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Title: Levy County journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Levy County journal
Publisher: R.B. Child
Place of Publication: Bronson, Fla
Publication Date: March 19, 2009
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Bronson (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Levy County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Levy -- Bronson
Coordinates: 29.448889 x -82.636389 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began May 1, 1928.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 17 (Aug. 1, 1929).
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Volume ID: VID00217
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By Terry Witt


Yankeetowvn resident Marsha Drew~ wcas sworn into office Tuesday
as an: interim county commissioner an~Jd she demonstrated early that she
understands the art of political compromise.
Her first motion as a commissioner was to; approve the Nature Coast
Thunder Rally in south Levy County and include alcohol sales, but it
failed to get a second.
Commissioner Lilly Rooks, a 15-yeat veteran' ofthe board,1leaned over
and asked if Drew would be willing to make the same motion, but exclude
alcohol sales.
Drew made the adjustment. The motion passed 3-1, with ~Commission
Chairwoman Nancy Bell casting the vote in opposition.
:"There was not enough preparation time and they did not follow the
guidelines.'" Bell. said. .
The new commissioner, the first ever from. Yankeetown or Inglis, will
replace Comm~iissioner. Sammy Yearty while hie is suspended. His federal
trial on bribery allegations is May 4. ,
The go~ernor's office has not selectedd an interim commissioner to
replace: suspended Imard member Toniy Parker. Parker, Yearty and Pam
Blair, a formei county official, will be tried together.


Attoidy debate motions

to dismiss defamation suit
By Terry Witt ;
Staff Writer

Circuit Judge David Glant heard more than an hour of argument
Tuesday on whether a defamation lawsuit filed by businessman A.D.
Andrews against the Chiefland Citizen should be dismissed rather
than allowed to move forward to trial.
Andrews alleges ,that the Chiefland Citizen used a series of
published editorials and stories to imply he voted illegally in a
Chief and' election and was guilty~ of voter ~fraud, causing him great
emotional' distress~ and damage to his reputation in the community
Andrews won a lawsuit earlier this year establishing he had
voted legally in Chiefland elections for 40 years and had the right to
continue doing~ so. The State Attorney's office found no evidence he

See Suit, Page 4A


Th~e :rally, a~ motorcycles gathering and fund-raiser at :Skoote'r Hav~en,
had bjeen 'held for two years in Citrus County- but .is, being moved to
Levy County;. It needed a special event' permiit from commissioners. The
application was incomplete and late mi arriving. Rally representative
SDianne Alloi a~y~ apologized.
The rally will raise money for the Boys and Girls Club, Operation
Yellow Bow,' Souith Levy Little League and the WTithlacoochee: Gulf
Preserve. Florida Thunder Rally Inc. is sponsoring lthe evernt.
The fact: that alcohol won't be sold at the rally doesn't necessarily mean
it will be alcohol free. Riders could, bring their own alcohol to the event
and' the ~organizers would have no control.
The rally site, is: a 19350 S.E. Butler Roatd, Inglis. The rally dates aire
April: 9-12. The opening ~day is for vendors set up. The event will feature
food vendors, merchandise vendors, bikini contests and Miss Nature Coast
Thunder Rally contest.
In other business:
m. The Levy .Coun~t) Journal was selected to' publish this year's
delinquent property tax notices. This is the' second. consecutive year for:
the Journail to publish the notices. After this year, the Journzal will get the
contract every other, year. County Coordinator Freddie M60ody said for

See Drew, Page 3A

Teacher grievance is filed

at school board meeting

By Anna Suggs
Assistant Editor

"Grievance Hearing" was a new item that was inserted in the March 17
Levy County School Board meeting agenda.
The Levy County Education Association filed a grievance with the
school board after its concerns were not satisfactorily responded to after first
reaching out to Bronson Elementary School Principal Cheryl Beauchamp
and then Levry County School Board Superintendent Bob Hastings.
The! grievance involves Bronson Elementary School teachers
being required by Principal Beauchamnp to attend weekly Continuous
Improvement Model meetings during the time in which the teachers could
be planning.
Continuous Improvement Model (CIM) is a Florida Department
of Education model that is based in the idea that success from students
See Grievance, Page 7A


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A Bronson restaurant has
opened its doors to help
r aise funds to send Bronson
Elementary School safety
patrols to Washington, D.C.
flow ab out that;- Paje 2A.

News
A-representative from Meridian
Beha'vorial Healthcare visited
the Claiefland.Rotary Club .
SMarch 11 to speak about
mental health problems being
encountered in thie local area.
Get all the details, Page 4A.

News
i Three Levy County students
have been arrested in unrelated
cases for allegedly dealing
drugs. Read all about it, Page

News
A sex offender living in Bronso
will now get a new address ja
for failing to register with the
state, Page 6A.

Editorial :
Michelle Malkin has Nancy: '
~Pelosi on her mind, and when
that happens, you know s~he
.-will have some choice words,
Page 8A.
Editorial
SJournal Staff Writer Terry Witt
has found a lovely spot in
Chiefland where the birds sing
and utopia busts out all over th
Place. Cool. Page 9A.

Sports
When Chiefland played
Williston Feb. 17 in softball,
the Lady Red Devils used a
'bouru ndxh to win the game
when they met again Friday?
You will never guess, Page 1B

:.'Sports
Racing action continues to hba
up at the Bronson Speedwaiy,
Find out whose car ran the
fastest and whose lagged
Behind, Page 2B. i

1..ife
The Williston Woman's Club
Shad a chamber mixer recently
'and they previewed a scene
from their upcoming annual
comedy/mystery play. It was
' amazing, Page 5B.




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Levy County commissioners heard some disturbing
financial estimates Tuesday~ about funding for, their
Eniergency Medical Services program.
A, study of EMS funding in Levy Countyr found }he
county would have to impose a tax~ assessment of $1 52
per dwelling unit 'arinually to inake the ambulance
d: service pay for itself without dipping into property tax
i revenues, more thain doubling what the county currehtlyr
assesses ~per parcel.
Levy County 'Comnmissioners received the news at' a
Tliesday ;voi-kshop, but didn't waste time saying they
do~ubte~d the $152 per dwelling unit (apartment -or homee' .
would, be ~adopted in an eb~onomy where people and
businessess are struggling for their financial survival.
"We are facing next year a critical budget year, but
ourk citizens are facing, the same thing."' said Commi~ssion
SChairwoman N~ancy Bell. "I don't know' where it's going
to land."
.: Commissioners currently impose an Emergency
Med ieal Services assessment of $175 per parcel. It appears
on property talx bills as a non-ad valorem- assessment,
but it doesn't generate nearly enough money to operate
the~ ambulance service.
-r he three-year estimate of wfhat it will cost~ to operate
ElkfS is about $4.2 million annually.
.. ~Preliminary. estimates show the current EMh~S
assessment has generated about $1.6 million this year. L~~l~rwrlf~
Fees collected from people using the ambulance services 41~~r~:
and other revenue sources like impact fees generate an Let 'er rip
additional $1.1 million.
Commissioner Danny 'Ste\ enj asked the consultant,: Four-year-old Andrew Powers gets ready to take a swing during T-Ball actic
Government Services Group, Inc., to return with ~ ISaturday at Strickland Park in Chiefland. Powers was one of nearly 5
i' :youngsters on hand Saturday for the opening ceremonies of this year's Chief lal
SSee -Tax IPage 7AI Area Athletic Association season. For more, see Page 12B. (Rick Bumham)


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Williston took' one step closer to being a self-sufficient
community March 12 ;with the grand opening of the TMC
HealthCare and TMC Chiropractic. n
Williston is considered an underserved rural area of north
:Florida, saiid Eileen Senecal, Director of Development and
Education at Trenton Medical Center, Inc. For' that reason,
jTMC HealthCare was~ purchased in, conjunction with federal
Grant money to serve the city of WillistoIp, she said.
The health center is a member of the National Association
Sof Community Centers and accepts most forms of insurance
and uses a sliding scale for fees,
To celebrate the' grand opening, the center held~ a Health
;Awareness Day and offered free screenings, such as
cholesterol, diabetes, hearing and more.
"A great many people took advantage of those~ free


screenings," Senecal said. "Over the course of the day, arer EE.~in~ U~t V.'.:'
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services and pjrimar'y Care -Monday thiough Friday, and .9 LIED BUBBj
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To make the grand opening complete, the Williston Area -a "
Chamnber of Commerce was, on hand at 1:30 p.m. for a ribbon
cutting ceremony.
"The chamber ribbon cutting was like frosting on the'
cake,", Senecal said.
Williston Chamer President Justin Head said he is excited INCHE D
to have the center as the newest member of the chamber. 116N. Main St.
"TMC will certainlyr be a valuable. asset to our community 93-49
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he said. "It is great to see a gew business getting involved in r.) 8 8 8
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IStory and photo by Anna
:Suggs
A~ssistant Editor

The safety patrols' trip to
W~iashington D.C. is an annual
tradition that dates way back. Fifth-
:graders from all over the country
;take to the ~nation's capital to learn
;about government, American
History, and s'ee the sights.
It's ~an experience no safety;
:patrol would want to miskr but
:with the trip expen~se~s coming
I'close to $600, some f~undidaising is
necessary.
On Friday, 10 safety patos~
froi21i Bronson Elemenfary School
had the opportunity to raise money
for their trip while also leatrning
wh~at it's like to workir and earn the.
money.
;A pasta dinner wvas prepared
and served .for $8 ~each at Lady(
Luck ~Caif in Brons~oni.' Restaurairti
owner Muarlana `Franklini provided
the, food, dr~inks,' cook, dishwasher
anid the locaitiorn.
"I came in thinking we might
have t'o provide the food and do
the cookir'g, but she said no, she'd
provide everything," said Brorison
.Elemeritary School safety 'patrol
sponsor: and third-grade teacher
'`Mat'lene W\;iggmns. :The only thngl
the parents of the safety patrols
had to bring was the de~ssert.
The .Washington1 D.C.. trip
will 'take~ place ;June 96,-20 ~and
this~was- tht~e last big' funriaiser
before they. pay .for the_ trip,
said` fellow Bronson Elemabntary
School safety patrol :sponsor
and :third-grade ~teacher~ Crystal :
Hubb~ard. .
The students acted as serv~ers
at the buffet-sty~le dinner,


Cimon Stacey, a fifth-grade saftey patrol at Bronson Elementary School, serves drinks during the pasta dinner fundraiser held
at Lady I.Alck Cafe March 13. Cimon was one of 10 students~ who worked the dinner, in which all proceeds went to the patrols'
:rp~ .Washington D.C. in June.


community children.
Andy Russo, the dishwasher at
Lady Luck Caf6 who volunteered
for the dinner, said Franklin is a
great lady who loves kids and
looks out for people. He said she
offered him a job in the .restaurant
on the spot when hie helped hier
air up her tires one day.
"She's got heart of gold," he
said.


prelxiring and serving drinks for
the tables. .
Abouit $0 tickets were Qold,
but ihey were ~prepared to; feed
asbou~t 80 .if there were w~ilk-
.ins, Hubbard said. On~e hiudred
percentt o~fthe sto~ney raised went
t~o the '10 students present ;.
Franklin. along. -vith
providing almost everythiing for
the evening. also donated $75 to


be raffled to. one. of the student's
Washington. trip fund.
When asked why. she was
doing .so much to help out the
-students, .Franklini said she loves
childrenn and loved seeing the
:enthusiasm they had for working
and learning.
"They;'re ~so' excited about
wvhat they're doing.'" she said.
"Sometimes you wvish you could


be young again." .
Angie. Phillips' .f ifth-grade
daughter, Allie, was one of the
studentS- who participated in the
fundraiser. She said Allie was
excited about being a server,
even requesting. an apron to wear
while she worked.
Phillips .said it is exciting
to see a local business owner
open her doors to help out the


The ribbon signifying the grand opening of TMC
Heaikhbare in Williston .fluitters to -the ground after
beidig tut! Dre!~enton iownens, full-time: chiropractor
at the center, -did the honor of the ribbon cutting,
which was an event, put on by the Williston Area
Chamber' of C~ommerce March 12..To: the right of
Owens is Trenton Medical Center CEO Dewayne
~Yates and to thei left is CFO Anita Riels, TMC Director
df Development and. Education Eileen Senecal
and Cathy Robinson. Behind Owens is Malcolm
Hickox and Williston Chamber members Earl Ogle,
Jim Smith, Mark Pompeo, Taylor Wasson. The
center held H;ealth Awareness Day in celebration
of the granrd opening ~and offered free screenings
throughout the day.


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SStory and photo by Anna Suggs
~~ Assistant Editor :~


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The legal organ of Levy County, Florida, 't~he Levy County Journal is published every Thursday by
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POSTMASTER: Send address changes to
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Rick Burnham
Editor
Anna Suggs
Assistant Editor
Terry Witt
Staff Writer
Kathy Hilliard
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Lyn Riffle, Nikki Hyde.
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Delivery
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Drew, from PagelA

many years the county rotated the contract
to newspapers around the county, but that
was back in the day when the newspapers
inChieflandt, Bronson and Williston
had different owners. The Chiefland
Citizen,i Wi'lliston Pioneer-Sun and Cedar
Key Beacon are owned by Landmark
Communiications out of Norfolk, Va. The
contract will, be rotated ,every~ other year
between the Journal and La~ndmark.
SCommissioners decided their first
budget workshop of~ the year will take
place at 1:30 p.m. on ~April 21. Moody
:said department heads will present their
budgets to commissioners, but not the ~
co titut ioa offi rs
co. Th board 1 w~ced the lowi bidder
flor the re air of the county's draglinie to
amend hisp bid and raisp it from $28,650
to $45,059.' Admiinistrative .Road
Superintendent Bruce Gi-eenlee said the
company found more internal datimage
than was ~visible when the company
-made -aff initial inspection on site. Th~e
drtagline is used to mine limestone for use
in building roads. The amended contract
Swas~ approved 3-1 with Bell voting no.
She also voted against allowing the non.
agenda item to be heard.
W. Commissioners apparovled a
resolution ~urging the count)/ legislative ,
delegation to: vigorously support the
`Florida Forever land c conservation
program. Florida Forever hjas acquired
more than 1:.3 million acres of land and
allocates $300m illionnaannually to purchhise
~envrironmentally sensitive and other lands.
In Levy Cointhy, :Florida Fore~ver was used
,dilchaseDevlsn nm sc Waesnel n
'Preserve State Park, .Natur~e` Coast Tirail,
Cross Florida Greenway,and Goethe State :

"5t Commissioners votedto permit the
Leiry Soil and Water Conservsition B~oard
to apply fobr a: $121,000 federal stimulus
Grant to aid thestruggl ing clam farmei's and
oy;stermen `of Cedar Key. Rookols brought
Sit to the attention of commissioners. She
said derelict c~jnlam bags taken.,froni; clam
1leases w~ill be used to' build o\ster beds. V
:1:.-0 W Gommissdoners. addedd County '
Afterniey eln Bast Brown to bring bacl
a' resolution that. oriigiriated in EFrankin
County alkikkg ,the: `state, to change the
mesh s'ize of nets used to~ catch. mullet.
The larger messh size would allow juvenile
muillet to- fall through the nets' rather: than
get caught .in theint Fishiermen arte not
ilegailljl allowed to catch juvenile mullet.
The. minimum .size~ of the net ivill remain;
5a00 square feet.


Story and photo by Terry Witt
Staff Writer

It was a day of firsts for Marsha Drew and her fan club fErom
Yankeetown.
The former vice` mayor of Yankeetown was the first resident
of'that city ever sworn in as a county commissioner. Her
appointment also makes this the first time the board has had three
female commissioners.
The entii-e Y~ankeetown Coubcil Mike Lineberger, Larry
Feldhusen, Norm Shannahan, Doug Dane and Mayor Dawn
SMarie Clary were on hand to watch her sworn in by County;
Judge Joseph Smith,
The back two rowvs of the cominission chamber were also
filled with friends and Yankeetown supporters. They remained
through the enjtire meeting. She thanked them for their slipport.
SShe has been appointed by Gov.~ Charlie Crist as an interim
commissioner to serve: dulriig the suspension of Commiissioner
S namny Yearty. He .faces federal 'tral l on May 4 on bribery

Shlesatidn.l~~~1 she is aware that some people feel the Yankeetown
.andl Inglis area' haven't been well represented. She .said she
undei'statids what the area needs and lacks.
Drew ~inherits two big Issues on her end of the count$;, the `
proposed Levy Nuclear Plant and Tarmac American limestone
mmre.
All .the local approvals for the nuclear plant have beeil
.granted by the county commission. Progress Energy is slowly
moymng forward with its application for federal and state agency
approval.
SThe Tarmac~ mine-is also' attempting to obtain federal and state
permit approval,
SDrew said she doesn't have an opinion yet on either project.


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County Judge Joseph gives the oath of office to Marsha
Drew. The new iriterim commissioner was appointed by
the governor to replace suspended country commissioner
Sammy Yearrty.
"I really have to look at and study the documentation to
determine where I stand," she said,
Her first local issue resulted in a compromise win for Drew
Tuesday. Commissioners approved a special event permit for thie
Nature Coiast Thunder Rally, but without alcohol sales. She had
askbd to include alcohol sales at the event. Fellow commissioners
were opposed. She agreed to the compromise.
She said she had talked to people in advance about the rally
and had been told it was a well run event, but she was willing to
give' ground wheni the other commissioners' didn't want alcohol
salbs.
Drew h~as enrolled in a county commission certification course
to bring her up to speed on her nevi job.
"I'm just feeling my wafr now," she said.


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:'to have received this -designation. ./
.By awaruding facilities the? status ofa a1reast Imaging Center
of Excellence, the A;CR recognizes breast-imaging centers: that .
~have earned, accreditation in, all of the ACR's voluntary' breast-
imag~ing ac~creditation programs,"'in addition to the mandatory ~
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Women's Imaging Center; is fully ~accredited iil mammography, :
stereotactic breast biolisy, breast idtrasound and ultra-sotinrd guided
breast biopsy. In addition, they are the only imaging center in Marion
County to offer stereotadtic breast biopsy and breast MRI.
Peer-teview evaluations, conducted by Board Certified
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including those involving alcohol and drug abuse. S~he also spoke at length
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had, voted illegally ini Chiefland elections.
Defense attorney Gary Edinger, who
represents fired C itizen reporter Jeff
Hardison, and attorney Karen Gaffn~ey,
wvho represents th~e Citizen and its parent
company, Landmark .Commuinications,
claim their clients had not been given
adequate legal notice the defamation
suit, .as 'coming~.Edinger'saidd the state
requirement for zriotice-is-intended -to-g~ive
the accused an opportunity to remedy the
problem.
Charles Hughes, representing Andrews,
said the issue vias resolvedi when Andrews
served on the defendants pre-suit notices and
filed an~ amended lawsuit after the first suit
was dismissed pending a Florida Supreme
Court ruling ~in a different case. Hughes
argued that anyr alleged deficiencies were in
the pre-suiit notices and were remedied once
Andrews served on all of t~he defendants
amended pre-suit notice l~etters.
Hughes did acknowledge that if the suit
is thrown out, Anidrews could simply re-file
a fresh lawsuit with the same allegattions,
but he said it would unnecessarily tax the
court's timI~e and resources.
"It makes no sense to dismiss this case
when we can walk to. the clerk's office and
file a new complaint," Hughes said.
Edinger argued that a ''do-over" of the
lawsuit wasn't good enough to correct what
he viewed as a failure to legally notify his
client of the defamation claims prior to
bringing the lawsuit. Edinger said allowing
the amended lawsuit i~vith the amended pre-
suit notices amounts to a do-over. :
"The correct thing to do is dismiss and
refile," h~e said.
Edlinger and Gaffney argued that
the lawsuit cites no actual instances of
defamation. They said the stories primarily
quoted fom government investigations.
Edinger claimed Hardison had a qualified
privilege to report ~from government
records. Edinger also claimed nothing was
untrue in the stories and nothing was wrong
about the way they were written, nor was
there any. information that would lead to
false conclusions.
Gaff~ney acknowledged ~that Hardison
had incorrectly reported that Andrews had
filed for a Homestead Exemption at his
home in Gainesville. She was asked if the


story wasn't implying that Andrews had
lied. Gaffney described it as~ a "beniign
error." Andrews has never applied for a
Homestead Exemption in Florida.
Hughes said defamation by implication,
which has been recognized by t;e F'lorida
Supreme Court as a proper cause 'of
action, means that while the~facts reported
in a' story may be literally true, the way
- the-story-atnd head~line ar-e wir~iten and thqi
.facts arranged makes a difference in how
the` reader interprets the information. The
faets of the stories~ were written in such a
way as ~to falsely imply that Andrews was
guilty of voters fraud, Hughes said, and the
same implication was made repeatedly in
stories and editorials. He said the readers
of the Chiefland Citizen were asked to.
draw false conclusions from facts that
may have been true.
;Hughes said the stories were written
by two former t evy County Journal
employees with "axes to grind." Andrews
Sis the publisher of the Jlournal. Hardis~on
had been fired at the Journal. Hughes said
Carolyn Risner, the Chiefland Citizen
editor had left her editorship at the
Jburnal under u favorable circumstances.
He said the axe grinding was reflected in
the stories they wrote implying Andrews
was guilty of an election crime he never
committed.
Hardison wrote one story that talked
about "The Chiefland 11" and mentioned
Andrews as ~being part of that fictional
group. The defense attorneys were asked
if "The Chiefland 11" had ever been
mentioned in state investigative reports.
They ~were also asked if they thought using
the phrase gave some type of conspiratorial
or criminal flavor to the story.
Gaffney responded that the two'
editorials cited in the lawsuit.make no
mention .of Andr~ews' name. Hughes had
argued earlier in the hearing that the
inflammatory publications began when
the Chiefland Citizen warned in an Aug.
2, 2007 editorial that people who were
not legally registered to vote in Chiefland
could face criminal prosecution if they
voted. Htighes said the editorial was a
warning shot fired over Andrews bow.
The implication that he was guilty of voter
fraud was reinforced in later stories.


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DIANE W. McGEB
Diane W. McGee,. age 50, of Archer, Fla., passed away on March 4, 2009, in Gainesville,
Fla. McGee was born on Nov. 4, 1958, in West Palm Beach, Fla., to Robert and Donna Walter.
She was a teacher in the Public School system. She has lived the last 10 years in Archer, Fla.,
moving there from Williston, Fla. She was of the Baptist faith. She' sold Tupperware, loved
to do scrapbooking, was very involved in teaching and volunteering in school activities, and
she was Kayt's Girl Scout Leader and, was also a Boy'Scout Leader. She is survived by her
husband, Martin McGee; sons, Kent, Kirk and Karl MlcGee; daughter, Kayt McGee; sister,
Dawn Shannon; and one grandchild. A memorial service for Diane was held on March 12,
2009, at 6 p.m. at Knauf fFuneral Home-Williston with Ik David Paul ofliciating.
Arrangements were placed under the~ care of Knauf f Funeral Home-Williston, Fla.

CHRIST~IOPHER "CH[RIS" ROBERSON
Christopher 'Chris' Roberson, 48, of Trenton, Fla., passed away March 10, 2009, at Haven
Hospice of the Tri-.Counties in Chiefland, Fla.
Born in Gainesville, Fla., he.has spent most of his life in this area. C~hris was a truck driver
and enjoyed hunting, fishing and NASCAR. He was a Seminoles fan.
He is preceded in death by a brother, Jimmy Roberson.
He is survived by his brothers, Tim Roberson of Chiefland and Kenneth Roberson' Jr of
Gainesville;~ step-children, Wesley Johnson' of Chieflaind and Burton Milton of Cookeville,
Tenn.; and six grandchildren.
Graveside funeral services were held Saturday, March 14, 2009, at 2 p.m. at Jennings Lake
.Cemetery on SR 129 in Bell, Fla. Visitation was Friday night, 19arch 13, fromJ 7 9 p.m. at the
funeral home.
Arrangements were placed under the care of Hiers-Baxley Funeral Services, Chiefland,
Fla.

FRANK "SWAMPY" LYNN
Frank "'Swampy" Lynn, 76, of Chiefland, la., passed away at Haven H-ospice in thiefland
on Tuesday, March 10, 2009.
Born in Levy County, he moved back to this area from Michigan. He worked for Georgia
Pacific. `Frank was a member of the Masonic Lodge #5 13 in Michigarrand the Eaistern Star in
Florida. He enjoyed fishing and swap and trade. .
He is preceded in death by siblings: Alfie, Maude, Robert, Harvey, Henry, Ira and Lottie.
He is survived by his companion, Betty Gallowiay, and his sister, Bertha Lynn, both of
Chiefland, Fla. .
Funeral Services were held Saturday, March 14, 2009, at 11 a.m. at Hiers-Baxley Funeral
Services. Visitation was one hour prior to the service.
In lieu oifflowers, `donations can~be made in Mr. Lynn's memory to Haven Hospjice of the
Tri-Counties, 311 NE:9 9t, Chie~fland, FL 32626. .
SArrangements were placed under the~ care ofHiers-Baxley Funeal Servic~es, Chiefland, Fla.

WALTER RAY COATES SR.
Wialter Ray Coates Sr., age; 77, passed away ori March 14, 2009, at the Malcolm Randall VA
Medical Center in Gainesville,- Fla.
Mr. Coates moved to Old Town, Fla., from Penusauken, N.J., in 1995. He had worked as a
dye setter for Magnetic Metals for 35 years in Camden, N.J., and haid served in the Army during
the Korean War. He was a member of the VFW in Chiefland, Fla., and he enjoyed fishing.
Mr. Coates is survived by his wife, Lucille Coates of Old Town; his son, Walter R. Coates Jr
of Old Town; his brother, Wayne Coates of Cape Coral, Fla.; and his sisters, Darlene Gruning :.
of Old Town and Penny Coates of Woodburg, N.J.
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MJacoby B. O'Donnell, 19, 4450 N.;W. 100'h Ave.,
Chiefland, at 9:45 p.m., March 9, ort a charge of
possession ~of less than 20 grams of marijuana.
5 Nakia Natasha Wiggins, 26, 405 S.E. 4" St.,
Chiefland, at 3 a.m., March 14, on a charge of disorderly
intoxication.
SRegina Marcella Rhoomes, 43, 16650 N.W. 60"
Ave., Chiefland,lat 3:20 p.m., March 9, on three Levy
County warrant arrests.
SJames Ellerby Stephen, 4F3, 109 S.W. 146h Ave.,
Chiefland, at~ 1:15 a.m., March 10 on a charge of
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TIhree Levy Cotmty ~students' have been arrested in
unrelated cases for allegedly dealing drugs, on their
respective campuses.
.A 17-year-old student at Hilltop Alternative School
was arrested~on March 12 after selling ~a b~ag of cocaine
to another. student. A sheriff's report said the drug deal
involved a second man, Samuel Alexander Glover,18,
S.E. 4th Lane, Otter Creek<..
Glover was arrested for sale of a controlled substance
- cocaine. The 17-year-old vias arrested on a charge
of possession with intent to distribute' cocaine at a
school.
The juvenile said he had bought the cocaine for $20
from Glover on March 11 at Glover's home, according
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bond is $1,268, cash or surety. She was also arrested on an
active Columbia County warrant for violation of probation
- worthless check. Bond is $321 cash.
SMary Lee Fritts, 35, Homosassa, at 10 p.m., March
11, on Levy County warrant for failure to appear. Bond
.$2,500.
SGary D. Bamberger, 52, 4091 N.E. 132nd COurt,
Williston, at 3:30 a.m., March 11, on a charge of clrivirig
.tvith license suspended or revoked. Bond $2,500.
SJoseph Avram, 32, Fort Lauderdale, at 1:48 p.m.,
March' 10, on Levy County warrant for burglary of a
structure unarmed without person and larceny-theft $300
or more but less than $5,000. Bond $30,000.
SWilliam Paul Griffin, 22, 14148 N.E. 50th Place,
Williston, at 8:50 a.m., March' 10, on a charge of violation
of probation. No bond. .
SRebecca Blackberry, 22, .5791 N.W. 70th St.,
Chiefland, at 1:42 p.m., March 10, on a charge of violation
of probation grand theft. Bonid $7,500.
SRobert A. Parrish, Sr., 54, Cocoa, on a Levy County
warrant for failure to appear insufficient funds over
$.150,000. Bond $10,000.


r Terry Lee Arnold, 35, 50 Palm Tree Drive, Inglis,
at 9:36 p.m., March 12, aggravated ~assault with deadly
weapon without intent. Bond $5,000.
'5 David Shane Clemons, 31, 517 S.E. 5" St., on March
11, on charges s of resisting without violence and giving
false identification to law enforcement. Released on owvn
recognizance.
aClarice Robinson, 50, 4470 N.E. 208", Williston, at
8:25 a.m., March 11 on a Levy County warrant for sale of a
controlled substance, possession -of a controlled substance,
burglary of a dwelling unarmed and petit theft. Bond
$32,500. .
Joseph Zeke Bulrke, 34, 6452 N.WS. ~160*h St., Fanning
Springs, at 12:38 a.m. March 12, on a charge of disorderly
intoxication. Bond $1,000. ..
aI~ Isaac Buchanan, 28, 9599 N.W. 56" Lane, Chief land,
at 2 p.m., March 11, on a charge of violation of probation
tampering with evidence. Released on own recognizance.
M- Regina Marcella Rhoomes, 43, Trenton, at 7 pntm.,
Marich 10O, ,on four Henry' County warrants for failure to.
app~ear-worhless check first -degreej; and three counts of
edintempt odf court, worthless.~ check first .degree. Total
W~iiston arrests'


,MAngel Munos, 35, Oak Ridge Estates, Fl., at 7:48
p.m., March 9, on a charge of disorderly intoxication.
Bond $1,000.
aRoshad Jackson, 28, 405 S.E. 7th Terrace, Chiefland, at
11:45 a.m., March 10, on a charge of violation of probation
- burglary. Released on own recognizance.
MAlexander M. Bolinger, 22, 1526 N.W. 14" St.,
Chiefland, at 6:45 p.mn., March 10, on a Levy County
warrant for dealing in stolen property/grand theft. Released
on own recognizance.
SJerry Dean Boyd, 40, 330 Hardee St., Bronson, at
6:25 a.m., March 10', on charges of felony battery and
battery. Bond $20,000.
MDesiree N. Pyburn,.21, 5790 N.E. 106th COur,
Bronson, at' 12:13 a.m., March 10, on Alachua County
warrant for violation of probation larceny/grand theft
more than $300 but less than $5,000. Bond $10,000.
SViticent Donelle Peterson, 48, no address, at 3:19 p.m.,
March 8, on Alachua County civil order. Bond $2,000.
SJerry Cecil Wilks, 27, 8849 S.W. 15" Court, Trenton,
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when confronted. She said she cut the victim with a fork
in self defense.
Based on physical evidence and witness statements,
police said they arrested Sams on charges of' felony
battery, felony domestic battery, giving false information
to a police' offteer and aggravated battery with a weapon.
a Seth Aaron' Schnei'der, 25, Ocala, at 7:10 a.m.,
March 6, on charges of possession of less than 20 grams
of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia.
aJohn W. Nelson, 36, 950 N.E. 1 80" Ave., Williston,
at 3:4-4 p.m., March 11i, on a charge of violation protection
order.
M Jose Ovidio Dubon Castro, ~35, 2631 N.W. 165" St.,
Trenton, at 3:51 p.m., March 6, on a charge of driving
without a license.


