Serpent
and rattlesnakes now
joined the frenzied crowd
who gyrated and spun' in
complex steps the dancer's
skill revealed.
Both young and old, my
blood ran cold, the snakes'
fangs now so real. They)
held the snakes close to
their faces proclaiming faith
in God. To outsiders who
observed this scene, their
actions sure seemed odd.
As snakes were passed to.
one another, they hissed
and rattled loudly. Some
older children, too, held and
stroked their scaly heads:
and flicking tongues as their
parents looked oni proudly.
Each stood their ground
as the snakes' came around,
not one of them retreated.
All believed the words wrote
in the book that offers them
protection. The true believers
go unharmed, the wicked
get rejection, yet some are
harmed and some do die this
practice still continues. They
trust their souls by the deadly
snakes they hold with good



Honey

..,you have said enough!
But my feelings have
been hurt and hurt a lot!
God bless the guilty and
make them see what they
have done! I would never go
into their house and throw
away or give away their.
belongings as they did mine.
SI guess I am lucky they
decided to keep me!
Thank God for small
favors and also for my many
friends who love me in spite
of all my faults and failings.
Thanks, Ben, for the
boiled peanuts!
Jesus Christ is the same
yesterday, today and forever.
Until next week I'll say nuff
said.
.i Miss Honey


Mutse.um located just off27A,
east of Chiefland. Follow the
signs to the museum.
Babs Robinson will give


S. i" L- .. j' ., 1: '.


book quotes repeated. On
that lazy Sunday afternoon
this show was sure a x\inner.
But I just went to see the


Carolyn

And thus I proceeded with
caution and a vow to myself
to really, really slow it down.
Ten minutes later though
I thought of the real reason I
had gotten caught.
It wasn't my fault.
I blame car manufacturers.-
Why in the world do they
build vehicles they run 130
,mph when the speed limit
nationwide is 70?
But until I can figure out
a way to win a class action
suit based on my reasoning.


a presentation on "Not
your Common Resources."
Visitors are welcome.


.-.Continued from page 4 ,
,'i ,fno I ... ,

snakes and eat the chicken
dinner.
Talking John Esteves
resides in Inglis where he
enjoys.Indian lore.


you'll recognize me on the
road.
I'm the one doing the
Sunday driving on Wednes-
day or doing 40 mph on the
interstate.
Better yet, that's me wad-
dling around the county on
a bicycle. There'll never be
any danger of me speeding
that wvay. .
Carolyn Risner is man-
aging editor of the Levy
County Journal.


LEVY COUNTY

HISTORY
,: 'IIIO~iOIOO* **-'**** ** I
e .Mmmevwn m-. mm-- mu- na -
Whereas, American Fertilizer Company of Cuba, A
Corporation duly organized and existing under and by
virtue of the laws of the State of Republic of Cuba
desiring to transact business in the State of Florida, has
filed in the office of the Secretary of State of Florida, a
duly, authenticated copy of Articles of Incorporation and
has paid to the State of Florida a sum equal to that which.
said Corporation would have been required to pay as
charter fee. Approved June 7, 1907 entitles "An Act" to
prescribe the terms and conditions upon which foreign
corporations for profits may transact business, or acquire
hold or dispose of property in this 'State. Therefore be it
known, that American Fertilizer Company of Cuba is
authorized and permitted to transact business and to
acquire, hold or dispose, of property in the State of
Florida, for the objects and purposes and with the rights
powers and privileges contained in and provided by its
said Articles of Incorporation. In Witness Whereof, I H.
Clay Crawford, Secretary of State of the State of Florida
at Tallahassee the Capital this the twenty-eight day of
April A.D. 1920. Filed and recorded May'3 AD. 1920,
L.W. Drummond, Clerk.
B: Mg I. J M WI n W*

MIe .I.H1m11H111 imIMI Ia- Ieeu.


THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 2005


Page 5


The Sheriff's Corn'
:.f


H ello everyone and welcome to this
week's Sheriffs Comer. I'd like to
use this week's column to talk to
you about a program
currently being used JI
by our office. Our
effort is to not only
detect crime but also
provide an outlet for
students to contact
our office in a totally
anonymous manner
about any concerns L
they might have.
The program is
Speak Out. You might say that this program is
similar to Crime Stoppers. I'll explain how. We
know that our children's life at school is filled
with learning, sports and life. We also know
that some of the "life" aspects of our children's
school participation sometimes puts them in
proximity to criminal activity. Our children
see and hear things in their life just as we do.
Speak Out is a program that is completely
anonymous. In fact we don't even get the
initial message.
We've learned that safe campuses are more
conducive to learning and a good total school
life. We hear that most students want a secure
place to study and compete..


HI


I


BY


What does happen with Speak Out
is this. If a student sees an event or
hears things that frighten them or even
threatens them they have a number
to call. If they see
IHNY SMITH suspicious activity or
hear plans to break
the law, they have
a way to report the
information with no
way to trace it back to
the student calling.
The caller will not
.COUNTY SHERIFF be calling a dispatcher
or anyone working for
law enforcement. There is no Caller ID to
capture a phone number. And the caller
can talk about any crime in any location.
The focus is to make our schools a
safer place. Our School Superintendent,
School Board and Sheriff's Office,
including our School Resource Officers
are committed to this goalfSpeak Out is
a means for our children to take a stand
and at the same time enlist the Sheriff's
Office and others to get the job done.
So, I hope you'll take this program to
heart. I hope 'that we can join forces in
this area to further secure our school and
community. The Speak Out number is
1-877-349-8477.


Three arrested on grand theft


Three people, one a
juvenile, were arrested by
sheriff's deputies in Williston
on Aug. 8 and charged with
grand theft after the victim
reported $650 missing from
his bedroom, and the victim
'was arrested for possession of
cocaine by law enforcement
officers investigating the
case.
Amanda McRae Hayslip.
18, of 104 SE 4'" St., Brian
Earl Taylor, 19, and a 15-
year-old male are accused
of conspiring to distract the
victim then steal the money.
The deputies made the
arrest after finding the three
at the Williston Motel around
12:30 a.ni. 'the fo1ll1ow ing
Sd Ji 'J) a' i 'a : ',' a u'i"we. i
Hayslip, who listed' her
occupation as stripper'
according to the report,
Taylor and the juvenile were
also charged with possession
of cocaine.
Other arrests include:
David E. Atkinson, 22, of
a CR 339 address in Trenton,
was arrested and charged
with aggravated domestic
battery on Aug. 10
Christie Royals, 33, of
Chiefland was arrested'
and charged with domestic
battery' on Aug. 6.
Albert Lamar Epperson,
32, of Cedar Key was arrested
and 'charged with domestic
violence on Aug. 5..
Paul R. Scott, 51, of
Williston was arrested and


charged with aggravated
domestic battery on Aug. 6..
Todd C. Hamp, 34, of,
Cedar Key was arrested and
charged with driving while
intoxicated on Aug. 10.

Warrant arrests:
Malina G. Luke, 37, of
Williston is charged with
failing to appear in court on a
grand theft auto charge.
Samuel G. Lozada, 30,
of Bronson is charged with
failing to appear in court to
answer a driving w without a
license charge.
Charles .Timoth\ Fralic,
35, of Bartow is charged with
failing to pay child support by
a warrant frMd Polk Countv'.
Richard A Dory gr41.
of Trenton is charged with
violating his probation on
a robbery with a deadly,
weapon conviction.
Clinton P. Livingston, 36.
of Chiefland is charged with
violation of probation on
an Alachua County warrant
on a possession of cocaine
conviction.
Johnnie Lee. Baxter, 34, of
Tallahassee was. arrested on
a warrant charging him with.
violation of probation on a
grand theft conviction. -
Robert Lee Patterson. 43,
of Bronson is charged with
violation of probation on a
battery conviction.
Bonnie P. Nachreiner, 45,
of Williston was arrested on
a warrant charging her with


violation of probation on a
driving while intoxicated
conviction.
Timothy Johnson, 49, of
Hawthorne was arrested and
charged with violation of
his probation on a driving
while license is suspended or
revoked warrant.
Crystal Nicole Waters, 23,
of Inglis was arrested on a
warrant charging her with
violation of her probation on
a possession of controlled
substance conviction.
Tarius Williams, 23, of
Chiefland was arrested and
charged with violation of
his probation on an assault
conviction.
Ssle de Bretz, '20;, of
Fanning. Springs is charged
with violation of her
probation on a conviction of
battery on a law enforcement
officer.
Karen Monte Chisolm,
26, of Bronson was arrested
and charged with violation of
probation on a possession of
marijuana conviction.
Todd Johnson, 25, of
Williston was arrested and
charged with violation of
probation on a burglary of a
dwelling conviction.
Andrew Robert Mayes, 21,
of Williston was arrested on
a warrant charging him with
violation of. his probation
on a possession of cocaine
conviction.


WTANTE1lIN LEVY COUNTY


Jacob A. Hobbs
Date of birth: 9-7-80
Last known'Address:
Chiefland
Wanted for: VOP
Possession of
Marijuana


Randy D. Mitchell
-Date of birth: 11-5-70
Last known Address:'
Williston
Wanted for: Child
Support Writ


Misty A. Viera
Date of birth: 9-14-75
Last known Address:
Chiefland
Wanted for: Child
Support Writ


Marvin Kirkland
Date of birth: 5-16-71
Last known Address:
Archer
Wanted for: VOP
Scheme to Defraud


Rebecca Morris
Date of birth: 4-26-77
Last known Address:
Chiefland
Wanted for: VOP DUI


Timothy Leon White
Date of birth: 8-18-73
Last known Address:
Morriston
Wanted for: FTA
DWLSR Knowingly


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.








LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


Page 6


Around Levy County


THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 2005


Levy students using health services W


BY KEN DOUGHERTY
STAFF WRITER
Levy County students
made more than 55,000 visits
to school health rooms during
the last school year and many
of them were able to return
to class after assessment and
treatment if required, a Levy
County Health Department
report states.
The good news is that more
than 75 percent of the students
were able to return to class,
according to the report filed
by Shirley J. Norris, school
health coordinator for the.
department.
Norris said that the 55,782
visits logged by health
professionals in the schools
are not excessive and often a
teacher will send a student to
the health room just to be safe
when a student falls or suffers
an abrasion.
"We also see students who
were hurt over the weekend,"


.= 7 children here who don't
S | have health insurance. Their
parents are willing to take
them to the doctor if they
need it, but they don't want to
if it isn't necessary," Norris
explained.
She said the high rate of
students staying in school, and
only 33 cases that required
calls to 911, indicates success
by the health department.
"This is exceptional,
especially in light of the
she explained, "They may increasing number of students
have hurt their arm and if it is who have quite serious health
still sore on Monday, they tell issues," Norris states in her
the student to see the school report.
nurse." School health team
She said the department's members see many students
nurses and aides are not over the course of a school
permitted to diagnose, year. Last year 157 students
but often all the parent is required constant care with
interested in is advice about oxygen, blood monitoring,
whether to take the child to insulin medication, post
a physician or emergency operative care and regular
room. medication, according to the
"There are still a lot of report.


An additional 2,058 had
chronic illnesses such as heart
problems, kidney disorders,
cancer, diabetes, asthma and
severe allergies among other
ailments, according to the
report.
Other statistics in the
report state that 32 cases
required emergency room
care, 5,789 cases were sent
home to recover, and 44, 318
remained in school.
The most common injury
locations were classrooms
(4,605), school grounds
(2,600), off campus (2,122),
and the athletic field (1,649).
All together there were 11,804
injury cases last school year.
The School Health team
consists of four employees
with associate degrees in
nursing and two employees
with bachelor's degrees in
nursing.


QUILTING is an art.


Log Cabin Quilters


have 'Show and Tell'


needs, such as dementia care,
and also a rehabilitation unit.
The rehab unit offers physical
therapy, speech therapy and
rehabilitation for patients
recovering from surgery.
She also explained under
Medicare PartAbenefits, after
3 days or more hospital stay,
a person qualifies for rehab at


Sullivan, Rasbury to chair CFCC
Central Florida Community College announced that
Carol Sullivan will serve as chairwoman of the CFCC District
Board of Trustees during 2005-2006 and Frank Rasbury will
serve as vice chairman.
Sullivan, a resident of Inglis, is vice president of Capital
City Bank. She has served as officer and board member of
numerous professional, civic and educational organizations
over the past 20 years in Levy, Marion and Citrus counties.
Rasbury, a resident of Silver Springs Shores, is a retired
military. officer. -He, is a- member of-the Military Officers
Association of America, Rotar) Club of Ocala and the
Munroe Foundation. He also serves a liturgist at St. Paul's
United Methodist Church.
The CFCC district board of trustees is made up of seven
members representing Marion, Citrus and Levy Counties.
Rasbury, Frank Stafford, and Bernard Little represent Marion
County. Mari-Elain Ebitz and Betty Strifler represent Citrus
County. and Sullivan and Robert Hastings represent Levy
County.
Trustees responsibilities include appointing, supporting
and assessing the performance of the college president,'
approving long-range plans and educational programs for the
college, and ensuring the well-being of faculty, students and-
staff.

New grouper laws in effect


Grouper bag limits in state
waters haven't changed, in
federal waters in the Gulf of
Mexico, they have.
Federal waters begin nautical
miles offshore in the Gulf. A
nautical mile is 6,076.115 feet
as opposed to a statute mile,
which is 5,280 feet.
In Gulf state waters, the
daily bag limit for grouper is


five, only two of which can be
red grouper. The new bag limit
in, federal water in the Gulf
allows three grouper, only one
of which can be red.

dulf federal waters are
closed to grouper harvest
throughout November and
December, but there is no
closed season in state waters.


Williston needs baseball players
Williston Youth League is seeking baseball players. The
litt 'I, alr ,-- -- 11 -


the center, and there is no fee
for the first 20 days.
She also said if there were
any questions concerning
Medicare benefits, and
receiving assistance, please
call Ayers Health and Rehab
Center, at 352/463-7101.
Ms. Buckles exemplifies
the positive energy and
caring attitude the employees
at the center all share with
the clients and she invited
everyone to stop by and visit.
Diane Wilson, from our
local Healthy Start Program,
through 'the Levy County
Health Department, gave us
an update about the program.
It was originally started
by Gov. Chiles, because
of low birth weight in new
born babies, and he wanted
to provide every pregnant
woman with pre-natal
screening and care.
As a Healthy Start nurse,
Ms. Wilson, has been in Levy
County for about 10 years,
and has been a Registered
Nurse (RN) since 1972,
and has taught child birth
education.
Our local Healthy Start
program offers parenting
classes, as well as screening
for risk factors. Although
tobacco use is the number
one risk factor, it is the most
modifiable, and ,classes


offered will help reduce this
risk.
The effects of smoking
leads to tubular pregnancies,
low birth weight babies,, pre-
mature births, and maternal
smokingmaycauseanincrease
in other dependencies, such as
drugs, alcohol and smoking
tendencies. It can also cause
respiratory diseases and
breathing disorders.
One intervention offered
is a "one on one", face to
face consultation, early in
the pregnancy, to try to get
mothers to quit permanently.
They offer incentives like t-
shirts saying, "I quit smoking
for my baby", etc.
Healthy Start served at
least half of the births in Levy
Countylast year. Since this is
a performance based funded
program, Ms. Wilson claimed
the program in Levy County
is best overall, over all the
other counties in our area.
For more information, contact
Diane Wilson, at the Levy
County Health Department,,
Healthy Start Program.
The Kiwanis Club of
Bronson meets every Tuesday
morning at 7 a.m. at the
Craft's Family Restaurant,
located on Hathaway Ave.,
(Hwy. 27Alt.). in Bronson.
The public is invited to
attend.


Williston Warriors team Wvould like to invite youth 11 and
under to join their baseball team for the fall season.V
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BY WINNELLE HORNE
CORRESPONDENT
Log Cabin Quilters met
Thursday, Aug. 11 at the Levy
County Quilt Museum.
Today was show and tell.
Goldie McHenry has
finished her "Block of the
Month," Alice Mae Haire
has finished her red, white
and blue "Dutch Girl" and
Doris Beauchamp took an old
"Lone Star" center and made
a beautiful table cloth.
It was brought in and Doris
knew what she could do with
it. The,top was only pieced to
be about five feet across and
we could tell it was pieced
many years ago.
Greg Stalvey was out
Tuesday and got the yard
mowed, grass out of the
flowerbeds and so much
more, with six boys from


Lancaster.
It takes so much to keep the
museum looking great and
the boys are always learning.
Maria De' Leon keeps all the
crafts straight and in their
place. We appreciate all that's
done here and we couldn't do
it without help.
Lots. of quilters go once
each week and everyone is
busy making crafts for the
show in December.
Lunch was so good with.
onion casserole, corn, rice,
mixed vegetable, kraut,
cheese and macaroni, Jell-O
salads, apple pie, red cake,
pears and so much more.
We had 17 members and 1
guest.
Winnelle Horne is the
director of the Levy Count
Quilt Museum.


