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By Terry Witt
Staff Writer

The question of whether the Levy County
Commission should join a tri-county water authority
or form a countywide ,organization of its own with
the county's eight cities wasn't resolved at Tuesday's
commission meeting, with the board taking a wait and
see approach.
Board members approved a motion by
Commissioner Danny Stevens to wait to see if
the county's eight municipalities respond 'to the'
Nature Coast Regional Water Authority's (NCRWA)
invitation to join the organization.
Depending on the response, commissioners at
the next board meeting will decide whether to take
part in NCRWA, which consists of Gilchrist and
Dixie Counties and their municipalities, and Fanning
Springs, or form a county wide water authority in which
all eight Levy County cities would be members.
Stevens noted that Williston City Attorney Norm
Fugate, who is also Chiefland's attorney, was to make
a presentation to the Williston City Council Tuesday
night, giving the board the history of the NCRWA as
well as Chiefland's opposition to joining, and outline
the board's options.
See Water,- Page 2A.


By Terry Witt
Staff Writer

The Levy County Health Department received
its first shipment of vaccine for the H1N1 swine flu
virus on Oct. 13, but the illness is already making its
presence known in Levy County schools.
Health Department Director Barbara L~ocke said
242 students in county public schools have been sent
home with flu symptoms since Aug. 24.
Statistics compiled by the health department
indicate 216 of those students showed symptoms ~of
swine flu while; 26 had symptoms of seasonal flu.
Those numbers are not based on testing but rather on
symptoms.
"The truth is I would call it all swine flu," Locke
said.
The first boxes of vaccine containing 300 injections


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night. For more on the festivities, see Pages 8-9B. For more on the game, see Page lB.
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and 300 nasal mist units are being given to people
in the highest priority categories. They are pregnant
women, people who live with or care for children
younger than 6 months, health care and emergency
service personnel, people who are 6 months to 24
years of age, and people ages 25-64 who are ait high
risk because of chronic health disorders or have a
coripromised immune system due to medical therapy
or disease.
The statistics for students sent home with flu
symptoms may not give a completely accurate picture
of how many students' may have been sick with swine
flu or seasonal flu. Some schools paid greater attention
to data gathering than others. .
"Bronson has the highest numbers, but they
probably had the best data keepers," LIocke said.
Bronson Elementary' School reported 65 children
sent home with swine flu symptoms and Bronson


Middle High School 44 students.
By comparison, WillistonHigh School reported only
one student sent home with swine flu symptoms and
one sent home with seasonal influenza symptoms.
Williston Principal John Lott said the school had
not been hit hard by the flu until Monday when several
faculty members went home sick. He wasn't sure if
they were sick with the flu. The school scrambled to
find teachers to cover the classes of the sick teachers.
"We were really hit harder by the Un~iversity of
Florida homecoming parade than the swine flu," Lott
said.
Statistics show a slow spike ini the number of flu
cases in schools, Locke said. The number of flu cases
leveled off but increased again the past two weeks.
Locke said part of the challenge of gathering flu

See H1N1, Page 3A


rep off to a g-ood start
ranking member puts me in a position to bring
to attention things in agriculture that affect our
`i lives. I am very excited about that and expect to
be able to get in and make a difference. It is one
thing when the subjects are introduced and you
talk about what it introduced andl something
I entirely different when you have the ability
tk ~ pesoaly ffcts.to add to that situation and discuss items that
One ~proposed bill that could dramatically
e., affect small communities concerns court clerks
and the staffs and budgets they utilize. Bembry
;says control of those resources belongs in the
communities in which they serve.
"When the state starts designating to our
Clerks the way this bill talks about doing, it is
Sthe first step in the wrong direction," he said.
Ibry "At what point in time will they come in here
and say, 'Now that we have talked about the
clerks and the court situation, let's talk about your budget and
your constitutional offcers?' The best government we have is the
one closest to the people. I ivant to maintain our hometown clerk'
because he understands our problems a great deal better than the
people sitting in Tallahassee where I work."
Bembry intends to get out of the capital city as much as
possible, speaking to the citizens around District 10 about the
key issues that matter the most. The time is now, he added; for
citizens to say what is on their mind.
"Right now is the time of the year that if people have issues
out there that concern them, I want to hear from them," he said.'
"It is this time of year that we start formulating kind of where we
want to go, the initiatives that we want to approach the next year.


Most freshmen legislators would be satisfied
with simply learning the ropes during their
initial year of service. State Representative
Leonard Bembry of Florida's District 10,
which inch~ides Chiefland, learned the ropes
quicker than most.
And then he jumped in with both feet.
Bembry, who has offices in Chiefland,
Madison ;and Tallahassee, ,spoke briefly of
his experiences during that all-important first
session, .and detailed the key opportunities he
sees ahead in the second year.
Bembry said that in order to take full
advantage of those opportunities, one must
understand the process of how legislation is
passed.


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House of Representatives, knowledge is power," he said. "If
you kn~ow enough about the rules process, it will put you in a
position where you can get a lot more accomplished. If a person
understands the process and understands the rules, they can slow
that process or increase it, all by virtue of what they do as a
legislator."
Bembry has evidently been a quicly study, as his recent
appointment as the Democratic ranking member of the
Agricultural and Natural Resources Policy Committee would
suggest. The appointment is a rare feat for a freshman, and will
make future legislative opportunities even inore important.
"That committee sets the policy and sets the pace as to what
is going on in agriculture as far .as the legislative process is
concerned in the state of Florida," he said. "The appointmentI as


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Williston Elementary School

The first Friday in October found
parents, grandparents, and guardians
galore flocking to the multipurpose
room at Williston Elementary School
for the first ceremony of the 2009-10
school' year, honoring the September
2009 Students ofthe Month. .
Teachers select students in one
of three categories -academics,
most improved and citizenship ~- and
each student receives a certificate
acknowledging the accomplishments
which garnered that particular award.
Beginning with the third grade,
~each classroom teacher is followed by
the three names of the award winners
in~ parentheses with the recipient for
academics listed first, most improved
listed second and citizenship listed third.
If the teacher did not select a winner in a
category, there is a dlank (--).
3~ raigrajg Corrie Braley (Kami
Mc`Cornick, Josh Rouse and Jermon
Collins); Melanie Clubb (Erjcha Turner,
--- and Stephanie Richardson); Hillary
Cribbs (Race Battle, --- and Trinity
Knapp); Cheryl Callawaiy (Merinna
Alvarez, --- and Jessica Bloom);
Mary Guinsler' (Joseph 'Sistrunk, --
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(Michael Robinson, Dylan Spinelli
and. Hanna Garboski); Beth McLean
(Brett Serven, Tristan Hayes and Justin
Marshall); Kristen Pegler (Caitlyn Fries,


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The Nature Coast Regional Waiter Authority was planning to meet at 2 plm.
Wednesday at. the Fanning Springs City Hall tot discuss ongoing activities`. The
meeting was open to the public and county commissioners were expected to send
a representative. -
Stevens' motion followed discussion of a letter from the City of Chief land asking
the county commission to check the support of the county's eight municipalities
on forming a joint Levy County government utility authority to ensure the county
retains "full control over home grown and home owned resources" within the
Suwannee River and Southwest Florida water management districts.
The City of Chief land has concerns about the NCRWA transferring water from
the Chiefland area to communities in Gilchrist and Dixie counties. Chiefland had
originially proposed selling water to Trenton and Fanning Springs through a local
agreement. The twlo cities backed away from that proposal.
.When Dixie County entered the picture, the NCRWA was created and' its
members; now include Bell, Trenton~, Gilchrist County, Dixie Coulnty, Cross City
and Fanning Springs. The organization also wants Chiefland-to join and was asked
by the Levy County Commission to contact every city in the county to determine
if they had an interest in joining.
Stevens asked at Tuesday's meeting if there was any possibility of placing
Levy County under one water management district by forming a countywide
water authority. County Attorney Ann Baste Brown said the Suwannee River
Water Management District and Souithwest Florida Water Management District
would retain their regulatory powers even if the authority were formed.
Chiefland City Manager Grady Hartzog presented commissioners with a page
from their comprehensive plan calling on the county to protect its water resources,
to support Local Sources First legislation, to oppose transfer of water from Levy
County to locations outside the county. It also calls on the county to consider
par~tic pation in a regional water authority.


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H1N1, from Page 1A

statistics in high schools is that older students are less
likely to go to the in-school clinics to report they are
sick. Some call home and ask their parents to come
get them. Many have driver's licenses and can drive
themselves home if they receive parent permission.
Schools in the county provided a wide range of
statistics showing how many students were sent home
with flu symptoms.
Williston Middle School reported 11 students with
swine flu symptoms, 10 with seasonal flu symptoms;
Williston Elementary School 19 swine flu, 11 seasonal
flu; Joyee Bullock Elementary School 8 swine flu,
no seasonal flu; Cedar Key' School 4 swine flu, 2
seasonal flu; Chiefland Middle School 11 swine flu, no
seasonal flu; Summit School 2 swine flu, no seasonal
flu; Yankeetown School 18 swine flu, no seasonal flu;
Chiefland Elementary School 20 swine flu, 2 seasonal
flu; Chiefland High School' 12 swine flix, no seasonal~
flu.
Locke said she believes the schools have dampened
the outbreak of the swine flu by identifying students
who appear to have flu symptoms and sending them
home. She said educational efforts have also helped.
SStudents have been told to cover their inouth if they
cough and or their nose if they sneeze.
The health department learned last week that
hospital emergency rooms are seeing an increase in
the number of people arriving with flu symptoms.
"The hope is we will get the vaccines out there so
Swe can stop the spread," she said.
The health department is encouraging people to
call for appointments to be vaccinated. Even though
swine flu vaccine is limited for now, residents will
need appointments to receive the vaccine when it does'

Lce si heu hea department is planning to
have clinics in the county to vaccinate residents.
Bembry, from Page 1A

thAad hatsis im oant It is in otan so po st
all about. I can't be anybody's representative unless I
have input. So I am out encouraging people to have a
conversation, to talk about what Levy County needs
and how things are affecting their world.
The Chnristian Coalition of Florida obviously
thinks Bembry is taking care of Levy County's
needs just fine. The group recently presented the
Hamihon County native with a "Faith and Family
Award," given annually to state legislators who,
~with their vote, strengthen issues the group says
are key to a strong Christian life. Among them: the
institution of marriage, protecting~ innocent human
life, strengthening the family, protecting religious
freedom', returning education to local and parental
control, and easing the tax burden on families, among
others,
Bembry was one of 22 representatives and seven
state senators who were judged perfect by the CCF.
"What makes me so proud of this is that we voted
our conscience," he said. "We were concernedrabout
representing the heart and-soul values of the people in
our district. We wound up in that process getting an
award froin the Christian Coalition, which for me is
very significant."


Story and photo by Terry Witt
Staff Writer

If the heavy rains this summer ruined a picnic or
two or wiped out an occasional softball game, it had
the opposite effect on the county's peanut fields.
County Agricultural Extension Agent Anthony
Drew estimated peanut production averaged about
3,300 pounds to 3,400 pounds per acre.
"I wouldn't be surprised if this would be the best
crop in several years," Drew said.
He said several farms in Levy, Dixie and Gilchrist
.Counties. produced more than -5,000 pounds per
acre,
Asked the reason for the good yields, Drew
'responded, "We had plenty of rain."
Although most of the peanuts have been picked, a
few farmers, including Francis Walker of Chief land,


By Terry Witt
Staff Writer

Chiefland has long -operated its own municipal
water supply system, but a new player has emerged
on the political scene that Mayor Teal Pomeroy
believes is intent on tapping the stame water supply
Chiefland uses and transferring it to Dixrie and
Gilchrist Counties. ,
The city received letters in October fronri the
Nature Coast Regioital Water Authority and one of
its member cities, Fanning Springs, urging Chiefland
to join the authority and becolpe members with Dixie
and Gilchrist County, Trenton, Bell, Cross City and
Fanning Springs. .-
At the city commission meeting Oct. 12, Pomeroy
made it clear he believes Fanning Springs and
NCRWA want the city to join, the authority because
"they want to get our water,"
The NCRWA has listed a 120-acre parcel adj oining
the Chiefland's newest well site as a potential
wellhead for /the tri-county organization. Pomeroy ~
said the NCRWA wants to pump water from site to
Gilchrist. and Dixie counties. He said they want the
water because it is high quality and would need little
treatment.
Randy Durden, chairman of the authority,
indicated in a recent Levy County Commission
meeting that the organization won't try to tap into
Levy County's water if the county is opposed. The
Levy County Commission is trying to gauge whether
there is interest in forming a Levy County water
authority, which would be independent of NCRWA.
Pomeroy said he recently talked to an official (he
declined to name) who toki him the concept of a Levy
County water authority won't be acceptable because
it would defeat the whole purpose of transferring
water to Gilchrist and Dixie counties.
"There's no doubt about the intention of the
(authority). They want our water," Pomeroy said.
Chiefland city commissioners have shown no
interest in joining the NCRWA and instead notified
the Levy County Commission in a Sept. 29 letter that
they yvould support the county commission forming


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formation of a countyy wide GUA in which 411l cities
within Levy County shall have equal participation.
WVE also ask for your input and direction in
this matter," Hartzog wrote. The Levy County
Commission has not responded to the letter.
The' Oct. 7 letter from ,Fan~ning Springs to
Pomeroy said the NCRWiA has a mission of providing
"cost effective wastewater service in critical areas;
ensuring a sustainable ;and reliable water supply for,
its members, and protecting natural resources.
"It. is the Aucthority'~s belief that a unified voice
has been and will continue to be a vital and critical
element in obtaining grants and avoiding competition
for limited water supplies," said Fanning Springs
Vice Chairman Stoney Smith in the letter.
The Suwannee River Water Management District
has promoted the formation~ of the NCRWA. District
officials say the NCRWA wotild be a way of
prioritizing who gets water in a water shortage, and
they also believe a tri-county authority would have
more political clout in applying for state and federal
funds to build water and wastewater pipelines.
Don Quincey, chairman of the SRWMD governing
board, argued at a recent county commission meeting
that the NCWRA would be a way to protect the water
needed for agriculture. Without the organization, he
believes agriculture would~ be the first to be shut
down in a water shortage.
- But Pomeroy said he doesn't believe agriculture in
Levy County would be protected by pumping water
from Levy~ Cocinty to Gilchrist and Dixie Counties,
"I would prefer them to develop water resources
themselves," Pomeroy said.





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A peanut combine scoops up dry vines on a 40-acre field off 110th St. near the Levy
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are continuing to harvest peanuts. The photographs
accompanying the story were taken Sunday.
1)rew estimates Levy County farmers grew about
10,000 to 12,000 acres of peanuts in 2009. Much of
it was grown on the east side of the county.
About eight to 10 farmers grow most of the
peanuts in Levy County.
The era of federal price supports for peanuts is
gone. Farmers are no longer guaranteed a certain
price for the crop. Farmers in today's market rely
on volunie to produce the lean profits they receive.
Much of the peanut land is leased by peanut
farmers.
Despite the size of the peanut farms, Drew said
no one is getting filthy rich from growing peanuts.
"It's a nice crop," Drew said. "But peanuts are
never -a windfall profit crop. You don't get rich in
peanuts. You just try to pay the bills."


a .Levy County Governmental Utility Authority
to supply the county and its cities with water. The
organization would have a similar function to
NCRWA, but it would exist exclusively in Levy
County and its members would be the Levy County
Commission and Levy County cities.
"The City of Chief land feels that the creation of a
GUA \v~ould best benefit the citizens of Levy County
by keeping our water resources within the confines
of Levy County," said Cityr Manager Grady Hartz~og
in the letter. "Furthermore the City of Chiefland
believes with the technical experience of the Levy
County municipalities~ and the Board of County
Commission, we can all work together to provide
water and sewer to all residents of the' county' and
keep the costs to a minimum."
'The letter to the county commission was` copied
to Fanning Springs, Bronson, Williston, ICnglis,
Cedar Key, Yankeetown, Otter Creek, the Suwannee
River Water Management Board of Directors and
the Southwest Florida Wrater Management District
Board of Directors.
The letter went on to, say that a Levy County
GUA would give the elected officials of the county
the ability to control water rates in each of its service
areas; that no outside authority would dictate yvhat
rates are charged to Levy County residents; that L~evy
County elected officials would decide how to operate
the board and how to govern; and "that we shall not
be forced to create another level of government with
taxing .authority to burden our citizens."
"The commissioners ~of Chiefland do honorably
request to join the Levy County Commission in the


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SARAH DANIELLE McARTHUR
Sarah Danielle McArthur, age 20, passed away
suddenly on Monday, Oct. 12, 2009.
Sarah was born in Pahokee, Fla., on Jan. 25~, 1989
to Thomas Willis McArthur Jr. and Yolonda Chapma '
SMcArthur. At age 10, Sarah and her family moved fr~om
Pahokee, Fla., to Williston, Fla., where she attended
school, played in the W.H.S. marching band and
graduated from Williston High in 2007. Sarah became
a Certified Nurses Assistant andl was studying Music
Production at Central Florida Community College.
She enjoyed playing the guitar and was very interested
and involved with mtisic.
She is survived by her parents, Tommy and
Yolonda McArthui-; her daughter, Cadence Harrell.
her boyfriend and daughter's father, Shawn Harrell
her two sisters, Bridgett Shettleroe and Jaci Mcl~rthur.
her paternal grandparents, Thomas and Gayle
McArthur; her maternal grandparents, Lawson and
Jo~yce Chapman.
A visitation was` held from 6-8 p.m. on Friday,
Oct.16, 2009, at Knauff Funeral. Home in Williston
Fla. Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. on Satfurday'
Oct. 17, 2009, at Knauff Funeral Home. Burial
followed service at Pleasant Hill Cemetery located in
Morriston, ~Fla. Arrangements were placed under the
care of Knauff Funeral Horn~e in Williston, Flai.

RONNIE DALE RHODES
Mr. Ronnie Dale Rhodes of Jena, Flb., passed away
at his home Monday, Oct. 12, 2009. He was 57.
Born in Conviay, S.C., Mr. Rhiodes moved to Jena in
1970. .He worked for the Florida Division ofForestry,
retiring Oct. 9, 2006, after 25 years. He served in the
United States Army and was a member of the Masonic
Lodge and the American Legion. Mr. Rhodes enjoyed
fishing and reading:
: He is survived by his wife of 35 years, Lavemne
Rhodes ofJena; son, Ronnie Blaine (Mary) Rhodes of
Ft. Carson, Colo.; datighter, Kelly (Mark) Chewning
,of Jacksonville, Fla.; brothei- Jerry Rhodes of Loris,
S.C.; sisters, Jeannie Shaffer of Steinhatchee, Fla.,
and Ila Faye Suggs of Gastonia, N.C., and five
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Friday, Oct. 16, 2009, at -


B~y Terry Witt
Staff Writer

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He noted that Circuit Judges Frederick Smith and Stan
Morris are retiring, along with Levy County Court Judge
Joseph Smith. .
Griffis said the Judicial Nominating Committee is
reviewing applications for Smith's position and will
soon send three to six names to Gov. Charlie Crist for
consideration.
He said a pool of 17 attorneys has applied to the Judicial
Nominating Committee for the circuit judgeships. The
committee will send three to 12 names to the governor.
SGriffis encouraged Rotarians to write to the governor
and explain who they want selected as the next judge.
Griffs said he has written to the governor and has found
him to be responsive.
GrifEfis described the attorneys as being excellent mn their
field of expertise
Griffis~ said he is also handling a, great number of


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dean ofAcademic Foundations. Giddis,
who has served as director of the
college's Levy Center since 1998 will
move to the.Ocala Campus to fill the
newly created position.
"Dr. Giddis has. done a terrific job
at the Levy Center. This will be a new
opportunity for her and I. appreciate
.her willingness ~to take on .this new
challenge," said Dr. Charles R.
Dassance, CFCC presiderit. "Dr. Giddis
has the experience and knowledge to
help us focus on improving the success
of our college prep students."
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Giddis will oversee Title III programs'
Student Support Services and the
College Success Jnstitute. These
programs focus on providing students
the topls they need to be able to perform
at a college level.
"I am honored to' hkve been offered
the opportunity to serve the college in
th~is important role," Giddis said. "This
was certainly a difficult decision as
it means I also leave a job I love in a
wonderful community. I~ feel fortunate
to have made many good friends and
colleagues ift Levy County and those
connections will remain with me."
Giddis has been employed by CFCC
since 1998 and has a doctorate in
Higher Education Leadership' from the
~University ofFlorida.
An announcement will be made
soon regarding the leadership of the
Levy Center.


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She was born on Jan. 5, 1954, in Fort Knox, Ky.,
to Noel and Dorothy Frost. She was of the Methodist
faith. She worked as an~ad designer at the Citrus
County Chronicle for many years. She has lived in
Crystal River, Fla., since 1975 moving there from
Largo, Fla. She loved to bowl and enjoyed collecting
lighthouse memorabilia. She also enjoyed traveling.
She was preceded in death by her parents and her
sister, Delores Frost.
She is survived by her brothers, John E. Frost
(Nancy) and David Frost (Mary Janet); pieces, Teresa
A. Frost and Patricia K. Beck (William); nephew,
Brian A. -Frost (Elizabeth); numerous grand-nieces
and -nephews.
A graveside service will be held on Oct. 19, 2009,
at 11 a.m. at Joppa Baptist Cemetery with Pastor
Robin Thomas officiating. The family plans to hold
a memorial service in Crystal River, Fla., at' a later
date.
Arrangements are under the care of Knauf f Funeral
Home-Chiefland, Fla.

ROBERT OWEN MO:ORE SR.
Robert Owen Moore Sr., age 65, of Newberry,
Fla., passed away on Oct.18, 2009.
He was bomn on April 28, 1944, in Miami, Fla.,
to James and May Moore. He served in the United
States Air Force. He' worked as a customer service
engineer for IBM. He moved to Newberry in 1996
from Hollywood, Fla. He was of the Baptist faith aild
was a member of the First Baptist Church in Bronson,
Fla. He enjoyed fishing, hunting and working. with
. computers.
He was preceded in death by his parents; daughter,
Angel Moore; and grandson, Nicholas Moore.
He is survived by his wife, Vivian Moore;
sons: Robert Moore, Daniel Moore, James Moore
and Ralp~h M~oore; daughter, Elizabeth Layman
(Michael); sisters, Lila Cox and Thelma Adams and
10 grandchildren.
A memorial service will be held on Saturday, Oct.
24, 2009, at 2 p.m. at the First Baptist Church in
Bronson, Fla., with Reverends Troy Turner and Jeff
Moore officiatinlg.
Arrangements are under the care ofKnauffFuneral
Home-Williston, Fla.


mortgage foreclosure cases due to the current economic.
conditions. -
"It is a staggering part of my docket," he said.
~After Nov. 1, Griffis said a staff attorney will be assigned
to assist him with his caseload. He said he has 2,500 cases
on his docket in Levy and.Gilchrist Counties.
"Right now they are not getting managed, at least in my
view, the way they should," he said.
On a different subject, the judge said he will preside
over eight separate tobacco product liability trials next
year. jHe expects each trial to be at least three weeks long.
The people filing the lawsuits claim they were harmed by
tobacco products.
The cases stem from a state class action lawsuit that was
overturned~. The class was decertified and the people who
are suing had the right to file individual lawsuits in circuit
court. Levy Coiunty has eight of those product liability
cases..
He said Levy Coun~ty~ has only two courtrooms and he
may need to use the county commission meeting room as
a third courtroom.
The new county judge will have to cover most of Griffs'
court calendar while.the tobacco trials are taking place.


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OBITUARIES
11 a.m. at the Jena Pentecostal Holiness Church with
Rev. Carolyn Oglesby officiating. Burial followed at
Mt. Olive Cemetery. A visitation was held Thursday
evening, Oct. 15, 2009, at the funeral home between
the hours of 5 and 7 p.m. .
Arrangements were placed under the care of the
Rick Gooding Funeral Home, Cross City, Fla.

ANN ELIZABETH OZMENT
Ann Elizabeth Ozment, age 68, passed away on
Friday, Oct. 16, 2009,.at Haven Hospice of the Tri-
Counties mn Chiefland, Fla.
Ann ~was born on Oct. 9, 1941, in Recovery, Ga.,
to JT Holf and Ida Varou Johns Holt. She moved to
Trenton, Fla., 48 years ago from Alachua, Fla. Mrs.
Ozment worked as a clerk for the United States Postal
Service in Trenton. She was a member of Unioil
Baptist Church.
She is survived by her husband, James J. Ozment
of Trenton; two' daughters, Debra Ann Ozme~nt Hines
of Newberry, Fla., and Wanda Fay Besch Ozment
of Gamnesville, Fla.;- three sons: Robert L. "Bobby"
(Renee) Ozment ofOcala, Fla., Jaime's "David" (Teresa)
Ozment ofTrrenton, and Terry Lynn (Terri Sue) Ozment ~
of Denver, Colo.; two brothers, Bobby (Alexis) Holt
and Terry (Katherine) Holt, both of Chattahoocheee,
Fla.; three sisters: Geraldine (Jerry) Roberts of Grand
Ridge, Flai, Lenelle (William) Chason of Chatom,
Ala., and Janet Potter of Greensboro, Fla.; nine
grandchildren and niine great-grandchildren. .
Funeral services were held on Sunday,, Oct. 18,
2009, at 3 p.m. at Union Baptist Church with Pastor
Travis Moody and Paster Keith McConnell offticiating.
Interment followed at Union Bap~tist Church Cemetery.,
Visitation was held on Saturday, Oct. 17, 2009, from 5
7 p.m. at Watson Funeral Home.
In hieu offlowers, donations may be made to Haven
Hospice of the Tri-Counties, 311 N.E. Ninth St.,
Chiefland, FL 32626 or to the Florida Shetiff's Boys
Ranch, 1689 Mendez Place, Live Oak, FL 320164. .
Arrangements were placed under the care ofWatson
Funeral Home, Trenton, Fla. '

DEBORAH FROST REEVES
Deborah Frost Reeves, age 55, of Crystal River,
Fla., passed away on Oct. 16, 2009.


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Chiefland police arrest two


for disorderly intoxication
Two people from Cedar Key were arrested in thie Wal-Mart parking lot
for disorderly intoxication after being refused prescriptions at the Chiefland
SMedical Center.
David L. Riley, 51, 833 Fifth St., Cedar Key, and Karen Diane Connolly, 40,
833 Fifth St., Cedar Key, were fbund asleep mn their improperly parked vehicle
at the Chiefland Wal-Mart parking lot at 1:25 p.m. Oct. 13.
Riley and Connolly went to the Medical Center to rbeeive treatment for
pain; however Dr. Nader Daryaee refused medical treatment because the couple
appeared intoxicated because they could not stay awake or speak straight. At
that time, he said they became belligerent, raising their voices and cursing in
the medical center's waiting area.
A witness said Riley had a pamphlet for hydromorphone 2 mg, which~ he
said he received at the hospital.
Riley and Comtiolly were arrested and charged with disorderly intoxication.
Andrew John Hudson, 29, 419 S. Main St. Ap~t. 2, Chiefland, at 2 a.m.,
Oct. 16, for false imprisonment and battery (strike or touch).
Carlos Kentral Kerney, 30, 721 N.W. 225 Drive, Newberry, at 12:30 pan.,
Oct. 16, for possession of methamphetamine and possession of a concealed .
weapon by a convicted felon.
Clifford Jackson, 45, P.O. Box 130, Chiefland, at 4:45 a.m., Oct. 17, on
a Dixie County warrant for writ of bodily attachment.
Abraham Grimes, 33, Route 2 Box 2150, Bell, at 10:04 p.m., Oct. 17 '
for possession of cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Roxanne Michele Griblin, 22,. 6350 N.W. 15* :St. N.W., Bell, at 2:24
p.m., Oct. 14, for retail theft under $300.
Christopher Eugene McQuay, 26, P.O. Box 136, Chiefland, was given a
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Qucardarell H. Robinson
~Williston
Resist officers vehicle
pursuit
$6,000 Bond


NicholasA. Bunch John Dawon Hart Courtney C. Harvey
Gainesville Trenton Williston
VOP DWLSR VOP possess Vehicle theft
No Bond paraphernalia $10,000 Bond
No Bond


Marvin Rim
B ainesville
YOP aggravated assaullt
No bond .


Sheriff's arrests


Sheriff's confidential source leads to arrests


probation possession of cocaine. No bond.
SBrittany P. Roberts, 15651 S.E. 80th St.,
Morriston, at 1'1:03 p.m., Oct. 14, on a Marioil
. County warrant for: unlawful use of credit card,
petit theft, and obtain goods/services by unlawful
use of credit cards. Borrd $1,250.
SJoseph Ray Hall, 1013 1 N.E. 67th St., Bronson,
at 6:14 p.m., Oct. 12, for burglary of a residence and
grand theft. Bond $10,000.
SJustin Timothy Hart, 7411 N.W. 115th St.,
Chiefland, at 6 p.m., Oct. 13, on a Levy County warrant
for violation of probation battery. No bond.
SSteven Matthew Hill, 6307 S.E. 152ndTerae
Hawthorne, at 6:45 a.m., Oct. 13, on three Alachua
County warrants of violation of probation: battery'
touch or strike and two offenses of driving while
license suspended/revoked. No bond.
SGilbert J. Wi~llis, 6146 Riner Drive, Orlando,
.at 2:30 p.m., Oct. 12, on a Levy County warrant
for failure to appear fraud, false ID given to law
enforcement officer. Bond $5,000.
SThomas Barr Jr., 650N.W. 120t" St., Chieflarid,
at 4:36 a.m., Oct. 13, on a Levy County warrant for
three counts of sale of cannabis and three counts of
possession of not more than 20 grams of cannabis.
Bo~nd.$75,000.
SShandra Lamb-Mak~atura, 221 N.E. 680" St.,
Old Town, at 12:30 p.m., Oct. 12, on a Levy County
warrant for violation of probation: two counts of
possession of cocaine, passing a forged or altered
bill, and petit theft. No bond.
SReco A. Davis, Kirby Road off 55A, Cross
City, at 9:45 p.m., Oct. 12, for possession of crack
cocaine, possession of crack cocaine with intent
to distribute, possession of less than. ?0 grams of
cannabis, possession of sell, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond
'$82,500.


