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Place of Publication: Bronson Fla
Creation Date: September 15, 2005
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EVY COUNTY JOUR.

" IME COUNTY PAPER EST 1923


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15,2005 1 SECTION-18 PAGES


50 cents per copy


Taxpayers to BOCC: 'You kill us'


VOTE


Iw.


Bronson keeps council
Page 3


Moo!
Page 3


OBITUARIES


Gisela Avila
Charles Cox
NtMyrtice Dampier
Janie Haves
John Henderson Jr.
William Hightower .
Bruce Kirk
Jack Lewvis
Jeannine McQuinn
Edward Rada
Bessie Rodgers
Robert Snow
William'Spaeth
Buddy Strickland
Candice Veach
Charles Warwick -


HOME OF...


BY CAROLYN RISNER
MANAGING EDITOR
Powerless to do anything.
except listen, the Levy Coun-
ty Board of County Commis-
sioners heard cries of desper-
ation from their constituents
Monday during the first of
two public hearings on the
2005-2006 budget.
During the public com-
ment portion of the meeting,


Highway

deaths

increasing

BY KEN DOUGHERTY
STAFF WRITER
Local law enforcement of-
ficers and the Florida High-
way Patrol have met sex eral
times in recent months to try
to determine what the death
toll on local highways so
high.
The FHP has also stepped
up efforts to slow local mo-
torists by adding more patrols
locally.
.At mid-way through Sep-
tember, the death toll has al-
ready surpassed last year's
number of deaths in the
county.
Traffic fatalities have
reached 23 on Levy Co it-
roadw\ays and that is iore
than three times the number
of deaths during the same
period last year., according
to. statistics pro\ ided by the
Florida Highway Patrol.
Last year at this time there
were only seven deaths re-
corded oIn local highways.
The. vear before 14 people
died the entire year. 15 died
in 2003, 13 in'2002, 16 in
2001 and 21 in 2000.
Capt. Chuck Bastak of the
Levy County Sheriff's Office
said that deputies met with
the Florida High\way Patrol a

See Death Page 18


one by one property owners
approached the commission
crying foul over increased
taxes.
The first, Alan Hollis, said
last year his tax bill for 20
acres was $221. This year,
with the addition of his home,
it is $4,548. Part of that, he.
said, was because he lost his
agricultural zoning and was
reclassified as residential.


"We are here becauseyou
kill us," he said. "It looks as
if you don't care about us."
His wife, Patricia, accused
the board of being indiffer-
ent to industry, "You refuse
to bring business here," ,she
charged, "but you fill the
jails." '
Commissioner Saimmy
Yearty told the couple that
the county commission had


not raised anything. In fact,
the millage rate was set at 9
mils, the same as the last few
years.
"You have a problem with
your assessment," Yearty ex-
plained.
Elizabeth and John Stanley
followed with concerns about
lack of uniformity in assess-
ments. They said their home
and property and their neigh-


,bors' home were virtually the
same and yet one's assess-
ment was significantly higher
than the other.
Carl Hanover, a marina
owner in Yankeetown, said
his taxesincreased 65 percent
this year, and 50 percent the
previous year.
He claimed there is too

See Tax Page 18


Dive in for deep adventure


BY KEN DOUGHERTY
STAFF WRITER :
Exploring deep. dark
places under water is an
exercise even those who do
it find it hard to explain.
For Andrew\ Hale. a 22-
year-old from Gaines\ille.
the feeling defies words.
"It's just one of those
things that you can't really
describe. It is hard to
put into words," he said,
noting that divers just
have to experience it for
themselves es.
"It's the wonder of
things. It's beautiful." said
Nic Brown, a 27-year-old
from Alachua.
Michelle Farkas, a 28-
cdar-old from Gainii'lle.
said that it is a form of
diving that she finds more
interesting than open-water
di' ing.
"Things stay pretty
constant. You don't have
to adjust for changing
conditions. It's the feeling
you get when you follow"
a narrow tunnel and then
it opens up into a great
room," she said.
The trio visited Manatee
Springs State Park recently
to do a little div ing though
the more than eight miles
of under ater tunnels.
For Brown, the trip
brought back memories of


Journal photo by Ken Dougherty
DIVERS PREPARE to enter the dark waters as part of their cavern adventure.


when he first became certified
to dive in caves.
"I" was certified about 15
years ago right here," lie
said.
A highlight of the trip %\as
going to be tracing the path of
the %water that flows into the
main springs.
"We are going to shoot the
main springs." said Brown,
"You come out of there like a
canon ball."


"It brings you out pretty
fast," Hale pointed out, "It's
fast enough so that it hurts if
you hit anything."
The task to become certified
is long and pretty expensive,
Farkas explained.
"It's the highest form of
diving.. It can take years,
and between lessons and
equipment it costs $5,000 to
$6,000 to get certified." she
said.


As the three don their
70-80 pounds of gear'and
head for the springs. Brown
points out "This is the hard
part of diving the hike."
Before entering the water,
the three consult a chart to
be sure they will know if
they need to decompress on
the way out of the caves.
'"We are going down to

See Dive Page 18


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Scotty Parker
ofBronson

CONTENTS!..


Around Lev\ 2. 3, 6, 8, 11,
Opinion 4
Law & Courts 5
Sports & Recreation 7
Obituaries 9
Tides 11
Classifieds 12
Legal. 13-14
Land Transfers 15-17


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Sept. 11, 2001:


Remembering real heroes


Journal photo by Ken Dougherty


FRANK ETHERIDGE, president of Perkins State
Bank; Reese Rowland, director and president
of Nature Coast Insurance and Dan Whitehurst,
director plant the Tree of Hope on the bank's front
lawn to commemorate the 91/11 tragedy.


BY KEN DOUGHERTY',
STAr WJUTER
A tree. now grows in
Williston as a symbol of hope
following a brief ceremony in
memory of those lost on Sept.
11,2001.
The tree stands in. plain
view on the front lawn of
the Perkins Bank after being
dedicated just days before the
fourth anniversary of the loss
of the World Trade Center'
buildings and thousands of
lives in New York City..
The tree symbolizes
.hope that we will never see
this happen again, that the
governments of the world
will learn to live in harmnnony,
that we will continue to live
in a free country and that \\we
will live in peace, said Major
Stroupe, a retired master
sergeant and keynote speaker
for the ceremony.


Stroupe explained how on
the day the twvin towers were
destroyed % hen "14 men flew
the largest suicide bombs in
history" into the towers and
setting the blazes that a short
time later caused them to
collapse
During the ceremony those
lost, including those who
gave, their lives trsin2g to
rescue those trapped in the
buildings, were remembered.

'"There were many acts
of heroism on that day," he
said.
Perkins State Bank
president Frank Etheridge
welcomed the % visitors,
the Williston High School
Junior ROTC Color Guard
presented the colors, the
pledge of allegiance was led
by Ronda Feathers and the
opening prayer %\as offered


by PastorKeith Steward of the
Morriston Baptist Church.
Linda Reddick and Linda
Williams led the group in,
the song, "Proud to be 'an
American" followed .by
Stroupe's address.

The tree was then dedicated
bv Etheridge;Reese Rowland,
director and, president of
Nature Coast Insurance and
Dan Whitehurst, a director at
the bank.
Closing the ceremony was
Travis Henry playing Taps
and a prayer by Jim Cason,
president of Nature Coast
Financial Services.
Next to the tree is a small
plaque that states, "The
Tree of Hope; planted by
.the employees of Perkins
Financial Group on September
9, 2005 in commemoration of
September 11, 2001."


REACH US

Managing Editor
Carolyn RIsner
Phone
13521490-4462


Fax
(3521490-4490 Chiefland
(3531486-5042 Bronson
Email
oditor@levjournal.com
Address
P.O. Bo 159 Bronsn. FL 32621-0159
P.O. Box 2900 Chlfland, FL 32644-2990


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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


AROUND LEVY COUNTY


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2005


Directors


elected to Suwannee River Fair Association


By Portia Sache
CONTRIBUTING WRITER
The Suwannee River Fair
Association met on Tuesday,
Sept. 7 at the fair office
in Famiinh' Sprinmi and a
standing room only crowd
elected new directors from
each o f i lie counties that make
up the tri-county area.
New directors are as
'11 o\\ s Terry Parrish-
Gilchrist Countt\ and Chuck
Cook-Levy County. Tim
\'.u:tc;r and Tro\ Johnson
were re-elected for Dixie
County. Gilchrist County
othee:,,. Earl "Pec Wee"
Jones and Levy County
.i"ctor. R. D. Skelton were
re-elected.
All the officers and
superintendents for the
various shows were re-
appointed. The 2006
Suwannee River Fair and
Livestock Show is scheduled
for March 3 through March
15.
The initial weigh-in/tag-in
dates are as follows:


Fat steer: Saturday, Oct. 8
7-10 a.m.
Feeder steer: Friday, Dec. 2,
3:30-5:30 p.m.
Swine: Saturday, Dec. 3, 7-
10 a.m.
Heifer: Saturday, Dec.3,
12:30-2 p.m.
Heifer show superintendent
Jean Jones announced that
heifer show exhibitors may
enter and show two heifers
in the 2006 show. She also
announced that Matt Warren,
a statewide livestock and
showmanship judge, will
conduct a showmanship and
grooming clinic for show
participants following the
initial tag-in. Warren, who
lives near Chiefland, owns
Flatwoods Angus Farm and
was coach for the University
of Florida Livestock Judging
team in 1999-2000.
The Suwannee River Fair
Association,, in an earlier
directors meeting, adopted an
animal identification system
that will be implemented
in livestock entries for the
2006 fair. The electronic


THE SUWANEE RIVER Fair Directors for 2005-06 are, from left, Mickey Beauchamp, Chuck Cook, Terry
Parrish, Earl Jones, Tim Alexander, Darrell Smith, Benny Jerrels, R.D. Skelton, Mark Bishop, Troy John-
son, Gary Pinner and Gene Faircloth.


ear tags will conform to the
identification system that is
currently being embraced by


the national cattle industry.
Tihe electronic identification
system for the 2006 fair


entries is an excellent
opportunity to educate local
\outth about the National


Animal Identification System
database and the technology.
behind the system. -


Ambulance station will set

on West Park Avenue


BY KEN DOUGHERTY
STAFF WRITER
The city of Chiefland has
submitted an agreement to the
county government to locate
the new ambulance station on
West Park Avenue and relo-
cate the health department in
the police department build-.
ng.
City Manager Ed Smith.
said that the city has removed
the Old Beauchamp Hard-
ware building, had the. site
tested for contaminants and
in the agreement he proposed
will deed the one-acre site
to the county with a reverter
clause.
The reverter clause states
.that should the county ever
cease to use the property for
the ambulance station, the
land will return to city own-
ership, he said.
"I believe that everyone's
concerns have been met,"
Smith said.
Monday night the city com-


mission agreed to submit the
proposal to the county gov-
ernment for its consideration.
In an unrelated matter, the
commission also agreed to a
proposed contract with the
county health department.
The contract agrees to re-
locate the health department
in the same building as the
Chiefland Police Dept. on US
19.

The,-agreement will allow
the health department to oc-
cupy what is known as the
John C. Fisher building and
renovate the space at a cost of
not more than $600. The city
will. pay utilities.
The interlocal agreement
states that either party can
terminate with 45 days writ-
ten notice.
The city agrees to pay
-utilities in the new facility
that was once occupied by
the Greater Chiefland Area
Chamber of Commerce.,


Cookbooks benefit fire department
Chiefland Fire Rescue has collected the best recipes from
volunteers, family and members of the community and
compiled them into an attractive keepsake cookbook.
Cookbooks are $10 and may be purchased from any member
of the organization or at the Chiefland Fire Department at 14
East Park Ave., Chiefland.
All proceeds will go toward the purchase of much needed-
firefighting equipment.
For more information, contact Debbie Sipf at 352-493-
6771.

Tourist council meets tonight
The L.-vy County Tourist Development Council will meet
Thi;urw S-;pt. 15 at 6 p.m. at the Levy County Planning
Office 4.-;.fe-rnce room at 380 South Court Street. Bronson.


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Out With the Old; In With the New

FROM LEFT, City
-Commissioners
Alice Monyei, Rollin
"; Hudson and Vice-
V,;," 7 aMayor Betty Walker
._ :were sworn into
..1.. office Monday night.
--R... It is Monyei's second,
..term, Hudson's first,
and Walker's sixth
term on the city
"commission. Walker
was re-elected ,vice
| -.mayor forthe'coWming
year. Courityy'JJldge
,, Joseph Smith, at
right, administered
06--the oath.
Journal photos by Ken Dougherty
OUTGOING CITY
commissioner and
Mayor Sunshine
Baynard was
honored for her
service on the 4
Chiefland City .
Commission
Monday night.
Shown are City
Commissioner
Alice Monyei,
Baynard, Vice"
Mayor Betty
Walker, and City
Commissioners
Teal Pomeroy and
Teresa Barron. .-
Barron will serve as,_
mayor ,of Chiefland
for the coming
year.


News Briefs


Bronson class reunion
There will be a Bronson High School Class: Reunion for
graduating classes of the 4Qs, 50s, 60s and 70s and to honor'
former teachers. The reunion will be held on iSept. 24 at the
Cedar Key Park... .
Registration will begin at 5 p.m. and a fish dinner % ill
be served at 6 p.m. Walk down memory lane with a photo
prei ~iL- ton. .

GOP meets Sept. 26
The Levy County Republican Executive Committee will
hold its monthly mecling on Monday, Sept. 26 at Bell's
Restaurant in Chiefland, starting with a Dutch treat dinner and
fellowship at 6:30 followed by the REC meeting at 7 p.m.
Now.is the time to get involved with other Levy County
Republicans and build the part-y. The Levy County Republican
Party is growing; in 2005 starting in January with 6,448 and
now in July there were 6,731, which is an increase of 283.
If you have any quet lioi please call George at 486-0036.
Vets and Hispanics are your concerns being met at the
county, state or national levels? Come, voice those concerns
and help form both a Republican Hispanic and a Republican
Veteran club to work on your concerns so please attend.or
contact don at 490-7924.
The Williston Peanut Festival is Oct. 1 and the GOP will
have a booth. There will be, a prize gi% en to the 100t1 visitor.


Meet with the

lawmakers

this Monday
The Levy County
Legislative Delegation will
hold its annual meeting on
Monday, Sept. 19 at 1 p.m.
The meeting will be held in
the Levy Count. Commission
Chambers at the Courthouse
located at 355 South Court
St. in Bronson.
If any member of the
public would like to address
the delegation, please contact
Representative Dean's office
to be placed on the agenda.
Community Budget request
forms are available from any
of the Legislator's offices and
will also be available at the
meeting.
For more information,
please contact Ryan Tyson
in Rep. Dean's office at 488-
0805.

Story idea? Call
Carolyn at
352-490-4462


Smith resigns


Chiefland City
Manager Ed, Smith
has accepted a
position as county
manager for Bay
County in the
Florida panhandle.

Water, tourism

boards to meet
The Board of Directors
for Pure Water Wilderness
and the Dixie-Levy-Gilchrist
Tourism Development Board
will meet Wednesday, Sept.
21 at 9:30 at Fanning Springs
City Hall.
Call 352-4o3-3467 for
more information.


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AROUND LEVY COUNTY


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2005


Bronson voters satisfied with council


FROM STAFF REPORTS
Bronson voters sent three
incumbent council members
back to the town government
to represent them Tuesday.
Mayor Beatrice Mongo
and council members Mel-
ody LaFlam and Aaron Ed-
mondson will all return to the
council for another term.
"It's a pretty good turnout,
it's what I expected. I thank
God and the citizens of Bron-
son for having enough faith
and trust in me to know. that
I will do the right thing and
finish up the projects that the
town has started," Mongo
said.
"I'm very pleased," was
Melody LaFlam's response
about the outcome of the.
election, who was appointed
to fill her seat for the past
year.
"It's great," said Edmond-
son about the outcome of the
'election.
Beatrice Mongo cam-
paigned for continued im-
provement of the town's fi-
nancial position and progress
on town improvements as
reasons why she ran for re-
election.
Aaron Edmondson, a re-
tiree and the incumbent in
Seat 1, ran on a platform of
continued improvement for
the town, as did Edmondson
and LaFlam.
All three faced opposition
in the race for the council
seats.


Journal photo by Miriam Blitch

BEATRICE MONGO, .Melody LaFlam and Aaron Edmondson will all be returning to
Bronson Town Council.


Margaret Weeks, who ran
for Mongo's seat, said that
she would have liked to see
more people come out to
vote, and then congratulated
Mongo on her victory.
"The better man won," was
David White's comment fol-
lowing the election. White
ran for Edmondson's seat in


the election.
James Beck, who ran
against LaFlam, could not be'
reached for comment after
the results were announced.
Voters cast votes in solid,
support.of the incumbents.
Mongo received 180 votes
to Weeks' 74 votes; LaFlam.
won 156 votes to Beck's 78


and.Edmbndson received 149
votes to White's 74.
There were 49 absentee
ballots cast, but seven bal-
lots were determined suspect:
due to signatures that did
not match the voter registry.
Bronson. has slightly\ more
than 500 voters registered in
the city. ,


Reserve space for


manatee season


In preparation for the
upcoming "manatee
season" Manatee Springs
and Fanning Springs State
Parks will be holding an
'Interpretive training session
for potential participants in
the parks "paddle patrol. "
Both parks are well
known for their scenic
location on the banks of the
Suwannee River. They are
equally well known for the
manatees that frequent the
parks and adjacent waters
of the Suwannee River.
From December. through
April the parks conduct
weekly manatee paddles
from Fanning Springs to
Manatee Springs on the
Suwannee River. These
popular Interpretive
programs are usually filled
to capacity.
Interpretation is simply
the art of connecting people
with their environment at
an emotional level.
Individuals wishing to


become trip leaders are
invited to an Orientation
and Interpretive workshop
on Thursday, Nov. 10
at Manatee Springs or
at Fanning Springs on
Saturday, Nov. 12. Both
workshops begin at noon
and will last about two
hours. Refreshments will be
served by the park's Citizen
Support Organization
(CSO). Ideal participants
should have enough
paddling experience and
skills to feel comfortable
leading a trip with an
awareness of safety and
comfort of other paddlers.
Additional training will
beprovidedto those wishing
to become involved. Space
is limited so please call
Park Services Specialist,
John Lohde at 352-493-
6823 to reserve a place or
for more information.
Take 'this opportunity to
share something you love
with others.


FLRP sets Sept. 20 meeting
The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services,
Division of Forestry is currently holding a sigh-up for enrollment in
the Forest Land Recovery Program (FLRP).
Thins program 'was established to provide assistance to eligible non-
industnal private forest landowners who suffered losses as a result of
the 2004 hurricanes, topical .storms or related events.
The presentation \\ill start at 10 a.m., Tuesday, Sept. 20, at the
coiiferenice room in the USDA Sen ice Center, 625 N. Hathal\' a Ave.,
Bronson.


Young C'attlemen"'s Tourr Vi sits Levy County


BY PORTIA SACHE
CONTRIBUTING WRITER
Chad "Cracker" Johnson of
Chiefland and Dr. Hal Phillips
ofMorriston. members of the
Levy County Cattleman's
Association, were among
the group of young .Florida
cattleman who participated in
the 2005 Young Cattlemen's
tour of Florida.
The annual tour is a six-day
tour that affords participants
the opportunity to learn and
observe the various segments
of the Florida cattle industry,
from leaders in research,
production, marketing and
processing. The tour included
visits. to'three Levy County
farms.
The summer tour began
and ended at the Florida.
Cattleman headquarters in
Kissimmee.
The group visited several
premier south Florida
ranches including Kemper
Ranch at Deer Park,,Deseret
Ranch, the Flying C Ranch at
Kenansville and the Adam's
Ranch at Ft. Pierce.
Deseret Ranch at St. Cloud
sprawls across three' counties
and is the largest cow/calf
producer in the entire country.
The .National Cattleman's
Association ranks Adams's
Ranch as the 14th largest
U. S. cow/calf producer' by
the National Cattleman's
Association.
Following the Adams
Ranch tour, the group visited
ranches and industry related
businesses in the Okeechobee
area. Williamson Cattle
Company, the Dixie Ranch,,
Lightsey Cattle Company
and Brahma Island were
on the day's agenda. They
also toured the Okeechobee
Livestock Market and a feed
mill.
The group began the


fourth day of their tour at
Central Packing Company at
Center Hill. The tour of the
processing plant included a
review of health., and food
safety measures that is. the,
foremost concern in today's
industry. From Center
Hill, the group traveled
north to Levy County where
they visited, three cattle
operations.
Thomas Cattle Company,
locatednearWilliston, was the
first Levy County farm on the
day's agenda. Brad Etheridge
operates Thomas Cattle
Buying Services, which is a
successful preconditioning
operation. The tour began
at the receiving pens where
calves enter the facility
and moved to the various
pens and pastures that the
calves progress through
before they are shipped,
elsewhere. Thomas' Cattle
Company has been involved
in the implementation of
the country's new National
Animal Identification System
From Williston, the group
traveled west across Levy
County to Chiefland where
the group visited Hardee
Farms and Quincey Cattle
.Company.
Chris Hardee welcomed
the participants to the family
farm that began establishing.
a registered Angus herd
during the 1950s. On this day\
ho\ve\er, Hardee introduced
the group to the composites
that have resulted from' the-
introduction of the Charolais,
breed into the herd., Hardee
explained that the study
of genetics is an ongoing
process within the industry
and:- ultimately consumer,
demands are a factor .in
producers making sound
business decisions.
Less than two miles away,


the group arrived, at. Quincey
Cattle Company where they
had lunch before touring that
facility.
..... -...Doan,. Quincey, like
Etheridge, focuses ', on
preconditioning of calves
and starting them on feed
before shipment to western
feed yards. Quincey is also
affiliated with Jim Farley
of Penney Farms. Farley is
a Florida representative for
selling cattle via 'satellite
livestock marketing.
The tour group traveled!
north, stopping in Tallahassee'
where they visited the.
capitol and the office of
Commissioner of Agriculture
and Consumer Services,
Charles Bronson. They also
visited two west Florida
cattle operations; Laramore
Ranch in Jackson County and
Southern Cattle Company
near Marianna before going,
to the Northwest 'Florida
Agricultural Experiment
Station at Greenville.
After spending the final
night in the Florida panhandle,
the Young Cattlemen's group
traveled to the University of
Florida here they. met with
Levy Count\ resident, Sylvia
Beauchamp \ho works for
IFAS institutee of Food and
Agricultural Sciences).
Beauchamp presented an
informational media related"
program. The University
program also included an
overview of other. animal'
science andresearchprograms
by experts in the field.
The Florida Young
Cattlemen's tour is an annual
event that shows cases Florida
is diverse and vast cattle
industry. Dr. Hal Phillips is
president elect for the Florida
Cattleman's Association
and will assume the state
presidency in June 2006.


BRAD ETHERIDGE checks a new arrival at the Thomas Cattle facility near
Williston.
... I wt r' ll l2 "r :'" - -, - --l-- -


CRACKER JOHNSON was among the young Cattleman's group that toured the
state's livestock industry.


Levy Countians dispatched to Gulf Coast for hurricane assistance


The Florida Division of
Forestry has dispatched more
than 190 personnel and 92
vehicles to Mississippi to
assist in the recovery efforts
from the devastating effects


of Hurricane Katrina.
Local resources that have
been dispatched to assist
with hurricane relief include
16 forestry personnel from
the Waccasassa District


(Alachua, Putnam, Marion,
Levy arid Gilchrist counties).
Nine personnel went from'
Levy County, two' from
Gilchrist. County and five
from Alachua County. Their
positions' cover a. wide range


that includes Deputy Chief of'
Field Operations, to Forest
Area Supervisors, to Park
Rangers, to Forest Rangers.
The Division of Forestry
has coordinated efforts with
the Division of Emergency


Management to deploy four
Incident Management Teams
(IMTs).
This was done through a
request from the Emergency
Management Assistance
Compact (EMAC) which


encompasses coordinating
relief efforts for the six
southernmost Mississippi
counties: Jackson, George,
Harrison, Stone, Hancock,
and Pearl River.


