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Title: Levy County journal
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Language: English
Creator: Levy County journal
Publisher: R.B. Child
Place of Publication: Bronson, Fla
Publication Date: November 13, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
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COUNTY PAP ER


V .9v3 0 2S I :8 G w ey r o nc5 e


Inside

Amazing students
Levy County has some truly
amazing students. Three
are featured on the next two
pages: two students of the
month, and a young lady
who really likes to read.
There's also a fairly big
list of those who made the
honor roll. Take pride in our
youngsters, Pages 2A & 3A.

The
Commandments
Chiefland's new 10
Commandments monument
has been unveiled on the
lawn in front of City Hall.
Dozens attended a special
ceremony Sunday. Read all
about it, Page 4A.

Got peanuts?
There is a ranch in Williston
whose inhabitants include
a dozen elephants, trunks
included. That's right, 12
of the biggest, strongest,
lovable creatures around.
Page 7A.

Crack bandits
Levy County sheriffs
deputies nabbed two women
who robbed a gas station.
What did they use the money
to buy? Crack. What else.
Page 10A.
Commander in
chief
For the folks who are in the
military, the new president
is set to become the
commander in chief. But to
those of us in the media, he
presents an opportunity to
nitpick for four years. But
what happens when you
combine those two jobs?
Page 13A.

Basketball
previews
The county's high schools
are set to begin their 2008/09
basketball seasons in less
than a week. Find out who
is the team to beat, and who
just.might face a struggle in
the new year, Page 2B.

Soccer scores
Find out who scored and
who did not, Page 12B.


Feds indict


Levy County


commissioners


By Terry Witt
Staff Witt


Levy County Commissioners Sammy Yearty and Tony
Parker were indicted last week on charges of accepting cash
bribes and a New York City trip in exchange for offering
their approval of developments.
They are charged with bribery and conspiracy to commit
bribery.
The two board members were immediately suspended
from office by Gov. Charlie Crist pending the outcome
of the federal investigation. They have been released on
$50,000 bond. The maximum sentence on each charge
would be 10 years in federal prison.
S'.. Crist can appoint replacements for the two men, but the
S-county commission can legally function without them. The
board needs a quorum of three to make decisions.
The indictments accuse Yearty, who won re-election
in August, and Parker, who won re-election last week, of
offering their approval of developments in Levy County
Al. after receiving money or other inducements.
As part of the conspiracy, the government said Yearty
4and Parker agreed to influence or attempt to influence other
members of the Levy County Commission to approve
,construction projects or developments, and concealed the
money they received as part ofthe conspiracy.
The indictment does not say what developments were
involved or who allegedly bribed Yearty and Parker.
County Attorney Ann Baste Brown said the county is
interested in knowing what developments may have been
affected. The county can't address any problems. that may
. exist until it knows what developments are being cited by
the government.
Specifically, the indictment says Yearty accepted a $100
gift card on Oct. 24, 2007, and met at lunch on Nov. 14,
2007, to discuss favorable votes. At the meeting, he is
alleged to have received an all-expense-paid trip to New
York City, New York.
Hail to the Queen Steve Jarboe Yearty and Parker had dinner at the Hilton Hotel in
Brandy Winningham, left, Williston High School's homecoming queen Gainesville on Dec. 5, 2007, where they discussed the
for 2008, receives congratulations from Susie Smith, Williston's 2007 New York City trip and accepted $10,000, and the two men
homecoming queen, during festivities. Nov. 7. Both Williston High School traveled to New York. City on or about Dec. 6, 2007, the
and Bronson High School celebrated homecoming this week, and both indictmentstates.
earned hard-fought victories on the football field. For more, see Pages 8A-
9A, and lB. See Commissioners, Page 3A


School Board member avoids penalties for exposure


By Terry Witt
Staff Writer

Levy County School Board member Billy Morrison has agreed to an
offer from the state attorney that allows him to escape criminal prosecution
for exposing himself in a public bathroom.
Morrison, 47, of Bronson has accepted deferred prosecution, a program
for first-time misdemeanor offenders who commit non-violent crimes. It
allows them to avoid criminal penalties.
Morrison will be required to pay $50 for the cost of prosecution and
donate $100 to Project Payback or perform 10 hours of community service.
He must be evaluated by a mental health professional at his own expense


and follow through on any counseling that might be recommended.
Santa Fe College police said they observed Morrison committing a
lewd act in a bathroom stall on Oct. 11 in the J Building of the northwest
campus. A Santa Fe police officer observed Morrison committing the act
and arrested him.
Morrison has resigned as the manager of the Perkins State Bank branch
office in Bronson and as a member of the county elections canvassing
board, but he remains a Levy County School Board member.
Levy County School Board Attorney Sheree H. Lancaster said state law
gives the governor no authority to suspend, remove or discipline a school
board member for a misdemeanor offense. She said the school board itself
has no authority to sanction Morrison.


I10 Commissioners adopt anti-nudity law


Adult ordinances moving forward


8 9078 2 00200 0 8 By Terry Witt
Staff Writer


Chiefland city commissioners adopted
an ordinance Monday prohibiting nudity in
establishments that sell alcohol, part of their
three-pronged effort to regulate strip clubs and
other adult entertainment businesses that may
wish to operate in the city.
Commissioners had planned to adopt a second
ordinance similar to one adopted by the Levy
County Commission that would impose strict
licensing requirements on adult entertainment
businesses, but it was postponed when an attorney
for resident Sylvia McCullar suggested changes
to make it stronger.
The board will reconsider the licensing
ordinance after McCullar's attorney, David M.
Corry of Liberty Counsel, consults with Chiefland
City Attorney Norm Fugate on the recommended
changes to the ordinance. The ordinance will


come back for commission consideration in two
weeks.
A third ordinance intended to regulate adult
entertainment businesses will be reviewed
Thursday at the Chiefland Planning Commission
meeting at City Hall. The meeting begins at
6:30 p.m. The city is proposing to ban adult
entertainment businesses within 1,000 feet of
schools, churches or daycare centers and limit
them to either industrial or commercial zoning.
The city is prohibited by U.S. Supreme Court
rulings from totally banning sexually oriented
business or adult entertainment. The three
ordinances are an attempt to curtail where they
can locate and impose strict licensing regulations
as well as other limitations.
The ordinance that bans nudity in establishments
selling alcohol has been on the books for years,
but was amended to define what was meant by a

See Ordinance, Page 11 A


Their day
John Hardee, a World War II veteran,
attends a Veterans Day ceremony Tuesday
in Bronson. For more, see Page 16A.


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9th Grade
A Honor Roll
Deric Allen
Shelby Beauchamp
Karli Bowen
Taylore Fuller
Hailey Gerhard
Maria McGee
Kody Plemmons
Shelby Prevatt
Rheba Sheffield
Delilah Twombly
Catheryn Williams
A/B Honor Roll
Dylan Anderson
Aaron Beauchamp
Kidijah Bowers
Robert Buchanan
Anastasia Burnett
Dessie Clemons
Lewis Fields
Amanda Grieves
John Hardin
Katina Hicks
Tyler Johnson
Dalton Dranz
Shelby Mills
Meagan Morgan
Serena Nichols
David Novak
Molly Perryman
Natasha Rana
Bobbie Jo Ridgeway
Austin Ross
Curtis Teague
Katie Thisse
Shedria Ursery

10th Grade
A Honor Roll
Bo Beauchamp
Ryley Couch
Sarah Mitchell
Brent Slaughter
A/B Honor Roll
Clayton Allen
Cody Basham
Justin Baumann
Lindsey Blanchette
Holly Davis
Joshua Davis
Solmarie Dejardens
Justin Francisco
Jasmine Gonzalez
Kaylin Hastings
Katelyn Jenkins
Christine Kimbrell
Shayla Lantz
Josue Martinez
Mariah Mather
Jonathan Meeks
Sarah Megargel
Jasmine Mongo
Crystal Moore
Cason Nessmith
Monica Ondrick
Parrish Parnell
Taylor Ramsdell
Jacob Reidy
Vance Renaud
Brittany Smith
Lyndsie Stalvey
Jamantye Thompson
Mark Tolentino
Carrie Toler
Chelsea Twombly
Maegan Watkins
Olivia Watts

11th Grade
A Honor Roll
Trace Alexander


Cassandra Dixon
April Geiger
Sina Khaleel
Julienne Manalastas
Amanda Patterson
Jarobyn Rome
Amanda Rood
Casey Sims
Morgan Smith
A/B Honor Roll
Brianna Andrews
Emily Baker
Amie Biehl
Kali Bowen
Carlee Brettel
Taylor Carey
Matthew Cook
Jonathan Crawford
Erika Drummond
Kaylee Ecker
Lauren Etheridge
Richard Glidewell
Pamela Gonzales
Alyssa Guerry
Cheri Jack
Amber Lilly
Joshua McClellan
Madalyn McCray
Bryan McKechnie
Hayley Miller
Joshua Mimm
Frank Moore
Jarrod Parker
Truitt Renaud
Kira Robinson
Joseph Souza
Christen Trail

12th Grade
A Honor Roll
Kyle Bason
Chase Home
Jared Pitts
David Sinkhom
Cherrymar Tolentino
Rebekka Wilkerson
Elsom Wong
Rebecca Zboralski
A/B Honor Roll
Katelyn Allen
Kaley Andrews
Chaquille Bennett
Maegan Brock
Jesse Bryan
Jessie Caudill
Rebecca Corl
Dane Cothron
Corey Cruce
Nicole Ddvies
Ashley Davis
Kimber Griffan
Civility Haywood
Luis Herrera
Kaliopi Hicks
Donald Hilliard
Tyler Johnson
Taylor Jones
Donn Keels
Rachel Kidd
Eric Lovett
John Manalastas
Amanda McNally
Tevin Mills
Danielle Parrish
Justin Phillips
Thomas Preble
Tina Russell
Sam Shultz
Anthony Sinacloa
Tiffany Slaughter
Zachary Tyson


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to hear your concerns. gain, thank you for
vote of confidence and a big "Thank You"
those who worked hard on this campaign
and to my family and friends for their
unending love and support.
Thanks and S od Jless,

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The indictment also accuses Yearty of lying. One count
states that he knowingly made false statements claiming
he had never received money or anything of value from
an individual "representing himself to be Sean Michaels,"
when in fact he had received money from Michaels.
Yearty and Parker could not be reached for comment.

Dixie indictment
The same mystery man Sean Michaels is named in
a bribery and conspiracy indictment lodged against three
Dixie County officials in October, and he is also mentioned
in the indictment of two Cross City officials the same
month.
The wording of the indictment against Dixie County
Building and Zoning Director Willie Dewey Keen, Jr., and
former commissioners John.Lee Driggers and Alton James
Land reads much like the indictments against Yearty and
Parker, except the specific acts alleged are different.
Keen, Driggers and Land are accused of offering their
approval of developments in exchange for money or other
inducements, and as part ofthe conspiracy, of influencing or
attempting to influence other members of the Dixie County
Commission to approve developments in that county.
They are accused of attempting to contact other Dixie
County commissioners in an effort to convince them to be
influenced to approve developments, and of concealing the
money they received through the conspiracy.
Specifically, the indictment states that on Aug. 9, 2006
Willie Dewey Keen, Jr. solicited $1,200 in currency
'to influence Driggers and Land to influence other
. commissioners to rezone or approve the development of
: property in Dixie County.
The indictment also states that on Aug. 23, 2006, Land
accepted $2,000 and agreed to accept $5,000 total; that on
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accept $5,000 total; that Land accepted $2,000 on Aug.
30, 2006; that Driggers accepted an additional $2,000 on
Aug. 31, 2006; that Land accepted $1,000 on Sept. 14; that
Driggers accepted $1,000 on Oct. 26.
The indictment accuses Driggers, Land and Keen of
making false statements claiming they had not received
monies from Sean Michaels.

Cross City indictment
Indictments were also leveled against two Cross City
officials in October.
Town Councilman Marcellus Dawson and City
Superintendent Johnny Miller Green, also a member of the
water board, are charged with accepting money or other
inducements for approval of developments in Cross city.
They are also charged with conspiring to influence other
members of the Cross City town council or water board to
approve developments within Cross City.
Specifically, the indictment charges Dawson met on
April 3, 2007 to discuss future developments in Cross City;
that on Oct. 10, 2007, Dawson accepted $600 in currency;
that on Oct. 15, 2007, Dawson accepted a check for
$500; that on Nov. 12, 2007, Dawson discussed accepting
$1,000; that on Nov. 14, 2007, Dawson discussed dinner
arrangements and bridges to make sure everyone with a
vote was happy; that on Nov. 14, 2007, Dawson and Green
met at the Bonefish Grill in Gainesville where Dawson
accepted $500 and Green accepted $600; that on Nov. 11,
2007, Dawson discussed council votes and a commission
for recruiting other council members from Cross City; that
on Nov. 30, 2007, Dawson discussed council members
attending a dinner, receiving payments and accepting $500;
that on Dec. 4, 1007, Dawson discussed other council
members accepting payments.
Assistant U.S. Attorney Greg McMann declined
comment when contacted at Parker's arraignment Thursday
in Gainesville. He referred the Journal to a spokesman
for the U.S. Attorney's office in Tallahassee, Karen Rheu.
Rheu did not return phone calls.

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Local leaders dedicate the Ten Commandments monument


Attendees at the unveiling ceremony of the 10
Commandments monument pause to pray.

Story and photos by Terry Witt
Staff Writer

Community and church leaders thanked Chiefland City
Commissioners for allowing the Ten Commandments
monument to be erected on the lawn of City Hall, calling it
a blessing for the city.
"I am grateful to God for our city commissioners,"
said Pastor Travis Hudson, pastor of Hardeetown Baptist
Church. "These people took a stand and we believe it's to
the glory of God."
The 13,000-pound black granite monument is engraved
with the commandments and overlooks East Park Avenue.
The dedication ceremony took place near the veteran's
monument, Sunday.
Hudson was instrumental in bringing the Ten
Commandments monument to Chiefland. He was
approached by a group of people earlier this year who
suggested the idea. Hudson found anonymous donors
willing to fund the $19,200 monument.
The city commission approved a resolution earlier this
year granting approval for the monument to be placed on
the lawn of City Hall.
The resolution was read by City Manager Grady Hartzog.
Among other things, the resolution notes that a marble
relief portrait of Moses, bearer of the Ten Commandments,
is positioned prominently in the United States Capitol
over the gallery doors of the chamber of the House of
Representatives in honor of his work in establishing the
principles that underlie American law.
"Images of the Ten Commandments are prominently
displayed in many Federal buildings, including the United
States Supreme Court, the National Archives and the
Library of Congress," the resolution read.
Hudson quoted from an article by religion writer
Leslie Flynn entitled, "Whatever happened to the Ten
Commandments?"
"Only God himself could have reduced the whole ethical
obligation of man to so small a space," said Hudson, quoting
Flynn. "Practically all human behavior can be subsumed


Mayor Teal Pomeroy (left) and City Commissioner Sammy Cason unveil the monument.


under one of the Ten Rules. Man has made countless laws
and yet hasn't improved on the Ten Commandments."
Hudson continued, "The Ten Commandments are
important today because they give a clear guide for morality.
The reason that the Ten Commandments are of importance
today is that a peaceful, well-rounded personality is the
result of obeying them."
Police Chief Robert Douglas said the monument bearing
the Ten Commandments sends chills up his spine because
the nation's founders based the United States Constitution
on the commandments.
"This land, to me, is sick, and this here is the medicine
for it," he said.
Commissioner Teresa Barron said she was proud to be

If you see a Chiefland City Commissioner
out in the public, take a moment to pat him
or her on the back for taking the steps to
ensure the 10 Commandments monument
has a place on the lawn of the Chiefland
City Hall.


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To the Voters of Levy County,

With sincere appreciation, I extend my thanks to you for
your vote of confidence in me as the next Superintendent of
the School Board of Levy County.

With a conviction there is no greater professional calling and
no other place where one can make a greater impact in our
communities than by investing in the future of our children, I
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part of a community that cared enough about its heritage to
have this monument.
Pastor Richard Langford, of Chiefland Assembly of God,
said the monument will send a message to the community.
"I think it will be a message to the community that the
community still placed God first," he said.
Also attending were Mayor Teal Pomeroy, Pastor
George Kearns of Lighthouse Word Church, Chiefland
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VIOLET FRATILLA
Mrs. Violet Fratilla, age 90, passed away on Friday,
Oct 31, 2008, at Haven Hospice. She was born on May
16, 1918, in Cleveland, Ohio.
She lived in the Chiefland area for two years. She
moved here from Murphy, N.C., and was formerly from
the Gulf Hammock area.
She is survived by her husband, Imre Fratilla; sons
Kenneth Kevas, Gerald Kevas, Robert Kevas, and Imre
Fratilla Jr; and numerous grand and great grandchildren.
Arrangements were placed under the care of Knauff
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JERALD "BUCK" FRANKLIN
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Jerald "Buck" Franklin Mitchell, 61, passed away
on Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2008, at North Florida Regional
Medical Center.
Jerald was born on Mar. 9, 1947, in Lake Wales to
Johnnie and Lorrine Mitchell. Jerald moved from Lake
Wales to Trenton in 1973. He was a fifth-generation
Floridian and a Protestant.
Mr. Mitchell was the founding member of the Florida
Cracker Horse Association and also the founding member
of the Dudley Farm.
He is survived by his wife, Peggy Mitchell, of Trenton;
four sons, Jed (Dana) Mitchell of Archer, Will Mitchell,
Casey. (Cynthia) Mitchell, and Marcus (Aimee) Mitchell,
all of Trenton; two brothers, Dick Mitchell of Frost Proof
and Toby Mitchell of Brandon; a sister, Yvonne Wingate
of Brandon; five grandchildren: Sarah Mitchell, Briar
Mitchell, Grace Mitchell, Gabe Mitchell and Waylon
Mitchell.
Funeral services were held on Saturday, Nov. 8, 2008,
at Pine Grove Baptist Church with Pastor Andy Cook
conducting the service. Interment followed at Pine Grove
Cemetery.
Arrangements were placed under the care of Watson
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MARY FRANKIE PHELPS
Mary Frankie Phelps, 78, passed .away on Nov. 5 at her
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She was a member of Orsino Baptist Church.
Mary is survived by her husband of 41 years, Carl;
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A viewing was held on Saturday, Nov. 8, 2008, at Rock
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MRS. RETHA M. HOWEY
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Mrs. Howey, a homemaker and mother, was a member
of the Faith Baptist Church in Old Town. She enjoyed
reading her Bible and walking.
Mrs. Howey is survived by her daughter, Mary Howey
of California; brother, Bennie Wendel Jones of Crystal
River; sisters, Thelma Lord of Old Town and Carla
Velasko of Texas; and five grandchildren.
Graveside funeral services were held Friday, Nov. 7,
2008, at Summerville Cemetery at New Prospect Baptist
Church with Rev. Bobby Bryan officiating. A visitation
was held at the graveside one hour prior to the service.
Arrangements were placed under the care of Rick
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ELGIA JOSEPH BURKE, JR.
Elgia Joseph Burke, Jr. of Trenton passed away at his
home on Nov. 6, 2008.
Born in Van Wert, Ohio, he moved here from Big Pine
Key in the Florida Keys in 1982. He was a carpenter.
Mr. Burke is survived by his son, Joseph Ezekiel
'Zeke' Burke; sisters, Kay Duncan, Florence Caturia,
Peggy Watson all of Chiefland, and Dee Forsythe of
Dunnellon; brother, Donny E. Burke; girlfriend, Audrea
L. Smith; stepson, Cory D. Smith; and grandson, Derrick
R. Smith, all of Chiefland.
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Mrs. Hammock was a nurse's aide who enjoyed
singing and yodeling. She was a member of the Pleasant
Hill Baptist Church.
Mrs. Hammock is survived by her companion, Lemuel
Griffin; son, Samuel L. Peters of Mulberry; daughters,
Tammy L. Peters of Chiefland, Tracy L. Peters of Plant
City, Kelly L. Peters of Spring Hill, and Wendy L.
Enfinger of Trenton; sisters, Betty Hendrix of Opelika,
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Columbus, Ga., Myra Singletary of Pensacola, Patsy
Wells of Mulberry, and Nancy Humes of Bartow; 15
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Funeral services were held on Wednesday, Nov. 12,
2008 at the Rick Gooding Funeral Home Chapel with
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Voting results by precinct
President


Reg. Voters Total Votes John McCain (REP) Barack Obama (DEM) Gloria LaRiva Chuck Baldwin Gene Amondson Bob Barr (LBT) Thomas Robert James Harris Cynthia McKinney
(PSL) (CPF) (PRO) Steven (OBJ) (SWP) (GRE)

Jurisdiction Wide
IBronson 3160 2152 1274 59.20% 832 38.66% I 0.05% 4 0.19% ,0 0.00% 10 0.46% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 2 0.09%
2 Williston Highlands I 634 480 330 68.75% 145 30.21% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 2 0.42% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00%
3 Otter Creek I 141 105 56 53.33% 47 44.76% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 1 0.95% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00%
4CedarKey 1331 1009 589 58.37% 402 39.84% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 3 0.30% 1 0.10% 0 0.00% 0 0.00%
5 Willow Sink 3017 2213 1604 72.48% 562 25.40% 0 0.00% 2 0.09% 0 0.00% 9 0.41% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 1 0.05%
6 GulfHammock 163 133 114 85.71% 19 14.29% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00%
7 Williston 2596 1920 917 47.76% 981 51.09% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 4 0.21% I 0.05% 0 0.00% 2 0.10%
8 Morriston I 2532 1853 1278 68.97% 556 30.01% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 3 0.16% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00%
9 Inglis/Yankeetown 2498 1801 1140 63.30% 625 34.70% 0 0.00% 5 0.28% 0 0.00% 14 0.78% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% I 0.06%
10Judson 860 695 564 81.15% 120 17.27% 0 0.00% 1 0.14% 0 0.00% 4 0.58% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00%
11 Raleigh 1130 877 496 56.56% 365 41.62% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 4 0.46% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00%
12 Fanning Springs 12 Fanning S38 851 566 66.51% 267 31.37% 0 0.00% 2 0.24% 0 0.00% 3 0.35% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 1 0.12
13 Chiefland I 469 363 240 66.12% 119 32.78% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 1 0.28% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00%
14 Bronson 11 1381 927 558 60.19% 346 37.32% 0 0.00% 2 0.22% 0 0.00% 2 0.22% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00
15 Williston Highlands 11 2597 1892 1154 60.99% 705 37.26% 0 0.00% 3 0.16% 0 0.00% 5 0.26% 0 0.00% 1 0.05% 4 0.21%
16 Chiefland 1260 847 394 46.52% 442. 52.18% 2 0.24% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 4 0.47% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 1 0.12%
17 Otter Creek 11 6 5 I 20.00% 3 60.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00%
18 Fowlers Bluff 176 136 100 73.53% 32 23.53% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 3 2.21% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00%
19 GulfHammock l 212 180 158 87.78% 18 10.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 2 1.11% -0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00%
20 Fanning Sprinas 11 523 345 218 63.19% 123 35.65% 0 0.00% 1 0.29% 0 0.00% I 0.29% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00%
Total 25924 18784 11751 62.56% 6709 35.72% 3 0.02% 20 0.11% 0 0.00% 75 0.40% 2 0.01% 1 0.01% 12 0.06%
Alan Keyes (AlP) Ralph Nader (ECO) Brian Moore Charles Jay (BTP) Write-In Votes
President continued (SPF) Reg. Voters Cards Cast %
Turnout
Jurisdiction Wide
I Bronson 2 0.09% 14 0.65% 0 0.00% 3 0.14% 10 0.46%
2 Williston Highlands I 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 3 0.63%
3 Otter Creek I 0 0.00% 1 0.95% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00 Jurisdiction Wide
4 Cedar Key 0 0.00% 13 1.29% 0 0.00% 0 0.000% 1 0.10% I Bronson I
5 Willow Sink 1 0.05% 24 1.08% 1 0.05% 1 0.05% 8 0.36% Polling 2903 623 21.46%
6 Gulf Hammock 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00%0 0 0.00%
7 Williston 0 0.00% 8 0.42% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 7 0.36% Absentee 2903 254 8.75%
8 Morriston 0 0.00% 8 0.43% 0 0.00% 0 0.00%0 8 0.43% Early Voting 2903 215 7.41%
9 Inglis/Yankeetown 0 0.00% 10 0.56% 0 0.00% 0 0.00%/ 6 0.33% Other 2903 0 0.00
10 Judson 0 0.00% 5 0.72% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 1 0.14%0 t 29 0
11 Raleigh 0 0.00% 11 1.25% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 1 0.11% Total 2903 1092 37.62%
12 Fanning Springsl 0 0.00% 6 0.71% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 6 0.71% 2 Williston Highlands I
13ChieflandI 0 0.000% I 0.28% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 2 0.55% Polling 610 190 31.15%
14 Bronson l 0 0.00% 13 1.40% 1 0.11% 0 0.00% 5 0.54% ling 61 1
15 Williston Highlands 11 2 0.11% 14 0.74% 1 0.05% 0 0.00% 3 0.16% Absentee 610 40 6.56%
16ChieflandII 0 0.00% 2 0.24% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 2 0.24% Early Voting 610' 19 3.11%
17 Otter CreekII 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00 0 0.00% 1 20.00% Other 610 0 0.00%
18 Fowlers Bluff 0 0.00% 1 0.74% 0 0.00%0 0 0.00%0 0 0.00% O 1 .
19 ulf Hammock l 0 0.00% 2 1.11% 0 0.00%0 0 0.00% 0 0.00% Total 610 249 40.82%
20 Fanning Sprins 11 0 0.00% 2 0.58% 0 0.00% 0 0 0.00% 0 0.009*0 3 Otter Creek I
Total 5 0.03% 135 0.72% 3 0.02% 4 0.02% 64 0.34% Polling 133 46 34.59%
Amendment 2 Absentee 133 1 0.75%
Early Voting 133 2 1.50%
Other 133 0 0.00%
Reg. Voters Total Votes YES NO Total 133 49 36.84%
4 Cedar Key
Polling 1293 479 37.05%
Jurisdiction Wide Absentee 1293 113 8.74%
1 Bronson 3160 2085 1598 76.64% 487 23.36% Early Voting 1293 41 3.17%
2 Williston Highlands I 634 463 364 78.62% 99 21.38%' Other 1293 1 0.08%
3 Otter Creek I 141 99 67 67.68% 32 32.32% Total 1293 634 49.03%
4 Cedar Key 1331 982 633 64.46% 349 35.54% otal 12 4 4
5 Willow Sink 3017 2141 1671 78.05% 470 21.95% 5 Willow Sink
6 Gulf Hammock 163 124 110 88.71% 14 11.29% Polling 2819 861 30.54%
7Williston 2596 1785 1408 78.88% 377 21.12% Absentee 2819 281 9.97%
8 Morristonl 2532 1806 1401 77.57% 405 22.43% Early Voting 2819 66 2.34%/
9 Inglis/Yankeetown 2498 1744 1236 70.87% 508 29.13%
10 Judson 860 676 .579 85.65% 97 14.35% Other, 2819 0 0.00%
11 Raleigh 1130 841 655 77.88% 186 22.12% Total 2819 1208 42.85%
12 Fanning Springs I 1238 826 655 79.30% 171 20.70% 6 Gul9fHammock i
13 Chieflandl 469 346 282 81.50% 64 18.50%
14 Bronson1ll 1381 903 703 77.85% 200 22.15% Polling 151 45 29.800/
15 Williston Highlands II 2597 1832 1352 73.80% 480 26.20% Absentee 151 7 4.64%
16 Chiefland II 1260 794 616 77.58% 178 22.42% Early Voting 151 3 1.99%
17 Otter Creek II 6 5 3 60.00% 2 40.00% Other 151 0 0.00%
18 Fowlers Bluff. 176 133 107 80.45% 26 19.55%
19 GulfHammock 1 212 175 165 94.29% 10 5.71% Total 151 55 36.42%
20 Fanning Springs II 523 335 249 74,33% 86 25.67% 7 Williston
Total 25924 18095 13854 76.56% 4241 23.449% Polling 2351 712 30.28%