,Thei Levy County Drug Task
Force used a confidential source to '
purchase narcotics from behind the
13ronson Post Office, viithin 1,000
feet froin public.housing Sept. 3
The source, equipped with a
video/audio device, was issued $10
and told to purchase drugs from
anyone willing to sell at 418 N.
Pine St., Bronson, behind the Post
Office..
Johnny Lee Welch, AKA "Blade
& Razor," 30,. P.O. Box .2644,
. Chieffand, was 'arrested at 3:05
~p.m., 'Oct.14, f or selling crack
cocaine to the `source a total of
three times.
Welch was charged with~ three
counts .of sale of crack cocaine
within -1,000 feet of public housing
and twp counts of possession of
crack cocaine within 1,000 feet of
public housing and Qne count of
possession of cracks cocaine. Bond
$165,000. .
In August, another confidential
source, with audio recording


counts sale of crack
cocaine within 1,000
feet .of school,., and
possession of crack
cocaine.
During the arrest,
two metal pipes ~used for
smoking crack cocaine
were found on the
person of Greenlee. The
pipes tested positive
for cocaine. Bond
$120,000.
a Richard Lee
Lyons, 56, 13950 N.E.
80th ~Ave., Newberry,
at` 5:23, Oct. 15, for
misdemeanor theft/
shoplifting.
SMichelle Lee
1 cNeal, 150th N.E.
134th COurt, Williston,
on Oct.15, on a Marion
,County warrant for
failure to appear~ -
habitual driving while
license suspended/
revoked. Released on


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equipment, :was used for a
controlled drug-buy in Bronson. On Aug. 21, the
source purchased $20 worth of crack cocaine: at
"The Hole," 242 Pine' Street, Bronson, which is
within 1,000 feet of Hilltop ~Alternative S'chlool
and less than 500 feet of the Bronson High School
Football ~field.
Larry "Pee-Wie,e" Greenlee, 59, 424 Pine St.,
Bronson, was arrested at j:27 p.m. Oct. 14,' for
possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of
crack cocaine within 1,000 .feet of school, two


own recognizance. -
a Joshua Zuniga, 1299~-N.W, 109th Ave.,
. Ocala, at 4 p.m., Oct, 15, on a Levy County
warrant for failure to appear driving while license
permanently revoked. Bond $2,500.
SLuis Amaro, 10491 N.W. Hwy 27 Alt.,
Bronson, at 8:12 p.m., Oct. 14, on a Levy County
warrant for violation of probation DUI.' No bond.
a Dustin Griblin, 6350 N.W. 15th St., Bell,
at 1 a.m., Oct. 15, for three counts of violation of


Levy County Sheriff's deputies
are looking for two white males who
conducted a scam and theft in the
Williston Highlands area last week.
The males knocked on the door
of an elderly woman's home and
told her that their father put .on the
roof of the house and- they needed
to i-tispect the shingles. They told
her that she needed to put on a pot
of water to boil to test the shingles,
and then told her to go~ around the
house and tap on the walls to make
sure they were structurally sound.
The younger of the: two m'en stayed
with her the entire time. .
It ,appears, thrat while she was
taping on the: vialls,~ it' allowed the
older indn to .always know where
she was as hie was goin~g through her
home and stealing her belongings.
The men also attempted to enter ~
th~e home across ~the street~ from the
eldlerlL woman. They told the owner
the same story, but the owner did not
believe the story and did not let them


in the home. The younger of the men
appeared to do all the talking.
They left in their vehicle, which
has conflicting descriptions from the
witness and. victim. One described
it as a white pickup, unknown year
or mrake. The other described it as a
white panel van.
The younger of the two ivrhite
males is around 20 years old, 5'5" to
5'6", dark', short hair and medium to
heavy build.
The, older ~white -male ~is
approximately 60 years old, about
5'9", with salt and pepper hair and a
muscular build.
The Sheriff's Office is r~emmnding
homeowners to lock all doors. at all
times and do not let anyone into the
house unless they are familiar with
them.
Any suspicious activity or tips
oil this case, should be directed to
the Levy County Sheriff's Office at
486-5111. If you witness a crime in
progress, dial 911.


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Story and photo byAnna Suggs
Assistant Editor

STwenty-two people were given the
opportunity last week to move on to
the next stage in their lives.
The CFCC Levy Center handed out
General Education Diplomas at the
campus in Chiefland Oct. 8. Family
and friends gathered in the Commhunity
Room to watch what took some
graduates decades to accomplish. .
Mike Michaelis, president. of Don
Martin Insurance, gave the graduation
address. A former community
college student himself, Michaelis
congratulated each graduate for
completing that journey and told them
to prepare for the next.
As a devoted Rotarian, Michaelis
imparted to the crowd the four-way
ethics test that was developed in 1932
by Herbert J. Taylor and. adopted by
the Rotary club
The test "transcends generations
and national borders without any
boundaries between race, religion or
ethical background," he said.
It utilizes four simple questions to


SStory and photo by Anna Sug~gs
Assistant Editor

The citizens of Levy County can rest assured
their best interests will be kept in mind during a
natural disaster.
The Levy County -Community Emergency
Response Team graduated 10 volunteers who
completed the 10-week program that trains them to
respond to emergencies and natural disasters.
The 10 volunteers completed the final class
Oct. 8, which used a hands-on application of the
previous nine classes' training.
The volunteers were divided into groups and sent
on their own through the "'simulated disaster" room
a room at the Edward Jones office in Chiefland
that was hit by. a "tornado."
The volunteers wer-e expected to secure the
area and find the dummy victim who was injured
during the disaster, while also being conscious of
their surroundings, said CERT coordinator John
MacDonald.
Each volunteer passed the simulation "with
honors" and received their CERT badge, MacDonald
said.
CERT began in Levy County in 2003 and nowv
has about 15 volunteers, he said.
Sheila Smith, financial advisor and owner
of the Edward Jones office, was among the
volunteers who completed the training two weeks
ago. She said she became` immediately interested
when MacDohald was a speaker at a Chamber of
Commerce meeting.
"It sounded like a really good thing to be involved
iti," sie said.
If a real disaster struck the county, people
could be waiting for hours for help, she said.
CERT volunteers help take some of the weight off
emergency medical response and law enforcement.
"The idea is to. get as niany citizens certified
as possible to provide support in the case of an
emergency," she said.
Those interested in volunteering must complete
the 10-week course, which includes courses on
fire suppression, niedical care, CPR and first aid,
disaster psychology, terrorism, and.the hierarchy of


.By Terry Witt
Staff Writer .

The Levy County Sheriff's Office is
giving the public free access to the latest
news releases and crime information
through internet sites.
Lt. Scott Finnen, guest speaker at
the Williston Rotary Club, said the
Levyr County Sheriff's Star web site is
updated daily to give members of the
public the information on arrests. It is
an interactive web site.
Those who want daily updates must
click "yes" to indicate they want to be a
subscriber.
Finnen is the training officer, assistant
public information officer and assistant
officer for internal affairs at the sheriff's
office.
The web site also has links to
Facebook and Twitter if internet users
wish to access the information through
those web sites. Finnen said 100 people
,have signed onto Facebook to get
sheriff's office updates and 60 people


Fire! ourtesy photo
Firefighters with the Chief land Fire Department visited Chief land EI-
ementary School pre-kindergartners and kindergartners Tuesday to
teach them about fire safety and prevention for Fire Prevention Week,
which was last week. The children were shown a video "Elmo Visits
the Firehouse" and taught how to "ge~t low and go" to avoid smoke.
They were also also able to shoot water from the fire hose, go through
the fire truck, and each took home a goody bag with a coloring book,
a sticker badge, fire hats, and fire literature for parents. Pictured is
firefighter Cliff Suber with '"Nozzle the Fire Dog." (Anna Suggs)


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direct ethical behavior: Is it the truth;
is it fair to all concer-ned; will it build
good will and better friendships; will
it be beneficial to all concerned.
Janet Williams, 47, graduated
with her 22-year-old son, Alexander
Bolinger.
"I always said I'd graduate before
iny children and I'm graduating~ with
my last one," Williams said.
A mother of three, Williams said
she chose CFCC over Santa Fe College
because the staff is much more personal
and helpful and the drive is easier,
Already in her first semester of
getting her associate's degree at
CFCC, Williams said her son is starting
next se-mester and they will trade off
books.
She said she is proud of the hard
work she and her son did and glad the
GED portion is over.
Michaelis told the graduates they
have the rest of their lives ahead- of
them' to figure out their journey.
S"You can go from here, to be
whatever you want to be, you just have
to make up your mind to do it and have
the staying power to finish," he said.


.
The CFCC GED graduates back row, left to right: Caitlin Butler, Tony
(TJ) Crews Jr., Kelsie Daniels, Catherine Davis, Ricky Ezell. Middle
row: Leo Fogler III, Britney Knight, Laura Mott, Michael Rhein, Jong
Russell, Summer Sljates. Front row: Nathan Turner, William (Jason)
Waters, Janet Williams, Alexander Bolinger-


A group of Chieflan~d Community Elitergency Respo~nse Team volunteers try to stanisize une
"victim," really just a teddy bear, during a mock natural disaster. The simulat~ion was part of
their final class trainiing held at the Edward Jones office in Chiefland Oct. 8..


incideht command, MacDonald said. The volunteers
are provided with equipment and tools like medical
supplies, hard hat, goggles and more that are needed
during emergency response. '
Besides learning how to extinguish fires,conduct
CPR and generally respond to emergencies, Smith
said she has also learned the value of confidence.
'She said before receiving the training if she
were involved in an emergency, she would have the
desire to help out but wotild be afraid of making
matters worse because of her lack of knowledge.
"I believe now that I will be more confident and
therefore more helpful when called into a situation,"
she said.
The team is made up of good people who can all
be relied on, she said.


"They really have a desire to help and serve the:
community," she said: "There's not a person there
I would not feel comfortable teaming up~with and
know they have my back."
MacDonald said they are always looking for
new volunteers and the program usually: runs twice
a year. After graduating, CERT volunteers continue
their education with monthly classes.
Besides emergencies, the voluntepts are also
used. for community activities, like traffic control
during parades and assisting law enforcement, he
said. Just this month they will be helping with
the Williston homecoming ~parade and the Trail of
,Treats at the end of the month, he said.~
"'We go't some really good, versatile people," he
said. "They're going to be a big asset."


have signed onto Twitter.
It is also possible on the Sh~eriff's
Star web site to link to crime reports
in your area of the county. Click on the
crime,reports link. Enter your street
address and click on the category of
crimes you want to know about in your
community. A map will appear listing
locations where crimes. have been
reported in your neighborhood.
Residents can also use the site to find
out if any sexual offenders or sexual
predators live in their neighborhood.
Once again, enter your address and
click on sex offenders to retrieve the
information about youth neighborhood.
It is also possible to retrieve the
crime information about Levy County
by going to the web site crimereports.
com. A national map will be displayed.
Click on the name Florida. The names
of participating counties ~will come
into view, including Levy County.
You will go through a similar process
of accessing information. about your
neighborhood.


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1Iust about one year ago, former U.S. Vice
SPresident Al Gore walked away with the
12008 Nobel Peace Prize, beating a group of
competitors that included Irena Sendlerowa. You
may not be familiar with Sendlerowa, a World War II
era Polish social worker. She is generally credited wvith
having saved more than 2,500 Jewish children during
the war, risking her own life to smuggle them from the
Ghetto.
In 1943, she was arrested and tortured by the
Gestapo, but refused to provide names of the children.
She eventually escaped death when he~r guards were
bribed to release her.
It is not certain what the Nobel committee thought
of Sendlerowa's story, except that it was not impressive
enough. They decided instead to give it to Gore, who .
put together a film on global warming. You, remember
global warming, right? The environmental doomsday
premise that was conveniently converted to "climate
change" when the: scientific data would no longer hold
up?
Even so, if you are~surprised that they gave the
.Nobel Peace Prize to Gore, and if you are surprised
that they gave this year's award to Barack Obama, then
you really do not understand the process of how certain
awards are given out.
Simply put, take a left-wing approach to life and
be vocal about it, and your chances of winning certain
awards increase dramatically.
Obama's award, which he won for having done
nothing, is perhaps the most egregious illustration.
But numerous other examples are out there as well,
including a few notables from the wonderful world of
American entertainment.
Just this past year, Sean Penn walked away with
the Academy Award for his performance in the film
"Milk", about the 1978 assassination of Harvey
Milk, a gay man elected, to the, San Francisco Board
of Supervisors. He also won in 2003 for his role in
"Mystic River."
The 2003 award came one year after Penn placed
a $56,000 advertisement in the Washington Post that
Criticized the Bush administration for its "destruction
Sof civil liberties" and its "simplistic and inflammatory
view of good and evil.
Many credit that letter for helping develop a.close
relationship between Penn and Venezuelan President
Hugo Chavez, a socialist dictator, whom the actor has
visited. -
Is it a giant leap to suggest that Penn's left-wing
activism is a contributing factor to his two Oscars? He
is certainly one of the most talented thespians of our
time. At best, the timing of the award is questionable.
"Mystic River" also laid claim to the 20103 Best
Supporting Actor award, won by Tim Robbins.
Robbins, like Penn, is wnell-known for his left-leaning
political activism and a vocal opponent of George W
Bush and the Gulf War. Was that a factor in the award?
Like Penn, Robbins' is widely considered to be
among our most gifted actors. And "Mystic River" also
garnered a pair of Oscars (best picture, best director)
for Clint Eastwood, who leans to the right politically,
though not to the extreme that Penn and Robbins lean
the other way.
Besides the Mystic River tie, the common
denominator between Penn and Robbins would be
their anti-Bush: stance. And no other entertainers have
been more infamously vocal against the president than
The Dixie Chicks.
The country trio were on top of the world. when
leadi singer Natalie Maines announced to a London
audience in 2003 that "'we don't want this war, this
violence, and we're ashamed that the President of the
United States is' from Texas."
That went over like a fart in church among ultra
conservative country music lovers. Record sales
dropped considerably for the Dixie Chicks' next
few C~s, including "Taking The Long Way,"' which
Included the single "~Not Ready To Make Nice,"
reportedly highlighting the group's hardened stance
that they would not apologize for the Bush remarks.
Turns out they didn't have to. The group won
Grammy's for song of the year and album of the year. '
Perhaps the awards had nothing to do with the
left-wing stance the Dixie Chicks took in 2003. After
all, they did have a number of significant awards to
their credit long before the awards in question were
presented including a number of other Grammys.
But it's certainly a stretch to say there was no
connection.
It is worth mentioning that the groups wvho decide
Oscar winners and Grammy winners and Nobel prize
winners have no requirement to base their awards on~
anything. As far as I know, the Academy of Motion
Picture Arts and Sciences, along with the National


Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, and the
Norwegian Nobel Committee can select Homer
Simpson if they see fit to and do not owe anyone an
explanation.
But it seems disingenuous to suggest that the'
awards are based solely on individual merit when there
is probably another factor political ideology that
comes into play as well.
Riqk Burnham can be reached at 490-4462 or by
email at editor@leyjournal. com.


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By Terry Witt .
Staff Writer


thinking of weighty issues'. Th~e
deaths of older relatives didn't affect
me that much. Politics was something
my dad talked about. I was more interested in
bagging a trophy buck and pulling in a world record
musky fish in the northern climes. .
I do remember a much older second cousin of
mine dying of emphysema. An image of him stuck
mn my mind. I was probably 16 years old when I
heard he was slowly phasing out. He had been a
lifetime cigarette smoker ~and he was paying the
ultimate price. .
The image in miy mind is that of a middle aged
man seated on a chair in the living room tethered to
an oxygen tank and mask. That's how I remember
him. The oxygen kept him alive for the time being.
He would pull the oxygen mask off during the day
to puff on cigarettes. .
I suppose there was some logic to feeding his
addiction to nicotine. He knew cigarette smoke
had damaged his lungs beyond repair. He knew he
was going to die in a short period of time.- Why not
indulge in the very addiction that was killing him.
Some people are so addicted to nicotine that
they can't stop smoking when they are suffocating
from emphysema or dying of lung cancer. Nicotine
is one of those highly addictive drugs. I knew a
prominent law enforcement officer in Levy County
who took great pride in busting street drugs, but he
couldn't stop smoking cigarettes. The addiction to
a legal. drug was too much to overcome, or at least
that was the case years ago. He may have kicked
his addiction by now. L~hope so. -
My older brother laid down his last pack of
cigarettes 20 years ago. He quit cold turkey, even
though his wife continued to smoke. I marveled at
his will power, but he said it wasn't a big deal to
stop smoking. Perhaps for him the idea of dying
of lung cancer or emphysema was a stronger
motivator to stop smoking. I can't say.
I often wondered as, a teen-ager about the
contradictions I saw around me. It was obvious
from watching my cousin die that nicotine was an
addictive drug. Why then was it legal? I had seen
town drunks die of alcoholism. Alcohol can be an
addictive drug for some people.
It seemed to me adults didn't practice what they
preached. They told us to stay away from street
drugs, and yet I could easily see that there were
certain legal substances that adults consumed -
alcohol and tobacco that hooked some people for
life. -
It took me a while to' realize that American
politics allows such contradictions. American
politicians on the federal level long ago realized
they could collect billions of dollars annually if
alcohol and tobacco remained legal and taxable.
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The system remains that way to this day. I am
quite sure many young people, especially teenagers,
can see through the hypocrisy. They know adults
consume addictive drugs that are legal and are
marketed in stores. They can't wait for their turn
to drink alcohol and smoke cigarettes. They are
told by some parents to avoid street drugs that are
habit forming or addictive. They are supposed to
wait until they are old enough to drink alcohol.
Cigarettes are a no-no. But some young people
indulge in both.
I have the feeling the contradictions are part of
the reason some young people consume bad street
drugs. They know their parents and their parents'
friends are doing the same thing with legally
addictive substances. They see a d ist inct ion w~i thout
a difference, or no distinction at all.
I don't think the hypocrisy will ever change.
There are too many people who enjoy consuming .
alcohol and using tobacco products. Not all are
addicts. Some social drinkers may drink a beer at-
night before they go to bed or they may consume a..
beer or two at a sports bar. There's nothing wrong :
with that and I doubt most social drmnkers will ever
be addicted to alcohol.
The basic problem, in my view, is that adults
set a poor example when they consume addictive
substances in front of their own children or other
children. They are communicating with their
children in non-verbal ways. They are telling the
kids it is okay to consuine drugs.
I'm not going to stand on~ the street corner and:
proselytize about the morality of teaching kids
behaviors that are bad for them. I probably don't
always set a perfect example myself. But ~ldo
believe that'the very legality of alcohol and tobacco
products in our society signals to young people that
it is okay to engage in addictive behavior. I am sure;
I will drink an occasional beer. I know I will never
smoke cigarettes or consume nicotine.
I do believe the ijresence of these addictive but
legal drugs weakens the message about staying:
away from street drugs. Kids can see the hypocrisy
of it all. They see adults addicted to alcohol and
nicotine, and yet they are being asked not to
participate. They make no distinction between
addictive street drugs and the drugs their parents
use.
I will never forget hearing about my older
cousin's death. He was so badly addicted to a
perfectly legal substance (tobacco) that he couldn't
quit using cigarettes even when it was killing him.
I am hoping one day that dying victims of
nicotine in particular begin making public service
statements on television from their death bed,
telling children that it's not a joke when they say
smoking can be deadly. The ad should end with
the date of their death. Perhaps the alcoholics who
threw away their lives in a bottle can do the same.
Maybe they can set a different example for kids.
Terry Witt can be reached at (352) 490-4462, or
by email at terrywitt@levyjournal. comn.


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Story and photos by Anna Suggs
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Williston is represented by new
'royalty this week.
Three young ladies were crowned
Saturday duringthe annual Miss Williston
pageant to become the 2009-2010 Miss
Williston, Jr. Miss Williston and Little
Miss Williston. The pageant, held at
the Williston High School Auditorium
Saturday night, was sponsored by the
GFWC Williston Junior Woman's Club
and the theme was "Hearts on Fire."
Four-year-old EmmaLee Woodard
was' crowned Little Miss Williston, 12-
year-old Karlie Rae Bowling was named
Jr.. Miss Williston, and 17-year-old
Vero~nyca Nycole Schaudt was crowned
Miss Williston. .
Recently appointed Levy County
Commissioner Cracker Johnson
returned after a few years off as master
of ceremonies for the night.
The pageant coordinator Scarlett
McGowan, who has been involved in
the pageant for about 12 years and the
pageant's coordinator for about eight
years, said it was the best Miss Williston
pageant she has ever seen.
Everything ran smoothly and the
children and the children's parents were
all great and very supportive, she said.
The young ladies competing for Miss
W~illiston showed off their beauty and
talents by dancing, singing, doing sign
language, telling stories and displaying
their style and grace onstage. There
were casual .attire and evening wear
portions ~of the competition, and the
top four also answered an impromptu
qixestion. .
But~in the end, only one could take
home the title. Veronyca Schaudt ~was
selected by the judges to represent the
city as the 2009-2010 Miss Williston.
A senior at Williston High School,
Veronyca is the captain of the varsity
cheerleading squad and secretary of
the senior class. She is also involved
in Senior FFA Chapter, National Honor
Society and Fellowship of Christian
Athletes. She is a member of the
Williston Church of God and Diamond
Doll for the Williston baseball team.
Veronyca said she was convinced
to enter the Miss Williston pageant last
year because several of her cousins and
her mom and aunt have competed in it
and told her it was a great experience.
It's a family tradition, Veronyca said.
All the girls in the family have done it.
Veronyca placed third last ~year and
entered again this year with the same
talent: dressing up as a mermaid and
signing the words to "Part. of Your
World" from "The Little Mermaid."
"I'm a kid at heart," she said. "I got
to dress up as the Little Mermaid. I
loved it."


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She is currently completing a
two-year program of American Sign
Language at Williston High School.
She chose the Make a Wish
Foundation as her platform because
she ~loves the basis behind it: making
dreams come true for children with
medical conditions.
As a very involved citizen, of
Williston, Veronyca said she has
learned it's most important to be- a
good role model for younger children.
"I like being looked up to as a role
model," she saidl.
She said as a cheerleader, it was a
lesson taught to her by her cheerleading
coach and pageant coordinator Scarlett
~McGowan, who said young girls
should always have someone positive
and true to herself to look up to.
"In order to be Miss Williston,
you have to be yourself; you can't be
someone you're not," she said.
McGowran said Veronyca will be a
very positive Miss Williston.
SVeronyca does her part in school
and in the community, McGowan said.
She is a very caring person who is
always willing to help anyone.
McGowan said she woxild've been
happy regardless of .who won the
competition because all of the young
ladies competing are ~respectable and
worthy.
S"Honestly, it could've gone any
way, and we would've been proud to
have them represent us," she said.
Veronyca said she was convinced
from the beginning that Ashton Bloom,
who was Miss Williston runner-up,
would be crowned.
'Ashton did so well during the entire
week- of rehearsals, Veronyca ,said'
She is articulate and comdiosed and
beautiful.
S"I thought she had it from the get-
go," Veronyca said.
When she finally realized she was
the winner, she said she could not
believe it and in every picture taken she
had her mouth wide open in shock.
''It was so overwhelming," she'
said.
SMiss Wi/illiston runners-up: second
place Ashton Lea Bloom, third
place Ashley Dawn Bowling, fourth
place Kaley Wilder. Most entertaining
- Ashleyr Dawn Bowling. Most
photogenic Ashley Dawn Bowling.
Miss Congeniality Katey Henson.
Jr. Miss Williston runners-up:
second place Cole Bullock, third
place Morgan Williams, fourth place
- Aspen Saul. Most photogenic Cole
Bullock.
Little Miss runners-up: second
place Hannah Powell, third place
- Lilhian Mae Morgan, fourth place -
Mary Caroline Boyer. Most photogenic
- Lillian Mae Morgan.


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BBQ pork lunch meal, Oct. 23
Chiefland FFA Alumni members are sponsoring a
BBQ pork lunch meal on Friday, Oct. 23, at noon.
STickets are $8 and are on sale from FFA Alumni
members. There will be delivery to businesses in the
area. For mpore info, please call 493-6035.

Breast Cancer Awareness Trail Ride, Oct. 24
The Levy County Horse Club presents the 9th
Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Trail Ride in
conjunction with Forest Awareness' Month and
Greenways and Trail Month. The ride will take place
at Tidewater Trailhead in Goethe Forest, located ;at
t~he south end of CR 337, on Saturday, Oct. 24. This
will be an all-day ride at your own pace. Registration
his $20 per rider and includes one free lunch ticket.
Fun raffles will be held during the lunch break
Saround 1 p.m. There will be a poker run in the morning
for a $-10 donation for a $50 winner. Also Saturday
.niorning from 8 a.nr. to 10 a.m. is a "Pancakes &
Si~trff breakfast for 6 minimum $5 donation.
Overnight camping is available for those who
S vyuld like to come in on Friday or stay over until
Sti~nday. Water for horses and bathroom facilities will
he available. This is a "NO hunting" date. Trail use
and camp fees waived for this benefit. event. Current
coggins checked at registration,
;~~All donations go to benefit local breast cancer
patients. Check out the web pages at www.flahorsle.
comn/lchc/ for info, or e-mail levy2@flahorse.com.

Friends of the` Library Book. Sale, Oct; 24
SMark ~your calendar now for the Friends of the
Luther -Callaway Public Library's Book Sale. It will
be held on Saturday, Oct. 24, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Follow the signs to the Octagon building on N.E.
First Avenue. That's on the north side of the Police
and Fire Department buildings. .-

Haven's FaHl at the Derby, Oct. 24
Come out for a country casual evening of
wonderful food and music as well as live and silent
auctions at Haven's Fall at the Derby. It will be held
Saturday, Oct. 24, at 5:30 p.m. at the Black Prong
Equestrians Center in Bronson. Tickets are $75 per .
person. All proceeds from this event suppoit Haven
Hospice's patients and families who benefit each-and
every day from Haven's many unfunded programs
and services. For ticket purchases or information,
call (352) 379-6258.
Haven is also on the -lookout for volunteers for
the event. If you're ~interested in helping, contact
Vondla Sullivan at J(352) ~493-2333 or e-mail
vdsullivan@havenhospice.org.


- NO Motorcycle needed any vehicle and all families
wanted to help save the lives of animals in Levy County.
Help US...Help THEM with. this Pawsitive H-O-W-L-
O-W-E-E-N Bikers for Pets. For more information,
please contact us at (352) 486-5705.

SBronson Pumlpkin Festival, Oct. 31
'The Bronson Chamber of Commerce, in
pa7rmership with the Town of Bronson,
w~ ill sponsor the First Annual Bronson
Pumpkin Festival on Saturday, Oct.
31, at the Bronson Youth League
Park from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
C~ Admission is $1.
We are looking for additional
food and arts and crafts vendors
to join us at the festival. Just
some of the fun family activities
will include several contests
including: pumpkin carving
contest, poster contest (rules
i and info has been distributed to
all Levy County Schools), pie
eating contest, costume contest
~Pi~if~e~rand a dessert auction (so bake
something and bring it to the Festival)
and much more! We will have attractions such
as a mechanical bull, a bounce house, bungee jumping,
pony rides, games, a turkey shoot and lots more for the
kids to do. Then there will also be trick-or-treating at
the end of the day foli all the kids.

Trunk N Treat, Oct. 31
The Methodist Church of Chiefland is having a
Trunk N Treat.
Events on the grounds with costumes, candy,
hayrides and live music band, starting at 6:3(1 p.m.
This is located off of 27 on Seventh Street.

Williston Trail of Treats, Oct. 31
The Trail of Treats will be held on Saturday, Oct.
31, in Williston's downtown shopping district.'
Area businesses will be distributing candy to
children between the hours of 6 p.m. 8 p.m.
This is an annual tradition involving Williston's
business community. Businesses that are not located
in the downtown area can contact the Chamber of
Commerce at (352) 528-5552 and make arrangements
to distribute their treats in the Pavilion located in
Heritage Park on North Main Street.
This is a ~fun way to be sure that four children are
receiving safe treats from people you know in the
community. '


Spaghetti Dinner, Oct. 24
The_United Methodist Men are having a Spaghetti
Dinner from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Methodist Church in
Chiefland in the Fellowship Hall. Suggested donation
$8 and children under 10 are free. Take out is
available at $8 a meal.

Western Wishes grand opening. Oct. 24
The Greater Area Chiefland
Chamber of Commerce is proud to
announce a Grand Opening for one
of its newest members: Western
Wishes. On Saturday, Oct., 24
from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. the public
is invited to welcome Western
Wishes, located at 9691 NW
CR 345, Chief land, to our .
community. Western Wishes
specializes in all western
attire.

Suwannee River Garden
Club, Oct. 24 and 25
The Suwannee River Garden
Club will have a field trip for Oct. 24
to Pelican Island in Old Town at 11 a.m.
The carpool will meet at 10:45 -a.m. behind Hardee's
in Old Town. An optional lunch of chicken; pork
grilled on banana leaves; rice and vegetable dishes;
key lime pie and drink will cost $10. If y~ou wish to
partake of this lunch, you muqt call Jeaanne at 542-
1840. Entry to the park is free. Owners Johnny and
Martha's telephone number is 542-8925.
The Suwannee River Garde~n Club will also have
its monthly meeting, which is always the last Monday
of the month, on Oct. 25 at 7 p.m. at Otter Springs
Campground.

Humane Society H-O-W-L-O-W-E-E-N Motorcyle
Run, Oct. 31
The Humane Society of Levy County, Inc will be
holding a motorcycle run to benefit the animals of Levy
County. This Bike Run will be held on Oct. 31, with
registration beginning at 8:30a.m. 9:45 a.m. at the
Bronson Youth League, 220 Picnic St. A $10 donation'
is all it takes. The Humane Society utilizes that $10
donation by medicating, transporting, and allowing
those animals in need the second chance needed to fmnd
their furever home.. The ride will begin promptly at 10
a.m. and wind through rural and scenic parts of Levy
County lasting approximately twro hours. The event will
end at Willard's Restaurant and Lounge in Morriston
with lunch being provided. This is a family-fun event


WHERE THE
WILD THINGS ARE
(Running time: 94 minutes)
Rated PG
Starring Max Records, Catherine Keener,
James Gandolfini .