Transportation board to meet

The Levy County Transportation Disadvantaged
Coordinating board will conduct its regular business meeting
on Thursday, Aug.25 at 10 a.m. The meeting will be held in
the Nature Coast transit office, located at 970 east Hathaway
Avenue, Bronson. The Board meeting will be open to the
public.
The MOA/TDSP Committee will meet at 9:30 a.m. at
the above-mentioned location in order to discuss the annual
updates to the 2003-2008 Levy County TD Service Plan.
The Committee members are Barbara Cook, Gwen Pra and
Michael Baker.
All other board members re welcome, but not required to
attend the committee meeting.


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SPECIAL TO THE JOURNAL
Joanne Buckles, fromAyers
Health and Rehabilitation
Center, was our guest speaker
in July.
She has been with the
center for 23 years and
informed us of. the many
types of care offered. There
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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


SPORTS & RECREATION


THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 2005


Folks love thrill of being bogged down


BY KEN DOUGHERTY
STAFF WRITER
Mud boggin' is
becoming a
family affair
at a facility
just north of Inglis on US 19.
"We've worked hard to
develop it into a family
activity," said Bobby Wells,,
owner of Horse Hole Creek
Off-Road Events, Inc..
Wells said historically
boggin' is done in remote
places where there is a,
lot of alcoholic beverage
consumption and it isn't a
place \w here you can bring
the family for an outing, so
Horse Hole Creek has rules,
and they are enforced.
"We: allow people to bring
coolers with any beverage
they w ish and we don't allow
excessive profanity. We use
the term excessive because
anyone can slip. If you get
intoxicated or use bad lan-.
guage. you re going out the
gate," Wells said.
"We have deputies on the
property to enforce those
rules. In the eight monriths,
we've been open, we haven't
had a bit of trouble," he
explained.
Clay Lewis of Dunnellon
said he takes his mud vehicle
to a lot of places, but "This is
the only one I come to where


THE BOGGIN' PIT at Horse Hole Creek gets to be a busy place when those who challenge it get
stuck and the two heavy equipment vehicles have to pull them out.


I'll brine my wife."
James Crompton of
Brooks\ ille said he also
enjoys the facility and brings
several trucks when the facil-
ity is open.
"My father, Jim, and I


LYNN BRADFORD with husband and chief
mechanic Charles and children, from left,
Hayden, Zane and; Brinley, visit Horse Hole
regularly. ..


drive the trucks. We take the
kids with us and they cheer
when we make it through,"
Crompton said. .
LSiin Bedford of Bronson
said she brings the whole
family to the facility so she
canenjoy, the day plowing
throughthe bog-: ** -
"For my husband, it's
Bronson Racew ay'. For me,
it's the mud," she said.
For Andy Ketchum of
Crystal River, visiting Horse
Hole is a good outing with
his son. Jacob, who is senent
years old.
"We like to sit here and
watch them in the pit. You
see all kinds of things hap-
pen. Axles and dri\ eshafts
break. Sometimes engines
blow% up. We come here
every time they're open,"
Ketchum said, but it isn't
likely that his four wheel
drive Jeep \ ill ever make a
trip into the pit.
Ano-dri\e zone is desig-


nated so children can go and
pla w% without undue w orn
by parents and emergency
medical personnel are on the
property in case of accidents,
The site is ideal, but it
took time to get the facility
open. : ,- .
, Wells, w ith his w ife. Faye,
made the bog from an old pit
that \as made when US 19
\\as being four-laned.
"It is a good, deep hole
and we came up w ith the
idea that it would make a
good bog," he said, and once
\ater is applied the soil be-'
comes slippery and clinging.
It doesn't take a lot of
modification to take a truck
into the pit, but there are
some considerations. ,
"We suggest that they
put a couple of strong tow
points on their trucks. A to%\
bar isn't really! enough. \\e
haven't had any incidents
like tow bars tearing off and
fN ing back into the heavy\


equipment, and I think that's
the reason." Wells explained.
"It took between 18
months and two years to get
all of the penuits from the
county and the water dis-


trict," the owner recalled.
Horse Hole is open one
weekend a month for two.
days and there is a three day
event planned Labor Day
Weekend.
The two events each day
will be the $500 prize for the
overall best performance and
the $200 Bounty Hole event,
the same two held daily on.
regular weekends.
The winner of the perfor-
mance event is chosen by
fite unin\ol ed judges and
the bounty hole winner is
easy to detennine all you
have to do is make it through
two of.the meanest places in
the pit in a single run. I
Recently the bounty hole
pot rolled over because no
one made it through and the
\"inner in August took home
$790.
ATVs are prohibited, and
there are other restrictions
during the events.
The MNudUp website
explains the rules and restric-
tions or interested persons
can call 352-795-3282.
Admission is $12 per per-
son with children under 10
years old getting in free.


All Journal pholos by
Ken Dougherty "


ANDY KETCHUM and son Jacob like to come
and watch trucks run though the bog, but aren't
interested in taking their vehicle into it.


',There


&just something about being stuck in the mud


BY KEN DOUGHERTY
STFF \\'jTl '
T making a vehicle
through a couple
of feet of mud can
be hard on driv-
ers and vehicles but for mud
boggin' enthusiasts the best
way to get through is a matter
of taste.
For Clay Lewis of Dun-
nellon, light "\eight and just
enough power from the en-
gine is the best \va\ to go.


His vehicle lost its identity
as a true truck when the old
chassis was discarded and, a
special frame \\as fabricated.
"It's powered by a 350 cu.
in. Che\y engine, but I put in
a crankshaft from a 400 (cu.
in.) crankshaft that brought
the displacement to 383 cu.
in. That gives me plenty of
torque at lower rpm." Lewis
explained.
Then he added a Turbo-
hydramatic. three-speed au-


CLAY LEWIS believes that light and quick is the
best way to win over the mud bog.


tomatic transmission and the
four-" heel dnrie transfer box
to get pow er to the four trac-*
tor tires, a' necessity for the
serious bogger.
"You really have to have.
tractor tires." he said, and the
modifications to the vehicle
never end.
"I work on it just about all
of the time," Le\\ is said.
For James Crompton of
Brooks\ille, hea\N dutr is the
only \ wa to go.
His "NMud Stud" truck is
powered by. an, enhanced
454 cu. in. Chevy engine
that drives two massive mili-
tarn axles under his full size
truck.
"They are two-and-a-half
ton military truck axles front
and rear with Dana gears," he
explained.
Both are front axles so the
truck has turning power both
front and rear. Duial tires on
the rear pro\ ide extra grip.
Crompton's father. Jim,
explained that he and his son
became interested in build-
ing mud vehicles about 15
\ears ago, and they continue
to build and drive the trucks
together.
"The most recent' modifi-


cation to the llMud Stud is the
suspension. It can get kinda
hard on the driver out there,
so we developed a better sus-
pension. I came up %with the
idea and James built it.
"He's really good at taking
an idea and figuring out the
best way to put it together,".
he said.
James said he has used the
'truck to do some car-crushing
and has a yearning to get into
the really big trucks:


* "I'm building a monster
truck. I'd like to go on the cir-
cuit," he said about the sport
in which the vehicles race
while jumping over vehicles.
On the more modest side,
Lynn : Bedford of Bronson
said she and her husband and
chief mechanic Charles mod-
ified a standard pickup truck
for her to drive.
"There's just something
about dri\ ing in the mud,"
she said, "and you can't be


afraid to get stuck."
Bobby Wells, owner of
Horse Hoble Creek in Ihg-
lis, said it is possible to get
through the course.
"You can pick your way
and get through, biut if you
go down into the bole, you're
going to get stuck," he said.
Wells has two large Cat-
erpillar hea\y equipment
-vehicles that \work full time
pulling enthusiasts once they
become stuck in the bog.


JAMES CROMPTON believes that super-heavy duty parts and a lot of
power is the best way to make it through the bog.


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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


SPORTS & RECREATION


THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 2005


It's time for fall football frenzy

Chiefland, Bronson kick off in season Classic tomorrow


BY PORTIA SACHE
CONTRIBUTING WRITER
Last Friday was very hot!
The heat had not eased at 6:
p.m. when the 2005 Chiefland
Indian squad trotted onto the
field in Pridgeon Stadium to
play a scrimmage game be-
fore some parents and fans
that braved the heat to watch.
The scrimmage game was
in preparation for the classic
opener against Bronson to-
morrow evening.
The Indians began a prac-
tice camp in late July when
they practiced twice each day,
despite the scorching sun and
90 plus degree heat.
The camp provided the op-
portunity for the squad to get
onto the practice field so the
coaching staff could begin
assessing the strengths of the
individual players at the vari-


ous positions.
The quarterback posi-
tion was left open due to the
graduations of Allen Strick-
land and Cortez Gent so a
new starter will be filling that
position. But, there are other
key positions where a solid
starter who can step up to the
vacant position needed to be
nailed down too.
The team will be facing
some tough opposition this
season. Many players will
be playing two ways and that
is tough, especially when the
weather is hot and the humid-
ity is high.
The roster includes 28
young men who have sur-
vived spring practice, a sum-
mer weight program and
camp and: the fall practice.
They are ready to' play foot-
ball!


Bronson High School
Eagle Football Schedule
8-19-05 Chiefland Home
8-26-05 Liberty County Home
9-2-05 The Villages Away
9-9-05 FAMU Away
9-16-05 Branford Away
9-23-05 Ocala St. John's Away
9-30-05 Hilliard Home
10-7-05 Jefferson County Home
10-14-05 Lafayette County Away
10-21-05 Trenton Home
10-28-05 Hawthorne Away
All football games will start at 7:30 p.m.



^ 2005 CHS Varsity

Football Schedule

Aug. 19 Kick off Classic (Bronson) 7:30 p.m.
Aug. 26 Dixie County (Home) 7:30 p.m.
Sept: 2 Williston (Away) 7:30 p.m
Sept. 9 Hamilton County (Home) 7:30 p.m.
Sept. 16 Union County (Home) 7:30 p.m.
Sept. 23 OPEN
Sept. 30 Ocala Trinity Catholic (Away) 7:30 p.m.
Oct. 7 Crescent City (Away) 7:30 p.m.
Oct. 14 P.K. Yonge (Homecoming) 7:30 p.m.
Oct. 21 Newberry (Away) 7:30 p.m.
Oct. 28 OPEN
Nov. 4 Trenton (Away) 7:30 p.m.


Williston High School A
Red Devil Football Schedule
8-19-05 Crystal River (classic) Home
8-26-05 P.K. Young Away
9-2-05 Chiefland Home
9-9-05 Ocala Trinity Catholic Away
9-16-05 Dunnellon Away
9-23-05 Dixie County (Cross City) Home
9-30-05 Walton (Defuniak Springs) Home
.10-7-05 Open
10-14-05 Santa Fe Home
10-21-05 West Port Home
10-28-05 North Marion away
11-4-05 Newberry away
All football games will start at 7:30 p.m.





FootballlSoccer/Cheerleading
Sign-ups
Registration Fees are due at sign-up as follows:
Soccer $50 Football $60 Cheerleading -$60 *
registration fee includes uniform, trophy, insurance & equipment.
Location: Bronson Youth League Fields
Sat.-August 13, 2005 Noon 3:00 p.m.
Tue.-August 16, 2005 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.
Fri.. August 19, 2005 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.
Sat. August 20, 2005 Noon 3:00 p.m.
Tue. August 23,2005 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.
Questions? Contact:
SYouth League President David White 352-486-1018
Vice President Wally Lake'- 352-486-6802
Please leave Messages, your calls will be returned.**
COACHES AND VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
PLEASE CONTACT TEE ABOVE NAMES
IF INTERESTED
** All 1st time players must present a copy of their birth certificate**


Journal photo by Portia Sache
THE 2005 TEAM from left, (front row) Austin Koltz, John Patrick Francisco, Stephen Davis, Shawn
Turner, Ryan Johnson, Deonte Davis, Dakota Talton-Fuller and Jonas Randolph ;(second row)
Little Randy Fuller, Tyler Crane, Daniel Galpin, Jacob Douglas, Zachary Tyson, Tamaya Howard,
Michael Rome, Justin Hill and River Lundy; (third row) Joe Sache, Cole Rollison, Keagon Weath-
erford, Sam Holland-Head Coach, Randy Fuller-Assistant Coach, Mark Lundy-Assistant Coach,
Corey Rogers, Mike Padgett and Delmar Dial; (back row) Mike Padgett, Eric Ruland, Ricky Berry-
hill, Jesse Sheffield, Brittain Williams, Scott Snyder, Deonte Davis, L.B. Cravey and Seth Sache


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Journal photo by Miriam Blitch


Back, from left, J. W. Keller, C. J. Reynolds, Kyle Durden, Vince Nazworth, Cory Bryan, Marlen
Hunter, Brody Dean, Terry Dukes, Mark Smith and Defensive coach Curtis Stacy. Middle, Line
Backer Coach Terrence Thomas, David Ortiz, Joey Calero, Darren Weems, Michael Freeman, Josh
Hamilton, Jeremy Mayes and Alex Mozdzer. Front, Head Coach Greg Brochetti, Jeremiah Brown,
Brody Giddens, Ben Giddens, John Davis, lan Primer, Virgil Greenlee, Matt LaFlam, Jimmy Torrey,
Receiver Coach Greg Hamilton and Offensive Coach Jim Jones.


Bronson High School
Lady Eagles Volleyball Schedule
8-18-05 Pre-Season (Classic) Home TBA
8-25-05 Williston Away 5/7:00
8-29-05 Chiefland Away 5:30/7
8-30-05 Branford Home 5:00/7
9-6-05 Bell Away 5:00/7
9-8-05 Hawthorne Away 5/6:30
9-12-05, Cedar Key Home 5:00/7
9-13-05 Lafayette Away 5:00/7
9-15-05 Trenton Home 5:00/7
9-19-05 Branford Away 5:00/7
9-22-05 Newberry Home 5:30/7
9-26-05 Cedar Key Away 5:00/7
9-27-05 Dixie County Away 4:30/6
9-29-05 Bell Home 5:00/7
10-1-05 Keswick Christian Away 12/1:30
10-3-05 Williston Home 5:00/7
10-4-05 Lafayette Home 5:00/7
10-6-05 Trenton Away 5:00/7
10-10-05 Chiefland Home 4/5:30
10-11-05 Newberry Away 4/5:30
10-13-05 Hawthorne Home 5/6:30


BRON8ON3 FLOMIIDA


Williston High School


2005-06 Volleyball Schedule
8-18-05 Bronson (Classic) Away 4:00
8-25-05 Bronson Home 5 & 7:00
8-30-05 Dixie County Away 5:30 & 7
9-1-05 Chiefland Away 5:30 & 7
9-6-05 P. K. Younge Away 5:30 & 7
9-8-05 Ft. WHite Home 5:30 & 7
9-13-05 Newberry Home 5:30 & 7
9-15-05 P. K. Younge Home 5:30 & 7
9-20-05 Newberry Away 5:30 & 7
9-22-05 Chiefland Home 5:30 & 7
9-29-05 Ft. White Away 5:30 & 7
10-3-05 Bronson Away 5:30 & 7
10-4-05 Dixie County Home 5:30 & 7


Bronson Motor


Speedway's


4th Anniversary Party &

FAN APPRECIATION NIGHT!


SATURDAY, AUGUST 20!

ADULT ADMISSION $5.00
KIDS 6-11 ONLY $2.00 $1.00 HOT DOGS ALL NIGHT
5-UNDER ARE FREE! .50 POPCORN ALL NIGHT!

Call 352-486-2763 or visit
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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


Snorts & Recreation


THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 2005


Jackson claims win at speedway


2005 LADY INDIANS VOLLEYBALL SCHEDULE


SPECIAL TO THE JOURNAL
On a hot and humid night,
perfect for racing at the ASA
Sanctioned Bronson Motor
Speedway, two traveling se-
ries hit the high banks.
It was a great double-head-
er with the Eagle's Nest Mini
Stock Championship and the
stars of the Southern Sports-
man Series in action, along
with the Bronson Racing
Series. Both of the special
events were scheduled for 50
laps.
There was excitement and
action at every turn as both
series thrilled the Bronson
faithful. Not to be outdone,
the Bronson regulars ran all
of their feature races cau-
tion free. Qualifying began
promptly at 7:30, as is the
norm when special shows
are in town. Heat races fol-
lowed, then a brief intermis-
sion and then the features.
In Eagle's Nest Mini Stock
Championship qualifying,
Darren Jackson laid down
the fastest time around the
high banks. After the re-
draw, and subsequent inver-
sion process, Jackson held
on to the top spot. Once the
green flag fell, it was obvious
no one would be a match for
the #96. Rick Sirmans did an
excellent job trying to run
down the leader, although
he would settle for second.
Marty Neikens wound up
finishing third.
'If action is what the fans
were craving, they certainly
got their fill with the South-
ern Sportsman Series. The
front row was made up of
* Steve Elder and Derrick
Heath. As they charged to
the green, mayhem ensued
behind them. On the restart,
almost the same thing hap-
pened as cars in the pack
stacked up again.
Once the race .o[ under
way. Heathessumed-the lead.
He would show the \vav un-
til lap 22, when he was .in-
volved in a bizarre caution.
Heath and new second place
runner, Craig Cuzzone, made
contact and collected several
others.
Previous race winner
Patrick Thomas was also in-
volved in the incident. On
the restart, Cuzzone held a
lead that would prove to be
short lived. He would fall
victim to mechanical grem-
lins and retire on lap 31.
Richard Elkins Jr. as-
sumed the lead and held off
late charges by local driver
Tommy Conquest and.Aaron
Williamson to take the prize.
Williamson finished second
and Kyle Tenbusch recov-
ered from an early penalty to
run third. All the drivers did
a wonderful job on a night
in which tensions were high
and tempers flared.
The first of the Bronson
regulars to take to the track
was the Pure Stock division.
It seemed the Sportsman Se-
ries used up all the cautions
as this division's drivers ran
wire to wire caution free.
In a race that was close but
clean, A.J. Northup led all 20
laps to pick up another win.
He was followed closely to
the line by Bobby Johnson

5 Chiefland
V Football

Schedule

*. 25 Dixie
.me) 7 p.m.


