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Title: Levy County journal
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Publication Date: September 20, 2007
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Yankeetown Middle School Lady
Sandgnat volleyball coachCalvin Buck
gets his team ready to start play versus
Bronson on Sept. 11. STORY PG 10


Confrontations, violence and a shaky marriage foreshadow the slaying on the Holler farm


By LARRY SCHNELL
Staff writer

CHIEFLAND The murder-suicide and animal slaughter
discovered last week at the Holter farm near Chiefland was
the culmination of angry confrontations, reports of gun fire
and suspicious activities that may have heralded the bloody
scene investigators found at and around the farmhouse.
John Holter, 82, and Laverne Holter, 73, who lived on
the five-acre farm, had spats with neighbors, businesses and
each other, said Lt. Evan Sullivan, spokesman for the Levy
County Sheriff's Office.
"Through out investigation, we determined the marriage
had been on the rocks for some time," Sullivan said.
Deputies dispatched to the farm Sept. 11 found John
Holter shot through the back of the head, his wife dead from
a gunshot wound and nearly 40 domestic animals shot dead,
including six dogs that were shot in the house, said Sullivan.
Animals as well as the husband and wife were shot
with a 22-caliber magnum handgun. Deputies also found a
.410 gauge shotgun in the house, but it was not used in the
shootings, Sullivan said. The Medical Examiners Office has
ruled the incident a murder-suicide, with Laverne Holter
shooting herself in the head. Investigators believe she shot
the animals.
Sullivan said investigators still are unsure of the sequence
of events. Did Laverne Holter shoot the animals first and
then her husband, or shoot her husband first and then the
animals?
Without evidence and witnesses, they cannot be sure. But
they are sure as the investigation enters the final phase, that
Laverne Holter planned the shooting of at least her husband
sometime in advance.
"It was kind, of a cold, calculated, planned incident,"
Sullivan said.
Laverne Holter went to a jewelry store Sept. 7 to have her
wedding rings cut off. Sullivan said she told the storeowner
she did not need them anymore. "She's had these rings for
over 50 years and had no need for them," Sullivan said she
told the storeowner.
She had the rings repaired andmailed to one of her sons,
he said.
She had visited the store a year earlier, gotten into a
confrontation with the owner over a bill and vowed never to
return, he said.


The same day she had
the rings cut off, she got
into a confrontation with a
neighbor who went to talk
to her and her husband.
When the neighbor arrived,
Laverne Holter pushed
her down, Sullivan said,
describing statements by
the neighbor. No charges
were filed because of
conflicting statements.
The next day, a resident
called in a complaint that
shots were fired around the
farm. Deputies responded.
and checked out the scene
but could find no evidence
of a shooting, Sullivan
said.
On an earlier occasion,
neighbors reported to
the Sheriff's Office that
Laverne Holter was killing
animals, and one neighbor
reported that she requested
help killing a horse that
had been aggressive toward Investigating county law'enforce
her favorite horse, Sullivan another. Inset: A lone goat, one
said..The neighbor did not suicide at 5151 127th Place last
shoot the animal.
"If an animal showed any aggression, she felt it should
die," Sullivan said.
In another confrontation, a neighbor called the Sheriff's
Office complaining that Laverne Holter had taken her $400
puppy.
In addition, over the past 11 years, emergency services
has made seven services calls to the house for illness-related
incidents, none related to domestic violence, Sulli\ an said.
When the Sheriff's Office got a call from a family
member out of state Sept. 11 asking for deputies to check on
the couple, they discovered the slaying, first the animals,'
then the husband and wife, dead in separate rooms.
Four horses, a cow and nine goats escaped killing
and were at large on the property at the time, he said.


Journal photo by DAVE GRIFFITHS
ment found seventeen dead goats in this shed, and fourteen more in
of the few that survived the 'animal killings that preceded the murder/
week, forages for food the morning after the crime's discovery.
Slaughtered goats were in two sheds.
Sullivan said the surviving animals were healthy and
until the shootings, animal abuse did not seem to be an
issue. However, shooting domestic animals is a crime, and
had Laverne Holter survived, she would have faced more
charges than murder.
S"If she had survived we would have charged her with the
murder of their husband and a charge for each of the animals
killed," said Sullivan.'
A final piece of information the Sheriff's Office is
investigating is the transfer of the farm property over a year
ago. Sullivan said a family member received the deed and
was puzzled by the transfer. Investigators are unsure of how
this might play into the murder-suicide scenario..


Two juveniles arrested for collateral damage in the

vandalism, theft at Mounter-suicide

Olive AME Churchmurdersuicide


WILLISTON- The Levy County Sheriff's'Office Criminal
Investigation Division arrested two juveniles Sept. 17 and
charged them with the burglary of Mount Olive AME Church
outside Williston.
The church was forcibly entered through the front door
on Sept. 15. Valuables worth more than $500 were stolen.
The suspects then vandalized the place of worship with a fire
extinguisher, discharging its contents throughout the church,
according to the Levy County Sheriff's Office.
Investigators have worked hard on various leads and have
interviewed witnesses and suspects. The two are charged with
writing statements on the chalkboard threatening to kill two
Levy County sheriff's investigators.
The stolen property was recovered in a wooded area.
Forensic evidence has been obtained, the sheriff's office
reported.
On Sept. 17, investigators Mike Bell and Mike Narayan
arrested the male juvenile in the Williston area. The female
suspect was later arrested in the Bronson area.
The 17-year-old boy of Williston and the 16-year old
girl of Bronson were charged with one count burglary, two
counts grand theft, two counts written threats to kill a law
enforcement officer, and one count criminal mischief. The boy
was given an additional charge of one count dealing in stolen
property, according to the sheriff's office..


By DAVE GRIFFITHS
STAFF WRITER

CHIEFLAND Chiefland's recent murder-suicide did not end with the two human
victims. Nearly 40 animals, including six dogs, a donkey and a mini-horse, were found
slaughtered at the scene. Authorities also found the remains of 31 goats in two sheds. All
the animals were shot at close range with a 22-magnum handgun.
Concerned about disposing of such a large number of carcasses Sullivan contacted the
Levy County Health Department for guidance. Administrator Barbara Lock consulted
with Farm Bureau and state environmental authorities. Collectively, they were unable to
find either state or county ordinances that dealt with animal disposal.
The county's animal control freezes and incinerates small animal carcasses, but the
authorities deemed this approach impractical. It is common practice for county residents
to bury deceased pets or other domestic animals on their property. Ultimately, officials
agreed burial was the logical and appropriate method to dispose of the site's carnage.
With due diligence, digging to a safe depth and choosing a site at least 75 feet from
any existing well,.the animals' bodies were interred on the Holter's five-acre parcel
Tuesday evening, the same day as their discovery. Although the decaying bodies' odor
grew offensive in the late summer's heat, officials deemed no health hazards were
created.
Four horses, a cow and nine goats escaped killing. The Holter family has donated the
horses to the Horse Protection Association of Florida. The association places rescued
horses with families willing and able to care for them. An association representative
collected the horses Wednesday, the day following their discovery. The family also gave
the surviving cow and goats to a local resident able to provide for them.m


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Around Levy County.... 3,4
Community...........5
Worship/Obituarles..., 7
Around Levy County....8,9
Land Transactions ... ..8
Levy County Sports. 10-13
Outdoor News....14-15
Tides 14
Nascar -------.........14
Business Directory... 15
Classified &Legas-..-- 16
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AROUND LEVY COUNTY


LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


Photo Frost wins Governor's Award


By BILL MCCREA
STAFF WRITER

The winner of the
Governor's Business
Diversification Award in
the innovation category is
a business in Williston that
specializes in edible photos for
cakes, cookies and chocolates.
Photo Frost, on U.S.
Highway 27 in Williston,
received the business award
early this month, and owners
Lew and Tricia Churnick will
attend the Governor's Banquet
at his mansion Sept. 19 to pick
up the award.
"We thank each of the
submitting applicants from
your county and look forward
to seeing the winners at the
awards dinner," said Liefke
Cox, director of public
relations for Enterprise
Florida Inc. EFI is a public-


private partnership serving as
Florida's primary organization
devoted to statewide economic
development.
The Photo Frost company
opened in Arkansas in 1995 and
then moved to Williston in 2003
because of"Lew's strong desire
to live in Florida."
The couple had a retail
cake shop in Arkansas, and
in the course of decorating
cakes, people started asking
for more and more detailed
photos, said Tricia Churnick
about the first experimentation
with rice-paper imaging. She
added, "From there, we started
working on a more pliable icing
sheet formula."
Strange as it may sound to
someone who has never heard
of the process, by using the
FDA-approved edible ink,
designed especially for cake
printers, and-the icing sheets,


sometimes called frosting sheets
or edible paper, anyone can
print photos of family or friends
and apply them to cake frosting
or other pastry delights.
"The possibilities are
limitless: cakes, cupcakes, even
photos on chocolates for every
occasion," said Tricia Chumick.
Photo Frost is now a thriving
Internet business because of
the increasing demand for this
technology.
"We did it in our own shop
for a while, for a few years,
and then put it out on the open
market using the Internet," said
Tricia Churnick.
One reason they received the
award is the company's ability
to best exemplify "innovative'
leadership through product or
process," according to EFI.
Florida Trend magazine and
Bank of America sponsor the
awards.m


PLANNING COMMISSION
A public hearing on each petition as described below will be conducted by the Planning Commission
on Monday, October 1, 2007 at 6:30 p.m. or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard during
the course of action. The hearing will be held in the County Commissioner's Meeting Room. The Levy
County Courthouse, 355 South Court Street, Bronson, Florida. The Planning Commission is not bound
to consider the petitions in the order listed in this notice. Any of these petitions may be considered as
soon as the meeting commences.
FP 8-07 Croft Land Surveying representing Southeast Dairy Co., LLC, petitioning the board for a
Final Plat of "Bridle Trace," a subdivision located in the W % of Section 7, Township 14S, Range 18E,
in Levy County. Said parcel contains 266.54 acres more less and is located within an Agriculture/Rural
Residential "A/RR" zone. This subdivision will consist of twenty-six 9.5. acre more or less residential
lots.
FP 10-07 Pardue Land Surveying representing Levy County Dairy (Ronald Skelton), petitioning the
board for a final plat of "Lazy Oaks," a subdivision located in the NE 1/4 of the NW 1/4, and the NE 1/
of the NE 1/4 of Section 19, Township 12S, Range 14E, in Levy County. Said parcel contains 117.03
acres more or less and is located within an Agriculture/Rural Residential "A/RR" zone. This subdivision
will consist of twelve 9.5 acre more or less residential lots.
Ordinance for a proposed amendment to Chapter 50, Levy County Land Development Code, Sections
50-1, 50-676, 50-712, 50-722, 50-727, 50-733, 50-743, 50-747, 50-762 and 50-823 of such Land
Development code to allow for an amendment to provisions relating to definitions for junkyards and
related terms; and provide for junkyards as a permitted use in the industrial district; provide for
revisions to permitted, prohibited, and special exception uses in several districts.
Copies of said petitions withcomplete legal descriptions and subsequent staff reports will be available
for review at the Levy County Development Department. For Information call 352-486-5203. Interested
parties may appear at the meeting and be heard regarding the proposed petitions. Any person requiring
reasonable accommodations to participate in this meeting should contact the County Commissioners
Administration Office at 352-486-5218.
SHOULD ANY AGENCY OR PERSON DECIDE TO APPEAL ANY 'DECISION MADE BY THE
BOARD WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT SUCH MEETING, A RECORD OF
THE PROCEEDING, AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDING
IS REQUIRED, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTIMONY AND EViDENCE UPON WHICH
THE APPEAL IS TO'BE'BASED. r :,

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS"'"
A public hearing on each petition as described below will be conducted by the Board of County
Commissioners on Tuesday, October 2, 2007 at 10:00 a.m. or as soon thereafter as the matter may
be heard during the course of action. The hearing will be held in the County Commissioner's Meeting
Room, The Levy County Courthouse, 355 South Court Street, Bronson, Florida. The Board of County
Commissioners is not bound to consider the petitions in the order listed in this notice. Any of these
petitions may be considered as soon as the meeting commences.
FP 9-07 Mike and Sandra Pardue, petitioning the board for a Final Plat of "Meadow Wood Phase I,"
a subdivision located in part of the SE 1/4 of Section 34, Township 10S, Range 14E, in Levy County.
Said parcel contains 14.30 acres more or less and is located within the Fanning Springs Municipal
Service District. This parcel has a land use designation of "LDR` Low Density Residential and a zoning
classification of "RR" Rural Residential. This subdivision will consist of eleven 1 acre more or less
residential lots.
SE.7-07 Barbara Chaffin (applicant) petitioning the board for a Special Exception to allow for an
upgrade of the property to increase the number of RV sites to 110, construct new sewage, electric
and water systems, reconstruct existing bar to include indoor bathrooms, construct a boat storage
for existing marina, new general store with deli, community building, bathhouse with mail room and
swimming pool, on a parcel of land located in Backwater Farmsites, Lots 40 43, Lot 6, and the East
129' of Lot 7, all being in Section 4, Township 17S, Range 17E, in Levy County. Said parcel contains
7.12 acres more or less and is located within a "RR" Rural Residential zone.
Copies of said petition with complete legal descriptions and subsequent staff reports will be
available for review at the Levy County Development Department. For Information call 352-486-
5203. Interested parties may appear at
the meeting and be heard regarding the Co.u eFPT
proposed petitions. Any person requiring ., -
reasonable accommodations to participate '"
in this meeting should contact the County2/
Commissioners Administration Office at 0 '
352-486-5218. /-
FPT10-07W
SHOULD ANY AGENCY OR PERSON lP ..
DECIDE TO APPEAL ANY DECISION
MADE BY THE BOARD WITH RESPECT
TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT
SUCH MEETING, A RECORD OF-
THE PROCEEDING, AND FOR SUCH
PURPOSE, A VERBATIM RECORD OF
THE PROCEEDING IS REQUIRED, 7
WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE CER SE7
TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON KEY
WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED.-
Pub: Sept. 20, 27, 2007 .




LEV COUNTY JOURNAL
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The legal organ of Levy County, Florida
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P.O. Box 159, Bronson, FL 32621.
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liability for an error will not exceed the cost of the
space occupied by the error.
Deadlinefor all news and advertising copy is 5 p.m. Monday.
Classified deadline is 2 p.m. Monday


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Interim Editor
LarrySchnell
Office Manager/Chlefland
Robin Heath
Editorial Staff:
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HUNTING


SAFETY TIPS


~U /l...SHERIFF
JOHNNY SMITH


Hello and welcome to Your Sheriff's Corner. With hunting season quickly approaching
I'll talk about hunting safety and give you some guidelines on how not to become a statistic.
Hunters look forward to fellowshipping with their families and friends in the woods. I
know this is a much-anticipated moment for all hunters to camp in the woods, smell that
pot of coffee brewing on the stove, listen to the camp fire crackling in the background and,
of course, harvest that big buck. This is a time when your hard work pays off by scouting ,
the woods, preparing food plots, cutting fire wood and getting the campsite ready. This is a
time for this great sport to have long lasting memories; but with carelessness, this sport can
become tragic in seconds.
Help protect our heritage by practicing the 10 commandments of gun safety:
1. Always keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction.
2. Guns should be unloaded when not actually in use.
4. Be sure of your target and what's beyond it.
5. Use correct ammunition.
6. If your gun fails to fire when the 'trigger is pulled, HANDLE WITH CARE. Keep the
muzzle pointed in a safe direction and get adult help.
7. Always wear eye and ear protection when shooting.
8. Be sure the barrel is clear of obstructions before shooting.
9. Don't alter or modify your gun, and DO have your gun serviced regularly.
10. Learn the mechanical and handling characteristics of the firearm you are using. Do
not use any firearm that you have not had adult instruction in handling.
Below, I list the season and dates for Levy County; but this is not applicable to wildlife
management areas. For information about specific wildlife management areas you will need
to obtain individual brochures which are published annually for each area.
Archery: September 22 October 21
Cross Bow October 22 26
Muzzleloading October 27 November 4
General Gun November 10 January 20, 2008
Fall Turkey November 10 January 6, 2008

I remind all hunters that it is unlawful to hunt deer or to accompany another person
hunting deer on public land unless each person is wearing a minimum of 500 square inches
of da liglt fluorescent orange. Such clothing must be w ornaibove the waistline and can pu.
include a head covering. This rule does not apply during archery season.
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successfully completing a hunter safety course.
Shooting hours for deer hunting is one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after
sunset. You might want to carry a few things with you in the woods including a flashlight,
matches, cellular phone, water, and please do not forget to wear your safety harness when
climbing in your tree stand.
I trust these guidelines and recommendationswill be helpful and eliminate any hunting
accidents. If you need further information you may call Lt. Jay Russel with the Florida Fish
& Wildlife Conservation Commission, or my Public Information Officer Lt. Evan Sullivan
at 352-486-5111.m


DARE TO LIVE WITHOUT LIMITS

Looking Forward with Hindsight

BY BRYAN GOLDEN

Six months ago you had trouble finding.your keys and were late for work. At the time,
you felt agitated and upset. Chances are, you don't even remember the incident. Last year,
at a business lunch, you spilled salad dressing on your shirt. You were so embarrassed when
it happened but now you can just laugh at the whole episode.
Three years ago, you were on your way to the airport to leave for vacation. You got
caught in a traffic jam and missed your plane. You were worried sick that your whole
vacation would be ruined. However, when you finally arrived at the airport, the airline was
able to get you and your family on a later flight. Your trip was wonderful and the traffic jam
is a distant memory.
How often have you looked back on what seemed like misfortune at the time, and
wondered how you could have been so aggravated? Has anyone ever said to you,
"Remember when you were so upset about..." and you couldn't recall the incident they
were referring to? Did you ever have a fight with someone and later couldn't remember
what the conflict was about?
Undesirable or unpleasant circumstances and events are a part of living. Something
breaks, you lose something, you're late, you embarrass yourself, you forget to do
something, someone laughs at you, someone doesn't like you, you get into an argument, or
your car breaks down.
Some circumstances you have control over, others you don't. Many people constantly
get tripped up by the small annoying aspects of life. They expend far more emotional
energy on them then is warranted. As a result, their enthusiasm for good and positive things
declines.
Most feelings fade with time. If they don't disappear altogether, their intensity
diminishes. The cliche that hindsight is 20/20 is recalled on a regular basis. So why not
look forward with hindsight?
What exactly does this mean? You have already experienced the effect time has on your
memory and feelings. In hindsight, you wonder why you were so upset. So view the present
as if you were looking back on it from the future.
When faced with a stressful situation ask yourself, "How will I feel about this next week,
next month, or next year?" Although your feelings may be very intense at the moment, will
they last? Recall how time has soothed past events. Consider the big picture. In the overall
scheme of things,.will what you are confronting now matter as much in the future?
When faced with feelings of frustration, project yourself into the future. In the future, what
you are currently facing is at best a faded memory. Next, reassess the significance of what you
are now experiencing and put it into perspective.
Since memories and feelings are going to fade anyway, why not save yourself a lot of time
and grief by not getting trapped initially? The main question to ask is "Will this matter to me
later?" If the answer is no, why should you let it matter to you now?
That's how to look forward with hindsight. You view the events of today as if they were
already in the past. Emotions diminish and fade with the passage of time and life goes on.
Don't waste time on those things that won't matter to you later. Spend time on what does
matter.


COMIACTINFORMAN ON:
CHIEFLAND: 13 SOUTH MAIN STREET, CHIEFLAND, FL 32644 PH (352) 490-4462 FAX (352) 490-4490
BRONSON: 440 SOUTH COURT STREET, BRONSON, FL 32621 PH (352) 486-2312 FAX (352) 486-5042







LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


AROUND LEVY COUNTY


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2007 Page 3


Schuler elected new mayor of Bronson


By BILL MCCREA
STAFF WRITER

Right after Berlon Weeks was sworn in to the Bronson Town
Council, Franklin Schuler was elected Bronson's new mayor
by fellow council members in a 3-2 decision. Along with his
vote, Weeks and Melody La Flam gave their nod to the third-
term councilman who retained seat four in the recent citywide
election against Mark Rodriguez.
After former Mayor Beatrice Mongo handed Schuler the
gavel, he began appointing positions for the council.
"At this time I would like to ask Beatrice to be vice mayor,"
said Schuler as Mongo gladly accepted.
For water and sewer supervision, Schuler appointed Weeks,
and to overlook the operations of the Fire Department, he
appointed La Flam.
La Flam said she would take an active interest in the training
the Fire Department at the request of the fire chief.
Schuler told all of the council members that it would
be beneficial to the city if they would make reports on the
meetings they attend for each department.
For example, Schuler said, "If the parks need mowing,
then I would like to see Aaron Edmondson take care of that
and then report back to everyone the up-to-date status of the
parks."


He added that he would like to see all of the council
members work together to formulate ideas on what might work
best in each department.
"We might have better results if someone who is working
with parks, or the city manager, or anyone else who knows how
to get a grant so we can get water and sewer moving."

Other items discussed
The final budget meeting began with the final crack of
Mayor Beatrice Mongo's mallet. From the general revenue fund
expenditures list, Councilwoman Melody La Flam questioned
Town Clerk Donna Conquest on some of the price quotations
for the 2007-2008 fiscal year.
La Flam wondered if it would be a good idea to cut back on
items such as cleaning supplies, that run as high as $3,500 a
year, and office supplies, that reach as high as $5,000, as a way
of buying a new maintenance truck.
"I think it might be a good idea to replace those vehicles. It
might be less expensive in the long run," said La Flam.
Two resolutions passed for the final budget review.
First, the gross value of operating expenses not exempt from
taxation, certified by the property appraiser at $35,390,702,
with an increased millage of 6.92 percent passed unanimously.
A revenue estimate of the operating budget at $1,327,608 was
unanimously accepted for the new fiscal year.m
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Enterprise Zone offers tax incentives for Levy County businesses


By BILL MCCREA
STAFF WRITER

The Levy County Enterprise Zone Development Agency, or
EZDA, has updated its sales tax incentives for businesses in Levy
County.
Zone coordinator Pamela Blair said she received information
early in September from the Department of Revenue on what the
EZDA will receive to make an application for sales tax refunds on
materials to rehabilitate business property.
"If you are going to do the work yourself, you need to have all
the receipts for the project. Receipts must show what materials
were purchased," said Blair about the tax refund process.
If a contractor is hired to do the work, the contractor must also
save the receipts, Blair said. "We know this is very difficult," she
said, adding, "We have tried to submit invoices from a contractor
with the sales tax extracted, and the DOR said, 'No,' unless the
actual receipts are available for review."


SThe Enterprise Zone began last year in September when the
EZDA board was created, and "the program was launched when
we received our designation in February," said Blair.
According to Blair, the zone was developed not only to help
existing businesses, but also to add incentives for future businesses
to come into the area.
Some of the incentives include new-job tax credit, business
equipment sales tax refund, building materials sales tax refund and
property tax credit. These incentives apply for county businesses
that are located in the Enterprise Zone.
The designated areas of the Enterprise Zone are: in Williston,
which includes the Industrial Airport area; in Bronson,
incorporating three industrial nodes that are being developed; and
in Chiefland, incorporating the Industrial Park and the corridor
leading into Fanning Springs.
Business owners must spend at least $8,600 to qualify for a
building materials refund.
For questions, contact Pamela Blair at (352) 486-5470. .