I was wondering how Hollywood was going
to make a movie out of one of my children's
most beloved books. With hardly any, words,
much in the book- is left to imagination and
interpretation. The writers of the movie injected
their:own ideas where the book left off. So they
made Max .a child of divorce, .gave the Wild
Things names and personalities. They created a
plot that wasn't in the book.
In the book, Max is just a boy behaving badly,
a bit out of control. He is banished to his room
without supper. In the movie, Max is behaving
badly' because his parents are divorced; he's
-lonely and is not getting any attention.
When reprimanded, Max runs away, jumps
in a boat and sails to the land of the Wild Things.
There he meets Carol, KW and others. There is
already a rift between Carol and KWN, who were
friends. Max lies to the' Wild Things becausq
he is afraid they will eat him. He says.he has
powers so they make him their king.
Scenes come from the book mixed in with
the little drama of the Wild Things with each
Other. Max plays, feels loved, jumps in big piles
of Wild Things and has fun. At this point, the
movie bogs ~down with t~le relationships of the
Wild Things: who is in charge, whose feelings
are hurt and so on. .
They discover Max isn't a king, feel hurt,
make up, and then Max realizes it's time to go


home. The movie ends with his return to his
mom and eating his supper, which was still hot.
The only violence- is a dirt clump fight,
which isn't very violent. The Wild Things can
be scary to small children, under 8. There is no
bad language and no sex. Where the Wild Thi'ngs
Are should be fine for kids 7 and.upj. I found
it slow, boring and disappointing. I loved the
original book, and thought the more complex
plot to teach kids how to behave interfered with
- the charm of the book. Sue me; I guess I'm just~
old fashioned about this one.

COUPLES RETREAT
(Running time: 89~ minutes)
Rated: PG-13
Starring Vince Vaughn, Jason Bateman, Faizon
Love

I expected to hate this movie, but found~ it
sweet instead. The story involved four couples
who are friends. One couple is having marriage
and fertility problems and needs to go on a
couples retreat. They can't afford it unless they ,
bring the others and get a~ group rate.
SSo they all go. One couple (Vaughn) has
kids, one couple is a divorced man and his 22~-
year-old girlfriend, and the last couple is one
that has been married since high school and is
drifting apart.
The sometimes-silly, sometimes-serious
antics that go on at the retreat save the marriages
that were dismtllegrating and improve the
marriage that is~not. It's funny and sentimental
at the same time. There is no violence, some bad
language and lots of sexual talk and innuendo,
but no sex scenes.


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Hamburger
Green beans/
buttered corn
Sliced pears
Homemade
garlic rolls
Assorted milk
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Oct. 23
Sloppy Joe
PB&J sand.
French fries/salad
Orange wedges
Assorted milk
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Oct. 27
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ground beef
PB&J .
Tossed salad/
buttered corn
Chilled apple
sauce .
Assorted milk
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Oct. 28
Oven-fried
chicken/corndog
Mashed potatoes
w/ gravy
Steamed cabbage
Chilled mix fruit
Hot cornbread
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Church even ts

St. John the Evangelist yard sale, Oct. 23-24
St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church will be
having a giant yard sale Friday, Oct. 23, from 8 a.m.
to 2 p.m. and Saturday, Oct. 24, from 8 a.m. to noon.
There is something for everyone and cheap prices.
On Saturday all itemh will be half off. The church is
located af4050 N.W. Hwy 27, Chiefland. Call 493-
9723 formoreinformation'
Ebenezer Baptist Homecoming, Oct. 25
Ebenezer Baptist Church, 12250 N.E. 30* Ave.
in Chiefland, will be celebrating Homecoming on
Oct. 25. Sunday School begins at 9:45 a.m. and
the morning worship service begins at 11 a.m. The
guest speaker will be Rev. Eddie Hatch. Lunch will
be served following the morning service And there

wdll be no evemng rvicebFor5mor information or
Trunk-N-Treat, Oct. 3(1
The Bronson Church of God is holding a
Trunk-N-Treat and Chili Cook-OffFriday, Oct. 30,
beginning at 7 p.m. on the church grounds. There
will be fun, food, games and prizes. If you have any
questions or would like to enter your trunk.or your
chili, please contact Jessicca at the church 486-4924
or e-mail jnoblesq3107@bellsouth.net.


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The Log Cabin Quilters met Thursday,,
Oct.15, at the Levy County Quilt Museum.
What a wonderful day we had. Cathie is back
from Georgia and we had four ladies from
Inverness and other places visiting with us.
Quilting is going well on the two quilts we
have in. Peggy came over from Williston to
put her latest. quilt top together so she can
quilt at home.
Greg and six boys were out Tuesday
and Wednesday. They had to leave early
on Tuesday so they came back Wednesday
to finish up. Everything looks beautiful.
Thanks, Lancaster.
Lunch was a winner on Thursday rice
and vegetable, fried potatoes with onions,
green beans, fried apples, fried chicken, corn
bread, sausage wrapped, cole slaw, potato
salad, apple cake, persimmons, pistachio
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"You string many more lights around the boat and
we'll end up shooing away helicopters all night," I
joked. '
My friend Gerry looked up from the tangle of cords
at his feet, "You want to catch
bip crappie don't you?"
Who was I too argue? I'd
never done any night fishing.
Gerry had enough crappie in his
freezer at any given time to feed
the multitudes.
"Yeah, well," I murmured,
"Whatever you say. You're the
Crappie Kid."
He nodded.
"They call me the Bream
Reaper," I boasted, not to be
outdone.
"Yeah, yeah..." he said
throwing out another string of
bulbs.
Soon the boat was glowing
like a Griswald's family W 0
Christmas. We baited up and let
down our corks for a draught.
"Other'n the low hum of that nuclear reactor
iaowering our force field, it looks like we might
have a.quiet night," I commented. Gerry shrugged,
acknowledging we were the only boat on the lake.
"I wish I had some sun block..." .
"Will you shut up a minute and stop scaring the
fish!" Gerry bristled.
I sulked a few seconds before adding, "It ain't like
they can't see us."
Soon, just as Gerry had advertised, the water around
the boat came alive with activity. Baitfish, drawn to the
lights, began circling us. They drew a variety of other
-larger fish, each darting about working their selves up


into a wild feeding frenzy. Within minutes we were
wrestling some nice crappie into the boat. That's when
we heard the growl ofa big motor.
I looked up to see two tiny lights flickering like a
pair of small candles coming across
the black lake. It was a boat, a big
boat. It zoomed up on us and almost
flushed our smaller craft. I hit the deck
and came up ready for a fight.
"What in the world?" I started. Then
I realized it was a Game Warden.
"I noticed you two fellows don't
have your running lights on," he said
working his thumbs under his gun belt,
"I could give you a ticket for thitt."
Gerry and I lowered our welding
goggles and shot each other a puzzled
look.
"You don't want to have some boat
run up oli you out here in the dark,
now do ya?" he asked.
"Ahh.:. no sir," Lmanaged, still
C surfing his wake, "If you don't mind
me asking, how'd you catch us?" .
He eyed me careful, "Son, don't
nothing get past me. I spotted you boys from way
down at the other end of the lake."
There've been other thes in my Christian walk
when I've been left just as speechless. Like the time I
was running myselfragged trying to shine for the Lord
and some fellow I barely knew, who usually managed
to shadow our church stoop about two or three times
a year, threw a humongous guilt trip on me for not
offering to help him rebuild his transmission.
"Well, I guess I could squeeze you in a week from
next Saturday if I cancel my nursing home visit," I
conceded, looking up from the altar and the person I
was praying for..


"Naw... just never mind," He said, "I wouldn't
want you to go out of your way for a brother."
As he stomped off grumbling something about
hypocrites I spent the next 20 minutes wishing I would
have mentioned; "I DON'T KNOW ANYTHING
ABOUT CARS!"
If you've struggled with this too, I hope what I'm
about to say will set you free: "We are not called to
please everybody. We are called to please God." The
moochers of this world, and the self proclaimed fruit
inspectors who patrol the body of Christ should not
be dictating our calen ars. We should not be led by
condemnation, or even our own good intentions.
Frankly, we are called to be led by the Holy Spirit.
Yes, Jesus washed the disciple's feet, but He dicin't
cancel the Sermon on the Mount to do it. Everything
He did was decently and in order, according to His
Father's plan. Somehow I caxi't picture Jesus missing
the Last Supper because He was pressured into helping
some Pharisee change the oil on his camel.
We simply can't please everybody. Jesus lived
an absehxtely perfect life, and He couldn't! (Jesus
answered them, Many gopd works have Ishowed you
from my Father; for which of those works do ye stone
me? John 10:32 KJV)
Let me say it again, "We are not called to please
everybody. We are called to-please God!"
But anyway- There's only one person you'll have
to stand before on Judgment day, and His light will
draw all the fishyou're supposed to catch. (Then spake
Jesus again unto them, saying, I am the light of the
world: he that followeth me shall not walk in darkness,
but shall have the light ofhfe. John 8:12 KJV)

-Guy Sheffield

You can visit Guy Shejield at his Web site w .
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Every man, woman and cluid in the
tri-county area is invited to attend this
unportant revival event 'Ahuge 100'
x 200' tent with plenty of'seating will
begm to take shape in late October.
The massive tent will be erected by
volunteers in the tri-county. Follow
the event as it unfolds. The tent will
be located about 2 miles West of Old
Town in a field (being donated for
this event by its owners thanks to
Ben Dyals and Dell Peacock) just
south of the caunon light on U.S. 19
at the intersection of Chavous Road
(NE 592"^ St.) to the north and Kate
Green Road (SE 697"' St.) to the
south. You can access the tent and
plenty of lighted parking by turning
left off US 19 onto Kate Green Road
if you're coming Rom Old Town or
byturningrightoffUSl90ntoKate
Green Road if you are coming from
Cross Citl.


Crusades for Christ a tent ministr
home-based in Old Tow-n announced
this week that their first event a tent
revival. will be held two miles \\est
of Old Town, just south of the caution
light on Li.S.19,98.
Pastors, supporters and event
organizers from some 22 churches
in the tri-counts area met in October
and endorsed the event. which is
slated to start Sunday evening. Nov.
15 at 7 p.m.
Evangelist Bill Bozeman, from
Savannah will bring the gospel
messages each evening following
some good old gospel singing and
special music. Bozeman, a native of
Alabama, has the earl experiences
and perspective on what it means to
live a life in sin without Christ and,
after coming to know the Lord's
saving grace, has the desire to share
with others that Jes s Christ is the


onl\ 11ai to eternal life. Bozeman
believes that America and its people
have turned therr back on God and
that 11e are on a path to destruction
unless we repent of our sinful ways
and return to God.
"We see it every day, on the
television, in Our communities,
our state and our nation. America
is spiraling out of control. Drug
abuse is at record levels. Our nation
can't seem to solve its financial
crisis. Families are being torn apart.
Children are eqiloited and abused.
If it's not one situation, it's another
and on andbn we go with no htunan
solution in sight. We \\ill never sol\e
these problems by ourselves. We
must return to God.in confession
and repentance of sin,.seekmg His
forgivenessandmercyand.belvilling
to surrender ourselves to Him and His
will for our lives." said Bozeman.


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OLD 01#N Uniqueand coly 2/2furnlrbed large 3/20W MH quietly nestled on 13+ CHIEF/AND Beautiful well main LeVely sits ces ome on 2obeautifully wooded
acres between Chlefand and Trenton, talned 3/2 DW MH on 2 Acres. Features aces. Bullt In 2003 with l950+ sq,ft, heated Ilvlng
home.Two oar car part, metal storage bulldlng Hm etrsaroykthn pl lo ekw o od&fr lhttb area, carpet & tiIe floorng, solid wood kitchen
is net n l978Rn bateta opan. (nm e ry lcthi plan, separate dinning room, fireplace and fireplace, wallTVs, bultin wallaquarlum, cabiets~tlletountertoplrearsatrenedpoli,
on lacrenear the Suwannaee lver for boatlng, mor Prkced to sell Adjolning acreage furnished, garages, fenced yard, paved 24X24 detached game room, 32X316tvo bay
612- and MH also available, $130,000 (LMH- street, and much more. $180,000 (DMH- work shop wlth overslzed doors, plus large open
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BARRELS FOR SALE:
Metal burn barrels, $10;
;plastic barrels, .$10; 250-gal
water totes, $100. 5i-gallon
buckets. 352-486-5860. tf-
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FURNITURE FOR SALE:
`Dinin'g set, solid dark pin?
w/48-inch hutch. Excel-
lent condition. $350. Will
separately 352-489-1319.
10/21ApJfl 0/22

BEAR COMPOUND HUNT-
ING BOW and all acces-
sories, $160 OBO; assorted
12-gauge shotgun' shells, $4/
box of 25; clay pigeon-throw-
er, $65 OBO; 4 boxes clay pi-
geons with 90/box, $10/box:
Call after 12 noon. 352-486-
1030. 10/21ApJf10/28

BURIAL .PLOT: In~ For-
est IMeadows Cemetery in
Gainesville, Fla. $1,500.
352-486-2852 or 352-538-
2508 11/4ApjJf11/5

SHED RANCH used
14x32 in excellent condi-
tior;. 16" on center walls
and Stimtson Duratemp
panels. 40-year galval-
u ie roof. $ ,50 icue

11/4ApJf11/5

TIRES:Swamper IROK,
39.5x1350x15.
New $999.00.
PARTS: Dana 60 front &
rear running gear, $2500
OBO. 352-528-0778
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SALE at St. John the.Evan-
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u~ntil noon. East on Hwy 27A.
Sorriething for everyone,
`cie pnies diveD thitg i
aphis sale! 1 0/21ApJf10/22

53 Guns
RUGER SR 55.6 with Eo-
Tect h pe'Bushmse
AR 15 Sotr; SK5 7 i
39 caliber; FN 5.7 semi-auto
pistol.~ 813~-230-6391; 813-
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available.: Paintball gun re-
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ton Sports (352) 528-6987.
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pressure washing, paint-
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citizens. 352-949-9330.
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The Coun~ty Paper, Est. 1923


810 Houses for Rent
318Mobn....r Ho... io. n
580 RV Rental Lots
30ocomm...ial rprt,. .,w ra...
540 Rooms Room-mate .
348 wanted to aens
400 Real Elstate
4on aon a..- 4........fo .. ..
410 Houses for Sale
418 .oan. ..... or as.
455 Commercial Property for Sale
440 Vacant Lots for Sale
44e wanted to any
800 For ale
508 Antiques .
8 10 Auctions
815 Yard ale


100 Miscellaneous
10. .......
110 Lost & round
11819tme...
188 Sle~-rvces
13o wr..
155 Volunteer Opportunity
14o anno.un......
145 Entertainment
1.0 .ni.al nst..me.
188 Schools & Instruction
800 Employment
azo nexp wanted ranl Time
840 Help Wanted Part Time
845 Work Wanted
500 Rentals -
506 Apartments for Rent


580 Building Materials
se8applnan...
850 Guns
........s 8anms.
840 LiveStock
84s soon Tain.... t a
BSO sarm products
... au s...a n..
660 Elstate Sale
8r0 Swap, Bame. ,. wad
600 Recreation
608 Boat & Marine
ex campers, aRe a wranler.
618 Motorcycles & ATys
700 yarm
708 tarm Equipmeitt
S899 Bids ~ h
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.Aoortment For ~n

$550/month including gar-
bagelwater. Requires' 1',
last, plus $300 deposit and
12-month lease. 493-4996
or 949-0094. tfnAbJf..

~ IIOOFrReli
HANDICAPPED .ACCES-
SIBLE 2/2 home on SR 26
near ~Tri-County Nursing
Home. $550 per month. Call
352-493-2221. (fnAbJftfn

3BEDROOM/2BATHCOUN-
TRY HOUSE in Williston
Highlands; secluded, quiet
neighborhood. 352-572-
9471. 10/21ApJf10/22


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3/2 DW IN TRENTON: New
IlHtrHCtll0 carpet, NO pets, no smok-
CONCEALED. WEAPONS ing. $450/mo, $450 deposit.
CLASSES: Special training References required. 352-
in all muzzle loaders, pis- 535-5053. 10/21ApJf10/22
.tols, rifles, shotguns., Kulh- COMMeld81
man Judah Florida State P~eie~lt
Licensed & NRA certified Poet r m
iristructor (352) 493 209. U.PSTAIRS OFFICE SPACE
11/4ApJf11/5 FOR RENT: 3 offices, total
-------space, $450.00 per month,
FIDDLUlKEYBOARD LES- in Chiefland. 493-4996 or
949-0094. tfnAbJf
SONS: 3 spaces avail- '
able 2:00, 3:00 &( 3:30Relta0
p.m. The Chiefland Music. ~g IIt~
Room. Trenda Gordon 352- POUESADNR-
493-2422. Leave message.
10/2Ap~f0/29ERY OR OTHER BUSI-
108pf 02 NESS: 2 %z acres on busy

OHlel Wanted highway, Alt. 27. Remodeled
21 Ful 8 Part Tim0 oe00nO 3w ba tfu los1
PATIENT ADVOCATE: Full 102A-1/9
time position, with a group
of~ busy Community Health 4110 I1ms orSa0
Centers in No. Central
Florida. Excellent benefits. 3BEDI2BATH HOUSE IN
Please apply at Trenton TRENTON $130,000.
Medical Center, Inc. 911 So. 3bed/2bath house 'for rent
Main St., Trenton, Fl. 32693 available Oct. 15; located in
NO PHONE CALLS, Trenton, $850/month. 352-
PLEASE! eoe tfnAb- 463-8014. 10/21ApJf10/22
Jftfn 15Mobile Homes -

ADVANCED SYSTEMS. For $810
LIMITED is a: locally-owne~d NO DOWN PAYMENT for
company looking, for 'experi- laridd owners. (ever if you ~still
ericed` Alarm, Access Con- ow~e- money on your prop-
trol and CCTV technicians. eityl) Call Prestige Home
Also available are Appren- C~enteris 352-493-2492' or 1-
ticesh'ips/rrainin'g positions. 800-477-2492. tfnb
Please call 352-529-0046 or-----
fax resume to 352-529-0047.. .SPECIALI 28' wide 3BRL
10/21ApJf10/?2 2BA, $39,995.00 Including
........Delivery Setup AC/Haet,
NEED EXTRA CASH FOR Steps and skirting. Prestige
CHRISTMAS OR TO PAY Home Centers~ open Sun-
BILLS? Sell Avon. $10 to -days 12 to 5. 800-477-2492
start. Earn 40% on first four or 352-493-2492. tfnAbjf


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or fax to ~352-493-7055.
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$$,$5000 don low payments,
nomlu a creddit, seeal lot to
coosen fom ind 1/to2 acres
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MORRIST ON: BAeaui 2
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Call Today to place your classified ads in the
Levy County Journal and the Tri-County Advertiser
352-486-2312 or 352-490-4462

Deadline for the Journa l: Frida y, noon
Deadline for the Advertiser: Friday, noon

20 words or less for $6.00
a nd $.10 for each word after 20

eck out our classified at www.Ievyjournalon line.com


Wacamt lots~o sl

Total $19,900.00.www.
land -own'e r-f inancing .
Scom or call 35232`15-1018.
11/18ApJf11/19 -

1-1/4 ACRE BRONSON:
Beautifully wooded parcel
jtist off paved street. Own-
er Financing! NO DOWN-
PAYMENT! Only $256/mo.
Total $24,900.00. www-
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com or call 352-215-1018..
11/18ApJf11/19

5 ACRES WILLISTON:
Well, Septic and Power al-
ready in place. Beautiful
country setting with Oak-
Shaded homesite. Fenced
- Perfect for horses. Owner
Financing! NO DQWN PAY-
MENT! Only $876.69/mo-
Total $99,900.00. o wwwN.
lan d -owNner -financing .
com or call 352-215-1018-
11/18ApJf?1/19

wThm BEAUTIkFsUI LOTS
road, located just minutes
from beautiful Suwannee
River and Fanning Springs
in the F"annin' Springs An-
nex, nearly. 1 acre each (383
,:~10 ah) $ 4000 eah
S215,00 eaor both OR e s
Offer. MUST SELL Call
anytirne (352) 221-2777.
10/21ApJfl 0/22

WILLISTON HIGHLANDS
UNI : ce $50 0
OBO; 1 % acres $14,000
OBO; '/ acres lots` $9,000
each. Owner financing 352-
215-8381. 10/21ApJfi0/22 '

Wanted ole BI
ABSOLUTE BEST CASH
VALUE PAID FOR COINS:
Private collector seeking
,udSer rties nddcurrenc ,
ver, nickel and gold. For per-
Ssonal collection; I pay more
than dealers and pawn. Wl~ill :
drive to you. (3~52) 949-1~450 ~
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WANT TO BUY TIMBER
- cypress, pirie, -ard -hardl-
wood. Call 352-221-5786!
11/11ApJfl1/12

JUNK' CARS BOUGHT:
$100 $150. Call 352-453-
7159 tfnApJftfn



DIXIE MONUMENTS- Serv-
ing North Central FI for over
a decoandze F aurin bea b

monumehits in many colors &

dsgns r e us coms de ~


,g i aer ethig &
alo inscri e fnal ets
.lettering, at te c etlery. L-

Hbehinid4 Mc I N church
Town. Open Tues-Fri 8-4
& Sat. 8-12 or call for after
hour's appt Toll Free 1-877-
542-3432 8120/10

NEW MOWER & CHAIN
SAW PARTS: Stihl, Husqvar--
na, Ayp, Murray, Sears, MTD,
Briggs, Kohler, Robin, and
Honda. Blades for most mow-
ers. Beauchamp Saw Shop.
352-493-4904 4/2110p

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

WORM' CASTINGS COM.
POST WIEARTHWORMS:
$5/301bs, excellent or anic
fertilizer for all plants. 352-
486-6912 or 727-709-3398
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I.Ivestoc
FOR RENT -Pasture/Board
includes stall. $150/month
with 5 available. In Williston,
352-528-3895. 11/4ApJfil/5

55 FarmPr01HI
HAY FOR SALE: Large
rolls, highly fertilized, .net-
wrapped, weed free! Coastal
Bermuda-$48; Pensacola
Bahia-$35. Call (352) 949-
0222. tfnAbJf'

.HAY FOR SALE: Large fer-
tilizbd. Bahia rolls, $35.00.
Delivery extra. Call 352-.
209-7742 11/4ApJf11/5~


1999 OLDSMOBII.E IN-
TRIGUE ~- $5,995; .original
miles 55,000. Call 493-4263
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'07 CHEVY SILVERADO -
$;15,995; call for more details
at 493-4263. tfnAfJf

2009 CHEVY IMPALA -
Nicel $18,995. Call for info
at 493-4263. 2fnAfJf

'07 CHEVY EXPRESS VAN
-15 passenger capac-
ity, $21,995 OBO. Call 493-
4263. tfnAfJf

'96 FREIGHTLINER CON,.
DO -$5000. 352-486-1270.
10/28ApJfl 0/29

,07 CHEVY COBALT GM
certified. $11,995. Call 352-
493-4263 tfnAfJftfn

'08 CHEVY TAHOE Leath-
er. G M certified. $30,995.
Call 352-493-4263 tfnAfJft--


'06 CHEVY TR~AIL;BLAZERR-
GM certified. $17,995. Call,
352-493-426:3 tfniAfJftn

2000 FORD RANGER 3.0 6..
Cylinder XLT 4 Door Supcir '
Cab... Cold Air. 1 owner, lowli.
~mileage Call (352) 463-1675
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F700. FORD ~DUMP? TRUCK

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1 0/21ApJfl 0/22

'OS PT CRUI ER -. Good
car. Great value. $4,500.i
hatch@silksu'nshineflorals
Chiefland. 352-493-0788
10/21ApJfl 0/22

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DO MOMAN -FREE Junk-
metal removal. Also, demo
old sheds, barns, etc., and re-
move debris. Storm damage,
yard-raking. Honest & reli-
able. Can Do Mo. Call 352-
642-6639.' 11/4ApJfil/5

POOL CLEANING: A-1
POOLCLEANINGSERVICE,
abo~ve-ground. & in-ground
pool services. Above-ground
installs. -Pressure treated
decks. Honest & Affordable,
serving the Tri-County area.
Call for FREE consultation/
estimate. Residential & Com-
mercial accounts 352-231-
2512. tfn8/5pAJf -

ESSECUTS Kids' cuts, 12
years and under ~- $6.00;
Adult regular haircuts -
$9.00; styled $12.00 and
up. Ask for Essie, 352-493-
9855. 10/28ApJf

BILL'S SMALI ENGINE RE-
PAIR: 40,years~experi~nce;
Bri~ggs & Stratton W~arranty.
Master Service Technician'
3275 NE ~Hwy 349, OI
Town, FL. 352-542-8480
1 0/21ApJfi 0/22

,BOB OS;BORNE TREE
SERVICE: ~ Trimming, .Re-
movarl Stump .Grinding, 70-
foot bucket truck. FREE ES-
TI MATES. Fully insured. 352-
463-9100 11/18ApJfl1/19 .

M.H. ELECTRICAL SER-
VJCE, INC.: ~Your best con-
nection for service, residen-
tial and commercial work-
EC-0002526; Call Gary 352-
528-0268 10/21ApJf10/22

1-ANDYMAN: All types of
carpentry, home repairs, and
odd jobs. Call Gary 352-
528-0268). 10/2~1ApJf10/22

ABSOLUTE AUTO BODY
SHOP. Specializing in late
model ,;collision repair, body repair & glasswork.
Towing available. Free Es-
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BACKWOO S .CUSTOM
SERVICES: Lawn pare, land
clearing; pressure washing,
Realty clean-urp/out, demo,
storm clean-up, landscaping
- all at reasonable prices.
Call: Wayne 352-317-5548.
l1.021ApJfl0122

M~OBLE HOME & HOME
REPAIR: Ce~iling to Floor
and more: -Quality ~work
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Cedar Key hauls in big crowd for annual Seafood Festival


r


Brilliant sunlight and a cool wind
fanned appetites Saturday at the 40th
Annual Cedar Key Seafood Festival.
Thousands of people gathered at open-
air stailds in the city park to eat grouper
sandwiches, steamed clams, cooked
oysters, corn-on-the-cob, stone, crab claws,
and to browse through art and handicraft
exhibits at the art and crafts show.
When night fell Saturday, hundreds
patronized local restaurants on the
waterfront and listened to bands.
Many of the seafood stands, run by
local civic, church and community groups,
sold out of seafood before the festival
concluded.
Rory Brennan, president of the Cedar
Key Lions Club, the organization that
sponsored the festival, said the usual
crowd at the festival is 10,1000 to 20,000.

"Ifthat's the usual, I would say it
was 15,000 to 20,000 people both days,"
Brennan said.
The Cedar Key; Oysterman's
A-ssociation sold 16 gallons of cooked
o!sters the first day and 10 gallons the
second day before running out. The
association was forced to sell shrimp and
fries after running out of oysters.
Representatives of the association said
oysters are not plentiful, They were not
sure why. They thought that warm Gulf
of Mexuico waters, not enough fresh water
and perhaps erosion might have been
responsiblee' They hope the cooler weather
will bring back the oysters:
They noted that Georgia diverted water:
fr~om the Chattahoochee River to Atlanta
during the drought, which deprive~d the
Gulf of MIexico of fresh water, which in
turn could haver affected oy~sters. Later
in the yecar, Atlanta experinced historic
flooding.
Cedar Key School FFA sold' out of
grouper sandwiches before the festival
ended Sunday. T~he money earned from
sales at the festival will go toward buying'
a 2.500-gallon mini aqua-farm tank for
the FFA~ program, said FFA Ad\isor and
agriculture teacher Denny Voyles.
SDonations from Drummond
-:Community Bank, School Board member
Beth Dav;is. the Todd Shewey ftimily and'
Voyles Guide Services, when added tgp& ~
the money raised at the festival, may be '.
,almost enough to buy the tank
Voyles said the FFA did vvell at the
festival.
"We made pretty close to ad fortune. but
we had a fortune in expenses, too," Voy'les
said.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife ~';
~Conservation Commission recently gave
the Cedar Key FFA ~program 80 red fish.
each about 1-inch long, to raise at the
school. W~hen the fish are grown the
FFA will give the fish back to the FWC
experimental program.
The 3'" and 4'" grade classes at Cedar
. Key School sold out of their supply of
massivee cooked shrimp Saturday and
had to order niore. The shrimp'had been
purchased in Crystal River.
"Wei w.eren't expecting to be buying
more, but yesterday (Saturday) was
unbelievable,"- said DeAnne Watson, a
3'" grade: teacher. "The people just raved
yesjterday. People got in fights when they
were standing in line. I think people came
to our stand because the shrimp were an
awesome size."
Linda Campbell and Kathy McCain
worked to keep pace with the demand for
funnel cakes. The sweet treat drew long
lines of people. Money raised from the
sale of funnel cakes will go to the Cedar
Key School kindergarten and to the Future.
Florida Educators Association. Half the
money will fund scholarships-for high'
school seniors in Cedar Key.
Steamed clams were also selling well.
The Cedar Key Aquaculture Association
was keeping pace with the demand.
But association members said there
were problems with clam farming this
year. The market was weak and some clam
farmers lost clams' when flooding persisted
on the Suwannee River. The river empties
into the Gulf of Mexico. The heavy
concentration of fresh water affected the
underwater clam farms, killing some of the
clams.
The association brought plenty of clams
to the festival. They heaped mounds of
clams on black plates for a purchase price


of $5. The steamed clams were tasty.


The Levy County Journal


The County Paper. Est. 1923


Story and photos
Staff Writer


by Terry Witt


!afood Festival is crowded with visitors browsing through arts and


I no mluway us
its on Sunday*


Hannah Bi-inkman, 8, shows off the jumboslhrimp
the 3rd and 4th grade classes were selling as a
fundraiser. The shrimp were popular with visitors
to the festival.

9~ ...:


Taylor Rains, 17, and Brittany Coison, 15, prepare
to load plates with stacks of freshly steamed farm
raised clams at the Cedar Key Aquaculture Asso-.
ciation stand*


MIKe yegal, at m~eriana TOlK afIISE, 9XnlDIES 015 WOrK aE Ine Te5EIVal. I ne paintings WUFU Un
ored and attracted much attention.


