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Established 1881


SUMTER COUNTY


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VOLUME 121 NUMBER 44


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TH LURSDAY,


NOVEMBERK 9, ZOU6


Breeden, Gilpin take Sumter seats


AMANDA MIMS
Staff Writer

Sumter County has
returned to an all-Republican
board of county commission-
ers as of Tuesday's election,
when two contenders claimed
total victory over current
County Commission
Chairman Joey Chandler
(NPA) and Vice Chairman Jim
Roberts (NPA).
Roberts and Chandler each
received the least amount of
votes of the three candidates
in the race.
Garry Breeden (R), former
county public works director,
took Roberts' District 4 seat
with 53.93 percent ofthe votes
or 15,959 votes, according to
unofficial results released by
the elections office.
Voter turnout was 61.81 per-
cent. with 30.580 ballots cast of
a total of49,471 registered vot-
ers, according to the unofficial


results.
Gilpin, a Michigan native
who currently works for T and
D Concrete and formerly an
active supporter of the One
Sumter initiative, won the
District 2 seat with 16,264
votes or 54.22 percent
In between congratulations
on Tuesday evening, Breeden
took time to talk to the media
about his win.
"Somebody asked me this
morning if I was nervous
about losing, and I said, 'No,
I'm nervous about winning,"'
he said.
"We've met so many good
people all over Sumter County
in the (campaign) process...
"We've got a tremendous


amount of resources here in
the county to work with," he
said.
"We've got an interesting
four years coming up in
Sumter County."
Once he gets in office,
Breeden said first he wants to
become familiar with current
county business and projects.
"It's going to take some time.
and some effort to do that. I'm
not going in with any agenda."
Gilpin, who was not at the
Bushnell elections office
Tuesday evening, was unavail-
able for comment.
With heavy support from
individuals and businesses
around The Villages area and
outside the Sumter County,


Gilpin and Breeden drew in
record amounts of campaign
contributions during the elec-
tion season.
Breeden had a total of more
than $61,000 in campaign con-
tributions, the majority of
which came from contributors
with addresses outside his
district, and Gilpin more than
$94,000.
Roberts, a high school histo-
ry teacher, financed his own
campaign. Chandler is serving
his 12th year on the board and
received about $7,100.
As election results came in,
Roberts, who has served on
the board for seven years, said
he wasn't nervous about the
results.
"I'll either serve the people
four more years or I get my
freedom back Either way, we
win."
Roberts said he and

Please see ELECTION, Page 2


AMANDA MIMS/Sumter County Times
T and D Concrete owner Terry Yoder, front, talks to Garry
Breeden (back, right) at the Sumter County Supervisor of
Elections office Tuesday evening. Breeden (R), Bushnell, beat
Jim Roberts for the District 4 County Commission seat.


STUDENTS CELEBRATE THE SEASON Woman
arrested


Sin knife


cis attacks
S..e -AMANDA MIMS
Staff Writer


Youngsters at Bushnell Elementary School celebrate Halloween with costumes, parties and a morning parade.


Veterans Day ceremony set


The annual Veterans Day
Ceremony, sponsored by the
Florida National Cemetery
Joint Veterans Committee
(JVC), will be at 11 a.m.
Saturday, Nov. 11, at the
Florida National Cemetery in
Bushnell.
Jim Sursely, former
National Commander of the
1.3 million-member Disabled
American Veterans (DAV) at
the organization's 83rd DAV
and Auxiliary National
Convention at Reno, Nevada,
in 2004, will be the guest
speaker
A native of Rochester,
Minn., Sursely enlisted in the
U.S. Army in 1966. He volun-
teered for duty in Vietnam in
1968 and was assigned to the
American Division's 17th
Armored Cavalry. During a
complex mission in January
of 1969, he stepped on an
enemy land mine. His wounds
resulted in the loss of his legs
above the knee and his left
arm above the elbow.
Following emergency helicop-
ter evacuation to the 95th
Evacuation. Hospital at Da
Nang, hospitalization in
Japan, and extensive recuper-
ation at Fitzsimons Army
SMedical Center in Colorado,
he was medically discharged.


flags donated to the cemetery
-by the next of kin of deceased
The annual Veterans veterans, will be displayed
Day Ceremony, along the cemetery roadways.
These flags were draped over
sponsored by the the caskets or cremation urns
Florida National of veterans during the com-
Cemetey Jint mittal services held at the
Cemetery Joint cemetery.
Veterans Committee Guests are invited to arrive
(JVC), 11 a.m. early and enjoy the patriotic
Satu y Nv. 1, and inspirational musical
Saturday, Nov. 11, prelude, which will begin
at the Florida prior to the Veterans Day
National Cemetery Ceremony. The South Sumter
High School Band and singers
in Bushnell. Linda Burnette and Sheriff
Bill Farmer will perform dur-
ing the ceremony. VFW mem-
A life member of DAV bers Garfield Jones and Gayle
Chapter 16, Orlando, Sursely Williams will perform "Taps."
served on various chapter The Florida National Guard
executive committees. will do the gun salute.
Following his year as DAV The Joint Veterans
National Commander, Sursely Committee and the Florida
was elected chairman of the National Cemetery extend an
DAV Board of Directors at the invitation to all veterans'
organization's 2003 National organizations and the general
Convention in Las Vegas, Nev. public. Take this opportunity
He was honored as the DAV to attend the ceremony and
Outstanding Disabled Veteran show your appreciation to the
of the Year for 1993 and men and women who have
received the DAV Freedom given so much to protect and
Award at the 2001 National serve our great nation.
Disabled Veterans Winter Organizations with colors are
Sports Clinic. invited to participate in the
The Avenue of Flags, con-
sisting of approximately 400 Please see SERVICE, Page 2


File photo by Amanda Mims
In all, more than 70,000 veterans and eligible family members
are buried at the Florida National Cemetery, where the annual
Veterans Day Ceremony is scheduled. The grounds cover more
than 500 acres in the Withlacoochee State Forest outside of
Bushnell.


A 19-year-old Ot'ord
woman was arrested last
week, accused of stabbiig
another woman and a maii
with a 6-inch steak knife fol-
lowing a verbal dispute over
money.
Shayla Perry. 2764 C.R. 214,
was arrested on two counts of
aggravated battery with a
deadly \weapon. according to
Sumter Sheriff's Office
records. She was held at.
Sumter County Detention
Center on a bond of $10,000.
Her companion, Carlos
Aguirre. 39. was also arrested,
charged with battery for
alleged acts that occurred
during the same incident.

Please see ARREST, Page 2

Wastewater

proposal

delayed

BOB REICHMAN
Editor

Plans for a wastewater
spreading operation near
Bushnell were delayed
recently when county staff
requested more information
about the project.
The Sumter County Zoning
and Adjustment Board was
scheduled to consider an
application for the project on
Mondanight. However, the
issue Ws tabled until the
applica, John-~4ed' Biggs,

Pl e see D AY, Page 2

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Voter turnout was 61.81 percent, with 30,580
ballots cast. Both incumbent county
commissioners were defeated.


50 CENTS
INSIDE
Calendar .............12
Church ...............7
Obituaries ............6
Police Report ..........3
Tidbits .............. 11


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PAGE 2, SUMTER COUNTY (FL) TIMES, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2006



1960s jet crash victim remembered by brother


BRENDA LOCKLEAR
Staff Writer

Perry Guthrie was a school-
teacher in Jacksonville when
his brother, a captain in the
United States Air Force, was
killed piloting an F4C
Phantom over Bushnell in
1968.
Capt Marvin Guthrie, Jr. and
First Lt Calvin Sticher were
on board, Guthrie in control.
The plane reportedly creat-
ed a 15-foot crater, where it
burned for hours, with only a
wing to indicate it had been a
plane.
Witnesses said the plane was
flying side-by-side with a sec-
ond .aircraft when it went
down. They had been on their
way back to base after routine
training.
The impact was so intense
that the crash sent jet craft
parts and fuel across a 10-acre
span of land.
Witnesses who lived nearby
said the crash blew out win-


dows and.shattered light fix-
tures in nearby homes.
The younger Guthrie taught
special education and then
psychology, eventually going
on to get his master's degree -
and is still trying to find some
closure from his brother's
death.
While the story is familiar to
residents who have been
around for years, who the pilot
was isn't
Guthrie was in the seventh
graduating class of the United
States Air Force Academy
Capt Guthrie was valedicto-
rian of his graduating class at
Franklin Simpson County
High School in Franklin, Ky.
He graduated from the U.S.
Air Force in 1965 and complet-
ed his pilot training at Moody
in Valdosta, Ga.
He was one of 12 pilots in the
Walleyed Project a project of
specially-trained pilots for
specific work in Vietnam.
Guthrie said he and his
older brother had a typical sib-
ling relationship sometimes


Witnesses said the plane was flying side-by-side
with a second aircraft when it went down. They
had been on their way back to base after
routine training.


they got along, sometimes they
didn't
He said his older brother
was the typical first-born child
- very driven, making straight
As and always striving to suc-
ceed.
He was six feet, four inches
tall and anathlete, excelling at
sports.
The younger Guthrie
remembers heading to
Colorado Springs where his
family attended an Academy
Gala.
He recalls it as a fond mem-
ory in a small town, where the
snow was coming down and
they attended formal dinners.
"My father was a farmer and
worked for Pet Milk Company,"


Country music fundraiser held at fairgrounds


he said of Marvin Guthrie, Sr.
Remembering some of their
youth, the younger Guthrie
said he and his brother shared
a paper route. They would
head out at 5 a.m.
In the winter it was bitter
cold and one day his brother
was driving their scooter and
fell asleep.
They crashed.
The elder Guthrie sang in
the Protestant Choir and was
in the chorale, traveling and
performing all over, including
the Ed Sullivan Show.
He was very self-disciplined
and very driven a perfection-
ist.
"He would watch one TV
show during the week and that
was The Untouchables."
His parents believed in hard
work and his mother, Dollie,


was a nurse.
The younger Guthrie plans
to come to Bushnell and
search the ground with a metal
detector, looking for other
things that might have
belonged to his brother.
Gary Marriage, the current
landowner of the site, contact-
ed MacDill Air Force Base
back in 1998 regarding items
he found on the site. The Air
Force did a search then,
retrieving bones and testing
them to verify whether or not
they were human. Tests indi-
cated they were not, according
to those reports.
Marriage also found the top
of a Zippo cigarette lighter and
kicked it through the field.
Later, he was plowing and
saw the bottom half. It had
"45th squadron" engraved on
it.
Guthrie said his wife point-
ed out an irony in finding the
lighter.
He used to collect lighters as
a boy. Now his son collects
them.
"Here was this symbol of a
cigarette lighter"


Capt. Marvin Guthrie, Jr.