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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


OPINION


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2005


YOUR VIEW


Join the Human(

To the editor:
The Humane Society of
Levy County, Inc. would
like to invite all residents
of Levy County to the First
United Methodist Church in
Chiefland at the Fellowship
Hall for a Membership Drive
on Sept. 24 at 3 p.m.
The Humane Society
of Levy County, Inc.'s
mission is to provide foster
care, adoptions and/or
the placement of rescued
animals that we receive from
the local shelters.
Donated funds will be
used to facilitate the needed
care, spay and neuter of
rescued pets, and the future
health and well being of
these animals.
We will also provide
educational programs in the
areas of animal care, spay
and neuter, animal cruelty



Miss Hone

S unday, Sept. 11,
S2005, 12:30 p.m.
Good afternoon!
I was up most of the night.
baking for customers
who ordered cakes, pies
and cobblers from me
and I delivered them this
morning.
But, let me tell you
what happened to me!
Last night I went down the
hallway and leaned over to
pick up something and gbt
over balanced and hit the top
of my head and I've had a
headache since then. HuIsh,
Donald, I know yNou %would
say my head is too hard to
hu- Irt!'uTirix-.rb b'fdesd !
S@iida'b" aT' -ColThE's
made and Sweet Pea is
sitting in my lap and Pee
Wee is sitting on the table in
front of the window beside
my chair. They love me if no
one else does! He is really
- looking out the window!
Berlin, I am sorry, I mus
have been asleep. I gave you
Donna's cake. \\ihy didn't
Syou wake me up and tell
me you wanted a different
* one?' I \ill make it up to
\oti, OK? I \ ill bake \ou.
and also Donna another cake
tomorrow. Is that OK? Amn I
forgi en?
Donald, it's too bad
you're so sw eet and can't
have a cake! You know I
w would bake for you anytime.


v ~w' ~


e Society Sept. 24

and present these programs
throughout Levy County.
The Humane Society of Levy
County's Board of Directors
has a combined total of
over 70 years experience
of working, caring, and
adopting animals. Everyone
that attends this meeting will
have the opportunity to view
a Power Point presentation,
meet board members, and
how your help can impact a
furry friend for life.
S If you would like more
information, please contact
leave and us a message and
.someone will return your
call that evening at 352-
486-5705. If you would
like a brochure or more
information, please write us
at.PO Box 678, Bronson,.
Fla. 32621.
Humane Society of Levy
County, Inc.



y says ..
s a s. but no



.but life
iw ill go
on. What,
is a cake
without
sugar?
Just an old "hoe cake!" Huh?
I still have a headache
this morning, but I will feel
better after I go down and,
visit with "Miss Jean", my
friend at Tony's. I don't
know what I would do if
not for my many friends.
It always helps to talk to a
friend ap do d,4qye qnany iD
both black and white ,
I went over to Dixie's
Saturday morning and
bought three cookbooks; so
maybe I'll learn how to bake
and cook, think so? Hush up,
Donald; I've been cooking
since I was 13, so ifI can't
t cook by now I never ill
learn:. By the w ay I want .
cabbage, okay?
\ Well I guess I %\ ill shut
tip. get up and take this down
to the Journal and visit Miss
Jean. Tomorro\ I have an
appointment with Dr. Ballou
in Gainesi ille.
So until next %week be
sweet, take care and God
bless.
Niuff said .'
Miss Honey


Quotes of the Week:


There are only two ways to establish comrn-
petitive advantage: do things better than
others or do them differently.
*** -* ^ -B -- 1


Karll MIbr


reCht


Life is either a daring adventure or nothing.
Helen Keller


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I'm afraid to become a landowner


eing new% to Levy ,
County, and there-
fore, Florida, I am
not yet savvy to
the law s that gornem the state.
From Sunshine Law issues
to statutes for land valuations,.
I plead ignorance from the
get-go.
By the time I left Georgia, I
was so hep on Sunshine Laws
that many times, governing
bodies and their attorneys
would ask me for advice.
In time, I hope I A\ ill know
Florida's laws as well.'
But this isn't about meeting
in the sunshine.
My random thoughts
tonight concern what I heard
while covering a meeting
of the 'otnty corrnih'i'.sin'"" "
Monday.
The commissioners, in their
defense, were powerless to
act on any issue that came
before them from several irate
taxpayers. Instead of brush-
ing them aside, they listened,
asked questions and tried to ..
point their constituents in the
right direction.
I am one of those constiru-
ents now and if half of what
I heard is true, I doubt 1 \\ ill
ever become a LevN County
property) owner.
I can't afford to.
Now,. as a responsible
journalist who takes her \w ork
seriously and tries very hard
to riot interject her personal
biases in news reporting, it
would be remiss and unethical
of me if I wrote what I thought
in a news stor\.
But this is a column and
a column is go\enedby. a..
.different set of rules. It is my
opinion. Mine only. Not that
of the ownership of this new's-
paper. Nor that of the staff of
this newspaper.
Nline. Carolyn Risner.
Le\y Counrt resident and
not\ a voting constituent of
Danny Stephens, Lilly Rooks,
Tony Parker. Nancy Bell and


THINKING OUT
LOUD





Carolyn Risner,


Sammy Yearty.
Please understand.that
before I begin.
* And while I know next to
nothing about Florida law,
I do kno'w a little bit about
property values.
For two miserable years, I
was a property appraiser in the
fC-,;, ,lir "t 1:1.') I 'lrl o ,)
county I' lived in rl
Miserable? Yes, because
next to the newspaper, the
tax assessors' office was the
most hated group of people in
the county. We made no one
happy.
But working in the of-
fice taught me much about
appraisals, assessments and
people. ,
Taxes are dirty. It's a fact
no One enjoys being taxed, but.
it's also a fact that we can-
not have a ci' ilized society
without a mechanism in place,
to fund it.
Taxation is that mechanism.
But what I also learned dur-
ing my tenure in the assessors'
office is that people ha' e to be
treated equally.
Names, social status and
economic factors cannot
play any role in the taxation
process.
p And backward as Georgia,
is in many areas, state statutes
. require equity, in property. .
valuations.
In Georgia, property o'% ners
are assessed at 40 percent of
the property's fair market val-
ue. Off that valuatiion comes '
exemptions, like homestead
and conservation.
Countrw\ide re-\ aluations


are man-
datory on
a periodic
basis. Spot
valuations
occur in
areas that
have high
growth.
For


years,
including
the time I worked in the of-
fice, it wasn't always possible
to re-val large counties as
often as the state required. So
Georgia allowed factoring"--
a small percentage was affixed
each year to the assessment so
"%hen the re-val was complete.
the property owner did not
have a heart nak' hiri tf e" '
opened his assessment f tnotide"
and saw how rising property
sales had pushed the value of,
his 100-year-old farm out of.
the world.
Appraiser staff members
%were charged with monitoring
comparable property sales on
a week. basis and every nowv
and again, a big" ig from the
Department of Revenue w wouldd
show\ up and audit the coun-
ty's sales reports to ensure
each.office \\as doing its job.
If the co-efficient of disper-
sion w as out of kilter and sales
were not uniform, the county
was fined heavily and ordered
to get things correct in a short
ttme fiamne.
The lower the rate of
dispersion, the more uniform.
and fair the spread of the tax
burden.
To put it another \a\. there
should be some uniformity ,
in the assessment of all the
homes in your neighborhood,
even ifthey don't look exactly\
like yours. '
And that's what it all comes
down to--uniformity and
spreading that evil taxation'
responsibility evenly so ev-
eryone pays his fair share and
no one carries the brunt of the.


burden.
I'm sure Florida has similar
laws. ,, :
But if what I heard Monday
is accurate, there seems to be
some gross niis-valuations
because some people are not
only paying their share of
taxes, they're paying their
neighbors' as v.ell
I got a lump in my throat as
I heard one after the other tell
how much their assessments
had changed in a year's time--
probably driven up due to the
influx of newcomers to the
state. New comers like me.
And I thought all the \'ay\
back to the office, if these
folks \ ho retired here with
good pensions in place cannot
afford then uaxeslhoi w ill l,'I
oHe of the working poor be
able to own five acres and a :
house?
And you know, there are
many others just like me. Mid-.
dle aged men and women \who
work hard e%\ en day to make,
ends meet, provide for their,,-
ta mi ies and have something,
for those happy, golden years..
Unfortunatel\ when you dip
into the sa\ uigs to pay the tax
man. instead of happy. golden
years, \ou find \ourself be-
coming a statistic.
It is the responsibility"
ofevery citizen to become
informed on local and state
government and seek answers
to hard questions.
SAm Ilay ing blame? No. I
just hope that no\ those in'
power know there are prob-
lems, isolated or not, and that
something \vill be done to
right the Trongs :
After all, I do want to own a
home here, but unless I marry
a millionaire, it's out of the
question. And I can tell you,,
they're not lined up at my
rental door now.

Carol) n Risner is nianag- :
ing editor of the Levy County
Journal.


EV Y COUNTY J0O
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.of Levy County as the leading information source that
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We:,
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: 'Robin Heath

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Portia Sache


BY SHANNON PANE T TA

It could have been us,
is what is on many
minds. The effects of
Katrina could have happened
to Florida. So is it a crime to
say I'm glad it wasn't us, or
at least it wasn't us?
It's w, hat many people are
thinking as they hear about
what's going on in New Or-
leans. The once beautiful, vi-
brant, French-influenced city
that was famous, for there
grand celebrations, such as
Madi Gras is now basically
under water, with the resi-
dents being evacuated, most
' having nowhere to go.
The effects on y outh is


more then just the gas prices,
it's knowing that it could
have been us. When I asked
many people, the first thing
most of them said is, "Thank
God it wasn't us."
It's a scary thought of
what would. have happened
if it had been the Levy
County area r our neighbor-
ing counties. Many are left
wandering what they can do
to help the people in need.
As of right now all the Red
Cross is asking for is money
donatiotis.
I As a youth there is only
so much we cando. We
don't make lots of money
to contribute and we are left
Wondering what we can do.


The most important thing we:
can do is come together and
raise awareness and get our
community involved with'
helping relieve the citizens'
of New Orleans.
Our generation is one that';
,has been filled with many
tragic times. First there was
9-11, then the War on Ter- .
rorism,.then the tsunami and.
now Hurricane Katrina. It
leaves us wondering what
else is going to happen.
There has been however,
a positive effect from these
tragedies. We as a whole



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LAW AND COURTS


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2005


The Sheriff's Cor


Heroin has a presence in Levy


H ello, everyone and
welcome
to this
week's Sheriff's
Corner. This
week's Corner will
talk about Heroin
trafficking and
abuse. Heroin?
Here? In Levy
County? I'm afraid
so. In fact heroin is
just about in every county
in Florida and almost every
state.
A recent report states that
illegal opium production
increased in 2002, 2003 and
2004 in Mexico, Columbia
and other South American
countries. When production
increases, smuggling
increases. And Texas isn't
the only state seeing large
increases in this activity:
Florida and Louisiana have
witnessed increases in
heroin trafficking, seizures
and abuse.
Heroin is a very
dangerous and bad drug.
When users first start taking


JOHNNY SMITH






LEVY COUNTY SHER


the drug, they often get
sick. As they continue, there
are changes to the point
that they get sick when
they. don't have the drug.
Withdrawal is rough. Couple
this with heroin's lower
cost and higher purity, and
we are looking at a great
potential for harm. Younger.
users snort or smoke
heroin, wrongly believing
that snorting and smoking
aren't as risky or looked
down upon as injection
users. They believe' that it
is not as addicting when
used these ways. Some
youth use heroin with other


drugs at RAVE parties.
Also people who were
using oxycontin are
changing to heroin due
to increased regulation
of these other drugs.
Heroin distributors
are still making it in
Chicago, Los Angeles
IFF and New'York.
However, Miami,
Orlando, Boston,
Baltimore, Detroit etc. are
also now part of the group.
Heroin can be seen as
a fine powder to large
granules. Rocks and packed
forms are also being seen.
However, pure heroin is
a white powder with a
'bitter taste. Most of the
street heroin is white to
dark brown. "Black tar"
heroin can be sold in coal-
like chunks or as a sticky
substance.
If you come across heroin
or have information, give us
a call. And as always if you
have a question we'll get
you an answer. Take care.
Johnny Smith is sheriff
of Levy Coun ty.


Genealogy meeting scheduled for Sept. 25


The regular meeting, of
the Levy County Genealogy
and Historical Society has
been changed to Sept. 25 to
accommodate the schedule of
guest speaker Myrtice Bailey
Scabarozi.
Ms. Scabarozi of
Albuquerque, N.M. will be
returning to Levy County
to attend the Bronson High
School Class Reunion on
Saturday, Sept. 24.,
Ms: Scabdrozi -will,
present a program about'
pioneer families in Levy and
surrounding counties. She
has done extensive research
and has amassed a database
containing approximately
45,000 names of kinship,
Family trees, and family
history.
The Levy County native
began her research in 1994
after her mother,, because


of failing health, moved to
Albuquerque. Ms. Scabarozi
eventually had to quit her job
in order to provide constant
care to her ailing. mother.
She began to quiz her mother
about family matters and
relationships like ."How was
I kin to Aunt Linnie and why
did some of my cousins call
her Granny?"
Another more ,puzzling
question was about "G., nidm.
Leslie. She was my mrom's
stepmother and the stepchild
of m\ dad's half sister. Talk.
about confusing! I bought
the Family Tree computer
program and began calling
people back in Levy County,"
she said.
Ms. Scabarozi said, she
was initially interested in
her own family but there
was never a'place to stop,so
she kept doing research and


connecting families. During
extended visits to Levy
County, she spent countless
hours visiting family, friends
and acquaintances that were
able to provide information
about early settlers. She has
also indexed several area
cemeteries..
Ms. Scabarozi attended
Bronson School through the
10th grade. before moving
to Chiefland where she,
graduated. She attended Lake
City Community College and
Florida State University..
Ms. Scabarozi, who has
never met a stranger;, said
she will bring her computer
to 'the Genealogy meeting
at the Levy County Quilt
Museum and will share any
information that she has via
disk or CD. The meeting
will begin at 2 p.m.


Alpha Beta Omicron meets Sept. 24


Alpha -Beta Omicron
Chapter of Beta Sigma. Phi
invites all interested women
to attend a membership/!


OPINION
Shannon

have pulled together, to help
those in need. In every case
we have helped those in
need and been there to lend
a helping hand whenever
and wherever we can, and
we will continue to be there
for those who need it. Now
especially we should come
together and help those peo-
ple who have helped us in
the past. New Orleans might
not be our backyard but we
in a way know what they're
going through, because we
went through somewhat of
a similar situation last year
during hurricane season.
I asked my teacher, Ms.
Hallman, on what her
thoughts where on the situ-
ation. She said, "I do not
know anyone who has lost
a love one or their home. I
grieve for the pain that my
fellow Americans are endur-
ing. The cost of gas and:
other set backs are only tem-r
porary. In time it will only be
a memory, but a life can not
be replaced or forgotten."
Please send any donations


RECYCLE


information tea'on Sept. 24
at the Levy County Quilt
Museum.
. Beta Sigma Phi is an


Continued from page 4


that you can to The. Red
Cross.
Shannon Pannetta is a
junior at Bronson Middle-
High School.


international women's
.,friendship network, which
was established in 1931. It is
made up of women of all ages,
interests and educational
backgrounds.
Further information about
the organization will be
provided on Sept( 24. If you
would like to attend this
membership tea, please call
Marge Hiers at (352) 542-
1285 or Kitty Wood at (352)
493-1477.


Thefts, assaults top sheriff's arrests


The Levy County Sheriff's
Office reported the following
arrests:
Perry Jack Watkins, 28, of
Gulf Hammock was charged
with lewd or lascivious
battery on a child under 16
and unlawful sexual activity
with certain minors on Aug.
31. His bond was set at
$25,000.
Carl Sidney Frazier, 45,
of Williston was charged
with aggravated assault and
tampering with a witness
following an incident on Sept.
5. The incident stemmed
from Frazier's arrest by
Williston Police on charges
of burglary, battery and petit
theft. His bond on the new
charges was set at $50,000.
Richard L. Foster, 31,
of Jesup, Ga., was charged
with battery on elderly and
obstruction 'following. an
incident on Sept. 8 in which
it is alleged he refused to free
an elderly .man after being
ordered to by deputies.
James W. Strickland, 39,
of Williston was charged
with child abuse following
a school-reported incident
in % which a student arrived at
school with bruises on her
legs on Sept. .6.
Earnest Gerome Brown,
50, of Williston was charged
with \ o coLunts of aggravated
assault following an incident
at a store on Sept. 3.
Roderick Michael Page,
19, of Chiefland was charged
with possession and sale of
marijuana following a video
taped sale to an undercover
agent on Sept. 7, according
to the report.
Terry Milton Durden, 37,
of Morriston was charged
with disorderly intoxication
following his alleged refusal
to lea'e ,the .Bear's, Den in
Fanning; prirngs onSept. 4.
Jackie Lorene Mitchem,
46, of Bronson was charged
with possession of crack


cocaine and resisting arrest
without violence on Sept. 5.
Harold E. Brown. 55, of
Williston was charged with
failure to appear in court to
answer a charge of possession
of cocaine on Sept. 5.
Lacey C. Howard, 26, of
Bronson was charged with
possession of cocaine and
.sale of cocaine on Sept. 7.
Phillip Mitchem Jr., 43, of
Chiefland turned himself in
to answer a charge of. non-
payment of support in the
amount of $1,200 on Sept. 8.
Joseph Lee Brown, 23, of
Bronson. was charged with
failure to appear in court to
answer a charge of possession
of cocaine on Sept. 3.
James' J. .Polich,. 22, of
Crest Hill, Ill., was charged-
with' failure to appear -in
court to answer a charge, of
burglary. The warrant was
sworn in Illinois and bond
was set at $50,000 on Sept.
4.
Brian Lloyd Sutherland,
41, of Belleview was charged
with failure to appear in court
to answer a charge of issuing.
a worthless check. He posted
the $75.82 bond on Sept. 5.
Kevin Rortman, 29, of
Belleview was charged with
failing to appear in court to
answer a charge of battery on
Sept. 2.
Joann J. Gpodman, 60,
of Williston .was charged
with violating probation ,on
an obtaining property by
worthless check conviction
on Sept. 3. The warrant ,was
issued in Orange County.
Kenneth R. McGinty, 41,
of Chiefland was charged
with violating probation for a
burglary conviction on Sept.
2. The warrant was issued in
Washington County.
John D.. Forehand, 32, of
Cross City was held on a writ
of bodily 'ittachtriert 'issued
by Dixie County on Sept. 3.
Roderick Page, 19, of


Chiefland was charged with
violation of his probation for
a possession of a controlled
substance conviction on
Sept. 2. .
Todd .M. Johnson, 25, of
Williston was charged with
violation of probation on a
grand theft conviction out of
Alachua County on Sept. 9.
. Armando G. Perez,. 18,
of Chiefland was charged
with violation of probation
on a driving while license
suspended or revoked
conviction on Sept. 8.
Marvin Kirkland, 34, of
Archer was charged with
violation of probation on a
conviction of two counts of
scheming to defraud on Sept.
8.
Charles L. Truman, 56,
of Bell was charged with
violation of probation on
a possession and sale of
marijuana on Sept. 7.
Rebecca Morris, 28, of
Chiefland was charged .with
violation of, probation on a
DUI conviction on Sept. 7.
Mark Bryan, 33, ofTrenton
was charged with violation of
probation on a possession of
cocaine conviction on Sept.
7.
Leo Leonard Fogler III,
29, of Fanning Springs was
arrestedon a warrant charging
two counts of violation of an
injunction on Sept. 8.
Donald L. Owens, 52,.
of Inglis was charged with
violation of probation on a
conviction of possession of
drug paraphernalia in Marion
County on Sept. 6.
Timothy A. Bentz, 45,
of Inglis was charged with
violation of probation on
a possession of cocaine
conviction on Sept. 6.
Arnett Clarence Bryant Jr.,
22, of Archer was charged
with violating his probation.
on -possession, and. sale of
cocaine convictions on Sept.
6.


Chiefland Police make drug arrests


The Chiefland Police Dept.'
reported the following arrests
this week.
Christie Lynn Blanton,
27, of Trenton \\as arrested
on Sept. 6 and charged with
disorderly intoxication at
Wal-Mart after she was
unable to find her car and
accused store personnel of
'stealing it, according to .the
police report.
April M. \\lite,' 33, of
Chiefland was arrested on
.Sept. 9 and charged with
retail theft at Wal-Mart.
G.I. Inman Jr., 43, of Old


town was arrested on Sept
11 and charged with driving
while his license is suspended
or revoked and possession
'of drug paraphernalia, the
incident report states.
Kristan A. Richardson, 18,
ofChiefland \ as chargedwith
retail theft on Sept. 6 at the
Winn-Dixie. She was issued
a notice to appear in court on
the charge, according to the
report.
Jerrold L. Lewis Jr., 46,
of Brooksville was issued
a notice to appear in court
on Sept. 9 after he was


charged with possession of
a small amount of marijuana
and possession of drug
paraphernalia following
a traffic stop in .a tractor-
trailer rig with a license plate
light malfunction, the report
states.
Tristan Vashaun Stokes,
22, of Chiefland was arrested
on Sept. 10 and charged with
trespass in the Prairie Oaks
Apartments Complex. The
report states that Stokes was
under a warning preventing
him from being on the
property.


Dana L. Monroe
Date of birth: 10-15-83
Last known Address:
Williston
Wanted for: VOP
POSS Controlled
Substance'


Kesha Danielle
Bowers
Date of birth: 3-23-81
Last known Address:
Trenton
Wanted for: FTA
DWLSR Knowingly


Glendell Thompson
Date of birth: 2-10-76
Last known Address:
Williston
Wanted For:'
Child Support Writ


Virtron L. Horton Sr.
Date of birth: 5-12-59
Last known Address:
Chiefland
Wanted for: VOP
DWLSR


William Wesley Sims
Date of birth: 4-4-84
Last known Address:
Chiefland
Wanted for: VOP
Grand Theft


Amanda Faye
Thompkins
Date of birth: 11-01-81
Last known Address:
Chiefland
Wanted for: VOP Utter
Forged Instrument


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WANTED IN LEVY COUNTY


LEVY COUNTY

HISTORY
Septemrrber 12, 2005

From the Levy County Clerks Archives & History Dept.
Minutes Book "0".
Special Meeting April 9, A.D.1937; ten o'clock in the
forenoon. Present B.B. Rowland, Fred T. Davidson,
Carl Wellman, D,.D. Allen and L.E. Smih None Absent.
Chairman stated that the purpose of the meeting was to
open bids for furnishing 100,000, more or less, common
clay or. shale brick for the Courthouse PWA Docket
1290-D and thereupon the Clerk announced that only
one bid had been received,, that of Dan Gerow Company,
St. Petersburg, Florida. The bid was opened and it was as
follows: Dan Gerow Company bid $16.00 per thousand
brick on board cars at Archer, Flhirida, less 50 cents per
thousand for full payment within fifteen days from date
of invoice, which said bid was accompanied by a
certified check #2087 issued by Florida National Bank
St. Petersburg.
Thereupon the Chairman declared said motion had
prevailed and Reoulution. Adopted. Official Seal; a
resolution rescinding all prior resolutions adopted by this
board rcIai'ive to accepting bids and awarding contract
for furnishing 100,000 more or less, common clay or
shale brick. TI, si ouii ingi against said motion were none.
In witness whereof I have set my hand and seal this 9th
day of .\'[i I, A.D, 1937, Jack L. Meeks. Clerk Circuit
Court.