Property Appraiser Superintendent of Schools


Reg. Voters Total Votes Osborne "Oz" Barker Francis Akins (DEM) Reg. Voters Total Votes Robert Hastings (REP) Jeff Edison (DEM)
(REP)


Jurisdiction Wide
1 Bronson 3160 2112 782 37.03% 1330 62.97% 3160 2045 1091 53.35% 954 46.65%
2 Williston Highlands I 634 468 254 54.27% 214 45.73% 634 455 230 50.55% 225 49.45%
3 Otter Creek I 141 99 45 45.45% 54 54.55% 141 94 49 52.13% 45 47.87%
4Cedar Key 1331 986 697 70.69% 289 29.31% 1331 967 593 61.32% 374 38.68%
5 Willow Sink 3017 2193 1350 61.56% 843 38.44% 3017 2139 1249 58.39% 890 41.61%
6 Gulf Hammock 163 129 66 51.16% 63 48.84% 163 126 83 65.87% 43 34.13%
7 Williston 2596 1873 718 38.33% 1155 61.67% 2596 1816 723 39.81% 1093 60.19%
8Morristonl 2532 1788 1001 55.98% 787 44.02% 2532 1737 940 54.12% 797 45.88%
9 Inglis/Yankeetown 2498 1738 965 55.52% 773 44.48% 2498 1698 859 50.59% 839 49.41%
10 Judson 860 684 417 60.96% 267 39.04% 860 666 429 64.41% 237 35.590%
11 Raleigh 1130 842 376 44.66% 466 55.34% 1130 831 395 47.53% 436 52.47%
12 Fanning Springs I 1238 835 468 56.05% 367 43.95% 1238 817 483 59.12% 334 40.880/
13ChieflandI 469 355 230 64.79% 125 35.21% 469 348 199 57.18% 149 42.82%0
14Bronson ll 1381 915 395 43.17% 520 56.83% 1381 892 500 56.05% 392 43.95%
15 Williston Highlands II 2597 1849 984 53.22% 865 46.78% 2597 1793 932 51.98% 861 48.02%
16Chiefland II 1260 835 373 44.67% 462 55.33% 1260 817 443 54.22% 374 45.78%
17 Otter Creek II 6 .5 3 60.00% 2 40.00% 6 5 2 40.00% 3 60.00%0/
18 Fowlers Bluff 176 133 90 67.67% 43 32.33% 176 132 95 71.97% 37 28.03%
19GulfHammock II 212 177 114 64.41% 63 35.59% 212 172 92 53.49% 80 46.51%
20 Fanning Springs 11 523 330 201 60.91% 129 39.09% 523 320 179 55.94% 141 44.06%
Total 25924 18346 9529 51.94% 8817 48.06% 25924 17870 9566 53.53% 8304 46.47%

County Comm, Dist 1 County Comm, Dist 5


Reg. Voters Total Votes Abraham Blitch (REP) Tony Parker (DEM) Reg. Voters Total Votes Jerry Robinson (REP) Danny Stevens (DEM)



Jurisdiction Wide
1 Bronson 3160 2097 896 42.73% 1201 57.27% 3160 2049 807 39.39% 1242 60.61%
2 Williston Highlands I 634 455 227 49.89% 228 50.11% 634 456 205 44.96% 251 55.04%
3 Otter Creek I 141 97 45 46.39% 52 53.61% 141 94 28 29.79% 66 70.21%
4CedarKey 1331 968 514 53.10% 454 46.90% 1331 952 482 50.63% 470 49.37%
5 WillowSink 3017 2150 1136 52.84% 1014 47.16% 3017 2123 965 45.45% .1158 54.55%


6 Gulf Hammock 163 128 58 45.31% 70 54.69% 163 126 51 40.48% 75 59.52%
7 Williston 2596 1819 646 35.51% 1173 64.49% 2596 1844 544 29.50% 1300 70.50%
8MorristonI 2532 1744 1018 58.37% 726 41.63% 2532 1741 919 52.79% 822 47.21%
9 Inglis/Yankeetown 2498 1687 920 54.53% 767 45.47% 2498 1680 887 52.80% 793 47.20%
10 Judson 860 685 405 59.12% 280 40.88% 860 680 333 48.97% 347 51.03%
11 Raleigh 1130 829 360 43.43% 469 56.57% 1130 832 322 38.70% 510 61.30%
12 Fanning Springs I 1238 814 448 55.04% 366 44.96% 1238 812 363 44.70% 449 55.30%
13ChieflandI 469 351 193 54.99% 158 45.01% 469 341 143 41.94% 198 58.06%
14 Bronson II 1381 905 438 48.40% 467 51.60% 1381 888 382 43.02% 506 56.98%
15 Williston Highlands II 2597 1813 893 49.26% 920 50.74% 2597 1799 810 45.03% 989 54.97%
16 Chiefland II 1260 819 273 33.33% 546 66.67% 1260 804 229 28.48% 575 71.52%
17 Otter Creek II 6 5 1 20.00% 4 80.00% 6 5 1 20.00% 4 80.00%
18 Fowlers Bluff 176 131 82 62.60% 49 37.40% 176 132 76 57.58% 56 42.42%
19 Gulf Hammock II 212 175 97 55.43% 78 44.57% 212 174 95 54.60% 79 45.40%
20 Fanning Springs II 523 324 168 51.85% 156 48.15% 523 317 156 49.21% 161 50.79%
Tota 2594 1796 818 4.00%917 51.0%2924 7849779843.6% 1 0515.79%


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Trunk Space


Williston ranch makes room for elephant program "


Story and photos by Anna Suggs
Assistant Editor

L evy County is home to an abundance of natui-e and wildlife:
alligators, coyotes, eagles, livestock animals of all kinds. But who
would ever think that Levy County is home to an elephant ranch?
More than 150 elephants have called the Two Tails Ranch in
Williston home since 1984. Now 12 elephants reside on the 40-acre ranch.
The ranch was founded by Theodore H. Svertesky in '84, and a year later
Patricia Zerbini joined the team. Zerbini, now the owner and president
of the ranch, comes from nine generations of animal handlers. Her
father trained big cats and owned Zerbini Brothers Circus. Her mother
was an aerialist.
For the past 24 years Zerbini has taken her elephants on tour.
When they're at home in Williston, it is a constant struggle to care
for the massive animals.
Every day, each elephant will go through about four bales of
hay, 20 pounds of grains, 40 to 50 pounds of assorted fruits and
vegetables, and snacks of bamboo and elephant grass throughout, she
said. They also get a bath twice a day. In the winter, Zerbini said it's ',4
a never-ending battle to keep the heaters going and making sure the ',
elephants are warm, due to the fact that they are very susceptible to l
sickness. .*
All About Elephants *
About four years ago Zerbini got an idea to open up her ranch,
for the first time as an educational program for schools, retirement ''
communities and other groups to learn about and experience ,. .
Asian elephants. The non-profit program "All About Elephants,"
which Zerbini hopes to open within the next few weeks, will give , ,*'
interested, prearranged groups an opportunity to see elephant ,
demonstrations, a museum with artifacts and fossils on display, a '* *,
"dinosaur dig" for the kids, as well as the opportunity to see other *
animals like zebras, camels, giant tortoises and more. tA
Right now, the only thing they're waiting for is a portable trailer ? '.1
to house the museum. '
Luke
"Luke is the class clown, I guess," Zerbini says of the 24-year old,
11,500-pound male Asian elephant.
On first approach to Roxy, a female Asian elephant in her mid 40s
who shares an adjoining enclosure, Luke comes right to the edge of his
fence and watches curiously at the humans on the other side of Roxy's area. He waits,
swaying left and right to shift his massive body weight, for his turn at attention.
* He was born in Orlando at Circus World and Zerbini bought him for $5,000 in June,
1988 from Lowry Park Zoo in Tampa When he was 3 years old. His bother started
pushing him away from"the rest of the herd because he was male and getting too big,
she said.
Although Zerbini said it's impossible to choose a favorite among the elephants
because they are like her children, Luke is the one she has raised from a baby and
watched grow.
"Luke is almost like a human in an elephant suit," she said. "He amazes me. He does
weird things that elephants don't do."
Among those weird things that he does: make noises to get any kind of attention,
points to his mouth when he gets hungry and he follows "his" humans around.
Luke taps his trunk on the ground to emphasize her point, making the hollow thud a
tube might make.
"He's totally in love with Patty," said Zerbini's lifelong friend Carin Cristiani, who
also grew up in a circus family. Cristiani, who lives in Sarasota, comes up every week to
help out around the ranch.
Luke is also the first elephant to do elephant paintings for the Ringling Brothers
Circus back in 1994. His painting demonstrations will be open to special groups through
All About Elephants and the paintings will be sold to benefit "The Patty House," Zerbini
jokes.
Luke is trained by voice command, and among some of the things Zerbini has him do
in order to show off elephants' agility are sit, lay down, salute, kneel, and pick up a tree
trunk.
Zerbini said she has him pick up the trunk to educate how useful elephants are. They
have been used in the logging industry in Asia for hundreds of years. Elephants are a
much better alternative to machines because they don't destroy the environment and tear
up their natural habitat the way machines do. Unfortunately, they are being phased out
of the logging industry, she said.
Roxy
"Roxy is kind of like my grumpy old lady," Zerbini said. "She's not very social with


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the other elephants."
When approached, she has no interest in being admired and goes right back to
digging a hole with her trunk, unlike Luke who craves.the attention and is always front
and center when humans are near. -.
',RoxyIand Luke are the elephants that will continueaotour and do demonstrations for
Two Tails Ranch and All About Elephants.
Roxy was bought along with another elephant, Shell, by Zerbini's father in the early
'90s.
"Roxy is wise and has seen it all," Zerbini said. "Her favorite thing to do is elephant
rides. She's not a very fast elephant, so she doesn't like to work."
Zerbini hopes she can appease the middle-aged, 9,500-pound Roxy with elephant
rides at the Two Tails Ranch somewhere down the road when she can afford the
insurance for it.
Shell, Marie and Bunny
Bunny and Marie were together and best friends for 30 years, Zerbini said. They
were brought to her ranch from her father's circus.
Unlike most animals whose ability to learn plateaus, elephants continue to learn
throughout their lifespan, she said. And Zerbini continues to grow and learn new things
about elephants right along with them.
For example, she said one of the most recent lessons she learned came from the
separation of Bunny and Marie about a year and a half ago. They were separated
because Bunny retired and Marie continued to go on tour. Zerbini said she expected the
two to be depressed and lonely for years because they were so attached for so long.
After the initial loneliness, they both filled the void left by the other by attaching
themselves to someone else, she said. Bunny attached herself to Zerbini and started
following her around, and Marie is becoming good friends with Shell, who shares an
enclosure with her.
They continue to be friends when they're both home, and their enclosures are within
sight of each other, Zerbini said. When Marie comes home after being on tour,/they
greet each other and make noises.
Two Tails Ranch
What Zerbini enjoys the most about her work is the opportunity she has to be with
the elephants.
"I'd much rather, most of the time, be with them than most people," she said.
Her goal is to increase awareness of the endangerment the elephants face from
human encroachment, poachers, disease and starvation.
"There is no wild left," she said. "I've been to Africa; it's not the National
Geographic that you see. And this day and 'age it's not going to get any better, especially
for the animals."
She said the future of elephants relies on those in captivity, which live for up to 80
years compared to wild elephants that live for only about 40 years.
Some of the breakthroughs and successes Two Tails Ranch has experienced
throughout the years: the first semen collection from, male elephants, successful male
castration (necessary to decrease the males' natural path to aggression when reaching
adolescence). They also developed the upright bars as a form of fencing, which many
zoos around the country have now adopted. The upright bars allow people to move
freely in and out of the enclosure, but the gaps are too small and keep the elephants in.
The ranch has also learned the hard way about elephant leg breaks and how they should
be tended. And they are now researching elephant tuberculosis.
"What Patty won't tell you is that she is probably the most knowledgeable person
'about elephants in the world," Cristiani said.
Zerbini is so knowledgeable because she is with her elephants 365 days of the year.
"I can say I've never had a vacation," she said. "I've gone all over the world, but it
was for the elephants."
The lack of time to herself is one of the only drawbacks to operating Two Tails
Ranch, she said. That and the massive expense $750,000 per year, which includes the
corner portion of the ranch that she leases out to Ringling Brothers Circus to house five
elephants of their own.
To case the financial burden, Zerbini is in the process of having her ranch approved
for 501 (c)(3) status, which will give donators the opportunity to have their donations to
the non-profit ranch be tax deductible.
Zerbini hopes to have the educational program open soon and she plans for an open
house to be held in January.


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Homecoming King Courtney Days stands with 2007 Williston Homecoming King Carl Gilley during
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Williston cheerleaders ride a float during this year's homecoming parade.


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Rudolfo Contreras and Lacey Krzeminski are crowned homecoming king and queen for 2008.


Kaylee King smiles pleasantly as she prepares to compete in the green eggs and ham eating
competition.


r J: King, members of the homecoming court, travel down the


Blindfolded C.J. King tosses cornballs at fellow football player Jake Williams in one of the contests.
King was amazingly accurate.


wd. Bronson residents lined the sidewalk carrying bright orange


The Bronson Middle School homecoming court poses after selection of the prince and princess.
From the left are Devaughn Jenkins, Cambriette Scott, Dean Noles, Saynikia Sherman, Princess
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Sheriff's arrests


Deputies nab gas station crack bandits in Archer


Levy County sheriff's deputies arrested two women
last week who robbed a gas station between Bronson and
Williston and later used some of the money to buy crack
cocaine in Archer,
Linda Bondurant, 9170 N.E. 74th Place, Bronson, and
Latia Marie Miller, 10350 N.E. 124th St., Archer, were
charged with robbing the BP Station at 5250 N.E. 140th
Court, Williston, at 9:28 p.m. on Nov. 5.
An arrest report said Miller walked into the store and
pretended to be armed with a gun while demanding all
the money from the cash register. She took $528 from the
cashier.
While driving away, Miller handed her jacket to
Bondurant, who removed all the items that could identify
Miller. The jacket was thrown out the window of the
vehicle.
The women drove to Archer and purchased crack
cocaine and then drove to Laurel Hill Cemetery in Archer
where they smoked crack cocaine next to Bondurant's
husband's grave. The women had $17 left after purchasing
the cocaine. They hid the money under leaves behind the
metal cross at the head of the grave, the report said.
An unidentified man robbed the Kwik King store
located at 3250 S.E. U.S. 41 in Morriston on Nov. 6,
according to the Levy County Sheriff's Office. An


undetermined amount of cash was stolen.
The suspect entered the store at 8:53 p.m. armed
with a knife and demanded cash. After robbing the clerk,
the suspect ran on foot to a waiting truck parked at the
Morriston Post Office l5arking lot. The suspects were last
seen driving south on U.S. 41 in a dark-colored truck,
possibly a Chevrolet.
The white male suspect was described as 5 feet 4 inches
to 5 feet 8 inches tall, approximately 18 to 25 years old,
wearing a green T-shirt with a gray sweat shirt over his
head (and sunglasses). He had a light complexion, short
hair and blue jeans.
M A Morriston man has been arrested on charges of
burglarizing the Kwik King store at 32340 S.E. U.S. 41 in
Morriston at 3 a.m. on Oct. 24 and removing merchandise,
according to the Levy County Sheriff's Office.
Christopher Eckblad, 23, 21531 S..E. 66th St., along
with the second suspect, wore gloves and a mask over their
faces when they punched out the window in the door of the
convenience store. The unidentified man took a mid-sized
carton of cigarettes, and Eckblad removed five cartoons of
cigarettes, an arrest report said.
Eckblad was arrested on charges of burglary, grand
theft, accessory after the fact to grand theft and tampering
with physical evidence. The second man was not identified


in the report.
Bond was set at $11,000.
John Cleveland Hall II, 43, 5412 N.E. 140th Court,
Williston, at 3:18 p.m., Nov. 5, on charges of sale and
possession of cocaine within 1,000 feet of a school. Bond
$15,000.
Travis Van Mathis, 41, 10771 N.E. 105th Ave., Archer,
at 11 a.m., Nov. 5, on charges of sale and possession of
cocaine. Bond $7,500.
Benjamin F. Glover, 31, Jacksonville, at 11:14 a.m.,
Nov. 2, on charges of possession of a controlled substance
at the Levy County Jail and tampering with evidence.
Glover was found in possession of 39 green pills later
identified as hydrocodone. Bond $1,000.
Louise L. Mitchem, 45, 542 Hurst St., Brorison,
at 11:30 a.m., Nov. 5, on charges of possession of crack
cocaine within 1,000 feet of a school, and sale of crack
cocaine within 1,000 feet of a school, two counts each;
sale of powder cocaine within 1,000 feet of a school and
possession of powder cocaine within 1,000 feet of a school.
Bond $45,000.
Alvin Gerome Cannady, 49, 21460 N.E. 35th St., Apt.
C., Williston, at 12:45 p.m., Nov. 7, on a Levy County
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Chiefland man gets 44 months for committing lewd act on child


A 22-year-old Chiefland man has been sentenced to 44 months in state prison for
committing a lewd act on a child-under age 16.
Stephen T. Siddons, 6291 N.W. 105th Court, entered a bathroom where the child was
bathing and committed the act in the bathtub.
The prison sentence is to be followed by six years of probation/community control.
Siddons was given 84 days credit for time served.
The sentence was imposed by Circuit Judge Stan Morris.
Morris sentenced an Otter Creek man to two years in state prison in connection with
an animal cruelty case.
Brandon Nigel Strong, 26,251 S.E. 4tb Lane, Otter Creek, was given credit for 163 days
served after pleading no contest to four counts of causing the cruel death of animals.
Court records said Strong abandoned dogs at his home in Otter Creek. Sheriff's deputies
found an emaciated Walker hound tied to a tree with no food. The dog had water.
At the rear of the home, deputies found the remains of a dog 90 percent decayed. It
had no head, but the remains of the animal were lying on top of a chain anchored in the
gr&td'd6.Pties'al1U found the reaihag6f '"pit bull'dog that had recently'died. 'It was
ch~fi &to16a free an''lying undra~"iliAtic 6cver. A third dog'75 percent dec'6fi'6sed was
found at the site. The animal had escaped from a home-built pen, court records said.
Robert Allen Bender II, 26, 5751 N.W. County Road 336, Chiefland, has been
sentenced by Morris to four years in state prison, with credit for 156 days served, after
pleading no contest to aggravated battery using a deadly weapon and aggravated assault
with a deadly weapon, without intent to kill.
Levy County Circuit Court records said Bender had been in an argument with the
victim. Bender was in his Bronco and the victim was standing beside the vehicle. When
the victim began running away, Bender ran over him twice with the Bronco, court records
said.
Cantine Glover, 23, 4190 N.W. 157th St. Trenton, has been sentenced by Morris to
four years in state prison, with credit for 119 days served, for repeatedly striking a woman
in the face with a stick during a domestic argument. The woman sustained great bodily
harm.
Glover pleaded no contest to aggravated battery using a deadly weapon. Court records
said Glover had been arguing with the victim about their child. He took the stick away
from her and began beating her with it.


Eddie Daniel Graham, 25, 244 E. 10th St., Williston, has been sentenced by Morris
to 42 months in state prison, with 122 days credit for time served, after pleading no
contest to possession and sale of cocaine. There were multiple incidents where Graham
sold crack cocaine to confidential sources working for the Levy County Drug Task Force,
court records said.
Darla Kay Gay, 41, Bell, has been sentenced by Morris to two years in state prison,
followed by eight years probation, for stealing scratch off lottery tickets from a Hudson
Food Store in Chiefland where she was manager, and cashing the tickets to get the money.
She was given 121 days credit for time served. She pleaded no contest to larceny over
$20,000 but under $100,000. Court records said she stole in excess of $50,000 in winnings
from scratch off tickets. She would accept Lottery tickets from the Lottery office, activate
them and take them home, scratch the tickets and cash them in Gainesville.
Leonard Anthony Graham, 39, Williston, has been sentenced by Morris to three
years in state prison, with credit for 24 days served, in connection with a high speed
chase on Sept. 29, 2008 that ended when he abandoned his car and fled into a field near
Williston ...
He pleaded no contest to driving with a suspended license, fleeing or attempting- to
elude, resisting arrest without violence and possession of cocaine, court records said.
Morris imposed sentence.
Tristan Vaughn Stokes, 25, Chiefland, has been sentenced by Morris to 40 months
in state prison for burglarizing a Chiefland home on May 12, 2008 while the owner was
home. He was given 150 days credit for time served.
Court records said Stokes pleaded no contest to unarmed burglary of a dwelling in
which there was no assault. The victim said she heard noise when she was in her bedroom.
She entered the living room and saw a hand in the door jam. As she approached the door
she saw Stokes, a man she knew. He had kicked in the door. Stokes left as soon as he was
told by the victim to leave.
Belinda Chavez Barraza, 22, 706 E. Park Ave., Chiefland, has been sentenced by
Morris to three years in state prison for her.role in the burglary of an unoccupied dwelling.
She was given 86 days credit for time served.
The victim discovered three people burglarizing his unoccupied home, one of them

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Old Town Newberry
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Bronson Williston
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Williston
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Some have key

retirement

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to make soon

By Megan Quinn
Investment Executive

Will you turn 70 and a half this
year? Assuming you have retired, you
will likely be required to soon start
taking a minimum amount of money
out of your retirement accounts, and
you need to make some important
decisions, preferably before the
end of this year, regarding those
distributions.
The general rule for required
minimum distributions is pretty
straightforward. You must begin
taking a minimal amount of money out
of your regular individual retirement
accounts (IRAs) by the end of the
year you turn 70 and a half, or no later
than April 1 of the following year.
You must continue to make minimum
withdrawals no later than Dec. 31 every
year thereafter, until your death or you
drain your retirement accounts.
You'll pay income taxes on all
earnings and pre-tax contributions at
your regular income-tax rates.
Say you turned 70 and a half on
Oct. 1 of this year. Then you must start
making minimum withdrawals by
April 1, 2009. However, if you turned
only age 70 on Oct. 1, you can wait
until April 1 of 2010, because you
won't be 70 and a half until 2009.
Just so the rule isn't too
straightforward, there are exceptions.
One big one is that you don't have to
take minimum distributions from a
Roth IRA at any time up to your death.
You can pass it on to your heirs, who
in turn will have to begin minimum
withdrawals.
You also don't have to start
taking minimum withdrawals from
your current employer's qualified
retirement plan if you are still working
at age 70 and a half. You can wait until
you retire.
However, you can't delay beyond
age 70 and a half if you own at least
five, percent of your business. You
also can't delay distributions from
a simplified employee pension plan
(SEP) or a savings incentive match
plan for employees (SIMPLE IRA).
One of the next issues is whether
you want to delay starting the
minimum distributions until April 1
after the year you turn 70 and a half.
By waiting, the money has that much
longer to grow tax-deferred, which is
usually a good thing. However, the
strategy could boost you into a higher
tax bracket for the year.
Say you wait until April 1 next
year to take your first distribution.
Technically, that distribution is for
the year 2008. Your next distribution
will be for 2009.' You can't delay
that distribution into April 1, 2010.
That must be made by Dec. 31, 2009.
Consequently, you will have made two
minimum distributions in the same tax
year. You'll want to run the numbers
by your tax advisor to determine
whether the increased earnings from
the delay exceed the increased taxes.
Usually it won't.
Second, if you neglect to make your
withdrawals by the required beginning
date, or you don't take out enough,
you'll pay a penalty of 50 percent on
the difference between what you took
out and what you should have taken
out.
Third, understand that the minimum
required distributionruleisaminimum,
not a maximum. That is, you can take
out more than the minimum required


amount in any given year because
you need or want the money. You can
empty the entire account at one time if
you want. You're not locked in.
Megan Quinn is a Registered
Representative of INVEST Financial
Corporation with an office located at
Capital City Bank at 2012 N. Young
Blvd., Chiefland, Fla. 32626. Call
her at (352)493-8017 or toll-free at
866.906.5765.


