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Table of Contents
    Main
        Page 1
    Main: Around Levy County
        Page 2
        Page 3
    Main: Opinion
        Page 4
    Main: Law and Courts
        Page 5
        Page 6
    Main: Sports & Recreation
        Page 7
    Main: Around Levy County continued
        Page 8
    Main: Obituaries
        Page 9
    Main: Around the Courthouse
        Page 10
    Main: Classified and Legals
        Page 11
        Page 12
        Page 13
        Page 14
    Main: Honoring Our Brave Veterans
        Page 15
    Main: Remembering the Greatest Generation
        Page 16
        Page 17
        Page 18
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IE COUNTY PAPER


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Red Devils on fire
Page 7








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Saluting the best
Pages 1-4B

OBITUARIES


Betty Bryan
Joshua Catlett
Lossie Deen
Carrie Griffin
Lawrence Johnson
Lawrence Kalandyk
Ralph McRae
Martin Miller
Howard Rundell
Edwin Smith
HOME OF...


Mary Sadler
of Bronson


CONTENTS.


Around Le\- 2, 3, 8
Opinion 4
Law & Courts 5
Sports & Recreation 7
Obituaries 9
Land Transactions 10
Classifieds 11
Legals 12-13
Tides 13
Veterans Salute 1-4B


THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2005 2 SECTIONS: 18 PAGES


INSIDE

1


BY CAROLYN RISNER
MANAGING EDITOR
The volunteer firemen of
Bronson were told Monday
night that they need put aside'
their emotions and do what's
best for the town.
The charge came after
Councilwoman Melody
LaFlam, who acts as fire
.department liaison, recom-
mended the town council not
ratify the fire department's
October election- in which
Rick Lombardo was chosen
fire chief.
"We need to do what's best
for the town," LaFlam said,
as she read from notes detail-
ing why she was making the
recommendation to not ap-
prove the election.
"M fr. Lombardo would not
be a wise choice for the town
of Bronson," she said.


The councilwoman said
she had spent the last month
talking to firemen, includ-
ing chiefs from other depart-
ments, as well as individuals
who knew Lombardo and the
consensus was he was not
what the town needs.
The controversy first arose
last month when firemen had
a heated discussion of wheth-
er to follow the bylaws.
According to .30-year fire
department veteran Bob
O'Connor the bylaws- state
the .fire chief should live in
the fire district and be an ac-
tive member.
-Lombardo lives in Fowler's
Bluff and is predominately on
call for fire response during
the day when he is working

See Fire Page 6


50 cents per copy


Soldier proves she's a 'star'

Honey Brown finds adventure during WWII


Voters get choice


on tax exemptions

BY CAROLYN RISNER
MANAGING EDITOR
Luring industry to an area benefits almost everyone when it
means adding to the tax base and increasing jobs. Next year,
Levy County voters will have the chance to enhance the pos-
sibilties when they vote on a tax exemption referendum.
At Tuesday's meeting of the county commissioners, Mi-
chael Jones of the Nature Coast Business Development
Council asked that county leaders call for a referendum that
will give the county power to exempt some businesses from
taxes.
Jones said providing incentives or exemptions will attact
manufacturers to the area and will make Levy County. com-
petitive for those businesses.
The commissioners' agreed and the question will appear on
the Nov. 7, 2006 ballot. Should voters approve the measure,
the commissioners will examine each prospective industry on
a case by case basis when determining what tax incentives
will or will not be given.
A similar plan was in effect until 2002, but has since ex-
pired. The. approved referendum lasts'10 years and must be
renewed by a majority of the voters.
In other business, the county commissioners will meet with
the school board later this month to discuss the implementa-
tion of impact fees.
Bob Clemons, finance director for the Levy County School
Board, said preliminary studies indicate that it will cost
$500,000 to accommodate 50 new students.
On average, about 65 new students enter Levy County
schools each year. In addition to classrooms and teachers,
new technology must also be provided.
"We don't want to put too much of a burden on anyone,"
Clemons said. "Growth doesn't pay for itself.' Who will pay
for growth?"
The two groups will meet, along with several area builders,
in a workshop to discuss which avenue they will pursue. The
meeting will. be held at night to garner public comment, the
commissioners said.



Bronson says no


to chief selection


BY KEN DOUGHERTY
STAFF WRITER
Huddling in bomb shelters
in London, dodging sniper
bullets in Paris, blowing an
aircraft tire while landing
on the beach at Normandy,
working to keep troops
supplied while fighting the
Battle of the Bulge and
living in knee-deep mud
on the French countryside
wasn't exactly what a young
Ohio girl had in mind in
1942 when she decided to
join military service that
would award her a bronze
star for bravery.
"I'm not sure that I would
have done it if I'd known
what Iwas getting myself
into," Floyette "Honey"
Brown said earlier this
week.
Brown was awarded the
Bronze Star while in France.
The, medal is typically
awarded to combat soldiers
who go above and beyond
the call of duty and the WAC
was deemed qualified for it
for paying more attention to
her duties than the snipers.
She was assigned to. a
headquarters operation in
Europe and !supervised a
unit with a mission to keep
..... ... up to I.., and
cmt orders to get suppliess to
the units in need:.
It wasn't a' job that she
took lightly.
"We kept track of what
we had, took the orders
for the supplies and we cut
the orders so they could
be shipped to the front.
Even back then, no one
could move.without written
orders," she recalls.
Her three-year stint with
the Army began quietly
enough with an assignment
to Washington, D.C.
"We were assigned to an
anti-aircraft battery. A lot of
people didn't know that the
batteries were there around
Washington; they were kept
hidden," she said.
She and her unit were
assigned the detection and
aiming duties for one of the
batteries.
"We had radar to detect
an attack, machines that
would determine altitude
and speed. We had a test and


hit the target three times,. We
were X Battery the x is for
experimental," she said.
Then that assignment
suddenly ended and her unit
returned to clerical, duties.
"They said 'Thank you. We
know we can depend on you
if we need you,' then sent us
back," Brown said.
Volunteering for overseas
duty cost her a reduction in
rank from corporal to private,
but volunteer she did.
"It was something they
were doing at that time. There
was a lot of discrimination
back then,", she said.
Neither was it the last time
she would take a demotion,
either.
She said that when she
made the change from the
women's army auxiliary to
the Women's Army Corps,
she again lost a stripe.
"There was :.nothing
disciplinary about it. It was
just the way they did things,"
she said.


Hospice will help those grieving cope


BY KEN DOUGHERTY
STAFF WRITER
For those who lost a loved
one they were close to the
holidays can be difficult, so
Hospice planned a special
seminar to help survivors
enjoy the festive season as
much as possible.
"We know that your holi-
days will never be the same
again. We know that this first
year will be very hard, but we
want you to get as much en-
joyment out of the holidays
as possible," Robert Wine-
berg, team administrator for
what is now called Haven
Hospice, told the small group,


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REACH US

Managing Editor
Carolyn Risner
Phone
(3521490-4462


A SPECIAL SEMINAR for those who face their holi-
day season without those who were close to them
was held at Haven Hospice in Chiefland this week.


Fax
(3521490-4490 Chlefland
(3521486-5042 Bronson
Email
editor@levyiournal.com
Address
P.O. Box 159 Bronson, FL 32621-0159
P.O. Box 2990 Chlefland, FL 32044-2990


of survivors at the Care Cen-
ter in Chiefland this week.
He said that everyone is
different, that people.should
make decisions about what is
right for them and he encour-
aged them to plan a little for
the holidays.
"You may wish to do all
of the things you've always
done; you may wish to do
only some or one of the things
you've done in the past. Only
you can decide that, but a lit-
tle planning will help a lot,"
he said.
'A new workbook that al-


See Cope Page 8


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Orders overseas led
to a trip on the Queen
Mary's upper, and more
comfortable, deck.
"The Queen Mary was
converted for military
service shortly after the
war started. We were on the
upper deck in a suite while
the men were all below
decks. The good thing was
we could go out on deck
any time we wanted to; the
down side was we could
only take showers with salt
water," she explained.
Five days later she was
in London getting blitzed
by the Germans.
"The buzz bombs were
really bad. One time the
building across from us was
hit. On another occasionr
we were in a theater and,,
the manager told us to
leave by the emergency
exits because a bomb just
removed the marquee from
the building. We would go
See Star Page 8


Chiefland

gets grant
The city of Chiefland
learned Tuesday that it has
been awarded a $650,000
Community Development
Block Grant for sewerage
and waterline improve-
ment.
Mayor Teresa Barron
said the grant will help fund
the first phase of a $3 2 mil-
lion project.
Additionally, the mayor
said. because some city
streets will be torn up for
the water improvements, it
\\ ill mean some new paving
will occur within the city.


The Levy County Journal
believes in good stewardship of"
the land. That's why we print
on 100 percent
recycled newsprint.
Protecting our future TODAY!


VOL. 82, NO. 18


Journal photo by Ken Dougherty
HONEY, BROWN'S children and grandchildren
found her military service years interesting so she
gathered her memoirs and keepsakes then pro-
duced a book for each of them.


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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


Page 2


AROUND LEVY COUNTY


THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2005


Cattlemen discuss property rights


BY PORTIA SACHE
CONTRIBUTING WRITER
Property rights and animal
health were featured topics at
the semi-annual Levy County
Cattlemen and Landowners
Association meeting on
Thursday, Oct. 27.
Approximately 100
members and guests enjoyed
barbecued beef and all the
trimmings at the picturesque
Whitehurst Lodge, the
traditional site of the fall
meeting.
Steve Coop, a
representative of Novartis
Animal Health presented
an informative program on
herd health. He explained
that vaccines are available to
combat diseases such as BVD
(Bovine Rhinotracheitis Viral
diarrhea), that affect cattle.
He urged cattleman to consult
with their veterinarians
to establish programs for
individual herds.
Alachua County cattleman,
Bill Deas presented a program
about property rights. Deas,
whose family pioneered the
Levy County cattle industry
explained, "Urbanization
has created challenges to,
private property rights."
He further stated, "Private
property rights are as much a
part of our civil liberties"...
as other liberties outlined in


OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS of the Levy County Cattlemen's Association,
front, from left, Leon Clyatt, Eugene Carter and Dr. Bill Bennett. Back, Pug
Whitehurst, Van Whitehurst, Brad Etheridge, Art Nussel and Tom Harper..


the American Bill of Rights.
Jim Handley, executive
\ice president of the Florida
Cattlemen's Association
echoed the words of Deas
during his report on statewide,
issues facing cattlemen. He.
urged cattleman to become
aware of issues at the local
level and to "get engaged to
protect property rights.",


Chiefland police chief

search narrows to four
The Chiefland City Commission has selected five candi-
dates to interview for police chief, but one has withdrawn his
name for consideration.
Selected for interviews are Nat Ingram of Cedar Key, Ru-
dolph Hinson of Tallahassee. Gregory Futch of Chuluota and
Robert Douglas .of.Morriston. ..... -
The fifth candidate, Frederick Silber ofMiami. withdrew.
from consideration.
Interviews with the new candidates will take place on Nov.
15 and 17 at city hall. ,


AMVETS needed
The Bronson AMTVETS \\ill participate No\. 11 in the Vet-
erans Day Parade in Bronson. All AMNVETS are urged to join
in the celebration that begins at 3 p.m. on Court Street.


WHOLESALE TILE NORTH, '
Largest Selection,
Best-Prices,
R ayo& Heidi
352- Z,86-0063
Hours: 9-6 Mon.L- Fri.
9-4 Sat.
810 E. Thrasher St.
RT,24) Bronson
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Poor flMan s Rlurrcry v
Year around Bashets
:- Dish Gardens
._^ Prices that cater to the poor man
Will deliver locally '. '
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Handley reported that
Hurricane Wilm.i caused
more wind damage (in south
Florida) than what people
realize., He stated, "There
is a lot of water down there
but the cattle industry (there)
fared better than the citrus,
\ egetables and sugar cane."
New officers, elected are
as follows: Tom Harper-


president, Van Whitehursi
vice president, Dr. Bi
Bennett-secretary/treasurer.
The Board of directors ar
Eugene Carter, Leon Clyat
Brad Etheridge, Leslie Keen<
Art Nus.sel, Don Quince
and Pug Whitehurst.
State Director is Pu
Whitehurst.


News Briefs

Head Start plans Night Out
Head Start/Early Head Start Family Night Out will be held
at the Joyce Bullock Elementary.School Cafeteria in Williston
on Nov. 10 from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. This is for the parents of
Head Start students in Williston, Bronson and Yankeetown.
Head Start stresses the importance of a male role model.
The guest speakers for this event will be Johnny Jones and
Mike Delucas. Child care, free entertainment and a free dinner
will be provided.
Everyone can benefit from this event. Formore information
contact Sabrina Tanner at (352) 486-5531 or 1-800-303-
7812.
AARP Safe Driving Class set
An AARP safe driving program for seniors will be held on
Monday, Nov. 21 and Tuesday, No\..22 in the Conference
Room of the Capital City Bank, 2012 N. Young Blvd.,
Chiefland. It is scheduled to start at 9 a.m. and finish at 1
p.m. each day.
This is an eight-hour course given over two days that can
be beneficial in that there are many ways to compensate for
the changes that occur, physically and mentally, as we grow
older.
Check with; your auto insurance agent to find out the
amount of discount you will be given on your premium for
completing this program. Seating is limited so call 352-493-
7597 to register. Jean da Costa is the instructor.


t- Rohan I ill speak to Woman's Club
11. Dan Rohan, noted weekly columnist for the Cin-ms County
C0i o7icli, will be the featured speaker at the Nov. 15, meeting
re of the Yankeetown-Ilglis Republican Club at the Yankeetown.
, Woman's Club on 56 Street.
e, Rohan will.. discus. Medicare and Part D covering
y prescription drugs. This is especially for senior citizens so we
will also be having a question and answer session. ,
g The meeting will be on Tuesda. No\. 15 at 6 p.m. with
dinner being served at 6:30 p.m. Turkey and dressing will be
provided by the club. Members and guests are asked to bring
a dish to share--vegetable, salad or dessert. etc., .and your
table service.
Bring your friends and neighbors, as you will be getting the
real scoop'on the prescription drugs problem. Reservations are
mandatory by Friday, Nov. 11. Please call Edith at 447-2622.
or Scotty at 447-2895 for reservations and more information.
Commodities to be distributed
USDA Commodity Distribution for Levy County will be at:
the follow ing locations;
No\. 18, at Inglis Community Center from 1-2 p.m.
Nov. 12, at Chiefland atthe Methodist Church. 707 Main
Street from 10-11 a.m. .p
No\. 7I at \Villiston at'the Lions Club from 1:30-3 p.m.
USDA is available to all eligible recipients. There will be
certification available to those who have not registered. If you
have any questions please call 352-336-0839.

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VFW Auxiliary 5625

sponsors children's

essay, coloring contest


The Women's Auxiliary of
the Veterans of Foreign War
(VFW) Post 5625 announces
a coloring and/or essay con-
test for children. The theme is
"Uncle Sam Needs You" and
the deadline to have all en-
tries in is Monday, Nov.29.
The contest has three levels
for children in kindergarten
through 6th grade. Children
in kindergarten through 2nd
grade can color Uncle Sam, a
line drawing available at the
Chiefland Post, 1104 S. Main
St. (U.S. Hwy. 19 S.). 'Chil-
dren in grades 3 and 4 can
draw Uncle Sam according to
their own interpretation.
The drawing must be no
larger than 13" by 13", must
be on unlined paper, poster


board or canvas. The draw-
ing should be done in pencil,
pen, watercolor or crayon (no
oils).
Children in grades 5 and 6
can write a 175 to 200 word
essay entitled "How Did Unr
cle Sam Get His Name and
How Did His Image Affect
America."
-First prize winning en-
tries will all be entered in
the statewide Department of
Florida VFW contest. First,
second, and third-place win-
ners in each category will re-
ceive prizes, recognition, and
special awards.
For more information or to
receive an entry blank, please
call the Chiefland VFW Post
at (352) 493-1159.


BYASHLEY SHEWEY
'SPECIAL TO THE JOURNAL
When it comes to natural
history ofthe state, the Florida
Museum of Natural History
is getting straight to the point.
Needlepoint that is'.
The museum and the
Quilters of Alachua County
Day Guild are no\\ accepting.
submissions for the new.
exhibit. ."Quilting Natural
Florida," set to open June 10.
The 12-week exhibit will
showcase quilts that illustrate
the natural history ofthe state.
The idea for the exhibit was
presented, by. the guild and
supported by the museum.
"It is a new form of
expression," said Darcie
l MacNlahon, the head of
exhibits at the museum.
XMacN Iahon said the exhibit
will be unique and will bring
Sa new audience into the
museum.
"We will be getting a lot
of out-of-tow\ners who are
interested in fiber arts," she
said.
_lacMlahon said the special
events for the exhibit are still
in the planning stages, butshe
knows the guild is planning
on inviting various quilting
teachers from around the
state to participate.
On opening day, the exhibit
will have a documentation
day, which allows people to
bring in their quilts and send
their information to the state
and national quilt alliances.
"There is going to be 'a
mob," said Gloria Comstock,
the exhibit coordinator and a
member of the guild. "I hope
the museum realizes what a
big deal this is going to be."
Comstock said she has
always wanted to. pursue
Usher idea for a quilt exhibit,
especially after visitingg the
museum.
"I thought well; you had
this thought for some time-
and just for fun,let's run it up
the flagpole," Comstock said.
"I never thought that they
would hook on to it."
Comstock said the idea
for the exhibit was beneficial
to both the quilters and the
museum.
"They are trying as a,
museum to try and get cheap .
exhibits for the summer, so
thisjust fell right withinn that,"
she said. "It's interesting how
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where it's good for both
parties."
Comstock said this will
be a juried exhibit, meaning
the submissions must meet
certain criteria. .
"TheV wVon't be too hot and
bothered about technique,"
she said, "but you do. have,
to have subject matter \\ within
the mission statement .of,
museum."
Comstock said the mission'
statement "of the museum
is that entries must be
'representational or symbolic
of Florida's flora, fauna or
environment.
Comstock's personal entry
is themed around pine trees.
oak leaves, and acorns.
"We can't have a quilt with
just. flip-flops on it," she said.
"It doesn't fulfill the mission
statement."
Comstock said the guild
has never participated in a
museum exhibit, but some
members of the guild have
experience with events such,
as this one.