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about the above individuals, please contact the
Levy County Sheriff's Office at 486-5111
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Around Levw County


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2005


Bronson youth share Christ through summer work


Eleven members of the
First Baptist Church of Bron-
son joined more than 210
youth and their leaders this
summer for a World Chain:-
ers national community proj-
ect in Columbia, SC.
During the week, students
spent their d.i\s rootiing,
painting, sctiini1 up Back,iudl
Bible Clubs and \ ohmntccrin!,
at food pantries in the Colum-
bia community.
In the c\ cnines, the youth
participated in worship, Bible
study and team-building ac-
tivities. World Changers par-
ticipants learned what being
"On Mil.'on" really meant
throuiihout the week: be-
coming personally involved
in meeting the needs of oth-
ers while sharing the love of
Christ.
Local youth participating
in World Changers included
Jack Dulaney, Hannah Gar-
nett, Nicole Hammond, Craig
Lovely, Mike Martin, TJ .
McGinnes, Trey Mikell, and
Clarinda Morgan. Troy and
Nina Turner and Frank McK-
oy went as group leaders.
After rri', ing at the proj-
ect, p..irticipankt were divided
into 19 work groups called
crews v !.1' names such as
"Shiuge Bells," "Brush
Bmihn." "Goofus Roofers,"
"C .-Y. Caulkers" and "Nail
Heads."
Each crew, composed of
12-14 students and leaders
from various churches, was


CHANGING THE WORLD
summer.
assigned to work on the home
of a community resident.
Meeting youth from other
churches .and learning how
to serve as a team were high-
lights of the week, partici-
pants said. Others said they
enjoyed getting to know the
resident whose home they
were repairing and being able


to complete the construction
and community projects.
When asked about his fa-
vorite part of working with
World Changers, TJ Mc-
Ginnes said, "Just seeing the
people's faces when we fixed
their house."
World Changers provides
an opportunity for students


to gain hands-on missions
experience and give back
some of what God has given
to them."
John Bailey, Student 'Vol-
unteer Mobilization manager,
said. "This experience of ser-
vanthood is life changing."
This summer, more than
25,000 students were, regis-


tered to participate in over
100 World Changers projects
around the globe. Sponsored
by the North American Mlis-
sion Board in Alpharetta, Ga.,
.World Changers included not
only the week in Columbia,
but also locations in cities
from Alaska to Pennsylvania
to California.


Benefit earns firefighters over $4K


GUESTS at Black Prong enjoyed horse-drawn car-
riage demonstrations.


GUESTS at Black Prong enjoyed wonderful seafood,
music and fellowship.


BY L.T. KAPELL
CORRESPONDENT .
Diane Garte, the Office
Manager and Events
Coordinator at the Black
Prong'.. ,Equestrian.. Center,.
putbnw, agreat showSaturdajy
night to help Levy County
firefighters.
This charity event was
designed to collect donations
for the local county volunteer
firefighters.
At last tally, over $4,000
was raised for the firefighters
in the county. This was a huge
success for all those involve ed,
bringing people together to
meet a common goal..
Over 200 people attended
and enjow ed 800. oysters
as RickN Cook from Cedar'


Key spent the entire night
shucking the oysters and
serving the ice cold shellfish
to a hungry crowd.. There,
were also plenty of clams,
hot sauce and horseradisli put
away Saturday night. "
Peter and Gena Steffon
provided the main course
of gumbo, corn and baked
biscuits from their restaurants
in Cedar Key: The Island
Room and The Depot on the
big dock. .
Ann White and the Clam
Jams Band pumped out
Southern style upbeat music
The guests were also served
endless crisp salad which
was all donated by Flamingo
Produce and Seafood .in
Bronson.


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Just before the sun set, a
cool breeze, blew in across
the fields and through the
open French doors of the
dining area. The large
illuminated water fountains
highlighted the horse-drain
carriages which were giving
the crowd a demonstration
on the obstacle course behind
the pavilion.
"This is the first time we
have had this event," Diane
Garte said.
Not only did the guests.
have a chance to try Karaoke
for charity, but everyone had
a chance to bid on the auction
items that were donated by
local organizations and the'
general public.


losing money.


A cooking/recipe contest
has been added to the events
for the Central Florida fall
Harvest and Peanut Festival
to be held Saturday, Oct. 1, in
downtown Williston.
Recipes using peanuts,
pumpkins, sweet potatoes or
corn are needed. All ages,
male and female, are invited
to prfi ipte.
As in past years, there
- ill be crafts, peanuts, food,
nutgic, dancing, rides, Baby
P.. i, t ..-i i Little Peanut King
and O'.-rn contests.
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Will .iiclfi'cni 9) a.m. and
1 p,Im. "V, 7a'ld ,s


Hardeetown
Baptist helps

with relief efforts
BY TRAVIS HUDSON
SPECIAL TO THE JOURNAL
Most of us have seen
the devastation that
Hurricane Katrina left in
her wake. The loss of life
and damage to property
has been heartbreaking
to say the least.
When we see the
overwhelming plight of
so many people we feel
helpless, but we are not.
We can 'support them
through our prayers and
through our financial
gifts. Jesus said, "What
you do for the least of
these you do also for
me." The images on TV
are showing us "the least
of these."
On Sunday, Sept. 18,
Hardeetown Baptist
Church will take a
special offering for the
hurricane victims. I
want to assure that 100
percent of the money
donated will be given
*to the Florida Baptist
Convention for the
victims, and not one
penny will be taken out
for administrative costs
or anything else.
If you find you
cannot be here on Sept.
18, you may make a
donation at the church
office between the
hours of 8:30 a.m. and
3:30 p.m., Monday
through Friday.
You ,may also mail,
it to, the church at
1404 NW 18th Ave.,
Chiefland, Fl. 32626.
If you write a check
please make .it out to
Hardeetown Baptist
Church. All donations
are tax deductible.
Thank you for your
support for the
hurricane victims and
God bless you.
Travis Hudson is
pastor of Hardeetown
Baptist Church.

BOC tax hearing
set for Monday

The Levy County Board
of Commissioners will meet
'Monday at 6:30 p.m. for. its
final budget hearing. The,
meeting will be held in court-
house in Bronson.


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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


SPORTS & RECREATION


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2005


Trinity shuts out Red Devils 39-0


BY L.T. KAPELL
CORRESPONDENT
; The Williston Red Devils
headed out Friday night to the
home of the Celtics at Ocala
JTrinity Catholic High School
to face the green and gold.
As soon as the Red Dev-
ils stepped out onto the field
the fight was on. The Celtics
.rushed into action controlling
the first quarter. The Red Dev-
ils fought back for every inch
bf the field but the Celtics had
scored 145 points total com-
ing into the game, more than
.70 points so far per game.
Jacob Casey made an in-
ferception for the Celtics in
the first quarter leading to the
first touchdown. The Willis-
ion quarterback, Jiwan James,
and Quinn King, worked back
up the field trying to push the
Celtics back into their own
territory, but to no avail.
By the end of the half, the
Celtics were up by 24 and it
was time for the, Red Devils
to get back in the game. In the
third quarter, the Red Devils'
Coby Span ran the ball all the
.way up the. right side of the
field on a. long, hard drive to
the Celtic 2-yard line, much to


By the third quarter, the
Williston defense was hitting
hard as Trinity worked the
field again.
Williston punted, the kick
was high, long and deep down
into the Celtics' end zone as
one of the Celtics seemed to
accidentally come in contact
with the punt which was then
picked up by Coby Span.
The Williston fans were


out of their seats yelling at
the referee as no touchback
was called. This might have
turned the .game around for
the Red Devils, but they were
stopped dead in their tracks.
Two more touchdowns by
the Celtics closed the game
out leaving the score at 39 to
0. So far, Trinity is 3-0 and,
the Williston Red Devils are
1-2.


Jamie Baker, the coach
of the Red Devils, said after
the game, "Trinity has a ton
of stacked talent. Playing a
team like this makes us better
for the playoffs."

The Red Devils played hard
and they took everything that
Trinity threw at them. This
week's game is at 7:30 p.m..
at Dunnellon.


JAMIE BAKER coaches linebacker C.J. Arendal on
the sidelines.


the shock of the Celtics. The
play was called back due to
interference./
Later on, the Red Devils
were back inside the Celtic.
40 yard line and then King
sacked the Celtics' .quarter-


back.
King hung on as the
quarterback struggled to get
away, but King took him to
the ground. The Red Devils
drove Trinity back to their
own 10-yard line.


THE RED DEVILS get a breather and some advice during a time out in the sec-
ond half.


Trojans scalp Chiefland's Indians


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CONTRIBUTING WRITER
The Chiefland.High School
cheerleaders were chanting
"Blue, Gold, Blue, Gold" but
there was no blue and gold
in Pridgeon Stadium at last
Friday night's game between
the Indians .of Chiefland
and the Trojans of Hamilton
County.
The Indians broke with six
decades of the traditional blue
and gold as they kicked pff.to
fli> t isituis -from .lamilton)
Count. .
The Trojans, undaunted by,
the: Indians new black and
blue look, returned the ball
all the way to the end zone
to score six points. The PAT
(point after touchdown) kick
was good and the Indians
were, in the position of playing
"catch-up" football. .
In the ensuing series, the
hometown Indians, led by,
Jonas Randolph, bounced
back.. However, with the
goal line in sight; the Trojans
picked off an Indian pass'
and returned it inside the
10-yard line. The Indians
defense denied the Trojans a
touchdown so they settled for
a field goal this time.
During the second quarter
and down by 10, the Indian
offense \\ith Daniel Galpin
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back, field with Michael
Rome, Jonas Randolph
and L. B. Cravey, tried to
answer back by picking up
impressive yardage. And,
although the Trojans added
another field goal during the
period the half ended 13-0
with Hamilton in the lead.


The fired up Indians
returned to the field for the
third quarter of play. This
time, Hamilton kicked to the
Indians and Jonas Randolph,
protected by a wall of
defensive blockers, returned
the ball to score.
Midway through the
quarter, sophomore Phillip
Young;, recovered a Trojan
fumble that set the Indians up
for the second touchdown run
by Jonas Randolph.
. This time the Indians opted
for two and the Indians took
the lead for the first tine in
the evening.
With the game on the line,
Hamilton's Trojans scored
early .in the fourth quarter to
go ahead 19-14. The Indians,
desperate for' a win, played
a valiant game but the effort.
was too little too late as the
Chiefland suffered the third
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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


Around Levy County


Angie Osterhoudt one of



seven tapped for program


Another Way, Inc.
announces the acceptance of
Angie Osterhoudt, Program
Director into the TEAM
Program administered by
the Florida Coalition Against
Domestic Violence.
Only seven individuals in
the state have been selected
for the year-long program
and selection is based on
a competitive application
process. The TEAM Program
seeks those individuals who:

eAre currently employed in
a Florida Certified Domestic
Violence center and have
been employed in a center for
at least three years.
*Have the full support of
their executive director and
are willing to commit the
time and energy necessary to
complete the program.
*Can demonstrate
leadership qualities through
their experience in working
to end violence against
women and participation in
community activities, both
past and present.
*Are uniquely qualified'to
utilize their leadership skills
for the long-term benefit
of the domestic violence
movement in Florida.
*Represent the diverse
geography and population of
the state.
*Demonstrate a


personal commitment
to empowerment-based
advocacy and advanced
knowledge about domestic
violence or sexual assault.
The mission of the TEAM
Program is to support the
promotion, advancement and
leadership of people currently
working in the domestic
violence prevention as well
as to help them obtain a
leadership position in one of
Florida's Domestic Violence
centers.
Donna Fagan, executive
director said, "We are very
proud of Angie. It is an
honor to be accepted into the
TEAM Program:It was a very
competitive process.
"Although she is already
in an upper management
position at Another Way
this program will give her
skills that will benefit all of
us. Managed by the Florida
Coalition Against Domestic
Violence and funded by
Altria, Inc., this program will
I provide leadership poolready
to step into executive director
positions throughout the
State of Florida by providing
training such as grant writing,
personnel management,
employment law, board
relationships, etc."

Participants in the program
will:


Schedule flu shots now


Adelia Vachon, an AARP
North Florida- Regional
SAdvocacy Volunteer and
Williston -Area AARP
.Chapter #912 president, has
announced there will be a Flu
and Pneumonia .Shot Clinic
in .the Fellowship Hall of the
Williston United Methodist
Church, 213 .West Noble
Ave., on Tuesday, Oct. 4,
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Maximum
Health Services of Ocala will
be administering the clinic,,.


Appointments will be
made at half-hour intervals
to prevent standing in line
tor, .lqnag, periods of time.
The minimum age to receive
the shots are 9 years of age.
Pneumonia shots should
be received every five
.years and flu shots yearly.
Chemotherapy patients need
a doctor's order to receive the
'shots. .
Medicare clients must
present their Medicare Part B


Brock reunion is Oct. 2

The 76th Annual Brock Family Reumion i ill be held Sunday. Oct.
2, at.Manatee Springs State Park in Chiefland.
Participants miy arrive as early as 10 a.m. The luncheon is at
noon and those amending are asked to bring a covered dish to share.
All Brock descendants are invited to attend. For more infomutioin
call 490-7257 or 1352) 870-9302.


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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2005


Ombudsman volunteers needed


The Long-Term Care
Ombudsman Council is a
group of concerned citizens
whose goal is to improve
the quality of life and care
for people who live in
licensed long-term care
facilities such as nursing
homes, assisted living

facilities, adult family
card homes and long-term
care units in hospitals. A
trained certified volunteer
ombudsman is given
authority under Florida law


to identify, investigate and
resolve complaints made by,
or on behalf of, long-term
care facility residents.
The North Central Florida
Long-Term Care Ombudsman
Council serves residents in 11
counties: Alachua, Bradford,
Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist,
Hamilton, Lafayette, Levy,
Putnam, Suwannee, and
Union. The ombudsman's
job is to advocate, defend and
protect the rights of residents
and assure that residents


receive fair treatment
and quality care by
investigating and resolving
complaints, visiting
each facility to evaluate
conditions and to conduct
annual inspections.
Volunteers to serve
residents in the 11-
county geographic area
are needed. For more
information, please contact
Jody Dolsberry by phone
at (352) 955-5015 or toll-
free at 1-888-831-0404.


cardandapictureidentification
card to complete registration.
at the clinic. Medicare will
,pay ,laxim directly for the
shots:, All others will be
charged $25 for flu shot and
$35 for a pneumonia shot.
Those paying will receive a
receipt to submit to their own
insurance for reimbursement.
Please call AdeliaVachon
at 528-5024 to make an
appointment.




Reunion


cancelled
Due to Katrina and
otherproblems, the annual
Smallwood reunion
scheduled for Oct. 8 in
Gulf Hammock, has been
cancelled.
For questiois,.s or
comments call: Amelia at
352-629-4438. '


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Levy County Board of County Commissioners--Fiscal
THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF THE LEVY COUNTY
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ARE 10 PERCENT MORE THAN LAST YEAR'
OIAl.OP0RAIJSIIPENDIIRES. ,


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TAXES Ulbgs p" 11080
Ad Vaefim 200904.738,573
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IJISCELLAuE.:'ui !,49 4-6
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','L-'frl06~L(eG 0(1,103.544)
TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES 19,751,144
NON OPERArNC, .I0.EPIUES
T.,~.,01ram le,. 107.935
CASN BALANCES FORWARD 3,080.000
TOTAL REVENUES & BALACES 22,359A276


EXPENDITURES & RESERVES
G-ENlERAL GOVEFNMEIIT
PUBLIC SAFEI N
PHtSICAL. ENl.'RONMENT
TRANSPORTATION
ECONOMIC Er.oROuMENT
MUMjlk aeR .|CES
CULURlRECREATION
CC'uRT RELATED
TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES
noN oPEPRAnTIC E rIPEJDiuLPES
Ir,,,-0r,1 Trwalen
RESERVES
TOTAL EXPENDITURES, TRANSFERS
S&RESERVES


4,351,3386
1,477,623
445.624
231,525
1,672,396
904,653,
76,450

13,350,455
143,218
23,60,37


0
0'
0:

0
160,000
: 0
2,854,071 ,
I O0 107
2.'3.9,431

S(507,40>

1.797.821
3,107,007
14,472,057


2,614,375
4,642,041
418,377
1,679254
2,036,780
1127,239
352.047
2,208,845
14,079,858
107.835
284,704

14472,057


THE TENTATIVE. ADOPTED AND/OR FINAL BUDGETS ARE ON FILE
IN THE OFFICE OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED TAXING AUTHORITYAS
A PUBLIC RECORD.


TRANSPORTATION
FUND


;
0'
'0
282.500)
0





0


.300.1,10
0.071,130


0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0.300,.00


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S.DEBT CAPITAL
SERMcE PROJETs'
FUND FUND


S O.*
0
0

1,250,000
0
0

0







0'' 0
(02,500)
1.107,5000

0

2,8975000


2,737,500
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2,737500

0
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6,119,684
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8,234,086
2,268,305 .
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1,257,600
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COURTS&CLERK TO THEBOAROP
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS


Page8


NOTICE OF PROPOSED


TAX INCREASE




The Levy County Board of County Commissioners

has tentatively adopted a measure to increase its

property tax levy.


Last year's property tax levy:


A. Initially proposed tax levy,


B. Less tax reductions due to Value Adjustment

Board and other assessment changes
$6,243


C.Actual property tax levy


This year's proposed tax levy:

,*' t 11 IT '^ ^ !'! '11- :!.'~ >* i1 ^" ^ -


All concerned citizens are invited to attend a public

hearing on the tax increase to be held on


` Monday, September 19, 2005
6:30P.M.,

at

Commissioner's Meeting Room

Levy County Courthouse

355 S Court Street

Bronson, Florida



A FINAL DECISION on the proposed tax increase

and the budget will be made at'this hearing.


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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


OBITUARIES-


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2005


Archer
John Henderson Jr
Jeannine McQuinn
Bell '
Edward Rada
William Spaeth
Bronson
William Hightower
Charles Warwick
Chiefland
Robert Snow
Jack Lewis
Cross City
Myrtice Dampier


Gisela Rodriguez
Avila ,
The infant Gisela Rodri-
guez Avila died Friday, Au-
Lgust 9, 2005.
Survivors include her par-
ents, Daniel Rodriguez and
Teresa de Jesus Avila of Wil-
liston; and several aunts and
,uncles.
Arrangements by Knauff
Funeral Home.

Charles Cox
Charles Cox of Ocala died
WMonday, Sept. 12,, 2005, at
h his home. He was 87.
Mr. Cox was born in Tifton,
Ga., and lived
Sin Williston
for 21 years
.A before moving
to Ocala in
2002. He was
a member
of the First
I Baptist Church
Sof Williston where he was a
Sdeacon. He was a disabled
veteran of the U.S. Air Force
,'and sern ed durinui World War
II and the Korean War.
I He was preceded in death
'b\ his xxife, MNrtle Cox and a
great-great-grandson, Adrian
T ler Rodriquez.
4 Survivors include sons
':Bill Cox of Simpsonville,
S C., Frank Cox of Palm
Bay and Ken Cox of Cocoa;
.1 LJaughter, Diane Young of
SOcala; a sister, Louise Park of
$Ocoee: 17-grandchildren: 24
great-grandchildren; and one
great-great-grandctl d. .
.Arrangements by Knauff
I Funeral Home in Williston.

Alyrtice B.
Landrum Dampier
SMrtice B. Landrum
SDampier of Cross City died
Sunday, Sept. 11, 2005, in
Cross City from natural
causes. She was 85.
I Mrs Dampier \\as born
:;uin Sprmgdale and moved' to
Sthe area from linmokalee in
1986. She was a homemaker
.'and o\\ner ofE\ eri lades Fish
^Camp until 1973. She \\as a
member of Antioch Baptist
!Church. .
P Survivors include sons'
,Lester "Dick" Landrum Jr. of
.Fort M N ers. E. Wade Landrum
of Old To w'n and James
Landrum of Everglades Cirt.
a stepson, Wenton Dampier of
Alachua; stepdaughters Mars
Ev onne Bass of Lacrosse and
Thelma Dampier of Melrose;
sisters Evilee Dawson .of
Windsor and Evangeline.Bell
of Day; six grandchildren;
and numerous -great and.
great-great-grandchildren.
-Arrangements b \ Nilamn
Funeral Home.

Janie Elizabeth
Hayes :
Janie Elizabeth Hayes
| of rural Dixie County died
1 Thursday, Aug. 8, 2005, in
Clearwater. She was 75.
S Mrs. Hayes was born in
"Mississippi and moved to
| Clearwater from rural Dixie
. County in February.
SShe was a retired admin-
istrative assistant for the
jHillsborough County School
Board and a member of Rock
Sink Baptist Church.
' Survivors include her hus-
band, Kenneth C: Hayes of
Chiefland; sons Richard Ken-
Sneth Hayes of St. Petersburg,
' James Walter Hayes 6f Chief-
. land, Jeffrey Wilford Hayes
n of Clearwater, Joseph Bryant
"Hayes of Starke and Quentin


AREA DEATHS BY CITY


Dixie County
Janie Hayes
Fanning Springs
Buddy Strickland
Ocala
Charles Cox
Old Town
Candice Vea,;-.
Trenton
Bruce Kirk
Bessie Rodgers
Williston
Gisela Avila


Charles Hayes of Branford; a
brother, James Edward Bry-
ant of Melbourne; a sister,
Jewel Evelyn Cofield of Sef-
fner; nine grandchildren; and
two great-grandchildren.
Arrangements by. Hiers-
Baxley Funeral Home in
Chiefland.

John Henry
Henderson Jr.
John Henry "Pump" Hen-
derson Jr. of Archer died
Sept. 2, 2005, at the Veterans
Affairs Medical Center in
Lake City. He was 75.
Mr. Henderson was born in
Fairbanks and moved to Ar-
cher in 1933.
He was a retired machin-
ist at Maddox Foundry and
attended Ala-
.chua County
Schools. He
was a U.S.
'" Army veteran
,^ of the Ko-
rean War and
a -member of,
Shiloh Baptist
Church in Archer.
Surx ixvors include daugh-
ters Sandra Graves of Jack-
sonville and Shirley Fields of
Archer; sisters Catherine H.
Lloyd of Fort Pierce and Ira-
bell H. Clark of Archer; 'five
grandchildren and six great-
grandchildren.
Arrangements by Bookei
T.' Hunt Funeral Home in
Nexxberny. ,

William Russell
Hightower
William Russell Highto%\ -
er of Bronson died Thursday,
Aug. 8, 2005, in Gainesville.
He was 33.
Mr. Highto\\ er %x as born in
Pensacola and was a longtime
resident of the area.
He enjoyed fishing.
Suri iv ors include his wtife.
Kimberl) Highto\xer of
Bronson; daughters Christina
lHighto\\eri and Tilfa n. High-
tower. both of Bronson: his
father. Ernest Hightoxer of
Pensacola: his mother. Ilene
Alexander of Archer; and a
sister. AngelaHiglihtoxer of
Miami.. ,.
Arrangements b\ Knauff
Funeral Home inX Williston.

Jack J.' Lewis
i Jack J. Lewis. 76, of
Chiefland, died Tuesdavy
Sept. 6, 21l 0 5.
He \\as born Oct 19, 1928
to Frank and Eron Lewis in
Lansing, Mich. and grew
up in. Detroit. He moved to
Florida, in 1979, living in
Brooksville until mo\ine to
Chietfland in 1985.
He enio\ ed his horses, bull-
riding and rodeos, traveling
and genealogy research. He
spent many hours in libraries
and courthouses going
through records putting
together a. very complete
family history. He had also
traveled by car to the majority
of the 50 states.
He was preceded in death
by his daughter, Judy Lewis 1
Tompkins; parents Frank and
Eron Lewis; and his brother
Bob Lewis.
Mr. Lewis is survived
by his daughter and son-
in-law, Linda and Mike
Hall. of Waleska, Ga.; son-
in-law Ron. Tompkins of
Tallahassee; granddaughters
Katie (Pete) Hoffman of
Canton, Ga., Becky Hall of
Alban\. N.Y., Laura Lewis-,
Tompkins of Tallahassee;


mother, Martha Faison of
Trenton; a daughter, Sharon
Skeeh of Live Oak; a son,
David E. Rodgers of Bedford,
Texas- a sister, Mary Jean
Faison of Trenton; brothers
Cecil Faison and 'John
Faison, both of Trenton; three
grandchildren: and three
great-grandchildren.
Arrangements by Watson
Funeral Home in Trenton.