warrant for violation of probation battery.
Released on own recognizance.
Melissa Smothers, 48, 936 E. Noble
Ave., Williston, at 1:42 p.m., Nov. 6, Levy
County warrant arrest.
Demitris Warren Evans, 22, Micanopy,
at 1:44p.m.,Nov. 5, on Levy County warrant
for larceny petit, second conviction; and
dealing in stolen property. Bond $3,000.
Becky Jo Bennett, 27, 7430 N.W. 55th
Ave., Chiefland, on Levy County warrant
for failure to appear for arraignment -
fraud insufficient funds. Released on own
recognizance.
Darryl K. Damm, 51, 7610 Lake Ave.,
Fanning Springs, at 6:42 p.m., Nov. 4, on
charges of driving under the influence and
driving with license suspended or revoked.
Bond $3,000.
Michael Robert Webb, 45, Spring
Hill, at 11:30 a.m., Nov. 4, on Levy County
warrant for violation of probation driving
with license suspended or revoked. No
bond.
Christy Dee Whitehurst, 34, Bronson,
at 10:38 p.m., Nov. 5, on three Levy County
warrants for fraud with insufficient funds to
obtain goods services, property under $150.
Released on own recognizance.
William B. Hutchinson, 40, Chiefland,
at 7:20 p.m., Nov. 4, on Marion County
warrant for worthless check. Bond $150.
Brynard Lurmar Hodge, 33, 8651
N.W. 120th St., Chiefland, at 4:25 p.m.
Nov. 4, on Gilchrist County warrants for
failure to appear worthless checks. Bond
$4,462.
Christopher Frederick Makatura, 34,
7550 N.W. 153rd Lane, Chiefland, at 1:25
p.m., Nov. 3, on a Levy County warrant
for failure to appear battery two prior
convictions, third or subsequent offense. He


faces a second criminal allegation of failure
to appear on a charge of fraud swindle -
obtain property. He was also wanted for
failure to appear on charges of resisting
without violence, misdemeanor possession
of marijuana, possession of paraphernalia
and neglect of a child without great harm.
Total bond was $62,000.
Larry Lorenzo Young, 34, 818 E.
Main St., Bronson, at 1:25 p.m., Nov. 3,
on a Levy County warrant for sex offender
violation- failure to notify law enforcement
of change. Bond $5,000.
Travis Benavidez, 21, 570 County
Road 40 East, Inglis, at 4:41 p.m., Oct.
31, ofn a warrant for violation of probation
- possession under 20 grams. Bond $1,105
cash.
Nancy Beckham, 41, 12250 S.W. 70th
St., Cedar Key at 10:10 a.m., Nov. 3, on
Levy County warrant for larceny petit.
Debra Diane Picard, 18, Inglis, at 11:50
a.m., Nov. 1, on warrant for larceny- theft of
$300 or more, but less than $5,000, burglary
of an unoccupied dwelling, unarmed, two
counts. Total Bond $25,000..
Shanita L. Thomas, 28, Gainesville,
at 3:19 a.m., Nov. 1, on Alachua County
warrant for violation of probation hit and
run, leaving scene. No bond.
Jeff Everett Wilson, 30, 551 N.E.
134th Court, Williston, at 11 a.m., Oct. 31,
on a Levy County warrant for violation of
probation driving with license suspended
or revoked. No bond.
Katherine Sue Tribble, 42, 8691 N.W.
125'h St., Chiefland, at 2:53 a.m., Nov. 1, on
a charge of obstruction of a law enforcement
officer. Bond $1,500.
Danielle Nicole Silva, 20, 591 N.E.
205th Ave., Williston, .at 9 p.m., Nov. 2,
on Marion County warrant for dealing in


Police search


for suspects


in CHS theft

Chiefland police and the
Chiefland Quarterback Club are
offering a reward of $500 for
information leading to the arrest
of the persons responsible for the
theft of $10,000 of athletic jerseys
and balls from Chiefland High
School on Oct. 16.
Police Chief Robert Douglas
said the department has no leads
at this point. Stolen were football
and basketball jerseys and
footballs and basketballs. Douglas
said there was no forced break-in,
which deepens the mystery.
Douglas said the public can
learn more about the case on Levy
County Crime Stoppers Web site.

stolen property and grand theft $300 or
more but less than $20,000. Bond $5,000.
Benjamin F. Glover, 32, Jacksonville,
at 1:17 p.m., Oct. 31, on Levy County
warrant for possession of forged, stolen or
fictitious driver's license and fraudulent
application for driver's license. Bond
$10,000.
Riley Rubin Osteen, 52, 6250 N.W.
60th St., Chiefland, at 10:40 p.m., Oct. 31,
on a charge of domestic battery. Bond
$2,500.


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Barraza. Three were charged in the case.
Gerald L. Coleman, 38, 412 N.E. 41t Ave., Williston, has
been sentenced to 27.3 months in state prison, with credit for 108
days served, after pleading no contest to aggravated battery and
tampering with a witness charges.
The charges resulted from a domestic incident on Sept. 9, 2007.
During an argument, Coleman picked up a knife and swung it
at the victim, cutting her on the hand. He also struck the victim
several times in the face. When the victim dialed 911, he grabbed
the phone and hung up. However, 911 dispatchers at the sheriff's
office received the hang up call and sent a deputy to investigate,
court records said.
James Raymond Rowe, 23, address unknown, has been
sentenced by Morris to 15 months in state prison, with 55
days credit for time served, after pleading no contest to selling
methamphetamine and possession of a controlled substance
without a prescription.
Court records said Rowe sold a confidential source working for
the Inglis Police Department 0.8 grams of methamphetamine for
$90 on May 3.
S.Anthony Brett Williams, 26, 13331 N.E. 5th St., Williston,
has been sentenced by Morris to 15 nionths in state prison after
pleading no contest to charges of possession of cocaine, resisting
without violence, and possession of paraphernalia. He was given
69 days credit for time served.
Court records said Williams began to run when he saw law
enforcement officers on Aug. 8. Sheriff's deputies chased him
down on foot and found several pieces of white rocks on Williams.
The rocks tested positive for crack cocaine.
Pierre Geronimo Bostick 34,21430 N.E. 37th Place, Williston,
has been sentenced by Morris to two years in state prison, with
credit for 91 days served, after pleading no contest to possession of
cocaine and sale of cocaine within 1,000 feet of a school.
Court records said Bostick sold two pieces of crack cocaine
on April 15 to a confidential source working for the Levy County
Drug Task Force.
Naomi Felicia Adams, 26, Chiefland, has been sentenced
by Morris to 18 months in state prison, with credit for 203 days
served, after pleading no contest to charges of possession and sale
of cocaine.
Court records said Adams sold $40 of cocaine on Aug. 28, 2007
to an undercover confidential source working for the Levy County
Drug Task Force.
Patrick Woodard, 23, 6550 N.E. 172nd St., Williston, has been
sentenced by Morris to 17.85 months in state prison, with 75 days


credit for time served, after pleading no contest to battery on an
officer or firefighter.
Giagal Connell Barr, 32, Williston, has been sentenced by
Morris to 16.8 months in state prison after pleading no contest to
possession of cocaine and sale of cocaine within 1,000 feet of a
school. Barr was given credit for 47 days served. Court records
said Barr sold crack cocaine to a confidential source working for
the Levy County Drug Task Force near Williston Middle School
on May 21, 2007.
Pakorian K. Frazier, 16, Gainesville, has been sentenced by
Morris to 18 months in state prison, with 31 days credit for time
served, after pleading guilty to participating in a home invasion
robbery on March 17 at 3824 N.E. 210t' Court, Williston. He was
listed as a youthful offender.
Anthony Gangale, Sr., 42, 17732 N.W. 901 Terrace, Fanning
Springs, has been sentenced by Morris to 18 months in state
prison, followed by 3 V/ years probation, after pleading no contest
to battery and three counts of kidnapping.
Court records said on March 16 Gangale held the victim and
her three children hostage in their home after a domestic argument
turned violent.
Calvin Jackson, 44, 21410 N.E. 37th Place, Williston, has
been sentenced by Morris to 18 months in state prison, with 90
days credit for time served, after pleading no contest to charges
of possession of cocaine and selling cocaine within 1,000 feet of
a school.
Court records said Jackson sold crack cocaine to an undercover
confidential source working for the Levy County Drug Task Force
on May 22, 2007.
Ronnie Boyette, 52, Bell, has been sentenced by Morris to
15 months in state prison, with credit for 210 days serviced, after
pleading no contest to aggravated battery with a deadly weapon.
Court records said his girlfriend was standing on a road in the
Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge when she said Boyette
drove his truck into the back of her, knocking her unconscious.
Stephanie Lynn Peeks, 39, Gainesville, has been sentenced
by Morris to one year and one day in state prison after pleading no
contest to selling crack cocaine to a confidential source working
for the Levy County Drug Task Force. She was given credit for
134 days served.
Anthony Blake Mitchell, 39, S. Canterberry Road, Inglis, has
been sentenced by Morris to one year and one day in state prison
after pleading no contest to grand theft. He was given credit for 77
days served.


Ordinance, from Page 1A


"person." The amended ordinance defines a
person as being someone who is at least 10
years of age. Those persons are prohibited
from being publicly nude in the city and
are old enough to know why that behavior
is illegal in the city.
Liberty Counsel is a non-profit litigation,
education and policy organization dedicated
to advancing religious freedom, the sanctity
of human life and traditional family values,
according to the Nov. 10 letter from Corry.
The organization has hundreds of affiliate
attorneys across the country.


In other business:
Commissioners voted to retain
Fugate as their city attorney and gave Fire
Chief John Ward his first one-year contract.
Commissioners said they were satisfied
with the performance of both men.
Commissioners adopted an
ordinance authorizing the city to assess
penalties for non-payment of solid waste
collection fees. It also allows service to be
restored once penalties are paid, or it allows
the city to discontinue service if penalties
are not paid. The city has such policies in


place for water and sewer utility charges,
but there was nothing for solid waste.
Because the city has customers in the newly
annexed northern portion of Chiefland that
have only solid waste, it became necessary
to add the new enforcement procedures.
Commissioners approved the first
draft of the Chiefland Munidipal Utility
Service Boundary, extending five miles
out from the city limits. The boundary
establishes the area the city could serve
with its water and sewer utilities.


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What to do, what to do


By Rick Burnham
Editor

t is a conundrum.
Barack Obama's ascension to the
throne presents a bit of a challenge for
me as a journalist. It is a problem that
has kept me awake at night, caused me to ,
eat more fried foods, and prompted me to I,|l
open a dictionary to find out how to spell
"conundrum." ;
It is one that is invariably linked to the
summer of 1983.
That's the year I joined the U.S. Air Force. Climbed on
a big jet in Jacksonville and flew to San Antonio, where
people proceeded to yell obscenities at me for six weeks.
Over that time and over the 22 years that followed
- they taught and continued to reinforce the importance of
something called "the chain of command."
The chain of command is a list of officials that begins
with you and continues through each level of supervision
all the way to the top. At the very top is the Commander
in Chief- the president of the United States.
Rule No. 1 in regard to the chain of command is to
respect and pay allegiance to every level above you, at all
times. Otherwise, the system breaks down. Morale drops.
The mission suffers. Criticism comes from the top down,


and only from the top down.
Ronald Reagan was my first Commander
in Chief, and G.W. Bush was the last. I
followed each without openly questioning
anything. There were times that I did not
agree with their decisions, but I always
saluted and fell in line without the slightest
hint of hesitation.
Part of me will always wear Air Force
blue. Part of me will always recognize and
pay respect to the chain of command.
* 4 But part of me has begun to slip.
Dig deep enough and you will find that I
have actually criticized Mr. Bush in this paper. He failed
to provide us with a border fence to keep out those who
would do us harm, and he never took the appropriate
measures to develop an alternative fuel source to relieve
our dependence on Middle East thugs and their gas. Those
were unacceptable failures I will never forgive him for.
Writing those last two lines actually invokes a sense of
wrongdoing, brought on by 22 years of military service
and a deep-seeded allegiance to the chain of command.
But if the past eight years tell us anything at all, it
is that those in the mainstream media believe it is their
absolute responsibility to question government at every
turn, to serve as one giant microscope the public can use
to keep an eye on its elected officials.


They performed this function with passion and zeal
when it came to George W. Bush, highlighting every
misstep with massive headlines, playing up every gaffe
on the evening news as if the fate of the free world
depended on it.
It is doubtful they take the same approach with Mr.
Obama. By now, the mainstream media no doubt realize
the consequences if they do. The New York Post, The
Washington Times and The Dallas Morning News were
kicked off the Obama campaign plane in late October,
presumably because they had the nerve to endorse John
McCain.
More importantly, the vast majority of the mainstream
media fall in line with the far left agenda of the new
president. Why criticize a man who speaks your own
language?
Which brings me to the Levy County Journal.
Is there any point, really, in highlighting every botched
decision Mr. Obama makes along the way? I mean, come
on, we only print 3,000 copies of this thing. Several of the
300 million people in this country probably do not get a
copy each week.
On the one hand is my allegiance to the chain of
command, tattooed onto my soul by the U.S. military. On
the other is the media's apparent responsibility to hound
and persecute the president at every turn.
What to do. It's quite a conundrum.


Gas prices continue downward, but we still have a ways to go


Terry Witt
Staff Writer

Driving past gas stations Thursday, I noticed prices
at the pump in Gainesville and Archer had retreated
to $2.15 per gallon for regular gas, and the price in
Chiefland was hovering somewhere around $2.21 to
$2.25, depending on the station. I can't explain the difference in prices.
I'm told gasoline prices in some parts of the state have
dropped to $1.99 per gallon, and I also heard on the news
yesterday that prices for a barrel of oil have decreased to $60.
Those are all good signs. But gasoline prices need to drop to
about $1.60 per gallon before I will be satisfied.
It looks like that could happen, but as I said in an earlier
column, if prices do not continue to drop, or if heaven forbid,
they suddenly begin to climb again, I will contact every member
of congress, the president and the president-elect by e-mail and
ask for a federal grand jury investigation into oil and gasoline
pricing fraud.
I think consumers are in the mood to find out who was stealing
from them and why. I think they are in a mood to send the white
collar oil and gasoline thieves to the federal penitentiary for
conspiracy and grand theft on a massive scale. Don't think it
won't happen. Consumers will be in a seriously bad mood if
gasoline and diesel prices don't drop to the $1.60 per gallon
range soon.
Everyone I talk to says their bank accounts are much lower
now as a result of the intolerable $4 per gallon gasoline we
tolerated for several months. I'm not just talking about here in
Florida. I have relatives and friends scattered around the country.
They were victimized by gasoline prices. Consumers are tethered
to the market like captives. They can't stop buying gasoline and
diesel when fuel prices are high or when the oil companies go on
another stealing rampage.
I would like nothing better than to see the top oil executives
in America indicted on charges of conspiring to fix market prices
for oil and gasoline based on fraudulent claims that the prices
were being driven exclusively by market prices. We may yet see
those indictments if oil and gas prices begin to rise again or if
they stabilize at current levels.
A lot of the talking head economists on television never
mention oil and gas prices as being one of the building blocks
of our economy. When gasoline and oil prices skyrocket, people
have less cash on hand to spend on luxury items like cars,
dwellings, clothing, outings to restaurants. They begin hording
the money they still have in the bank and buying only necessities.
The business world suffers horribly when consumers aren't
buying. Jobs are lost.
Economists like to complicate the picture, but too many
economists base most of their fears and concerns about the
economy on what they see taking place on Wall Street rather than
Main Street. The two are linked by invisible bonds, but I believe
Main Street can survive.with reasonably priced energy costs.
I was disappointed to learn this week that one of the former
risk managers at the failing Bear Stearns investment bank has
been hired by the Federal Reserve division that supervises banks.
That's like the fox advising the farmer on how to protect his
chickens. I hope the president-elect fires Michael Alix as soon as
he takes office in January and employs someone who isn't linked
to the thieves on-Wall Street.
This is the type of thing that discourages American voters and
consumers. We've seen too much of it in recent years. I call it
white collar corruption. You can call it what you like. Maybe it's
just political corruption. When nothing changes in Washington
or Wall Street, people lose faith. When people lose faith, the
economy worsens. We see more stock market sell-offs on Wall
Street as people wonder if someone honest will ever be in charge
of the economy.
I guess all we can do is wait until something good happens.
Meanwhile, my finger is on the e-mail trigger when it comes
to gasoline prices. If prices continue to drop well below $2 per
gallon for regular gas and diesel and stabilize at about $1.60, I
will be satisfied with the price. I think the economy will slowly
begin to recover its lost energy as people gain confidence in the
government's ability to manage the economy. It will take a few
months for bank accounts to begin swelling again, and for people
to begin spending money again, but it will happen.


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Letter to the Editor


Thank you, Levy County


To the 8,818 voters, WOW, "Thank you" does
not come close to describing the emotion I have for
your support, trust and confidence. Some supported
me based on knowing me and my convictions. Some
met me only once and still gave me their trust. Some
without knowing me gave their financial support
without my asking. Some simply wanted change.
Some could not vote and still passed the message on
to their family, friends and neighbors. All of you put
your confidence in me to be a good steward and do
right by Levy County. While we did not reach the
outcome we had hoped for, I regret nothing; Knowing
I worked hard and did the best with what I had. I am
grateful and truly humbled by your reception.
Tuesday Nov. 11, we took the time to remember
that our right to vote is not free. It is paid with the loss
of life, limb and the sacrifice of families. Not for their
own selfish gain but for the Life, Liberty and Pursuit
of Happiness for all mankind. In return they ask for
us to pay a debt of gratitude by being a good steward
of our vote. When we mark our ballots, remember
it is a privilege that comes with a responsibility to
inform and educate ourselves of the persons or issues
on the ballot. Rumors do not substitute education. Our
one vote impacts every man, woman and child in our
county, state and country. Yes, those alive and those
yet to be born. To treat it any other way, is to spit in
the face of those who gave of what they had. Veterans
I thank God for you, your families and your sacrifice,


so that I had the privilege to run and vote.
Thank you to those who did not vote for me, for
your participation. To those who met me after they
had voted and wished they could have-changed it, it's
OK. If you did not support me, I am not mad, bitter
or hold any malice. Heck, I don't even know who
you are. I would like to remind everyone that signs
or campaign materials were not produced for free.
Families had to give up a lot for these, especially in
this tight economy. Would you want someone to take
or destroy what you spent your hard-earned money
on? If you have my signs, I forgive you and would
like them back. Just call and I will pick them up.
To the daily commuters, school bus and big truck
drivers, Thank you for the constant waiving and
honks. To those who saw me more than 3 times a day,
I tried my best to change it up and make it fun. Some
of you showed more support than is appropriate to
mention here. And I had no idea that universal sign
language was still used.
Levy County, to sum it up, the short, fat, hairy-
legged guy with the big hat says thanks for putting
up with me. I am blessed, humbled and grateful for
the opportunity to have run. Remember: People not
Politics.

Sincerely,
Abraham Blitch
Levy County Tax Payer


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LEGAL NOTICES


e0 LEGAL NOTICES
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 38-2008-CA-
000240
OCALA NATIONAL BANK, a
National Banking Association,
organized under the laws of the
United States of America, au-
thorized to and doing business
in Marion County, Florida,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CARLOS F. BARRERA, a single
man,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: CARLOS F. BARRERA
address unknown
and as to each of said persons
against the unknown husband
or wife, as the case may be, of
any or either of them, if alive;
and if dead, then against their
and each of their unknown heirs,
devisees, legatees, grantees
and all other parties or persons
claiming interest by, through, un-
der or against them, and against
all persons having or claiming to
have any right, title or interest in
and to the following described
lands.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action to foreclose
a mortgage on the following de-
scribed property in LEVY Coun-
ty, Florida:
LOT 5, HAMPTON FARMS,
TRACTS 7 THROUGH 10,
ACCORDING TO THE MAP
OR PLAT THEREOF, AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK
10, PAGE 34, PUBLIC RE-
CORDS OF LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any,
to it upon MICHAEL J. COO-
PER, Plaintiff's attorney whose
address is 321 NW Third Av-
enue, Ocala, FL 34475, within
thirty (30) days from the date of
the first publication of this notice
and file the original with the Clerk
of-tlhis-Court either- before ser-
vice on Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; otherwise
a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
the Complaint.
The date of the first publica-
tion of this Notice is November
6,2008.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on this the 24th
day of September, 2008.

DANNY SHIPP
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
By: Gwen McElroy /s/
(SEAL)
Deputy Clerk
Pub.: Nov. 6, 13, 2008

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR LEVY
COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 08 CA 650
21sT MORTGAGE CORPORA-
TION,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ROSE AU A/K/A ROSE P.
AU; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
ROSE AU A/K/A ROSE P. AU;
ROBERT J. AU; WENDELL
CREWS; IF LIVING, INCLUD-
ING ANY UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF SAID DEFENDANTSS,
IF REMARRIED, AND IF DE-
CEASED, THE RESPECTIVE
UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVI-
SEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGN-
EES, CREDITORS, LIENORS,
AND TRUSTEES, AND ALL
OTHER PERSONS CLAIM-
ING BY, THROUGH, UNDER
OR AGAINST THE NAMED
DEFENDANTSS; PRES-
TIGE HOME CENTERS, INC.;
WHETHER DISSOLVED OR
PRESENTLY EXISTING, TO-
GETHER WITH ANY GRANT-
EES, ASSIGNEES, CREDI-
TORS, LIENORS, OR TRUST-
EES OF SAID DEFENDANTS)
AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
UNDER, OR AGAINST


DEFENDANTSS; UNKNOWN
TENANT #1; UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT#2;
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that,
pursuant to a Final Summary
Judgment of Foreclosure en-
tered in the above-styled cause,
in the Circuit Court of Levy coun-
ty, Florida, I will sell the property
situate in Levy County, Florida,
described as:


LOT 14, BLOCK "C", SUWAN-
NEE RIVER SPRINGS SUB-
DIVISION NO.2, MANATEE
SPRINGS AREA, ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT THERE-
OF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 1, PAGE 62, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
To include a:
1999 Springer VIN N89299A
79048826
1999 SPRINGER VIN N89299B
79048863
A/K/A 11311 NW 109th Ct.
Chiefland, FL 32626
at public sale, to the highest
and best bidder, for cash, at the
lobby of the Levy County Court-
house, Court Street, Bronson,
FL at 11:00 a.m., on December
1,2008.
DATED THIS 30TH DAY OF Oc-
tober, 2008.
Any person claiming an inter-
est 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.
Witness, my hand and seal of
this court on the 30th day of Oc-
tober, 2008.
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
By: Gwen McElroy /s/
Deputy Clerk
In accordance with the American
with Disabilites Act of 1990,
persons needing a special
accommodation to participate in
this proceeding should contact
the ASA Coordinator no later
than seven (7) .days prior to
the' proceedings. If hearing
impaired, please call (800)
955-8771 (TDD) or (800) 955-
8770 (voice), via Florida Relay
Service.
Pub.: Nov. 6, 13, 2008.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 38-2006-CA-
000718
WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A.,
AS TRUSTEE FOR MASTER
ASSET BACKED SECURITIES
TRUST 2005-OPTI,
... Plaintiff,
vs..-...-, .
JONATHAN GIFFORD A/K/
A JONATHAN D. GIFFORD;
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
JONATHAN GIFFORD;
JOHN DOE; JANE DOE AS
UNKNOWN TENANTS)
IN POSSESSION OF THE
SUBJECT PROPERTY,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment
of Foreclosure dated the 27th
of October, 2008, and entered
in Case No. 38-2006-CA-
000718, of the Circuit Court of
the 8th Judicial Circuit in and for
Levy County,, Florida, wherein
WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A., AS
TRUSTEE FOR MASTR ASSET
BACKED SECURITIES TRUST
2005-OPTI is the Plaintiff and
JONATHAN GIFFORD A/K/
A JONATHAN D. GIFFORD;
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
JONATHAN GIFFORD; JOHN
DOE; JANE DOEAS UNKNOWN
TENANTS) IN POSSESSION
OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY
are defendants. I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash
at the Lobby at the Levy County
Courthouse, in Bronson, Florida,
at 11:00 a.m. on the 24th day of
November, 2008, the following
described property as set forth
in said Final Judgment, to wit:
LOTS 4 AND 5, BLOCK
3, MAP OF OAK VILLA, AC-
CORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 39,
PUBLIC RECORDS OF LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Any person claiming an inter-
est 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
Disabilities who needs any
accommodation to participate in
this proceeding, you are entitled


at no cost to you to the provisions
of certain assistance. Please
contact the ADA Coordinator at
Court Street, Bronson, FL 32621
or Telephone (352) 486-5276
prior to such proceeding. If you
are hearing impaired call 1-800-
955-8771.
Dated this 27th day of
October, 2008.
Danny J. Shipp
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Gwen McElroy /s/


sealed bids to the highest bidder.
Bids will be opened at 12:00
p.m. with viewing from 10:00
a.m. until Noon for the contents
of the storage unit(s) rented by
the following personss:
Jerry Dorman
PO Box 375
Bronson, FL 32621
Unit A012
(Last Known Address on
Record)