AARP sponsors flu shot clinic Oct.2 2007 SVC Annual Picnic


The Williston area AARP chapter will be holding the
fourth annual Flu Shot Clinic on Tuesday, Oct. 2, at the
Masonic Lodge, 250 NE 6th Blvd., in Williston (Route 121).
All Medicare recipients must have their Medicare card
and picture identification for Maxim Health System to
bill Medicare directly. Flu shots are $30, pneumonia $40
and tetanus $3,5. Medicare will not pay for tetanus shots.
Everyone else will need to pay for the shots and will receive
a receipt to submit to their health insurance company for,
reimbursements.
Appointments will be made at half-hour intervals
beginning at 9 a.m. and scheduled through 2 p.m. Walk-ins
are welcome between noon and 3 p.m.
For additional information and to schedule an
appointment, please call Adelia Vachon, 528-5024 after Sept
15. Leave a message if no one answers, and a call back will
be made. Please be certain your name and phone number are
clearly stated or spelled.
A Health Fair will be held simultaneously. Please come
join us in our community service offering..


The John Hance O'Steen Camp 770, Sons of Confederate
Veterans (SCV) of Gilchrist and Levy Counties held their Annual
Picnic in August at O'Leno State Park. (See photo page 1.)
This is the time the camps from all over Florida come together
to have fellowship and meet other members and their families.
There were representatives from seven different camps present:
two United Daughters of the Confederacy (UDC) chapters, one
Order of the Confederate Rose (OCR) chapter, a number of
members from the Black Hawk Cavalry 856 andChildren of the, -'
Confederacy (CofC).
Annette Lindsey-Hutson, a member of the Olustee Chapter'
2488, United Daughters of the Confederacy co-hosted the event
with the SCV Camp 770.
The John Hance O'Steen Camp meets every third Tuesday
night of each month at the Bell Community Center, 7:00pm. On
September 18, our speaker will be 1st Lt. Commander Jim Davis
from St. Augustine. He will give a presentation on the Civil War
events surrounding the Suwannee State Park. Everyone is invited
to attend. If you are interesting joining the SCV please come and
receive information concerning our organization..


Low Cost Pet Vaccination Clinic Sept. 22 in Archer


A low cost pet vaccination clinic will be held Sept. 22 at
Midwest Feed, Archer on Highway 41 next to the railroad
tracks. The clinic will be held from 10 until 11:30 a.m.
The Teaching Zoo in Bushnell sponsors the clinic as a
public service/fund-raising project. The funds will be used
in our new secluded endangered species and pachyderm
reproduction facility.
The public can affordably protect their pets and support

Don't Miss the
BHS Reunion!
Calling all Bronson Eagles Classes from 1920's to 1970 -
don't miss the BHS reunion! Join other Eagle alumni at the Cedar
Key Park for the BHS reunion on Saturday, Sept. 22 at 5:30 pm.
Come share memories with old friends; enjoy a delicious fish
fry and entertainment by famous disc jockey Lewis Stokes of 93.7
K-Country radio. He'll play all of our favorite oldies
There will be fun recognition. Spread the word; don't let
anyone miss out on this exciting reunion. See you there.
For information call: 352-486-2470, P.O. Box 191 Bronson, FL
32621 or email: eagles@bkcypress.comm


Attention Senior Citizens!
September 19, 2007 is the
deadline to apply for
Senior Exemption
To qualify:
0 must be homesteaded in Levy County
0 must be 65 years old by Dec. 31, 2006
[ household income must not exceed
$24,237 in 2006
0 verification of income requested
[I annual application required
Francis Akins
Levy County Property Appraiser
P.O. Box 100
Bronson, FL 32621-0100
352-486-5188


endangered species. The vaccinations are $5 for dog and cat
rabies, distemper-parvo combo shots are $,13, cat distemper
is $13, and kennel cough is $12. There are no office calls
or.hidden fees. The veterinarian administers the shots and
provides legal documentation to the pet owner.
For more information please contact: Mark D. Wilson,
D.V.M, Zoo Director/Veterinarian, at 352-867-7788, Marion
Teaching Zoo Lis#SC-10577.m


Levy County Republican

Executive Committee to

hold monthly meeting
The Levy County Republican Executive Committee will
hold our monthly meeting at Bell's Restaurant in Chiefland
at 6:30 p.m. for food and fellowship. Visit our website www.
levyrepublicans.com for pictures of our adventures and
the latest information. If you have any questions you may
contact George or Nancy at 486-0036..

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Franklin Schuler and Berlon Weeks being sworn in.


Weeks wins big,


captures seat two

Berlon Weeks edged out Eddie Mayes by a substantial
margin, 157 votes to 91, in capturing Bronson Town Council
seat two.
Edith Brown vacated the seat earlier this year.
Weeks began his campaign on the steam of addressing
Bronson's lack of policy concerning the scrap metal
procedures. He wrote a letter to Councilman Aaron
Edmondson questioning why he gave away city property. In
the letter, Weeks asked why the itefis were given away if an
offer of $500 was presented to the city for the scrap metal
salvage.
According to Weeks, with a large community of people
who salvage scrap metal, it's hard to believe there is no
policy.
However, the number one issue Weeks wants to address in
Bronson is the sewer system.
"Our sewer system needs to be finished," he said. "There
are so many citizens that would love to have this utility, and
our town would benefit greatly from the revenue."
Weeks said now that he is elected, he would like to find
out what grants or other government funding are available
and to also have fundraisers to raise the extra money tpof
the sewer problem completely. "If there '-s;awill, there'ia-a
Sa\,. The sewer.sy.temi need- to be fini.sh.d," -
Another area of concern for Weeks is the need for a
children's community center to "provide an environment that
does not include drugs or violence."
Weeks grew up in Bronson and graduated from Bronson
High School. He runs a bail bonds business and is involved
with his father in two other business endeavors, Tri-County
Moving and the Bronson Chevron.

Harvest of Good Health Day

Trenton Medical Center, Inc. invites you to participate in
"Harvest of Good Health Day," Saturday Sept. 22, 10 a.m. to
2 p.m. at Trenton Medical Center, Inc., Route 129, Trenton.
There will be informative health sessions, fun, music,
health screenings, food, demonstrations, yard sale, door
prizes, bake sale, and games for kids.
Blood Testing will be available for a nominal fee;
cholesterol, lipid profile, glucose, PSA (fasting is
recommended).
SPlease feel free to contact Eileen Senecal at (352) 463-
4529 for further details..

Juvenile Diabetes Research

Foundation Fund Raiser

Advanced Discount Auto Parts is sponsoring and hosting
with the help of the Midtown Cruisers a charity for the
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. The event will
be held Sept. 22 from 5:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. at Winn
Dixie/Advanced Discount Auto Parts Shopping Center at the
Intersection Hwy 27A and US 41 (behind McDonalds), in
Williston, There will be a car show, food, live entertainment,
raffles and fun for all. Everyone invited. Please come and
help Juvenile Diabetes.m


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veterans

The local chapter in the Tri-county area of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy, is seeking information on
confederate veterans in the War Between the States.
The Olustee Chapter #2488, United Daughters of the
Confederacy continues to gather stories, love letters,
war accounts and photos of local veterans to share with
others. We are asking families to submit information to tell
the soldier's true story and preserve their history. These
stories may be handwritten, typed or photocopied. This
is a way for every family to be a part of preserving the
past and being the voice of our confederate ancestor so
his true story will be told.We can use any help that you
can provide. To submit storiesor for more information,
e-mail cwpyrogirl@yahoo.com or contact Annette Lindsey-
Hutson, 352-472-3208.

State Representative Will
Kendrick Honored For

Protecting Forestry In Florida
PONTE VEDRA BEACH-Representative Will Kendrick
(District 10), from Carrabelle, was named the Florida
Forestry Association's 2007 Legislator of the Year at the
group's Annual Meeting in Ponte Vedra Beach on September
6. Representative Kendrick represents a broad area of the
Big Bend, including parts of Franklin, Wakulla, Jefferson,
Madison, Hamilton, Columbia, Taylor, Dixie and Levy
Counties.
A senior member in the Florida House, Representative
Kendritk serves as chairman of the Conservation and State
Lands Committee, 1Representing t hlargestctimbpr district
in the House, he has been a staunch supporter of private
property rights. Though sometimes outnumbered, he has
made his strong support for the future of forestry in Florida
abundantly clear.
The Florida Forestry Association is the only statewide
non-profit trade organization representing the interests
of landowners, loggers, foresters and the forest products
industry in Florida. With total sales exceeding $16.6 billion,
Florida's highest valued agricultural product is trees. The
Florida forest economy generates over 133,000 jobs.and
contributes significantly to the recreation and tourism
businesses. For more information, please visit www.
floridaforest.org. u


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SO1W AND TEi
Log Cabin Quilters met Thursday, Sept. 13, at the Levy
Co. Quilt Museum for show-and-tell day. Alice Mae brought
in two tops she made from scraps. Janice has one quilt that
she has decided to sell; it's a Fifty-Four-Forty or Fight. Joyce
made a small quilt using printed fabric, and it's for a gift.
We had seven ladies from Micanopy, Williston, Morriston
and other places to come visit. They have a quilt group and'
wanted to visit the museum. It made for a great day, as we
love to meet with other quilters and learn something new.
Greg and six boys were out Wednesday, and what a great
day we had. Sgt. Carl Loy came by and visited for awhile.
Loy is the officer of the year and was honored last Tuesday
night at Law Appreciation Night at the Usher Center. He is
head of the work camp at Lancaster, and as everyone knows,
they take good care of us here. Thanks, Lancaster.
Lunch was great with spaghetti and meat sauce, green
beans, tomatoes and zucchini, squash casserole, cheese and
macaroni, tossed salad, cabbage salad, corn, chocolate and
coconut pies, cheesecake with cherries and more.,

Sheffield Reunion at Inglis

Community Center Oct. 6
The third annual Sheffield family and friends reunion
will be held Oct. 6, at the Inglis Community Center in Inglis.
Hours will be 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. Bring some good food
and enjoy the fellowship with the family and friends. Paper
goods, tea and coffee will be furnished. Contact Earleen
Sheffield at (352) 528-2124 if you have a question..


PET OF THE WEEK


Rachel is a 2 1/2 year old Collie/Retriever mix. She is
medium size and approximately 30 lbs. She has a sweet
disposition and loves to play. Her adoption fee is only
$85.00, which goes toward her spay and rabies vaccination.
Please call 352-486-5138 or visit the shelter at 12055 NE
69th Lane, Bronson. Animal Service is located at the Levy
County Landfill www.levycountyanimal.petfinder.com.
Please visit. www.levycountyanimal.petfinder.org
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Williston's 19th


Annual Peanut


Festival
The Central Florida Fall Harvest and Peanut Festival. This
family-friendly event sponsored by the Williston Area Chamber of
Commerce features a variety of delicious foods and assorted types
of peanuts and peanut products, including our famous southern
peanut pie! Rides, music, crafts, vintage cars and antique tractors
will also be here for your enjoyment. Be sure to ride our vintage
Trolley Car which will highlight areas of historic Williston. The
festival also holds a Peanut King & Queen and a Baby Peanut
Contest. On Saturday, October 6t1 the festivities will take place
at Williston's Linear Park beginning at 9:00 am until 4:00 pm.
Visit the Mobile National Peanut Tour museum featuring a 30 foot
peanut and learn about the history of the peanut. The friendly
folks of Williston extend an invitation to Florida residents and out-
of-state visitors. Stop by to get some peanuts and enjoy some good
old fashioned fun. We look forward to seeing you!
For additional information call 352-528-5552 or visit www.
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Miss Honey says...



Sunday, Sept. 16, 7:30 p.m. Hi
everyone! Isn't it great to be alive and
well and go yard saleing with a friend
and enjoy life? I did just that today and
was so glad to get home and in my
recliner.with the air on.
Oh yeah, it was very hot out there
today, even in the shade, but we had a
good day and enjoyed it even if it was
hot. My air feels even better after a day
out in the heat.
My little dogs were so glad to see me
come home. Oh yeah, they love me
when no one else does. Yeah they do
love me, and yes I love them too. Hush,
Donald, I know you love me when no
one else does, uh huh do too.
Where would I be without Jesus, my
friends and my little dogs? Good night.
Good morning, it's Monday, 9 a.m.,
and I'll finish this and take it to the
Journal and visit A&A Restaurant and
Dollar General Store. Who else would
put up with me? Oh well, my friends
love me and that's great. And Jesus
loves me. I know he does, because
He protects me, rides beside me and
supplies my needs. Isn't it great to have
a friend in Jesus?
I have a lot to do here at the house,
but no one to make me do it! It will still
be here waiting for me whenever or if
ever I decide to do it.
So until next week, I'll shut up, get up
and make my rounds. May God bless
and take a liking to each of you.




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Karaoke contest

continues Saturday
WILLISTON The Levy County Fair Association and
A Touch of Class Entertainment announce the winners of
the second pre-qualification karaoke contest which took
place on Monday, Sept. 10, at Amvets Post 444 in Williston.
Kristin Stewart of Morriston took first place, with Samantha
Beckham of Cedar Key in second place and Natalie Nicole
Green of Gainesville in third.
Best Appearance went to Tina Hodges from Williston, and
Best Overall Performance went to Michael Haff also from
Williston.
On Saturday, Sept. 22, the fourth contest will take
place at the Moose Lodge in Fanning Springs. This contest
will begin at 4 p.m., and all age groups are welcome and
encouraged to enter.
On Monday, Sept. 24, at 6 p.m. the fifth contest will
take place at the Hungry Howies in Bronson. Again all age
groups are welcome at this location. The Bronson Chamber
of Commerce is furnishing the prizes for this competition.
In addition to the prizes provided by the sponsoring
locations, Skylab Recording Studio of Gainesville is
giving two hours of studio recording time to the first place
winners in each competition, and Hungry Howies and Bell's
Restaurant are giving gift certificates.
The contest at Hungry Howies in Bronson will be the
last competition this month. The next contest will be held
on'Oct. 14 at Cole's Four Corners in Bronson at 4 p.m. The
last contest will be held at The Oasis Tavern in Morriston on
Saturday, Oct. 20, also starting at 4 p.m.
The 21 first, second and third place winners will all
compete at the Levy County Fair on Saturday, Nov. 10.
Prizes at the fair are $1,000 and 10 hours of recording time
at Skylab's Recording Studio in Gainesville for first place,
$500 for second place and $250 for third.
We apologize for being unable to post the winners of
the Amvets contest in Williston in last week's papers. For
more information, please call Carol Perkins at (352) 528-
3073 or Debra Jones at (352) 528-2658 or e-mail Carol at
lindap03 @earthlink.net..


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Events

Manatees: Lookout Below Sept. 20 The next meetil
The Friends of the Luther Callaway Library are hosting a 2007 at 7 p.m.
presentation on Manatees by David Leach on September
20 at 6:30 p.m. in the library at 104 N.E. Third St.,
Chiefland. The presentation will focus on methods for POW-MIA Day
taking pictures of manatees in the wild and making Sept. 21
prints and videos. Leach will show a DVD of his work, September;
speak about the cameras and give "how to" tips on Legion will hav
photographing manatees. There will be a question and p.m. at the Pos
answer session. Refreshments will be served by the Combs, will att<
Friends. Leach has been an underwater photographer MIAs are not fo
since 1975. He added videography to his resume in day. Refreshme
1990. He now resides in Chiefland and owns Main Street For more info
Framing and Art Gallery. or drop by and
always helpful!
Cancellation of Recreational Advisory Committee
Meeting Sept. 20 SRWMD boarn
The City of Chiefland Recreational Advisory Committee On Tuesday,
has cancelled its September 20, 2007 meeting. Water Manage
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities holding a works
Act, individuals with Disabilities needing a reasonable All meetings,
accommodation to participate in this proceeding should public.
contact the office of the City Manager at City Hall, 214
East Park Avenue, Chiefland, FL 32626 (352) 493-6711. Tourist Devel<
The Levy Count
American Legion Dinner Sept. 20 Thursday, Sept.
Thursday, September 20, the Sons of the Legion, 620 N. Hathaw
American Legion Post 383 in Old Town, are sponsoring more information
a spaghetti dinner starting at 4 p.m. Proceeds from this
dinner will aid the SAL in carrying-out their programs for Levy County T
the coming year. Donations of $5 will be requested for the The Levy
dinner. Call the Post at 542-8020 for more information. Coordinating E
meetingon Thu
Withlacoochee Regional Planning Council Meetings will be held in
Sept. 20 50 NW Main St
The Withlacoochee Regional Planning Council Executive open to the pul
Committee Meeting will be held on September 20, 2007 The MOA/TD
at 5:45 p.m. at 1241 SW 10 Street in Ocala, Florida. The a.m. at the abo
Withlacoochee Regional Planning Council will be held the annual upd
following at also at 1241 SW 10 Street in Ocala, Florida. Service Plan.





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DEADLINE FOR
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ng scheduled for Thursday, October 18,
at WRPC offices in Ocala.


ceremony at American Legion Post

21 is National POW-MIA Day. The American
e an impressive ceremony beginning at 1
t. One of our own former POWs, Charlie
end; We all want to ensure that our POW-
rgotten and we are honoring them on this
ents will be served after the ceremony.
3rmation, please call the Post at 542-8020
chat with the friendly bartender. She is


d to hold workshop Sept. 25
Sept. 25, at 3 p.m. the Suwannee River
ement District's governing board will be
shop.
,workshops and hearings are open to the


opment Council to meet Sept. 27
ty Tourist Development Council will meet on
. 27, at 6 p.m. at the Visitors Bureau Office,
ay Avenue, Bronson. Call 486-3396 for
on. The meeting is open to the public.

transportation Board Meeting Sept. 27
County Transportation Disadvantaged
Board will conduct its regular business
rsday, September 27 at 10 a.m. The meeting
Villiston's City Council Chambers located at
:reet in Williston. The board meeting will be


blic.
)SP Committee will meet earlier at 9
ve mentioned location in order to di
ates to the 2003 2008 Levy coun


Community Events


Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity of Suwannee Valley meets the
third Monday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at the Good
Shepherd Lutheran Church on US 19 next to the Dakota
Winery. Volunteers encouraged. Contact Habitat at HTTP:
habitatsuwanneevalley.org or at 463-8003 or 463-7207.

Suwannee River Shrine Club Breakfasts
and Turkey Shoots 11 and 3" Saturdays
The Suwannee River Shrine Club serves a Country
Breakfast on the first and third Saturday of each month from 7
to 10:30 a.m. The breakfast costs $4 and includes eggs, grits,
sausage bacon, gravy, biscuits, coffee or tea.
A Turkey Shoot is also held that costs $3 per shot and runs
from 9 a.m. until...
The Suwannee River Shrine Club is one-half mile north of
Fanning Springs on Highway 26. Proceeds for the Suwannee
River Shrine Club are not tax deductible.

Sons of the Confederacy 3rd Tuesday
The Sons of the Confederacy camp meets the third Tuesday
night each month at the Bell Community Center at 7 p.m.
Everyone is invited.
The John Hance O'Steen Camp goals are to honor our
southern ancestors and make sure they are never forgotten. We
identify and make sure their graves are properly marked with
a headstone. We are a non-hate group. We enjoy educating
people about our flag and give information on how to locate
individual's ancestors.

Area park opens
The Levy County Recreation and Parks Department has
opened Blue Springs Park to the public. With the warmer
weather, people are looking for a nice place to go and have a
picnic or take the kids to have a place to run around. So don't
delay go visit a park today!

AARP meetings start up again in September
The Williston Area AARP Chapter # 912 will meet the
second Monday of each month at the Oran (Masonic)
Lodge, 250 NE 6th Blvd., Williston, at 9:30 a.m. Visitors are
welcome. For information call (352) 528-3323.

Haven Hospice information session
Are you a care-giver? Have you or a loved one been
diagnosed with a terminal illness or in need of frequent
medical care? Haven Hospice board-certified physicians,
nurses, CNAs, chaplains and social workers can help.
Haven Hospice is available 24 hours a day, seven days a
week and has 16-bed inpatient respite care.
Haven Hospice is offering a free information session
the first Wednesday of each month at 2 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.
Sessions will be held at Tri-Counties Hospice Care Center
at 311 N.E. 9't Street in Chiefland. To learn more about
Haven Hospice, please call Marge Peters or Cathy Weyer
at (352) 493-2333 to register. Light refreshments will be
served.


Horse Club hosts bi-monthly trail rid

The Levy County Horse Club members elected 1
officers for the 2007-2008 term. The present office
unopposed and will continue in their positions for
term. The officers are: Dave Wilson, president; Randy
vice president; Lenora Hale, treasurer; and Bonnie
secretary.
The Levy Horse Club is a trail riding club that has
scheduled trail rides twice a month. All riders go at the
pace and choose which distance trail they choose. We d
some overnight campouts scheduled through the year.
family oriented, and anyone interested is welcome to jo
We meet the second Thursday of each month at Bell's
Restaurant in Chiefland at 7:30 p.m. Check out our We
www.Flahorse.com/lchc or e-mail levy2@flalhorse.coi
The horse club holds one fundraiser each year during
month of October. Our 7thAnnual Breast Cancer Aware
Trail Ride, to benefit local breast cancer patients, will 1
at the Tidewater Trailhead in Goethe Forest located at 1
south end of CR 337. The date is Saturday, Oct. 20. A
run will be in the morning with fun raffles during the l
break. Breakfast and lunch will be available for a dona
Overnight camping for those whom would like to com
Friday or stay over till Sunday is available. Trail use ar
fees are waived for this benefit event. Water for horses
bathroom facilities will be available.
Come join us for a great time to benefit a great caus'

John Hance O'Steen Camp
meets third Thursdays

The John Hance O'Steen Camp 770, Sons of Conf
Veterans (SCV) of Gilchrist and Levy counties, held t
annual Picnic in August at O'Leno State Park.
This is the time the camps from all over Florida co
together to have fellowship and meet other members
their families. There were representatives from seven
different camps present, two United Daughters of the
Confederacy chapters, one Order of the Confederate 1
chapter, a number of members from the Black Hawk
856, and Children of the Confederacy.
Annette Lindsey-Hutson, a member of the Olustee
Chapter 2488 United Daughters of the Confederacy, c
hosted the event with SCV Camp 770.
The John Hance O'Steen Camp meets every third
Tuesday night of each month at the Bell Community (
at 7 p.m.
Everyone is invited to attend. If you are interesting
joining the SCV, please come and receive information
concerning our organization.