On Saturday, Oct. 28, Mid
Florida Community Services,
Inc. held a fundraiser to support
its RSVP (Retired and Senior
Volunteer Program). The pro-
gram. is comprised of volunteers
over 55 who use their life expe-
riences and skills to benefit non-
profit organizations all over


DELAY

continued from Page 1

of Clermont, can provide
additional information.
The application has been
rescheduled for considera-
tion at the Nov. 20 board meet-
ing. The meeting begins at
6:30 p.m. on the third floor of
the Sumter County Court-
house.


SERVICE

continued from Page 1

massing of colors at the begin-
ning of the ceremony.
Veterans' organizations
should arrive by 9:30 a.m. on
the day of the ceremony.
Directions to the cemetery:
Take 1-75 to exit 309 (Webster),
turning right and head west


ELECTION

continued from Page 1

Chandler ran their campaigns
the way they wanted to.
Earlier, Chandler said he
spent the day greeting voters
in The Villages while about 50
family members and friends
helped him campaign around
the county.
Only half of the county com-
mission candidates waited at
the Sumter County
Supervisor of Elections office
in Bushnell for results on
election night. 'Miranda
Skipper (D) and Ronald Allen
(D), who also ran against
Roberts and Chandler, respec-
tively, were not there.
Skipper, a 22-year-old nurs-
ing student and reportedly the
daughter of a Rinker mine
employee, received $8,550 in
campaign funds, mainly from
mining-related contributors.
Skipper, who did not return
messages left by the Times
seeking interviews during the
election season, had been crit-
icized by members of county
Democratic organizations,
who questioned her inten-
tions and campaign contribu-
tions. Skipper also did not
attend political functions or
rallies.


Lake and Sumter Counties.
The lineup of entertainment
included Lee Ann Noel and The
Point Blank Band; Jerry Byrd,
Judy K and the New River Band.
Food, music, dance contests and
prizes rounded out the good
time.
One of the event's several


Biggs is proposing to spread
the wastewater on about 385
acres of land owned by Robert
Lamar Hall Jr. The land is at
8878 U.S. 301 and zoned for
agricultural uses.
"The plan is to accept high-
ly processed Class B residuals
from municipal utilities and
Regional Material Facilities
(RMFs) in liquid and/or cake
form," according to a letter
filed with Biggs' application.
The site is ideal.because of
its easy access to U.S. 301 and


approximately one mile to the
cemetery entrance, which will
.be on your left. Seating is lim-
ited.
Those attending are encour-
aged to arrive early, wear
comfortable clothing and
bring a lawn chair or blanket.
to sit on.
Special parking is available
for those with wheelchairs
and scooters at Shelter B.
Parking is also available for
the physically disabled near


Allen, a Wildwood City
Commissioner who owns a
landscaping company in
northern -Sumter County,
received $6,750. Allen
received 7,873 votes, or 26.25
percent, over 2,000 more than
Chandler's 5,861 vots (19.54
percent).
Skipper received 6,997
votes, or 23.65 percent, com-
pared to Roberts' 6,634 (22.42
percent).
Roberts and Chandler, for-


sponsors, Cindy Chevrolet, had
vehicles on display at the func-
tion.
Mid Florida Community
Services, Inc. also provides low-
income energy assistance and
USDA commodity distribution
along with other services to
local residents.


because of its remote loca-
tion, the letter states.
Trucks would be delivering
the material Mondays through
Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
and on Saturdays from 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m., according to the. let-
ter.
While Biggs considers the
location remote, some proper-
ty owners near the proposed
site have filed letters with the
county opposing the project
based on health, odor, water -
and traffic concerns.


the ceremony site. Parking
attendants will be assisting
attendees upon arrival at the
cemetery. The Florida
National Cemetery's Public
Information Center (PIC) will
be open on Veterans Day from
8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Cemetery
representatives will be on
duty to assist visitors.
For more information, call
the cemetery office at 793-
7740 between 8 a.m. and 4:30
p.m. Monday through Friday.


mer Republicans, both said
they made the change in July
to no party affiliation to cir-
cumvent a political tactic
being used by supporters of
One Sumter and management
of The Villages to oust the two
from office by throwing sup-
port to Gilpin and Breeden.
The change allowed the two
incumbents to face their
Republican opponents in the
general election instead of the
primary.


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START-
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10:00 am til ? 522 N. Market Blvd.
SWebster
Donation: $10 :.inside Webster Flea Market Off CR 471)


Half of all registrationrfees'.
will be given as LIVE BAND
FIRST PRIZE


All proceeds to benefit
the .i- :

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GOOD FOOD

STRANGE PEOPLE


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5260 S. US Hwy 301
Bushnell
(If you think you've gone too far...
you only have a mile to go.)
Hot Dog &
Hamburger Plates $5


ARREST

continued from Page 1

He was held at the deten-
tion center on a $500 bond.
According to sheriff's Lt.
Bobby Caruthers, the Nov. 3
incident started around 7:30
p.m., when the female victim
was removing belongings
from a home next to Perry's.
According to the victim's
account, "she was inside the
residence packing clothes:
when Shayla entered and
started an argument," he said.
"She said the argument was
over money."
Perry allegedly "pushed her
with open palms" and the vic-
tim attempted to back away
from her and then tried to
control Perry by holding her
on the couch.
According to witness
accounts, Perry was then told


her baby was crying and she
left, Caruthers said.
Minutes later while the vic-
tim was packing clothes, she
saw Perry with "what
appeared to be a steak knife
in her right hand.
"She stabbed her in the
back under her right shoulder
in an over-the-head manner,"
he said.
As she tried to push Perry
out the front door, Perry
allegedly stabbed her in two
places to the right of her right
knee, he said.
Meanwhile a man waiting
outside, who said he was at
the residence to help the vic-
tim collect her belongings,
was approached by Aguirre.
After a brief argument,
Aguirre allegedly "piilnchied
him (the male victim) in the
mouth with a closed fist,"
Caruthers said.
The tussle was broken up by
Perry, who allegedly came out
of the home and said, "I just


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stuck her with a knife,";
according to Caruthers.
"He (the male victim) then:
headed toward his trunk
when he felt a pain in his right:
bicep," apparently inflicted:
by Perry and her steak knife.
The two victims told their:
story at the Wildwood Police:
Department, where they met;
with a sheriff's deputy.
The woman had two. cuts:
approximately one inch long;
and a deep cut below her right
shoulder two inches long,
according to Caruthers.
The man had a cut on his
right arm approximately two
inches long and another cut
directly below it approximate-
ly 1.5 inches long.
Neither victim was serious-
ly injured.
Following interviews with
the victims and another wit-
ness, police arrested Perry
and Aguirre at Perry's home
without incident, Caruthers
said.


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SUMMER COUNTY (FL) TIMES, THURSDAY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2006, PAGE 3



County supports bonds for cement plant


AMANDA MIMS
Staff Writer

County commissioners put
their stamp of approval on
industrial development rev-
enue bonds for American.
Cement Company with a
unanimous vote Monday.
According to county
records, the maximum bond
amount to be issued for con-


struction of the Sumterville
Portland cement plant is $18
million and the proposed
budget for the cement plant
project is $165 million.
A recycling portion of the
plant "is the only part of this
project that can be financed
with industrial revenue
bonds," said County Attorney
Randall Thornton.
"Of course they have to
show that it's an economic


benefit to the county."
According to Thornton, the
local governing board must
issue a resolution approving
the bonds before any funds
can be allocated.
With revenue bonds, debt is
,payable from the revenue
generated from the operation
of the project being financed.
"You're not going to issue
them (the bonds), they're not
going to be guaranteed by the


county or the public or the
state," Thornton told the
board.
"The only thing that the
bond holders can look to is the
revenue from the facility ... so
if they don't pay the bonds, its
not on the county, it's not on
the Industrial Development
Authority or the state of
Florida," Thornton said.
Examples of past revenue
bonds Thornton cited include


those for the Robbins
Manufacturing plant in
Tarrytown, two bond issues
for the utility systems of The
Villages and bond issues for a
Wildwood nursing home,
Global Tire and Great
Southern Wood.
The county approved the
American Cement Company
project in August 2005 with a
3-to-2 vote.
Commissioners Michael


Francis, Joey Chandler and
Richard Hoffman approved a
request for a conditional use
permit allowing construction
of a cement plant on 46 acres.
Commissioners Jim Roberts
and Randy Mask voted in
opposition.
The property considered for
the project is part of 1,294-
acre mine near the Coleman
Federal Correctional
Complex off County Road 470.


AMANDA MIMS/Sumter County Times
Margie Tinney (second from front), program manager of The
Center for Osteoporosis, administers a bone density test to 84-
year-old Opal Smith, Lake Panasoffkee.


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Tuesday, Oct. 31
Melinda Decker, 43, Lake'
Panasoffkee, was arrested for
grand theft Bond was set at
$5,000.
David Wilson, 48, Wildwood,
was arrested for a Polk County
warrant. No bond was set.
Walter Wolfe, 55, Center
Hill, was arrested for uttering
a forged instrument and pos-
session of a weapon by a con-
victed felon. Bond was set at
$3,000.
Royce Medlock, 68, Webster,
was arrested for battery and
criminal mischief. Bond was
set at $1,000.
Bobby Freeman, 42, was
arrested for violation of pro-
bation. No bond was set.
Patrick Driggers, 26,
Wildwood, was arrested for a
Lake County warrant. Bond
was set at $1,000.
Wednesday, Nov. 1
Brodie Wilder, 35, Bushnell,
was arrested for grand theft.
Bond was set at $10,000.
George Williams, 65,
Bushnell, was arrested for
battery on a law enforcement
officer and resisting arrest
with violence. Bond was set at


Police REPORT


$10,000.
Thomas Gough, 19,
Bushnell, was arrested for
aggravated assault with a
deadly weapon. Bond was set
at $7,000.
Mohammed McDonald, 26,
Wildwood, was arrested for
violation of probation and
possession of cocaine with
intent to sell. No bond was set.
Ronalette Walker, 21,
Wildwood, was arrested for
violation of probation and
possession of cocaine with
intent to sell. No bond was set.
Vontrelle Edwards, 19,
Wildwood, was arrested for
violation of probation. No
bond was set.
Julian Patterson, 27, Oxford,
was arrested for trafficking
cocaine. Bond was set at
$10,000.
Allen West, 38, Lake
Panasoffkee, was arrested for
boating under the influence.
Bond was set at $10,000.
Eric Hill, 35, Webster, was
arrested for possession of
crack cocaine and tampering
with evidence. Bond was set
at $2,500.
Robert Leonard, 43,


Bushnell, was arrested for
aggravated domestic battery,
domestic battery and criminal
mischief No bond was set.
Mary Vaughn, 52, The
Villages, was arrested for driv-
ing under the influence and
leaving the scene of a crash
with property damage. Bond
was set at $750.
Thursday, Nov. 2
Robert Parsons,
Sumterville, was arrested for
domestic battery and seven
counts of violation of proba-
tion. No bond was set.
Allen West, 38, Lake
Panasoffkee, was arrested for
violation of probation. No
bond was set.
Maged Nasheiwat, 37, was
arrested for domestic battery.
No bond was set.
Friday, Nov. 3
Joshua Dobson, 21, Webster,
was arrested for driving while
license suspended and driv-
ing under the influence. Bond
was set at $11,000.
Crayle Reed, 53, Oxford,
was arrested for obtaining
property by means of worth-
less check Bond was set at
$5,000.