Amanda Dean


Deputy Clerk
(COURT SEAL)
Law Office of Marshall C.
Watson
1800 NW 49th Street, Suite 120
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33309
Telephone: (954) 453-0365
Facsimile: (954) 771-6052
Toll Free: 1-800-441-2438
Pub.: Nov. 6, 13, 2008.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO: 38-2008-CA-000199
U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSO-
CIATION,
Plaintiff,
vs.
SHANNON I. WHITE; UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF SHAN-
NON I. WHITE IF ANY; ANY
AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
UNDER, AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL
DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR
ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANT-
EES OR OTHER CLAIMANTS;
CAMPUS USA CREDIT UNION;
JOHN DOE AND JANE DOE AS
UNKNOWN TENANTS IN POS-
SESSION
Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Summary Final
Judgment of Foreclosure dated
Oct. 27, 2008 entered in Civil
Case No. 38-2008-CA-000199
of the Circuit Court of the 8th
Judicial Circuit in and for LEVY
County, Bronson, Florida, I will
sell to the highest and best bid-
der for cash at THE MAIN LOB-
BY OF THE COURTHOUSE at
the LEVY County Courthouse
located at 355 South Court
Street in Bronson, Florida, at
11:00 a.m. on the 8th day of De-
cember, 2008 the following de-
scribed property as set forth in
said Summary Final Judgment,
to-wit:
LOT 1, BLOCK 35, OF WIL-
LISTON HIGHLANDS, UNIT
14, ACCORDING TO THE
PLATTHEREOF,AS RECORD-
ED IN PLAT BOOK 4, PAGES
14, 14A THROUGH 14B, IN-
CLUSIVE, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF LEVY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA. TOGETHER
WITH 2006 MOBILE HOME
N#FLFL570A32606LF21 AND
FLFL570B32806LF21
Any person claiming an inter-
est 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 this 27th day of October,
2008.
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
DANNY J. SHIPP
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Gwen McElroy Is/
Deputy Clerk
THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID
J. STERN, P.A.
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
900 South Pine Island Road
Suite 400
Plantation, FL 33324-3920
(954) 233-8000
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICANS WITH DISABILI-
TIES ACT, persons with dis-
abilities needing a special ac-
commodation should contact
COURT ADMINISTRATION, at
the LEVY County courthouse at
352-486-5276, 1-800-955-8771
(TDD) or 1-800-955-8770, via
Florida Relay Service.
Pub.: Nov. 6, 13, 2008.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Dona Potter South Rentals,
Inc. d/b/a Bronson Self Storage,
pursuant to the provisions of the
Florida Self Storage Facility Act
(FSS 83.801 et sec.) hereby
gives notice of the following sale
under said act to wit:
On Nov. 29, 2008 at Bronson
Self Storage, 839 East Hathaway
Ave., Bronson, FL 32621, Dona
Potter and/or her agent will
conduct a sale at 10:00 a.m. by


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


County Courthouse located at
355 S. Court Street, Bronson,
Florida 32621 at 11:00 o'clock
A.M. on Monday, the 8th day of
December, 2008, the following
described property as set forth
in said Final Judgment, to wit:
Lot 4, LESS AND EXCEPT,
the North 368.87 feet thereof,
CHIEFLAND WOODS UNIT 1,
as per the Plat thereof, as re-
corded in Plat Book 6, Page 7,
Public Records of Levy County,


Nov. 13, 2UUa


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z34S 1 5 street
Williston, FL 32696
Unit A017
(Last Known Address on
Record)

Thomas Currie Jr.
PO Box 292
Bronson, FL 32621
Unit B046 .
(Last Known Address on
Record)

Frank Martin
PO Box 1261
Wildwood, FL 34705
Unit B057
(Last Known Address on
Record)

Nikki Walker
PO Box 1672
Bronson, FL 32621
Unit C100
(Last Known Address on
Record)

Robert Milbut
11951 NE 80th Street
Bronson, FL 32621
Unit Cl11 and C112
(Last Known Address on
Record)

James Nichols
8613 NE 61st Place
Bronson, FL 32621
Unit C113
(Last Known Address on
Record)

Linda Brown
1050 SW 1st Drive
Chiefland, FL 32626
Unit C127
(Last Known Address on
Record)

Walter Ausherman
PO Box 916
Bronson, FL 32621
Unit D156
(Last Known Address on
Record)

Wayne Wilson
7551 NE 111th Street
Bronson, FL 32621
Unit D160
(Last Known Address on
Record)

Pradip Shah
1316 NW 16th Ave
Chiefland, FL 32696
Unit D165
(Last Known Address on
Record)
These units consist of
household items, personal items
and miscellaneous merchandise
stored at Bronson Self Storage
located at 839 E. Hathaway
Ave., Bronson, FL 32621
Owner/Owners' agent
reserves the right to bid and
refuse or reject any and all bids.
This sale is being held to satisfy
a statutory lien. The public is
invited to attend. Please register
at office before 10:00 a.m.
Date submitted for publishing:
Oct. 31, 2008
Bronson Self Storage
Dona S. Potter-Owner
Leslie D. Vincino-Owner's
agent
PO Box 1705
839 E. Hathaway Ave.
Bronson, FL 32621
Phone: 352-486-2121
Fax: 352-486-2101
Sale Date: Saturday Nov. 29,
2008 Units will be opened for
bidding promptly at 10:00 a.m.
Sealed Bid Envelopes will be
opened at 12 noon.
Pub.: Nov.6, 13, 2008

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 38-2008-CA-001051
IN RE: FORFEITURE OF
1989 Black/Gray in color
Chevrolet Caprice
TAG NUMBER J22-4CF
VIN: 1G1BN51EXKA104518
JOHNNY M. SMITH, JR.,
SHERIFF
LEVY COUNTY SHERIFF'S
OFFICE
Petitioner,
EDITH MARIE WOODLEY
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: EDITH MARIE WOODLEY,
P.O. BOX 1094, BRONSON,
FLORIDA 32621


Court on or before the 12th day
of December, 2008.
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 27th day of
October, 2008.
DANNY J. SHIPP
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Levy County, Florida
P.O. Box 610
Bronson, FL 32621
By: Gwen McElroy Is/
Deputy Clerk
Pub.: Nov. 6, 13, 2008.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 38-2008-CA-000332
DIVISION
HSBC BANK USA, NATIONAL
TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUST-
EE FOR THE HOLDERS OF
MASTR REPERFORMING
LOAN TRUST 2005-2,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MICHIAL S. WATSON, et al,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment
of Mortgage Foreclosure dated
October 27, 2008 and entered
in Case No. 38-2008-CA-
000332 of the Circuit Court of
the EIGHTH Judicial Circuit in
and for LEVY County, Florida
wherein HSBC BANK USA, NA-
TIONAL TRUST COMPANY, AS
TRUSTEE FOR THE HOLDERS
OF MASTER REPERFORMING
LOAN TRUST 2005-2, is the
Plaintiff and MICHIAL S. WAT-
SON; PHYLLIS E. WATSON;
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 8th day of
December, 2008, the following
described property as set forth
in said Final Judgment:
LOT 13, BLOCK C, WILLIS-
TON HIGHLANDS UNIT 9,
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 4, PAGES
10 AND 10-A, PUBLIC RE-
CORDS OF LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA. TOGETHER WITH
THAT CERTAIN MOBILE
HOME LOCATED THERE-
ON, SERIAL NUMBERS
FLHML2F163726266A AND
FLHML2F1 63726266N B
A/IK/A17111 NE 41 ST STREET,
WILLISTON, FL 32696-6841
Any person claiming an inter-
est 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 October 27,
2008.
Danny J. Shipp
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Gwen McElroy
Deputy Clerk
Pub.: Nov. 6, 13, 2008.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 08TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 38-2008 CA 000356
ORANGEWOOD HOMES,
INC., a Florida corporation,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DENT SURGERY CAR
COSMETICS, INC., a Florida
corporation,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT
TO CHAPTER 45 ,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order of Final
Judgment of Foreclosure dated
the 27th day of October, 2008 and
entered in Case No.: 38 2008
CA 000356 in the Circuit Court
of the 08th Judicial Circuit in and
for Levy County, Florida, Where-
in, ORANGEWOOD HOMES,
INC., a Florida Corporation is
Plaintiff and DENT SURGERY
CAR COSMETICS, INC., a Flor-
ida corporation is Defendant, as
Tenants in possession.
I will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at the Levy


PAGES 1 AND 1A, OF THE
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.
DATED at BRONSON, Florida,


Florida.
DATED at Bronson, Levy
County, Florida on this 27th day
of Oct. 2008.
DANNY J. SHIPP
As Clerk of the Circuit Court
Levy County, Florida
A TRUE COPY
By: Gwen McElroy /s/
As Deputy Clerk
Attorney for the Plaintiff:
RICHARD H. BERGMAN, ESQ.
BERGMAN & JACOBS, P.A.
FLA. BAR NO.: 160552
2001 Hollywood Blvd., Suite
200
Hollywood, Florida 33020
(954) 923-3533/ (954) 883-3421
Fax
Defendant:
DENT SURGERY CAR COS-
METICS, INC.,
c/o Delicia Jeudy, Registered
Agent
7201 SW 3r Court
North Lauderdale, FL 33068
Pub.: Nov. 6, 13, 2008.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No. 38-2008-CA-0807
PERRY H. GREENSPAN and
DEANA C. GREENSPAN, his
wife,
Plaintiffs,
vs.
ALI SM EL-KHATEEB,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS GIVEN that in
accordance with the Final
Judgment in Foreclosure entered
on October 29, 2008 in Civil
Action No. 38-2008-CA-0807, in
the Circuit Court, in and for Levy
County, Florida, in which PERRY
H. GREENSPAN and DEANA C.
GREENSPAN, his wife, were
the Plaintiffs; and ALl SM EL-
KHATEEB was the Defendant, I
will sell to the highest bidder for
cash in the Lobby of the Levy
County Courthouse, in Bronson,
Florida, at 11:00 AM o'clock on
Monday, December 1, 2008,
the real property described as
follows, to-wit:
LOT 4, BLOCK 10; LOT 8,
BLOCK 14; AND LOT 12,
BLOCK-17 lAL IN OCA.A
HIGHLANDSWEST,ACCORD-
ING TO PLAT THEREOF RE-
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK 4,
PAGE 16, PUBLIC RECORDS
OF LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
(PARCEL NOS. 09615-003,
09619-007, 09622-011) l
DATED this 29th day of October
2008.
DANNY J. SHIPP
CLERK OF COURT
By: Deanna Dobbins /s/
Deputy Clerk
Pub.: Nov. 6, 13, 2008.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
LEVY COUNTY
CASE #: 38-2007-CA-001138
DIVISION#:
UNC:
Yale Mortgage Corporation
Plaintiff,
-vs.-
F. Samuel Roberson and
Deborah E. Roberson, husband
and wife; State of Florida,
Department of Revenue.
Defendantss.
AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an Order
rescheduling foreclosure sale
dated November 5, 2008
entered in Civil Case No.
38-2007-CA-001138 of the
Circuit Court of the 8t Judicial
Circuit in and for Levy County,
Florida, wherein Yale Mortgage
Corporation, Plaintiff and" F.
Samuel Roberson and Deborah
E. Roberson, husband and wife
are defendantss, I will sell to
the highest and best bidder for
cash, AT THE LOBBY AT LEVY
COUNTY COURTHOUSE,
LOCATED AT 355 S. COURT
STREET, BRONSON, LEVY
COUNTY FLORIDA, AT 11:00
A.M., December 15, 2008, the
following described property as
set forth in said Final Judgment,
to-wit:
LOT 7, CAL-A-BETT MEAD-
OWS, ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF, AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK 6,


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LEGAL NOTICES


this 5th day of November, 2008.
DANNY J. SHIPP
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
Levy County, Florida
By: Gwen McElroy /s/
Deputy Clerk
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF:
SHAPIRO & FISHMAN, LLP
10004 N. Dale Mabry Highway,
Suite 112
Tampa, FL 33618
(813) 880-8888
Pub.: Nov. 13, 20, 2008.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
-CASE NO. 38-2008-CA-000472
BRANCH BANKING & TRUST
'COMPANY,
Plaintiff,
v.
RICARDO MELENDEZ;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
RICARDO MELENDEZ; MARIA
MELENDEZ; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF MARIA
MELENDEZ,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: RICARDO MELENDEZ;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
RICARDO MELENDEZ; MARIA
MELENDEZ; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF MARIA
MELENDEZ, and all unknown
parties claiming by, through,
under or against the above
.named defendant, who are
not known to be dead or alive,
whether said unknown parties
'claim as heirs, devisees,
grantees, assignees, lienors
,creditors, trustees, spouses, or
other claimants.
Current Residence Unknown,
'but whose last known address
,was: 5494 Baywater Drive,
Tampa, FL 33635
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose a mortgage
'on the following property in
LEVY County, Florida, to-wit:
LOT 17, BLOCK 135, OF
WILLISTON HIGHLANDS
GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB
'ESTATES, ACCORDING TO
THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF
'RECORDED-IN PLATB'OO1 3,
-',4GE 67 OFr-Hk UBLlCI'E-
CORDS OF LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy
'of your written defenses, if any,
to it on Robert M. Coplen,
Esquire, Robert M. Coplen,
P.A., 10225 Ulmerton Road,
.Suite 5A, Largo, FL 33771,
,on or before Dec. 15, 2008 or
within thirty (30) days after the
'first publication of this Notice
of Action, and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court at
355 Court Street, Bronson, FL
32621, either before service on
Plaintiffs attorney or immediately
.thereafter; otherwise, a default
"will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the
complaint petition.
WITNESS my hand and seal
of the Court of this 6th day of
Nov. 2008.
DANNY J. SHIPP
Clerk of the Court
By: Deanna Dobbins
Deputy Clerk
Pub.: Nov. 13, 20, 2008.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 38-2008CA000967
DIVISION:
'RICHARD BARNES and T.
BRITTNEY HAMPTON
Plaintiffs,
vs.
RADAMES RODRIGUEZ-
FIGUEROA, et.al.
Defendant.
S NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: RADAMES RODRIGUEZ-
FIGUEROA, and, and unknown
.spouses, heirs, devisees, grant-
,ees, lienors, creditors, trustees
or other claimants whose ad-
dress is Venus Garden Norte,
Calle Tehuacian AD-20A, San
Juan, PR 00926.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to Quiet Title on the fol-
lowing property in Levy County,
Florida:


- LOT 7, BLOCK 113, WILLIS-
ITON HIGHLANDS GOLF &
COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES,
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AfS RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 3, PAGES
67 THRU 67M, PUBLIC RE-
CORDS OF LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
TAX PARCEL #09291-006-00
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any,


Grantee: CFEC INC
513481 E 1132 531 $0.00 L52(28) RAINBOW LAKES EST
Grantors: JANSEN JOHN F JR, JANSEN BARBARA A
Grantee: CFEC INC
513482 E 1132 532 $0.00 L30(54) OAK RIDGE EST
Grantor: ORTIZ YAMIL E
Grantee: CFEC INC
513483 E 1132 533 $0.00 L13(69) OAK RIDGE EST
Grantors: WOODY DAVIN D, WOODY BRENDA J, WOODY
BRENDA JACKSON
Grantee: CFEC INC
513484 E 1132 534 $0.00 L11(C)CASON INGLIS ACRES #7
Grantor: ALTEMUS CLYNN W


to it on WILLIAM K. GORDON,
Plaintiff's attorney, at P.O. Box
1017, Melrose, FL 32666, on or
before thirty (30) days after the
first publication of this Notice of
Action, and file the original with
the Clerk of this Court either
before service on Plaintiff's at-
torney or immediately thereaf-
ter; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or
petition.
WITNESS my hand and seal
of the Court on Nov. 5, 2008.
(COURT SEAL)
CLERK OF THE COURT
By: Gwen McElroy Is/
As Deputy Clerk
Pub.: Nov. 13, 20, 27, Dec.4,
2008.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO.: 38-2008-CP-000201
IN RE: ESTATE OF DANIEL M.
ARRINGTON,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate
of DANIEL M. ARRINGTON,
deceased, whose date of death
was July 5, 2008, is pending in
the Circuit Court for Levy County,
Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is Levy County
Courthouse, Post Office Drawer
610, Bronson, Florida 32621.
The names and addresses of
the personal representative and
the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims
or demands against decedent's
estate on whom a cdpy of this
notice is required to be served
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All othercreditorsofthedecedent
and other persons having claims
or demands against decedent's
estate.kmUt file their"-cairIswith
'fhis- court- WITHIN ''M ONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF T HE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.302 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first
publication of this notice is Nov.
13, 2008.
Personal Representative:
CRYSTAL THOMAS /s/
Post Office Box 1907
Trenton, Florida 32693
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
THEODORE M. BURT, P.A.
Attorneys at Law
By: THEODORE M. BURT Is/
Florida Bar Number 172404
114 Northeast First Street
Post Office Box 308
Trenton, Florida 32693
(352) 463-2348
Pub.: Nov. 13, 20, 2008


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1 1 .1


LEVY LAND TRANSACTIONS
7/29/08 8/04/08
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 Mrtg, CD-Correctory Deed, CT-Certificate of Title,
D-Deed, E-Easement, FJDX-Final Judgment Divorce X, MMA-Mrtg
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.
07/29/2008
513397 WD 1132 211 $10.00 L13 (8) AF KNOTTS LAND CO.
FIRST ADDITION TO YANKEETOWN
Grantors: TYLER LILA M, PRICE LILA M,MCGEE LILA M,
TYLER LILA M, MCGEE TYLER LILA,TYLER LILA MCGEE
Grantees: TYLER DANNY STEVE, TYLER LILA M
513404 QCD 1132 246 $10.00 L19-20(1) SUWANNEE
RIVER HTS
Grantor: HOLLOWAY PRICILLA
Grantee: HOLLOWAY DARRYL
513407 WD 1132 263 $57,500.00 BDY NW1/4 SE1/4 26-13-
14,
PARCEL #01926-001-00, ETC
Grantors: VERMEREN JOSEPH P, VERMEREN NORA
DECEASED
Grantee: COLDEWEY ROLF
513410 WD 1132 272 $100,000.00 BDYPARCEL24
MEREDITH
HILLS, BDY 4-12-17, ETC
Grantor: FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
Grantee: MORGAN ANDREW JAY
513415 WD 1132 335'$421,120.00 BDY NW1/46-13-18,
PARCEL
#04399-002-00, ETC
Grantor: STEVENS DANNY H
Grantee: GILLMAN ENTERPRISES LLC
513419 WD 1132 343 $65,300.00 L13, BDY L14(D)
COLFAX CITY, W/MH
Grantor: PELICAN BAY REALTY LLC
Grantee: CARRIES RODNEY
513439 QCD 1132 450 $10.00 BDY NEl/4 SE1/4 16-14-14,
PARCEL
#01283-006-OA, ETC
Grantor: JEFFERSON CHARLES DAVID
Grantee: ENGLISH PATSY C
513460 E 1132 502 $0.00 BDY 17-15-13, ETC
Grantors: MCGRATH MILTON A, MCGRATH JERALD A
Grantee: RIVS GLORIA M
513461 WD 1132 505 $15,000.00 L19(B) SUNNY RIDGE
Grantor: ALl MIR
Grantee: NASIM UZMA
513462 E 1132 506 $1.00 BDY NW1/4 NW1/425-16-16,
PARCEL #02920-001-00, 02916-000-00
Grantor: RUTTINGER DAVID
Grantee: CFEC INC
513463 E 1132 508 $1.00 BDY NE1/4 28-11-14,
PARCEL #00748-001-0C, ETC
Grantors: SANDERS CLIFFORD R JR, SANDERS CHARLOTTE
Grantee: CFEC INC
513464 E 1132 510 $1.00 TRACT 12 WINDING RIV
PRESERVE, BDY 1,6-11-16 ,.,. ,,
Grantors: SIERRA GUSTAVO A,MESA MARIA E, MESA MARIA
EUGENIA, DUVA JORGE E P, DUVA JORGE,
DUVA JORGE E M, MORENO MARIO AMORENO VICTORIA
Grantee: CFEC INC
513465 WD 1132 513 $25,000.00 L3 PINEWOOD ESTS #2
Grantor: RAY THELMA P TSTEE, THELMA P RAY REVOCABLE
TST
Grantee: BRAMWELL MONTAQUE
513466 WD 1132 514 $27,000.00 L22(A) ROSEWOOD PK #1
Grantor: SALANO BARTOLA EDWARD
Grantee: COLLINS GRADY
513468 .D 1132 518 $0.00 L4 FANNING SPGS WOODED
ESTS, WMH
Grantor: BROYLES KIMBERLY L BAILEY
Grantee: BAILEY THOMAS
513469 E 1132 519 $0.00 BDY 18-11-15, PARCEL 01577-003-
00
Grantor: BAYLOR KENNETH L, BAYLOR SARAH T
Grantee: CFEC INC
513470 E 1132 520 $0.00 BDY 18-11-15, PARCEL #01577-
004-00
Grantors: BAYLOR KENNETH L, BAYLOR SARAH T
Grantee: CFEC INC
513471 E 1132 521 $0.00 L9-10(5) FANNING SPGS ANNEX
Grantors: CHATTIN MORRIS R, CHATTIN NETTlE, CHATTIN
NETTLE LOU
Grantee: CFEC INC
513472 E 1132 522 $0.00 L18(0) ELEANOR VILLAGE SD
Grantor: DUPREE JOHN
Grantee: CFEC INC
513473 E 1132 523 $0.00 L68 SILVER OAKS SD PHASE 3
Grantors: KIRK BOBBY R, KIRK LORRAINE S
Grantee: CFEC INC
513474 E 1132 524 $0.00 L33(J) COUNTRY EST
Grantors: DASS RICHARD, DASS KARLA
Grantee: CFEC INC
513475 E 1132 525 $0.00 L103(5) WHITTEDS MH EST
Grantor: MOSER ROGER L, JORDAN LINDA,
JORDAN LINDA S
Grantee: CFEC INC
513476 E 1132 526 $0.00 L4(B) CAMP AZALEA
Grantors: STRADER ROBERT W, STRADER KRISTIEA
Grantee: CFEC INC
513477 E 1132 527 $0.00 L9-10, BDYL8(B)US 19#6ADD
Grantors: ALLIGTOR ENT INC, FOSTER JACK
Grantee: CFEC INC
513478 E 1132 528 $0.00 L6(3C) MEADOWS OF BEAUTIFUL
BRONSON
Grantors: WILSON MILAM, WILSON EDITH P
Grantee: CFEC INC
513479 E 1132 529 $0.00 BDY NW1/4 NW1/4 24-11-15,
PARCEL #01625-001-00
Grantor: PATE JASON
Grantee: CFEC INC
513480 E 1132 530 $0.00 L21(32) FOURTH
ADD TO BRONSON HTS
Grantors: MUSSELWHITE TIMOTHY E, HASSELL CRYSTAL G,
MUSSELWHITE TIM


Grantor: WYLIE THERESA M
Grantee: WYLIE KENNETH J
513647 WD 1133 62 $10.00 L4 S&H FARMS, TYPE II SD
Grantors: S & H FARMS, SCALES & HUNTER

Grantees: SHRADER VIOLA K, SHRADER BOBBY M
08/04/2008
513659 WD 1133 101 $0.00 L6-7(7)A F KNOTTS LAND COS
FIRST SD TO TOWN OF YANKEETOWN
Grantor: SCHWALL MARVIN
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Veterans honored with parade and ceremony
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WWII veteran Dogan Cobb, 98, at the Veterans' Day Ceremony.


Levy County has its share of war heroes, and some of them were present Tuesday for
the Veterans Day Parade in Bronson and the ceremony that followed.
Among them were 98-year-old Dogan Cobb, a cook
who served in the U.S. Army during WWII and was
S awarded five battle stars, and 91-year-old John Hardee,
a WWII veteran who served in Germany.
SAlso present was Sam Wasson, a Chiefland veteran
who fought in WWII, the Korean War and Vietnam
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Before the parade began on U.S. 27A, Susan
One of the many floats Carrignan, of Chiefland VFW Rebel Auxiliary, tied
featuring veterans, yellow ribbons around oak trees at the Levy County
Courthouse. She said tying yellow ribbons is a
symbolic prayer to bring the troops home safely. She
said it began in the Civil War.
Wasson was unable to participate in the parade, but he was
present to watch the Veterans Day ceremony at the Veterans
Monument below the American Flag and Missing-In-Action
Flag at one end of the courthouse.
',s He said the country has begun to realize the contributions
of veterans.
"I really think the country is having an awakening. Almost
every day we see it," Wasson said.
Americans are showing more interest and know more
about American troops in service and what is involved, he
said.
WWII veteran James Cobb, who will be 98 in about a month, said he probably
Disdale (right) and is alive today because he was a cook in the war, but he said it
Vietnam veteran Gary was still dangerous living in a combat zone.
Johnson wait for the "I spent a lot of time in my foxhole," he said.


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Bronson celebrates homecoming win over McClay


Coach claims


100th victory

By Terry Witt
Staff Writer

Bronson easily defeated McClay High
School Friday 38-13, giving the Eagles a
homecoming win and Coach Al Cooksey
his 100th career victory.
It was the team's fourth victory this
season.
The, senior-dominated Eagles used a
balanced air and ground attack to dominate
on offense. The defense intercepted six
passes.
"That's how we can play," said Cooksey.
"We still had a ton of pernalties. We lost
some discipline, but we're happy to get a
win."
Virgil Greenlee came away with the
biggest hit of the night, a collision heard
in the stands as a receiver tried to cross in
front of him. The receiver bounced away,
however, and had to be stopped downfield.
Mike Sinclair, Jessie Waybright and
Rudolfo Contreras also produced teeth-
grinding tackles, winning approval from
the partial hometown crowd.
Cooksey said it was gratifying to win his
100th game, but reaching the century mark
wasn't his highest priority.


Bronson head coach Al Cooksey accepts a plaque commemorating his 100th
win as a head coach.


"It's not so much I got my 100th win," he
said. "It's that we got a team win."
The Eagles got off to a perfect start when
Contreras recovered at the McClay 24.
Quarterback Kelby Barber scored, three
plays later, on a 15-yard keeper with 7:56
left in the first quarter.
A wobbly punt by McClay in the second
quarter left Bronson at the McClay 38-yard
line. Greenlee caught a 24-yard pass from
Kelby two plays later for a touchdown.
Powers added the extra point, giving
Bronson at 14-0 lead with 6:50 left in the half.