AROUND LEVY COUNTY


New Record Holder


NEW MILE RECORD HOLDER Logan Smith, at
far left, broke a 14-year-old record with a time of
5:58 in the Annual Chiefland Elementary School
Run for Fun last week. Pictured with Smith are
coaches Wendell Corbin and Robin Hardee. The
winner of the girl's rase was Lashae Smith with a
time of 6:50. Both winners are 10 years old.

Support group meets Nov. 15

Family Caregiver Support Group will meet at the Homestead
Restaurant, U.S. Hwy. 19, Fanning Springs, on No\. 15, at 11
a.m.
For more information, please call Sandra McKay at 1-800-
8'18-3277.


"We have a very rich
personnel to pull from for
this activity," she said.
Comstock said the exhibit
is open to the public and
anyone in the state of Florida
may submit a quilt.. She said
that she expects: most of the
work to come from local
quilters and already has one
submission.
Comstock said- the size
of the exhibit is yet to be
determined. She said she
expects anywhere between
20 to 125 entries. Comstock
added that not all quilts will
be the same size. Some will
be tiny, others quite large, she
said -.
"The beauty of this is that
you can have a few quilts and
really display each of them
very importantly, or you can
have many," Comstock said.
Comstock said the biggest
benefit of the exhibit will
be the ability to educate the
community about quilting.
"It's going to give us a
story about Florida." she


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focus is on quilts.
"Quilts are very powerful
in their communication to
people, not only visually but
emotionally," she said. "It's
an art you can wrap yourself
around."'
The deadline, for
submissions is Feb. 20.
For .more information on,
the exhibit, contact Gloria
Comstock by phone at (352),
335-1729 or by email at
rgl0001@bellsouth.net
Entry forms can be found
on the museum's website at
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2005


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News Briefs


Winter Fest plans begin
Chiefland Winter Festival and Christmas Parade organiz-
ers are looking for artists to join in the festival by setting up
booths with their creations. For more information, call Ja-
net Minor, executive director of the Greater Chiefland Area
Chamber of Commerce, at 493-1849. Applications for the
Christmas Parade are also available now.

Double Sink reunion set
Come and joins iis at the Double Sink School Reunion to be
held at Helen Usher's place on the Suwannee River at Fanning
Springs on Saturday, Nov. 12, from 10:30 until.
Lunch will be catered by the Homestead Restaurant, except
for desserts; members are asked to bring, desserts. Please come
and reminisce with us about the good old days with Ms. Marie
Meeks, now 95 years young and the last remaining one room
schoolteacher.

Fair volunteers needed
The Levy County Fair organizers are looking for volunteers
with experience and expertise to lead committees for the various,
contests and events.
Volunteers are already on board for a steer and heifer show,
and more"are needed for any of the man\ possible events to be
held in the event scheduled for fall of 2006. Volunteers do not
have to be a member of the Greater Bronson Area Chamber of
Commerceto join in organizing the fair. ,
For more information, call Bob Levesque at 486-8029.


Quarterback Club to meet
The Bronson High School Quarterback Club will be meeting
on0 Motnday. Nov. 14, 2005, at 6 p.m. at the Bronson Town
Hall. All football parents and anN one interested in supporting
the quarterback club are invited to attend. There \\ill be a
discussion about the new stadium at the new Bronson High
School..Please plan to attend. '

Tourism Council plans meeting
The Levy County To6rist Development Council -6 ill meet on
Thursday, Nov. 18, at 6 p.m. at B's M Iarina and Campground,
6621 Riverside Drive, Yankeetown, Fla. 34498.

Purple Heart Veterans collecting donations
During this \\ eek commemorating war veterans, the Purple
Heart Veterans will be out and about at various locations in
our community collecting donations.
The\ \ ill be selling the. Purple Heart Viola and all dona-
tions benefit the tri-county area nursing homes and Hospice
facilities.
When you see a veteran selling this little purple flower,
.please gi\e generously, and let him or.her.kno\v ho\\ much
you appreciate their sacrifice for our freedoms!


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OPINION


THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2005


OUR VIEW

m
Like your freedom? Thank a vet
On Nov, 11, America will celebrate the greatest
heroes of our times-this nation's veterans.
I ic,, men and women sacrificed of themselves,
dedicating their lIloI iis to the cause we call Freedom.
Freedom always comes wiith a price and for many of these
servicemen and woman the price was often supreme. From
the Argonne Forest to the sands of Iwo Jima; from Pork
Chop Hill in Korea to Hamburger Hill in Vietnam and back
across the waters to the Persian Gulf-during the last 100
years, this nation has endured tremendous strife and painful
loss.
The key word is endured-followed by prosperous. Today
we all enjoy what Thomas Jefferson termed our inalienable
rights: Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Because
these men and women respected freedom, they fought, they
sacrificed and they believed-not only in themselves, but in"
this nation.
Let us never take our freedom for granted. Hold on to it;
cherish it and respect its sheer existence. We enjoy what
we have because of that patriot dream that sees beyond the
years. Isn't it still comforting to know that even with our
faults, we still live in the land of the free and the home of the
brave?
Thank you, veterans. You are appreciated.


Treasure the 1st Amendment

A nd along those same lines, as a newspaper
committed to truth, integrity, loyalty and hard
work, we believe it is only appropriate at this
time of year to be especially grateful to this
country's armed forces. For scores of years brave men and
women have fought to preserve the First Amendment, which
enables newspapers to continue to print stories of relevance
to their communities, thus allowing its citizenry to discern
for itself what is happening in the world around them.
There is nothing stronger within a democracy than that of
a free press. Thomas Jefferson wrote that given the option
of a government without newspapers or newspapers without
government, he would much rather have the latter.
And because the First Amendment knows no class, its
principles blanket us all-from the very rich to the very
poor; from the uneducated to the Harvard graduate; from the
young to the old.
In the perilous time in which we live, too often we see
masses crying for various forms of censorship. We are proud
to represent an institution that allows an outlet for people to
be heard and cries to be answered.
The First Amendment guarantees your rights. but it" .
doesn't mandate you use"them. And that's freedom. That's
America.


What do you think?
On Friday we celebrate America, and the men and
women who fought and are fighting to keep it free
and we launch into the Thanksgiving season. Tell
us in 50 words or less what you are thankful for.
Be sincere. Be flippant. Be humorous.
We're curious about you.
Send you responses to:
editor@le\yjournal.com


Quotes of the Week:
Growth doesn't really pay for itself. Who will pay
for growth?
Bob Clemons, on impact fee

Put friendship aside and do what's best for the fir
department and, what's best for the town.
Beatrice Mongo, Bronson Mayc

And so, my fellow Americans: ask not what your
country can do for you ask what you can do for
your country. My fellow citizens of the world: ask
not what America will do for you, but what togeth(
we can do for the freedom of man.
John F. Kennedy (1917 -196;


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Appreciating their sacrifice


am, by all accounts,
very fortunate to be
here today. And that's
not because of anything
that I have done, but rather
the circumstances that
surrounded my father.
My father sought a life
outside the coal mines. With
.limited options and a sense
of duty, he lied about his age
and enlisted in the Army at
17.
In 1950, my father was
send to Korea as part of
, an amphibious assault. In
November and December
that year, 12,000 Army and
Marine soldiers faced more
than,60,0QO Chinese soldiers
on the Chosin (Chanjin)-
Reservoir. Temperatures
reached a high of 30 degrees
below zero. My father was
there, 19 years old and
fighting to stay alive.
Shot twice and moving
on an adrenaline rush, he
began walking with a convoy
loaded with wounded. The
battle raged around them
and when one of the drivers
was killed and the convoy
was detained, he jumped
inside the cab, pushed the
dead driver aside and drove.
Soon the murderous artillery
fire surrounded them. He
pulled over and crawled
under the truck for cover. In
a few minutes the convoy
started moving again with
someone else driving and he
was hanging on. Soon the
coldness got the best of him
and he was smashed into
the snowy ground where he
passed out.
In and out of
consciousness for the next 12
hours, he was faintly aware
of the enemy searching
the bodies around him.
He played dead, and from
the loss of blood and the
temperature, felt nothing as


THINKING OUT
LOUD





Carolyn Risner


they eventually got to him,
bayoneting him 18 times. He
remembered nothing until he
felt being hoisted and saw
Marines carrying him pout
and away-presumably to die
in a Japanese hospital.
Back in Kentuck-. my
grandparents recei\ ed a
telegram, "We regret to
inform you..."
By the time my
grandparents arrived at
Fort Campbell, Ky., it was
uncertain if he would live
and the concern was evident
on my grandparents' faces.
We have the picture: Daddy
lying in the Army hospital,
fingers bandaged where
they had been amputated
from severe frostbite and
toes blackened, facing the
possibility of amputation
later. My grandparents look
grim as the unseen Army
photographer snaps what
is supposed to be a joyful
homecoming.
I have head this story
repeatedly because my father
loved his time in the Army.
After recuperating from his
wounds, he chose not to
accept a discharge and was
sent to Aberdeen Proving
Ground, Md. where he
disassembled bombs to find
out why they didn't explode.
By the.time he was in
his 50s, my father was
100 percent disabled from
injuries sustained in Korea.
He walked with an unnatural


summer.
I asked if the p1
reminders of Kore
worth it. The answ
always the same.'
again to protect th
nation. A man's frc
just about all he hfi
And so this sens
patriotism was pas
me. I revel in the s
the Star Spangled
cringe when I hear
has desecrated the
I always tear up w
veterans en masse
If it had not bee
the war in Iraq, an
generation would t
grown up without
the price of freedom
wasn't so long ago
on 20/20 that som
textbooks give one


gait, his to the Vietnam War and one
joints page to World War II.
ached, his I am thankful that I had
hearing the upbringing I did. I am
was all thankful that my father did
but gone return to marry my mother
and he and instill in me what it
was never means to be an American.
warm- When my father died
even in 1993, he was given the
in the military funeral he deserved
middle of as one of the Chosin Few.
My uncle, Daddy's brother,
physical helped fold the flag and
a were presented it to my mother.
rer was The loud volley from the gun
'I'd do it salute rang across the hillside
is great and the chilling sounds of
eedom is Taps rang throughout the
s." alley. i
;e of As nmy unole-saluted my ,
ssed to father's coffin, he turned to
strains of us, "On behalf of a grateful
Banner, I nation. "he began.
r someone And that's how I feel
flag and today. Grateful. Proud.
hen I see Blessed.
And so to veterans
n for everywhere, because I
entire cherish my freedom and I
have understand some of what you
knowing have gone through, I thank
im. It you. Again and again.
) that I saw Carolyn Risner is
e history managing editor of the
e paragraph Levy County Journal.


MY GRANDPARENTS' best Christmas present--three
weeks after Chosin.


iY COUNTY JOURNAL
HIII-: tour. Y PAPER *EST. so 2


Our Mission

i i. Levy Cr iady Journal is published to serve the people
of Levy County as the leading information source that
empowers the community while never
compromising our principles.
We:
*reflect our community in everything we do.
"pi .. I;. leadership that contributes to the betterment of
our community,
"record the history of our county and make a difference
in the quality of life for our residents and merchants.
*promote readership of community events that foster
better citizens.
*promote readership of advertising thereby fostering a
healthy economic environment.


Who We Are
Managing Editor
Carolyn Risner
Office ManagerlChiefland
Robin Heath'
Staff Writer
Ken Dougherty
BronsonI/Photographer
Miriam ,Blitch
Sales Representative
Heather Smith
Typesetter
Wilma Jean Asbell
Contributor
Portia Sache


Miss Honey says .


M onday, Nov. 7, 11:30
a.m. Good morning!.
Here I come again! Hi,
Mac, hi, Carolyn. It's been a
long time. since we worked
together at the Light House
in Fanning Springs. Those,.
were the days! Do you ever
hear from or see any of the
others? I have lost my Dad
and Jim since seeing you
two. I am by myself, except
for my two little dogs and
Jesus. He never leaves me
alone.
I am not working, except
to bake for people, nuff said!
My friend Jean is coming
back to work this week.
Gosh, I really miss her and
she is talking about moving
back up north. I hope she


doesn't
and I could never replace
her. It's great to have good
friends and she won't find a
friend up there who will love
her as much as Berlon and
I do!
I went to Sunday School
yesterday and had lunch with
Brenda and her family, but I
didn't go without cooking. I
made a pot of vegetable beef
soup, a pan of homemade
biscuits and a chocolate


cake. We had a good day.
Bits and Pieces
And Words to Live By
1. Laugh and the world
laughs with you, cry and you
cry alone.
2. If you meet someone
without a smile, give them
one of yours.
3. Slow and steady wins
the race.
4. If you want something
* done right, do it yourself!
5. Those who cannot
remember the past will spend
a lot of time looking for their
car in a busy parking lot!
6. Wake up and smell the
coffee and listen to the birds
sing.

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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


LAW & COURTS


THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2005


Sheriff's team goes on manhunt


Hello, everyone, and
welcome to this
week's Sheriff's
Comer.
We had a very busy week
last week that ended with a
manhunt and several other
fast developing situations.
We were contacted by the
Volusia County Sheriff's
Office on Friday around
three o'clock. They told us
that they were investigat-
ing a homicide and had
developed information that
the suspect Larry Roberson
was possibly hiding in Levy
County. In response, some
of our investigators met with
patrol deputies, and Florida
Wildlife Conservation
Commission to search. As
the search developed Marion
County Air One joined in.
The search continued
through Saturday with
Alachua County's Air
unit assisting. Ultimately
Roberson was captured


JOHNNY SMITH






LEVY COUNTY SHERIFF


when a hunter contacted our
office about a suspicious
vehicle. We went to the
area and were able to take
Roberson into custody.
Our thanks go to the citi-
zens and other agencies that
helped us to help Volusia
County. Everyone spent a
lot of time with us and did a
great job.
The second item I'd like
to briefly comment on has to
do with hunting season and
the weather we are currently
experiencing. When our of-
ficers were in the wooded
area looking for the fugitive,


they came across a large
number of rattlesnakes and
moccasins. We are also see-
ing quite a few away from
the woods with in reach of
homes and subdivisions.
Most of us are aware of
venomous snakes but many
aren't.
Please be even.more
aware that these snakes are
moving due to weather, lack
of water in some areas and
the high activity going on.
I hope you have a great
week. Take care.
Johnny Smith is sheriff
of Levy County.


Youth charged with sexual battery


A Chiefland youth is
charged with sexual battery
on a mentally defective per-
son, according to the Levy
County Sheriff's Office.
The 16-year-old is accused
of paying a 15-year-old dis-
abled female one dollar to
perform a sex' act with him
behind a church, according
to the report.
The boy was arrested and
taken to juvenile detention in
Gainesville on Nov. 3.
Other arrests reported are:
Raymond Louis Frazier,
18, of Williston is charged
with possession of cocaine
and possession with intent to
distribute cocaine. He is also
charged with possession of
marijuana less than 20 grams
and possession of drug para-
phernalia. He' was arrested
on Oct. 29.
Todd Brandon Norris, 22,;
of Trenton is charged with
*Miss Honey
Continued from 4
7. Dogs come when, called,
friends fill you leave a
message.
8. We are all angels of
promise with wings of gold.
9. What building has the
most stories? Answer a
library.
10. God is always just a
prayer away!
Until next week, nuff
said. Be good, take care and
God bless you all.
So says,
Miss Honey

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driving while his license is
suspended or revoked know-
ingly and violation of his
probation on a battery con-
viction. He was arrested on
Oct. 30.
David Wayne Viscuso,
25, of Inglis is charged with
fraudulent use of a credit card
and unlawful use of a credit
card by a. Marion County
warrant. He was arrested on
Nov. 1.
Dennis James Sorrell, 49,
no address listed on the arrest
report, is charged with viola-
tion of an injunction and dis-
orderly intoxication by two
warrants. He was arrested on
Nov. 1.
Mae Sheffield, 46, of
Gainesville was, arrested on
Oct.. 28 on three warrants
charging her with violation
- of probation on convictions
of two convictions of felony
battery and one conviction of
tampering with an informant
or witness.
Donald Flanders, 56,
described as homeless, is
charged with violation of
probation on a sex assault
conviction based on a Duval
County warrant. He was ar-
rested on Nov. 2.
Anrico Gerrad Leverette,
19, of Ocala' was extradited
from Marion County on a
Levy County warrant that
charged him with failing to
appear in court to answer a
charge of driving without a
driver license. His bond was
set at $2,505 on Nov. 3.


Mitchell F. Cooper, 28, of
Archer was arrested on Nov.
3 on an Alachua County war-
rant charging him with fleeing
and eluding a law 'enforce-
ment officer, resisting with-
out violence, driving while
his license is suspended or
revoked and a second charge
of .driving while his license
is suspended or revoked by a
warrant. His bond was set at
$8,000.
Brian Christopher Stokes,
27, of Chiefland was charged
with driving while his license
is suspended or revoked and
being a habitual traffic of-
fender on Oct. 31. His bond
was set at $5,000.


Life's a breath of fresh air

Debra Labud urges organ, blood donation


BY CAROLYN RISNER
MANAGING EDITOR
Debra DeLoach Labud is
breathing easier these days
thanks to a new lung. This
weekend she will celebrate
the gift of life with family
and friends during National
Donor Sabbath.
In 1991, general fatigue
and shortness of breath send
Labud, formerly of Kentucky
and now of Micanopy, to the,
doctors where after long
months of testing and mis-
diagnosis, she was told she
had Alpha 1 Antitrypsin
Deficiency," an hereditary
disease that causes liver and/
or lung diseases. Similar to
emphysema, "Alpha" sel-
dom makes itself known un-
til people are in their 30s and
40s.
Six years later and on oxy-
gen full-time, Labud was told
her only hope was a .trans-
plant and in 1997, she was
placed on the list.
And so she waited. And
waited. A couple times she
even got the page a lung was
available but for one reason
'or another, the surgery never
manifested.
And then coming home
from Thanksgiving dinner
with friends in Cedar Key,
the pager went off again and
this time, Labud was ready.
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On Nov. 22, 2001 four
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After a three-hour surgery,
recuperation set in and within
four days she was off oxygen
and in two weeks was back
home.
All Labud .knows about
her donor is that it was a
29-year-old female from the
Tampa area.
What she does know, how-
ever, is her life is changed
because of the selfless gift of
another.
"I would not be here today
without it," she said.
This Sunday, in churches
across: the country, congre-
gants will hear stories like
Labud's during National


Donor Sabbath.
Labud will speak to her
church, Family Life Church
of God on Highway 24 west
of Archer. She will share her
story, along with a donor dad,
Sheriff Oelrich.
The Life South Blood
mobile will be at the church
from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.
which gives people another
opportunity to save lives.
Additionally, Labud is
urging everyone to become
an organ donor. "One organ
donor can save the lives of
eight people," she said.
Today Labud is trim and fit
and breathing better than she
has in years.
During recuperation, her
goal was to walk around
Disneyworld with her grand-
children and seven months
after surgery, she did just
that.
She's also active with the
transplant games and finished
the 12-mile bike race.
Labud also works with two
support groups and is active
in her church.
"You never know when it
may be your child -or loved
one who needs a transplant,"
she said. '.'This is a time to
come together. Become an
organ or blood donor. Give
the gift of life."