Williston
7 p.m.
Dixie
7 p.m.
Newberry
7 p.m.
Branford
7 p.m.


29 Newberry
y) 7 p.m.


and Richie Smith.
Not to be outdone, the
Thunder Stock division took
to the starting grid. The front
row was all "Bent Wrench
Racing" with Charlie Ken-
nedy leading the field to the
green. He led the first five
laps until Randy O'Neal and
Willard Driggers muscled
their way by. In the closing
laps, O'Neal was able to out-
last Driggers to the finish.
In Harvey Wallbangers,
Josh Lynch was able to hold
off hard-charging Lisa Luke
to pick up his first win.
Saturday, it's fan appre-
ciation night as the Bronson
Motor Speedway celebrates
its Anniversary Party with $5
Adult Admission in Grand-
stands, $20 for kids 6-11 and
5-Under are free.
On the speedway, the entire
Bronson Racing Series will
be in action along with the
PBG Florida Legends Tour-
ing Series.


Eagle's Nest Mini Stocks

1. # 96 Darren Jackson
2. #05 Rick Sirmans
3. #70 Marty Neikens

Southern Sportsman Series


# 55 Richard Elkins Jr.
# 13 Aaron Williamson
# 10 Kyle Tenbusch


Pure Stocks


#25 A.J. Northup
#16 Bobby Johnson
#42 Richie Smith


Thunder Stocks


#22 Randy O' Neal
#21 Willard Driggers
# 34Charlie Kennedy


Wall Bangers

1. # 02 Josh Lynch
2. # 52 Lisa Luke


Date
Aug. 18
Aug. 22 25
8/22
8/23
8/25
Mon, Aug. 29
Tues, Aug. 30
Thurs, Sept 1
Friday, Sept 9
Mon, Sept 12
Tues, Sept 13
Thurs, Sept 15
Mon, Sept 19
Tues, Sept 20
Thurs, Sept 22
Tues, Sept 27
Sept. 30 Oct 1
Mon, Oct 3


Opponent
Williston
Volleyball Classic


Bronson
Newberry *
Williston *
Dixie Co *
Trenton
Dixie Co *
Ft. White *
Hawthorne
PK Yonge*
Williston *
PK Yonge*
Santa Fe Tournament
Trenton


Location
Bronson
Chiefland
Chiefland
Chiefland
Chiefland
Chiefland
Chiefland
Chiefland
Dixie Co
Chiefland
Chiefland
Chiefland
Hawthorne
Chiefland
Williston
PK Yonge
Santa Fe
Trenton


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Pane 10


LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


OBITUARIES


THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 2005


Johnny Henry dies at 51

Williston band director


Johnny Theodore Henry,
a lifelong Williston resident
who directed the town's high
school band for 17 years,
died Saturday, Aug. 13, 2005,
at North
Florida
Regional
Medical



HCentery
3 following
a short
illness.
He was
.. 51.


was "a role model not just as a
teacher, but as a person," said
Cliff Norris, superintendent
of the Levy County School
District.
Under Mr. Henry's
leadership, '.'"We had what I
believe was the premier band
of North Central Florida," the
superintendent said.
He had a commanding,
disciplined teaching style, but
students were always trying
to join the band, Norris said.
"He was an excellent
teacher, and the students saw
that."' .. .. .

Gerald R. Bayless"
Gerald R. Bayless of Bell
died Sunday, Aug. 14, 2005,
in his home from natural
causes. He was.70.
Mr. Bayless was born in
Dallas and moved. to Bell
from Miami
in 1980. He
was a concrete
S.plant engineer,
a veteran of the
Marines in the
.Korean War
and a Baptist.
Surv i %ors
include his ,Nife. Rose Bay-
less of Bell: sons Jackie Ray
Bayless of Okeechobee and
Gerald Ray- Bayless of El-
lijay,, Ga.; daughters Tessie
Bayless Prickett of Newvberry
and Vicky LeClaire of Bell;
eight grandchildren: and four
great-grandchildren.
Arrangements by Evan-
Carter Funeral Home of High
Springs.

Jackie Oliver
Benton
Jackie Oliver Benton of
Trenton died Saturday, Aug.
13. 2005. at the Ayers Reha-
bilitation and Nursing Facil-
ity in Trenton. He was 80.
Mr. Benton was born in
Toombs County. Ga., and
moved from Vidalia. Ga., to
Trenton in July. He was a re-
tired salesman for the Coca
Cola Co. He served in the
U.S. Navy as a unnmer' mate
from 1942 until 1947, includ-
ing during World War II.
Survivors include a son,
Douglas Benton of Wash-
ington state; brothers Roberl
Benton of High Springs and
Travis E. Benton ofTavares:
and sisters Opal Newton oi
Moultrie, Ga.. and Patsy Alt-
S man of Richmond Va.
Arrangements by Moring
Funeral Home of Melrose

.Emery Braswell
Emery Braswell oi
Chiefland died Saturday
Aug. 13, 2005. He was 69.
SM Mr'
Braswel

inTampa
and wa

resident,

County
He wa,
a retired
brick mason and farmer. H
was a Baptist.


Mr. Braswell x as preceded
in death by his father
Sam Braswell; a brother
Clifford. Braswell; and
granddaughter. .
Survivors include his


Mr. Henry was a graduate
of Williston High School's
class of 1972 and graduated
from the University of
Florida. He was a member
of the UF marching band and
Phi Mu Alpha..
Before becoming Williston
High School's band director,
Mr. Henry was the band
director in North Marion
Middle School for 11 years.
He was a member of
the First Baptist Church
of Williston and a former
Teacher of the Year in both
Marion and Levy counties.
Survivors include his wife,
Cecelia Henry of Williston;
a son, Travis Henry of Lake
. City; a daughter, MeganQu inn
ofWilliston; a brother, Robert
Henry of Williston; sisters
Peggy White of Longwood
and Alice Carlisle of Seffner:
and two grandchildren. !
In lieu offlolvers memorial
donations can be made to the:
John Hemnry Benefit account
at Perkins Bank, Williston,
Florida
Arrangements by Knauff
Funeral Home of Williston.


life partner. Merelois
Lewis of Chiefland; his
mother. Lois Braswell of
Chiefland; daughters Dana
Wilson of Donalsonville,
Ga., and Sabrina Sheppard
of Chiefland; a son, Bret
Braswell of Chiefland; a
sister, Gale Underwood of
Chiefland; five grandchildren;
and two great-grandchildren.
Arrangements by Hiers-
Baxley Funeral Services of
Chiefland.Arwyn Edwards
Bridgert. .


Arwyn Edwards Bridger of
Gainesville died Wednesday,
Aug. 10, 2005. She was 86.
Mrs. Bridger was born in
River Junction and moved
to Gainesville six years ago
from Jacksonville.
She was the owner and
operator of Bridger Displays.
She was a member of
Riverside Order of the Eastern
Star. She \\as a member of
the First Baptist Church of
Archer and w\as also active
with the Murray Hill Baptist
Church in Jacksonville.
Survivors include a son.
-William Leon Bridger of
Jacksonville; a daughter, Gail
B. Haley of Gaines\ille: four
grandsons; and five great-
grandsons.
Arrangements 'by Milam
Funeral and Cremation
Services in Gainesville.

Daphna Loretta
Hand
Daphna Loretta Hand of
OldTown died Tuesda), Aug.
t 9, 2005. at North Florida
R Regional Medical Center in
Gainesville. She %\as 70.
f Mrs. Hand was born in
SLa Mesa. Texas, and lived
inBakersfield, Calif.. before
; moving to Old Town in
:. 1983. '
She was an adoptions
worker in Kern County,
f Calif., for :29 years and
,retired from the Department
of Children and Families in
1997, where she worked as
Sa developmental services
Counselor for the tri-county
S:area. She was also a voluhinteer
S for the Children's Table.
SShe enjoyed cooking and
t reading. She wvas a Baptist.
S Survivors include her
husband of 22 years, Doyle
s Hand of Old Town: daughters
\ Kathy Culhane of Quincy,
e Calif.. Cheryl Twomnbly of
Chiefland and Suzanne Goss


1 of Old Town: a brother. Bee
Oneil. of Bakersfield; and
three grandchildren.
a Arrangements by Rick
Gooding Funeral Home in
s Cross City.


William Francis
Hines Jr.
William Francis Hines Jr.
of Fort White died Tuesday,
Aug. 9, 2005, in Quincy as a
result of an automobile crash.
He was 46.
Mr. Hines was born in Perry
and lived in Steinhatchee
before moving to Fort White.
He was a boat captain for
Elevating Boats.
Survivors include his wife,
Rebecca Hines of Fort White;
his mother, Dorothy H.
Hines of Steinhatchee; a son,
Joey Hines of Fort White;
daughters Chelsi Harris of
Fort White and Tara Powell of
Lake City; a brother, Arthur
Sidney Hines of Steinhatchee;
and one granddaughter.
Arrangements by Rick
Gooding Funeral Home in
Cross City.

Mildred Yearty
Hodges
Mildred Yearty Hodges of
Cedar Key died Friday, Aug.
12, 2005. She was 92.
Mrs. Hodges %was born in
Otter Creek and lived most of
her life in Cedar Key.
She was a homemaker, as
well as a retired bookkeeper
for Cedar Key Ice Plant.
her family business. She
also was a former teacher at
Otter Creek and Cedar Key
School.
She was a graduate of
Chiefland High School and
Florida State College for
Women, now Florida State
University.
She %%as a member of the
Cedar Key United Methodist
Church, Cedar Key Wominan's
Club, Cedar Key United
Methodist Women, Cedar
Key Historical Society and
United Daughters of the
Confederacy. .
Survivors include her
husband of 72 -ears W
Ranoolpnh Hodges o edar
Key; a daughter, Nancy
Duden of Cedar Key; sons Hal
Hodges and Gene Hodges,
both of Cedar Key; a sister,
Marie Johnson of Cedar Key;
six grandchildren: and 10'
great-grandchildren.
Arrangements by Hiers-
Baxley Funeral Services in
Chiefland.

Sandra Sue Joyner
Sandra Sue Joyner of Cross
City died Friday. Aug. 12,
2005. She was 57.
Mrs. Joyner was born in
Little Washington. Pa., and
moved to Cross City from
Sarasota in 1972. She x\as a
homemaker, a mother and a
member of EPaise Christian
Church in Old Town.
Survivors include her
husband, Wesley Joyner Sr.
of Cross City: a son, Wesley
Joyner Jr. of Cross City; a.
daughter, Joni Kelly of Old
To"'n: brothers Ray Naylor of
Port Charlotte. Randy Navlor
of Mt acka City. Ricky Naylor
of Venice and Heguah Naylor
of Tennessee; a sister. Judy
Young of North Vemrnon, Ind.;
and seven grandchildren.R
Arrangements by Rick
Gooding Funeral Home in
Cross City.

Amion Garrett
Markham
Amion Garrett Markham
of Archer died Tuesday, Aug.
9, 2005, at Shands at' the
University of Florida. He was
12. '.
Amiori was a lifelong
resident of the 'Gainesville
area. He was a student at'
Bronson High School.


He was an ayid Gator fan.
Survivors' include his
parents, William and Vickie
Miarkhamn of Archer; brothers
William Zachary Markham
and Dallas Lane Markham,
both of Gainesville; sisters
Rebecca. Lynn Markham of
Bronson and Cassandra Pearl
Markham of Archer; and his
Maternal grandmother, Doris
Bootle of Mcintosh.


Arrangements by Milam
Funeral and Cremation
Services in Gainesville.


Pat Land Motes
Pat Land Motes of Cross
City died Tuesday, Aug. 9,
2005, at her son's home in
Old Town. She was 76.
Mrs. Motes was born in
Cornersville, Tenn., and
moved to Cross City in 1946.
She was an active member
of the First United Methodist
Church in Cross City, where
she served as a financial
secretary for more than 27
years.
She was preceded in death,
by her. first husband, J.W.
Land.
Survivors include her
husband, James E. Motes of
Cross City; brothers Jimmy
Liles, Jerry Liles and Spain
Liles, all of Cross City, and
Jay Liles of Lewisburg,
Tenn.; daughters Karen
Armstrong of Green Cove
Springs, Vicki Ellison of
Fayetteville, 7 Tenn., Sherrn
Law le\ of Jacksonville, and
Lori Land of Cross City: a
son, Alton Land of Old Tow n;
a stepson. Jim Motes of St.
Petersburg: a stepdaughter,
Judy Serata of St. Petersburg;
seven grandchildren and six
step-grandchildren and one
great-grandson.
Arrangements by Rick
Gooding Funeral Home in,
Cross City. ,,

Viola Oates
Viola Oates of Williston
died Aug. 2, 2005, at Shands
at the University of Florida.
She was 69.
Mrs.. Oates was a lifelong
resident of Williston. She was
a homemaker and a member
of Allen Chapel A.M.E.
Church of Williston. .
Survivors include her
husband, William Oates of:
- Wiltot;:. her,-mothebr,rmpla
Mae Hicks of Williston,-sons
Ernest Oates and Lamonica
Oates, both of Williston;
daughters Gendolyn
Martin of Reddick. Beverly
T. Oates and Theo Oates,
both of Williston. and
Evelena Richards of Archer:
sisters Annie Bell Hicks
and Maggie Davis, both of
Williston: a brother, Curtis
Hicks of Williston: nine
grandchildren; and three
great-grandchildren.
Arrangements by Carnegie
Funeral Home in Chiefland.

Dorothy M. Peters,
Dorothy M. Peters of
Waynes\ ille, N.C., died
Tuesday, Aug. 9' 2005. She
was 90. .
Mrs. Peters was born in
Frederick, Okla.
Local survivors include
sons James Peters and John
Peters, both' of Gainesville,
and Howard Peters of Cedar
Key.


Arrangements
Stephenson-Nelson
Home in Avon Park.


by
Funeral


Dorothy Jane
Porter
Dorothy Jane Porter of
NMorriston died Tuesday. Aug.
9, 2005, at North Florida
Regional Medical Center in
Gainesville. She was 70.
Mrs.. Porter wxas born in
Mitchell, Ind., and moved
to the Morriston area more
than 13 years ago from
Bloomington, Ind.
She was an active member
of the First United Methodist
Church of Bronson.,
Survivors include her
husband ofmore than 53 years,'
John Porter of MNorriston: a
son, Michael Wayne Porter
of Bloomington, Ind.; a
daughter, Virginia Shields
'of Morriston; a brother,
Lloyd Batchelor of Monroe,
Ga.; sisters Helen Garrison
of Bedford, Ind., Lucille
Slaughter of Ocala and Jean
Patton of Mitchell, Ind.; 11
grandchildren and six great-


grandchildren.
Arrangements by Knauff
Funeral Home in Williston.

Rosa Lea Quiette
Rosa Lea Quiette of
Steinhatchee diedWednesday,
Aug. 10, 2005 after a long
illness. She was 75.
Mrs. Quiette was born in
Tarpon Springs and raised
her family in Steinhatchee.
She was a member of the
Fellowship Baptist Church,
the Steinhatchee Garden
Club and the Steinhatchee
Community Project Board.
Survivors include sons
Johnny McDaris of Jena and
Donald McDaris of Cross
City; a brother, Stan Goodson
of Ocala; sisters Lorena
Downing of Steinhatchee,
Gloria Bains of Su"annee.
Dora Mathews of Ocala and
Shirley Davis of Springfield,
Ohio; seven grandchildren;
and five great-grandchildren.
Arrangements by Rick
Gooding Funeral Home in
Cross City.

Florence LaDonne
Reames
Florence LaDonne Reames
of Cross Cit' died Thursday,
Aug. 11, 2005, at Cross City'
Rehabilitation after a long
illness. She \'as 85.
Mrs. Reames was born in
Jordan, Mont., and moved to
Cross City in 1983.
She was a homemaker
and a Christian and enjoyed
listening to gospel music.
She was preceded in death
by her husband, Eldred
Reames, and daughters
Donna Reames and Sandra
Corbin. .
Survivors include sons
Harley Reames of Old.Town
and David Reames of Lake
Wales; a daughter. Karen
Broom of Old Town; three
brothers; four sisters: eight
grandchildren; and 10 great-.
grandchildren. -- .
Arrangements by Rick
Gooding Funeral Home in
Cross City.