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2007 Page 5


EZDA hosts networking event Oct. 23
:30 The Levy County Enterprise Zone Development Agency
scuss (EZDA) is happy to announce their first Sponsorship
ity TD Banquet to be held on Tuesday, Oct. 23, from 6:30 to
9 p.m. in Chiefland at the Tommy Usher Center. This
is the networking event of the year! All businesses are
encouraged and invited to attend. Dress is business
casual. This is a fun, casual event for networking with your
peers
Tickets are $20 each. Dinner and dessert will
be served. Bridget Merrill, senior director of rural
competitiveness and policies from Enterprise, Fla.; Daniel
Roderick, \ ice president of nuclear projects and
construction at Progress Energy; and Franklin Schupp,
CEO of Tri-County Hospital, will be updating us on the
most exciting projects in Levy County.
Seating is limited. Tickets will be sold on a first-come,
first-served basis. You can order your tickets by e-
les mailing from the home page on our Web site at www.
LevyCountyEZDA.org. Tickets are available now.
the club
the clb Yankeetown Woman's Club serves Italian Oct. 26
The upcoming special fund-raiser for the Yankeetown
the new oman's Club is the Italian Dinner, Friday, Oct. 26, 4 p.m.
Beasley, to 7 p.m.
Wilson,
Quilt Exhibit Down On the Farm set for Oct. 27
The quilters of Alachua County Day Guild present the
"ir own fourth annual Quilt Exhibit Down On The Farm. Please join
do have us on Saturday, Oct. 27, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Dudley
We're. Farm Historic State Park, 18730 W. Newberry Road,
oin. Newberry. Admission is free of charge.
Family Besides the quilt exhibit, there is a quilt that is being
-b site at raffled, and there are live demonstrations.
m. Dudley Farm Historic State Park is located four miles
g the east of Newberry on State Road 26.
ness Join our quilting fun. For more information on becoming
be a member, please visit us online at www.qacdq.org.
the
poker 23r Annual Down Home Days set for Nov. 3
lunch Have you made plans yet? Nov. 3 is not far away. Come
tion. and display your arts and crafts. This year a new sponsor
e in on is hosting this annual event. Trenton Nazarene Church
id camp has 10 acres of property just west of town and invites you
and to rent booth space for your private showings or for your
organization's need. Live music, good food, crafts of all
e. kinds and loads of fun.
For information and application to participate, call
Merle at (352) 463-1057.



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FFA Alumni sponsor Fish Fry Sept. 28
The Chiefland FFA Alumni will sponsor a Fish Fry
on Friday, Sept. 28. The meal, served at the Chiefland
agricultural building, will include fried mullet,
hushpuppies, grits, coleslaw, baked beans, beverage and
dessert.
Serving will begin at 5 p.m. prior to the homecoming
football game. Plates will be $8 each.
New members are encouraged to join the FFA Alumni
organization. Membership dues are $25 for a couple or
$15 for an individual. Meetings are held the first Monday
night of each month.
The Chiefland FFA Alumni support the projects and
activities of the Chiefland High and the Chiefland Middle
schools. The alumni also provide scholarships to eligible
graduating seniors.

Notice of Annual Farm Bureau Meeting Oct. 2
Levy County Farm Bureau will hold their annual
meeting Oct. 2 at the Levy County Farm Bureau Building
in Bronson. A fish fry will be provided for all members. The
meal will
be served at 6:30 p.m.
Members wishing to attend must call our office prior
to Sept. 26. The number is 352-486-2135.
Members who wish to do so may bring dessert.

Homecoming, reunion at Beck Park Oct. 13
Gulf Hammock Homecoming and Smallwood Reunion are
Saturday, Oct. 13, in Gulf Hammock ;t Beck Park. Bring
a covered dish and chair. Contact Donald Smallwood at
(225) 698-9435 or Amelia Dampier at (352) 629-4438.

Tri-County Band Contest Oct. 13
Local Levy County and other regional high school bands
play at the 4th Annual Tri-County Band Contest, from 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, October 13. Chiefland,Nature
Coas, Dixie County, Trenton, Bronson and many more
high school bands outside the Tri-County area will also
perform, such as Gainesville High School, Taylor County
High School, and others. Admittance fee is $5.00. The
contest will be held at Chiefland High School football field.
Drinks and food will be available.









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WORSHIP/OBITUARIES


LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


Tri-County Crusade


OBITUARY E S


Huge canvas cathedral to be used for the Tri-County
Crusade with Dr. Harold Hunter, October 7-11, Highway 19
N:, Chiefland.

Plans are underway for a great Area-Wide Crusade in the Tri-
County area, October 7 through 11. Services will be conducted
under a huge canvas cathedral to be located on Highway 19, two
miles North of Chiefland. Coming to conduct the Crusade will be
Dr. Harold Hunter and his team, who conducted a similar and very
successful crusade in Old Town ten years ago.
There will be a Kick-Off Rally on behalf of the Crusade at
First Baptist Church, Cross City, Sunday, September 23 at 4 p.m.
Coming to conduct the rally will be Dr. John Bos, Director of the E.
J. Daniels "Christ for the World, Inc." organization in Orlando.
Dr. Bos is an internationally known concert artist on organ and
piano and an ordained minister. He has performed and spoken in
some of the world's main capital cities, as well as across America.
He will entertain with his music and then give exciting details
about the upcoming Crusade in October.
Rev. Travis Hudson, Pastor of Hardeetown Baptist Church,
Chiefland is the General Chairman of the crusade. Others joining
him on the Executive Committee are: Rev. Mike Brown, Cross
City; Rev. P. J. Hope, Cross City; Rev. George Kearns, Chiefland;
Mr. Osbom Barker, Chiefland; Rev. Jake Cravey, Trenton; Rev.
Fred Edwards, Suwannee.
According to Crusade Leaders this crusade will be an attempt
to bring Christ to the entire Tri-County area and beyond. Those
with spiritual questions are invited to call, TOLL Free, 1-888-Jesus
2007.
This crusade is for all people, according to Crusade Leaders.
Some 35 churches from various denominations are joining hands
to make this the greatest religious event ever to come to our area,
according to Rev. Hudson.
ALL CHURCH MEMBERS and those who have no church
affiliation are cordially invited to this informative, exciting
event September 23 at the First Baptist Church, Cross City. The
following Sunday, September 30, there will be a crusade kick-off
rally at the First Baptist Church of Chiefland at 4 p.m.
Hundreds of local citizens are involved in the crusade's various
committees. More information will be given as the crusade date
draws nearer. m


Bethel Baptist

Cemetery News

The Bethel Baptist Cemetery Committee would like to
inform the public of a few changes. First of all, let us state
how much we appreciate your past cooperation.
We are asking the citizens that when they plan to bury
someone at Bethel, to please follow the procedure listed
below.
First of all, call the church office between 9 a.m. and 4
p.m., Monday through Thursday and you will be assisted
with your request. If you need to contact someone at
Bethel on Friday, Saturday or Sunday, please call one of
the following individuals in our church: Larry Bachle,
Mae Beckelheimer, J.M. Everett, Midge Everett, Brandon
Pridgeon, Doyle Pridgeon, Cindy Renfroe or Duane Spears.
Also call one of these people if you cannot reach anyone in
the church office Monday through Thursday.
Please do not permit the funeral home grave diggers to
dig graves without notifying one of these individuals listed
in this article. There will have to be a vault for the casket as
required by the State of Florida.
The church and cemetery are located at 7070 SW 334-A,
Trenton, FL 32693 (about 2 miles north of Highway 26). The
phone number is (352) 463-2028. Please call the church at
anytime for information. We thank you in advance for your
assistance in these matters.
The community price for graves has not changed since
1986. The price is $200.00 per grave site. Please assist us
when leaving the cemetery by closing the gates. Also, please
help us by placing your dead flowers in the church dumpster
across the street.
May God Richly Bless Everyone
Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery Committee
Pastor Jake Cravey
7070 SW CR 334-A, Trenton, FL 32693

Tri-County Home Schoolers

PSAT opportunity October 20

Attention! Christian parents of the Tri-County area Home
Schoolers: If you have a student who is presently age 12 -
17 and/or in grade 7 12, you are cordially invited to give
him/her the opportunity to take the Preliminary Scholastic
Aptitude Test (PSAT) in preparation for the SAT or ACT. The
date for 2007 is Saturday, October 20. It will be given by an
experienced, certified teacher, in a Christian environment and
at a location in Trenton.
To take, the test on the specified date, each student must
be registered in advance of Friday, September 29. Seating is
limited and places are being filled daily.
For more information please telephone (352) 463-1473
and leave your name, inquiry and return phone number (s)
so a personal call can be made to you. This is a once-a-year
opportunity and you are invited to take advantage of it.u

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MARY LINDA BIRCHFIELD

Mary Linda Birchfield passed away suddenly Sept. 9,
2007, in Williston. She was 59.
She was born on Nov. 30, 1947, in Philadelphia, Penn., to
James and Mary Shivers. She was a resident of Williston for
13 years, coming to the area from Palmyra, N.J.
Mrs. Birchfield loved spending time with her family and
friends as well as crocheting for family. She will be greatly
missed by all who knew her.
She is survived by her husband, Lyle Birchfield, Sr. of
Williston; sons, Lyle Kiefer Birchfield, Jr. of Middletown,
Va., and William Douglas Birchfield of Williston; daughters,
Nanette Jones of Bullhead City, Ariz., Benita Marie
Birchfield of Camden, N.J., Deborah Lynn Majka of Cherry
Hill, N.J., and Danielle Lee Birchfield of Williston; sisters,
Margie Polk, Estelle Kendrick, and Nancy Ann Sapp all of
Williston; 20 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
Visitation was held on Thursday, Sept. 13, 2007 at
Knauff Funeral Home in Williston, which was in care of
arrangements.


JAMES ARTHUR POUNDS

James Arthur Pounds of Chiefland passed away Sept.
11 at Haven Hospice in Chiefland due to an extended
illness. He was 68.
Mr. Pounds was born in Washington, D.C., and moved
to Chiefland seven years ago from Panama City. He was a
computer specialist for the United States government and
served in the U.S. Air Force. He attended the First Christian
Church of Chiefland.
Survivors include his wife, Edith Faye Pounds of
Chiefland, two sons, James David Pounds and Daniel
Joseph Pounds, both of Maryland, his daughter, Diana Lee
Pounds, and brother, Thomas L. Pounds, both of Maryland,
one grandchild and seven step grandchildren.


BRANDON TYLER

THORSEN

Private First Class
Brandon Tyler Thorsen,
age 22, passed away on
September 14,2007 from
injuries he sustained
while serving in the
United States Army while
on guard duty at Camp
Liberty in Baghdad, Iraq.
Brandon was born in
Inverness and moved
to Bronson in 1998. He
graduated from Chiefland
High School in 2005 and
fulfilled his life's ambition
of serving in the Armed Forces. While in high school
Brandon played with the Chiefland Indians football team.
He enjoyed working on his truck and hanging out with
friends. Brandon also enjoyed all types of fishing and
hunting, and especially going out in the air boat with his
father and fiance, Chana.
Brandon was deployed to Iraq in November, 2006. He
served in the 1st Cavalry, 2nd Battalion, United States
Army. He completed basic training in Fort Benning, Ga.
and proceeded to Fort Bliss, Texas to complete combat
infantry training.
He is survived by his fiance, Chana Gilbert; father and
step-mother, Donald and Susan Thorsen, of Trenton;
mother and step-father, Susan and Jeff Hostutler, of
New York; sisters, Sharony (Greg) Sheldon, of Spring
Hill and Amber (Timothy) Gay, of Trenton; brother,
Dereck Hardyman of Gainesville; maternal and paternal
grandparents, a niece and nephew.
Funeral arrangements are under the care of Watson
Funeral Home, Trenton. A memorial service is planned in
the near future..


Creekside 4-H Club Sounds of Joy sing at


The Creekside 4-H Club will be holding its initial meeting
at 6:00 p..m., Monday, September 24 at the Otter Creek
Baptist Church Fellowship Hall in Otter Creek. The regular
club meeting time will be determined at this organizational
meeting. This club will be a general club and is open to all
youth regardless of race, creed, color, religion, disability,
sex, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin,
political opinions or affiliations. The Creekside 4-H Club is
looking for youth ages 5 to 18 throughout Levy County to
come and learn about the many opportunities for learning
through 4-H. For additional information, call Reta Scott at
871-3371.m


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*Guy E. Sheffield


. My eleven-year-old daughter, Kailey, used to own the
biggest pair of tonsils around. I'm talking about some real
whoppers. She'd open her mouth and you'd think she must
be choking on a pair of pig knuckles.
Sadly, those puppies are hospital property now. They
were plucked out last week. I was there in the waiting room
when they fired up the chainsaw up and yelled, "Timber!" I
wish I'd have thought to retain custody rights. The doctor's
probably got those babies crated up and headed off to the
'Ripley's Believe or Not' museum by now.
Needless to say, my little Kailey is not feeling too spry.
Poor thing she says it even hurts to talk. While that may
seem like an answer to prayer, the truth is, I feel bad for her.
I remember the time I got mine out. It was one of the
worst experiences of my life; and my tonsils were just
average size. Of course, I didn't go under the knife until I
was well into my twenties. They say it gets worse the longer
you wait.
It wasn't until a couple of nights after my surgery that my
real troubles began. I guess I hadn't been drinking enough
fluids or something, because in the middle of the night I
popped awake wondering why my mouth tasted funny, and
why my pillow seemed so wet. "We've sprung a leak here,"
I mused.
Bolting to the bathroom I found myself covered in more
blood than the cast of Pulp Fiction. My heart began beating
all the more, causing me to drip double time. Finally, I
grabbed a big plastic cup and sped off for the emergency
room.
Now your guess is as good as mine as to what actually
constitutes an emergency at one of those places. The lady at
the counter scanned my pale face with a look that warned,
"Honey, you bed' not bleed on my desk!" Then she handed
me a clipboard full of paperwork to fill out and went back to
er phone call. In desperation I shoved that 44 ounce cup of
lood under her nose and gurgled, "I bleeding to death."
She crinkled her nose, and looked down at it like I
was just trying to break line. However, reluctantly, she
opened the gate and led me back. "Alright Mr. Sherfield,"
she snipped, "Sit in there and I'll see if I can't finds you a
doctor." I emptied my cup in the sink and settled in for the
wait. To my surprise a Doc appeared right off.

Guy E. Sheffield, ofHernando Mississippi, is the president oft?
may email him at all4christ@comcast.net.


Church of God Oct. 6

The Bronson Church of God will be holding a
Gospel Sing on Oct. 6 at 7 p.m. featuring.The
Sounds of Joy from Ocala.
The.church is located at 9353 Alt. 27 South
in Bronson. For more information, call 486-
4924.


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He had a whole lot of questions, most sounding like
things one might ask to prepare his defense in case of a
malpractice lawsuit. Feeling as if I might pass out, I replied
simply, "I had a tonsil-exit-me." Then I handed him my cup
and lay back on the stretcher to die.
Next thing I recall Doc was helping me back to a
sitting position, and he had this funny looking tool in his
hand. "Open up," he instructed, "We're going to have to
cauterize that bleeder." Unfamiliar with a lot of medical
jargon, and naively thinking I had nothing to lose, I
obeyed. As he was about to maneuver that tool past my
teeth I thought to ask, "What does quarter-eyes mean...
AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!"
Looking back I guess I'm glad I didn't know what it
meant. Otherwise, I might not be here to tell you that story. I
didn't have the Lord in my heart in those days to strengthen
me and I might've just chosen to lie back down instead.
In fact, I had to remind my daughter Kailey just last night,
"Honey, I know it hurts, but you've got to drink something.
You have to eat. You don't have a choice if you want to
live." It really wasn't what she wanted to hear.
Have you noticed life is like that? Sometimes it just
doesn't give us a lot of options? We're often put in situations
where the only way out is through the pain.
Maybe you're facing a storm of your own right now? I
want to encourage you, "Don't give up!" More importantly,
don't try to navigate it alone. Reach out to Jesus. He'll be
your guide and your strength. Look to Him and have faith in
His promises.
The Apostle Paul, who faced more than his share of
tribulation, concluded, I can do all things through Christ
which strengtheneth me. Philippians 4:13 KJV. He'd learned
like the disciples, Jesus is the best one to have in the boat if
you're facing raging seas.
But anyway- Last night when I told Kailey about my
tonsil experiences her eyes goggled like a Broward County
chad counter. She flew downstairs and commenced slurping
down a whole bowl of chicken soup. Now that really does
seem like an answer to prayer.


-GUY SHEFFIELD

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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL AROUND LEVY COUNTY


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2007 rage 7


Pastor's Stuff the Bus campaign remains a success


BY BILL MCCREA
STAiF WRITER

Pastor Keith Stewart is doing his best to make sure
students in Levy County have everything they need to attend
school this fall by continuing the second year of Stuff the
Bus.
"We're trying to gather supplies for teachers to put in
their classrooms. At times teachers have taken money out of
their own pockets to buy supplies," said Stewart, adding that,
'We're going to make sure they don't have to do that."
Sometimes it can be quite
a strain on teachers and
students when they don't W re tvy t
have enough supplies for
school. Stewart believes Ki fo tCea
this project will help
disadvantaged students gain
confidence in giving them
what they need to learn.
"This way the kids teac4rJ have t t
aren't picked out, singled
out, as needy, and it's an *
opportunity to help out your t t1r W1
local schools," says Stewart
in demonstrating what he 'tJ/Ult Ui J
teaches at the Morriston
Baptist Church. "To reach < "We e
a community, first you
have to reach out to that
community." th ey t Uw"
The donation drive
began when Stewart heard
about a similar project in
Jacksonville and thought that this might work especially well
in a rural county such as Levy.
Stewart is a member of the Levy County Education
Foundation (LCEF), which coordinates the project. "They
are a nonprofit organization that has supported us in giving
donations to remain operational. The more money that is
brought in by them means more money for all of the schools
in Levy County."
SThe donations will be distributed throughout September at
a free store set up by the foundation. The ultimate goal is to
provide the needed resources so that teachers don't have to
worry. Last year's drive brought in around $5,000 in supplies
that were distributed to the teachers.
There were over $1,000 in cash donations and nearly
$3,000 in supplies this year.
"What we're trying to encourage people to do is look at
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your children's list and buy a little bit more, double up on
what's on the list," says Stewart.
His vision, alongside LCEF, is to set up a permanent
school store that will provide free supplies for students and
teachers. "The superintendent, Cliff Norris, has allowed us
to use a building on the old Bronson High School campus to
store our supplies there. We will make it a teacher depot, or
warehouse, where they-can pick up supplies with no charge."
When Stewart is not busy stuffing the bus, he can be
found at Morriston Baptist Church.


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believer that as a church we
ought to be involved in the
community. That way when
social issues come up we
have a better voice."
In 1985 Stewart walked
and hitchhiked to Florida
to get a job and ended up
in Jacksonville Beach. He
then moved down the road
to Green Cove Springs
and remained there for the
next 20 years. "I lived in a
screened-in box porch for a
couple of years till I got on
my feet and finally ended
up working for the city. At
that time, I started pastoring
at a church over there,
seven years prior to moving


Stewart elucidates on his harsh beginnings, coming from
a broken home. His father left home when he was 5 and then
committed suicide a year later.
"It was a wild time, and I thank God that I was able to get
through all of that."
Now, Stewart's days are much different, he says, as the
Morriston Baptist Church is expanding to meet the demands
of the community.
"We are looking for property off of Hwy. 41, and we
would love to find 15 or 20 acres to build on because the
two services that we have now are just about packed out.
Our average attendance is between 250 to 300 on Sunday
morning."
On Wednesday nights, there are increasing numbers as
well to attend a free dinner at which donations are accepted.
"After the dinner at 7 p.m., we do a thing called Ask the


Pastor Keith Stewart


Pastor. People can at this time ask me questions on anything,
anonymously. It can be a life question, a Bible question,
whatever."
From financial classes to CPR training, the Morriston
Baptist Church, Stewart says, is making the effort to provide
services to people in the community that might otherwise
be a hardship to afford. "I believe 'that a church needs to be
a part of the community before the community will listen to
the church."
One of the ways this church demonstrates this isby
branching out to the community with programs like Stuff
the Bus, and also Stewart says that at the end of the school
year the church will feed all the teachers in Williston at their
annual free dinner.
"Yeah, we do all of them. Williston High School, the
middle and elementary schools, we feed them all. We figure
they have been through a whole year of all that, and they
need a break.".


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AROUND LEVY COUNTY


LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


Levy Land Transacions
8/31/07-9/12/07

Transaction Code: AAA-Agree Additional Advances, A-
Assignment, AAD-Assign Agree Deed, ACT-Amended
Certificate of Title, AD-Agree Deed, Al-Assumption
of Indebtedness, AM -Assignment of Mortgage, CD-
Correctory Deed, CT-Certificate of Title, D-Deed,
E-Easement, FJDX-Final Judgment Divorce X, MMA-
Mortgage Modify Agreement, NL-Notice of Limitation,
PX Probate X, QCD-Quit Claim Deed, TD-Tax Deed,
TBRD-Timber Deed, ROWD-Right of Way Deed, WD-
Warranty Deed


AAA$17,04751OR675/463
Grantee DRUMMOND COMMUNITY BANK
Grantor KNUCKLES ANDREA
Grantor KNUCKLES DALE
WD $59,000.00L8(7) GLENWOOD ESTATES #2,
W/MH
Grantee STINGEL BRIAN J
Grantee MASLOWSKI PAUL
GrantorTOLER PATRICIA E
GrantorTOLER JAMES L
WD $4,500.00BDYNE1/4NE1/4 29-11-17,
PARCEL #03233-185-00
Grantee CORBETT SEAN
GrantorVAN HOFF LINDA H
D $10.00L1 (77) WILUSTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Grantee WARD HAROLD LEON
Grantee WARD JERRY LEE
Grantee JUSTICE GLORIA A
GrantorWARD CURTIS HAROLD ESTATE
GrantorWARD BOBBY JOE
QCD $10.00L1(2) CHIEFLAND COUNTRY
ESTATES
GrantorVINCENT PRICE H JR
CD $10.000R 1085/840,BDYYNE1/4NE1/43-17-
16 & L12, BDY L13-14(B) AMERICANTRADING
CORPORATION, ETC
Grantee HOUCHENS JAN KAREN
Grantee KARRH LYNN CAROL
GrantorTEXTER BERTHA BLAIR ESTATE
Grantor HOUCHENS JAN KAREN
M $210,000.00BDY 28-12-17, PARCEL #03574-
000-00,ETC
Grantee PERKINS STATE BANK
Grantor CALLAHAN SHIRLEY
Grantor CALLAHAN JTHOMAS
Grantor CALLAHAN JTHOMAS III
M $10,000.00L1-2(1) BOWMANS ADDTO
WILLISTON
Grantee PERKINS STATE BANK
GrantorVEGA ROSA P
Grantor MEJIAJOSEVEGA
WD $31,000.00L160(12) UNIVERSITY ESTATES,
BDY15-12-17,W/MH
GranteeCOLON MARIA L
Grantee MARCANO FONSECA RAMON
Grantee FONSECA RAMON MARCANO
Grantor KILGORE GARY J
Grantor KILGORE CAROL A
QCD $1,000.00BDY SW1/4 SE1/4 33-11-17,
PARCEL #03249-02-00
Grantee COLUNS JEFFREY L.