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Date of birth: 3-24-63
Last known Address:
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LEVY COUNTY

HISTORY
November 7, 2005
65 Years Ago
Special Open Session this 25th day of
October, A.D. 1940.
Resolution; Whereas Mr. T. Frank McCall came
before the Board and discussed the matter of the
formation of Home Guards for Levy County and
explained that the United States Government had
recently passed a law, which provides that the
United States Government will furnish all uniforms,
guns, ammunition and equipment for such
organization, upon requisition of the Governor,
leaving only the maintenance to be provided by the
County Commissioners, if, as and when the said
County Home Guards Unit may be called upon fqr
active service. And upon motion, duly made and
seconded, the following resolution was adopted.
From the Archives & History Center
Levy County Clerk's Office
Danny J. Shipp, Clerk of Court


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Log Cabin Quilters mourn loss of member

Doris Lazarus rememberedfor teaching


BY WINNELLE HORNE
CORRESPONDENT
Log Cabin Quilters met
Thursday, Nov. 3, at the
Levy County Quilt Museum.
Quilting went on as usual
and the green and white Log
Cabin will soon be finished.
B.J. has quilted a Dresden
Plate and it is beautiful. She
quilted it by the piece and
that means twice the quilting.
This way of quilting was


done many years ago when
the cotton that was used
had to have stitching close
together or the cotton would
ball up. Today our batting, is
.much better and we can quilt
in wider spaces. -
Our prayers are with the
family of. Doris Lazarus.
Doris was a member of the
L.C. Quilters for several
years when we were meeting
at CFCC Conference Room.


She taught many to do
hardangee and we all enjoyed
her so much. She would
make crosses and butterflies
and each of us would get one.
I put mine in a frame and it
hangs in the quilt room here at
the museum. She left us with
many wonderful memories.
Jarrod and nine boys were
out Wednesday, and as there
"was not mowing to be done
they cleaned inside, put things


away, did the many things
that helps us to keep going.
They enjoyed food we
had left over from the church
luncheon on Tuesday. Thanks
again Lancaster. Lunch
was great with rice pilaf,
corn fritters, potato salad,
pineapple cake., and lots
more. .
Winnelle Horne is
director of the Levy County
Quilt Museum.


* Fire
from front
for Levy County.
Both LaFlam and O'Connor said Monday that Lombardo
would not be working in Bronson after December.
The vote in October was 7-5 with Lombardo taking the
edge over Dennis Russell, the current chief.
LaFlam also said that Lombardo had not returned her pages
nor did he show up for a scheduled appointment.
O'Connor read from a letter from the Fowler's Bluff de-
partment which alleged Lombardo was dismissed from there
for insubordination.
LaFlam made a motion for the firemen to renominate and
revote for a fire chief.
"You need to find someone you can respect," said Mayor
Beatrice Mongo. "Half of you don't respect Rick; the other
half don't respect Dennis. You have to find someone you. can
look up to.
"Put friendships aside," the mayor said, "and do what's best
for the fire department and what's best for the town."


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SPORTS & RECREATION


THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2005


Red Devils head


to play-offs


BY L.T. KAPPELL
CORRESPONDENT
Williston played Newberry
Friday night in a very close
game that threatened to be
overshadowed by the State
play-offs looming next week.
When the Red Devils
played the Panthers, both
teams were matched up well.
Jiwan James, the Williston
QB, hunkered down to get
the job done and done it
was. By the end of the game,
he accumulated 144 yards
with stats that included 11
successful passes out of 17
attempts.
Antwan Ivey, the Panthers'
QB, combined with his
brother, Antawn, to put
points on Newberry's side
of the scoreboard twice, the
first coming midway through
the first quarter. But the Red
Devils held their ground
methodically reading the
Panthers' next move.
Williston's defensive line
protected QB Jiwan James
all night, allowing James to
connect with his receivers.
The Red Devils scored two
consecutive touchdowns on
passes but this nail-biting
game went back and forth
between the two eager teams
thereafter.
The Panthers made a
comeback when. in the third
quarter, Newberry scored
again using the Ihey brothers'
combo, but it \as not
enough.
They got within 10
of a potentially N \inning
touchdown but couldn't
convert it into points. Their
fourth down attempt failed
and it was ,a.kro the.dra ing.
bqard for the Panthers.
When he %wasn't passing,
Williton's Jiwan James \\as
running with the ball adding
38 yards to his statistics.
Williston's defense and
offense both stood up under
the, pressure and the Red
Devils won, 16-15. This is a.
giant boost for the Red Devils
at the end of their regular
season and the beginning of
the playoffs. They are.now
at .500 overall w\\ith a 5-5-0
record. They face Cirrums next
week for the first round of
play-offs. Citrus has 6 wins
and 4 losses overall.
The Citrus Hurricanes came
out tops in District Six and are
now on a five game winning
streak although it is their first
Class 3A championship since
1987, quite a while.
Their freshman 1000+
yard running back, Antoin
Scrivens, had better carry a
custom Red Devil backpack
when the W\Villiston defense
is on the field. The young
guy scored two touchdowns
for Citrus last Friday during
Homecoming including the
game-winner.
'-The Citrus QB, Walter
Howard, completed '13 of
20 pass attempts including 3
for touchdowns. Ironically,
that works out 'to a 65
percent successful pass rate:
Jiwan James' pass rate Was
65 percent also in the Red
SDevil's win over Newberry.
Williston may be going
into' the play-off game as
the Red Underdogs but
Some may believe they are
*underrated. When they lost
to the currently undefeated
Marion County powerhouse,'
Trinity Catholic, it was. by
only 39 points. That may
not seem a pittance, but TC's
two prior opponents had each
been hammered by more than
70 points apiece as well as
being shut-out offensively.
Williston's 7-10 loss to
Dixie County in September
could have gone either way for
that matter. If the Red Devils


play at the top of their game
the entire match on Friday,
there is no telling what could
happen for Levy County's
A .' .


best hope for football post-
season fame.
Significantly, the only
opponent common to both of
Friday's teams during their
respective seasons was West
Port High School of Ocala.
The Citrus Hurricanes lost
that game early in their
season by a two touchdown
spread: 15-29. Who beat the
West Port Wolf Pack? The
Red Devils skewered them
ten days before Halloween
by a TD: 30-13. Arguably,
Williston is Citrus' better by
a spread of 3 touchdowns if
West Port is the barometer.
The next 48 hours will tell.
If Corey Days and Anthony
Grimes can sack the Inverness
quarterback like they did that
day, andToddBrowncan come,
through with interceptions as
he managed to do against the
Pack, it could be quite a play-
off match.
'Names that had not stood
out as much prior to the West
Port game shone that night:
Devin Timmons, Trip Fugate
and Aaron Harris, Barry

See Devils Page 8 .


BY PORTIA SACHE
CONTRIBUTING WRITER
The Chiefland Indians'
season ended at the "Jungle"
in Trenton last Friday night.
The Indians slogan for the
season was "Rise to the Oc-
casion" and they did just that
as they trounced the Tigers
by a score of 48-0.
Chiefland scored on their
first possession when quar-
terback Daniel Galpin com-
pleted a pass to Jamal Riley.
Riley found running room to
score and put the Indians on
the scoreboard early in the
first period. Cole Rollison's
PAT (point after touchdown)
kick was good.
Early in the second quar-
ter, the Indians struck pay dirt
again, when Jonas Randolph
scored the second TD of the
evening. Rollison's kick was
good, giving the Indians a 14-
0 lead and a score that stood
at the end of the first half.
The Tigers kicked off to the
Indians to begin. the second
half. Randolph returned the
ball all the way for the third
touchdo\\n of the evening.
Rollison's PAT stretched the
lead to 21-0.
Trenton's next possession
was short lived as their of-
fensive effort was stopped on
the very first play \ hen Ran-


CHIEFLAND HIGH SCHOOL seniors played their final game for the Indians.
Back, from left, Joe Sache, Jamal Riley, L. B. Cravey, Keego Weatherford.
Middle row- Jacob Douglas, Tamayo Howard, Justin Hill and Michael Rome.
Front row- Sean Turner and Ryan Johnson.


dolph intercepted a pass. In-
dian quarterback, Galpin, be-
gan the series with a pass to.
Riley that resulted in another
Indiah touchdown. Rollison's
PAT was good, extending the
Indian lead to 28-0.
Bad luck continued for


the Tigers. When the Indi-
ans kicked off to them, they
fumbled the ball. The Indians
recovered the fumble, but un-
able to generate a sustained
offensive drive, had to punt
i he ball away.
Trenton began an aerial at-


tack against the Indians
that was stymied when
Jamal Riley intercepted.
Two plays later, Randolph
scored again for the In-
dians. Once again, Roll
son's PAT was good.. The',
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Around Levy County


THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2005


Bus accident

injures eight
Eight Williston chil-
.dren received minor inju-
ries when the school bus in
which they were riding was
hit by a car about 7:20 a.m.
Tuesday, according to the
Florida Highway Patrol.
' The accident in which a
SUV ran into the bus hap-
pened about four miles west
of Williston on State Road
500/US 27A.
According to the FHP re-
port, the Isuzu vehicle driv-
en by Marjorie G. Williams,
44, was traveling eastbound
and the school bus, driven
by Gwendolyn P. Bell, 58,
of Williston was accelerat-
ing in the same direction af-
ter picking up children at a
bus stop.
The report states that sun
glare impaired Williams' vi-
sion and she could not se'e
the school bus then struck
the right rear of the larger
vehicle.
Three ambulances trans-
ported eight children to Na-
ture Coast Hospital and for
treatment of minor injuries,
the report states, and Wil-
liams, who was not wear-
ing a seat belt, was taken
to North Florida Regional
Medical Center for treat-
ment of "incapacitating"
injuries.

The investigation is con-
tinuing into the accident and
pending the outcome charg-
es could be filed, according
to the report.
The FHP also reported two
accidents involving law en-
forcement vehicles recently
--one in Dixie County and
one in Columbia County.


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their loved one, list expectations and other exercises to help
clarify thoughts about how to best enjoy the holidays were
provided to those who attended the seminar.
"We encourage you to talk about your feelings do you
wish to talk about the one you lost or would you rather not.
Those around you won't know what you want ifyou don't tell
them," he said.
Haven Hospice ,has changed its name but not its mission,
said Nina Day, spokeswoman for, the agency.

The agency still deals with end of life issues, but the new
name was selected because it also has so many services for
survivors, the very young and families about to lose a loved
one, she said.
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i underground and wait for the all-clear," she said.
Following the invasion at Normandy, the headquarters unit
headed out for France. ,
"We got on a plane and flew across the channel. They laid
down some metal and we landed right on Normandy. When
we landed we blew out a tire and the plane went out of control
but the pilot was able to slow it down and get control.
"I don't remember how long it was after the invasion, but
it wasn't very long. We stayed in four-man tents in a field
and the mud was really deep, We had to wear battle gear and
helmets all of the time and we had to stay on the paths because
the area was so heavily mined," she said.
- At the next station the enemy wasn't so obvious.
- "In Paris there were a lot of snipers," she said, but she and
her detail continued their duties.
Brown was promoted to sergeant on May 1, 1945 with a
hand-written note from her commanding officer "He didn't
want to wait for official orders to be cut."
While in Paris Russian troops were surprised that western
forces had so much freedom and the merchandise that was
available to them at the Post Exchange.
"Their officers decided it wasn't good for their soldiers to
see all that, and they just .disappeared. All of them just went
away," Brown said.
Another fond memory she has is of the Supreme Commander
of Allied Forces in Europe.
"I was getting onto an elevator and bumped into Dwight D.
Eisenhower, then I dropped all of my papers. He helped me
pick them up. I was so embarrassed. He suggested that I be



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Indiaris, tfd 35 points on 'the
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The hapless Tigers offense
continued to meet the strong
Chiefland defense for the re-
mainder of the night.' Chief-
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home turf at Inverness.
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west of Highway 41 heading:
south. This is the first round'
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careful when I got off the elevator.
"He was a good commander because he genuinely cared
about the people under him," Brown said. As her enlistment
drew to a close and her discharge date of Oct. 20, 1945
approached, she was offered the rank of Staff Sergeant to re-
enlist, but declined.'
"I told them I just wanted to go home. Then they said that
everyone was frozen because there were no replacements. I
was very angry. My commander noticed and asked me what
was wrong. I told him and he asked me how many points I had
which was many more than I needed to come back home. The
following day I had my orders," she said.
Following her return to the United States, she married and
settled down then decided to join the Veterans of Foreign
Wars.
"They would only let me join the auxiliary. I told them
no; I was as much a veteran as anybody. They told me they
weren't accepting any women. It wasn't until years later
they contacted me and asked me to join, but I wouldn't. That
was after other women began to qualify and join the Akron
organization," she said.
She said that women were subject to a lot of discrimination
back in the 1940s, both in and out of military service.
Brown now belongs to the Chiefland VFW as a full member
with a lifetime membership after being urged to by Susan
Carrignan, wife of the post's former commander, Wayne.
Honey Brown, who will turn 86 this month, has always
been known by that name.
"My father never called me anything else but Honey," she
said.


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SOGGY BOTTOM BOYS performed on WLCC Radio at Tishomingo, or the
BOCC meeting room, depending on your perspective. Having fun were
Donna Cicale as Delmar, Connie Coblentz as Everett, Virginia McDonald as
Tommy and Melinda Bass as Pete.


USING BILLY JACK'S .. .: ,
Restaurant in Williston -
as a front, Allan Gal-
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pies during Halloween. A"
The Levy County Hu-
mane Society does not '
endorse this method of
adopting a pet and asks
prospective pet owners
to visit their shelters in-
stead. The unsuspect-
ing new owner is Hunter
LaRoche. Also pictured,
Matt LaPlant. (Sassy is
actually owned by Kim
Brown who good na- 6
turedly agreed to this 1
Halloween spoof.)
Journal photo by Val McCord


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SPECIAL TO THE JOURNAL
The dictionary defines the word fraternal as "brotherly."
You, comrade, as a veteran who fought America's foreign
wars and were wounded in combat, earned and were awarded
one of our highest medals...your Purple Heart.
Stand tall and proud, good buddy.
Our Tri-County Chapter #588 of the Military Order of the
Purple Heart welcomes you to enter into our community's
leading veteran's organization! We need you, comrade, and
you need us. As a group we visit and contribute to all our area
nursing homes and our V.A. Hospitals.
We meet the third Wednesday of every month... 11 o'clock
sharp! Where? The Suwannee River Moose Lodge at Fan-
ning Springs. This provides us with comfortable surround-
ings for our get-together.
Our welcome home get-together for November will be held
on Wednesday, Nov. 16, at 11 a.m. Following the meeting
will be a Dutch lunch.
Our 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.
If you have any questions call Bruce Nowlin, (352) 493-
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Williston Church of


God debuts show
The Williston Church of God will perform a show called
That's Not Entertainment.
The show consists of several comical skits and a couple of
songs, but as always, the message is loud and clear.
The proceeds, collected by donation only, will go towards
shipping medical supplies to the Nymphande Children's Or-
phanage in Zambia, Africa.
Come laugh and cry for a cause Nov. 19 at 7 p.m. in the
family life building, directly behind the main church. Re-
freshments will be served afterwards.
For questions or directions, please call the church office at
(352) 528-5982.


Pie auction is Nov. 21

Supports Chiefland SGA

Everyone should mark his or her calendar for the 15'
Annual Chiefland High School student Pie Auction. It's the
longest running and best one around! .
This )ear, the pie auction,will take place NlondaN, Nov. 21,,
at 6 p.m. in the Chiefland High School cafeteria. The doors
will open at approximately 5:30 p.m. so feel free to come
on in and take a gander at the goodies and mouth-watering
desserts.
The school touts the best bakers available who are making
the pies. Therewill be pumpkin, coconut cream, pecan and
sweet potato pies, and much, much more. The auction will be
a great help to you during the holiday season and the proceeds
will benefit future student government activities.
Chiefland High School Student Government is recognized
every year by the Florida Association of Student Councils
as Gold Medallion Council. By attending and contributing
to this year's Pie Auction, Student Government will have
the opportunity to continue to fund school and community
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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


OBITUARIES


THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2005


; : .-. AREA DEATHS BY CITY
Gainesville
'L .. Carrie Griffin
La'landyk Howard Rundell
p" Lawrence Johnson
:""'"," Old Town
MartnMiller
': Morristown
"Ch'fland,.',, .. ... Edwin Smith
,'"ettBan' Trenton
Lossie Deen

Betty Jane Bryan
Betty Jane Bryan of Chiefland died Wednesday, Nov. 2.
She was 67.
Mrs. Bryan was born in Micanopy and moved to Chiefland
more than 30 years ago from Gainesville.
She was a homemaker and a Baptist.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Calvin Bryan.
Survivors include sons Cleve Bryan and Ronald Bryan, both
of Chiefland; a daughter, Patty Dease of Chiefland; a brother,
Bobby Hines of Graham; a sister, Eloise Moss of Starke; and
five grandchildren.
Arrangements by Knauff Funeral Home in Chiefland.

Joshua Ian Catlett
Joshua Ian Catlett of Bronson died Sunday, Oct. 30, in
Gainesville. He was 4.
Joshua was a lifelong resident of Bronson and attended
Family Life Church of God.
He loved listening to music and loved all kinds of animals.
Survivors include his parents, Joshua and Michelle Catlett
of Bronson; sisters Alora Catlett and Aubrey Catlett, both of
Bronson; his maternal grandparents, Mary and Jim Carr of
Bronson and Tony and Sherry Holt of Hawthorne; his paternal
grandparents, James and Vicki Catlett of Salem, Ind.; and
paternal grandmother, Brenda Pumphrey of Salem.
Arrangements by Knauff Funeral Home in Williston.