Jacob Bishop walks through the midway ad- Bbi Nwe o ilsn ok pc f
vertising grouper sandwiches at the FFA booth. BbiNwer fWlitnlosa ic f
The sandwiches proved to be popular. colorful art along the midway.


AD FINALLY
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The levy County _Journal The County Paper, Est. 1923 levyjournalonline.com Oct. 22, 2009


Indians find comfort at homecoming)


Get much-needed win


over Hamilton County

Story and photos by Rick Burnham Three runs by Jamantye Th~ompson
Edtor moved the ball to the 20, butl a pir of i
incomplete passes ended the drit e. z
Garrett Schroidt kicked. Robby~ The Trojans found momenntml (110~j~i~U~L l~C.


Story and photo by Terry Witt
Staff Writer

Brolison started off strong and finished strong
in Friiday's game withi St. Joseph High School,
but the Eagles lost their composure early in the
second half and it proved~ costly.
St; Joseph, which rallied after losing star
rn~nnmgback Scott Jones to a concussion, won
the game 48-22: '
~The game was tied 14-14 at the half.
r~~"s~St. Joseph returned in the second half to exact
~.'!,erevenge on the Eagles. Bronson seemed helpless
to ~stop St. Joseph's ground attack. Bronsoil was
penalized 17 times for 125 yards. St. Joseph was
~flagged seven times for 40 yards.
Bronson Coach Al Cooksey was upset with
his team's lack of heart.
"They wanted it more than we did. They
played harder than we did when their kid got
hurt. They are a team," Coo~kses said. "WNe jiist
have to work harder."
Cookses- said six of his starters missed
practice on Monday, and that was not' unusual.
"You can't win like that," he said.
It was an odd game. Even Bronson announcer,
Jaihes Trimm, was handed' a 15-yard penalty
when game offcials heard a; comment that
Triinim never intended to go beyond the press
box. Trimm said he bgi a hot microphone" that
could not be shut off. He had been holding his
Eagle rd'ceiver Raymie Powers catches a high velocity hand over the microphone to screen comments
pass thrown by quarterback Kelby Barb~er and secures he didrl't want hieaid. When he' told St. Joe
it in, his hands for a first down.

Chiefland beats Bronson in


clash of middle schools


Story and photos by Rick Burniham
Editor

It was billed as a .battle of the
unbeatens, but the end result left one side
of Levy County a: little flat. '
Chiefland Middle Sc'hool got more
than 200 yards rushing from talented
tailback James Corbin enroute to a 62-
0 victory over Bronson Middle School
Tuesday at Chiefland. .
Chiefland was never challenged in
the game, leadiing 48-0 at the end of the
first half after a barrage of second quarter
points.
Chiefland got on the board on their
first possession when quarterback
Deshawn Roland scampered nine yards
for a touchdown with 2:36 left in the
period. Roland then passed to Shaquille
Patterson for the two-point conversion
and the Braves led 8-0.
Chiefland was back on the board again
moments later, then Corbin sprinted 24
yards for the score. Roland danced mn for


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possessions later, driving into Chiefland
territory before the drive stalled.
Chiefland got its first points of the
gainme inmidwayr throtxgli'E the~ second
quarter. and used a Ilengthy pass play; to
do it~. Facing' a second-and-''4 from the
Hamilton 49-yard, line,, Carter lofted a
pass down the right sideline to Jakanrr
White, who caught the ball and made
it to the: 20-yard line before being
tackled.
Six plays: later, Schmidr Ilifte an
end-over-end kick through the uprlghts
from 41-yardls out, and Chielland led 3-
0 at the half.
Schmidt struck again late in the
third ciuarter again from 41 _1ards out.
Clenten Wasson recovered a Hamlton
County fumble at the Trojan 35. and the

See* Chiefland, Page 3B


McCabe rumbled. Eugene Carter
scampered. And Chiefland breathed a
collective sigh ~of relief.
There were plelity of activities
in .between during Chieflaind's 21-7
homecoming victory over Hamilton
County Friday namely the crowning
of a new homecoming queen -`but those
were the essentials of a crisp,~ cool,
October evening.
Chiefland improved to 3-4 with the
win over the Trofans, who dropped to
0-6 with the loss.
But Hamilton, under first-year coach
IMike Pittman, did not play like a winless
team early on, battling Chiefland to a
scoreless tie at the end of one quarter,
Chiefland had a golden opportunity
for anh early score when Vincent; Days
snatched a short, opening kickoff out
of the air at the Hamilton 36-yard line.


Jamantye Thompson leaves a trail of Hamilton County defenders
during first-half action Friday.


fans directly in front of the press box that they
were "whiners and cry babies," the comment
accidentally went out over the public address
system.
Officials stopped the game and threw a flag
on Trimm.
The Eagles were backed up to~the two-yard
line with the penalty on Trimm. The offcials
explained the penalty to Bronson players who
weren't sure why they were being penalized. St.
Joseph expanded its lead to 28-14 when it scored
on the next play. ~The crowd was quieted by the
oddity of the penalty. One offcial, commeixted
that it was the first time in his 25 years that he
has thrown a flag on an announcer.
Even after Trimm left the press box, officials
could hear voices coming over the public address
system. Officials stopped the game and pulled
the plug on the public address system.
There was one, other Bronson casuallty.
A.J. Graham,' who scored two touchdowns,
was ejected for unsportsmanlike conduct. The
Florida~ High School Activities Association \vill
determine if additional punishment is warranted.
Graham is the thlird Bronson playe~r,ejelcted this
year. Starting linemen Willie Ellison and Harold
Hicks -ere ejected earlier in the seaspn a~nd
never returned. They were ejected for being
mouthy.
The game began on an ~upbeat note -when
Bronson drove 71 ,ards to score on a 10-y~ard

See Bronson, Page 6B


the conversion and the Braves led 16-0.
SThe Braves were far Ifrom done at
that point, arid got their third score of the
evening when Alphonso Timmons bulled
his way into the end ~zone with 5:55 left
in the q uarte~r. Corbin added the two-point
coini ersiori and Chiefland led 24-0.
Chiefland got another touchdown at the
2:25 mark'.when Roland passed 10 yards
to Payton Parnell:: Corbin s conversion
run made it 3'-0. They made it 40-0 on a
run by Timnionas and a conversion run by
Roland at the 52 second mark, and finished
off the first half barrage with a seven-yard
touchdown run at the 14 second mark by
Timmons. Roland passed to Kyle Weeks
for the conversion, and the Britves led 48-
0 at the half.
The second half saw only two scores.
The Braves scored on a. 14-yard run by
Timmons with 6:27 left in the third quarter,
and then on a 42-yard run by Gerald
Donald with time running down. Latrell
See Braves, Page 5B


Chiefland's Deshawn Roland (15) and Kyle Weeks go up to defend
a pass against Bronson's Alan Burks. Weeks intercepted the ball
after it deflected off all three players.


Bronson fades in second half, loses to St.Joseph HMigh





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when Brandon Quinn intercepted and returned own 37 to score on the pass from Beauchamp~
the ball to the Williston 30. Bronson was able to Wilson, and the two point conversion pass to
to run out the clock and keep the ball out of the Jenkins.


Sports Wrap


How


They

Stand


Football
District 4, 2B
Team W-L (Dist) W-L
Williston 2-0 5-1
Trin Catholic 2-0 5-2
Mount Dora 1-1 3-3
Newberry 1-1 .3-3
Key Heights 0-2 3-3
Urtiatilla 0-2 0-6

Friday's Scores

":vHeihHs on28,Theewbilra s214
Trinity Catholic 70, Eastside 36
Lake Highland Prep 24, Mt. Dora 0

This week's games
Williston at Tri ity Catiholic
Keystone Heig Rts at Mount Dora
Newberry at Umatilla

District 5, 1A
Team W-L (Dist) W-L
Dixie Co. 4-0 6-1
W Id wood 2-1 3-4


Chiefla es 2-2 3-4
Trenton 0-2 2-3
Hamilton Co. 0-3 0-6

Friday's Scores .
Chiefland 21, Hamilton County 7
Hilliard 14, Trenton 0
Key Heights 28, The Villages 14
Dixie County 55, Wildwood 40

This week's games
Hamilton at Wild wood
Trenton at The Villages
Dixie County at Hilliard

Independent '
Team W-L
Bronson 1-6

Friday's Score
St. Josephs 48, Bronson 22 :i:

Theksis wee' game
St. Joseph at Bro'nson ~

Volleyball
This week's games
Oct. 22
Wllilliston at Bronson
- Varsity @ 6 p.m.
Oct. 26-29
Chiefland and Bronson at Bell
for Girls ~5-2A Volleyball Tourna-
ment
- Varsity only

Wls na~t Santa Fe for Girls
5-3A Volleyball Tournament
- Varsity only


By Rick Burnham
Editor .l

For the vast majority of
Florida high school football
teams, the 2009 playoffs are still
a month away. But for Williston ~
and Trinity Catholic, the future .'
is now. "
The Red Devils travel to Ocala
Friday to. take on the Celtics ini a
game that will essentially decide .
the District 4-2B3 champion, with
the runner-up having to hit the
road once the playoffs begin.
Williston took the week off .
after drubbing Umatilla Oct. 9~, while Trinity
Catholic surprised Gainesville Eastside with a
70-point outburst, winning 70-36. That marked
the second consecutive game the Celtics have
topped 50 points they hammered Keystone
Heights 56-14 the week before.
Trinity Catholic also put up impressive
numbers a year ago in Williston,. beating the
Red Devils 63-42. .
SBut 'this is a .different Red Devil team, one
full of talent and confidence on both sides of the
ball. Yobu really can't corral the current stable
of Williston running backs, and there are Red
Devil defenders roariting the field who will
knock your head off. Knock it clean off and
then laugh in your general direction.
SSo what happens when the irresistible force
meets the immovable object? Williston wins, of
course. 28-27.
And what happens when Bronson hits the
road to take on Branford a week after falling
to 6-1 St. Josephs at home? No one knows.
But the Eagles looked good at times against St.


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Eagle defenders chase dbwn a Williston running back during Bronson's 30-28 win
Oct. 13.

BrOnson Middle School passes


big test, defeating Williston


Story and photos by Terry Witt
Staff Writer


hands of the Red Devils.
"We played a team that was bigger than us
with speed, and we beat them," Hamilton said.
"It's always tremendous to beat a good football
school."
Williston's Keith Neal had great physical
strength. He was able more on than one
defensive stand to pick up smaller Bronson
players and fling them through the air a short
distance for the tackle. Two of the Red Devil
linemen towered over Bronson's litie. Battles
had great speed.
But the scoring was all Bronson in the early
going.
Brandon Quinn and Brock Brower ran for
Bronson's first two touchdowns. Quinn ran for
the two-point conversions. Quinn added his
second touchdown on a 30-yard dash around
left end with 4:42 left mn the second quarter. The
Red Devils stopped the two-point conversion'
leaving the score 22-0.
The scoring from that point belonged entirely
to Williston until late in the game.
The Red Devils got on the scoreboard with
2:35 left in the second quarter when. Battles
tossed a 10-yard touchdown pass to Thomas
Womble. Bronsorn stopped, the two-point
conversion.
Early in the third quarter, Quadarius ~Donald
blasted through the Bronson defense and
sprinted 47 yar-ds for a touchdown. Battles ran
for the two pomnt conversion,. leaving the score
22-14 with 7:44 left in the third.
Williston tied the score w~ith 1:31 left in the
third when.Donald ran 42yards for a touchdown.
Neal ran for the two-point conversion.
Quinn fumbled at Bronson's 45 yard line
on the Eagles next possession. On the second
play of the series, Battles sprinted 45 yards for
a touchdown, but the two point conversion run
by Battles failed.
After the kickoff, Bronson drove from its


The B~ronson Middle School football
team continued its unbeaten streak last week,
defeating W~illiston 30-28, but it took last minute
heroics to get.the job done,
The ~Eagles, who are 7-0, ;had taken a 22-0
lead viith just 4.42 left in the half, but the Red,
Devils stormed back to tie the jgame late in the
third quarter and take the lead late iti the fourth
quarter on a run by quarterback Paul Battles.
But Bronson refused to quit and stuffed the
two-point conversion, leaving the score 28-22
hvith Williston leading for the first time in the
game.
Bronson d'oacly Greg Hamilton said~the goal
line stand was the biggest play of the game for
his team. It gave Bronson an opportunity to
score again and win the game. And the Eagles
did score.
The Eagles, drove from the Bi-onson 37
to score on a 47-yard pass from quarterback
Tyler Beauchamp to Nick Wilson. The throw
wras on the mark and Wilson used his speed to
outdistance the Red Devil defense.
Bronson added two more points when
Beauchamp tossed a coffin corner, throw to
Devaughn Jenkins for the score. The catch
~was note~asy for the 6-foot 42-mch 8'" grader.
TW'?;i" f r si De\ ils -~j~ail rehtly~: suspected \that
was coming and were correctly; positioned to
defend the pass. But Beauchamp threw a pass
that only someone with Jenkins' height and
athletic ability could have caught.
Jenkins had a deeply bruised shoulder. He
was taped up beforetthe game. Jenkins knew
when he jumped high for the ball and began to
fall that it would probably be painful when he
hit the turf. The young receiver hung on.
The Red Devils were left with one more
opportunity to score, but their drive ended


Joes, putting up 22 points.' Kelby
~f~~i~~~~Barber accounted for nearly 20()
yards of total ~offense, and the
Bronson' running 'game` shiow-d
signs of life at select poipnts;in the
game.
~Branford has looked good
while compiling a 5-1 record, but
their competition is: not exactly
the stuff of legends. Throw in the
fact that Branford must play St.
Josephs next week, and j ou ha;e
a recipe for an upset. You heard
(read) it here first. Bronson 2!-
17.
After knocking off Hamilton
County during homecoming week, the Chiefland
Indians take a week off before entertaining a
talented Dixie County team Oct. 30. With a 28-
21 loss to Chiefland a year ago still lingering in
their minds, you just know the Bears will be out
for revenge.
Ajay and Company will have the boys ready
though.
How abotit Bobby and Company? Bowden's
Ilorida State Seminolks have had a tough go of
it in 2009, and now must face the ACC's best
defense Thursday at North Carolina. The good
news is that North Carolina also has the league's
worst offense, which will probably score 50 on
the Noles anyway. FSU has issues on defense.
Ever the optimist, FSIJ 28-24.
No. 2 Florida takes its show on the road to
Mississippi State this week, and you just know
theyr will be ticked off about being No. 2. That's
bad news for the 3-4 Bulldogs and former Gator
offensive coordinator Dan Mullen. The Gators
continue their march toward the end-of-season
matchup with Alabama. 52-7.


Bienior, 17
Chiefland~ Volleyball
+ Parents: Mike and lia~g
Biehl
Interests and favorites
+ Food: Lasagna
4 TV Silks: Th6 Hililf:'.)
+ Movie: Twilight
+ Music: All kinds
+ Book: The Notebook
+ Class: AP Biology
+ Three words to identify
yourself: Dedicated, energetic,
self-motivated
+ The Performance: Biehl
had 1 kill, 1 dig, 7 assists, 1
dink, 11 serves and 1 ace serve
during Chiefland's 27-25, 25-
21, 21-25, 25-14 win over
Willision Tuesday.
SBiehl on her performance ~"I'
tried my best and the outer en
wa od "
wa Chefland volleyball Bh~iad
Coach Tammy Arrington: on
Bgiehl's performance: "Amie
does a good job hustling to get
the ball. She can take a bad
pass and turn it into a good
set."
+ Plans after graduation: After
Chiefland High School, she
plants on going on to college,
most likely Santa Fe College, to
pursue a degree in nursing.


Athletes

of the

week


Garrett Schmidt
Senior, 17
Chiefland Football
+ Parents: Derek and Sonya
Schmidt
Interests and favorites
# Food: Steak'
4 TMV Show: hat '70s Show
4 Book: The Great Gatsby
+ Class: English
4 Three words to identify
yourself: Crazy, Athletic,
Musically-inclined
+ The Performance: Schmidt
booted two 41-yard field goals
and added an extra point in
Chiefland's 21-7 homecoming
win over Hamilton County
Friday.
+ Schmidt on his
performance: "I felt like I
was in a zone. I latew the first
one was good before it even
went: through the uprights.
Everything was perfect -
- the blocking, the snap and
the hold. I am lucky to have.
Jamantye (Thompson) holding
for me and Clenten (Wasson)
long snapping."
SChiefland Head Coach
Xa\ Ulmer abo)U Schmid :'

worked hard. Ex erlr body! ga ns
confidence in him and be g~ins
confidence in himself. It is:
something that could help as
down the road."


:C h efl an d


90 lf tean1

ad a n ce s to


regiOnalS

The Chiefland Indians
golf team advanced to
Monday's regional play-
off round after finishing
third in the district tour-
nament held Tuesday at
the Univer~sity~of Florida
Golf Course. The scoreS
for the Indian golfers
were as follows: Alven
Davis 85; 'Jacoib Rei~y
- 92; Logan Smith 93:
Jimmy Reidy 93'; and
LVatt Tyson 101.
Congrats to the Indi-
ans and good luck at the
regionals!







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Chiefland, from Page 1B
Indians drove 16 yards in eight plays
to the 19. Schmidt was all set up to
attempt a 35-yard kick, but an illegal
substitution moved the ball back to the
24. Schmidt, a senior, proved up to the
~task, nailing his second field goal of Q"
the evening to put Chiefland up 6-0. ~s ~ ~ ~ ~ lk ~ I rL1,
McCabe took off down the left ';'$9911uli- _'` nI ;
sideline on the first play of the fourth
quarter, lumbering 39 yards to the end
zone to make it 12-0 Chiefland. Carter '
danced into the end zone on the 2-point
attempt, and the Indians led 14-0. ~d~~~~~~
It took Hamilton about 90 seconds to
respond, with junior tailback Anthony
Ingram covering the last five yards of
a 60-yard drive with 10:19: left in the
game. Aaron Hotchkiss converted the
extra point, and Chiefland led 14-7.
But Chiefland came back to seal the
win with another touchdown scamper
by Carter, ~this time from 22 yards out.
The Indians actually drove to the nine- *~ ~ ~ v
yard line, but a penalty and a finnble
moved the ball back before Carter took
off. Schmidt's extra point provided the . .'
final margin.
Afterward, Chiefland Head Coach Chief land Head Coach Ajay Ulmer (right) congratulates quarterback Eugene Carter following a touchdown
Ajay Ulmer gave credit to his team's as assistant coach Cody Montgomery celebrateS.
defense, a squad that he said has been
on the cusp of big things a~ll year.
"It has been there," he ~said. "Our
defense came out tonight, and were
determined that they were going to
control the football game, and they did. r 1F
We had a good package put together,
a good scheme. People think about .
offense being about execution. Defense
is execution too, being in the right spot
and making the tackle when you are -,
there. We swarmed to the ball, and the Djk
one thing we focused on was getting 11 .Y
hats to the ball, and that helped us.",
The coach said the homecoming
win was important for the whole team
the players and coaches alike.
"We have been working hard," he
said. "We had'a good. week of practice
and we pult it all together tonight. The
kids wanted to win, and we did what The Indians get a rousing welcome from a Chiefland homecoming crowd as they enter Wayne Pridgeor1
we had to do to win." Stadium for their game against Hamilton County.


Chief land quarterback Eugene Carter gains the corner on Hamilton
County linebacker Delafonta Ward.


The Chiefland High School marching band Chief land Assistant Coach Jimmy Chief land Head Coach Ajay Ulmer conducts a post
performs the National Anthem before Friday's Anderson congratulates Clenten game briefing that includes a number of junior varsity
homecoming game against Hamilton county. Wasson after a touchdown drive. players moved up at the end of the season.


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English (left) and Jasmine Gonzalez lead the cheers-





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Story.and photo by Terry W~itt
Staff Writer

Bronson's varsity girls' volleyball team cruised to
an easy victory over Hawithorne last weeki, beating the
Ladyr Hornets 25-10, 25-11 and 25-13.
Coach Kim Watkins said Hawthorne wasn't a
strong opponent, but she added, "It's always gbod to
get a win."
Bronson has won four matches this year. Many of
the losses to district opponents were very close. The
Lady Eagles often win at least one of the games in the
match when it comes to a district foe.
"We dd play tight games when it's a district
opponent,": she said.
The Lady Eagles dominated Hawthorne from the
opening serve, but never lost their focus despite the
fact that Hawthorne lacked the firepower to compete
on Bronson's level.
"They didn't let. them come back in the game,"
Watkins said. "'I'hey made silly errors, but they stayed
011top"
Brittany Smith proved to be the main force for
spikes. Her powerful slams sent the ball rocketing
into the opposite court.
The entire team served well, which proved to be
the undoing of Hawthorne. The Lady Hornets had
problems fielding the serves,
Bronson covered, its defensive court, rarely
allowing a ball to drop in the gaps between players.
Watkins played everyone on the team, and didn't
lose momentum by doing so.
~"When I can, I try to play everybody," she said.
Bronson has three games left before the district
tournament.
This Thursday. is senior night. The L~ady Eagles
will host Williston.