Saturday, Nov. 4
Stanley Haybron, 34, Lake
Panasoffkee, was arrested for
violation of probation. No
bond was set
Carlos Aquirre, 39, Oxford,
was arrested for battery. Bond
was set at $500.
Shayla Percy, 19, Oxford,
was arrested for aggravated
battery with a deadly weapon.
Bond was set at $10,000.
Jerald Collins, 54,
Wildwood, was arrested for
grand theft. Bond was set at
$2,000.
Sunday, Nov. 5
William Jefferson III, 56,
Wildwood, was arrested for
domestic battery. No bond
was set
Caster DeLacruz-Garcia, 21,
Sumterville, was arrested for
driving under the influence
and nonOvalid driver's
license. Bond was set at $750.
Alejandro Caravajal-Diaz,
22, Bushnell, was arrested for
non-valid driver's license.
Bond was set at $150.
Louise Pappas, 49,
Wildwood, was arrested for
disorderly intoxication. Bond
was set at $150.


Health event otters Doggie dining to be considered by Commission


advice to seniors


AMANDA MIMS
Staff Writer

You'd better take your calci-
um.
. That's some of the familiar
advice health care workers
Were giving last Thursday at
the Lake Panasoffkee
Community Center, where a
Health Assessment Day was
held to assist area seniors.
? The event included bone
density testing and diabetes
education, and representatives
from various agencies offered
information about Medicare,
social security and legal servic-
es.
During the few hours of the
event, more than 20 people
took turns with the free bone
density tests, which help doc-
tors and patients to determine
degrees of bone loss with
aging.
According to Margie Tinny,
program manager for The
Center for Osteoporosis, the
short and pain-free tests usual-


ly cost about $50.
"I haven't ever thought about
it (being tested)," said Barbara
Rich, who sat for the test along
with several family members.
"Hey, it's good to have."
Patients who took the test
left with a printed report of the
results and a better under-
standing of their individual
calcium and exercise needs.
"Then, they (patients) have
something they can take to
their physicians," said
Kathleen Morgan, elder pro-
grams coordinator for the
Suwannee River Area Health
Education Center.
And in another corner of the
community center, SHINE
(Serving Health Insurance
Needs of Elders) program vol-
unteer Betty Cunningham
helped a few seniors better
understand Medicare Part D.
"We counsel people who are
on Medicare or are going on
Medicare," Cunningham said,
adding most questions at pres-
ent involve the prescription
drug program.


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The next time you want to
give Fido a special food treat,
you may be able to do it at a
local restaurant.
The County Commission
next weeks scheduled to con-


sider passing an ordinance
that would allow dog owners
to take their pets with them to
local restaurants.
That doesn't mean that
there will be a place for Fido
at the table, but it does mean
he'd be able to eat outdoors
with you ifirestaurants want to
go along with the idea.


The ordinance will be con-
sidered by the board on
Tuesday, Nov. 14.
The meeting begins at 5 p.m.
in County Commission
Chambers on the second floor
of the Sumter County
Courthouse in Bushnell.
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would mean that the County


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THE VOICE OF SUMTER COUNTY SINCE 1881

The editorial opinion expressed in the Sumter County T7mes is the opinion
of the news staff of this newspaper

Publisher..................................... Gerry Mulligan
Editor..............................................Bob Reichman
General Manager.............................Tricia Marks

204 E. McCollum Ave.
Bushnell, FL 33513
Member Florida Press Association




Our VOICE



The American way?


I've had it with both political
parties. I've had more than my
fill of all the negative and nasty
campaign advertising. I'm sick of
the half-truths, outright
lies and innuendos. -"
It's absolutely amazing
how competent candi-
dates can be made over
into demons and mon-
sters.
I'm delighted that the
election season has :
ended. I'm more than
relieved that the candi-
date commercials are
gone from television. All B
those horrible candi- RE'c
dates that are out to
destroy you and me and
send us to the poorhouse if we,
dare vote for them.
From some of the commercials
and advertisements you see, you'd
think most candidates should be
running campaigns from their jail
cells.
Boy, do we Americans know how
to go through an election process
or what?
It seems sort of fitting that it
always happens around
Halloween time. I think
Halloween and the elections
should all be rolled into one great
event. After all, they do share lots
of the same scary traits.
What a great message we pass on
to our children about how we
select the leaders of our state and
country. What great examples we
set. How dignified and honorable
our election process has become.
In a few more years, given our
penchant for negative advertising
and outright obnoxious campaign
strategies, I think we should cut
through all the negative hype and


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DANIEL ROHAN
Times Correspondent
The elections are over and it is time to
move on. I did not write a special elec-
tion column for two reasons: Only two
newspapers publish the column on
Election Day, and I do not write political
columns, nor do I choose to at this time.
Someone has already asked for senior
assistance concerning the first renewal
of Part D of Medicare. The reader is a
Floridian, so the state health insurance
assistance program for elder Floridians
is called SHINE, Serving Health
Insurance Needs of Elders. It provides
educational materials and free, unbi-
ased insurance counseling to Florida
elders, care givers and family members.
Its goal is to help elders understand and
receive the health insurance coverage
they need through Medicare, Medicaid,
Prescription Assistance, Long-Term Care
Planning and Insurance and other
health-care issues.
You may contact SHINE by telephone
or e-mail. Try visiting its Web page at
http ://elderaffairs
.state.fl.us/english/shine .html. Feel free
to call the Elder Help line at (800)
96ELDER or (800) 963-5337, or e-mail
SHINE at information@elderaffairs.org.
I hope that it will clarify many of your
questions and that you find useful infor-
mation pertaining to any information
and resources that you may need.
I cannot believe the response to our
attempt to use acronyms only. Hence, I'm
giving you more words of information,
translation and occasional opinion.
Kindly understand, I believe that it will


be of help, but ultimately it will be up to
editors.
Remember, your Part D open-enroll-
ment period will be from Nov. 15 to Dec.
31, 2006. You have the option of keeping
your same plan, changing your plan or
opting out Nationwide, your insurers
have, seemingly, raised their rates as I
predicted. They have added plans
approved by the government, despite the
government's indication that to prevent
the confusion of 2005, it has not. More
confusion to follow. So what's new?
I also told you that the larger the plan
the less of a premium raise, but indeed
an increase. UnitedHealthcare, the mon-
ster HMO plans from Minnesota, became
the largest Part D insurer and has some
of the lowest amount of premium
increases. Note, folks, I did not endorse
plans last year (publicly) and I shall not
do so this year. The point is simple: The
more play an insurer has, the more prof-
it it will make, and it can work at a lower
increase of premium, especially such
plans as Stand Alone Prescription Drug
Plans, so the better for keeping its "loss
ratio" in line.
Rate increases run from less than 1
percent to more than 100 percent,
depending on your plan and
regional/geographical area. This is in
addition to your 2007 government
imposed deductible of $265, coverage
limitation to $2,400 and Out of Pocket
Amount of $3,850.
Send questions and comments to
"SeniorAdvocate," 1624 N. Meadowcrest
Blvd., Crystal River FL 34429 or e-mail:
danrohan@atlantic.net


just allow people to start bashing
candidates over the head with
clubs until there is only one sur-
vivor. That survivor would then be
elected to office.
" Doesn't seem like. that
would be much of a
stretch from what's hap-
pening now.
I'm not saying that all
the blame lies with the
ad producers. We voters
have.to share a substan-
tial amount of criticism
for perpetuating all this
junk
oB Studies show that neg-
HMAN ative advertising works.
SDamage your opponent's
credibility and you've got
it made. Attack him with half-
truths and distorted facts and you
are more likely to win.
Yep, what a great example we set
for our youngsters. How proud
they must be to watch this glorious
election process with all the
apparent cheats, liars and
swindlers seeking office.
If we're going to keep this up, the
least we could do is better prepare
our children. We need to let the
kids know in their government
classes that the way you win an
election is by manipulation of
facts, negative criticism, distor-
tions, lies and nasty allegations.
Don't waste your time on accura-
cy, courtesy and honor apparent-
ly, that's just not the American way.
There was a time when I cast a
pathetic glance at people who said
they aren't going to vote because
all politicians are corrupt I found
that statement to be a naive and
lazy defense. But given the ads you
see ... maybe they're not so far off
the mark, after all.


BEYOND SUMTER


Lake Panasoffkee Elementary School
October Students of the Month were:
Naomi Alvarez and Ayla Freeman for
Pre-K; Travis Parish, Chloe Pitts,
Clayton Holland, Kellie Knight, Tyler
Keye in kindergarten; William
Schrieber, Dylan Warner, Devin
Brothers, Isabella Olivares, Gerardo
Naranjo for first grade; Austin
Holland, Alissa Carneglia, Alex Smith,
Garrett Saunders for second grade;
Alexis Kimball, Devin ZaGrocki,
Kendall Clark, Kaley Martin and
Matthew Oden for third grade; Nathan
Arnold, Ashley Grady, Desyree
Reynolds, Taylor Hufford for fourth
grade; Jonathon Saunders, Melissa
Dinkins, Garrett Cave and Adriana
Resendiz
for fifth grade.