Lossie Annie Deen
Lossie Annie Deen of Trenton died Monday, Nov. 7, in
Gainesville. She was 89.
Mrs. Deen was bom in Gilchrist County and was a lifelong
resident. She was a bookkeeper and a member of Union
Baptist Church.
Survivors include a daughter, Lucie DeChant of Trenton;
sons Thomas F. Deen of Ocala, Clayton L. Deen of Enterprise
and Richard W. Deen of Ocala; 12 grandchildren; 19 great-
,grandchildren and eight great-great-grandchildren.
Arrangements by Watson Funeral Home of Trenton.

Carrie Mae James Griffin
Carrie Mae James Griffin of Gainesville died Oct. 25 at
Woodlands Care Center after a brief illness. She was 77.
Mrs. Griffin was born in Gulf Hammock and moved to
Gainesville in the 1930s.
She was a homemaker and a member of First Missionary
Baptist Church, where she was a deaconess, a mother of the
church and a choir member. She was a former member of the
home mission society and'was also aitigve withi the Sunday
school.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Deacon Robert
Lee Griffin.
Survivors include her caregivers, Janet James Nattiel and
Donnie Nattiel of Gainesville.
Arrangements by Duncan Brothers' Funeral Home in
Gainesville.

Lawrence Johnson
Lawrence Johnson of Gainesville died Monday, Oct. 31,
after a short illness. He was 66.
Mr. Johnson was born in Jamestown, N.Y., and moved to
Gainesville 15 years ago from California.
| He retired from the U.S. Navy as a chief
petty officer.
He enjoyed doing carpentry work and
supplied his services to Gainesville Country
Day School. He was also an avid RV traveler
and a member of Special Military Active
Retired Travel Club.
He was preceded in death by a son, Ron
Johnson.,
Survivors include his wife, Judy Sheldon of Gainesville;
daughters Cherrie Phillips of California and Stacey Green
of Brooker; sons Jeff Johnson of Alabama, Mike Arrants of
Waldo, Steve Arrants of Cedar Key and JeffArrants ofMelrose;
sisters Betsy Johnson, Karen Landry and Linda Meiner, all
of California; a brother, John Johnson of California; and six
grandchildren.
Arrangements by Archie Tanner Funeral Home in Starke.



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Lawrence Frank Kalandyk
Lawrence Frank Kalandyk of Bell died Wednesday, Nov.
2. He was 63.
Mr. Kalandyk was born in Detroit and
moved to Bell seven months ago from
Hernando.
He was a bookkeeper.
He served in the U.S. Navy, and he was a
Catholic.
Survivors include his wife, Lillian Kalandyk
of Bell; daughters Robin Kalandyk and Diane
Kalandyk, both of Bell, and Carrie Kalandyk
of Michigan; sons Michael Kalandyk, Mark Kalandyk and
Jerry Kalandyk, all of Michigan, and Tywin Kalandyk of
Orlando; and 12 grandchildren.
Arrangements by Watson Funeral Home in Trenton.

Ralph E. McRae
Ralph E. McRae Jr. of Bell died Monday, Oct. 31. He
was 74.
S Mr. McRae was born in Statesboro, Ga., and
moved to Bell 15 years ago from Pembroke
Pines.
S He worked for AT&T, retiring after 30
years.
He served in the U.S. Army and was a
member of Telephone Pioneers of America.
Survivors include his wife of 49 years,
Lovator McRae of Bell; a son, Charles Ralph McRae of
Bell; and two grandchildren.
Arrangements by Watson Funeral Home in Trenton.

Martin Miller
Martin Miller of Old Town died Friday,
Nov. 4. He was 88.
Mr. Miller was bom in Brown, N.Y.
He retired as a self-employed tailor.
He served in the U.S. Army during World
.WarII.
Survivors include his wife, Mercy Miller
of Old Town; a daughter; three stepsons; two
sisters; and seven grandchildren.
Arrangements by Hiers-Baxley Funeral Services in
Chiefland.

Howard F. Rundell
Howard F. Rundell died Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2005 at the VA
Hospital in Gainesville. He was 90.
Mr. Rundell was born in Belsano, Penn. and lived most
6f his life in Girard,. Ohio. He had lived in
Gainesville since moving here from Naples
three years ago.
Mr. Rundell retired from Wean
Manufacturing in Warren, Ohio in 1980 and
also worked at Westinghouse Electric in East
Pittsburgh, Penn. He served in the U.S. Army
, ; .,., ,1 dting VWorld Var -I.with the 71t .Engineers
LP Company from 1941 to 9145 and served
in China, Burma, and India.,
He was a member of St. Patrick Catholic Church in
Gainesville and belonged to the Knights of Columbus
Council 6108. He was also a private pilot and enjoyed
fishing and gardening.
He is survived by his wife, Dorothy Rundell,
Gainesville; sons, Howard F. (Jacalyn) Rundell, Northville,
Mich. and William A. (Becky) Rundell, Sharpsburg, Ga.;
daughter Maryanna (David) Rundell Johnson, Beavercreek,
Ohio; sister Wilma Melain, Grapevine, Texas; and six
grandchildren.
Arrangements were under the care of Knauff Funeral
Home, Williston.

Edwin Francis Smith
Edwin Francis "Smitty" Smith of Morriston died Friday,
Nov. 4, at his home from cancer. He was 78.
Mr. Smith was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York,
and moved to the Morriston area in 1981.
He was a country and western musician, a pilot, flight
instructor and mechanic.
He was a small business owner in Williston and Chiefland
and belonged to the New York State Civil Air Patrol.
In his youth, he was an accomplished ice skater, and'


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Competition.
Survivors include his wife, Renate Smith of Morriston;
sons Kenny Smith of Fort Lauderdale and David Smith of
Salisbury, Md.; daughters Kim Smith of Morriston and
Kate Zamarchi of Portsmouth, N.H.; sisters Marie Irving
of DeLand and Helen Parker of Fort Lauderdale; and four
grandchildren.
Arrangements by Knauff Funeral Home in Williston.


Card of ThankSi

Ian was the March of Dimes
poster baby for 2001-2002.
He was a country music
lovin', root beer drinking ,
boiled peanut eatin' ray of
sunshine.
From the moment we laid
eyes on him he filled our
hearts with so much love and
indescribable joy.
Each day we had with
him was and always will be
a cherished gift from God.
Thank you to everyone for
all the prayers and warm
thoughts.
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News Briefs

Lutherans schedule fall bazaar
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church will hold its annual Fall
Bazaar Sale on two days this year, Friday, Nov. 11 from 9 a.m.
to 2 p.m. and Saturday, Nov. 12 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
There will be a White Elephant sale, baked goods, Christmas
decorations and crafts for sale.
The church is located on Highway 19, north of Chiefland,
next to the Dakotah.Vineyards.

Lighthouse plans Harvest Festival
It's Harvest Festival time at Lighthouse Word Church on
Saturday, Nov. 12 from 1 p.m. -5 p.m. There will be all types
of free rides and booths, including Bungee Run, Kidee Train,
Giant Slide, Moon Walk and an Obstacle Course.
There will be entertainment lined up for all ages with live
music and bands, dramas, contests and door prizes. The grand
prize will be $100 to be given out the next day at the morning
service.
Lighthouse Word Church is located three miles east of
Chiefland on Alt. 27. Call 493-1554 for more information. -

Church will have Thanksgiving dinner
,.he Bqdyofl .'lhristiU Bronson is joining logethei to serve
a free "Community Thanksgiving" luncheon.
A "turkey and all the fixings" lunch will be served on Sat-,
urday, Nov. 19, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Bronson Community,
Church. There will be music and fellowship, during the serv-
ing time.
For more information, call Terrell Burge, pastor, Bron-
son Community Church. Phone 352-281-1624.

Craft fair, luncheon set at Usher Center
Turning Point Ministry will host a holiday craft fair and
luncheon Saturday, Nov. 19, at the Tommy Usher Center
located in Chiefland. The fair will begin at 9 a.m. and end at
3 p.m.
The luncheon will begin at 11 a.m. and end at 1 p.m. The.
craft fair will help Turning Point Ministry, a local based
church, raise funds for its building program.
The Holiday Craft Fair will feature birdhouses, other
woodcrafts including corner shelves, jewelry, designer T-
shirts, sweatshirts, hand towels, wreaths and much more. >
Lunch will feature homemade soup, assorted sandwiches,
homemade cookies and a beverage for a donation of $5. They
will stop serving food at approximately 1 p.m.
The Holiday Craft Fair is a great opportunity for you to start
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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


AROUND THE COURTHOUSE


THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2005


Levy Land

Transactions
10/18/05 11/01105
Transaction Code: AD-Agree Deed, Al-Assumption of Indebtedness, CD-
Correctory Deed, CT-Certificate of Title, D-Deed, E-Easement, FJDX-Final
Judgment Divorce X, MMA-Mortgage Modify Agreement, NL-Notice of
Limitation, QCD-Quit Claim Deed, TD-Tax Deed, WD-Warranty Deed.

WD, $5,000.00, BDY L46(A) SUWANNEE RIVER ESTATES SD
Buyer(s): HENDI ELHAM, MAZINANI ALl
Seller(s): RATCLIFF LYNN SHANE
WD, $970,000.00, BDY 9-14-13, PARCEL #00040-000-00
Buyer(s): SCOTT JANET J, SCOTTALLEN C D II
Seller(s): EDWARD P BATTS REVOCABLE TRUST, BATTS JUANITAA,
BATTS JUANITAA TRUSTEE
D, $1,217,188.00, L22 STARTING POINT SD, ETC
Buyer(s): BARBAZON LESTER JOHN, BARBAZON DESIREE LYNN
Seller(s): THOMPSONILONA, HAMILTON PAMELIAT ESTATE
QCD, $10.00, L22 STARTING POINT SD, ETC
Buyerss: BARBAZON LESTER JOHN, BARBAZON DESIREE LYNN
Seller(s): HAMILTON GWENDOLYN B
WD, $98,500.00, BDY SE114 3-11-14, W/MH, PARCEL #00548-003-OE
Buyer(s): DEZNAN MARGARET R, DEZNAN DAVID
Seller(s): CONNER ANNE B
WD, $375,000.00, BDY 20, 29-13-15, ETC, PARCEL #01994-000-00
Buyer(s): K5 LAND & CATTLE LLC
Seller(s): OTTER CREEK HOLDINGS LLC
WD, $151,900.00, BDY 19-13-15, W/MH
Buyer(s): JULES LOUISE, JULES ALBERT
Seller(s): OTTER CREEK HOLDINGS LLC
WD, $42,000.00, UNDVD 113 INT, BDY 7-14-17, ETC, PARCEL #03717-
000-00
Buyer(s): ALBIOL CHARLES H
Sellerss: GOETHE DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS LLC
WD, $42,000.00, L12(A) REPLAT SUNNY HGH
Buyer(s): SUNDELL LINDA, SUNDELL RICHARD J
Seller(s): BACZANSKI BEVERLY
WD, $25,000.00, L6(6) OAK KNOLL ESTATES
Buyer(s): KAMANN MARILYN C
* Seller(s): JOHNSON MARTHA
WD, $70,000.00, L27(C) CASONS INGLIS ACRES #1, W/MH
Buyer(s): MAHAFFY RONALD
Seller(s): KONUCH JOSEPH ELLIOT, KONUCH THERESA ELIZABETH
QCD, $100,00, L6(5) WILLISTON HGH #7
Buyer(s): MAGNOLIA LANDSTAR HOLDINGS INC
Seller(s): DUHANEY WALCOTTAVIS, WALCOTT AVIS DUHANEY
WD, $155,000.00, BDY NE1/4 NE1/4 34-16-16, ETC, PARCEL #02980-
000-00
Buyer(s): WOOD MICHAEL A
Sellerss: BERGER SARAH E, BERGER DARREL J, BERGER CARLA
CD, $100.00, OR 628/662, L121 UNIVERSITY ESTATES, BDY 9-12-17
Buyer(s): MARTIN SHARON R, MARTIN DANIEL W
Seller(s): LORIE JORGE P
WD, $10,000.00, L121 UNIVERSITY ESTATES, BDY 9-12-17, W/MH
Buyer(s): DESTEDO ENTERPRISES LLC
Seller(s): MARTIN SHARON R, MARTIN DANIEL W
WD, $24,000.00, L83-B FOREST PARK #2
Buyer(s): MIRANDA DIEGO
Seller(s): CROFT FERRELL, HESTER CHRISTINE R
WD, $10.00, L83-B FOREST PARK #2
Buyer(s): MIRANDA DIEGO
Seller(s): HESTER JEREMY A
WD, $36,000.00, L9-10(A) REPLAT U.S. 19 #6 ADD
Buyer(s): STEIN CHARLES P
Sellerss: ALLAN G SAFRANEK REVOCABLE INTER VIVOS TRUST,
CHITTUM PATRICIA D, CHITTUM THOMAS H, MCLARTY LYNN S,
MCLARTY LYNN S TRUSTEE, MONTANA JOHN E, MONTANA JOHN E
TRUSTEE, SAFRANEK ALLAN G, SAFRANEK ALLAN G JR, SAFRANEK
ALLAN G JR TRUSTEE, SAFRANEK ALLAN G TRUSTEE, SAFRANEK
MARY ANN
WD, $29,900.00, L29(82) WILLISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer(s); AU SHI FAN, AU SHUK YING
Seller(s): MURPHY MARILYN J,
WD, $10,000.00, BDY NE1/4 SW1/4 29-11-17, PARCEL #03233-166-00
Buyer(s): RICARD DONALD 'S" ...... .... O .
Seller(s):' STACEY MARY,' STACEY WILLIAM
WD, $23,500.00, L18(A) WILLISTON HGH #9
Buyer(s): GRIFFIS EDWIN E
Seller(s): SPENCER BRYAN E
WD, $35,000.00, L6 SPANISH TRACE
Buyer(s): PERRY MARIE F, PERRY PAUL F
Sellerss: SUTHERLAND LORNAE, SUTHERLAND IAN H
WD, $30,000.00, L8(3) KING RANCH OF FLORIDA RANCHETTES
Buyer(s): MOURELATOS APOSTOLIS
Seller(s): RODRIGUEZ MARGARITA, RODRIGUEZ JOSE
WD, $8,000.00, BDY 32-12-13, ETC, PARCEL #00167-000-00
Buyer(s): ROESCHANITAM, ROESCH KENNETH M
Seller(s): MUSFELDT ELIZABETH M
WD, $20,000.00, BDY SE1/4 SE1/4 19-11-17, ETC, PARCEL #03161-
060-00
Buyer(s): MIRANDA DIEGO
Seller(s): BOLINGER D S, BOLINGER DONALD S
WD, $160,000.00, GOV L5, BDY 22-12-18, ETC, PARCEL #04116-000-00
Buyer(s): FLORA JEANETTE A, FLORA ROBERT C
Seller(s): LAW HELEN MARIE
QCD, $10.0D, L69(6) FANNING SPRINGS ANNIX
Buyer(s): DOWNS WARREN
Seller(s): GRANT BONIFAY J
WD, $950,000.00, BDY S1/2 7-13-19, ETC, PARCEL #05113-000-00
Buyer(s): ZAPPULLA CARMELO
Seller(s): TORTURO PHYLLIS H, TORTURO MICHAEL J
M, $100,000.00, BDY S1/2 7-13-19, ETC, PARCEL #05113-000-00
Buyer(s): TORTURO PHYLLIS J, TORTURO MICHAEL J
Seller(s): ZAPPULLA CARMELO
WD, $10.00, L21-22 NORTH CHIEFLAND ESTATES
Buyer(s): HALL KRISTINE M, HALL MARCUS V
Seller(s): KING CHARLES P JR TRUSTEE
Seller(s): KING CHARLES P JR
M, $260,000.00, L21-22 NORTH CHIEFLAND ESTATES
Buyer(s): PERKINS STATE BANK
Seller(s): HALL KRISTINE M
Seller(s): HALL MARCUS V
WD, $110,000.00, BDY NE1/4 SE1/4 3-13-18, ETC, PARCEL #04374-004-00
Buyer(s): RAWSON EDWARD STANLEY
Seller(s): PARKER KIMBERLY DAWN, PARKER RONALD EDWARD
WD, $42,000.00, L10(5) VILLAGE OF GREEN THUMBS DEV INC
Buyer(s): WATT LORRAINE, WATT RUEL ,
Seller(s): PROCESSING SOLUTIONS INC
WD,/MORT $115,000.00, L95-99(1)US 19 #2ADD, ETC
Buyer(s): RAMCHARRAN RONALD
Seller(s): CANNON DOROTHY JO,,CANNON KENNETH C JR
WD, $50,000.00, L13 SPANISH TRACE
Buyer(s): HAGG DIANE L, HAGG WALTER J
Seller(s): MADSEN GREGORY B, MCGARRY RICHARD M
WD, $4,000.00, L3(87) WILLISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer(s): ACOSTAPEDRO JR
Seller(s): SANTANAJOSE A MELENDEZ, MELENDEZ SANTANAJOSEA
WD, $10.00, BDY SE1/4 5-13-19, ETC, PARCEL #05054-000-00 (PART OF)
Buyer(s): PLEVIN SARAH H L, MCLELLAN JONATHAN
Seller(s): HARRY F HILPERTSHAUSER REVOCABLE TRUST,
ROBINSON JUDY, ROBINSON JUDY TRUSTEE, SIKES MARY, SlKES
MARY TRUSTEE
WD, ,SO 0-0 0 BDY NE1/4 SW1/4 15-12-14, ETC, PARCEL #01000-
001-00 (PART OF)
Buyer(s); FOLEY CHRISTY, FOLEY JASON
gre): WORTHINGTON ESTHER L, WORTHINGTON FRED T
S4,,7 -1., L' -/.-r'-J';.IHGHH G&CC ESTATES
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M,. 600 00. ~.,11() PASE 1 DORSETT HILLS, ETC
St".' ~, f/ ,L', ~ '-. -: PF: .It I'TP/ F' lON SYSTEMS INC,
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CD, 1.0:0, 0,L-7 RA69LAND SHORES
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A,ADNLAMANME $,300,00, OR 210/260
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Seller(s): ARRINGTON CARREL
WD, $4,750.00, BDY L3 MANATEE FARMS EST #2
Buyer(s): ALABURDAANTHONY
Seller(s): LATTO LESLIE
WD, $25,000.00, L6-7(54) OAK RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer(s): STEIN & GIRALDO INC
Seller(s): BERTOCCHINI WILDA COWAN. COWAN GARY L, COWAN
WILDA E
WD, $25,000.00, L10-11(55) OAK RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer(s): STEIN & GIRALDO INC
Seller(s): COWAN WILDA E, COWAN WILLIAM A, BERTOCCHINI WILDA
COWAN
WD, $25,000.00, L12-13(55) OAK RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer(s): STEIN & GIRALDO INC
Seller(s): COWAN WILDA E, COWAN DALE R, BERTOCCHINI WILDA
COWAN
WD, $25,000.00, L14, 17(55) OAK RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer(s): STEIN & GIRALDO INC
Seller(s): BERTOCCHINI WILDA COWAN, COWAN DALE R, COWAN
WILDA E
WD, $18,000.00, L21(32) OAK RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer(s): ALLY NIEAZEE
Seller(s): STEIN & GIRALDO INC
WD, $18,000.00, L26(13) OAK RIDGE ESTATES
Buyer(s): ALl BIBI, ILLI KALAM
Seller(s): MARION PROPERTIES II INC
M, $101,560.00, L11(20) UNIVERSITY OAKS
Buyer(s): WELLS FARGO BANK NA
Seller(s): CAMP JOSHUAA, CAMP SHAWNNA R, WRIGHT MAYME F
M, $20,000.00, L30, PARCEL #03809-024-00, ETC
Buyer(s): SUNTRUST BANK
Seller(s): SULLIVAN WILLIAM E
WD, $22,500.00, L1 (D) WILLISTON HGH #9
Buyer(s): FREYAINC
Sellerss: .BLACK HOWARD C, BLACK MOLLIE G
WD, $29,000.00, L1 (D) WILLISTON HGH #9
Buyer(s): SUGGS ARTHURL
Seller(s): FREYA INC
M, $20,000.00, L 1(D) WILLISTON HGH #9
Buyer(s): PERKINS STATE BANK
Seller(s): SUGGS ARTHUR L
M, $120,000.00, BDY SW1/4 NE1/4 3-12-17
Buyer(s): CAPITAL CITY BANK
Seller(s): ESPINOZA ESPERANZA, ESPINOZA HUGO B
WD, $49,900.00, L10(17) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer(s): NORONA MAYRA C, NORONA ROBERT M
Seller(s): JAREL IVON, JAREL JOSE A
AGREE D, $83,235.00, L52(A) MANATEE FARMS ESTATES SD, W/MH
Buyer(s): NEWELL KENDRA B, NEWELL GEORGE A
Seller(s): GOLDEN WEST MFD HSG, SUWANNEE VALLEY HOMES INC
WD, $69,230.00, BDY SW1/4 NW1/4 9-12-15
Buyer(s): ANDREWS A D
Seller(s): ANDREWS DENNIS E
M, $110,000.00, BDY 33, 34-12-18, ETC
Buyer(s): CAPITAL CITY BANK
Seller(s): MASHBURN JILL, KUL CSAR GEORGE, KULCSAR SHIRLEY
WD, $35,000.00, L11(46) UNIVERSITY OAKS, W/MH
Buyer(s): HULL WILLIAM H
Seller(s): STEWARD SANDRA C
M, $77,951.40 L6 SUMMER PLACE #2
Buyer(s): DRUMMOND COMMUNITY BANK
Seller(s): SMITH ANDREA D, SMITH WOODRO\V H
QCD, $10.00, L2(138) WILLISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer(s): PRINCE SHARON A
Seller(s): CARTEE EDWARD W
WD, $130,000.00, L12 SUWANNEE ACRES, BDY 32-12-13, W/MH
Buyer(s): KNOWLES ROBERT C
Seller(s): CHRISTIANS MARY V, CHRISTIANS MARVIN E
WD, $50,000.00, L208 FOREST PARK #2
Buyer(s): BAZINET SARAH E, BAZINET NATHAN D
Seller(s): DOYLES HOPE E A TRUSTEE, DOYLES MARTIN HOPE
TRUSTEE, HOPE E A DOYLES FAMILY TRUST, MARTIN HOPE DOYLES
TRUSTEE
CD, $10.00, OR 973/966, BDY NW 1/4 30-12-18, ETC, PARCEL #04232-
004-OB
Buyer(s): PERRY GLORIA JEAN, PERRY VERN EL W OOD
Seller(s): WALTON RONALD F
M, $88,650.00, BDY 16-14-14, ETC, PARCEL #01283-016-00
Buyer(s): MARKET STREET M, CORPORATION MERS, ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS INC .
Seller(s): MONTPETIT BEATRICE H, MONTPETIT GABRIEL, MONTPETIT
RUSS E
WD, $115,000.00, BDY L14 LAKE BONABLE ESTATES, BDY 24-15-17, ETC
Buyer(s): GONZALEZ CARMEN
Seller(s): BREWER THERESA L
M, $235,328.00, BDY L14 LAKE BONABLE ESTATES, BDY 24, 25-15-17,
ETC, PARCEL #03808-013-00
Buyer(s): AMSOUTH BANK
Seller(s): GONZALEZ CARMEN
WD, $10.00, BDY L 1-5(3) MAP SOUTHERN PART OF CITY CEDAR KEY, ETC
Buyer(s): RICHARD LEE AND ROSEMARY CAMPBELL SMITH
REVOCABLE, SMITH RICHARD LEE TRUSTEE, SMITH ROSEMARY
CAMPBELL TRUSTEE, SMITH ROSEMARY CAMPBELL, SMITH RICHARD
L
WD, $44,000.00, L16(42) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer(s): ROBERTS SYDNEY
Seller(s): BAKSH MOHAMED J, BAKSH SYLVIA N
QCD, $18,000.00, L3(F) GRACELAND SHORES, W/MH
Buyer(s): RYGH PEGGY R, BRYANT ELBERT R
Seller(s): LOW MYRTLE, LOW.ROBERT ,
CD, $10.00, L21(4) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer(s): MASSA RUTH C
Seller(s): MASSA RUTH C, PUTNAL PATRICIA L
QCD,'$100.00, BDY SW1/4 SE1/4 15-14-16, ETC, PARCEL #02614-001-00,
Buyer(s): FOTI WILMA JEAN
Seller(s): PACE KIMBERLY S
QCD, $6,000.00, BDY SW1/4 SE1/4 15-14-16, PARCEL #02608-000-00,
02614-001-OA, 02614-001-OB, ETC, W/MH
Buyer(s): FOTI WILMA JEAN
Seller(s): DERR JOANN C, GRICE BARBARA.JOANN, GRICE GERALD L
DECEASED
WD, $10.00, BDY SW1/4 NE1/4 3-12-14, PARCEL #00938-001-00
Buyer(s): BARNHILL DARLENE S
Seller(s): VANACORE CART L
WD, $20,000.00, L9(59) WILLISTON HGH #5
Buyer(s): SD SANFORD INC
Seller(s): BOOZER RUTH TATE
WD, $27,000.00, L9(59) WILLISTON HGH #5
Buyer(s): DAMIANO DEANNA, DAMIANO NICHOLAS.
Seller(s): SD SANFORD INC
WD, $19,000.00, L12(54) WILLISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer(s): STEIN & GIRLADO
Seller(s): CRUZADAE, IIUNIZSIGFREDO
SWD, $19,000.00, ,L12(54) WILLISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer(s): MARION PROPERTIES INC
Seller(s): STEIN & GIRLADO
A, ADDNLADVANCES $10.00, OR 917/45
Buyer(s): FLORIDA COMMUNITY BANK
Seller(s): BUILDERS PROPERTY GROUP LLC
M, $44,600.80 L4-5(10) FANNIN SPRINGS ANNEX
Buyer(s): HOUSEHOLD FINANCE CORPORATION III
Seller(s): CONRAD DENISE M, CONRAD DALE R
QCD, $10.00, BDY NW1/4 SE1/4, PARCEL#01864-000-00
Buyer(s): EDWARDS JACK H
Seller(s): EDWARDS MILDRED N
WD, $30,000.00, L6(10) WILLISTON HGH #11