Devin Daniel
Stefanosky
Devin Daniel "D Man"
Stefanosky of Bronson died
Sunday. Aug. 7. 2005. He
was 8.
Devin was born in
Gainesville but %\as a lifelong
resident of Bronson. He
would have been in the third
grade at Bronson Elementary
School.
Survivors include his
father. Daniel J. Stefanosky
of Bronson: a sister, Kitana
Paige Stefanosky of Bronson:
his grandmother and step-
grandfather, Dave and
Marianne Reeves of Old
Town: his grandfather and
step-grandmother, John and
Linda Stefan0sky of Fort
Myers: his grandfather, Bob
Elick of Zeleinople, Pa.; his
grandmother, Pon Sun Ki of
Pennsylvania; and his great-
,, grandparents. John and Eileen
Stefanosky of Clarion, Pa.
Arrangements by Hiers-
Baxley Funeral Services in
Chiefland. ,

Lori Beth
Stefanosky
Lori Beth "Kitten Little"
Stefariosky of Bronson died
Sunday. Aug. 7, 2005. She
"as 24. '
Mrs. Stefanosky was born
in Lawrence, Pa., and moved
to Bronson eight years ago.
She worked as an
inspector.


Survivors include her
husband, Daniel J. Stefanosky
of Bronson; a daughter,
Kitana Paige Stefanosky of
Bronson; her father, Bob
Elick of Zelienople, Pa.;
her mother, Pon Sun Ki of
Pennsylvania; a sister, Linda
Elick of Pennsylvania; and
a brother, Bobby Elick of
Pennsylvania.
Arrangements by, Hiers-
Baxley Funeral Services in
Chiefland.

Shirley May Tice
Shirley May Tice of Old
Town died Monday, Aug. 8,
2005, at Shands at AGH in
Gaines ille. She was 70.
Mrs. Tice was born in
Antlers', Okla.
She was a homemaker and
a member of the Suwannee
River Baptist Church in Old
Town.
Survivors include her
h u sband. Delmer Eugene Tice
of Cross City; a.son, Charles
Willis Jr. of California;
daughters Shelly Willis,
Patty Armstrong and Vickie
Anderson, all of Alabama; a
brother. Harold Gene Phillips
of California: and a sister.
Charlotte Hopka of New
Jersey.
Arrangements by Rick
Gooding Funeral Home in'
Cross City.

David Robert
Thomas
David Robert Thomas of
Steinhatchee died Sunday,
Aug. 7, 2005, at his home.
He was 53.:
Mr. Thomas moved to
Dixie County in 1986 from
Crystal River.
He was a cabinet builder in
the construction industry.
He was a Baptist.,
Surnivors include a son,
Chad Thomas of Clearwater;
brothers James Early Thomas
of Gadsden. Ala.. Willard B.
Thio'h i i'd EJL r. \\ illiti
Thomas,LboItho~ teinhatch'e,.
and Eugene Bryant. Thomas
of Crystal River; sisters
Dorothy Thomas Phillips of
Newberry, Louvenia Thomas
of Steinhatchee and Clarisse
Thomas of New Port Richey.
Arrangements by Rick
Gooding Funeral Home in
Cross City.

Geneva Turner
GenevaTurner ofChiefland
died Friday in. Gainesville.
She \\as 84 .. ,
MIrs. Turner \\as born in the
TMorriston area and moved to
Chiefland in 1953 from Cedar
Key.
She was a homemaker and
a member of the Hardeetolwn
Baptist Church.
She "\as the owner and
operator of the Chiefland
Drive-In for many Nears. She
loved flowers and working g in
her yard.
She was preceded in death.
by her husband of 13 years.
J.. Jinm" Turner. :
SSunrvivors. include sons
Grinell Campbell and
,Donald E. Campbell, both of
Alachua, and Osborim Barker
of ,Chiefland: daughters
SEarlene Crews of Chiefland
and Bonnie Cleland of
Savannah, Ga.; sisters JoRuth
Chambers of Gainestille,
Rubs Marlowe of Newberry,
Naonli Hare of Micanopy
and Elsie Porter of Tampa;
a brother, Edgar Baird of
Chiefland; 10 grandchildren:
and 19 great-grandchildren.
Arrangements by Knauff
Funeral Home in Chiefland. ;


Learn to barbecue

Summer is still here and many of us are eating outdoors-
-or at least cooking outdoors. Join them on Saturday, Aug.
20 at 10 a.m. until 12 noon at the Levy County Agricultural
Building in Bronson for a Barbecue Workshop.
Make the, time to learn how to select and use'outdoor
cooking equipment, how to build a charcoal fire, how to plan!,
prepare and serve a meal outdoors. Please call the 4-H Office
at 486-5131 to reserve your seat now. Reservations will also
help us prepare the education packets.


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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


Levy Land

Transactions

7/28/05 8/3/05
Transaction Code: AD-Agree Deed, CD-Correctory Deed, CT-
SCertificate of Title, D-Deed, E-Easement, FJDX-Final Judgement
Divorce X, MMA-Mortgage Modify Agreement, NL-Notice of
Limitation, QCD-Quit Claim Deed, TD-Tax Deed, WD-Warranty
Deed.

WD, $9,995.00, L4, 10(77) REPLAT OF WILLISTON HGH #5
Buyer: SMITH CATHERINE A
Seller: GILREATH JACQUELINE W TRUSTEE
: Seller: WILLIAM A GILREATH REVOCABLE TRUST
WD, $6,595.00, L390(25) UNIVERSITY ESTATES
Buyer: BACKES ROBERT J JR
Seller: GILREATH JACQUELINE W TRUSTEE
Seller: WILLIAM A GILREATH REVOCABLE TRUST
WD, $50,000.00, BDY L7 BACKWATER FARMSITES
Buyer: BABCOCK JOHN R
Seller: LINCOLN JOSEPH F
WD, $13,500.00, L17(59) OAK RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer: STEIN & GIRALDO INC
Seller: ROLDAN IGNACIA
Seller: ROMAN MANUEL CABAN
Seller: OQUENDO IGNACIA ROLDAN
QCD, $229,790.00, BDY SE1/4 SE1/4 21-12-17, ETC, PARCEL
#03538-003-00
Buyer: MARTIN JACQUELINE SMITH
Seller: SMITH JOHNNY M JR
Seller: SMITH MARCIA K
WD, $27,500.00, L41(28) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
J Buyer: DELAHOZ GABRIEL
Buyer: DELAHOZ MARIA
Seller: MASER LINDA F
Seller: MASER VIRGIL G
j WD, $10,000.00, L14(117) WILLISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: ROYALTY INVESTMENT ENTERPRISES CORP
Seller: DE LEON NUBEL
Seller: OJEDA JEOVANNY
QCD, $10.00, BDY NW 1/4 NW/14 12-12-17, PARCEL # 03400-002-OF
Buyer: CLARK DIANNE
Seller: FIE MAUREEN E
r WD, $285,000.00, L14-30, 41-43(A) SUWANNEE RIVER ESTATES
Buyer: DUDAS FAYE
Buyer: DUDAS ISTVAN S
Seller: LOWORN CHARLES T JR
Seller: LOWORN PATSY
Seller: LOWORN PATSY L
Seller: MARCONYAK KAY

Seller: MARCONYAKWANDA KAY
Seller: RATCLIFF GENE D
Seller: RATCLIFF GENE DELOIN
Seller: RATCLIFF LYNN S
,Seller: RATCLIFF LYNN SHANE
WD, $25,000.00, L5(3) REPLAT WILLISTON HGH #5
Buyer: IZAOLA MARIBEL
'Seller: BYRD WILLIAM C
WD, $35,000.00, L4-7(45) WILLISTON HGH #12
Buyer: HARDING SUSAN C
Buyer: HARDING RICHARD A
Seller: MEYERS MARTIN J
Seller: MEYERS MERRILEE I
WD, $42,500.00, L57-60 UNIVERSITY ESTATES, BDY3,9-
10.12.14-15.16-12-17. ETC, SEE IMAGE ,
Buyer: AHMED IMTIAZ .,
Buyer: AWAN RAUF
Buyer: AYUB SHEHZAD H
Seller: SACCO MARCIA
;-.WAD, $5,000.00, L3(8) PEACEFUL ACRES
:Buyer: KLIPPEL RITA L
.Buyer: KLIPPEL BOBBY
Seller: HALL JACQUELINE
Seller: HALL CARSON
WD, $190,000.00, LI CEDAR KEY SHORES ADD
Buyer: DODDROE CARIN E
Buier DODDROE JAMES D III
Seller: GERNHARDT HENRY K
WD, $100,000.00, L17-18(16)A F KNOTTS LAND COMPANY
1ST SD' ANKEETOWN
Buyer: ALLEN DIANE
Buyer: ALLEN JAMES
Seller: SCHLEEDE LORI
Seller SCHLEEDE JOHN F
WD, $100,000.00, L20-23(6)A F KNOTTS LAND COMPANY 1ST
SD YANKEETOWN
Buyer: PELLETIER MICHELLE L
Buyer: PELLETIER DAVID
*Seller: BLANTON PAMELA
Seller: BLANTON AARON P
WD, $160,000.00, L98 FOREST PARK #3 PHASE II
Buyer: WRIGHT BARBARA
Seller: LOVETRO KELLY L
Seller: LOVETRO THERESA M
WD, $13,000,00, L37 DEERE RIVER ESTATES
Buyer: REED WHITNEY
Seller: BROOKINS THOMAS
WD, $50,000.00, L12-13(H) CASONS INGLIS ACRES #9
Buyer: BELL CHRISTINA
Buyer: BELL RYAN R
Seller: BRAY LOVELLA
; Seller: BRAY ALFRED L
WD, $26,900.00. L4(C) D, D. ALLENS 1ST SD TO THE TOWN
OF INGLIS
Buyer: CORCORAN LORRAINE M
SBuyer: CORCOR-AN WILLIAM F
Seller: ISLANDER DEVELOPMENT III LLC
WD, $26,000,00, L5(B) CASONS INGLIS ACRES #5
Buyer BYRER DANN F
Seller: ADAMS GLORIA
WD, $26,000,00, L6(B) CASONS INGLIS ACRES #65
-luyer: BYRER DANN F
Seller: ADAMS GLORIA
WD, $25,500,00, L3(11) OOALA HGH WEST
Buyer. DCL:GL.S KAREN ES
Buyer LEARY HENRY J
Seller: HANUSCH SHIRLEY
Seller: hANUSCH KARI. A
WOD, $565,000,00, L2 WINDING RIVER PRESERV, BDY 17, 20o1-186
Buyer VARKI VIJAY G
R.ver, \?ARK! JOLLY
Seller AMERICAN LAND PARTNERS INC
Seller FL LAND PARTNERS LLO
Se.le, NATIONAL LAND PARTNERS LLC


WD, 2,000.00, LU WINDING RIVER PRESERVE, IDY 17, 20-11--16
Buyer \'RK VUJAY G
guye't VARKI JOLLY
Seller AMERICAN LAND PARTNERS ING
Seller .-L LAND PARTNERS LLO
Seller NATIONAL LAND PARTNERS LLO
WD, ST7E k 'y i5 U WINDING RIVER PRESERVE, RDY 27=11-16
Buyer VARKII VIJAY G
Buyer VARKI JOLLY
Sell, AMERICAN LAND PARTNERS ING
': er F. LAND PARTNERS LLC


AROUND THE COURTHOUSE


Seller: NATIONAL LAND PARTNERS LLC
WD, $12,000.00, L5(8) WILLISTON HGH #5
Buyer: SD SANFORD INC
Seller: HOCZYK SARAH L
Seller: HOCZYK JOSEPH S
WD, $25,000.00, L5(8) WILLISTON HGH #5
Buyer: WILLIAMS CARLOS
Buyer: MARTINEZ VITERBO A
Seller: SD SANFORD INC
WD, $9,000.00, BDY SE114 NW1/4 3-12-17, PARCEL #03282-048-00
Buyer: PRIMA PROPERTIES LLC
Seller: HOPKINS M NORMA
Seller: HOPKINS L GAYLE
WD, $10,000.00, BDY NE1/4 SW1/4 9-12-17, ETC
Buyer: PRIMA PROPERTIES LLC
Seller: GRIFFITH STEPHEN
WD, $8,000.00, L82A FOREST PARK #2 REPLAT
Buyer: PRIMA PROPERTIES LLC
Seller: SCHILBERG JUNE
Seller: SCHILBERG RICHARD
CD, $10.00, OR 891/252, BDY NE1/4 NW1/4 10-12-17
Buyer: DONET REBECCA
Buyer: DONET ROBERT
Seller: FARROW FRED J
WD, $10.00, BDY N1/2 NE1/4 24-14-18
Buyer: MING REBECCA D
Buyer: MING DONALD L
Seller: BERRY JAMES F
WD, $10.00, BDYN1/2NE1/424-14-18
Buyer: MING REBECCA D
Buyer: MING DONALD L
Seller: CHRISTIAN LEE
Seller: SHAW JOHN
Seller: ERVIN CAROL B
WD, $10,000.00, UNDVD 1/12 INTEREST, L5, 8(7) FOWLER
WAY, (3), L1-2(4) NORTH FOWLER WAY, ETC, SI
Buyer: DOZIER SCOTT C
Buyer: DOZIER JOHN L
Buyer: DOZIER G SHEPPARD W
Seller: LOWE R CRAIG
WD, $10,000.00, UNDVD 1/12 INTEREST, L5, 8(7),FOWLER
WAY, (3), L1-2(4) NORTH FOWLER WAY, ETC, SI
Buyer: DOZIER G SHEPPARD W
Buyer: DOZIER JOHN L
Buyer: DOZIER SCOTT C
Seller: LOWE CHRISTINE R
. WD, $10,000.00, UNDVD 1/12 INTEREST, L5, 8(7) FOWLER
WAY, (3), L1-2(4) NORTH FOWLER WAY, ETC, SI
Buyer: DOZIER G SHEPPARD W
Buyer: DOZIER JOHN L
Buyer: DOZIER SCOTT C
Seller: EDNEY ALICE LOWE
WD, $10,000.00, UNDVD 1/12 INTEREST, L5, 8(7) FOWLER
WAY, (3), L1-2(4) NORTH FOWLER WAY, ETC, SI
Buyer: DOZIER SCOTT C
Buyer: DOZIER JOHN L
Buyer: DOZIER G SHEPPARD W
Seller: BORLAND JAMES L
CD, $10.00, OR 857/843, L2(2) GLENWOOD ESTATES #3
Buyer: FRASER ROBERT A
Buyer: ROMERO LORIE J
Seller: FRASER ROXANNE
WD, $11,000.00, L2(2) GLENWOOD ESTATES #3
Buyer: ANGLIN SUSAN
Seller: FRASER ROBERT
Seller: ROMERO LORIE J
Seller: FRASER ROBERT A .. .
WD, $250.000.00, BDY SEI.l4SE21-117 2C, PARlEl ,C
#03538-001-0o .
Buyer: SHASTEEN FRED
Seller: MARTIN JACQUELINE P HULLANDER
WD, $39,995.00, L37(36) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: CASTILLO FLORENCIO
Seller: AMERICAN PRIME LLC
WD, $8,500.00, L21-22(A) CASONS INGLIS ACRES #9
Buyer: BEAVER GORDON MICHAEL
Seller: MYRICK KIMBERLY A
Seller: MYRICK ROGER D
WD, $8,500.00, L5(F) CASONS INGLIS ACRES #1
Buyer: BEAVER GORDON MICHAEL
Seller: ROOF JUANITA
Seller: ROOF CARL G SR
WD, $8,500.00, L21-22(A) CASONS INGLIS ACRES #1
Buyer: ROOF JUANITA
Buyer: ROOF CARL G SR
Seller: BEAVER GORDON MICHAEL
WD, $39,995.00, L 13(33) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: FERNANDEZ DIANA
Seller: AMERICAN PRIME LLC
WD, $39,995.00, L26(35) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATE SEC N
Buyer: SOBRINO ANGEL
Seller: AMERICAN PRIME LLC
WD, $39,995.00, L58(29) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: ROVEGNO GIAN PAOLO
Buyer: ROLLINO SILVANAT
Seller: AMERICAN PRIME LLC
QCD, $2,000.00, L18(28) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N.
Buyer: MCKINNIE LINDA
.Buyer: MCKINNIE WILLIAM
Seller: DORKEN DIANE
Seller: DORKEN LESTER DECEASED
WD, $39,995.00, L50(29) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: ROVEGNO GIAN PAOLO
Buyer: ROLLINO SILVANAT
Seller: AMERICAN PRIME LLC
WD, $18.500.00, L11(51) WILLISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: STEIN & GIRALDO INC
Seller: RODRIGUEZ MAGDALENA REYES
WD, $39,995.00, L50(36) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: SOBRINO JAVIER
Seller: AMERICAN PRIME LLC
WD, $9.500.00. BDY NE1/4 SE11415-12-17, ETC, PARCEL
#03408-096-00
Buyer: STEIN & GIRALDO INC
Seller: ECHANDY ELADIO RIVERA
WD, $44,995.00, L24(28) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: WOO MYONGKIL
Buyer: WOO KYOUNGSOOK
Seller: AMERICAN PRIME LLC
WD, $18,000.00. L8(14l WILLISTON HGH #14
Buyer: HUDSON ESMIE
Buyer HUDSON GEORGE
Seller: S D SANFORD INC
WD, $20,000.00, L12(30) REPLAT WILLISTON HGH #5
Buyer: ROSAANABEL
Buyer. ROSA MILTON
Seller: HERLOCKER JOY LOVEINE