~A 28-year-old Williston woman Was arrested for felony
battery March 7 following an argument arid an alternation
with the father of her children.
Tiffanyy K. Sams, 244 S.E. 10"' St., 'at first blamed the
victini for, escalating an! argument into a fight. She claimed
he choked her' at pointt, hit her in the face and pulled her
out of the vehicle. _
SThe victim told a different story, police said. When he
pulled into her driveway, she got into the driver's seat and
wanted to be driven somewhere. She became angry and
cut his face wit agn edged: weapon. A witness confirmed
the victim's version of the stor~.
When~ confronted with the new information,
investigators said Sams ~recanted some of the information
previously provided. She said she was in her kitchen


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Terry L. Herndon
Williston .
FTA Worthless Check Under
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J~ames I: Clemmoins
Chiefland
IVOP Possess Cocaine
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April N. ,Knight
Cross City
FTA4Petit Larceny
$5,00() Bond ~


~ Joe I: Denley Jr '
Chiefland
VOP DWL~SR
$504.50 Cash Bond


Robert D. Rohirer
Inglis
FTA DWLSR Knowlinigly
$5,000 Bond


Rawdy E. McCall
Old Town
Fraudulent Use of a Credit
Card
$6,000 Bond


Glov;er admitted selling $20 of cocaine to the boy.
He took investigators-to his residence whei~e 15 baggies
'of cocaine were found in Glover's bedroom.
In. the second case, an 18-year-old Williston High
School student was arrested March 9on. a charge of
distributing marijuana within 1,000 feet of a school.
Darryl.Stanford Crowder, 31.1 S.E. 10t'h St.,' Williston,
told investigators he had found a bag on the bleachers
containing eight separate small plastic baggies. The
bag- contained marijuana. Investigators said the eight
bags indicated an effort to sell the marijuana.
Crowder said when he saw Coach' Robert Patterson
approaching he attempted to hide the bag. Patterson
said when he~approached a group of students, he saw
Crowder ~holding a bag of marijuana and attempting to
hide the bag. Th~e coach said he found marijuana in the
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pIt I1l:27 mpl,: March 8, on charge
qf v~laiolaio of probation carrying a
.cpac gldweapon. Released on own
precpgmzance,
:J l. Col. diy Todd Bjurkett, 35, 5849
7j~'.Q*: Lane, Trenton, at 3:25 p.m.,
h on LIevy County warrant
ure~i~: to. appear violation of
op,.frad insufficient funds.

~-~i:~j~. ~,Clark, 37, 8899 S.W.
4l~'I::tronto, at I1:15 p.m.,
h 8, on a 'charge of battery. Bond .

.I;;::cs ah.M. Willis,. 32, Big Oaks
ifargglia~t 1.:42 a.m., Mfarch
on a chreof 4tiivmhg with license
end r rievoe. Bond 52,000.
~;i~;~~an~ ~a Jans, .27, 228 N.E '
6;'yi~h r ltona,50 p~nt., March
:ahFarge of failure to appear -

Tanid O ki~hnson~, 23, 422. S.W-
,.Cl ieflandnd,; at .5:01 p.m.,
oil gwarrant for violation
bation;n; driving with License
p r revoked. Bond -5358

lyGene Vlacos, 27, 1235 I
Si5 S t,. Archer, at 3 25~ pm.,
*;'i~ch _j on vy''~v County warrants
;;i oh o:f probation grand theft
on: !pf probationn passing
ial~eryed I.instyument, three

~ste er Haiimilton Piersal,.. 47,
irat .9:50.p.m., March 6
:;n .v~at! arrest out of .Clay County.
f e of sex ,offender to update
ifdiver licensee registration, tio
und$t a~ helly YA. 'Stafford, 26, 12390
Ni~. W Q* Ave~:, Chifethmd. at 8 p.m..
.4,~~ on 1. evy County vJ~arrant
v oi~~rilitior; of 'probation -, Br~iving
1se~~ u pended or revoked.
popuzanyja~F~ ;rl. r! ;
lim am Gr-iffin. 221 1 4 ."
aplce CZilliston, a~t~ll 4''
3 .pn~i: charges of first degree
lb te an contributing to the
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.16 C'ourtt Bronson, at 9:15
191, arch 8, off a charge of domestic
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a Ilheo KG. Carter, 22, 561 Davi.
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OnApril 1 ,2008, Baker sold two-tenths of agram of rack cocaine
to an undercover informant for the Levy County Drug Task Foirce
for $40. He pleaded guilty to possession and sale of a controlled
substance and was given 142 days credit for time served.
mCecil McCray, 23, 415 S.E. 4'h St., Chiefland, was sentenced by
Smith to 18 months in state prison after he admitted possessing 23
baggies of marijuana with intent to sell them.
McCray was a passenger in a car that had stopped at a gas station
on Aug. 23, 2008. A Chiefland police officer walked up to the car
and smelled burnt marijuana. When McCray was searched officers
found 23 baggies of prepackaged marijuana on his person. He was
also attempting to chew and swallovi a green baggie containing
cocame.
McCray pleaded no contest to possession of more than 20 grams
of marijuana, possession of a.controlled substance, possession
of paraphernalia and possession of marijuana .with intent to
distribute.
Smith gave him credit for 145 days served.
SMack 1). Duke, 42, Bronson, was sentenced by Morris to 18
months in state prison on drug charges.
Duke sold a bag of powder cocaine for $60 to an undercover
informant for the Levy County Drug Task Farce' on June 18,
2008.
He pleaded no contest to sale of a controlled substance and was
given 144 days credit for time served.
aJustin K. King, 26, 500 W. Park Ave., #408, Chief land, was
~sentenced by Morris to 1 yesir and 1 day in state prison, with 68
days credit for time served iix connection with drug and felony
traffic charges.
In one incident, King ran: from Chiefland police on Dec. 13,
2008, first in his~ vehicle and then on foot after a police officer
attempted to stop him for speeding. Police were able to recognize
him when he exited his vehicle to run. The vehicle he abandoned
h~ad three occupanits who knew him.
In separate and unrelated cases, King was also charged with
sel~ing crack cocaine to undercover informants for the Levy County
1)rug Task force on Jan. 17, 2008 and Feb. 1, 2008.
He pleaded no contest to felony fleeing and elurding and to sale
and possession of cocaine. His sentence included all three crimes.
aJe~ffre Curtis Dockery, 49, 605 S.W. 2nd St,, Chiefland, was
sentenced by Morris to 13.72 months in state prison with credit for
56 days served on charges of selling crack cocaine.
Court records said~ Dockery sold an undercover informant for
the Levy County Drug Task Force two-tenths of a gram of crack
cocaine for $20 on Jan. 16, 2007.
Dockery pleaded no contest to possession and sale of a controlled
substance.
a Michael Lorenzo Williams, 35, Bronson, was sentenced by
Morris to 1 year and 1 day in state prison, with credit for a day
served. on charges stemmling fr~ona high speed chase in Auglist
of 2008. Rev a -
He pleaded no contest to felony fleeing or attempting to elude in a
high speed chase, and driving with license suspended or revoked.
aBarbra Evans, 39, 9620 Spring Run Road, Farming Springs,
wias sentenced by Smith to 1 year, I day in state prison on a felony
theft charge.
SOn Oct. 4, E~vans entered a man's home and offered him oral
sex for $30. He turned her down. She asked to use' his bathroom.
She found the man's wallet in his pants and reinoved $180. The
wallet was found' open on the floor of the bathroom and the money
missing.
Evians pleaded no contest to felony petit theft and was given 155
days credit for time served.
aJackie Lorene ~Miteh~em, 50, .Bronson, was sentenced by
Circuit Judge Ysleta W. McDonald to 1 year, 1 day in state: prison,
with 28 days credit for time served, for selling~ crack cocaine within
1,000 feet of a public housing facility.
On Aug. 26, 2008~ Mitchem was part of a drug deal in which he
delivered $20 of crack cocaine to an undercover informant for the
Levy County Drug Task Force. rThe drug deal occurred on Pine
~Street near a public housing facility.
He pleaded no contest to possession of a controlled substance
and sale of .a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a public
housing authority.


A 34-year-old Bronson sex offender has been sentenced to five
years in state prison for failing to register with the state.
Larry Lorenzo Young, 838 E. Main St., who is registered as a sex
offender in Alachua County, has two prior convictions for the same
offense, according to court records. '
Circuit Judge Stan Morris gave Young 72 days credit for time
served in jail. Young's probatioft was revoked.
At the end of December 2007 Young told authorities he had been
in the hospital. He was told to come in on the first of January to
register. As of Jan. 9, 2008 he had not registered.
Authorities take a.dim view of sex offenders not registering or
changing addresses without reporting the new address.
mA 27-year-old Williston man was sentenced to five years in
state prison for selling crack cocaine.
Circuit Judge Edward Philman gave Demetrius A.' Wallace,
21370 N.E. 38th Place, Williston, 191 days credit for time served.
Wallace had pleaded no contest to possession of sale of a
controlled substance. ~He had sold a piece of crack cocaine for $100
to an undercover informant for. the Levy County Drug Task Force
on April, 17 2008.
Reginald Jerome Woodley, 26, 569 E. Main St., Bronson, was
sentenced by Morris to nearly 2 V2~ years in state prison for selling
cocaine to undercover drug informants working for the Levy County
Druig Task Force.
WoC~odley received the~ sentence for three separate drug cases.
Court records. said he sold two baggies ~of powder cocaine to an
informant for $40 on April 25, 2008. He sold $40 of crack to the
task force on Aug. 26, 2008 and sold $40 of crack' to an informant
on June 5, 2008. /
Morris gave him 29 months in prison, with 133 days credit for
time served.
He pleaded no contest to possession and sale of a controlled
substance in all three cases. .
mDaniel V. Williamson, 43, 372 Vicki St., Inglis, was sentenced by
Circuit Judge David Glant to 1 %~ years in state prison in connection
with a felony drunk driving case.
Glant gave Williamson two days credit for time served and
ordered him to serve two years of drug offerider probation after he
completes his prison sentence.
Williamson pleaded no: contest to- felony DU~I impairment, fourth
or~ subsequent; ~assault on a law enforcement officer and refusal to
take a blood alcohol test.
The charges stem from an incident on April 30, 2008 where
Williamson was reported by a motorist lying in the street. The
motorist almost ran over him. An Inglis police officer saw Williamson
stagger to his feet an~d attempt to get back on his scooter.
The officer placed him iti a patrol car. En route to the jail` he
kicked at the interior of the patrol car and threatened several timeS
to hurt the police officer. At the jail he grab~be~d the~ duty belt of the
officer ~t'dit NI~~f 'Iffed? i'emo relfis epertr sp~ray and Taser gun.
": 'm *A' 34-year-old' Will iston '~nia 1 sentenced by Qircuit Judge
;Ysleta MicDonald to 22 months in state prison for stealing a truck
and attempting to use the owner's cr-edit cards.
Abraham D. Sanford -524 N.W. P"' Ave., Williston, was caught
on a security video camera Oct. 1'1, 2008 at Perkins State Bank in
Williston trying to use the victim's ATM card. He unsuccessfully
tried to punch in the PIN number. The vehicle was later found by
Williston police 1000 feet ~from his home. .
SSanford pleaded guilty to grand theft n, two counts of fati'dulent
use of personal identification information and petit theft. He was
given 91 days credit for time served.
aC'arlos Demetriuis 191cNeal, 26, 21220 N.E. 41" St;, Williston,
was se~ntenced~by 1910rris to 17 months in state prison on charges of
possession and sale of crack cocaine to undercover informants for
the Levy County Drug Task Force; .
He was sentenced for two separate cases. On April 22, 2008 he
sold there~ cracks,cocaine rocks for $60 to inforniant~s. On April 8,
2008~ he sold crack cocaine worth $50.
191cNeal pleaded no contest to possession and sale of a controlled
substance and was given 173 days credit for time served.
m Mlariin Miaurice Baker, 36, 3551 N.E. 218" Ave., Williston,
vvas sentenced ~by acting Circuit Judge Joseph Smith to two years in
state prison for selling crack cocaine within 1,000 feet of Williston
Middle School.


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Newly appointed school board member has busy day


Story and photos by Anna Suggs
Assistant Editor

For his first Levy County School
Board meeting since .being .appointed
by. Governor Charlie Crist to replace
the vacant seat left by Billy Morrison's
resignation, new school board member
Cameron Asbell had a busy day.
Tuesday's 9 a.m. school' board meeting
started off with a swearing in of Asbell
by Judge Joe Smith,
.Smith said he was glad Asbe~llwas
willing to take on~ the "daunting t~ask."
After the swearing in, it was all business
for the rest of the meeting, which lasted
over two hours.
.The first order of business, andl one
that led to, quite a bit of debate, involved
the approval:of the 200)9-2010 school
year calendar. Candy Ijean, Levy County
School Board 'Director of Pkrsonnel,
said teachers and faculty were given tvto
options and asked to vote .on the one they
preferred.
"Calendar A" .would end the first
semester prior to the Christmas break,
requiring students to take their fihal
exams' before `the break, which would
begin Dec. 23. This option received 179
'votes.
With"(Calendbar B,"! students would leave
for break one week before C~hristmas day
and return Jan;. 4 to, fnish up the semester
Jan. 15. This option, which received ~438
votes,- sets students for taking final exams
after the break.
Although Calendar B receivedd over
double the' amount ofyvotes, school board
members questioned whether testing aftel
the break would be the best idea because '
students may niot use~ the break to study. .
School aboard member Rick :Tirner
said .he didn't think it would be the best
application of fime to spend thiefive or six~
days after break reviewing for the exam i
because the lessons were forgotten.
ev~~~`;~~r.? iLatsorl fandinb lin Dun and
Caitlin Kearney, meml ers of the Willfs~ton :
High School` student governmenti,
addressed the board and read a pi-epared
letter; that voiced their .opinion aboiit the
overwhelming prefer~ence .for Calendar

They said they wer~e "'upset by the
teachers' vote," calling; Calendaf ''B .
"poor, confusing and misleading." They
urged the school board to reconsider the
options, saying -they~ would be unable to
retain as much information if the exrams
were after the break.


Grievance, -from Page 1A


Tax, from Page 1A

estimates on how much money would be generated by an EFMS
tax assessment in the $76j to $90 -range or perhaps as high
as $114. The latter number would be 75 percent of the $152
figure.~
Bell was grave as she walked out of the workshop. `She
wondered how t'he board could consider raising taxes in a year
like this one. She said people are already, having problems
paying. their taxes.
"'Most people are~ doing what they could do," she said.
If commissioners were to adopt the full. $152, the consultant
said commercial establishments would be charged 13 cents per
square foot, institutional 29 cents per square foot and industrial
two~r cetits per square foot..
'The -study found that~ 75.76 percent~ of the ambulance calls
came from residents, 13..64 percent from institutions, 10.29
percent front~boimercial and 0.39 percent from industrial.
.The study was done by Government Services Group
with' input from the law firm of Nabors Giblin & 14ickerson.
MargueriteT.i McCauley, senior project manager for GSG,
fielded most o~f the questions from commissioners. Heather J.
Encinosa, an attorney with the NTabors Giblin & Nickerson firm,
said they knew coming into the workshop that the $152 figure
probably wasn't going to fly with commissioners.
McCauley and Encinosa will use Stevens' .numbers to
develop reveitue estimates for the proposed tax assessment. It
will come back to commissioners for a second look.
In the~ past, commissioners have dipped into their general
fund to pay the portion of EMS services not paid for by the
assessment, but that has resulted in the county's cash reserves
being depleted.
The board has discussed in the past making EMS a self-
funded department, meaning ad valorem taxes would not be
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Superintendent Bob Hastings said the
calendars would not be such a big deal
if the state had not passed legislation
requiring the school year to begin two
weeks before Labor Day.
Dean said the legislation creates a time
crunch in ivhich the board must squeeze
`the first semester between August and
Christmas break. She said the fact that
Calendar A would end the semester just
three days before Christmas, was probably
at deciding factor for those who voted in
opposition to it.
Because of the time crunch some
school holidays were being reconsidered,
including UF Homecomingland the Cedar
Key Seafood Fesf~iyal.
Beth Davis, the school board member
representing the Cedar Key district, said ,
not having a day off ~for -the~ Cedar Key
festival will, be very stressful for many
teachers who participate ~and must prepare
for the festival.
SSchool board member Paige Brookins
made a 'motion ~requesting the teachers
and faculty re-;vote on the calendars after
They had a chance to re-ev~aluate and hear
the students' preference. The motion was
passed and the calendar will be revisited
at the next school board meeting on March
31.
After hearing from~ members' of the
Williston High Sc~hool student government
address the calendar issue, the board was
once again given the chance to hear from
another set of Williston students.
~Carol Jones, Levy County School Board
DirectortofCareerandTechnicailEducation,
introduced six Williston High Schiool FFA
members who will be participating in the
parliamentary procedure~ competition at
the state convention in June.
Chairwoman Ketidra Claude directed
the debate: that~ involved fellow FFA
members Tyler Brooks,~ Arielle Claude,
Lotti'Bullock, Ashton Blooniand Victoria
'Sandlin. The topic wM~~i whether th'e club
should iet aside $~g ~th:,~ie a ;uaq end-
of-the-year banquet;
After' much discussion,: voting~ and
motioils, ~it was -decided amongst the
students that the banque~t~could not operate
w~ith any less than~ $500.
Hastings said how pleased and grateful
he' was to see great ~demonstrations of the
.` ard work the local students are doing.
"What everyone has witnessed today
is twNo different student. organizations
~demonstrating in an exemplary way," he
said. "We are certainly~ in~ the presence of
the leaders of tomorrow."


Judge Joseph Smith shakes the hand of new school board member Cameron
Asbell after~s~wearing hitn into office at the school board meeting Tuesday.


Williston High School FFA members practice parliamentary procedure at the
school board mrieeting T~uesday. From left: Victoria Sandlin, Ashton Bloom,
Lott Bullock, Arielle Claude and Tyler Brooks.


. and teachers is a 'contimiouts effort. "Analyzing data,
developing timelines, quality.instruction and frequently
assessing students for- understanding are all key parts
to the model," according 'to the Flori'da Department of
Education Web site.
: To enact CIMI, many principals require teachers of the
same grade level to meet and "collaborate."
Apccoi~dinig to Article 6, Section 22 of the teachers'
contract, teachers, are guaranteed 250 minutes of
planning time per week and 45 minutes of consecutive
planning time per dav. said George Bowen, Suwanne@
SRiver Service UE~nit Djiretor for the Florida Education
SAssociation .
With the weekly~ meetings,- teachers: m each grade
le'vel meet every ~Thui-sday after school is released from
2:45 p~m. to 3 p.m., Beauchamp said. There is no other
Time period long enough nojr is there, another common
time for all the teachers to get together, aind this 'setupj is
Snot an extension of their work day. .'
Cindy Roach, L.evy County Education Association .
president suggested to the board as a resolution to the
problem to use grant monpy from the state of Florida
to. pay teachers if they must stay for meetings after the
workday because the current weekly meetings take away
frobm their planning tune. .
After the meeting, .Roach said another suggestion
that may resolve the problem ivould .be td ixse the time
throughout the .day when students are in their creative
development classes, like art, P.E. or music, to have the
CINI meeting during the school day. .
Beauchamp said these periods.are only 40 minutes
and after the~ teachers have escorted the students there
and~badki, there is barely 30 minutes, which is not enough
tirie.
Roach' said the meeting could be broken up into two
days during the time that the students are out of the
classroom,:and that way they wouldn't have to use their
planning time of stay after the workday.
Another problem with the meetings, Roach has found
by talking to some teachers, is that the meetings are


used more as~ faculty' meetings instead of CIM
meetings.
Newly 'appointed school board mnemb~er
Cameron Asbell hasl children 'enrolled at
Bronson Elementary and said he recently spoke
to four teachers there. One.loved the meetings,
two were indifferent~, and the other was~ opposed
to the meeting, he said. However when he asked
the teacher what about the meeting she was
opposed' to, he said she couldn't come up with a
real~ answer.
School board .member Beth Davis said she
has taught. at several Levy Couinty schools, one
of which being Cedar Key. She was the only
teacher for one grade level at Cedar Key and said
she never realized how important, grade level
meetings were until she didn't have anyone else
with whom to interact.
S"Grade level meetings are so beneficial and
necessary," added school board member Paige
Brookins. "And what other timie could they get
together and do that?"
The members of the board voted to deny the
request made by the grievance, although school
board members Rick Trurner said he encouraged
principals to make sure CIM meetings stay with
CIM strategies instead of using the meeting time
for faculty agenda.
"We should not require anything of teachers
above what is state mandated," Hastings
said. "Having said that, I'm fully aware~of
the responsibilities of principals and moving
their school forward and not allowing it to- get
stagnant."
Roach said the next step for the grievance
is mediation or arbitration, although the
association tries to solve things on the lowest
level possible. She will take the matter up with
the union to see where they would like to take


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Queen Nancy: Fly as I say, not as I fly


"L... the size of the planes, the frequency
of requests and iast-minute cancellations,
and the political nature of many of her trips
that scream out for accountability."~

Michelle Malkin


By Michelle Malkin
Creators Syndicate


congressional travel -- fickle, demanding and notoriously insensitive to the
time, costs and energy needed to accommodate her endless demands. On
Tuesday, the indispensable government watchdog Judicial Watch released
a trove of public records through the Freedom of Information Act on Pelosi's travel
arrangements with the U.S. military.
As speaker of the House, Pelosi is entitled to a reasonable level of military protection
and transport. But it's the size of the planes, the fErequency of requests and last-
minute cancellations, and the political nature of many of her trips that scream out for
accountability.
And, of course, it's the double-barreled hypocrisy. There's the eco-hypocrisy of
the Democratic leader who wags hey finger at the rest of us ~for our too-big carbon
footprints, and crusades for massive taxes and regulation to reduce global warming.
Then there's the Bay Area hypocrisy of the woman who represents one of the most anti-
military areas of~the country soaking up military resources to shuttle her (and her many
family members) across the country almost every weekend.
Remember: Pelosi's San Francisco is notorious for banning the Marines' Silent .
Drill Platoon ~f~rom filming a recruitment commercial on its streets; killing the JROTC .
program in the public schools; blocking the retired.battleship U.S.S. Iowa from docking
in its waters; and attacking the Navy's Blue Angels -- which left-wing activists have
tried to banish frodm northern Californik skies for the past two years.
Apparently, ~those anti-war protesters have no problem with evil military jets
currying Pelosi and her massive entourages to the funerals of the late Rep. Stephanie
Tubbs Jones and Charlie Norwvood; foreign junkets to Rome; and politicized stops
to lowa flood sites to bash the Bush administration. One exasperated Department of
Defense official, besieged with itinerary changes and shuttle requests back and fbrth
between San Francisco International Airport and Andr~ews Air Force Base for Pelosi, her
daughter, son-in-law and grandchild, wrote in an e-mail:
"They have a history of canceling many of their past requests. Any chance of politely
querying (Pelosi's team) if they~ really intend to do all of these or are they just picking
every weekend? ... (T~here's no need to block every weekend 'just in case."'"
Another official pointed out the "hidden costs" associated with the speaker's last-
minute changes and cancellations. "We have ... folks prepping the jets and crews
driving in (not a short drive for some), cooking meals and preflighting the jets etc."
Upset that a specific type of aircraft was not available to her boss, a Pelosi staffer
carped to t~he DoD coordinators: "This is not good news, and we will have some very
disappointed folks, as well as a very upset speaker."
Three months ago, turmoil erupted over Queen Nancy's demand for the military


By Steve Oeirich
State Senator '

s many of
you know, the
legislature i'ecently
me iri1a special
session to niake significant
cuts to the state's budget for
the current fiscal year. This
special session was called as
a direct result of the economic
downturn our nation, our state
and our individual communities have all
been experiencing. This downturn led to
subsequent cuts to many programs and
it will definitely shape the policies we
implement, as well as the final budget we
pass during the upcoming regular session.
It isn't an easy task to maintain a
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to reposition her plane to fly out of Travis Air Force Base in Fairfield, Calif., closer to
where she had "business," instead of San Francisco Airport/SFO (1.5 hours away). A
special air missions official wrote: "We-have never done this in the past. The deal is ...
that the Speaker shuttle is from D.C. to SFO and back. We will not reposition. We do
not reposition for convenience even for the SECDEF. It is not (too) far of a drive friom
Travis to SFO. Did the escort suggest to the :speaker that this is OK? If so, I hope you
guys correct them immediately. If you agree with me.that I am correct, then you need to
stay strong and present the facts to the speaker's o~ffice."
Another offcial stated bluntly: "We can't reposition the airplane such a short
distance. It is not a judicial use of the asset. It is too expensive to operate the jet when
there is truly no need to do so."
A beleaguered colleague responded: "(Y)ou know I understand and feel with you ...
but this is a-battle we are bound to lose if we tell the speaker office. In the end, this is
what will happen. ... I wish that I could say this is a one-time request, but we know it
will probably happen again in the future."
In the end, the military won that battle. Bu~t a few days later, Pelosi was back with a
new demand: that her military plane taking her from D.C. to San Francisco make a stop
in New Jersey to bring her and three Democrats to an "innovation forum" at Princeton
University involving 21 participants and no audience. A Gulfstream jet was secured for
the important "official business."i
No word on whether Pelosi required vanilla-scented candles, Evian water and fresh
white lilies aboard the flight. But rest assured: Air Dbiva traveled in style, courtesy of
your tax dollars and the forbearance of the U.S. military.'
Michelle Malkin is author of "Unhinged: Exposing Liberals Gone Wild." Her e-mail
address is malkcinblog@gmail.com.
COPYRIGHT 2009 CREATORS SYNDICATE, INC.


By Thomas Sowell
Creators Syndicate
"iii. -c.fT"': ,j, '
-ow that the federal government lias decided
JP -to bail o~iti homeowners in~ trouble, with
Mortgage loans up to $729,000, that raises
1. ~some questions that ought to be asked, but are
seldom being asked.
Since the average American never took out a mortgage
loan as big as seven hundred grand-- for the very good
reason that he could not afford it-- why should he be ,
forced as a taxpayer to subsidize someone else who .
apparently couldn't afford it either, but who got in over
his head anyway?
Why should taxpayers who live in apartments, perhaps
;,because they did not feel that they could afford to buy a
hou~se,- be forced to subsidize other people who could not
afford to buy a house, but who went ahead and bought
ohe anyway?
We hear a lot of talk in some quarters about how any
one of us could be in the same financial trouble that many
homeowners are in if we lost our job or had some other '
misfortune. The pat phrase is that we are all just a few
paydays away from being ~in the same predicament.
Another way of saying th~e same thing is that some
people live high enough on the hog that any of the
common inisfortunes of life can ruin them.
Who hasn't been out of work at some time or other,
or had an illness or accident that created unexpected
expenses? The old and trite notion of "saving for a rainy
day" is old and trite precisely because this has been a
common experience for a very long times
What is new is the current notion of indulging.people .
who refused to: save for a rainy day or to live within .
their means. In~politics, it is called "compassion"-
which cornes in both the standard liberal version and


"compassionate conservatism."
.The one person toward whom there is no compassion
i s the taxpayer. : ~:
The current political stampesde to stop thortgage: . t"
foreclosures proceeds as if foreclosure~sare just .
something that strikes people like a bolt of lightning from
the blue-- and as if the people facing foreclosures are the
only people that matter.
What if the~ foreclosures are not stopped .
Will millions of homes just sit empty? Or will new
people move into those homes, now selling for lower
prices-- prices lIerhaps ~more within the means of the new
occupants?
The' same politicians who have been talking about a
need ifor "affordable housing" for years are now suddenly
alarmed that home prices are falling. How can housing
become more affordable unless prices fall?
The political meaning of "'affordable housing"' is
housing that is made more affordable bdy politicians
intervening to create government subsidies, rent control
or other gimmicks for which politicians can take credit.
Affordable housing produced by market forces provides
no benefit to politicians and has no attraction for them..
Study after study, not only here but in other countries,
Show that the most affordable housing is where there has
been the least government interference with the market--
contrary to ~rhetoric.
When new occupants of foreclosed housing find it '
More affordable, will the previous occupants all become
homeless? Or are tihey more likely tii move into homes or
apartments that they can afford? They will of course bie
sadder-- but perhaps wiser as well.
The old and trite phrase "sadder but wiser" is old and
trite for the same reason that "saving for a rainy day"
is pld and trite. It reflects an all too common human
experience.


I~t is amazi~g_ hgy fit
people learn when they
are not insulated from
the consequences of
their decisions.~~ j

Thromras Sowell 1-~



Even in an era of much-ballyhooed. "change," the
government cannot~eliminate sadness. What it can do
is transfer that sadness from those who made risky and
unwise decisions to the taxpayers who had nothing to do
with their decisions.
Worse, the subsidizing of bad decisions~ dests~oys one
of the most effelctivee sources o better decisions-- namely,
paying the consequences of bad decisions.
In the wake of the housing debacle in California, more
people are buying less expensive homes, making bigger
down! payments, and staying away from "creative" and
risky financing. It is amazing how fast people learn when
they are not insulated -from the consequences of their
decisions.
To find out more about Thomas Sowell and read
features by other Creators Syndicate columnists and
cartoonists, visit the Creators Syndicate web page at
www.creators.com. Thomas Sowell is a senior fellow at
the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
94305. His Web site is www.tsowell.com.
COPYRIGHT 2009 CREATORS SYNDICATE,
INC.


departments that receive significantly
less in appropriations (Health and Human
Services is second with just over 25%).
We have worked to cut as little as possible
and maintain funding in areas that are
essential to our youth who are enrolled
in K-12 classes. Higher education as
a whole will be aided by the American
Recovery and Reinvestment Act. The
stimulus bill will provide additional
funding for Pell Grants, work-study
programs and higher education tax credits.
While the total amount of money allotted
for each program is not fully known, it
will certainly be a help to those who are
looking to further their education in a time
of economic hardship. The University
of Florida will also be helped if a bill
allowing tuition increases is successful

See Oelrich, Page 9A


our constitution. When state
revenues are dramatically
down it requlires either cutting
funding to departments and
programs or raising taxes.
Many of nmy colleagues and I
felt that now was not the time
to further burden Florida's
families and businesses
with additional taxes. No
single solution will be able
to resolve the deficit we are
facing this spring. However,
by making reductions in spending and
using reserve funds, we have been able
to steer clear of tax hikes and also were
allowed to avoid major reductions to
essential programs.
While we faced a $2.5 billion shortfall
for this fiscal year, next year's shortfall has
the possibility of reaching $5-6 billion. I


think this makes our decisions and our
approach this year even more important.
By tightening our collective belts and
reducing spending in non-essential areas,
we will be better prepared for future
shortfalls. Using tax increases as a "band-
aid" for this year will only delay the
inevitable as we move into the next fiscal
year.
Many citizens have voiced their
concerns about the cuts that have been
made to education. As chair for the
Higher Education Committee and a
father of three sons who attended public
schools, the education of our children is
a top priority. However, with the deficit
we face, no program or department can
be held harmless and education is no
different. Considering education takes up
over half of the budget, sparing education
from cuts would unduly burden the


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Subsidizing bad decisions


Guest editorial: Senator Oelrich discusses budget cuts





I have no .




patience & I-~


n~ever will

By Rick Burnham plgtd a-i!
Editor.


By Terry Witt
Staff Writer


It is 2 p.m. Monday, and for the first time in
quite some time ~Ifin myself thinking of
my ex-wife.
I sit there in the drive-through lane of a
fast food restaurant in Chief land (for the sake of
this article, we'll just call it "McRonialds") biding
my time wondering ,~ .' :. .
what in the world is.
taking so long? The C~
driver of an SUV~ two ,,
vehicles ahead of me
has been placing her :
order for a good eight
minutes now, long
enough to enunciate .
every single word on
the mienu twice, and
I wonder aloud how
mouc hduge she is
She reminds me of my ex-wife.
Mrs, Burnham for the sake of this article we
.will just call her "Plaintiff' was a wonderful
woman for many years, and in many ways she
Still is. We were just incompatible in a mnuber
of different ways,: most notably her requirement
for patience, and my extreme lack of that
Squ~ality. We'd walk into a fast food restaurant
MCRonalds and' she would study the menu
as if if was the first time she had ever seen' it. W~e
had been in said restaurant 800 times ini 10 years,
.and 90 percent of the menu was exactly as it had
been for all those years. And yet she would go
over every single word on the menu as if it wiere
brknd new a~rnd needed considerable tliiiElh~' $.Pu
~"Quarter pounder. Hmm: May~ber Im!"\rw rtla!s
don t know. Maybe I will have the chicken
McNuggets. They sound good. What I would
really; like is\a McFish, Yeah, that's it. Wait
Though, I: did not see that new McRib thing. As
long as they don't put too, much sauce on it. Arid
'to drink~? Let's' see. I like Sprite but sometimes I
just Nvant to6 try something new ..."
I knew whatlIwanted ~when I got out of the
car.
:"Quartdri pounder, no cheese, small fr-ies and a
mediumn coke. What are you waiting on?"
SThen we'd go to that all-encompassing store
for the purpose of this story we'll just call it
"All Mart," and I would go to the exact aisle
that contagined the item I wanted to buy. It would
take me al~l of eight seconds to do so, and in ~less
Than a minute, I would be back at the car, ready
to rock and roR.
Plaintiff would start at the beginning of aisle
one and make her way across the store, item by '
item, looking for that one big sale that would
effectively push us from the poverty line into
the middle: class. She was meticulous, a careful
'~and thoughtful shopper, and no doubt still is. She
drove me nuts, so we got a divorce
That was long ago, and I would like to think
thait my patience level has improved. But then
came today, sitting in the drive-through window
of McRonalds. I did a double-take,. thinking for
a moment that my ex-wife had mysteriously
appeared itr Chiefland. It wais juSt a woman with
a deep appreciation for taking one's time to make
the right ~choice. ~
Hopefully it was a woman with a husband
who has an abundance of patience.