Robert Richard
Snow
Robert Richard Snow of
Chiefland died Monday, Sept.
5, 2005. He was 84.
Mr. Snow was born in Bing-
hamton, N.Y., and moved to
Chiefland five years ago from
West Palm Beach.
He was a retired master
mechanic and served in the


great-granddaughter Emily
Hoffman of Canton, Ga.; a
brother, Bill Lewis of New
Port Richey; and several
extended family members
and many good friends.
Per Mr. Lewis's wishes, his
body was cremated and no
services were held.
Arrangements were under
the care of Hiers-Baxley
Funeral Services, Chiefland..


Bruce S. Kirk
Bruce S. Kirk of Trenton
died Aug. 29, 2005. He was
76.
Mr. Kirk was born in Bal-
timore and was a longtime
resident of Trenton.
He served in the U.S. Army
and was an avid
fisherman.
S He was pre-
ceded in death
by his wife,
^ Elizabeth Kirk.
Survivors
include a son,
Kevin Kirk
of South Carolina; and four
grandchildren.
Arrangements by Knauff
Funeral Home in Chiefland.

Jeannine Chloris
I McQuinn
SJeannine Chloris McQu inn
of Archer died Tuesdax, Atu.
6, 2005, at her home. She was
70.
Mrs. McQuinn was raised
in Coconut Grove and moved
to the Archer area 10 years
ago.
She was a member of the
Hol. Family\ Catholic Church'
in \\Willston and was a volun-
teer at the Angel House .in
Archer.
She was close to' SARA
Certified seizure alert dog
Sheba.
Survivors include' daugh-
ters Elena Heinmuller of
Fort White, Pamela Honea of
Fountain Inn, S.C., and Mistyq
Lin Brent. Garrison; sex en
grandchildren and one great-
grandchild.
Arrangements by Gate-
way-Forest Lawn Funeral
Home in Lake City.

Ediard Victor Rada
Edward Victor Rada of Bell
died. Thursday, Aug. S. 2005.
He was 62.
Mr. Bell was born in Chi-
cago and moved to Bell 10
years ago. from St. Peters-
burg.
He was an automobile
mechanic and
served, in ,the
U.S. Air Force.
He was a.
member of AA
for 21 years.
SurN ixors ii-
clude his wife,'
Donna iTo%%slev
Rada of Bell; his mother, Ma-
rie Kryl Rada of Largo; sons
Blaine Rada' of Brookfield,
Tl., and Brian Rada of Flori-
Sda; and two grandchildren.
Arrangements by Watson
Funeral Home in Trenton.

Bessie Lucille
Rodgers
Bessik Lucille Rodgers. of
Trenton died Sunday,. Sept.
i,. 2005, at the Hospice
House in Chiefland. She \x as
71. *
Mrs. Rodgers x as lifelong
resident of Trenton. She \\as
a homemaker and a member
of the Trenton Churich of
*Christ.-
She was preceded in
death by her husband, Roy
Rodgers.
Sur ixors include her


Christian Scien-
tist and Baptist,
and a member
of the Veter-
ans of For-
eign Wars and
Moose Lodge.
He was pre-
ceded in death
by his wife,
Glisson Snow,


and his former wife, Jean Va-
larae McKee Snow.
Survivors include daugh-
ters Barbara Peterson of
Ames, Iowa, Terri Alexan-
der of Thibodaux, La., Kathy
Snow and Karen Austin, both
.of Chiefland: a son, Thomas
Snow of Phoenix, Ariz.; sis-
ters Patricia Ann Woodruff of
Fort W\alton Beach and Bea-
trice Snow Hodson of Flori-
Sda; brothers George A. Snow
of Binghamton, JefferN H.
Snow of Valdosta, Ga., Alan
L. Snow of Minnesota and
Rodney Snow of Lakeland;-
14 grandchildren and many
great-grandchildren.
_n aniements by Hiers-
Baxley Funeral Services in
Chiefland. ;


William G. Spaeth Jr.
The Rev. William G. Spa-
eth Jr. of Bell died Wednes-
da\. Sept. 7, 2005, at Hospice
of the Tri-Counties in Chief-
land. He was 84.
The Rev. Spaeth was born
in Newark, N.J., and moved
to Bell in 1997.
His title in the church was
Metropolitan Yuri of the Arch
,Dioiese of Gaines ille' and
the South Pro-Cathedral of
St.Anna.
He,was preceded in death


by his daughter, Jennifer
Spaeth, and a son, William G.
Spaeth III.
Survivors include a daugh-
ter, Ivaloo Wilson of Chicago;
sons Robert James Spaeth of
New Jersey and Richard Spa-
eth of Fort Lauderdale; sisters
Shirley Rosen of Fort Walton
Beach and Anne Taylor of
Hialeah; a brother, Roland
J. Spaeth of Winter Haven;
eight grandchildren and 15
great- grandchildren.
.Arrangements by Watson
Funeral Home in Trenton.

Holly F. Strickland Jr.
Holly F. "Buddy" Strick-
land Jr. of Fanning Springs
died Friday, Sept. 2, 2005, at
his home of natural causes.
He was 48.
Mr. Strickland was born in
Plant City and moved to Fan-
ning Springs about 20 years
ago.
He was a truck driver.
Survivors include his wife,
Frances Joy Strickland of
Fanning Springs; :his mother,
Nettie Strickland of Perry;
sons William F. Strickland of
Perry, Michael Shawn 'Sulli-
van and William John Sulli-
van, both of Fanning Springs,
and Gary W. Sullivan of
Chiefland; daughters Brandy
N. Strickland of Perry and
Robin D. Sullivan of Fanning
Springs; sisters Betty Sim-
mons and Dolly Miller, both
of Perry, Rhonda Stein and
Jill Hartman, both of Naco-
mas; and nine grandchildren.
Arrangements by Rick
Gooding Funeral Home in
Cross City.

Candace Dawn
Veach
Candace .Dawn Veach of:
Old Town died Sunday, Sept.
4, 2005, at Shands at the Uni-
versity of Florida after a traf-,
fic accident. She was 18.
. Miss Veach -was born in
St. Petersburg 'arind'ih6 ed ~to
Old Town in, 1994. She was.
a senior at Dixie County
High School where she was


a member of Teen Court,
Future Business Leaders of
America, the Dixie County
High School Band, where she
played clarinet, and the Color
Guard Squad.

Survivors include her
mother and stepfather, Eliza-
beth and Clinton McCray of
Old Town; her father, Timo-
thy Veach of St. Petersburg;
sisters Crystal Baxley and
Danielle Veach, both of Old
Town; and maternal grand-
parents, Harold and Janet
Blydenburgh of Old Town
and Luthur Price of Old
Town.
Arrangements by Rick
Gooding Funeral Home in
Cross. City.


Charles Lindburgh
Warwick Sr.
Charles L indburgh War-
wick Sr. of Bronson died
Sunday, Sept. 4, 2005, at his
home. He was 73.
Mr. Warwick was born in
West Virginia and moved to
Bronson two years ago from
Newberry.
He was a lineman for Gen-
eral Motors.,
He enjoyed hunting and
fishing and was a member of
Christian Life World.
He was preceded in death
by sons Charles L. Warwick
.Jr. and William F. \Warwick.
Survivors include his wife
of 54 years,, Ruby M. War-
wick of Bronson; daughters
Sherriel Bryant of Collin-
wood, Tenn., Mary Bryant
of Waynesboro, Tenn., Re-
becca Thompson of Alachia,
Edna May Bryant of Tretiton,
Brenda Lanham of O0\ asso.,
Okla., Margaret. Briant of
Collinmvood and Patricia Mar-
cum of Ne\xberri: sons Jack;
Warwick and Daniel War-
wick, both of Lawrenceburg,
Tenn.; many grandchildren
and great-grandchildren.

Arrangements by Wil-
liams-Thomas Funeral Home
inGainesville.


National Lutheran leader dies


Renowned religious broad-
casting pioneer and Protestant
church leader, the Rev. Dr.
Oswald C.J.:Hoffiarmann. died
Sept., 8, 2005 in St. TLouis.
Missouri, after a brief illness.
He was 91.
For more than 33 years
(1955-1988), Dr. Hoffinann
was a Sunida\ radio institu-
tion.touching millions wx\orld-
wide \xith his inspirational
broadcasts of The Lutheran
Hour until his retirement in
1988. ... .. -, .
' Because of his travels on
behalf of The Lutheran Hour
and the United Bible Society,
Dr. ,Hoffinann traveled ex-
tenslx el\ all over the world,
meeting with and. sharing
Christ x with miulitudes of
people. .
During that time his voice
A as heard xxeekl) b) millions
of people in more than 120
countries.
,Today, The Lutherian Hour
is the world's longest-run-
ning Christian outreach radio
program, airing since 1930.
It is produced and distributed
by St. Louis-based Lutheran
Hour Ministries (LHM) and
airs on more than 800 North
American radio stations to


Card of

Thanks


Cobb
I want to thank each and
everyone of my friends who
visited me in the hospital as
well as. the calls and prayers.
Thanks a million and God
bless each and everyone of
you.
Leona Cobb


an audience of more than 1.2
million people each week,
and to a potential' audience
of 800,000 military person-
nel via the American Forces
Netw-ork. .
"Dr. Hoffinamn \as the
embodiment of the mission of'
The Lutheran Hour. "Bring-
ing Christ to the Nations,"
said LCNIS President Rex.
,Dr. Gerald Kieschnick. "He
proclaimed the message of
Christ to millions around the
world a message of salva-
tion through Christ alone that
was as unmistakable as the
boldness of his voice.
He served as an ambas-
sador for Christ to humble
listeners around radios, to
crowds in churches and audi-
' toriums, and to civic and reli-
gious leaders worldwide." .
Ordained a Lutheran min-
ister in. 1939; Dr. Hoffmann
served the church as a reli-
gious, leader and ambassador.
He served his Lord and
Saxior for nearly 70 years in
a career that included varied
roles as an author, pastor.
'broadcaster, classical and
.linguistics scholar,, teacher,
translator, public relations
director, film production ad-


visor, and member of various
organizational boards.
He is survived by his chil-
dren, the Rev. Peter (Elaine)
Hoffmann of Chicago, Il-
linois, the. Rev. Paul (Jane)
Hoffianan of San Jose, Calif.,
Katharine Ann (Brian) Bates
of Pearland. Texas, and' John
Hoffimann of Kirk\xood., Mo,
and also by 10 grandchildren
and nine great-grandchildren.
His wife of 60 \ears, Mar-
cia Hoffmann inee Linnell),
preceded him in death in No-
vember 2000.

SA memorial service for Dr.
Hoffmann xx ill be held Friday,
Sept. 16 at 11 a.m. at Concor-
dia Lutheran Church, 505 S.
Kirkw'ood Rd., in Kirkwood,
Mo.. In lieu of flowers, do-
nations may be made to Lu-
theran Hour Ministries or
Concordia Lutheran Church,
Kirkwood, Missouri, in Dr.
Hoffmann's honor.

To donate to Lutheran
Hour Ministries, indicate that
your gift is a "Dr. Hoffinann
Memorial Gift" and mail it
to Lutheran Hour Ministries,
660 Mason Ridge Center Dr.,
St. Louis, Mo. 63141-8557.


Purple Heart veterans


urged to attend meeting

The first fall meeting of the Militarv Order of the Puiple
"Heart will be held at the Suw ahinee River Moose Lodge, Fan-
ning Springs, on Wednesday, Sept. 21, at 11 a.m.
,Following the meeting \\ ill be a Dutch lunch.
The get acquainted get-together will serve to bring all area
combat wounded veterans awarded the Purple Heart a chance
to discuss issues affecting all veterans.
Come on down. Bring along your discharge-DD214, etc.
and sign up.
Any questions, call Bruce Nowlin, 493-2865.


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Around Levy County


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2005


Law, schools, parents unite


to protect Levy children


BY KEN DOUGHERTY
STAFF WRITER
Children in Levy County
schools will be getting
lessons about how to protect
themselves from predators
through a special program
sponsored by the sheriff and
the superintendent of schools,
but the supervisor said that
parents will play a key role in
the course.
"They will. learn in the
schools, but the program
really depends on the parents.
That is why we are giving
them the guide. They have to
reinforce what their children
learn in school," said Lt.
Sean Mullins of the sheriff's
office.


Mullins said that a very
specific guide will 'be sent
home toall the parents of
students in elementary and
middle school grades.
The very nature of the
problem makes teaching
youngsters difficult and
requires constant reminders,
Mullins said.
"Many children are
molested by people they
already know," he noted.
Add the fact that sexual
predators have become
skillful about how to entice
youngstersintocompromising
circumstances in so many
different ways and the task
becomes formidable.


Journal photo by Ken Dougherty
LT. SEAN MULLINS, at left, is the administrator for the
Child Lure program for Sheriff Johnny Smith at right. The
program teaches youngsters how to identify dangerous
situations and predators.


"Parents must get involved
with role playing and other
ways to help children
understand when they
are being lured into a bad
situation,"'he said.
In the schools, youngsters
will see video tapes depicting
circumstances that could
become dangerous for them.
The "Child Lures"
program is explained in the
Parent Guide, a publication
that explains to parents how
predators lure then control
their victims.
The guide explains the
.Affection Lure, Pet Lure,
Assistance Lure, Authority
Lure, Bribery Lure and a host
of other misleading activities
practiced by predators
including on-line activities.
Sheriff Johnny Smith said
that he has watched incidents,
in neighboring counties and
came to the conclusion that
the need for a program to
teach children how to identify
predators has become urgent.
"I believe as leaders in
this community we have to
take care of our children.
I looked around and came
across this program. I really
liked it,. so I talked with the
school superintendent and we
teamed up to bring it into the
schools," he said.
Lt. Mullins 'said' that the
school resource officers along
with a designee at each of
the schools are initiating the
program now and he hopes
that one .day the course %\ill
be firmly established.in the
curriculum.
"I'd like to see it part of
health education class," he
said.


Generous


STANLEY BAIR, !.
owner of the Island A
Hotel in Cedar Key, -
told visitors at the,
:annual chamber of
Commerce auction
that she would
match up to $5,000
for Hurricane Katrina
relief. The audience _
donated more than
$1,000 to the cause. .


Journal photo by Ken Dougherty

Bows or bread


BY JOHN ESTEVES
GUEST COLiUMtNIST

In the houses of the
s\% ampland people,
the little mouse did
go. For he is the messenger
for the animals and birds.'
He races
from
place to
place
gathering
the tribal
news.
-Most
important
is the news
of a new baby born. to the
tribe. And whether it is a
.boy or a girl. He hurriedly
takes this news to the animal
counsel. If a boy, the birds
will all cry in despair. Onay,
onay, onay, 'We feel the
point of his arrow. The
pain from the thrown stone
and our feathers burnt as he
roasts us on a stick. If a girl,
they all rejoice. We hear the
pounding of the corn. And
see the small bits that escape


A Levy Coun


her mortar arid our pickings.
in her s\\ eepings. They sing
happily....oyay, oyay, .oyay.
So, the question is asked of
the mouse. Is it a bowmaker.


ity Indian tale


or is it a breadmaker?

John Esteves has a deep
interest in Indian folklore.
He resides in Inglis.


Keep on Flushing

A&M
Plumbing Enterprises Inc.

Remodel, Re-Pipe, New Construction,
Moble Home Hook-Ups anid Water Heaters.
Serving the ,Tri-County area.

Bronson (352)486-3509.


a 150 East Hathaway
Bronson, FL. 32621
352-486-3000
Antiques,
Collectibles
And
_____ "__ Junque


mm


4-H Roundup set for Sept. 17

Time to learn about that which interests you
Have you heard about 4-H, but weren't will be served at approximately noon.
sure how to get involved? Your chance to Have you ever wanted to learn more
explore Levy County 4-H is here! about a certain subject such as computers,
Saturday, Sept.17, Levy County 4-H will theatre, animals, and marine science, or
host its annual 4-H Roundup at the Bronson helping out in your community? Would
Agricultural Center. All youth ages 8-18 you like to become a better leader or public
are invited to learn how to become 4-H'ers, speaker? Or perhaps, you're just interested
while 5-7 year olds can learn about our non- in meeting new friends and having fun! At
competitive Cloverbud program. Roundup, you'll learn how to do all this and
Current 4-H'ers, adult volunteers, parents muci h more in 4-H. For more information
and friends are also invited to a Saturday contact the Levy County Extension Service
full of fun, games, and learning about 4-H! at 486-4131 or levy@mail.ifas.ufl.edu.
Beginning at 10 a.m. there will be a brief All 4-H programs and activities in Levy
orientationto 4-H programs in Levy County, County are open to all without regard to
followed by time for potential 4-H'ers to race, color,, creed, national origin, sex, or
meet with club leaders and view 4-H exhibits handicap.
and booths. A free barbecue chicken lunch


Quilters honor Goldie McHenry


BY WINNELLE HORNE
CORRESPONDENT
Log Cabin, Quilters met
Thursday, Sept. 8 at the Levy
County Quilt Museum. As
each day passes we wonder
what each day- will bring,
but we know that all need
fellow \ ship and the need to be
busy. As each member comes
'in each week we never know
what they have done.
We honored Goldie
:McHenry on her 91 s birthday.
We are so glad of the year she
has been with us, to inspire
us x% ith her accomplishments.
She loves to applique, piece
and quilt. It keeps her busy.
She tends to her family, four
daughters and lots of grand,
great-grand and great-great
grandchildren. She travels
as much as she can and I
have never seen, Goldie that
she wasn't always smiling
and happy. God bless you,
Goldie.
Our prayers are with
Marie Poppenhager and
look forward to ha\ ing her
back with us. Operations can
sometime lay us low, but time
takes care of so much.
Jarrod and .nine boys were'
out Tuesday and what a great
day we all had. So much was
done, the weather was rather


GOLDIE MCHENRY has finished her block of the
month. We are all proud of Goldie, she is such a
great lady and wonderful friend.


cool and everyone had"plenrt
to do. We couldn't be \\here
we are \ without the almost 800
boys who have worked out
here since April 24, 1996.
Lunch was again great with
meatloaf, Mlashed potatoes,.
,potato salad, biscuits, dump
cake by Hildreth, chocolate


pie by B.J., (she is on a
chocolate kick) and so much
more.
There were 15 members
present.

Winnelle Horne is
director of the Levy Couinnt
Quilt Museum.


Dove permits are still available


The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (F WC) still has
Dove Club Permits remaining
for some of their special-
opportimity dove fiel!ps
throughout the state.
Permits are available for
Caravelle Ranch (Putnam
County), Hilochee (Polk
County), Lake George
Dexter/Mary Farms- Unit
(Volusia County) Parker:


Road (Alachua County) and a first-come, first-served
Schneider farms (Escambia basis and allow one adult and-'


County).
Dove Club Permits can
be purchased at any, count)
tax collector's office,'
authorized license agent,
online at MyFWC.com/dove
or by calling 1-888-HUNT-
FLORIDA (486-8356), toll-
free from anywhere in the
United States or Canada.
Permits are available on


one youth (under, age 16) to:
participate in all scheduled
hunts for a designated dove
field (up to 8 days). These
half-day hunts cost $150 and
enable the permit holder and
youth to both take a daily
bag limit of birds. For more
informAtion on these great
dove hunting opportunities,
visit MyFWC.com/dove.


Tides for Cedar Key starting with Sept. 15


Day .High Tide Height Sunrise


/LOW i ine reetr unset visiDle
Th, 15 High 1:16AM 3.3 7:17AM Set 4:17.AM 86
15 Low 6:18AM 1.8 7:37 PM Rise 6:21 PM
15 High 12:06 PM 4.3
15 Low 7:21 PM 0.2 .
F ,16 High 1:47 AM 3.5 7:18 AM Set 5:28 AM 93
16 Low 7:11 AM 1.3 7:36 PM Rise 6:59 PM
16 High 1:06 PM 4.5
16 Low 8:02 PM -0.2
Sa 17 High 2:14 AM 3.7 7:18 AM Set 6:38 AM 98
17 Low 7:59 AM 0.8 7:35 PM Rise 7:34 PM
17 High 1:59 PM 4.6
17 Low 8:40 PM 0.0
Su 18 -High 2:41 AM 3.8 7:19AM Set 7:46AM 99
18 Low 8:43 AM 0.4 7:33 PM Rise 8:07 PM
18 High 2:48 PM A.5
18 Low ,9:14PM 0.3
M 19 High 3:07 AM 4.0 7:19AM Set 8:52AM 98
19 Low 9:26AM 0.1 7:32 PM Rise 8:40 PM,
19 High 3:35 PM 4.3
19 Ilo w 9-46PM 07
Tu 20 High 3:33AM '4.1 7:20AM Set 9:57.AM 95
20 Low 10:08AM -0.1 7:31 PM Rise 9:14 PM
20 High 4:21 PM 4.0
20 Low' 10:17 PM 1.1
W 21 High 3:59AM 4.1 7:20AM Set 11:03 AM 89


Low
High
I nw


10:50 AM
5:08 PM
10-46 PM


-0.1A
3.6
1 A


7:30 PM Rise 9:52 PM


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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL
la..C. INerv YPAPER 11 c* ES. 1925


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2005, LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


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


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


Call: Chieflanc
Fax: Chieflanc
Email: rnblitch'levyjoumral.com
Visit: 13 South Main Street, 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
1 r_- I -1 C i I /-'- n 1 2 f r--I 4-- 1' rT-1r


1 352-490-4462-
J 352-490-4490


Bronson 352-48-2312o-.-
Bronson 352-486-5042

440 South Court Street, Bronsornij'


MiscellaneouS Helani
210 Full time.


1105
10 Personals -*

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 Founj

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

Services

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. 9/30 tfnb'

IF YOU NEED pressuree 'wash-,
ing, painting and- minor' nminte-
nance services, call Ron 246-
8417. 8-25, 9/1, 8,15b
MOWING, TRIMMING, sod,
,shrub, grooming, mulching, fer-
tilizing, pressure washing, sea-
sonal clean up, complete land-
scaping! Licensed and insured.
Call Terry, (352)-486-1365; Cell-
(352) 281-3203. 9/22p
SAW MILL SERVICES custom
cutting your wood or ours. 352-
493-2612. tfnb.