Three minutes later, a deflected pass was
intercepted by Contreras and returned to the
McClay 9-yard line. Barber ran the ball to
the 6. He threw a lateral pass to Greenlee on
the next play, who tossed a halfback pass to
C.J. King for the touchdown. Powers added
the extra point with 3:28 left in the half.
Early in the third quarter, Bronson drove
48 yards to score on a 1-yard Contreras run,
extending Bronson's lead to 28-0 with 8:16
left in the quarter.
McClay scored late in the third quarter
on a 5-yard pass, but Powers responded


with a 22-yard field goal with 10:16 left in
the fourth. The field goal gave Bronson a
31-7 edge.
The Eagles' final score came on an
80-yard touchdown run by freshman A.J.
Graham with 3:12 left in the game. Powers
added the extra point.
McClay's final score came with no
time left on the clock in the fourth quarter.
Bronson stopped McClay short of the goal
line as the clock ran -to double zeroes.
However, officials gave McClay the ball
with no explanation. McClay scored from
a foot away.
Passing: Kelby Barber completed six
of 20 passes for 90 yards passing, one
touchdown and two interceptions. Virgil
Greenlee threw a 6-yard touchdown pass.
Rushing: Jessie Waybright 14-110,
one touchdown; A.J. Graham 2-82, one
touchdown; Kelby Barber 11-51, one
touchdown; Virgil Greenlee 12-39.
Receiving: C.J. King, 2-14,' one
touchdown; Jessie Waybright, 1-1; Virgil
Greenlee 2-32, one touchdown; Raymie
Powers 2-34 and Rudolfo Contreras 2-8,,
one touchdown.
Defense: Mike Sinclair, five solo tackles,
one assist, two sacks; Rudolfo Contreras six
solo tackles, two assists, two interceptions,
one fumble recovery; A.J. Graham three
solo tackles, three assists, two interceptions
and one forced fumble; Harold Hicks, four
solo tackles, one assist.


'Mr. Williston' leads Williston over Santa Fe, 60-27


By Steve Jarboe
Sports Editor


Travis Evans ran over, around and through the
Santa Fe Raiders defense for four first-quarter
scores, part of a six-touchdown performance, as
Williston beat Santa Fe 60-27 Friday.
Evans totaled421 all-purpose yards and also
caught a two-point conversion pass as Williston
improved to 6-3 overall, and 2-1 in district play.
Evans was voted "Mr. Williston" during
homecoming festivities, but said it was the first
play of the game that gave him greater motivation
to play well.
"What triggered me was when I saw .the
unsportsmanlike play by the Raiders," he said.
Evans was referring to the play before the first
snap of the game. Red Devil center Jared Mills
was over the ball with his head down when the
middle linebacker from Santa Fe jumped offside
and slammed him with a forearm to the back of
his head. Mills was injured and was down on the
field for nearly 15 minutes before being able to
Williston running back Travis Evans runs for a touchdown vs. Santa walk off.
Fe during his team's homecoming game Friday.

Indians can't get past Union County


By Rick Burnham
Editor

LAKE BUTLER Friday's district 4 match-up
between Chiefland and Union County was all about
"numbers," as in the numbers of players and coaches
on each side, along with the dimensions of a giant,
Jumbotron scoreboard that loomed over the playing
field.
In the end, the only ones that really counted were
"47-14," the final score of a frustrating evening of
football for the team from Levy County.
The Tigers broke open a close game with four
second-quarter touchdowns and sealed the win
with a pair of scores late in the game. Deven Perry,
Najeeb Smith and Bryan Holmes accounted for a
pair of touchdowns apiece, and quarterback Chris
Alexander chipped in with a pair of scoring passes.
Chiefland enjoyed brief moments of hope during
a scoreless first quarter, and over a five-minute span
of the second half- but otherwise fell flat, dropping
its third district contest and now fifth overall. Dane
Cothron got the Indians on the board with a 3-yard
touchdown run with 3:04 left in the third quarter, and
Tommy Sheffield rumbled in from a yard out with
10:35 left in the game.
Perry got the home team on the scoreboard with a
7-yard scoring run with 9:57 left in the first half. The


The officials called the action intentional and
marked off 30 yards against the Raiders.
Williston Head Coach Jamie Baker said after
the game, "We took that first play personal and it
was definitely planned."
Evans went on to say, "When I saw my best
friend laying on the field, that really triggered
me. Jared and I grew up together and we look
out for one another. I dedicated myself to getting
them back for him.".
Get back was just what Evans did in this
game.
Two plays into the game, Evans broke loose
for a 25-yard scamper into the end zone for his
first touchdown of the night. The two-point try
was no good and the Red Devils led 6-0. After the
Raiders punted the ball, Evans took the handoff
on the Red Devils first play of their second series
and blasted 57 yards for his second touchdown.
The two point attempt failed and the Red Devils
led 12-0 with 7:50 left in the first quarter.
The Raiders mounted their own drive through


See Williston, Page 12B


junior added an 18-yard scamper minutes later, and
the Tigers led 14-0 with 5:53 left.
Alexander tossed scoring passes to a pair of
receivers later in the half, a 4-yarder to Brodie Ellis
with 2:29 left, and a 10-yarder to Smith with only
28 seconds remaining. Successful extra points from
Alvin Jernigan made it 28-0 at the intermission.
The situation got better for Chiefland in the second
half, but only after it got slightly worse. Holmes took
the kickoff and raced 98 yards for a score to begin
the half and put his team up 34-0.
As it so often has this season, Chiefland responded
well to the adversity. Cothron opened his team's
third possession of the half with a 30-yard gallop to
the Union County 42-yard line. After a personal foul
penalty on the Tigers, Chiefland quarterback Zach
Tyson connected with wideout Cantrell Richardson
for a 23-yard toss to the Union County 7. Cothron
dove across the goal line three plays later to put his
team on the board.
Chiefland recovered an onside kick moments
later, and used the momentum to forge a nine-play,
42-yard drive. Tyson got the series off to a good start
with a 17-yard scamper, and Sheffield finished it off
with a 1-yard plunge. Garrett Schmidt's extra point
made it 34-14 with 10:35 left in the game.


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Lady Red Devils
young but solid
By Steve Jarboe
Sports Editor

Last season, the Williston Lady Red
Devils beat every team in their district
both games except for the PK Yonge Blue
Wave. They ended with an 8-2 district
record and finished
as district runner-up
in the tournament,
again losing to the
Blue Wave.
That Lady Red
Devil team is now
one year older, and
the freshmen are now
sophomores, and Odom
there are five additional
freshmen joining the young team this
season.
"One of the players I will be looking
at for one of our team leaders this year is
senior Kim Dobbins," said Head Coach
Jason Odom. Dobbins received All Area
Honorable Mention last season along
with sophomore Erica Mason.
The Lady Devils finished 18-10
overall last season, and Odom has high
expectations from this young group of
returning players. "We have 14 young
ladies out this season compared to the
eight we had last season," Odom said.
"Our team willobe made up of mostly
freshmen and sophomores again this.
season with three seniors and no juniors,"
Odom continued. "We averaged 60
points a game last season and we left an
average of 15 points a game at the free
throw line as we shot just 40 percent.
Our free throw shooting must improve
if we expect to play well this season,"
said Odom.
The Red Devils will again rely on their
speed and full-court pressure defense to
create turnovers. "Our scoring comes
from, our ability to create turnovers,
because we have no height under the
board," Odom said.
doismit m ilsosligh expe.tati6ns from
his returningsophomore starter from-last
season, Kae'etta Jackson. "She is a year
older and her defense has improved and
she will add to our scoring on offense,"
Odom said. Freshmen Ericka Floyd and
Cinnemon Robinson are expected to see
plenty of action for the Red Devils as the
season progresses.
The Red Devils will begin their season
at home on Nov. 18, at 4:30 p.m., as they
host the Hawthorne Lady Hornets. They
will travel to Chiefland for their first
district game Nov. 20. Game time for
this match up is 6 p.m.


Red Devils hope to build on last season


By Steve Jarboe
Sports Editor

The Williston Red Devils will be starting off the
season this year with high
expectations. Head Coach ,r,\\ : l ,
Dave Vespignani is hoping
to build on his team's \ .wC
successes from last season. -
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for Vespignani to have ),,\ \
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his still young Red Devils
team. The Red Devils are
returning 10 players who
started at least one game Vespignani
last season as a freshman or
sophomore. This season, the Red Devils will not
have a senior in their lineup on the varsity team.
"Our first goal this season is to win our first
game," Vespignani said.
Vespignani continued, "Don't be surprised, as
you will more than likely see a different starting
five every game we play during the regular season.
We have nine definite varsity players and the other
four will be iotating'ffrom varsity to junior varsity
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season in 2008

By Rick Burnham
Editor

With only a single win to their credit a year ago, Emily
Gore and the Chiefland Lady Indians are looking forward to
better things in 2008.
They are off to somewhat of a rough start.
Chiefland lost a returning starter to a disciplinary action
resulting from a graffiti incident at the school, and another to
a torn meniscus injury.
As a result, the Lady Indians will be somewhat young
when they hit the floor for their first game, Tuesday, against
First Academy.
"We are going to be very, very young this year," Gore
said. "I have got one returning varsity starter from last year's
team at the end of the year Katelyn Allen. I have the core
group that was our junior varsity last year all bumped up to
the varsity."
Gore is taking a wait-and-see approach to find out if the
youngsters are ready to take on the added responsibility..
"There are a couple of girls who we need to do big things
for us," she said.
The coach said her team will stress defense and
fundamentals.
"We are not going to be one of those teams that scores a
lot of points," she said. "We have to make sure we can do the
little things right, and play some defense along the way."
Junior CJ Jack, one of the players who has moved up from
the JV, will hopefully play a key role after returning from thq
meniscus injury.
Madalyn McCray will also move up from the JV, Gore
said.
"It will be a little bit different for her," Gore said.
Other players on this year's team include senior Renashia
Bowers, junior Sharnese Rome, sophomores Charlene Davis
and Janessa Barrios, and freshman Kadijah Bowers.
"Bowers has a knee situation going on as well," Gore said.
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Low 7:59 a.m.
High 2:25 p.m.
Low 7:51 p.m.
High 1:09 a.m.
Low 8:47 a.m.
High 3:16 p.m.
Low 8:32 p.m.
High 1:51 a.m.
Low 9:36 a.m.
High 4:09 p.m.
Low 9:16 p.m.
High 2:38 a.m.


Height/ Sunrise/ Moon
Feet Sunset Time


,4.2
-1
3.4
1.6
4.3
-1.1
3.2
1.7
4.3
-1
3
1.7
4.3
-0.8
2.9
1.7
4.1
-0.4
2.7
1.7
3.7
-0.1
2.7
1.6
3.4
0.3
2.8

3.7
-0.9
3
1.5
3.8
-1
2.8
1.6
3.8
-0.9
2.6
1.6
3.8


6:55 a.m.
5:38 p.m.


6:55 a.m.
5:38 p.m.


6:56 a.m.
5:37 p.m.


6:57 a.m.
5:37 p.m.


6:58 a.m.
5:37 p.m.


6:59 a.m.
5:36 p.m.


6:59 a.m.
5:36 p.m.


6:55 a.m.
5:39 p.m.


6:56 a.m.
5:38 p.m.


6:57 a.m.
5:38 p.m.


6:58 a.m.


Set 7:21 a.m.
Rise 5:52 p.m.


Set 8:33 a.m.
Rise 6:52 p.m.


Set 9:41 a.m.
Rise 7:59 p.m.


Set 10:42 a.m.
Rise 9:10 p.m.


Set 11:33 a.m.
Rise 10:19 p.m.


Set 12:16-p.m.
Rise 11:26 p.m.


Set 12:53 p.m.



Set 7:22 a.m.
Rise 5:52 p.m.


Set 8:34 a.m.
Rise 6:52 p.m.


Set 9:42 a.m.
Rise 7:59 p.m.


Set 10:43 a.m.


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Date


High/ Tide
Low Times


16 Low
16 High
16 Low
Mon 17 High
17 Low
17 High
17 Low
Tues 18 High
18 Low
18 High
Wed 19 Low
19 High
19 Low
19 High
Withlacoochee River
Thurs 13 High
43 Low
13 High
13 Low
Fri 14 High
14 Low
14 High
14 Low
Sat 15 High
15 Low
15 High
15 Low
Sun 16 High
16 Low
16 High
16 Low
Mon 17 High
17 Low
17 High
17 Low
Tues 18 High
18 Low
18 High
Wed 19 Low
19 High
19 Low


10:28 a.m.
5:02 p.m.
10:05 p.m.
3:30 a.m.
11:22 a.m.
5:57 p.m.
11:02 p.m.
4:30 a.m.
12:18 p.m.
6:53 p.m.
12:10 a.m.
5:43 a.m.
1:17 p.m.
7:47 p.m.
Entrance
12:31 a.m.
8:36 a.m.
2:26 p.m.
8:28 p.m.
1:10 a.m.
9:24 a.m.
3:17 p.m.
9:09 p.m.
1:52 a.m.
10:13 a.m.
4:10 p.m.
9:53 p.m.
2:39 a.m.
11:05 a.m.
5:03 p.m.
10:42 p.m.
3:31 a.m.
11:59 a.m.
5:58 p.m.
11:39 p.m.
4:31 a.m.
12:55 p.m.
6:54 p.m.
12:47 a.m.
5:44 a.m.
1:54 p.m.


Height/
Feet
-0.8
2.6
1.6
3.6
-0.4
2.4
1.6
3.3
-0.1
2.4
1.5
3
0.3
2.5

3.8
-0.9
3.1
1.5
3.9
-1
2.9
1.6
3.9
-0.9
2.7
1.6
3.9
-0.8
2.6
1.6
3.7
-0.4
2.5
1.6
3.4
-0.1
2.5
1.5
3.1
0.3


Sunrise
Sunset


Moon
Time


5:37 p.m. Rise 9:10 p.m.


6:59 a.m.
5:37 p.m.


6:59 a.m.
5:36 p.m.

7:00 a.m.
5:36 p.m.



6:53 a.m.
5:38 p.m.


6:54 a.m.
5:37 p.m.


6:55 a.m.
5:37 p.m.


6:56 a.m.
5:36 p.m.


6:57 a.m.
5:36 p.m.


6:57 a.m.
5:35 p.m.

6:58 a.m.
5:35 p.m.


Set 11:34 a.m.
Rise 10:20 p.m.


Set 12:17 p.m.
Rise 11:26 p.m.

Set 12:54 p.m.




Set 7:19 a.m.
Rise 5:52 p.m.


Set 8:32 a.m.
Rise 6:52 p.m.


Set 9:40 a.m.
Rise 7:58 p.m.


Set 10:40 a.m.
Rise 9:09 p.m.


Set 11:32 a.m.
Rise 10:18 p.m.


Set 12:15 p.m.
Rise 11:25 p.m.

Set 12:52 p.m.


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Ellisville Livestock Report
Weighted Average Report for 11/5/2008

Receipts: 697 Last Week: 914 Year Ago: 642
Slaughter cows and bulls 2.00 to 5.00 lower. Feeder
steers and heifers steady. Feeder and replacement cows
2.00 to 5.00 lower. 32 percent slaughter cows, 1 percent
slaughter bulls, 30 percent feeder steers, 24 percent feeder
heifers, and 13 percent feeder and
replacement cows.
Slaughter Cows Breaker 75-80%
Wt Range Avg Wt Price Range Avg Price
1205-1585 1318 39.00-47.00 43.4
1235-1285 1252 36.00-38.00 37.15LowDress
1600-2115 1741 42.50-46.50 44.67
Slaughter Cows Boner 80-85%
Wt Range Avg Wt Price Range Avg Price
905-1185 1059 36.00-45.00 39.85
875-1130 930 30.00-35.50 32.48LowDress
Slaughter Bulls Y.G. 1
Wt Range Avg Wt Price Range Avg Price
1895-2020 1937 56.00-62.00 58.09

Feeder Steers and Bulls Medium and Large 1-2
Wt Range Avg Wt Price Range Avg Price
220-235 230 150.00-157.50 155.11
255-295 276 116.00-128.00 123.73
300-345 319 115.00-124.00 116.95
360-395 369 106.00-112.00 107.76
410-445 428 96.00-106.00 101.43
460-485 466 93.00-96.00 94.02
510-535 527 89.00-92.00 89.97
Feeder Steers and Bulls Medium and Large 2-3
Wt Range Avg Wt Price Range Avg Price
265-290 276 112.00-116.00 114.43
320-335 330 100.00-110.00 103.23
360-385 372 96.00-103.00 99.79
420-440 435 86.00-94.00 89.57
455-485 466 80.00-88.00 85.15
520-545 537 76.00-83.00 80.74
560-585 570 70.00-75.00 72.77
Feeder Heifers Medium and Large 1-2
Wt Range Avg Wt Price Range Avg Price
200-230 220 100.00-141.00 112.42
255-285 265 97.00-104.00 99.41
300-345 319 90.00-101.00 94.12
365-395 378 88.00-92.00 89.62
405-430 418 87.00-92.00 88.77
465-485 468 79.00-82.00 79.85
510-535 527 77.00-81.00 78.29
560-585 577 75.00-79.00 76.29
Feeder Heifers Medium and Large 2-3
Wt Range Avg Wt Price Range Avg Price
255-280 265 91.00-95.00 93.36
300-340 320 87.00-90.00 88.41
355-385 375 83.00-86.00 85.05
415-440 423 76.00-81.00 77.73
455-495 475 72.00-75.00 73.44
505-545 532 69.00-73.00 70.27
565-590 580 66.00-73.00 70.29
Bred Cows Medium and Large 1-2
Wt Range Avg Wt Price Range Avg Price
695-1150 974 49.00-79.00 67.16


Fishing for the truth

By Tracy Beck





















It was my second best


day of fishing ever

Well, it had been a pretty good day already. I
had shot my first deer, a 4-point buck, earlier in the
morning. There is nothing like that first hunt of the
season. By the afternoon the kids and dogs were
running all over the place like wild Indians. ,
My friend Clayton had wanted to take the airboat
out for a spin, so I invited him to come on down
to the family camp and we would take it out to the
marsh.
Now, if you have never been on the marsh, it is
hard to explain miles of small creeks and marsh grass.
To the eyes of others it probably isn't much to look at;
to me it is peace and quiet.
Anyway, getting back to fishing: We backed the
boat off and took it out the creek that runs behind the
camp. Well, we stopped right there thinking we may
not have enough water to get back in.
We decided we had better wait until the tide started
coming in. While waiting we decided to cast out.
It was not two minutes until the first nice red was
caught and brought into the boat.
Well, every cast was a good one. We are proud to
say we practiced catch and release. It was so good we
stayed right there and fished that hole the rest of the
afternoon.
We never had as good a fishing day but one other
time, and that's another story. Tracy Beck

Got a whopper of a hunting or fishing story? We're
looking for your buck scrapes and fishy tales. E-
mail your story with photo to editor@levyjournal.
com, or call (352) 490-4462.


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Fri 14
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Sun 16
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Mon 17
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Tues 18
18
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Wed 19
19
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Community Events


Levy

County

School

Lunch

Menus


Thursday, Nov. 13
Fried chicken or hot
dog w/ bun
Mashed potatoes w/
gravy
Winter mix/celery
stick w/dip
Spiced apples/mix
fruit
Homemade wheat
rolls
Assorted milk 1%-2%

Friday, Nov. 14
Pizza or fish Sand.
Tater tots/Salad/
Buttered corn
Cherry pie/tangerine
Assorted Milk. 1%-2%

Monday, Nov. 17
Grilled cheese sand
or Pizza dipper w/
spaghetti sauce
Vegetable soup/
broccoli
Tater tots
Chilled.peaches/apple
Assorted Milk 1%-2%

Tuesday, Nov. 18
Lasagna or Rib-A-
Que Sandwich
Green Peas/Salad/
Corn
Chilled Mix Fruit/
Orange
Homemade Wheat
Rolls
Assorted Milk 1%-2%

Wednesday, Nov. 19
Pizza/Hamburger
Salad/Green Peas
Lettuce/Tomato
Apple/Chilled Pears
Assorted Milk 1%-2%

Thursday, Nov. 20
Turkey & Drssing/
Pizza
Mashed Potatoes w/
Gravy
Green Beans/
Cranberry Sauce/
Buttered Corn
Fruit Cup Mis
Homemade Rolls
Assorted Milk 1%-2%


Dixie's Antiques, Business After Hours, Nov. 13
Dixie's Antiques is sponsoring a Williston Area Chamber of
Commerce Business After Hours on Nov. 13 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. All
area business and city personnel are invited to attend and browse through
the store. This will be a great opportunity to see what a wonderful,
hassle-free, shopping experience that Dixie's provides right here in
Williston. Start your Christmas shopping early. There is something for
everyone on your list here. Some dealers will be present to give you
great deals. Refreshments will be served and door prizes given out.
Also a special award will be given by the City of Williston Community
Redevelopment Agency. Dixie's Antiques is located at 112 W. Noble
Ave., Williston.

Amvets Post #88 new home
The Amvets Post #88 of Bronson has just officially opened the new
Post home. Our new Post home is located at 10050 N.E. St. Rd. 24, next
to Bronson Speedway. We would like to extend an invitation to anyone
who would like to join our organization. Please feel free to stop by and
pick up an application. The applications include anyone qualified for
Amvets, Amvets Auxilary, or the Sons of the Amvets. If you have any
questions concerning eligibility, please stop by and someone will answer
all your questions. We are very proud of our new beautiful building and
our projects that we do for our veterans and the community. We would
love to see you there.

Saint Leo University spring registration at Gilchrist Center
Saint Leo University in Trenton is gearing up for registering students
for spring classes beginning on Jan. 7. Registration will begin Nov. 3 at
the center in Gilchrist County.
Courses will be available both onsite and online. The courses available
onsite include elementary education, business, criminal justice and
psychology. Online courses will cover the previously mentioned fields,
as well as computer information systems, healthcare management, and
social work to name a few.
The Saint Leo University Gilchrist Center is located on County Road
307A in Trenton. For more information on Saint Leo University's
Gilchrist Center, call Deanna Castell at (352) 463-8541.

Chiefland's Annual Christmas and Winter Festival involvement
Join in Chiefland's Annual Christmas and Winter Festival, "Make
a Joyful Noise," held Saturday, Dec. 6. Vendors, artists, fundraisers,
entertainers and volunteers are needed. Non-profit groups are invited
to sell food items or crafts for charity fundraising. Dancers, choirs,
;musicians and other entertainers are also invited to perform.
Local businesses are reminded to enter the storefront decorating
contest. Winning parade entries will also be acknowledged. And those
interested in participating in the Merchants' Lighting Contest, call the
Chamber office by 2 p.m., Dec. 1, to be put on the judges' route. Winners
will be published.
For further details or registration forms, go to www.chieflandchamber.
com/winter.html, E-mail chieflandchamber@bellsouth.net or call the
Greater Chiefland Area Chamber of Commerce at (352) 493-1849.


The Suwannee Valley Players Presents "A Nice Family Gathering,"
Nov.7-Nov.16
The Suwannee Valley Players will be opening their theatrical season
with the holiday family performance of "A Nice Family Gathering."
This dramedyy" by Phil Olsen is produced by special arrangement with
Samuel French, Inc.
The Lundeen family is gathering for Thanksgiving for the first time
since Dad died last winter. Carl (Gregory Mercier), the middle son,
arrives to find that Mom (Janice Grant) is having problems with the
loss of her husband of 35 years. He is surprised to find that Dad (James
Woodham) has returned as a ghost that only he can see and hear, and he
really wants no part of dead Dad's urgent need to finally tell his wife that
he loves her.
The play will open on Nov. 7 at 8 p.m. with additional performances
on Nov. 8 at 8 p.m. and Nov. 9 at 2:30 p.m. and will continue the
following week with performances on Thursday, Nov. 13, Friday, Nov.
14 and Saturday, Nov. 15 at 8 p.m., and Sunday, Nov. 16 at 2:30 p.m.
The play will have a special performance on Nov. 13 to help with the
local food drive. This is also the senior/student night where those still
in school and those over the age of 55 will receive a discount to the
performance; in addition, anyone who brings a non-perishable food
item to be donated to lbcal food banks, will receive $1 off admission
price. Let's help all those in need this Holiday season have a Happy
Thanksgiving.
All performances will be held at the home of the Suwannee Valley
Players, The Chief Theater located on Park Avenue, right across from
the Chiefland Police Station. The Suwannee Valley Players have been
providing the Tri-County area with quality theatrical performances for 26
years.


Holy Family Thrift Shop in Williston, Saturdays
Have you visited and browsed around the Angel House?
We are located on 27A outside of Williston Village toward
Bronson.
You will find some nice bargain prices, and we have a
good inventory to choose from. Come on in and wander
around and see all our various items. We are eager to aid
our neighbors.
You will find our Thrift Shop at Holy Family Catholic
Church. We are open to the public every Saturday from 9
a.m. to noon.

CFCC Levy Center Digital Camera Workshop, Nov. 13
How to Purchase a Digital Camera will meet on
Thursday, Nov. 13, from 6 to 8 p.m. In this two-hour
workshop you will learn what all the jargon means and


Ticket Prices:
Adults $8
Student $6
(muler Sfn e, but may
have to sit in lap)
SPECIAL EVENT NIGHT
Thur.-Nov. 13
Seniors (55 & over),
Students (with ID) &
any one that brings a
non-perishable jod item
(help stock area food
banks) RECEIVE $1
off Regular Ticket Price!