Grantor OCONNORWILLA
GrantorCOLUNS JEFFREY L

M $200,000.00BDY SE/14 NW1/417-12-17,
PARCEL #03475-000-00, ETC
Grantee PERKINS STATE BANK
Grantor MOXLEY DANA R
Grantor MOXLEY JOHN S
WD $22,000.00L2(34) WIWSTON HGH #7
Grantee MILNER GREGORY
Grantee MILNERJOHN G
Grantee MILNER ALAN
GrantorGLASSTRUDE
Grantor GLASS JOSEPH
M $15,400.001-2(34) WILLISTON HGH #7
Grantee PERKINS STATE BANK
Grantor MILNER JOHN G
MMA $5,845.00OR 1078/100
Grantee FRIER FINANCE INC
Grantor DINKINS EVELYN L
Grantor DINKINS ROBERT L
WD $10.00L22 ROCKWOOD SD
Grantee MCKINNEY RONNIE E
Grantee MCKINNEY BERTIE E
Grantor MCKINNEY BERTIE E
QCD $18,300.00L9(70)WILLSTON HGH #5
REPLAT
GranteeYOUNG KATHERINA ANNA
GranteeYOUNG ROBERT GENE
Grantor PERKINS STATE BANK
M $12,670.00L9(70) WILLISTON HGH #5
Grantee PERKINS STATE BANK
GrantorYOUNG KATHERINA ANNA
GrantorYOUNG ROBERTGENE
M $488,000.00BDY L7-10(10) MAP OF
SWLLISTON, BDYSW1/4& NE1/4SW1/46-13-
19, ETC
Grantee PERKINS STATE BANK
Grantor DOERR GEORGE MICHAEL
Grantor DOERR G MICHAEL
,WD $52,200.00UNIT ETHE BRONSON RETAIL
PLAZA
Grantee ELDER PLANNING INCOME CONCEPTS
LLC
Grantor BULMER CAROL TRUSTEE
Grantor GEORGE RUMSEY LANDTRUST
WD $49828.00UNIT E BRONSON RETAIL PLAZA
Grantee GLADYS WILSON LANDTRUST
GranteeWILSON MARTHATRUSTEE
Grantor ELDER PLANNING INCOME CONCEPTS
LLC


WD $109,600.00UNIT2014THECHIEFLAND
PARTNERS BLDG
Grantee ELDER PLANNING INCOME CONCEPTS
LULC
Grantor ELLEN M SCHARF LANDTRUST
Grantor SANDBERG CRAIGTRUSTEE
WD $99,608.00UNIT 2014THE CHIEFLAND
PARTNERS BLDG, CONDO
Grantee BURCH ELSIE M
Grantor ELDER PLANNING INCOME CONCEPTS
LLC
WD $29,819.00UNDVD4% UNIT2014THE
CHIEFLAND PARTNERS BLDG & UNDVD 3%
UNITETHE BRONSON RETAIL PLAZA, CONDOS
Grantee HALL JANET K
Grantor ELDER PLANNING INCOME CONCEPTS
LLC
WD $10.00BDY NE1/4 SWI/4 5-15-16, PARCEL
#02767-000-00, ETC
Grantee KNOWLES DARREN E
Grantee KNOWLES DONALD E
Grantor KNOWLES MICHAEL A
WD $100,000.00L6 WINDMILL ACRES #2
Grantee FLAGG BRETT
GrantorJOHNSTONE ROBERT
Grantor JOHNSTONE JOHN
Grantor JOHNSTONE ALAN
M $80,000.00L6WINDMILL ACRES #2
Grantee REGIONS MORTGAGE
Grantee REGIONS BANK
Grantor FLAGG BRETT D
WD $54,000.00L1 1-12(1) BLACKJACK RIDGE
ESTATES, W/MH
GranteeTAYLOR DAVID R
Grantor SECRETARY OF HOUSING & URBAN
DEVELOPMENT
CT $100.0038-07-CA-170, L5(B)WILLISTON
HGH#1
Grantee ASSET BACKED PASSTHROUGH
CERTIFICATES
Grantee U S BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
TRUSTEE
Grantor ANDERSON PAULA K
Grantor CLERK OF COURT DANNY J SHIPP
Grantor RENNICKJOHN F
Grantor ROTH PAUL E
M $102300.0012(1) WOODPECKER RIDGE
Grantee REGIONS MORTGAGE
Grantee REGIONS BANK
Grantor DEES ODIS EJR
WD $33,000.00L104 SILVER OAKS SD, PHASE 3
Grantee SNIDER MATT
Grantor LUECK KAREN
Grantor LUECK ALAN
M $33,512.40L104 SILVER OAKS SD, PHASE 3
GranteeW RJ SALES INC
Grantor SNIDER MATT
WD $31,000.00L105 SILVER OAKS SD, PHASE 3
Grantee SNIDER MATT
Grantor LUECK KAREN
Grantor LUECKALAN
M $31,438.65L105 SILVER OAKS SD, PHASE
GranteeW RJ SALES INC
Grantor SNIDER MATT
MMA $70,000.00OR 947/595, L3 FOXWOOD
FARMS
Grantee JPMORGAN CHASE BANK NA
Grantor SPATES ROBERTA
QCD $100.00BDY NE1/4 NE1/4 33-14-16
Grantee MUNYON ROBERT
Grantor SWIFT MARY ANN BROWN
Grantor MUNYON MARY ANN
M $69,029.69L48(10) FANNIN SPRINGS ANNEX,
W/MH


* Grantee TRIAD FINANCIAL SERVICES INC
Grantor SANCHEZ BLANCA I RODRIGUEZ
Grantor SANTOS IGNACIO
Grantor RODRIGUEZ SANCHEZ BLANCA I
M $34,00000L3-4(6) SUWANNEE RIVER HGH
Grantee CAPITAL CITY BANK
Grantor FARROWTINAT
Grantor FARROW GEORGE V
WD$35,000.00L9-10 HIDEAWAY #1,W/MH
Grantee SILLS PRISCILLA
Grantee COLEMAN EDWARD
Grantor MONTGOMERY CAROL MCKECHNIE
QCD $10.00BDY SE1/4 SE1/419-11-17, PARCEL
#03161-092-00
Grantee HARRELL BURTON W
Grantor HARRELL JENNIFER L
Grantor HARRELL BURTON L
D $10.00L9-10, L11-12(E) ELLESTONS ADDmON
TOWILUSTON
Grantee BARBARA B STEVENSTRUST
Grantee STEVENS BARBARA TRUSTEE
Grantor STEVENS BARBARA B
GrantorSELEY BARBARA B
WD $10.00BDY SE1/4 NW1/419-11-17, PARCEL
#03161-192-00
Grantee ZOELLER SUSAN A
Grantor WSE SHIRLEY A
Grantor RESSEGUIE SHIRLEY A
QCD $10.00L12(29) MCKENZIES ADDTO OLD
CHIEFLAND
Grantee BENNETT LINDA
Grantee BENNETTHARRYCJR
Grantor BENNETT LINDA
Grantor BENNETT HARRY C JR
Grantor BENNETT HARRY
M $57,217.43BDY NE1/4 NE1/44-12-17,W/MH,
ETC
Grantee 21ST MORTGAGE CORPORATION
Grantor BROWN KIMT

QCD $10.00L13(A) MORGAN FARMS SD
Grantee CHINYET EDNA MERLETRUSTEE
Grantee CHINYET OWEN TRUSTEE
Grantee EDNA MERLE CHINYET REVOCABLE
LMNGTRUST
Grantee OWEN J CHINYET REVOCABLE LIVING
TRUST
Grantor CHINYET EDNA MERLE
Grantor CHINYET OWEN J
QCD $10.00.8(5) VILLAGE OF GREENTHUMBS
PHASE I
Grantee CHINYET EDNA MERLETRUSTEE
Grantee CHINYET OWEN TRUSTEE
Grantee EDNA MERLE CHINYET REVOCABLE
LIVING TRUST
Grantee OWEN J CHINYET REVOCABLE LIVING
TRUST
Grantor CHINYET EDNA MERLE
Grantor CHINYETOWENJ -
WD $1 00.00L4 LORALEI ACRES
Grantee SECKINGER RICHARD D
Grantor SECKINGER CHARLES W DECEASED
Grantor SECKINGER JOYCE L
D $10.00L29, BDY L28(12) CIRCLE K RANCH
SD #1
Grantee DAHLSTROM RALPH A
Grantor DAHLSTROM RALPH A
D $10.00L27, BDY L28(12) CIRCLE K RANCH #1
Grantee DAHLSTROM RALPH A
Grantor DAHLSTROM RALPH A
D $10.00L26, BDY L25(12) CIRCLE K RANCH #1
Grantee DAHISTROM RALPH A
Grantor DAHLSTROM RALPH A
D $10.00L24, BDY L25(12) CIRCLE K RANCH


NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING



The Suwannee River Water Management District has

tentatively adopted a budget for Fiscal Year 2007-08.


This notice is applicable to the following counties:


All of: Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist, Hamilton, Lafayette, Madison, Suwannee, Taylor, Union
Parts of: Alachua, Baker, Bradford, Jefferson, Levy,,Putnam ;- ,.:,



A public hearing to make a FINAL DECISION on the budget and TAXES
will be held on

Tuesday, September 25, 2007 at 5:30 p.m.

at:


Suwannee River Water Management District

9225 County Road 49 (corner US 90 and CR 49)

Live Oak, FL





Budget Summary

Suwannee River Water Management District Fiscal Year 2007 2008



General Fund Special Revenue Funds Total All Funds



CASH BALANCES BROUGHT FORWARD $3,235,238 $23,579,698 $26,814,936

ESTIMATED REVENUES
(Millage per $1000)
TAXES (0.4399 Mills)
Ad Valorem Taxes $6,100,000 $0 $6,100,000
Documentary Stamp Taxes $0 $5,901,000 $5,901,000
Florida Forever $0 $18,035,543 $18,035,543
PERMIT AND LICENSE FEES $0 $416,367 $416,367
OTHER INCOME
INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUES
Local Revenues $0 $891,000 $891,000
Wetlands Grant $0 $222,300 $222,300
DEP Coastal Zone Management Grant $0 $59,000 $59,000
ERP Grant $0 $407,700 $407,700
Suwannee River Partnership Grant $0 $1,947,553 $1,947,553
Delineated Areas Grant $0 $40,000 $40,000
DOT Grants $900,000 $183,550 $1,083,550
Dept. of Agriculture And Consumer Services $0 $1,298,205 $1,298,205
Water Protection & Sustainability Grant $0 $12,338,765 $12,338,765
DEP Monitoring Grant $70,000 $0 $70,000
SWIM Revenue $0 $1,185,321 $1,185,321
FEDERAL GRANTS
FEMA Grants $0 $1,785,615 $1,785,615
NRCS Grants $0 $2,652,514 $2,652,514
TEA-21 Grant $0 $213,000 $213,000
MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES
Interest and General Sales $150,000 $190,906 $340,906
Timber Sales $0 $100,000 $100,000
FUND TRANSFERS $0 $0 $0

TOTAL REVENUES AND OTHER SOURCES $7,220,000 $47,868,339 $55,088,339

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES AND BALANCES $10,455,238 $71,448,037 $81,903,275


EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES

Salaries And Benefits $2,565,863 $2,798,785 $5,364,648
Other Personal Services $1,763,862 $15,630,059 $17,393,921
Expenses $1,242,486 $1,244,904 $2,487,390
Operating Capital Outlay $197,500 $207,540 $405,040
Fixed Capital Outlay $0 $27,956,611 $27,956,611
Interagency Expenditures $527,500 $14,749,419 $15,276,919

TOTAL EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES $6,297,211 $62,587,318 $68,884,529

Reserves $4,158,027 $8,860,719 $13,018,746

TOTAL EXPENDITURES AND RESERVES $10,455,238 $71,448,037 $81,903,275

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


SD#1
Grantee DAHLSTROM RALPH A
Grantor DAHLSTROM RALPH A
D $10.00L23, BDY L22(12) CIRCLE K RANCH
SD #1
Grantee DAHLSTROM RALPH A
Grantor DAHLSTROM RALPH A
D $10.00L21, BDY L22(12) CIRCLE K RANCH
SD#1
Grantee DAHLSTROM RALPH A
Grantor DAHLSTROM RALPH A
M $164,000.00L27 NORTH SOUTH ESTATES #1,
BDY 18-12-18, ETC
Grantee PINNACLE FINANCIAL CORPORATION
Grantee MERS
Grantee MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS INC
Grantor JUSTICE JOYCE F
GrantorJUSTICE JAMES H
E $10.OOPARCEL #3-4 MARGARET RICE SURVEY,
BDY 32-13-18, ETC
Grantee FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION
Grantee PROGRESS ENERGY FLORIDA INC
Grantor SPINKDALEL
D $10.OOBDY NE1/4 SE1/415-12-17, PARCEL
#03408-029-00
Grantee MARINO ORLANDO J
Grantor PEREZ RAMON ROMAN ESTATE
Grantor ROMAN CARMEN N
Grantor ROMAN PEREZ RAMON ESTATE
WD $10.00BDY NE1/4 SE1/4 1-12-14, PARCEL
#00870-014-OC
Grantee FLANDERS BARBARA J
Grantee ADKINS PERNELL
Grantor GOLDING MARY R
M $31,000.00L9-10(E) HAMMOCK HTS SD
Grantee PERKINS STATE BANK
Grantor BALDWIN CLAUDIA N
Grantor BALDWIN JOHN MITCHELL
Grantor BALDWIN J MITCHELL
WD $7,500.00L9-10(73) WILLISTON HGH G&CC
EST
Grantee BOTERO DORIAN
Grantor CHANSAWANG APPERAK
D $1.OOCC PASCO COUNTY, L1(4) BRONSON
HTSSD
Grantee EVANS FRANCES A
GranteeTERRY NAMON
GrantorTERRYWILLIAM ESTATE
Grantor EVANS FRANCES A
QCD $5.00L26(A-5)JEMLANDS, BDY 29-12-14
Grantee HILUARD ROBERT ALVIN
Grantor CLAY GLORIA ANN
Grantor DAY LORA CARRUBBA
Grantor HILLIARD JOHN JOSEPH
Grantor HILLIARD RAY DONALD
Grantor HILLIARD ROBERT ALVIN
QCD $5.00L4-5(3) SUWANNEE RIVER HGH
Grantee HILLIARD ROBERT ALVIN II
Grantor CLAY GLORIA ANN
Grantor DAY LORA CARRUBBA
Grantor HILUARD JOHN JOSEPH
Grantor HILLIARD RAY DONALD
GrantorHILLIARD ROBERT ALVIN
CD $10.OOBDY 2-14-15, PARCEL #02062-005-00
Grantee NEELYW STUARTJR
Grantee WRIGHT ROBERT
Grantor DREAM FARM INC
M 1$65,000.00L44 FOREST PARK III PHASE II,
W/MH
Grantee FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
GrantorJENKINS KENNETH
GrantorJENKINS DRU
M $232,50157L9-11(23) MCKENZIES ADDmTION
TOOLDCHIEFLAND
Grantee AMERIS BANK
Grantor POWELL LORI D
Grantor POWELLTIMOTHY E
WD $10.00L50(6) FANNIN SPRINGS ANNEX,
W/MH
Grantee RIZER MINNIE
Grantee RIZER DAVID .
Grantor RIZER STEPHANIE FAWN HORNSBY
QCD MORT$10.00L5(7) OCALA HGH WEST
Grantee NOEL CHERYL A
Grantee NOEL CHRISTOPHER F
Grantor SINGLES ELLA M
Grantor INGLES MARVIN E
WD $11,500,00L12(33) OAK RIDGE ESTATES &
BDYNW1/4NE1/44-12-17
Grantee PERRY H GREENSPAN INC
Grantor CtLIN9 JEFFREYL o. ,.
MMAi ;. :'F ,:':.:R 4 LI,,THEFARMS
ATWILu!ST .IWM(C.#2
Grantee BANKOF AMERICA NA
Grantor GOENAGA ISABEL
Grantor GOENAGA ALFREDO
M$96,485.00BDYNE1/4SW1/419-11-17,W/MH
Grantee MERS -
Grantee MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS INC -
Grantee PREMIER MORTGAGE FUNDING INC
Grantor DAVIS WILLIE CHARLES
Grantor DAVIS IRISVERONICA
M $22,000.00BDY N1/2 33-12-17, PARCEL
#03590-012
GranteeWACHOVIA BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION ,
Grantor PARMAN.MORMA GAIL
Grantor PARMAN RICHARD A
D $82,500.00L24(2)TISHOMINGO PLANTATION,
W/MH
Grantee BAKER SANDRA
Grantee BAKER JAMES
GrantorTURNERTRUST
GrantorTURNER RALPH TRUSTEE
M $82,000.00L24(2)TISHOMINGO PLANTATION,
W/MH
GranteeVANRIDER ESTER BAKER
Grantee VANRIDER JOHN
Grantor BAKER SANDRA
Grantor BAKER JAMES
WD $70,O00.OOBDY NE1/4 NW1/41-12-14,
PARCEL #00828-0000, ETC
Grantee KERSEY JEAN M
Grantor ANDERSON ANNA EVA
Grantor ANDERSON JASON MICHAEL
M $60,000.OOBDY NE1/4 NW1/41-12-14, ETC
Grantee PROVIDENT FUNDING GROUP INC
Grantee MERS
Grantee MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS INC
Grantee PFG LOANS INC
Grantor KERSEY JEAN M
M $90,000.00TRACT202 UNIVERSITY ESTATES
Grantee ABN AMRO MORTGAGE GROUP INC
Grantor MAYES SHARON R
Grantor MAYES EDDIE R
M (RE-RECORD)$122,900.00BDY 25-11-14, ETC,
SEE IMAGE
Grantee CAMPUS USA CREDITUNION
Grantor GRIFFETH LYDIA K
Grantor GRIFFETH JAMES M
M $60,00.00UNDVD 1/3 INTEREST BDY S1/2
SW1/4 35-12-14.
Grantee LIVINGSTON LOIS
Grantor BEAUCHAMP GREGORYV
M 1,$115,000.00L3 LONG PONDVIEWSD
Grantee SUNSTATE FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
Grantor DARTY PAMELA J
Grantor LOHDE JOHN LJR
WD $20,000.00L7, BDY L5(13) TOWN OF
CHIEFLAND
Grantee DORADO BAY DEVELOPMENT
COMPANY
Grantor HUNTER L R
Grantor HUNTER DAVIS CYNTHIA
Grantor DAVIS CYNTHIA HUNTER
QCD $10.00L6(H) CEDAR KEY SHORES #1
Grantee SIEW PHEKT SU TRUST
Grantee SU STANLEYYWTRUSTEE
Grantee SU SIEW PHEKTTRUSTEE
Grantor SU SlEW PHEK
GrantorSUSYW
Grantor SU STANLEYYW


WD $10.00L2-3 WEKIVA SD
Grantee LEVY COUNTY LANDTRUST
Grantee WHEELER BARBARA TRUSTEE
Grantor BEARD JANA
Grantor LENHARTGENE
WD $100,000.00BDY NW1/4 25-13-15, PARCEL
#01904-001-00
Grantee C B GRIFFIS REVOCABLETRUST
Grantee GRIFFIS C TRUSTEE
GrantorWILLIAMSCARL
GrantorYEARTYCHARLOTTEW
M $75,000OOBDY NW1/4 25-13-15
Grantee WILLAMS CARL
GranteeYEARTYCHARLOTTE W
Grantor C BGRIFFIS REVOCABLETRUST
Grantor GRIFFIS C TRUSTEE
QCD $10.00L3,8(55) WILUSTON HGH #12
Grantee HARVEY ETHEL R
Grantee HARVEY MORTON A
Grantor HARVEY JACQUELINE L
Grantor HARVEY MICHAEL J
QCD $10.00L3(3) WILLISTON HGH #11
Grantee GLOBAL INVESTMENT SERVICES
Grantor CURRY BEVERLY A