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hYour 'VOCE


Opposed to
taxing units
The Sumter County Board of
County Commissioners will soon be
considering an issue in which there
seems to be little consensus, relat-
ing to ad valorum taxation for the
purpose of funding the Villages
Fire District and the Sumter
County Fire Rescue. This issue is
called a Municipal Service Taxing
Unit (MSTU). An MSTU would be a
separate line item on your annual
tax bill in addition to the fire
assessment you now pay.
Currently, both of the above-men-
tioned fire departments receive
their funding from fire assessment
in your tax bill, along with transfers
made to those departments from
the county general fund. The
MSTU is being considered suppos-
edly because it simplifies and
streamlines the current fire assess-
ment process. Additionally, the
MSTU must be returned to the dis-
trict in which it is collected.
Therefore, returning the largest
portion of the new tax to the
Villages District. In the past, the
BOCC allocated funds to the vari-
ous fire stations throughout the
county based on need and to try to
equalize the quality of the services
to all stations within the county.
To allocate more money to cer-
tain stations throughout the county
simply because of where the new
tax is collected creates two levels of
services with in the county.
None of us should be exposed to
lengthy response times, faulty or
inadequate equipment, or different
levels of expertise of personnel
because of where we reside. Fire
Rescue Services should be provid-
ed equally across the entire county,
based on'the level of funds avail-
able to provide those services.
MSTU increases the County
Commissioners' ability to tax,
granting them the right to go
beyond the current 10 mil cap. The
new MSTU taxes vacant land,
which the county has never taxed
before. By creating an MSTU, the
Board of County Commissioners is
creating two classes of citizens,
those who "have" and those who
"have not." It should be the
Commission's responsibility to gov-
ern and provide services in a con-
sistent and equal basis for all citi-
zens. If the Villages desire
enhanced fire services, then their
community development district
boards have the ability to assess for
these services.
It is for this reason that I strongly
encourage you to contact the mem-
bers of the Sumter County Board of
County Commissioners and tell
them that you oppose the creation
of Municipal Service Taxing Units
for Fire Rescue Services.
Joseph P. Strickland
Mayor, City ofBushnell


Political power and
support of Sumter
I am weary at the petty squabble
between what some call the North
End and what some call the South'
End of the county. I suggest that all
examine the tax collection rolls
and stop the petty sniping at those
that are paying a great amount of
the county expenses.
I have witnessed the impact of
progress two times before coming
to Sumter County 18 years ago. One
was the Martin Plant advent, and
the second was Disney.
We can see now that progress
arrived in Sumter County some-
time in the early 1990s. If you can-
not accommodate this progress,
you had best readjust your desires,
because it will run right over the
top of you. The homeowners in the
Villages are benefiting from their
lifelong earnings and deserve to be
allowed to do so without all the
petty sniping.
I cite you as example:
I am a 40-year Little League sup-
porter, I also umpired games here
in Sumter for the Dixie League. I
was asked to umpire a game in
Webster Upon arriving at the park,
I found there was no one from
Webster, or anywhere else willing
to help umpire the game. This
brought about my:having:to do the
plate as well as the bases. At my
position behind the plate, due to
the conditions of the field, I was not
able to even see first base. There is
a great amount of help needed by
those in a community to help them-
selves first, and then be available to
participate in helping others when
the need arises.
The effort to improve the park
facilities in Webster has been going
on for at least 10 years. Recently, I
ventured to Webster and looked at
the facility and could see it is con-
tinually needing attention.
Noticing a placard hanging on the
back stop, the notation read it was
donated by the Morris Family.
Mr. Swofford criticized the sup-
port of their facility with previous
letters. I, myself, criticized Mr.
Swofford by 8 a.m. the morning his
letter first appeared in the local
papers with this characterization,
and I quote, "You shot yourself in
the foot Larry."
I had thought of, and started talk-
ing to several organizations before
his letter appeared. I was going to
solicit contributions. Ninety per-
cent or more of those organizations
were associated with the Villages.
Ultimately, I determined that it was
not the time to solicit aid from
those that were being criticized
publicly.
When seeking help, you don't
kick the butt of those you want help
from.
JackP. Bratton
Bushnell


Need answer to
transport problem
I work in.a chronic care medical
facility.
A lot of our patients come to us by
public transport, not because thej
want to, but because they have no
choice.
Most of them are elderly, and are
not able to drive. Most of them have
to have help with normal everyday
living activities.
The few that are younger, also
have problems that they need help
with, and if they can drive most
can't afford the gas to come back
and forth.
These patients are here several
times a week and almost always
have to wait, sometimes up to two
to three hours for their transporta-
tion. We always get an attitude
when we call for pickup. Most of
the time they can't or won't give us
a time that they will be picked up.
The powers that be need to think
of the patients that are coming off a
procedure that takes several hours
to complete and then have to sit
and wait for hours for transport
These patients are not in good
health to start with and this just
makes.it worse for them.
These patients, may be one ,of
your. family, members;: someone
that you care about. Would you
want them to be sitting here for
hours?
It is more likely that you would
want them to come out of their pro-
cedure and be able to get on their
bus and go home in a reasonable
time frame. We would really like
this for our patients. It is only fair
I realize that there can be prob-
lems with traffic, wrecks, etc., but
this is an everyday occurrence.
Please can't something be done
to make it easier on our patients?
This concerns both Lake and
Sumter county transit systems.
We need some better answers.
Ann Daughtr
Webster
Expressing
thanks
The family of Robert "Geraldc'
Hatcher would like to express out
sincere appreciation to the many
friends that displayed kindness t6
our family during the recent pass-
ing away of our son and brother,
Gerald.
The food, flowers, visits, phone
calls, but most of all, the prayers
that have carried us through thif
difficult time, and will continue t)
carry us until we meet Geralol
again, are much appreciated.
Thank you,
Josephine Hatcher, Louis
Hatcher, Patti Peavy, Barbar~
Sebekow, Linda Tilman and
Angie Cole


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District sets Citrus, Levy and Sumter County lake levels


SThe Southwest Florida Water
:Management District's
$Governing Board approved min-
limum and guidance levels for 11
flakes in Citrus, Levy and Sumter
counties.
S Once approved, these levels
will become part of the Florida
4Administrative Code and the
'District's rules and will be used


as guidelines in District permit-
ting programs, for development
of water resource projects, as
information for development
bordering lakes and in the man-
agement of water control struc-
tures.
The lakes include Fort Cooper
Lake, Lake Marion, Lake
Panasoffkee, Lake Deaton, Lake


Currently, water levels for most of the 11 lakes
are below the adopted minimum levels.


Okahumpka, Lake Miona, Black
Lake, Big Gant Lake and the
Floral City, Hernando and


Inverness pools of Tsala Apopka
Lake.
A minimum level is the limit


at which further water with-
drawals will cause significant
harm to the water resources
and/or environment. The
District Governing Board sets
these limits as part of achieving
a balance between meeting
human water needs and those of
Florida's natural systems.
Guidance levels are used to


describe expected water level
fluctuations.
Currently, water levels for
most of the 11 lakes are below
the adopted minimum levels.
However, because minimum lev-
els are evaluated on a long-term
basis, with consideration of rain-
fall patterns, the minimum lev-
els are being met


Phi Theta Kappa, international honor society for community colleges, inducted 32 new members during Lake-Sumter Community
College's Oct. 20 ceremony.


LSCC students recognized


-Gwennette Gant (left), Young Performing Artists, Inc., presents
an award to Carlos Beruff, CEO of S.R. 44, LLC.

Young Performing Artists

nresent necial award


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"You are a star," Gwennette
Gant, Young Performing Artists
!(YPAs), Inc., proclaimed to Mr.
,.Carlos Beruff of S.R. 44, LLC.
On Oct. 23, Gant and other
YPAs, Inc. board members Mel
,Reaves and Beverly Steele
traveled to Mr. Beruff's offices
to present him with a desk
plaque, topped with a golden
star.
"On behalf of Young
:Performing Artists (YPAs), Inc.,
its young artists, volunteers and
board, it is my pleasure to pres-
ent this golden award for your
,tremendous support As the sig-
;nature sponsor for the past two
Years and for our recent "A Day
"'f :Stars" statewide event,
~Wher youngg -artists competed
for $500 scholarships in four art
;disciplines, we came to show
our appreciation and truly
'thank you" Gant continued.
S"Mr. Beruff believes in our
,mission to encourage the young
.artists of today who will keep
'The Arts' of tomorrow alive. At
our Day of Stars on July 15 at
.the Sumter Expo Center, we
,were able to award $2,000 in
scholarships because of his
,company support What a won-
derful act of kindness for Mr.
,Beruff to help us assist those


who will make 'The Arts' their
life's worth and work", said
Steele, YPAs, Inc. founder.
"S.R. 44, LLC, is a new corpo-
ration in Sumter County and
we have found Mr. Beruff to be
a man of his word. He is a state-
certified building contractor
and has built in excess of 600
homes in several counties in
the state of Florida including
Sarasota, Manatee,
Hillsborough, Charlotte and
now, in Sumter. He is a good
neighbor," said Reaves.
For more information or to
make a donation, contact
Young Performing Artists
(YPAs), Inc., 9060 County Road
231, Wildwood, FL 34785, or e-
"mail at youngartists@aol.cbm '':


Thirty-two students were
inducted into Lake-Sumter
Community College's chapter
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Christy Barker, Amy
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Brantley, Carol Carpenter,
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Esquivel, Heather Essen,
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PUBLIC NOTICE

CITY OF BUSHNELL
ELECTION
DECEMBER 5,2006

The City of Bushnell will be having an Election on December 5, 2006, in the Bushnell Council Chambers
Polls will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00p.m. The election will be for Council Seats #1, 3, & 5. Candidates
are as follows:

Council Seat # 1 Ed Slate
Joe P. Strickland, Jr.

Council Seat # 3 Anthony Key
Warren Maddox

Council Seat # 5 Dale Barnes
William Durham

There will also be a referendum for Charter Amendments. The following three referendum questions shall
be:

Question # I
Shall Department Heads of the City of Bushnell be designated by three affirmative votes of the City
Council instead of current four-fifths vote requirement?

Yes (approval)
NO (rejection)

Question # 2
Shall the Charter Officers and the Department Heads of the City of Bushnell be removed b) three
affirmative votes of the Council instead of the current four-vote requirement?