Oelrich, from Page 8A
during this session. The bill, currently
in committee, will provide additional
.fun~ding to the university system and
bring tuition closer to the national
average.
Although we are facing trying
times economically, we are working
to build a more efficient and effective
government. Our decisions today,
as tough as they may be, will go
further in securing a stronger future
for the generations that will follow.
By requiring that our government
live within its means we can remain
confident that the state of Florida, and
its people will return to better economic
times.


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In my first 18 years in Levy County, a tremendous amount
of wilderness in Levy County was saved by the state and
Federal government with the blessings and cooperation of the
Levy County Commission. It meant taking the land off the ~tax
rolls. In a tax poor~ county, the idea didn't always sit well with
commissioners, but they went along with the idea.
The current estimate of conservation land in Levy County
is about 160,000 acres. I -t~hink there is more conservation
land than that,' but no one factors in conservation easements,
city parks, county~ parks, boat ramps and recreation areas
That are preserved for all time. They are also green areas.
My understanding is the "47 runs" area of Gulf Hammock,
:which is not more than a few hundred acres,~ is preserved as
, conservation easement, ~but I don't think fth-e easem ent shows:
i.on any Igg;yc,QgugylmPaps.It should. :,;, Jii~~ .in .
It would be worth making a more completed map of our
wild areas. The one industry that leaves behind a sma~ll~
footprint but lots of dollars is eco-touristn. Having an accurate
map for eco-tourists to follow would be a green idea -- dollar
green.
I drove down to Fowlers Bluff last Thursday to see for
myself if the old country store had indeed' been closed. I
Shadn't been there in a few years. Turns out, it was` true. The
store is closed. What a biuminer. While I was there, I noticed a
couple loading a "'dingy" type of boat ~onto ~their car. I thought
it was an unusual looking boat. As I stood over it, I asked
them who manufactured it. They looked ~at me like I was
from the planet Mars and smiled pleasantly. Turns out they
were German and couldn't speak a word of English. They
had been "canoeing" on the' legendary Suwannee River and
had launched at the Fowlers Bluff boat ramp. They were eco-
tourists.
I don't know of a more beautiful river in the world, or a
name more famous than the Suwannee R~iver. This German
couple had obviously spent an enjoyable day seeing the
beauty of the river and the diversity of its plant and wildlife,
much of it preserved by federal and state conservation land
purchases.
There is a certain wealth in having land that is diverse
in plant life, wildlife and bird life. It's the type of invisible
wealth that comes from preserving wild areas. It's a form of
wealth that will give us clean water and air for generations to
come. It's a form of wealth that can't be traded on the New
York Stock Exchange. It comes from caring more about the
quality of life than about smokestacks and manufacturing.
It's a form; of wealth~ that comes from being. able to walk
outside a business off at 1" Street and 1" Avenue in the
middle of the day to unwind by watching an~d listening to the
magnificence of the Creator's work in, a small cluster of trees
and bushes.
It' sa mighty good thing tolive andi work in a place where
the birds still sing on sunny winter days, just for the pure joy
of it.


n the corner of 1"' Street and 1"' Avenue in the old
Business district of Chief land~ stands a slightly
overgrown lot. It wouldn't win any beauty contests,
Oyet it is alive with melody of bird song. Hundreds
of birds sing on any given day in the branches of bushes and
trees on the lot. It's a natural bird sanctuary.
A mlan familiar i~vith ~the lot showed me redwing
blackbirds, chipping sparrows, brown thrashers, .
mockingbirds, cardinals, palm warblers, a collard dove, the
prothontan warbler, bluej ays, northern parula warbler and the
:n;yrtle warbler in the branches one day last week.
trny Walking up cigtatehepeesiand lysahesihb~jg~epted them li
with an enthusiastic hello. Their responis~e was a chorus of
lohd chirpjing. It was if they were greeting a friend, someone ;
who has an appreciation for birds and their place in the natural
world. i
The lot itself has made its own selection of platit life.
Everything is alive and doing quite well. I'm sure that's why
the birds like' it so much. It of fers them a sanctuary, cool ~
shade, food, and a place high above prowling fIredators on the
ground. They had plenty to sing about on the day I visited.
Many people today are losing their connection to the wild.
They want a btig-free carpet of lush green grass surrounding
their. homes instead of bird or butterfly habitat. That would
Violate deed restrictions aird invite criticism from neighbors. It
is the urban mentality.
Leaving things in their natural state is hard to do these .
days. Landowners are often forced to produce something on
the land to generate enough money to pay property taxes,
Land has to be cleared, plowed an~d planted to be productive. .
That's why small islands of wildlife diversity, like the one
at 1" Avenue and 1"' Street in Chiefiand, have tremendous
value and importance. It's still a small patch of diversity in in
increasingly busy,world around. it. The hundreds of singing
and chirping birds in the trees are wild creatures. They need
a place to rest, food to eat, and water to drink to survive. The
lot provides all of those features. The best places are those
created by the invisible hand of the Creator.
There was pleasantness to the bird song on this lot. It
was loud at times, but certainly not loud enough to hurt
human ears, and it seemed the birds were happy. 1VMany were
probably in a migratoryr pattern, though not all. Perched on
th~e branches, there were many species of birds, buit they all
seemed to be of one family.
Occasionally a crow would make an appearance, but he
wasn't welcome and knew his place in the pecking order. It
was easy to see that the small singing birds considered him a
pain in the neck and an intruder.'He didn't attempt a landing.
That was smart. The crow probably would have lost a felw .
feathers before escaping.


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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV-
SEN, that the holder(s) of Certifi-
cate number 2375-06 of the sale
of 2006 has (have) filed said
Certificate for a Tax Deed to be
issued thereon. The name(s) of
the holders) of said Certificate,
the description of the property,
the narne(s) in which it is as-
sessed are as follows:
NAME(S) OF CERTIFI-
CATE HOI.DER(S): SAU-
TERNES V, LLC
LEGAL DESCRIPTION
OF THE PROPERTY: LOT
2, BLOCK, 3, CORRECTIVE
PLAT OF OAK FOREST ES-
TATES,,ACCORDI NG TOTHE
PLATTHEREOF RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 5, PAGE 29,
PUBLIC RECORDS OF LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
NAME(S) IN WHICH AS-
SESSED: NATHANIEL BRY-
ANT, ANGEL BRYANT
AII of said property being
in the County of Levy, State of
Florida.
Unless such Certificate
shall be redeemed according to
Iavy, the property described in
such Certificate will be sold to
the~ highest bidder in the Court-
house lobby on the 13th day of
April, 2009, between the hours
of 11:00 A.M. and 2:00 P.M.
Pub: Mar 12, 2009, Mar l9,
2009, Mar 26, 2009, Apr 02,
2009
DATED this 2nd DAY OF
MARCH 2009.
DANNY J. SHIPP
CLERK O'F CIRCUIT
COURT
LEViY COUNTY,: FLORIDA

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX' DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBYY .GIV-
EN, that the holdier(s) of Certifi-
cate iiumber 2763-06 of the sale
of 2006 has (have) filed said
Certificate for` a Tak< Deed to be
issued thereon. The. name(s) of
Sthe hiolder~s) of said Certificate,
the' description of the property,
the n'arne(s) in wNhich it is as-
sessed are as follows;
NAME(S) OF CERTIFI-
CATE~: HOLDER(S).' $A~fdj-
ERidES VE'LA~ .
:LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF
THE PROPERTY: LOTS 1,
2, 3 AND 4, LAUREL WOOD,
ACCORDING .TO THE PI.AT
THEREOF RECORDED IN
L~1A~T BOOK 6, -PAGE 52.
PUBiLC RECOFIDS OF LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA
NAhME(S) IN WHICH AS-
SESSED: GROVER C WHEEL-
ER Jd, BRENDA JOYCE
WHEELER
.All of said property being
in the County. of Levy, State of
Florida;.
Unless such Certificate
shall be redeemed according to
Iaw, the property described` in
such Certificate vjill be sold to
the highest bidder in the Coutrt-
house lobby on the 13th day of
April, 2009, between the hours
of 11:00 A.M. and 2:00 P.M.
Plib: Mar 12, 2009, Mar 19,
2009, Mar 26, 2009, Apr 02,
2009
DATED this 2nd DAY OF
MARCH 2009.
DANNY J. SHIPP
CLERK OF CIRCUIT
COURT
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV-
SEN, that the holders) of Certifi-
cate riumber 826-06 of the sale
of 2006 ~has (have) filed said
Certificate for a Tax Deed to be
issued thereon. The name(s) of
the holders) of said Certificate.
the description of the property,
the name(s) in which it is as-
sessed are as follows:
NAME(S) OF CERTIFI-
CATE HOLDERSS: CABERNET
I LLC
LEGAL DESCRIPTION
OF THE PROPERTY: COM-
MENCE AT THE SOUTH-
EAST CORNER OF SEC-
TION 32, TOWNSHIP 12
SOUTH, RANGE 19 EAST,
RUN THENCE SOUTH 88
DEGREES 12 WEST A DIS-
TANCE OF 1342.55 FEET,
THENCE CONTINUE SOUTH
88 DEGREES. 12' WEST A


DISTANCE OF 226.00 FEET,
RUN THENCE NORTH ADIS-
TANCE OF 210.00 FEET TO
A PERMANENT CONCRETE
MONUMENT AND THE
POINT OF BEGINNING OF
THE TRACT HEREIN CON-
VEYED, THENCE CONTIN-
UE NORTH A DISTANCE OF
456.20 FEET TO A PERMA-
NENT CONCRETE MONU-


MENT, RUN THENCE SOUTH
88 DEGREES 12 WEST A
DISTANCE OF 180.00 FEET,
RUN THENCE SOUTH A
DISTANCE OF 456.20 FEET,
RUN THENCE NORTH 88
DEGREES 12' EAST A DIS-
TANCE OF 180.00 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
NAME(S) IN WHICH AS-
SESSED: BENJAMIN D HA;M-
MONDS SR, OVEDIA F HAM-
MONDS, BENJAMIN D HAM-
MONDS SR, OVEDIA F HAM-
MONDS
All of said .property .being
in the County of. Levy, State of
Florida.
Unless such Certificate
shall be redeemed according to
Iaw, the property described in
such Certificate will be sold to
the highest bidder in the Court-
house lobby on the 13th day of
April, 2009, between the hours
of 11:00 A.M. and 2.00 P.M.
Pub: Mar 12, 2009, Mar 19,
2009, Mar 26, 2009, Apr 02,
2009
DATED this 2nd DAY OF`
MARCH 2009..
.DANNY J'. SHIP.
CLERK OF CIRCUIT
COURT
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No; 2009-CP-8
IN RE: ESTATE OF Neva
Christine Clyatt,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Summary Administration)
TO ALL PERSONS HAV-
ING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE -ABOVE ES-
TATE:
You are hereby notified that
an Order of .Summary Adminis-
tration has been entered in the
estate of Neva Chidstine Clyatt,
deceased, File Number 2009-
CP-8, by the Circuit Court for
~Levy County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is
P.O. Drawer 610, Bronson,. Flor-
ida 32621; that the: Decedent's
date of death* was daniary 1,
2008; that the total value' of the
estate i(i. addition to Decedentis
Homestead is $850.00, and that
the names and addresses of
those to whom jt has been as-
signed~ by such order are:
Ma'ry Hope, P. O. Box 177, Ar-
cher, FL 32618;
Mary Priscilla Livermore, 310 N.
Milwaukee Ave., Apt. 615, Lakd
Villa, IL 60046;
.ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT:'
All creditors~ of the estate of
the decedent and persons hav-
ing claims or demands against
the estate of the decedent other
than those for wnhorn provision
for full payment was made in the
Order of Summary Administra-
tion must file their claims: with
this court- WITHIN THE TIME
PROVIDED BY LAW.
ALL CLAIMS ~AND DEMANDS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED. NOTWITH-
STANDING ANY OTHER AP-
PLICABLE TIME PERIOD, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS
OR MORE AFTER THE. DECE-
DENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The first publication of this No-
tice is March 12, 2009.
Mary Hope Is/
Mary Hope, Petitioner
P. O. Box 177
Archer, FL 32618
Attorneys for Petitioner:
SCRUGGS & CARMICHAEL,
P.A.
Virginia E. Griffis, Esq. Is/
4041-B NW 37Place
Gainesville, FL 32606
Tele: (352) 376-5242 Ext. 4324
Fax: (352) 378-9326
Pub~i Mar. 12, 19, 2009.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA
DIVISION: PROBATE
FILE No: 38-2008-CP000276
IN RE: ESTATE OF NORMAN
HAMEL,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate
of NORMAN HAMEL, deceased,
whose date of death was August
28, 2008, is pending in the Circuit


Court for Levy County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address
of which is Probate Department
Clerk of the Circuit Court, 355 S.
Court Street, P.O. Drawer 610,
Bronson, Florida 32621. The file
number is 38-2008-CP000276.
The names and addresses of
the personal representative and
the personal representative's at-
torney are set forth below.


Pub: Mar l2, 2009, Mar i9,
2009, Mar 26, 2009, Apr 02,
2009
DATED this 2nd DAY OF"
MARCH 2009.
DANNY J. SHIPP
CLERK OF CIRCUIT
COURT
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
IMOTICE IS HERlEBY GIV-
EN, that the holderss) of Certifi-
cate nirgnberl1484-01 bf the sale
of 2001 has (have) filed said
Certificate for a Tax Deed to be
issued thereon. The hame(s) of
the holders) of said %ertificate,
the description of the property,
the name(s) in which it is as-
sessed are as follow hs:
NIAME(S) OF CERTIFI-
CATE HOLDERSS: WILLIAM
R. WOiVlBLE AND GLENDA K
WOMBLE
LEGAL DESCRIPTION
OF THE PROPERTY: LOT
12, BLOCK 21, RAINBOW
LAKES ESTATES, SECTION
N, ACCORDING. 'TO THE
PLAT ITHEREOF RECORD-
ED IN PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE
27, PUBLIC RECORDS OF
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA. .
NAME(S) IN WHICH AS-
SESSED: PATRICIAM.ANDER-
SON, PATRICIA AINSWORTH
.ANDERSONjl PIATRICIA M AIN-
SV\NORTH
All` of said property being
in the County of Levy, State of
Florida.
:Unless such Certificate
shall be redeemed according to
law, the property described in
.such Certificatew;will be sold to
the highest bidder in the Court-
house lobby on the 13th day of
April, 2009, between the hours
of 11:00 A.M. and 2:d0 P.M.
Piib: Mar 12, 2009, Mar 19,
2009, Mar 26, 2009, Apr 02,
2009 .
DATED this 2nd DAY OF
MARCH 2009.
DANNY J; SHIPP
CLERK OF CIRCUIT
COURT
LEVY COUNTY, FLORDjA

,- ROTICE-OF APPLICATION
rOR TAX DEED.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV-
EN, that the holders) of Cer'tifi-
cate nuLmbjer 2571-01 of the sale
of 2001 has (have) filed said
Certificate. for a Taix Deed to be
issued thereon. The namne(s) of
the holders) of said Certificate,
the ~description of the property,
the. namne(s) in which it is as-
sessed, are: as follows:
NAlvE(S) OF~ CERTIFI-
CATE' HOLDER(S): WILLIAM
R. WOMBLE AND GL~ENDA K.
WOMBLE
LEGAL DESCRIPTION '
OF THE PROPERTY: LOT
(3, BLOCK 25, WILLISTON
HIGiHLANpS UNIT 5, AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK 4,
PAGE 5 OF. THE PUBLIC RE-
CORDS. OF; LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
NAMVE(S) IN ~WHICH AS-
SESSED: AL.OYSIUS SCHAE-
FER
All- of said property being
in the, County of Levy, State of
Florida.
Unless such Certificate
shall be redeemed according to
lawv, the property described in
such Certificate will be spid to
the highest bidder in the Court-
house lobby on the 13th ~day of
,April, 2009, between the hours
of 11:00 A.M. and 2:00 P.M.
Pub: Mar 12, 2009, Mar19,
2009, Mar 26, 2009, Apr 02,
2009
DATED this 2nd DAY OF
MARCH 200$. .
DANNY J. SHIPP
CLERK OF CIRCUIT
COURT
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED .
NOTICE: IS HEREBY GIV-
g-N, that the holders) of Certifi-
cate nurnber 2578-01 of the sale
of 2601: has (have) filed said
Certificate for a Tax Deed to be
issued thereon. The name(s) ~of
the holder(s) of said Certificate,
the description of the property,
the name(s) in which it is as-
sessed are as ~follows:


NAME(S) OF CERTIFI-
CATE HOLDERSS: WILLIAM
R. WOMBLE AND GLENDA K.
WOMBLE
.LEGAL DESCRIPTION
OF THE PROPERTY: LOT
7, BLOCK 30, WILLISTON
HIGHLANDS UNIT 5 RE-
PLAT, AS FILED IN PLAT
BOOK 4, PAGE 5 OF PUBLIC
RECORDS OF LEVY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA. .


BUSINESSS
ral The County Paper, Est. 1923


LEGMU NOTICES

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR LEW
COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.: 38-2009 CA 000155
Division:
RONNIE VESTER MERCHANT
and CONSTANCE MARIE
MERCHANT,
Plaintiffs'
vs.
JOE EIELCHER and all other
persons claiming or having an
interest in or to the certain real
property hereih described .lyin
in Levy Counlty, Florida
`.Defighdants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
TO: DEFENDANT, JOE
BELCHER and all other persons
claiming or havirig an interest
in or to the certain real proper-
ty h~erein~ described lying i'n the
Levy County, Florida:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action to quiet title
to the following property in Levy
County, Florida:
Commence at the NE
corner of the SE %/ of SE
'/ of NWI %/ of Section 3,
Township. 17 South, Range
17 East, Levy County, Florida;
thence S 89"28'2 W, along
the north line of said SE % 4
,of SE %/ of NW %4 a distance
of 22.00 feet to the Point of
Beginning; thence ~continue
~S 89*28'25" W, along said
north linie a distance of 318.68
feet to a point 300 feet, a
measured perpendicular, from
the east line of the SW 3/ of
SE %/ of NW %4, as described
in Chancery Ordler Book ."1",
page 494,' hence N 02P:13'00"
Ela distarice of 1i90.15; feet
to the: southerly right-of-way
liie' of SE 203 'Place; thence
N 89"29'13" E, .alorig 'said
right-of-way- line; a distance
~of 274.59 feet to the ~Point of
Curiature of a. right-of-way
curve concave southwesterly
and having a radius of 25.d00
feet; thence southeasterly
along the arc fisd~iid curve
39.26 feefitihC8ughf 8 Eidntral
angle of 89"58'11", said curve
having a chord bearing S
45031'42" E a' distance' of
35.35 feet to the end of said
curvd; thence S 03*59'47" ~E,
a distance of 165.20 feet to
the; Point of Beginning.
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy
o'f your written defenses, if ahy,
to it off Shelly May Johnrson,
Esquire, ;Attorney for Plaintiff'
whose address :is~ 8726 Old
County Road 54, Suite D, New
-Port Richey, Florida 34653, on or
before the 3 dday of April; 2009,
arid file the original wiith the clerk
ofthis court either before 'ser-
vice on Plaihtiff's attorney or im-
mediately therealfter;l otherwise;
a default will be entered- against
you for the relief demanded in
the complaint.
Dated this 19th day of~ F-ebru-
ary, 2009.
DANNY J. SHIPP
[Court Seal]
As Clerk of the Court
By: Gwen McElroy /s/
As Deputy Clerk
Pub.: Feb. 26, Mar. 5, 12, 19,
2009.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV-
EN, that the holders) of Certifi-
cate number 1331-01 of the sale
of i2001 has (have) filed said
Certificate for a Tax Deed to be
issued -thereon.. The name(s) of
the holders) of said Certificate,
the description of the property,
the name(s) in which it is as-
sessed are as follows.
NAME(S) OF CERTIFI-
CATE HOLDERSS: WILLIAIMl
R. WOMBLE AND GLENDA K.
WOIBLE
LEGAL DRSSRIPTI'ON
OF THE PROPERTY: LOTS
7, 8 & 9, BLOCK 5, GREEN
HIGHLAND PARK, ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT THEREOF
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK
1, PAGE 53, PUBLIC RE- -
CORDS OF LEVY COUjNTY,
FLORIDA.


NAME(S) IN WHICI-1
A;SSESSED: JOHN SKOUROS
AII of said property being
in the Co'unty of Levy, State of
Florida.
Unless such Certificate
shall be redeemed according to
law, the .property described in
such Certificate will be sold to
the highest bidder in the Court-
house lobby on the 13th day of
April,020009 between th~e hours


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LEGAL NOTICES


V 1_1~ __I~I __I


the' namne(s) in which it is as-
sessed are' as follows:
NAME(S) OF CERTIFI-
CATE HOLDERSS: CABERNET
I LLC
LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF
THE PROPERTY: LOT 15,
BLOCK< 3, RAINBOW LAKES
ESTATES, SECTION "N" AC-
CORDING TO' THE PLAT
THEREOF RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 3, PAGES 27,
27A THROUGH ?TD, INCLU-
SIVE, PUBLIC RECORDS OF
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
.NAME(Sy. IN WHICH AS-
SESSED: SANDRA JOHNSON
All -of said property being
in the county of Levy, State of
Florida.
Unless such Certificate
shall be redeemed according to
law, th~e property described in
such Certificate will be sold to
the highest bidder in the Court-
house lobby on the 13th day of
April, 2009,. between the hours
of 11:00 A.M. and 2:00 P.M.
Pub: Mar 12, 2009, Mar 19,
2009, Mar 26, 2009, Apr 02,
2009
DATED this 2nd DAY OF
MARCH 2009. .
DANNY J. SHIPP
CLERK OF CIRCUIT
COURT
'LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
~FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE ~IS HEREBY GIV-
EN, thait the holder(s) of Cert~ifi-
Scate number 11.58-06 of the sale
of- 206 has (have) filed said
Ce tificate for a Tax Deed to be
issued thereon. The name(s) of
'the holder(s) of said Certificate,
the description of.the. property,
the name(s), in which it is. as-
sessed arei as follows: ,
NAME(S) OF CERTIFI-
CATE' HO'LDER(S): CABERNET
I LLC
LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF
THfE 'PROPERTY;~ LOjT 5,
BLOCK 6, RAINBOW LAKES
ESTATES, SECTION N, ~Ac-
CO~RbililGd ib THE PLAT
THERFOF' RECORDED -IN
PLAf BOOK' 3," PAGE 27,
PUBLIC RECORDS OF LEVY

NAME(S) IN WHICH AS-
SESSED: JARRIJAiVIINT'L RE-
ALTY, 1INC
AII of Said property being
in th'e: County of 1.evy,' State of
Florida. .
Unless such Certificate
shall, be redeemed according to
Iaw, the' property described iri
-such Certificate will be sold to
,the highest bidder in' the Court-
house lobby on the 13th day o~f
April, 2009, between the: hours
of 11:00 A.M. and 2:00 P M.
Pub: Mjar.12, 2000,- Mai 19,
S2009, Mar 26, 2009, Apr 02,
2009
DATED this 2nd DAY OF
MARCH 2009.
DANNY J. SHIIPP
CLERKK OF CIRCUIT
COURT
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVl-
EN, that the holders) of Certifi-
cate~ number 2365-06 of the sale
of 2006 .has (have) filed said
Certificate for'a Tax Deed to be
Issued thiereon. The name(s) of
the holder(s).of said Certificate,
the description of the property,
the hiame(s) in which it is as-
sessed are as follows:
NAME(S) OF' CERTIFI-
CATE -HOLDER(S): CABERNET
.I LL'C,
LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF
THE PROPERTY: L1, BLOCK
F, QAK GROVE ESTATES,
ACCORDING TO THE PeLAT
THEREOF RECORDED IN
PLAT ~BOqK 4, PAGE, 22,
PUBLIC- RECORDS OF LEVY
COUNTY,- FLORIDA.
.NAME(S) .IN WHICH AS-
SESSED: VIOLET .G COX,
LYNN H MOON JR
AII of said property being
in the County of Levy, State of
Viorida.
Unless such Celtificate
shall be redeemed according to
Iaw, the property described in
such Certificate will be sold to
the highest bidder in the Court-
house lobby on the 13th day of


April, 2009, between the hours
of 11:00 A.M. and 2:00 P.M.
Pub: Mar 12, 2009, Mar 19,
2009, Mar 26, 2009, Apr 02,
2009
DATED this 2nd DAY OF
MARCH 2009.
DANNY J. SHIPP
CLERK OF CIRCUIT
COURT
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA


The Levy County Jo n


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levyjournalonline.com


March 19, 2009


NAME(S) IN WHICH AS-
SESSED: MARGARET B DICK-
ENS
All. of said property being
in the County of Levy, State of
Florida.
Unless such Certificate
shall be redeemed according to
law, the property described in
such Certificate will be sold to
the highest bidder in the Court-
house lobby on the 13th day of
April, 2009, between the hours
of 11:00 A.M. and 2:00 P.M.
Pub: Mar 12, 2009, Mar 19,
2009, Mai' 26, 2009, Apr 02,
2009
DATED this 2nd DAY OF
MARCH 2009.
DANNY J. SHIPP
CLERK OF CIRCUIT
COURT
SLEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX D)EED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV-
EN, that the hplder(s) of Certifi-
cate number 663-01 of the sale
of 2001 has (have) filed said
Certificate for a Tax Deed to be
issued thereon. The narre(s) of
the hqider(s) of said Certificate,
the description of the property,
the name(s) in which it is as-
sessed are as follows:
NAME(S) OF CERTIFI-
CATE HOLDERSS: WILLIAM
R. WOMIBLE AND GLENQA K.
WOMBLE
LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF
THE' PROPERTY: TRACT
NO:.133 BEING: .THE W1/2
OF. THE' NW17~4 OF THE
NE`1/4 OF TI-iE S;W1/4 3F
THE NW1/4 SECTION 10,
TOWNSHIP ~12 SQUTH,
RANGE 17 EAST,. LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA
NAM'E(S) IN WYI-CH AS-
SESSED: VICOTR RODRI-
GUEZ,- RUBERTINA RODRI-.
GUEZ
IAll of ~said property being
in the County of Levy, State of
Florida.
Unless such Certificate
shall be redeemed according to
law; the :property described in
such Cert'ificate will. be sold to
the highest bidder in the Courrt-
house jobby on ge 1t~h day :of
April, 2009, bet~e n te h'burs
of011:00 A.M. and 2:00 'P.M.
Pub:. Mar 12, 2009,~ Mar 19,
2009, Mar 26, 2009, Apr 0?,
2009
DATED thiis 2nd DAY OF
MARCH 2009.
DANNY J. SHIPP
CLERK OF CIRCUIT
COURT
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA

.NOTICE OF'APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV-
EN, thlat the holderss) of Certifi-
cate n~irinber 714-01 of the sale
of 2001" has havev} filed aid
Certiiicaite for a Tlhx Deed to be
issued thereon. The nanrie(s) of
the~ holders) ~of Said Certificate,
the description of the property,
the name(s) in which it is as-
sessed are as follows:
NA|VE(S) OF CERTIF)-
CATE HOLDERSS: WILLIAM
R. WOMBLE AND GLENDA K<.
WOMBLE
LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF
THE. PROPERTY: TRACT
362, LEGALLY dESCRIBED
.AS: THE 81/2 OF THE
SW1/4 OF THE. SW1/4 OF
THE NE 1/4 OF" THE SW1/4
OF SECTION 14, TOWNiSHIP
12 SOUTH, RANGE 17 EAST,
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
NAME(S) IN~ WHICH
ASSESSED: SALOMON. Z
ROSENBERG
.All of said property being
in the county of Levy, State of
Florida.
Unless such; Certificate
shall be redeemed according to
law, the property described in
such Certificate will be sold to
the highest bidder in the Co~urt-
house Iobby on the 13th day of
April, 2009, between the hours
of 11:00 A.M. and 2:00` P.M.
Pub: Mar 12, 2009, Mar 19,
2009, Mar 26, 2009, Apr 02,
2009 .
DATED this 2nd DAY OF .
MARCH 2009.
DANNY J. SHIPP
CLERK OF CIRCUIT
COURT
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA


NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV-
EN, that ihe holders) of Certifi-
cate number 1152-06 of the sale
of 2006 has (have) filed said
Certificate for a Tax Deed to be
issued thereon. The name(s) of
the holders) of said Certificate,
the description of the property,













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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ~
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 38-2009-CA 250
IN RE: FORFEITURE OF
WHITE FORD TRACTOR/
TRUCK
VIN NUM~iBER
1FDXF82K3DVA00914,
YELLOW FLATBED TRAILER
FL TAG NUMBER C94641)
TRAILER VIN NUMBER CZO44
AND
OTHER MISCELLANEOUS
EQUIPMENT
AND PERSONAL PROPERTY ~

JOHNNY M. SMITH, JR.,
SHERIFF
LEVY COUNTY SHERIFF'S
OFFICE
Petitioner,
WILLIAM DIAZ a~lk/a EDUARDO
RODRIGUEZ a/kla EDDIE RO-
ORIGUE7 ~and: 'MAR1SA. BER-
SHAD' '
Respondents. .
NOTICE OF AdTION
TO: .
MARISA BERSHAD
3651 NORTHEAST 140 M AVE
WILLISTON,~ FL 328j96

SWILLIAM DbiAZ
alkla EDUARDO RODRIGUEZ
alkla EDDIE RODRIGUEZ
3651 NORTHEAST 140 AV~E
WILLISTON, FL 32696
Y'OU A'RE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a Complaint for For-
feiture has been filed byt the
Levy County~ Sheriffs Office in
Levy County, Florida; and you
are required to serve a copy of
your answer or othat: pleading
on the~ Plaintiff's Attorney Ron-
aid W. Stevens, Esquite, at Po~st
Office Box 1444, Bronson, Flor..
ida 52621, and file thie original
answer or; leadingg in the office
of the Clerk of the above named
Court on or: before the. 9thday of
April, 2009.
SIF YOU FAIL TO DO SO, judg-
Sment by ,default will, be taken
against you 'f r.the' relief de-
manded in the pomplaipt
WITNE~SS my hahd andl offi-
cial seal, ~thi s 5' day of March,
S2009.