Buyer(s): LATCHMAN SHARMILA, LATCHMANROHAN
Seller(s): QMM HOLDINGS LLC
M, $84,800.00; L 1(2) PINERIDGE ESTATES
Buyer(s): DECISION ONE COMPANY LLC, MERS ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS INC
Seller(s): ROGERS MICHELLE L
M, $21,200.00, L 1(2) PINERIDGE ESTATES
Buyer(s): DECISION ONE COMPANY LLC, MERS ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS INC
Seller(s): ROGERS MICHELLE L
QCD, $3,000.00, L1 (108) WILLISTONHGH G&CC
Buyer(s): YIOVES CHARILAOS
Seller(s): GARDNER JOAN C
QCD, $10.00, L1(108) WILLISTON HGH G&CC
Buyer(s): YIOVES CHARILAOS, 182 MAIN ST REALTY CORP, COQUERAN


MICHAEL
Seller(s): YIOVES CHARILAOS
M, $105,360.00, L13-14(D) ROSEWOOD PARK #1
Buyer(s): HOMES TAR LENDING CORP, MERS ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS INC
Seller(s): BECKHAIVI DANIELLE M, BECKHAM DANIELLE IVIONIQUE,
BECKHAM KEVIN W, BECKHAM KEVIN WARD
WD, $350,000.00, BDY 8-13-18, ETC, PARCEL #04411-001-00
Buyer(s): ETHERIDGE SHANNON LEE, ETHERIDGE BRADLEY
ELLIOT
Seller(s): WILKERSON TERRY, WILKERSON MARGARET M,
CONTRERAS MARGARET M
M, $263,019.89 BDY 8-13-18, ETC
Buyer(s): DRUMMOND COMMUNITY BANK
Seller(s): ETHERIDGE SHANNON LEE, ETHERIDGE BRADLEY
ELLIOT
M, $250,000.00, L6(B) LANGLEY ESTATES
Buyer(s): PERKINS STATE BANK
Seller(s): WILLARD KAREN, WILLARD ROY
WD, $72,000.00, L13 ROLLING ACRES, BDY 27-12-17, ETC, W/MH
Buyer(s): KYLE TONY M
Sellerss: REGO SHIRLEY, REGO NORMAN B
M, $54,000.00, L13 ROLLING ACRES, BDY 27-12-17, ETC, W/MH
Buyer(s): PERKINS STATE BANK
Seller(s): KYLE TONY M
WD, $25,000.00, L41 ROLLING ACRES RANCHETTES, BDY 18-12-18,
PARCEL #11877-000-00
Buyer(s): LOMAURO ROBERTA C, LOMAURO MICHAEL V
Seller(s): FIDDES MARY T, FIDDES HAYON J
M, $21,250.00, L41 ROLLING ACRES RANCHETTES, BDY 18-12-18
Buyer(s): CAPITAL CITY BANK
Seller(s): LOMAURO ROBERTA C, LOMAURO MICHAEL V
QCD, $10.00, BDY NE1/4 19-14-19, ETC
Bu'yer(s): KRUGER PAUL
Seller(s): KRUGER PAUL
WD, $6,296,500.00, BDY SE1/4 NE1/4 18-12-14, ETC, PARCEL
#01018-001-OA, 01014-000-00, 01006-000-00, ETC
Buyer(s): HUTCHISON EDWINA R
Seller(s): LIVINGSTON LOIS A
WD, $200,000.00, BDY SE1/4 SE1/4 18-12-14, PARCEL #01018-001-
OA, 01014-000-00, 01006-000-00, ETC
Buyer(s): HUTCHISON EDWINA R
Seller(s): LIVINGSTON LOIS A
WD, $361,000.00, L11-25(B) REPLAT OF US 19 #6 ADD, ETC, PARCEL
#00506-001-00
Buyer(s): TRINITY MATERIALS LLC'
Seller(s): ANDERSON MATERIALS CO INC
WD, $50,000.00, L7-8(24) MCKENZIES ADD TO OLD CHIEFLAND,
W/MH
Buyer(s): TOOKE MARK
Seller(s): SHEARS KATHERINE P
QCD, $3,500.00, L30(107) WILLISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES SD
Buyer(s): DAUX AINSLEY, DAUX JOHN Y, DAUX SCHILLIER, DAUX
VALERIE
,Seller(s): ROBERTSON ROLAND A
WD, $49,995.00, L63(34) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer(s): COLL ADO MARIA R, VIERA MANUEL
Seller(s): AMERICAN PRIME LLC
M, $42,495.75 L63(34) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer(s): AMERICAN PRIME LLC
Seller(s): COLL ADO MARIA R, VIERA MANUEL
WD, $49,995.00, L23(34) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES SEC N
Buyer(s): RUIZ WILLY
Seller(s): AMERICAN PRIME LLC
WD, $59,000.00, L10(29) OCALA HGH WEST, WIMH
Buyer(s): MEYER KAREN, MEYER ROBERT
Seller(s): CONSECO FINANCE SERVICING CORP, GREEN TREE
SERVICING LLC
WD, $10.00, L9(23) OCALA HGH WEST, VOMIT
Buyer(s): HERRERA ROSE MARY
Seller(s): RODRIGUEZ SIMON
WD, $93.600 00, L6 NORTH CHIEFLAND ESTATES. WIMH
Buyers) FERRIS THOM"S ".1 I
Sellerss: HIDDEN KAREN C, HIDDEN PATRICK 0
M, $74,850.00, L6 NORTH CHIEFLAND ESTATES, WIMH
Buyer(s): WELLS FARGO BANK NA
Seller(s): FERRIS THOMAS
WD, $20,000.00, L17(53) WILLISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Buyer(s): QMM HOLDINGS COMPANY INC
Seller(s): CANDELARIO ELIZABETH M, CANDELARIO JOSE L, MEDAL
ELIZABETH
WD, $240,000.00, L75 ROLLING ACRES, BDY 27-12-17, ETC
Buyer(s): FORTE STACIE J, FORTE JOHN N
Seller(s): WARREN WAYNE E, WARREN JANET A
M, $120,000.00,, BDY 27-12-17, ETC
Buyer(s): CAPITAL CITY. BANK, MERS, MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS INC
Seller(s): FORTE STACIE J, FORTE JOHN N
WD, $34,000.00, L1-9, 42-50(35) MIDWAY HTS
Buyer(s): POMPEO MARC J, MCCURDY WILLIAM W
Seller(s): DAMMRICH JAMES
WD, $47,000.00, L89(7) FANNIN SPRINGS ANNEX, W/MH
Buyer(s): CARRIER ROBERT J
Seller(s): MCDONALD SHARON J, MCDONALD CHARLES H
M, $47,000.00, L89(7) FANNIN SPRINGS ANNEX
Buyer(s): BANK OF AMERICA NA
Seller(s): CARRIER ROBERT J
WD, $31,500.00, L7 BAHIAACRES
Buyer(s): BARBERLAURAE, BARBER MARK M
Seller(s): CAMACHO GLADYS, CAMACHO DIEGO
WD, $10.00, BDY SE1/4 SE/14 25-12-18, ETC, PARCEL #04175-002-00
Buyer(s): QUINN MEGAN H, QUINN RICHARD C
Seller(s): PATTERSON MEGAN N, QUINN MEGAN H
M, $36,000.00, BDY SE1/4 SE/14 25-12-18, ETC, W/MH
Buyer(s): PERKINS STATE BANK
Seller(s): QUINN MEGAN H; QUINN RICHARD C
WD, $383,061.00, L8 MONTBROOK ESTATES, BDY 24-13-18, ETC,
PARCEL #04475-005-00 (CUT OUT FROM)
Buyer(s): RUTTER BRONWEN S, RUTTER SARAH K
Seller(s): HECHAVARRIA ONDINA
M, 1 $370,000.00, L'8 MONTBROOK ESTATES, BDY 24-13-18, ETC
Buyer(s): SOUTH FLORIDA FEDERAL LAND BANK ASSOCIATION
Seller(s): RUTTER JOSIAH B, RUTTER SARAH K
WD, $155,000.00, L5(4) WOODFIELDS SD
Buyer(s): WARREN JANETA, WARREN WAYNE E
Seller(s): WINTERS CHRISTY SUE, WINTERS WAYNE ALAN
WD, $10.00, BDY NW1/4 SW1/4 8-13-19, PARCEL #05121-006-00
Buyer(s): UNITY TEMPLE OF DELIVERANCE OUTREACH CENTER INC
Seller(s): INTIMACY HOUSE OF PRAYER OUTREACH MINISTRIES INC
D, $10.00, L4-5(18) UNIVERSITY OAKS
Buyer(s): SARNECKI LORI, EDWARDS LORI
Seller(s): EDWARDS LORI, SARNECKI LORI, SARNECKI PAUL
STEPHEN ESTATE
QCD, $10.00, L5-7(1) BOWMANS ADD
.Buyer(s): CLEMENTS RACHEL A, CLEMENTS JEREMY M
Seller(s): SLOAN RACHELA, CLEMENTS RACHELA
A, ADDNL ADVANCES $50,000.00, OR 843/41
Buyer(s): CAPITAL CITY BANK
Seller(s): OWENS HAROLD, HAMMOND PHILIP.A
WD, $6,000.00, BDY NE1/4 NW1/4 1-12-14, ETC, PARCEL#00834-001-00
Buyer(s): SCULKY ROBERT
Seller(s): WILKINSON JACK
WD, $10.00, BDY NW1/4 SE1/4 4-14-19, ETC, PARCEL #05274-001-00
(PART)
Buyer(s): BLAGG MARGARETT R, BLAGG MICHAEL LEE
Seller(s): BLAGG HERBERT B, BLAGG MARGARETT R
WD, $10.00, BDY SW1/4 SE1/4 33-13-19, ETC, PARCEL #05269-000-


00 (PART)
Buyer(s): FANT BEN F, FANT COYE JAMES
Seller(s): BLAGG HERBERT B, BLAGG MARGARETT R
WD, $63,000.00, L6(F) RIVERSIDE SD #3, W/'MH
:Buyer(s): BRAGG SUZETTE, PETERSON JAMES H III
Seller(s): ISEMANN KATHY, ISEMANN RONALD E
M, $100,000.00, L1(2) JEANNE HEIBNER SD, BDY 10-11-14, PARCEL
#10145-000-00
Buyer(s): BANK OF AMERICA NA
Seller(s): WOLFSON LOIS, MASER ROSLYN S, WOLFSON LO
M, $32,000.00, BDY E1/2 SE1/4 32-12-19, ETC, PARCEL #04867-000-00
Buyer(s): MONGIOVI DOMINICA, MONGIOVI RONALD
Seller(s): BRYANT ANTHONE







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125 Services
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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
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345 Wanted to Rent
400 REAL ESTATE
405 Condos & Apart-
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410 Houses for Sale
415 Mobile Homes for
Sale
435 Commercial Property
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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
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T & J TREE SERVICES. Li-
censed and insured, free esti-
mates, 17 years experience, and
24-hr. emergency service. Call
352-486-6297. 12/29p

TREES, TREES, TREES. Langs-
ton Tree Services, Inc. Call (352)
490-4456. tfnb
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.tfnb


Help Wanted
210 Full time 1l

IMMEDIATE OPENING for
someone who has the drive and
focus to succeed. A.D. Andrews
Nursery in Chiefland, with over
20 years of solid performance,
is looking for a self-motivated
individual to use an existing
database to sell, via telephone,
our trees. The right applicant
must have a pleasant telephone
voice, be articulate and well
mannered. The work week is
Monday through Friday during
normal business hours and pays
a salary plus commission. This
job has little supervision, there-
fore, the right individual must be
self-motivated, goal oriented
and willing to increase the cli-
entele data base. Some travel
may be necessary, and we will
pick up the tab. See the South-
ern United States while earn-
ing some cash. Email resume
to general@adandrewsnsy.com
or fax to 352-490-6189 or mail
to PO Box 1126, Chiefland, FL
32644

LOADER OPERATOR with
mechanical experience needed.
Class A CDL a plus. Call 352-
472-6955. 11/10, 17b.