Yes (approval)
NO (rejection)

Question # 3
Shall the following properties be added to the list included in Section 7.05 requiring a vote of the electors
before the city may sell, lease, or trade, such properties?
1. Kenny Dixon Sports Complex
2. Evergreen Cemetery
3. Bushnell Public Library
4. City's Wastewater System

Yes (approval)
No (rejection)

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mtr OBIUAMRES


George H. Dickess,
74, police officer
George Henry Dickess, 74,
of Bushnell, died Thursday,
Oct 26, 2006, in Bushnell. He
was born in Ironton, Ohio.
He was a police officer and
served in the U.S. Army.
Services were conducted at
10 a.m. Friday, Nov. 3, 2006, at
Florida National Cemetery
with military honors rendered
by Sumter County Honor
Guard.
Interment followed at
Florida National Cemetery,
Bushnell. Arrangements were
made by Purcell Funeral
Home, Bushnell.
Julie E. Etheredge,
47, homemaker
Julie Elizabeth Etheredge,
47, died Sunday, Oct. 29, 2006,
in Ocala. She was born in
Eustis.
She was a homemakerand a
member of First Baptist


Church of Bushnell.
Survivors include her
daughters, Nichole Joyce
Ramputi and Alexis
Catherine Ramputi, both of
Ocala; sons, Samuel Mark
Ramputi and James Matthew
Ramputi, both of Ocala; par-
ents, James and Laverne
Etheredge of Bushnell; broth-
ers, Steve of Lake
Panasoffkee, and Danny of
Bushnell; and sisters, Darby
of Bushnell and Melinda of
Ocala.
Services were conducted at
2 p.m. Friday, Nov. 3, 2006, at
First Baptist Church of
Bushnell. Pastor Casey
Ferguson officiated.
Arrangements were made
by Purcell Funeral Home,
Bushnell.
Cheryl S. Creel,
45, schoolteacher
Cheryl Stephens Creel, 45,
of Oak Grove, Miss., died Oct.


The Villages Masonic Lodge No. 394 met at Perkins for breakfast
and afterward gathered to complete the quarterly trash clean-up
on Rolling Acres Rd. Pictured: Dana Bishop, Lou Hook, Carl
King, Bill LLoyd, Henry Philbrick, Norm Andres, Harry Brazen,
Buddy Karlberg, Don Chaplin and Fred Worthington (photogra-
pher). For further information on The Villages Masonic Lodge
,please call Robert Cookl at 750-0885.

Public service program available


The County Commission is
a proud supporter of the
Jefferson Awards Program.
The Jefferson Awards for
Public Service was started in
1973 by Jacqueline Kennedy
Onassis, U.S. Senator Taft
and Sam Beard to create a
"Nobel Prize" to honor the
unrecognized citizens whq
enrich communities with
their dedication to yoluriteer;
service.
The mission of the
Jefferson Awards is to
encourage and honor individ-
uals for their achievements
and contributions to public
service.


Any Sumter County resi-
dent who has distinguished in
volunteer humanitarian serv-
ice, service over a long period
of time, service to the disad-
vantaged and underprivi-
leged, to children and/or eld-
erly, the sick and needy, serv-
ice requiring an unusual
amount of time and'or effort
and service that directly or
indirectly benefits the whoi6t
community, may be nominat-
ed for this award.
Please contact the Board of
Sumter County Commission-
ers Human Resources
Department at (352) 793-0200
for nomination information.


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30, 2006, at Wesley Medical
Center.
She was a schoolteacher in
Lamar County and owner of
Cheer Authority Athletics.
She was a member of Oak
Grove United Methodist
Church.
Survivors include her hus-
band, Roy; sons, Cody Creel
and Ty Creel, both of Oak
Grove; daughter, Rivers Creel
of Oak Grove; mother and
stepfather, Ouida and Alton
Loftin of Oak Grove; father
and stepmother, Eugene and
Geraldine Stephens of
Bushnell; sisters, Dodie
Robertson of Oak Grove, Kim
Beserock, Tammie Sumner
and Jennifer Gant, all of
Bushnell; stepsister Linda
Madden of Oloh, Miss.; and
stepbrothers, Ronald Loftin
and Randall Loftin, both of


BUSHNELL
First United Methodist Church
OFFERING OUR COMMUNITY Faith, Hope & Love
svNDAYSCHOOL 9:30 A.. WORSHIP 10:45 A.
Disciples' Dialogue, Wed. 6:30 p.m.
,- Cub Scouts Tues. 6:30 p.m.
SBrownie Troop, Thurs. 6:00 p.m.
SS.HA.R.E.4th Sat.,10:00 an. 793-3221
2 221W.NobleAve. Rev.DeborahJensen,Pastor

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BUSHNELL SEVENTH DAY
ADVENTIST CHURCH
Comer of Seminole & Florida Ave.
Worship Hours 9:30 A.M.
Sabbath School 10:45 AM. Sat.
Wed. Prayer Meeting 7:30
All Welcome

BUSHNELL
St. Lawrence Catholic Church
320 East Dade Avenue
Pastor Fr. Pedro Zapata
Office: 793-7788
Mass Schedule
Saturday4:00pm Sunday9:00am
Sunday 11:45am (Spanish)
Tue sda ThursdaIa nd Er, 1" Fri;d 8:30am
S Life Long Catechesis 10:15 am

BUSHNELL
St. Francis Episcopal Church
313 N. Grace Street (At US 301)
P.O. Box 566, (352) 793-3187
Wednesday Bible Study 7 pm.
Holy Eucharist 10 am. Sunday
Sunday School 10 am.
AA meets Thursdays at 8 p.m.

B BUSHNELL
THE BUSHNELL PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH USA
323 N. BROAD (Comer of W. Dade & N. Broad)
Church School: 9:15 am
Public Worship: 10:30 AM.
MONDAY: AA Group Meeting 8:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY: Bible Study 10:00 AM.
352-793-4202


BUSHNELL
BuSiNEL CHURCH OF CRIQT
310 W. Dade Ave.
793-8428
Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m.
Sunday Worship Service 11 a.m.
Evening Worship 6 p.m.
Wednesday Bible Study 7 p.m.


BUSHNELL
INdiau4 HUUi& aft t ChawcA
78919 CK 633, Btmhxe.
West 476 betVwe n 4768 & 57
Sunday School..................................9:45 am
Morning Worship........................... 11:00 am
Evening Worship................................7:00 pm
Wednesday Prayer Service............. ..7:00 pm


BUSHNELL


Sun. Fellowship............. ...................... .. 9:3 -0 a.m.
Sun. W orship............................................ 10-11:15 a.m .
Sun. Evening Study................................5:30 7:30 p.m.
Wed. Teens & Children.........................6:30 7:30 p.m.
Wed. Noon Bible Study........22 s ..........12-1 p.m.
Meeting Place Seventh Day Adventist Church
Corner of Florida Ave. Seminole Ave., at blinking light
A Church On The Move
Pastor Ron Thomas
569-0184 or 603-1373
Cornerstone Cares


BUSHNELL

INTERDENOMINATIONAL
WORSHIP CENTER
Service Times
Sunday 10:00 am Sunday School
11:00 am Morning Worship
6:30 pm Evening Service
Wednesday 7:30 pm MidWeek Service
Separate Service for Youth.
We are located on CR 476,
6 miles west of Bushnell.
You are welcome
Pastor: Marshall
For more info: 793-3855


Oloh, Miss.
Services will be at 10 a.m.
Thursday at Oak Grove United
Methodist Church. Burial will
be at Grentham Cemetery.
Jane M. Svoboda,
82, homemaker
Jane Margaret Svoboda, 82,
of Lake Panasoffkee, died
Sunday, Nov. 5, 2006 in
Leesburg. Born on Aug. 7,1924
in Battle Creek, Mich., she
moved to Sumter County in
1991.
She was a homemaker.
Survivors include her
daughter, Susan K. Merrill of
Eustis; one granddaughter;
three great-grandchildren;
and one great-great grand-
child.
She was preceded in death
by her son, Harold Svoboda in
1997.


Memorial services will be
conducted at 1 p.m. Thursday,
Nov. 9, 2006, at Turtleback RV
Resort, Recreational Center,
in Lake Panasoffkee.
Purcell Funeral Home,
Bushnell, provided informa-
tion.
Russell C. Kuckuck,
90
Russell C. Kuckuck, 90, for-
merly of Edon, Ohio, died
Friday, Nov. 3, 2006 at
Leesburg Regional Medical
Center where he was a
patient.
Mr. Kuckuck operated the
Edon Shell Station for many
years until his retirement. He
was a World War II Navy vet-
eran and a member of the
Edon American Legion Post
No. 662. He was a member of
the DAV and the Edon Church


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OF BUSHNELL
Sunday School ...............................10:00
Morning Worship ..................... 11:00
Evening Worship..............................6:00
Wed.Service...................7:00
1563 N West St.(Behind Winn Dixie)
S352-568-3164 Fax: 352-568-3165

BUSHNELL
Pleasant Hill Baptist Church
CR-316A, Bushnell
Sunday School..................9:45 A.M.
Worship..................11:00 A.M.
Sunday Evening Worship.....6:00 P.M.,
Wednesday Prayer Service..7:00 P.M.
793-5083 Pastor Phillip Howe

BUSHNELL
First Church of God
Affiliation: Anderson, IN
793-3455
105E.CentralAve.P.O.Box 1128,Bushnell,FL33513
Sunday School 9:30 amn.Morning Worship 10:45 am.
Evening Worship 6:00 pn.
Wednesday Evening 7:00 pn.
Randall Belcher.Pastor 793-3534

BUSHNELL


125 W. Anderson Ave. 793-4612
"Sharing the Good News of Lfe Through Faith In Christ"
Sunday Bible Study................9:15 A.M.
Sunday Worship..........................10:30 A.M.
................................................... and 6:00 P.M. ,
Wednesday Bible Study ...............7:00 P.M.


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All Are Welcome At
BUSHNELL ASSEMBLY
OF GOD
Sunday Worship 8:00 A.M. 10:30 A.M. & 6:00 PM.
Sunday School 9:30 A.M.
Wed. Discipleship Night 7:00 P.M.
1451 West C.R. 476, Bushnell 793-2240


CENTER HILL
Center Hill Presbyterian Church
55 So. Virginia Ave Chaplain Aida Diego
(Just south of Hwy 48) Family & Pastoral Counseling
Wed. 1:00-5:00
Hospitality Time: 9:45 am
Morning Worship: 10:00 am
Wednesday: Children's Bible Study: 6:00 pm
Friday: Family Night Movies: 7:00 pm


CENTER HILL

Pastor Marc Capps
175 S. Virginia Ave.
Center Hill, F 33513 352-793-2119
Service ar Sat 4 9: PM a
Sunday School ..............A.............9:45 A,M.
SMorning Worship ...........,.............. 1 :00 A.M.
Sunday Night Service e.................6:00 P,.M.
SMid Week Prayer Service
d Wednesday ... ..... .................. 7:00 P.M.