WD, $39,995.00, L30(29) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Bu'i.er ROJAS AGUST1N J
Seller: AMERICAN PRIME LLC
WD, $44,995.00, L39(31) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer GUTIEIRREZ GIULIANNA
Seller AMERICAN PRIME LLC
WD, $24,000.00, BDY SW 114 NW 114 3-12-17, PARCEL
-33; 3J033-'-3)
Buyer: ARCHIE BEVERLY G
Seller PARKER TONY
WD, :, -.'C'L.0 L'.-1.3,i:. L1-5(8)CJRCLE 1 R-'4NC:H SD#1, ETC
Buyer WADE WILLIAM L


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Seller: NEAL ADA
Seller: NEAL TOM
WD, $39,995.00, L7(40) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: CARBALLO ALAN
Seller: AMERICAN PRIME LLC
WD, $39,995.00, L13(30) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: ROVEGNO GIAN PAOLO
Buyer: ROLLINO SILVANAT
Seller: AMERICAN PRIME LLC
WD, $39,995.00, L11(35) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: CARRASQUEL MILAGROS
Buyer: CARRASQUEL RAUL J
Seller: AMERICAN PRIME LLC
WD, $39,995.00, L57(32) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: NOVOA MIGUELA
Seller: AMERICAN PRIME LLC
QCD, $10.00, L5-6(28) MCKENZIES ADD
Buyer: ALLEN ALICE
Seller: JACKSON B L
QCD, $10.00, L5-6(28) MCKENZIES ADD
Buyer: ALLEN ALICE
Seller: DEAN D
QCD, $10.00, L5-6(28) MCKENZIES ADD
Buyer: ALLEN ALICE
Seller: HAYES LOYANN
QCD, $10.00, L1,3(33) CHIEFLAND FLORIDA
Buyer: ALLEN ALICE
Seller: JACKSON B L
QCD, $10.00, LI,3(33) CHIEFLAND FLORIDA
Buyer: ALLEN ALICE
Seller: DEAN D
QCD, $10.00, L1,3(33) CHIEFLAND FLORIDA
Buyer: ALLEN ALICE
Seller: HAYES LOYANN ALLEN
WD, $44,995.00, L18(31) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: RAMOS JUDITH
Seller: AMERICAN PRIME LLC
QCD, $10.00, L12(17) OCALA HGH WEST
Buyer: CSP &ASSOC INC
Seller: POWELL C S
WD, $12,000.00, L15(102) WILLISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: EARTH ACQUISITIONS INC
Seller: MORENO ROJAS GLORIA
Seller: ROJAS GLORIA MORENO
Seller: SIERRA GLORIA MORENO
WD, $39,995.00, L22(37) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: LANDAETA NANCY A
Buyer: DIAZ OSCAR E
Seller: AMERICAN PRIME LLC
WD, $12,000.00, L6(85) OAK RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer: DOIRIN VENANTHE P
Buyer: DOIRIN LOUIS
Seller: PAUL SABINE
WD, $10,000.00, L5(127) WILLISTON .HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: DOPPLERDAVE INC
Seller: ROSADO MARGARITA
Seller: ORTIZ JOSE L AYALA
Seller: AYALA ORTIZ JOSE L
WD, $40,000.00, L9(16) WILLISTON HGH #12, W/MH
Buyer; LOPEZ STEPHANIE
Buyer: LOPEZ RAUL
Seller: WOLFGRAM THERESA R
WD, $25,000.00, BDY L2(14) VILLAGE OF GREEN THUMBS
DEV INC #1
Buyer: HALL RUPERT A
Buyer: SWABY SYLVIA E
Seller: DENIS GRAZIA J.
Seller- DENIg PIERRE .. ..., ,, .
W'WD, $146,700.00, LE5-36 OF 5 OAKS ACRES SEC 2
Buyer: HALL KEVIN DEAN
Buyer: DUTTWEILER CATHERINE A
Seller: HALL JOHN CHARLES
WD, $10.00, L35-36 OF 5 OAKS ACRES SEC 2
Buyer: DUTTWEILER CATHERINE A
Buyer: HALL KEVIN DEAN
Seller: CARMICHAEL KATHLEEN JO HALL
WD, $10.00, L35-36 OF 5 OAKS ACRES SEC 2
Buyer: HALL KEVIN DEAN
Buyer: DUTTWEILER CATHERINE A
Seller: HALL RICHARD BRYAN
WD, $10.00, L35-36 OF 5 OAKS ACRES SEC 2
Buyer: DUTTWEILER CATHERINE A
Buyer: HALL KEVIN DEAN
Seller: HALL KEVIN DEAN
WD, $50,000.00, L3(47), L 13(127) WILLISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: LAURENT MARIE S
Buyer: LAURENT MESAC
Seller: EDOUARD MAXI
CT, $100.00, 38-05-CA-244, L10 PINEWOOD ESTATES #2, W/MH
Buyer: CAPITAL CITY BANK
Seller: CLERK OF COURT DANNY J SHIPP
Seller: HURST FRANKLIN F
WD, $37,500:00, L5(2) WOODFIELDS SD
Buyer: PITTMAN BETTY JEWEL
Seller: PRINE TERESA P
WD, $10.00, L5(2) WOODFIELDS SD
Buyer: PITTMAN MARIA S
Buyer: PITTMAN BETTY JEWEL
Seller: PITTMAN BETTY JEWEL
WD, $10.00, L5-6(B) PINE OAK HILLS SD
Buyer: ANTOINE MICHEL
Buyer: CHARLES KATHLEEN JEAN :
Buyer: JEAN CHARLES KATHLEEN
Seller: PIERRE WILTHER
WD, $32,000.00, L7(15) UNIVERSITY OAKS
Buyer: NGUYEN NGA
Seller: ASH INVESTMENT COMPANY
WD, $75,000.00, BDY E1/21-12-14, PARCEL# 00842-005-00
Buyer: COLSON JOYCE
Buyer: COLSON KARY
Seller: JONES TOMMY
WD, $240,000 00. L12 WINDING RIVER PRESERVE, BDY 16-11-16
Buyer: MORENO JORGE DUVA
Buyer: MORENO MARIO A
Buyer: MORENO VICTORIA
Buyer: SIERRA GUSTAVO
Buyer: MESA MARIA E
Buyer: PALACIO JORGE DUVA
Seller: AMERICAN LAND PARTNERS INC
Seller: FL LAND PARTNERS LLC
Seller: NATIONAL LAND PARTNERS LLC
WD, $9,000.00, L 1(6) BLACK JACK RIDGE EST
Buyer ROBERTS SEAN D
Seller: STORY LINDA G


WD, $21,000.00, LOT K5 GLEASONS TRAILER VILLAGE, WIMH
Buyer: MCCALLIP LINDA
Buyer: MCCALLIP PAUL
Seller BECKMAN VELMA M
Seller. GOWER ROGER M
Seller: GOWER NANCY L
Seller. BECKMAN GALEN E
WD, $20,0010.00, L5(22) WILLiSTON HGH 3&CC ESTATES
Buyer LINDO FLOYD
Seller BREAKTHRU PROPERTIES INC
WD, $26,000.00, L6(36) WILLISTON HGH #7
Buyer KELLOM CHRISTOPHER
Buyer KELLOM MARJORIE
Se ler: EDWARDS ESME More on page 15







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LEVYY COUNTY JOURNAL
I. 0 COl!'TY PAPEi EST. I 9*t


100 MISCELLANEOUS
105 Personals
110 Lost & Found
115 Notices
125 Services
130 Free
200 EMPLOYMENT
210 Help Wanted/Full-time
240 Help Wanted/Part-time
245 Work Wanted
300 RENTALS
305 Apartments for Rent
310 Houses for Rent
315 Mobile Homes for Rent


Call:
Fax:


330 Commercial Property
for Rent
345 Wanted to Rent
400 REAL ESTATE
405 Condos & Apart-
ments for Sale
410 Houses for Sale
415 Mobile Homes for
Sale
435 Commercial Property
for Sale
500 FOR SALE
505 Antiques
510 Auctions


Chiefland


515 Yard Sales
525 Appliances
535 Pets & Animals
600 RECREATION
605 Boats & Marine
610 Campers & RVs
615 Motorcycles &ATVs
700 FARM
705 Farm Equipment
800 TRANSPORTATION
810 Automobiles
820 Trucks
825 Vans
900 LEGALS


How to Place Your Ad
352-490-4462 Bronson 352-486-2312


Chiefland 352-490-4490


Email: mblitch@'le\yjournal.com
Visit: 13 South Main Street, Chiefland


Bronson 352-486-5042

440 South Court Street, Bronson


Miscellaneous I

101


Personals
105
AA MEETING--for information
call North Central Florida Inter-
group Office at (352) 372-8091
which is also a 24 hour local hot-
-line number, tfn

Lost and Foun|
110
IF YOU'VE lost an animal, dog
or cat, please contact the Levy
County Animal Control at 486-
5138 www.levycountyanimal.
petfinder.org. Tfnf
Servie'

T & J TREE SERVICES. Li-
censed and insured, free esti-
mates, 17 years experience, and
24-hr. emergency service. Call
352-486-6297. 9/29p
TREES, TREES, TREES. Langs-
ton Tree Services, Inc. Call (352)
490-4456. 8/25 tfnb

Employment 3

20
Help Want"
210 Full time-
OPERATIONS/CUSTOMER
SERVICE. Assistant needed
ASAP for position at a growing
manufacturing company. Experi-
ence in residential construction
and/or estimating a strong plus.
Must be skilled in typing & MS
Office. 'Duties will include, but
not limited to, shipping, estimat-
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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


CLASSIFIED & LEGALS


THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 2005


Page 13


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

CASE NO. 38-1994 DR 0244
IN RE: The Marriage of

WILLIAM A. BROWN, JR.,
Former Husband,
and

RENEE LYNN RONEY,
Former Wife..

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: RENEE LYNN RONEY
308 West Kingswood
Drive
Enterprise, Alabama
36330
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for to modify primary
physical residence been filed
against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to it,
on the Former Husband's attor-
ney, whose name is EDITH R.
RICHMAN, and whose address
is P.O. Box 10, Archer, Florida
32618, on or be-fore August 25,
2005, and file the original with
the clerk of this court either be-
fore service on the Former Hus-
band's attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the peti-
tion .

DATED July 21, 2005

DANNY J. SHIPP,
As Clerk of the Court

By: LaOuanda Latson
Deputy Clerk
(Court Seal)
"Persons with disabilities re-
quest-ing reasonable accom-
modations to participate in this
proceeding should contact Court
Administra-tion or Florida Relay
Service at (800) 955-8771.

Pub: July 28,
August 4. 11. 18.2005


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


CASE NO. 38-2005CA-0331

JACQUELINE NULTY and
ROBERT REEDY,
Plaintiffs,

vs. '
RICHARD H. EMERSON. if
married, if alive his unknown
spouse, and if dead his un-
known heirs. devisees, grant-
ees, creditors, or other parties
Claiming by. through. under, or
against him individually,.
Defendant.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: RICHARD H. EMERSON
13 UNDARO CT.'
FORT MYERS, FL 33912-
2080
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to Quiet Title as to the fol-
lowing described lands:
LOT 6, BLOCK 37, WILLIS-
TON HIGHLANDS UNIT 14,
according to the plat thereof
re-corded in Plat Book 4, Page
14, O.R. Book 281, Page 622,
, :,public records of Levy County
Florida.
TAX PARCEL # 09834-005-
00
.' filed against you and you are
re-quired to serve a copy of
: your written defenses, if any,.
on RONALD W. STEVENS,
Petitioner's attorney, whose ad-
dress is Post Office Box 1444,.
Bronson. FL 32621, on or be-
Sfore September 2, 2005, and
file the original with the Clerk of
this Court either be-fore service
on Plaintiffs attorney or imme-
Sdiately thereafter; otherwise a
Default will be entered against
you for the relief de-manded in
the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this Court on July 20, 2005.

DANNY J. SHIPP '
Clerk of Court


'BY: Gwen McElroy '

Persons with disabilities re-
quest-ing reasonable accom-
modations to participate in this
proceeding should contact (352)
374-3639 (Voice & TDD) or via
Florida Relay Service at (800)
955-8771.
Pub: July 28, August 4, 11, 18,
25,2005 ,


In The Circuit Court Of The
Eighth Judicial Circuit In And
For Levy County. Florida

Case No.: 38-2005CA000645

MCH 103, FL Corp., Trustee
Plaintiffs

Vs
Josephine B. Seely et. al (as to
Parcel 1); Allen E. Miller et.al.
(as to Parcel 2)
Defendants

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: As to Parcel 1:
Josephine B. Seely;
Barbara Ann Vohringer;
Sharon Lee Hovestadt;
Constance Jean Colvard;
Nancy Carol Brown;
Dawn LeAnne Brown;
Lot 5, Block 1, Williston High-
lands Unit 7, Plat Book 4, Page
4, Property I.D. 09567-004-00
As to Parcel 2:
Allen E. Miller;
Lot 17, Block 6, Bronson
Heights Subdivision, Plat Book
3, Pages 33 and 34, Property
I.D. 06651-002-00,
All references to the public re-
cords of Levy County, Florida
And, as to each and all defen-
dants: if alive, and if dead, their
respective unknown spouses,
heirs, devisees, grantees, credi-
tors, or other parties claiming by,
through, under or against them
individually, and all persons who
might claim by. through. or under.
them,
AND. TO ALL PERSONS
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to Quiet Title with respect
to the properties set forth in the
foregoing as been filed against
you and you are required to
serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, on Jerry Benja-
min, attorney for Plaintiff, whose
address is 4780 Dolphin Cay
Lane, # 103. St. Petersburg, FL
33711-4676. and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court on'or
before September 2, 2005 oth-
erwise a default will be entered
against you", for the relief de-
manded .in the Complaint
WITNESS my hand and seal
of this Court on this 19th day of
July, 2005.

CLERK .OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT, LEVY COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA
Gwen McElroy
Deputy Clerk
(Court Seal)

Pub: July 28,
: August 4, 11, 18, 2005


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

Case No. 38-2005-CA 650

GERALD DOCKTER,;"
Plaintiff,

vs.
EDWARDA. CHASE and CHER-
YL CHASE, and FOREST PARK
III PROPERTY OWNERS AS-
SOCIATION, INC.,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: EDWARD A.: CHASE :
1205' Osage Street
Wynne, Arkansas 72396 .

S CHERYL CHASE
,', 1205 Osage Street
Wynne. Arkansas 72396

AS WELLAS any and all other
parties claiming by, through.
un-der, or against EDWARD A..
CHASE and CHERYL CHASE,
or their respective heirs, admin-
istralors 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 Io the fol-
low-ing property in Levy County;
Flor-ida, to-wit: '
SLot 45, FOREST PARK III,
PHASE I, according to .plat
thereof recorded in Plat Book 6'
Pages 8 through 11, public re-
cords of Levy County, Florida.
S26, T11S, R17E. (Parcel Ac-


count No. 16605-000-00)

has been filed against you and
syou are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses to it, if,
any,, on CHARLOTTE J; WEI-:
DNER. Plaintiff s attorney, whose
address is Post Office Box 1354,
Bronson, 'Florida 32621, on or
before September 2, 2005, and
file the original with the Clerk of


this Court either before service
on Plaintiff's attorney or immedi
ately thereafter; otherwise a de
fault will be entered against yoi
for the relief de-manded in thi
Complaint or peti-tion.
Dated this 21 day of July
2005.


DANNY J. SHIPP
Clerk of Court

By: Gwen McElrpy
Deputy Clerk
(Court Seal)

Pub: July 28,
August 4, 11, 18, 2005

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

CASE NO. 38-2005CA-000241
HENRY BROWN
Plaintiff,
vs.
MOSES N. BROWN a/k
a MOSES NILE BROWN
DECEASED, ROBERT BROWN
PATSY VIRGINIA HOOD a/k/
PATSY MORGAN a/k/a PATT
MORGAN, JOAN TRAYWICK
DENNIS BROWN, AND OL
MAY BARNETT if married,
alive, and if dead. their respective
unknown, spouses, heirs
devisees, grantees, creditors
or other parties claiming by
through, under or against there
individually, .
Defendants.
AMENDED NOTICE
OF ACTION
TO: MOSES N. BROWN
MOSES NILE BROWN
ADDRESS UNKNOWN
JOAN TRAYWICK
2357 INDUSTRIAL BLVD
GARY. INDIANA 46402
ROBERT BROWN
CENTRAL AVENUE
GARY, INDIANA 46402
OLA MAY BARNETT
100 WEST 11TMAVENUE
GARY, INDIANA 46402

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a
action to Quiet Title as to th
following described lands:


Those lands as
in Exhibit "A" attach
'and made a part h
reference.
TAX PARCEL #0500
EXHIBIT A
Begin 4.24 chains
Northeast corner of
NW of Section 4, To
South, Range 19 EaE
run South 7.07 chain
run West 1.20 chain
run North 7.07 chain
run East 1.20 chains
of beginning. A fract
-of an acre in NW of
Section 4, Township
Range 19 East, Lev
Florida, Less the Nor
thereof conveyed to th
Florida for right-of-wa
318, per Deed Book 51
Public Records of Lev
Florida.

filed against you and
required to serve a
your written defense
on RONALD W. S
Petitioner's .attorney
address is Post Office
Bronson, FL 32621, on
September 16, 2005
the original with the Cl
Court either before s
Plaintiffs attorney or im
thereafter; otherwise
will be entered agz
for the relief demand
Complaint.
WITNESS my han
seal of this Court on
2005.