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just how important it is in selecting the right camera. Learn to evaluate
features such as size, weight, design, optical vs. digital zoom, auto vs.
manual control, storage, batteries, limited movie and sound capabilities,
and more. The workshop will also cover what else you may need for
your computer to take full advantage of your new camera. If you are
planning to upgrade, bring your old camera and we will help you decide.
The workshop will be presented by Master Photographer Bill Kilborn.
The fee is $15 and the registration deadline is Thursday, Nov. 6.
You may enroll at the Levy Center, by telephone at (352) 493-9533,
or online at www.CFCCtraining.com.

World War II Club meeting, Nov. 13
The World War II Club will meet on Thursday, Nov. 13, at 11:30
a.m. at Smokey's Bar-B-Que & Steakhouse, 16368 S.E. Hwy 19, Cross
City. All World War II veterans are welcome to join us for a Dutch-treat
luncheon and camaraderie.
Our guest speaker last month, Joyce Tamow, had some eye-opening
statistics for us concerning immigration. We met at Billy Jack's in
Williston with some 34 members and friends present.
We have lost two very dear members. Dorothy Muff passed away
Saturday, Oct. 19. A memorial service for her will be held Saturday, Npy.
22, at Holy Family Catholic Church in Williston. Sue Simons died Nov.
1. Her burial was on Tuesday, Nov. 4, at Union Baptist Church Cemetery
in Trenton. Our deepest sympathy to their families.
Any and all WW II veterans are invited to ride in the Veterans Day
parade on Tuesday, Nov. 11. Tank Lee will provide us with a float to ride
on. It will be easy access with chairs to sit on. Wheelchairs are welcome.
To make sure we provide plenty of seating space, give us a call at (352)
542-7697 (Dot) or (352) 493-9368 (Billie).

SRWMD Governing Board meeting, Nov. 13 and 14
On Thursday, Nov. 13, the Suwannee River Water Management
District's Governing Board will meet at 9 a.m. at the Steinhatchee
Community Center, 1013 S. Riverside Drive, Steinhatchee. The meeting
is to consider district business and conduct public hearings on regulatory
and land acquisition matters. A governing board workshop will follow at:
1:30 p.m.
On Friday, Nov. 14, 2008, the Suwannee River Water Management
District's Governing Board will meet at 8:30 a.m. at the Steinhatchee.
Community Center for a continuation of the workshop. All meetings,
workshops, and hearings are open to the public.

Tri-County Nursing Home celebrates Christmas in November, Nov.
14
Please come join us Friday, Nov:'14, from 8 a.m. to1 ppm -and shop
at our humongous yard sale. We will have boiled peanuts made fresh on
site, and you can enjoy a hot dog lunch with chips and drink for just $3.
Sample and take home some of our delectable homemade baked goods.
Get your Christmas shopping started or finished early and help us make a
happy Christmas for our residents!

Holy Family Church Fish Fry, Nov. 14
The Ladies Guild and the Fellowship Ministry at Holy Family Church
in Williston are having a fish fry meal at the church located at 17353
N.E. Hwy 27 Alt. on Nov. 14 at 6 p.m. The adult price is $7 and the
child's price is $4. Take outs are available. Proceeds will go to help
people in our community.
We will have door prizes of a free ticket to the next fish fry meal.
Also, there will be a drawing for an individual winner with a small gift in
appreciation of their attending this dinner.

CFCC Concrete yard art program, Nov. 14
The Levy Center of CFCC invites you to try your hand at a new art
form concrete yard art. Cedar Key artist Susan Seyfarth will conduct
a five-hour workshop in the "backyard" of the Levy Center, 114 Rodgers
Blvd. in Chiefland, on Friday, Nov. 14, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. There
will be a short break for lunch. The $75 fee includes all materials and
equipment. Each participant will be able to create two pieces to take
home. No prior experience is necessary.
Register in person at the Levy Center, by telephone at (352) 493-9533
or online at www.CFCCtraining.com (select Levy noncredit catalog).
The deadline to register is Monday, Nov. 10.

FFA Alumni Fish Fry, Nov. 14
The FFA Alumni will hold a fish fry starting at 5 p.m. at the Ag.
Building on Nov. 14 for $7. Menu includes, fish, hushpuppies, grits,
baked beans, cole slaw, dessert, tea and lemonade.

20-Year Chiefland High Reunion, Nov. 14
Anyone who graduated from Chiefland in 1988 is invited to attend a
social on Nov. 14 at the CHS Library from 6-7 p.m. then attend the CHS
homecoming game.
On Nov. 15, we will meet in Gainesville to be shuttled to Jacksonville
for a Suncruz.The Suncruz will be $15 a person. Anyone interested,
See Calendar, page 5B


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'A Nice Family Gathering"

A comedy by, PHIL OLSON
Nov. 7-8-9, Fri., Sat. & Sun. / Nov. 13-14-15-16, 77mr., Fri., Sat. & Sun.
Times: All performances at 8pm, Sunday matinees at 2:30pm
The Chief Theatre
25 E. Park Ave Chiefland, FL 352-493-ARTS
Email: suwanneevalleyplayers@gmail.com Web Page: www.svplayers.com
Produced by Special Arrangements with Samuel French. Inc.


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please call Christy Couch at (352) 486-3114

Bronson United Methodist Church Christmas Bazaar, Nov. 13
You are invited to the Anzonetta Epperson Circle Annual Christmas Bazaar to be
held on Thursday, Nov. 13, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Bronson United Methodist Church.
Lunch will be served throughout with soup, muffin, dessert and tea for $5.
Come and shop with us and bring your friends.

Lighthouse Word Church's Harvest Festival, Nov. 15
It's Harvest Festival time at Lighthouse Word Church on Sat., Nov. 15, from 1 p.m.
5 p.m. There will be free rides and game booths, including a Toddler Town, face
painting, a huge Bungee Run, Kidee Train, Giant Slide, Moon Walk, Obstacle Course,
Space Ball and a 30-foot Rock Climbing Wall. We also have great live entertainment
lined up, a cake walk and auction, and lots of good door prizes. There will be plenty
of good food including cotton candy, popcorn, snow cones and hot dogs and chili.
So bring the kids of all ages, and enjoy a great day of good, clean fun. Lighthouse
Word Church is located 3 miles east of Chiefland on Alt. 27. Call 493-1554 for more
information.,

National Gaming Day at your library, Nov. 15
In the 21st century, libraries are about much more than books. On Saturday, Nov.
15, hundreds of libraries throughout the country will showcase gaming programs and
services in support of National Gaming Day @ your library (NGD). Gaming of all types
at the library encourages young patrons to interact with a diverse group of peers, share
their expertise with others (including adults), and develop new strategies for gaming
and learning. The American Library-Association has arranged a donation of the game
Pictureka! to every public library branch in the U.S. Stop by your local branch, on
Saturday, Nov. 15 and join in on the fun.

Trenton Fall Fiber Festival, Nov. 15
The Trenton Fall Fiber Festival'will be held, rain or shine, on Saturday, Nov. 15, on
the platform of the historic Trenton Train Depot from noon to 4 p.m.
Knitters, spinners, felters, and weavers are invited to come to the Depot for an
afternoon of fiber arts indulgence. There will be raw fiber, yam, rovings and batts,
spinning tools, tanned hides, interesting fiber people, and live music! Some of the
vendors are: Rocket Yam (Lake City), Picnicknits, Ginger Clark (Hanks in Gainesville)
with batts, and handspun, Doves Roost Yams (local Gulf Coast Native handspun yams),
Dare to Dream Alpacas of Newberry (fiber and yams), Jan Tucker with tanned hides,
and a felter or two.
Come on out to the Depot. Spindles, wheels, and pointy sticks are welcome! We're
right next door to the world-famous Suwannee Valley Quilt Shoppe on Rt 129 aka Main
St in beautiful downtown Trenton. For more info, call Ellen Hogan at (352) 472-7632.

RABAC Pancake Breakfast, Nov. 15
The Recreation Advisory Board Activities Committee (RABAC) is sponsoring a
Pancake Breakfast on Saturday, Nov. 15, at the Inglis Community Center, from 8 a.m.
to noon. An adult breakfast will include four pancakes, four sausages and a drink for $5.
Children under 12 years of age will be given two pancakes, two sausages and a drink for
$3.
'GulfHannffhSckflunters Spedial Pre-o6rd'rr bLhfbrtakfast by9p'.'m. on Friday, Nov.
14, and we will deliver your breakfast out to the comer of Hudson Road and Butler
Road at 10 a.m. All money earned will go toward sponsoring activities in the Inglis
Community Center. Come up and meet the new Teen Advisory Board who will be
working toward activities for the youth in our community. Look for these activities
coming in the near future: Christmas Parade, Holiday Party, New Year's Eve Party and
so much more. Help support your local organization that is making a difference in our
community.
Please call Valarie Davenport at (352) 447-3323 for more information or to pre-order
your breakfast!

Help Decorate the Bronson Library for the Holidays
Help brighten up the Bronson Library for the Holidays. Please bring by any
decorations, for inside or outside, to the Bronson Library in the month of November.
All donations of decorations appreciated.
While there, be sure to join the Bronson Friends of the Library!

American Legion Riders Post 236 meeting, Nov. 15
American Legion Riders Post 236 of Levy County holds their meetings on the third
Saturday of each month at the Post Home located at 9550 N.E. Alt Hwy 27 in Bronson
at 11 a.m. Anyone joining the Legion Riders by the end of the year will be listed on the
Charter as a Charter Member. Also if you have any questions or would like to be listed
by name or your business mentioned in the American Legion Newsletter, please call
(352) 486-5003 and a sample newsletter will be sent to you.

Toys for Tots Fundraiser, Nov. 16
The Toys for Tots fundraiser will be held this year on Sunday, Nov. 16, from noon to
6 p.m. at Cole's Four Comrners. There will be a 50/50 raffle and other prizes, live music
and plenty of food. Don't forget to bring a new unwrapped gift for a boy or girl and you
will get your meal for half price.

Stephanie Leavins in Concert, Nov. 16
Long Pond Baptist Church, home of WTBH 91.5 FM, invites you to a special service
Sunday evening, Nov. 16, at 6 p.m., featuring Stephanie Leavins from Bagdad, Fla.
Stephanie was born with Muscular Dystrophy and has spent her entire life in a
wheelchair. Her faith in God was only strengthened because of this handicap. She has
used this opportunity to encourage audiences all across the country. Her courage and
the joy she has in her life are contagious. She has devoted her life to telling people of
God's love and mercy through her testimony and song. Her ministry is one of hope and
encouragement.
You will be blessed as she shares the many miracles God has performed in her life. In
the last few weeks Stephanie has had another miracle happen in her life, come and hear
her amazing testimony.
Long Pond Baptist Church is located just offofHwy. 345 in Chiefland. For more


information please call 352-493-2650.

Conservation Trust for Florida's Fall Round UP! and Awards Ceremony, Nov. 16
Conservation Trust for Florida's Fall Round UP! and Awards Ceremony, which will
be held on Sunday, Nov. 16 from 3 to 6 p.m. at the Whitehurst Horse Prairie Ranch. The
event will highlight Florida's rich cultural history, feature an award-winning landscape
painter, and honor the O'Neill Family for protecting their 200-acre BoPoDo Farm in
Williston.
This year's keynote speaker will be Nelson E. Bailey, a County Court Judge in Palm
Beach County. Nelson is a "Florida Cracker Storyteller" and he shares his knowledge of
Florida's uniquely intertwined agricultural history and multi-cultural heritage of the late
1800s. Kate Barnes, an award-winning landscape painter, will be painting on location


during the event. Kate's paintings will be on display and available for purchase.
For more information or to RSVP, visit www.conserveflorida.org

Trenton Medical Center welcomes a new doctor, Nov. 17
The Board of Directors for Trenton Medical Center, Inc. and Bell Family Healthcare,
and Branford Health & Wellness invite you to attend a welcome reception for Antje-
Mareike Floegel, M.D., Diplomat of the American Board of Family Medicine and Board
certified in geriatric medicine
The reception will be held at Trenton Medical Center, Inc. 911 S. Main St., Trenton,
on Nov. 17 at 5:30 p.m. in the conference room. Light refreshments will be provided.

Children's Home Society hosts Adoption Orientation, Nov. 17
What's your favorite childhood memory? Riding your new bicycle on a warm
summer day? A family trip to the beach? Going on a picnic? All children deserve a
family to provide those memories. Every year, Children's Home Society of Florida
brings loving families and children together through adoption.
On Monday, Nov. 17, at 6 p.m. an Adoption Orientation will be held in Gainesville at
605 N.E. First St., Suite F. Case Managers will be present to speak with you about our
adoption services and the children currently looking for a family. If you are interested in
providing the loving home that so many children need and deserve, please come to the
Adoption Orientation.
Founded in 1902 and headquartered in Winter Park, Fla., the nationally accredited
Children's Home Society of Florida is one of the oldest and largest statewide private
providers of social services for children and families in Florida. Services are provided
throughout the state of Florida. More than 100,000 lives are touched every year.
For more information on the Adoption Orientation and to reserve your seat, please
call (352) 334-0955.

Suwannee River and Santa Fe River Management Action Plan meeting, Nov. 18
The Department of Environmental Protection will hold a public meeting to which
all persons are invited on Nov. 18 at 9 a.m. at the Suwannee River Water Management
District, 9225 County Road 49, Live Oak.
This is a public meeting to discuss technical issues related to the Suwannee River
and Santa Fe River Basin Management Action Plan (BMAP). The primary topic of
discussion during this meeting will be the BMAP development process.
A copy of the agenda may be obtained by contacting: Mr. Terry Hansen, Watershed
Planning and Coordination Section, Florida Department of Environmental Protection,
2600 Blair Stone Road, MS 3565, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2400, or by e-mail at
terry.hansen@dep.state.fl.us.

Yankeetown-Inglis Republican Club meeting, Nov. 18
Come join the Yankeetown-Inglis Republican Club in celebrating the recent Levy
County Republican election successes. Our November meeting will be on Tuesday, Nov.
18 at 6 p.m. (Thanksgiving dinner at 6:30 p.m.) at the Inglis-Yankeetown Lions' Club on
59th Street in Yankeetown.
The club is providing the turkey, so please bring your favorite dish (casserole,
potatoes, salad, vegetable or dessert) to share. You will be very happy to have attended
this meeting. Good news, good food, a good time. Y'all come!
For reservations and any other information please call Edith at (352) 447-2622 *'Pat
at (352) 447-5874. The public is invited.

Levy County Exceptional Student Parent Advisory Committee meeting, Nov. 20
The Levy County Exceptional Student Parent Advisory Committee's quarterly
meeting will be Thursday, Nov. 20, at the parent classroom at the old Bronson High
School from 6 8 p.m. At this meeting the guest speaker will be Terri Pogue, school
social worker. She will discuss the role of the social worker in assisting parents with
the ESE process and accessing community resources. This will be a very informative
meeting and all ESE parents are encouraged to attend. Contact Josie Crooms, ESE
Parent Liaison, for more information, (352) 528-4359, Josiecrooms@aol.com.

Edward Jones seminar on current economic outlook, Nov. 20
Edward Jones financial adviser Sheila Smith of Newberry will host an "Outlook and
Opportunities" investment strategies seminar Thursday, Nov. 20, at the Bronson Library.
Some of the topics to be covered in the seminar include: the current economic
outlook; the impact political and social events may have on the financial markets; and
the importance of maintaining a long-term investment strategy.
The seminar is free, but seating is limited. To reserve a seat, call Mary at (352) 472-
2776.

WRPC Board of Directors Meeting cancelled, Nov. 20
The Withlacoochee Regional Planning Council Board of Directors meeting scheduled
for Thursday, Nov. 20, 7 p.m., has been cancelled due to lack of necessary business. The
WRPC Board of Directors Annual Meeting will be held on Thursday, Dec. 11, at the
WRPC office located at 1241 S.W. 10th St. in Ocala.
The Nominating Committee Meeting will be at 5:30 p.m.; Open House from 6 to 7-
p.m.; and Board of Directors Annual Meeting at 7 p.m.
If you have any questions, you may contact Michael Moehlman, executive director,
at (352) 732-1315, ext. 218.

Water Quality Credit Trading public workshop, Nov. 21
The Department of Environmental Protection announces a public workshop to
discuss rule development for Water Quality Credit Trading, to which all interested
parties are invited. The rule will establish the procedures for water quality credit
trading, including the process to determine how credits are generated, quantified,
and validated; the process for tracking credits, trades, and prices paid; limitations
on the use of credits, including eligible pollutants, minimum water quality
requirements, and any adjustments for uncertainty or location; the timing, duration,
and transfer of credits; and the mechanisms for determining compliance with trade
provisions. The main intent of this workshop will be to review the statutory direction
for the rulemaking and discuss our proposed.schedule for rule development.
The workshop will be held at 9 a.m. on Nov. 21, at the Florida Department of
Environmental Protection, 2600 Blair Stone Road, Room 609, Tallahassee.
If you have any questions about the public workshop, call (850)245-8431.


Chiefland community blood drive, Nov. 21 and Nov. 22
The community of Chiefland will team up with LifeSouth Community Blood Centers
and Deke's Steakhouse to host a blood drive on Nov. 21, and Nov. 22. Look for the
bloodmobile at Wal-Mart Supercenter between the hours of 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. each day.
All donors will be entered in two drawings for a gift certificate from Deke's
Steakhouse. All donors will receive a recognition item and a complimentary cholesterol
screening. Donors must be at least 16 years old, weigh 110 pounds or more, and show
a valid photo I.D. at the time of donation. 16-year-olds must have written parental
consent to donate. For more information, call toll-free (888) 795-2707.


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MOVIE CHOICES FOR KIDS: "MADAGASCAR 2"ANOTHER HIT, "ROLE MODELS" IS ANYTHING BUT


MADAGASCAR ESCAPE 2 AFRICA
(Running time 89 minutes)
Rated PG
Animated with the voices of: Ben Stiller, Chris Rock, Jada Pinkett Smith, Sasha
Baron Cohen, and David Schwimmer

The first Madagascar was delightful, funny, clever, warm with great music. This
second version isn't quite as good as it has a complicated plot, but the humor, warmth
and good music are still there. The movie begins with Alex the baby lion being taken by
hunters, freed by his father but lost in a river. He drifts all the way to New York where he
thrives and becomes the Alex we knew in the first movie. This separation of parent and
child may be upsetting to some children.
Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa is fast-paced with subplots galore. I love Julian the King
critter and the hilarious penguins. The four New York City zoo animals decide to return to
New York and take off in their old airplane, launched with a giant rubber band. ,
After a safe crash landing, they end up in Africa near the animal reserve where Alex's
parents live. They are reunited. The animals discover others of the same species and all is
well. There are subplots about a jealous lion and a group of lost tourists. While it all may
be a little confusing to younger children, they will enjoy the bright colors, funny antics
and toe-tapping music. There were many young children in the theater and even the scene
with a big shark in it didn't seem to scare them.
There is a little violence, no sex or bad language. Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa should
be fine for children 7 and up and parents as well.


ROLE MODELS
(Running time: 95 minutes)
Rated R
Starring Paul Rudd, Seann William Scott, Elizabeth Banks

While I don't usually review R-rated movies, I'm sure that plenty of boys under 17 will
be begging to see this movie. So I think it is a good idea to review it.
Raunchy, stupid and phony aptly describe Role Models. The movie takes bad language
to a new high, or should I say low? Every other word is the "f' word. Even the kids in the
movie swear.
Role Models is about two losers, an optimist and a pessimist who get into trouble
and have to do community service to avoid jail. They are paired in a "big brother" type
situation with two difficult kids. One is a 10-year-old foul-mouthed brat and the other
lives in a fantasy world of knights and battles.
Our two "heroes" don't want to be there and can't relate to the kids. They mess things
up and are on the way back to jail when they try to make amends. Of course, the kids
take them back and the men see the errors of their ways and are nice to the kids. How
believable is that?
The last time I saw a character as selfish, morally bankrupt and stupid as these two was
when I saw Drillbit Taylor, another waste-of-time movie. There is some violence, several
sexual situations and constant bad language. The movie treats women as total sex objects.
There is bathroom humor and drug humor. Role Model is a role model for bad taste with
no redeeming qualities. It's not fit for children of any age or adults either. Do yourself a
favor, stay home.


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Log Cabin Quilters met Thurs., Nov. 6, at the Levy
County Quilt Museum. Time is passing so fast. The
church luncheon is next Tuesday and then we start
setting up the Quilt Show. If you have a quilt or craft
that we can show or sell, bring it out after the 11th of
November.
We had two visitors over from Williston and what
a wonderful time we had. One was from Clearwater
many years ago, and I was raised down there; we had


many memories to share.
Sue Sharp has machine quilted a quilt that will be sent
to Pa. She has done a great job. Now it has to be hemmed
and sent off.
We have a new member, Cathy Weeks, from near
Archer. She has just started to quilt and come join us
here. She can learn from everyone.
Our dinner today was rice stew, sweet potatoes, slaw,
tomato casserole, Rose's yummy cake and so much
more.
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YOU'RE INVITED TO THE
SUWANNEE RIVER SHRINE CLUB FOR
THE 2008 CANE GRINDING WEEK
Monday, November 24 thru Saturday, November 29

TURKEY SHOOT
Starts Saturday 22nd-29th 10am-3pm $3 per shot
Beside the Clubhouse Shells will be furnished.

Lunches Served On The Back Porch.
Everyday except Thanksgiving 11 am 2pm
Burgers Hotdogs Chili prices posted

CHICKEN & DUMPLING DINNER
Tuesday, November 25th 5pm- Till?
Adults $6 Children (under 12) $4

***THANKSGIVING DINNER***

Thursday November 27 11:30am till?
Turkey Ham with all the trimmings
Adults $9 Children (under 12) $5

CRAFT SALE YARD SALE

BAKE SALE RAFFLES
Saturday 22nd & Friday 28th 9am-5pm




proceeds are for the benefit of the Suwannee
River Shrine Club and are not tax deductible
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This week, we. decided to mix it up a little bit and present
a selection of fun things to do that covers a good bit of
north Florida. So if you 're in the mood for a short road
trip to get out of Levy County. here area few events
taking place this weekend:
% No. 4 ranked Florida Gators take on the South
Carolina Gamecocks on Saturday, Nov. 15 in the
Swamp. The game, although unchallenging for the


unstoppable Gators, should
be an interesting one since
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is Steve Spurrier, the Gators' former head coach from
1990-2001. As always, there will be plenty oflailgating
and orange and blue in Gainesville for gameday. No,
doubt Spurrier will be regretting his decision to leave
the Gators.
% If you feel the need to get in touch with your
Southern roots, the Bellamy Road Gallery in Melrose
is now exhibiting "Southern Arts and Culture"
with paintings and drawings that portray the Southern
lifestyle by such artists as Jack Beverland, Reed
Pedlow and Ron Hasse. On Nov. 14 at 6:30 p.m., Alan
Saperstein will screen his video, Florida Scenes. A
bonfire and concert by down-home band Dim Lights
will follow. Hors d' oeuvres and beveagTes will be
served.The Gallery. 59.10 Hampton St., Merqse, ip open


$5.00 PAP CLINIC.
Trenton Medical Center, Inc. -
will be having a Pap Smear Clinl
beginning at 1 pm-4pm on Thurs.l."
12/4/08. No appointments
necessary.This service will be
provided to all women for a charge of
ONLY $5.00. This fee includes Office
Visit and Laboratory billing. If you need
more information please call
352-463-2374


M. Michael O'Steen, P. A.


Attorney at Law
Criminal Law Family Law
Personal Injury
Social Security Real Estate

147 NE Hwy. 351 Ste. 204
Cross City, FL 32628
(352) 498-6699
(352) 498-2928 Fax


do this week:
Friday and Saturday noon to 7 p.m. and Sunday noon to
5 p.m. and admission is free.
V Horse lovers' won't want to miss The Mane Event
at the Florida Horse Park. The three-day international
equestrian competition kicks off 9 a.m. Friday, Nov. 14,
with dressage and continues Saturday with cross country
jumping, show jumping and Polo in the Park. Sunday
the festivities wind down with the third horse inspection,
of Sunshine State Driving Trials, show jumping and
\A a VIP luncheon. Throughout the weekend enjoy
antique tractors and machinery, food and drink,
vendors and much more. The Florida Horse Park is
located at 11008 S. Hwy 475 in Ocala.
%0 Join hundreds of people in Ocala's Historic
Downtown Square to celebrate the gift of adoption. The
Children's Home Society of Florida is hosting Celebrate.
Adoption Ocala on Thursday, Nov. 13, from 5:30 p.m. to
7:30 p.m. Admission is free to this fun family event with
dancing, singing, eating, magicians, storytellers and
music. The square is located on S.E. First Avenue. Call
Kristen at 866-427-5451 for more information.

Of course, Levy County has plenty to offer this weekend
(for proof see the Community Calendar, page 4B and
5B). But for those just looking for a little, extra, check
out what the rest of north Florida ihas tQaoffer.


Thanksgiving, the
holiday when we get
to shamelessly stuff
ourselves silly, is right
around the corner. Of
course, we all love the
traditional favorites:
turkey, dressing, mashed
potatoes, green bean


casserole and pumpkin
pie. But what about
unique secret family
recipes that complete
your meal year after
year? We'd love to hear
from you. Send in your
.favorite family recipe to
annas@levyjournal.com
or call (352) 490-4462
to share with the Tri-
County area.
We're also looking
for interesting ways
to get rid of all the
Thanksgiving leftovers,
so send in your favorite
leftover ideas along with
your favorite recipe.


Cold Turkey-Egg Salad Surprise

Thanksgiving leftover recipe from Tina
Dunaway, Trenton

6 c. of leftover cooked dark and white meat
turkey, chopped
1 tablespoon of celery seed
6 chopped, hard-boiled eggs
1 2 c. mayo or salad dressing
1/2 c. chopped celery
1/2 small, finely chopped onion
1/2 c. of sweet pickle relish

Mix'the onion, eggs, dressing, relish and celery
seed in a large bowl. Stir in the turkey gently
and mix well. Cover and refrigerate at least an
hour before serving.