Grantor CURRY JAMES R


Grantor CURRY JAMES R
QCD $100.00L1-48(51), L1-8, L21-28(84) CEDAR
KEY HTS SEC B
Grantee WALZ KATHLEEN
Grantor MCNULTY SCOTT
CD $10.00L28 ROLUNG OAKS SD, BDY 29-14-
18,ETC
Grantee JADER ROMEO
Grantee UMUNGAN ANGEUNA
Grantor STROUP MARY ANN
WD $9,900.0031 (35) RAINBOW LAKES ESTATES
SECN
Grantee FED PROPERTY INVESTMENTS LLC
Grantor EMMER RYAN
WD $60,000.00BDYNE1/4NE1/49-13-19,
PARCEL #05147-00000, ETC
GranteeTHOMPSON JENNIFER
GranteeTHOMPSON BRIAN
Grantor KEARNS ARETHA
Grantor KEARNS VERNON
GrantorJONES VIVIAN K
Grantor MATHEWS IDELLA D
Grantor KEARNS HERBERT E
WD $27,500.00BDY L34(8) EASTWILUSTON,
PARCEL #06212-000-00
Grantee ROSSWELL DEVELOPMENT GROUP LLC
Grantor NORTON SHARON E
Grantor NORTON MICHAEL B
WD $60,000.00BDY 28-14-16, W/MH, PARCEL
#02688-000-0, ETC
Grantee SMITH AUNE
Grantee FARNBACH LEE
Grantor CLARK GEORGEV DECEASED
Grantor CLARK BRENDA E
M $41,95637BDY SE1/4 NE1/4 5-12-15,W/MH
Grantee 21 ST MORTGAGE CORPORATION
Grantor PREVATTJANICE R
Grantor PREVATTWILLIAM I
QCD $10.00BDY SW1/4 SE1/4 34-16-17, PARCEL
#03912-000-00
Grantee ABLEMAN KAHLA
Grantee ABLEMAN THOMAS C
Grantor ABLEMAN KAHLA
Grantor ABLEMAN THOMAS C
M $107,000.00BDY SW1/4 E1/4 34-16-17
Grantee SECURED CAPITAL FINANCE INC
Grantor ABLEMAN KAHLA
Grantor ABLEMAN THOMAS C
QCD $10.00L31(9)WILLISTON HGH G&CC
ESTATES
Grantee PETTAWAY EVETTE
GrantorSMITH BARBARA
M $80300.00L1(E) RIVER FOREST SD
Grantee BANK OF AMERICA NA
Grantor CECERE GINO P
M $123,970.00BDY 25-13-18, PARCEL #04481-
000-00, ETC
Grantee BANKOF AMERICA NA
Grantor STEGALL DARLENE BROOKS
Grantor STEGALL DAVID LAMAR
TAX D $1,400.00L1(6) SECOND ADDTO
BRONSON HTS SD
Grantee 7TH CAVALRY CORP
Grantor ULVANO RACHELV
Grantor CLERK OF COURT DANNY J SHIPP
GrantorTORRELLAS RACHELV
D $10.00L2 SILVER OAKS SD PHASE I
Grantee SMITH USA K
Grantor MIDDLETON RAY TRUSTEE
Grantor MIDDLETON TRUST
Grantor SMITH LISA TRUSTEE
M $26,425.60L2 BAHIA ACRES
Grantee DRUMMOND COMMUNITY BANK
Grantor DREAM BUILDERS DEVELOPMENT
CORP
M $135,000.00L23, BDY L24(A) MANATEE
FARMS EST#1
Grantee DRUMMOND COMMUNITY BANK
Grantor EASTMAN FRANCES E
Grantor EASTMAN RICHARDW
WD$ 10.00NO LEGAL DESCRIPTION, PARCEL
#02045-000-00 & 02046-001-00
Grantee QUERIO DEBRAA
Grantee QUERIO HAROLDT
Grantor AREY ANN PAULETTETRUSTEE
M $80,97134BDY NE1/4 SW1/4 5-14-15, ETC
Grantee DRUMMOND COMMUNITY BANK
Grantor QUERIO DEBRA A
Grantor QUERIO HAROLDT
M $2558126L5(U) FOX GROVE FARMS
GranteeWACHOVIA BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION,.
GrantorEDWORTHYJOHNA
SWD $120,000.00L1 GRIFFIS SD
Grantee HUGHES AMANDA KATETRUSTEE
Grantee 225 NE 3RD AVENUETRUST
Grantor MARSHBURN DEBRA A
Grantor MARSHBURN NORMAN B
M $118,146.00L1 GRIFFISSD
Grantee BANKOF AMERICA NA
Grantor 225 NE 3RD AVENUETRUST
Grantor HUGHES AMANDA KATETRUSTEE
WD $23,500.00L35 CASONS INGUS ACRES #4
Grantee PORTERAJEANINE
Grantee PORTERA PETER
Grantor LUQMAN IMAD A
Grantor LUQMAN MUHAMMAD G
WD $135,000.00L7 MANATEE FARMS ESTATE
#2, W/MH
Grantee STIEFFENHOFER RUSSELL
Grantor ARTHUR M BOWKER JR AND MELISSA L
BOWKER REVOCABLE
Grantor BOWKER MEUSSA L ESTATE
Grantor NELSON DAVID
Grantor NELSON DAVID E
Grantor NELSON DAVID TRUSTEE
Grantor NELSON DAVIDTRUSTEE
M $60,000.00L7 MANATEE FARMS ESTATE #2,
W/MH
Grantee ARTHUR M BOWKERJR AND MEUSSA L
BOWKER REVOCABLE
Grantee NELSON DAVID TRUSTEE
Grantor STIEFFENHOFER RUSSELL
CD $10.00L12(A) RIVERLAKE ESTATES & L13(A)
GRACELAND SHORES
Grantee MCCOLLUM BONNIE D
Grantee MCCOLLUM ALLEN
Grantor EUNICE KENNETH
M $85,000.00PARCEL 14 OLD CANNON
FARMSITES, BDY 33-16-17, W/MH
Grantee CAPITAL CITY BANK
Grantor COREYDIANE
Grantor COREY ROBERT,
M $50,000.00BDY SE1/4 SE1/4 28-16-16
GranteeWELLS FARGO BANK NA
GrantorSPEELERMARK
CD $10.000R 861/580, L8(A) LANGLEY ESTATES
Grantee SCHOOLER MICHAEL
Grantee WEINGARTNER PATRICIA
Grantor MCBRIDE SANDY
Grantor MCBRIDE SANDYTRUSTEE
WD $80,O00.00L8(A) LANGLEY ESTATES
Grantee LUTZGAIL
Grantee LUTZ DANNY
Grantor SCHOOLER MICHAEL
Grantor WEINGARTNER PATRICIA
M $159,133.83L8(A) LANGLEY ESTATES
GranteeVANDERBILTMORTGAGE AND FINANCE
Grantor LUTZ GAIL L
Grantor LUTZ DANNY R
WD $109,000.00L26(45) OAK RIDGE ESTATES
Grantee CANALE JERRY
Grantor NELSON KENT
M $24,000.00L26(45) OAK RIDGE ESTATES
Grantee NELSON KENT
Grantor CANALE JERRY
WD $10.00BDY SW1/4 NE1/4 36-13-18, PARCEL
#04516-000-00
Grantee KYTE SHERRY L
Grantee KYTEJEWELL K
Grantor KYTEJEWELL K
Grantor KYTE CHRISTINE U
Grantor KYTE GREGORY C DECEASED
Grantor KYTEVICKIE G
Grantor KYTE VICKI G
WD $10.00BDY SW1/4 NE1/4 36-13-18, PARCEL


#04516-000-00, ETC
Grantee KYTE VICKIEG
Grantee KYTE CHRISTINE U
Grantor KYTE CHRISTINE U
Grantor KYTE GREGORY C DECEASED
Grantor KYTE JEWELL K
Grantor KYTEVICKI G
Grantor KYTE VICKIEG
WD $10.00BDY SW1/4 NE1/4 36-13-18, PARCEL
#04516000-00
Grantee KYTE CAROLYN C
Grantee KYTE GREGORY C
Grantor KYTE CHRISTINE U
Grantor KYTE GREGORY C DECEASED
Grantor KYTE JEWELL K
Grantor KYTEVICKI
Grantor KYTE VICKIEG
AAA $50,000.OOOR 1038/371
Grantee PERKINS STATE BANK
Grantor SAPP SHELLY RUTH
Grantor SAPP SCOTT KENNETH
Grantor SAPP SCOTT K
Grantor SAPP SHELLY R







LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL LEVY COUNTY SPORTS


Spend



time this



September



preparing for a



disaster


The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) suggests
that now is the perfect time to Get Ready! for a disaster.
September is National Preparedness Month and NFPA is
urging the public to take time this month to prepare for a
disaster before one strikes.
Get Ready! Preparing Your Communityfor a Disaster is
a comprehensive disaster preparedness guide developed by'
NFPA to make the daunting task of preparing for the unknown
more manageable. The kit was recently sent to 30,000 fire
departments across the country as a resource for them to help
their community prepare. Materials are also available for
download at no charge from http://www.nfpa.org/disaster.
Most materials are also available in Spanish.
"Preparing yourself, your family, and your community
for the unexpected can be a frightening endeavor, but being
caught unprepared in the face of disaster can prove to be
deadly," said Judy Comoletti, assistant vice president of public
education for NFPA. "The Get Ready!.program is designed
to help people develop their emergency plan by putting much
needed informational materials at their fingertips."
Disastrous events in recent years have served as reminders
that there is no single preparedness tool more important than
a plan. Get Ready! Preparing Your Communityfor a Disaster
provides a foundation for understanding what to do, where
to go, and how to survive in a disaster. Informational sheets
provide guidance on what to do before, during, and after
an incident on the following topics: home fires, blackouts,
hurricanes, landslides, thunderstorms, tornadoes, earthquakes,
national security, volcanoes, extreme heat, nuclear incidents,
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Flashlights and extra batteries
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NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING


The City of Chiefland will soon consider a budget for fiscal year 2007/2008.

This notice is applicable to Levy County.


A public hearing-to make a DECISION or tIte budget AND
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TAXES will be
, .r W,- , A, .a


SEPTEMBER 25, 2007, 6:00 P.M.

AT

CHIEFLAND CITY HALL
214 East Park Avenue


BUDGET SUMMARY
CITY OF CHIEFLAND- FISCAL YEAR 2007-2008
*THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF THE CITY OF CHIEFLAND ARE 11.7% MORE THAN LAST
YEAR'S TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES.

Millage Per $1,000


General Fund


4.7536


SPECIAL
REVENUE
FUND


ESTIMATED REVENUES:
Taxes:
Ad Valorem Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Charges for Services
Intergovernmental Revenue
Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Franchise Fees
Grants
Interest Earned/Other


ENTERPRISE
FUND


Millage Per $1,000
4.7536


$1,319,500.00



$345,177.32
$48,001.00


TOTAL
BUDGET


$727,212.00
$632,409.00
$1,353,292.00
$389,209.00
$167,000.00
$50,000.00
$260,867.00
$345,177.32
$91,501.00


TOTAL SOURCES $1,712,678.32 $4,016,667.32

Transfers from Other Funds
Fund Balances/Reserves/Net Assets $9,000.00 $0.00 $132,000.00
TOTAL REVENUES, TRANSFERS & BALANCES $9,000.00 $1,712,678.32 $4,148,667.32

EXPENDITURES I EXPENSES
Legislative $104,645.00
Finance & Administration $302,069.00
Comp/Planning Board $33,220.00
General Government $169,245.00
Public Safety $9,000.00 $1,098,366.00
Building $88,626.00
Code Enforcement $39,713.00
Garbage & Solid Waste $343,700.00 $343,700.00
Physical Environment $861,650.00 $867,350.00
Transportation $216,697.00
Recreation $116,000.00
Economic Environment $30,501.00 $30,501.00
Grants $345,177.32 $345,177.32
Debt Service $131,650.00 $269,610.00
TOTAL EXPENDITURES / EXPENSES $ 9,000.00 $1,712,678.32 $4,024,919.32

Transfers to Other Funds
Fund Balances/Reserves/Net Assets $123,748.00
TOTAL APPROPRIATED EXPENDITURES
TRANSPERS, RESERVES & BALANCES $ 9,000.00 $1,712,678.32 $4,148,667.32

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


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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2007 Page 9







Page 10 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2007


LEVY COUNTY SPORTS


LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


BRONSON HOSTS JUNIOR VARSITY VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT


Bronson High School gym was the site for last weekend's
junior varsity volleyball tournament in which six teams, Trenton,
Williston, Bell, Lake Butler, Bronson and Seven Rivers,
competed for the championship. The Trenton Lady Tigers won
the championship and did not lose a single game in any of their
matches.
In the first round of the double elimination tournament, the
junior varsity Trenton Lady Tigers defeated the Williston Lady
Red Devils in two games, dropping the.Red Devils to the loser's
bracket. The Bell Bulldogs fell to Lake Butler's Lady Tigers, and
Bronson's Lady Eagles lost to Seven Rivers Lady Warriors.
In the loser's bracket, the Williston Lady Red Devils faced off
with the Lady Bell Bulldogs. The first game saw the Red Devils
pull ahead and win the game, 25-15.
The second game of the match was one of the more exciting
games of the tournament. The Lady Red Devils were down 22-14
before they fought back to tie the game at 23-23. The Bulldogs
had the serve and a 24-23 lead before the Red Devils finished off a
tremendous team effort to come back and win game two, 26-24, to
stay alive in the tournament.
As the winner's bracket match began, Trenton beat out Lake
Butler, 25-7, with little trouble, but Lake Butler started game two
with a 7-0 lead before losing the serve. The Trenton Lady Tigers
pulled off an exciting comeback to tie the game at 15-15 behind
some great floor play by Kenese Richardson and Casandra Cowart.
They then took game two, 25-19, to advance in the winner's
bracket, while Lake Butler would now face the Bronson Lady
Eagles.
The Lady Eagles dropped game one, 25-11, and were facing
elimination from their tournament. In game two and down 10-8,
Lady Eagle Luz Marrero served three aces en route to a 7-point
rally for the lead at 15-10 before losing the serve. The Lady Eagles
hung on for a 25-23 win in game two, sending the match to a third
tiebreaker game. The Lady Eagles won game three, 15-8, moving
them to the next match of 1-1 teams against the Lady Red Devils.
The Trenton Lady Tigers were in line to play the Seven Rivers
Lady Warriors. Trenton took this match in two games, 25-16 and
25-16, leaving them the only unbeaten team in the tournament at
3-0.
The Lady Red Devils and the Bronson Lady Eagles faced off
in a semi-final match that would send the winner against Seven
Rivers in the next scheduled match. The Lady Red Devils took


Journal photo by STEVE JARBOE
The Bronson junior varsity coach Mary Schuler is urging her
ladies on in tournament play during a called timeout.

game one, 25-15, on the shoulders of Devin Domenico who had
four ace serves, while Katie Beckham and Taylor Acree were
having some great returns. The Lady Red Devils continued to ride
the great serves by Domenico as she served the last 4 points for the
Lady Red Devils in game two for a 25-20 win.
The Lady Red Devils would now have to play their third match
of the day and second straight match against the Seven Rivers
Lady Warriors. With the undefeated Trenton Lady Tigers looking
on and resting, the Lady Red Devils took the match from the Lady
Warriors in two games, 25-21 and 25-19.
The Lady Red Devils had gone from losing their first match on
Friday night to the championship match on Saturday afternoon.
This would be their fourth straight match of the day. Now the Lady
Red Devils would be facing the tournament's undefeated Trenton
'Lady Tigers, who had been enjoying a two match rest while the
Lady Red Devils were busy playing for this spot in the tournament.
Not only would the Lady Red Devils have to beat the Lady Tigers
in this match, but they would have to play them a second match
making it their fifth match of the day and fourth in a row.


The Lady Red Devils were Journal photo by
moving about one step behind STEVE JARBOE
their normal pace, showing Kenese Richardson
that they had spent their hard returns the ball high over
play and energy to get to this the Lake Butler defender
championship match. jumping at the net during
The Trenton Lady Tigers last weekend's volleyball
took the match in two straight tournament.
games, 25-20 and 25-20, and
won the junior varsity tournament along with the championship
trophy.
All the teams that participated in the tournament should be
congratulated for a fine junior varsity tournament. m


Chiefland holds


off Fort White i


By STEVE JARBOE
SPORTS WRITER

The Chiefland Lady Indians hosted the Fort White Lady Indians
in a district volleyball match last Thursday evening. Chiefland took
the match in four games, playing.their best in the final game of the
match.
In game one, it was Chiefland Lady Indians Amye Grieves and
Lauren Sutton with an outstanding floor game that led their team to
victory, 25-16.
It was all Fort White's Charlette Demko in game two, as they
forced the game into overtime points before falling just short after
a great comeback spearheaded by Demko: Down l17-l 1; Demko-
was all over the court with some powerful kill shots that pulled the
game even at 21-21. Demko answered every point given up with
yet another powerful return to tie the game again at 24-24. The
Chiefland Lady Indians were able to take game two, 27-25, on a
great return by Lauren Sutton to seal the win.
Game three had the Fort White Lady Indians up 16-9 as
Chiefland called a timeout. Chiefland could not mount a comeback,
and Fort White took game three, 25-14, sending the match to a
fourth game.
Game four got started with Chiefland's Cassie Labat giving
the Lady Indians an 8-0 lead on some great serves. The Chiefland
Lady Indians pulled ahead by 10 points and continued good overall
play from the entire team as they took the game, 25-10, to win the
match in four games.

Chiefland JV falls short in close match
In earlier action, the fans were treated to a great match between
the junior varsity Fort White Lady Indians and the junior varsity
Chiefland Lady Indians.
Game one of this exciting match was tied on 16 occasions. After
tying at 11-11, neither team led by more than a single point right up
to a 24-24 tie game. The host team, Chiefland, pulled out the win,
26-24.
Fort White won game two with neither team pulling ahead by
more than 2 points. The game was tied at 20-20 before Fort White
Lady Indian Sarah Stringfellow put together five nice serves to seal
the win and send the match to a tie-breaker game.
For the junior varsity Chiefland" Lady Indians, Kaylee Eckers
and Krysten Johnson continued.the same excellent floor play from
the first two games. Game three wept right to the wire as the game
tied at 7-7, 11-11 and 14-14 before Fort White took the win, 16-
14.m


Journal photos by DAVID LEACH
The Chiefland Varsity Volleyball team played Fort White on
Thursday.


Junior Varsity volleyball team member Jessi Engel, #20,
hits the ball while Renashia Bowers, #23, and Madison
Rutkowski, #10, look on.


Yankeetown Middle


School falls to Bronson

By STEVE JARBOE
SPORTS WRITER

The Yankeetown
Middle School Lady
Sandgnats volleyball
team suffered their
first loss of the season
at Bronson Middle
School on Sept. 11.
It was clear from
the first game that the
Lady Eagles were too
much for the Lady .
Sandgnats to handle
Without trailing the
entire game, the Eagles
took the first game,
25-16.
As game two
got underway, Lady
Sandgnat Katie Journal photo by STEVE JARBOE
Purpura had several Yankeetown Middle School
nice serves, and her Lady Sandgnats are completely
team held the lead at concentrated at their game versus
4-2. Cierra Thompson Bronson on Sept. 11.
played an outstanding
game two for the Lady Sandgnats with several serves that dropped
in for aces. Game two was a much closer
"i game than the final score indicated.
The Sandgnat team stayed focused
during both games, while on the playing
floor and resting on the bench. Showing
support for their teammates on the
floor, the entire bench would erupt with
screams and loud clapping.
S Bronson Lady Eagle Jodeci Garcia
had several point-scoring ace serves to
help clinch the win in game two by the
same 25-16 score.u
Journal photo by STEVE JARBOE
Bronson Middle School Lady Eagle
Rebecca Rodgers serves the final
points to win the match over the
=---o Lady Sandgnats on Sept. 11.


Chiefland Lady Indians win at Williston Lady, Eagles win big over


By KATELYN GUINSLER
SPORTS WRITER

The Williston Lady Red Devils hosted the Chiefland Lady
Indians on Tuesday, Sept. 11, for their first meeting since the
Bronson Fall Classic won by the Lady Red Devils.
Two weeks later it was a different story as the Lady Indians
took the match in four games.
In game one, team play was even until the Lady Indians took a
15-14 lead and began to win the ongoing volleys to hold on for an
exciting 25-21 win.
As game two got started, the Lady Red Devils were out to
win and held a commanding lead, 19-14. Mallary Brochetti and
Heather Porter put the Lady Red Devils ahead with some very
impressive serves, while Crissy Rawls set up Kene' Mincey for the
kill shot of the game. The Lady Indians were just as determined to
win game two, and Brittany Arrington and Amye Grieves led the
charge for the Lady Indians as they came back to take game two,
25-23.
The Lady Red Devils were now trailing in the match 0 games
to 2. They came out in game three and were more energetic in their
play, and with some very good serves, Lauren Howard and Heather
Porter helped the Lady Red Devils to the win, 25-21, sending the
match to a fourth game.
The fourth game got under way with the entire Lady Indians
team pulling together and putting up some great shots over the net.
The Lady Indians won game four, 25-13, to end the match.
In earlier action, the Lady Indians junior varsity took their
match over the junior varsity Lady Red Devils in two straight
games.m


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Journal photo by
STEVE JARBOE
Lady Indian Lauren Sutton
slams home a kill shot in
game one of the Sept. 11
match between Chiefland
and Williston.


young Hawthorne Hornets

By STEVE JARBOE
SPORTS WRITER

It was all Lady Eagles at the Bronson gym on Tuesday,
Sept. 11, as they downed the Lady Hornets in three straight
volleyball games to take the match.
The Lady Eagles were on their A-game as they took
game one, 25-9. The Hawthorne Lady Hornets scored .:
just 2 of the 9 points on balls that were returned over the
net. The other 7 points were from net serves by the Lady
Eagles.
Game two got underway and saw Lady Eagle Jessica
Blankenship account for 12 points off serves, and Alexis
Burs had 7 points off serves as the Lady Eagles took -
game two, 25-8.
In game three, Lady Eagle Elizabeth Gay had several
smashing kill shots, and Brittany Smith made the score
17-4 before she lost her serve. After scoring the next point,
Angela Massa served the Lady Eagles to the win in game
three, 25-7.
Lady Hornet coach Joe Burnham is going through Journal photo by STEVE JARBOE
a rebuilding year with his Lady Hornet's program. His Bronson's Jessica Blankenship
varsity team has just one player in high school with the rest serves one of her 12 points in game
'in middle school. There was no junior varsity game played one against the Hawthorne Lady
,as the Lady Hornets only have a varsity team this season.u Hornets on Sept. 11.








LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


LEVY COUNTY SPORTS


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2007 Page 11


Female Student Athlete ofthe Week


BROOKEWILLIAMS


Journal photo by STEVE JARBOE
BROOKE WILLIAMS


By STEVE JARBOE
SPORTS WRITER

Brooke Williams is this week's female student athlete of the week. Brooke has
attended school at Chiefland from elementary school through high school and now has
a very busy schedule in her senior year.
She is enrolled in honors classes in English, physics, calculus and American
government and also has an Advanced Placement class in biology. Brooke maintains a
very impressive 3.96 grade-point average with this tough workload.
She is also a member of the Future Christian Athletes Club and the Future Business
Leaders of America Club.


Brooke chose Ms. Anderson as her favorite
teacher, saying that she made her biology class
fun and interesting for everyone.
When she is not in the classroom, Brooke
finds time to play Lady Indian basketball and
softball, where she has been on both varsity
teams for the last two seasons.
The Levy County Journal would like to
congratulate Brooke Williams for being chosen
as this week's female student athlete of the
week.m .


Male Student Athlete ofthe Week


TYLER CRANE

,, High School senior Tyler Crane is
', this week's male student athlete of
S '' :, 1 ', the week.
Sf .; Tyler has attended school at
S I Chiefland since sixth grade and has
certainly made a large contribution
Sto the school over the years.
S He is enrolled in college
Preparatory courses at Chiefland
High School, where he maintains
a 3.3 grade-point average and is
S) hoping to pursue a teaching career
Sin history after his graduation from
, s ': s high school. This could be the
reason Tyler chose Mr. Wilson as
t th his favorite teacher. Tyler said,."Mr.
Wilson makes his history classes
I ae fun with some very unique ways of
making the class interesting for all
the students."
Tyler is a member of the
Fellowship of Christian Athletes and
Student Government Club, where he
presides as parliamentarian. He is
also the senior class chaplain.
In Chiefland High School sports,
Tyler excels in a variety of areas. He
is a member of the varsity football
team, the varsity baseball team
Journal photo by STEVE JARBOE and the weight lifting team, and
TYLER CRANE he also throws the shot put for the
track and field team. Tyler is excited
about Chieffand's new football coach, Ajay Ulmer, and is looking forward to the return of
football excellence at Chiefland High School.
With the help from Bright Futures in obtaining a teaching degree, Tyler is looking
towards North Florida College in Jacksonville. He is also hoping there will be* a few
colleges that show interest in his football skills and would certainly like to play football
at the next level. A definite college choice is still up in the air for this outstanding young
man.
Tyler attends Hardee Baptist Church in Chiefland and is active in the youth programs
at the church. He has also helped to maintain the T-ball playing field over the summer at
Strickland Park
as part of his
voluntary work .-
program with
Bright Future's.
'The Levy
County Journal
would like to
congratulate
Tyler Crane for
being chosen as
this week's male
student athlete
-,of the week..


BUDGET SUMMARY
Southwest Florida Water Management District Fiscal Year 2007-2008

THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF THE SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
ARE 6.8% MORE THAN LAST YEAR'S TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES.
This budget reflects millage rates reduced to 97 percent of the rolled-back millage rates
in compliance with the state tax reform legislation enacted in June 2007.