DANNY
Clerk of
BY: Gwei
Persons with
requesting r
accommodations to
in this proceeding shou
(352) 374-3639 (Voic
or via Florida Relay
(800) 955-8771. '
Pub: August 11, 18, 25
september 1, 20(


IN THE CIRCUIT C
EIGHTH JUDICIAL (
IN AND FOR LEVY C
FLORIDA,
Case No. 38-2005
CLAUDE JEANNOT
MICHELINE L. JEANN

vs.
JEAN G. CARPENT
known as JEAN GAR
CARPENTER, DO
GARDENHIRE. and R(


describe
ed here
hereof b

8-000-OC

i West c
NW 4
wnship 1
st; then
is: then


e JONES, or their respective heirs,


e JONES, or their respective heirs,
- administrators and assigns,

u Defendants.
e
NOTICE OF ACTION
, TO: JEAN G. CARPENTER
Address Unknown

DORIS W. GARDENHIRE
Deceased

ROSALIE C. JONES
Address Unknown

AS WELL AS any and all
other parties. claiming by,
through, under, or against
JEAN G. CARPENTER, also
known as JEAN GARDENHIRE
CARPENTER, DORIS W.W
GARDENHIRE, Deceased, and
ROSALIE C. JONES, 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 following
k/ property in Levy County, Florida,
, to-wit:
q, Lot 2, Block. 14, WILLISTON
a HIGHLANDS GOLF &
Y COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES as
C, filed in the public records of Levy
A County, Florida, OR' Book 137,
if Page 479.
e S21-T13S, RI8E
s, (Parcel No. 09191-000-00)
s, has been filed against you and
y, you are required to serve a
rn copy of your written defenses
to it, if any, on CHARLOTTE J.
WEIDNER, Plaintiff's attorney.
whose address is Post Office Box
A1354, Bronson, Florida 32621,'
on or before September 9, 2005,
and file the original with the
Clerk of this Court either before
service on Plaintiffs attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise
a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
the Complaint or petition.
Dated this 27"' day of July,
2005.
DANNY J. SHIPP
Clerk of Court

By: Gwen McElroy
i Deputy Clerk
e Pub: August 4, 11, 18, 25, 2005'
A jA M---4----- A
d IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
to
)y LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA
S PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 38-2004-CP-0173


of Division:
3 IN R'E:ESTATE OF
,e ROBERT RUDOLPH
e BURGMAN


s; thence Deceased.
s; thence, NOTICE TO CREDITORS
is; thence
o. pce The administration of the
toa plar estate of Robert Rudolph
NW., Burgman, deceased, whose
13 South date of death was August 31,
... .C 2004 is pending in the Circuit
y County,' Cu ,
th 33, feet Court for Levy County, Florida,
e State of Probate Division; File Number
iy of S.R 38-2004-CP-0173; the address
pag 16 of which is RP.O. Drawer 610,
page 16, Bronson; FL 32621. The names'
vy County, .
and addresses of the personal
representative and the personal
Syo, arerepresentative's attorney are set
you. forth below.
copy of All creditors of the decedent and
s, any, other persons, who have claims
wEVhos or demands against decedent's
Bo 1444 estate, including unmatured,
or before contingent or unliquidated
SandFile claims, and who have been
n i served a copy of this notice, must
lerk of this
erk of file their claims with this court
mervice on WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
immediately (3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
a defaultOF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
ainst you OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
led in the(30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
d and the THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
August 2, All other creditors of the
decedent and other persons
J. sHIPP who have claims or demands
Court against the decedent's estate,
ouMcEroy including unmatured, contingent
n McEdisabilitioy or unliquidated claims, must
aisa bilities file their claims with this court
reasonable WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS
participate AFTER THE DATE_ OF THE
ld contact FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
e & TDD) NOTICE P.
Service at :
service ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED,:
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
0, TI NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
COURT TWO (2) YEARS OF MORE
CIRCUIT, AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
COUNTY, DATE OF DEATH IS 'BARRED.
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
5-CA-0477' PUBLICATION OFTHIS NOTICE
TE and IS: AUGUST11, '2005.
JOTTE, Personal Representative:
Plaintiffs, Deborah Idella Burgma.n
20810 N.E. 4511 Street
rER, also Williston, FL 32696
ZDENHIRE Attorney for Personal


RIS W..
OSALIE C.


Representative:
Harold Silver. Esquire


Florida Bar No. 149168
418 N. Main Street
Gainesville, FL 32601
Telephone: (352) 375-8563
Pub: August 11, 18, 2005

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No. 38-2005-CA 706
SUE C. MIDDLETON, TTEE,
Plaintiff,,
vs.
WILLIAM CERELLI, JR., LOUIS.
F. MARCHESANI and GERALD
LANGE,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: WILLIAM CERELLI, JR.
511 Shirley Avenue
Franklin Lakes, NJ 07417

LOUIS F. MARCHESANI
Deceased

GERALD LANGE '
140 Sylvan Avenue 1661'
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
' 07632-2514

AS WELL AS any and all other
,parties claiming by, through,,
under, or against WILLIAM
CERELLI, JR., LOUIS' F..
MARCHESANI and GERALD
LANGE, 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 following
property in Levy County. Florida.
to-wit:
The W %ofSE % of NE ,
of NW 1. of SE of Section 29,
Township. 11 South, Range 17,
East, Levy County, Florida, being
Tract N. 125.
(Parcel No. 03233-122-00)
has been, filed against you and
you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses
to it, if any, on CHARLOTTE J.
WEIDNER, Plaintiff's attorney,
whose address is Post Office Box
1354, Bronson, Florida 32621,
on or before September 8., 2005,
and file the original with the
Clerk of this Court either before
service on Plaintiffs attorney or
i trnmediately thereafteRotherwise
a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
the Complaint or petition.
Dated this 1: day of August


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 38-2005-CA-000503
JUDGE: GUINTA
IN RE: FORFEITURE OF A 1987
CHEVROLET
S-10 PICKUP TRUCK, VIN:
1GCNS14R7H2215943
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO; MARY PRIDGEON
410 Third Avenue SW
Decatur, AL 35601

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action to forfeit your
interest in the following property
in Levy County, Florida:


1987 Chevrolet
10 Pickup Truck,
1GCNS14R7H2215943


s-
VIN:


has, been filed against you, and
you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses, if
any, on ANTHONY ANDREWS,
Assistant Attorney General,
Petitioner's attorney, whose
address is The Capitol, Suite PL-
01, Tallahassee, Florida 32399,
on or before September 16,
2005, and file the original with the
clerk of this court either before
service on petitioner's attorney or
immediatelythereafter: otherwise
a default will be entered against
you for relief demanded in the
Complaint.
Dated: August 1, 2005
DANNY SHIPP, Clerk'
Circuit and County Courts

By: Gwen McElroy
Deputy Clerk
Pub: August 11, 18, 25,
September 1, 2005

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No. 38-2005-CA 707
JOHN MIDDLETON. TTEE,
Plaintiff,
vs.
VERNON L. BODE and ROSE
ANN BODE
his wife,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: VERNON L. BODE
Deceased

ROSE ANN BODE
Address Unknown


2005. S WELL AS any and all other
DANNY J. SHIPP parties claiming by, through;
Clerk of Court under, or against VERNON L.
BODE and ROSE ANN BODE,
By: Deanna Dobbins his wife, or their respective heirs,
Deputy Clerk administrators and assigns,'
Pub: August 1t1, 18, 25, '.as well as all parties having pr
September 1, 2005 claiming to have any right, title
.or interest in the property herein
described. .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA action to quiet title to the following
'PROBATE DIVISION property in Levy County, Florida,
File No. 38-2004-CP-0173 to-wit:
Division: Lots 18 and 19, Block 6,
.N RE: ESTATE OF B&R SUBDIVISION UNIT 2, as
ROBERT RUDOLPH recorded in Plat Book3, page 29,
BURGMAN .e i ,public records of Levy County,
S Deceased. Florida.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION S29 T12S R18E
(Intestate)29, T12, R8E.
The adminstation of the estate (Parcel No. 06756-008-001
The administration of the estate has been filed against you and
of Robert Rudolph Burgman, you're required to serve a
deceased, File Number 38- copy o your written defenses
2004-CP-0173, is pending in the tcopyit, if any, on CHARLOTTE J.
Circuit Court for Levy County, iDnE, Pntif ar
Florida, Probate Division, the attorney,
s f w whose address is Post Office Box
address of which is P.O. Drawer1354 Bronson, Florida 32621,
610, Bronson, FL 32621. The 1354, Bronson, Florida 32621,
estate is intestate. The names onorbefore september 8, 2005,
and addresses of the personal and file the original with the Clerk
representative and the personal of this Court either before service
representative's attorney are set Plaintiff's attorney or immediately,
forth below, thereafter; otherwise a default
All interested persons on will be entered against you
whom a copy of this Notice of for the relief demanded in the
Administration is served must Complaint or petition.


file any objections that challenge
the qualifications of the personal
representative, venue, or
jurisdiction of this Court, by
filing a petition or other pleading
requesting relief with the Court,
in accordance with the Florida
Probate Rules, WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE.
OF SERVICE OF A COPY .OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
ALL OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER,
BARRED.
Personal Representative:
Deborah Idella Burgman
S20810 N.E.45th ,Street
Williston, FL 32696
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Harold Silver, Esquire
Florida Bar No. 149168
,418 N. Main Street
Gainesville, FL 32601
Telephone: (352) 375-8563
Pub.: August 11, 18, 2005

ADVERTISING
PAYS


Dated this 1-' day of August
2005.
DANNY J. SHIPP,
Clerk of Court

By: Deanna Dobbins
Deputy Clerk
Pub: August 11, 18, 25,
September 1, 2005


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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


CLASSIFIED & LEGALS


THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUlT IN AND FOR LEVY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 38-2004-CA-0667

TRI-COUNTY BANK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
WILMAM. BURKETT; and JOHN
DOE or
JANE DOE, as unknown tenants
in possession,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that I, DANNY SHIPP, Clerk of
the Circuit Court of the Eighth,
Judicial Circuit, in and for LEVY
County, Florida, pursuant to the
Summary Final Judgment in
Foreclosure entered in the above
styled cause, will sell at pub-
lic sale the following described
property situate in LEVY County,
Florida, to wit:
LOT 49, BLOCK B, SUWAN-
NEE RIVER SPRINGS SUB-
DIVISION NO. 1, according to
the plat thereof recorded in Plat
Book 1, Page 52, public records
of Levy County, Florida.
TOGETHER WITH 1982 HERI
Mobile Home bearing ID# 3035.
Said sale shall be made to the
highest and best bidder for cash
pursuant to the Final Judgment
entered in the above styled cause
and will be held at the front door
of the Levy County Courthouse
in Bronson, Florida, on the 29th
day of August, 2005, commenc-
ing at the hour of 11:00 A.M.
All interested parties shall be
governed accordingly by this No-
tice.
Dated this 5th day of August,
2005.
DANNY SHIPP
Clerk of the Court
S By: Gwen McElroy
(Court Seal)
Pub: August 11, 18, 2005


IN THE .CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION

CASE NO. 38-2005-CA-219


DIVISION
WELLS FARGO BANK, NA, AS
TRUSTEE FOR MASTR ASSET
BACKED SECURITIES TRUST
2002-OPT1 MORTGAGE PASS-
THROUGH CERTIFICATES SE-
RIES 2002-OPT1,
Plaintiff,
vs.



MICHAEL MULLINS. et al,
Defendant(s).



NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment
of Mortgage Foreclosure dated
August 03, 2005 and entered in
Case NO. 38-2005-CA-219 of
the Circuit Court of the EIGHTH
Judicial Circuit in and. for
LEVY County, Florida wherein
WELLS FARGO BANK, NA, AS
TRUSTEE FOR MASTR ASSET
BACKED SECURITIES TRUST
2002-OPT1 MORTGAGE PASS-
THROUGH CERTIFICATES SE-
RIES 2002-OPTi, is the Plain-
tiff .and MICHAEL MULLINS;
VALERIE S MULLINS; ANY
SAND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
UNDER, AND AGAINST .THE.
HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL
DEFENDANTS) :WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR
ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANT-
EES, OR OTHER CLAIMAN;
are the Defendants, I will sell to
the highest and best bidder for
cash at MAIN LOBBY OF THE
LEVY COUNTY COURTHOUSE
at 11:00 AM, on the 12th day of,
September. 2005. the following
described property as set forth in
said Final Judgment:


LOT 4, BLOCK 35, WILLIS-
TON HIGHLANDS, UNIT 14,
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 4, PAGES 14A,
14B, PUBLIC RECORDS OF
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA,
TOGETHER WITH, THAT CER-
TAIN MOBILE HOME LOCAT-
ED THEREON DESCRIBED


AS A 1999 LIMITED DOUBLE-
WIDE WITH SERIAL NUM-
BERS FLA14614286A AND
FLA14614286B AND TITLE
NUMBERS 76560178 AND
76560179 AND REAL PROPER-
TY NUMBERS 12077954 AND
12077955.

A/K/A 1431 NE 120th
Avenue, Williston, FL 32696

WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this Court on Au-
gust 4, 2005.

Danny J. Shipp
Clerk of the Circuit Court

By: Gwen McElroy
Deputy Clerk
Pub.: August 11, 18, 2005
F05006957
OPTION ONE CONV R -
amerjanian


PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
THAT THE LEVY COUNTY
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS-
SIONERS WILL HOLD A PUB-
LIC WORKSHOP TO DISCUSS
TWO ISSUES: 1) SPRINGS
PROTECTION AND DEVELOP-
MENT POLICIES IN SPRING-
SHEDS AND 2) MAJOR KEY
PLANNING ISSUES TO BE AD-
DRESSED IN THE 2006 EVAL-
UATION AND APPRAISAL RE-
PORT. THE WORKSHOP WILL
BE HELD ON AUGUST 23, 2005
AT 6:30 P.M. IN THE COUN-
TY COMMISSION MEETING;
ROOM AT THE COURTHOUSE
IN BRONSON.
Pub: August 11, 18, 2005.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASENO.: 38-2005-CA-83
Green Tree Servicing LLC f/k/a
GreenPoint Credit, LLC, a cor-
poration, -
Plaintiff, '
vs.
David Elmer Shirley, IF LIVING,
AND IF DECEASED,. THEIR
UNKNOWN SPOUSES, HEIRS.
DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
CREDITORS. AND ALL
OTHER PARTIESS CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER
OR AGAINST THEM; KAREN
CASSIDYAND RONNIE
CASSIDY; JOHN DOE and
JANE DOE AND ANY -
OTHER PERSON (S) IN POS-
SESSION OF THE
SUBJECT REAL PROPERTY
WHOSE REAL NAMES
ARE UNCERTAIN,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE

Notice is hereby given that,
pursuant to an order, or a final
judgment of foreclosure entered
in the above-captioned action, I
will sell, the property situated in
LEVY County, Florida. described
as: .
Lot 1, Block 33, of THE RE-
-PLAT OF WILLISTON HIGH-
LANDS, Unit No. "5, as per plat
thereof, recorded in Plat Book
4, Pages 5 through 5E; of the
Public Records of Levy County,
Florida.
'INCLUDING the following
Manufactured Home: 2002
FLEETWOOD WAVERLY
CRES 32 X 76, Serial Num-
bers: FLFL170A29289WC21 &
FLFL170B29289WC21.