Employment 01


02 0
Help Wante
210 Full time1.
PROFESSIONAL DRIVERS.
51)000 new hire bonus for ex-
;,eer;.:ed drivers! Call about
dry DuPl' and flatbed positions at
SO'.'/ea -ry -'enminal 866-300-
8759 9/8,9/15b

THE CITY OF CHIEFLAND,
population 2,107, is accepting
r6sumn6s,for the position of Po-
lice Chief. The Police Chief is re-
sponsible for 8 sworn and 3 non-
sworn employees. Candidates
must possess a bachelor's de-
gree in police, science, criminal
justice, public administration or a
related field. At least 5-10 years


experience in law enforcement,
including a minimum of two years
experience as a chief or assis-
tant chief or equivalent police
management in a unionized law
enforcement environment is de-
sired. The successful candidate
will possess great 'communica-
tion and interpersonal skills, and
will be a dedicated professional
who has demonstrated proven
business acumen, exemplary
leadership skills with extensive.
knowledge of police administra-
tion and law enforcement princi-
ples, laws and ordinances, bud-
geting and fiscal controls. This
candidate will have the overall
ability to identify problems and
employ creative solutions that
will provide a high level of law
enforcement service to the com-
munity. Salary range $40,114 -
$60,676. Closing date is October
24, 2005. Mail r6sum6 to City of
Chiefland 214 East Park Avenue
Chiefland, FL 32626, 352-493-
6711. 9/1,15,29,10/13b

IMMEDIATE OPENING for a
full-charge bookkeeper. Will be
responsible for all accounting
functions .through preparation
of financial statements. Duties
include )payroll, taxes, leases
& &,":Wnf r "': &" rhinth-end
closing, etc. The position will
be responsible for multiple
sets 'of books and bank
accounts. Proficient with Excel,
QuickBooks, etc. Flexible team
player with a good sense of
humor that is highly organized
& detail oriented. Position is
with an established business.
Top pay for the right person. Pay
commensurate with .talent and
experience. Email, resume to
lindacnagatorworks,com. fax to
352-490-6189 or mail to PO Box.
1126, Chieflarld, FL 32644
LUBE TECH needed. Experi-
ence helpful but not necessary.
Will train right person. Only
serious inquiries needed. Call
Vernon at 352-493-4263 or
vernonl@bellsouth.net or fax
resume to 352-493-4277. tfnb
EXPERIENCED AUTO Techni-
cian needed for GM Dealership.
Prefer ASE/GM training but will.
consider applicant with right at-
titude,: verifiable references,
own tools- and valid D/L. Pay
scale from $15-$22 per hour"
based on experience. Group
health, insurance, AFLAC, paid
vacations/holidays'. Please con-
tact Vernon at 352-493-4263 or
vernonl@bellsouth.nret or fax
resume to 352-493-4277 9/22b


Recycle


3/2 1 ACRE A.D.A. upgrades
throughout. Too many extras to
list $89,900. Call 352-231-3776.
9/ 8,15, 22, 29 p

3/2 FOR SALE by owner. Deliv-
ered, set up, AC, skirting steps
$19,900. Ask for Jesse at 352-
231-3776. 9/8,15,22,29,p

STICKY HOUSES & MOBILES.
Local business enjoys solving
sticky real estate situations with
real people. If late .payments,
divorce, death in family, fore-
closure, vacancy, fire or sudden
change is knocking on your door,
call to find solutions. Specializing
in Levy County properties. Toll
free 1-877-695-6800. 10/13/05b

PUBLISHER NOTICE
All real estate advertising in
this newspaper is subject to the
Fair Housing Act which makes
it illegal to advertise any prefer-
ence, limitation or discrimination
based on race, color, religion.
',.sex'Ihahdicap; familial status or
ral.5nal, origin or an intentions to
make any such preference, limi-
tation or discrimination, Familial
status includes children under the
age of 18 living with parents or le-
gal custodians, pregnant women
and people securing custody of
children under .18.
This newspaper will not know-
ingly accept any advertising for
real estate that is in violation of
the law. Our readers are hereby
informed that all dwelling ad-
vertised in this newspaper are
available on an equal opportunity
basis. To complain of discrimina-
tion call HUD toll free at 1-800-
669-9777., The toll free number
for the hearing impaired is 1-800-
927-9275.


Auctions:7

SOUTHERN AUCTION MAR-
KETING, 15991 Hwy. 27 A, Wil-
liston. Monday night, September
19 at 7:00 p.m. ,Col. Joel Kulcsar
AU1437, AB2240, 10% buyer's
premium. Tools,furniture, glass-
ware, jewelry and more. Contact
352-528-2950. 9/15b'

Yard sale coming
up? Tell.people
where to get their
bargains in the
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For Sale |


50j
4EW MOWER & CHAIN
PARTS: Stihl, 'Husqvarna, Ayp,
Murray, Sears, MTD, Briggs,
Kohler, Robin, and Honda.
Blades for most mowers. Beau-
champ Saw Shop, 1/5/06p

NEW PC still under warranty.
Paid $2,200, with desk and chair.
Moving.' Will sell for $1,000. Call
352-231-3776 9/8, 15, 22, 29.p


605 Boats & M.A

1988 17' BASS BOAT, 115 Evin-
rude fully loaded $2,500 Call
Jesse at 352-231-3776.
9/8,.15, 22, 29p

Advertising pays ...
Honest!


Transportation I

80.4

,AutomoblesU

93 Ford Mustang LX 4 cyl., Auto.
ColdAC. Sunroof. Excellent con-
dition. $2,700 QBO. Call 352-
447-1255. 9/15p


Last two weeks
of our classified
special.
Don't miss out.
Call
Robin 490-4462 or
Miriam 486-2312
today!


Shear 6EXpressions
'The Y-fair Lxperts' '
Cuts-Cofor-jfigfiigts-'Perms
4"" 486-68991

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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


CLASSIFIED & LEGALS


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2005


Page 13


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number: 05-CP-0173
IN RE: ESTATE OF
RUBEN A. COKER,
a/k/a R.A. COKER
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
Estate of RUBEN A. COKER,
deceased, whose date of death
was June 30, 2005, File Number
2005-CP-0173, is pending in the
Circuit Court for Levy County,
Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is Post Office
Box 610, Bronson, FL 32621.
The names and addresses of
the Personal Representative and
the Personal Representative's
attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims
or demands against decedent's
estate, on whom a copy of this
Notice is required to be served
must file their claims with this
Court WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
All othercreditors ofthe decedent
and other persons having claims
or demands against decedent's
estate, must file their claims with
this Court WITHIN 3, MONTHS
AFTER. THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.,
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS -OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.-
The date of first publication of
this Notice is SEPTEMBER 8,
2005.
Personal Representative:
PATRICIA C. JENKINS
Post Office Box 1322
Gainesville, FL 32602-1322
Attorney for Personal
Representative: .
NANCY E.YENSER
NANCY E. YENSER, P.L.
Post Office Box 1440 "
Gainesville, FL 32602-1440
(352) 378-8544
Florida Bar No. 222348
Pub: September 8, 15, 2005

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND
FOR LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
CIRCUIT CIVIL NO. 2005-CA-
000809
LARRY FORD and: MARGO
FORD, his wife
Plaintiff,
v.
ALLAN M. SKARIE and HELEN
I. SKARIE, his wife,
and all unknown parties claiming
by, through, under
and .against the above named
defendants who are not
known to be dead '.or alive,,
whether said unknown parties
may claim an interest as spouses.
heirs, devisees. grantees
or other claimants.

Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION
To: Allan M. Skarie
2305 Donna Maria Ct.
Santa Rosa, CA 95401

Helen I. Skarie
2305 Donna Maria Ct.
SSanta Rosa, CA95401
and all other unknown parties
claiming by, through, under
and against the above named
defendants who are not known
to be dead or alive, whether
said unknown parties may claim
an interest as spouses, heirs,
devisees, grantees or other
claimants whomsoever having
or claiming to have any right, title
or interest in and to the following
described real property interests
in Levy County, Florida, to wit:
LOT 15, BLOCK 40, RAINBOW
LAKES ESTATES, SECTION
"N", ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED


IN PLAT BOOK "3", PAGE 27,
PUBLIC RECORDS OF LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to quiet title to the above
real property in Levy County,
Florida, has been filed against
you and you are required to serve
- copy of your Written defenses to
it, if any, on the Plaintiff's attorney,


whose name and address is:
H. Michael Evans, Esquire at
20702 W. Pennsylvania Avenue,
Dunnellon, FL 34431, and file
the original with the clerk of this
court on or before Oct. 14, 2005
otherwise, a judgment may be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in theComplaint.
Witness my hand and seal
of this Court on this 1st day of
September, 2005.
Danny J. Shipp
As Clerk of Court, Levy County
P.O. Drawer 610
Bronson, FL 32621
By: Gwen McElroy
As Deputy Clerk
Pub: September 8, 15, 22, 29,
2005

NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF
ORDINANCE 2005-05
BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS OF LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA. NOTICE
IS HEREBY GIVEN the
proposed Ordinance relating
to the Levy County Code
provisions governing prohibited
areas for certain special
exceptions, the title for which
hereinafter appears, will be
considered for enactment by the
Levy County Board of County
Commissioners, at a public
hearing on Tuesday, October 4,
2005 at 6:30 p.m., in the Board of
County Commissioners Meeting
Room, Levy County Courthouse,
Bronson, Florida. Copies of said_
Ordinance may be 'inspected by
any member of the public at the
Office of the Board of County
Commissioners located at 355 S.
Court Street, Bronson, Florida,
during regular business hours
or contact by phone at (352)
486-5217. On the date, time and
place first above-mentioned, all
interested persons may appear
and be heard with respect to the
proposed Ordinance.
ORDINANCE NO. 05-05
AN ORDINANCE OF
LEVY COUNTY, 'FLORIDA,
PROVIDING THAT THE LEVY
COUNTY CODE BE AMENDED
BYAMENDING SECTIONV50-883
OF, SUCH CODE; PROVIDING
FOR PROHIBITED AREAS FOR
SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS FOR
SUPPORT AND OPERATION
FACILITIES RELATED TO'
THE EXTRACTION OF
WATER FOR BULK OR
RETAIL SALES; PROVIDING
FOR SEVERABILITY; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
All persons are advised that,
if they decide to .appeal any
decisions made at this public,
hearing, they will need a record
of the proceedings and, for
such purpose, they may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of
the proceedings is made, which
record includes the testimony
and evidence upon which the
appeal is to be based.
Any person requiring reasonable
accommodations to participate in
this meeting should contact the
County Commissioners' Office at.
(352) 486-5218.
Pub: September 8,15, 2005



IN, THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NO. 2005CA-000745
MARK P. SULLIVAN and NANCY
J. SULLIVAN .
husband and wife.
Plaintiffs,
vs.
GLADYS HERNANDEZ,
SANCHEZ a/k/a
GLADYS -HERNANDEZ de
SANCHEZ, if married, if alive,
and if dead, her respective
unknown spouses, heirs,
devisees, grantees, creditors,
or other parties claiming by,
through, under or against her
individually,
NOTICE FACTION
TO: GLADYS HERNANDEZ
SANCHEZ a/k/a
GLADYS HERNANDEZ de
SSANCHEZ
407 ARABIA 407
PUERTO NUEVO, P.R.
00920

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to Quiet Title as to the
following described lands:
TRACT #107, LEGALLY
DESCRIBED AS: THE WEST
OF THE SOUTHEAST
OF THE SOUTHWEST OF
STHE NORTHEAST 4 OF THE


NORTHWEST % OF SECTION
15, TOWNSHIP- 12 SOUTH,
RANGE 17 EAST, LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA:
Tax Parcel: 03408-108-00
filed against you and you are
t required to serve a copy of
Sour written defenses, if any
Soh RONALD W. STEVENS,
Petitioner's attorney, Whose
address is Post Office Box 1444,


Bronson, FL 32621, on or before
September 30, 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.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on August 16,
2005.
DANNY J. SHIPP
Clerk of Court

BY: Gwen McElroy
Persons with disabilities
requesting 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: August 25,
September 1,8,15, 2005

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No. 38-2005CA 000777
DARLENE MORGENTHAL and
MICHAEL McELWEE,
Plaintiffs,
vs.
EVELYN COSTINE,
including any unknown heirs,
devisees, creditors, lienors,
assignees, trustees,grantees,
unknown spouses, and all
other unknown persons claiming
an interest by, through, under, or
against
EVELYN COSTINE,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: EVELYN COSTINE
Rt. 1, Box 1099N2
Box Springs, GA 31801

ALL PERSONS claiming any.
right, title or interest by, through,
under or against the Defendants
named herein, and all persons
having or claiming to have
any right, title or interest in the
property herein described.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to quiet title on the
following described real property
in Levy County, Florida, and
more particularly described as
follows, to-wit:
Lot 7, Block 1, B & RM
SUBDIVISION, UNIT
NO.,5, UNRECORDED,
accordingtounrecorded
Plat thereof, as
recorded in Plat Book
1, Page(s) 26, of the
Public Records of Levy
County, Florida, Section
32; Township 12 South,
Range 18 East.
has been filed against you, and
you are required to serve a copy,
of your written defenses, if any,
to it on the Plaintiff's attorney,
LEONARD A. BARROW, JR:,
ESQUIRE, 2418 Colonial Drive,
Melbourne, FL 32901,. on or
before September 30, 2005, and
file the original with the Clerk
of this Court, P.O. Box 610,
Bronson, FL 32621, either before
service on the Plaintiff's attorney
or immediately thereafter;.
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and seal
of this Court on the 22 day of.
August, 2005.
DANNY J. SHIPP
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
'COURT'

By Gwen McElroy
DEPUTY CLERK
Pub: August 25,
September 1, 8, 15, 2005


NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
REGISTER A FICTITIOUS
NAME

Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, under the provision
of Section 90-267, Florida
Statutes of 1990, will register
with the Secretary of State,
Division of Corporation, P.O.
Box 1300, Tallahassee, Florida,
32302-1300, upon publication of
the notice the fictitious name to
wit:
CHIEFLAND STORAGE
Under which we are engaged
in business in Levy County,
Florida that the parties interested
in said business are:


Hudson Properties, Inc.
P. O. Box 2298
Chiefland, FL 32644
Pub. September 15, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
CASE NO. 38-2005CA-000483
RONALD KEITH WRIGHT,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ROBERT O. JACKSON, his
unknown heirs,
devisees, grantees, creditors,
and all other Parties ,
claiming by, through, under or
against him, JOHN
DOE, JANE DOE AND ANY
,KNOWN OR
UNKNOWN TENANTS,
Defendants

NOTICE OF SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that, pursuant to a final Judgment
of Foreclosure dated September
8, 2005, Case No. 38-2005CA-
000483 of the Circuit Court of
Levy County, Florida, in which
RONALD KEITH WRIGHT, is
the Plaintiff, and ROBERT O.
JACKSON, is the Defendant, I
will sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash in the lobby at the
Front Door of the Levy County
Courthouse, in Bronson, Florida,
at 11:00 A.M. on the 10t"h day
of October 2005, the following
described property set forth in
the Order of Final Judgment.

Tract 506, UNIVERSITY,
ESTATES, more particularly
described as follows: The S
of the SW 14 of the SW 1/4 of the
SE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of Section 12,
Township 12 South, Range 17
East, Levy County, Florida.
TAX PARCEL ID#03400-257-
00
.AND
Tract 505, UNIVERSITY
ESTATES, more particularly
described as follows: The N Vz
of the SW / of the SW / of the
SE 4 of the SE 1A of Section 12,
Township 12 South, Range 17
East, Levy County, Florida.
TAX PARCEL ID #03400-257-
OA
DATED, this 8th day of
September, 2005.
DANNY J. SHIPP
9LERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
S by: GwenwMcElroy'
ji noi ,ini cm .Deputy5 ,erkp
(Court Seal)
Pub: September 15, 22, 2005

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case'No. 38-2005-CA 000839
MISHKA LEVY,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ELDON L. McLEES,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: ELDON L. McLEES
1305 W. Wisconsin Avenue
Oconomowoc, Wisconsin
53066

AS WELL AS any and all
other parties, claiming .by,
through, under, or against
ELDON L. McLEES, or his 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:
Lot 46, Block 36,' RAINBOW
LAKES ESTATES, Levy County,
'Florida. .
Sec. 13, T15S, R17E. *
(Parcel Account .No. 06895-
046-00)
has been filed against you and
you are required to servnie a
copy of your written defenses
to it, if any, on CHARLOTTE J.
WEIDNER, Plaintiffs attorney
whose address is Post Office
Box 1354, Bronson, Florida
32621, on or before October 21,
2005, and file the original with the
Clerk of this Court either before
service on Plaintiff's attorney or
immediatelythereafter; otherwise
a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
the Complaint or petition.
Dated this 8th day of September
2005.
DANNY J.SHIPP
Clerk of Court


By: Gwen McElroy
Deputy Clerk
Pub: September 15, 22, 29,
October 6, 2005


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No. 38-2005-CA-000840
LORNA BENT,
'Plaintiff,
vs.
RISH BACHU,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: RISH BACHU
16722 Gothic Drive
Jamaica Hills, NY 11432

AS WELL AS any and all other
parties claiming by, through, un-
der, or against RISH BACHU, or
her heirs, administrators and as-.
signs, as well as all parties hav-
ing 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 fol-
lowing property in Levy County,
Florida, to-wit:
Lot 64, Block 33, RAINBOW
LAKES ESTATES, per OR Book
493, Page 622, public records of
Levy County, Florida. Sec. 13,
T15S, R17E.
(Parcel Account No. 06887-005-
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 October 21,
,2005, and file, the original with
the Clerk of this Court either
before service on Plaintiff's at-
torney or immediately thereaf-
ter; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint or,
petition.
Dated this 8th day of September
2005.
DANNY J. SHIPP
Clerk of Court
By: Gwen McElroy
Pub: September 15, 22, 29,
October 6, 2005

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
,no FileeNo. 3a-20054?i-O,207-
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MICHAELAULDEN
WILLIAMSON,
a/k/a MICHAELA.
WILLIAMSON,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS'

The administration of the
estate of MICHAEL AULDEN
WILLIAMSON, a/k/a MICHAEL
A. WILLIAMSON, File Number
38-2005-CP-00207, is pending in
the Circuit Court, Eighth Judicial
Circuit, in and for Levy County,
Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is P.O. Drawer
610, Bronson, Florida 32621.
The names and addresses of
the personal representatives and
the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below.
ALL CREDITORS OF
DECEDENT 'AND OTHER
PERSONS HAVING. CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST
DECEDENT'S ESTATE ARE
NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claim's
or demands against decedent's
estate, including unmature,.
contingent or' unliquidated
claims, on whom a copy. of this
notice is served must file their
claim with this Court WITHIN
THE LATER OF THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
(30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors, of the
decedent and persons having
claims or demands against the
decedent's, estate, including
unmature, contingent or
unliquidated claims, must file
their claims with this Court
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
NOT SO FILED WILL. BE
FOREVER BARRED.
Two (2) years after
decedent's death, neither


the decedent's estate, the
personal representative, nor
the beneficiaries shall be liable
for any claim or cause of action
against the decedent, whether or
not letters of administration have
issued, unless a creditor has
filed a claim pursuant to Section
733.702, Florida Statutes, Within
tWo (2) years after decedenit's
death, and said claim has


not been paid or otherwise
disposed of pursuant to Section
733.705, Florida Statutes. (The
time limitation referenced in
paragraph shall not effect the lien
of any duly recorded mortgage or
security interest or the lien of any
person in possession of personal
property of the right to foreclose
and enforce the mortgage lien.)
The date of the first publication
of this Notice is September 15,
2005.
Personal Representative
Robin Williamson
2160 Fouhtaine Road
Lexington, Kentucky 40502
(Effective September 1, 2005
661 Longview Dr., Lexington,
KY 40503)
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Terry Tataru
Terry Tataru, P.A.
P.O. Box 630
Cedar Key, FL 32625
(352) 543-6090
Florida Bar No. 0079863
Pub: September 15, 22, 2005

BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS

There will be a regular meeting
of the Levy County Board of
County Commissioners on
Tuesday, September 20, 2005
at 10:00 a.m. in the. County
Commissioner's Meeting Room,
Bronson, Florida, to hear the
following item.
PETITION NO. Ha.Va. 4-05
Mr. Anthony Drew petitioning the
Board for a Hardship Variance to
allow a second dwelling in order
to care for his parents Jim and
Katrina Drew, on a parcel of land
located 435.60 feet of the South
500 feet of the North 1275 feet of
the NW %1 of the NE 14 in Section.
12, Township 12S, Range 18E,
in Levy County. Said parcel
contains 5 acres more or less
and is located within :an "A/RR"
Agriculture/Rural Residential
zone.
For a more complete and
accurate legal description,
please feel free to contact the
Levy County Development
Department at (352) 486-5203.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
*'ToddiHutblard Ed/bla(.Kips
Mini-Storage, pursuant to the
provisions of the Fl. Self Storage
Facility Act (Fla. Statl 83.801
et sec.) hereby gives Notice of
Sale under, said act. To wit: On
October 1, 2005 at Kips ,Mini-
Storage 13645 N.W. HWY #19,
Chiefland, Fl., Todd Hubbard
or his agent will, conduct a sale
at 10:00 a.m. by sealed bid to
highest bidder. Bids to be opened
by noon with viewing from 9 a.m.
for the content of the following,
person/persons:
Michell Moore
3104 Rosonville St.
Jacksonville, Fl. 32205
Nicole Harrelson
P.O. Box 1177
Bronson, Fl. 32621
Michael UTecht
P.O. Box 770343
Naples, FI. 34107
Consists of household,
personal items or miscellaneous
merchandise, stored at Kips
Storage,' 13645 N.W. Hwy# 19,
Chiefland, Fl. Sale is being made
to satisfy statutory lien.
Todd Hubbard
Kips Mini-Storage
13645 Hwy#19
Chiefland, Fl. 32626
1-352-490-9591
Pub: September 15, 22, 2005

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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


CLASSIFIED & LEGALS


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE
8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 38-2005-CA-000726
LASALLE BANK NATIONAL AS-
SOCIATION AS TRUSTEE, IN
TRUST FOR THE HOLDERS
OF MERRILL LYNCH MORT-
GAGE INVESTORS TRUST SE-
RIES 2002-AFC1,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MARY MILTON, et al,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION

TO:
JESSIE HESTER KNOWLES
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
4030 NE 212TH TERRACE
WILLISTON, FL 32696

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action for Foreclosure of Mort-
gage on the following described
property:
LOT 1, BLOCK D, PINEHURST
SUBDIVISION, ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 2,
PAGE 37A, PUBLIC RECORDS
OF LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
TOGETHER THAT CER-
TAIN 1976 CONC DOUBLE-
WIDE MOBILE HOME WITH
VIN #'s 336747D9197A &
33674D9197B.
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any
to it, on Marshall C. Watson, P.A.
Attorney for Plaintiff, whose ad-
dress is 1800 NW 49th STREET,
SUITE 120, FT. LAUDERDALE
FL 33309 on or before October
21, 2005 a date whith is within
thirty (30) days after the first
publication of this Notice in the
LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL 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.
If you're a person with Dis-.
abilities who need any accom-
modation to participate in this
proceeding, you are entitled at
no cost to you to the provision of
certain assistant. Please contact
the ADA Coordinator at Court
Street, Bronson, FL 32621 or
Telephone (352) 486-5276 prior
to such proceeding. If you are
hearing impaired call 1-800-955-
8771. WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court this 8th day
of September, 2005.,
Danny J. Shipp
As Clerk of the Court
By: Gwen McElroy
As Deputy Clerk
Pub: September 15, 22, 2005'


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR LEVY
COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 38-2005-CA-253
CITIFINANCIAL SERVICES,
INC. 344, LLC, SUCCESSOR
BY MERGER TO ASSOCIATES
FINANCIAL SERVICES OF
AMERICA, INC.,
Plaintiff,
v.
MARGARET PALMORE,
AS PERSONAL REPRESEN-
TATIVE OF THE ESTATE OF
MINNIE HARRIS, DECEASED;
UNKNOWN HEIRS,. DEVI-
SEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGN-
EES, CREDITORS, LIENORS,
TRUSTEES OF MINNIE HAR-
RIS, DECEASED; MARGARET
PALMORE, HEIR; WILLIAM
HARRIS. HEIR; WILLIAM HAR-
RIS, IF LIVING, INCLUDING
ANY UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF SAID DEFENDANTSS,
IF REMARRIED, AND IF DE-
CEASED, THE RESPECTIVE
UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVI-
SEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGN-
EES, CREDITORS, LIENORS,
AND TRUSTEES, AND ALL
OTHER PERSONS CLAIM-
ING BY, THROUGH, UNDER
OR AGAINST THE NAMED
DEFENDANTSS; UNKNOWN
TENANT #1; UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT #2; UNKNOWN TENANT
#3; UNKNOWN TENANT #4,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that,
pur-suant to a Final Summary
Judg-ment of Foreclosure en-
tered in the above-styled cause,
in the Circuit Court of Levy Coun-
ty, Florida, I will sell the property
situate in Levy County, Florida,
described as:
BEGINNING 210 FEET
EAST OF THE NORTHWEST
CORNER OF THE EAST HALF
OF THE NORTHWEST QUAR-
TER OF SECTION 4, TOWN-
SHIP 13 SOUTH, RANGE 19
EAST, LEVY COUNTY, FLORI-
DA, RUNNING EAST 210 FEET;
SOUTH 210 FEET; WEST 210
FEET; NORTH 210 FEET TO
THE POINT TO BEGINNING.
LESS AND EXCEPT PROP-
ERTY DESCRIBED IN WAR-
RANTY DEED RECORDED IN
DEED BOOK 62, PAGE 500;
AND ALSO LESS AND EXCEPT
PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN
WARRANTY DEED-TREcORDw'-
ED IN DEED BOOK 97, PAGE
51; AND ALSO LESS AND EX-
CEPT PROPERTY DESCRIBED
IN WARRANTY DEED RE-
CORDED IN DEED BOOK 102,
PAGE 87 ALL OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
' SUBJECT TO AN EASE-
MENT FOR THE PURPOSE OF
INGRESS AND EGRESS OVER
AND ACROSS THE WEST 15
FEET OF THE NORTH 1:30
FEET OF THE FOLLOWING
DESCRIBED LAND:
BEGINNING 210 FEET EAST


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LAND & ACREAGE: REAL ESTATE, INC.
City of Chiefland- large tract with both commercial
and residential zoning. Ac oss fr. om Post Office & new
apartment complex. Many possibilities. $330,000.00
Natural Florida 1 acre wooded lot on paved road
close to Suwannee & public boat ramp. $27,500.00
Bronson Heights 1 acre lot just off paved street,
scattered trees. $24,900.00
Planted Pines 20 acres SW of Chiefland on paved high-
way good location. $300,000.00
Fowlers Bluff small single-wide mobile home on 2
lots on 151st Terrace in Fowlers Bluff. $55,000.00
New Listing Three 8-acre parcels, great neighborhood,
priced to sell. $90,000 & $100,000
RESIDENTIAL & BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY:
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with 3/2 home, including office & fireplace. Front &
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Office: 362-493-2838 Evenings: 352-493-1380


OF THE NORTHWEST COR-
NER OF THE EAST HALF OF
THE NORTHWEST QUARTER
OF SECTION 4, TOWNSHIP 13
SOUTH, RANGE 19 EAST, LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA; THENCE-
RUN EAST 210 FEET; SOUTH
210 FEET; WEST 210 FEET
AND NORTH 210 FEET TO THE
PONT OF BEGINNING.
A/K/A 21330 NORTHEAST
40TH STREET, WILLISTON, FL
32696
A/K/A 21350 NORTHEAST
40TH STREET, WILLISTON, FL
32696
at public sale, to the highest
and best bidder, for cash, at the
Lobby of the Levy County Court-
house,
Court. Street, Bronson, FL,
11:00 a.m., on the 3rd day of Oc-
tober, 2005.