I. REVENUES


CASH BALANCES BROUGHT FORWARD

AD VALOREM TAXES
Districtwide
Alafia River Basin
Coastal Rivers Basin
Hillsborough River Basin
Manasota Basin
Northwest Hillsborough Basin
Peace River Basin
Pinellas-Anclote River Basin
Withlacoochee River Basin


MILLAGE
PER $1,000


GENERAL
FUND


SPECIAL
REVENUE
FUNDS


$18,277,565 $26,325,351


0.3866
0.2163
0.1885
0.2547
0.1484
0.2421
0.1827
0.3701
0.2308


OTHER REVENUES
Licenses and Permits
Intergovernmental Revenue
Interest Earnings
Other
TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES AND BALANCES

INTERFUND TRANSFERS
SWIM Transfers
TOTAL INTERFUND TRANSFERS

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES, BALANCES, AND TRANSFERS

II. EXPENDITURES
WATER RESOURCES PLANNING & MONITORING
ACQUISITION, RESTORATION & PUBLIC WORKS
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE Of LANDS & WORKS
REGULATION
OUTREACH (PUBLIC EDUCATION)
INFORMATION RESOURCES
MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATION
RESERVES FOR CONTINGENCIES
RESERVES FOR STORMWATER MANAGEMENT
RESERVES FOR WATER SUPPLY & RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
OTHER (COMMISSIONS FOR TAX COLLECTIONS)
TOTAL APPROPRIATED EXPENDITURES AND RESERVES

INTERFUND TRANSFERS
SWIM Transfers
TOTAL INTERFUND TRANSFERS

TOTAL APPROPRIATED EXPENDITURES, RESERVES, AND TRANSFERS

ESTIMATED ENCUMBRANCES


THE TENTATIVE, ADOPTED, AND/OR
FINAL BUDGETS ARE ON FILE IN THE
OFFICE OF THE ABOVE-MENTIONED
TAXING AUTHORITY AS A PUBLIC RECORD.
LCJ-F-TRIM10B


147,116,265









3,000,000
15,989,563
9,000,000
1.478.978


5,500,853
5,044,346
12,542,076
13,849,455
6,635,464
9,276,980
30,759,058
5,402,761


34,490,705
10,600,000
258.750


CAPITAL
PROJECTS
FUNDS


TOTAL
BUDGET


$200,000 $44,802,916

1,400,000 148,516,265
5,500,853
5,044,346
12,542,076
13,849,455
6,635,464
9,276,980
30,759,058
5,402,761

3,000,000
32,875,500 83,355,768
19,600,000
1.737.728


$176,584,806 $134,360,448 $34,275,500 $345,220,754

$194,862,371 $160,685,799 $34,475,500 $390,023,670


$4,977,835 $4,977,835
$4,977,835 $4,977,835

$194,862,371 $165,663,634 $34,475,500 $395,001,505
*


$24,665,463
40,633,217
12,060,891
22,414,311
1,785,731
15,457,590
20,614,123
6,000,000

46,378,151
4,852,894


$19,548,573
102,111,727
16,664,755

4,208,055
70,423
207,846
5,750,000
5,923,393
3,270,644
2,930,383


$44,214,036
$34,100,500 176,845,444
375,000 29,100,646
22,414,311
5,993,786
15,528,013
20,821,969
11,750,000
5,923,393
49,648,795
7,783,277


$194,862,371 $160,685,799 $34,475,500 $390,023,670

$4,977,835 $4,977,835
$4,977,835 $4,977,835

$194,862,371 $165,663,634 $34,475,500 $395,001,505

$218,906,814 $389,242,823 $3,194,347



Southwest Florida
Water Management District

WATERMATTERS.ORG 1-800-423-1476


NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING

The Southwest Florida Water Management District has tentatively
adopted a budget for Fiscal Year 2007 2008. A public hearing to
make a FINAL DECISION on the budget AND TAXES will be held on


Tuesday, September 25, 2007 at 5:01 p.m.
at
Brooksville Service Office
2379 Broad Street
Brooksville, FL 34604-6899


The map below depicts the counties and basin board boundaries
within the Southwest Florida Water Management District.





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Water Management District


WATERMATTERS.ORG- 1-800-423-1476
LCJ-F-TRIM10A


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LEVY COUNTY SPORTS


LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


Indians win over Trojans, 13-12


By STEVE JARBOE
SPORTS WRITER

Starting with a ball of fire from a transformer that knocked the
power out during the national anthem, the Indians football team
delivered their knockout punch late in the fourth quarter to take a
13-12 win over Hamilton County on Friday night.
The Indians kicked off on a slightly darkened field and forced
a turnover in the second play of the game, recovering a Trojan
fumble at the 18-yard line.
From there, the Indians then drove to the 9-yard line where on
fourth-and-one they were called for an illegal procedure penalty,
backing them up and forcing a field goal attempt. The kick was
long enough but wide to the left.
The Trojans took over at their 20-yard line and were forced to
punt. Following a rolling punt, the Indians then took over on their
own 20-yard line and began a drive that was concluded with a
Daniel Galpin to Travis Donald touchdown pass that Donald brbke
several tackles inside the 15-yard line to score. Garrett Schmidt's
point after touchdown was good, and the Indians held a 7-0 lead as
the first quarter ended.
On the first play from scrimmage in the second quarter the
Indians fumbled the football, and the Trojans took control. They
drove the ball down the field as speedy running back Howard
Webb and fullback Justin McCoy accounted for most of the
yardage on the drive. It was Trojan quarter back Anthony Stevens
that busted through for the touchdown. The Indians got to the place
kicker and blocked the point-after attempt, and the Indians held to
a 7-6 lead as the first half ended.
In the third quarter, Trojan quarterback Stevens found Josh
Jones for an 18-yard pass to the end zone. Now leading 12-7, the
Trojans tried to go for 2 points, and the pass attempt went right
through the hands of the intended receiver in the end zone.
After several exchanges of the football, the Indians got the
football back with 6:05 remaining on the now working scoreboard
clock. They drove down to the Trojans' 4-yard line, and this time
it was Stephen Davis running in from the 4-yard line for the
touchdown. The Indians now held the lead 13-12.
The Indians went for the 2-point conversion, and the pass from
Galpin to Casey Brown fell just out of Brown's reach.
The Trojans moved the football to the Indians 29-yard line,
where on third down the Trojans fumbled the football killing their
drive, and the Indians took over the football with just under one
minute left on the clock. Trojan quarterback Galpin took a knee
on the next two snaps to preserve the Indian's first win under head
coach Ajay Ulmer.
The Indians travel to Taylor County next Friday. Game time
is 7:30 p.m.m


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Photo by DAVE EICHER
Garret Schmidt's extra point made all the difference as Chiefland came back for a 1 point win, defeating Hamilton 13 to 12


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Joey Harris (86) and crew force a fumble on Hamilton Quarterback Anthony Stevens


Photo by DAVE EICHERT


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Photo by DAVE EITHER
Quarterback Daniel Galpin had a good night throwing the
ball completing 6 of 9 passes for 113 yards and one TD



Photo by DAVE EITHER
Stephen Davis breaks
free for some big yardage
on Chiefland's winning
r .Touchdown drive.


Benoit, Zachery Tywuan
Chiefland B/M
DOB: 10-30-1985
FTA, Battery
$10,000 Bond


Newsome, Vince Michell
Chiefland B/M
DOB: 10-15-1984
Passed Forged/Altered Bill
$2,000 Bond


Rheaume, Felicia Nicole
Chiefland B/F
DOB: 04-14-1983
VOP, Worthless Check
No Bond


Tolomeo, Tyler Nicholas
Morriston W/M
DOB: 03-26-1988
VOP, Possession Marijuana
No Bond


Valentine, Jason Blain
Chiefland W/M
DOB: 02-14-1979
VOP, Prescription Forgery
No Bond


Watts, Linda Faye
Fanning Springs W/F
DOB: 04-28-1966
VOP, Purchase of Cocaine
No Bond


Anyone knowing the whereabouts or having any information about the above individuals is asked to please contact the Levy County Sheriff's Office at 352-486-5111 or, to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at 1-877-349-8477.


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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


LEVY COUNTY SPORTS


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2007 Page 13


Red Devils fall at Ocala Trinity


By KATELYN GUINSLER
SPORTS WRITER

The Williston Red Devils stayed right with the Trinity
Catholic Celtics, and Red Devil running back Travis Evans
put the Red Devils ahead twice in the first half. However
turnovers were the undoing of the Red Devils in the second
half of Friday's game.
The Celtics scored on their first possession and took a 7-
0 lead on a touchdown run by Derrick Dempsey. The Red
Devils came right back as quarterback Devin Timmons
ran in for a touchdown, and the Simma kick made it a 7-7
contest.
The Red Devils held, and when they got the football back,
it was Travis Evans who scooted through the Celtics defense
for a 13-yard touchdown. Again the kick was good, and the
Red Devils were enjoying a 14-7 lead.
The Celtics came back with about seven minutes
remaining in the first half, and it was again Dempsey scoring
his second touchdown of the game from the 9-yard line to tie


the game at 14-14.
Red Devil Evans took the ensuing kickoff and returned
it 88 yards for the go-ahead touchdown. Simma's kick
gave the Red Devils a 21-14 lead.
The Celtics drove the ball down the field completing
several nice passes before Kendrick Rhodes plowed over
from the 7-yard line for the touchdown, pulling the Celtics
even at 21-21. The Celtics scored another touchdown on a
pass play and now had a 28-21 lead.
With 43 seconds remaining in the half, the Red Devils
were driving when a pass that was bobbled and picked off
by the Celtics stopped their chance to tie the game at the
end of the first half.
In the second half, the Red Devil offense became their
own worst enemy as they stopped themselves on four
different scoring drives with fumbles that were recovered
by the Celtics.
On the Red Devils' first possession of the third quarter,
they lost a fumble at their own 40-yard line. The Celtics
were quick to take advantage of the turnover as they


drove down to the Red Devil 2-yard line where Terry
Murphy ran in for the touchdown, giving the Celtics a 35-
21 lead.
As the third quarter was ending, Red Devil running back
Evans scored his third touchdown of the night to pull the
Red Devils to within a touchdown at 35-28.
The Celtics answered back on their next possession as
Dempsey scampered 45 yards for a touchdown to give the
Celtics a 41-28 lead.
Feeling they were still in the game, the Red Devils
were driving with a little over one minute remaining in the
game. The Red Devils fumbled the football and gave up
their fifth turnover of the night, and fourth of the second
half. This fumble was picked up by Celtic David Leopard
and returned for a touchdown to dash any hopes of another
Red Devil comeback. The Celtics handed the young Red
Devils their first loss of the season, 48-28.
The Red Devils will play at home Friday, Sept. 21, as they
host the always tough Dixie County Bears. Game time is
7:30 p.m.m


JV Colts trample Red Devils


Journal photo by STEVE JARBOE
Junior varsity Red Devil freshman Wykime Canady, No. 77, prepares to put the stop on the
Colts running back in the first quarter of play.







Lake Butler downs




Williston Middle




School


By ANGEL FLOYD
SPORTS WRITER

In the opening game of the football season, the Williston Middle School Red Devil
football team.hosted the Lake Butler Bulldogs at Booster Stadium.
The Lake Butler Bulldogs scored on their first possession and again on their second
possession in the first quarter of the game. The Red Devils seemed to be a little unsure of
what was going on and found themselves down 16-0 as the first quarter came to an end.
As the second quarter got underway, the Red Devils seemed to be more in the ball game.
Detereon Ross hit Tamarick Thompson with a nice pass for a touchdown. The 2-point
conversion was good, and the Red Devils now trailed by 8 points.
The Lake Butler team
took $he ensuing kickoff and B
drove the ball right down the
field, and on a fourth-and- Levy County Board of
one the Bulldogs punched General Fund 7.4212
it in the end zone for their SPECIAL
GENERAL REVENUE
third touchdown of the first ESTIMATED REVENUES: FUND FUNDS
half. The 2-point conversion TAXES Millage Per $1000
failed, and the Bulldogs took Ad Valorem 7.4212 17,901,544 0
SPrior Year Ad Valorem 110,000 0
a 22-8 half time lead. Gas 0 0
Surtax 2,721,092 0
The Red Devils came out Communications 286,938 0
fired up to play in the third Tourist Development 0 174,000
quarter, and both teams held LICENSES, 265,000 0
each other out of the end INTERGOVERNMENTAL 2,692,745 3,015,720
each other out of the end CHARGES FOR SERVICES 749,000 4,118,285
zone the entire quarter. The FINES & FORFEITURES 55,000 87,700
MISCELLANEOUS 911,423 3,371,091
score remained the same 22- LESS: Statutory Reserve
8 going into the fourth and for Undercollected (1,284,637) (538,341)
final quarter. TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES 24,408,105 10,228,455
The Red Devil defense NON OPERATING REVENUES:
stiffened, and Red Devil Interfund Transfers 200,000 1,728,778
Detereon Ross slipped by CASH BALANCES FORWARD 5,000,000 6,309,853
the Lake Butler defense for a TOTAL REVENUES, TRANSFERS
15-yard touchdown run. The & BALANCES 29,608,105 18,267,086
2-point conversion attempt EXPENDITURES RESERVES
was no good, and the score
was now Lake Butler 22 and GENERAL GOVERNMENT 5,151,459 2,693,133
was now Lake Butler 2 and PUBLIC SAFETY 1,370,825 5,895,958
the Williston 14. PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT 520,802 390,097
TRANSPORTATION 3,634,084
The Red Devils forced ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT 287,094 2,569,026
the Bulldogs into several HUMAN SERVICES 1,705,770 125,163
e u ogs o several CULTURE/RECREATION 608,322 345,305
turnovers in the fourth COURT RELATED 111,250 2,219,450
quarter but were unable to TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES 9,755,522 17,872,216
put the football in the end NON-OPERATING EXPENDITURES
zone as time ran out. Interfund Transfers 18,950,988 200,000
The game ended with RESERVES 901,595 194,870
Lake Butler taking the win, TOTAL EXPENDITURES, TRANSFERS
22-14. & RESERVES 29,608,105 18,267,086
The Red Devils will
travel to Chiefland to take
THE TENTATIVE, ADOPTED AND/OR FINAL BUDGETS ARE ON FILE
on the Braves in their next IN THE OFFICE OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED TAXING AUTHORITY AS
A PUBLIC RECORD.
game..


By ANGEL FLOYD
SPORTS WRITER

On the Williston Red Devil home field, the North Marion Colts junior varsity football
found every inch of the field in a spectacular running game.
The Red Devils were playing great football as the game got underway, but fell behind the
visiting junior varsity Colts, 22-8, midway through the first quarter. Downing the kickoff at
their own 20-yard line, Red Devil Dontrelle Edwards scooted around left end for an 80-yard
scamper to the end zone to pull the Red Devils within 8 points with the 2-point conversion.
Red Devils defense then caused a fumble and drove to the Colts 25-yard line, where Red
Devil Dalton Edwards busted up the middle for a 25-yard touchdown, and with the 2-point
conversion, the game was tied at 22-22 to end the first quarter. *
The Red Devils comeback was short lived as the junior varsity Colts began to pick up
large chunks of yardage on each snap of the football, scoring two unanswered touchdowns
in the second quarter to pull ahead, 46-22.
The second half of the game belonged to the Colts as they scored in both the third and
fourth quarters of the game. The Colts played well on the defensive side of the football in
the second half, keeping the Red Devils out of the end zone during the last three quarters of
the game.
In Gillon, Whiter and Hargrove, the Colts had a stable of running backs who ran large
gains the entire football game.
The now 2-1 junior varsity Red Devils will get ready for their next game on Thursday,
Sept. 20, at Booster Stadium. Game time is 7 p.m.


NOTICE OF

BUDGET HEARING

The Levy County Board of County Commissioners has tentatively



adopted a budget for fiscal year 2007-2008. A public hearing


to make a FINAL DECISION on the budget AND TAXES will


be held on:


Monday, September 24, 2007
6:30 P.M.
at
Levy County Courthouse
Courtroom A
355 South Court Street
Bronson, Florida



BUDGET SUMMARY
County Commissioners Fiscal Year 2007-2008


ROAD AND BRIDGE
FUND

0
0
1,216,858
0
0
0
0
7,777,244
15,000
0
703,000
(485,605)
9,226,497


DEBT
SERVICE
FUND


0
1,494,118
0
0
0
(74,706)
1,419,412


CAPITAL
PROJECTS
FUND


0
0
0
0
15,150
(758)
14,392


ENTERPRISE
FUND

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
291,912
1,597,666
0
543,050
(121,631)
2,310,997


0 3,710,352


1,500,000

10,726,497



0
0
0
10,726,497
0
0
0
0
10,726,497


3,600,000

5,019,412



5,019,412
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5,019,412


2,365,000

6,089,744



6,089,744
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6,089,744


4,000,000

6,310,997



0
0
6,310,997
0
0
0
0
0
6,310,997


MSBU
FUNDS


0
0
0
0
220,547
(i ,031)
209,516

0
54,338

263,854



0
0
0
263,854
0
0
0
0
263,854


TOTAL
BUDGET

17,901,544
110,000
1,216,858
2,721,092
286,938
174,000
265,000
15,271,739
6,479,951
142,700
5,764,261
(2,516,709)
47,817,374

5,639,130
22,829,191

76,285,695



18,953,748
7,266,783
7,221,896
14,624,435
2,856,120
1,830,933
953,627
2,330,700
56,038,242


0 19,150,988


10,726,497


5,019,412


6,089,744


/La/44


6,310,997


263,854


1,096,465

76,285,695


DANNY J. SHIPP, CLERK OF THE
COURTS & CLERK TO THE BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS









Page 14 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2007


OUTDOOR NEWS


LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


FWC reclassifies gopher tortoises; postpones manatee vote


The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
(FWC) wrapped up an eventful three-day meeting Friday at
St. Petersburg.
During the Wednesday session, Commissioners
postponed, at least until December, approval of a new
species management plan and rule changes to reclassify
manatees from endangered to threatened. However,
Commissioners approved reclassification of gopher tortoises
from species of special concern to threatened.
The FWC also will review a draft management plan and
rule proposals to remove bald eagles from the imperiled
species list entirely. Final action on that issue may take
place during the FWC's December meeting at Key Largo.
Commissioners also approved four rule proposals
concerning permit requirements for activities involving
marine turtles.'
In addition, Commissioners heard staff reports about the
agency's deer management program, proposed rule changes to
wildlife and freshwater fisheries regulations for 2008-09 and
recommendations for the future of freshwater fishing in Florida.
On Thursday, Commissioners approved new rules to
let licensed trap-fishers designate people to recover and
possess their traps when the governor and FWC declare an
emergency following a storm. The rules also exempt local,
state or federal officials from having to get FWC approval
before removing traps, derelict traps and trap debris from
areas where trapping is prohibited and modify the definition
of a derelict trap under a requirement that blue crab traps
must be marked with FWC trap tags.
Commissioners also approved new rules that allow
recreational fishers to use fold-up blue crab traps up to 1
cubic foot in volume not necessarily pyramid-shaped and
deleted a provision limiting the base panel of fold-up traps to
1 square foot. The trap recovery and recreational trap rules
take effect in mid-October.
The Commission also proposed several rules for red
snapper harvested in Gulf of Mexico state waters to make
them consistent with pending permanent rules for red
snapper in federal waters and replace interim federal rules.


These measures would reduce the daily recreational bag
limit of Gulf red snapper from 4 fish to 2 fish per person,
establish a zero daily bag limit for captains and crew of Gulf
for-hire vessels,, and shorten the recreational fishing season
for Gulf red snapper to 107, 122 or 154 days depending on
the outcome of the pending federal rules.
In addition, these proposed rule changes would reduce the
minimum size of commercially harvested red snapper in the
Gulf and the minimum size of imported red snapper from
15 to 13 inches total length and reduce the daily commercial
bag and trip limit of Gulf red snapper from 4 fish to 2 fish
per day. Proposals also would allow only non-stainless steel
circle hooks to harvest any reef fish when natural baits are
used and require a venting tool and a de-hooking device to
be present onboard vessels harvesting any reef fish.
A final public hearing on these proposed rule changes
for Gulf red snapper will be held during the Commission's
February meeting in Panama City.
In other marine fisheries action, the Commission directed
staff to renew the existing memorandum of understanding


with the National Park Service regarding the management
of marine fisheries in Biscayne National Park and work with
park officials and stakeholders to modify certain provisions
of the agreement.
The Commission also considered various federal marine
fisheries management issues and received the final vision
document for the future of saltwater fishing in Florida.
Other matters on Thursday's agenda included boating
regulations on or adjacent to the Withlacoochee River in
Citrus, Hernando, Marion and Sumter counties during
flooding; requirements for possession and exhibition of
dangerous animals; and regulation changes that make FWC's
due process provisions more accessible to the public.
Friday's session focused on the FWC's financial and
legislative matters and issues to discuss with stakeholders for
the 2009 legislative session.
The complete agenda and background materials are
available at MyFWC.com/commission.
The next FWC meeting will take place Dec. 5-6 at Key
Largo.m


Road Closures in Tri-County Area this week


LEVY COUNTY:
State Road 24 Work is scheduled to begin on Monday,
September 24 to resurface between Cedar Key and
Rosewood. However, no lane closures are expected the first
week.
GILCHRIST COUNTY:
State Road 26 Daytime lane closures from U.S. 129 in
Trenton to the Alachua County line (and to the city of
Newberry) for placing the final layer of asphalt between
8:30 a.m. and 10 p.m. Motorists are reminded that if they are
entering the roadway from a side street or driveway that does
not have a flagger, to wait until traffic passes in the same
direction of travel before entering SR 26 to avoid head-on
traffic.


U.S. 129 A mandatory detour is in place for through traffic
between County Roads 236 and 340. All northbound and
southbound through traffic is detoured to either County Road
236 (NW 20th Street), if northbound, or County Road 340,
if southbound, to County Road 341 and then County Road
236 or County Road 340 and back to U.S. 129. The detour
is about six miles long. Only emergency vehicles, school
buses and local traffic are allowed to continue past County
Roads 236 and 340 on U.S. 129. The lane widths are reduced
to nine feet and the speed limit is reduced to 35 mph. The
detour allows crews to reconstruct the hills to lower them to
provide better sight distance. The detour should last about
two months.