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Priced to sell! Cozy & Super
Clean, remodeled 2BR/2BA
DWMH in Hideaway.
Equipped with appliances
including washer & some
furnishings. Located near
Manatee Springs St. Pk.,
Suwannee River & shopping.
MLS: 759992 $45,000.
RUSS HALLETT, Realtor
665-9901


NEW LISTING
Commercial Business
Opportunity! Auto
sales/repair & body shop on
busy SR 129 just north of
Chiefland. Building consists
of an office, 5 bays & a body
shop with a lift. 1 acre. Call
for more details on this
excellent opportunity.
MLS: 759984 $225,000.
BRAD SMITH, Broker


221-5256


ENJOY COUNTRY LIVING
In this immaculate 3BR/2BA
CBS home. Beautiful setting &
convenient to town add to
this property! If that isn't
enough, the home is
completely furnished and a
new Craftsman riding mower
stays too! Don't miss out on
this one, call today for an
appt.
MLS: 754980 $249,500.
LISA BAXTER, Realtor
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5 ACRES PRICED TO SELL PRICED TO SELL!
Upgraded 4BR/2BA MH in Perfect 2BR/2BA SWMH for
quiet country setting. Eat in snowbirds, retirees or if just
kitchen, formal dining, outside starting out. Well cared for
entertainment areas and so home with new counter tops
much more. Lots of room to and vinyl floors in kitchen.
roam throughout home, Open floor plan, separate
porches and acreage. Brng laundry area, new shower tub
the horses...bring the kids. Will
not last long! in 2nd bathroom. Large front
MLS: 759723 $129,500. porch & covered rear porch.
ANTOINE NGUYEN, Realtor AFFORDABLE!
262-9798 MLS: 759804 $44,000.
MICHELE BOYER, Realtor
207-1838


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Comes with this 3BR/2BA large
doublewide mobile home. Complete
with barn and other out buildings.
Located on paved road just SW of
Chiefland city limits.
$102,500.00 Additional acre is
available.


HANDYMAN SPECIAL -
In Dixie County just off SR 349 on
NE 424th Ave. Older mobile home
with addition is located on paved
street not too far from the Suwan-
nee River.
$33,9oo00.00



10 ACRES PLUS -
Older 4BR/2BAUIome settled
among large shady oaks. Split
floor plan with 2 living areas.
Second home on property has
it's own well & septic but will
require major repairs.
$259,900.00


CANALFRONT-
In town of Suwannee. Rustic
little house right on the canal
for that great weekend get-a-
way spot.
$165,000.00



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Large decks on the front and back
with wrap around covered porch.
Beautiful view of the Gulf and marsh
from this home. This 3BR/2BA home
has a spacious owner's suite & bath
with a garden tub & skylight. Open
living room with a wood burning fire-
place. Elevator for convenience.
Blinds, Breakfast Bar, Cabinets,
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1 Acre, No Restrictions, $18,000 MLS#753658
17.89 Acres near Hart Springs, Hunting Prop-
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PENDING
5.63 Acres, No Restrictions, $49,900
MLS#756535
5 Acres near Hart Springs, Restrictions,
$75,000 MLS#9225
BRONSON
1 Acre, No Restrictions, $11,000 MLS#759611
1/4 Acre Bronson/Williston, $12,000
MLS#758325
11/4 Acre, No Restrictions, $11,000
MLS#752317
1 Acre, No restrictions, $11,000 MLS#752318
CHIEFLAND
4.63 Acres, Home or Mobile, $50,000
MLS#753329
1 Acre (mol), Home or Mobile, $26,500
MLS#758039
54 Acres, will divide into 20 & 34 acre tracts,
$351,000 MLS#759677
OLD TOWN
2.43 Acres, paved road, $22,000
MLS#752218
4.80 Acres, No Restrictions, $43,000
MLS#758493
5 Acres, gorgeous, $55,000 MLS#751624
TRENTON
1 Acre (mol), home or mobile, $15,000
MLS#759550


VINTAGE Brick Home, 3BR/3BA,
.'\- .. new roof, formal dining room, fire-.
S^ place, 3 car carport, 1.54 acres,
paved drive, move-in condition.
$169,900
MLS#757538


2007 SITE-BUILT Home, 3BR/2BA
on city lot with city water and
sewer, $100,250
MLS#757700
RENT THIS HOME FOR
$800 Per Month

2006 DWMH on 5 acres in North
Gilchrist County, 3BR/2BA, horses
welcome, gazebo, Koi pond, par-
tially fenced.
7"77'.'$139,900
MLS#757826
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3BR/2BAnestled on 5 beautiful
acres that is enveloped by matures
Oaks. Cows & horses welcome.
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MLS#759323
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$65,000 MLS#759815
5 Acres near Hart Springs, Restrictions, 2BR/1BA SWMH in City of Trenton, $500 per month, first and
$75,000 MLS#759227 $500 secuirty. One year lease required. $40 app fee.
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Two 1/2 acre tracts, homes or mobiles,
$29,500 each MLS#751922 & 751934


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0 0Lost

LOST- 5 year old, full blooded
Red nose Pit, Gray in color very
big dog has collar! Taken from
home between July 16th and
July 19th from the Manatee Jiffy
area. Reward for return of our
dog. Please call (352)949-1276
or (352)949-4326 10/30

LOST & FOUND- if you have lost
a pet Please remember to call your
local animal shelter. For Gilchrist
Co. (352)463-3158. 10/30

LOST DOG near Camp Azalea,
Fowlers Bluff area. 8/19/08, 8
mo. old black female with white
blaze face, chest & feet are also
white. Please call (352)221-
3727 10/30


LOST- BLUE HEELER, name
is Zoro. Last seen in Williston,
please call (352)572-9471.
10/31

S NOtiOUces

NARCONON...a nonprofit pub-
lic benefit organization that
specializes in helping people
with drug or alcohol addictions
offers FREE assessments and
more than 11,000 local refer-
rals. Call (800) 556-8885 or
visit www.drugrehab.net tffn
AA MEETING-for information
call North Central Florida Inter-
group Office at (352) 372-8091
which is also a 24 hour local hot-
line number. tfn
FREE PREGNANCY TESTS
Confidential Harmony Pregnan-
cy & Resource Center. Open
,Mon., Tues., Thurs. 11AM-6PM
Call (352)493-7773 Harmony
pregnancy center PO Box 2557
Chiefland,FL 10/30

12 Services

BOAT AND RV STORAGE.
First month free. On 337 south
in Bronson. (352) 577-4412
10/30

BODY REPAIR/CUSTOM
PAINTING Auto, Motorcycle,
& ATV. Retired shop owner, can
fix almost anything! Ask for Mi-
chael! (352)222-6223. 10/30

BOBCAT WORK, lot cleanup,
driveways, mobile home
demolition, brush cleanup.
Custom truck hauling 24'
flatbed truck for hire. 486-5860
or 949-3482 10/30

BUILDINGCONTRACTOR, cus-
tom homes on your lot. Remodel
bathrooms, roofing and repair,
decks and siding, CBC058489
(352)463-0781 10/30

BUSH HOG, Tractor, & Stump
Grinding, lawn mowing & more!!
(352)498-2465 (d), (352)542-
9380(e). 10/30

CAPT. DEEP SEA'S CHAR-
TERING, Island Tours, Fishing
(flats & offshore) Dolphin sight-
ings and more! (352)493-4921 or
(352)318-1716. .11/6


CHILDCARE In Christian
home, in Chiefland. Mon-Fri.
Flexible hours. $18/day. Drop
off welcome with 24/hr. no-
tice.(352)493-9209 / (352)949-
1571. 10/30

CLEANING ULTRA CLEAN!
Full Service Cleaning company
for both residential & commercial
cleaning. Available weekly, bi-
weekly, & monthly. Fully insured
& bonded. Call (352)949-3577.
Stephanne 10/30

COMPUTERS AND INTERNET
Computer Install, Repair, &
Networking with in Home Ser-
vice! Call All Point Computers at
(352)210-1985. 10/30

CUSTOM CONSTRUCTION,
additions, new homes,
siding, much more. Hanssen
Homes, Licensed and Insured,
CRC1328601. Call Tommy
352-339-5220 or Brian 352-528-
2246 for more information and
pricing. 10/30

DEMOLITION and/or lot clean up
work. (352)542-7981 or (352)578-
5029 Travis Joyner. 10/30

DRYWALL Hard coat re-
pair specialist. Interior-Exterior
CC#1555 (352)486-4316 10/30

DRYWALL-Hangfinish, repairs. State
Licensed #CBC058489 Tri- County.
Call (352)463-0781. 10/30

DRYWALL PATCH AND


Services

REPAIR. Painting and pressure
cleaning. (352) 529-0580 10/30

DRYWALL Dale Petty's Dry
Wall LLC. Hang, finish & texture.
Licensed & Insured, 20+ yrs.
exp. Call Dale, office (352)498-
6036 /cell (352)578-5148. 10/30
DRYWALL PATCH AND
REPAIR. Painting and pressure
cleaning. (352) 529-0580 10/30

ESSE CUTS HAIR SALON is
open Monday thru Friday 9:00-
5:30 &. Saturday 10:00-3:00.
Call for an appointment today!
10/30

FENCING D&C FENCING, 28
yrs experience, lowest prices
around, guaranteed. Install field
fences, barb-wire, & board fence.
Call (352)493-4177. 10/30

FLOORING Ceramic tile, floor-
ing & installation! Over 12 years
experience! Locally owned &
operated. Call Jordan for free
estimates! Greigs Tile, LLC
(352)949-4294 or visit www.
greigstile.com 10/30

FLOORING- Madden's all
around flooring, installation and
sales. Hardwood, Laminate, Car-
pet, Vinyl & Tile. Free estimates;
call Jeff (352)949-1.983. 10/30

HANDYMAN Insured, serving
Tri-County area. Lawn care, bush
hogging, welding, hauling, small
engines, pressure washing,
sawmill, general labor, and much
more. Also computers. (352)
514-4120. No job too small.
10/30

IRRIGATION- 20 plus years
experience. Installs, repairs &
service. Licensed & Insured, call
(352)286-8772 Mark. 10/30

IRRIGATION SYSTEMS Free
estimates. Call Quality Lawn-
scape, LLC at (352) 258-2702.
Tri county residents receive
$100 discount by mentioning
this ad. 11/6

JUNK CARS, scrap, farm
equipment, cleanup. Free
pickup. Paid on shares of money
collected for item(s). 486-5860
or 949-3482. 10/30

LAND CLEARING (352) 535-
5526 10/30


LAWN SERVICE Residential
and Commercial. Serving Tri-
County area. EdWen Services
(352) 514-4120 10/30


DECORATIVE LANDSCAPE
curbing 24 colors, 37 patterns
to choose from. Call Steve at
(352) 258-2702 for free esti-
mate. 11/6

MORTGAGE BROKER- call
today for Home & Commercial
financial needs. Oakley Home
Loans EHO (352)543-0809.
10/30

MOWING SERVICE (352) 535-
5526 10/30

PALM TREES & more Installed
(352) 535-5526 10/30

NATURE COAST MAIL &
MORE, packing and shipping,
FedEx, DHL, USPS, overnight
shipping, boxes/ tape/ shipping
supplies, gifts, Blue Mountain
Arts and Leanin' Tree greeting
cards, fax and copy services,
private mailbox rentals. (352)
493-9734 Chiefland Regional
Shopping Center next to Beall's
Clothing Outlet. 10/30

PARKING LOT STRIPING, No
job too big or small! Fully in-
sured. CallShamrockServices,
anytime including weekends.
(352)463-1212 10/30

PAINTING & PRESSURE
WASHING. Residential &
Commercial Professional
staff, Insured. Free Estimates.
Shamrock Services, anytime
including weekends. (352)463-
1212. 10/30

TAYLOR CUSTOM PAINTING,
INC. Residential Commercial,
Interior & Exterior, Painting
and Prespure Washing. Free
Estimates. Licensed and
Insured. 27 Years Experience.
493-2518 10/30

PET GROOMER SUNNY,
formerly of Dogs-n-Suds, now
located at home in Bronson!
(352)486-1445 10/30

PRESSURE CLEANING mo-
bile homes starting at $30. Scott
(352)949-2138 10/30


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PRESSURE WASHING In-
sured, Professional staff. Free
Estimates. Shamrock Servic-
es. Anytime, also weekends.
(352)463-1212 10/30

ROBINSON'S SEAFOOD
MARKET, Fishing Charters &
Restaurant, located off State
road 24, Rosewood Fl. Carl
& Eve Robinson, owners.
(352)543-5051. 10/30

ROOFING REPAIRS $99 and
up. $$$$$$$ METAL ROOF-
ING$$$$$$$ Save $$$$! Free
estimates!! State Licensed CCC
1326066. (352)463-0781 10/30

ROOFING REPAIRS -
Shingles, wood, leaks, skylights,
mobile home cool seal, 25 yrs.
exp. Not a contractor. (352)463-
1987 10/30

ROOFING, skylights, metal
flashing, shingles and rotting
wood, mobile home cool seal, 25
years experience, not a contrac-
tor. All of Tri -County. (352)463-
1987 10/30

SHEDS, SHEDS, SHEDS! We move
'em. Best price in town. (352)493-
0345. Joe's Rollback Service. Credit
cards accepted 10/30

SHOP & CROP opens the doors
to a new concept in scrapbook-
ing/digital storybooks/custom
framing. It's not fancy, but it's
warm and cozy. Located in
Chiefland, call 352-490-0533.
10/30

SPECIALIZED SECRETARIAL
SERVICES include: Office or-
ganization, resumes, web page
design & research, newsletters,
announcements. Suzy Yeager
dba SSSnMore (352)493-1370
or sssnmore@yahoo.com 10/30

STUMP GRINDING Reason-
able rates, insured. (352)463-
9100. 10/30

TANNING at Esse Cuts Hair
Salon, buy 14 visits for $25.00
or a full month $40.00. Call
Esse Cuts for more information!
(352)493-9855 10/30

TREE & BRUSH CLEANUP
Lots, power lines, fence line
cleared, stump removal, free
tree removal. (352)463-3700 or
(352)538-5072. 10/30

JOYNER'S TREE SERVICE
Heights unlimited, licensed.&
Insured, free estimates reason-
able rates!. Serving all surround-
ing counties, (352)542-7981 or
(352)578-5029. 10/30


TREE SERVICE 70' bucket
truck. Hydraulic loader trucks,
stump grinder. $1,000,000 gen-
eral liability insurance.
Professionally trained crew.
Serving the entire Tri-County
area. Bob Osborne Tree Ser-
vices Inc. Call (352)463-9100 or
Toll Free 1-888-606-8733.
10/30

TREE SERVICE- A profes-
sional licensed and insured tree
service. Free estimates, lots
& power lines cleared, trees
trimmed and/or removed. 24 hr.
Emergency service and insured
claims. All major credit cards
accepted. Call Ressler Profes-
sional Tree Service. Kennedy
Ressler. 352-493-9313. tfn

VIC'S TREE SERVICE and
Stump Grinding. Affordable, rea-
sonable rates. 542-1818 or 352-
356-1987. 10/30

TRENCHER SERVICE Electric/
water lines, cheaper than rentals.
Scott (352) 949-2138. 10/30

ALL YOUR SHOOTING NEEDS
are at the Outback Trader!
(352)463-7005 10/30

SOUTHERN SPORTSMAN
GUN & PAWN, We buy Gold!
Ready for Bow season? Get your
Bow accessories here. Located
5 miles N of Chiefland Hwy 19
(352)463-2650 ask about our
other location! 10/30

LET STEVE SMITH CON-
STRUCTION help you build your
Custom Dream Home. We also
specialize in concrete work. Call
Karen Smith at 352-538-3141
for more information. 10/30

WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE
I PAY TOP DOLLAR
FOR JUNK CARS, EQUIP-
MENT, OLD FARM MACHIN-
ERY AND MISC. METALS.
FREE PICK UP. CALL GENE
AT 352-302-2781 10/30


9 Free

FREE MEALS on Wheels for
Pets! Begins this weekend at
Chiefland Flea Market! Call for
details (352)493-0252 10/30


FREE ITEMS Will pick up your
free unwanted yard sale items.
(352)542-9324. 10/30

FREE TO A GOOD HOME 4
beautiful, friendly, spayed and
declawed housecats. Moving,
must find pets a new home.
Phone 352-493-2848, leave
message. 10/30

FREE DEEP CONDITIONING
treatment, with Shampoo and.
Cut! Located at Esse Cuts Hair
Salon in Chiefland. (352)493-
9855 10/30

FREE KITTENS Ready for
new home. Call (352) 258-2758
or (352) 463-3871. 11/6

G Volunteer
Opportunities
FLORIDA'S LONG-TERM
CARE OMBUDSMAN PRO-
GRAM needs volunteers to join
its corps of dedicated advocates
who protect the rights of elders
residing in nursing homes, as-
sisted living facilities and adult
family care homes. The program
is comprised of 17 local councils
throughout the state, and each.
council is seeking additional vol-
unteers to identify, investigate
and resolve residents' concerns.
All interested individuals who
care about protecting the health,
safety, welfare and rights of long-
term care facility residents who of-
ten have no one else to advocate
for them are encouraged to call
toll-free (888) 831-0404 or visit
the program's web site at http://
ombudsman.myflorida.com. tfnf

ANOTHER WAY, INC a domestic
violence and rape crisis center is
seeking volunteers to fill a wide
variety of volunteer positions. If
interested please contact Susan
Blackie at 386 719-2700 ext: 23
or e-mail at susanblackie@anot
herwayinc.net fin'

^yAnnouncements

EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT,
customer appreciation night!
Buy 1 regular dinner.entree at
full price & get 1 half price. 4-8
PM only. (352)543-5051. 10/30

$2000 REWARD, for any
information leading to the arrest
& conviction of the person
or person's, involved in the
burglary of the Cypress Station
in Rosewood Fl, that took
place early Monday September
29, 2008. Please contact
Levy County Sheriff's office,
Lieutenant Scott Tummond @
(352)486-5111. 10/30

SHOP & CROP opens the doors
with workshops. Flexible, to your
convenience! Call to set up date
and time. Located in Chiefland.
352-490-0533 10/30

MUZZLE LOADING SEASON
10/25/2008 General Gun
Season 11/8/2008, get your
hunting supplies at the Southern
Sportsman Gun & Pawn 352-
463-2650 10/30

ANTIQUE BUSINESS GOING
OUT BUSINESS! Laney's An-
tique Mall Call (352)493-1921,
only 14 days left. Closing Octo-
ber 31, 2008 10/30

9 Entertainment

KARAO.KE for Birthdays, Wed-
dings, Graduations and more!
Call for more information or
book your date! Ask for month-
ly discounts, (352)949-3658.
10/30
SSchool &

FREE TAX SCHOOL Earn ex-
tra income after taking course.
Flexible schedules, convenient
locations. Register now! Cours-
es 9/15/08. 1-800-658-1042.
Liberty Tax Service. Small fee
for books. 10/30

Help Wanted
Full & Part Time
CHILDCARE TEACHERS -
Clyatt House Learning Center
is accepting applications for
full and part time positions. In-


tro classes and CDA preferred.
Apply.at 3690 NW 120th Street,
Chiefland. DFWP tfn


Help Wanted
Full&PartTime
FULL TIME GRAPHICS design/
paginator, prefer newspaper
experience. E-mail resume to
hrlc@gatorworks.com or fax to
352-490-6189. Salary commen-
surate with experience. tfnf


COME JOIN THE JOURNAL
TEAM! News Correspondents-
Cover local events in your area.
Photographic skills a must. Expe-
rience preferred. Deadline driven,
but flexible schedule. Compen-
sation commensurate with expe-
rience. Expenses/mileage reim-
bursement. Fax resume/clips to
490-4490 attn: Editor., fnf

STAFF ACCOUNTANT
Minimum 5 years experience,
prefer college degree AA or
better. Computer skills & write-
up experience a plus. Creative
Solutions software a plus. Fax
resume: (352)493-1636 or call
(352)493-4996. 10/30

AVON $10 to sign up!
1-800-269-4126 Code 05 10/30

WILLISTON, CHIEFLAND,
NEWBERRY physical therapy
practice wants qualified people
to "Get Results" for patients.
Front office and clinical position
available. Fax (352) 528-2878
or mail resume to P.O. Box 518,
Williston, FL 32696 10/30

SALESPERSON NEEDED
Good pay & good benefits.
Prestige Homes, Chiefland. Fax
resume to (352)493-2671. No
phone calls please! 10/30

ACOUSTIC MUSICIANS
WANTED. Booking at Coconuts
of Cedar Key for Afternoons over
the Water. Call Robert at (352)
543-6390. 10/30
A i Ad' A1..... li:. f,.111 +;-.


FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, 2 bath,
1100 sq ft on 1 acre, Central
H/A, nice and clean. We accept
Section.8. 352-472-4977. 1/2/09

FOR RENT Completely fur-
nished seasonal rental in Otto,
North Carolina. In nice fishing
area, beautiful mountain view.
$300/week. Daily & monthly
rates available. Call (828) 369-
2746. 11/6-11/13p


rLAI -- now ninng Mu lullime DUPLEX 2/1 NW 6th Street,
sales reps, no experience nec- Chiefland. $450. deposit, $525
essary. Will train. Fax resume to rent. Leave message: 486-3114.
(866) 429-0516. 11/6 11/6


HELP WANTED" MobileHome )
For Rent .
FULL-TIME ... CHIEFLAND 22, $450/mo.
1st, last, & sec. Call (352)542-
IMMEDIATE 1166. 10/30


POSITION

AVAILABLE

Dump Truck

Driver

Class A CDL

Minimum 3 Years
Experience

Health Insurance

& Vacation
Available

Call 352-472-4550
Coleman

Construction,
Inc. Newberry
Equal Opportunity
Employer, Drug Free Workplace_


e Worked Wanted

FENCING D&C FENCING, 28
yrs experience, lowest prices
around, guaranteed. Install
field fences, barb-wire, & board
fence. Call (352)493-4177 or
(352)-221-8155. 10/30

LOOKING FOR full or part
time office work. Very qualified,
references upon request! Please
call (352)578-5094 Crystal.10/30

BOAT DETAILING Your boat
will shine! Your place or minel
Call Dawn (352)219-5594. or
(352)493-0303 10/30

HANDY HELPER CLEANING
SERVICE and Lawn
Maintenance. Housekeeping,
commercial and office cleaning.
Shopping & errands. Yard work,
mowing, rototilling, raking.
Husband/wife team. Reasonable
rates! References available.
(352)542-9324. Leave msg.
10/30

A RELIABLE LADY is available
to do housework and TLC for
elderly ladies or gents.I care,
will provide references. (352)
493-7890 10/30

I WILL BABYSIT in my home,
M-F References available! Call
(352)463-2824, 10/30


CROSS CITY Reedville Rentals.
2/1, w/ water, garbage, & cable
inc. Pets, no. $400/mo. $400/dep.
Bob or Sonja (352)542-4908 or
(352)542-0704. 10/30

TRENTON 2/2, singlewide,
$500/mo. 1st, last, & sec. of
$250. $40 Non-refundable appli-
cation fee. Call to see (352)213-
1076 10/30

BRONSON 4/2, doublewide
on 1.25 acres, fully furnished.,
$800/mo. 1st, last, & sec. of
$800. $40 Non-refundable appli-
cation fee. Call to see (352)213-
1076 10/30

CEDAR KEY HEIGHTS- 3/2
DWMH $560/mo with 1st, last
& sec. Has fireplace in living
room, garden tub in master bath.
Available Sept. 3rd (352)542-1166.
0O/30

FOR RENT: in Bronson 2br/2ba
SWMH $650/month, first, last
and $325 security. Beautiful
home, well maintained, com-
pletely fenced, manicured yard,
paved drive. Definitely worth the
money. Rustie (352)463-9494,
(352) 281-9187 11/6

FOR RENT: in Trenton, 2br/2ba
SWMH, $485/mo, first and $485
security. Application fee $40.
Call Rustie at (352) 463-9494 or
(352) 281-9187. 11/6

FOR RENT: in Trenton, 2br/1ba
SWMH, $500/mo, first and $500
security. Application fee of $40.
Call Rustie at (352) 463-9494 or
(352) 281-9187. 11/6
Commercial
Property for Rent 3
COMMERCIAL OFFICE SPACE
available. 779 sq ft. Inside the
Williston Business Plaza. Call
528-6277. tfn

( B Rooms to Rent

ROOM AND BATH FOR RENT
in Williston to professional per-
son. Use of washer, dryer,
and kitchen. Utilities included.
$90 week plus deposit. Non-
smoking/drinking environment.
(352)528-9472 or 682-8099 io/30

LARGE BEDROOM with walk
in closet, private bath. In room
fridge and microwave. Full kitch-
en and washer and dryer use.
$85 per week. Chiefland area,
(352)949-5601. 10/30


NOV. I1, LUUO


Worked Wanted

WILL TAKE CARE OF YOUR
LOVED ONE in their home.
FT/PT. Florida Certified CNA
HHA. CPR certificate u-t-d. Call
941-276-6608 and ask for Pete.
10/30

Apartments for
lent
111.5 TOWNHOUSE, $575/mo
+ $300 deposit, includes,
water, garbage central AC and
heat. Pets no, prefer 1 yr lease.
(352)-493-4336 or (352)-949-
0094 available immediately!
10/30

@1 Home For Rent

ARCHER/BRONSON 2 BR,
fenced, porch. $450.
Archer/Bronson 3 BR, shop.
$650.
Archer Historic, $650.
Archer 3BR/2Y Bath, $800.
Archer Huge 4 BR, $800.
Micanopy 3 BR, $700.
Homestyle Realty352-495-9915
10/30