Help Wanted/'j
240 Part time.'
HAIRDRESSER NEEDED.
Contact Dee at 352-543-0091.
11/10,17,24,12/1,8,15b.


Help Wante1
210 Full time >' f15Mobile Home 6 81i


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 vaca-,
tions/holidays. Please contact
Vernon at 352-493-4263 or
Vernon1@bellsouth.net or fax
resume to 352-493-4277 tfnb

WANTED: Subcontractors for
site prep, concrete flat work and
drywall. Call John at 727-869-
3677. 11/3, 10p.

SALES PERSON for growing
log home company. Construction
knowledge helpful. Full time po-
sition with benefit package. Fax
resume to 352-486-8075 or e-
mail to gregg@bkcypress.com.
11/10, 17b

LUBE TECH needed. Experi-
ence helpful but not necessary.
Will train right person, Only se-
rious inquirers needed. Call
Vernon at 352-493-4263 or
vernon@bellsouth.net or fax re-
sume to 352-493-4277. ffnb



Buying
Tax Deeds?
N"eed to. dea&= te titeW ?
Epemienced, Sependa&e
Sewice and
Reasonable
Rates!
ead
eawotte J. Weidne
ATTORNEY AT LAW
(352) 486-3753


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.

3/2 D/W $550 3/1 S/W $450 -
2/2 S/W $450 2/2 S/W $425. all
have C/H & A. First and last se-
curity required. 352- 447- 5998.
Homes are located in Bronson.
11/10p '


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

Auctions
510 a
SOUTHERN AUCTION MAR-
KETING, 15991 Hwy. 27A, Wil-
liston, Monday night, Novem-
ber 14, at 7:00 p.m., Col Joel
Kulcsar AU1437, AB2240, 10%
buyer's premium. A round oak
table, RCA Victor radio stereo,
washer and dryer, upright freez-
er, a Lane cedar chest dresser,
loveseat sofa and chair, Studio
56 Monopoly Village, glassware
and jewelry Contact 352-528-
2950. 10/27b
Yard Sales -a


BIG SALE! Friday, Nov. 11th, 8
a.m. Christmas items, washing
machine, bar stools and lots of
miscellaneous. Next to Jim King
Realty Office on Highway 19,
Chiefland. 11/1-Ob ,

HUGE YARD sale 6073 NE 87th
Ave. Bronson. Fri., Sat., Sun.'8
to 5 11/1Op

Transportation


800i


Automobiles' .


1998 MERCURY MYSTIQUE,
well maintained, nearly new tires,
AC, cruise control and more.
$2,900. 528-3323 or 352/208-
1450. 11-10b


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Donna Potter d/b/a Bronson Self
Storage, pursuant to the provision of
the Florida Self Storage Facility Act
(Fla. Stat. 83.801 et sec.) gives no-
tice of sale under said Act to wit:
On December 3rd at Bronson
Self Storage, 839 E Hathaway Ave.,
Bronson, Fl. 32621, Donna Potter or
her agent will conduct a sale at 10:00
A.M. by sealed bids to the highest
bidder.
Bids to be opened at noon, with
viewing from 9:30 A.M. until noon-for
the contents of the bay or bays, rent-
ed by the following person/persons.
Andrew Murphy
PO Box 1798
Bronson, FL 32621
Mike Ferrell
PO Box 1906
Bronson, FL 32621
Anna McPherson
10312 NE 67th Lane
Bronson, FL 32621
Michelle Howard
5850 NE 122nd Ct.
Bronson, FL 32621
Nicole Walker
12350 NE 83rd Lane
Bronson, ,FL 32621 ..
Frank Martin
5850 NE 122nd Ct.
Bronson, FL 32621
Consists of household, personal
items or miscellaneous merchan-
dise, stored at Bronson Self Storage,
839 E. Hathaway Ave., Bronson, Fl.
32621. Sale is being held to satisfy a
statutory lien.
Dated October 19, 2005.
Bronson Self Storage
Donna Potter
PO Box 1705
Bronson, Fl. 32621
Phone (352) 486-2121
Sale 12/3/05
Pub: November 10, 17, 2005


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CALL MIRIAM AT 486-2312



Regina Goss
Licensed Real Estate Broker

GOSS WILLIAMS
LAND & ACREAGE: REAL ESTATE, INC.
City of ChieflandI 1r ith both commercial
and resident S rossfrom Post Office & new
apartment complex. Many possibilities. $330,000
Natural Florida 1 wooded acre on paved road, cleared
home site, within walking distance of Suwannee &
public boat ramp. $27,500
Bronson Heights 1 acre plus lot just off paved street,
scattered trees & close to Alternate Hwy 27. $24,900
Planted Pines 20 acres approx. 5 miles SW of Chiefland
city limits on SR 345, good location. $300,000
Fowlers Bluff small older single-wide mobile home on
2 lots on 151st Terrace in Fowlers Bluff. Perfect for a
hunting cabin. $55,000
Wooded Acreage 7.45 acres MOL on Hwy 27. Corner
lot. $130,000
Collier Acres Lot 6 contains 5 acres MOL at the corner of
341 & 336. Wooded lot close to Concord Baptist. $80,000
Prime Property 80 acres with scattered large oaks pav-
ed road, potential for development. $12,000 per acre
RESIDENTIAL & BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY:
Attention Horse Lovers 84 acre ranch in Williston area
with 3/2 home, including barn with apartment. Front &
rear porches overlooking fenced & cross-fenced acreage.
Portion platted into 10-acre parcels. Great view from
hilltop. $1.6 million
Complete Business Opportunity Turn-key business
including building, inventory, & equipment at the
Scrap Attack store in S. Chiefland. Just open the doors
& go to work! $350,000
City of Chiefland 2 or 3 BR, 1 Bath home on US Alt 27,
garage & screened porch. $ Reduced to $129,900
102 S. Main Street, Chiefland, FL 32626
Office: 352-493-2838 Evenings: 352-493-1380


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Page 12


LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


Legals & Classified


THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2005


NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,,
that the holders) of Certificate
number 3358 of the sale of
2002 has (have) filed said Cer-
tificate for a Tax Deed to be is-
sued thereon. The name(s) pf
the holders) of said Certificate,
the description of the property,
and the name(s) in which it is as-
sessed are as follows:

NAME(S) OF CERTIFICATE
HOLDER(S): William Campbell.

LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF
THE PROPERTY: Lot 9, Hide-
away Unit No. 1, according to
the plat thereof recorded in Plat
Book 5, page 17, public records
of Levy County, Florida, Section
25, Township 11 South, Range
13 East. Together with a 1974
Champion mobile home bearing
ID#0649511061. Parcel#14283-
000-00. .

NAME(S) IN WHICH AS-
SESSED: Donald B. McKechnie


All of said property being in the
County of Levy, State of Florida.
Unless such Certificate shall
be redeemed according to law,
the property described in such
Certificate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the Courthouse
lobby on Monday, the 12th day
of December, 2005, between the
hours of 11:00 A.M. and 2:00
P.M.
DATED this7th day of Novem-
ber, 2005.
DANNY J. SHIPP
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA
Pub.: Nov., 10, 17, 24, and Dec.
1, 2005

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
that the holders) of Certificate
number 2278 of the sale of
2003 has (nave) filed said Cer-
tificate for a Tax Deed to be is-
sued thereon. The names) of
the holders) of said Certificate,
the description of the property,
and the names) in which it is as-
sessed are as follows:

NAME(S) OF CERTIFICATE
HOLDER(S): Serafin Roldan.

LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF
THE PROPERTY: Lot 11, Block
23, Bronson Heights 4th Addi-
tion, according to the plat thereof
recorded in Plat Book 3, pages
65, 65A & 65B. public records
of Levy County, Florida, Sectiori
15, Township 12 South, Range
17 East, Parcel #09334-002-00.

NAME(S) IN WHICH AS-
SESSED:' Daniel Torres and
SMarieA. Torres. '

All of said property being in the
County of Levy. State of Florida.
-Unless such Certificate shall
be redeemed according to law.
'the property described in such
.Certificate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the Courthouse
lobby on Monday, the 12th day.
of December, 2005, between the
hours of 11:00 A.M. and 2:00
RP.M. .
DATED this 7th day of Novem-
ber, 2005.
DANNY J.SHIPP
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT .
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA
Pub:: Nov. 10, 17, 24, and Dec.
1, 2005

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
-that the holders) of Certificate
number 1196 of the sale of 2003
has (have) filed said Certificate
Sfor a Tax Deed to be issued
thereon. The nameiss of the
holders) of said Certificate, the:
description of the property, and
the name(s) in which it is as-"
sessed are as follows:

NAMES) OF CERTIFICATE
HOLDER(S): Rudolph Dallas,.

LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF THE
PROPERTY: The West 87,5 feet
of the South 1/2 of Lot 23, Block'
6, OF EAST WILLISTON SUB-
DIVISION, as recorded in Plat
SBook 1, page 19, Public Records
of Levy County, Florida, Section
32, Township 12 South, Range
19 East, Parcel #06204-000-00.

NAME(S) .IN WHICH AS-
SESSED: Southtrust Bank .

All of said property being in the
County of Levy, State of Florida.
Unless such Certificate shall
be redeemed according to law,


the property described in such
Certificate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the Courthouse


lobby on Monday, the 12th day
of December, 2005, between the
hours of 11:00 A.M. and 2:00
P.M.
DATED this 7th day of Novem-
ber, 2005.
DANNY J. SHIPP
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA
Pub.: Nov. 10, 17, 24, and Dec.
1, 2005

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE 8TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT.


IN AND FOR LEV
FLORID
CIVIL DIVIS
CASE NO.: 38-200:
U.S. BANK
ASSOCIATION, AS
TRUSTEE FC
STRUCTU RED AS
INVESTMENT LO
2005-4

vs.
MICHELLE GRE
MICHELLE L.
GREER, et al,

Defendants,
NOTICE
FORECLOSURE

NOTICE IS HER
pursuant, to a Fin
of Foreclosure da
day of November,
entered, in Case N
CA-000758, of the
of the 8TH Judicia
and for Levy CoL
wherein U.S. BANK
ASSOCIATION, AS
FOR THE ST
ASSET INVESTM
TRUST, 2005-4 is,
MICHELLE GRE
MICHELLE L..GREE
DENTAL CENTER
KENNETH S. GR
DOE; JANE DOEAS
TENANT (S) IN PC
OF THE SUBJECT
are defendants. I1
the highest and be
cash in the MAIN
the Levy County
in BRONSON, Flor
a.m. on the 5th day
20,05, the following
property as set forth
Judgment, to wit:
ALLTHATPARTAN
OFTHE WESTY20
'2 OF THE NE 1;O 0
OF SECTION 1,
17 SOUTH, RANG
LEVY COUNTY,
THAT LIES AND IS
STATE ROAD 40.
If you are a
Disabilities who
accommodation to
this proceeding, you
at no cost to you to ti
of certain assist
contact the ADA Co
Court Street, Bronso
or Telephone (352
prior to such procei
are hearing impaired
955-8771.
Dated this 2nd day 6
2005 .
DANI
Clerk Of The


By: Gwen McElroy
Deputy Clerk
Submitted by:
Law Office of Marshall C.
Watson
1800 NW 49h Street, Suite 120
Fort Lauderdale; Florida 33309
Telephone: (954) 453-0365
Facsimile: (954) 771-6052
Pub: November 10, 17, 2005

NOTICE


COUNTY, THE BOARD .OF COUNTY
)A COMMISSIONERS OF LEVY
SION COUNTY WILL HOLD A PUBLIC
5-CA-000758 AUCTION FOR" ESCHEATED
NATIONAL PROPERTIES ON TUESDAY,
> NOVEMBER 28, 2005 IN THE
)R THE LOBBY OF THE LEVY COUNTY
SET COURT HOUSE AT 10:00 A.M..
)AN TRUST, THE SALE WILL BE CONDUCT-
ED IN ACCORDANCE WITH
Plaintiff, THE ORDINANCE ADOPTED

EER A/K/A AUGUST 6, 2002 RELATING
TO THE PURCHASE OF .ES-
CHEATED LANDS. THE RE-,
QUIREMENTS TO PURCHASE
ESCHEATED PROPERTY ARE:
OF 1) AN ANNUAL AUCTION OF
IE SALE ALL LANDS ESCHEATED TO
THE COUNTY; 2) TO BE GON-
REBY GIVEN DUCTED BY AN APPOINTED,
al Judgment REPRESENTATIVES) AND
ted2005, and ADVERTISED IN ADVANCE;
o. 38-5,2005n 3) SHALL BE OFFERED FOR-
Circuit Court SALE ON A "BID BASIS." 4) INI-
al Circuit in TIAL OPENING BID FOR EACH
unty, Florida PARCEL SHALL BEA MINIMUM
K NATIONAL OF $200.00. ,5) SUCCESS-
S TRUSTEE FUL BIDDER SHALL PAY THE
rRUCTURED' -FULL PURCHASE PRICE, BY
ENT LOAN CASH OR CERTIFIED FUNDS.
Plaintiff and PAYABLE TO THE BOARD OF
-ER A/K/A COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
ER; FLORIDA PRIOR TO THE.CLOSE OF THE.
ERS RA; .AUCTION. 6) IF SUCCESSFUL
E UNKNOWN BIDDER FAILS TO PAY THE
POSSESSION FULL PURCHASE PRICE BY
PROPERTY. THE CLOSE OF THE AUC-
will sell to TION THE SECOND HIGHEST
st bidder for BIDDER'SHALL BE NOTIFIED
4 LOBBY of AND HAVE 24 HOURS WITH-
Courthouse, IN WHICH TO PAY THE FULL
ida, at 11:00 PURCHASE PRICE."BIDDERS'
of December' ARE ADVISED ANY PARCEL
g described BEING OFFERED FOR BID,
in said Final MAY BE DELETED FROM THE
D PORTIONAUCTION PRIOR TO COM-
TMENCING THE AUCTION."
F THE WEST FILES MAY BE REVIEWED'AT'

TOWNSHIP THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY,
E 16 EAST ATTORNEY, 380 S., COURT
FLORIDA STREET BRONSON, FL PRIOR
NORTH OF TO'SAILE DATE:.,; 1 A :

person with Cert. No. 135, sale of 199i -
need any Tract in SW 1/4 of NW 1/4. DB
participate in 93, page 388, Lot 3, Block A-5,
a are entitled Jemlands Unrecorded. Parcel
he provisions #01097-026-00: Prior property
ant. Please owner, Earl & Virginia Weeks.
coordinator at
n, FL 32621 Cert. No. 95, sale of 1983 Leg.

eding. If you Tract in SE 1/4 of-NW 1/4. DB
d call 1-800- 95, page 319, Lot 12, Block D-2,
Jemlands Unrecorded. Parcel
of November #01097-095-00. '"Prior property
owner Levy Co. BOCC
NYJ. SHIPP
Circuit Court Cert. No. 79, sale of 1984 Leg.