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 Courthouse. 355 South
Court Street, Bronson, Florida
at 11:00 a.m., on September 12,

DATED this 10th day of August,
2005. '
DANNY J. SHIPP
CLERK OF THE COURT
'(Court Seal)

BY: Gwen McElroy
Deputy Clerk ,

SCHUYLER-STEWART-SMITH
Chad A. Dean, Esq.
118 West Adams St. #800
Jacksonville, FL 32202
(904) 353-5884
AMERICANS WITH DISABILI-
TIES ACT (ADA) NOTICE
Individuals with disabilities
needing a reasonable accom-
modation to participate in this
proceeding should contact the
Court administrator's office, as
soon as possible. If hearing im-
paired, 1-800-995-8771 (TDD);
or 1-800-955-8770 (V) vial Flor-
ida Relay Serv'ice.
Pub:August 18, 25, 2005


10750 NW 72nd Court
Chiefland, FL 32626
Attorney for Person Giving No-
tice:
GREGORY V. BEAUCHAMP,
P.A.
Florida Bar No. 178770
P.O. Box 1129.
Chiefland, FL 32644
Telephone (352) 493-1458
Pub: August 18, 25, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR LEVY COUNTY
FLORIDA
Case No. 38-2005-CA 708
JOHN MIDDLETON, TTEE,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JAMES E. NEATHERY and
JEAN C. NEATHERY,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: JAMES E. NEATHERY
Address Unknown

JEAN C. NEATHERY
Deceased
AS WELL AS any and all othel
parties claiming by, through, un-
der, or against JAMES E. NEAT-
HERY and JEAN C. NEATHERY
or their respective heirs, admin-
istrators and assigns, as well as
all parties having 'or claiming tc
have any right, title or interest in
the property herein described.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to quiet title to the fol-
lowing property in Levy County,
Florida, to-wit: '
Lot 5, Block 5,,WOLF SPRING
HILLS, according to plat thereof
recorded in Plat Book 5, Page 7,
public records of Levy County,
Florida. OR Book 141, page 326.
Sec. 22, T12S, R17E.
(Parcel No. 13799-000-00)
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses to it, if
any, on CHARLOTTE :J. WEI-
DNER,.Plaintiff's attorney, whose
address is Post Office Box 1354,
Bronson, Florida 32621, on or
before September 8, 2005, and
file the original with the Clerk of
this Court either before service
on Plaintiff's attorney or immedi-
ately thereafter; otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the
Complaint or petition. "
Dated this 1st day of August
2005.
DANNY J. SHIPP
Clerkicof Court

By: Deanna Dobbins
Deputy.Clerk
Pub: August 11, 18, 25,
September 1, 2005

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 38-2005-CP-0116
IN RE: ESTATE OF
THERON E. RAIN, .
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Formal Administration)

TO ALL PERSONS HAV-
ING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ES-
TATE:

You are hereby notified that a
Formal Administration has been
filed in the Estate of THERON E.
RAIN, Deceased. File Number
2005-CP-0116, by the Circuit
Court for LEVY County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of
which is P.O. Drawer 610, Bron-
son, FL 32644.

ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT:

All creditors of the Decedent
and other persons having claims
or demands against Decedents
estate on whom a copy of this
notice is served within three
months or after the date of the"
first publication of this notice
must file their claims with this
Court WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR
THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICEON THEM.

SAll other creditors of the Dece-
dent and persons having claims
or demands against the estate
of the Decedent must file their
claims with this Court WITHIN
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
The date of the first publica-
tion of this Notice is August 18,
2005.
Person Giving Notice:
SEMMA RUTH RAIN,


THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
File No. 38-2005CP000127
The Estate of:
John Thomas Hodge,
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Whom It May Concern:
The estate of JOHN.THOM.
AS HODGE, file no. 38.
2005CP000127, is pending ir
the Circuit Court for Levy County
FL, Probate Division, whose ad-
dress is PO Box 610, Bronson
FL 32621. The personal repre-
sentalive is Christine D. Hodge
whose address is 4450 176t"
AVE., Williston, FL 32696. The
attorney .for the personal repre-
sentative is Steven M. Chamber-
lain, whose address is 618 NE 1s
ST, Gainesville, FL 32601. The
date of first publication is August
18, '2005. Creditors of this es-
late must file claims against this
estate with the court during the
time periods set forth in FL Stat-
utes. 733.702 (within the later of
3 months after the date of Ihe
first publication of this notice oi
30 days after the time of service
of a .copyof this notice on them)
or be forever barred..
Pub: August 18, 25, 2005




Buying

Tax Deeds?


Experienced, SDependawe
Sewice and
Reasonable
Rates!



ATTORNEY AT LAW.
(352) 486-3753


1", PUBLIC NOTICE
, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEr
, THAT THE LEVY COUNT
BOARD OF COUNTY CON
MISSIONERS WILL HOLD At
EXECUTIVE SESSION Or
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2E
2005 AT 10:00 A.M., IN THI
I COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
MEETING ROOM AT THI
COURTHOUSE IN BRONSON
TO DISCUSS NEGOTIATION!
WITH LEVY COUNTY PRC
FESSIONAL PARAMEDICS
EMT'S IAFF LOCAL 4069 AN[
NORTHEAST FLORIDA PUB
LIC EMPLOYEE'S LOCAL 630.
PRESENT WILL BE BOAR[
- OF COUNTY COMMISSION
ERS; WAYNE HELSBY, LABOF
, ATTORNEY; ANNE BROWN
COUNTY' ATTORNEY; ANt
FRED MOODY, COUNTY CO
0 ORDINATOR.
n FRED MOOD'
COUNTY COORDINATOR
n Pub: August 18, 25, 2005

, NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Donna Potter d/b/a Bronsoi
Self Storage, pursuant to thi
f provisions of the Florida Se
Storage Facility Act (Fla. Stal
83.801 et sec.) hereby gives no
tice of sale under said Act to wit
On September 10th at Bronsoi
Self Storage, 839 E Hathawa
Ave., Bronson, Fl. 32621, Donni
Y Potter or her agent will conduct
sale at 10:00 A.M. by sealed bid;
- to the highest bidder.
S Bids to be opened at noon
with viewing from 9:30 A.M. unt
r noon for the contents of the ba,
or bays, rented by the following
f person/persons.
Melisa Daniel
11070 NE 110th Lane
Archer, FL 32618
Laura Drysdale
8250 NE 118th Lane
t Bronson, FL 32621
Andrew Murphy
PO Box 1798 :
Bronson, FL 32621
Consists of household., per
sonal items or miscellaneous.
merchandise, stored at Bronsor
,Self Storage, 839 E. Hathawal
Ave., Bronson, Fl. 32621. Sak
is being held to satisfy a status
tory lien: ... .
Dated August 15th 2005.
Bronson Self Storage
Donna Potter
PO Box 1705
Bronson, Fl. 32621

.Phone (352) 486-2121.
Sale 09/10/05
Pub: August 18, 25, 2005

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
N THE
Y EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
I- OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA,
N IN AND FOR LEVY COUNTY
N CIVIL DIVISION
,
E CASE NO. 2005-CA-461
3' GREEN TREE SERVICING
E LLC,
I, SUCCESSOR SERVICE FOR
S GREENPOINT CREDIT, LLC,
)- .Plaintiff,
& "'
D- vs.
3- FRANK C. MARTIN; THE UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF FRANK
D C. MARTIN; ROBERT W. MAR-
- TIN; THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE
R OF ROBERT W. MARTIN;-
I, THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE. OF
D ROBERT W. MARTIN; TRACY
- W. MARTIN; CAMERON F.
ZEIDLER; IF, LIVING, INCLUD-
Y ING ANY UNKNOWN SPOUSE
R OF SAID DEFENDANTSS,
IF REMARRIED, AND IF DE-
CEASED, THE RESPECTIVE
UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVI-
n" SEES, GRANTEES; ASSIGN-
e EES, CREDITORS, LIENORS,
If AND TRUSTEES, AND ALL
t. OTHER PERSONS' CLAIM-
)- ING BY, THROUGH, UNDER,
: OR AGAINST THE NAMED
n DEFENDANTSS; CAPITAL
y .ONE BANK; WHETHER DIS-
a SOLVED OR PRESENTLY
a EXISTING, TOGETHER WITH
s ANY GRANTEES, ASSIGN-
EES, CREDITORS, LIENORS,
, OR TRUSTEES OF SAID.
il DEFENDANTSS. AND ALL
y OTHER PERSONS CLAIM-
g ING BY, THROUGH, UNDER,
OR AGAINST DEFENDANTSS;
UNKNOWN TENANT #1; UN-
KNOWN TENANT #2,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that, pur-
Ssuant to a Final Summary Judg-
ment of Foreclosure entered in
the above-styled cause, in the
Circuit Court of, LEVY County,
Florida, I will sell the property
situate in LEVY County, Florida,
- described as:
s A PORTION OF TRACT "B"'?
n OF THE "CORRECTIVE PLAT.
Y' OF FLORIAN HEIGHTS" SUB-
e DIVISION, AS FILED IN UN-
-,, RECORDED PLAT BOOK 1,
, PAGE 33, PUBLIC RECORDS
OF LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA,
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
FOR A POINT OF REFER-
ENCE, COMMENCE AT THE,
SOUTHEAST CORNER. OF
THE NW OF SECTION 25,
TOWNSHIP 12 SOUTH, RANGE
17 EAST; THENCE RUN N 00
22'30" E, 1292.14 FEET TO THE
SOUTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY
LINE OF U.S. HIGHWAY NO.
27, ALT.; THENCE N 70 58'55"


Notice of Auction
Levy County Board of County Conmmissioners and Danny J.
Shipp, Levy County Clerk of Court,will be holding a Surplus
Merchandise Auction on Saturday, August 27 at 9 am at, the
LevyCounty Road Dept. LocatedoffHwy Alt.27.NW .
Bronson.
Items to be auctioned are comic nuters,* office- equipment,
sailboat, trucks, building material s and more.
Full payment by cash or cashiers check required by the end of
auction. List available for review at Levy County Board of
County Commissioners office. For more information, call
352-486-3321. : ,


Regina Goss
Licensed Real Estate Broker


LAND & ACREAGE:


GOSS WILLIAMS
REAL ESTATE. INC.


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Reduced! $24,500.00
New Listing City, of Chieflanid, large tract with both
commercial and residential zoning. Across fromPost
Office and new apartment cormple\. Many possibilities.
$330,000.00
New Listing Southwest d Plus resident tial
' lots with R-2A zo -c on SR 345. $50,000.00
New Listing Tree shaded lotcom with this 3/2
DW\NIH. Close to rrse. Spacious
home, good layou 09,000.00u
New Listing small sinrgle-wide mobile home on 2 lots
on 151st Terrace in Fowlers Bluff: $55,000.00
Attention Horse Lovers 84 acre ranch in Williston area
with 3/2 home, including office & fireplace. Front &
rear porches overlooking cross fenced acreage. Barn
with apartment. Great view from hilltop. $1.6 million
Complete Business Opportunity Turn-key business
including building, inventory, & equipment at the
Scrap Attack store in S. Chiefland. Just open the doors ,
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Office: 352-493-2838 Evenings: 352-493-1380


Email your legal advertising to:

levycntyjournal@bellsouth. net


W ALONG SAID SOUTHERLY
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE, 1507.43
FEET TO THE POINT OF BE-
GINNING; THENCE CONTINUE
N 70 58'55" W, ALONG SAID
SOUTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY
LINE, 575 FEET; THENCE S
00 18'15" W, 526.37; THENCE
S 70" 58'55" E, 575 FEET;
THENCE N 000 18'15" E, 526.37
FEET TO CLOSE ON THE
POINT OF BEGINNING.. SUB-
JECT TO AN EASEMENT FOR
THE PURPOSE OF INGRESS
AND EGRESS, OVER AND
ACROSS THE EAST 30 FEET
THEREOF AS SHOWN ON THE
"CORRECTIVE PLAT OF FLO-
RIAN HEIGHTS" AND AS DEC-
SRIBED IN O.R. BOOK 104,
PAGES 206 AND 207 OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, LESS THE
ADDITIONAL RIGHT-OF-WAY
TAKEN FOR THE WIDENING
OF STATE ROAD 500 (U.S. 27.
ALT.) AS SHOWN BY THE OR-
DER OF TAKING RECORDED
IN O.R. BOOK 614, PAGE 483,
PUBLIC RECORDS OF LEVY-
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
To include a:
2001 FLEETWOOD'
MOBILE : HOME; VIN
GAFLY05A30150CW21 and TI-
TLE #82253229
2001: FLEETWOOD
MOBILE HOME; VIN
GAFLY05B30150CW21 and TI-
TLE #82253177
A/K/A :
5850 NE 122ND COURT
WILLISTON, FL 32696
at public sale, at 11:00 o'clock,
A.M., or as soon thereafter as
same can be done, to the high-
est bidder, or bidders, for cash,
at the Lobby of ,the Levy County
Courthouse, Court Street, Bron-
son, FL, on the 12th day of Sep-
tember, 2005.
DATED THIS 10TH DAY OF
AUGUST, 2005.

CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT .
S, By: Gwen McElroy
.Deputy Clerk
THIS INSTRUMENT PRE-
PARED BY:
Law Offices 6f Daniel C., Con- ,
suegra
9204 King Palm Drive
Tampa. FL 33619-1328
Attorneys for Plaintiff- .s
, In accordance with the Ameri-
can with Disabilities Act of 1990,
persons needing a special ac-
commodation to' participate in'
this proceeding should contact
the ASA Coordinator 'no later
than seven (7) days prior to the
proceedings. If hearing impaired,
.please call (800) 955-9771
(TDD) or (800) 955-8770 (voice),
via Florida Relay Service.
Pub: August 18, 25, 2005


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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


WD, $26,000.00, L5(36) WILLISTON HGH #7
Buyer: BUCKLEY DONALD A
Buyer: JAMES VIVIENNE M
Seller: EDWARDS ESME
WD, $14,250.00, L11 CHIEFLAND WOODS #2, PHASE I
Buyer: FLEURGIN GINA
Seller: SHORES II DEVELOPMENT CORP
WD, $42,750.00, L7 CHIEFLAND WOODS #1
Buyer: MARTIN GENEVIEVE
Buyer: MARTIN ONEIL
Seller: ORANGEWOOD HOMES INC
WD, $105,000.00, BDY N1/2 31-12-19, ETC
Buyer: ALDHIZER ELLEN
Buyer: ALDHIZER DEANE
Seller: HENRY LOREN DANIEL JR
Seller: GORITY VICTORIA
WD, $20,000.00, L20(B) CASONS INGLIS ACRES #10, W/MH
Buyer: DUTKIEWICZ KATHLEEN C
Buyer: DUTKIEWICZ LEONARD S JR
Seller: HOCULOCK RAVEN L
Seller: JUDAY LORENE:
Seller: WATSON LAURA M
Seller: HOCULOCK LAURA M
Seller: HOCULOCK JULIAN WATSON
WD, $54,000.00, BDY 36-11-1.4, ETC, PARCEL # 00804-023-00
Buyer: SCULKY ROBERT
Seller: ELIZABETH COOKE PUCKETT REVOCABLE TRUST
Seller: PUCKETT JOHN DONALD TRUSTEE
Seller: JOHN DONALD PUCKETT TRUST
Seller: PUCKETT ELIZABETH COOKE TRUSTEE
WD, $25,000.00, L33(55) WILLISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: SALIBA JOELLE
Buyer: SALIBA PATRICK
Seller. LUCIEN NADINE CLERGE
Seller: LUCIEN KESNEL
WD, $14,500.00, L3(25) WILLISTON HGH #7
Buyer: GREEN SUZETTE
Seller: TORRES RAMONA M
WD, $25,000.00, L3(25) WILLISTON HGH #7
Buyer: HAMILTON MARCIA
Buyer: HAMILTON DWIGHT
Seller: GREEN SUZETTE
WD, $8,000.00, L22(8) OAK RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer: WILDMAN JOAN M
Buyer: DAVIS IVET
Buyer: EDWARDS MAISIE
Seller: HAMILTON RICHARD
WD, $8,000.00, L23(8) OAK RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer: WILDMAN JOAN M
Buyer: DAVIS IVET
Buyer: EDWARDS MAISIE
Seller: HAMILTON RICHARD ,
WD, $8,000.00, L24(8) OAK RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer: WILDMAN JOAN M
Buyer: DAVIS IVET
Buyer: EDWARDS MAISIE
Seller: HAMILTON RICHARD
WD, $450,000.00, BDY SW 1/4 SE 114 2-17-16, ETC, PARCEL#
03029-000-00 .
Buyer: NICHOLS FREDA
Buyer: NICHOLS JAMES
Seller: SCANDAL AIMEE E
Seller: HORN JAMES 0
WD, $100.00, BDY NE 1/4 NEI/4 32-12-18, ETC, PARCEL
#04237-002-00 .....
Buyer: FRADER-AANIGEt-AA',IA Uak'-i. .,1Iii9 -
Seller: FRADERA THOMAS A
WD, $160,000.00. L33 TRIPLE CROWN FARMS SD # II, W/MH
Buyer: GRIFFIN SALLY P
Bbtyer:~GRIFFIN B KIRK
Seller: 1EY-LA FARMS LLC
D, (RE-RECORDED)1 S0.00, LI, 3(32) BRONSON HTS 4TH ADD
Buyer: ANDREWS CHRISTINA
Seller: HALLING JUDITH T
Seller: HALLING JOHN A
WD, $123,456.00, BDY NW1/4 NW1/4 1-13-14, ETC
Buyer: FISHER SONYA P
Buyer: FISHER JOHN S
Seller: HUDSON JENNIFER L
Seller: HUDSON CHARLES W JR
WD, $16,000.00,.L71-72 CAROLYN SD
Buyer: DAWKINS NARINE M
Seller: MCH 103 FL CORP
Seller: MCH 103 FL CORP TRUSTEE
WD, $900.00, L353 TOWN OF OTTER CREEK
Buyer: DAWKINS LLC
Seller: MCH 103 FL CORP TRUSTEE
Seller: MCH 103 FL CORP
WD, $89,900.00, L12(6) B&R SD #5, W/MH
Buyer: PERRY GLORIA J
Buyer: PERRY VERN E
Seller: BOUTWELL LAURA M
WD, $39,995.00, L46(33) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: MEDRANO BAYARDO
Seller: AMERICAN PRIME LLC
WD, $19,000.00, L9(13) OCALA HGH WEST,
Buyer: GREY GENE C
Buyer: GREY EUGENE Z
Seller: WILSON DOROTHY MCLEAN
WD, $21,000.00, .L8(13) OCALA HGH WEST
Buyer: GREY EUGENE Z
Seller: RUED ARDELLA
Seller: RUED DAVID
WD, $86,000.00, BDY W1/2 NW1/4 31-12-19, ETC, PARCEL #
04813-002-00
SBuyer: CRAIG JASON M
Seller: CAUDY OLENAM
Seller: CAUDY BRIAN D
WD, $65,000.00, L5-6(C) CAMP AZALEA, W/MH
Buyer: MASON LINDAANN
Seller: BOUDREAU ROSAMOND.M .
Seller: BOUDREAU LEON A
D, $10.00, L11 NORTH CHIEFLAND ESTATES
Buyer: LAMB AVERYF .
Seller: KING CHARLES P JR
Seller: KING CHARLES P JR TRUSTEE
WD, $75,000.00, L11 NORTH CHIEFLAND ESTATES, W/MH
Buyer: MCCALL KEVIN J
Seller: LAMB AVERY F
QCD, $4,000.00, L5(8) B&R SD # 1
Buyer: LIVONI RICHARD
Buyer: LIVQNI ROCHELLE
Seller: KING IIELENE
QCD, $10.00, L28-30(12) GREEN HGH PARK
Buyer: KONCZTUNDE