LADY LAKE
Hope Lutheran Church
250 Avenida Los Angelos
(comer of C.R. 466 & Morse Blvd.)
The Villages
Services are: Saturday -4:00 PM and 6:00 PM
For more information, call 352-750-2321 or our
Web Site: www.hopelutheraninthlevillages.org.






1900 W. Hwy. 44, Inverness
Divine Services: 7:45 & 10am
Holy Communion
7:45 Every Sun.
10:00 1st & 3rd Sun.
S Sunday School
& Bible Class
8:45 A.M.
726-1637
Nursery Provided
www.lstlutheran.net

The Rev. Thomas Beaverson


LAKE PANASOFFKEE
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
589 CR 470, 1 mile W of 1-75
SSunday Worship Service: 9:30 AM
Hospitality Time at: 10:45 AM
*Sunday School Gathering: 11:00 AM
S *Sunday School at 11:15AM
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LAKE PANASOFFKEE
First Baptist Church
of Lake Panasoffkee
Hwy. 470, Lake Panasoffkee 793-5510
Sunday Services 8:30 & 10:50 a.m.
Sunday School...............9:45 a.m.
Sunday Evening.............6:00 p.m. 4
Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting....7 p.m.
Pastor Jon King

LAKE PANASOFFKEE
D aths of Grace Ministries
Church of God
Pastors: Fred & Patti Hooten
Pastoral/
Morning Worship- --- 10:30 Christian
Sunday Evening---------.6:00 Cunselng
Wednesday Night----------7:00 Available
793.1600 -Efrire
101 i CR 27 L- .P an.LjIi0. 11i,

RIDGE MANOR WEST
First Lutheran Church ELCA
30419 Park Ridge Drive
352-796-8898
Worship Service: 10:30 am
Adult Bible Study: 9:00 am
Children Sunday School: 9:30 am
"To know Christ and to make Christ known"
We are: (East of 1-75 exit 301) ,
Turn north off Hwy. 50 at first light
east of 1-75. Turn left on Park Ridge.

SUMTERVILLE
Sumterville
United Methodist Church
"OVER150 YEARS OFPRAYER"
2565 CR 522
S 1 BLOCK EAST OF HWY 301
Invites you to attend Sundayworship service 9:30 a.m.
PastorCharlesTomberlin 0
All childrenare Invited.

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Sunday:
Classic Service...................:00 A.M.
Bible Study...................................................... 9:30 A.M.
Celebration Service.................................10:45 AM.
Wednesday Evening:
New Community Cafe................................... :00 PM.
New Community WorshiplStudentActivties.......7:00 P.M.
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of Christ. He was born May 7,
1918 in Corunna, Ind., the son
of Carl and Ida (Betz)
Kuckuck He married Wilma
E. Fry on April 17, 1970, and
she preceded him in death on
Jan. 21, 1998.
Survivors include his sons,
Norman (Karen) Kuckuck of
Apopka, and Stephen
Kuckuck of Edon, Ohio;
daughter, Jeanine (Jim)
Downer of Quincy, Mich.;
granddaughters, Libby and
Ivy Downer; brother, Robert
Kuckuck of Fort Wayne, Ind.;
and sister, Thelma Schmidt of
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brothers, Orville and Lloyd
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WEBSTER
First Baptist Church
of Webster
1/4 mile east of 471 on SE 1st Ave.
Sunday School 9:45 AM
Moving Worship 11:00 AM
Evening Service 6:00 PM
Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7:00 PM


WEBSTER
Webster United
Methodist Church
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Church School 9:45 a.m.
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(352) 793-3734
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ChtM CALENDAR


SPECIAL EVENTS
Singles group to dine today
The Singles Group of
Fairway Christian Church will
dine out at Fisherman's
Restaurant in Inverness at 4
p.m. today, Nov. 9. We will car-
pool from the church. Any
interested singles are wel-
come. Call the church office
for more information at 259-
9305.
Concert at First Baptist
The Bible Tones, a
Southern Gospel Quartet from
Gulf Port, Mississippi, will be
in concert at First Baptist
Church Bushnell (125 W
Anderson Avenue) on Sunday,
Nov. 12 at 10:30 a.m. The pub-
lic is invited to attend. A love
offering will be taken. For
more information contact the
church office at 793-4612.
Sunstate Quartet performs
The Sunstate Quartet will
be in concert at 6 p.m. Sunday,
Nov. 12, at First Baptist
Church of Linden.
Refreshments will be served
after the concert. Everyone is
invited to attend.
Auction action planned
The "Women's Ministry" of
Lady Lake Assembly of God is
planning a night of Christian
entertainment, with silent,
Chinese and regular auctions.


A catered buffet dinner will
also be served. The event will
be from 5 to 9 p.m. Saturday,
Nov. 11, at Laurel Manor in
The Village. Cost is $25 per
person. Proceeds will benefit
the building fund. Call
Chairperson Kathy Hartman
at (352) 751-6015.
Christian women meet
The Women's Christian
Fellowship of Fairway
Christian Church will have a
luncheon meeting at noon
Thursday, Nov 16. Any inter-
ested ladies are welcome to
attend. Call the church office
for more information at 259-
9305.
Community invited
The public is invited to a
Thanksgiving Week Com-
munity Church Service at 7
p.m. Monday, Nov. 20, at the St.
Catherine United Methodist
Church, 4 miles south of
Bushnell on the east side of
the railroad and U.S. Highway
301 at C.R. 738, St. Catherine.
Recognition and support
will be given to the Sumter
County Association for
Retarded Citizens for their
service to the community. The
following churches are partic-
ipating: First United
Methodist Church of
Bushnell, Linden United
Methodist Church, St.


Catherine United Methodist
Church, Sumterville United
Methodist Church, and
Webster United Methodist
Church.
Pray for the nation
The Bushnell Assembly of
God, C.R. 476, Helping Hands
Prayer Ministry invites every-
one to come and pray at 11
a.m., Thursdays. Call the
church at 793-2240 or Sister
Lyons at 793-3183 for more
information.
Invitation issued
The Glorious Church of God
in Christ, at 20714 Center St.,
Lacoochee, extends a special
invitation to the Bushnell
community and the surround-
ing churches to come and be
blessed at its healing and
deliverance service at 4 p.m.
every first Sunday.
Church serves communion
North Citrus Christian
Church on Elkcam Boulevard
serves communion every
Sunday. There is a fellowship
luncheon after services the
first Sunday of each month.
Gordon Nelson is the minister.
Call 527-0021 or visit
www.geocities.com/2000/Chur
chPage.html.
At the movies
Try Friday Night at the
Movies at the Lake


Panasoffkee United Met-
hodist Church the last Friday
of every month. The movie's
free and snacks are inexpen-
sive. The fun starts at 7 p.m.
For more information or the
name of this month's movie,
call the church at 793-3438.
Free Friday Night movies
Looking for a really inex-
pensive night out for the
entire family? Then try Friday
Night at the Movies at the
Lake Panasoffkee United
Methodist Church!
They host a Friday night
movie the last Friday of every
month. The movie's free and
snacks (hot dogs, popcorn,
chips, drinks, candy and pizza)
are cheap.
The fun starts at 7 p.m., so
plan to get a seat and join the
crowd. Parents, remember it's
family night, so kids under 18
need to be accompanied by an
adult. For more information
or the name of this month's
movie, call the church at 793-
3438.
For more information about
the church online, the website
is: http://www.gbgm-umc.org/
lakepana-umc/outreach.htm.
GETTING TOGETHER
Bible study
A weekly prayer time and
Bible study will be held every


Wednesday, from noon until 1
p.m., at 7122 C.R. 609A,
Bushnell. For further infor-
mation please call 352-793-
7720 or 352-569-0183. There
will be refreshments and
drinks or bring a sack lunch.
Please come and bring a
friend.
GED Class
New Life Center Ministries,
9707 C.R. 229, Wildwood
(Royal), 748-0433, is offering a
GED class on Tuesday nights,
6 to 9 p.m. You must be at least
18 years old to participate.
For more information, call
Mrs. Gloria Croft, principal at
(352) 793-5719, Sumter County
Adult Ed, Sumterville, FL
33585.
Newstudy group
Cornerstone Community
Baptist Church is starting a
new, small group. The meet-
ings are Sundays from 6 to 7
p.m.
The group is doing a study
called: A walk through the
books of the Bible. It is an
interactive study.
Food will be served and
children will be entertained.
The meeting is at the Seventh
Day Adventist Church, on
Seminole Ave. in Bushnell.
For more information, call
793-8928 or 793-7945.


Singles study
The Singles Bible Study
Group will hold meetings
every Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the
United Methodist Church in
Lake Panasoffkee on Hwy.
470.
HELPING OUT
Counseling available
Center Hill Presbyterian
Church is offering family and
pastoral counseling with
Chaplain Aida Diego (bilin-
gual) from 1 to 5 p.m.
Wednesday by appointment.
Call 568-7486 for more infor-
mation.
Food ministry
The Helping Hands Food
Ministry of Coleman First
Assembly of God distributes
food on the fourth Saturday of
each month, from 9 to 11 a.m.
The church is at 505
Mulberry St in Coleman. For
information call 748-3456.
Food distributed church
The Helping Hands Food
Ministry of Coleman First
Assembly of God announces
the November food distribu-
tion will take place one week
early due to Thanksgiving.
The food distribution will
be from 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday,
Nov. 18, at the church, 505
Mulberry St., Coleman.


KIWANIS CLUB


The Wildwood Kiwanis Club recently inducted their new officers for 2006-07. Pictured on the left
is new Club President Dave Lewis receiving congratulations from Hal Cummings, Kiwanis Lt.
Governor, District 9.


SThe Wildwood Kiwanis Club recently inducted their new officers
Ifor 2006-07. Pictured on the left is new Club Vice President
Doug Gilpin receiving congratulations from Hal Cummings,
Kiwanis Lt. Governor, District 9.