2 H Hz~J SH IP P
i Levy Cbjt, Florida
P. O. Box 610
B r~onsgn,:iFL 32621
By: Deanna Do~bbins Is/
iDeputy Clerk
Pub.: Mar. 12, 19; 2009

IN THE' CIRCUITCOURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR ..EVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 38-2009-CP-00014
IN RE':THE ESTATE OF:
LIESE"LOTTE BERTHA
GERTRUDE HOWARD I
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS :
(Summary Administration)
TO ALL PERSONS HAV-
ING. CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AdiAINST THE ABOVE ES-
TATE.
You are hereby notified that an
Order of Summary Administra;
tion has. been entered in the es-
tate, of LIESELOT;Er BERTHA
GERTRUDE H OWARD,; de;
ceased, Case Numb'er 38-2009-
QP-00014,. ~by the Ci~rcuit Court
for Leyy County, Florida, Probate
Division, .the address .of which is
P. O. Box6G10, Bronson, F'lorida
32621; that the total9ash value
Sof the estate; is $16,900 (does
n rot include homestead property
or exempt property) and that the
names and addresses. of those
to whom it has been assigned
by such order age:
ELLA MAE JOHNSON,, 7270 .
NE 91 TERRACE, BRONSON;
FLORIDA 32821 ''
ROGER ANSIN;:7270 NE
91 TERRACE, BRONSON',
FLORIDA 32621 .~
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAiT: i
Alb creditors of the decedent
and other persons having Iclaims
or demands against decedent's
estate on whom a copy of this
notice is served within three
months after the date of thle first
publication of this ~notice must
file their claims with, this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THIE DATE
OF THE .FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY


DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and persons having claims
or demands against the estate
of the decedent must file their
claims with this court WITHIN
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLIC_


SECONDS WEST, 14.01
FEET, NORTH 72 DEGREES
03 MINUTES 40 SECONDS
WEST, 8.55 FEET; NORTH
82 DEGREES 41 MINUTES
35 SECONDS WEST, 15.53
FEET; SOUTH 56 DEGREES
36 MINUTES 44 SECONDS
WEST, 17.99 FEET; SOYTH
17 DEGREES 52 MINUTES
48 SECONDS WEST, 19.69
FEET; SOUTH 62 DEGREES
12 MINUTES 42 SECONDS
WEST, 25.49 FEET; THENCE
LEAVING THE MEAN HIGH
WATER LINE, NORTH 16
DEGREES 24 MINUTES 35
SECONDS WEST A DIS-
TANCE OF 122.80 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
PARCEL B;1: PART OF
THE SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF
THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF
SECTION 30; TOWNSHIP 15
SOUTH, RANGE 13 EAST,
CITY OF CEDAR KEY, LEVY
COUNTY FLORIDA, MORE
PARTICULARLYDESCRIBED
AS FOLLOWS: COMMENCE
AT THE SOUTHEAST COR-
NER OF COMMON AREA B,
:OF EGRET'S PASS, AS PER
PLAT THEREOF' RECORD-
ED ~IN PI.AT BOOK 8, PAGE
75, LEVY` COUNTY RE-
CORDS; THENCE NORTH
00 DEGREES 50 MINUTES
47 SECONDS EAST, ALONG
THE EAST LINE THEREOF,
47.74 FEET TO THE SOUTH
RIGHT-OF-WAY ~LINE OF AIR
PORT ~ROAD' AND THE IN-
TERSFCTION WiITH A N'ON-
TANGENT CURVE CON-
CAVE TO THE SOUTHEAST
SHAVIINGA RADIUS OF 208.73
FEET AND. A CENTRAL
ANGLE OI'10 DEGREtES
00 MINUTES 39 SECONDS
(WITH A CHORD OF NORTH
75 DEGREES 42 MINUTES
38 SECONDS EAST, 36.42
FEET); THENCE NORTH-
EASTERLY ALONG THEARC
OF THE SAID CUjRVE, 36.47
FEET; THENCE CONTINUE
ALONG THE SAID RIGHT-
SOF- WAY LINE AND THE ARC
OF Ad CURVE CONCAVE
TO THE SOUTHEAST HAV-
ING A RADIUS OF 208.73
FEET AND ~A 95 ~NRAL

27MINU S"~ 11 CONDS,
.THENCE NiORTHEASTERLY
ALONG THE ARC OF THE
SAID CURVE, 38.08 FEET
TO TI-E POINT-6F-TAN-'
'GENCY; THENCE SOUTH
88. DEGREES 43 MINUTES
11 SECONDS EAST, ALONG
THE SAID RIGHT-OF-WAY
LINE, 77.51 FFET; THENCE
SOUTH 00 DEGREES 23
MINUTES .40 SECONDS
WEST, ALONG THE EAST
LINE OF PARCEL. 2 DE-
SCRIBED IN O.R. BOOK 14,
PAGE 384, LEVY COUNTY
RECORDS, 77.60 FEET TO
THE MEAN HIGH WATER
LINE OF THE GULF OF
SMEXICO AND THE .POINT
OF BEGINNING; THENCE
WESTERLY ALONG THE
SAID MEAN HIGH WATER
LINE THROUGH THE FOL-
L'OWING COURSES AND
DISTANCES; SOUTH 68
DEGREES 00 MINUTES 21.
SECONDS WEST, 1~4.01
FEET; NORTH 72 DEGREES
03 'MINUTES `40 SECONDS
WEST;,' 8.55~ FEET; NORTH
82 DEGREES 41 MINUTES
35 SECONDS WEST, 15.53
FEET; SOUTH 56 DEGREES
36 MINUTES 44 SECONDS
WEST, 17.99' FEET; SOUTH
17 DEGREES 52 MINUTES
48 SECONDS WEST, 19.69
FEET; SOUTH~ 62 DEGREES
12 MINUTES 42 SECONDS
WEST, 25.49 FEET; THENCE
LEAVING THE MEAN HIGH
WATER LINE, SOUTH 20
DEGREES 06 MINUTES 11
SECONDS EAST, A' DIS-
TANCE OF 228.06 FEET TO
THE SAID EAST LINE OF
PARCEL 2 DESCRIBED IN
O.R. BOOK 14, PAGE 384,
LEVY COUNTY RECORDS;
THENCE NORTH 00 DE-
GREES 23 MINUTES 40
SECONDS WEST, ALONG
THE SAID EAST LINE,
261.14 FEET TO THE POINT-
OF-BEGINNING
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a-copy
of your written defenses within


30 days after the first publica-
tion, if any, on Florida Default
Law Group, P.L., Plaintiffs at-
torney, whose address is 9119
Corporate Lake Dnive, Suite
300, Tampa, Florida 33634, and
file the original with this Court ei-
ther before service on Plaintiffs
attorney or immediately thereaf-
ter; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief


demanded in the Complaint or
petition.
SThis notice shall be
published once each week for
two consecutive weeks in the
Levy County journal.
WITNESS my hand
and the seal of this Court on this
4th day of Mharch, 2009.
Danny J. Shipp
Clerk of the Court
By: Melissa Allen Is/
As Deputy Clerk
(Court Seal)
Pub.: Mar. 12, 19, 2009.

NOTICE OF SALE
Dona Potter d/bla Bronson Self
Storage, pursuant to the provi-'
sions of the Florida Self Storage
Facility Act (Fla. Stat. 83.801 et
sec.) hereby gives notice.of sale
under said act to wit:
On April 4, 2009 at Bronson
Self Storkge, 839-E. Hathaway
Ave., Bronson, FL 32621, Dona
Potter or her agent will conduct
a sale at 10:00 a~m. (by auction,
sealed bid or yard sale) to the
highest bidder. Bids to begin at
10:00 a.m. when auctioning will
start for contents of the bay or
bays, rented by' the, following
person/persons:

KITTY KRIS BURTON.
1650 S. 1~5THAVE., WEST, APT
17
NEWTON, IA 50208

SHARON STACY
PO BOX 1304
BRONSON, FL 32621

FRANK MARTIN
PO BOX 1261
WILDWOOD, FL 34705

JAMES MU;NDEft
6084 NE 87m AVE.
BRONSON, FL 32621

JOHNNIE JONES
PO BOX 1053
WILLISTON, FL 32696

JANET HYDE .
7391- NE 90m CdOURT
BRONSON, FLi32621 ?

KENNETH FOGG JR.
19351 NE 109T" AVE onre-
ARCHER, FiLL,32e618so? r :.hr

.CONNIE CQHOON
1017Q NE 88mH LN
BRONSON, FL 3262'l

Consists of household, per-
sonal iterns, Mrriscellaneous
merchandise, stored at Bronson
Self Storage, 839 E, Hathaway
Ave., Brorion, FL 32621. Sale
is being held to satisfy a statu-
tory lien: Low bids may not be
accepted,
Dated: February 7, 2009
Bronson Self Storage
Dona Potter
PO Box` 1705
Bronson, FL 32621
Phone: (352) 486-2121
Sale Date: April 4, 2009
Pub.: Mar. 12, 19, 20Q9.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 38-2009-CA-
000008
DIVISION:
PHH MORTGAGE
CORPORATION,
SPlaintiff,
vs.
SIMON MARTINEZAKA
SIMONA MARTINEZ et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
S IMON MARTI NEZAKA SIMON
A MARTINEZ
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
420 E Park Street
Chiefland, FI 32626
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
VICTORIA MARTINEZ
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
420 East Park Street
Chiefland, FI 32626
CURRENTADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
ANYANDALL UNKNOWN PAR-
TIESCLAIMING BY,THROUGH,
UNDER, AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL
DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BIE DEAD OR


ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANT-
EES, OR OTHER CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
CURRENTADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose a mortgage


AII creditors of the ~decedent
gnd other persons having claims
or demands against decec~dent's
estate on whom a.copy of this
notice is requited to.be served
must file their claims with.this
Bourt WITHIN THE LATER: OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
THE~ FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF-
TEIR THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF.;A COPY' OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEW1.
'AII other creditors .of the de-
cedent or other persons hav-
ing claims or demands against
dedehebnt's'estate mrust file their
claintis with this~ court WITHIN
3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
jF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
;ALL: CLAIMS NOT FILED
WiTI-IN THE TINIE PERIOjS
SET: FORTH IN SECTION
133.j02: OF 'THE FjlORIDA
P~ROBATE; CODE WILL .BE
FOREVER BARRED.. .
NOTWITHSTAN~DING TI E
TIME PEdlOUDS SET FORTH
ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED
TWC6 (2) YEARS OR MORE AF-
TIRRTH~E DECEDENT'S DATE
F DlEA H IS B RISED. ;
Timd~ at~e of first publication. of
tis notice. is March 12, 2009.
Ch~eri G. Hamel Is/
Pe: qrsohal Representative.
CHERI G. HAMEL
150 ~l~a s. E: 1i"llk velue
Morr: 'niston, Filoida 32668
Chi~rid H. TFine, Esquire Is/
Attorneyi for ersoInal
Representative:
CHERIE H. FINE, ESQUIRE
'Fla. Bar Nl~o. 053131~7 -
FINE; 'FARKASH &: ;
PARI.APIANO; PA
62~ NE First Street ;-';
Gaihesville; Florida 32601
(352) 376-6046
Pubi.: Magt 12,19, 2009.- -:

SIN THE C=IRCUIT COURT O
THE 8T"idUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN ~AND FOR iEVY COUNTY,
SF`LORIIAI .-
G; ENERAL JURISDICTION
; 1- : ;' :~' !~ DIVISI~ON
CASe .NO: 38-2008-CAs00094Q
cItIMlhORTiiPGAGEI~~;. INO;
'Plaintiff, i' '~;
:s. of Al~il iabj ,di
ReliEN H1Ai~Kr~~ WK j
i"defendant(fS. 3 : ??~
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
TO: HELEN HAWKINS AND
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF HEL-
SEN HAWKINS .
wihise residencei: ~isit kdown if
Fie/shelthey be living; and if he/
shelthey be dead, the unknown
defndants who may be spous-
ps, ~heirs, devisees, grantees,
assignees, lienors, dreditors,
trustees, and all parties claiming
an interest by, through, under or
against the Defendants, who are
not. known to be dead or alive,
and all parties having or claiming
to have any right, title or inter-
est in the property described in
the miortg'age: Ining foreclosed
herein. ."
YOU !~uARE: I-EREEY: NOTI-
FI~ that an action to foredose
a mnortgaige on th'e'.followring
property:
.THE LA-iND` REFERRED
';TOj ~IN THIlS EXHIBIT IS, LO. j-
CATED .INI fHIE.COU NTY OF
L.:EVY ANd THE. STATE, OF
FLORIDA IN DEED BOOK
~'~ 81 'AT PAGE 429 AND DE-
SCRIBED AS FOLLOW~S.
Lp T 7, BI..CK 24, UNIT 7,
WvIIuSTON' HIGHL-ANDS, AG
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK
'4, PAGE ~4 Oi- THE PUBLIC
RECORDiS 'OF LEVY COUjN-
TY, FLORIDA.' TOGETHER
WITH A- MOBILE, HOME
VIN#JACFL16995A AND
VIN#JACFL~16995B
has been fiiele against you and
yod' are required to .servea
copy of your written` defenses, if
any, to it on` DAVID J. ~STERN,
ESQ. Plaintiff's attorney, whlose
Address ~is 900 tSo~uth: Pine Is-
Iand Road #400,. Planftion, FL
i 33324-39203 on~ or .I~fore April
6,2009, (ncilater thagn 30 days
ftornihe date of the 'first publica-
tiori of this notice of action) and
file the original with the clerk of
this court either before service
on Plaintiffs attorney or imme-
diatel)i 'thereafter;. otb~rwise a
defaurlt will b'e entered against
you 'for thje relief dleinanded in


tfhe coniplainit or petition filed
hereieri-.
:WITNESS my hand and the.
sea'l of this Court at LEVY' Coun-
'ty, Plorida, this 4th day of Mfarch,
2009.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
BY: Melissa Allen /s/
DEPUTY ~LERK
(COURT SEAL)


LAWV OFFICES CI' DAVID J.
STERN
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
900 SOUTH PINE ISLAND
ROAD SUITE 400
PLANTATION, FL 33324-3920
IN ACCORDANCE WITH -
THE AMERICANS WITH
DISABILITIES ACT, persons
with disabilities needing
a special accommodation
should contact COURY
ADMINISTRATION, at the
LEVY County Cpurthouse at
352-486-5266, 31-800-955-8771
(TDD) or 1-800-955-8770, via
Florida Relay Service,
Pub: Mar. 12, 19, 2009.

IN THE CIRCUIT C`OURaT
OF THE ~IGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR LiEVY ,
.COUNTY FLORIDA
CASE NQ: 38-2008-CA-1004 .
GREEN TREE Sril ICING,
LLC, FlK/A CONSE'CO ~Fl-
NANCE` SrRVICING CORP,
1400.Turbirle Drive, Suite 200,
Rapid City, SD 57703
Plaintiff, .

MARIA G. RODRIGUFEZ, RIGH-
ARD: RODRlIGUEZ, ASSET AC-
CEPTA~NCE,: LL ,' BANk OF
AMERI'CA, N.A. a'nd UNIVER-
SITY: OF FLOOR DA~ FACULTY
GROUP PRAiCTI El ;
Defendants. .
NOTICE OF S 1E..
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
THAT, pursuant to Plaintirfs Fi-
nal Summary Judgment of Foe-
closure entered in the above-
captioned~ action, I will sell the
Property situated in Levy Coun-
ty, Florida; described as follows,
to wit:
EAST %/ OF SE %/ OF SW
%/ OF NW % ;OF NW % OF
SECTION 29', TOWlIlSHI`P 11
SOUTH, RANGE 17 EAST,
LEVY~ COUNTY, FLORIDA,
.TOGETHER WITH THAT
CERTA~IN~ 2000 HOMES OF
VI XERIf B'AY MANOR IVOBILE
HOIVE, VIN #FLHML3B1527-
21902lABi
at public sale, to the' highest
and best bidder, for cash~ at the
BOCC mdefing room in 'the Levy
qqunty~C~ourthouse, 355 South
gi~urtStr~f ,Brg~9 1 nFlorida
Lev Coun F~~ gt 1:00
AlV (EST), on the 4th day of May,
2009
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Melissa Allen is/
Deputy Clerk
S(Court Seal)
Pub.: Mar. 12, 19, 2009.

IN THE CIRCUIT'COURT
QF T;HE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
:CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CAiSE NO: 38.-2908-CA-11b00
GREEN TREE SERVICING,
LI.C, 'F/KIA CONSE~CQ FI-
NANCE SERVICING CORP,
, 1400 Turbine. Drive,, Suite 200,
R apid City, SD 57703,
Plaintiff, .

JERRY A. HORNE IF LIVING,
BUT IF DECEASED, THE U'N-
KNOWN HEllRS,' DEVISEES,
GRATI jiES, .- ASSIGNEES,
CREd'lTORSi. iLIENdCRS,' AND
TRUSTEES OF' JERRY .A
HORNE, DECEASED, AND ALL
OTHER PERSONS CLAIM-
INGE BY, THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE NAMED
DEFENDANTS. BA~SILENE H.
HORNE, ASHLEY PARKER,
and WILLIAM WrALKER
Defendants ,
NOTICE OF' SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
THA~T, pursuant -to Plaintiff's Fi- .
nal Summary Judgmenthbf Fore-
closure entered in ihe above-
captioned action, I will sell the
property situated in Levy Coun-
ty, Florida, described .as follows
to wit:
SLOT 22, HIDEAWAY
UNIT 3, ACCORDING TO
TYE PLAT THEREOF RE-
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK
6, PAGE 12, PUBLIC RE-
CORDS OF LEVY COUNTY,
SFLORIDA, TOGETHER WITH
THAT CERTAIN 1997 FLEET-
WOOD -HOMES, GREEN-
HILL MOBILE HOME, VIN
SFLFLT70AB24705GH21
at public., sale, to the highest
and best bidder, for cash at the
BOCC meeting room in the Levy
County Courthouse, 355 South
Court Street, Bronson, Florida


Ipevy County: Florida, at 11:00
AM (EST), on the 6"" day of April
2009
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Melissa Allen Is/
Deputy Clerk
(Court Seal)
Plab.: Mar. 12,1r9, 2009.


BUSINESSS


LEGAL NOTICES


__ I 1_ nnnn


Y I~11 ~~1~-1 --I- --------------~ I --


CATION OF THIS NOTICE. '
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS
NOT SO FILED ~WILL BE FOR-
1 EVER BARRED.
The date of the first publica-
tion of this Notice is March 12,
2009.
ELLA MAE JOHNSON Is/
7270 NE 91 TERRACE.
BRONSON', FLORIDA 32621
RONALD W. STEVENS,
ESQUIRE Is/ ,
FLORIDA BAR NO: 777470
P. O. BOX 1444
BRONSON, FLORIDA 32621
(352) 486-3039
Pub.: Mar. 12, 19, 2009.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT .
IN AND FOR I.EVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 38-2008-CA-
001001
DIVISION:
BANK OF AMERICA, N. A.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CESAR MARTINEZ et al,
Defen'dant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
CESAR MARTINJEZ
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
2151 S. CherylCourt
Kissimmee, FI 34744
SCURPRENT ADDRESS:
2151 S. Cheryl Court
Kissimmee, FI 34744

THE UNKNOWN.SPOUSE OF
CESAR MARTINEZ .
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: '
2151. S. Cheryl .Court

Kissimrnee, FI 34744
CURRENT ADDRESS:
2151 S. Cheryl Court
.Kissimmee, FI 34f44

ALBERT BEGAS
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
22263 Morning Glory Ter
Boca 'Raton, FI 33433
'CURRENT ADDRESS:
22263 Morning Glory Ter
Boca Raton, Fl' 33433

YOU ARE NOTIFIED

a mo gage. on the follow-
ing property in LiEVY County,
Florida:
PARCEL B: PART OF
SOUTHWEST "1/4 OF THE
SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF SEC-
TION 30, TOWNSHIP 18
SOUTH, RANGE 13 EAST,
CITY OF CEDAR KEY, LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, MORE
PARTICULARLYDESCRIBED
AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING
AT THE SOUTHEAST COR-
NER OF CdOMMOndi AREA B,
OF EGRET'S PASS, AS PER
PLAT THEREOF RECORD-
ED IN PLAT BO)OK 8, PAGE
75,' LEVY COUNTY RE.
CORDS; THENCE NORTH
00 DEGREES 50. MINUTES
`47 SECONDS EAST, ALONG
THE EAST LINE THERE-
.OF, 47.74 FEET TO THE
SOUTH RIGHT-OF-WAY
LINE OE AIRPORT ROAD
SAND THE 'INTERSECTION
'WITH- A NON-TANGENT
CURVE CONCAVE TO THE
SOUTHEAST HAVING A RA-
DIUS OF' 208,73 FEET AND
A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 10
DEGREES 00.MINUTES 39
SSECONDS (WITH ~A CHORD
OF NORTH 75 DEGREES
42 MINUTES 38 SEC-
ONDS EAST, 36.42 FEET);
THENCE NORTHEiASTERLY
ALONG THiEARC OF THg
SAID CURVE, 36.47 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BEGIN-
NING; THENCE CONTINUE
ALONG THE SAID RIGHT-
OF-WAY LINE AND THE ARC
OF A CURVE CONCAVE
TO THE ,SOUTHEAST HAV-
ING A RADIUS OF 208.73
FEET AND A CENTRAL
ANGLE OF 10 DEGREES
27 MINUTES 11 SECONDS;
THENCE NORTHEASTERLY
ALONG THE ARC O'F THE
SAID CURVE, 38.08 FEET
TO THE POINT-OF-TAN-
GENCY; THENCE SOUTH
88 DEGREES 43 MINUTES
11 SECONDS EAST, ALONG
SAID RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE,
77.51 FEET; THENCE
SOUTH 00 DEGREES 23


MINUTES 40 SECONDS
'WEST, A DISTANCE OF
77.60 FEET TO THE MEAN
HIGH WATER LINE OF THE
GULF OF MEXICO; THENCE
WESTERLY ALONG THE
SAID MEAN HIGH WATER
LINE THROUGH THE FOL-
LOWING COURSES AND
DISfANCES; SOUTH 68
DEGREES 00 MINUTES 21


1


March 19, 2009


13A


The Levy County Jo l


The County Paper, Est. 19 3

















ments set forth above.
In addition to requesting an
administrative hearing, any
petitioner, may elect to pursue
mediation. The election may be
accomplished by filing with the
Department a mediation agree-
ment with all parties to the pro-
ceeding (i.e., the applicant, the
Department, and any person
who has filed a timely and suffi-
clent petition for a hearing). The
agreement must contain all the
information required by rule 28-
106.404. The agreement must
be received by the clerk in the
Office of General Counsel of the
Department at 3900 Common-
wealth Boulevard, Mail Station
35, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-
3000, within ten days after the
deadline for filing a petition, as
set forth above. Choosing me-
diation will not adversely affect
the right to a hearing~ if media-
tion does not result in a settle-
ment.
As provided in section 120.573
of the Florida Statutes, the timely
aLgreement of all parties to thedi-
ate will toll the time limitations
imposed by sections 120.569
and 120.57 for holding an ad-
ministrative hearing and issuing
a final order. Unless otherwise
agreed by the parties, the medi-
ation must be concluded within
sixty days of the execution of the
agreement. If mediation results
in settlement of the administra-
tive dispute, the Department
must enter a final order incor-
porating the agreement of the
parties. Persons seeking to pro-
tect their substantial interests
that would be affected by such
a modified final decision mulst
file their petitions within fourteen
(14) days of receipt of this no-
tice, or they shall be deemed to
have waived their right to a pro-
ceeding under Sections 120.569
and 120.57. If mediation termi-'
nates without settlement of the
dispute, the. Department may
notify all parties in writing that
the administrative hearing pro-
'cess under Sections 120.569
and 120.57 remain available for
disposition of the djspute, and
the notice will specify the dead-
lines that then will apply for chal-
lengSing thie genc~~!y action and
electing remedies under those~
two statutes.
This action is final and effec-
tive on the date filed with the
Clerk of the Department unless
a petition (or request for media-
tion) is filed in accordance with
the above. Upon the< timely fil-
ing of a petition (or request for
mediation) this order will not bb
effective until further order of the
Department.
Any party to this order has the
right to seek judicial review of it
under section 120.68 of the Flor-
ida ,Statutes, By filing a notice of
appeal under rule 9.110 of'the
Florida Rules of Appellate Pro-
cedure with the' clerk of the De-
partment in the Office of General
Counsel, Mail Station 35, 3900.
Commonwealth Boulevard, Tal-
lahassee, Florida 32399-3000,
and by filing a copy of the notice -
of appeal accompanied by the
applicable filing fees with the ap-
propriate district court of appeal. .
The notice of appeal must be
filed within thirty (30) days after
this order if filed with the clerk of
the Department.
Pub.: Mar. 19, 2009.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR LEVY COUNTY,
SFLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO.: 38-2009-CP-
000044
IN RE: THE ESTATE
OF ELMYRA FELBURN
SCHILLER,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The administration of the Es-
tate of ELMYRA FELBURN
SCHILLER, deceased, whose
date of death was February 10,
2009 is pending in the Circuit
Court for Levy Countyi, Florida,
Probate Division, the address
of which is 355 S. Court Street,
Bronson, FL 32621. The names
and addresses of the personal
representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set
forth below.


All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims
or demands against decedent's
estate on whom a copy of this
notice is required to be served
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF-
TER THE DATE OF SERVICE


on the following property in
LEVY County, Florida:
PARCEL 5: PART OF
THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF
SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF NW
1/4 AND THE ~WEST 1/2
OF NORTHWEST 1/4 OF
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SEC-
TION 16, TOWNSHIP 15
SOUTH, RANGE 13 EAST.
BEING MORE PARTICU-
I.ARLY DESCRIBED -AS
FOLLOWS: COMMENCE
AT THE NORTHWEST COR-
NER OF SAID SECTION '
THENCE SOUTH 00 DE-
* GREES 25 MINUTES 57
SECONDS WEST ALONG
THE' WEST LINE OF SAID
SECTION 16, A DISTANCE
OF 1062.57 FEET TO AN
INTERSECTION V\ITH THE
EASTERLY' RIGHT OF WAY
LINE OF OLD STATE ROAD
~24 AND THE POINT OF BE-
GINNING; THENCE CON-
TINUE SOUTH 00 DEGREES
25 MINUTES 57. SECONDS
W\iEST, ALONG TH~E SAID
WEST LINE, A DISTANCE
OF 327.26 FEET; THENCE
SQUTH 89 DEGREES 44
MINUjTES ~45 SECONDS
EA;STA DISTANCE OF 296.75
FEET; THENCE NORTH 00
'DEGREES 22 MINUTES
3'8 SECONDS EAST A DIS-
TANCE OF 760.31 FEET
TO THE SOUTH RIGHT O
WAY OF STATE ROAD 24
AND AN INTERSECTION
WITH A CURVE, CONCAVE
TO SOUTHEAST HAVIING A
RADIUS QF 452~3.66 FEET,
A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 01 ~
DEGREES 11 MINUTES 06
SECONDS, (WITH A CHORD
SOUTH 50O DEGREES 36
MINUTES 21- SECONDS
WEST,93.56FEET);THENCE
SOUTHWESTERLY ALONG
THE= SAID RIGHT OF WAY
LINE AND ARC OF" CURVE,
93.56 FEET TO THE INiTER-
SECTION WITH A NON-TAN-
GENT CURVE CONCAViE TO
THE SOUTHEAST HAVING A
RADIUS OF 1095.92. FEET,
A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 22
DEGREES 55 MINUTES 59
SECONDS, (WIlTH A CHORD
OF SOUTH 31 DEGREES
17 MINUTES 16 SECONDS
WEST, 435.73); THENCE
SOUTHWESTERLY ALONG
THE EASTERLY RIGHT OF,
WAY. LINE' OF OL~D STATE
ROAD~ 24, AND THE ARC OF
THE SAID CURVE, A DIS-
TANCE OF: 438.65 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING
has bee~n filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses within
30 days after the first publica-
tion, if any, on Florida Default
Law Group, P.L., Plaintiff's at-
torney, whose address is 9119
Corporate Lake Drive, Suite
300, Tampa, Florida 33634, and
file the original with this Court ei-
ther before service on Plaintiff's
attorney .or immediately thereaf-
ter; otherwise a default will, b'e
entered against you for~ the relief
demanded in the Complaint or
petitions.
This notice shall be.published
once each week for two consec-
utive weeks in the Levy County
Journal.
WITINESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on this 6th day
of March, 2009.
SDanny J. Shipp
[Court Seal]
'Clerk of the Courrt
By: Melissa Allen Is/
As Deputy Clerk
Pub.: Mar. 12, 19, 2009.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 38-2009-CA-
000021
DIVISION:
M&I BANK,
Plaintiff'
vs.
MOSHE MAtZINE et al,
Defendant(s).


NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
MOSHE MA;ZINE
LAST KNOWN~ ADDRESS:
19300 W pixie Highway
North Miami, Florida 33180
CURRENT ADDRESS: .
UNKNOWN.
ANYANDALL UNKNOWN PAR-
TIESCLAIMING 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 SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANT-
EES, OR OTHER CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN ,
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN '
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose a mortgage
on the following .property in
LEVY~ County, Florida:
FOR A POINT OF REFER-
.ENCE, COMMENCE AT THE
SOUTHWEST CORNER
OF -SECTION 7, TOWN.
SHIP 13 SOUTH, RANGE
19 EAST, LEVY COUNTY,
FLORlpA, THENCE ALONG
THE NEST BOUNDARY OF
SAID SECTION 7, NORTH
00 DEGREES 13 MINUTES
00 S'ECONDS EAST, 1475.34
FEET; THENCE DEPARTING
FROM SAID WEST BOUND-
ARY SOUTH 88 DEGREES
31 MINUTES 58 SEC-
ONDS EAST, 50.01 FEET
TO A POINT, ON THE EAST
RIGHT OF WAY U.S. HIGH-
WAY 41 (100 FEET RIGHT
OF WAY) AND THE POINT
OF (BEGINNING; THENCE
CONTINUE SOUTH 88 DE-
GREES 31 MINUTES 58
SECONDS EAST, 1785.81
FEET; THE ~CE SOUTH 00
DEGREES 13 MINUTES 00
'SECONDS WEST, 1443.03
FEET; THENCE NORTH 89
DEGREES 31 MINUTES 55
SECONDS WEST, 1085.40
FEET; THENCE rlORTH 11
DEGREES 1i7 MINUTES 27
SECONDS- EAST, 437.93
FEET; THENCE NORTH 00
DEGREES 13 IVINUTES 00
SECONDS EAST 796.00
FEET. ~THENCE NORTH 88
DEGREES: 31 MINUTES 58
SECONDS WEST, 784.30
FEET TO A POINT OIN THE
EAST RIGilT OF WAY OF
U.S. HIGHWjAY 41; THENCE
ALONG SAID RIGHT OF
W~AY IMORTH 00 DEGREES
13 MINUTES 00 SECONDS
-RiEST,:'2;j4.35`FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING.
SUBJECT TO AN EA\SE-
~:MENT OVER AND ACROSS
'THE NORTH.25 FEET OF
THE 'ABOVE DESCRIBED
PROPERTY AS MORE FUL-
LY DESCRIBED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 313, PAGE
549, PUBLIC RiECORDS OF
LEVY COUNTY, FL.ORIDA.
TOGETHERWITHAMOBILE
HOME LOCATED THEREON
AS~ A- FIXTURE AND AP-
PURTENANCE 'THERETO
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AND
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has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses within
30 days after the first publica-
tion, if any, on Florida Defaulf
Law Group, P.L., Plaintiff's at-
torney, whose address is' 9119
Corporate Lake Drive, Suite
S300, Tampa, Florida 33634, and
'file the original with this Court ei-
ther before service on Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately thereaf-
ter; otherwise a. default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published
ence each-week for two consec-
utive weeks in the Levy County
Journal.
WNITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on-this 6th day
of March, 2009.
SDanny J. Shipp
Clerk of the Court
By:Melissa Allen /s/
As Deputy Clerk
(COURT SEAL)
Pub.: Mar. 12, 19, 2009. .

SIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
LEVY COUNTY
Case #: 2008-CA-000271
Division:
UNC:
US Bank N.A. as trustee, for
the registered holders of CSMC
Asset-Backed Trust 2007-NC1
OSI, CSMC Asset-Backed
Pass-Through Certificates, Se-


ries 2007-NC1 OSI,
Plaintiff,
vs
Clayton V. Swearingen and Pau-
la R. Swearingen, Husband and
Wife;
Defendant(s),
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order of Final
Judgrrent of Foreclosure dated


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March 12, 2009 entered in Civil
Case No. 2008-CA-000271 of
the Circuit Court of the 8th Ju-
dicial Circuit in and for Levy
County, Florida, wherein .US
Bank N.A. as trustee, for the
registered` holders of CSMC '
Asset-Backed Trust 2007-NC1
OSI, CSMC Asset-Backet Pass-
Through Certificates, Series
2007-NC1 OSI, Plaintiff and
Clayton V. Swearingen and Pau-
la R. Swearingen, Husband and
Wife are defendantss, I will sell
to the highest and best bidder
for cash, AT THE FRONT DOOR
AT LEVY COUNTY COURT- *
HOUSE, LOCATED AT 355 S.
COURT STREET, BRONSON,
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA, AT
11:00 A.M. on April 27, 2009 the
following described property as
set forth in said Final Judgment,
to-wit:
LOT 22, BLOCK 82, WIL-
LISTON HIGHLANDS GOLF
AND COUNTRY CLUB ES-
TATES, ACCORDING TO
'THE PLAT THEREOF RE-
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK 3,
PAGES 67, 67A THROUGH
67M, PUBLIC RECORDS OF
LEVY COUNTY, FLQRIDA
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS
FROM THE. SALE, IF' ANY,
OTHER THAN THE PROPER-
TY OWNER AS OF THE DATE
OF THE LIS PENDENS MUjST
FILEA CLAIMA WITHIN 60 DAYS
AFTER THE SALE.
IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH
A, DISABILITY WHO NEEDS
ANY ACCOMMODATION IN
ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN
THIS' PROCEEDING, .YOU
ARE ENTITLED, AT NO COST
TO~ YOU, TO THE PROVISION
OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE.
PLpASE CONTACT LEVY
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 355
S. COURT STREET, P.O.. BOX
610; BRONSON, FL 32621
WITHIN 2 WORKING.DAYS OF
YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS Nq-
TICE OF SALE: IF YOU ARE
HEARING IMPAIRED CALL:
1-800-955-8771; IF YOU ARE
VOICE IMPAIRED CALL: 1-800-
955-8770.
DATED at BRONSON, Florida,
this 12" day of March, 2009 '
DANNV3:SMHI C
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
Levy County, Florida
BY: Gwen McElroy~ Is/
DEPUTY CLERK
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF:
SHAPIRO & FISHMAN, LLP
10004 North Dale Mabry Hwy,
Suite 112
Tampa, Florida 33618
Pub.: March 19, 26, 2009'.