Seller: CSEH STEFAN
QCD, $10.00, L8(1), BDY 26-13-17, ETC
Buyer: HACKER CAROL
Buyer: HACKER EDWARD
Seller: HACKER EDWARD G
WD, $25,000.00, BDYNW1/4 SE1/4 1-17-16, W/MH, PARCEL#
03004-001-00
Buyer: HARRISON JENNIFER D
Buyer: HARRISON TOBY A
Seller: SISTER HELEN J
Seller: SISTER FRED M
WD, $37,000.00, L7(38) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: PASQUINHA LEENA
Buyer: FERNANDES HARRY


AROUND THE COURTHOUSE


Seller: PELCHA & TALEFF LLC
WD, $12,000.00, L14(48) WILLISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: EMMER RYAN
Seller: SELLERS CHERI LYNN
WD, $23,000.00, L17(B) CASONS INGLIS ACRES #10
Buyer: BURKE KATHLEEN
Buyer: FAHEY ED
Seller: LOIS A MOCK REVOCABLE TRUST
Seller: MOCK LOIS A
Seller: MOCK LOIS TRUSTEE
WD, $118,000.00, L11(1) CORRECTIVE PLAT OF OAK FOREST
ESTATES
Buyer: CONNELL RICHARD III
Buyer: CONNELL VICTORIA
Seller: STEVE SMITH CONSTRUCTION INC
WD, $13,500.00, L2(4) WILLISTON HGH #14
Buyer: KERIS DIANE
Seller: STEINER STEVEN J
WD, $470,000.00, LC1-C3, C20-22, C25-30, C39-46 CEDAR
KEY CAMPSITES, ETC
Buyer: WOODS RON
Seller: ADRIATICO JUAN
WD, $21,577.00, L3(F) CASONS INGLIS ACRES #9
Buyer: WHITACRE JOYCE
Seller: ADAMS GLORIA
WD, $160,000.00, L17(33) MAP OF THE SOUTHER PART OF
THE CITY OF CEDAR KEY, ETC, SEE IMAGE
Buyer: KATZ STORM
Buyer: KATZ PETER
Seller: SEYFERT LINDA L ,
Seller: REYNOLDS CHRISTOPHER W
WD, $6,000.00, L25(22) OAK RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer: EDWARDS ESME
Seller: SANCHEZ MARION
Seller: SANCHEZ NICOLAS
WD, $10.00, BDY NW 1/4 SW1/4 28-10-14, W/MH, ETC
Buyer: ASHE SALLY J
Buyer: ASHE FRANKLIN D
Seller: DOBBINS NANCY L
WD, $10,000.00, L104(10) FANNING SPRINGS ANNEX
Buyer: BRANNON PAUL
Seller: CAPPS GARY
WD, $16,000.00, L15-16(D) SUWANNEE RIVER SPRINGS SD
#2 OF MANATEE SPRINGS AREA
Buyer: KATHERINE R GREEN TRUST .
Buyer: GREEN KATHERINE R TRUSTEE
Seller: ANNETTE C WINTER LIVING TRUST
Seller: WINTER ANNETTE C TRUSTEE
WD, $10.00, L10(12) FANNIN SPRINGS ANNEX
Buyer: ROCHE GARY R
Buyer: ROCHE. SUSANNA D
Seller: DELANO RUTH B
Seller: GOETZALONZO-C
Seller: GOETZALONZO CHARLES JR
Seller: GOETZ RUTH E
Seller: DELAINO RUTH ESTELLE
'Seller: DELAINO RUTH BRYANT
Seller: DELAINO RUTH B ,
WD, $450,000.00, L6 OAK RIDGE EQUINE CENTER,BDY 8-14-
18, PARCEL #04547-008-00
Buyer: CRUPI JAMES J
Seller: G LACK FARMS INC
WD, $777,900.00, BDY NW 1141-12-14, PARCEL # 00819-000-00
Buyer: SMITH BRAD
Buyer: ST JOHN RON : .
Seller: WATSON HELYN G m'"ii o ... ....
Seller: WATSON P ERIC
WD, $43,000.00, L18(12) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: SADHU ROHIT N
Seller: TWIST SARAH FRANCES
WD, $132,000.00, L20-29(U), L1-3, 32-34(V) ROBINSONS ADD
TO WILLISTON
Buyer: CITY FIRST MORTGAGE INC
Seller: OCALA GAINESVILLE SUBURB AT ROBINSON I LLC
QCD, $10.00, BDYNE1/4 SE1141-12-14
Buyer: ANDERSON LUVELLA PHILLIPS
Seller: PHILLIPS IDA BELL
Seller: PHILLIPS JOHN HENRY
WD, $2,000.00, L4(13) OAK RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer: N R L L EAST LLC
Seller: BOSTICK SARAH
QCD, $10.00, L4(13) OAK RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer: BOSTICK SARAH
Seller: BOSTICK SARAH
Seller: BOSTICK AMOS
WD, $10.00, L9(9) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: GRIFFIN ANGELA
Buyer: GRIFFIN MICHAEL
Seller: HAINISCH LAURA M '
Seller: HAINISCH RICHARD K
WD, $22,000.00, L9(9) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: ROSEMOND DOROTHY
Buyer: THOMAS NATACHA
Seller: GRIFFIN ANGELA
Seller: GRIFFIN MICHAEL
WD, $10,000.00, L9(15) WILLISTON HGH #14


Marriage license

applications

David Kim Marshall,
10/11/51, and Linda Mason
Whyte, 7/13/66, both of
Chiefland.
Douglas Lee Maund,;
2/11/69, and Christine Renea
Kirkpatrick, 8/16/78, both of
Gulf Hammock.
Gary Dean Faught,
12/16/65, and Catonya Lynn
Faught, 5/2/73, both of
Archer.
Corrie Richard Bell,
2/11/87, and Nancy Cherie,
Fletcher, 7/1/84, both. of
Williston.
Mark Leslie Brannan,
5/14/79, and Noel Leigh
McCoy, 11/25/70, both of
Archer. .
Warren Scott Parkin,
1/12/165, and Kellie Rae
Maakested, 11/17/79, both of
Williston.
Trey Thomas Kinsey,
11/17/84, and Tiffany Kristin
,Beauchamp, 8/18/85, both of
Duval County.
George Harold Mingo,
8/13/55, and Patricia Jean
Mingo, 11/6/54, both of
Bronson.


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Buyer: MIB R&D INC
Buyer: SEBASTIAN TRUST INC
Seller: NORTON DARLENE
WD, $57,500.00, L51 SPRINGSIDE #1, W/MH
Buyer: BOUTWELL LAURA M
Seller: BURNS DALE L
Seller: BURNS JAMES J
QCD, $15,000.00, L8(19) WILLISTON HGH #7
Buyer: COLLINS JEFFREY L
Seller: SAUL J W
QCD, $5,000.00, L23(2) FANNIN SPRINGS ANNEX
Buyer: COLLINS JEFFREY L
Seller: PERFITT BARBARA
QCD, $5,000.00, L24(2) FANNIN SPRINGS ANNEX
Buyer: COLLINS JEFFREY L
Seller: KIBURIS VIRGINIA I
Seller: KIBURIS ANTHONY J
QCD, $5,000.00, L5(2) FANNIN SPRINGS ANNEX
Buyer: COLLINS JEFFREY L
Seller: KIBURIS VIRGINIA I
Seller: KIBURIS ANTHONY J
WD, $70,000.00, L3 SHADY BEND SD 1ST ADD
Buyer: WAY DOWN UPON THE SUWANNEE RIVER FAR FARAWAY
-Seller: AUBREY RAY H
Seller: WOOD DAVID A
WD, $9,500.00, BDY SW1/4 NE1/4 3-12-17, PARCEL #03278-107-OK
Buyer: APOLLON ENIVE
Buyer: OCTAVE ELICIA
Seller: DE TOMAS NANCY COLON
WD, $4,200.00, BDY NE 1/4 SW1/4 19-11-17, PARCEL #03161-239-00
Buyer: ROPPOCCIO JODI
Buyer: ROPPOCCIO RONALD
Seller: WALKER ABRAM R
WD, $100,000.00, BDY NE 1/4 NW1/4 6-1 1-15, ETC, PARCEL
#01495-007-00
Buyer: DEWEES VIRGINIA J
Buyer: DEWEES JERREL R JR
Seller: GOODE KAREN L
Seller: GOODE ROBERT B
WD, $4,200.00, BDY NW1/4 NE1/419-11-17, PARCEL #03161-151-00
Buyer: ROPPOCCIO JODI
Buyer: ROPPOCCIO RONALD
Seller: WICKER BOBBY H
WD, $55,000.00, L10 MEADOWVIEW SD, W/MH
Buyer: LAWRENCE M QUINLAN TRUST
Buyer: QUINLAN ROBERT D TRUSTEE
Seller: WAGONER ROBIN W
Seller: CAUDILL BILLY J
WD, $4,200.00, BDY SE1/4NWI/43-12-17, PARCEL #03282-041-00
Buyer: ROPPOCCIO JODI
Buyer: ROPPOCCIO RONALD
Seller: BURDA KENNETH
WD, $9,500.00, L6-7(7) BRONSON HTS SD 2ND ADD
Buyer: NONCENT ERNEST
Seller: :GARCIA G
Seller: GARCIA FRANCISCO
WD, $5,000.00, BDY NW1/4 SW1/419-11-17, PARCEL# 03161-120-00
Buyer: ROPPOCCIO JODI
Buyer: ROPPOCCIO RONALD
Seller: ALLEN JACK A .
WD, $13,500.00, L11 GRANTHAM ESTATES
Buyer: B & W INVESTMENTS INC
Seller: HULL SHERRY E
WD, $4,200.00, BDYNW1/4SE1/429-11-17,PARCEL #03233-026-00
Buyer: ROPPOCCIO JODI
Buyer: ROPOiddlORON^i--NA i r,.,.:
Seller: SPENDING JOHN C Il
Seller: SPENDING JAMES D
WD, $15,000.00, L8 GRANTHAM ESTATES
Buyer: B & W INVESTMENTS INC
Seller: GRANTHAM FRANCES
WD, $80,000.00, BDY SW1/4 SE1/4 19-11-17, W/MH, PARCEL
#03161-361-00
Buyer: RODRIGUEZ CLARA M
Seller: J W PROPERTIES & INVESTMENTS LLC
WD, $4,200.00, BDY NE1/4 SW1/4 19-11-1 7, PARCEL #03161-200-00
Buyer: ROPPOCCIO JODI
Buyer: ROPPOCCIO RONALD
Seller: WHITLOCK KYLE E
WD, $10,000.00, L10(6) OCALA HGH WEST
Buyer: GREENSPAN PERRY H
Seller: GLAUNER LEROY G
WD, $17,808.00, L3(13) BRONSON HTS SD 3RD ADD, W/MH
Buyer: ZEITZ ROBERTA
Seller: MONIZ JANET C
Seller: MONIZ CHARLES L
WD, $30,000.00, L9(62) WILLISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES.
Buyer: BURNETT BEVERLY
Buyer: BURNETTTREVOR
Seller: FORRO CHRISTINA
WD, $5,000.00, BDY SWI/4 NEI/4 19-11-17, PARCEL #3161-028
Buyer: ROBINSON CALVIN A
Seller: HUNTER MARIE K
WD, $30,000.00, L8(42) OAK RIDGE ESTATES, W/H
Buyer: CRUZ CARMEN
Buyer: CRUZ HECTOR
Seller: RIVERA LUIS D


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' A.D.


few dollars and it was
bleak," he said of the time he
spent raising cattle and row
crops.
On his way to his mother's
to seek her counsel, he saw
a man alongside the road
:changing the tire on a goose-
neck trailer. He pulled over
and the two struck up a con-
Iversation and a friendship
that has lasted over 30 years.
What Andrews gleaned
that day was the man, Jimmy
Stewart, from Brooksville,
was digging up oak trees and
balling and burlapping them
by hand. There was money
in the endeavor, Stewart told
him over lunch a few days
later, and Andrews' curiosity
was peaked.
He began his search for na-
tive stands of oak trees, but
money was in short supply.
"I was in debt... I owed
everybody in Levy County,"
he said, "and yet I needed
money for nursery stock."
Lamenting his plight to his
mother, the late Mrs. M.D.
Andrews, the family matri-
arch made one clear, defining
observation.
"Acorns are free. Why
don't you pick up acorns?"
And so he did and A.D.
Andrews Nurser- was born.
By the mid 1980s he ex-
panded his labor force and
the business took off.
From 1989 until 1992 there
was a recession industry-wide
but the nursery survived and
in 1993 began a climb that
lasted until 2001.
After Sept. 11, every-
thing came to a halt and yet
the nursery managed to stay
competitive in a cut-throat
market.
"It's just like any other ag
business," he said. "There are
peaks and valleys stretched
"out."
With more than a dozen
key people and 30 plus more
working .behind the scenes.
A.D. Andrews Nursery prides
itself on exceptional quality
and good pricing. With more
than 1,400 acres of local field
grown trees, the nursery sup-
plies commercial and mu-
nicipal projects throughout
the South. Top sellers include
the oak--from whence it all
began--holiy, magnolia and
some dozen other varieties.
Now, Andrews said, things
are on the upswing again
and things look good for the
people he calls family--his
co-workers.
It is these people who An-
drews said made the chamber
honor a reality.
"Recognition goes to the
people who work with me.
It's a group effort. It's a we
thing: the result of people
working hard."
Nate McClendon and Den-
nis Deming have been along-
side Andrews for more than
20 years and Agn..iciano and
Leandro DeLeon over 15.
".Their loyalty is unques-
tioned," he said.
Terry Phillips, the compa-
ny's mechanic, keeps 'them
on the road and seldom in the
12 years he has been on board
has there been a major break-
down, Andrews said.
Antonio Banales, a gradu-
ate of Durango Institute of
Technology with a degree
in forestry, is Andrews' la-
bor supervisor. "He's astute
and conscientious and helps
maintain the balance between
management and the labor
force," Andrews said.
Without Robert Brady's
savvy business style, An-
drews says the nursery could
not have reached the next
level of quality. "He is in-
valuable and without him we


And the two Lindas, Coo-
per and Crathwohl, along
with Donna Schutz, keep all
facets of administration flow-
ing smoothly. "I couldn't
function without them," he
said.
"There are just too many
to mention individually," he
said, "but we are a family
and we tend to our own while
maintaining a low profile."
Bob Williams, president of
the Greater Chiefland Cham-
ber of Commerce said, "In-
dustry Appreciation Week is
intended to call attention to
the contributions that existing
industries make to our econ-
omy and quality of life, and
Andrews Nursery is a great
example. Our local compa-
nies provide jobs, support the
state and local tax base and
contribute to every aspect of
the community."
For Andrews, it's just about
doing what you love."
"I didn't know I'd end up
being a farmer," he said. "I
love Chiefland and I love
Levy County. I can't imagine
ever leaving."
But that doesn't mean he's
not already thinking ahead to
retirement.
"I'm looking to the day


when I can have more free
time," he said.
But for A.D. Andrews that
could mean more time to pick
up more acorns or maybe just
for a while sit up in one of
his 40-year-old trees and take
stock on the life he's been
given.
After all, a chance meeting
on the side of the road and a
simple, but definite piece of
advise from his mother put
him in the catbird seat.
And Jimmy Stewart, the


planted once it's cut," she
said. "There's no incentive."
In Collier County, no pub-
lic funds were used in the
conservation act, White said.
"I think we Crackers may,
have an idea how the Indians
felt when we came here," she
said, her voice cracking with
emotion.
Commissioner Nancy Bell
concurred. "Development is
coming to Levy County," she
warned. "I want to protect
our farmers.
"We owe it to our county to
seriously look into these con-
servation programs."


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man who started it all?
Today he is success tree
grower and land owner of
more than 1,500 acres. And
odds are he's not doing all the
pulling by hand anymore.
Fate? Destiny? Was that
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