Tract in SE 1/4 of NW 1/4. DB Cert. N
95, Page 313, Lot 17, Block D-2, Tract i
Jemlands Unrecorded: Parcel 100, pa
#01097-099-00. Prior property 4, Jem
owner Willodean C. Kincaide. #0109

Cert. No. 119, sale of 1986 Leg. owner
Tract in NW 1/4 of NW 1/4. DB Cert.N
96, page 29, Lot 21, Block E-1, Tract iN
Jemlands Unrecorded. Parcel 108, p
#01097-136-00. Prior property 6, Jem
owner John W. & Angela Frys- #0109
singer. ownerI

Cert. No. 124, sale of 1.987- Leg. Cert. r
Tract in NW 1/4 of NW 1/4. DB Leg. T
96, page 25, Lot 28, Block E-1, OR Bo
Jemlands Unrecorded. Parcel Block .
#01097-140-00. Prior property. Parcel
owner James* D. & Lucille E. properly
Ache Hanley

Cert. No. 100, sale of 1983 Leg. Cert.
Tract in NE 1/4 of NW 1/4. DB Tract 4
96, page 145, Lot 12, Block G-1, NW 1/4
Jemlands Unrecorded. .Parcel Lot 25,
#01097-165-00. Prior property recorded
owner Levy Co. BOCC. 00, P

Cert:. No. 128, sale of 1987 R. & A
Leg. Tract in SW 1/4 of NW 1/4 Cert. N
OR Book 203, page 485, Lot B & R
31, Block A-5, Jemlands Unre- 18, 15
corded. Parcel #01097-174-00. Road
Prior property owner Suzanne age
Marie Cocker. 00. Pi
liam J.,
Cert. No. 102,.sale of 1983- Leg.
Tract in NW 1/4 of NW 1/4. DB Cert.
99, page 598, Lot 10; Block E-4,. Was
Jemlands Unrecorded. Parcel Lot 40.
#01097-226-00. Prior property Parcel.
owner Arnold & Bertha M: Long. property

Cert No. 161, sale of 1989 C N
Tract in NW 1'/4of NW 1/4. DB eol
97, page 211; Lot 11, Block E-6, -Lot 14.
Jemlands Unrecorded. Parcel & 158.
#01097-233-00. Prior property Prior p
owner Millard E. & Helen Kath- Crews.
ryn Sullivan.
Cert. N
Cert. No. 131,.sale of 1987- Leg. Eppers
Tract in NE 1/4 of NW 1/4. DB tion of pp
97, page 461, Lot 27, Block G- 687. ton of
2, Jemlands Unrecorded. Par- Prior p
cel #01097-243-00. Prior prop- Giffis,
erty owner, Joseph S. & Harriet '
Blairche Sease. DATED
bDATE
Cert. No. 126, sale of 1986- Leg. ber, 20
Tract in NE 1/4 of NW 1/4. DB TONY
99, page 281, Lot 8, Block G-4, BOAR
Jemlands Unrecorded. Parcel COMM
#01097-249-00 Prior property
owner James L. & Maude E.
Norton. Publish
Nov. 10
Cert. No. 127, sale of 1986 Leg. Nov.
Tract in NE 1/4 of NW 1/4. DB NOT
97, page 207,'Lot 18, Block G-5, Pau
Jemlands Unrecorded. Parcel age, pi
#01097-264-00. Prior property of the F
owner Byron K. & Charlotte T. yAct (I
Stewart hereby
said A(
Cert. No. 157, sale of 1991 25, 20(
Tract in NE 1/4 of NW 1/4. DB N.E 2
97, page 451, Lot 2, Block G-6,
Jemlands Unrecorded. Parcel
#01097-270-00. Prior property
owner Carolyn F. Miller.


NOTICE OF INTENT TO USE UNIFORM

METHOD OF'.

COLLECTING NON-AD VALOREM-

ASSESSMENTS


Levy County, Florida (the "County") hereby provides notice, pursuant to section
197.3632(3)(a), Florida Statutes, of its intent to use the uniform method of collecting
non-ad valorem. special assessments to be leyied within.the unincorporated area of the
County., for the cost of pro\ iding solid waste disposal, road maintenance, and fire services
commencing for the Fiscal Year beginning on October 1, 2006. The County will consider,
the adoption of a resolution electing to use the uniform method of collecting such assess-
ments authorized by section 197.3632. Florida Statutes, at a public hearing to be held at
9:00 a.m. on December 6. 2005, at the Levy Countr Courthouse. 355 South Court Street,
Bronson. Florida. Such resolution will state the need for the levy and will contain a legal
description of the boundaries of the real property subject to the levI. Copies of the pro-
posed form of resolution, which contains the legal description of the real property subject
to the levy, are on file at the Office of the Clerk of Circuit Court. 355 South Court Street,
Bronson. Florida. All interested persons are in\ ited to attend.
In the event anY person decides to appeal any decision by the County with respect
to any matter relating to the consideration of the resolution at the abo ve-referenced pub-
lic hearing, a record of the proceeding maybe needed and in such an e\ent, such person
may need to ensure that a verbatim record of.the public hearing is made, which record
,includes the testimony and evidence on which the appeal is to. be based. In accordance
with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons needing a special accommodation or an
interpreter to participate in.this proceeding should contact the Board of County Commis-
sioners at (352) 486-5218, 3 days prior to the date of the hearing.

DATED this 3rd day of November, 2005.

By Order of:
Tony Parker, Chair LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA

Publish in a newspaper of general, circulation during the weeks of:

November 8 14, 2005.
November 15 21, 2005
November 22- 28, 2005
November 29 December 5; 2005


o. 107, sale of 1983 Leg.
n NW 1/4 of NW 1/4., DB
age 166, Lot 21, Block H-
lands Unrecorded. Parcel
7-308-00. Prior property
Henrietta K. Hartig.

o. 108, sale of 1984 Leg.
n NE 1/4 of NW 1/4, DB
age 137, Lot 30, Block G-
lands Unrecorded. Parcel
7-458-00. Prior property
Estill L. & Pauline Horton.

No. 131, sale of 1983 -
ract in NE 1/4 of NW 1/4.
ok 16, page 353, Lot 31,
-4, Jemlands Unrecorded.
#01097-481-00. Prior
:y owner Jack & June'M.


No. 190, sale. of 1989 -
40 x 100 ft. in SW 1/4 of
4. OR Book 48, page 703,
Block A-5, Jemlands Un-
ed. Parcel #01097-524-,
rior property'owner Orval
udrey M. Ishmael.

o0. 812, sale of 1986 Leg.
S/D Unit 1, Block 3, Lot
x 165 ft., less east 50 ft.
R/W ,& 14, OR Book 102,
0)5. Parcel #06726-001-
rior property owners Wil-'
& Sheila Rees.

No. 2059,' sale of 1990
lington Manor, .Block 15,
OR Book 93, page 599.
#09102-008-00. Prior
:y owner Roland Ursone.

Jo. 2068, sale of 1990 -
Oaks Tract 60 x 70 ft. of
. OR Book 77 page 157
Parcel #09140-002-00.
property owner Mary Alice


No. 2307, sale of 1988 -
son Heights, Block'2, por-
Lot 1, OR Book 186, page,
Parcel #13820-001-00.
property owner Edwin E.
General Cont. Corp.

) this 7th day of Novem-
05.

PARKER, CHAIR
D OF COUNTY
ISSIONERS


ied Levy County Journal
), 17, 24, 2005

ICE OF PUBLIC SALE
I Barcia, d/b/a. L&L Stor-
ursuant to the provisions
lorida Self Storage Facili-
Fla. Stat. 83.801, et sec.),
gives notice of sale under
ct, to wit: On November
)5. at L&L Storage, 2990
001h Avenue, Williston,


Florida, Paul Barcia or his agent
will conduct a sale at 9:00 AM by
sealed bids to the highest bidder.
Bids to be opened by noon with
viewing from 9:00 AM until noon
for the contents of the storage by
or bays rented by the following
person/persons:
Cynthia.Russ
39 SE Ninth Street
Williston, FL 32696

Bernita Appling
4171 NE 203 rd Court
Williston, FL 32696

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

Dated November 7, 2005
L&L Storage
2990 N.E. 200th Avenue
Williston, Florida 32696
(463) 528-6179
Sale Date: November 25, 2005
Pub. Nov. 10, 17, 2005

IN THE' CIRCUIT COURT,
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR LEVY COUNTY
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE: 38-2004 CP 000012
IN RE: PATRICIAA. MEYER, .
DECEASED.

NOTICE,

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that
on the 3rd day, of October 2005
there was placed on deposit in :
this office funds received from.
ELIZABETH CRUTCHFIELD;
Personal Representative of the
estate of PATRICIA MEYER, in:
the amount of $2,743.21:,. Said ,
funds are all of the assets due as
follows:
CHARLES MEYER, UN-
KNOWN ADDRESS

And said assets remain un-
claimed.
Unless said funds are claimed
on or before six 16) months from
the date of first publication of
this notice said funds would be
forwarded to the State of Flori-
da pursuant to Florida Statutes
733.816.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
have set my hand and official'
seal of Levy, Florida on this 4th
. day of October 2005.

(Court seal)
Danny J. Shipp:
Clerk of Circuit Court
Levy County, Florida

Deanna Dobbins
Deputy Clerk.
Pub:' November 10 and Decem-
ber 8, 2005


Board of County


Commissioners

There will be a regular meeting of the Levy Countr
Board of County Commissioners on Tuesday, November
22, 2005 at 10:00 a.m. in the County Commissioners'
Meeting Ro6m, Bronson, Florida to hear the follow ingi
requests:,
PETITION NO. FP 12-05 McMillen 'Surveying
.representing Keyland Farms, LLC (Ernest Washburn &
Jacqueline Costello) & David & Mary Short, petitioning
the board for a.Final Plat of ""Keyland Farms," a survey
located in Section 15, Township 13S, Range 18E,in Levy
County, AKA (Fox Grove Farms, Parcel 13). Said parcel
contains 30 acres more or less and is, located within an
"A/RR"Agriculture 'Rural Residential zone.
PETITION NO. FP 16-05 McMillen 'Surveying
representing Frank Jones. Lori Jones and H.F. Jones,
Jr.. petitioning the board for a Final Plat of "Pin Oak
Lane." a subdi vision located in all of fractional Section
23, Township 12S. Range ISE, inside the Arredondo
'Grant. Levy County. Less and except the road right of
6ay for Counr Road 335 and Less and except Parcels
A. B, C and D as described on plat. Said parcel contains
42.25 acres more or less and is located \ within an "A'RR
Agriculture.Rural Residential zoine.
For a more complete and accurate legal description,
please contact theLe\y County Development Department
at 352-486-5203'. .
Pub: Nov. 10,.17,2005 .

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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


CLASSIFIED & LEGALS


THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2005


Page 13


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
CASE NO. 38-2005CA-000830
MILDRED SPEARS,
Plaintiff,
vs.
HUGHIE L. SPEARS, DE-
CEASED, And KEVIN SPEARS,
if married, their respective un-
known spouses, heirs, devises,
grantees, creditors, or other par-
ties claiming by, through, under,
or against them individually,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: ESTATE OF HUGHIE L.
SPEARS, DECEASED
ADDRESS UNKNOWN

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to Quiet Title as to the fol-
lowing described lands: ,
Lots 1, 2 and 3, Block 57, Oak
Ridge Estates, according to the
plat thereof as recorded in Plat
Book 3, Pages 63-1/63-7 of the
public records of Levy County,,
Florida.

TAX PARCEL # 9405-001;
9405-002; 9405-300

filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, on RON-
ALD W. STEVENS, Petitioner's
attorney, whose address is Post
Office Box 1444, Bronson. FL'
32621, on, or before December
-2, 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.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Courton October 17,
2005.
DANNY J. SHIPP
Clerk of Court
BY: Gwen McElroy

Person:' with ,:sabilsies re-
questing reasonable accom-
modations to participate in this
proceeding should contact t352)
374-3639 (Voice & TDD) or via,
Florida Relay Service at (800)
955-8771.
Pub: October 20. 27,
November 3, 10,2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR LEVY COUNTY.
FLORIDA.
CASE NO. 38-2005CA-000897
JACQUELINE W. GILREATH,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOHN S. GONELL and JANICE
B.- GONELL, if married, if alive,
and if dead, their respective un-
known.spouses, heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors, or other par-
ties claiming by, through, under,'
or against them individually,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: JOHN.S. GONELL
112 MESCALLE
INTERLACHEN, FL. 34449.

JANICE B. GONELL
112 MESCALLE
INTERLACHEN, FL 34449

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to Quiet Title asto the fol-
lowing described lands:

WILLISTON 'HIGHLANDS
GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB ES-,
TATES, BLOCK 25, LOT 20
OR BOOK 240, PAGE 494,
ACCORDING TO THE. PLAT
THEREOF RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 3 PAGE 67 PUBLIC
RECORDS OF LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA SECTION 21 TOWN-
SHIP 1,3 SOUTH 18 EAST

TAX PARCEL # 09202-017-00
filed, against you and you, are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, on RON-
ALD W. STEVENS, Petitioner's
attorney, whose address is Post
Office Box .1444, Bronson, FL
S32621, on or before December
2, 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.

WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on October 17,
2005:.


DANNY J.SHIPP
Clqrk of Court


BY: Gwen McElroy
Persons with disabilities re-
questing 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: October 27,
November 3,10,17 2005

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No: 38-2005 CA 000985
Judge: Giunta
Quiet Title
MCH 103, Fl Corp., Trustee
Plaintiffs
Vs
Henry 0. Sisk; Elsie Sisk (As to
Parcel 1) .Et.al.
Defendants
Notice of Action
TO:
As to Parcel 1:
Henry 0. Sisk; Elsie Sisk;.Lot
13, Block 27, Williston Highlands
Unit 7, Plat Boo k 4, Page 4,
Property I.D. 09593-012-00, '

As to Parcel 2:
Michael Sciretta; Lots 71 and 72
Carolyn Subdivision, Plat Book
3, Page 12
property I.D.-07853-007-00,

As to Parcel 3:
Sweet Tart Glover, Lot 353 Town
of Otter Creek; plat Book 1, Page
4 Property I.D.-07818-000-00,

All according to the public re-
cords of Levy County, ,Florida

And, as to each and all defen-
dants: if alive, and if dead, their
respective unknown spouses,
heirs, devisees, grantees, credi-
tors, or other parties claiming by,
through, under or against them.
individually, and all persons who
might claim by, through, or under
.them,

AND,.TOALL PERSONS WHOM
IT MAY CONCERN :

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to Quiet Title with respect
to the properties set forth in the
foregoing has been filed against
you and you are required to
serve a copy, of your written de-
fenses, if any. on Jerry Benja-
min. Attorney for Plaintiff, whose
address .is 4780 Dolphin Cay
Lane, # 103, St. Petersburg, FL
33711-4676, and file: the origi-
nal with the Clerk of this Court,
on or before December 9, 2005
otherwise a default will be en-.
tered against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint..
WITNESS my hand and seal
of this Court on this 26th day of
October 2005., .
.CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA
Gwen McElroy
Deputy Clerk
'Pub: Nov. 3, 10, 17, 24, 2006

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
FLORIDA
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,:
IN AND
FOR LEVY COUNTY,.
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE No. 38-2005-CP-000211
IN RE: ESTATE OF FRANCHISE
GAGNON BRADLEY
DECEASED

NOTICE TO CREDITORS,
The administration of the es-
tate of FRANCHISE GAGNON
BRADLEY deceased, whose
date of death was August 19,
'2005, is pending in the Circuit
Court for Levy County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address
of which is Levy County Court
House,.Bronson, FI 32621. The
names and addresses of the
personal representative and the
personal representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims
or demands against decedent's
estate 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 AFTERTHE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF-
TER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
All other creditors of the de-
cedent and other persons hav-
ing 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 SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIOD' SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AF-
TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first publica-
tion of this notice is November 3,
2005.


Karen Anne Bradley Pettigrew
Personal Representative
8709 SW 42nd Place
Gainesville, FL 32608
CLAYTON-JOHNSON P.A.
By: James E. Clayton, Esq.
Attorney for Personal Represen-
tative
111 SE First Avenue
Gainesville, FL 32601.
352-376-4694
Florida Bar No. 14003
Pub: Nov. 3, 10, 2005

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File, Number: 38-2005-CP-
000255
IN RE: ESTATE OF
DELORES ANN WIS-
DOM,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
.(Summary Administration)

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

You are hereby notified that an
Orderof Summary Administration
has been entered in the estate of
DELORES ANN WISDOM, de-
ceased, File Number 38-2005-
CP-000255. by the Circuit Court
for Levy County, Florida. Probate
Division, the address of which is
P.O. Box 610, :Bronson, Florida
32621, that the total value .of
the estate is homestead exempt
property and that the names and
addresses of those to whom it
has been assigned by ,such or-
der are:

Name
Address

BETHANY J. EBERHARDT
'3947 East Allendale Street, In-
verness, Florida 34453'

ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT:

ll *r .ii:.rs :of the i':edeni
and other persons having claims
or demands against decedent's
:estate on whom a copy of this
notice is ',served within three
months after the date of the first
publication of this notice must
file their claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION'
OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY,,
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All. other creditors of the dece-
dent and persons having claims'
'or demands against the estate
of the decedent must file their
claims with this court WITHIN
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE.

,ALL CLAIMS AND 'DEMANDS
'NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.