I Dated this 12th day of Sep-
tember, 2005
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
By: Gwen McElroy
Deputy Clerk
THIS INSTRUMENT PRE-
PARED BY:
Law Offices of Daniel C. Con-
suegra
9204 King Palm Drive
Tampa, FL 33619-1328
Attorney for Plaintiff
"In accordance with the Amer-
icans with Disabilities Act, per-
sons needing a special accom-
modation to participate in this
proceeding should contact the
ADA Coordinator not later than
seven (7) days prior to the pro-
ceeding at Florida Relay Service
1-800-955-8770."
Pub: September 15, 22, 2005


Go paddle your canoe
The Big Ben Saltwater Paddling Trail, one of Florida's most
exciting wilderness adventures, is now recognized as one of the
nation's premier water trails.
The U.S. Department of the Interior recently designated it
as a new National recreation Trail' and part of the National Trails
System. The American canoe Association (ACA) also distin-
guished it as a Recommended Water Trail for 2005 and awarded
the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC)
(Champion of Water Trails" for creating 'a national-level pad-
dling experience.
The 105-mile trail, promises experienced sea kayakers an
opportunity to explore one of the longest publicly owned wet-
lands in the United States with a striking array of bird and marine
life. In the clear waters of the Gulf of Mexico, off the Big Bend
Wildlife Management Area,,one can paddle through the visit sea-
grass as meadows and spot crabs, fish, sea turtles, manatee, small
sharks and rays. Side rips to springs, wild rivers, historical sites,
wildlife havens and small coastal towns are just part of this di-
verse experience. There are seven primitive campsites, spaced 10
to 14 miles apart, designated exclusively for trail users.
The remote, wilderness quality of the trail presents a unique
set of challenges and'is recommended for experienced open-wa-
ter paddlers only. ,
Ms. Lindsay suggests that paddlers not leave home without
the "Big Bend Saltwater Paddling Trail Guide" published by the
FWC. The comprehensive, 40-page guide details everything ex-
perienced sea kayakers need to navigate the trail safely and have
a memorable experience..
Camping permits are required, but are free. For more in-
formation on the Big Bend Saltwater Paddling Trail, visit www.
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On Saturday, Sept. 24,
Okefenokee National Wild-
life Refuge (NWR) will cel-
ebrate National Public Lands
day with a day of fun activi-
ties from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Vis-
itors may participate in any
or all of the day's activities,
which include a service proj-
ect, lunch, Paddle for Wilder-
ness canoe tour, a Leave No
Trace demonstration, and a
spaghetti supper.
The event begins at the his-
toric Chesser Island Home-
stead froni 8 a.m. until 11:30
a.m., where participants will
have the opportunity to assist
refuge staff. Projects include
woodcutting; trail work,
fence repairs, raking, and mi-
nor house repairs,. Equipment,
gloves, cold drinks, and a free
cookout lunch at the Home-
stead will be provided. At
1:30 p.m., the event contin-
ues with a three and V hour
guided Paddle for Wilderness
tour through the Okefenokee
Adventures. Cost for the ca-
noe rental and tour is .$15.


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tour cost. Space is limited to
40 registrants! After the fun
wilderness paddle, enjoy a,
spaghetti supper provided by
Okefenokee Adventures from.
5 p.m. until 6 p.m. The price"
is $7.501 per adult and $5 for:
children seven and under.
Pre-registration for all
events is required by Sept.13.
Fees are non-refundable un-.
less the refuge cancels the
event. Refuge entrance fees:
are waived for service proj-
ect volunteers. The refuge is
located 7 miles southwest of-
Folkston, Ga. off Highway-
121/23.

Contact the refuge Visitor
Center at (912).496-7836 for
registration forms and addi--.
tional information or check-u,
out our website at http://oke-
fenokee.fws.gov. Okefenokee
National Wildlife Refuge,.,
Okefenokee Wildlife League,.
and Okefenokee Adventures
sponsor this event.


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Levy Land

Transactions

8/25/05 8/31/05
Transaction Code: AD-Agree Deed, 2CD-Correctory Deed, CT-
Certificate of Title, D-Deed, E-Easement, FJDX-Final Judgermient
Divorce X, MMA-Mortgage Modify Agreement, NL-Notice of
Limitation, QCD-Quit Claim Deed, TD-Tax Deed, WD-Warranty
Deed.
WD, $30,000.00, BDY NE1/4 SW1/4 36-11-14, ETC, PARCEL,
#00804-011-00
Buyer: RICHBURG ANJULIETTE WALLACE
Buyer: RICHBURG BARRY THOMAS
Seller: WYNNE WILLIAM L
WD, $112,000.00, L33(1) CORRECTIVE PLAT OF OAK FOREST
ESTATES
Buyer: LOUDERMILK DONNA
Seller: STEVE SMITH CONSTRUCTION INC.
WD, $10,000.00, L1(16) WILLISTONHGH #12
Buyer: INTER COUNTY REAL ESTATE INC
Seller: NORWOOD PAUL C
WD, $8,000.00, L1(40) OAK RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer: BREAKTHRU PROPERTIES INC
Seller: SANCHEZ MARION
Seller: SANCHEZ NICOLAS
WD, $29,000.00, L6(3) WOODPECKER RIDGE #2
Buyer: GOSS MARY P
Seller: HAYNES SARAH E
Seller: HAYNES CLYDE E
WD, $57,000.00, L33(C) RIVERSIDE SD # II
Buyer: FIALKOWSKI TRACY
Buyer: FIALKOWSKI JOHN JR
Seller: HALL MARIE D
Seller: HALL WILLIAM I
WD, $40,000.00, L 1(A) RIVER FOREST
Buyer: LILES ROBERT M
Buyer: LILES RICHARD.A
Seller: WICKMAN CARL V
WD, $25,000.00, LI(F) CASONS INGLIS ACRES #9 .
Buyer. FLYNN ROSEMARY
Buyer: FLYNN JAMES
Seller: ADAMS GLORIA
WD, $208,000.00, L5(E) RIVER FOREST
I Buyer: MORRISON KATHYA
Seller: PAYNE KATHRYN C
Seller: PAYNE JOHN RUSSELL
*WD, $32,500.00, L21-22(B)CASONS INGLIS ACRES #5
i Buyer: INGLIS TOWN OF
Buyer: TOWN OF INGLIS
Seller: ADAMS GLORIA J
WD. S 10.00, L9(A) CASONS INGLIS ACRES #6 .
Buyer: HASLEY ROSE H
Seller. ADAMS GLORIAJ '
WD, $200,000.00, L3 SUMNER PLACE #2
Buyer:'ZAPRIR EDITH
Seller: SIMPSON MARLENE
Seller: SIMPSON ROBERT
WD, $40,000 00, L7,9-16(35) ORIGINAL PLAT OF THE
ORIGINAL SD OF THE TOWN OF CHIEFLAND
Buyer: OSTEEN SCOTTA A
SSeller: DRUMMOND WAYNE
WD, $47,000.00, L 10'(11)-SUWANNEE RIVER HGH W. MH
Buyer: KYSER BILLY J
Seller: PITTMAN SAMUEL
WD, $25,000.00, L12-13(37) OAK RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer: STEIN & GIRALDO INC
,Seller: BOHNSTENGEL HELEN M
Spil r BOHNSTENGEL ROBERT .
WD, $42.000.00. L4(46) RAINBOW LAKE ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: BLANC GARLENE
Seller KNIGHT MICHAEL L
WD. $363.350 00. BDY NW1/4 NE1/4 1-13-18, PARCEL #04331-002-00
Buyer: CAMELLIA PLANTATION
Seller: BRACKIN GALE S
Seller: BRACKIN IRIS E
: Seller: BRACKIN RONALD H
WD, $S5.C0O: UG.'L3(73) REPLAT OF WILLISTON HGH #5 W, MH
Buyer VAN HEEMST JOHN C
Seller: MILLWATER MARY
Seiler:' ML.,WATER TIMOTHYALAN
WD, S50.000.00, BDY 31-12-19. ETC. PARCEL #04819-001-00
Buyer: HERNANDEZ MARIA
EU,'er. HERP JA'4DEZ PEDRO
Seller SWANSON BETHANEY G
Seller; SWANSON JEREMY R
D, (RE-RECORDED; $1.00.0L13 FOREST PARK #3 PHASE I
Buyer PATEL RUBI V
Seller: ULRICH MARY BETH
WD, S19.90G.00, L3(24) WILLISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: CHARLES WOLF
Seller: STEIN & GIRALDO INC
WD, $100,000.00, L2 KING RANCH OF FLORIDA
RANCHETTES 2ND ADD
Buyer ROMERO STACIE
Buyer: ROMERO DONALD
Seller: THUROW WENDY
Seller: THUROW CHRISTOPHER SR. -
WD, $10.00. L7(38) UNIVERSITY OAKS
Buyer: PAULEY CLEO P
Buyer: LEIBACH JOHN E
Seller: LEIBACH JOHN E
WD, $16,000.00, L37 LIBBY HTS
Buyer: CSS PROPERTIES LLC
SSeller. NICHOLS KCEE
'.Seller: BAKER THOMAS J
S' WD, $29,000 00. BDY L281 13) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: MJD PROPERTIES LLC
Seller: MCLEAN SAMUEL
WD, $27,000.00, L6(40) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: MJD PROPERTIES LLC -.
Seller: MCLEAN SAMUEL KHTE. '
WD, $180,000.00, L1-11.29-31(80) CEDARKEYHTSSECB
Buyer: GEORGE LESLIE KAY ,
Seller: CORPORATE RELOCATION SERVICES
WID, $180,000,00, BDY L19 STARTING POINT SD, ETC
: Buyer: MURRATTI JOSEPH .
Seller: KEE DARRELL KEITH
WD, $25,000.00, 1i9(46) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: BENTLEY CHRISTINE P .
Seller: PATTERSON WILLIAM D
QCD, $5,000.00, L1, 4(11)GEORGE W. WILLIS ADDITION TO
WILLISTON, ETC" ,
Buyer: GREEN HELEN
Seller: SNOW WINFIELD S Ill
QCD, $5,000.00, L1, 4(11) GEORGE W. WILLIS ADDITION TO
WILLISTON, ETC
Buyer: GREEN HELEN,
SSeller: MACKAY SHERYL MARIE
QCD, $5,000.00, L1, 4(11) GEORGE W. WILLIS ADDITION TO
WILLISTON, ETC


Buyer: GREEN HELEN
Seller: MACKAY NEIL
QGD, $5,000.00, L1, 4(11) GEORGE W. WILLIS ADDITION TO
WILLISTON, ETC
Buyer: GREEN HELEN
Seller: MACKAY KENNETH MALCOLM
QCD, $5.000,00, L1, 4(11) GEORGE W. WILI-18 ADDITION TO
i WILLISTON, ETC
Buyer: GREEN HELEN
Seller: SNOW ALAN LEE ,
I QCD, $5,000.00, L1, 4(11) GEORGE W. WILLIS ADDITION TO
WILLISTON' ETC
Buyer. GREEN HELEN


Seller: CASALINUOVA JUDITH ANN
QCD, $5,000.00, L1, 4(11) GEORGE W. WILLIS ADDITION TO
WILLISTON, ETC
Buyer: GREEN HELEN
Seller: SNOW GEORGE EDWARD
QCD, $5,000.00, L1, 4(11) GEORGE W. WILLIS ADDITION TO
WILLISTON, ETC
Buyer: GREEN HELEN
Seller: MACKAY DONALD A
QCD, $5,000.00, L1, 4(11). GEORGE W. WILLIS ADDITION TO.
WILLISTON, ETC
Buyer: GREEN HELEN.
Seller: MACKAY ROBERT
CD, $10.00, L74 CASONS INGLIS ACRES #4
Buyer: HURST DAWN
Seller: HURST GREGORY
WD, $655,000.00, BDY SE114 20-13-18, PARCEL#04467-007-00
Buyer: CIANO LYNNE M
Seller: VICKERS TERRY L
Seller: VICKERS JEROME G III
WD, $13,000.00, L 14(90) WILLISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES,
Buyer: DENMAN ENTERPRISES INC
Seller: MOSETTY CHRISTINA M.
Seller: MOSETTY HECTOR L
Seller: MENDEZALMA M
WD, $22,000.00, L 14(90) WILLISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: ULYSSE CAROLE
Buyer: ULYSSE FUCIEN
Seller: DENMAN ENTERPRISES INC
WD, $41,500.00, L4(E) WILLISTON HGH #6
Buyer: TOMLINSON WINSTON
Seller: DENMAN ENTERPRISES INC ,
WD, $3,500.00, L1(14) OAK RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer: DENMAN ENTERPRISES INC
Seller: YORK ROBERT D
WD, .$28,000.00, L1 (109) WILLISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: SAINT LOUIS JOSEPH FRANTZ
Seller. BREAKTHRU PROPERTIES INC
WD, $25,000.00, L7(14) WILLISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: JOHNSON PAUL
Seller: TAPPER MICHELLE
WD, $10.00, BDY NW114 NW1/4 26-12-18, ETC, SEE IMAGE,,
PARCEL #04185-003-00 '
Buyer: BRINKMANlBRETTA A
Seller: BRINKMAN TAMMY
WD, $10.00, BDY NE1/4 SE1/4 26-12-18, ETC; PARCEL #
04185-002-OB
Buyer: BRINKMAN TAMMY D
Seller: BRINKMAN BRETT A
WD, $60,000.00, BDY 34-13-13, ETC, SEE IMAGE, PARCEL
#19904-000-00
Buyer: MEATON DENNIS B.
Seller: KRETSCHMER.MATTHEW P
D, $7,425.00, L8 SOUTHERN HTS
Buyer: FLANDERS JACKSON WANDA 0
Buyer: JACKSON CLIFFORD JR
Buyer: JACKSON WANDA 0 FLANDERS
Seller: H W INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY SERVICES INC
WD,.$22,900.00, BDY SW114 SW1/4 3-12-17, PARCEL #03278-096-00
Buyer: DI GIORGIO SARAH
Seller: STEIN & GIRALDO INC
WD, $10.00, BDY SW1/4 SW1/4 6-16-17, ETC, PARCEL#14358-000-00
Buyer: BAKER DIANE V TRUSTEE
Buyer; DIANE V BAKER REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST
Buyer: DIKE LINDA C TRUSTEE
Buyer: LINDA C DIKE TRUST
Seller: DIKE LINDA C
Seller: BAKER DIANE V
WD, $4,000.00, BDY SW1/4 NE1/4 16-12-17
Buyer: SANTANA OBED DIAZ, -. :,
- Sler,, IGLE;,IACRISTIANA CARISMATICADE- EVITTOWN,#J
WD, $12,500 00, L500(31) UNIVERSITY ESTATES
Buyer: SD SANFORD INC
Seller: MCMu LLEN TONYA RAINS
WD, $15,000.00, BDY SW1/4 SE1/4.15-12-17, PARCEL #03408-213-00
Buyer: SD SANFORD INC
Seller: CASTRO WILLIAM S
Seller: CASTRO DIAZ WILLIAM S
Seller: DIAZ WILLIAM S CASTRO
WD, $20,000.00, BDY SW1/4 SE1/4 15-12-17
Buyer: CASTIBLANCO MARIA G
Seller: SD SANFORD INC
WD, $130,000.00, L1-2 GREAT OAKS
Buyer: WILLOUGHBY DIANE M
Seller: J FI LYBASS JR FAMILY LLC
Seller: LYBASS LIMITED PARTNERSHIP
Seller: LYBASS OREGpNE
Seller: T G LYBASS LIMITED PARTNERSHIP
WD, $5,200.00, L20(21) OAK RIDGE ESTATES SD
Buyer: LOTS INC
Seller: DIAZ FAUSTINA BETANCOURT
WD, $24,500.00, L28(17) BRONSON HTS
Buyer: QUIGLEY GARY W
Buyer: NICHOLS PAUL M
Seller: EQUITY ONE INC
WD, $10.00, L42 FOREST PARK #2
Buyer: QUASAR PROPERTIES INC
Seller: CAMERON MARION
WD, $25,000.00, L42 FOREST PARK #2
Buyer: DARBY OPAL P
Buyer: DARBY JAMES K
Seller: QUASAR PROPERTIES INC
WD, $6,500.00, L5(51) OAK RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer: DALMAR INVESTMENT INC
Seller: TORRES.ORLANDO
WD,$ 15.000.00. L10(2) FANNIN SPRINGS ANNEX
Buyer: DOWNS E DELORES
Buyer: DOWNS WARREN : :
Seller: PETERSON AVERYJR JR..
Seller: SINGLETARYCLEO.
D, $10.00, BDY SW1/4 NE1/4 34-13-15
Buyer: DURRANCE MELANIE S : "
Buyer: PINSON DIANE S
Buyer: SMITH CAROL ANNE
Buyer: SMITH JACKIE V
Buyer: SMITH KEITH 0 ,
Buyer: SMITH KENNETH R .
Buyer: SMITH RUFUS L
Buyer: SMITH THOMAS L
Seller: SMITH CAROL ANNE
Seller: SMITH RUFUS L
WD, $10.00, BDYSW 114 NW1/4 14-12-14, ETC, PARCEL#
00987-013-00 .
Buyer: ALLEN KENNETH DAVID .
Buyer: ALLEN DAVID
Buyer: ALLEN MELANIE G ,
Seller: ALLEN DARBY 0
Seller: ALLEN KENNETH
Seller: ALLEN DAVID
WD, $725,000.00, BDY L1-A TREASURE CAMP ADD #1, BDY
32-12-13, PARCEL #07745-000-00
Buyer: ROGERS ROBERTAA A
Buyer; ROGERS WAYNE A


Seller: DICKERT LAURA H
Seller: DICKERT PAUL W.
WD, $110,000.00, L4 CORTEZ ACRES
Buyer: PERRYMAN MARGARET
Buyer: PERRYMAN JAMES EARL
Seller: VORNLOCHERLEEVONIA
WD, $10 00, BDY 19-12-15, PARCEL #01823-000-00
Buyer: COOK RHONDA C
Buyer: COOK CHARLES ALTON JR
Seller: !ILAND BETTY
Seller: COOK CHARLES ALTON JR
Seller: COOK RHONDAC
Dj (RE-RECORDED) $10.00, BbY 33-13-14, W/MH, PARCEL#


01238-001-00
Buyer: WILLIAMS SHERMAN
Buyer: WILLIAMS YOLANDA
Seller: HITSON PATRICIA S
Seller: HITSON JIMMY F
WD, $15,000.00, L116(C) WHITTEDS ESTATES
Buyer: ADAMS KAREN
Buyer: ADAMS DAVID
Seller: MYERS JO
Seller: MYERS LARRY
WD, $63,000.00, L23 HOLIDAY FARMS, BDY 6-12-18, W/MH, ETC
Buyer: DAVIS PATRICIA L
Buyer: DAVIS VON R
Seller: WILLIAMS TEEKEELAA .
Seller: WILLIAMS TEEKEELA R
WD, $10.00, L5(38) WILLISTONHGH #14
Buyer: HOOD LINDA S
Buyer: HOOD CALVIN C
Seller: BLUE RIVER CORPORATION
WD, $30,000.00, L5(38) WILLISTON HGH #14, W/'lvlH
Buyer: MOWATT NALDA
Seller: HOOD LINDA S
Seller: HOOD CALVIN C
WD, $700,000.00, L2 OAK RIDGE EQUINE CENTER, BDY 8-14-18
Buyer: Y LO RACING STABLES LLC
Seller: G LACK FARMS INC
WD, $5;000.00, L28(3) BRONSON HTS SD
Buyer: SD SANFORD INC
Seller: COTHON CARLA MANN
Seller: MANN CARLA
Seller: MANN LOY ANN,
WD, $12,500.00, L7(E) OAK RIDGE ESTATES #1
Buyer: SD SANFORD INC
Seller: DOHERTY MARY I
Seller: DOHERTY JOHN F
WD, $13,500.00, L3-7(6) A F KNOTTS LAND COMPANY FIRST SD
Buyer: LAMOREAUX ROBERTA
Seller: PHOTOPOULOS ANTHONY
WD, $15,000.00, L23(29) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC.N
Buyer: AMERICAN PRIME LLC
Seller: COLLEBRUSCO JOHN
Seller: COLLEBRUSCO PAULA
WD, $39,995.00, L10 32) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: KIERNAN YVELISSE
Seller: AMERICAN PRIME LLC
WD, $300,000.00, BDY W1/2 NW1/4 33-14-18, PARCEL #04633-000-00
Buyer: BEVERLY ROXENBERG REVOCABLE TRUST
Buyer: ROXENBERG PAUL B TRUSTEE
Buyer: PAUL B ROXPNBERG REVOCABLE TRUST
Buyer: ROXENBERG BEVERLY G TRUSTEE
SSeller: KESSEL JOHN G JR
Seller: KESSEL PATRICIA F
QCD, $10.00, BDYL12-13(B)W/MH
Buyer: NIELSEN KATHRYN L
Seller: TORRES CARMEN
Seller: TORRES CARMEN R
Seller: TORRES GELMAN
WD, $175,000.00, L45-46 TREASURE CAMP ADD #5 ,
Buyer: HALL FAMILY TRUST
BUyer: HALL WILLIAM R TRUSTEE
Buyer: HALL JANET L TRUSTEE
Seller: FIOLA MARGARET H
Seller: FIOLA RICHARD W
WD, $19,250.00, L15 LORE ESTATES .
Buyer: ARNOLD STEVE
Seller: ALLDREDGE'JERRY E
WD, $26,500.00, L1 (82) WILLISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: KEYES NICOLE
Seller: BERNHARDT JOHN
WD, $25,00;.00,'L4(3)'KING;RANCH OFPFORIDA': .
. RANGiE-WE.33Q YTW/AVAWV ,oieivoq srit o1 uov o, faoc.
Buyer: SLAUGHTER LYNN E -
Seller: BARBER JOYCE E
Seller: BARBER JAMES M JR
"WD, $10 00. BDY' SE1/4 NW1/4 3-12-17, PARCEL #03282,036-00
Buyer: GUARANTEED HOME REPAIRS INC
Seller: PARNELL EDWARD
QCD, $1.00, L40 SHAMROCK ACRES.
Buyer: TORRES GERMAN
Buyer: TORRES CARMEN R
Seller: RAPHAEL CATHY D
Seller: RAPHAEL FRANCIS
Seller: RAPHAEL FRANCIS E
QCD, $1.00, .BDY NW1/4 NW1/4 31-13-19, PARCEL #05260-004-00
Buyer: CALDWELL REBECCA J
Buyer: RADACKY REBECCA J
Seller: BERUFF GEORGINA
WD, $10.00, BDY SEI/4 SW1/4 36-12-18, ETC, PARCEL #04306-000-00
Buyer: SOLLEY IDAARLENE .
Buyer: WHITENER KATHERINE IRENE
Seller: WHITENER KATHERINE IRENE
WD, $10.00, BDY SEI/4 SWI/4 36-12-18; PARCEL'#04304-002-00
Buyer: SOLLEY IDAARLENE'
Buyer: WHITENER KATHERINE IRENE
Seller: WHITENER KATHERINE IRENE
WD, $10.00, BDY SE1/4 SW1/4 36-12-18. PARCEL' 43043n-003-00
Buyer: SOLLEY IDAARLENE
Buyer: WHITENER KATHERINE IRENE
Seller: WHITENER KATHERINE IRENE
'C. T, $100.00, 38-05-CA-279, L21(2) FANNIN SPRINGS ANNEX,
W/MH ,. ,
Buyer: REO MANAGEMENT 2004 INC
Seller: CLERK OF COURT DANNY J SHIPP
Seller: GRIFFIN CHRIS D .
WD, $15,000.00. L4(A) COUNTRY ESTATES
Buyer: PERISSIENROSEBERT
Buyer: PERISSIENYANIQUE
!Seller: LIVONI RICHARD .
CD, $10.00, L2(1) CASONS INGLISACRES #9
SBuyer: MICHAEL LAURA E
Buyer: MICHAEL LEWIS ,.'
Seller: ADAMS GLORIA J
SWD, $20,000,00, L8(59) WILLISTON HGH #5
*Buyer: SD SANFORD INC
Seller: MOODY JAMES RICHARD
Seller: MOODY MARGARET G
WD, $27,000.00, L8(59) WILLISTONHGH #5
Buyer: FOSTER JENNIFER
Buyer: FOSTER WILLIAM
Seller: SD SANFORD INC ,
CT, $1,000.00, 38-05-CA-187, L10(29) OCALAHGH WEST, WIMH
Buyer: GREENPOINT CREDIT LLC
Buyer: GREEN TREE SERVICING LLC
SSeller: BARBOUR GEORGE THOMAS JR
Seller: CLERK OF COURT DANNY J SHIPP
Seller: WORKMAN NANCY .
CD, $10.00, L8, 10(20) SHANDS SURVEY OF THE TOWN OF
:CHIEFLAND
B Buyer: MCKECHNIE THOMAS J
Seller: WOLFORD VICKI
Seller: ROBERTS SANDRA DAVIDSON