IN THECOUNTY COURT OF
FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR LEVY '
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 38-08-CC-426
DIVISION:
CEDAR COVE TOWNHOUSE
CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIAi-
TION INC., A FLORIDA: COR-
PORATION
Plaintiff
vs .
MARJORIE F. MARSHALL, UN-
KNOWN ~PERSON IN POSSES-
SION' '
SDefendant
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE is given that pursuant
to the Final Judgment of Fore-
closure dated,March 9, 2009, in
case number 38-08-CC-426 of
the County Court of the tpighth
Judicial Circuit in and for Levy
County, Florida, in which CEDAR
COVE TOWNHOUSE CONDO-
MINIUM ASSOCIATION, INC.,
A FLORIDA CORPORATION, is
the Plaintiff and MARJORIE F.
MARSHALL, the Defendants, I
will sell to the highest and best
bidder in the lobby of the Levy
County Courthouse, 355. S.
Court Street, Bronson, Florida
at 11:00 a.m. on April 20, 2009,
the- following described real
property: .
.A CONDOMINIUM UNIT,
being UNIT NO1. A-2 of CE-
DAF( COVE TOWNHOUSES
COND'OMINi'UM,
hereinafter referred to as
the "CONDOMINIUM," ac-
cording to a CONDOMINIUM
DECLARATION dated June
24, 1980, in O.R. Book 160,
page 527, and any and all
amendments thereto, public


records of Levy County, Flor-
ida, together with the undi-
vided interest in the common
elements designated in the
CONDOMINIUM DECLARA-
TION to be appurtenant to
such unit..
Dated this 9th day of March,
2009 .
(COURT SEAL)
~Danny J. Shipp


Clerk of the County Court
By: Lyndsey Gilbert /s/
Deputy Clerk
Pub.: Mar. 19, 26, 2009.

IN THE COUNTY-COURT OF
FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 38-08-CC-427
DIVISION:
CEDAR COVE TOWNHOUSE
CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIA-
TION INC., A FLORIDA COR-
PORATION
Plaintiff
vs
JENNIFER A.' RUSSELL,
TRUSTEE OF THE MULTIVEST
FLORIDA REVOCABLE TRUST
I, AND UNKNOWN PERSON IN
POSSESSION
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE is given that pursuant
to the Final Judgment of Fore-
closure dated March 9, 2009, in
case number 38-08-CC-427 of
the County Court of the Eighth
Judicial Circuit in and for Levy
County,.Florida, in which CEDAR
COVE TOWNHOUSE CONDO-
MINIUM ASSOCIATION, INC.,
A FLORIDA CORPORATION,
is the Plaintiff and JENNIFER
A. RUSSELL, TRUSTEE OF
THE MULTIVEST FLORIDA
REVOCABLE TRUST I, the De-
fendant, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder in the lobby of
the Levy County Courthpuse,
355 S. Court Street, Bronson,
Florida at 11:00 a.m. on April 20,
2009, the following described
real property:
Condominium unit A-3
of Cedar Cove Townhouse
Condominium, according to
the Condominium Declara-
tion dated June 24, 1980,
recorded July 8, 1980, in Of-
ficial Record Book 160, Page
5?7, Public Records of Le~yy
County, Florida, together with ~
\the undivided interest in the
common elements designated
in th'e Condominium Declara-
tion to be appurtenant to such
unit.
Dated this 9th day of March,
2009. .
(COURT SEAL)

e: I'i f ~ilde dourify court
By3: I ;dsyndseyer Gibr s/
Deputy Clerk
Pub.: Mar. 19, 26, 2009.

NOTICE OF PERMIT
ISSUANCE
.The Department of Environ-
mental Protection gives notice
that it has issued Permit Num-
ber 16-123456-001-ES to Prog-
ress Energy Florida, Inc. under
Part IV, Chapter 373, Florida
Statutes, and Title 62,' Florida
Administrative Code, to conduct
an uplarrd excavation along the
north bank of .the 13ross Florida
Barge Canal for the construc-
tion of a ~barge slip and concrete
parking area, construct a 50-
foot wide heavy haul road from
CR 40 to the upland excavation
area with a bridge over the Inglis
Lock Bypass Channel, and con-
struct and operate a stormwater
management 'system for runoff
collected from the barge slip
and parking area, heavy haul
road, and the bridge over the by-
pass channel. The heavy haul
road will include public entry
access points on both thd north
bank of the bypass channel and
west along the north bank of the
barge canal. Existing Office of
Greenways and Trails access
roads will be intercepted and
rerouted in accordance with the
project plans. The total drain-
age area is 13.6 acres with 4.74
acres of impervious surface.
The- stormwater management
system consists of seven dry
swales and associated overflow
structures. The swales will aver-
age 2 feet in depth. All storm-
water in excess of the required
treatment volume will discharge
into the Cross Florida Barge~ Ca- .
nal.. The system provides ade-
quate treatment storage and will
recover the design storm event
in less than 36 hours. The proj-
ect is located on the Inglis Lock
Bypass Channel, a class III wa-
terbody in Section 06, Township -
17 South, Range 17 East at Lat-
itude 29001'34.57", Longitude
82.37'08.57", in Levy County,
Florida.


The application and the per-
mit are available for inspection
,during normal business hours,
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday
through Friday, except legal
holidays, at the Department's
Northeast District Office, 785
Baymeadows Way, Suite 200B,
Jacksonville, Florida 32256-
7590. The Department's agen-
cy action shall be final unless


a timely petition for an admin-
istrative hearing is filed under
sections 120.569 and 120.57
of the Florida Statutes before
the deadline for filing a petition.
Persons who have filed such a
petition may seek to mediate the
dispute, and choosing mediation
will not adversely affect the right
to a hearing if mediation does
not result in a settlement. The
procedures for petitioning for a
hearing are set forth below, fol-
lowed by the procedures for pur-
suing nlediation.
A person whose substantial
interests are affected by the
Department's proposed permit-
ting decision may petition for an
administrative proceeding (hear-
ing) under section 120.569 and
120.57 of the Florida Statutes.
The petition rnust contain the
information set forth below and
must be filed (received) in the
Office of Genieral Counsel of the
Department at 3900 Common-
wealth Boulevard, Mlail Station
35, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-
3000.
Petitions must be filed withiri
fourteen (14) days of publica-
tion of the notice or receipt of
the written notice, whichever
occurs first. A petition by any
person entitled to written notice -
under Section 120.60(3) of the
Florida Statutes must be filed
within fourteen (14) days of the
receipt of the written notice. The
failure of any person to file a pe-
tition within the appropriate time
period shall constitute a waiver
of that person's right to request
an ,administrative determina-
tron (hearing) under sections
120.569 and 120.57 of the Flor-
ida Statutes, or to intervene in
this proceeding and participate
as a party to it. Any subsequent
intervention (in a proceeding
initiated by another party) will
be only at the discretion of the
presiding officer upon the filing
of a motion in compliance with
rule 28-106.205 of the Florida
Administrative Code. .
The petitioner shall mail a cpy
of the petition to the applicant at .
the address indicated above at
the time of filing. The failure of
any perrs~on to file a petition with-
in the appropriate ~tirpa p~eriod ~
shall constitute a waiver of ~that
person's right to request an ad-
ministrativie determination (hear-
ing) under sections 120.569 and
120.57 of the Florida Statutes,
or to intervene in this proceeding
and participate as a party to it,
Any subsequent intervention (in
a proceeding initiated by another
party) will be only at the discre-
tion of the presiding officer upon
the filing of. a motion in compli-
ance with rule28-106.205 of the
Florida Administrative Code.
A petition that disputes the
material facts' on which the De-
partment's action is based must
contain the following informa-
tion:
(a) The name, address, and
telephone number of each pe-
titioner; the Department permit
identification number and the
county in which the subject mat-
ter or activity~ is located;
(b) A statement of how and
when each petitioner received
notice of the Department action;
(c) A statement of how each
petitioner's substantial interests
are affected by the Department
action;
(d) A statement of the material
facts disputed by the petitioner,
if any;
(e) A statement of the facts
that petitioner contends warrant
reversal or modification of the
Department action;
(f) A statement of which Rules
or statutes the petitioner con-
tends require reversal or modifi-
cation of the Department action;
and,
(g) A statement of the relief
sought by petitioner, stating pre-
cisely the action that the peti-
tioner wants the Department to
take.
A petition that does' not dispute
the material facts on which the
Department's action is based
shall state that no such facts are
in dispute and otherwise shall
contain the same information as
set forth above, as required by
rule 28-106.301.
Because the administrative
hearing process is designed to


formulate final agency action,
the filing of a petition means
that the Department's final ac-
tion may be different from the
position taken by it in this notice.
Persons whose substantial inter-
ests will be affected by any such
final decision of the Department
have the right to petition to be-
come a party to the proceeding,
in accordance with the require-












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ON THEM.
All other creditors of the de-
cedent and other persons hav-
ing claims or demands against
decedent's estate must file their
claims with this court. WITHIN
3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN: SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE, CODE WILL BE
FOREVER~ BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME. PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR IVORE AF-
TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of
this Notice is March 19, 2009.
Personal .Representative
Samuel A. Mutch '
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Gainesville, FL 32605
Attorney for Personal
Representative
SAMUELA. MUTCH, P.A.
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By:, Samuel A'. Mutch
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.,NOTICE TO CREDITORS .
CASE NO.: 38-2008-0 -00072
.The administration of ;the) es-
tate of ROY D. CLARK, de-
ceased, whose, date: of.death
was February 1~, 2008, is pend- .
ing in the Circuit Coujrt for.LEVY
.County, .Florida, Probate~ Divi-
sib~n; thie addre~ssof which is ;


Clerk of Court, Levy County,
P.O. Box 610,. Bronson, Florida
32621-0610. The names and
addresses of the personal rep-
resentative and the personal
representative's representative
are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims
or demands against decedent's
estate on whom a copy of this
notice is required to be served
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF-
TER THE DATE ~OF. SERVICE
OF A COPYj OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
All other creditors of the de-
cedent and other persons hav-
ing claims or demands against
decedent's estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN
3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST' PUBLICATION
OF; THIS NOTICE..
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
,SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702' OF THE .FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE ~WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME` PERIOD SET: FORTH
ABOVE, ANY .CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AF-
TER THE DECEDElyT S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication pf
this notice is March 19, 2009.
Personal Representative:
Gary W. Clark Is/
1 18928 Monroe Ave.
Orlando,~ Florida 32830
Persqnal .Representative's
Representative
Gary W. Clark
18928 Monroe'Avenue ,
Orlando,` Florida 32830
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Kindergartners find out what it's like to be police officer, farmer


~ND FINAllX


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The County Paper, Est. 1923


levyloumalonline.com


March 19, 2009


Story and photos by Terry Witt
Staff Writer


Is it scary to be a policeman?
What do you do besides pull people over?
How do you put on handcuffs?
How do you arrest people?
Do you: ever get scared of bad people?
Those were some of the questions kindergartners fr~om
Regina Newton's class asked of Chiefland police on a visit to
the police station last week.
Chiefland officer D.J. Macy responded to most of the
questions. The questions had been written in advance by the
students.
The visit was part of a walking field ~trip. The kindergartners
walked across the street fr~om Chiefland Elementary School
to talk to farmer Murray Tillis and ask him questions about
his field, of watermelons. Tillis explained how he prepares and
plants the field.
SThey toured Luther Callaway Library next. The police
station was the last stop on their tottr: of helpers in the
communiity.
Oilicers demonstrated how police dogs can catch a suspect
and bring,him under control. The kindergartners also were
given a tottr of the police station, its dispatch center and rooms
for invrestigators. Officer Ryan Hinote gave the tour.
All1 the kindergartners were on their best behavior.
That's because Calvin Newton, the Good Behavior Bear,
accompanied them. Calvin is a stuired bear. When Calvin
comes along everyone is on their best behavior.'I'he little bear
was held by different students.
At the end o~f the visit with city police,- each of the'
kindergartners was given a special police badge sticker that
attached to their shirts. The badges ~were a big hit.


(Top) Chiefland police
officer D.J. Macy (left)
and sheriff's deputy
Pete Barnes answered
questions for
Kindergartners in Regina
Newnton's class from
Chiefland Elementary
School. Seated in the first
row from the left, Caleb
Coulter, Braden Smith,
Olivia Miller, Kate Weeks,
Kamryn Koschatzky and
the Good Behavior Bear
Calvin Newton, Dasiah
Smith and Kaleb Byrd.
Back row from the left,
Miriah Peter, Kadon Fitch,
Wlyatt Acker, Terroni
Edwards, Ferron Edwards,
Madison Cannon, Cliffon


and Regina Newton.
(left) Police omfcer
Ryan Hinote and
Candace Cline
explain how the
communications
room operates.


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'The Levyi County Journal The County Paper, Est. 1923 evounlniecom ac 1,20


Deja Vu: 4-Irun inising pr opels Williston over Chiefland


Game closely resembles

matchup in Februry

i Story and photos by Rick Burnham
Editor .

The next time the Chtiefland Lady Indians
plain 'Williston, they ~might want to skip the sixth
inning. Or at least have a five-run lead before the
sixth mmnng comes. -
'Williston scored four times in the bottom of the
sixth: to knock off Chiefland 8-6 Fridiay, gaining
at least a share. of the district lead in ~the process.
The Lady Re~d Devils scored four times in the top
Sof the sixth Feb. 17 to shock the Lady Indians 6-4 -
in Chiefland. .
Fleet-~footed shortstop Chrissy Rawls drove
in the gq-ahead r'un for Williston in' the .sixth,
lining a triple down the left field. line to score
Tory Stamper, who had siixgled to start the inning.
Laurrin Howard coaxed a walk out of Chiefland
Pitcher ~Amber Richardson twlo outs later, and
Laporcha Robinson realched on an infield hit to
score Rawls. Both iHoward and Robinson then
c ame homne on an errant throw into the outfield.
The errors was one of five pn,the night by
Chief land, far tbo inany to beat a team the caliber
of Williston, saiid Lady Indians coach Wayine
Weatherford.
"We made some errors that wie should not
Shavee" he said. "I felt like we~ were the better team.
'but we only played six innings. We have to play
seven against a team like Williston.'-


.Story and photo by Rick B'urn'ham
Editor ,

The Chiefland Indians had their bats working FridaY
against Dixtie County~. Indians pitcher Jacob Reidy~ made
sure the Bears could not say the same
Rpeidy allowed- three- hiti .over: six inningsg, limiting
the visitors to a single run in the fourth inning, en route
to his second win of the season.
The Indians got all the runs they needed in the bottom
of:the first, scor~ing twice on three hits. Dane Cothron
led off the inning~with a. bloop. single to: left field and
advanced to thirdo'n a hit by Adam Burton. Both rtmners
would score when Reidy bouriced. a base hit iinto left


HRaircut, bats:


pad -Willistori

Story and photos by Ricki Burnham~
Editor

Willision got two key road district
wins this week,
beating, PK Yonge
`8-3 on lFriday
and laughing at
Dixie C~ountyi 18-3
Tuesday.
Initially it, was
Charlie Hilton's
new haircut a
Mohawk '- that
produced the
biggest laughs.
Butoncethesenior Hilton
first baseman started
hitting, those laughs died down.
Hilton went 2 for 3 with a home
run and a double against PK Yonge,
and came back with another two hits
against Dixie County, driving in two
more.
Senior Derek Milam got the win
against PK Yonge, scattering nine hits
over 7 innings as his team, improved
to 7-2, 5-0 in district 5-3A. Tuesday it
was Damon Ming's turn, and the senior
responded with three solid innings.
Ming's teammates provided plenty
of cushion against Djixie, scoring 7
See Red Devils, Page 2B


Chieflarid's Jlacob Reidy fosses a pitch.


13rns~-on coaces

.Stoj nd photo by TerjryWitt


,, 'etonotoo a' a-

;irst ~n hits bKait yn.
Hunn,. and .an infield
miscue by Chiefiand'.
But the, Lady Indlians
came right back itv~ith:
three of their own inthes~
Stop ofthe second. Ahn~ee
Biehl's two-out double:
bvas the big ~hit of the'
inning, scoring Janessa ~ awl
Barrios, Beckta Wilkcerson and Lyndsey Stalviey.
W'illiston drew even with tw~oruns in the
bottom of the second. Taylor Acree reached base
on an. error, and Bannon walked one .out later:
Acree came around to score on a hit to right field
by' Hunn. and Bannon scored on a vicious line:
drive to third by Howvard.
'-;Chiefland regained the lead in the top of the
third. Tay~lore Fuller doubled down the right field
Line to start the inning, one of four hits on the
evening for the freshman catcher. Shelbie Hast ings
then gave her team a 4-3 lead with a bloop single
down the right field line.
But Williston proved equal to the task\, getting
:an RBI single from Hunn in the bottom of the~
fourth to tie the game again. Hunn's hit scored~
Rawls,~who hiad walk~ed and stole second base,
The score remained 4-41 until the pil otal sixth,
whben the game unraveled for the visiting Lady
Indians. Chiefland respondesd w;ith two runs of its Tori Stamper fires a pitch during her' team''s game against
Chiefland.
'See Williston,' Page 2B




I Chie~fland verpowers Dixie; CorcnlT5 11-1


field.
. Chiefland got another run in the bottom ofthe second,
on an opposite-field home run by Mlarquis Green, and
five more in the bottom of the third to~ put the game out
of reach. Dixies County pitchetrs Dilane Lord and 13rett
Sullivan walked five batters in the inning.' three of which
came around to score on a double down the left-~field line
by Cothron.
The Ind ians would also get doubles from Parrish Parnell
and Johnny Williams. and a triple by Burton in the game.
Reidy;, meanwhile, was masterfull :on the mound,
striking oult six ov;er the first three irnnings.
The Indians have two: key i-oad district gamess this wveek.
traveling to Fort W~hite Th~ursdlay and PK YoInge Tuesday;.


say


Bronson High School's varsityr softTbial
team was beateil 28-0. Friday knight ,by ~
a more exuperienced Bell team and its
powerful pitcher Holli Moore.
Moore, a senior~ who~ has earned a
scholarship to South Georgia College in
Douglaisville, 'Ga.,~ struck out 14 batters
in five innings and left fro doubt w~ho wvas
queen of the mourid.
She~ also' hit a: home run over the center--
field fesnce.
Mooi'e said sh~e had mixed feelings
about the blowout. On the one hand she is
a competitor and did the best she could for
her team.. That meant throwing a fist ball
Across the plate that was a blurr to Bronson
hitters. She said sihe really hasn't had her
fast ball' clocked on radar for a yeair or two,
Sbut the la~st time the pitch was clocked she
ivas throwing at 61 ih.: '
She was protid of the- victory. On the
Other hand, Mhoore s'aid she prefers close
. games, with scoi~es of 1-1.
"I'd rather have close games. than
blowouts. The whole team performs better,"
Mo~ore said.
Coach David Halter substituted liberally
when h'e saw the game was out of reach.
He kept his bench playei-s in the game,
knowing Moore would keep, runners off the
bases.
"She's good. She had a good game. She's
a dominating difference,"' Halter said. "She


Bronson's Angela Freeman loses' her: grip on the ball and can't make the tag on
Bell's Shelbie Kircher at second base.


set the tone. ~With her on~ the mound, you
don't need to get a whole lot of runs."
Bronison Coach Kelly Watkins said her
team is mostly freshman and sophomores,
but they made plenty of fielding errors that
need to be corrected. She said the team will
get better. The team has had a different
coach every year for the past five years.
W~atkins said the program is being rebuilt.
"They will kick tail in about a year,"
interjected `Assistant Coach Jimmy
Durden.


Watkins said the program needs to
develop pitchers in middle school and high
school. Fastpitch softball is a sport that
centers on pitching. A good pitcher can
dominatte from the mound.
Developing- a competitive team. will
come with experience," Watekins said.
"Bell is a very good teaml. Oak Hall is
a very good team. Bell is the most well
rounded team we've played this year,"
Watkins saiid.
See Bronson, Page 2B


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SPORTS
TB'Ihe Levy County Journal The County Paper, Est. 1923





'LJ. Chambers won.his first stock car race Saturday night at Bronson
Sppeedway a~nd~ Motor Spolis I ark, ~and it was the big one.
Chambers took the lead in the Sportsmans 25-lap race an~d never ha-d
to look back; until the final fell laps w~hen former track champion Gete
Onr ens. mounted a chaillenge. ,,
.'I started out on the poll and never gave it up," said Chambers, who
has been racing since 2005. "If it haid, beien, a 30-lap race~ Gene Owens
would' get ize. I~e had~ a faster' car."
Williams Edwards in the number 8 car dame in third, and Matt Blumn,
a develoljmental racervivlio won last week's Sportsman's was spun out
on the' 9".lap and ever recoqveied.
Bronson nativei Scott ~Wilkerson, the 2007 track champion, started the
race beside the poll. He finished in fifth place, and was disappointed.
"T've got td get my rear e~nd to stick to the track," Wilkcerson said.


;Red Devils, from Page 1BI.


-Bronson, from- Page 1B

:Brittany Shipp, Bronsoh's best
pitcher, had an off night. She- still
suffers fr~om- the -effects of a torn
rotattor cup in her throwing shoixlder
suffered with the travel leam. last
yeair. April Benka, a promising
pitcher, replaced her and appeared
to enjoy her time in the spotlight'
smiling as she threw. fast balls to
ShIipp behind the plate.
ManyL high school softball
programs.search for good fastpitch
teachers to work with ~their pitchers.
Durden says he knows of a good
one~in Bronson who would probably
measure up to any in college ball.
He is hopeful she will agree to help


Wilistfon, from Pagai B
own 'in the top. of 'the seventh on a double by Brittany -.M
Davis- and a triple by Fuller but came .up two runs short,
just as they had done' on Feb. 17.
Wr(illiston headl coach Robert Patterson- said his team "
knew Chiefland would present a significant challenge.
"We knew we would have to be at ourbest," he said. "Wie .~
knew Chiefhmnd would come in high after their win over .-c
PK Yonge. We knew we had to play hardly, play well, and hit-
the ball well in order to gain the lead in the district." ~lL


From the dugout with Grittany cL~avis
This vicek we only had one game Williston. We started
out the week with two short practices drie to FCAT, but
we were preparing ourselves for what we wanted to be a
payback game.' Monday we worked on offense by hitting
off the tee; this also helped work on defense. Tuesday \ve
worked solidly on defense. Wednesday and Thursday we
really buckled down and practiced hard on both offense and
defense. We knew that we coixldn't make many mistakes
against the Red Devil's.
Friday i~ve traveled to Williston ready to play. We had a
feiy costly errors and they capitalized on them. On offense,
when one team would score, the other would answer back.
But that wasn't enough. Willistion won 8-6.


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March 19, 2009


Brooksville's T.J. Chambers (57) runs side by side with Scott Wilkerson, a Bronson racer who was having trouble controlling the rear end of his car. Chambers
wordn thle SportSman feature. It was the first Wrin of his care~er.


Chambersws first~ race, the 25-lap Sportsmans


March 14 Bronson Speedway race
y~r -results
Sportsman
1. 57 TJ Chambers
2. lx Gene Owens
3. 08 William Edwards
4. 1 Matt Blum .
5. 12 Scott Wilkerson
6. 76 Jim Higginbotham
7. 21 Jason.Davis
Pure Stock
1. 58 Larry Welter Jr
2. 42 Steve Hise.
3. 8 Aaron Welter
4. 34 Darrell Demonbreun
5. 23 Don Welter
6. 58x Danny Kimball
7. 85 Larry welter Sr
e 50-lap four cylinder Bomber feature. 8. 57 Jon Brown
He. said the mechanical problem cost him time and control. Ja otlr
"It's aggravating more than anythingg" he said. 4 eyBot n s nO Lap
Chambers is the second person in his family to take to the race track. 2. 26i Nathian Florian
His father, Tom 'Chambers, raced at Sunshine Speedway. 3:. 71 Sonyaleater
The younger Chambers saidl his goal is to race professionally, but .4.- 01 Jeff Eber'ly
"this i~s for fun now." 5 '199 Bobby Carter
-The second big featured. iace of the slight, flie 50-lap fo clce 6SC isPE er y
Bomkggr fgturte, wa's woni by Justin Durgigof.O Ocala. 4A tysnar
Dursin, who: has been racing eight years, said he kn~ows the tra61(: 9. 69 Shaun Carter
well and ~:is familiar with the- groove. He said that was :the reason h~te. 1~. 76 Miike Curry
won. Nathian Florian was second~ and Sonyra Heater thlird;. Hornets
Larry Welter, Jr., a regular at the Brohson speedway, won the Pure 1. 7 Robert Edwairds
Stock Feature, with Steve Hise second and Aaron Welter third. 2. 09 W.O. Quinn
Mike Stalnaker won the Street Stock feature with Tim Quick second, 3. 69 Tommy Ausburn
Bren Cooper third and Frank Stromquest fourth. 2 utnH
In the Hornets feature, Robert Edwards was first, W.O. Quinn second 6: 51 Wade Parker
and Tommy Ausburn third.


Justin Pursin or Ucala nolas tne eneC~erea


Story and photos b~y Terry Witt
Staff Writer -


i


times in the second inning oh
justf.our hits. The Bears defense
contributed four errors in 'the
inning. Milam drove in two with
a ground rule double that bounced
over the center-field wall. Hilton
drove in a i-un as well, as did
senior catcher Chris Morrowv.
Leading~ 7-2 after three innings,
Williston' jut the game away jrwith
six more in the top of the; fourth,
Senior Cody McL~eod lId off with
a line single to right ~Center field,
Sand' advanced to .second when
Mil'im walked.: Bothi runners
moved' up 'a baSe on a wild- pitch,
and both scortdd on' abase~hit by
'Max White.


T~Iyrie Boyer kept .the rally
going wiith, a single, as did
Andrew Poupard and. Hilton. In
between, Ming' lined a triple to
the fence in center field, scoring
tw o runs. ii--...' . .
Williston scored five more
times in the fifth inning to ensure
the game would~ be called early.
Hits by Milam and Sullivan paced
the Reid Devils in the inning, but
IDixie County helped out as well,
contributing three infield errors.
Williston repeats the schedule
next week, playing PK~ Yonge on
Saturday and Dixie County on
STuesday. Both-gamnes are at the
Devils Den in Williston.


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The Chief land infield talks it over early in Friday's matchup against Williston. (Rick Burnham)


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OUDOORS


Big cat
Teddy Flecker of Chief land shows off the 20-
pound catfish he caught.Mllarch 12 on a trout line
in the Suwannee River.


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The Levy County Journal


The County Paper, Est. 1923


levyiournalonline.com


March 19, 2009


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Slaughter Cows Breaker 75-80%
Wt Range AvgWt Price Range
1200-1575 1456 42.00-48.00
1625-21i10 1762 42.50-49.50

Slaughter Cows Boner 80-85%
Wt Range AvrgWt Price Range
875-1135 1042 42.00-47.00

Slaughter Bulls Y.G. 1
Wt;Range AvgWt Price Range
1665-1965 1765 .60.00-62.00


Avg Price
45.82
45.3


Avg Price
43.83


Avg Price
60.74


Slaughter Cowls Breaker 75-80%
Wt Range Avg Wt Price Range
1260-15 I5. I352 ' 43.00-44.00

Slaughter Cowvs Boner 80-85%


A4vg Price
43.69


Avg Price
45.82
46.43


Avg Price
36.55 LD
42.73
36.68 LD.
41


Avg Price
54.55.
48.78 LD
57.07
61.5) FID
53.00 LD~


Avg Price
107.37
104.77
102.41
93.97
90.98s


Avg Price
106.99
1041.35
#8.6
95.69
88.8
84.69
87.56
65.51


Avg Price
80.02
83.95
81.38


Wt Range
895-1180
12115-1530


Avg Wt
1059
1345


Price Range
45.00-48.00
45.00-4.9.00

85-90%
Price Range
35.00-38.00
40).00-45.00
34.00-39.00
40.00-42.00


Slaughter Cows Lean
Wt Range Avg Wt
~735-7851 760 -
815;1195 977
'835-1070 933 *
1275-1285 ,I1280


Feeder Steers and Bulls Medium'and Large 1-2
Wt~i Range'' AvgWt Price Range Avg Price
260-285. 272 ~.115.00-118.00 116.48
355-395 375 95..00-105.00.` `10r0.69
4~55-495 469 87,00-95.00 9:1.33
505-540: 521. 85.00-91.00 88.11
555-565, '562 82.00-86.00 84.33


Feeder Steers and Bulls Mediumi and Large 2-3
Wt~ Rahge Avg~t~i Pri~ce Range. i Avg Pricl


e


Slaugliter Bidis Y.G. I ,
SW1 :Range Akvg Wt .Price
1~090-13 30 121'0 54.0(
10.70 ~1425 1273~ 45.0(
1.720-1 870 1784 54.5(
2~230 2230 61.5
.154Q5 1545 53


:Range
0-55.00
0-50.00
0-60.00


255-285
3.15-340
360-380
415-440
460-495
520-530
550-595'


265
330
373
432
478
525
568


98.00- 13.00
92.00-97.00
90.00-95.00
85.00-92.00 `
80.00-86.00 ::~
80o.00-84,00
70:;00-77.00


104.73
'94.1

87.61-
82.96 .
81.5


Feeder Steers Medium and Large 1-2
Wt Range Avg Wt Price Range
305-345' 323 106.00-108.00
365-395 383 100.00-110.00
405-445 428 98.00-106.00
465-480 472 92.00-96.00
505-525 515 90.00-92.00

.Feeder Steers MVedium and Large 2-3
SWt Range Avg Wt Price Range
240-245 .242 105.00-108.00
-265-290. '. '281 98.00-108.00 '
' 310-335' - 322 96.00-101.00-
S355-395 369 90.00-98.00
4,00-440 419 86.00-96.00
465-495 '475 82.00-86.00
500-545 522 86.00-89.00
6160-68~5 670 62.00-68.00


Feeder Heifers Medium and Large 1-2
Wt Range i;AvgWt Pri~e Range~ .Avg Pri
3 1 5-345 331 87.00-93.00 90.39'
360-395 -378 85'.00-9 1'.00 88.01
'410-430 423 ~ 84.0089.00` 86.37
51.5-545: 529 '74.00-8'1.00 765.86
555-560 ; 58 7.00-j77:.00 15:.51

Feeder Heifers Medium and Lar~ge 2-3


ce


.