4BED/1BATH COUNTRY
HOME on 1 acre, 5 miles out of
Chiefland on Cedar Key Hwy,
with appliances and washer/dry-
er hookup. $600 mo. with $500
security deposit. (352) 682-8099
1/2/09















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CLASSIFIED


0 Real Estate

11% ACRE, WILLISTON, beau-
tifully wooded, nice neighbor-
hood. Owner financing, no down
payment, only $256/mo, $24,900.
(352)215-1018 10/30

1 1/4 ACRE, BRONSON, beauti-
fully wooded parcel, convenient
to Gainesville. Owner financing,
no down payment, $256/mo,
$24,900. (352)215-1018 10/30

3 ACRES, ARCHER/WILLIS-
TON, well, septic, power already
in place;oak-shaded homesite
partially fenced. Owner financ-
ing, no down payment, $822/
mo, $,79,900. (352) 215-1018.
10/30

@10 Homes For Sale

CHIEFLAND, 5 FENCED acres,
beautiful trees, very private. 1 Br/
1Ba, concrete block house with
vinyl siding, screened porch,
polebarn/garage. $112,000.
Owner (352) 493-2645. 1/2/09

REPO BRONSON 3 or 4 bdrm-
2% bath, only 1 year old. Easy
terms! Low down payment, only
$100 closing cost. No payments
for minimum 45 days. Call: 800-
285-4414. 10/30

WEST OF CHIEFLAND, 3/2/2
cbs 2007 home with 20x40
metal shed with electric, 20
acres, 1 mile from boat ramp to
river. $320,000.00 Additional 20
acres available, $160,000.00.
(352) 493-9890 10/30

10 ACRES, 3BED/2BATH
HOME, completely remodeled
with granite countertops, new
appliances, cabinets, inground
pool screened, barn, horse
stalls, fenced, approx. 1 mile
from new hospital. $325,000.
Call for details 221-2649 owner/
agent. 10/30
Mobile Homes
For Sale
1990 MOBILE HOME, 14x56,
2BR/1BA, skirting 3 yrs old
Building new 'home-must move!
$2,500. (352) 486-3990 10/30

FOR SALE BY OWNER:
Singlewide mobile home, 16x80,
with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths;
air conditioner, shingled roof.
$14,000.00 Call (352) 318-9262
tfn

FOR SALE BY OWNER:
Singlewide mobile home, 16x80,
with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, air
conditioner, shingled roof. Also,
5 acres in Columbia county. Call
(352) 318-9262. 10/30

4/2 MH & 5 ACRES, carport
with sides & slab, pole barn,
large shed, animal pens, travel
trailer with hookup, 25 minutes
to Gainesville. Backs up to State
forest. $128,000. 352-486-0330
10/30

CHIEFLAND 10 ACRES nicely
treed, completely fenced and
cross fenced, 8 dog pens; neat,
well-maintained 3/2 28x48 MH
with 2-yr-old new metal roof,
COMPLETELY FURNISHED
with tvs and appliances,
$225,000 negotiable. 321-723-
7380 or 321-258-2504 cell.
10/30

2001 DWMH 3 bed/2 bath, large
on 3 lots, paved road, fenced in
Tre.nton. $73,000. Call 221-2649
owner/agent. 10/30

8Vacant Lots
For Sale
1-ACRE LOT W/LIGHT POLE,
Septic tank and partially fenced.
On RT 345, close to Chiefland
and Cedar Key. $25,000.00.
Call 352-682-8099. 10/30

1/4 ACRES, $19,000. Lightly
wooded, 2 miles from Williston
golf course; 10 minutes to
Williston. Close to Gainesville/
Ocala, on SE 21st Place, only %
mile from SR 121. (352) 528-38
86. 10/30

VACANT LOT FOR SALE: 5
acres, Bronson, Lot 176 Forest
Park, Unit 2, paved road, taxes
$500/yr. $75,000. (772) 971-399


7 10/30

1.25 ACRE LOT IN BRONSON
off of CR337. Corner lot, par-
tially fenced with well, septic
and power pole. $28,000 OBO.
(352)- 682-9659. 10/30

445 Looking To Buy

LOOKING FOR A 3/2 OR 4/2,
CBS or Brick home in Chiefland


G Looking To Buy
with Owner Financing for up to
3 yrs until I can obtain a bank
loan to pay the balance in full. I
have $3k to put down, excellent
credit and references, but am
self employed and cannot get a
bank loan at this time. Purchase
price must be under $120k &
avail, by 01-01-09. Please call
Michelle @ 352-493-2624 or
e-mail: soul searchur@yahoo.
com. 10/30

@0 For Sale

DIXIE MONUMENTS- Serving
North Central Fl for over a de-
cade. Featuring beautiful bronze,
marble & granite monuments in
many colors & styles. Choose
from 100's of designs or let us
custom design any idea you may
have! We have the latest tech-
nology in laser etchings & can
also inscribe final dates & letter-
ing at the cemetery. Located at
1471 NE 512 Ave. (behind Mc-
Crab church) Hwy 349- 7 miles
N of Old Town. Open Tues-Fri
8-4 & Sat. 8-12 or call for after
hour's appt Toll Free 1-877-542-
3432 8/20/09p

NEW MOWER & CHAIN SAW
PARTS: Stihl, Husqvama, Ayp,
Murray,' Sears, MTD, Briggs,
Kohler, Robin, and Honda. Blades
for most mowers. Beauchamp Saw
Shop. 352-493-4904 4/2/09p

LUMBER FOR SALE Pine,
cherry and cypress. Call Sammy
at (352) 949-3222. ffnb

FILL DIRT $100 per 15-16 yds.,
delivered. Call (352)463-1123 or
(352)222-5163 10/30

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
Smoothie setup Complete, por-
table, ready to go, great profits,
very cheap (352)463-3025.
10/30

USED TANNING BED for sale.
$500.00 OBO. 352-256-2778.
10/30

100S NEW & USEDTIiRES, all
sizes, including low- pro & truck,
4 brand new 275x60x17 truck
tires. Call Dennis at (352)493-
0303or (352)214-4748. 10/30

6 CUBIC FT. CONCRETE
MIXER, 5 hp, Honda engine,
less than 60 hrs. running time.
Asking $1800.00, call (352)210-
9524. 10/30

GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
SALE! Movie Town videos...
Everything must go! (352)490-
4988 10/30

QUEEN MATTRESS & BOX-
SPRING. Leather couch & chair.
Large desk. China cabinet.
Other misc. household items
& furniture. (352)463-1532.
10/30

SALON EQUIPMENT FOR
SALEI Like new, chairs, hair
dryers, etc. Call Big John's
Supply. (352)490-6650. 10/30

STEEL BUILDINGS
Factory Deals. Can Erect.
www.scg-grp.com
Source #16H
Phone: 352-505-4558 10/30

VACATION MOUNTAIN RE-
TREAT near Franklin, NC. Com-
pletely furnished weekly rental.
Call (352)463-2758 for info. and
brochure. 10/30

WEDDING DRESS size 4,
includes veil. Very elegant dress,
sacrifice $700/obo. Call Crystal
(352)542-3389 or (352)578-5094
leave message! 10/30

BRYCO 38 .380 auto. 1
additional clip. 1 box of ammo.
Excellent, condition. $225.
(386)935-3195. 10/30

1979 FORD, LWB, 4x4,
ton, 351 Mod., auto, good
interior and exterior, has 35"
groundhawg tires. Needs carb
work, has strong motor. $1800/
obo (352)463-2650 or (352)949-
4326 or (352)949-1276 10/30

$125-. A QUEEN PLUSH
orthopedic pillowtop mattress


& box. New, in plastic with
warranty....6 piece bedroom set
$325, new in boxes! Can deliver.
(352)333-7516 10/30

$425 COUCH & LOVESEAT,
microfiber suede! Was $1,600.
Brand new in package with
warranty...... Full size pillowtop,
mattress set, $110. New in plastic
(352)372-8588 10/30


@ For Sale

7 PC. BR SET CHERRY,
queen/king bed, dresser, mirror,
2 nightstands. Chest avail., all
dovetail. New, in boxes, cost
$6K, sell $1150..... BED $220,
A King Ortho pillowtop mattress
& box. New, name brand, in
plastic, with warranty. Greg
(352)372-7490 10/30

BEDS, TABLES & CHAIRS,
Chests, Sofas, Loveseats,
Recliners, Dressers, China
cabinets, BarStools,Accessories
and much more, gently used and
affordable. Also, new mattress
sets, all sizes. Vickie & Fred's
almost New Furniture, LLC, 17
South Main (US 19). 353-493-
0004. 10/30

FURNITURE, OLD & NEW;
aluminum windows-good
condition-various sizes;
computers, stereos, radios. Best
offer. 352-486-4711. 10/30

2 TON COMFORT CENTRAL
H/A $495.00; 36" vanity w/mar-
ble sink, faucet, mirror $185.00
great shape; 31 10-ft steel con-
crete forms, bull float $895.00.
Too many tools to list. (352) 528-
6913/286-3660 10/30

6' x 7' HOT TUB $400 OBO.
352-727-9165. 10/30

60" FINISH CUT Trail mower,
14.5 hp Briggsengine-$500.352-
727-9165. 10/30

CUB CADET RIDING MOWER
- Kohler engine, 17 hp, 42" cut.
Needs starter $375. 352-727-
9165. 10/30

LEVY COUNTY LIQUOR LI-
CENSE $72,00, owner fi-
nancing. Call 321-277-5426 or
rbg52@aol.com 10/30

4-DRAWER, LETTER-SIZE
upright file cabinet $20.00;
33x18" roll around chest with
toolbox on top, $25.00; 2
speakers, 14x31 $20.00. (352)
493-9890 10/30

JACKEL 150CC DIRT BIKE,
$1200.00; 250cc ATV 4-
speed with reverse, $1500.00;
150cc ATV automatic, yellow,
$1200.00. (352) 528-6987
10/30

2-HANDICAPPED SCOOTER
BATTERIES, used twice Paid
$160.00 will sell for $100.00.
Also have handicapped scooter
for parts $75.00. Please call
352-486-4066. 10/30

MARY KAY MAKEUP. Call
GeraldineRossat(352)490-5185
or email to geriross@bellsouth.
net. 10/30

FURNITURE FORSALE: French
Provincial Loveseat in Antique
White with matching coffee table
with marble top. Also, 2 antique
marble top occasional tables, 1
pine, 1 walnut. (352) 528-6261
10/30

250CC UTILITY ATV, Hunter
Series, $2400. Call (352) 486-5
843 10/30


OFFICE
SALE:
Packard,


FURNITURE FOR
printer/faxer, Hewlitt
$40.00. Also 2


single beds with frames and
mattresses, $35.00. (352) 682-
8099 or 528-0207 10/30

PATIO FIREPLACE metal/
portable $50; VCR $20;
JCPenney sewing machine -
$30. 352-493-9167 10/30

STERLING SILVER jewelry
business for sale! Call Jean @
(352)493-1921 10/30

FIREWOOD FOR SALE. $75.00
cord (4 x 8 stack); $145.00 full
cord (2 4x8 stacks). Call (352)
486-2701, 221-5036. 10/30

1 SET OF TWIN BEDS w/box
springs and mattresses $50.00;
plastic barrels, $10.00.
Call (352) 486-5860 10/30

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,
tables, chairs, lamps etc. Gun
cabinet $100, antique mantel
$95, cooler case $800/obo, an-
tique pub bar $45/obo, assorted
tables, chairs, swings, lamps,
small computer desk, & dining
table w/ 4 chairs. Call Drop An-
chor in Old Town 352-542-7200
10/30

12 X 30 HANDIHOUSE, con-
verted to small apartment, 1
bath, small bedroom, no kitchen.
Insulated sheet rock. $6,500.
(352) 727-8163 10/30


SFor Sale

7 STONE DIAMOND anniver-
sary band, 1 ct, beautiful, must
see. $500 obo (352) 258-2758
or (352) 463-3871. 11/6

1992 30'DUTCHMAN 5th wheel,
clean, 1 slide-out. $5000 obo.
Call (352) 258-2702. 11/6

G0 Antiques

ANTIQUES, private collection;
cookie jars, glassware, chairs,
children's rockers, etc. 486-
4932 10/30

ANTIQUE COLLECTION for
sale! All retails over $9000 will
take $3000, can look at collec-
tion inside Laney's Antique Gift
Mall in Chiefland. Call Jean for
more details. (352)493-1921.
10/30

510Auctions

ROUND UP Auction Barn
Saturday Night 6 PM
taking consignment at 1PM.
Merchandise & Livestock
AB2489 (352) 356-1929. 10/30

DIXIE LAN AUCTION (old drive
in), every Saturday at 6:30.
General merchandise. Every
3rd Sat. is Food sale night. Col.
Joel Kulcsar AU1437 AB2550
(352)213-6019 or (352)498-
0582 10%BP 10/30

ROUND UP AUCTION Sat.
night at 6pm. Old Town, N on
349, consignments at 11 am.
Merchandise. (352)542-7794
/352-356-1929 AB2489 10/30

@ Yard Sale

TRENTON AMERICAN LE-
GION AUXILIARY Inside yard
sale Nov. 8, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
4500 Hwy 129 next to the FFA
Arena (between Trenton & Bell).
Tables for rent, $5.00. Hot dogs
& drinks for sale. 352-463-6656.
11/6p

YARD'SALE- NOV. 8TH 9-12
Three generation yard sale
Something for every age Wom-
en's jeans size 8-0, glassware,
knickknacks, Sheet sets, jew-
elry, jackets, decor .kids cloths
old navy 4-6. 559 E. Thrasher.
10/30

BRONSON YARD SALE 285
N. Court Street, next to Making
Waves Beauty Salon. Sat. Nov.
8, 9 am to 3 pm. Clothes, toys,
books, kitchen ware and lots
more. Rain or shine. 11/6-11/6
THRIFT SALE Friday, 11/7, 8
am 4 pm, Saturday, 11/8, 8 am
until noon. Lots of great items.
Come shop in the Fellowship
Hall at Trenton United Method-
ist Church at 203 NE 2nd Street,
Trenton. 11/6-11/6
HUMONGOUS YARD SALE
- Tri-County Nursing Home cel-
ebrates Christmas in November.
Please come join us Friday, Nov.
14 from 8 a.m. to, 1 p.m. and
shop at our yard sale. We will
have boiled peanuts made fresh
on site and you can enjoy a hot
dog lunch with chips and drink
for just $3.00. Sample and take
home some of our delectable
home-made baked goods. Get
your Christmas shopping start-
ed or finished early and help us
make a happy Christmas for our
residents! 11/6-11/13


Pets & Animals

REG. TENNESSEE WALKING
HORSE, 3-year-old gelding,
black/white hocks, big 15.3, very
gaity,$1000; 6-month-old filly
out of Ivory Pal, liver chestnut/
one blue eye, flashy, good gait,
$700. Excellent pedigrees. (386)
935-2880 10/30

GOATS FOR SALE several
young bucks. $35 each. Make
great pets and lawnmowers.
Leave message: 352-463-2225
10/30

GOATS FOR SALE Nubian,
Fainters, and mutts. All colors,
all ages. Nannies, bucks and
wethers, prices vary. Williston
area. Call afternoon and evening.
352-529-25251 cell 352-598-
3366 10/30


@ Pets & Animals

AKC BOXER PUPPIES $600.00.
3 fawn, 1 brindle; 3males,1
female. Health certificates, tails
docked and dewclaws, shots to
date. Parents on premises. Call
(352)221-4725, (352) 316-5024.
10/30

FREE TO GOOD HOME three
1-year old Labs. 2 Yellow, 1
Chocolate. 490-6666 10/30

MINI DONKEY, gelding, 5
years old, coggins and all health
certificates up to date. Please
call Betsy Duncan at (352) 528-
3555 10/30

PARAKEETS, young assorted
colors $15.00 each or if you
buy, 10 or more they-are $10.00
each. Also'Cockatiels $25&$35
each. Call (352)302-3618
10/30

PET PAVILION PET SUP-
PLIES Dog collars, leashes,
toys, treats, dog coats, etc.
Horse de-wormers, gifts, and
seasonal items. Chiefland Flea
Market, front corner by the red
sign. Friday, Saturday, Sunday -
10 am -4 pm. 12/31

MUST SEE TO APPRECIATE
Blue Staffordshire American
red nose pit bull cross puppies,
4 months old, all shots, wormed,
health certificates. Choose from
chocolate or bronze $350.00.
352-493-0519 11/27

G 0 Wanted to Buy

WANTED TO BUY buying guns
of any kind rifles, shotguns,
pistols, including black powder.
Also buying hand and power
tools. 352-949-5601 10/30

Good Things
To Eat
GRAIN FED BEEF for the
Freezer. No hormones or im-
plants. $1.50/lb live weight,
plus slaughter, cut & wrap. Ev-
ergreen Farm (352)498-7067 or
(352)542-7135. 10/30

GOOD THINGS TO EAT whole
ground beef Frozen, youll love
it. Special price. (352)210-0162.
10/30

FRESH SEAFOOD, located at
Robinsons Seafood Market &
Restaurant, call (352)543-5051.
10/30

@ Farm Products

HAY FOR SALE. Large roll,
highly fertilized, net wrap, weed
free. Coastal Bermuda, $45.
Call (352) 949-0222 10/30

O Automobiles for
Sale
2005 FORD F150, V8, auto,
air, ladder carrying rack on
top, 19,800 miles, like new,
white/gray interior, estate sale,
remaining warranty. $8,900.00
(352) 493-4181 10/30

2005 FORD EXPEDITION,
Eddie Bauer Edition, red,
loaded, one owner, seats 7,
excellent condition. KBB,NADA
and Edmunds private party
value $13,000. Asking $11,900.
Call (352) 215-1715. 10/30


Automobiles for
Sale
2005 FORD FREESTYLE SEL,
white with tan trim, seats 6, has
rear bench seat, rear air, one
owner, clean family car. Asking
$10,500. (352) 215-1715 10/30

2000 DODGE GRAND
CARAVAN Sport LE, leather,
captain seating, auto/dual air/6
cyl, AM/FM/single CD Infinity
speaker pkg, VHS video system
w/inputs, roof rack, cruise, runs
great, $4000 OBO (352) 665-35
95 10/30

REQUEST FOR BIDS The
Town of Otter Creek is disposing
of three fire trucks. 1. 1976
Dodge 300 Squad needs work.
2. 1971 International 1700
Tankertruck'-"runs: 3. 1965 Ford
750 Pumper runs good.-pump
works. Needs minor repairs. The
Town is accepting- sealed bids
for any of the above. Deadline
is 7:00 pm Nov. 17, 2008. For
questions call 352-328-6411.
Send sealed bids to "Bid Fire
Trucks" Town of Otter Creek,
P.O. Box 65, Otter Creek, FL
32683, or hand deliver to 555
SW 2nd Ave., Otter Creek, FL
32683. Please indicate which
truck you are bidding on. The
Town reserves the right to
reject any and all bids. 10/30

@ Estate Sale

ESTATE SALE 10/31 through
11/2/08, 8 am to 4 pm, 18682
SW 108th Street, Dunnellon.
High-end antiques and furniture,
sports equipment, thousands of
miscellaneous items. 352-226-
6711. 11/6p

0Swap, Barter
or Trade
WILL TRADE CLAMS for beef,
chicken pork or veggies. Call
(352)493-4921 or (352)318-171
6 11/6

e Boats & Marine

1985 SEA LION, T-Top, 19.5
foot, 150hp XR Mercury, center
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Soccer Results

U6 Division

Hungry Howie Revolution 2
Chiefland Citizen Strikers 1
Goals Scored: (HH) Ian Tape, Castin Grisham, (CC)
Jason Cannon

Suwannee Valley Vet Paw Prints 3
North Florida Pharmacy Dynamos 3
Goals Scored: (SV) Cole Carter, (NF) Kenny Harris,
Weston Sutton 2

Hungry Howie Revolution 5
Suwannee Valley Paw Prints 1
(HH) Castin Grisham 2, Carlos Days, Ian Tape, Landon
Teelon, (SV) Cole Carter

U8 Division

Big Johns Supply Magic 5
Standridge Pine Straw Reapers 2
Goals Scored: (BJ) Colby Reed, Zachary Hardee,
Ashtyn Brown 3, (SP) Alanna Ivins 2

Firestine Painting Galaxy 2
Jones Plumbing Rapids 1
Goals Scored: (FP) Conner Whistler, Logan Firestine,
(JP) Dylan Castell

Bella Tan & Nail Bellabombs 3
Jac Pac Distributors Hammerheads 0
Goals Scored: (BT) Clayton Cannon, Noah Nguyen 2


The Chiefland Outlaws, a newly formed travel baseball team from the Chiefland area, placed second in the
Second Annual Rally at the Gateway in Lake City Oct. 18-19. The tournament was the second the team had
participated in since forming. They placed third in their first tournament in September. Left to right, back
row: Coaches Tim Castell and Jeff Kennedy; middle row: tournament director Bert Holloway, Hunter Smith,
Trevor Castell, Dalton Hodge, Dustin Aldrich, Dalton Koonce, Sam Whitley and Dale Stone; front row: Clay
Gilliam, Chase Malloy and Jake Kennedy. The team thanks the following businesses for sponsoring their
participation in the tournaments: Bar-BQ-Bills, Alachua Fire Extinguisher and Stone's BP.
Chiefland, from Page 1 B


But Smith scooped up the ensuing onside kick attempt
moments later and raced 50 yards for the score. He would
add a 31-yard touchdown later in the quarter to finish the
scoring.
Chiefland head coach Ajay Ulmer gave credit to Union
County for being better prepared and more focused.
"They played well," he said. "They came out on their
senior night and they played more aggressively and more
physically than we did, and we did not respond to it.
We did not play our brand of football, and we were not
ready to play mentally. Those things contributed to what
happened."
The Indians return to Chiefland Friday for their 2008
homecoming game, vs. Trenton. Game time is 7:30 p.m.


Chiefland running back Dane Cothron sets sails on
a 30-yard run midway through the fourth quarter.


Williston, from Page 1 B


Jacob Adams puts a leg into it.


U10 Division

Subway Slammers 2
Martin Orthodontic Jawbreakers 0
Goals Scored: (SS) Blake Hyatt, Chase Malloy

Laney's Antique Mall Lightning 0
Chiefland Pediatric Panthers 0
No Goals Scored

U12 Division

Bejeweled Custom Jeweler, Inc Blazers 12
Chiefland Towing Wreckers 0
Goals Scored: (BB) Ashley Lang, Jessica Guerrero 2,
Ryan Block 4, Mike LaRock 4, Jeana Rosales


U14 Division

Adopt a Car Cruisers 7
Southern Sportsman Shooters 5
Goals Scored: (AC) Caleb Lawrence, Jaleel Campbell,
Shain Cormack, Mark Fowler, Kenny Simmons 3
(SS) Kaleb Caplin 2, Austin Davis 2, Manny Rosales

U16 Division

Too Late Recovery Chargers 3
Perkins State Bank Predators 2
Goals Scored: (TL) Dusty Williams 3, (PB) Brittany
Barwick, Zach Armlin

Trask Chiropractic Crushers 9
Car Quest Motorheads 6
Goals Scored: (TC) Sean Fowler 5, Tyler Reyes 2,
Taylor Reyes 2,
(CQ) Cole Whetstone 2, Kyle Armlin 3, Andy Fisher


the air as quarterback Frank Snead found wide receiver
Keenan Jenkins for a pass down to the Red Devils' 2-yard
line. Snead ran in for the Raider touchdown. The kick was
good and the score was then 12-7.
On the ensuing kickoff, Evans made the catch at the 4-
yard line and made three would-be tacklers miss. He was
off to the end zone for a 96-yard touchdown, his third of
the game at the 6:25 mark of the first quarter. Again the
two point attempt failed and the Red Devils held an 18-7
lead.
With 3:02 left in the first quarter, Snead found Jenkins
for a 23-yard pass for a Raider touchdown. The kick was
good and the score was then 18-14.
Evans took the kickoff and returned the ball 54 yards.
Two plays later, he took the ball in from the 7-yard line for
his fourth touchdown of the first quarter. This time the Red
Devils kicked the extra point and Isaac Floyd put it right
through the uprights. The Red Devils held a 25-1'4 lead as
the first quarter ended.
Evans took a handoff on the second play of the second
quarter and blasted through the Raider defense for a 72-
yard gallop for his fifth touchdown of the game. The kick
was good and the Red Devils held a 32-14 lead.
The Raiders scored again at the 6:30 mark of the second
quarter, but Jordan White burst through the line and blocked
the extra point kick and the score was then 32-20.
The first half ended with the Red Devils .on the move at
the Santa Fe 30-yard line.
The Raiders took the second-half kickoff and drove


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down the field for a touchdown as Snead found Jenkins
for a 14-yard pass. The kick was good and the Raiders had
pulled the score to 32-27 at the 10:18 mark of the third
quarter.
Giving Evans a rest, Dontrell Edwards scooted up the
middle for a 53-yard Red Devil touchdown at the 3:32
mark of the third quarter, following a Juwantis Collins
interception of a Snead pass. The kick was good and the
Red Devils then led 39-27.
The fourth quarter was all Williston as Evans broke
loose for his sixth touchdown of the game from 30 yards
out. Evans then scored the two-point conversion and the
Red Devils took a 47-27 lead with 7:07 remaining in the
game.
Red Devil quarterback Dalton Edwards broke three
tackles on the Red Devils' next possession, and ran 45
yards for a touchdown with 5:57 showing on the clock. The
two-point attempt was no good and the Red Devils were
leading 53-27. After a quick three and out by the Raiders,
Edwards again rolled to his left, followed a crushing block
by his wide receiver, and scampered 45 yards for his
second touchdown of the night. The kick was good and
the Red Devils were ahead 60-27, with just two minutes
remaining.
The Red Devils finished district runner up for the fourth
straight year. The regular season will end Nov 14, senior
night for the Red Devils.
They will host Newberry before moving on to the
playoffs the following week.


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