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Braves, from Page 1B
0 Bradshaw's conversion run finished up the
L. scoring.
4 Afterward, Chiefland Head Coach Tony
Phillips said his team was able to take care of
th'e fundamentals.
~~~s ~F~-~p~j ~ -I"Execution was the key," he said. "We were
able to execute our game plan by tackling and
.1 E 1$S$BBIL Ibi~~k II ~~g8kq~ t~~F~is~; ~bB~ I I~id~~l~blocking well and playing hard."
~t~t~ Chiefland now heads to the SMAC
~CTChampionship game on Tuesday at Fort
White,
Despite his team's first defeat of the season,
.~:t:`(i~~h.Bronson coach Greg Hamilton said his team
t~ held their' heads high. He also gave plenty of
T~II.credit to Chiefland.
~:.ii:"Chiefland has an excellent football
.~(py.;~.team," he said. "They are well-coached, run
:I;:~i~~;,'; - 'Ia diversified offense, and their defense is

.~touHeh.added that he was disappointed in his
:t ~team's effort, but added that the Bronson team
:: L ;t ... - i.T is in it for the long run.
:I' .j~ "The kids did not quit, they played with their
.. r~.~heads up, and they played hard," he said. "We
Deshawn Roland throws a second quarter. touchdown -, : '. are in this for the long run, and Bronson has
pass for Chiefland, James Corbin rushes for a first- made a lot of strides in the middle school area
half touchdown. for the past few years. As long as they continue
to work hard, it will all come together."


James Corbin sprints past Bronson defenders for a big first-half gain. Corbin rushed
Tyler Beauchamp~ avoids a rush for Bronson and throws for. more than 100 yards in the game, and also scored a touchdown and two, two-
a nass dow;infield. point conversions.


Brandon Quinni gets past Kiantavis Coffee for a Bronson gain. Kyle Weeks catches a conversion pass in front of Brandon Qutinn.


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A.J. Graham puts h~is helmet into a St. Raymie Powers is tackled by two de-
Joseph player as he flies mnto the end fenders after a pass reception. at Soi (3.n eb re hl id osn
zone for a touchdown. Eagle bring down a St. Joseph runner.
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~touchdown pass from quarterback Kelby Barber to Graham. St. Joseph returned
the favor on its next possession, driving 58 yards to score on a pass. The game was
+ lI tied at 7-7 with 1:06 left in the first quarter.
~Bronson was unable to move the ball on its next possession, but it soon got the
ball back. St. Joseph fumbled on its opening run, with Bronson's Darius Thomas
ii~l ~BZI~recovering. But Bronson was unable to take advantage of its good fortune and was
forced to punt.
.. St. Joseph drove from its own 40 to the Bronson 30-yard line. Two penalties,
on~e for.a late hit out of bounds and the second' for pass interference, moved St.
Joseph into scoring position. St. Joseph scored with 6:21 left in the half.
Bronson responded by driving from its own 20 to score on a well-timed pass
from Barber to Graham. Barber found Graham running full tilt down the left
sideline. He dropped the ball into Graham's hands. Graham never broke stride on
the 62-yard touchdown reception. Raymie Powers added the extra point, as he had
on the first score.
t~'.B, ~With seconds left in the half, St. Joseph attempted a 40-yard field goal, but
..'.~missed it wide right.
~'~~icTThe second half proved to be a disaster for the Eagles. They could not stop St.
Joseph's running attack. The inability to stop the run was not surprising; but the
r9 g4 fact that it came after a promising first half was a new twist.
~;~ :It wasn't until late in the fourth quarter that Bronson mounted an 85-yard drive
that concluded with a 9-yard touchdown pass from Barber to Powers. -Powers was
bumped hard before the ball arrived, but the ball had been rifled through a crease
in the defense as Barber scrambled to avoid the rush. The ball hit Powers in the
numbers. He held on for the score. Barber threw a two-point conversion pass to
Thomas Howard.
Time ran out before the Eagles could mount another drive.
Offensive Stats:
Barber 13 of 27 for 157 yards and three touchdowns. He was intercepted
"$ 5 0 once. He rushed 13 times for 42 yards.
Graham rushed 10 times for 50 yards. He caught three passes for 87 yards,
case anAc .r including touchdowns of 18 and 62 yards.
Powers caught three passes for 36 yards and a touchdown.
200s ous Fse carat Quintell Coleman rushed three times for minus 1 yard. He caught two passes
We k~nowu you by raname for minus 2 yards.
brand tr~eatr yPM eake famrr~y. Ben Landon caught one pass for 15 yards.
-- ~~-t~ ~ SevingF a thecommootytor years roxi-r-- ...R ** Dylan Rietkowski caught one pass for 10 yards.
Defensive Stats:

Sinclair, 2 tackles, 5 assists, 1 fumble recovery; Frank Gay, 4 assists, half a sack;
Payton Spohier 2 tackles, 3 assists, half a sack; Darius Thomas 2 tackles, 4 assists,
half a sack; Matt Drysdale 2 tackles, 2 assists, half a sack.


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Weighted Average Re
R~'~ipts: 710 Last Week: 832 Year Ago: 643
Sfifighter cows and bulls steady to firm. Feeder steers
an~heifers uneven but mostly steady on the higher quality
c~ittle. Feeder and replacement cows weak. 28 percent
slaughter cows, 4 percent slaughter bulls, 32 percent
fieder steers, and 7 percent feeder and replacement
cow\s.


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stock Report
!port for Oct 7, 2009
Feeder Steers Medium and Large 2-3
Wt Range Avg Wt Price Range
215-230 222 110.00-114.00 112.07
260-295276 95.00-107.00 101.73
305-335317 85.00-92.00 88.73
365-395375 85.00-93.00 87.81
405-4304.17 47.00-89.00 78.88
475-485 481 83.00-87.00 85.6
520-535528 77.00-82.00 79.46
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Slaughter Cows Breaker 75-80 percent
14t Range Avg Wt Price Range
1235-1525 1376; 41.00-47.00
18i75-1895 1758 46.00-48.00
Slaughter Cows Boner 80-85 percent
Wt Range Avg Wt Price Range
915-1185 1104 41.50-47.00
8 5-1175 999 34.50-40.50
Slaughter Bulls Y.G. 1
Wt EEEEEEEEERange Avg Wt Price Range
1175-1485' 1317 48.50-57.00
1595-1975 1768' 48.00-56.50
Feeder Steers Medium and Large 1-2
Wt Range .~ Avg Wt Price Range
215-2301i25 117.00-125.00 119.55
255-285172 115.00-123.00 119.25'
305-345 327 96.00-106.00- 101.33
I:355-390369 95.00-105.00 '100.79
415-435 422 90.00-100.00 94.19
.460-495477 89.00-97.00 92.43
515-535 525 83.00-88.00 85.88
555-590572 80.00-81.00 80.48


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Avrg Price
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Avg Price
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260-285271
325-345 338
360-395384
410-425414
465-495478
520-545533
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89.00-104.00 96.17
89.00-94.00 91.87
89.00-93.00 90.28
81.00-88.00 8.9 ~s
79.0085.0081104
75.00-78.00 75.78
74.00-76.00 75.02
72.00-75.00 73.22


Feeder Heifers Medium and Large 2-3
Wt Range ~Avg Wt Price Range
205-230219 80.()0-84,00 80.75
260-280271 81.00-85.00 82.49
325-345 335 80.00-84.00 81.46
375-395 388 74.00-80.00 76.71
420-430425 72.00-75.00. 73.32
475-485481 68.00-72.00 69.99
510-535 527 68.00-73.00 70.97 -


Bred Cows Medium and Largel1-2 Middle-Aged
W~t Range Avg Wt Price Range Avg Price
905-1165 1016 46.00-60.00 53.32


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Receipts: 633. Last Week: 740 Year Ago: 646
Com ared to lastF w ek:s Slaug terh cwss ad vbu l

steady. Quality was mostly average. ~Supply and~demand
moderate. Slaughter cows anId bulls 17. percent, feeder
steer and heifers .under 600O pounds 78 percent, (38
percent' steers and 40 percent heifers), over 600 pounds
4 percent, replacement cattle 1 percent.
Slaughter Cows Boner 80-85 percent
Wt Range Avg Wt Price Range Avg Price
900-11~25 .1016 40.00-45.00 42.94
1235-1580 1310 41.00-4.5.00 43.02
Slaughter Cows Lean 85-90 percent
Wt Railge Avg Wt Price Range .Avg Price
850-1035 969 36.00-41.00 39.07
Slaughter Bulls Y.G. 1 .
Wt Range Avg Wt Price Range Avjg ~Price
1250-1450 1343 46.00-50.00 48.06
1505-1660 1582. 48.00-52.00 50,28

Feeder Steers and Bulls Medium and Large 2-3
Wt Range Avg Wt Price Range Avg Price


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Feeder Steers and Bulls Medium and Large 1--2
Wt5Ran5 1 Alv4 t 1Pr ce R 8.22 Avg Pice
250-290268 108.00-122.00 116.3
35-9300-32531 106.00-120.00 112.02
350-30369 98.00-110.00 100.15
400-440425 .- 90.00-104.00. 95.85
450-475462 86.00-92.00 89.39
605-630617 74.00-78.00 76.03


Feeder Heifers Medium and Large 1-2
Wt Range Avg Wt Price Range
205-21521`1~ 96.00-105.00 99.25
250-290276 9'0.00-94.00 91.13
300-325316 89.00-96.00 92.65
350-385357 80.00-88.00 82.25
400-440415 78.00-83.00 79.93
470-490.488 76.00-79.00 78.54 :
505-525 518 74.00-78.00 76.69
550-565555 72.00-78.00_ 75.19
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100.00-112.00 105.26
96.00-105.00 99.84
90.00-102.00, 94..54
88.00-96.00 93.79
82.00-88.00 86.33
80.00-82.00 80.98
70.00-78.00 76.2
68.00-74.00 7.0.66
68.00-71.00 69.48


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85.00-94.00 88.85
78.00-88.00 82.88
74.00-84.00 78.54
72.00-78.00 74.76
70.00-76.00 72.52
68.00-74.00 70
66.00-70.00 68.01
64.00-70.00 67.53


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250-290264
310-325 316
350-39Q:378
400-44Q;426
455-490 481
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550-555552
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250-290267
305-340320
360-385-377
400-440425
450-465 457
500-525511
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OUDOORS m
Oct. 22, 2009


New management


CO ncept on tap


fOT area' Slc DICKDSS
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission staff will introduce a concept for a new
black bass management plan on Oct. 26 at the Florida
Freshwater Fishing Coalition meeting in Orlando.
The plan addresses the long-term needs of this group
of sport fish, which includes Florida largemouth,
shoal, spotted and Suwannee basses.
Black bass are th-e most popularr recreational fish
in the world. In Florida, they provide 822,000 anglers
over the age of 1.6 with 14.7 million days of healthy
:outdoor recreation and generate more ~than a billion
dollars in economic impact for Florida, according to
the 2006 National Survey of Hunting, Fishing and
Wildlife-Associated Recreation.
The~ FWC seeks public input at the unveiling of
the draft plan. The .meeting starts at 9 a.m. in the
Orlando Bass Pro Shop's conference room during the
inaugural meeting of the Florida Freshwater Fishing
Coalition. FLFFC is a partnership of freshwater
fishery organizations and anglers, representing a cross-
sectioh~ of businesses, nonprofits and individuals,
who have a stake in ensuring the future of Florida's
outstanding freshwater fisheries. Collectively, they
waint to learn about' and discuss lake management
issues, fisheries data* and research, so they can
provide an informed voice to achieve the coalition's
vision. Their mission is "To serve as a coalition of
freshwater fishery organizations and anglers to protect
our rights b6y providing representation in Florida
government on pertinent issues that affect recreation
and conservation." For more information, visit www.
FLFF oF FFC is ecstatic to be able to discuss
Florida's black bass management plan with the FWC
at our inaugural meeting. The FLFFC and its' partners
are faced with many issues, including access, habitat .
protection and water' quality," said Todd Kersey,
FLFFC President. "We feell developing. a plan -to
protect the most popular fish in Florida will go a
long way in helphig these issues arid preserving the
state's title as "Fishing Cap~ital o'f the World," which
,is critical to Florida economic.
The FWC's Black ~Bass Management Plan will
ultimately provide the blueprint ~to ensure Florida's-
recognition as "The Bass. Capital of the World," said
Darrell Scovell, FWC's director of the Division of
Freshwater Fisheries Management.
If you're interested in representing a fishery-
dependent business or organization or are an avid
angler with time to commit to helping the coalition,
please visit www.FLFFC.org to reserve a seat and:
to provide input and guidance to the FWC on this
Lcomprehensive and innovative new plan. During the:
aftemoon session, FWC staff will host a roundtable
forum to solicit stakeholders' thoughts, reactions, ideas
and suggestions to help craft the final draft that will bjei
presented to FWC, commissioners in December.
The public also may pr~ovide~ input 4t www.MyFWC.
com/rfishing. Sign up for the FWC's stakeholder
hewsletter "FWC 4-1-:1" by selecting "Contact FWC"
an~d then "FWC 4-1-1" roin ~the left-side popup menu.





2008 Homecoming King Stephen Davis (riQh
crown's the 2009 king runnerup, Adam Burb
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;2008 Homecoming Queen Tiffany Slaughter crowns


Amie Biehi is escorted by her fa-
ther, Mike. (Rick Bumnham)


Morgan Smith is escorted by her father,
Stoney. (Rick Bumnham)


Cassie Richburg is escorted y her
brother Stacey. (Rick Burnham)


Alysa Guerry is escorted by her
brother Jimmy. (Rick Bumham)


The 2008 Homecoming Queen Tiffany Slaughter and
Princess Cherry Toli'ntino are joined by Wade Gore and
Regan Varnes. (Rick Burnham)


Underclassmen Hailey Bason, Shelby Mills and Sarah Megargel enjoy Friday's halftime
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If you have an exotic
pet you can't care for
anymore, don't just open ;i
the front door and set it
free. It's illegal to release
a nonnative animal into
the wild in Florida, and 'Q
it could be detrimental
for thle animal and the
environment.
In an effort to keep
unwanted exotic pets out .
ofFlorida'snativehabitats, w
Busch Gardens and Plant This Burmese python
City, in cooperation with was turned in during
the Florida Fish and teFCsPtA -
Wildlife Conservation nesty Day at the Jack-
Commission (FWC), will snil o n20.
hold the state agency's sixth Nonnative Pet Amnesty
Day Nov. 7.
"We expect' to get quite a few nonnative animals
that day, so we need to make sure we have safe homes
for them," said Jenny Tinnell of the FWC. "Many
exotic species end up in the wild because owners haive
released them. Often, pet owners don't understand
the difference between~ native and nonnative species,
or they don't realize the possible effects releasing a
nonnative fish or animal~can have. This event gives yiet
owners who can no longer take care of their pets or no
longer wish to keep them a legal, responsible option."
Right now, the FWC isi looking for potential
adopters in the Tampa Bay area ~who are experienced
pet owners and willing to provide a home for one or
two nonnative animals. All adopters must fill out the
proper application form before receiving surrendered
animals.


"This isn't free pet giveaway," Tinnell said. "We're
looking for adopters with knowledge and expertise in
caring for exotic pets not people who have always
wanted a pet and think this is an opportunity to try
their hand at owning one without purchasing it."
Nonnative Pet Amnesty Day will be held Nov. 7 at
Busch Gardens. It's free and open to the public. People
can surrender their exotic animals free of charge, with
no questions asked and no penalties.
"During Pet Amnesty Day we do not penalize any
pet owners who choose the responsible option of not
releasing their nonnative pets into the wild," Tinnell
said. "This is about curbing ou~r ongoing problems of
exotic fish and wildlife."
A veterinarian will examine each animal, and every
attempt will be made to place all healthy animals with
qualified adopters. Pet Amnesty Day is also a family
event with live animals on display and experts present
to answer questions about proper care of exotic pets.
People who are thinking about purchasing One can
learn from credible sources before they buy. The day
will provide an opportunity~not only to see exotic
aninfals, but to get up close and even touch them.
Nonnative pet amnesty events help mecrease
awareness ofnonnative species problems. People have
observed more than 400 nonnative species in Florida,
and more than 130 of these species have reproducing
populations.
Anyone interested in adopting nonnative pets can
download the proper adoption application at MyFWC.
com/Nonnatives. Adopters must have knowledge
of natural history and caging requ~iirements and have
proper facilities for the animals they are interested in
adopting. There is no fee for being an adopter.
For more information on nonnative species in!
Florida, visit MyFWC.com~/No~nnatives .


Football season's in full str ing. and the 20309-
10 hunting season's starting to crank up. Archer\
season's been going on in most of the state, and In
this issue, I w~anlt to talk aboutr three other seasons
about to start: crossbow,. muzzleloading gun and
the first phase of dove.
Crorssowv season occurs between archery and
mluzleloadmng gun seasons in the Sourth and Central
hutintg zones. Lasting fi\ve days: Oct. 12-16 and Oct.
'6-30, respect el. In thle
Northwrest zone, It comes in
later, on the Monldal after
Thanksgiving (N~ov. )
and lasts one wveek through 1 : P
Dec. 6. .
This season s for ani- ~j
hunter w~ho d like to use a
crossbowv or continue using
a bow~ on private lands.
-This is not just for disabled
hunters. Crossbowe season
doesn't apply to most Outta' the Woods
wildlife management areas By Tony Young
(WMuAs), however.
The most common game to take durmg crossbowv
season wvill be deer and w~ildl hog. Onlv bucks may
be taken, and one antler must be at least 5 inches
long above the hairline. The daily bag limit on
antlered deer is two. Wild hogs on private lands
may, w~ith landowner permission, be hunted year-
round wvith no bag or size limits.
It's also legal to shoot gobblers and bearded
turkeys during crossbowv season. Only one may
be taken per day,. and there's a tw'o-bird fall-season
limit. But you can't hunt turkeys in Holmes Counti
durmgs fallanddwmter must have a minimum
drawv wveight of 35 pounds, and hand-held releases
on bowss are permitted. For hunting deer, hog and
turkey, broadheads must halet at least twto sharpened
edges with a minimum wi~dthl of 7/8 inch.
Legal shooting hours are a half-hour before
sunrise to a half-hour after sunset. Except for
turkeys. hunters may; take resident game ovecr feed
such as corn on private lands.
Some things you can't do during crossbow.
season include hunting deer. hog or tulrkey writh
dogs. using explosit e or drug-injecting arrow\s, an~d
possessing firearms
Immediately\ following the close of crossbow
season in the South and Central hunting zones
is the becginnmng of muzzleloading gun season.
Season dates run Oct. 17-35 and Oct. 31 Nov. 8,
respectil ely. Mu~zzleloadlng season comes in later
in the Northw~est zone and runs Nov~. 20-22.
Durmg muzzleloading gun season, bows and
crossbow;s are legal methods of taking game on
private lands, along with muzzleloaders. On
WLL4s, only muzzleloaders may~ be used.
Legal shooting hours are the same for
muzzleloading gun season as crossb~ow season.
And, legal game, including bag limits and
prohibited methods for taking game. also are the
same as crossbow season Bag linuts and antler!
size restrictions for game on WML~is can differ,, so
check the specifics of the area before you hunt.
For bunting deer. muzleloaders firing single
bullets must be at least .40-caliber. Guns firing tvo
or more balls must be 20-gauge or larger. YIou may
not use muzzleloaders w~ith self-contained cartndge
ammunition capabilities or possess modern firearmls
dunng muzzleloadmng gun season. .
The first phase of the mourning and w~hie-
ws mged dove season begins Oct. 3 and ends Oct. 26
stateni~de. Shooting hours during this first phase
are: noon to sunset. and there' sa 15-bird daily bag
linist.
The onlv firearm you're: allowed to humll doves
\vnth Is a shotg~un, bu; iou can't use one larger than
a 10-gauge. Shotgams must be plugged to a three-
shell capacity (Imagazine and chamber combined).
Yo;u mlay~ but doveCs 01er an agncultural field,
as long as thle crop's been planted and mlanipulated
under normal agricultural practices. However, it's
against the lawv to scatter agn-cultulral products 01 er
an area for the purpose of baltmng.
Some2 things ou can't do wvhile dove hunting
are use nfles, pistols or crossbows~; shoot from a
moving v-ehicle: or herd or dnve do\es with a
vehicle. .
In addition to a Hlonda hunting beeznse..!ou II
need a 55 crossbowv permit to hunt durmg crossbonv
season. A 55 mnuzzlloadmng gun pernult is needed
to hunt during muzzleloader season. and _1u'll need
a no0-cos1t migrator! bird permit if you're: going to
huLnt doves. If you hunt on a H~'MA. vou must ha~e
a management area permit that costs R26.50.
AII are 1\ ailable at coung tax collectors' offices
or license agents or 6 calling toll-free 888-HUNT~T-
FLORIDA or clicking unn~~.wldlife~lice-nse.com `

So if! you're going after that monster buck during
the crossbow~ and mnuzzlreloading gun seasons or
dove hunting with friends and family, I hope P've
helped explain thle rules and regulations on some of
Flonda s huntimg seasons.


The scene is disturbing. A hunter finds a lifeless
body in the woods. He sees a 12-gauge shotgun next
to the dead, middle-aged .man. The hunter notifies
conservation law enforcement officers, and when they
arrive, he tells them he was hinting when he came
upon the body. He says he heard shooting prior to
the discovery, but observed no one other, than the
deceased.
It is up to the officers to determine if this death
is a result of natural causes, suicide, murder or an
unwanted discharge of the victim's firearm.
This is an actual case, which occurred in Iowa,
re-created by the International Hunter Edication
Association (IHEA) for training. In the humid, damp
woods ofr~orth Florida, actors played out the scenario
to help educate conservation officers on how to
investigate hunting-relitted incidents in the field. The
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
(FWC) hosted the training at the Pat Thomas Law
Enforcement Academy mn Quincy, and the Joe Budd
Aquatic Education Center in Midway, just outside
Tallahassee. Fish and wildlife officers from around
the country made up the class of 36.
"Last year, hunting incidents in Florida doubled,
and we want to change that," said Bill Cline, director
of hunting safety for the FW5C. "We call this training
'CSI in the woods', or in Florida, 'CSI in the
swamp.' This training helps us look for clues as to
what happened at a hunting incident. If an injury or
death could have been avoided, we want to ~pass on to
hunters what we learned, so they know how to avoid
similar behavior." .
Like most any outdoor activity, there is the risk
of injury. With firearms involved, the injury may be
more serious. Nevertheless, nationwide, for every
100,000 hunters, there are only five hunter incidents.
Overall, hunting is safe. Tim Lav~ihern, president and
co-director of the International Hunter Education
Association, stands by this. .
Lawhern has been with the Wisconsin Department
of Natural Resources for more than 20 years and
knows a thing of two about hunting safety.
"In~ternational statistics indicate that the chance
of a hunter getting killed while hunting is exactly the
same as the chance of any person getting struck by
lightning," Lawhern said.
He also knows that not everything is as it appears.
"Sometimnes murder, suicide or attempted suicide
is disguised as a hunting incident," Lawhern said.
This happened in the case of the hunter finding
a body. Evidence at the scene revealed that the man
had committed suicide. He attempted to make his
death look like a hunting accident so his wife and two
children, could collect on his life insurance policy. He
was also religious and his religion forbids suicide.
In another recreated scenario, a turkey hunter shot
a Georgia conservation law enforcement officer. The
officer was checking to see if the hunter, accompanied
by his unarmed daughter, was hunting over bait -
which is illegal. The shooter fired at the officer from
28 yards away, believing he was shooting at a turkey.
The officer was hit on the lower part of his body, and he
nearly bled to death. Because of his injury, the officer
had to retire. The hunter broke one of the cardinal
rules for hunter safety: be certain of your target.


"There are four rules that every hunter, ,or anyone
else with a firearm, needs to follow," Lawhern said.
"First, treat every firearms as if it were loaded, even if
you think it is not. Second, always point the muzzle
in a safe direction. Third, be certain of your target and
what's beyond it. And fourth, keep your finger outside
of the trigger guard until you are ready to shoot."
Forone instructor at thelHEAtyaining, hunter safety
is particularly personal. On two separate occasions, a
decade apart, a hunter shot Capt. Mike Van Durme
of the New York Department of Environmental
Conservation. Aman in boat who was shooting frogs
with a .22- rifle shot the 34-year veteran in 1986. The
shooter didn't see Van Durme, who was in uniform
and in plain view, standing on a dike. When the man
shot at the frog, the shot ricocheted off the water ~and
struck Van Durme in the ear.
Van Durme was more seriously injured when he
was shot a second time in 1996 while he was hunting,
off-duty. As Van Durme was walking through short
grass, a deer ran ~between him and another hunter.
Though Van Durme was wearing the required bright
orange vest and hat, the hunter failed to look beyond
the deer and fired. In an instant, Van Durme realized
he was being shot ait anrd turned away. The sSkag ran
along his left shoulder. His injury could have been
fatal, but his instantaneous reaction likely saved his
life.
"It was mny crime scene, but I was the -victim,"
Van Durme said. "The shooter was with four other
people, and when he realized what he did, he tossed
his shotgun into the woods. I had to sort that out and
make arrests -- two of the hunters were felons, and it
is unlawful foy felons to possess firearms."
Though Van Durme made arrests and collected
evidence immediately after being shot, nearly24 hours
later it hit him how close he had come to death.
"I was in my church choir the next day, singing
the closing song," Van Durme said. 'Then I thought,
I don't want to be a part of being a victim, or having
people congratulate me and telling me how great I
was. I just felt my life energy leave me. Being shot is
traumatic."
SIt took a while for Van Durme` to get back to
hunting, but eventually he did. He uses his near-death
experience to improve hunting safety.
"I've been instructing at IHEA since 2000," Van
Durme said. "I instruct at every academy in my state,
and my incident has led to a comprehensive 12-page
report on hunting incidents."
Though stranger shot Van Durme, IHEA president
Lawhern says that in the majority of cases, a friend
,or family member shoots the victim. He also stresses
that one-third to one-half of the time, hunting-related
shooting injuries are self-inflicted. These are the things
that Lawhern and others who investigate shooting
incidents have learned and train others to investigate.
"Every crime scene should be investigated as if
a member of your family was the victim," Lawhern
said.
FWC's Cline stresses that safety needs to be the'
No. l 'priority for hunters.
"Hunting is a great sport," Cline said. "We want`
everyone to come home from hunting, safe and sound;
bagging something is secondary to that."


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LEGAL NOTICES


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NATIONAL ASSOCIATION NOTICE OF SALE
Plaintiff, NOTICE IS HEREBY
vs. GIVEN pursuant to the Fi-
ALL UNKNOWN HEIRS,` nal Judgment of Foreclosure
Ei~NEFICIARIES, dated October 5, 2009, and
LEGATEES, entered in Case No. 38-
DEVISEES, PERSONAL 2009-CA000815, of the Cir-
REPRESENTATIVES, cuit Court of the Eighth Ju-
CREDITORS AND dicial Circuit in and for Levy
ANY OTHER PERSON County,~ Florida, wherein
CLAIMING BY THROUGH, FARM CREDIT OF NORTH
UNDER OR AGAINST FLORIDA, ACA, AS AGENT/
THOMAS F. HURLEY NOMINEE FOR ITSELF
A/K/ATHOMAS HURLEY AND ITS WHOLLY OWNED
(DECEASED), ET AL SUBSIDIARY, FARM CRED-
Defendants. IT OF NORTH FLORIDA,
NOTICE OF ACTION FLCA, is the PLAINTIFF,
To the following AND CHRISTINE S. HUFF-
Defendant(s): INE, is the DEFENDANT. L
ALL UNKNOWN HEIRS, wiill sell to the highest and
BENEFICIARIES, LEGA- best bidder for cash at the
TEES, DEVISEES, PER- MAIN LOBBY OFTHE LEVY
SONAL ~REPRESENTA- COUNTY COURTHOUSE
TIVES, CREDITORS AND in LEVY County, 335 S.
ANY OTHER- PERSON COURT STREET, BRON-
CLAIMING BY THROUGH, SON, FLORIDA 32621, at
UNDER OR AGAINST 11:00 A.M. on NOVEMBER
THOMAS F. HURLEY Al 9, 2009, the following de-
K/A THOMAS HURLEY scribed property as set forth
(DECEASED) (RESI- in said Final Judgment, to-
DENCE UNKNOWN) 16761 wit; ,
ANNA STREET CEDAR EXHIBIT "A"
KEY, FL,0RIDA 32625 AKA A PART OF SECTION 24,
'12370 WATSON CIRCLE TOWNSHIP 13 SOUTH,
KEY FLORIDA 32625 UN- RANGE 14 EAST, LEVY
KNOWN BENEFICIARIES COUNTY, FLORIDA,
OF THE THOMAS F. HUR- VI~ORE PARTICULARLY
LEY TRUST AGREEMENT DESCRIBED AS FOL-
DATED 4/8/1 996 (RESI- LOWS: COMMENCE
DENCE UNKNOWN) 12370 AT THE SE CORNER
WATSON CIRCLE CEDAR OF THE NORTH 1/2 OF
KEY, FLORIDA 32625 SECTION 24, THENCE
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that N.74.34'22"W., A DIS-
an action for Foreclosure of TANCE OF 1860.72 FEET
Mortgage on the following TO THE POINT OF BE-
described property: G.1NNING; THENCE CON-
LOT 7, CEDAR KEY TI'NUE .N.74.34'22"W.,
SHORES, UNIT NO. 4, A DISTANCE OF 901.42
ACCORDING TO THE FEET TO THE WEST LINE
PLAT THEREOF, AS OF THE EAST 1/2 OF SAID
RECORDED IN PLAT SECTION 24; THENCE
BOOK 5, PAGE 51, OF S.00*07'38"W., ALONG
THE PUBLIC RECORDS SAID WEST LINE, A DIS-
OF LEVY COUNTY, TANCE OF 914.34 FEET,
FLORIDA. TO THE CENTERLINE OF
alkla 16761 ANNA MARSHBURN ROAD AND
STREET, CEDAR KEY, A60.00 FOOTWIDE EASE-
FLORIDA 32625 MENT; THENCE LEAV-
has been filed against you ING SAID WEST LINE,
and you are required to S.54"25'40"E., ALONG
serve a copy of-your writ- SAIDCENITERLINE,ADIS-