~Prie :Range
85.00-87.00 o
80.00-85.00 .
77.00-84.00 .
74.00-81.00 :
75.00-78.00
68.00-73.00
65.07.00-7.00


SWt Range
~ 205-24'5 .
2~60-295
.320-33.0 :
365-390
::415-440'
S515-545
550-595


Avg~Wt
23:5
271
324
380
425*
528 -
5656 '


Avg Price
86.56
84.01
80.58 *
73.92 .
76.64
71.27
67.46



60


Feeder Steers SmaHl 1-2
Wt Range Avg Wt Price Range
.220-225 222 78.00-82.00
365-385 372 80.00-88,00
410-445 427 78.00-84.00


Bred Chws Medium a~d Larirge 1-2
W~t Range: AvgWt Price Rang~e
875-1125 994 50.60-68.00


Heightl
Feet ,

0.4
2
1.8
3

2.2
1.8
2.9
0.3
2.5
S1.5
.3.1
S0.2
2.7
1.1
3.2
0.1

0.7
3.4
0.1
3.2
S0.3
3.5

S3.4



1.8
S1.7
2.6
0.4
1.9
1.7
.2.6
0.3
2.2
1.4
2.7
0.2


Suinrisel
Sunset

7:37 a.m.
7:43 p.m.


7:36 a.mi.
7:4;4 p.m.


Date


High/' Tide .
Low :Times


Date. Highly : Tide .
L~ow Tirnes


Heightl
Feet .

2.4
1
2.8
0.1

0.7
3
0.1
2.8
0.3
3.1
0.1
3
O

S0.4
1.8
1.7
2.7
0.4
2
1.7
2.6
0.3
2.3
1..4
2.8
0.2
2.5
1
2.9
0.1
2.7
0.7
3.1
0.1
2.9
0.3
3.2
0.1
3.1
O


Mbon
Time


.% Moon
T Viisible


Sunrisel
Subset

7:45 p.m.

7:32 a.m.
7:46 p.m.


7:31 a.m.
7.46 p.m.


Moon
Tiri~e


o/ Moon
Visible


Cedar Key
Thurs 19 Low 2:52a.m.
19 High 10:16a.m.
19 Low ,~1:51 p.m.
19 .High~ 8:07 p.m.
Fri 20 :Low 4:28 a.m.
20 High. fl:45a.m;.
20 Low. 3.49 p;m.
20 High 9:46 p~m. :
Sat 21 L.Ioyv 5:40 a~m.
21 L ~High 12:27p.m.
21 Low 5:21 p.m. '
21Iigh 11:09p.m.
Sun 22 .Low 6:28.a.m.
22z : High 12:57p.m.
22 Low 6:23 p.m.
M~on 23- High 12:12a.m.
23 Low' :7:04 a.m.
23 High: 1:22 p.m.
23 Low 7:09 p.m.
Tue 24 High 1:03 a.m.
24 Low. 7:36 a.m.
24 High 1:45 p.m.
24 Low 7:49 p~m.
.Wed 25 -High 1:47 a.n.
25 Low 8:07 a.m.
25 High 2:08 p~m.
25 Low 8':26 p~m.
Suwannee River Entrance
Thurs .19: Low 3:10 a.m.
19 High .10:22a.m.
19 Low 2:09 p.m.
19 High ~8:13 p.m.
Fri -20 Low 4:46 a.m;
29 High 11:5~1a.m.
9 ~20 Low 4:07 p.m.
20. High 9:52 p~m.
Sat 21 Low 5:58 a.m.
21 High 12:33p.m.
21 Low 5:39 p,m. .
21 High 11:15p.m.
Sun 2i2 Low 6:46 a.m.


22
22
Mon 23
23
23
'23
Tue 24
24
24
24
Wed 25
25
25
25 .


High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low


1:03 p.m.
6:41 p.m.
12:18a.m.
7:22 a.m.
1:28 p.m.
7:27 p.m..
1:09 a.in. '
7:54 a.m.
1:51 p.m.
8:07 ~p~m.
.1:53 a.m.
8:25 a.m.
2:14 p.m.
8:44 p.m.


Set 4:13 p.m. \

Rise5:40a.m.
Set 5:09 p.m.


Rise6:10a.m.
Set 6:07 p.m.


Rise3:~09a.m.
SSet 1:24 p~m.


Rise3:53a.m.
Set 2:20 p~nt.


39



30 *



21


14



8



3




48



39



30



21


7:34 a.m. 'Rise4:32 a.m.
7:44 p.m. Set 3I16 p.m.


7:30 a.m. Rise6:40a.m.
7:47 p.mi. Set7:05 p.m.


Rise5:0 a.m.
Set 4:-12 p.m.

~Rise5:39 a.m.
Set 5:09 p.m.


Ris 6:10 a.m.
Set 6:06 p.m.


Rise6:40a.m.
Set 7:04 p.m.



Rise3:10a.m.
Set 1:24 p.m.


Rise3:54a.m.
Set: 2:20 p.m.


7:33 a.m.
7:45 p.m.

'7:32 a.m.
7:45 P#:m. -


7:31 a~m.
7:46 p.m.


7:30' a.m.
7:46 p.m.



7:37 a.m.
7:43 p.m.


7:36 a.m.
7:44 p.m.


Withlacoochee River Entrance


~Thurs 19
'19
19
19
Fri 20
20
20
20
Sat 21
21
21
21
Sun 22
22
22
Mon 23
23
23
23
Tue 24
24
24
24
Wed 25
25
25
25


Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
~High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low


3:47 a.n.
10:23a.m.
2:46 p.m.
8:14 p.m.
5:23 a.m.
11:52a.m.
4:44 p~m.
9:53 p.m.
6:35 a.m.
12:34p.m.
6:16 p.m.
11:16p.m.
7:23 a.m.
1:04 p.m.
7:18 p.m.
12:19a.m.
7:59 a.m.
1:29 p.m.
8:04 p.m.
1:10 a.m.
8:31 a.m.
1:52 p.m.
8:44. p.m.
.1:54 a.m.
9:02 a.m.
2: 15 p.m.
9:21 p.m.


7:36 a.m.
7:42 p.m.


7:35 a.m.
7:42 p.m.


7:33 a.m.
7:43 p.m.


7:32 a.m.
7:44 p.m.

7:31 a.m.
.7:44 p.m.


7:30 a.m.
7:45 p.m.


7:29 a.m.
7:45 p.m.


Ris 3:08a.m.
Set 1:23 p.m.


Rise3:51a.m.
Set 2:19 p.m.


Rise4:30a.m.
Set 3:15 p.m.


Rise5:06a.m.
Set 4:12 p.m.

Rise5:38a.m.
Set 5:08 p.m.


Rise6:09a.in.
Set 6:05 p.m.


Rise6:39a.m.
Set 7:03 p.m.


7:35 a.m. Rise4:3 a.m.
7:45 p.m. Set 3:16 p.m.


7:34 a.m.


Rise5:08a.m.


Ellisville Livestock Report
Weighted Average Report for 03/11/2009

Receipts: 513 Last Week: 351 Year Ago: 479
Slaughter cows and bulls steady. Feeder steers and
heifers steady. ~Feeder and replacement cows weak.20%/
slaughter cows, 1% slaughter bulls, 36% feeder
steers, 39% feeder Iteifers, and 3% feeder and
replacement cows.


Ocala Livestock Report
.W'eighted Aveirage Report for 03'ld. 2009

Receipts: 323 Last week: 555 Year Ago: 467
Compared to last week: Slaughter cows and bulls were
steady to 1.00 higher, feeder steers and heifers were
mostly steady. Supply was light, demand was weak.
Feeder steers and heifers over 6001bs 67%, (28%
steers, 29% heifers), over 6001bs 2%(2%//steers, %
heifers),slaughter cows and bulls 33%, replacement
cows 8%.











CIFE


School






Thursdayr, March 19
BBQ chickren/corndog
\ Mashed potatoes w/

Winter mPx/celery
stick w/ dip
Spiced appjles/orange
Homemade wheat
rolls ~
Assorted milk 1%-2% -

Friday, March 20
Pizzata w/ dip
.ish san dwicht
Salad/green beans
Baked beans
Pineapple cake


Monday, March 23
Hbit dog
BBQ chicken. chips.
'Baked b as/c leslavy
'Tater tots
Chiled peaches/a~pple
Assorted mi~lk 1%-2%

Tuesday, Ma rch 24
1Taco wr~/ cheese or
chicken sanidwvich
L~ettuc~e/tomat /corn -
F hfrrenc fies ;
Cinn~amqon aollorange
Assorted milk' 1%-2% :

:Wednesday, March 25
Mac & cheese w/r ham
or popcorn chicken
Mixed veggies/salad
Carrot stick w/ dip ~
Chilled pear shices/
fruit .
Homemade rolls
:Assorted milk 1 %-2%

~Thursday, March 26
Oven roasted chicken
or sloppy Joe on bun
Mashed potatoes w/
gravy
: Steamed cabbage/
salad
Chilled mixed fruit/
apple
Hot: cornbread i
Assorted milk 1%-2%





I I -


l li March 19 2009


.,ir tevy oun y. ou ,
.


Community Events


c t ; rnal


4B


,ICII I L V


el vyjournaon n m


The County Pape 3


the FDOT District Office, 1109 S. Mairion Ave~s(U.S, 441) in Lake City.
The FDOT will provide an overview of the state highway system
projects advertised for possible funding from the American Recovery and
Reinvestment Act of 2009, as well as projects that have been requested by
the counties of Alachua, Bradford, Columbia, Dixe, Gilchrist, Hamilton,
Lafayette, Levy, Madison, Suwannee, Taylor and Union.
The purpose of the meeting is to match the potential prime contractors
with the available firms, or subcontractors, that can provide services
and ~are certified as a disadvantaged business enterprise (DBE), minority
business enterprise (19BE) or small business enterprise.
.By providing opportunities for these firms, the FDOT hopes to ensure
equal opportunity in its contracts to create diversity of those receiving
state aind federal funding via transportation projects.
A 'inatch making' session will be held during the meeting to provide~
prune contracting firms an opportunity to meetwithpotential disadvantaged,
minority and small business enterprise firms to help fulfill their contracting
services to the FDOT.
For more information on the meeting, the public can contact the FDOT
toll-free at 800-749-2967.

Williston Blood Drtive, March 20-23
SIf someone you knew saved the lives of three people, would you call
them a hero? Well, LifeSouth and the~ Williston community are teaming
up to encourage people to be a hero-by -donating blood. The chance to
save lives will come soon,-when they; team up to host a thr~ee-day blood
drive on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, March 20, March 21 and March
22. The blo~odmobile will be at City Hall on Friday an~d Saturday between
the hours of 9:30 a.n. and 5:30 p.m. Look for the bloodmobile in the
Hitchcock's parking lot' on Sunday, Miiarch 23, between; the hours of 1:30
p.m. Ar~id 3:30 p.m.
All~wlio donate will receive a recognition item and a complimentary
-cholesterol screening. Donors must be at least-16 years old, iveigh 110
pounds or more, and have photo I.D. 16-year-olds require written parental
consent. For more information about becoming a donor or about blood drives
in your area, call toll-free (392) 334-1000 or visit www.1ifesouth.org.


Fun Fest & Aviation Fly M~arket seeks. vendors and cars ..
The Williston Area Chamber of Commerce is seeking non-food vendors
and cars to participate in the car, truck and motorcycle show for the 4'
Annual Fun Fest & Aviation Fly Market which will be held at Williston
Airport on Saturday, March 28, (rain date Sunday, March 29) from 9 a.m.
till 4 p.m.
All clubs, organizations, businesses or arts and craft veridors who would
like to participate are advised to coritact the Chamber at: wrcoc@w~illistonfl.
com or. call 528-5552. Those interested in entering their, car, truck or
motorcycle\ should also contact the chamber.

SHINE volunteers needed in Levy County
SHINE is a program of the Florida Department of Elder Affairs that
provides free, unbiased counseling to Medicare recipients. Volunteers are
currently needed to help seniors and those soon to'turn age 65 in your
hometown comzmunity: answer Medicare questions and resolve problems,
ma8ke informed choices about their health plans, save money ~on their
prescription medications, inform theri of Medicaid programs for-which
they may be eligible
Cdmnprehensivre training provided at no cost in June. Mileage expenses
reimbursed and lunch.provided. Basic comp~utei' skills needed; bilingual
persons are encouraged to apply. .
Call the elder helpline today` at 1-800-262-2243 and tell them you'd
like to learn more about volunteering with SHINE. ,

'LC Exceptional. Student Parent Advisory Committee meeting, March 19
The Levy County Exceptional Student Parent Advisory Committee's
quarterly meeting will be Thursday, Mairch 19, in the parent classroom
at the old Bronson High School from 6 'to 8 p.m. At this, meeting, the
guest speaker will be John Polefko fdron the Center ofAutism and Related
Disorders of the Univ~ersity of Florida. Mr. Polefko will give parents an
overviewodfthe~iutism Spectru~mDisorder.T~his will be avery informative
meeting and all ESE parents are encouraged to attend. Parents + ~Edu'cators
=An -Exceptional Team. .
For more 'inf ormationi, contact Josie Crooms, ESE Parent Liaison at
(3 5 ) 52 8-43 59 or e-mail at Josiecroomns~aol ;com


Camp Caruth "Picnic in the Pines" Open: House, Mar. 21
City of C~hiefland Recreational Commiittee meeting, 1Warch 19 From campus tours to a delicious BBQ lunch, the Caruth Camp "Picnic
The City of Chiefland Recreational Advrisory Committee will hold its in the Pines" Open House on Saturdayi March 21, 14770 -SE U.S. Highway
regular monthly meeting on March 19, at 12 p.m. in Chiefland City Hall, 19 in Inglis will provide an enjoyable: day for friends ofthe Florida Sheriffs'
214 E. Park Ave. Youth Ranches.
la accordance with the AQmericans with Disabilities Act, individuals The festivities will begin at 11 a.m. Tours of the beautiful and serene
with Disabilities needing a reasonable accommodation to participate in. camp will be given by staff of the Florida Slheriffs' Youth Ranches. Guests
this proceeding should contact the office ofthe City Manager at City Hall, will be able to learn more about our Summer Camping Programs..
214 E. Parkc Ave., Chieflandl, FL 32626; (352)~ 493-6711. A complimentaryr BBQ lunch will be served at 11.30 a.fn. Boys from
the Florida Sheriffs' Boys Ranch in Live Oak will be oft hand to share

Suivjannee Valley Playei-s aggyge~s the Fpp,3j3ig;;iiggp,fp(Jptgjhg,yog,, ontpygi2:30pjZ:nt. J'
a musical written by James Lapine with music and lyrics by Stephen If you plan to attend this event, lease RSVrP to Barbara at (352) 447-
SGondheim.. The well-kn~own story begins with many of otir familiar fairy 2259.
faile characters including Cinderella, the Bakter & his wife, Jack (and the~ The mission of the Florida Sheriffs' Youth Ranches is to prevent
beanstalk), and Little Red Riding Hood making vriishes that are granted... delinquency and develop strong, lawful, resilient, and.productive citizens
and the results of these wishes. Join' your favorite characters to find out who will make a positive contribution to our communities for years to
vthat- happens. PerformanIces will be held on March 19-22 & 26i-29, come. This year the Youth Ranches will serve over.5,000 needy boys and
Thursday~s Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays tat 2:30. p.m: at the Chief girls.
Theater, 28 E. Park Av~e. in Chieflan'd. For more information, contact us at


(352) 493-2787 or wwrw.svplayers.org.
Fcilipino Choir at the Wilito Public Library, Mpreh 19
Friends of the Williston Public Library has learned details of the Eil~ipino
Choir that will perform in the library, Thursday, March 19, at 7 p.m. The
group is named "HIMIG KAIBIGAN"~ /translated "Friend in 1 biody."
The citair is ;made up largely of Fil~ipiio immigrants, mostly. nur~ses.
Several decades ago this country faced a shortage of nurses and many
Filipino women came to ivork: in hospitals and medical centers. Some: had
to receive.further training and banded together to form communities in
,nursing-educatidn~ institutions. Many came with husbands and remained in
this country to work. These immigrants have ~formed a choir that has been,
well received wherever they have sung..The music is joyous and rhythmic
and the voices are' full of expression.
-This is the last of the Thursday night offerings this 2008-2009 season.
It will be a treat to the ear and the eyes. -

Amek-ican ]Legion Post 91 meeting, March 19
American .Legion Post 91 in Trenton will havre its regular dinner/
membership meeting on March 19. Dinner starts at 5:30 p.m. and the
membership meeting at 7 p.m. Dinner will be corn~beef an'd cabbage and~
red potatoes. Members are asked to bring a veggie or dessert to share with
others. Please come and visit with the other members, various subjects of
importance will be discussed during the meeting: Support your post carry
out the American Legion Goals.

Trenton Medical Center $5 pap smear clinic, March 19
Trenton Medical Center will be ~having a $5 pap smeat clinic from 1
p.m. to 4 p~m.' on March 19. No appointment is necessary. This service
will be: provided to all women for a charge of only $5, which covers the
office visit and the laboratory; billing. For more information, call the office
at (352) 463-2374.

Withlacoochee Regional Planning Council meetings, March 19
The Withlacoochee Regional Plannin~g Council will be hosting the
Executive Committee meeting at 6:20 p.m. and the Board of Directors
meeting immediately following at 7 p.m. on March 19 at 1241 SW 10*
Street in Ocala. The Chair, Ronald Allen will call to order. .
The Regular Business roster will include dues; LEPC training courses;
services for Levy and Sumter counties; discussion of Senate Bill 360; and
the Executive Director contract. There will be citizen's input directly after
and then the Chair's and Director's Report.
The next. scheduled meeting will be Thursday, April 6, 2009 at the
WR~PC office in Ocala.

Department of Transportation stimulus project meeting, March 19
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), in anticipation of the
federal economic stimulus funding for transportation proj ects in the Northeast
Florida area,. will host a meeting to discuss, using disadvantaged, minority
and small business enterprise firms in the completion of the projects.
The meeting is scheduled for this Thursday, March 19, at 4:30 p.m. at


Local smokier at Williston Farmiers and Flea Market, INiarch 21
This Saturday, thelvarket welcomes a great local smoker, George Cockill
of"Do Right Cooking.." George will have his cooker ~on hand starting first
thing~ Satpurday morning and will be finishing some' great Boston Butts and
maybe~ a few racks of his famous ribs.' Plates and sandwiches will be on
sale during lunch at the Lions snack stand. George would be pleased to let
you samnple his. vairiety and have you ~consider letting-him smoke meats for.
your next family gathering, club activity or fundraising event. If you are
interestedd in having something,smoked on ~Saturd~ayi while the cooker.is
fired up,, call George at (352 3'04-1438.
The Market is still accepting applications for food vouchers and still
seeking vendors. The Market is held every Saturday at the Williston Lions.
Club, 401 S.E. Sixth Ave. Call Cindy at 486-6229.
The Lions Clixb is continuing its 2009 membership drive. Anyone
interested should call Ery at 486-1491 or e-mail willistonlions@gmnail.
com with their name and contact info.
The Lions Club is also excepting donations of any canned goods and
non-perishable items, along with clothes, household items and baby items.
Wanting donitted at the clubhouse'will be selected for distribution to and
through several existing groups helping the needy.

Chielland Chamber Banquet to Honor Citizen of the Year, March 24
The Greater Chiefland Area Chamber of Cominerce annual awards
banquet is scheduled for Tuesday, March 24, at the Tommy Usher Center,
where the community's 2008 Citizen of the Year will be announced and
honored.
Reception will begin at 5:30 p.m. to a soft background of light piano
classics. The program will begin at 6:30 when the award winner is
announced, and dinner will follow.
Do arrive early to check in with acquaintances, aind to check out the
silent auctions. Door prizes will add to the fun.
The public is invited. to join this celebration of good deeds. Admission
is $25 prepaid per person, and early booking is suggested. Admission will
be $30 at the door if space is available. For more information, call the
Chamber of Commerce at 493-1849.

Health and Fitness for the Couch Potato, M~arch 24
"Health and Fitness for the Couch Potato" is a FREE class hosted by the
Levy County Health Department to help you get more active every day. The
class is for anyone who is ready for a change in fitness and energy levels. The
class will teach stretch, strengthen, and tone without having to leave your
home, as well as some nutritional facts.
Participants will learn how to be more active in their life, even when they
are just watching TV. By the end of the class, participants will have designed
a plan to become more active. A free pedometer will be given to anyone who
attends! Class will be held at the Agricultural Office in Bronson on March
24 at 5:30 p.m. The address is 625 N. Hathaway Ave. (27A) in Bronson. For
more information or to pre- register, contact Slande at 486-3405. This same
class will be available at the Williston Community Center on April 14 at 6
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Williston Woman's Club previews annual benefit theater


Story and photo by Anna Suggs
Assistant Editor

The GFWC Williston Woman's Club held an after-hours
mixer at their clubhouse March 12.
It was the first time the club has sponsored a Williston
Area Chamber of Commerce mixer, despite the club's long
histryWilliston Woman's Club got its start in 1914 after a
small group of ladies decided to band together to form the
Civic League.
In 1922, the group became a federated club concerned
with local problems and creating a more caring
community.
The club has been at their current location off SR 121
since l990, and with six departments, close to l00 members
and a monthly meeting, the club is at the forefront of local
service organizations.
At the mixer, the Women's Club opened up the main
room for refreshments, interaction and displays of the
many volunteer projects the club's different departments
participate in throughout the year.
Heifer International is the President's Project. Through
the international project, the Williston Woman's Club
raises money to provide livestock to families in third world
countries.
The School Book Bags project gives the women the
chance to show off their sewing skills and work within the
community. Every child who purchases a book at the Joyce
Bullock book fair will receive a free book bag hand sewn
by the women. This year the club's goal is 500 book bags.
Other community service projects include: Heavenly
Hats, which provide knit hats to cancer patients; Operation
Migration, which raises funds to help the whooping cranes
make their annual migration to Crystal River; Christmas



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RACE TO WITCH MOUNTAIN
(Running time: 99 minutes)
Rated PG
Starring Dwayne Johnson, AnnaSophia Robb,
Alexander Ludwig, Chiarin Hinds

Wow! What a great movie for kids! Although Witch
Mountain movies are not new, this one is fresh with a
revised plot. The story begins with a former felon, Jack
(Johnson), who has gone the straight and narrow and is now
a taxi driver in Las Vegas. Jack's old mob cohorts keep
coming back, trying to recruit him forcibly, if necessary.
But Jack resists.
One morning, after an encounter with thugs, Jack finds
two children in the backseat of his cab. The children hire
him to drive them into the desert. During the journey it
becomes clear that these children are from another planet
and they need Jack's help. Jack gets sucked into helping
the children escape from both government bad guys who
want to grab the kids and a "hit man" from outer space who
is trying to stop their mission.
The race is fast and exciting. There is humor, especially


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"We're trying to do it in an economical way so more
people can come in today's rough economy," she said.
A scene from the play was previewed at the mixer
March 12.
Carol Glass, the comedy/mystery's director, introduced
the scene and the actors.
The setting is the TonylouAwards Ceremony, a knockoff
of the Oscars. Of course, someone gets murdered during
the ceremony and it's up to the audience to help solve
the murder, Glass said. And audience members have the
opportunity to win prizes by participating.
"It's heavy on the comedy and light on the mystery,"
she said.
During the scene that was previewed by mixer
attendees, the aptly named Constance Babbler, who is
played by Nancy Bowman, is a feisty reporter who tells
it like she sees it. At the awards ceremony, she runs into
Lorna Lush, played by Ann Ross, a washed-up, has-been
actress who has taken to the bottle.
Babbler insults the intoxicated Lush, who often takes
hits from a small bottle she keeps hidden in her dress,
resulting in out-loud laughs and chuckles from the audience.
Through her intoxication Lush reveals to the reporter that
she is about to publish a tell-all autobiography.
Excited to find out some dirt on Hollywood's elite,
Babbler schemes out loud to herself and crooks one
eyebrow up, ending the scene.
Tickets are $10' to be "royally entertained," Glass
said.
Sandlin said 100 percent of the profit from the two night
performances will go to the March of Dimes, and for the
past 15 years the club has raised thousands of dollars with
this event.
Performances of "Murder at the Tonylou Awards" will
be April 3 and 4 at 7:30 p.m. at the clubhouse.



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avenger gives up a good life to go after the bad guys; the
bad guys are more heartless and evil than you can imagine.
Ho hum boring!
In Bangkok, Chun-Li's (Keuk) father is nabbed by a
bad guy when she is about 10 years old. She grows up to
be a concert pianist. She shows kindness to a member of
"The Web," a group that fights for the little people. So they
~recruit' liei. She comes to Bangkok determined to f iod her
father.
I love it when the bad guys are so evil that they are
buying up half of Bangkok, but nobody can find them.
How can that be? That is the story of the cop (Klein) who
has tracked these guys to Bangkok.
Meanwhile, they are killing people and kidnapping
people and nobody kn~ows about them? I almost laughed
in the theater.
The rest of the plot was equally predictable. The rap
music was the best part of this film. The kung fu stuff was
good, but I miss the clever and funny fighting of Jackie
Chan, the master of kung fu originality. Street Fighter: The
Legend of Chun-Li should be fine for kids 11 and up who
can stay awake.


The Williston Woman's Club previews a scene from
"Murder at the Tonylou Awards." Lorna Lush, played
by Ann Ross, takes a swig from the bottle while reporter
Constance Babbler, played by Nancy Bowman, looks
on in disgust. The comedy/mystery theater is held
every year to benefit the March of Dimes.
for the Children, which helps provide Christmas presents
to underprivileged local children.
The most upcoming service project is one the club has
done for the past 15 years, and'the community can both
Sbe involved in and entertained by it. The club has brought
together an audience participation comedy/mystery theater
ensemble, entitled "Murder at the Tonylou Awards," to
be performed April 3 and 4 for the benefit of March of
Dimes.
In years past, the benefit was always presented as a
dinner theater, said Williston Woman's Club Co-president
Bunny Sandlin. This year, they decided to have the play
without the dinner.



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when some action takes place during a Star Wars
convention. Johnson, formerly known as "The Rock," is
surly and funny at the same time. Race to Witch Mountain
is the perfect movie for kids as young as 6 or 7 and up.
The theater was filled with young kids and not a sound was
heard during the movie; they were totally engaged.
There is violence and gunfire, but no one dies or bleeds-
There is no bad language or sex. The hit-man from outer space
i's a little scary, but Jack and the kid~'ithinage to o~t~riaf~t
him. I enjoyed Race to Witch Mountain immensely and
recommend it highly to parents, grandparents and children.
I guarantee that you won't be bored for a second.

STREET FIGHTER: THE LEGEND OF CHUN-LI
(Running time: 96 minutes)
~Rated PG-13
Starring Kristin Kreuk, Moon Bloodgood, Michael
Clarke Duncan, Chris Klein, Neal McDonough

Here we have another Kung Fu fight movie with the
same plot: A family member is kidnapped or killed or
both; the remaining family member vows vengeance; the


p.m. and other locations throughout the County. There is no cost to attend the classes.

Free Smoking Cessation Classes and Free Patches, beginning March 24 and 26
The Levy County Health Department announces frkee smoking cessation classes beginning
in Chiefland on March 24 at Haven Hospice from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. and Williston on March
26 at the Nature Coast Hospital from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Free nicotine replacement
patches and program materials for all participants!
If interested, pre-register by calling Sharlene Heyward, Tobacco Program Assistant, at
(352) 486-3406. Registration will also be permitted at the first two sessions, but space is
limited. Pre-registering is the only way to guarantee your opportunity to participate!
The smoking cessation classes last for six sessions and are based on the highly successful
Quit Smoking Now Program, originally created by Big Bend Area Health Education Center
and newly revised by the Suwannee River Area Health Center. Each smoker who joins
the classes will develop an individual plan for quitting and leamn a step-by-step method
for changing behavior and quitting smoking. This group approach uses positive thinking,
alternative behaviors, one-on-one help, rewards, and group support to help participants stop
smoking successfully. The emphasis of the classes is on long-term quitting, and includes
the latest skills for good stress management, weight control, assertive communication, and
exercise skills to help you succeed.

Food and nutrition course, March 26
Everyone is feeling the pinch of reduced income right now. To help stretch your food
dollars, a food and nutrition course will be offered at St John the Evangelist Church on Rte
27A in Chiefland Thursday, March 26. A morning and an evening class will be offered. All
are welcome. Come learn how to prepare tasty, nutritious meals on a smaller budget. Miss
Muriel of the Levy County Extension Service will be presenting the course and working
with participants. Do you already have some good recipes? Come share yours and get some
of ours. Please call Helen at 490-7037 to sign up or for more information.

Reception honoring Mayor Carolyn Risher, March 26
The town of Inglis will host a reception in honor of Mayor Carolyn Risher who will
be leaving office after 18 years of service' and dedication to the town of Inglis and its
residents. This event will be held at the Inglis Community Center on Thursday, March 26,
from 6 p.m.-9 p.m. The public is cordially invited to attend.

Levy County Tourist Development Council meets, March 26 .
The Levy County Tourist Development Council will be meeting on Thursday, March 26,
at 6 p.m. at 620 N.~ Hathaway Avenue in Bronson. (This is also the Levy County Visitors
Bureau office). This meeting is open to the public.


Relay for Life pulled pork lunch benefit, March 26
Pick up a delicious lunch to go March 26 and benefit the Relay for Life American Cancer
Society. Lunch includes pulled pork, baked beans, cole slaw and a roll. Tickets are on sale
now for $7 at A&N Corporation, City of Williston City Hall, and the Williston Chamber of
Commerce. The lunch may be picked up between 1 1:30 and 1:30 at A&N Corporation, 707
SW 19" Ave., off of Hwy 41 near the Horseman's Park.

Spaghetti Dinner and Craft Sale, March 27
The Ladies of the Suwannee River Shrine Club are hosting a Spaghetti Dinner and Craft
Sale on Friday, March 27, from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Suwannee River Shrine Club
located on SR 26 in Fanning Springs. Tickets are available for pre-sale or may be purchased
at the door on the day of the event, for $6 each. For further information or to purchase
tickets, please contact Martha Bucholtz at (352) 542-3117.

Williston Fun Fest & Aviation Fly Market, March 28
The City of Williston, Williston Airport and Williston Area Chamber of Commerce
presents the 4" Annual Fun Fest & Aviation Fly Market at the Williston Airport March 28 (rain
date March 29) fr~om 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will be aviation static displays, military material
displays, classic cars and motorcycles, helicopter displays, bi-plane rides, food and drinks.
General admission is $2 per person and there is free parking outside the main gate. For
more information, call 528-4900 or e-mail willistonairport@wildblue.net.

Hardee Family Reunion, March 29
The Hardee family reunion will be held on Sunday, March 29, at Manatee Springs State
Park. Please come and bring~a covered dish and chairs. Folks will gather in the morning and
we plan to eat at noon. For more information, please contact Amelia Cannon at 493-4997.

Watermelon Festival needs vendors, March 30
The 55th Annual Chiefland Watermelon Festival is scheduled for June 6. We are looking
for local craft and food vendors. Only a few spots remain for food vendors so please apply
by March 30. Also, don't forget to start growing those big melons for the largest watermelon
contest. If you have any questions, please call 493-0911.

Comedy Mystery theater, April 3-4
The GFWC Williston Womnan's Club will present "Murder at the Tonylou Awards," an
audience participation comedy mystery. Proceeds to benefit the March of Dimes. Tickets
are $10 and the play will be held Apr~il 3 and 4. The doors open 7 p.m. and there will be
refreshments and 50/50 raffle tickets available. Call Mirror-Mirror, 528-5525 or Judith
Golden, 528-2808, for more information.


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love?") I mean, how else should~ she' respond if she truly
believed I was in danger of experiencing a fiery death?
Could I have expected any less? One
~thing's for sure, true, love can often
stir great emotions, and it doesn't
always tip-toe around conflict. Maybe
ir aqually ool7Egreat %i8th@WF6Flidi'l'~i
to act such a fool on my behalf.
Really, I guess we're sort of put
in that same position as Christians.
People are rejecting Christ and
4 drawing closer to Ifires of hell
~ j~i~l~i~I~PBeveryday. Yet, if we dare warn them,
they might get offended. NSot to
mention, the politically correct folk
ii would have~our lunch. They'll purse
their lips and call us judgmental,
religious bigots, or worse. Right now,
vay... in many places in the world, they'd
uy Shelfiec 4 havelecur hats oThey've crucified
What should we do then? I mean,
the source of our information is 'a little more reliable than
Momma's cell phone theory! Everything the Bible has
ever predicted has come true.
Should we just join in with this "feel good" "self
help" "pick and choose" form of the Gospel we've
created for ourselves here in America? It promises more
comfort than an old recliner; but sadly, I fear it may also
be rocking the Church to sleep.
Frankly, I don't know if my conscience will allow me
to go on cheapening the blood of Christ by presenting
the message of salvation like it's just some little "add
on" to our real lives. Are: we building a Church satisfied
that our Christianity bears about as much relevance to
our day-to-day existence as the old library card in our
wallet? -
Maybje if the world saw Christians who were as
serious about God's Truth as they were about His Mercy,
they would apply a little more weight to their own eternal
decisions. You can't have one without the other. He that
believeth on the Son hath everlasting life: and he- that
believeth not the Son shall not see life; but the wrath of
God abideth on him. John 3:36 KJV, and whosoever was
not found written in the book of life was cast into the lake
offire. Revelation 20:15 KJV
Why aren't our eyes bugging in stark terror over the
Fact that every day many people are dying and finding
this out the hard way! Church, we've got to come out of
slow motion.
But anyway I hope you can forgive me for my
frankness. There's just too much of Jesus' love burning in
my heart for me to be tip-toeing around a few little flames
of persecution, not while many of you are stomping off
towards the infernos of hell.
.Thanks for showing me how love works, Mom!