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Lake Weir downs Wildwood 20-14 in overtime


LARRY BUGG
Times Correspondent

It wasn't the way Wildwood
High's football team wanted to
end its regular season. "
Lake Weir High running back
Mark Hawkins scored on a 10-
yard run in overtime to give
Lake Weir a 20-14 win over
Wildwood High.
Wildwood had first crack at
the scoreboard in overtime.
However, Wildwood (4-6) could-
n't score and their regular sea-
son ended with a loss.
Wildwood quarterback
DeAndre Mitchell's pass into
the end zpne was intercepted in
overtime.
Wildwood first scored when
Mitchell plunged from the one-
yardline.
Lake Weir is 3-7 for the sea-
son.
Wildwood head coach Robert
Lindsey wished his defense had
been more effective.
"Defensively speaking, we
allowed too many yards rush-
ing," said Lindsey "Our defen-


sive line got pushed around
quite a bit This made our line-
backer play look bad. We've got
to play better up front
"Offensively, in the second
half, we didn't get a score. We've
got to be able to score in crucial
parts of the game."
Wildwood needs to regain that
winning touch soon. Wildwood
will march into the playoffs
playing Clearwater Central
Catholic Friday at 7:30 p.m. at
Wildwood High's field.
Clearwater Central Catholic
is a team Lindsey only knows
from film. "We really don't know
much about Clearwater Central
Catholic because we don't play
the same teams," the coach said.
"We can only go from what we
see on the video tape. They look
to be a very disciplined team
that plays hard."
Wildwood has improved over
its 2005 mark of 2-8 and has been
a powerful team in its district.
Wildwood was 4-0 in district
play. If they can show the same
skills they used when they were
playing district foes, Wildwood
could continue in the playoffs.


TAMMY FORE/Sumter County Times
The Wildwood Wildcats take to the field in their final game of the season. Wildwood ended the season 4-0 in district play.


It takes Menton and Villages girls to reach state


LARRY BUGG
Times Correspondent

Sara Menton and the Villages
High girls cross country team
will go where no cross country
team before them has gone.
Menton and her fellow female
harriers will run at the Class 2A
State Cross Country Meet
Saturday at Dade City's Little
Everglades Ranch at 10 a.m.
Menton finished seventh (20:13)
and would have gone to state as
an individual. Fortunately for
the junior, her teammates fin-
ished third (118 points) and will
join her at state. This is the first
time a Villages cross country
team has reached state.
The top 15 individuals and top
six teams advance to the state
meet. Unfortunately, the boys
cross country team will not be
joining them. The male
Buffaloes finished 11th (264).
Geoffrey Laufersky, a junior,
had the top finish, a 32nd (17:56)
for the boys.
Menton was understandably
happy after her run on the flat
but windy course. "I thought I
did really, really well," Menton
said. "I wanted to break 20 (min-


utes). I got 20:13. I am still happy
with my performance. The
course is really fast It was a
pretty easy course. I drafted off
people. We are excited about
going there (state) and compet-
ing." Her coach, Mary Menton,
was happy with her daughter's.
work "She ran a good race,"
said the coach. "We started off
with one girl. There were four
on the team last year and I have
14 on the team.
"I'm proud of them. I said to
the girls, let's just get to state. My
number two and three girls were
running four and five. I had a
couple of girls feeling not great.
They did great We beat Bishop
Moore. I am happy with that
Today was not a fast day at all.
Some of my girls were complain-
ing about the wind. This is a
great accomplishment"
For the Villages, Nicole
Brunetti was 20th (20:55), Taylor
Bradley was 26th 121.15j. Nicole
Melanson was 30th i21:32i and
Michelle Melanson \\as 40th
(21:59).
Titusville Astronaut High's
Devin Spoegle won the girls race
with a time of 19:22. Jessica
Prendergast of Orlando Lake
Highland Prep was second with


a time of 19:25. Lake Highland
Prep won the girls team title
with 54 points. Astronaut was
second with 107 points.
Brooksville Hernando High
won the boys regional title with
38 points and Crystal River High
was second with 58 points.
Hernando senior Ben Martucci
won the boys race with a time of
16:12. Chris Trebilcock of
Alachua Santa Fe was second
with a time of 16:22.
For the boy Buffaloes, Sean
Lang was 42nd (18:19), Sam
McCarter was 70th (19:41; Ryan
Belmore was 71st (19:41),
Germaine Laufersky was 72nd
(19:42). Lang, Geoffrey
Laukersky and McCarter all had
personal records (PR).
"I had three boys PR," said
Villages boys coach Kevin
Baumann. "That was their best
effort. One of my top boys was in
last place. I think the reason we
didn't run as efficiently as \we
did at disti'i'cl was because %we
didn't have that boy, Robert
Moyer, one of my top boys, up
there in the pack where we nor-
mally have him. The three boys


normally in the front of our pack
were more towards the end. We
ran better at districts."
Class 2A-Region 2 Cross
Country Meet at Andrew
Jackson Middle School Results:
Girls team scores
1. Orlando Lake Highland
Prep 54;
2. Titusville Astronaut 107;
3. Villages 118;
4. Orlando Bishop Moore 122;
5. Groveland South Lake 150;
6. Cocoa Beach 156;
7. Crystal River 190;
8. West Shore 197;
9. Hagerty 228;
10. Lecanto 240;
11. Space Coast 254;
12. Keystone Heights 283;
13. Brooksville Hernando 289;
14. Inverness Citrus 362.
Girls Top 15 Individuals
1. Devin Spoerle, Astronaut
19:22;
2. Jessica Prendergast, Lake
Highland Prep 19:25;
3. Kaylee Browui, South Lake
19:51;
4. Leeann Eble, Pasco, 20:04;
5. Allie Prendergast, Lake


Highland Prep, 20:09;
6. Monica Lugo, Orlando
Bishop Moore, 20:12;
7. Sara Menton, Villages,
20:13;
8. Nathalie Anaya, Lake
Highlands Prep, 20:15;
9. Shannon Compher, Hagerty,
20:18;
10. Caroline Buck, Bishop
Moore, 20:19;
11. Lauren Ramirez, Cocoa
Beach, 20:27;
12. Danielle Dixon, Crystal
River, 20:28;
13. Paula Kane, Space Coast,
20:28;
14. Ariana Rangel, Astronaut,
20:36;
15. Amanda Slayman,
Astronaut, 20:44.
Boys team scores
1. Brooksville Hernando 38;
2. Crystal River 58;
3. Lecanto 120;
4. South Lake 138:
5. Lake Highland Prep 160; )'
6. Bishop Moore 171;
7. Astronaut 182;
8. Harmony 189;
9. Eustis 212;


10. Zephyrhills 244;
11. Villages 264;
12. Alachua Santa Fe 285.
Boys Top 15 Individuals
1. Ben Martucci, Brooksville
Hernando, 16:12:
2. Chris Trebilcock, Santa Fe,
16:22;
3. Joseph Greer, Crystal River,
16:26;
4. Tim Queen, Atlantic, 16:32;
5. Michael Moeller, Bishop
Moore, 16:41;
6. Joe Wright, Hernando,
16:50;
7. Andrew Martucci,
Hernando, 16:58;
8. Nick Farrington, Lecanto,
17:03;
9. Brennan McNally, Crystal
River, 17:06;
10. Geoffrey Walker, Eustis,
17:07;
11. Tyler Hogan, Hagerty,
17:11;
12. Tyler Bald\win. Hernando.
17:12; .. .. ..
13. Ben Bearden. Viera, 17:17:
14. Alex Engelhart. Lake
Highland Prep. 17:18.
15. Scott Bilodeou, Harmony,
17:18.


Turkey season is on


An official-looking notice
announcing cancellation of
Florida's 2006 turkey hunting
seasons is a hoax.
According to the bogus notice,
delivered to the Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) via fax, sev-
eral cases of avian influenza in
Northwest Florida wild turkeys
prompted closure of this year's
turkey hunting seasons, and pos-
sibly subsequent years' through
2009, as well.
It says the action is necessary
to prevent the disease from
spreading through other wild
bird populations.
The FWC and other agencies
across the continent are moni-
toring bird populations for signs


of the disease.
To date, they have discovered
no cases of the highly dangerous
form of the disease.
As part of the FWC's avian
influenza, surveillance, scien-
tists investigate reports of bird
deaths and ask that anyone who
finds dead birds note the details
online at MyFWC.com/bird or
contact the local FWC office.
Further information about avian
influenza is available at
MyFWC.com/bird/avianinfluen-
za.htm.
Holmes County has no fall
harvest of turkeys, and the
spring harvest there is limited to
March 17-19 to enable the coun-
ty's depleted turkey population
to rebuild.


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Sheriff's deputies use Taser on Bushnell man


AMANDA MIMS
Staff Writer
t
Police used a Taser to sub-
Sdue a 66-year-old Bushnell
man last week when he
Allegedly resisted arrest and
Struck one of two deputies
Swho were at his home investi-
gating an unrelated incident.
This was the first time a
Deputy has discharged the
weaponn since the sheriff's
Office issued a Taser to each of
Sits uniformed officers in
SSeptember.
The incident happened
while sheriff's deputies were
Investigating a complaint of
threats made by individuals
Traveling on State Road 48 in
SBushnell.
SIn the initial threat com-
i plaint, the alleged victim told
'deputies "he. was walking
westbound on S.R. 48 to a
,friend's house when a green
.passenger car passed him


going eastbound and yelled at
him; (they) possibly yelled a
racial slur at him," said sher-
iff's Lt. Bobby Caruthers.
"The vehicle turned around
and pulled up to him. and
stopped. He knew the people
and they got into an argument
with him.
"The victim said they
threatened to hurt him. One of
the individuals in the passen-
ger seat pointed a brown shot-
gun at him," Caruthers said.
"He fled ... in fear he was
going to get shot."
Deputies spotted a vehicle
that fit the description in a
yard on S.W 52nd Terr. and
met with the subjects there,
according to Caruthers.
The individuals "admitted
riding down 48" around that
time.
According to the subjects'
account, "they (the subjects)
saw the victim walking down
the road and he (the victim)
stopped them and started


arguing with them.
"During original question-
ing, they denied having a gun
on them at the time," he said.
However, deputies found a
brown, 20-gauge shotgun in a
nearby shed on a couch inside
the shed with the barrel hid-
den under one of the cush-
ions, said Caruthers, adding
"a portion of the stock was
sawed off."
Eventually, the deputies
arrested 19-year-old Thomas
Gough for aggravated assault
with a deadly weapon in con-
nection with the threats.
But during Gough's arrest,
66-year-old George Williams,
grandfather of one of the sub-
jects, began exhibiting aggres-
sive behavior toward the
deputies, Caruthers said.
"Mr. Williams... was told sev-
eral times during the investi-
gation he needed to stay
back"
According to Caruthers,
Williams approached the