ten defenses, if any, to it, on TANCE OF 1053.32 FEET:
Moskowitz, Mandell, Salim THENCE S.76"42'17"E.,
& Simowitz, P.A., Attorney ALONG SAID CENTER-
for Plaintiff, whose address LINE, A DISTANCE OF
is 800 Corporate Drive, 11.66 FEET; THENCE
Suite 500, Fort Lauderdale, .LEAVING SAI'D CENTER-
FLORIDA 33334 on or be- LINE, N.00"07'42"W., A
fore November 20, 2009, DISTANCE .OF 1289.97
a date which is within thirty FEET TO THE POINT OF
(30) days after the first pub- BEGINNING.
location of this Notice in the TOGETHERWITHAN EX-
LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL ISTING EASEMENT DE-
and file the original with the SCRIBED IN O.R.BOOK
Clerk of this Court either be- 887, PAGE~ 432, LEVY
fore service on Plaintiffs at- COUNTY RECORDS AND<
torney or immediately~ there- TOGETHER WITH AND
after; otherwise a default will SUBJECT TO AN EASE-
be entered against you for MENT FOR INGRESS,
the relief demanded in the EGRESS AND. UTILITIES
complaint. DESCRIBED BELOW:
This notice is provided pur- A 60.00 FOOT WIDE
suant to Administrative Or- STRIP OF LAND FOR IN-
der No.2.065. .GRESS, EGRESS, AND
in accordance with the UTILITIES, SAID STRIP
Americans with Disabilities LYING 30.00 -FEET` ON
Act, if you are a person with THE BOTH SIDES OF
a disability who needs any THE FOLLOWING DE-
accommodation in order to SCRIBED CENTERLINE:
participate in this proc~ed- COMMENCE AT THE
ing, you are entitled, at no SE CORNER OF SEC-
cost to you, to provisions of TION 24, TOWNSHIP 13
certain assistance. Please. SOUTH, RANGE 14EAST,
contact the Court Adminis- LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA,
trator at 355 Court Street, THENCE N.00"14'56"E.,
Bronson, FI 32621, Phone ALONG THE EAST LINE
No. (352)374-3639 within 2 THEREOF, 947.50 FEET
working days of your receipt TO THE CENTERLINE OF
of this notice or pleading; if' AN EXISTING DIRTROAD
you are hearing impaired, KNOWN AS MARSHBURN
call 1-800-955-8771 (TDD); ROAD, AND THE POINT
if you are voice impaired, OF BEGINNING: THENCE
call l-800-995-8770 (V) (Via N.46"21'01"W., ALONG
Florida Relay Services). .THE SAID CENTERLINE,
WITNESS my hand and 942.91 FEET; THENCE
the seal of this Court this 6th N,76.36'34"W., ALONG
day of October, 2009 THE SAID CENTERLINE,
(COURT SEAL) 413.49 FEET; THENCE
DANNY J. SHIPP N.76*42'17"W., ALONG
As Clerk of the Court THE SAID CENTERLINE,
By: Gwen McElroy /s/ 735.68 FEET; THENCE
As Deputy Clerk N.54"25'40"W., ALONG
Pub.: Oct. 15, 22, 2009. THE SAID CENTERLINE
---------1053.32 FEET TO THE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT WEST LINE OF THE EAST
OF TH~E EIGHTH JUDICIAL 1/2 OF SAID SECTION 24,
'CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR AND THE END OF THE
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA SAID CENTERLINE AND
CASE NO : 38-2009-CA 60.00 FOOT WIDE STRIP
000815 OF LAND.
FARM CREDIT OF NORTH ANY PERSON CLAIMING
FLORIDA, ACA, AS AN INTEREST IN THE SUR-
AGENTINOMINEE F'OR PLUS FROM THE SALE, IF


ITSELF AND ITS WHOLLY ANY, OTHER THAN THE
OWNED SUBSIDIARY, PROPERTY OWNER AS
FARM CREDIT OF NORTH OF THE DATE OF THE LIS
FLORIDA, FLCA, PENDENS MUST FILE A
Plaintiff, CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS
vs. AFTER THE SALE.
CHRISTINE S. HUFFINE IN ACCORDANCE WITH
Defendant(s), THE AMERICANS WITH


DISABILITIES ACT, PER-
SONS NEEDING SPE-
CIAL ACCOMMODATION
TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS
PROCEEDING SHOULD
CONTACT COUNTY CIVIL
NOT LATER THAN SEVEN
(7) DAYS PRIOR TO THE
PROCEEDING AT THE
FOREGOING ADDRESS
OR CALL 352-486-5277;
IF YOU ARE HEARING IM-
PAIRED CALL 1-800-955-
8771; IF YOU ARE VOICE
IMPAIRED CALL 1-800-955-
8770.
Dated: October 9 ,2009
(COURT SEAL)
DANNY J. SHIPP
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
By: Lindsey Gilbert /s/
Deputy Clerk
CERTIFICATE OF
SERVICE
1 HEREBY CERTIFY that a
true and correct copy of the
foregoing has been furnished
by United States Mail, first
class, postage prepaid, to the
Defendant, CHRISTINE S.
HUFFINE, at 7018 Skylane
Drive, Orlando, FL 32819-
7437 and at 6421 CONROY
RD. APT #1411, ORLANDO,
FL 32835-3516, and RYAN
C. CURTIS, ESQUIRE at
175 NWV 138th Ter., Ste. 100,
Jonesville, FL 32669 this 9th
day of October, 2009.
Lindsey Gilbert /s/
Court Clerk
Pub.: Oct. 15, 22, 2009.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE 8TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 38-2009-CA-
000993
HOUSEHOLD FINANCE
CORPORATION III,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JACK RAYMOND, et al,
Defendants.
NOTicE OF ACTION
TO:
JACK RAYMOND
Last Known Address: 5450
NE 103 Terrace, Bronson,
FL 32621
Current Residence
Unknown
SANDRA L.RAYMOND
Last Known Address: 5450
NE 103 Terrace, Bronson,
FL 32621
Current Residence
Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for Foreclosure of
Mortgage~ on the following
described property:
TRACT NO. 63, ROLLING
ACRES, AN UNRECORD-
ED SUBDIVISION IN LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, BE-
ING MORE PARTICULAR-
LY DESCRIBED AS FOL-
LOWS; THE SOUTH 1/2
OF THE NW 1/4 OW THE
NE 1/4 OF THE SW 1/4
OF SECTION 27, TOWN-
SHIP 12 SOUTH, RANGE
17 EAST, LESS AND EX-
CEPT THE EAST 25 FEET
THEREOF. TOGETHER
WITH A MOBILE. HOME,
PERMANENTLY AFFIXED
AND SITUATED THERE-
TO, UPON THE REAL
PROPERTY DESCRIBED
ABOVE.
has been filed against you
and you are required to
serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, to it, o'n
Marshall C. Watson, P.A.,
Attorney for _Plaintiff, whose
address is 1800 NW 49th
STREET, SUITE 120, FT.
LAUDERDALE FL 33309
on or before November 13,
2009, a date which is within
thirty (30) days after the first
publication of this Notice in
the LEVY COUNTY JOUR-
NAL arid file the original with
the Clerk of this Court either
before service on Plairitiff's
attorney or immediately
.thereafter; otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against
you for the relief demanded
in the complaint.
If you are a person with
Disabilities who need any
accommodation to partici-
pate in this proceeding, you
are entitled at no cost to you
to the provisions of certain


assistant. Please contact the
ADA Coordinator at court
Street, Bronson, FL 32621
or Telephone (352)486-5276
prior to such proceeding. I
you are hearing impaired call
1-800-955-8771.
WITNESS my hand and


PA., 701 JC Center Court,
Suite 3, Port Charlotte, Flori-
Sda 33954, thirty (30) days af-
ter the first publication date,
L and file the original with the
Clerk of this Court either be-
fore service on Plaintiff's at-
N torney or immediately there-
9 after; otherwise a default will
be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the
Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and
seal of this Court Septem-
d ber 23, 2009.
t- Publish in Levy Cqunty
!r Journal
I, DANNY SHIPP
d Clerk of Court
,By: Gwen McElroy /st
o Deputy Clerk
d Pub.: Oct. 1,8, 15, 22,
;, 2009. .

r-IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
,r OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
-. CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
l1 LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
,r CASE NIO.: 38-2008-
g 000929-CA
;t Judge: Griffis, III, Stanley, H.
rl AMERICAN PRIME, LLC,
It a Florida Limited Liability
s Company,
I- Plaintiff,
s vs.
!r JUDITH RAMOS, a married
Ir woman, her devisees, grant-'
r- ees, creditors, and all other
e parties claiming by, through,
n under or against them and
!r all unknown natural persons,
NI if alive and if now known to
-be or alive, their several and
respective spouses, heirs,
devisees, grantees, and
other creditors or other par-
E ties claiming, by, through, or
under those unknown natu-
HI ral persons and their several
I, unknown assigns, succes-
;, sors in interest trustees, or
-any other persons claiming
I, by through, under or against
d any corporation or other legal
;, entity named as a defendant
o and all claimants, persons
d olr parties natural or corpo-
i, rate whose exact status is
d unknown,i, claiming under
-any of the above named or
~r described defendants or par-
-ties who are claiming to have
lI any right, title or interest in
-and to the lands hereafter
ir described, and UNKNOWN
g SPOUSE OF JUDITH RA-
it MOS,
lI Defendants,
It NOTICE OF
s FORECLOSURE SALE
-Notice is hereby given
s that I, the undersigned Clerk
Ir of the Circuit Court of Levy
ir County, Florida will Bt 11
-o'clock A.M. on the 9'" day
eof November, 2009, at pub-
n lic~sale in the BOCC Meeting
r Room, Levy County Court-
N house, 355 S. Court Street,
-Bronson, Florida 312621, sell
F to the highest and best bid-
- der for cash, the following
;, described real property:
,Lot 44, Block 37,
Sof RAINBOW LAKES
1, ESTATES, SECTION N,
T a subdivision according
Rto the plat thereof,
recorded in Plat Book 3
R Page 27, 27A through
I- 27D, of the Public
DRecords of Levy C~ounty,
RFlorida
YThe said sale will be made
-pursuant to final judgment
Y of foreclosure of' the Circuit
D Court of Levy County, Flori-
T da.
'Any person claiming an
i- interest in the surplus from
o the sale, if any, 0ther than
g' the property owner as of the
y date of the lis pendiens must
file a claim within 60 days af-
k ter the sale.
-Dated this 8th day of
I- October, 2009.
e DANNY SHIPP, Clerk of
dl Court
SBy: Deanna Dobbins Is/
e Deputy Clerk
y Cc: Albert J. Tiseo, Jr. Esq,
701 JC Center Court, Suite
k 3, Port Charlotte, FL 33954
;- (941-625-6666)
I- Judith Ramos, 10046 SW
e 220th Street, Miami, FL
d 33190
,Pub.: Oct. 15, 22, 2009.

y IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL


u CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
o LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA
n CASE NO. 38-2009-CA 466
l- MERCANTILE BANK<, a
s division of Carolina First
s Bank,
SPlaintiff,


vs.
CLARENCE J. CARD; et al.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
.pursuant to a Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure dated
Oct. 7, 2009 entered in Civil
Case No. 38-2009-CA 466
of the Circuit Court of the
8th Judicial Circuit in and
for Levy County, Florida,
wherein MERCANTILE
BANK, is Plaintiff and CLAR-
ENCE J. CARD; et al., are
Defendant(s). .
I will sell to the highest
bidder for cash, in the Main
Lobby of the Levy Cournty
Courthouse, 355 South
Court Street, Bronson, FL,
at 11:00 a.m. on the 9'
day of Nov., 2009 the fol-
lowing described property
as set forth in said Final
Judgment, to wit:
Exhibit "A"
Vacant Land .
Township 14.South,
Range16 East, Section 30
and shown as Tract No.6 on
survey No.207G by William
D. Parrish, Gainesville,
Florida, dated June 24,
1974, and revised April 5,
1977, also described ias
follows:
Commence at the
Southeast corner of
Section 30, Township 14
South, Range 16 East, for
a point of reference and
run N 01.08'08" E along
the West line of Section 29,
Township 14 South, Range
16 East, 1437.72 feet to the
right-of-way line of State
Road No.S-326, thence
run N 33"05'08" E along
said right-of-way line a
distance of 3058.22.feet to
a point, and the beginning
of the center line of a 60
foot easement, thence run
'N 50"04'25" W, 208.06 feet
to a point, th~ence run N
59"39'52" W, 210.70 feet,
thence run N 31.48'45"
W, 339.54 feet to a point,
thence run N 48*10'85"
E, 820.12 feet to a point,
thence run N 46"01'O9" W,
306.01 feet to the North line
of Section 29, Township
14 Sduth, Range 16 East,
and the North line of said
60 foot easement, thence
run S 88.55'35" W, 588.11
feet to a point on the said
centerline of said easement,
thenc~e run S 46"31'23" W,
454.14 feet to a point on
the center line of said 60
foot easement, thence run
S 56.10'21" W, a distance
of 227.87 feet to a point,
thence run S 63.16'12" W,
332.94 feet, thence run S
.. 12 23'41" E, a distance of
332.74 feet, thence run S
36*04'20" W, a distance of
158.10 feet, thence run S
S69"14'O8" W, a distance of
294.44 feet, thence run S
49"47'36" W, a distance of
337.29 feet, thence run S
13*28'O4" VV, a distance of
151.00 feet, thence run S
41*49'13" W, a distance of
163.25 feet to the Point of
Beginning; ~from said Point
of Beginning thence run N
37"46'31" W, a distance
of 816.14 feet; thence run
S 38"20'4.6" W, a distance
of 305.00 feet to a point,
thence run S 37"17'47" E,
a distance of 785.43 feet
to a point, thence run N
45"25'30" E, a distance
of 205.75 feet to a point,
thence run N 41"49'13" E,
a distance of 100 feet~to
the Point of Beginning.
TOGETHER WITH a 60
foot easement for ingress
and egress as described
above.
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus from
the sale, if any, other than
the property owner as of the
date of the lis pendens must
file a claim within 60 days af-
ter the sale.
DATED this 8'h day of
Oct., 2009:
(Court Seal)
DANNY J. SHIPP
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: Deanna Dobbins Is/
Deputy Clerk
Pub.: Oct. 15, 22, 2009.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE 8TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.
382009CA000787
WACHOVIA BANK,


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BUSINESS


Oct. 22, 2009


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 09-CA-33
AMERICAN PRIME, LLC,
a Florida Limited Liability
Company,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JUDITH RAMOS, a married
woman, her devisees, granl
ees, creditors, and all othe
parties claiming by, through-
under or against them ant
all unknown natural persons
if alive and if now known tl
be or alive, their several ant
respective spouses, heirs
devisees, grantees, ant
other creditors or other par
ties claiming by, through, o
under those unknown natu
ral persons and their several
unknown assigns, success
sors in interest trustees, o
any other persons claiming!
by through, under or against
any corporation or other legal
entity named as a defendant
and all claimants, person
or parties natural or corpo
rate whose exhct~ status ii
unknowri, claiming unde
any of the above named o
described defendants or par
ties who are claiming to have
any right,~ title or interest ii
and to the lands hereafte
described, and UNKNOWr
SPOUSE OF JUDITHl RA
MOS,
Defendants,
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE~ SERVICE
PROPERTY
TO: DEFENDANT, JUDITI
SRAMOS, a married woman
her devisees, grantees
creditors, and all .other par
ties. claiming by, through
under or against them ane
all unknown natural persons
if alive and if now known te
be or alive, their several ane
respective spouses, heirs
devisees, grantees, ane
other creditors or other, par
ties claiming by, through, o
under those unknown natu
ral persons and their several
unknown assigns, success
sors in interest trustees, o
any' other persons claiming!
by through, under or against
any corporation or other legal
entity named as a defendant
and all claimants, person
or parties natural or corpo
rate whose exact status i!
unknown, claiming unde
any of the above named o
described defendants or par
ties wh6~ are claiming to havt
any right, title or interest'il
and to the lands hereafte
described and UNKNOWE
SPOUSE OF JUDITH RA
MOS, IF ALIVE AND II
DEAD, UNKNOWN WID
OWS, WIjDOWERS, HEIRS
DEVISEES, GRANTEES
ANDALLOTHERPERSON~
CLAIMING BY, THROUGl-
UNDER OR AGAINST'
THEM AND ALL OTHEF
PARTIES CI.AIMING BYr
THROUGH, UNDER OF
AGAINST THE FOREGO
ING DEFENDANTS ANC
ALL PERSONS HAVING OF
CLAllIlNG TO HAVE AN\
RIGHT, TITLE OR INT)~R
EST IN THE PROPERTY\
HEREIN DESCRIBED, ANI
ALL OTHERS WHOM I~
MAY CONCERN:
YOU ARE HEREBY NO
TIFIED that an action te
quiet- title to the following
described properties in. Lev
County, Florida:
Parcel '1: Lot 18, Bloc
31, Rainbow Lakes Es
states, Section N, a sub
division according to the
Plat thereof, as Recorder
in Plat Book 3, Page 27
27A through 27D, of the
Public Records of .Lev
County, Florida.
Parcel 2: Lot 53, Bloc
37, Rainbow Lakes Es
states, Section N, a sub
division according to thl
Plat- thereof, as recorder
in Plat Book 3, Pages 27
27A through 27D, of thl
Public Records of Lev
County, Florida.


has been filed against yol
and you are required tl
serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on Al
bert J. Tiseo, Jr., Plaintiff'
attorney whose address i
Goldman, Tiseo & Sturges









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LEGAL NOTICES


!vyjournalonline.com


The Levy County Journal


The County Paper. Est. 1923


B200, Jacksonville, Florida
32256-7577, in accordance
with Rule 62-620.555, Flori-
da Administrative code. The
comments or request for a
public meeting must contain
the information set forth be-
low and must be received in
the Department's Northeast
District Office within 30 days
of publication of this notice.
Failure to submit comments
or request a public meeting
within this time period shall
constitute a waiver of any
right such person may have
to submit comments or re-
quest a public meeting un-
der Rule 62-620.555, Florida
Administrative Code.
The comments or request
for a public meeting must
contain the following infor-
mation:
a. The commenter's name,
address, and telephone
number; the applicant's
name and address; the De-
partment permit file number;
and the county in which the
project' is proposed;
b. A statement of how and
when notice of the Depart-
ment's action or proposed
action was received;
c. A statement of the facts
the Department should con-
sider in making the final de-
cision; -
d. A statement of which
rules or statutes require re-
versal or modification of the
Department's action or pro-
posed action; and
e. If desired, a request that
a public meeting be sched-
,uled including a statement
of the nature of the issues
proposed to be raised at the
meeting.
If. a public meeting is
scheduled, the public com-
ment period is extended until
the close of the public meet-
ing. However, the Depart-
ment may not always grant a
request for a public meeting.
Therefore, written comments
should be submitted within
30 days of publication of this
notice, even if a public meet-
ing is requested.
If a public meeting is held,
any person may submit oral
or written statements and
data at the public meeting
on the Department's pro-
posed action. As a result of
significant public comment,
the Department's final action
may be different from the po-
sition taken by it in this draft
permit.
The permit application
file and supporting data are
available for public inspec-
tion during normal business
hours, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00
p.m., Monday through Fri-
day, except legal holidays,
at the Department's North-
east District Office, 7825
Baymeadows a Way, Suite
B200, Jacksonville, Florida
32256-7577, at phone num-
ber (904)807-3300.
Pub.: Oct. 22, 2009.

NOTICE OF SPECIAL
MEETING `
The Town Council of' Bron-
son will hold a special meet-
ing on Monday October 26th,
2009 at 6:00 p.m. at the
Town meeting room 660 E.
Hathaway Ave, Bronson, FI
for the discussion of various
Fire Department Issues,
Notice is given' pursuant
to Section 286-0105, Florida
Statutes, that in order to ap-
peal any decision made at
these public hearings, you
will need to ensure that a ver-
batim record is made. In ac-
cordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act, any per-
son with a disability requiring
reasonable accommodation
in order to participate in this
meeting should call the Town
Clerk at (352)486-2354 at
least 48 hours prior to the
public hearing,
Pub.: Oct. 22, 2009.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Cedars Airfield, Inc., d/bla
Cedars Airfield Mini-Storage,
pursuant to the provisions of
the Florida Self Storage Fa.
cility Act (Fla. Stat. 83.801 et
sec.) hereby gives notice of


sale under said Act, to wit:
On November 4, 200'9, at
Cedars Airfield, Inc., 6731
SW 105 Avenue, Levy Coun-
ty, Florida, Cedars Airfield,
Inc., or its agent will conduct
a sale at 11:00 AM by sealed
bids to the highest bidder.


the seal of this Court this 8t"
day of October, 2009.
(COURT SEAL)
Danny J. Shipp
Clerk of the Court
By: Lindsey Gilbert /s/
As Deputy Clerk
Pub.: Oct. 15, 22, 2009.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN, ~that the holders)
of Certificate number 2044-
02 of the sale of 2002 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 prop-
erty, the name(s) in which it
is assessed are as follows:
NAME(S) OF CERTIFl-
CATE HOLDERSS: PERRY
HAZELTON OR DEANA
GREENSPAN
LEGAL DESCRIPTION
OF THE PROPERTY: LOT
7, BLOCK 1, WILLISTON
HIGHLANDS GOLF AND
COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES,
ACCORDING TO THE PO-
LAT THEREOF RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE 67,
67A THROUGH 67M, PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
NAME(S) IN WHICH
ASSESSED: EFRAINJ CA-
BALLERO .
All of said property be-
ing in the County of Levy,
State of Florida.
Unless such Certificate
shall be redeemed according
to law,' the property described
in such Certificate will be
sold to the highest bidder in
the Courthouse lobby on the
16th day of November, 2009,
between the hours of 11:00
A.M. and 2:00 .
Pub: Oct 15, 2009, Oct 22,
.2009, Oct 29, 2009, Nov 05,
2009,
DATED this 8th DAY OF OC-
TOBER 2009.
DANNY J. SHIPP
CLERK OF CIRCUIT
COURT
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA

NqTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIYEN, that the holders)
of Certificate number 623-
02 of the sale of 2002 has
(have) filed said Certificate
for a Tax Deed to be issued
thereon. The name(s) of the
holderss~ of said Certificate,
the description of the prop-
erty, the name(s) in which it
is assessed are as follows:
NAME(S) OF CERTIFI-
CATE HOLDERSS: PER-
RY HAZELTON & DEANA
GREENSPAN
LEGAL DESCRIPTION
OF THE PROPERTY: THE
EAST 1/2 OF THE NE 1/4
OF ~HE NW 1/4 OF THE
SW 1/4 OF SW 1/4 SEC-
TION 9, TOWNSHIP 12
SOUTH, RANGE 17 EAST,
LEVY CdiUNTY, FLORIDA. '
NAME(S) IN WHICH
ASSESSED: GEORGINA
PEREZ MEDINA .
All of said property be-
Sing in the County of Levy,
State of Florida.
SUnless such Certificate
shall be redeemed according
tollaw, the property described
in such Certificate will be
sold to the highest bidder in
the-Courthouse lobby on the
16th day of November, 2009,
between the hours of 11:00
A.M. and 2:00
Pub: Oct 15, 2009, .Oct 22,
2009, Oct 29, 2009, Nov 05,
2009
DATED this 8th DAY OF OC-
TOBER 2009.
DANNY J. SHIPP
CLERK OF CIRCUIT
COURT
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN, that the holders)
of Certificate number 649-
02 of the sale of 2002 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 prop-


erty, the name(s) in which it
is assessed are as follows:
NAME(S) OF CERTIFl-
CATE HOLDERSS: PERRY
HAZELTON OR DEANA
GREENSPAN
LEGAL~ DESCRIPTION


37, PUBLIC RECORDS OF
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
NAME(S) IN WHICH
ASSESSED: EDWARD J
KNOTT JR,
All of said property be-
ing in the County of Levy,
State of Florida.
Unless such Certificate
shall be redeemed according
to law, the property described
in such Certificate will be
sold to the highest bidder in
the Courthouse lobby on the
16th day of November, 2009,
between the hours of 11:00
A.M. and 2:00
Pub: Oct 15, 2009, Oct 22,
2009, Oct 29, 2009, Nov 05,
2009,
DATED this 8th DAY OF OC-
TOBER 2009. .
DANNY J. SHIPP
CLERK OF CIRCUIT
COURT
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA

NOTICE OF PROPOSED
RULE
The Southwest Florida Water
Management District is pro-
posing to amend the follow-
ing rules: 40D-1.659, 40D-
2.091, 40D-2.101, F.A.C.
The District is adopting a
rdvised Water Use Permit
Application Supplemental
Form for Public Supply,
,Form No. LEG-R.033.01
(9/09) and a new Small
General Water Use Permit
Application Public Supply
Attachment, Form No. LEG-
R.045.00 (9/09). The Public
Supply Supplemental Form
Southern Water Use Cau-
tion Area, Form No. LEG-
R.012.00 (4/09), is repealed,
as it is no' longer needed as
a separate form. The new
expanded application forms
for public supply water.uses
are intended to eliminate
or reduce District requests
for additional information in
order to complete a permit
application. Updated and
revised forms are being
implemented in conjunction
with the District's expan-
sion of its on-line permit-
ting' system. The Notice
of Proposed Rulemaking
appeared in the Florida Ad-
ministrative Weekly, Vol.
35, No. 40, 40D-1.659 and
40D)-2.091 and 40D-2.101,
.FA.C., on October 16,
2009. A copy of the pro-
posed rules~ can be viewed
on the District's web site at
http://www/ru les/p ro pos~ed/.
THE PERSON TO BE CON-
TACTED REGARDING THE
PROPOSED. RULES AND
A COPY OF THE PRELIMI-
NARY DRAFT OF EACH,
IS:` Martha A. Moore, Senior
Attorney, Office of General
Counsel, 2379 Broad Street,
Brooksville, Florida 34604-
6899, (352) 796-7211, ext.
4660. The District does not
discriminate on the basis of
disability. Anyone requiring
reasonable accommodation
`should contact Dianne L~ee,
(352) 796-7211, ext. 4658;
TDD only: 1-800-231-6103.
Pub.: Oct. 22, 2009.

STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF
ENVIRONMENTAL .
PROTECTION
NOTICE OF DRAFT
PERMIT
The Department of Envi-
ronmental Protection gives
notice of its preparation of a
draft permit to Tarmac Amer-
ica LLC, Albert Townsend,
455 Fairway Dr, Deerfield
Bch, Florida 33441 for the
Tarmac America -King
Road' Mine. This permit,
FLA663492, authorizes the
permitted to construct~ and
operate a 13.0 mgd average
design flow Limestone Mine
consisting of a mine pit, tail-
ings pond, plant pond and
a screening, crushing and
sorting processing plant. An
estimated, 0.14 MGD will be
discharged by percolation
from the tailings pond and
0.12 MGD will be lost with
the' product leaving the facili-
ty. The facility will be located
at latitude 2906'34" N, lon-
gitude 82039'32" W on King
Road, Inglis, Florida 34449


in Levy County.
Any interested person
may submit written com-
ments on the Department's
draft permit or may submit
a written request for a public
meeting to Tom Rauth, 7825
Baymeadows Way, Suite


Bids will be open by 11:00
AM with viewing from 10:30
AM until 11:00 AM for the
contents of the storage bay
or bays, rented by the follow-
ing person/persons:
Donna Miller
PO Box 352
Cedar Key, FL 32625
Jean-Marie Long
PO Box 991
Cedar Key, FL 32625
Consists of household,
personal items or miscella-
neous, stored at Cedars Air-
field Mini-Storage, 6731 SW
105 Avenue, Levy County,
Florida. Sale~is being made
to satisfy a statutory lien.
Dated October 19, 2009.
Cedars Airfield Mini-Storage
clo Pelican Realty'
Doris Hellermann, Broker
P. O. Box 117
.Cedar Key, Florida 32625
Pub.: Oct. 22, 29, 2009.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Dottie Osteen d/bla Rebel
Mirii-Storage, pursuant to
the provisions of the Florida
Self Storage Facility. Act
(Fla. Stat. 83.801 et sec.)
hereby gives notice of sale
under said Act, to wit: On
November 4, 2009, at Reb-
el Mini-Storage, 7390 SW
State Road 24, Levy County,
Florida, Dottle Odsteen or her
agent will conduct a sale at
10:00 AIG by sealed bids to
the highest bidder. Bids will
be open by 10:00 AM with
viewing from 9:30 AM until
10:00 AM for the `contents
of the storage bay or bays,
rented by the following per-
son/persons:
Monica Blumenberg
PO Box 352
Cedar Key, FL 32625
Patrick Hibb~its
PO Box 878
Cedar Key, FL 32625
Consists of household,
personal items or miscel-
Ianeous, stored at Rebel
Mini-Storage, 7390 ;SW
State Road 24, Levy County,
Florida. Sale is being made
to satisfy a statutory lien.
Dated October 19, 2009.
Rebel Mini-Storage
clo Pelican Realty
Doris Hellermann, Broker
P. O. Box 117
Cedar Key, Florida 32625
Pub.: Oct. 22, 29, 2009.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC
MEETINGS
The Souithwest Florida
Water Management District
(SWFWMD) announces the
following public meetings to
which all interested persons
are invited:
PEACE RIVER/MANA-
SOTA REGIONAL: WATER
SUPPLY AUTHORITY (AU-
THORITY) FACILITY TOUR
DATEITIME: Wednesday,
October 28, 2009, 3:00 p~m.
PLACE: Authority Facility,
8998 SW County Road 769,
Arcadlia, FL 34266
PURPOSE: Tour of Author-
ity Facility Expansion and
Regional Reservoir Expan-
sion
AUTHORITY BOARD AND
DISTRICT GOVERNING
BOARD WORKSHOP
DATE/TIME: Thursday, Oc-
tober 29, 2009, 9:0`0 a.m.
PLACE: Charlotte Harbor
Event and Conference Cen-
ter, 75 Taylor Street, Punta
Gorda,
FL 33950
PURPOSE: Discuss water
issues of mutual interest
WATER, WINGS & WILD
THINGS
DATE/TIME: Saturday, Oc-'
tober 31, 2009, 10:00 a.m.
PLACE: Polk's Nature Dis-
covery Center, 4399 Winter
Lake Road, Lakeland 33803 '
PURPOSE: Polk Naturefest
2009; provide an opportunity
to learn about local natural
resources and nature-based
recreation opportunities.
Pursuant to the provisions
of the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act, any person re-
quiring special accommoda-
tions to participate in these
events is asked to advise the
agency at least 5 days prior
by contacting SWFWMD Hu-
man Resources Director at


2379 Broad Street, Brooks-
ville, FL34604; 352-796-7211
or 1-800-423-1476 (FL only),
ext. 4702; TDD (FL only)
1-800-231-6103; or email
ADACoordinator@swfwmd.
state.fl.us.
Pub.: Oct. 22, 2009.


OF THE PROPERTY: THE
NORTH 1/2 OF THE SW 1/4
OF THE SW 1/4 OF THE
NW 1/4 OF THE NW 1/4
OF SECTION 10, TOWVN-
SHIP 12 SOUTH, RANGE
17 EAST, LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
NAME(S) IN WHICH
ASSESSED: JAMES E DA-
VIS, CORRIE E DAVIS .
All of. said property be-
ing in the County of Levy,
State of Florida.
Unless such Certificate
shall be redeemed according
to law, the property described
in such Certificate will be
sold to the highest bidder in
the Courthouse lobby on the
16th day of November, 2009,
between the hours of 11:-00
A.M. and 2:00
Pub: Oct 15, 2009, Oct 22,
2009, Oct 29, 2009, Nov 05,
2009,
DATED this 8thi DAY OF OC-
TOBER 2009. .
DANNY J. SHIPP
CLERK OF CIRCUIT
COURT
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN, that the holders)
of Certificate number 6311-
05 of the sale of 2005 has
(have) filed said Ce~rtificate
for a Tax Deed to be issued
thereon. The name(s) of the
holders) of said Certificate,
the description of the prop-
erty, the name(s) in which it
is assessed are as follows:
NAME(S) OF CERTIFl-
CATE HOLDERSS: LOUISE
TRAMONTANO
LEGAL DESCRIlPTION
~OF THE PROPERTY: LOT
8, BLOCK 21, REPLAT OF