Levy County Saltwater and Freshwater Tide

Levy County Saltwater and Freshwater Tides


HIGH TIDE HEIGHT SUNRISE
/LOW TIME /FEET SUNSET


Cedar Key
Thursday 20 Low
20 High
20 Low
20 High
Friday 21 Low
21 High
21 Low
Saturday 22 High
22 Low
22 High
22 Low
Sunday 23 High
23 Low
23 High
23 Low
Monday 24 High
24 Low
24 High
24 Low
Tuesday 25 High
25 Low
25 High
25 Low
Wednesday, 26 High
26 Low
26 High
26 Low


1:25 AM 2.3
7:22 AM 3.6
3:35 PM 0.8
1:08 PM 2.7
3:11 AM 2.3
9:01 AM 3.5
4:59 PM 0.6
2:04 AM 2.9
4:45 AM 2.1
0:31 AM 3.7
5:59 PM 0.3
2:40 AM 3.2
5:51 AM 1.7
1:40 AM 3.9
6:45 PM 0.2
1:09 AM 3.4
6:43 AM 1.2
12:37 PM 4.2
7:25 PM 0.1
1:35 AM 3.6
7:28 AM 0.7
1:29 PM 4.3
8:02 PM 0.2
2:01 AM 3.8
8:12 AM 0.3
2:18 PM 4.4
8:37 PM 0.5
:e
1:43 AM 2.2
7:28 AM 3.2
3:53 PM 0.8
11:14PM 2.4
3:29 AM 2.2
9:07 AM 3.1
5:17 PM 0.6
2:10 AM 2.6
5:03 AM 2
0:37 AM 3.3
6:17 PM 0.3 ,
2:46 AM 2.8
6:09 AM 1.6
11:46 AM 3.4
7:03 PM 0.2
1:15 AM 3
7:01 AM 1.1
12:43 PM 3.7
7:43 PM 0.1
1:41 AM 3.2
7:46 AM 0.7
1:35 PM 3.8
8:20 PM 0.2
2:07 AM 3.3
8:30 AM 0.3
2:24 PM 3.9
8:55 PM 0.5


7:19 AM Set
7:32 PM Rise


7:20 AM Set
7:30 PM Rise

7:20 AM Set
7:29 PM Rise


7:21 AM Set
7:28 PM Rise


7:22 AM Set
7:27 PM Rise


7:22 AM Set
7:25 PM Rise


7:23 AM Set
7:24 PM Rise



7:20 AM Set
7:32 PM Rise


7:20 AM Set
7:31 PM Rise

7:21 AM Set
7:30 PM Rise


7:21 AM Set
7:28 PM Rise


7:22 AM Set
7:27 PM Rise


7:23 AM Set
7:26 PM Rise


7:23 AM Set
7:25 PM Rise



7:18 AM Set
7:31 PM Rise


7:19 AM Set
7:29 PM Rise

7:19 AM Set
7:28 PM Rise


7:20 AM Set
7:27 PM Rise


7:20 AM Set
7:26 PM Rise


7:21 AM Set
7:24 PM Rise


7:22 AM Set
7:23 PM Rise


1



1

1

1

1



1
7






1c


Suwannee River Entranc


Thursday 20 Low
20 High
20 Low
20 High
Friday 21 Low
21 High
21 Low
Saturday 22 High
22 Low
22 High
22 Low
Sunday 23 High
23 Low
23 High
23 Low
Monday 24 High
24 Low
24 High
24 Low
Tuesday 25 High
25 Low
25 High
25 Low
Wednesday 26 High
26 Low
26 High
26 Low
Withlacoochee River
Thursday 20 Low
20 High
20 Low
20 High
Friday 21 Low
21 High
21 Low
Saturday 22 High
22 Low
22 High
22 Low
Sunday 23 High
23 Low
23 High
23 Low
Monday 24 High
24 Low
24 High
24 Low
Tuesday 25 High
25 Low
25 High
25 Low
Wednesday 26 High
26 Low
26 High
26 Low


1

1

1

1

I


Entrance
2:20 AM
7:29 AM
4:30 PM
11:15 PM
4:06 AM
9:08 AM
5:54 PM
12:11 AM
5:40 AM
10:38 AM
6:54 PM
12:47 AM
6:46 AM
11:47 AM
7:40 PM
1:16 AM
7:38 AM
12:44 PM
8:20 PM
1:42 AM
8:23 AM
1:36 PM
8:57 PM
2:08 AM
9:07 AM
2:25 PM
9:32 PM


MOON PERCENT MOON
TIME VISIBLE


12:39 AM
3:29 PM


1:37 AM
4:16 PM

2:40 AM
4:58 PM


3:45 AM
5:35 PM


4:50 AM
6:10 PM


5:56 AM
6:44 PM


7:03 AM
7:18 PM


12:39 AM
3:30 PM


1:37 AM
4:17 PM

2:40 AM
4:58 PM


3:45 AM
5:36 PM


4:50 AM
6:11 PM


5:56 AM
6:45 PM


7:03 AM
7:18 PM



12:38 AM
3:28 PM


1:37 AM
4:14 PM

2:39 AM
4:56 PM


3:44 AM
5:34 PM


4:49 AM
6:09 PM


5:55 AM
6:43 PM


7:02 AM
7:17 PM


NASCAR SCHEDULE


9/23
9/30
10/7
10/13
10/21
10/28
11/4
11/11
11/18


Dover 400
Kansas 400
UAW-Ford 500
Bank of America 500
Subway 500
Georgia 500
Dickies 500
Checker Auto Parts 500
Ford 400


Dover, DE
Kansas City, KS
Talladega, AL
Concord, NC
Martinsville, VA
Hampton, GA
Fort Worth, TX
Phoenix, AZ
Homestead, FL


2007 NASCAR Nextel Cup

Miscellaneous Statistics
(Complete through Sylvania 300 Sunday, September 16th]

Budweiser Pole Award Standings
Jeff Gordon 6
Ryan Newman 4
Clint Bowyer 2
Kasey Kahne 2
Dave Blaney 1
Kurt Busch 1
Dale Earnhardt Jr. 1
David Gilliland 1
Denny Hamlin 1
Jimmie Johnson 1
Jamie McMurray 1
Casey Mears 1
Reed Sorenson 1
J.J. Yeley 1
Manufacturers' Championsnip (Poinlsi.I'nsi
Chevrolet 220(20)
Ford 150(4)
Dodge 139(3)
Toyota 85 (0)
Owner Leaders (Car #)
Jeff Gordon (48) 5210
Rick Hendrick (24) 5210
Joe Gibbs (20) 5200
Richard Childress (07) 5195
Rick Hendrick (5) 5175
Teresa Earnhardt (1) 5170
John Henry (17) 5156
Georgetta Roush (99) 5147
J.D. Gibbs (11) 5128
Richard Childress (29) 5122
Raybeslos RooKie of the Year
Juan Montoya 219
David Ragan 206
Paul Menard 178
David Reutimann 157
A.J. Allmendinger 115
Last Event
RACE: Sylvania 300
SITE: New Hampshire International Speedway, Loudon, New Hampshire
LAPS: 300
MILES: 317.4
PURSE: $5,319,880
WINNER: Clint Bowyer
RUNNER-UP: Jeff Gordon
TIME OF RACE: 02 hours, 52 minutes, 23 seconds
AVERAGE SPEED: 110.475 m.p.h.
MARGIN OF VICTORY: 6.469 seconds
CAUTION FLAGS: 7 for 27 laps
LEAD CHANGES: 13 among 9 drivers
LAP LEADERS: Clint Bowyer (1-37), Ken Schrader (38), Bowyer (39-69),
Tony Stewart (70-108), Bowyer (109-140), Ryan Newman (141-142),
Casey Mears (143), Bowyer (144-165), Kyle Busch (166-186),
Bowyer (187-237), Martin Truex Jr. (238), Reed Sorenson (239-247),
Dale Earnhardt Jr. (248-251), Bowyer (252-300).
Next Event
DATE: September 23, 2007
RACE: Dodge Dealers 400
SITE: Dover International Speedway, Dover, Delaware
LAPS: 400
MILES: 400








LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


OUTDOOR NEWS


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2007 Page 15


FI IUMIIS' BULLETIN:

Make fshiftj more enjoyable for all of us


FWC, Miami-Dade Fire Rescue
Dept. sign antivenin pact


By Bob Wattendorf-Contributing staff writer
If you really want to know why fishing is fun, all you
have to do is take a child out and watch the glorious stream of
emotions that light up his face as he learns to bait a hook, cast
and finally hook-up and retrieve a fish. The pride of learning, the
reconnection with nature and our heritage, and the fulfillment of
knowing he can catch his own meal --just like the pioneers -- all
contribute to that sensational smile.
Those are the same reasons -- social scientists discover
time and again -- fishing remains such a popular recreational
activity. Herbert Hoover said, "Fishing is much more than fish. It
is the great occasion when we may return to the fine simplicity of
our forefathers."
Dozens of studies have consistently verified that
involvement with family members and friends, escaping the
daily routine, relaxation, being outdoors close to nature, and the
sport and challenge of fishing are the top five reasons for fishing.
Further, these motives remain at the top of the list regardless of the
group being studied.
What this means is that conservation agencies, guides,
facility planners, anglers and boaters all can play roles in making
fishing more fun and satisfying for everyone on the water. The
key is an abiding love for the resource and the conservation
stewardship ethic that helps keep those natural resources pristine.
The following checklist of ethical angling practices provides a
starting point that will make fishing more enjoyable for everyone'
and help ensure current and future generations can enjoy safe and
sustainable fishing opportunities.
An ethical angler:
0 Promotes, through example and mentoring, ethical
behavior in use of aquatic resources.
0 Values and respects the aquatic environment and all living
things. Treats other anglers, boaters and property owners
with courtesy and respect, including removing boat
trailers promptly from active launching areas, watching
his wake around other boaters and providing adequate
fishing space to anglers already on the fishing spot.
0 Avoids spilling and never dumps pollutants, such as
gasoline or oil. Appropriately disposes of trash, including
worn lines, leaders and hooks. Recycles whenever
possible and keeps fishing sites litter-free.


0 Purchases required fishing licenses and permits. [If you
are exempt, you still may purchase a license as a way to
contribute to conservation. See MyFWC.com/licenses.]
0 Learns and obeys angling and boating regulations (see
MyFWC.com for details, or pick up a copy of the "Florida
Fishing Regulations" where you buy your license) and
can identify fish so he can adhere to the rules.
0 Keeps no more fish than needed for consumption, and
never wastefully discards fish, while complying with the
law. Carefully handles and releases alive all fish that are
unwanted or prohibited by regulation. Uses tackle and
techniques that minimize harm to fish when catch-and-
release angling.
0 Takes precautionary measures to prevent spread of exotic
plants and animals and does not use diseased or nonnative
baits.
0 Participates in conservation efforts such as beach
cleanup, vegetation transplanting, tagging studies and
creel surveys.
0 Practices safe angling and boating by following the laws
and using common-sense practices to prevent injury to
himself, others or property.
0 Protects the environment from damage caused by careless
boat operation, including being aware of prop-scouring
of vegetation, wake damage to shorelines, power-loading
problems at ramps; anchoring on reefs and danger to and
from striking animals such as manatees or sturgeons.
0 Conserves energy and water in his daily life, knowing
how it affects local fish and wildlife.
Fishing Licenses
Fishing licenses generally are required by law if you
are between 16 and 65 years old. However, many anglers know
buying a license helps fund fish and wildlife conservation, and they
voluntarily buy one as a way of showing their stewardship ethic
even when they aren't required to have a license.
Instant licenses are available online at MyFWC.com/
License or by calling 1-888-FISH-FLORIDA (347-4356).m


FWC aircraft will transport antivenin, provided by the Miami-Dade
Fire Rescue Dept., to hospitals throughout the state for snakebite
victims.
(FWC photo by Tim Donovan)
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
(FWC) and the Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Department have teamed
up to save the lives of snakebite victims. Gov. Charlie Crist made
the announcement Friday.
"This partnership will save the lives of people who have been -
bitten by venomous creatures," stated Governor Crist. "It is an
excellent example of government pooling their resources to better
serve the people of Florida."
The two agencies signed a memorandum of agreement that will
make the FWC's 12 aircraft available for emergency transportation
of antivenin within Florida. Miami-Dade has the world's largest
inventory of antivenin and is the only fire department-based
antivenin bank in the United States.
The project, dubbed Venom 1, provides that the FWC will
provide its aircraft as one of several agencies taking part in the
program, subject to aircraft availability. The agreement does not
cover flights outside Florida.
"Rapid response saves lives when a venomous snake bites
somebody," FWC Chairman Rodney Barreto said. "Sometimes
there is very little time to treat the victim. The FWC has the
resources to help ensure Victims' survival, and this agency is
pleased to make them available."
According to "The Florida Handbook," published by the
Florida Department of State, roughly 300 venomous snakebites
occur annually in Florida. Fatalities are rare in the United States
and other countries where prompt medical attention is available.
Al Cruz of the Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Department said coral
snake antivenin will no longer be in production in the United
States as of December 2008.
"That means every hospital in Florida will depend on us for the
antivenin," he said.
Cruz said 75-80 percent of coral snake bites in the United
States occur in Florida.m


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AA MEETING--for information
call North Central Florida Inter-
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FLORIDA'S LONG-TERM CARE
OMBUDSMAN PROGRAM
needs volunteers to join its
corps of dedicated advocates
who protect the rights of elders
residing in nursing homes,
assisted living facilities and
adult family care homes. The
program is comprised of 17
local councils throughout the
state, and each council is
seeking additional volunteers
to identify, investigate and
resolve residents' concerns. All
interested individuals who care
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safety, welfare and rights. of
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semi-retired or retired. Call Jay
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FAMILY SUPPORT WORKER
- The Levy County Health
Department is seeking a Family
Support Worker, Position #
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Families Program making home
visits to clients. Must have a high
school diploma or its equivalent.
Experience in home visitation
preferred. Must be fingerprinted.
May be required to work extra
hours or days in the event of
an emergency. Rate of pay is
$702.27 bi-weekly. Applications
will be accepted online at www.
peoplefirst.myflorida.com State
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mailed to State of Florida, People
First, Staffing Administration,
PO Box 44058, Jacksonville FL
32231 or faxed to (904) 636-
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CHIEFLAND POLICE
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applications for one (1) fulltime
police officer. Applicant must pass
background check, physical, drug
screening, possess valid Florida
driver's license, and have current
Florida Police Standards. Position
open until filled. Applications may
be obtained at Chiefland Police
Department located at 14 East
Park Avenue. EEO. 9/20b


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LEGALS


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2007 Page 17


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No: 38-2007-CA-832

JULIUS FLAG
Plaintiff,
vs.

LA SHAWN BROWN F/K/A
LA SHAWN TURNBULL and
any known or unknown natural
person, the unknown spouse,
heirs, devisees, grantees,
assignees, lienors, creditors,
trustees or known or unknown
person who is known to be dead
or is not known to either dead
or alive and SUNDOWNER
PROPERTIES, INC.,AFLORIDA
CORPORATION,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: LASHAWN BROWN F/
K/A LASHAWN BROWN and
SUNDOWNER PROPERTIES,
INC., a Florida Corporation,
Defendants, and to all parties
claiming interest by, through,
under or against Defendants,
and all parties having or claiming
to have any right title or interest
in the property herein described.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
you have been designated as
defendant in a legal proceeding
filed against you for Suit to Quiet
Title and Reformation of Deed.
The action involves real property
.in Levy County, Florida, more full
described as follows:
Lot8, Block 15,TheReplat
of Williston Highland Unit
5, In Sections 5 and
6, Township 14 South,
Range 18 East

The action was instituted in the
Eighth Judicial Circuit Court, Levy
County, Florida, and its styled
JULIUS FLAG vs. LASHAWN
BROWN F/K/A LASHAWN
BROWN and SUNDOWNER
PROPERTIES, INC., A FLORIDA
CORPORATION, a Corporation.
You are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses,
if any, to the action on Janet
C. Neris, Neris & Associates,
P.A. Plaihtiff's attorney, whose
address is 6625 Miami Lakes
Prive Suite 214, Miami Lakes,Fl.,
33014, on or before Oct. 5, 2007,
and file the original with the clerk
of this court either before service
on Janet C. Neris, Neris &
Associates, P.A. or immediately
after service; otherwise, a default
will be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint
or petition.
The Court has authority in
this suit to enter a judgment or
decree in the Plaintiffs interest
which will be binding upon you.
DATED: August 21, 2007
DANNY J. SHIPP
Clerk of the Eighth Judicial
Circuit Court
Levy County, Florida


Pub:
2007


By: Gwen McElroy
Deputy Clerk
Sept. 13, 20, 27, Oct. 4,


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 38-2007-CA-000861

FREDDIE L. MATTHEWS,
Plaintiff,
vs.

The RESPECTIVE HEIRS,
ADMINISTRATORS AND
ASSIGNS OF DAVE
MATHEWS, a/k/a DAVE
MATTHEWS, a/k/a DAVID
MATTHEWS, DECEASED; AND
VERNELL DAVID MATTHEWS,
DECEASED; AND JOE
MATTHEWS, DECEASED;
AND ETOY MATHEWS HILL,
DECEASED; and WILLIE
HAMPTON MATTHEWS,
DECEASED,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Heirs, administrators and
assigns of
DAVE MATHEWS a/k/a DAVE
MATTHEWS
a/k/a DAVID MATTHEWS,
Deceased

Heirs, administrators and
assigns of
VERNELL DAVID MATTHEWS,
Deceased

Heirs, administrators and
assigns of
JOE MATTHEWS, Deceased
Heirs, administrators and


assigns of
ETOY MATHEWS HILL,
Deceased

Heirs, administrators and
assigns of
WILLIE HAMPTON
MATTHEWS, Deceased

AS WELLAS any and all other
parties claiming by, through,
.under, or against each of them,
and their respective heirs,
administrators and assigns,
as well as all parties having or
claiming to have any right, title
or interest in the property herein
described.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to quiet title to the following
property in Levy County, Florida,
to-wit:
West / of the Northwest
of the Southwest /4 of
Section 20, Township 13
South, Range 16 East,
Levy County, Florida.
Containing 20 acres,
more or less.
(Parcel No. 02536-000-
00)
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses
to it, if any, on CHARLOTTE J.
WEIDNER, Plaintiff's attorney,
whose address is Post Office
Box 1354, Bronson, Florida
32621, on or before October 19,
2007 and file the original with the
Clerk of this Court either before
service on Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise
a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
the Complaint or petition.
Dated this 4t day of Sept.
2007.
DANNY J. SHIPP
Clerk of Court

By: Gwen McElroy
Deputy Clerk
Pub: Sept. 13, 20, 27, Oct. 4,
2007


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

IN RE: FORFEITURE OF"
-1995 MERCURY COUGAR 2-
DOOR
WHITE IN COLOR
TAG #110-2JP
VIN #1MELM62W7SH643230
Case No: 38-2007-CA-000878

JOHNNY M. SMITH, JR.,
SHERIFF,
LEVY COUNTY SHERIFFS
OFFICE
Petitioner,

JAMES PENDLEBURY,
Respondent.

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: JAMES PENDLEBURY
P.O. BOX 91
CHIEFLAND, FLORIDA 32644

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Complaint for Forfeiture
has been filed by the Levy County
Sheriff's Office in Levy County,
Florida; and you are required
to serve a copy of your answer
or other pleading on Plaintiff's
Attorney Ronald W. Stevens,
Esquire, at Post Office Box 1444,
Bronson, Florida 332621, and file
the original answer or pleading
in the office of the Clerk of the
above named Court on or before
the 19t" day of October 2007.
IF YOU FAIL TO DO SO,
judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and official
seal, this 6th day of Sept., 2007.
DANNY J. SHIPP
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Levy County, Florida
P.O. Box 610
Bronson, FL 32621

By: Gwen McElroy
Deputy Clerk
Pub: Sept. 13, 20, 2007

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT


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

IN RE: FORFEITURE OF
$1,100.00 U.S. CURRENCY
Case No: 38-2007CA-000885
JOHNNY M. SMITH, JR.
SHERIFF,
LEVY COUNTY SHERIFFS
OFFICE
Petitioner,

RAULNEY MACON
Respondents.


NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: RAULNEY MACON
3101 NE 15TH ST.
APT L-98
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA 32609

YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that a Complaint for
Forfeiture has been filed by the
Levy County Sheriff's Office in
Levy County, Florida; and you
are required to serve a copy of
your answer or other pleading on
the Plaintiff's Attorney Ronald W.
Stevens, Esquire, at Post Office
Box 1444, Bronson, Florida
32621 and file the original
answer or pleading in the office
of the Clerk of the above named
Court on or before the 19th day of
October, 2007.
IF YOU FAIL TO DO SO,
judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint.
Witness my hand and official
seal, this 6th day of September,
2007.

DANNY J. SHIPP
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Levy County, Florida
P.O. Box 610,
Bronson, FL 32621
By: Gwen McElroy
Deputy Clerk
Pub: Sept. 13, 20, 2007


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 38-2007-CA-000890

PERKINS STATE BANK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ALLEN E. MILLER,
Defendant.

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: ALLEN E. MILLER
POST OFFICE BOX 1418
11190 NE 91ST COURT
BRONSON, FLORIDA 32621

YOU ARE NOTIFIED THAT
an action Complaint to Foreclose.
Mortgage on the following
property in Levy County, Florida:
Lot 3, 5-OAK ACRES
SECTION 2, an unrecorded
subdivision in Section 28,
Townsiip 11'l iSth, Range 17
iastisLydou-nty, Florida, more
particularly described as follows:

For a point of reference,
commence at the
Southwest corner of
Section 28, Township 11
South, Range 17 East;
thence run N. 00032'13"
E., along the West line
of said Section 28, a
distance of 770.04 feet
to the Point of Beginning;
thence continue N.
00032'13" E., 355.00
feet; thence N. 88020'59"
E., parallel with the South
line of Section 28, a
distance of 632.11 feet to
the Westerly right of way
line of a 60 foot street
(known asAcorn Avenue);
thence S 00029"08" W.,
along said right of way
line, 354.99 feet; thence
S. 88020'59" W., 632.43
feet to close on the Point
of Beginning.

has been filed against you, and
you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any,
to it on Norm D. Fugate, plaintiff's
attorney, whose address is Post
Office Box 98, Williston, Florida
32696 on or before October 19,
2007 and file the original with the
clerk of this court either before
service on plaintiff's attorney or
immediatelythereafter; otherwise
a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition.
DATED on September 7, 2007.
DANNY J. SHIPP
As Clerk of the Court

By: Gwen McElroy
As Deputy Clerk
Pub: Sept. 13, 20, 2007


Levy County Planning
Commission
Notice of Workshop
Notice is hereby given that
the Levy County Planning
Commission will hold a
workshop on September 25,
2007 at 6:30 p.m., or as soon
thereafter as may be heard, at
the Levy County Courthouse,
Board of County Commissioner
meeting room, 355 South Court
Street, Bronson, Florida. The
purpose of the workshop is to
discuss proposed EAR-based
amendments to the Goals,


Objective and Policies of the
Future Land Use Element and
Map Series of the Levy County
Comprehensive Plan.
Pub: Sept. 13 & 20, 2007


NOTICE OF PROPOSED
RESOLUTION ENACTMENT

Notice of proposed resolution
enactment on Tuesday, October
16,2007 at 7 p.m., in the City Hall
at 490 Second Street, Cedar Key,
Florida, the City Commission of
Cedar Key shall hold a PUBLIC
HEARING to consider Second
and Final reading of a resolution
entitled:

RESOLUTION 286
A RESOLUTION
OF THE CITY
COMMISSION OF
THE CITY OF CEDAR
KEY, FLORIDA;
AMENDING THE
FEES CHARGED FOR
MUNICIPAL REFUSE
COLLECTION; AND
.PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.