Guy Sheffield

You can visit Guy Shefgield at his WVeb site www.
butanyway.org, or e-mail him at alllchrist@comcast.
net.


Maybe something's wrong with the VCR in my head,
because, certain traumatic experiiences I've .experienced
only seem to come back to me in
slow motion. Like that time at the
gas ptimp..
It ivas a couple offears ago, and ~
I wais helping move my mom back ,,/
from Orlando. We'd pulled into a
service station anld she'd gone in to
use the restroo~m. I was juist standing .
'there, minding my business, when
all ofa9 sudden she burst through the
doors fii slow motion, one frame at a
time, the way I remember it.
Her eyes irere bugged in stark u
terror, both arms flagging wildly
overhead. I froze in sheer panic until 1
the exaggerated movement of her B A y
mouth finally propelled her hysterical Bt
screams across the~lot, two octaves with G

"GUYYYYY...." She bellowed,
"PUT IT DOWN! PUT IT. DOWN RIGHT NOW!"
Suddenly all 47 people in the vicinity were staring at
me. Gas sales came to a grinding halt. Beady little eyes
everywhere peered around their pumps like a curious
'pack of rubber-necked ground vultures.
My hands went out, my shoulders hunched in
desperation. The question "What?" rose to my lips like
molasses. I spun a wide swath half expecting to see
somebody behind me with a gun. Nope. Had I accidentally
stolen something?
'Meanwhiile that harried voice kept pounding me, "PUT
IT DOWN! RIGHT NOW, MISTER!"
Finally some fellow looked up from packing his cooler
and chimed in, "Dude, I think she's talking about your
cell phoie."
I glanced down. Sure enough, it was still clasped in my
trembling palm, where I'd been' in the process of dialing
home. -
After that' my memory reel speeds back up to normal.
I recall Momma stomping across that lot to scold me
over the potential dangers of the incendiary tendencies
inherent in t'he common cell phone when used within
close proximity to a gasoline pump. For somebody so
versed in combustion, she remained oddly oblivious to
the steam rising from under my collar, or the fire that was
now blazing from my eyes! As she continued to lay into
me I glared at the dispersing crowd, hoping to find a non-
family surrogate on which I could direct the only real
explosion liable to happen.
Several people wagged their heads at me, but nobody
really dared to make eye contact. One young girl did
purse her lips and flip her hair in disgust before hopping
back in her car.
Momn finally relented from her assault and settled back
to being her cheery old self, obviously pleased she'd
saved my life. Me, I drove along quietly for quite a while
after that; although I may have ground 20 years off my
molars doing it.
After I'd put a few hundred miles worth of thought
under my belt it hi't me, "What ~if Mom was just acting in


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SA constant wish that he was here.
Others hialle been taken, yes we know
- But he Was ours and we loved him so.
He bid no one a last farewell'
S.Nor even said goodbye
He, was gone before we knew it
And only God knows why.


'If all the world 'were ours to give
'We'd give it all and more
- 1 TO See that loving face of his
.Just once more.


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If you're lucky, you have a special aunt or uncle who
has influenced you and helped care for you throughout
your life. That special one for me is my Aunt Betty, my
mother's only sister. She turned 80 last summer and you
would never know it. Well, maybe there are a few telltale
signs but it's hard for me to tell, since I do pretty much the
same kind of things at my tender age.
She recently came to visit us here in our new digs in
Levy County, wanting to see the sand for herself, I mean
wanting to see the new home of her favorite niece and
family. She has 15 nieces and nephews and I'll wager to
say that the favorite thing applies to whomever's home she
happens to be in at the time, which is fine with all of us.
We just love having her around; we have to behave in her
presence and try to.emulate her benevolent manner, and
that is no small feat. I have never heard her say an unkind
word about anyone. If she doesn't agree with someone,
she will just smile and say nothing. (I can smile with the
best of them; saying nothing is another matter altogether.)
She was a little upset during this visit because she
kept losing things and I had to keep finding them. Not
unusual at my house; if anything ever happens to me, my
husband and daughters will be naked and starving in a day.
They have no clue where anything is located; it's my job
to know where everything lives and it's okay. Just please
come help them in the event of my demise. .
Anyway, Aunt Betty merely misplaced her purse and
cell phone. The purse wasn't exactly in plain sight, as
I tried to explain to her. It was buried under a couple of
blankets on my bed, blankets that I keep there on top to
confuse Snoopy, hoping that he sprinkles his daily pound
of sand on the decoy cover.(A little duck-hunting lingo
there to keep the husband happy. It's amazing what a little
of that will do.)
Now, the cell phone she really did lose. We had been to
Gainesville shopping for jeans for our oldest daughter, not


that wonlderful of an outing, as anyone who has a teenage
girl will tell you. Practicing the saying nothing theory, I
would never tell her that her low-rider, flare jeans are the
hip-hugger bell-bottoms of my generation.
But about the phone: Personally I'm proud of Aunt
Betty for even having one and knowing how to operate it -
well, sort of. (She should have come to our house the night
we all got ours and had Cell Phone 101 under the tutelage
of said daughter. It was a humbling experience as words
like "old" and "stupid" rolled off our precious offspring's
tongue.)
We searched everywhere for the phone, even the hiding
place of one of our cats, having been made aware that he
likes to steal valuables like wedding rings and jewels. He
was not guilty this time.
Finally, I sent our daughter to the car to use her Nancy
Drew skills and find the phone, or so I told her. Actually,
it was raining and using my parental prerogative, I sent her
out there instead of yours truly. Three seconds later and she
was back with no phone (duh). So I yanked the umbrella
from her and stalked out there, hoping Aunt Betty was not
witnessing this unseemly display of motherly affection.
Three seconds later and I was back with the phone, with
such words as "young" and "impatient" rolling off my
tongue.
Aunt Betty merely laughed and gently reminded me of
some of my own youthful adventures that required much
patience on her part, like the time I set their garage on
fire at age 5 while staging a most spectacular three-ring
circus, rings being made of flames, of course. It was quite
impressive to watch Aunt Betty defend my unforgivable
actions to her husband, my now deceased Uncle Gene.
She focused on the good (house still standing) and let the
rest go.
God bless her. We're all lucky to have her.
Wanda Kaye


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Log da us Cltsetters
Log Cabin Quilters met on Thursday, March 12, at the Levy County Quilt Museum.
It was a different day as Cleo Pravatt and I went to Starke to judge the quilts and crafts
and it was so different. I have been there each year for eight years and today there were
only four articles to judge, so we helped in another area. Fairs have changed over the
years and it's a shame. But we had a great day, met ladies we know, and had a safe
trip.
The quilters met and had a great time going through tables full of fabric, books, and
what have you. If anyone sews and makes clothes, we have several packages of fabric,
patterns and what you would need to make whatever.
Derick and six boys were out Wednesday and we always get so much done. They
planted Hollyhocks and onions and got everything watered. Thanks, Lancaster.
I do not have what trheey had to eat but will do better next week.


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.TRENTON:

Pharmacy 352-463-4511
Chiropractic 352-463-2221
BELL:
Family HealthCare 352-463-1100
Pharmacy 352-463-0400
CHIEF LAND:
Pediatrics 352-493-7274
SB RAN FORD.
Health at Wellness 386-935-3090
WI LLISTON:
T.M.C. Healthcare 352-528-0587
T.M.C. Chiropractic 352-528-4253


Complete Primary Medical & Urgent Care
SService 'Provider. '
Part of the Trenton and Bell communities since 1971,
and now in Branford, Chiefland & Williston. We offer
healthcare services for the whole family,focusing on
health and wellness from birth to senior care. With
everything from health check-ups and x-rays, to
chronic disease management and health screening, to
chiropractic care and afull-service pharmacy, we're a
one-stop medical provider for all your health needs


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HOi~U R': Mvonday Friday 10 am 5 pm.
Saturday 10 am 3 pmr(352) 486j-21j21



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* sP t Ipe olet rntals
* Install new septic tank systems

S352-493-2098


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352.472.4943 or 866.376.4943 t~

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Air Conditi~oning & IRefrigeration, LLC
-First in Service-


Jerry WilkS
Fall Dirt Hauling Service
* Fill Dirt Top Soil
* Lime Rock ,,-;~b~$s/l q ,* Culverts Installed
*Site Prep Demolition
~~F~k* Asphalt Drives
NO JOB TOO SMALL
Mobile: 352-493-3137 Home: 352-463-6111

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Call David Downing
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For all your construction needs
Clrane Services Dumpsfers
C&D 20-Yard
P.O. Box 367 Office: 352-472-7707
Newberry, FL 32669 Toll Fre~e: 1-866-919-TIO7


Kendra Philman, DVM
LARGE ANP SLALL ANIMAL PRACTICE
New' Hours
"m:= "'6 (352) 528-4840
Sat 9-1
5Q5 S.W. 7TH STREET WILLISTON FL 32696
"LSoUTH OF THE HosPrrAL" U.S. 41 SOUTH


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Quality Health Care For The Entire Family

.CHIEFLAND MEDICAL CENTERoitfrsal afor~~r

~TREATING ACUTE AND CH-RONIC CONDITIONS
SAME DAY APPOINTMENTS. FOR URGENTI CONDITIIONS
MINOR SUoRtcAI. MmIoR TRAUMA LACERATION REPAIR
X-RAY LABORATORY I EKG UNEMPLOYMENT PHYsicAI.s
~Podiatry Services Available ~
Convenient Offece Hours:
Mon.-Thurs. 8:00 a~m.- 7 p.m., Fri. 8:00 6 p.m.
Sat. 8:30 a.mi. Noon i
1113 N.W: 23rd Ave., Chiefland.
(Across the parking lot from Wal-Mart)
Call (352) 493-9500 for an appointment today


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$ 9 trncldsnits.te AL O Oil Change i
57995 ,&gasketwhen I APPOINTMENT I with 5 qtsoi & filter& complete
applicable.Most cars safety inspection. dost cars
& light/medium trucks. & light trucks.
r.Expires3-3-09 Co~uponrequired ~ ~ Coup on required

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We Have ZERO Toleration for Vibration
- Featured Wheels by Liquid & ~Moto M/etal
- Check out the New Skulls
-Wheel & Tire package as low as $749.00
taxincluded
POTire 4 Skul
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west of 349
Old Town 352-542-0052
Hours: Mon.-!n Fri~. 8:30 a~.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturdays 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Www.protirejack.com


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The Levy County Journal


Low Rates* Easy Terms
Personal & Comniercial Auto Insurance
Home* I.ife Commercial
Rapid Tax Returns
"Guraranteed Lowest Down Payment"


Brian, Smith
BUlders, Inc.
Lic. No. RB29003114
9'730 SW 67th Street
Cedar Key, FL 32625
(352) 543-9552
Si (352 ~543-6643


Serving the Tri-County Since' 1968


Frank L. Prevatt '
bwner RMOGC19007


Home 352-493-7775
Cell 35 490-1248


We will run every Saturday night starting March 7th thru
September. We will also have Figure 8's, Bus Races,
Modified and other big events.
Visit ou r website at www.bronson motor rspeedway.com.


Gates Open at 5:30pm
Green Flag Drops at 7:30pm


Located in Bronson, FL, just 15 miles
Southwest of Gamecsville, FL on HwGy 24.
For more information call the speedway
office at 352-486-2763


BUSINESSS


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Every 1 st & 3rd Saturday at the
Suwannee River Shrine Club
1/2 mile north of Fanning Springs on Hwy 26






















ANOTHER WAY, INC 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



KARAOKE for Birthdays, Wed-
di gs, Graduationoran tirore!
Cl or more ifrao r
tasok yur dt! Ask for5 monthly

I.Help Wanted
.l g &Part ling
GREAT OPPORTUNITY, learn
to buy gold. Huge potential. Will
teach. Commission only, call
(352) 477-9021

NEED EXTRA CASH FOR THE

H100Lto g t staBtd 87arne0Avon.
first four orders. No inventory. No
minimum orders. Call Pam (352)
538-1845, get started today.

FULL..TIME GR HICS design/
paginator, .prefer newspaper
experience. ("-mail resume to
hric@gatorworks.com or fax to
352-490-6189. Salary commen-
surate with ~experience.

COME JOIN THE JOURNAL
TEIAMI News .Corrn pondents-

.Photographic skills a must. Expe-
rience preferred. Deadline driven,
but flexible schedule. Compen-
sation commensurate with expe-
rience.` Excpenses/mileage reim-
bursement, Fax~ resume/clips' to
490-4490 attn: Editor.

ADVERTISING SALES
POSITION FOR.TRI-COUNTY
AREA NEWSPAPER.
Are you interested in putting
your skills to work at a growing
newspaper with a ~vision for the
tri-county area? Do yd'u like ac-
tivity and creativity all rolled up
in one job? Are you interested
in helping ourr local rridfthdi~ty
build their ~businesses? We
have~ the ~job for you!
The Levy County Journal is look-
ing for an outside sales person
to cover the tri-county area.
Thle duties wotld include but are
not limited to.
Generating new clients;
Making ~initial contact with po-
tential clients;
Developing business relation-
ships with .current and new c~li..
ents;
Being responsible'for obtaining
client ad ~lay-outs/proofs; must
be computer literate;
Maintaining client assurance
and protecting advertising op-
erations in confidentiality. .
Skills and Qualifications: Willing
to train the. right person. Looking
for someone vuith either 'a strong
background in outside sales orin
magazinelnewspaper~ advertis-
ing. Salary commensurate with
experience with a base salary of
$27,000-$30,000. Non-compete
agreement required.
If this is just what you~ are look-
ing for or dreaming of email us
at hric@gatorworks.com '
or fax your restime to 352-490-
6189.ftfn

LICENSED PRACTICAL
NURSE: Full tirne position,
with a group~ of busy~ Commu-
nity Health Centers in No. Cen-
tral Florida. Excellent benefits.
Please apply at Trenton. Medical
Center, Inc. 911 So. Main St.,
Trenton, Fl. 32693
NO PHONE CALLS, PLEASE!
EOE 3/19b


24 WorkedWantll
FENCING .- D&C FENCING,
28 yrs -e erience, lowest pric-
es around, guaranteed. Install
field fences, 'barb-wire, & board
fence. Call (352)493-4177 or
(352)-221-8155.

BOAT DETAILING. Your boat
will shine! Your place or mine. ,
C3l )D~a3 3(352)219-5594. or

HANDY HELPER CLEANING
SERVICE and Lawn Mainte-


anance. Housekeeping, commer-
'cial and office cleaning. Shop-
rtn & erns.r ird work onw-
wife team. Reasonable rates
References available. (352)542
9324. Leave ms .

A RELIABLE LADY is available
to do housework and TLC for el-
derly ladies or gents.I care, will


Woke WntllMoobile Home~o Rn

provide references. (352) 493- Inc. Pets, no. $400/mo..5400/dep.
7890 Bob or Sonja (352)542-4908 or


.iOST & FOUND- if you have lost 352-362-5388 or 352-463-9390.
a 'pet. Please remember to call your fn


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

ROOFING REPAIRS $99 an
up. .$$$$$$$ META;L ROOF-
ING$$$$$$$ Save $$$$1 Free
estimates!! State Licensed CCC
1326066. (352)463-0781


fROOFING shingls an rmtit
wood, mobile home cool seal, 25
years experience, not a contrac-
t~or. II of Tri -County. (352)463-
19 7

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

SPECIALIZED SECRETARIAL
SERVICES iniclu~de: Office or-
ganization, resumes, web ~page
design & research, newsletters,
announcements. Suzy Yeager
dba SSSnMore (352)493-1370
or sssnmoreayahoo.com

STUMP GRINDING Reason-
able, rates, insured. (352)463-


TREE & BRUSH CLEANUP
LotsI -pwrlnsfenc li e
Lloardtst omp r me ale fr 8
tree removal. (3:52')463-3700 or
(352)538-5072.

JONER'Sd TREE SERVICE -

Ihsured, free estimates reason-
able ratesl. Serving all surround-
ing counties, (352)542-7981 or
(352)578-5029.

.VIC'S' TREE SERVI'CE and
'Stump Grinding. .Aifordable, rea-
sonable rates: 542-1818 or 352-
356-1987.

HUNTER'S TREE SERVICE:
Free Estiinates, licensed~ and
insured; bucket truck, back-
hoe, 12". commercial chipper.
No charge' for hauling chipped
limby:; ~~stumplgrinder discount-
Professional clean-up. Call 352-


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

GUNS AND C 'ONCEALED
WEAPONS PERMIIITS: Call U
(352}493-4209 for information
-------
WNANrTED'.DEAD ORi ALIVE
L. pay top dollar for junk cars,
equipment,, old farm machinery
and misc. Metals. Free pick up.
Call gene at 352-302-2761.

A. CANNON PHOTOGRAPHY:
specializing in .children's on-lo-
cation portraits. No sitting \fee
if you book before Feb. You
choose the locationll www.acan-
nonphotography.codm 352-577-
4034 or 352-490-8918. tfnf

BOBCAT WORK, DEMOLI-
TION, DEBRIS CLEANUP: iMo-
bile demolition; lot cleanup, cul-
verts, haul off debris, drivehys
Carll(352) 486-5860, 949-3482. tfnb

SATELLITE SERVICES:
Direct TV or DISH Netwrork
sales, service, installs, repairs,
parts, moving. Your locaj dealer:
386-344-2957 tfnp


13 Fr00
FREE li'EMS \Nill pick u our
free unwanted yard sale items.
(352)542-9324.

FREE MEAL ON WHEELS
FOR PETS: Hosted by Happy
Tails Social Club. Call for details
(352)' 493-0252 ~or (352) '542--
0269. ftfn


VouteOpportunities
FLORIDA'S LOliG-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 Iocal 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 th~e41ealth,
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.


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



DUPLEX, ,2bed/1bath, $550/
month, first, last, and security.
Ftordet~ail call Diftwood Realty

EFFICIENCY apartment, $450/
month, first and last. For details
call Driftwood Realty at (352)
463-7919.

FOR RENT~ IN B ONSON: 2
bedroom/ 1 bath duplex unit.
Central location in Bronson
off Hwy 24; 20 minutes from
Gainesville, Chiefland, Willis-
ton; near shopping. and schools.
(352) 562-9969.
ApartmetS 10r en

111.5 TOWNHOUSE, 5575/mo
+ $300 deposit, includes, water,

Pt no, pree a yr Ceas (3 2)
493-4336 or (352)-949-0094
available immediately!

211 APARTMENT FOR RENT:
$125.00 per week with $500.00
deposit; in Willistoni (352) 5?8-
2406. ftn

H~neomefo Rn
ARCHER!IBRONSON 2 BR,
fenced, porch. $450.
Archer/Bronson 3 BR, shop.
$650.
Archer -Historic, $650
Archer 3BRI 2%/ dath, $800.
Archer Huge 4 BR, $800.
HomestyleRealty352-495-9915

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

.FOR RENT IN NEWBERRY:
1b'edroom/1bathi country honie.
iil500-sq/ft on- fenced -ae.elRef-
erences required. $600/mon
plus, security: Call 813-731-9328
for more info.

31212. ON 8 ACRES with
screened wraparound porch.
~$1,200/niio. 15', last, and secu-
rity. 352-474-0152.

3 /BEDI 2 BATH; HOME FOR
RENTi $900.00 per month with
$1500 deposit; in Williston (352)
528-2406 ftfn

312 SITE-BUILT HOME ON
5. ACRES: in North Gilchrist,
$1400 per month, first, last and
security. Call Deen Lancaster,
Broker :at (352) 463-9494 or
(352) 665-1411.ptfn

312 SITE-BUILT HOME IN
BELL: $1200/month; first, last,
and security. $40 application
fee. One year lease. Call Rustie,
Property Manager, Lic. Real Es-
tate Associate at (352) 463-9494
or (352) 281-9187.ptfn

FOR RENT IN CITY OF
CHIEFl.AND: N~ear schools and
shopping, 3 bed/2 bath, new
'home with tile floors and show-
er. $700.00/mo, first, last, and
deposit. (352) 493-0029. ftfn

312 HOUSE IN BRONSON:
$900~ per month, first, last and
$450 security. One Year Lease
required. $40 app. Fee. Call
Rustle Ames at (352) 463-9494
or (352) 281-9187. ftfn
lilbile Home~rRn

KISS YOUR LANDLORD
.GOODBYEll
NEW MOBILE HOMES
starting for as little as $150, Bi-
weekly.NO $$$ DOWN FOR
LAND OWNERS!! Call 1-800-
477-2492 for details. ,
Prestige Home Centers. New,
used, and repo. 3 miles north
of Wal-Mart on Hwy 19 in
Chiefland. tfnb *

FOR RENTI IN CEDAR KEY:
2 bed, 1 bath, mobilehome for
rent. Very private. $500/month;
1St, last, and $200 security. 352-
477-0130.

LOCATION: TOWN OF SU-
WANNEE. 15 minutes to Gulf
or Suwvannee River. Fish from
back door. 2 BR 12x60 MH. Ref


erences, security deposit. $600/
month. 813-731-9328.

CROSS CITY -Reedville Rentals.
2/1, w/ water, garbage, & cable


COMPUTERS AND INTERNET
Computer Install, Repair, &
Networking with in Home Ser-
vice! Call All Point Computers at
(352)507-4688 tfnb
i- -
CUSTOM 'CONSTRUCTION, '
additions, new homes, sid-
i m, muc cem de.an rseeden
SCRC1328601. Call Tommy 352-
.339-5220 or Brian 352-528-2246
for more information and pricing.,

DEMO TON 27a~n~d/or 3ocla 57

5029 Travis Joyner.

DRYWALL H~ard coat re-
pair specialist. Interior-Exterior
CC#1555 (352)486-4316

DRYWALL Hang finish, repairs.
State Licensed #CBC058489
STri- Countyi, Call(352)463-0781.

DRYWALL Da~le. Petty's Dry
Wall LLC. Hang, finish & texture.
Licensed & Insured, 20+ yrs.
exp. Call Dale; office (352)498
6036 /cell (352)578-5148.

DRYWALL PATCH AND
REP IR; Painting an 8pressyre


FENCING D&C FENCING,
'28 yrs experience, lowest pric- .
id a on ,' b red. Install
fence. Call (352)493-41 77.

~HA'N NIIAN Insured, serv-
Ing iri-C~ounty area. Laiwn car~e,
t.iish hocgging, 'welding,~ haul-
ing, s~inall engines, pressure
washing, .sawmill, general labor,
and much more. Also comput-
ers. (352) 514-4120. No job too
small.

HANDYMAN WITH 20 YRS ex-
-periene. No job too big or small;
I do them all. Licensed Aluminum
and Carpenitry. License #s Levy
1740; Gilchrist: 0613; Dixie: 07-
18,, 07-19. Johnny. Nariji, Sr.
"YL53 5-770, iir4, T 5493.

IRRI ATIONI- 20 plus (years
.exp~erienpe. Installs, ~repairs &
service. Licensed & Ihsured, call
(352)286-8772 Mark.

IRRIGATION SYSTEMS Free
estimates. Call Quality Lawo~-
.scape', LLC at (352r. 258-2702:
Tri county residents receive
$100 discount by mentioning
this ad. .

J~OE'S HANDYMAN SERVICES
including general home main-
tenancer and carpentry. Excel-
jlent: references, excellent rates
Free estimates. 607-591-2043

JUNK CARS, scrap, farm equip-
ment clean~up. Free pickup. Paid
on shares of money collected for
itemi(s) ~486-5860 or 949-3482.
LAN~DsCAPING:' SI=RVICES:
SFNGLA License#H375635, Pes-
ticide License#PV38620. .Con-
Ssulting, design, installation, trim
trees & shrubs, ~weeding, all va-
rieties of mulches. References
Savlilable. T~he Greener Side:
(352) 528-0808, 215-4,057. ftfn

LAND CI..IARING` (352) 535-
5526.

LAWN SERVICE Residential
and ~Commercial. Serving Tri- -
CouritL area. EdWen Services
(352) 514-4120

,LII.. RUDY' BURGMAN: your
quality handyrnah. (352) 857-
2751.ftf"

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

JOE'S MOBILE AUTO MAIN-
TENANCE We come to you for
your basic automobile mainte-
nance and repairs, oil changes,
Satire rotations, interior & exterior
detailing and rnore. 607-591-
2043

MC)WING SERVICE (352) 535-
5526

PALM TREES & more Installed
(352) 538-5526

TAYLOR CUSTOM PAINTING,


.INC. Residential Commercial,
Interior & Exterior, Painting and
Pressure Washing.~ Free Esti-
mates. Licensed anti Insured.
27 Years Experience. 352-493-
2518


3(52)542-0704.
TRENTON 2/2, singlewide,
$500/mo.i1st, last, & sec. of
$250. $40 Non-refundable appli-
cation fee. Call to see (352)213-
1076

BRONSON 4/2, doublewide~
on 1.25 acres, fully furnished.,
$800/mo. 1st, last, & sec. of
$80 n$40 N~on- ef nble ap~pl
1076

3/2 DW FOR RENT in Bronson
,-, 3 / ce 5250 per month

3 BEDI 2 BATH MOBILE HOME
FOR RENT: $550.00 per month
with $750.00 deposit; in Willis-
ton. (352) 528-2406 ftfn

QUIET, PRIVATE, CLEAN.
.Geat Lfo retire~eB Sin le Wid
mo. 1 mile to City of Williston,'
$1575 required. Call to see.
Gnsvi 352-373-5432 tfnf

312 DWIVH ON 5 ACRES: Off
CR 317/Oki Town, $750/month;
first, last,security'of $375. One-
ye~ar lease. $40 application fee.
Call Rustie, Lic. Real Estate
Associate at (352) 463-9494;
(352) 281-9187.ftfn

Bn2 ala O 6 AsCRES

of $425. Month-to-month lease.
.$40 application fee.: Call Rustie,
'Lic. Real Estate Associate at
(352) 463-9494;(352) 261-91~87.
ftfn

FOR RENT IN BRONSON. 2
bedroom/1l bath mobile homein
Bronson on Hwy 24. $500 per
month with $500 deposit. Call
486-2860 tfnf

CEDAR KEY, % ACRE WA-
TERFRONT Doublewide 3/2,
porches, dick, storage shed,;
central H&A, washers=& -dryer.
352-543-5666 or-813-645-4708?
tfnf

RosRoom-mate
HOLISEMATE NEEDED. In
Morriston. Own room with bath.
$100/week plus one-half of utili-
ties. NO drugs, alcohol, children,
or pets. (352) 339-4161. tfnf

RQOM FOR RENt: near
Chiefland in DWMlVH. Use 'of
kitchen, washer/dryer, TV room,
$95/iweek. plus $95 deposit. NO
smoking/drinking. 352-682-8099
ftfn-

R eal Esat
DID. YOU SELL YOUR PROP-
ERTY? Are you still receiv-
ing payment from that sale?
Wouldn't you rather have all
CASH now? Call Fred at 352-
726-9369;. Inverness. tfnf

4 PLEX APARTMENT BUILD-
ING: In Williston; corner lot on
Rt 121, always full.. New sewer
drainfield last year. Call (352)
239-0415 for info. OPEN TO
OFFERS? tfnf

SHOMOS For Sle
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 ACRES, '3BEDI2BATH
HOME, completely remodeled
with granite countertops, new
appliances, cabinets, inground
pool screeried, barn, horse
stalls, fenced, approx. 1 mile
from new hospital. $325,000.
Call for details 221-2649 owner/
agent.

FOR SALE BY OWNER: 51
ACRES with 1980s 3/2 CBS
home with inground pool, 30x60
equipment barn concrete floor,
pastures w/scattered oaks, long
.tree-lined drive, Morriston/Levy
County. $459,000.00 Contact
hootleone@aol.com.

3 BEDROOM/2 BATH ON 5
ACRES ~in Gilchrist County.
Owner will finance with low
down payment. Smith & Asso-
ciates GMAC Real Estate 352-


463-7770. ptfn

SUWANNEE WATERFRONT
HOME FOR SALE: $100,000.
3bed/2bath on 1 acre, deep


local animal shelter. For Gilchrist
Co. (352)463-3158.

,LOST DOG White Samoved,
recently shaved except head.
`Last seen near St. Alban's
church on U.S. 19 on 12/4/08.
Just moved into area. Dog Is
ill and needs medical atten-
tion.352-231-3553.

MISSING .GREAT DANE- gray
jand. white with black spots,
wqig'hs '125 pounds, ~wearing a
green collar. She's very friend-

wh re sh els plea re II-k w 2
493-2848. tfnf

v.-- .-- -I--

NARCONON...a nonprofit' pub-
lic Ijenefit organization that spe-
cializes in helping people with
drug :or alcohol addictions offers
FREE assessments and more
than :11,000 local referrals. Call
(800), 556-8885 or visit, www.
drugrehab.net .

AA MEETING-for information
call. North Central Florida Inter-
~roui Office at (352) 372-8091
ahi~c is aso a 24 hour local ho-

~REE PREGNiANCY TESTS
C confidential Harmony Pregnan-
o y& 2eesour ue 1etr M pP
Call (352)493-7773 Harmony
penancy center PO Box 2557
ei efland FL tfn

HAPPY TA~ILk :SOCIAL CLUB
'ANIMAL AND PET RESCUE
has a new 20-acre home on
Hwy 129 between Chieflan~d anti
Trenton. Stop by~ and chat for a
bit. (35?) 493-0252 or `(352);
3542-0269. ftfn :

AL-ANON MEETINGS IN WIL-
LISTON: Join us for Al-Anon
meetings on Monday evenings
'at,7 p.m. at the Midway Plaza
gypted at ~~if,l, 5-AHiggway
27 Alt. in Williston. 1-800-851-
,1795. ftfi ~
IGUN SHOW: Sat. 3/28, 9-5p m.l;
S uns 3/29, 9-4p.m. at. Amenican
:Legion in NeWberry,~ 2682'1' W.
Newberry Road.. Concealed
weapons classes daily. www
~guntradergu showis.com 3/26b



'AFTE~R-SCHOOL CHILD CARE
-in Christian home, Monday
through Thursday, $50/wreek,'or
~$160/month. Tutoring services
provided at S25/hour. Please
call Angela Sidorenko at 352 -
4A93-19209 (hm) or 352-949-1571
;(cell). tfnf.

IsB&B LdWN CARE: 'Fame
,ily owned A~nd operated. For aill
your lawn care needs _(352)
,221-0608. ftfn ~

BsEE HAPPY CLEANING SER-
VICES-.Come frome to a clean
~hivel Bi-wNeekly, weeklyy, monthly.
~Residential, commercial, .move
:in/rnove out, customized clean-
;ing, apartments. Free estimates.
Tina 352-486-1443 or. Robyn
'- 352-231;4612. tfnf .

~BUILDING CONTRACTOR,
~custom hornes on ~ybur lot.
~Remodel ::bathrooms, roofing
'.and repair, decks ancl sidirig,
%CBC05848SI (3~~52)463-0781
BfUSH 'HOG, Tractor, &
Stump Girinding, ~lawn mowh-
'Ing. & more!! (352)498-
2~465 (d), (352)542-9380(e).