WILLISTON HIGHLANDS
.UNIT 5, ACCORDING TO
THE PLAT THEREOF RE-
CORDED IN P'LAT BOOK
4, PAGE 5, PUBLIC RE-
CORDS OF LEVY COUNTY,
FLORI DA.
NAME(S) IN WHICH
ASSESSED: GRACIEUSE
JEROME, GRACENIA JE-
ROME
All of said property be-
ing in the Coun~ty of Levy,
State of Florida,
Unless such Certificate
shall be redeemed according
to law, the property described
in such Certificate will be
sold to the highest bidder in
the ~Courthouse lobby on the
16th day of November, 2009,
between the hours of 11:00
A.M. and 2:00
Pub: Oct 15, 2009, Oct 22,
2009, Oct 29, 2009, Nov 05,
2009, ,.
DATED this 8th DAY OF OC-
TOBER 2()09.
DANNY J. SHIPP
CLERK OF CIRCUIT
'COURT
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIQA

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS i-EREBY
GIVEN, that the holders)
of Certificate number 1'811-
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 prop-
erty, the name(s) in which it
is assessed are as follows:
NAME(S) OF CERTIFI-
C'ATE HOLDERSS: CABER-
NET ILL-C
LEGAL DESCIRIPTION
OF THE PROPER-TY: LOT
14, BLOCK 127, WILLISTON
HIGHLANDS GOLF AND
COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES,
ACCORDING TO THrE PLAT
THEREOF RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 3, PAGES 67-
67M, PUBLIC RECORDS
OF LEVY COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA.


TOBER 2009.
DANNY J. SHIPP
CLERK OF CIRCUIT
COURT
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN, that the holders)
of Certificate number 1813-
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 prop-
erty, the name(s) in which it
is assessed are as follows:
NAME(S) OF CERTIFl-
CATE HOLDERSS: CABER-
NET ILLC
LEGAL DESCRIPTION
OF .THE PROPERTY: LOT
19, BLOCK 127, WILL.ISTON
HIGHLANDS 'GOLF AND
COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES,
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 3, PAGES 67-
67M, PUBLIC RECORDS
OF LEVY COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. '.
NAME('S) IN WHICH
ASSESSED: MICHELLE
TAPPER
All of said property be-,
.ing in the County of Levy,
State of Florida.
Unless such Certificate
shall be redeemed according
to law, the property described
in such Certificate will be
sold to the highest bidder in
.the Courthouse lobby on the
16th day of November, 2009,
between the hours of 11:00
A.M. and 2:00
Pub: Oct 15, 2009, Oct 22,
2009, Oct 29, 2009, Nov 05,
2009,
DATED this 8th DAY OF OC-.
TOBER 2009.
DANNY J. SHIPP
CLERK OF CIRCUIT
COURT
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN, that the holders)
of Certificate number 2358-
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 prop-
erty, the name(s) in which it
is assessed are as follows:
NAME(S) OF CERTIFI-
CATE HOLDERSS: CABER-
NET 4LLC
LEGAL DESCRIPTION
OF THE PROPERTY: LOT
1, BLOCK 53, WILLISTON
HIGHLANDS UNIT 14, AC-
CORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 4, PAGE 14,
PUjBLIC RECORDS OF
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
NAME(S) IN WHICH
ASSESSED: DOLBERT
CLARKE
All of said property be-
ing in the County of Levy,
State of Florida.
Unless such Certificate
shall be redeemed according
to la~w, the property described
in such Certificate will be
sold to the highest bidder in
thie Courthouse lobby on the
16th day of November, 2009,
between the hours of 11:00.
A.M..and 2:00
Pub: Odt 15, 2009, Oct 22,
2009, Oct 29, 2009, Nov 05,
2009, ,
DATED this 8th DAY OF OC-
TOBER 2009. -
SDANNY J. SHIPP
CLERK OF CIRCUIT
'COURT
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN, that the holders)
of Certificate number 3696-
Of of the sale of 2007 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 prop-
erty, the name(s) in which it
is assessed are as follows:
SNAME(S) OF CERTIFl-
CATE HOLDERSS: PPTS


DE CORP
LEGAL DESCRIPTION
OF THE PROPERTY: LOT 6,
BLOCK, STEEPLECHASE
FARMS SUBDIVISION, AC-
CORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 8, PAGES 36 &


NAME(S)
ASSESSED:
TAPPER


IN WHICH
M(CHELLE


All' oi said property be-
ing in the County of Levy,
State of Florida.
Unless such Certificate
shall be redeemed according
to law, the property described
in such Certificate viWill be
sold to the highest bidder in
the Courthouse lobby on the
16th day of November, 2009,
between the hours of 11:00
A.M. and 2:00
Pub: Oct 15, 2009, Oct 22,
2009, Oct 29, 2009, Nov 05,
2009,
DATED this 8th DAY OF OC-










22 2009


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LEGAL NOTICES


ojyvel urnalon m


hT L C t J al


The Count Pa er E 3


by 279 feet conveyed by
B. E. FOLK and wife, ES-
TELLE P. FOLK, to CITY
OF WVILLISTON, by Deed
dated January 31, 1951,
and recorded in Deed
Book 50, Page 225, Public
Records of Levy County,
Florida, for street right-of-
way purposes.
(Parcel 3):.
Tract 150 feet by 160
feet on Highway 27 in SW
%/ of SW %/ of Section
32, Township 12 South,
Range 19 East, conveyed
by L.K. -PURVIS and wife,
SELIZABETH PURVIS, to
HAROLD H. PHILLPS,
et al, by Deed dated April
27, 1959, and recorded in
Deed Book 71, Pages 24
and 25, Public Records of
Levy County, Florida. .
(Parcel 4):
Lots 1 through 4, Block 2,
ROLLING ACRES SUBDI..
VISION, according to the
plat thereof as' recorded
in Plat Book 2, Page 50,
Public Records of Levy
County, Florida.
(Parcel 5):
Lots 1 through 4, Block 3,
ROLLING ACRES SUBDI-
VISION, according to the
plat thereof as recorded
in Plat Book 2, Page .50,
Public Records of Levy
County, Florida.
(Parcel 6):
.Lots 7 and 8, Block 3,
ROLLING ACRES SUBDI-
VISIOli, according to the
plat thereof as recorded
in Plat Book 2, Page 50,
Public Records .of Levy
County,` Florida.
Being that same prop-
erty described in a Deed
executed by HARREL H.
PHILLPS, et al, recorded
in O.R. Book 776, Page
801, Public Records of
Levy County, Florida.
TRACT F:
Commence at the NE
corner of Block 2 of ROLL-
ING ACRES SUBDIVI-
SION, according to the
plat of said Subdivision on -
file and of record in the of-
fice of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court for Levy County,
Florida, -andl run thence
North a distance of 60
feet to the point where the
.North Right-of-Way 'line
of East Cooper Avenue
intersects the West Right-
of-Way line of Ford Street
according to the said. plat
of ROLLING ACRES
SUBDIVISION, if said
Ford Street be exte'hded
North, to establish the
POINT OF BEGINNING;
From said. Point of Begin-
hing, run thence North
140 feet along the West
Right-of-Way line of Ford
Street, if said Ford Stre~tt
were extended North,
run thence West parallel
to the North line of said
East Cooper Avenue,. a
distance of 178.6 feet, run
thence South a distance of
140 feet to a point in the
North Right-of-WVay line of
said East Cooper Avenue,
run thence East along the
North Right-of-Waty line of
East Cooper Avenue a dis-
tance of 178.6 feet to the
POINT OF BEGINNING.
Being that same prop-
erty described in a Deed
executed by DONNA C.
PHILLIPS, recorded in
O.R: Book 776, Page 820,
Public Recoids of Levy
County, Florida.g
TRACT G:
Commence on the North
line of Noble Avenue of
the City of Williston on
the West line of Section
32, Township 12 South,
Range 19 East, and run-
ning thence East along
Noble Avenue, 470 feet
t6 the West Right-of-Way
line of ACL Railroad and
run thence NE along the
Right-of-Way, 619 feet to
the POINT OF BEIN-
NING, and running N 87
% W, 160 feet; thence
run NE 100 feet parallel
to the Railroad Right-of -
Way; thence run N 87 %
E, 160 feet to the Right-


of-Way; thence run South
along the Right-of-Way
100 feet to the POINT OF
BEGINNING; Being a part
of the SW %/ of SW %/ of
Section 32, Township 12
South, Range 19 East,
Levy County, Florida.


Being that same prop-
erty described in a Deed
executed by JEFFREY
R. MONROE, recorded in
O.R. Book 876, Page 362,
Public Records of Levy
County, Florida.
TRACT H:
Commencing on the
North line of Noble Ave-
nue of the City of W~illiston
on the West line of Section
32, Township 12 South,
Range 19 East, .running
East on Noble Avenue 470
feet to the West line of the
A.C.L Railroad Right-of-
Way; thehce North along
the Right-of-Way, 717 feet
to the POINT OF BEGIN-
,NING; thence North 87 %
West, 160 feet; thence
North 100 feet parallel to
the Right-of-Way; thence
run S .87 % East, 160
feet to the Right-of-Way;
thence run South along
the Right-of-Way '100 feet
to the POINT OF BEGIN-
NING. Fronting 100 feet
on the Right-of-Way and
160 feet back in the SW
%/ of SW %/ of Section
32, Township 12 South,
Range 19 East.
Being that same prop-
erty described in a Deed
executed by QUEEN H.
SUTTON, recorded in
SO.R. Book 840, Page 329,
Public Records of Levy
County, Florida.
Any person claiming an in-
terest in the surplus from the
sale, if any, other than the
property owneraq of the date
of the Lis Pendens must file
a claim within sixty 160) days
after the sale. .
WITNESS MY HAND and
the seal of this Court on Oc-
tober 15, 2009.
Danny J. Shipp
Clerkc of the Circuit Court
By: Gwen McElroy Is/
Deputy Clerk
(CourtSeal)
CERTIFICATE OF
SERVICE
I HEREBY CERTIFY that
a truie and correct copy of
the foregoing has been fur-
nished by U.S. Mail this 15m
day of October, 2009 to:
Kermeth R. Hart, Esq. and
Gerald C. Thomas, Esq.
Ausley & McMullen, P.A.
Post Office Box 391
Tallaihassee, FL 32302
(Attorneys for Capital City
Bank)
Brian P. Kirwin, Esq. and
David Adelstein, Esq.
Kirwin Norris, P.A
110 E. Broward Blvd., Ste
1'570 '
.Fort L~auderdale, FL 33301
(Attorney for Martins and
Florida Railroad and Lumber
Company)
Cameron H.P. White, Esq.
Miller, South & Milhausen,
P.A. .
1000 Legion Place, Suite
1200 .
Orlando, FL 32801
.(Attorney for First Commer-
cial Bank of Florida)
O wen McElroy Is/
Clerk
Pub.: Oct. 22, 29, 2009.

IN THE CIRCUIT.COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
LEVY CO)UNTY, FLORIDA
CASE .NO. 38-2009CA-
.000573
CAPITAL CITY BANK,
Plaintiff,
v.LIA D.MRI l
WILLIAM D MARTIN alkla BL
MARTIN, individually; DE-
NISE J. MARTIN a/k/a DE-
NISE MARTIN, individually;
THE FLORIDA RAILROAD.
AND LUMBER COMPANY,
a Florida corporation; MEAT
TRADERS INC., a Florida
corporation d/bla MASTER
PURVEYORS; and FIRST
COMMERCIAL: BANK OF
FLORIDA,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to the Fi-
nal Summary- Judgment on
Counts I and II dated Oc-
tober 7, 2009 and entered
in Case No. 38-2009CA-
000573 of the Circuit Court


of the Eighth Judicial Circuit,
in and for Levy County, Flor-
ida, wherein CAPITAL CITY
BANK is the Plaintiff and
WILLIAM D. MARTIN alk/a
WILLIAM MARTIN alk/a BILL
MARTIN, individually; DE-


NISE J. MARTIN a/kla DE-
NISE MARTIN, individually;
THE FLORIDA RAILROAD
AND LUMBER COMPANY,
a Florida corporation; MEAT
TRADERS INC., a Florida
corporation d/bla MASTER
PURVEYORS; and FIRST
COMMERCIAL BANK OF
FLORIDA, are the Defen-
dants, I will sell to the high-
est and best bidder for cash
at the front door of the Levy
County Courthouse, 355 S.
Court Street, Bronson, Flori-
da at 11:00 a.m. on the 9th of.
November, 2009, the follow-
ing described property as set
forth in Exhibit "A" attached
hereto.
Exhibit "A"
A tract of land situated
in Section 31, Township
12 South, Range 19 East
Levy County, Florida, said
tract of land being rnore
particularly described as
follows:
Commence at the North-
east corner of Section
31, Township 12 South,
Range 19 East, and run
S. 02" 19' 32" W., along
the East line of said Sec-
tioh 31, 2654.78 feet to
the Northeast corner of
the South % of said Sec-
tion 31; thence run N. 87.
44' 15" W., along the North
line of the said South %/
339.80 feet -to the Point
of Beginning; thence run
S. 35' 45' 45" W., 345.00
feet; thence run S. 09" 14'
.15" E., 190.00 feet; thence~
run S. 18" 45' 45" W.,
247.12 feet; thence run N.
87" 41' 23" W., 1833.49
feet to an old fence cor;
ner; thence run N. 11" 37'
23" W., along an old fence
line~, 250 feet; thence run
Northeasterly along said
fence line, 350 feet more
or less to the Southeaster-
ly right of way line of State
Road 121; thence- run
Northeasterly along said
right of way line 30 feet
more or less to the P.T of
a curve; thence run N. 60*
33' 07" E., along said right
of way line 208.06 feet;
thence run S. 87" 44' 15"
E., along said~ right of way
line, 19.02 feet; thence run
N. 60. 33' 07" E., along said
right of way line,- 598.02
feet;. thence run North-
easterly along said right
of way line with a curve
concave Northwesterly,
said curve having a cen-
tral angle of 06" 52' 51", a
radius of 2914.79 feet, an
arc length of 350.04 feet
and a chord bearing and
distance of N. 57" 06' 42"
E., 3419.83 feet; thence run
S. 87" 39' 01" E., 1081.47
feet; thence run S. 01" 43'
19" W., 5;14.12 feet to the
Point of Beginning.
LESS AND EXCEPT: the
land described in Partial
Release of Mortgage in
Bookj 798, page 869, more
particularly' described as
follows:
A parcel of land in the SE
%/ of Section 31, Town-
~ship 12 South, Range 19
East, City of Williston,
Levy County, Florida, be-
ing more particularly de-
scribed as follows:
For a. POINT OF BEGIN-
NING, commence at the
intersection of the South-
easterly right of way line of
State Road No. 121 (100
foot right of way) with the
North line of SE %/ of Sec-
tion 31 ,Township12 South,
Range 19 East, Levy
County, Florida; thence ~S.
09*07'15" E, 720.38 feet,
to the North line of an al-
ley, being a line parallel
with and 16 feet North of
the North line of Blocks 1
and 2 of "Bowman's Addi-
tion to Williston, Florida";
thence N. 87"34'39" W.,
along said North line of
alley, 317.63 feet, to the
Easterly right of way line
of NE 2nd Street; thence
N. 10*48'S4" W, along
said right of way line until
otherwise noted, 197.57
feet; thence N. 07"42'11"
W., 88.03 feet; thence N.


05" 4T' 23" W., 76.33 feet;
thence N. 10" 43' 29" E.,
233.06 feet, to an intersec-
tion with the Southeasterly
right of way line of said
State Road No. 121 (80
foot right of way), also be-
ing a point on a curve


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 38-2009-CA-568
SOUTHERN FOREST
GROVE, LLC, a Florida
Corporation
Plaintiff
vs.
SALOMON Z. ROSENBERG
a/kla SALOMON ZELKOW-
ICZ ROSENBERG, if mar-
ried, if alive, and if dead, his
respective unknown, spous-
es, heirs, devisees, grant-
ees, creditors, or other par-
ties claiming by, through,
under or against the herein-
above individually,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: .
SALOMON Z. -
ROSENBERG akla
SALOMON ZELKOWICZ
;ROSENBERG
AiPARTADO, # 565
SAN JOSE, COSTA RICA
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to Quiet Title as
to the following described
lands:
TRACT 362, LEGALLY
DESCRIBED 'AS: THE
S % OF THE SW %/ OF
THE SW %/ OF THE NE
%/ OF THE SW %/ OF
SECTION 14, TOWNSHIP
12 SOUTH, RANGE. 17
EAST, LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
TAX PARCEL # 03405-
013-00
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any,
on RONALD WV. STEVENS,
Petitioner's attorney, whose
address is Post Office Box
1444, Bronson, FL 3d621,
on or before Nov. 27, 2009,
and file the original with the
Clerk of this Court either be-
fore service on Plaintiffs at-
Storney or immediately there-
after; otherwisee a default will
be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the
Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this 'Court on Oc-
tober 13, 2009.
Clerk of Court
By: Gwen McElroy Is/
Persons with disabilities re-;
questing reasonable aiccom-
modations to participate in
this proceeding should con-
tact (352) 486-5266 (Voice
& TDD) or via Florida Relay
Service at (800) 955-8771.
Pub.: Oct. 22, 29, Nov. 5, 12,
2009.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, 1N AND FOR
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NO.:38-2008-CA-
001052
LEVONN~E DYKES, -
Plaintiff,
.vs.
SHANNON 1I. GLOVER,
Defendant,
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that thie Clerk of this
Court shall sell, pursuant to
a Final Judgment of Fore-
closure dated Oct. 8, 20)9
in Civil Action No. 38-2008-
CA-001052, Circuit Court of
the Eighth Judicial Circuit, in
and for Levy County, Florida,
wherein Levonne Dykes, is
the Plaintiff and Shannon I.
Glover is the Defendant, the
following described property
in Levy County, Florida:
Lot 9, Block 31, Ocala
Highlands West, as per
plat thereof recorded in
Plat Book 4, pages 16 thru '
16D, Public Records of
Levy County, Florida.
at public sale on Nov 16,
2009, at 11:00 A.M. to the
highest bidder for cash in
the lobby of the Levy County
Courthouse in Bronson, Levy
County, Florida.
Any person claiming an in-
terest in the surplus from
the sale, if any, other than
the property owner as of the
date of the lis pendens must
file a claim within 60 days af-
ter the sale.
WITNESS my hand and
seal of the Court on October


13, 2009.
DANNY J. SHIPP
Clerk of the Court
By: Gwen McElroy Is/
As Deputy Clerk
Pub.: 'Oct. 22, 29, 2009.

- - -


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 38-2009CA-
000574
CAPITAL CITY BANK,
Plaintiff,
v.LIA D.MRI l
WILLIAM D.MARTIN alk/a BL
MARTIN, individually; DE-
NISE J. MARTIN a/k/a DE-
NISE MARTIN, individually;
THE FLORIDA RAILROAD
AND LUMBER COMPANY,
a Florida corporation; MEAT
TRADERS INC., a Florida
corporation di/ba MASTER
PURVEYORS; and FIRST
COMMERCIAL BANK OF
FLORIDA,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF
FORECLOSUREE SALE
.NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to the Fi-
nal Summary Judgment on
Counts I through X dated
October7, 2009 and entered
in Case No. 38-2009CA-
000574 of the Circuit Court
of the Eighth Judicial Cir-
cuit, in and for Levy County,
Florida, wherein CAPITAL
CITY BANK is the: Plairitiff
and WILLIAM D. MARTIN
a/kla WILLIAM MARTIN a/
k/a BILL MARTIN, individu-
ally; DENISE J. MARTIN
alk/a DENISE MARTIN, in-
dividually; THE FLORIDA
RAILROAD AND LUMBER
COMPANY, a Florida cor-
poration; MEAT TRADERS
INC., a.Florida corporation d/'
bla MASTER PURVEYORS;
and FIRST COMMERCIAL
BANK OF FLORIDA, are the
Defendants, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for
cash at the front door of the
Levy County Courthouse.
355 S. Court Street, Bron-
son, Florida at 11:00 a.m. on
the 9th of November, 2009,
the following described proip-
erty as set forth in Exhibit "A"
attached hereto.
EXHIBIT "A"
TRACT A:
All that portion of the
North %; of Lot 4, of MIX-
ON'S PLAT as recorded in
Plat Book 1, Pages 5 and
6 of the Public Records
of Levy County, Florida,
lying South and East of
State Road 121, all being
in Section 31, Township 12
South, Range 19 East.
Being that .same prop-
erty described in a Deed
executed by CHARLES
RANDOM WEIR, recorded
in O.R. Book 724, Page
237, Purblic Records of
Levy County, Florida.
TRACT B: -
SAll that part of Lot 3, of
the MIXON PLAT as re`-
corded in Plat Book 1,
Page 5, Public Records
of Levy County, Florida,
that lies in the Southeast
%/ of the Northeast %/.of
Section 31, Township 12
South, Range 19 East,
Levy County, Florida.
`Being that same prop-
erty described in a Deed
executed by MARY JANE
RUTLAND, recorded in
O.R. Book 574, Page 825,
Public Records of Levy
County, Florida.
TRACT C:
A parcel of land situated in
Section 31 and 32, Town- .
ship 12 South, Range 19
East, Levy County, Flori-
dal said tract being more
particularly described as
follows:
The West %/ of the SW% 1
of the NW%'/ of Section 32,
Township 12 South, Range
19 East, also the NVW% 1/of
the NW % of the SW % 4
of Section 32, Township
12 South, Range 19 East;
also that part of the South
%/ of Section 31,. Town-
ship 12 South, Range 19
East, being described as;
Begin at the NE corner
of the said South VJ2 Of
Section 31, Townsh'ip 12
South, Range 19 East and
run N 87.44'15" W, along
the North line of the said
South % 339.80 feet;
thence run S 35"45'45" W.


345.00 feet; thence run S
09"14'15" E, ,190.00 feet;
thence run S 18"45'45" W,
247.12 feet; thence Irun S
87.41'23" E, 561.98 feet
,to the East line of' said
Section 31, thence run N
02"19'32" E, 711.28 feet


to the.POINT OF BEGIN-
NING.
Being that same property
described in a Deed exe-
cuted by PHYLLIS McCOY
GRIFFIlN a/k/a PHYLLIS J.
GRIFFIN f/k/a PHYLLIS J.
McCOY, as Trustee of the
"PHYLLIS McCOY GRIF-
FIN REVOCABLE INTER
VIVOS TRUST" flkla "THE
PHYLLIS J. McCOY RE-
VOCABl.E TRUST", re-
corded in O.R. Book 574,
Page 823, Public Records
of Levy County, Florida.
TRACT D:
Southwest %/ of the
Northwest %'/ of the
Southwest %/ of Section
32, Townshipj 12 South,
Range 19 East, lying West
of Atlantic Coastline Rail-
road Right-of-Way, Levy
County, Florida.
Being that same prop-
erty described in a Deed
executed.` by ROBERT
DANIEL HARTLEY and
.PEGGY J. HARTLEY, hus-
band and wife, recorded in
O.R. Book 736, Page 571,
Public Records of Levy
County, Florida.
TRACT E:
(Parcel 1);
That part of the E %/ of
SE %~ of SE %j of Section
31, Township 12 South,
Range 19 East, that lies
and is North of ROLLING
ACRES SUBDIVISION,
according to the plat
thereof as recorded in Plat
Book 2, Page 50, Public
Records of Levy County,
Florida, and East of Ni~rth-
.east 5th Street in the CITY
OF WILLISTON, LESS the
following: .
a. Tract conveyed by
ODIS G.. PHI'LLIPS and
RUTH PHILLIPS, his wife,
to HAROLD H. PHILLIPS
and
DONNA F. PHILLIPS, his
wife, by deed Dated March
24, 1959, Filed March 24,
1959, and recorded in
Deed Book 70, Page 389,
Public Records of Levy
County, Florida.
b. Tract conveyed by
VIRGINIA L. LEWIS to
JOSEPH P. LEWIS and
VIRGINIA L. LEWIS, his
:wife, by
deed dated March 19,
1991, filed March 19,
1991, and reCorded in
O.R. Book 423, Page 595,
Public Recoids of Levy
County, Florida.
(Parcel 2):
That part of the SW
%/ of SW %/ of Section
32, Township: 12 South,
Range 19 East, that lies
and is West of the right-of-
way of the Atlantic Coast
Line Railroad and North of
ROLLING ACRES SUBDI-
VISION, according to the
plat thereof as recorded
in Plat Book 2, Page 50,
Public Records of Levy
County, Florida, LESS the
following:
a. Tract conveyed by B.
E. FOLK and wife, ES-
TELLE P. FOLK, to WIL-
BUR COLEMAN ahd wife,
INEZ
COLEMAN, by Deed dat-
ed March 12, 1951, filed
January 12, 1952, and `re-
corded in Deed Book 51,
Page 374, Public Records
of Levy County, F~lorida.
b. Tract .conveyed by
FRANK HAMPTON to
ULYSSES HARRIS INic-
QUEEN and his wif e, IN-
ETHA LINDA
McQUEEN, by Deed dat-
ed February 5, 1975, filed
February 10, 1975, and
recorded in O.R. Book 71,
Page 404, Public Records
of Levy County, Florida.
c. Tract conveyed by
FRANK HAMPTON to
QUEEN H. SUTTON, by
Deed dated July ,
1988, filed
August 9, 1988, and re-
corded in O.R. Book 336,
Page 186,.Public Records
of Levy County, Florida.
Sd. Tract conveyed by EU-
GENE DONALD, a single
man, to JEFFREY R.
MONROE and SANDRA


MONROE, his wife; dated
February 3, 1998, filed
February 3, 1998, and re-
corded in O.R. Book 634,
Page 342, Purblic Records
of Levy County, Florida.
e. A strip of land 39 feet


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TOGETHER with a 1994
LIBE Mobile Home bear-
ing VIN#'s 10L23670U
10L23670X,
at public sale, to the highest
and best bidder, for cash,
at In the lobby of the Levy
County Courthouse, 355
South Court Street, Bronson,
FL 32621, at 11:00 a.m. on
the 16th day of November,
2009. 'Any person claiming
an interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner as
of the date of the lis pendens
must file a claim within 60
days after the ale.
Dated: October 14, 2009.
Danny J.. Shipp.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
By: Gwen McElroy Is/
Deputy Clerk
"In accordance with the Ameri-
cans With Disabilities Act, per-'.
sons in need of a special ac-
commodation to participate
in this proceeding shall,
within seven (7) days prior
to any proceedi'hg, contact
the Administrative Offite`
of the Court, Levy Countyl
Courthouse, 355 South
Court Street, Bronson, FL
32621, telephone 352-486-
5100, TDD 1-800-955-8771.
or 1-800-955-8770 via Florida
Relay Service".
Pub.: Oct. 22, 29, 2009.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR LEVY
COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 09-CA-000628
HOUSl-HOLD FINANCE
CORPORATION III,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DANE A. WILSON; UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE~ OF
DANE A. WILSON; IF LIV-
ING, INCLUDING ANY
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
SAID DEFENDANTSS, IF
REMARRIED, AND IF, DE-
C~EASED, THE RiESPEC-~
TIVE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS,
LI ENORS, AND TRUSTEES,
ANDALLOTHERPERSONS
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST THE
NAMED DEFENDANjT(S);
UNKNOWN TENANT #1;
UNKNOWN TENANT #2;
Defendant(s)
NOTICE QF SALE
Notice is hereby given that,
pursuant to a Final Summa-
ry Judgment of Foreclosure
entered in the above-styled-
cause, in the Circuit Court
of Levy County, Florida,I
will sell the property situate
in Levy County, Florida, de-
scribed as:
LOT 9, C. P. & C. ES-
TATES, ACCORDING TO
THE PLAT THEREOF RE-
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK
7, PAGE 2, PUBLIC RE-
CORDS OF LEVY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA.
To include a:
S1994 Meritt VIN
FLHMLCP34610452A
67100135
1994 -Meritt VIN
'FLH MLC P346 10452 B
67100136
A/K/A
191pj~ NW52nd Place
Trenton, FL 32693
at public sale, to the highest
and best bidder, for cash, At
the lobby of the Levy County
Courthouse, Court Street,
Bronson, FL at 11:00 a.m.,
on November 16, 2009.
DATED THIS 14TH DAY
OF OCT., 2009
Any person claiming an.
interest in the surplus from
the sale, if any, other than
the property owner as of the
date of the lis pendens, must
file a claim within 60 days af-
ter the sale.
Witness, my hand and seal
pf this court on the 14" day
of October, 2009.
CLERK OF CIRCUIT
COURT
By: Gwen McElroy /s/
Deputy Clerk


THIS INSTRUMENT
PREPARED BY:
Law Offices of Daniel C.
Consuegra
9204 King Palm Drive
Tampa, FL 33619-1 328
Phone: 813-915-8660
Attorneys for Plaintiffs


the Levy County Courthouse
in Bronson, Florida, at 11:00
a.m. on the 16th day of No-
vember, 2009, the following
described property as set
forth in said Flinal Judgment,
to wit;
LOT 4, BLOCK H, FOX
GROVE FARMS, AC-
CORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 8, PAGES
70 THRU 73, PUBLIC RE-
CORDS OF LEVY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING
AN INTEREST IN THE SUR-
PLUS FROM THE SALE, IF
ANY, OTHER THAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER AS
OF THE DATE OF THE LIS
PENDENS MUST FILE A
CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS
AFTER THE SALE.
If you are a person with
Disabilities wlho need any
accommodation to partici-
pate in this piioceeding, you
are entitled at no cost tq you
to the provisions of certain
assistant. Please coritact the
ADA Coordinator at Court
Street, Bronson, FL 32621
or Telephone (352)486-5276
prior to such proceeding. I
you are hearing impaired call
1-800-955-8771.
Dated this 15th day of Octo-
ber, 2009.
Danny J. Shipp
Clerk Of The Circuit Court
.By: Gwen McElroy Is/ .
Deputy Cle~k
Law Office of Marshall C.
Watson
1800 NW 49tha Street,
Suite 120
Ft Lauderdale, Florida33309
Telephone: (954) 453-0365
Facsimile: (954) 771-6052
Toll Free: 1-8090-441-2438
Pub.: Oct. 22, 29, 2009.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR LEVY
COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 2009 CA 325

GREEN TREE SERVIC-
ING LLC, AS SUCCESSOR
SERVICE FOR GREEN-
POINT CREDIT, LLC,
Plaintiff,
vs.
IRMA SERRA A/K/A IRMA
SERRA~ RIVERA; UN-
KNOWN `SPOUSE OF
IRMA SERRA A/K/A IRMA
SERRA RIVERA; LOYDA
GIL A/K/A LOYDA SANTIA-
GO; UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF LOYDA GIL A/K/ A
LOYDA SAINTIAGO; `IF
LIVING, INCLUDING ANY
, UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
SAID DEFENDANTSS, IF
REMARRIED, AND IF DE-
.CEASED, THE RESPEC-
TIVE .UNKNOWN HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS,
LIENORS, AND TRUST-
EES, AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDERR OR
AGAINST THE NAMED
DEFENDANtl(S); OAK
RIDGE ESTATES PROP-
ERTY OWNERS' ASSOCIA-
TION, INC.; WHETHER DIS-
sp3LVED OR PRESENTLY
EXISTING, TOGETHER
WITH' ANY GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS,
LIENORS, OR TRUSTEES
OF SAID DEFENDANTS)
ANVD ALL OTHER PER-
SONS CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER, OR
AGAINST DEFENDANTSS;
UNKNOWN TENANT #1;
UNKNOWN TENANT #2;
Defendant(s) '
,NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that,
purrsuant to a Final Summa-
ry Judgment of Foreclosure
entered in the above-styled
cause, in the Circuit Court
of Levy County, Florida, I
will sell the property situate
in Levy County, Florida, de-
scribedl as:
LOT 10, BLOCK 68, OAK
RIDGE ESTATES, AC-
CORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF, AS RECORD-
ED IN PLAT BOOK 3,
PAGES 63-1 THROUGH


63-7, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA4.
.To include a:
2000 Augu VIN
GMWHGA6130000971A
81556162
t2000 Augu VIN


GMHGA6130000971B
81556194
A/K/A
11910 NE 62nd Lane
Williston FL 32696
at public sale, to the highest
and best bidder, for cash, At
the lobby of the Levy County
Courthouse, S. Court Street,
Bronson, FL at 11:00 a.m.,
on November 16, 2009.
DATED THIS 15'h day of
October, 2009.
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus from
the sale, if any, other than
the property owner as of the
date of the lis pendens, must ,
file a claim within 60 days af-
ter the sale.
Witness, my hand and seal
of this court on the 15th day
of October, 2009.
CLERK OF CIRCUIT
COURT
By: Gwen McElroy Is/
Deputy Clerk
Law Offices of Daniel C.
C~nsuegra
9204 King Palm Drive
Tampa, FL 33619-1328
Phone: 813-915-8660
Attorneys for Plaintiff
In accordance with the
American with Disabilities
Act of 1990, persons need-
ing a special accommoda-
tion to participate in this
proceeding should contact
the ASA Coordinator no later
than seven (7) days prior to
the proceedings. If hearing
impaired, please call (800)
955-8771 (TDD) or (800)
955-8770 (voice), via Florida
Relay Service.
.Pub.: Oct. 22, 29, 2009.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE 8TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 38-2008-CA-
000978
HOUSEHOLD FINANCE
CORPORATION, III,
Plaintiff,
vs.
SHANNON S. ACKER F/K/A
SHANNON S. MORRIS A/K/
A SHANNON STEED MOR-
RIS A/KlA SHANNON KAYE
STEED; LAWRENCE J.
ACKER A/K/A LAWRENCE
JAMES ACKER, JR. A/K/A