The date of the first publica-
tion of this Notice is November
3, 2005..
,Person Giving Notice:.
BETHANY J. EBERHARDT
3947 Eat Allendale Street
Inverness, Florida 34453
Attorney for Person Giving No-.
. tice: ,
DANIEL J. SNOW ESQUIRE
'Florida Bar No. 0794820
Law Office of Daniel J. Snow,
P.A. ...
203 Courthouse Square
Inverness, Florida 34450
Telephone (352) 726-9111
Pub: Nov. 3, 10,2005.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE"
.. Todd Hubbard d/b/a Kips Mini-
SStorage,. pursuant to the provi-
sion of the Fl. Self Storage Facil-
.ityAct (Fla. Stat. 83.801 et sec:)
hereby gives Notice of Sale un-
der said act to wit: On Nov: 19,
2005 at Kips Mini-Storage 13645
SN.W. HWY #19, Chiefland, Fl.,
Todd Hubbard or his agent willI
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. till 10 a.m.
for the content of the following
person/persons:

David Scasino '"
P.O. Box 314


Chiefland, Fl. 32644

Alexander Delgado, Jr.
1517 Hills Chapel Rd.
Manchester, Tn. 37355

Louis Craven
'P.O. Box 1666
Chiefland, Fl. 32644
Patricia Jocobs
P0. Box 1404


Cross City, Fl. 32628

James Arduengo
1405 Pearl St.
Tacoma, Wa 98406

Amy Shiver
P.O. Box 149
Cross City, Fl. 32628

Consists of household, person-
al items or miscellaneous mer-
chandise, 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 NW Hwy#191
Chiefland, Fl. 32626
1-352-490-9591
Pub: Nov. 3, 10, 2005

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
CASE NO. 38-2005CA-000995
ANA ELENA CORTES
RODRIGUEZ
a/k/a ANA ELENA CORTES RO-
DRIGUES
SHAVENSKY,
Plaintiff,
vs.
IVONNE LUCITA LUCERO
JENARO CORTES HERNAN-
DEZ
and ELENA RODRIGUEZ,
if married, if alive, and if dead,
their'
respective unknown spouses,.
heirs, devisees,
'grantees,-creditors, or other par-
ties claiming by
through, under or against them
individually, ,
'Defen-


dants

NOTICE OF ACTION


TO: Ivonne Lucita Lucero
deceased

Jenaro Cortes Hernandez
deceased

Elena Rodnguez
deceased

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an,
a: i.':r, i Qu.,-i Till. as loj e :fpl:
lowing described lands-

Those lands as' described in
Exhibit "A" attached hereto and
made a part hereof by refer-
ence.
TAX PARCEL # 03381-164-00
EXHIBIT A
TRACT 218, MORE PARTICU-
LARLY DESCRIBED AS FOL-
LOWS: '
THE SOUTH HALF OF. THE
NORTHWEST QUARTER OF
THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER
OF THE SOUTHEAST QUAR-
TER OF THE' NORTHEAST
QUARTER OF ,SECTION 9,
TOWNSHIP.12 SOUTH, RANGE
17 EAST, LEVY COUNTY,.
FLORIDA. SUBJECT TO ADEC-
LARATION OFr EASEMENT AS
DESCRIBED IN DEED BOOK,
82, PAGE 372; OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OFeLEVY COUNTY,'
FLORIDA.

filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, on RON-
ALD W. STEVENS, Petitioner's
attorney, whose address is Post
Office Box '1444, Bronson, FL'
32621, on or before December
9, 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.
SWITNESS my hand and the:
seal of this Court on October 28,
2005. '
DANNY J. SHIPP
Clerk of Court

BY: Gwen McElroy
Persons with disabilities re-
questing 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: Nov. 3, 10, 2005

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
.CASE NO. 38-2005-CA-00643
PHILIP R. SARGENT, MAR-
GARET P. HAIGHT, JANICE E.
CHERNO, JOAN L. WILCOX-
SON, ELISABETH A. SARGENT,
STEPHANIE L. MEEGAN, and
RUTH CECELIA ROGERS
Plaintiffs, .
WILLIAM STANLEY SARGENT
II, and all other persons, un-,
known, claiming any right, title,
estate lien or interest in the real
property described ih the com-
plaint adverse to plaintiffs' own-
ership, or any cloud on plaintiffs'
title. I I


Defendant.
NOTICE OF ACTION
To: WILLIAM STANLEY SAR-
GENT II,
Last Known Address:
435 Taurus Lane
Orange Park, FL 32073

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action for Quiet Title and Parti-
tion on the following property in
Levy County, Florida:'
Lot 11, Block C, RIVER FOR-
EST, according to the Plat there-
of, as recorded in Plat Book 2,
Pages 56 and 56a, of the Public
Records of Levy County, Florida

Has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any,
to it on Barry L: Miller, ESQ.,
plaintiff's -attorney, whose ad-
dress is 11 N. Summerlin Ave,,
Orlando, FL 32801, on or before
9th of December 2005, and file
the original with the clerk of this
court either before service on
plaintiff's attorney or immediate-
ly thereafter; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
Dated on this 31 day of Oct.,
2005.
As Clerk of.the Court
By: Gwen McElroy
As Deputy Clerk'
Pub: Nov. 3, 10, 17, 24, 2005

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND
FOR LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
CIRCUIT CIVIL NO. 2005-CA-
000942
LESLIE P. ROSE and NORMA J.
ROSE,, ,
Plaintiffs,
v.'


LUCILE E. SCHRAMM, de-
ceased, MARGARET ANN
SAYRE. LINNEA LOUISE SCH-
RAMM, THOMAS JOHN SCH-
RAMM, LAWRENCE H. SCH-
RAMM. deceased, WILLIAM L.
SCHRAMM, 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 spous-.
es, heirs, devisees, grantees, or
other claimants,
Defen-
dants.
NOTICE OF ACTION,
To: LUCILLE.E. SHRAMM-'
deceased-residence unknown
MARGARET ANN SAYRE -res-
idence unknown
THOMAS JOHN SCHRAMM-
residence unknown
'LAWRENCE H. SCHRAMM
- residence unknown

and all other unknown parties
claiming by, through, under and
against the above named de-
fendants who are not known to
be,dead or alive, whether said
unknown parties may claim an
interest as, spouses, heirs, de-
visees, grantees or other claim-
ants 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 38, BLOCK 28, RAINBOW
LAKES ESTATES, SECTION
"N" ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED-IN
PLAT BOOK "3", PAGES 27, 27A


THROUGH 27D, INCLUSIVE,
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 a copy of your written de-
fenses to it, if any, on Plaintiff's
attorney, whose name and ad-
dress is H. Michael Evans, Es-
quire at 20702 W. Pennsylvania
Avenue, Dunnellon, FL 34431,
and file the original with the clerk
of this'court on or before Decem-
ber 9, 2005, otherwise a judg-
ment may be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
the Complaint.
Witness my hand and seal of
this Court on this 27th day of Oc-
tober, 2005.
Danny J. Shipp
As Clerk of Court, Levy County
P.O. Drawer 610
Bronson, FL 32621


By: Gwen McElroy.
As Deputy Clerk
(Court.Seal)

To be published four times in the
Levy County Journal on the fol-
lowing dates:
1. Nov. 3;,2005
.2. Nov. 10, 2005
3. Nov. 17, 2005
4. Nov. 24, 20,05
Pub: Nov. 3, 10, 17, 24, 2005

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Paul Barcia, d/b/a L&L Storage,
pursuant to the provisions of the
Florida Self Storage Facility Act
(Fla. Stat. 83.801, et sec.), here-'
by gives notice of sale under
said Act, to wit: On November
18, 2005, at. L&L Storage, 2990
N.E.. 200th Avenue, Williston,
Florida, Paul Barcia or his agent.:
will conduct a sale at 10:00 AM
by sealed bids to the highest bid-
der Bids to be opened by Noon'
with viewing from 9.30 AM until
Noon for the contents of the stor-
age bay or bays rented by the
following person/persons:

Caroline Combass
268 Dellwood Ave.
Jacksonville, Fl 32204

Nancy Liquori
P.O. Box 122
Feeding Hills, Mass. 01030

Theresa Alvarez
330 SE Second St.
Williston, FI 32696

Israel Brown, Jr.
.21190 NE 36th PI
Williston, Fl 32696

Linda Fortner.
14050 SE 20th St
Morriston, Fl 32668

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

Dated October 31, 2005

L&L Storage
2990 N.E. 200th Avenue
Williston, Florida 32696
(352) 528-6179
Sale Date: November 18, 2005
'Pub: Nov. 3, 10, 2005


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Editor's Note: It's been 60 years since this was the front
page story of the Levy County Journal. On Aug. 16, 1945
there was nothing more important happening anywhere
in the world than the news that after four long years and
only two days before press day, it was over--the war that
claimed over half a million lives of US servicemen.
In commemoration of the end of World War II and in
observance of Veterans Day, we proudly salute the men
and women who served during that tumultuous time and
honor more than 25 of those living right here among us.
They are the real heroes and our lives are richer because
of them.


Chance or fate? Decades later, soldiers are reunited


BY KEN DOUGHERTY
STAFF WRITER
The pontoon bridge over the waterway
in the Philippines looked just fine
to the driver of the lead truck in
a convoy heading for Manila on
a sunny day in 1944, but as it turned out an
observant Seabee knew better and stopped all of
the trucks.
"We were coming down a steep bank and
driving towards the bridge when he came out
and stopped us. He looked at the bridge and said
'Something just isn't right.' Then he went out to
check the bridge," recalled Chet Stoker, WW II
veteran and member of the Chiefland VFW.
"He went out and looked it over then came
back and said some of the pins that hold the
pontoons together were missing, then he went
and found some and put them in, then told us
it was all right to cross with our heavy trucks,"
Stoker said.
"I pulled up, stopped the truck, introduced
myself, thanked him for looking out for us and
shook his hand. Then I drove across the bridge


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CHET STOKER


ERNEST SHAY


and on to Manila," said Stoker, who then gave
the incident little thought until many years later
when a man showed up at the Chiefland VFW
Post.
"When he first moved here, he just looked
very familiar. We talked and I told him I knew
him from somewhere, but we just couldn't
figure it out. He didn't remember me very well,
but I knew I knew him from somewhere,"
Stoker said.
After talking with each other about the places
they had been and the work they had done,
Stoker finally figured it out.
"He was the Seabee who stopped us. He did
us a big favor that day. We would have gone on
the bridge and that water was very deep. We'd
probably have lost some trucks and maybe some
drivers if that bridge didn't hold up," Stoker
said..
Stoker said that man is Ernest Shay, who was
a Seabee in the Philippines at that time and now
calls Chiefland home.
See Comrades Page 4B


A SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT TO THE LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL

NOVEMBER 10, 2005








Page 2B Levy County Journal, Thursday, November 10, 2005


Remembering The Greatest Generation


Charles M. Angelroth


John W. Foutz


Arol Castleberry


Arol Castleberry
Chiefland
Navy 1939-45
Submarine Patrol,
Atlantic
I remember: Bombing
German subs


John W. Foutz
Trenton
Navy 1942-45
Continental United
States


Charles M. Angelroth
Chiefland
Navy 1942-45
Casa Blanka, north Atlantic
Anzio Beach

B.T. Brooks Jr.



B.T. Brooks Jr.
Cedar Key
Army 1941-72
England, France, Ger-
many, Japan, Korea
I remember:
Comradeship


Felix V. Budzitowski



Felix V. Budzitowski
Bronson
Army -6.5 years
Burma
I remember:
The day I volunteered.




Josephine S. Busch



Josephine'S. Busch
Bell
'r- Army 1942-45
Algiers, Italy
I remember: Surviving a
strafing while walking to
Sa mess hall in Italy


Martin


Clyatt
Martin Clyatt
Chiefland
Navy 1940-46
South Pacific USS
North Carolina
Most vivid memory
is when his ship was
torpedoed off Guadal
Canal when the ship


lost six men and
S::' struggling to keep the
S : vessel afloat then make
it seaworthy.

William R. Coutts Jr.
Amll S


Steve George
Steve George
Morriston
Air Force 3 years
Greenland
I remember: Being iced
in at weather station for
six months and being
unable to write home
because planes couldn't
land; supplies delivered
by air drop.


Bonifay J. Grant


Bonifay J. Grant
Fanning Springs
Army 20 years
South Pacific, Korea
I remember: We won.


William R. Coutts Jr.
Bronson
Army 1942-71
Europe, Far East
I remember: The day I retired


Richard A. Egles

Richard A. Egles
Gilchrist County
Navy Seabees 1938-
1945
4Atlantic Fleet and
Pacific Theater
I remember: Being
aboard the USS
Nashville that escorted
Maj. Doolittle on the
historic raid on Tokyo.


Sterling Hays


Sterling Hays
Inverness
Navy, Coast Guard 22 years
Asiatic-Pacific, Phillippines
I remember: When the war was over.


How to display the American flag


WHEN. THE FLAG is displayed over
the middle of the street, it should be
suspended vertically with the union to
the north in an east and west street or
to the east in a north and south street.


THE FLAG OF the
United States of
America, when it is displayed with another
flag against a wall from crossed' staffs,
should be on the right, the flag's own right
[that means the viewer's left], and its staff
should be in front of the staff of the other
flag.


THE FLAG, when flown at half-staff, should be first hoisted to
the peak for an instant and then low-
ered to the half-staff position. The flag
should be again raised to the peak be- I
fore it .is lowered for the day. By "half-
staff" is meant lowering the flag to
one-half the distance between the top
and bottom of the staff. Crepe stream-
ers may be affixed to spear heads or
flagstaffs in a parade only by order of
the President of the United States.

WHEN FLAGS of States, cities, or localities, or pennants of


societies are flown on the same halyard
with the flag of the United States, the
latter should always be at the peak.
When the flags are flown from adja-
cent staffs, the flag of the United States
should be hoisted first and lowered last.
No such flag or pennant may be placed
above the flag of the United States or to
the right of the flag of the United States
(the viewer's left). When the flag is half-


masted, both flags are half-masted,
with the US flag at the mid-point and the
other flag below.
WHEN THE FLAG is suspended over a
sidewalk from a rope extending from a
house to a pole at the edge of the side-
walk, the flag should be hoisted out,
union first, from the building.


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WHEN THE FLAG of the United States is
displayed from a staff projecting horizon-
.tally or at an angle from the window sill,
balcony, or front of a building, the union of
the flag should be placed at the peak of the
staff unless the flag is at half-staff.


WHEN THE FLAG is used to cover a cas-
ket, it should be
so placed that the Union. is at the
head and over the left shoulder.
The flag should not be lowered into
the grave or allowed to touch the
ground.

WHEN THE FLAG is displayed in a manner other than by be-
ing flown from a staff, it should be
displayed flat, whether indoors
or out. When displayed either
-horizontally or vertically against
E a.wall, the union should be up-
permost and to the flag's own
right, that is, to the observer's
left. When displayed in a window
it should be displayed in the same way, that-is with the union
or blue field to the left of the observer in the street. When fes-
toons, rosettes or drawings are desired, bunting of blue, white
and red should be used, but never the flag.

THAT THE FLAG, when'carried in a procession with another
flag, or flags, should be either on the marching right; that is,


, the flag's own right, or,
if there is a line of oth-
er flags, in front of the
center of that line.


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4


THE FLAG OF THE United States of Ameri-
ca should be at the center and at the highest
point of the.group when a number of flags of
States or localities or pennants of societies
are grouped and displayed from staffs.


WHEN FLAGS OF two or more na-
tions are displayed, they are to be
flown from separate 'staffs of the
same height. The flags should be of
approximately equal' size. Interna-
tional usage forbids the display of
the flag of one nation above that of
another nation in time of peace.


WHEN DISPLAYED from a staff in a church or public audito-
rium on or off a podium, the flag of


I nIU
nen
and
7j L-cler
S A face
so
the h
(to the right of the audience).


United States of America should
d the position of superior promi-
ce, in advance of the audience,
in the position of honor at the
gyman's or speaker's right as he
es the audience. Any other flag
displayed should be placed on
eft of the clergyman or speaker


WHEN HUNG in a window, place the
blue union in the upper left, as viewed
from the street.


V
it







Levy County Journal, Thursday, November 10, 2005 Page 3B


Remembering The Greatest Generation


Richard Halvorsen
Richard D. Halvorsen
Old Town
Navy Air Corps 1943-45
Pacific Theater
I remember: The day I4
shot down a Japanese.
plane and while on Iwo
Jima pilots sleeping in
tents killed by enemy
soldiers who crept out
of caves.

Wayne Hart


Charles Roach


Shelby McKinney


Charles W. Roach
Old Town
Army Military Police
3+ years
Europe


Wayne R. Hart
Chiefland
Navy 1943-46
USS Endicott
Coming to the rescue of two US gunboats and
sinking the two German corvettes that were
attacking them off the coast of southern France.
The crew hand fed overheated guns and pounded
the breaches closed with mallets to get the
firepower to sink the two ships. The feat earned a
write-up in Yank magazine.

Robert Heise


Robert L. Heise
Bell
Army Air Force 3 years
New Guinea to Japan
I remember: The loss
of 19 men on a B-32
photography mission to
Tokyo two days after the,
war ended. The plane
crashed on takeoff and
fuel caught fire.


Richard Johnson


Richard E. Johnson
Chiefland
Navy.1945-46
Philippines .
I remember: The Japa-
nese POWs .


James F. Koltz


James F. Koltz
Trenton
Army 27 years
South Pacific
I remember: Making it back home
Lundon Lindsey


Lundon Lindsey
Navy 1944-46
Algiers, England
I remember:, Serving,aboard the
USS General Gordon.


Shelby McKinney
Fanning Springs
Navy 1944-46
I remember: Collecting the dead on the USS
Tennessee after a suicide bomber crashed into the,
side of the ship off of Okinawa.

Alex Merchant



Alex Merchant
Chiefland
Army 1940-45
I remember: Serving
with the military police


Thomas Muff


Thomas D. Muff.
Williston
Army Air Corps 3
years
England B-24s
I remember: All of our
crew survived, thank
God.


Richard Peterson
Richard V. Peterson
Bronson
Army 1940-45,
Antigua, Jamaica.
I remember. Seeing,
scorpions as big as
.. young lobsters in the
S road at night following
a heavy rain, -being
severely bitten by ants.


Charles Prine



Charles O. Prine
Old Town
Marines 1943-1970
Too many to list.
:I remember: Frozen.
Chosin, North Korea,
i r Pw,


Robert Purinton


Robert H. Purinton
Morriston
Marine Corps 1942-46
Tarrawa, Tiniah, Saipan,
Okinawa, Japan
I remember: Japanese
said a million men
in a hundred years
'couldn't take Tarawa.'
The Marines took it in
three days with the loss
of 3,000 men. killed or'
wolanded.


Like your freedom?
Thank a vet!


AD~


Ernest Shay

Ernest Shay
Chiefland
Navy Seabees 1944-46
South Pacific
I remember: Being busy
all of the time operating
heavy equipment
building roads, landing
strips and docks.


Harry Simmons


Harry Simmons
Gilchrist County
Army Air Corps/Air
Force
England, Okinawa
I remember: New Years,
Eve, 1943


Charles


Chester


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St..Clair



Charles C. St.Clair
:. Rosewood
SArmy 3.5 years
Texas
!I remember: D-Day


Stoker


C."


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Chester E. Stoker
Chiefland
Army-five years
South Pacific
I remember: I went behind enemy
lines to rescue trapped soldiers

Jack Tyson

Jack Tyson
,: ."e -Cedar Keyi
Army.Air Corps 1942-46
:North Africa, England,
Normandy
:On mniyfirst low-level
bombing mission twe
were flying over a tulip
fleld where a man
was plowing with two
horses. A near miss of
anti-aircraft fire jolted
the ship, my fingers
slipped and the 50-
caliber machine gun
went off killing both
horses but missing the
mandriving them.


The brave men and women
I of WWII







Page 4B Levy County Journal, Thursday, November 10, 2005


Remembering The Greatest Generation


Samuel Wasson Ill


-.Samuel E. Wasson Ill
Chiefland
USMOC
r 30 years
I remember: Boot Camp


John Williams 0 Comrades from IB
"I vaguely remember the situation," said Shay, "but in
those days we were always busy and I met so many people."
John H. Williams Shay said his battalion was constantly building roads, air
Williston strips, docks, and moving earth with heavy equipment as
Navy three years well as building temporary bridges.
Several "It's really strange to meet someone you met so many
years ago and so far away. Chet is the only one I've met of
I remember: When all of the men I worked with while I was over there," Shay
... ,Harry Truman dropped said.
the bomb on Japan Chet Stoker joined the Army in 1940 and was discharged
S', ".in 1946. Ernest Shay joined the Seabees in 1944 and was
also discharged in 1946.
Editor's Note: Special thanks to Ken Dougherty who com-
piled all the veterans' information and photographs.