This resolution may be
inspected by the general public
during regular office hours at
the Clerk's Office at 490 Second
Street, Cedar Key, Florida.
If any person decides to
appeal the decision of the City
Commission with respect to
any matter considered at said
PUBLIC HEARING, he/she will
need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made
which includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal
is to be based.
If any accommodations
are needed for persons with
disabilities, please contact the
Office of the City Clerk at (352)
543 5132.
Pub.: September 20, 2007
----------

NOTICE OF PROPOSED
ORDINANCE ENACTMENT
Notice of proposed ordinance
enactment on Tuesday, October
16, 2007 at 7 p.m., in the City
Hall at 490 Second Street,
Cedar Key, Florida, the City
Commission of Cedar, Kpy
shall hold a PUBLIC HE RINti
to consider Second and Final
reading of an ordinance entitled:

ORDINANCE NO. 435
AN ORDINANCE OF
THE CITY OF CEDAR
KEY; FLORIDA
AMENDING ARTICLE
VII, CHAPTER 2,
PART 7.02.00, LAWS
OF CEDAR KEY;
UPDATING THE NAME
SOF THE FRANCHISE
HOLDER;ADDINGA2.7
PERCENT INCREASE
TO MONTHLY
SERVICE RATES
PAID TO HOLDER
OF SOLID WASTE
MANAGEMENT
FRANCHISE;
PROVIDING
DIRECTIONS TO
THE CODIFIER;
PROVIDING A
SEVERABILITY
CLAUSE; PROVIDING
A REPEALING
CLAUSE; AND
PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.

This ordinance may be
inspected by the general public
during regular office hours at
the Clerk's Office at 490 Second
Street, Cedar Key, Florida.
If any person decides to
appeal the decision of the City
Commission with respect to
any matter considered at said
PUBLIC HEARING, he/she will
need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made
Which includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal
is to be based.
If any accommodations
are needed for persons with
disabilities, please contact the
Office of the City Clerk at (352)
543 5132.
Pub.: Sept. 20, 2007


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
AIIAmerican Storage ofWilliston,
LLP, wishing to avail itself of the
provisions of applicable laws of
this state, Civil Code Sections
83.801 83.809, hereby gives
notice of sale under said law, to
wit:
On Saturday, October 6th,
2007 at Al American Storage of
Williston, LLP, 7570 NE 185th
Court, Williston, FL 32696,
352-529-0019, at 9:00AM of
that day, All American Storage
of Williston, LLP will conduct a
public sale of household goods,


business property, and or
personal property stored on our
premises in the following listed
storage units.
Tenants Name Unit Number
Amanda Williams 103
Owner reserves the right to bid
and refuse or reject any and all
bids. The sale is being made
to satisfy an owner's lien. The
public is invited to attend.
Pub.: Sept. 20, 27, 2007
----------

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No. 38-2006 CA 001014
HMTP, LLC,
Plaintiff,
v.
WALTER V. SCHAFFER;
OUR SECOND DREAM, INC.;
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT
OF BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL
REGULATION, DIVISION OF
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES
AND TOBACCO; MATTHEW
TEAL POMEROY; and
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF
REVENUE,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that pursuant to a Stipulated
Final Summary Judgment
of Foreclosure in the above-
captioned matter, I will sell the
following property situated in
Levy County, described as:

Alcoholic Beverage License
No. 48-00022; and

Real Property described as:

Lots 1 through 12 inclusive,
Block "G", TURNER
BROTHERSADDITION TO
CHIEFLAND, according t o
the plat thereof recorded
in Plat Book 2, Page 40A,
Public Records o f Levy
County, Florida, LESS that,
part of said Lot 1, lying
within the right of way of
State Road 55, described in
Minutes Circuit Court Book
O, Page 96 as follows:

Begin at the Southwest
corner of Lot 1 of said Block
"G"; thence Southeasterly,
'" al]rig the Southerly line df
Lot 1 of said Block "G", a
distance of 10 feet; thence
Northeasterly 18.02 feet to
the Westerly line of Lot 1
of said Block "G" at a point
15 feet Northeasterly of the
POINT OF BEGINNING;
thence Southwesterly
along the Westerly line of
Lot 1 of said Block "G", a
distance of 15 feet to the
POINT OF BEGINNING

at public sale, to the highest and
best bidder for cash, in the lobby
of the Levy County Courthouse,
355 South Court Street. Bronson,
Florida 32621 at 11:00 A.M. on
October 22, 2007.

DATED: September 17, 2007
DANNY J. SHIPP
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
By: Gwen McElroy
Deputy Clerk
Copies furnished to:
Levy County Journal (for
publication)
440 South Court' Street
P.O. Box 159
,Bronson, Florida 32621-0159

Harold F.X. Purnell, Esquire
Maggie M. Schultz, Esquire
Rutledge, Ecenia, Purnell &
Hoffman, P.A.
215 South Monroe Street, Suite
420
Tallahassee, Florida 32301

Sheree H. Lancaster, Esquire
109 East Wade Street
P.O. Box 1000
Trenton, Florida 32693

Christina B. Norman, Esquire
Office of General Counsel
Department of Business and
Professional Regulation
Division of Alcoholic Beverages
and Tobacco
1940 North Monroe Street


Tallahassee, Florida 32399

John Mika, Esquire
Assistant Attorney General
Office of the Attorney General
The Capitol, Revenue Litigation
Section
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-
1050
Pub: Sept. 20, 27, 2007


NOTICE OF JUDICIAL SALE
BY THE CLERK
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR LEVY


COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 38-2007 CA 000641
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION

JEANETTE CALLOWAY,
Plaintiff,
Vs.

MARTIN R. McGEE and DIANE
W. McGEE, et al.,
Defendants.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
pursuant to a Final Summary
Judgment of Foreclosure entered
in the above styled cause now
pending in said court, that I will
sell to the highest and bidder for
cash at the Lobby of the Levy
County Courthouse, 355 S.
Court Street, Bronson, Florida,
at 11:00 A.M., on October 15,
2007, the following described
property:
Tract 1 of the Corrective
PlatofFLORIAN HEIGHTS,
an unrecorded subdivision
Located in Section 25,
Township 12 South, Range
17 East, Levy County,
Florida,

Being more particularly
described as follows::
Beginning at the NE corner
of the West % of the SE 1/ if
said Section 25, a distance
of 470.62 feet; thence S 00
deg. 20 min. 07 sec. W, a
distance of 523.94 feet;
thence N 88 deg. 53 min. 12
sec. E, a distance of 470.62
feet to a point on the East
line of said West % of the
SE /4 of Section 25, thence
N 00 deg. 20 min. 07 sec.
E, along said East line,
a distance of 523.94 feet
to the point of beginning.
Property address: 12751
NE 54th Street, Williston,
Florida 32696.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS
FROM THE SALE, IF ANY,
OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY
OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF
THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE
A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS
AFTER THE SALE.

Dated: September 14, 2007
Danny J. Shipp, Clerk
By: Gwen McElroy
', ,,,' De uti.H1 lerk
"1n0eaxe "!ne i '"D H. l'e
Attorney: Ameli Padron-,
Fragetta, LLC,
7950 NW 155 Street, Suite 206
Miami Lakes, Florida 33016
Pub: Sept. 20, 27, 2007


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 38 2007 DR 000912

IN RE: The Marriage of
ELSIE JACOME,
Wife,
and
MARCO VINICIO JACOME,
Husband,

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: MARCO VINICIO JACOME
WHEREABOUTS UNKNOWN

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action for dissolution of marriage
has been filed against you, and
you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any, to
it, on the Wife's attorney, whose
name is EDITH R. RICHMAN,
and whose address is P.O. Box
10, Archer, Florida 32618, on or
before October 19, 2007, and
file the original with the clerk of
this court at P.O. Drawer 610,
Bronson, FL 32621, either before
service on the Wife's attorney or
immediatelythereafter; otherwise
a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
the petition.
Copies of all court documents
in this case, including orders,
are available at the Clerk of the
Circuit Court's office. You may
review these documents upon
request.
You must keep the Clerk of the
Circuit Court's office notified of
your current address. (You may
file Notice of Current Address,
Florida Supreme Court Approved


Family Law Form 12.915.)
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida
Family Law Rules of Procedure,
requires certain automatic
disclosure of documents
and information. Failure to
comply can result in sanctions,
including dismissal or striking of
pleadings.
DATED September 14, 2007.
DANNY J. SHIPP
As Clerk of the Court
Melissa Allen
As Deputy Clerk
COURT SEAL
Pub: Sept. 20, 27, Oct. 4, 11,
2007









Page 18 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2007


LEGALS


LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


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

CASE NO. 38-2007-CA-506
HENRY R. WIEGHAT,
Plaintiff,

vs.

JIMMIE ALLEN LANFAIR,
II and KELLLY LANFAIR,
husband and wife, JOHN DOE
JANE DOE OR ANY KNOWN
OR UNKNOWN TENANTS
IN POSSESSION, and all
unknown parties claiming, by
through under or against the
named Defendants, whether
living or not, and whether said'
unknown parties claim as heirs,
devisees, grantees, assignees,
lienors, creditors, trustees, or
in any other capacity claiming
by, through, under or against
the named Defendants, and
FOREST PARK III PROPERTY
OWNERS' ASSOCIATION,
INC., A Florida Corporation, it's
assigns,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: JIMMIE LANFAIR
5820 TANGERINE LANE
OKEECHOBEE, FL 34972

490 37TH AVENUE
VERO BEACH, FL 32968

3298 S.E. ARTHUR ST.
ARCADIA, FL 34266

KELLY LANFAIR
5820 TANGERINE LANE
OKEECHOBEE, FL 34972

490 37TH AVENUE
VERO BEACH, FL 32968

2645 ALBATROSS ROAD N.
APT. B
DELRAY BEACH, FL 33444


YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
Complaint to Foreclose as to the
following described lands in Levy
County, Florida:
Lot 76, Forest Park, Unit
3, Phase II, according
to the plat thereof
recorded in Plat Book
8, Pages 17 through
19, Public Records of
Levy County, Florida.
TAX PARCEL #16984-
000-00 '
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any,
on RONALD W. STEVENS,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose
address is Post Office Box 1444,
Bronson, FL 32621, on or before
October 26, 2007, and file the
original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default
will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the
Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on September
11,2007.
Clerk of Court
BY: Gwen McElroy
Pub: Sept. 20, 27, 2007

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
LEVY COUNTY
Case #: 38-2007-CA-000579
Division #:
UNC:
Residential Funding Company,
LLC,
Plaintiff,
-vs.-

Angela G. Rain and William H.
Rain, her husband; Unknown
Parties in Possession #1;
Unknown Parties In Possession
#2; If living, and all Unknown
Parties Claiming by, through,
under and against the above
Named Defendant(s) who, are


not known to be dead or alive;
whether said Unknown Parties
may claim an interest as Spouse,
Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, or
Other Claimants.
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order of Final
Judgment of Foreclosure dated
September 10, 2007, entered
in Civil Case No. 38-2007-CA-
000579 of the Circuit Court of
the 8th Judicial Circuit in and for
Levy County, Florida, wherein
Residential Funding company,
LLC, Plaintiff and Angela G. Rain
and William H. Rain, her husband
are defendantss, I will sell to
the highest and best bidder for
cash, AT THE LOBBY OF LEVY
COUNTY COURTHOUSE,
LOCATED AT 355 S. COURT
STREET, BRONSON, LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, AT 11:00
A.M. ON OCTOBER 10, 2007 the
following described property as
set forth in said Final Judgment,
to-wit:
LOT 1, SHADY LANE,
ACCORDING TO
THE PLAT THEREOF
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 5, PAGE 73,
PUBLIC RECORDS
OF LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA.

ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS
FROM THE SALE, IF ANY,
OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY
OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF
THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE
A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS
AFTER THE SALE.
IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH
A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS
ANY ACCOMMODATION IN
ORDER TO 'PARTICIPATE IN
THIS PROCEEDING, YOU
ARE ENTITLED, AT NO COST
TO YOU, TO THE PROVISION
OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE.


PLEASE CONTACT LEVY
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 355
S. COURT STREET, P.O. BOX
610, BRONSON, FL 32621
WITHIN 2 WORKING DAYS
OF YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS
NOTICE OF SALE: IF YOU ARE
HEARING IMPAIRED CALL:
1-800-955-8771; IF YOU ARE
VOICE IMPAIRED CALL: 1-800-
955-8770.
DATED at Bronson, Florida, this
10th day of Sept., 2007.

DANNY J. SHIPP
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
Levy County, Florida
Gwen McElroy

ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF:
SHAPIRO & FISHMAN, LLP
10004 N. Dale Mabry Highway
Suite 112
Tampa, FL 33618
07-77421 T
Pub: Sept. 20, 27, 2007


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 2007-CA-485
BANK OF NEW YORK,
AS TRUSTEE FOR THE
CERETIFICATEHOLDERS
CWALT, INC. ALTERNATIVE
LOAN TRUST 2006-15CB
MORTGAGE PASS-THROUGH
CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2006-
. 15CB
Plaintiff,
vs.

PAUL G. HOLLAND, JR.;
PAMELA J. HOLLAND A/KA
PAMELA G. HOLLAND;
UNKNOWN TENANT 1;
UNKNOWN TENANT II;
HOUSEHOLD FINANCE
CORPORATION, III, and any
unknown heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors, and other
unknown persons or unknown
spouses Claiming by, through


Fr '11-

and under any of the above-
named Defendants.
Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
PAMELA J. HOLLAND A/K/A
PAMELA G. HOLLAND
3245 HENRY J AVENUE
SAINT CLOUD, FL 34772
OR
14550 NE 20TH AVENUE
TRENTON, FL 32693

LAST KNOWN ADDRESS
STATED, CURRENTADDRESS
UNKNOWN

And any unknown heirs,
devisees, grantees, creditors
and, other unknown persons
or unknown spouses claiming
by, through and under the
above-named Defendant(s), if
deceased or whose last known
addresses are unknown.

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action to foreclose
Mortgage covering the following
real and personal property
described as follows, to-wit:
Commence at the
Southeast corner of
NE 1/4 of Section 7,
Township 11 South,
Range 16 East, for a
Point. of Beginning;
thence West along the
South line of SE A of
NE % of Section 7 a
distance of 1000.00
feet; thence North
parallel with the East
line of said Section
218.00 feet; thence
East, parallel with the
South line of said SE
4 of NE /4 1000.00
to a point on the East
Section line; thence
South along East
Section .line 218.00
feet to the Point of
Beginning. All lying


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and being in SE '4 of
NE 1/ of Section 7,
Township 11 South,
Range 16 East.
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any, to
it on Frank Albert Reder, Butler &
Hosch, P.A, 3185 South Conway
Road, Suite E, Orlando, Florida
32812 and file the original with
the Clerk of the above styled
Court on or before October 26,
2007, otherwise a Judgment
may be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the
Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and seal
of said Court on the 14t" day of
September 2007.
In accordance with theAmericans
With Disabilities Act, persons
with disabilities needing a special
accommodation to participate in
this proceeding should contact
CourtAdministration at 355 South
Court Street, Bronson, Florida,
Telephone (352) 486-5100, not
later than seven (7) days prior
to the proceeding. If hearing
impaired (TDD) 1/800/955-8771,
or Voice (V) 1/800/955-8770, via
Florida Relay Service.
Danny J. Shipp
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
By: Gwen McElroy
Deputy Clerk
(COURT SEAL)
Pub: Sept. 20, 27, 2007

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

CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 38-2006-CA-850
DIVISION
WELLS FARGO BANK, NA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CAROLYN DALY, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment
of Mortgage Foreclosure dated
September 12, 2007 and entered
in Case No. 38-2006-CA-850 of
the Circuit Court of the EIGHTH
Judicial Circuit in and for LEVY
County, Florida wherein WELLS
FARGO BANK; NA, is tle:
:Plaintiff and CAROLYN DAL'-
KENNETH DALY; STACEY L.
DEER; WARREN W DOWNS;
are the Defendants, I will sell to
the highest and best bidder for
cash at MAIN LOBBY OF THE
LEVY COUNTY COURTHOUSE
at 11:00AM, on the 10"t day of
October, 2007, the following
described property as set forth in
said Final Judgment:
LOTS 18 AND 19,
BLOCK 3, FANNING
SPRINGS ANNEX,
ACCORDING TO
THE PLAT THEREOF
AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE
31 OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA..

A/K/A 7296 170TH
STREET NW,
TRENTON, FL 32693

Any person claiming an interest
in the surplus from the sale, if any,
other than the property owner as
of the date of the Lis Pendens
must file a claim within sixty (60)
days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the
seal of this Court on September
12,2007.

Danny J. Shipp
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Gwen McElroy
Deputy Clerk

Echevarria, Codilis & Stawiarski
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
F06017901 NMNC-FHA-B
dnathan
DOC ID: M003400
Pub.: Sept. 20, 27, 2007

NOTICE
The Levy County Board of County
Commissioners is accepting
applications for two (2) alternate
member positions on the Levy


County Planning Commission.
Alternate members serve a four
(4) year term. When a regular
member is absent, alternate
members fill the vacant seat
for that meeting, with full voting
privileges.
Please contact the Levy County
Planning Department for an
application at (352) 486-5405, or
applications are available online
at Levycounty.org, under the
Planning Department.
Application Deadline: October
5, 2007
Pub: Sept 20, 27, 2007


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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


LEGALS/MARKETPLACE


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2007 Page 19


NOTICE OF SALE

The following vehicle will be
sold at public auction, per FI
Stat 713.585 at 10:00 AM on
October 8, 2007 at Lienor's
address to satisfy a lien against
said vehicle for labor, services
and storage charges. No titles,
as is, cash only.
1998 Westways Dump Truck
VIN 2WLLCDXF3WK949522
Cash sum to redeem vehicle:
$5536.94
Lienor: Ward's Truck &
Equipment Repair Inc
2730 NE 200th Ave,
Williston FL 32696


Phone: 352-528-2252
Notice to owner or lienholder
that he has a right to a hearing
any time prior to sale date
by filing with the clerk of the
court. Owner has the right to
recover vehicle by posting
bond in accordance with FI Stat
559.917. Net proceeds from sale
in excess of amount claimed by
lienor will be deposited with the
clerk ofthe court.
Interested parties, contact:
State Filing Service, Inc (772)
595-9555
Pub.: Sept. 20, 2007


LEVY COUNTY PLANNING
COMMISSION

NOTICE OF WORKSHOP
Notice is hereby given thatthe Levy
County Planning Commission
will hold a workshop on October
1, 2007 at 6:30 p.m., or as soon
thereafter as may be heard, at
the Levy County Courthouse,
Board of County Commissioner
meeting room, 355 South Court
Street, Bronson, Florida. The
purpose of the workshop is
to discuss proposed EAR-
based amendments to the
Goals, Objective and Policies
of the Transportation, Housing,


Coastal Management,
Economic, Recreation and Open
Space and Intergovernmental
Coordination Elements of the
Levy County Comprehensive
Plan along with the draft of
the proposed new Springs
Protection Element.
Pub: Sept. 20, 27, 2007
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INVITATION TO BID
The City of Cedar Key, Florida
is receiving sealed bids for:

1995 Chevrolet Caprice

The CAR will be sold AS IS


with no warranties.
It may be inspected at the
city maintenance yard behind
the City Hall, during regular
business hours. The bids must
be marked SEALED BIDS and
received no later than, Monday,
October 15, 2007 at 5 p.m. Mail
bids to City of Cedar Key, P.O.
Box 339, Cedar Key, Florida
32625 or bring it to the Clerk's
Office in the City Hall at 490
Second Street. THE CITY OF
CEDAR KEY RESERVES THE
RIGHT TO REJECT ANY AND
ALL BIDS.
Pub.: Sept. 20, 2007


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AROUND LEVY COUNTY


LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


Chiefland Woman's Club honors law enforcement


By SUSAN LEACH
CONTRIBUTING WRITER

On Tuesday, Sept. 11, the Chiefland Woman's Club
(CWC) hosted the yearly Law Enforcement Appreciation
Night at the Tommy Usher Center. The CWC recognized
both law enforcement and emergency services for the
outstanding job that they do for our community.
The catering of Bell's Restaurant enhanced the fellowship
among officers and their families. Dinner was set up and
served by the Chiefland HOSA and FBLA clubs, and
both did an excellent job. Woman's Club member Becky
Zimmerman and Ms. Smith's Chiefland High School
digital design class provided a PowerPoint presentation that
included both the past and present images of our officers at
work in our area.
The Law Enforcement Appreciation Night was dedicated
to and in memory of the Woman's Club president, Barbara
Lunsford, who recently passed. Lunsford was a member of
the CWC for over 19 years. She was first elected president
in 1995 and served as an officer for the club for many years.
Lunsford's heart was with law enforcement, and she worked
tirelessly to make things better for them.
Rebecca Lord, Lunsford's daughter, welcomed everyone
and spoke a few words about her mother, followed by
members from the Marine Corps League, who presented
the colors. After a brief word from Brother Steve Garnett,
dinner was served. It was wonderful to see officers and their
families enjoying each other's company and exchanging
personal stories.
Each year, each agency's commanding officer is asked to
nominate an outstanding officer that goes beyond the call of
duty to make Chiefland and the surrounding area a safe and
secure place to live. We are grateful to them for allowing the
CWC to show them how much the community appreciates
their hard work, long hours and dedication to us all.
Chief Robert Douglas presented the award to Officer
Matt Popell. Chiefland Fire and Rescue's John Ward brought
all of his team on stage as he presented David Florance


with the award. Marie Wells of Chiefland
Emergency Medical Services presented
Matthew Cody with the award. Of the
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission, Captain John Burton
presented the award to Officer Robert
Johnston. Trooper Scott G. Martin of the
Florida Highway Patrol received the award
presented by Lt. Riordon. Sgt. Carol Loy
with the Lancaster Correctional Institution
received the award, presented by Warden
Roberts.
Levy County Sheriff Johnny Smith was
present and awarded Deputy Burton Miller
as this year's outstanding officer. Captain
Mike Sheffield was also with us to present
the award to'Officer Michael Sayers with
the Levy County Correctional Institution.
Again, the
CWC would
like to thank
the following
businesses and
organizations
for their time /
and their -
generous
donations: Bell's
Restaurant, the
Levy County
Journal,
Ms. Smith's
Chiefland
High School
digital design
class, and the
Chiefland
HOSA and
FBLA clubs.


Journal photos by
DAVID LEACH

Above: Sgt. Carol Loy,
Officer Matt Poppell, David
Florance, Matthew Cody,
Officer Michael Sayers, Officer
Robert Johnston, Trooper Scott
G Martin and Deputy Burton
Miller received recognition for
Outstand Officers at the Law
Enforcement Appreciation
dinner on 9/11/07.

Left: Officer Matt Popell
receiving his award from Police
Chief Robert Douglas.


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