LAWRENCE J. ACKER, JR.;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
SHANNON S. ACKER F/K/
A SHANNON S. MORRIS
A/KIA SHANNON' STEED
MORRIS A/K/A SHANNON
KAYE STEED; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF CHARLES
P. KING, JR.; STATE OF
FLORIDA, DEPARTMENT
OF REVENUE; EDUCAP,
INC.; CHRYSLER CREDIT
CORPORATION; STATE
EMPLOYEES CREDIT
UNION; CAVALRY PORT-
FOLIO SERVICES, LLC AS
ASSIGNEE OF CAVALRY
INVESTMENTS, LLCASAS-
SIGNEE OF AMERICREDIT;
Unknown Tenant (s); IN
POSSESSION OF THE
SUBJECT PROPERTY,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV-
EN pursuant to a Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure dated
the 1l5th day of October,
2009, and entered in Case
No. 38-2008-CA-000978, of
the Circuit Court of the 87"
Judicial Circuit in and for
Levy County, Florida, where-
in HOUSEHOLD FINANCE
CORlPORATION, III is the
Plaintiff and jOHN DOE;
SJANE DOE AS UNKNOWN
TENANT (S) IN POSSES-
SlON OF THE SUBJECT
PROPERTY are defendants.
I will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash ai the
FRONT LOBBY OF COURT-
HOUSE ON MONDAYS at
the Levy County Courthouse
in Bronson, Florida, at 11:00
a.m. on the 16'" day of No-
vember ,2009,.the following
described property as set
forth mn said Final Judgment,
to wit:
LOT #8, NORTH
CHIEFLAND ESTATES,
AS PER PLIAT THEREOF
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 8, PAGES 50, PUB-


LIC RECORDS OF LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA
ANY PERSON CLAIMING
AN INTEREST IN THE SUR-
PLUS FROM THE $ALE, IF
ANY, OTHER THAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER AS
OF THE DATE OF THE LIS


concave to the NW, hav-
ing a radius 914.93 feet,
and through which point
passes a radial bearing
of N. 29035'47" W; thence
Easterly, along the arc of
said curve and said right
of way, through a central
angle of 01"12'O9", a dis-
tance of 19.20 feet, to the
Point of Tangency of said
curve; thence N 60.24'14"
E, along said right of way,
207.86 feet, to the inter-
section with said North line
of SE %/4; thence S 87"54'
28" E, along said North
line of SE %4, a distance of
19.03 feet, to close on the
POINT OF BEGINNING.
Any person claiming an in-
terest in the surplus from the
sale, if any, other than the
property owner as of the date
of the Lis Pendens must file
'a claim within sixty (60) days
after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and
the seal of this Court on 'Oc-
tober 15, 2009.
Darmy J. Shipp
Clerk of the Circ~uit Court
By: Gwen McElroy Is/
Deputy Clerk
(Court Seal)
CERTIFICATE OF
SERVICE
I HEREBY CERTIFY that
a true and correct copy of
the foregoing has been fur-
nished by U.S. Mail this 15th
day of October, 2009 to:
Kenneth R. Hart, Esq. and
Gerald C. Thomas, Esq.
Ausley & McMullen, P.A.
Post Office' Box 391
Tallahassee, FL 32302
(Attorneys for Capital City
Bank)

Brian P. Kirwin, Esq. and
David.Adelstein, Esq.
Kirwin Norris, P.A
110 E. Broward Blvd., Ste
1570 -
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
(Attorney for Martins and
Florida Railroad and Lumber
.Company)

Cameron H.P. White, Esq.
Miller, South & M~ilhausen,
P.A.
1000 Legion Place, Suite
1200 :
Orlando, FL 32801
(Attorney for First
Commercial Bank of Florida)
Gwen McElroy Is/
Clerk
Pub.: Oct. 22, 29, 2009.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE ilTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 38-2008-CA-
001~238
DEUTSCHE BANK NA-
TIONAL TRUST COMPANY
AS INDENTURE TRUST-
EE FOR FIRST FRANKLIN
MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST
2006- FF7, MORTGAGE
PASS-THROUGH CERTIFl-
CATES SERIES 2006- FF7,
Plaintiff
vs.
JULIO A RODRIGUEZ Al
KIA JULIO RODRIGUEZ;
UiNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
JULIO A RODRIGUEZ;
UNKNOWN ~TENANT (S)
IN POSSESSION OF THE
SUBJECT PROPERTY,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF
'FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to aFinal Judgment
of Foreclosure dated 15'" day
of October, 2009, and
entered in Case No. 38-
2008-CA-001 238, of the
Circuit Court of the 8TH Ju-
dicial Circuit in and for Levy
County,, Florida, wherein
DEUTSCHE BANK NA-
TIONAL TRUST COMPANY
AS INDENTURE TRUSTEE
FOR FIRST FRANKLIN
MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST
2006-FF7, MORTGAGE
PASS-THROUGH CERTIFl-
CATES SERIES 2006-FF7
is the Plaintiff and JULIO A
RODRIGUEZ A/K/A JULIO
RODRIGUEZ; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF JULIO A RO-
DRIGUEZ; UNKNOWN
TENANT (S); JOHN DOE;
JANE DOE. AS UNKNOWN


TENANT (S) IN POSSES-
SION OF THE SUBJECT
PROPERTY are defendants.
I will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at the
FRONT STEPS OF COURT-
HOUSE ON IVONDAYS al


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the date of the Lis Pendens
must file a claim within sixty
(60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and
the seal of this Court on Oc-
tober 15, ,2009.
Danny J. Shipp
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Gwen McElroy Is/
Deputy Clerk
Pub.: Oct: 22, 29, 2009.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 38-2009-CP-
000171
IN RE: ESTATE OF JACK
WILKINSON,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of JACK WILKIN-
SON, deceased, whose date
of death was September 3,
2009; File Number 38-2009-
CP-000171, is pending in the
Circuit Court for LEVY Courn-
ty, Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which is P.
0. Drawer 610, Bronson, FL
32621. The names and ad-
dresses of the Co-Personal
Representatives and the Co-
Personal Representatives'
attorney are set forth below,
All creditors of the De-
cedent and other persons
.having claims or demands
against decedent's estate,
on whom a copy of this no-
tice is required to be served,
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
TIME OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the
Decedent and other persons
having claims or demands
against Decedent's estate
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3 MONTI-S
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT PilLED
WITHIN THE TIME PE-
RIODS 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
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date of first publication
of this notice is: October 22,
2009.
JUDY PEACOCK Is/
Co-Personal Representative
P. 0. Box 337 -
Chiefland,FL 32644
ROBERT J .BEAUCHAMP

Co-Personal Representative
P. 0. Box 1777
Chiefland, FL 32644
GREGORY V.
BEAUCHAMP, PA Is/
.Attorney for~ Co-Personal
Representatives
Florida Bar No. 178770
P.O. Box 1129
Chiefland, FL 32644
Telephone: (352)493-1458
Pub.: Oct. 22, 29, 2009.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA /
.-CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 38-2008-CA-
. 000634
KONDAUR CAPITAL
CORPORATION,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
DONNA E. TREDWAY, et
al.,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that,
pursuant to a Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure or Or-
der dated October 14, 2009,
entered in Civil case Num-
ber 38-2008-CA-000634, in
the Circuit Court for LEVY
County, Florida, wherein
KONDAUjR CAPITAL COR-
PORATION is the Plaintiff,
and DONNA E. TREDWVAY,


et al., are the Defendants, I
will sell the property.situated
in LEVY County, Florida, de-
scribed as:
Lot 18, TRIPLE CROWN
FARMS UNIT II, according
to the plat thereof, record-
ed in Plat Book 8, at Page


PENDENS MUST FILE A
CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS
AFTER THE SALE.
If you are a person with Dis-
abilities who need any ac-
commodation to participate
in this proceeding, you are
entitled at no cost to you to
the provisions of certain as-
sistant. Please contact the
ADA Coordinator at Court
Street, Bronson, FL 32621
or Telephone (352)486-5276
prior to such proceeding. I
you are hearing impaired call
1-800-955-8771.
Dated this 15'" day of Octo-
ber, 2009.
Danny J. Shipp
Clerk Of The Circuit Court
Byl: Gwen McElroy Is/
Deputy Clerk
Pub.: Oct. 22, 29, 2009.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FQR
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE~ NO.: 38-2007-CA-
001229
DIVISION:
CHASE HOME FINANCE
LLC,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ROLLAND H. CHRISTIANS,
et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF
RESCHEDULED
FORECLOSURE SALE <
'NOTICE IS .HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an Order
Rescheduling Foreclosure
Sale dated Qctober 15, 2009
and entered in Case NO. 38-
2007-CA-001229 of the Cir-
cuit Court of the EIGHTH Ju-
dicial Circuit in and for LEVY
County, Florida wherein
CHASE HOME FINANCE
LLC, is the Plaintiff and
ROLLAND H. CHRISTIANS;
NANCY A. LANGTON-
CHRISTIANS; JPMORGAN
CHASE BANK,. N.A.; are
the Defendants, I will sell to
the highest and best bidder
for cash at MAIN LOBBY
OF THE LEVY COUjNTY
COURTHOUSE at 11:00AM,
on the 16'" day _f Novem-
ber, 2009, the following de-
scribed property as set forth
in said Final Judgment:
THAT CERTAIN TRACT,
LOT, PIECE AND PAR-
CEL OF LAND IN THE
NORTHERLY SIDE OF
THE RIGHT OF WAY OF
CEDAR KEY AIRPORT IN
iWEST << OF SECTION 3.1,
TOWNSHIP 15 SOUTH,
RANGE 13 EAST, CON-
SISTING OF LOT 8, AC-
CORDING TO A SURVEY
AND PLAT OF PINEY
POINT, MADE OCTOBER
27, 1953, BY PERRY MC-
GRIFF, A SURVEYOR,
AND A FURTHER TRACT
ON THE NORTHERLY
END OF SAID LOT 8; ALL
SOF SAID LOT 8AND SAID
ADDITIONAL TRACT TO-
GETHER BEING PARTIC-
ULARLY DESCRIBED BY
METES AND BOUNDS
AS FOLLOWS, TO-WIT:
COMMENCE AT THE
NORTHWEST CO'R-
NER OF SECTION 31,
TOWNSHIP 15 SOUTH,
RANGE 13 EAST AND
RUN THENCE SOUTH
64 DEGREE52MINUTES
EAST, A DISTANCE OF
2397 FEET; RUN THENCE
NORTH. 41 DEGREE 44
MINUTES WEST, A DIS-
TANCE OF 450 PEET;
RUN THENCE SOUTH
48 DEGREE 16 MINUTES
WEST, A DISTANCE OF
1000 FEET TO ESTAB-
LISH THE POINT OF BE-
GINNING; FROM SAID
POINT' OF BEGINNING,
CONTINUE SOUTH 48
DEGREE 16 MINUTES, A
DISTANCE OF 100 FEET;
RUN THENCE NORTH 41
DEGREE 44 MINUTES
WEST, A DISTANCE OF
350 FEET; RUN THENCE
NORTH 48 DEGREE 16
MINTUES EAST, A DIS-
TANCE OF 100 FEET;
RUN THENCE SOUTH
41A DEGREE 44 MINUTES
EAST, A DISTANCE OF
350 FEET TO THE POINT


OF BEGINNING.
A/K/A 16831 SW 133RD
STREET, CEDAR KEY, FL
326250000
Any person claimling an
interest in the surplu's from
the sale, if any, other than
the property owner, as of















In accordance with the
American with Disabilities
Act of 1990, persons need-
ing a special accommoda-
tion to participate in this
proceeding should contact
the ASA Coordinator no later
than seven' (7) days prior to
the proceedings. If hearing
impaired, please call (800)
955-8771 (TDD) or (800)
955-8770 (voice), via Florida
Relay Service.
Pub..: Oct. 22, 29, 2009.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 08-CA-907
MATTCOLE
INVESTMENTS, LLC, a
Florida Limited Liability
Company,
Plaintiff
.vs
AMANDA Y. BROWN,~ a
single wornan, anid JAMES
C. BROWN, JR., a married
man
Defendants .
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is given that pursu-
ant to the Summary Final
Judgment of Foreciosure
entered on~ October 14, 2006 .
in Civil Action No. 2008-CA-
9Q7 of the Circuit Court of 'the
Eighth Judicial Circuit, in and
for Lev County, Florida, ~in
which MATTCOLE INVEST-
MENTS, LLC, A Florida
Limited Liability Company,
is the Plaintiff and AMANDA
Y. BROWiN, a single woman
and JAMES -C. BROWN,
JR., a married man, are the
Defendants, I shall sell the
property at' public sale 'on
Nov. 16, 2009 at 11:00 .A.M.,
to.the highest bidder for cash
in the Main Lobby of the
Levy County Courthouse' lo-
cated at 355 S. Court Street,
in Bronson, Levy County,
Florida, in accordance with
F.S. 945.031, the followinig-
described real property se~t
forth in the Final Judgment
of Foreclosure:
A parcel of land in the NW
%/ of NE 3i4 of Section 4,
townshipp 13 South, Range
19 IEast,~ Levy County,
Florida, being more par-
ticularly described as fol-
Ilows:
For .a point of Reference,
cominence at the NE cor-
ner' of the NW %/ of NW
%/ of NE %/ of Section
4, Township 13 South,
Range. 19 East, Levy
Courity, Florida; thence
Southerly, along the East
line of said NW %/ of NW
%/ of NE % 4, 33 feet, to
the South -iight if way line
of NE 40th Street (Levy
County Road C-318) and
the Point of Beginning;
thence continue Souther-
ly, along said West line of
NWV o/ f NW %/ of NE%/,
222 feet, to the NE corner -
of that property described
in Deed Book 53, Page
458; thence Westerly, 210
feet, to the NW,corner of
last said property; thence
Northerly, 222 feet, to said
South right of way line;
thence Easterly 210 feet,
to close on the Point of
Beginning.
Together with a 1984
Doublewide Mobile
Home, `Chal., Iden-
tification numbers
SHS4WGA43830519A &
SHS4WGA43830519B,
which is permanently af-
fixed to the lands above
described and as such is
deemed to be a fixture and
parlt of the rebllestate.
also, known as Tax Parcel ~
Identification #04929-002-
00. ..
Signed this 14'h day lof
October, 2009.
(COURT SEAL)
DA4NNY J. SHIPP
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
'By: Gwen McElroy /s/
AsiDeputy Clerk
If you are a person with a
disability who needs any
accommodation in order to
participate in this proceed-
ing, you are entitled, at no
cost to you, to the provision
of certain assistance. Please


contact the Court Adminis-
trator's Office by phone, at 1-
352-374-3639, or in person,
or in writing, at 201 E. Uni-
versity Avenue, Gainesville,
FL 32B01, within 2 working
days of your receipt of this


notice. If you are hearing im-
paired, call 1-800-955-8771,
or if you are voice impaired,
call 1-800-955-8770.
Pub.: Oct. 22, 29, 2009.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 38-2009-CA
S 001161
BILL O'BRY and SHARON
O'BRY, his wife,
.Plaintiffs
vs. .
BRENDA S. CARTER, if
living, but if deceased her
heirs, administrators and as-
signs,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: .
BRENDA S. CARTER
3551 Williams Road.
Clarendon, NC 28432
Heirs, administrators and as-
signs of BREN'DA S. CART-
ER, if deceased Address
Unknown
AS WELL AS any and all
other parties claiming by,
through, under, or against
her, or her heirs, administrar-
tors and assigns, as well as
all parties having or claiming
to have any right, title or in-
terest in the property herein
described.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to quiet title to the
following .property~ in Levy
County, Florida, to-wit:
L~ot 14, Block ''G", CA-
SON S ,INGLIb. ACRES,
UNIT 1, according to the
plat thereof as recorded in
Plat Book 4, Page 41, pub-
lic records of Levy County,
Florida.
TOGETHER WITH and
including that certairi
1984 MANA double-wide
mobile 'home, ID No.
~ 0644278717A4 and B.
(Parcel ~No. 12613-000-
00) .
has been filed against you
and you are required to
serve a copy of your wriit-
ten defenses to it, if any, .on
CHARLOTTE J. WEIDNER,
Plaintiffs' s attorney, whose
address is Post Office Box
1354, Bronson, Florida
32621, on or before
November 27, 2009 and file
~the oridlinal with the Clerk of
this Court either before ser-
vice on Plaintiffs' attorney
or im-mediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded in the Com-
plaint or
Petition.
.Dated this 14th day of Oc-
tober, 2009.
SDANNY J. SHIPP
SClerk of Court
By: Gwen Mc~lroy Is/
Deputy Clerk
Pub.: Oct. 22, 29, Nov. 5,
12, 2009.

IN THE CIRCUIT CURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR LEVY
COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 38-2009-CA4-
001087
U.S. BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION,
Plaintiff,
vs.
BURNICE E. COOK A/K/
A BURNIqE COOK'A/K/A
BURNICE EDWARD COOK;
UNKNOWN. SPOUSE OF
BURNICE E. COOK Al
K/A BURNICE COOK Al
K/A BURN ICE EDWARD
COOK; LATRELLE SNEED;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF LATRELLE SNEED;
CHARLES B. BACON;
UNKN~OWN SPOUSE OF
CHARLES B. BACON; IF
LIVING, INCLUDING ANY
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
SAID DEFENDANTSS, IF
REMARRIED, AND IF DIE-
,CEASED, THE -RESPEC-
TIVE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTERS,
ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS,
LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES,
ANDALLOTHERPERSONS
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST THE


NAMED DEFENDANTSS;
UNKNOWN TENANT #X1;
UNKNOWN TENANT #2;
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
LATRELLE SNEED;
CHARLES B. BACON; IF


'BUSINESS


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Oct. 22, 2009


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LIVING, INCLUDING ANY
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
SAID DEFENDANTSS, IF
REMARRIED, AND IF DE-
CEASED, THE RESPEC-
TIVE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS,
LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES,
ANDALLOTHER PERSONS
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST THE
NAMED DEFENDANTSS;
Whqse residence are/is
unknown.
YOU ARE HEREBY re-
quired to file your answer
or written defenses, if any,
in the above proceeding
with the Clerk of this Court,
and to serve a copy thereof
upon the plaintiff's attorney,
Law Offices of Daniel C.
Coasuegra, 9204 King Palm
Dnive, Tampa, FL 33619-
1328, telephone (813), 915-
8660, facsimile (813) 915-
0559, within thirty days of
the first publication of this
Notice, the nature of this pro-
ceeding being a suit for fore-
closure of mortgage against
the following described prop-
erty, to wit:
LOT 4, BLOCK 5,
WOLF SPRING HILLS,
ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF, AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK
5, PAGE 7, OF THE PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF LEVY
COUNTY 'FLORIDA.
To include a:
2007 Fleetwood
Enterprises, VIN
GAFL607A56171WD21
and 98314271 .
A/K/A
6091 NE 108TH AVENUE
BRONSON, FL 36262
if you fail to file your answer
or written defenses in the
above proceeding, on.plain-
tiff's attorney, a default livill
be entered .against you for
the relief demanded in the
Complaint or Petition.
DATED at LEVY County
this 14th daji of October,
2009.
SClerk of the Circuit Court
By: Gwen McElroy Is/
Deputy Clerk
In accordance with the
American with Disabilities
Act of 1990, persons need-
ing a special accommoda-
tion to participate in this
proceeding should contact
the ASA Coordinator no later
than seven (7) days prior to
the proceedings. If hearing
impaired, please call (800)
955-8771 (TDD) or (800)
955-8770 (voice), via Florida
Relay Service.
Pub.: Oct. 22, 29, 2009.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE 11GHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 38-2009-CA-
000255

CAPITAL CITY BANK, a
Florida banking corporation, ~

Plaintiff,
vs.
JOHN QUINCY ADAMS;
KIMBERLY BETH HA;NS-
SEN flk/a KIMBERLY BETH
ADAMS;, alk/a KIMBER-
LEY BETH HANSSEN;
RYAN THOMAS; BONNIE
JEAN THOMAS;. JIMMY L.
GLADWELL; SiATE OF
FLORIDA; LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA, a political subdi-
vision of the State of Florida,
.Defendants. .
NOTICE OF SALE
TO WHOM IT MAY
CONCERN:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV-
EN that I, DANNY SHIPP,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
the Eighth Judicial Circuit, in
and for LEVY County, Florida,
pursuant to the Summary Fi-
nal Judgment In Foreclosure
entered in the above styled
cause, will sell at public sale
the following described prop-
erty situate in LEVY County,
Florida, to wit:
PARCEL 1
A parcel of land in the
East %/ of the NE %/ of
Section 30, Township 12


South, Range 19 East,
Levy County, Florida, be-
ing more particularly de-
scribed as follows: -
For a Point of Reference
commence at the NW cor-
ner of the E % of the NE% 1
of Section 30-12-19, Levy


County, Florida, thence
S 01" 43' 06" E, along
the West line of said EM 1
of NE %/ 625 feet to the
POB. Thence
S 89. 06' 59" E, 636.11
feet to the Westerly r/w
line of Levy County Road
#568, thence S 14" 26' 30"
E., along said Westerly r-/w
line 1197.86 feet, thence
departing said r/w line N
89. 11' 13" W 900.15 feet
to the West line of said E
1/2 of NE %/4, thence N 01"
43' 06" W 1157.56 feet to
close on the POB.
Parcel I.D. No. 04761-
.00'6-00
AND
PARCEL 2
All that portion of the East
% of the Northeast %/ of
Section 30, Township 12
South, Range 19 East,
lying and. being West of
Seaboard Coast Line Rail-
road right of way, Less the
North 1,782.56 feet there-
of, Levy County, Florida.
Parcel L.D. No. 04761-
000-00
Said sale shall be made
to the highest and best bid-
der, for cash pursuant to the
Summary Final Judgment
entered in the above styled
cause and will be held on
the Courthouse steps of the
LEVY County Courthouse
in Bronson, Florida, on the
16" day of November, 2009,
commencing at the hour of
11:00 A.M.
All interested parties shall
be goirerned accordingly by
this Notice.
DATED this 15c' day of Oc-
tober, 2009.
DAN`NY SHIPP
Clerk of the Court
By: Gwen McElroy Is/
Deputy Clerk
Pub.: Oct. 22, 29, 2009.

CITY OF CEDAR KEY
NOTICE OF
QUASI -JUDICIAL
HEARING
PETITION FOR MINOR
REPLAT
Petition No. 2009-01
Applicant: Richard Gordon
Location: 16552 SW Airport
Rd.
Legal: SEC: 31, TWP: 15,
RNG: 13 31-15-13 TRIAN-
SGULAR TRACT NORTH
OF AIRPORT ROAD IN
GOV'T LOT 2 OR BK
491 PG 47 & OR BK 776
PG 306 & OR BOOK 819
PAGE 957 &( 958 & OR
BOOK 1134 PAGE 760
LESS OR BOOK 770
PAGE 473-476
Tax Parcel:700426-02-00
Notice is hereby given that
a Quasi-Judicial Hearing will
be conducted by the City
Commission, on November
5, 2009, at 6 p.m., or as soon
thereafter as the matter may
be heard, in the City Hall at
490 Second Street, C'edar
Key, Florida to hear antd act
upon a request for a minor
replat in accordance with
the requirements of Section
12.03.00, ,
Chapter 4, Laws: of Cedar
Key. Petitioner, Richard Gor-
don, is requesting a replat of
the above mentioned parcel.
The request 'is to divide the
existing lot into two buildable
lots.
All interested persons, are
urged to attend this Hlear-
ing. Comments may be for-
warded to the City of Cedar
Key, PO Box 339, Cedar
Key, Florida 32625, or bring
them to the office of the City
Clerk at City Hall in Cedar
Keji, Florida.
If any person decides to
appeal the decision of the
Commission acting as, the
Planning Agency with re-
spect to ariy matter consid-
ered at said Quasi-Judicial
Hearing may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made which
includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the Ap-
peal is to be based.
If any accommodations are
needed for persons with dis-
abilities, contact the Clerk's
Office in City Hall at (352)
543-5132.


City of Cedar Key
Cedar Key, Levy County,
Florida
Pub.: Oct. 22, 2009.


LEVY LAND TRANSACTIONS
08/03/09 08/07/09
Transaction Code: AAA-Agree Additional Advances, A-
Assignment, AAD-Assign Agree Deed, ACT-Amended
Certificate of Title, AD-Agree Deed, Al-Assumption of
Indebtedness, AM-Assignment of Mrtg, CD-Correctory
Deed, CT-Certificate of Title, D-Deed, E-Easement, FJDX-
Final Judgment Divorce X, MMA-Mrtg Modify Agreement,
NL-Notice of Limitation, PX-Probate X, QCD-Quit Claim
Deed, TD-Tax Deed; TBRD-Timber Deed, ROWD-Right of
Way Deed, WD-Warranty Deed.
528108 WD 1170 832 $0.00 BDY SW1/435-11-15,
ETC
Grantor: CARTER GLADYS MARIE
Grantees: BERGSMA GARY A, BERGSMAANGELA M
52811'1 D~ 1170 846 $200.00 BDY L4(2) EAST

Srato BARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF
LEVY COUNTY
Grantees: DUNCAN JAMES LOUIS SR, DUNCAN KATIE
MAE
528112 D 1170 847 $200.00 L20(H-4)
JEMLANDS, BDY 29-12-14
Grantor: BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF
LEVY COUNTY
Grantees: DUNCAN JAMES LOUIS SR, DUNCAN,KATIE

5M2 18 WD 1170 862 $20,000.00 L17 DEERE
RIVER EST
Granton WIGGINS JEFF
Grante s: LONG MARK H, LONG ANNETTE M
528119 WD 1170 863 $13,200.00 BDY E1/2 SE1/4
6-14-19, ETC

Gates: EONYES WLDU Bq SR, JONES JEANETTE,
JONES WILLIAM B JR, JONES MICHAEL
528126 QCD 1170 880 $10.00 L8(E) MORGAN
FARMS SD
Grantor : GRANT ROBERT L
Grantees: GRANT SHERRY A, MCGIBNEY BRIAN K
8/05/2009
528139 QCD 1170 904 $0.00 L22, 25(5) RAINBOW
LAKES EST SEC E (MARION COUNTY)
Grantors: MUMPOWER CHARLOTTE, MUMPOWER
LYNN B DECEASED
Grantees: CHARLOTTE MUMPOWER FAMILY TRUST,
MUMPOWER CHARLOTTE E TRUSTEE
528140 WD 1170 905 $65,000.00 BDY PARCEL
15-17 CURTIS DIXON, 3-17-16, W/MH
Grantors: HAYES KRIS A, HAYES MARY C
Grantees: LIGHTSEY JERRY C,LIGHTSEY SANDRA D
528141 QCD 1170 907 $10.00 L11-17 FARMSAT
WILLISOTN INC, W/MH
Grantor: AR`CANGELI Dl"BRA J
Grantee: ARCANGEL1 JOHN 8
528144 WD 1170 910 $10.00 TRACT 485
UNIVERSITY EST, BDY 14-12-17, W/MH
Grantor: MALOTT WALTER E
Grantees: MALOTT WALTER E, MALOTT VERA M,
MALOTT WALTER E JR, WRIGHT SUSAN
528145 QCD 1170 911 $16,132.00 L27, BDY
L28(D) COLFAX CITY, W/MH
Grantor: LEPLEY MYRTLE RUTH
Grantees: SUWANNEE VALLEY HOMES INC, GOLDEN
WEST MFD HSG
528146 Q1CD 1170 913 $27,088.00 L7(5)FANNING'
SPRINGS ANNEX, W/MH
.Grantors: SMITH CHRISTINA, SMITH E\UGENE
Grantees: SUWANNEE VALLEY HOMES INC, GOLDEN
WEST MFD HSG
8/06/2009
528172 QCD 1170 970 $10.00 BDY NW1/4 NE1/4 9-
12-17
Grahtor: RAMOS PABLO M
Grantee: HECTOR MANETT
528173 WD 1170 972 ,$10:00 BDY L1, 3(4)TOWN
OF CHIEFLAND
Grantors: QUINCEY WiOODROW HORACE, QUINCEY
ELIZABETH 'WHEELER
Grantee: WOODROW HORACE QUINCEY TRUST
528174 QCD 1170O 976 $10.00 BDY L8(E) U:S. 19#1
ADD
Grantor: QUINCEY WOODROW HORACE
Grantee: WOODROW HORACE QUINCEY TRUST
528181 QCD 1170 .988 $10.00 ,BDYNW1/4SE1/4
32-10-14,
Grantors: REID ROBERT LEE, REID CYINTHIA SINCLAIR
Grantee: REID ROBEIRT LEE
528183 WD 1'170 992 .$0.00o L10 BAHIAACRES
Grantor: WADE CUSTOM HOMES INC
Granteeds: PI~TTS JOHNATHAN R, PITTS CHRISTINA R
528197 WD 1171 102 $180,000.00 L5-6(23)
WILLISTON HGH #7
Grantors:' DORTA RICHARD DEAN TRUSTEE,
RICHARD DEAN DORTA TRUST
Grantee: SHEARS SHARON
528200 QCD 1171 110 $10.00 L7(70) REPLAT
WILLISTON HGH #5
Grantor: INTER COUNTY REAL ESTATE INC
Grantees: .STAMPS DAVID, STAMPS SHIRLEY
528201 WD 117.1 111 $3,000.00 BDY SE1/4 NW1/4
3-12-17, ETC
Grantor: GUARANTEED HOME REPAIRS INC
Grantee: CUCHET JENNIFER
528202 :Wb 1171 112 $115,000.00 L6(8) B&R #1
Grantor: STEVE SMITH CONSTRUCTION INC
Grantees: BLANCHARD JEROME, BLANCHARD
SABRINA N
528207: D RE-REC 1171 131 $0.00 L5-6(23)
WILLISTON HGH #7
Grantors: DORTA RICHARD DEAN TRUSTEE,RICHARD
DEAN DORTA.TRUST
Grantee: SHEARS SHARON
528210 WD 1171 137 $103,500.00 L10(J) OAK
RIDGE ESTATES #1
Grantor: STEVE SMITH CONSTRUCTION INC
Grantee: WILLIAMS EBONY M
528213 QCD 1171 153 $1.00 BDY NE1/4 SW1/4 36-
11-15
Grantor: MITCHEM WOODROW
Grantee: DOUGHERTY ANNETTE
8/07/2009


528237 WD 1171 196 $0.00 BDY 36 -15 -16
Grantors: WELLS ROBERT M, WELLS RITA FAYE ,
Grantee: OFF ROAD PARKS OF AMERICA LLC
528241 E 1171 208 $35,552.00 L7(C) CASONS
INGLIS ACRES 310
Grantors: YOUNG J BRAD, YOUNG ROSEMARY
Grantee: FLORIDA GAS TRANSMISSION COMPANY
LLC


























































































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1 Oct. 22, 2009 levyjournalonlinecom The County Paper, Est. 1923 The Levy County Journal


Chief land overcomes on Williston senior night

Story and photos by Anna Suggs
Assistant Editor

What started off as Williston's game quickly turned in favor of r~k-
Chiefland. The Red Devils, on an initial high that stemmed from the.
seniors being recognized with their parents before the game, came out ,
strong and determined. /
For almost the entire first game of the varsity volleyball match
Tuesday night against Chiefland, Williston held the lead by about five
points. However, Chiefland began creeping up right around the 20-point
mark. At 24, the teams were tied, and the game was won, 25-27, when
Chiefland's Chrissa Miller served an ace.
For the second match, Williston was able to- bring back a little of`
the momentum that lead them during the beginning of the first game.
The match remained a close call, with the teams either tied or within a
couple points of each other.
The game was tied 21-21; however, Chiefland put the last four points
on the board to continue the winning streak, 25-21.
The third game was a slight redemption for the Lady Red Devils,
who led almost the entire game. Chiefland, losing by about five points
when Williston had 21, was able to catch up and come within four
points of Williston's score of 25.
But Williston held their own and won the third match, 21-25.
The fourth and final' game was arduous for both sides. Willistoo did Williston senior volleyball players were recognized at the matchup against
not seem able to keep the momentum up that they had in the previous Chief land Tuesday night. Back row from left: Julie Fugate. and Mallary Bro-
match. Chiefland led on the scoreboard the entire game and finally won' chetti. Front row from left: Kayla Thorrington and Kalyn Germany.
25-14.
Chiefland High School varsity volleyball head coach Tammy
Arrington said her team got off to a rather slow start, but once the
energy kicked~ in, the team kept it up.
She said there were some moments of confusion, and she wished
the serves could've been better but the momentum kept the team in the
lead.
"The girls were good with using options," she said. They're beginning
to look and use a strategy when passing. "They're starting to think."
Williston High School volleyball head coach Kim Nivala said there
were a number of things the team needed to work on, including: serving,
mental intensity, hustling and covering.
"We came out really flat," Nivala said. "We came out a little
overconfident because we beat them (Chiefland) earlier iri the season
during the preseason classic."
During the first game the girls had good communication that slowly
deteriorated over the next couple games, she said.
Although things could have gone better for the Red Devils' senior
night, Nivala said she will miss her "Baby Group."
Nivala, who' has been with Williston for four years, was just
beginning when the current seniors Julie Fugate, Mallary Brochetti,
Kayla Thorrington and Kalyn Germany were freshmen.
"It's been a good four years," she said. "We've ~had successful Chief land senior Amie Biehi .Williston's Katie Beckham and Julie Fugate go
seitsons. They'll certainly be missed." prepares to set while Chris- up to block a spike by Chiefland's Meagan Mor-
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