ICAPT, DEEP, SEA'S CHAR-
~TERING, Is~land Tours, Fishing
j(flats & offshore) Dolphin sight-
iings and rnore! (352)493-4921
~or (352)378-1716. .
CHILDCARE Iri Christian
home, in -Chiefland. Mon-Fri.
~Flexible hours. $18/day. Drop
"off welcome with 24/hr. no-
jtice.(352)493-9209 / (352)949-
SB1571.
CLEANING ULTRA CLEANI
SFull Service Cleaning company
for both residential & commer-
cijal clearings. Available weekly,
bi-weekly, & monthly. Fully in-
isured & bonded. Call (352)949-
3577. Stephanne.


iCLEANlING -Independent
!worker with. 20 years experience
land references. Regular house
,cleaning duties or ask for proj-
iects such as porches, windows,
jetc. Make an appointment .at


BUSINESSS


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fo Sale
QUEEN ANNE CHAIR excel-
lent condition, $50.00.- Call 486-
6840. tfnf

WANTED TO BUY guns of any
kind, up to $150.00 each. 352-
~949-5601.~ tfnf

PORTABLE GENERATOR,
TROY-BILT 3550 WATT: ex-
cellent condition, only 2 hours
on engine. Includes custom
made wooden shelter, gas cans
and power cord. $450.00 Cal
Sue at 352-486-4094. tfnf

GOLD OMEGA NECKLACE:
Very heavy. Solid Gold apl
pras~ed at; local jeweler for over
$1,80000 will take $800,00
(352) 490-5600. tfnf

10 CUP CUISINART COFFEE
MAKER with bean grinder. New
$70, now $30. 352-490-7037tfnl

GUNS COLT ,PYTHON 357
nickel 4" $1000.00. Marlin 1894
357 NIB $500.00. Savage Mode
1909 slide action .22, $400.00
352-493-2028, 352-949-1937
tfnf

SCOOTERFORSALE: $250.00
obo; toilet bowl with everything
$30. (35;2) 213-3624. ftn

5 ~BIRDCAGES: AII different
AII for $50.00. Call (352) 493
9167. tfnf

CRAFTSMAN 'SCROLL SAW
with stand $50.00. Kerosene
heater $65.00. .(352) 493-9167
leatre message. tfnif

MOWER: GRAVELY Commer
cial Walk-behind 36" cut, 12.1
hp Kohler engine. Runs good
Gosts $2300 new, sell for $70(
obo. 352-221-0097 tfnf

1977 CLUB CAR GOLF CAR1
- Runs well. All 6 batteries are
good; 3 are BRAND NEW. Grea
cart to restore while you drive
Steering has some play, sorn~
minor body work needed. $500
with charger. 352-463-2225
please leave message. !'ll return
your call. tfnf

JOHN DEERE MODEL 147(
MOWER conditioner, 11 ft:
good condition. $5000. 352
949-0222. tfnf .

FULL SIZE SLEEPER COUCH
$100; Rocking Chair; $25.00
(352) 221-0468 tfnf

FOR SALE: Kitchen table, $50
complete single bed, $50; com
puter desk on wheels, $50. 352
682-8099 ftfn

COMMERCIAL SKAGG lawn
mower, 48" cut, hand controls
600 hours oh mower. $2200
Ask for Don. 352-542-4910 tfn

YAMAHA 3-T'IER KEYBOARD
electric organ. Oak, roll top witl
bench. In beautiful condition
$400. 352-542-4910. tfnf

4. GOODRICH BAHA TIRE
27.5x65R18, $100; sea-treatee
poles, $100 each; 250-gal food
grade water totes on plastic
pallets,$100; 55-gal plastic bar
rels,$10;5-gal buckets,$3; stee
drums wirv/emovable lids, $10
486-5860, 949-3482. ftfn

UPRIGHT PIANO FOR SALE
$100 OBO, you move it. 352
486-3966. ftfn.


HOMO F~r8810
water canal. large deck, float-
ing deck, and in-ground pool.
$190,000 firm! (904) 225-0080
or (904) 254-8827.

HOUSE FOR SALE I~ GITY OF
CHIEFLAND: 3/2/2 new con-
struction w/vaulted ceiling tile
floors and showers, concrete
drivelsidewalks, close to schools
and shopping. $139,900. (352)
493-0029. ftn

415 HIObile Hmes

NO DOWN PAYMENT for land
owners (even if you still owe
money on your property!) Call
Prestige Home Centers 352-
493-2492 or 1-800-4177-2492.
tfnb

2 BR/2 BA SINGLE WIDE, '900
square feet with screened front
porch and storage shed. On
beautiful fenced % acre in-town
Williston. Washer, dryer, refrig-
erator, stove and central air.
$6000. 352-371-6691. tfnf

2 BRI2 .BA DOUBLE WIDE,
1200 square feet with large' front
porch and large storage shed on
beautiful fenced %/ acre in-town
Williston. Central air, gas heat,
refrigerator, s tove. $65,000.
S352-371-6691. tfnf .

CHIEFLAND- 10 ACdES nice-
ly treed, ccompletelyyfenced &
cross fenced. Eight dog pens,
neat, well-maintained 3/2 28x28
MH with 2 yr old new metal roof.
COMPLETEi.Y FUjRNISHED
with tvs and appliances. MOTI-
VATED SELLER. 321-723-7380
or 321-258-2504 cell.

FREE: 37" HD FLAT SCREEN
TV with your new manufac-
tured home frorn Better Homes
of Gainesville. Home and Land
packages available now! Call
(352)262-4807

TRAD;E-INS~ WELCOMEl~ No
down payment for land owners.
C~all Prestige Home Centers,
Chiefland. 1-800-477-2492 or
352-493-2492: tffnb

FOR SALE BY OWNER: Single-
wide mobile home, 16x80, with
3 bedrooms, 2 Ibaths, air condi-
tioner, shingled roof. $14,000.00
Call (352) 318-9262

SICK OF WAITING?~ No Mid-
dle Man here. Factory Direct
.Homes starting at $39,995.00.
Call for details. Prestige Hom
Centers. 1-800-477-2492 or
352-493-2492. tfnb .

412 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. 352-486-033

2001 IfWMH 3 bed/2 bath, large
on 3 Iots,.pavedd. road,' fenced in
Trenton. $73,000. Call 221-2649
ownerlagent

REiAL WESTERN CEDAR
HOMES START NG AT$69,995.
What are you waiting for? Pres-
tige Home Centers, Chiefland. 1-
800-477-2492 or 352-493-2492. tinb

BEST PRICE IN CHIEFLAND
- Fish, boat, golf, right in your
neighborhood or camp and
hike at Manatee Springs, plus
.own this 2/2 DW newly remod-
Seled. Furnished, appliances and
washer/dryer included. CHA,
Florida room, screened porch,
boat port & covered carport on a
nice corner lot. $59,'900. Owner
- 352-493-7211.

EZ FINANCING AVAILABLE.
No Pressure Here. With Pay-
ments starting~at $150 3i-week-
ly. Free Credit Check. Call Now!
Prestige Home Centers 1-800-
477-2492 or 352-493-2492.tfnb

FOR SALE 4 % ACRES, 2 BR/
2BA DOUBLEWIDE: screened-
in front poch, lo ted near i n

Zoned for animals or split prop-
erty into 4 pieces. $120,000.
Call 352-538-1845. tfnf

,F at osor Sale

1-1/4 ACRE~ WILLISTON


IMORRISTION. Well, Septic
and Power already in place!
Scattered trees. Nice nieighbor-
Nod C) erE Fancing!3N90/
mo. Total $34,900.00. Call 352-
215-1018.


1B 4tifuACR woded pBRce ju~sO f
paved street. Owner Financingl


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FREEE CLtASSIFIED AD


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offer to run free classified ads and our desire
to help our community during these har
times, tle L~evy County Journal is extending
the offer to INDIVIDUALS ONLY. We will
continue to take Ifree ads until. Dec. 3.1, 2008.
Ads must be limited to 30 words or less;
charge of $. 10 per word over 30 words. TH
DEADLINE FOR YOUR ADS IS MONDAY
BY NOON for the next Thursday edition,
FREE advertisers must provide their name,
address, and telephone number to the Levy
County Journal as is required of any
advertiser.
We regret that we cannot make the ocff~er
available to realtors or large commercial
companies as our space is limited. This offer
also does not apply to legal notices or
advertising, nor to advertisements
from governmental entities.
COntact US Mon.-Fri., 9-5, at
the Chiefl~and office at
490-4462 or the Bronson office at:
486-2312 or email us at
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afoaant Lots

NO DOWNPAYMENT! Only
$256/mo. Total $24,900.00.
Call 352-215-1018.

5 ACRES WILLISTON Well,
Septic and Power already in
place. Beautiful country set-
ting with Oak Shaded home-
site. Fenced Perfect for
horses. Owner Financing!
NO DOWN PAYMENT! Only
$876.69/mo. Total $99,900.00.
Call 352-215-1018.

1%/ ACRES, $19,000. Lightly
wooded,' 2-miles from Williston
golf course; 10 minutes 0 Willis-
ton. Close to Gainesville/Ocala,
on SE 21St Place, only %/ mile
from SR 121. (352) 528-3886.

VACANT LOT FOR SALE: 5
acres, Bronson, Lot 176 Forest
Park, Unit 2, paved road, taxes
$500/yr. $75,000. (772) 9~71-
3997

1.25 ACRE LOT I'N BRONSON
off of CR337. Corner lot, par-
tially fenced with well, septic
and power pole. $28,000 OBO.
S(352)- 682-9659.

1 ACRE of land with septic and
power pole, has pump wiring
and 8x10 shed. .$28,000. Call
(352) 682-8099.

5 ACRES SOUTH OF BRON-
SON off 337, Fox:Grove Farms
Equestrian Commnunity. Well &
slab, 3 miles south of Willard's
Restaurant: 89K' negotiable-
May trade for M~arion .County-
352-245-3257 home, 954-294-
7260 cell. tfnf

2%/ ACRES COMMERCIAL with
residential option, 1 mile north of
Chiefland lirriits on paved~ street.
Cleared, well, septic, $45,000.
352-493-2028, -352-949-1937.
tfnf


f~y or Sale

Fred's almost New Furniture',
LLC, 17 South Main (US 19).
353-493-0004.

60" FINISH CUT Trail mower,
14.5 hp Briggs engine $500.
352-727-9165.

MARY KAY MAKEUP. Call Ger-
aidine Ross at (352) 490-5185
or email to geriross@bellsouth.
net.

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

ELVIS PRESLEY' collector
plates Looking At A Legend".
Set of 16 plates numbered and
Sin the original boxes with pa-
: perwork. $400.00 Call 35?-486-
6237.

48" ROUNDGLASSWROUGHT
iron table with 4 padded match-
ing chairs; like new, purchased
setfor $700.00, asking $300.00;
please contact Carol W~ilso~n in
the evenings at (352) 332-0701.

COLLECTOR PLATES: Mary
Poppins Set (6 plates) in original
boxes writh~ paperwork.$150.00.
Cinderella Set (8 plates) in
original boxes with paperwork,
$200.00. Call 352-486-6237

APPLIANCES FOR SALE:
Gas range, $75.00; GE washer,
$75.00. Trenton/Newbjerry area.
813-731-9328.

POOL ABOVE GROUND -
round,~ 31' diameter, 4.5' deep.
$2000 OBO. 352-949-6887. .

OLDER UiSED WASHER AND
DRYER, $50 each; apartment-
sized electric stove, like new,
retail $700, cash price $300.
Call 706-401-2475 If no answer,
leave messagelphone number.

HUGE COLLECTION OF CE-
RAMIC COWS. .Call for more
details. (352) 490-7348


Wanlf~ted o lg
WANTED TO BUY small to me-
dium sized tractor with discs for
food plots. 352-828-2703 tfnf

WANTED HOME OR MOBILE,
any size, location, condition.
Also want to. buy owners financ-
ing. Call Fred at 352-726-9369.
Inverness. 3/5f

WANTED TO BUY guns of any
kind,, up to $150.00 each. 352-
949-5601. tfnf .
:

QIXIE MONUMENTS- Serv-
ing ,North Central FI for over
a decade. -Featurihg beautiful
brbnze; marble & granite monu-
`ments iri many colors & styles
Choose from 100's of designs
u et u cusd Weig ana i
est techriology in laser etchings
& can also inscribe final dates
& lettering, at the cemetery. Lo-
cated at 1471 NE 512 Ave. (be-
hind McCrab 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 8120109p

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 412109p

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

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

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

100S NEW & USED TIRES,~ all
sizes, r cl ding low 6prolw& tru k

tires. Call Dennis at (352)493-
0303or (352)214-4748.

LEATHER COUCI & CHAIR.
Large desk. China cabinet. Oth-
er misc. household items & fur-
niture. (352)463-1532.

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

BEDS, TABLE & CHAIRS,
Chests, Sofas, Loveseats, Re-
cliners, Dressers, China cabi-
nets, Bar Stools, Accessories
ad a#c dhbnre,s ,e tyw u td
. tress sets, all sizes. Vickie &


ALL FOR SALE:, lightweight
Abllapsible wheelchair, $100;
Revere Silver casket (contract)
Batesville w/lvory Drexel crepe
inside, 18gauge steel, new
$3000, for sale $1.500. (-352)
529-2645. ftfn .

P. COMPLETE GOLF CLUB
SETS: Both for $100. 352-542-
8986. ftfn

1994 DORSEY FLATBED
TRAILER: 45 foot, $5700.00
obo. 352-258-1830. ftn

SELF CONTAINED BACKHOE:
2007 Montana, 3-point hitch
hookup. $4500.oo obo 352-
542-1210. ftfn

8 FT ELECTRIC AIR HOCKEY
.fABLE: Commercial ,$550.00
352-542-1210. ftfn

TOOLS FOR SALE: Bench
Table sawlstand, 13 amp, 3 hp,
$250. Carbine blade. Also have
,computer, just 100 hours on it.
$250. 352-493-1919. ftfn

CAR' HAULER: with tire rack
and winch, double axie, $1150
obo (352) 542-2878.ftn

QUEEN BEDROOM SUITE:
'Complete 4-piece set with all
the bedding. Pecan wood finish,
excellent condition, $800. 352-
493-0678. ftfn

4- 265-70-17 GOOD YEAR
TIRES on stock 6 spoke
GMC aluminum rims,, less than
1400 miles. $650. 949-1940
tfnf

12' TANDEM AXLE enclosedd
utility trailer like new, $2500; 29

Aisteret eem axce mnt cni
tion, $8500. 352-619-0282 tfnf

CMHANiGINsG TALAlD n I
color. $225.00 obo 352-486-
1624, 256-6256 ifnf

JON35DhEoEu GTR 4 0 4
352-498-8023 fnf

TRANE 1 TON HEATIAc


sor and handler included, $700
obo 352-317-0056 tfnf

EARTHWORM CASTINGS*
Organic compost, $5 for 30 lbs.
Excellent for gardens, potted
pla~nts ay ng th~a0 gr~o3 32


Auuction :

DIXIE LAN AUCTION (old drive
in), every Saturrday *at 6:30.
General merchandise. Eve y
3rd Sat is Uodsala ngAt 2c

(352)21 3-6019 or (352)498-
0582 10%BP

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


POI & Anirme
CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES 1
white m~ale, 1 brown female, 10
wekst ntP.35502 ech Call fr

AKC MINIATURE SCHNAU-
ZER PUPS: Pennsylvania-bred,

sored, 3 shhsots.$3a5n0d
352-486-5757. tfnf


BUSINESSS


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Pot & AnIIiml 1

DOBERMAN PUPS AKC REG.:
Parents on premises, 1 male, 2
females, red/rust. Health Cer-
tificates, shots, ear crops and
-tail docks done. $700.00. (352)
447-5142. ftfn

,HAPPY TAILS SOCIAL CLUB
-ANIMAL AND PET RESCUE is
Sin need of fencing posts, wood,
and volunteers for our new
home. Call (352) 493-0252 or
l(352) 542-0269 for details. ftfn

8 COCKATIELS: sex unknown
:$25.00 each. 352-493-7990. ftfn

r LAB PUPPIES REGISTERED:
.With health certificates, 8 weeks,
all colors, $400 negotiable. (386)
935-3825. ftfn

L OVE BIRDS DUTCH BLUE:
f6 months old $1.00 for 3 birds.
.(352) 463-8932. ftn

AKC REGISTERED ENG-
lLISH BULLDOGS:. For sale
.for $800. Raised in beautiful
.environment, full bloodline, cur-
rent on their shots and vaccina-
tions. Health condition is per-
Sfect. (863) 644-5614 or email
,paulsmth250@gmail.com.tfnf

THREE SNAKES: '2 Pythons,
Sone corn snake. (352) 493-1751
-tftnf

ROTTWEILER AKC: $75.00,.
I altered male, 3 years old, house
,,trained, watch dog, fenced yard.
(352) 472-4946 tfnf

AKC BOSTON TERRIER PUP-
-PIES: 1 male, 1 female, $500.00
5 each. Will have all shots and
Stormed when order is placed
0(352) 490-1796. tfnf

2 TEACUP YORKIE PUPPIES:
T FREE TO GOOD HOME. Vet
checked, very friendly, contact at
t jerryjones024@gmail.com ftn

e BOXER PUPS: $300 with health
.certificates. 4 females/3 males,
,all fawn w/black mask, white
blaze: down nose. Call Amanda
352-494-93;08; if no answer,
'leave message please. ftfn



TENNESSEE WALKING
HORSES FOR SALE:. Have un-
,trained gelding and broodmares
.some with training but, not rid-
den lately. Must be good homes
only. Prices vary. 386-935-2880
; or 386-854-0331.ftn

-2 YEAR OLD ANGUS BULL -
.hand raised from 3 days old, big
Spent or breeder, $800 OBO. 352-
- 486-6840 tfnf

.GOATS FOR SALE Nubian,
f Fainters and mults.kAllaclows, al'

D ers, prices vary. Williston area.
hCall afternoon and evening.
,352-529-25251 cell 352-598-
3366

S PAINT MARE- 6 YEARS OLD.in
d excellent shape, tri-color: red,
-white, and black. $750. (352)
c 220-9911

lFOR -RENT, SEASONAL OR
. YEARLY: 6-stall barn and ef-
ficiency APARTMENT on 10
acres. New stall floors, hot/cold
:~ washrack, roundpen, good foot-


livestock
ing, paddocks. 352-528-3895
Walnut Cove Farm. tfnf

SORREL & WHITE GELDING:
Registered 4-year-old paint,
$1800. Call Wes at (352) 221-
0001 ftfn

BABY CHICKS $2.00: Sever-
Sal breeds; all heavy brown egg
layers. $2.00 each. (352) 463-
6081. ftfn


TO EatGo Tig
GRAIN FED BEEF for the
Freezer. No hormone's or im-
plants. $1.50/Ib live weight,
plus slaughter, cut & wrap. Ev-
ergreen Farm (352)498-7087 or
(352)542-71 35.

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

SWEET POTATOES for sale.
Call (386) 623-2794 or (352)
48'6-6161 and please leave a
message.

SWAMP CABBAGE Large
$6'.00; mullet $1.00 per pound.
Place orders by noon on Thurs-
days. (352) 628-2325; (352)
486-6612; (352) 422-1964. ftfn

I'8rlHr01H IS
COASTAL HAY: Horse ~qual-
ity, 5' rolls, net wrapped, $50.00
Tif Bahia $35; T-9 bahia seed,
$1.50. 352-213-3365 tfnf



2001 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE
GT, Call Rex (352)493-4297,
can see at White Ford $4,997

2007 PONTIAC GRAND P'RIX,
$12,995 can see at White Ford
or call Stan (352)493-4297

2008 JEEP LIBERTY $15,998,
can see` at W~hite I'ord or call
Stan at (352)493-4297~

2007 FORD ESCAPE #1811,
$15,998 call Stan (352)493-
4297 or come see at Whiite Ford
irr Chiefland.

2007 FORD ESCAPE, leather,
sunroof, $15,995. Call DJ at
(352)493-4297 or come see at
White Ford.

2007 FORD TAURUS, 2 to
choose from. $9,998 call Ken or
Stop by White Ford.

2008 MAZDA 6, door, $14,995.
SCall DJ (352)493-4297 or stop
by White Ford today to see!

HO02 HONDA SHADOW A E,2

bar, Cobra exhaust jetted, wind-
shield, looks brand new, garage
kept. 352-528-9502, $4500
OBO:

'93 FORD DUALLY, 7.3 liter
diesel. 352-316-0831.

2001 DODGE RAM, reg cab,
auto, extra clean, great trucks
$3,500 (352)231-1977.

1996 CHEVY SUBURBAN
4x4, third row seats,' dual AC,
fully loaded, 140k miles. $3,500
(352)231-1977~












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The Levy County Journal
e hT County Paper, Est. 1923 y
.

CLASSIFIED


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BELL CIUIE;STBURY


7 /12 N. Main. St. Chiefla.nd


Higher S~tandard Deduction

for Real Estate Taxes
Your standard deduction is increased by any state and local real estate taxes
you paid in '2008. Up to $500 ($1,000 if married, filitig jointly). The taxes
ust be state or local real estate taxes- that would be deductible on Form
1040 (Schedule A) if you were. itemizing your deductions. Taxes deductible
in arriving at adjusted gross income, such as taxes on business real estate
and taxes on foreign real estate, cannot be used to increase your standard
deduction.

CORPORATION EXTENVSIONS
~Corporation filing deadline is by the 15t4 day of the third month~ following
the close of its tax yrear. A corporation must continue to file until it is
dissolved.

Form 7004 extends the deadline six months. A second extension is not
available. Ali extension to file does not extend the time for pitying );ax.


J&B Satellite, Inc. *352-486-1800

Locally Owned & Operated *Bronson & Tri-County Area

SProgramnmin offer: requk partldpation In Dlgmtl Home Advantage with 24month commitment. Alftr promotoapeodutoemutaltoowgderthnurntriswllppy MnhPormmgCrd Rqksubcptiona tolol qualifying prgamig.utoe recive ao credita for eachuln ofir thel first. 6~nhPg m lgnbl~Ibdnnow ~ months. Crdit amount will dependon progrmming package slectd. 3-Monh Pnremum: Cusomer re-

the account. Offer end 7/31/09 and is availabit in the cntisnenal United State for new, firt-time DISH Network resdential customer. AllI prices, packgags and programming subject to diange without noltie. Local and state sale taxs may apply. Whee applicble, equpmet renal fee and programming are taxed separately. MII DIH Netwok programmlng, and any other servkes that are proided, are subjec to the terms and condions of the pro-
motioal agrement and ilesdertlal Cstomer Algrement, available at www.dishnetwo.rkom or upon requst, Sodal Securiy Numnbers are usd to obtain cedit scors and will not be releasd to third parties except for veriiation and colleion purpose only or if requirdbgoemntlahrtisAl ricmrkadtrade rs beon tomtna theiril~r reseciv owners. 36'ad(max*~ are serma~ be marks ofd Hometir Bo fieic 20ODIc.A T O IEDRT IE


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PPlaCe lOur FREE Yard Sale Listing Today!r
~u7e at the Levy County Jour-nal believe in community and we
C have decided to continue our FREE classified ads to individuals
in the community INDEFINITELY. This is one way we can
/help our community to sell and buy in the midst of a difficult
economy. Just call or email the ad to us and we will run it 'til
\ou sell it. Ads must' be limited to 30 w~ords: or less: a charge of
5.0 pO er wvord o\ er 30j w\ords. THE DE ADL INuE FOR YOUR
A~D IS MIONDAYI BY' NOON fo~r the fo-llow ~ing Thursday
edition. FREE adiertisers must provided their name. address, arid
tele~phoner number to the Lety\ Coun~n JournarlI as is required-of
an\ adiertiser.

0Ies C'ontaer us hlon.-Fri.. 9-5. ait the Chiefland office atr -190-4462 or
1_ ~the Bronson office at 486-2312 or emnail us at
Sclassifiedsk lelyjournalurnlcom.m


Automobiles
350 1-ton dually. Western haul-
er bed, toolbox; and extra gas
tank. Two-door, bucket seats
front, bench seat in back. Cum-
mins Diesel. $3,000.00. 352-
528-5221 tfnf
1994 271 CHEVY 4X4: New
mno wardantransmisstions sti l
brakes. Too much to list, $4800
obo. Call Katrina (352) 542-
.3013, 578-4545.tfnf
1991 CHEVY VN: Runs good;
new tires; new brakes; well
maintained. i $1,700..00 (352)
949-5025. tfnf
'89 DO G erFU SIZE:w 5

dows. Needs U-joints. Motor runs
great. $700.00 obo. (342) 486-1 285.
'98 EDDIE BAUER EDITION
FORD EXPLORER Burgun-
dy/champagne 6 cylinder, very
3od c502ition. 3500 Ask for


2 D: Geal 101 G~mnRm AhSeeLsE
ea1k /hi, eclen~t condi r n
A/C; power windows, locks, driv-
er seat; premium sound system
installed with optional subwoof-
00,.er ie5 vei, asekin
message. ftfn
2002 HONDA SHADOW ACE 750:
maroon..and black; 4700 mi, Leath-
edlyke sadeas K feric

jetl gt arage kept, excellenteeondition,
Sgreatlooking bkei~asking $4000,(352)
S5289502,leaveme~ssage~ilfn
2006 CHEVY MALIBU MAXXO V6:
automatic, 41k, mainly highway mibes,
~black, moon roof, cloth interior, well
mantained vehicb, pwr windows, pwr
bocks, remote starter, kept in carport,
reart seals foki down, asidng $11,000,
(352)5289502, lavem~essage. ffn


hidden goose neck hitch, power'brake
control, powenir locks, cluib control,
cloth interior, 69k mi, asking
$15,400, (352)528-9502, ftn


I Or Tr8110
WILL TRADE CLAMS for beef,.
chicken porke or veggies. Call
(352)493-4921 or(352)318-1716


1999 19' STRATUS BASS
BOAT, 150hp Evinrude, trolling
motor, and many extras $6,000
(352)231-1977.
HOUSEB~OA 'FR SALE: 40
X 14', most all riggings, 80-gal
holding tank. re rierrat rgs

fOmac/dc wirig wtr ha e,

12' FIBERGLS HULL WITH
TRAILER & wood prop, no mo-
toro ae $500; also two 15-
g II n fbe glass fu'el tanks. $50
each 352-490-7037tfnf

~Calmpers &R
199230o'DUTCHMAN5t wheel,
clean, 1. slide-out. $5000 obo.
Call (352) 258-2702.

SATVs
POL.ARIS 4-WHEELER, 2004.
$2,000 OBO. Call 352-486-
4555 to come out and see after
6 p.m.
MOTORCYCLEL FO;RSALE:
1998 Harley Davidson Sport-
ster, midnight blue, saddlebags, ~
sissybar, $3,500 oho. Call 352-
538-7573.

HONDA 1990, XL 250.8: on/off
road. 8,097 miles, excellent con-
dition. $695. 352-490-7037tfnf

i:- EqWiDmeOR
CASE TRACTOR 300B GAS
MOTOR: Triple range trans-
mission, old but runs good
.$1,800 00 '(352) 528-5221. tfnf


Accounting
Tax Service,


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'78 CA~DDY COUP de VILLE:
Low i~mile~s. Everything works.
Garage kept. $2900.00 (352)
S542-8986. ftfn
2002 MERCURY GRAND MAR-
QLJIS, loaided, cleart, road-trip
ready. Call Rex 'at (3652) 493-
4297 #5951 at White Ford.

-2007. QHRYSI.ER PT CRUISER
$899 C:all- Rex at (352) 493-
4297- #5951 at White Fwld,
2007 DODGE CALIBER SXT,
sunroof, $11,991. Call Rex at
(352) 493-4297: #5951 :at White
Ford.


i1991: CUSTOM-BUILT F@nI


2003 CHEVY 2500HDi EX TEND-
ED CA;B: 6.0L engine, automatic,
4WD; aluminurkflRat bed 8j'6" x~with


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BUSINESSS


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A~utomoilot
TRUCK FOR SALE; long bed,
72 x 100 inches. Call 352-528-
4190.

1997 Dodge 110-inch wheel-
base (short), 5-passenger win-
.dow van, have owned since
1998. Good condition. Driven

oe (A52 4 3- 90;$ 00dl (3
586-4987.
WE BUY JUNK :CARS. &
TRUCK (352) 558-4396, 497-
113. ffr.. .. ...
HOT ROD $1500 OBO; ALSO
a 350 Chevy engine $2700 ~
bb02 079 Dodge Ram p ckup .

1989. CHEVY .2500:' $800 obo;
'89' F250 parts truck motor
runs, $400 obo. (352J2783741.fifn
'98 SATURN SE: 4 cylinder, 27
mpg, 138K miles, rebuilt motor
and transmission.. Runs great.
$207 352) 46-469. ftfnWTH
P RCHE ENGINE: and 78 VW

20d00 CHEVY CAVALIER: 2-
dopr, white, auto; 92K .miles,
2hwr om-51 cn tion. $3500


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Play ball! Area.youth programs hit the diamond


The Levy County Jour l


levyjournalonline.com


March 19, 2009


The County Paper, Est. 1923


Players from Martin Orthodontics minor division team enter the field.
ra* e 1


Tori Fisher and Dylan Stewart enter the field Saturday as part of the "Clamtastics"
team from Cedar Key.


CAAA trots out nearly 500
Story and photos by~ Rick Burnham he said. "I want to commend yoy, and
Editor all the volunteers, for investing in these
children. I am so pleased to~ work in an
Hundreds gathered at Strickland Park: area to where kids liave the priority. I
in Chiefiand Saturday~ for thek opening think that is special, and I think you ought
ceremonies of the. Chiefland A-rea to give yourselves handd"
Athletic Aissociation's:y-outh Ibaseball Weatherford said a few' words about
program. Nearly ,500 youngsters; most the CAAA.
accomnpanie~d by at least one parent, got "We are a nonprofit organization," he
their seasons .off to a rousing start, with said. "We run the athletics for Chiefland.
CAAA president. Wayne Weatherford Our -orgainization. serves baseball,
natrating thle showv. .. basketballa, softball, soccer we do it all.
:'ChieflandiPolice Chief Robert Douglas Cheerleading, football.''
threw out the first pitch of the season, a He: atmounced several fundraisers that
symbolic start to the summer fo~r 25 teams :were going on during the day~, including
representing five, different divisions of the awiar~ding ofa big-screen TIV, courtesy
play: Bandeleros,' T-Ball, Rookie, Minor' of Sears, and a number of fundraisers.
and M~ajor. "We. don't do a lot of fundraisers. ~We
Itouglas spoke of the special bond the try not to beat you to death," he said. "But
city of Chi'efland has with its youngsters, those baskets are each one valued at more
a borid he said was easy .to see at than $100. Please help support the league.
Strickland -Park. .The money goes directly to our children.
"'I stand here and I see~ this thing': We 'continue to grow, and it is through
getting bigger and bigger every year,'.' your efforts that it is possible."


Hinote Electric, coached by. Billy HWinote, enters the field,


Jacob Kline of Built Wright Custom
Homes takes fielding practice.


~nier or police re
-oui the first pitch.


ns for fi rst


Bro: son community cmes together to support teams

`story and photos by Terry Witt
Staff Writer eB
The Bandoleros, a league for the tiniest baseball b FbL
:players in the Bro~nson area, debuted Saturday as
part of a fu~nd-raiser for the Bronson High School
varsity girls' softball team.
Jimmy Durden, the: softball commissioner for
the Bronson Youth League, said the little tykes
don't have their uniforms yet, but they came with a r c Ii, "
:plenty of enthusiasm .
The players are~ supposed to. be a minimumn
of 4t years old, but on Saturday there were a few
inl the 2 V2- to ~3-ear-old range. They had just as
much funny singing at the ball on the tall t~ee~ as
their older playmates.-
"Y'ou look at these kids. We've been working
with them ~two weeks and they're running the
bases on their own," he said.
Next week they will start the eight-week season 8ai
with uniforms.
Some~ of the children were so young they were .1 9 IS
running the bases while holding the hands of their
mothers. It iv~as clear that they w~ere ha\ ing a ball.j
The smiles and the' excited jumping were proof.
Durden said the league provides great family
atmosphere on a Saturday morning.
"Mainly it's to get the parents' involved and
give the young 'uns something to doon Saturday," Logan Kurt, 4, takes dead aim at a ball as it sits on a tee. He .any Combo, 3, is all smiles as she ru
he said. missed a couple of times, but finally got a hit. base after getting a solid hit.


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