QCD, $10:00, L4 CAL- A- BETT MEADOWS, W/MH
Buyer: COLLINS JESSICA
Seller: COLLINS HORACE DANIEL
WD, $30,600.00, L4 CAL- A- BETT MEADOWS, W/MH
Buyer: BELL S RYAN
Seller: COLLINS JESSICA
Seller: SWANWICK JESSICA N
QCD, $10.00, L7(30) WILLISTON HGH #7
Buyer: DEFILIPPO MELISSA
Buyer: DEFILIPPO MICHAEL
Seller: DEFILIPPO MELISSA
Seller: DEFILIPPO MICHAEL

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WD, $28,000.00, L9(117) WILLISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: BLUE PEARL DEVELOPMENTS
Seller: MORRIS NORMA
WD, $7,000.00, L25(86) WILLISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: VELAZQUEZ LAUDELINA
Buyer: ROSARIO WILLIAM
Seller: VALLS IRMA JUDITH VELEZ
Seller: VELEZ VALLS IRMVIA JUDITH'
WD, $35,000.00, L42 UNIVERSITY OAKS MANOR, W/MH
Buyer: JONES TOMMY
Buyer: STRICKLAND DAVID
Seller: CAROL LEE JEAN REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST
Seller: JEAN CAROL LEE
Seller: JEAN CAROL LEE TRUSTEE
WD, $125,000.00, L9(1) TISHOMINGO PLANTATION, W/MH
Buyer: LYON BARBARA E
Buyer: LYON EUGENE F
Seller: JENNINGS NANCY L
Seller: JENNINGS CHARLES E
. QCD, $10.00, L15-16(6) GREEN HGH PARK
Buyer: PEREYRA NANCY LILIANA
Buyer: ROSADO ISMAEL JR
Seller: ROSADO TORRES ISMAEL
Seller: ROSADO ISMAEL JR
Seller: TORRES ISMAEL ROSADO
WD, $179,316.00, L5-6(6) WILLISTON HGH #11, ETC
Buyer: WALBAUM MONIEKA
Buyer: WALBAUM LOREN
Seller: OSBORNE ARTHUR R
Seller: OSBORNE MARGARETANN
CD, $10.00, L61(28) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES
Buyer: MARSH ELAINE
Buyer: MARSH VINCENT
Seller: RODRIGUEZ INGEBORG
Seller: RODRIGUEZ RAMON A
CD, $10.00, L13(15) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: CIOFFI MICHAEL
Buyer: MEDALIE CIOFFI JOINT VENTURE
Buyer: MEDALIE RANDOLPH M
Seller: HILLS RONALD D'
WD, $10,000.00, L 11(3) WILLISTON HGH #14
Buyer: SD SANFORD INC
Seller: RASH DAVID M
WD, $14,000.00, L20(15) BRONSON HTS
Buyer: DEBROSSE GERARD
Buyer: DEBROSSE NOUCHELINE
Seller: MCCURDY WILLIAM W
Seller: POMPEO MARC J
WD, $10.,'000 00, L 16-17(B) ROSEWOOD PARK #1
Buyer: EARTH ACQUISITIONS INC
Seller: ZAVATTARO JOSEPH JR
WD, $4,000.00, L4(Q) OAK RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer: MELENDEZ SONIA COLON
Seller: MARQUEZ RAFAEL
WD, $10.00, L10(114) WILLISTONHGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: KEYES NICOLE A
Buyer: KEYES FRANKLIN A
Seller: KEYES NICOLE A
WD, $140,300.00, L32 NORTH SOUTH ESTATES #1., BDY 18-12-18
Buyer: HAMPTON BONNIE L
Seller: LARSEN EVA D
QCD, $10.00, BDY SE1/4.NW1/4 25-14-17
Buyer: GAINES LINDA -
Buyer: GAINES ROBERT
Seller: GAINES LIVING TRUST
Seller: WAGNER CAROL ANNE TRUSTEE
WD, $15,000.00, L13(71) REPLAT OF WILLISTON HGH #5
Buyer: REAL ESTATE AND SUNSHINE INC
Seller: JOHANSON BRIAN K ,, .
W.D7r..00_D, Q7(.59) OAK RIDGE ESTATES ...
Buyer. INTER COUNTY REAL ESTATE INC
Seller: GARCIA ZORI
Seller: BOZA ZORI GARCIA
WD, $75,000.00, BDY 4-17-16, PARCEL#13537
Buyer: FALASCA MARY E
Buyer. FALASCA I411CHAEL J JR
Seller: STULER ALLAN
WD, $10.00, L5(37)WILLISTONHGH#14
Buyer: JOSEPH KAREN A
Buyer: JOSEPH ANTON W
Seller: MAHABEER MERTILEEN
CD, $10.00, L4(25) WILLISTON HGH #7
Buyer: DOVIN DIANE -
Seller: FIGUEROAANGEL M
Seller- FIGUEROA MIRIAM
WD, $330,000.00, L2kG) RIVER FOREST
Buyer: HOVIS JUDITH S
Buyer: HOVIS GEORGE E
Seller: WICKMAN CARL V .
WD, $ 180.000.00 L12(B) MANATEE FARMS ESTATE #1
Buyer: CAPELLE SANDRA M -
Buyer: CAPELLE ROBERT L
Seller: KERSEY MONTIE A
Seller: KERSEY DONALD E
WD. $22.900.00, L1(16) WILLISTONHGH #12
Buyer: WILLIAMS ALVIN WATKIS
Seller: SUNCOAST REALTY INVESTORS
QCD, $10.00, L17(B)-STEEPLECHASE FARMS
Buyer: COKER SHELIAANN
Buyer: PAYNE MELISSAANN RAWLEY-
Buyer: RAWLEY PAYNE MELISSA LYNN
Seller: PAYNE MELISSA LYNN RAWLEY
Seller. RAWLEY PAYNE MELISSA LYNN
WD, $5,000.00, L12(73) OAK RIDGE ESTATES
SBuyer: MOLINA JOSUEA -
Seller: REYES DAISY CASILLAS
seber MAYSONET HECTOR ANIBALMOLINA .
,WD, $18,000.00, L5(85) WILLISTONHGHG&CC ESTATES
Eer BREAKTHRU PROPERTIES INC
,ier 8ANCHEZ MARION
.-::'r. ZANCHEZ NICOLAS
AD, $35,500.00, L10(A) CASONS INGLIS ACRES #5, W/MH
Buyer: R.OWLAND BARBARA.
Buye' --O/!JLAND JAMES .
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Seller: H B s"' ./.-;
WD, $'i) 00, L11 'UJ'/7/lIlIE ACRES SD, W/MH, ETC,
PARCEL ,!707.. '.4 'j. 00172-029'00
Buyer: SCHEER KA4-f IJf
Buyer: WOI.bJ/-.CH JULIA
Seller: WOLBACH JULIA
WD, $10.00, BDY 14 4-13, ETC, PAR.EL- 06,291-001-00
Buyer: LAMOTHE JEAN


Buyer: WATSON LARRY
Seller: WATSON LARRY
WD, $3,000.00, L7(16) J.B. EPPERSON ADDITION TOWN OF
WILLISTON
Buyer: CARNEGIE LAWRENCE R
Seller: JEFFERSON DANIEL
WD, $10.00, BDY SE1/4 NE1/4 18-12-17, PARCEL #03511-002-00
Buyer: HENRY JERRY H
Buyer: HENRY CHARLES A
Seller: HENRY MARY F DECEASED
Seller: HENRY JERRY H
WD, $8,500.00, L24(65) OAK RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer: PAREDES RENAN
Seller: NICHOLAS FLORA P
Seller: NICHOLAS WILLIAM FRANCIS
CD, $10.00, OR 918/574, 927/297, BDYNW1/4 SE1/4, OR
145/511, PARCEL #03575-002-00
Buyer: BINGHAM LINDA M
Buyer: COX THERESA G
Seller: BINGHAM LINDA M
Seller: COX THERESA G
WD, $22,000.00, L7(9) WILLISTON HGH #14 ,
Buyer: GABRIEL MARLINE'
Buyer: GABRIEL SELVIN
Seller: GREEN P ATRICI A
Seller: GREEN CHARLES
WD, $123,500.00, L105 TIGER ISLAND SPRORTSMEN CLUB,
BDY 28,33-13-13, ETC, PARCEL #19891-001-00
Buyer: SMITH JOY L
Seller: APPEL FAMILY TRUST
Seller: APPEL JOHN CONRAD
Seller: APPEL PATRICIA THERESE JONES
Seller: APPEL JOHN CONRAD TRUSTEE
Seller: APPEL PATRICIA THERESE JONES TRUSTEE
QCD, $10.00, BDY NEI/4 NE1/4 3-12-17, PARCEL #03278-117-00
Buyer: ALLEN LIN
Seller: MIDDLETON JOHN TTEE
CD, $10.00, L20(40) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: STEIN GIRALDO INC .
Seller: HOFF ROBERTA J.
WD, $100Q.00, BDY N1/2 SE1/4 15-12-14, ETC; PARCEL #01000-000-00.
Buyer: JONES BRIAN
Buyer: JONES LINDA
Seller: FOLEY DON
Seller: FOLEY RUSSELENE
WD, $155,000.00, L3 TRIPLE CROWN FARMS # II
Buyer: DAVIS DONNA
Buyer: WESSLING KIMBERLY L
Seller: RILEY LINDAL.
WD, $16,900.00, BDY SW1/4 NE1/4 19-11-17, PARCEL#03161-028-00
Buyer: DIXON ROJAS MARSHA
Buyer: ROJAS MARSHA DIXON
Seller: ROBINSON CALVIN A
.WD, $169,900.00, L14(19) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: STACK PEGGY
Buyer: STACK ARTHUR
Seller: WEAVER MARY LOU
Seller: WEAVER MARY LOU TRUSTEE
Seller: WEAVER NORRIS
Seller: WEAVER NORRIS H TRUSTEE
WD, $150,000.00, BDY 35-10-15, PARCEL #01440-003-00
Buyer: LE THUY
Buyer: VAN DO THEN
Seller: JESTINE H BROCK TRUST
Seller: BROCK JESTINE H
Seller: BROCK JESTINE H TRUSTEE
WD, $130,000.00, L5-6 GREAT OAKS
Buyer: SULLIVAN GLENDOL
Seller: LYBASS OREGONE
SSeller: LYBASS TILLINGHAST G -
Seller: J FI LYBASS JR FAMILY LLC
WD, $27,000.00, L5(A) CASONS INGLIS ACRES #8
Buyer: PETTUS ROY E
Seller: FRANK ALBERT THOMAS
WD, $392,000.00, L29(83), L6(126), L13(76), L15(86), L19(104),
L11(99), L6(108), L20(81), L5(71.), L5(130), L5(131),
Buyer: PANTHER LAKE PROPERTIES LLC
Seller: 182 MAIN ST REALTY CORP
Seller: COQUERAN MICHAEL
Seller: YIOVES CHARILAOS
QCD, $30,000.00, L30(24) WILLISTON HIGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: TRAN KIEU
Buyer: TRAN TR.ANG .
Seller: MOMPEROUSSE MAGGY L
WD, $150,000 (00 BDY NW1/4 5-17-16, ETC, PARCEL #1:3105-014-00
Buyer: SOLANO ROBERT
Seller: RAIR INVESTMENTS INC
WD, $62,500.00, L 17 SEMINOLE FOREST, W/MH
Buyer: BROWN SHERRY L
Buyer: BROWN CHRISTOPHER
Seller: VERONNEAU ELIZABETH
WD, $15,500.00, L15(A)RIVERSIDESD#2
Buyer: EVELETH TANDY L
Buyer: .EVELETH SHAUN P
Seller: PADGETT KRISTI E
Seller: PADGETT PERRY J
QCD, $10.00, L1(C) CASONS INGLIS ACRES #8; W/MH
Buyer: MARGARET LOUISE MCWHORTER REVOCABLE LIVING
TRUST
Buyer: MCWHORTER MARGARET LOUISE TRUSTEE
Seller: MCWHORTER MARGARET LOUISE
WD, $154,950.00, L30 HAMPTON FARMS, BDY 21-12-18, ETC
Buyer: BARON DIANA L
Buyer: BARONPETERA
Seller: BARON P'ETERA A
.Seller: BARON JAMES D '.
WD, $8,950.00, L5-A BRONSON RANCHETTES, ETC
Buyer: PEREZ JORGE LUIS
Seller: H B HAYNE CORP
WD, $13,000.00, L29(117) WILLISTON HGH G&QC ESTATES
Buyer: DENMAN ENTERPRISES INC
Seller: RODRIGUEZ AUREA .
Seller: CASINO JORGE L
WD, $21,500.00. L29(117)'WILLISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: STEWART GREGORY
Buyer: MIDGLEY ROSE ,
Seller: DENMAN ENTERPRISES INC
CD, $10.00, L8-9(15) OCALAHGH WEST, WIMH ,
Buyer: CAIN TERRY .
Seller: STARR CLAUDIA ,
Seller: ALONSO CLAUDIA .
CD, $10.00, L26-26ABDY 13-12-17, ETC ..
Buyer: VASSOU TAMMIE K
Buyer: PERKINS MARK
Buyer: PERKINS MARY J
Buyer: KAYLOR JILL M.
Seller: KAYLOR JILL M .
Seller: PERKINS MARK
CD, $10,00, L5(134) WILLISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: PLACIDE HERMIDEA '
Buyer: PLACIDE JEAN R


Seller: ZAIvlBRANO BEATRIZ
Seller: DE PEREZ ISMENIAB B
D, $10.00, L20(46) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: GREENWOOD SADIA ,
Seller: EQUITY TRUST COMPANY TRUSTEE
WD, $10.00, L49(33) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
WD, $28,000.00, L9(117) WILLISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: BLUE PEARL DEVELOPMENTS
Seller: MORRIS NORMA
WD, $7,000.00, L25(86) WILLISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: VELAZQUEZ LAUDELINA
Buyer: ROSARIO WILLIAM
Seller: VALLS IRMA JUDITH VELEZ
Seller: VELEZ VALLS IRMVIA JUDITH


WD, $35,000.00, L42 UNIVERSITY OAKS MANOR, W/MH
Buyer: JONES TOMMY
Buyer: STRICKLAND DAVID
Seller: CAROL LEE JEAN REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST
Seller: JEAN CAROL LEE
Seller: JEAN CAROL LEE TRUSTEE
WD, $125,000.00, L9(1) TISHOMINGO PLANTATION, W/MH
Buyer: LYON BARBARA E
Buyer: LYON EUGENE F
Seller: JENNINGS NANCY L
Seller: JENNINGS CHARLES E
QCD, $10.00, L15-16(6) GREEN HGH PARK
Buyer: PEREYRA NANCY LILIANA
Buyer: ROSADO ISMAEL JR
Seller: ROSADO TORRES ISMAEL
Seller: ROSADO ISMAEL JR
Seller: TORRES ISMAEL ROSADO
WD, $179,316.00, L5-6(6) WILLISTON HGH #11, ETC
Buyer: WALBAUM MONIEKA
Buyer: WALBAUM LOREN
Seller: OSBORNE ARTHUR R
Seller: OSBORNE MARGARETANN
CD, $10.00, L61(28) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES
Buyer: MARSH ELAINE
Buyer: MARSH VINCENT
Seller: RODRIGUEZ INGEBORG
Seller: RODRIGUEZ RAMON A
CD, $10.00, L13(15) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: CIOFFI MICHAEL
Buyer: MEDALIE CIOFFI JOINT VENTURE
Buyer: MEDALIE RANDOLPH M
Seller: HILLS RONALD D
.WD, $10,000.00, L 11(3) WILLISTON HGH #14
Buyer: SD SANFORD INC
Seller: RASH DAVID M
WD, $14,000.00, L20(15) BRONSON HTS
Buyer: DEBROSSE GERARD
Buyer: DEBROSSE NOUCHELINE
Seller: MCCURDY WILLIAM W
Seller: POMPEO MARC J
WD, $10,000.00, L 16-17(B) ROSEWOOD PARK #1
Buyer: EARTH ACQUISITIONS INC
Seller: ZAVATTARO JOSEPH JR
WD, $4,000.00, L4(Q) OAK RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer: MELENDEZ SONIA COLON
Seller: MARQUEZ RAFAEL
WD, $10.00, L10(i114) WILLISTONHGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: KEYES NICOLE A
Buyer: KEYES FRANKLIN A
Seller: KEYES NICOLE A
WD, $140,300.00, L32 NORTH SOUTH ESTATES #1, BDY 18-12-18
Buyer: HAMPTONBONNIE L
Seller: LARSEN EVA D
QCD, $10.00, BDY SE1/4 NW1/4 25-14-17
Buyer: GAINES LINDA
Buyer: GAINES ROBERT
Seller: GAINES LIVING TRUST
Spller: WAGNER CAROL ANNE TRUSTEE
WD, $15,000.00, L13(71) REPLAT OF WILLISTON HGH #5
Buyer: REAL ESTATE AND SUNSHINE INC
Seller: JOHANSON BRIAN K
WD, $7,500.00, L7(59) OAK RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer: INTER COUNTY REAL ESTATE INC
Seller: GARCIA ZORI
Seller: BOZAZORI GARCIA
WD, $75,000.00, BDY 4-17-16, PARCEL #13537
Buyer: FALASCA MARY E
Buyer: FALASCAI4IICHAELJ JR
Sellen STULER ALLAN
WD, $10.00, L5(37)WILLISTONHGH#14 :
Buyer: J'OSEPHf'KAREFt" "
Buyer: JOSEPH ANTON W
Seller: MAHABEER MERTILEEN
CD, $10.00, L4(25) WILLISTON HGH #7
Buyer: DOVIN DIANE
Seller: FIGUEROAANGEL M
Seller: FIGUEROA MIRIAM
WD, $330,000.00, L2(G) RIVER FOREST
Buyer: HOVIS JUDITH S
Buyer: HOVIS GEORGE E
Seller: WICKMAN CARL V
WD, $180,000.00, L12(B) MANATEE FARMS ESTATE #1,
Buyer: CAPELLE SANDRA M
Buyer: CAPELLE ROBERT L
Seller: KERSEY MONTIE A
Seller: KERSEY DONALD E
WD, $22,900.00 L1(16) WILLISTONHGH #12
Buyer: WILLIAMS ALVIN WATKIS
Seller: SUNCOAST REALTY INVESTORS .
QCD, $10.00, L17(B) STEEPLECHASE FARMS
Buyer: COKER SHELIAANN
Buyer: PAYNE MELISSAANN RAWLEY
Buyer: RAWLEY PAYNE MELISSA LYNN .
Seller: PAYNE MELISSA LYNN RAWLEY
Seller: RAWL,EY PAYNE MELISSA LYNN
.WD, $5,000.00, L12(73) OAK RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer: MOLINAJOSUEA
Seller: REYES DAISY CASILLAS
Seller: MAYSONET HECTOR ANIBAL MOLINA
WD, $18,00'0.00, L5(85) WILLISTONHGH.G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: BREAKTHRU PROPERTIES INC
Seller: SANCHEZ MARION
Seller: SANCHEZ NICOLAS.
AD, $35,500.00b, LI0(A) CASONS INGLIS.ACRES.#5, W/MH '
Buyer: ROWLAND BARBARA
Buyer: ROWLAND JAMES
Seller: LOW MYRTLE .
Seller: BRYANT ABLSON C .
Seller: LOW ROBERT .
CD, $10.00, OR 919/407, BDY SWi/4 NW1/4 14-12-14, ETC,
PARCEL #009870-12-00 .
Buyer: SCRUGGS JOHN S ,
Buyer: SCRUGGS JUANITA
Seller: CREWS SHERRY L
CD, $10.00, OR 938/544, BDY SW1/4 NW1/4 14-12-14, ETC,
PARCEL #009870-12-00
: Buyer: OHARA BETTY
Seller: SCRUGGS JOHN
SSeller: SCRUGGS JUANITA
WD, $11,000.00, L88 FOREST PARK III PHASE I
Buyer: RANEY DONNA
Buyer: RANEY DANA
Seller: BAISDEN NANCY R
WD, $10.00, L88 FOREST PARK lll PHASE I
Buyer: RYDECKI, KARL F
Buyer: RYDECKI GRACE
Seller: RANEY DONNA .
CD, $10.00, L14(31) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: MARTIN SUSAN
Buyer: MARTIN GERALD
Seller: H BHAYNE CORP,


WD, $10.00, L11 SUWANNEE ACRES SD, W/MH, ETC,
PARCEL #07803-009-00, 00172-029-00
Buyer: SCHEER KAREN
Buyer: WOLBACH JULIA
Seller: WOLBACH JULIA
. WD, $10.00, BDY 34-14-13, ETC, PARCEL #00291-001-00
Buyer: LAMOTHE JEAN
Buyer: WATSON LARRY
Seller: WATSON LARRY
WD, $3,000.00, L7(16) J.B. EPPERSON ADDITION TOWN OF
WILLISTON
Buyer: CARNEGIE LAWRENCE R
Seller: JEFFERSON DANIEL


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WD, $10.00, BDY SE1/4 NE1/4 18-12-17, PARCEL #03511-002-00
Buyer: HENRY JERRY H
Buyer: HENRY CHARLES A.
Seller: HENRY MARY F DECEASED
Seller: HENRY JERRY H
WD, $8,500.00, L24(65) OAK RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer: PAREDES RENAN
Seller: NICHOLAS FLORA P
Seller: NICHOLAS WILLIAM FRANCIS
CD, $10.00, OR 918/574, 927/297, BDYNW1/4 SE1/4, OR
145/511, PARCEL #03575-002-00
Buyer: BINGHAM LINDA M
Buyer: COX THERESA G
Seller: BINGHAM LINDA M
Seller: COX THERESA G
WD, $22,000.00, L7(9) WILLISTON HGH #14
Buyer: GABRIEL MARLINE
Buyer: GABRIEL SELVIN
Seller: GREEN P ATRICI A
Seller: GREEN CHARLES
WD, $123,500.00, L105 TIGER ISLAND SPRORTSMEN CLUB,
BDY 28,33-13-13, ETC, PARCEL #19891-001-00
Buyer: SMITH JOY L
Seller: APPEL FAMILY TRUST
Seller: APPEL JOHN CONRAD
Seller: APPEL PATRICIA THERESE JONES
Seller: APPEL JOHN CONRAD TRUSTEE
Seller: APPEL PATRICIA THERESE JONES TRUSTEE
QCD, $10.00, BDY NE1/4 NE1/4 3-12-17, PARCEL #03278-117-00
Buyer: ALLEN LIN
Seller: MIDDLETON JOHN TTEE
CD, $10.00, L20(40) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: STEIN GIRALDO INC
Seller: HOFF ROBERTA J
WD, $100.00, BDY N1/2 SE1/4 15-12-14, ETC, PARCEL #01000-0.00-00
Buyer: JONES BRIAN
Buyer: JONES LINDA
Seller: FOLEY DON
Seller: FOLEY RUSSELENE
WD, $155,000.00, L3 TRIPLE CROWN FARMS # II
Buyer: DAVIS DONNA W
Buyer: WESSLING KIMBERLY L
Seller: RILEY LINDA L
SWD, $16,900.00, BDY SW1/4 NE1/4 19-11-17, PARCEL #03161-028-00
Buyer: DIXON ROJAS MARSHA .
Buyer: ROJAS MARSHA DIXON
Seller: ROBINSON CALVIN A
WD, $169,900.00, L14(19) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N.
Buyer: STACK PEGGY
Buyer: STACK ARTHUR
Seller: WEAVER MARY LOU
Seller: WEAVER MARY LOU TRUSTEE
Seller: WEAVER NORRIS
Seller: WEAVER NORRIS H TRUSTEE
WD, $150,000.00, BDY 35-10-15, PARCEL #01440-003-00
Buyer. LE THUY
Buyer: VAN DO THEN
Seller: JESTINE H BROCK TRUST
Seller: BROCK JESTINE H
Seller: BROCK JESTINE H TRUSTEE
WD, $130,000.00, L5-6 GREAT OAKS
Buyer: SULLIVAN GLENDO L
Seller: LYBASS OREGONE
Seller: LYBASS TILLINGHAST G
Seller: J FI LYBASS JR FAMILY LLC
WD, $27,000.00, L5(A) CASONS INGLIS ACRES #8
Buyer: PETTUS ROY E
Seller: FRANK ALBERT THOMAS
WD, $392,000.00, L29(83), L6,126)..L13(76) L-15(86). L19(104),
L1'l(99), L6(108), L20(81), L5(71), L5(130), L5k131),.
Buyer: PANTHER LAKE PROPERTIES LLC
Seller: 182 MAIN ST REALTY CORP
Seller: COQUERAN MICHAEL
Seller: YIOVES CHARILAOS "
QCD, $30,000.00, L30(24) WILLISTON HIGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: TRAN KIEU
Buyer: TRAN TR.ANG
Seller: MOMPEROUSSE MAGGY L
WD, $150,000.00, BDY NW1/4 5-17-16, ETC, PARCEL #03105-
014-00
Buyer: SOLANO ROBERT
Seller: RAIR INVESTMENTS INC
WD, $62,500.00, L 17 SEMINOLE FOREST, W/MH.
Buyer: BROWN SHERRY L
Buyer: BROWN CHRISTOPHER. .
Seller: VERONNEAU ELIZABETH
WD, $15.500.00, L15(A)RIVERSIDESD#2
Buyer: EVELETH TANDY L
Buyer: EVELETH SHAUN P
Seller: PADGETT KRISTI E
Seller: PADGETT PERRY J
QCD, $10.00, LI(C) CASONS INGLIS ACRES #8, W/MH
Buyer: MARGARET LOUISE MCWHORTER REVOCABLE LIVING
TRUST '
Buyer: MCWHORTER MARGARET LOUISE TRUSTEE
Seller: MCWHORTER MARGARET LOUISE
WD, $154,950.00, L30 HAMPTON FARMS, BDY 21-12-18, ETC
Buyer: BARON DIANAL L
Buyer: BARONPETERA
Seller: BARON PETER A
Seller: BARON JAMES D
WD, $8,950.00, L5-ABRONSON RANCHETTES, ETC
Buyer: PEREZ JORGE LUIS
Seller: H B HAYNE CORP
WD, $13,000.00,- 29(117) WILLISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: DENMAN ENTERPRISES INC
Seller: RODRIGUEZ AREA ..
Seller: CASINO JORGE L
WD, $21,500.00, L29(117) WILLISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: STEWART GREGORY
Buyer: MIDGLEY ROSE
Seller: DENMAN ENTERPRISES INC
CD, $10.00, L8-9(15).OCALAHGH WEST, W/MH .
Buyer: CAIN TERRY
Seller: STARR CLAUDIA
Seller: ALONSO CLAUDIA
CD, $10.00, L26-26A BDY 13-12-17, ETC
Buyer: VASSOU TAMMIE K
Buyer: PERKINS MARK A
Buyer: PERKINS MARY J
Buyer: KAYLOR JILL M
Seller: KAYLOR JILL M ,
Seller: PERKINS MARK .
CD, $10.00, L5(134) WILLISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: PLACIDE HERMIDE A
Buyer: PLACIDE JEAN R
Seller: ZAlvlBRANO BEATRIZ
Seller: DE PEREZ ISMENIAB B.
D, $10.00, L20(46) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: GREENWOOD SADIA'
Seller: EQUITY TRUST COMPANY TRUSTEE


WD, $10.00, L49(33) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: CADET INRIKA
Seller: ORANGE LAND GROUP LLC
CD, $10.00, BDY SW1/4 3-14-18, WIMH, PARCEL #04533-000-00
Buyer: QUALITY LAND DEVELOPERS LLC
Seller: GONNSEN THERESA E
Seller: GONNSEN DANIEL C
WD, $23,500.00, L23(97) WILLISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: E & W INVESTMENT PROPERTIES INC
!Seller: TIMMONSBRENDA
QCD, $1,000.00, L10(41) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer: HIRST SUSANA
Seller: DOWNING JEANNE M
Seller: DOWNINGJEANNE M TRUSTEE
Seller: DOWNING LOVING TRUST


Seller: DOWNING EDUCATIONAL TRUST
WD, $10.00, BDY SEI14 NW1/4 26-12-17, PARCEL #03563-025-00
Buyer: VILLEGAS JAIME
Seller: VILLEGAS HERNANDO
WD, $12,000.00, BDY SE114 NW1/4 26-12-17, PARCEL #03563-025-00
Buyer: KIRBY DARYL S
Seller: VILLEGAS JAIME
WD, $225,000.00, L 103 WINDING RIVER PRESERVE, BDY 15-11-16
Buyer: CHANTHAPHONH KESONE
Buyer: CHANTHAPHONH SAMRETH
Seller: AMERICAN LAND PARTNERS INC
Seller: FL LAND PARTNERS LLC
Seller: NATIONAL LAND PARTNERS LLC
WD, $940,000.00, L100 WINDING RIVER RESERVE, BDY 10-11-16
Buyer: ANDERSON GEORGE
Buyer: CORNELIUS DAVID T
Seller: AMERICAN LAND PARTNERS INC
Seller: FL LAND PARTNERS LLC
Seller: NATIONAL LAND PARTNERS LLC
WD, $995,000.00, L65WINDINGRIVERPRESERVE;BDY14,15-11-16
Buyer: COBB ROAD 65 LLC
Seller: AMERICAN LAND PARTNERS INC
Seller: FL LAND PARTNERS LLC
Seller: NATIONAL LAND PARTNERS LLC
WD, $210,000.00, L93WINDINGRIVERPRESERVE,BDY3,9,1b-11-16,
Buyer: GRIPPO GISELA
Seller: AMERICAN LAND PARTNERS INC
Seller: FL LAND PARTNERS LLC .
Seller: NATIONAL LAND PARTNERS LLC
WD, $995,000.00, L66 WINDING RIVER PRESERVE, BDY
14,15,22,23-11-16, ETC
Buyer: SALEHI SHARIF
Seller: AMERICAN LAND PARTNERS INC
Seller: FL LAND PARTNERS LLC
Seller: NATIONAL LAND PARTNERS LLC
WD, $355,000.00, L92 WINDING RIVER PRESERVE, BDY
3,4,9,10-11-16
Buyer: VARONIQUE CAROL
Seller: AMERICAN LAND PARTNERS INC
Seller: FL LAND PARTNERS LLC
Seller: NATIONAL LAND PARTNERS LLC
WD, $365,000.00, L80 WINDING RIVER PRESERVE, BDY 16-11-16
Buyer: VARONIQUE CAROL
Seller: AMERICAN LAND PARTNERS INC
Seller: FL LAND PARTNERS LLC
Seller: NATIONAL LAND PARTNERS LLC
WD, $270,000.00, L61 WINDING RIVER PRESERVE, BDY 11,14-11-16
Buyer: VARONIQUE CAROL
'Seller: AMERICAN LAND PARTNERS INC
Seller: FL LAND PARTNERS LLC
Seller: NATIONAL LAND PARTNERS LLC"
WD, $109,000.00, L3 LORE ESTATES, W/MH
Buyer: FOX PATRICIA A
Buyer: FOX JACK B
Seller: MCHARD NELIA
Seller: GAVIN RICHARD
WD, $18,900.00, BDY L3(F) MANATEE FARMS ESTATES #2
Buyer: PHANORD FRITZ
Seller: DELLASCIO THERESA
Seller: DELLASCIO EDWARD A
WD, $11,500.00, L20(C) COUNTRY ESTATES
Buyer: CLARKE KEMEISHA A
Buyer: TOURNESY RICHARD
Seller: LIVONI RICHARD
QCD, $10.00, BDY 1-11-16. ETC, PARCEL #02313-000-00
Buyer: FL LAND PARTNERS LLC
Seller: PEDERSEN HARRIETT M
Seller: PEDERSEN GEORGE A
Buyer: PEDERSEN HARRIETT M
Buyer: PEDERSEN GEORGEA A
Seller: AMERICAN LAND PARTNERS INC ,
Seller: FL LAND PARTNERS LLC
Seller: NATIONAL LAND PARTNERS LLC
QCD, $10.00, BDY 10,11,15,16,20,21-11-16, ETC, SEE IMAGE
Buyer: WINDING RIVER PRESERVE HOMEOWNERS
ASSOCIATION INC
Seller: AMERICAN LAND PARTNERS INC
Seller: FL LAND PARTNERS LLC
Seller: NATIONAL LAND PARTNERS LLC
E, $10.00, BDY 1-11-16, ETC, SEE IMAGE
.Buyer: PEDERSEN HARRIETT M
Buyer: PEDERSEN GEORGE A
Seller: AMERICAN LAND PARTNERS INC
Seller: FL LAND PARTNERS LLC
Seller: NATIONAL LAND PARTNERS LLC
E, $10.00. BDY 11,12-11-,16, ETC, SEE IMAGE
Buyer: SOLANO ROBERT L
Seller: AMERICAN LAND PARTNERS INC
Seller: WINDING RIVER PRESERVE HOMEOWNERS
ASSOCIATION INC
Seller: FL LAND PARTNERS LLC
Seller: NATIONAL LAND PARTNERS LLC
WD, $11,500.00, L19(C) COUNTRY ESTATES
Buyer: RAYMOND PATRICIA
Buyer: RAYMOND RANDOLPH
Seller: LIVONI RICHARD '
E, $10.00, BDY 6-17-16, ETC, SEE IMAGE
Buyer: FELBURN FOUNDATION INC
Seller: TOWN OF YANKEETOWN
Seller: YANKEETOWN TOWN OF
WD, $20,000.00, L6(2) OCALA HGH WEST
Buyer: AGERTER CAROL J
Seller: GOULD NANCY
WD, $295.000.00, L77 WINDING RIVER PRESERVE, BDY
11,12-11-16, SEE IMAGE.
Buyer: LISLE X 0 III.
Buyer: LISLE JULIED D
Seller: AMERICAN LAND PARTNERS INC
Seller: FL LAND PARTNERS LLC
Seller: NATIONAL LAND PARTNERS LLC.
WD, $10.00, L389 UNIVERSITY ESTATES. BDY 3-12-17
Buyer: JIMENEZ PAOLA
Buyer: JIMENEZ NELSON E "
'Seller: SHAW LINDAW ,'
Seller: SHAW FRED A '
WD, $45,000.00; L389 UNIVERSITY ESTATES, BDY 3-12-17, W/MH
Buyer: COLON HECTOR LUIS :
Seller: JIMENEZ NELSON
WD, $325,000.00;, L49 WINDING RIVER PRESERVE, BDY 16-
11-16 '
Buyer: DIWAN RAUF.
Buyer: DIWAN ABIDA GUAM .
Seller: AMERICAN LAND PARTNERS INC
Seller: FL LAND PARTNERS LLC
Seller: NATIONAL LAND PARTNERS LLC
WD, $390,000.00, L54 WINDING RIVER PRESERVE, BDY 15-
11-16, ETC
Buyer: BATUNGBAKAL NOEL


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Buyer: DE GUZMAN MARIETA
Buyer: LAGAZO RIZALINA P
Buyer: MACAISA FREDA D
Buyer: PAULIN MYRNA
Buyer: RACPAN JOSE MARIE PERCIVAL
Seller: AMERICAN LAND PARTNERS INC
Seller: FL LAND PARTNERS LLC
Seller: NATIONAL LAND PARTNERS LLC
WD, $535,000.00, L75 WINDING RIVER PRESERVE, BDY 11-
11-16, ETC
Buyer: DAROJAT MILAGROS
Buyer: DAROJAT ABU
Seller: AIMIERICAN LAND PARTNERS INC
Seller: FL LAND PARTNERS LLC
Seller: NATIONAL LAND PARTNERS LLC
WD, $24,000.00, L10-11(25) WILLISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: CALVO VERONICA .
,Buyer: CALVO'LUIS
Seller: MILLER OWEN E
Seller: MILLER RUTH M DECEASED
WD, $21,000.00, L17(52) WILLISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer: GONZALEZ JUANA
Seller: DOPPLERDAVE INC
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Seller: PABON OLGA E
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Buyer: COQUERANJ MICHAEL
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Couples apply for



marriage licenses

Julian Mastronni Morris, 9/11/71 and Fifi Trameka James.
7/20/79, both of Williston.
Paul Douglas Collins, 1/15/56, and Linda Carol Currier,
2/12/58, both of Inglis.
William Colon, 10/10/65, aridAlma Lorraine May Farrier,
11/11/65, both of Bronson. .
David Carroll Moesch,: 8/1/62, and Vicki Rae Halkola,
11/17/57, both of Inglis.



Blood needed


Gov. Jeb Bush and Lt.
Gov. Toni Jennings gave
blood recently on the steps
of the Capitol building to
highlight the state's blood
shortage thissummer and to,
encourage all Floridians to
contribute to the state's blood
supply.
LifeSouth Community
Blood Centers is one of,
11 blood centers serving
hospitals iin. the State of
Florida and, like many others,
has, experienced an ongoing
shortage this summer.
The concern, according to
LifeSouth officials, is that
the local community and the
entire state are not prepared
to handle normal blood needs
much less emergency needs
caused by threats such as
hurricanes..
"Floridians have learned
all too well during hurricane
season that disasters and
accidents don't take summer'
vacations, they just happen.
"Gov. Bush said. "And
when they happen, it is
critical that much-needed
blood is on the shelves. You
my save a life."
S"Summer is traditionally


a slower time for blood
donation and many blood
centers throughout Florida
are currently facing severe
blood shortages and some are
even struggling to meet the
demands of hospitals," Lt.
Gov. Jennings said,
LifeSouth's Florida centers
are currently short of types 0
and B. To donate blood you
must be at least 17 years old,
weight 110 pounds or more
and show a photo I.D.
Please call toll free at
888-795-2707 to make an
appointment to donate at one.
of LifeSouth's nine donor
centers in Florida. For more
information about donation
locations and times, please
visit www.lifesouth.org.
If established times are not
convenient, LifeSouth will be
happy to schedule a special
appointment time. LifeSouth
Florida Donor Centers, are: .
Brooksville (352) 596-2002,
Chiefland (352) 490-7410,
Gainesville (352) 334-1000,
Inverness (352) 344-5332,
Lake City (386) 755-0480.
Lecanto (352), 5427-3061,
Ocala (352): 622-3544, and
Palatka (3 86) 328-7299.


Seminar set for seniors


who want to work

Seniors interested in re-entering the workforce are invited
to a seminar and job club meeting Friday, Sept. 30,'at the
Central Florida Community College University Center, 3001
S.W. College Road, building 41, room 110.
Ed Kelly, author of "Your Move into the World of Work"
'vill discuss steps for a smooth transition from retirement to
full-or part-time employment from 9 to 11 a.m.
The Pathways Job Club will meet from 11 a.m. to noon
to discuss job opportunities 'with spotlight Employer Home
Depot. A representative from the One Stop Workforce
Connection will also attend.
Attendees can participate, in the seminar, job club or
both.
Pathways, a program for adults in or nearing retirement is
hosting the event.
For more information, or to register, call Pathways at 291-







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IDive from front


ITax


from front


between 90 and 100 feet, so
we will have to rid ourselves
of nitrogen," Hale explained,
"If it was only 30 or 40 feet we
wouldn't have de-compress."
Getting lost isn't really a
concern because the divers
carry heavy cord lines to
mark their way.
"Most of the established
caves are already lined. All
you have to do is hook into
the main line if you. want
to go off and explore a side
cave," Brown said.
Hale said that the three will
remain within sight of each
other during their dive for
safety reasons.
"You have to stay close
in case you have to share a
tank," he said.
Training and safety are
foremost in this sport.
"The best advice is to go
slowly and get the training
you need. Then it isn't .that
dangerous," Hale said.
Farkas points out that the
stakes are high enough to
keep a diver's attention on
what is happening while
down below.
"If you make a serious
mistake, you can die," she
said.
Safety is also foremost, in
the eyes of the state when it
comes to diving at Manatee
Springs.
Sally Lieb, park director,
said that Manatee Springs is
popular because the springs
and the cost.
"Divers like the springs.
It will sure bring you out
of there. We are also less
expensive. We charge about
half of what the privately
owned sites charge," Lieb
said.
"We. also have a lot of
rules and we enforce them.
Dixers have to lea' e their
(certification) cards \ith us.


IDeath
from front
few months ago and set
up a date in which numer-
ous FHP troopers came to the
countymand spend a full day
with traffic control acti cities.
"'They were here for 12
hours and \rote more than
180 citations, and yet the
deaths still continued."
Bastak said.
He said his observations
lead him to believe that im-
patience on some of the four-
lane highways may be a ma-
jor factor.
SNow that Alt. 27 is four
lanes from Chiefland to Mar-
ion County, speed limits are
high and at certain times of
the day those \ fishing to en-
ter the roadway may have to
wait. .
S "People are trying to shoot
across two lanes of traffic. A
particularly bad intersection
is County Road 335-A and
Alt. 27. People t n to shoot
across and aren't making it,"
the captain said.
The intersection is located
a short distancewest of Wil-
liston, and the city police
chief there said he too has
wondered about ihe cause.
"Alternate 27 is complet-
ed and the speed limit is 65
mph. I think that some people
aren't judging the speed that
the traffic is traveling well.
"I think that some are just
getting impatient. There are
times when you will have to '
wait a while to get across the
highway.
"It's hard to understand.
A few weeks ago a sheriff's
deputy parked at that inter-
section just to have a pres-
ence there, and an accident
happened right in, front of


him," Williston Police Chief
Dan Davis said.
Similar accidents have
happened outside Chiefland
and along Alt. 27 since the
highway became four lanes.
The. most recent deaths,
those of a mother and her
child near Bronson, were list-
ed as possibly being caused
by wet roads and bad weather
by the Florida Highway Pa-
trol,


No one dives alone ever. Other
divers will actually report them
to us if there is no partner. We
tell them to get out of the water
and go find a partner or don't
go back'in.
"We ask that they come out of


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the water and check out by 5
p.m. That gives us a chance
to start a rescue search if it
becomes necessary while
it is still daylight," Lieb
explains.


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Journal photo by Ken Dougherty
THOUGH IT'S a challenging activity, diving is also
an expensive one.


much disparity in the assess-
ment process and something
needed to be done--and in a
hurry.
Hanover said he had done
extensive research on Levy
County assessments ,and
found there was no equity
among properties in that
which he surveyed.
"Everybody answers. to
somebody," he said, as he
asked the commission to
delve into what is going on in
the assessors' office.
He also said lean, econom-
ic times demanded that bud-
gets be trimmed and asked
the commissioners to take a
serious, look at the county's
$57 million budget and tight-
en the belt.
Helen Ciallella, owner of
B's Marina and Campground,,
echoed Hanover's statements
as she told the commissioners
that this latest round of as-
sessments will drive her out
of business by January be-
cause she can no longer dip
into her personal savings to
pa\ her tax bill.
"Somebody needs to figure
out what the hell is going on
in this cotint,." she said.
Ciallella said. she had
hoped to continue her life as
a vital part of her community


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and a good steward of Levy
County, but it's no longer
economically viable for her
to do so.
Many of those who spoke
against their assessments said
they had already addressed
their concerns with the prop-
erty appraisers' office and
had been directed to attend
Monday's hearing.
Unfortunately, Chairman
Tony Park explained, the
commissioners have no au-
thority over the assessment,
process and if their concerns
are not satisfied with the as-
sessors' office, they should
follow up with an appeal to
the. Board of Adjustments.
Parker, Lilly Rooks and
Nancy Bell all said they were
hearing much of this for the


first time. They expressed ap-
preciation to all those who
vented, telling them they, too,
are concerned and will be-
come better educated to what
is going on with the taxation
process.

The commissioners also
provided phone numbers,
contact names and meeting
information to the irate tax-
payers in an effort to direct
them to the right agencies to
deal with their concerns.
After the two hour vent
session, the commissioners
tentatively approved the $57
million advertised budget.
The second hearing and
adoption of the budget is next
Monday at 6:30 at the court-
house.


Firemen told to live within budget
BY CAROLYN RISNER
MANAGING EDITOR
County fire departments will have to live m ith their 35 percent
increase because there just aren't enough re% enues to justify more
substantial increases.
That was what fire chiefs were told M Ionday when'the Levy
County Board of Cotuit Commissioners met to discuss budget pro-
posals prior to the budget adoption.
Commissioners pledged to help the siruggling departments as
they seek ways to economize and asked for a final report on those
ways next week.,
The departments were asking for an additional $63,000 to bolster
already lacking budgets,


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