Another charged with assault


deputy who was checking for
ammunition in the shotgun.
"He approached (the
deputy) and demanded to
speak with him about the
investigation."
Caruthers said Williams
"appeared very agitated and
acted in an aggressive man-
ner, clenching his fist and
yelling, 'I want to talk to you.'
They both told him to stay
back and he kept approach-
ing."
When the deputies attempt-
ed to arrest Williams for
obstruction of justice, he
allegedly struck one of them
while he was placing hand-
cuffs on him.
The deputies drew their
Tasers and ordered Williams
to stop resisting and get onto
the ground, Caruthers said.
"They told Mr. Williams
they'd be deploying the Taser
if he did not get down, at
which time Mr. Williams start-
ed beating on his chest
yelling, 'Tase me. Tase me.'"
Then one of the deputies
shocked Williams with a 5-sec-
ond burst and "he immediate-


ly went to the ground. He tried
to get back off the ground and
they told him, 'You need to
stay down."'
When he didn't, "they gave
him one more 5-second burst,"
according to Caruthers.
"Then he said, 'I give up."'
Both Gough and Williams
were taken to the Sumter
County Detention Center.
Gough held on a bond of
$9,000.
Williams was arrested for
battery on a law enforcement
officer and resisting arrest
with violence.
Bond for Williams was set at
$10,000.
Caruthers said the Taser is
a useful tool that allows law
enforcement officers to
restrain suspects without
injury.
"Because of this, we were
able to keep the deputy safe
and the defendant from hurt-
ing himself or hurting some-
one else.
"This is a way of subduing
somebody, similar to pepper
spray, without causing injury."

Class offered
The Withlacoochee
Technical Institute is now
registering for the Patient
Care Assistant Class.
Classes include Certified.
Nursing Assistant and Home
Health Aide certifications
and will start Nov. 28.
The Patient Care Assistant
class meets Monday through
Friday from 7:15 a.m. until
1:45 p.m., for approximately
11 weeks.
This course will certify stu-
dents to work in. hospitals,
home health care, and in
long-term care facilities.
For more information, call
Student Services at (352) 726-
2430.


Titus Riley, a member of the
Wildwood Middle FFA Chapter
of Wildwood, competed in the
National FFA Agriscience Fair
program. Riley's project, "How
Much Vitamin C is in Your
O.J.?" was on display at the
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FFA National Agricultural
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SSMS First Nine Weeks
Honor Roll
Sixth Grade
Team I The Raider Pack of
Excellence
"A" Honor Roll
Khandoker Ahmed, Michael
Comstock, Erika Guillen,
Brooklynn Harris, Alyssa Ibarra,
Syndey Rodriguez and Breanne
Williams.
"A-B" Honor Roll
Ray Babauta, Devin Beverage,
Austin Bishop, Brittany Bonner,
Camren Carmichael, Dalton
Coulliette, Dylan Dale, Linda
Deal, Cassidy Deason, Austin
Dickerson, Michaela Eastburn,
Chance Edwards, Kayley Ellis,
Courtney Franklin, Tiffany
Franklin, Dustin Grady, Victoria
Harris, Montana Harrod, Daisy
Hernandez, Erin Hill, Patricia
Houck, Matthew Hutto, Morgan
Jackson, Garrett Johnson, Tara
Kenny, Melanee King, Kendra
Korhonen, Lachonda Lacey,
Justyn Mitchell, Rebecca
Morrell, Trevor Moss, William
Oxener, Lucas Reynolds,
Mackenzie Rodriguez, Jose
Ruiz, Haley Shaffer, Dakota
Sorter, James Steedley, Zachary
Sullivan, Matthew Taylor,
Joseph Truesdale, William Vos,
David Wallace and Katelyn
Watson.
Team II Refridge Raiders of
Excellence
"A" Honor Roll
K'yal Bannister, Randy
Carrillo, Dung Dang, Megan
Gajewski, Joana Goff, Michael
Hartsock, Cameron Hayes,
Kelyn Merritt, Labria Mobley,
Jazmine Natteal, Heather


Surratt and Brandy Zagrocki.
"A-B" Honor Roll
Demarques Bellamy, William
Borland, Allen Cabbage,
Michael Capporelli, David
Crespo, Abbey Daughtry,
Samantha Field, Devyn Jessmer,
Ashlee Johnston, Dillon Jones,
Matthew Jones, Jessica Lemay,
Ashley Lucero, Bethany
Northington, Michael Ray, Joyce
Rice, Emily Shiflet, Keshia
Slater, Jessica Sorensen, Austin
Spiegel, Veronica Stevens,
Brandon Sullivan, Shawn
Taylor, Dakota Treffeisen, Amy
Troxel, Caitlin Wells, Kelsey
Williams and Katelynn Wood.
Seventh Grade
Team m Tomb Raiders of
Excellence
"A" Honor Roll
Jessica Burns, Rebeca
Franke, Nicole Lawler, Phillip
Longo, Kirsti Merritt, Lindsay
Partridge, Joseph Reynolds, Ivy
Roush, Amber Sapp and
Amanda Sullivan.
"A-B" Honor Roll
Chelsey Anderson,
Shantayata Baker, Victoria
Burke, Darlyn Caraballo, Stevie
Collins, Rebecca Dixon, Skyler
Dunham, Cheyenne Flynn, Lacy
Furlong, Haley Haines, Thomas
Hanson, Austin Harris,
Stephanie Henderson,
Zechariah Hoffman, Brittany
Holloway, Hannah Irby, Max
Johnson, Chase Kiefer, David
Leal, Taylor Maddox, Brandon
Mowrer, Haley Neese, Aaron
Parker, Elena Ramos, Andrea
Roberts, Paige Root, Haley
Sheen, Alex Simon, Lance
Sippel, Audrey Sweet, Vanessa


Vann and Amanda Varnum.
Team IV- Star Raiders of
Excellence
"A" Honor Roll
Micah Adams, Joseph
Bachand, Lauren Bertram,
Michelle Breen, Samantha
Churchill, William Commander,
Miranda Craig, Morgan
Edwards, Jessica Moir, Ian
Papenheim, Megan Ryan,
Marissa Sanborn, Stacey Sapp,
Nicole Scarpelli, Chase Wiley
and Shana Woodard.
"A-B" Honor Roll
Shayna Decker, Autumn
Flowers, Chelsea Fowler,
Cecilia Garduno, Austin Harris,
Rachel Harrison, Jose
Hernandez, Brandon Holloway,
Jesse Lane, Alexis Milorin,
Michael Mullins, Madison
Oliver, Noah Ornelas, Harsh
Patel, Brandi Peninger, Garrett
Reddish, Ali Redovan, Sarah
Reed, Jadi Rodriguez, Alejandra
Romero, Nina 'Sells, Tori Vann,
Taylor Whicker, Brittany
Williams, Garett Young and
Jordawn Zarlenga.
Eighth Grade
Team V- Space Raiders of
Excellence
"A" Honor Roll
Lauren Fussell, Robert Hall,
Kaley Howard, Dustin Rooney
and Heather Speer.
"A-B" Honor Roll
Rosa Andrade, Kasandra
Blokzijl, Henry Bolduc,
Rebekah Bray, Bethany Clark,
Alexis Craig, Laurissa Crawford,
Kaitlyn Dario, Ellen Drawdy,
Lynisha Duboise, James Goff,
Olivia Halby, Trenton Howard,
Carrie Johnson, Reymundo


King, Alyse Lawler, Alyssa
Maddox, Destiny Marshall,
Desiree Mitchell, Brittany
.Nortington, Austin Price,
Lauren Ray, Zaile Robison,
Conner Schofill, Aaron Wallace,
Nicole Wallace, Cory Wells and
Travis Winchel.
Team VI Lightning Raiders of
Excellence
"A" Honor Roll
Jessica Barnes, Maria Guillen,
Vida Harp, Karissa Lee, Chloe
Morey, Terrence Neal, Deep
Patel, Heather Smith, James


Sorensen and Kerri Unclebach.
"A-B" Honor Roll
Rachel Allen, Thomas Andes,
Erin Boyd, Skyler Burgess,,
Phillip Chavez, Kadara Croney,
Kyle Follansbee, Linda
Goodman, Melanie Gosha,
Christine Gurley, Victoria
Haines, Kymber Harris, Katura
Harrison, Dakota Harrod,
Savannah Hartenstein, Stevie
Hibbs, Jordan Ivey, Skottiann
Malle, Kevin Marriage, Erynn
Martin, Lyndsay Martin, Ian
Mcclanahan, Brianna Mckinney,


A .
Webster Elementary School's Good Citizens of the Month: Pre-K Heather Cowart, Emma Parker,
Rolondo Perez. Kindergarten -Brizeida Albarran, Shelby Ayala, Jozef Heikjoop, Kaley Razo,
Hunter Sizemore, Kyle Lightcap. First grade Horaiso Vasquez, Seth Paris, Rebekka Davisi,
Brandon Cook, Gory Peacock. Second grade Montana Shriver, Kathy Ruiz, Nikki Thornhill,
Katelyn Preece, Kandia Winterbauer, Miguel Valdez. Third grade Johnathan Scheiterk, Kenned
Morgan, Paxtine Cline, Jakiera Jackon, Dallas Sizemore. Fourth grade Kyle McCall,Todd Grinrod,
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peted in the school-level Tropicana Speaking Contest on
jTuesday, Oct. 31: K'yal Bannister, third place, "The Impact of
Growth and Development on Bushnell," Ashley Lucero,
Sumonia Avant, Linda Deal, Sergio Rodriguez, Erika Martinez,
lErika Guillen, Courtney Terry, first place, "UFO's and Aliens -
Real or Imagined," Brooklyn Harris, second place, "The History
Sof Christmas," Victoria Harris; Labria Mobley, Amy Troxel and
Quinn Borland. The first place winner will compete at the coun-
ty level on Nov. 16. Judges were Mrs.Wall, Mrs. Frazier, and Mrs.
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Sumter Community College. The South Sumter High School
Chapter was proud to have the highest student attendance for a
chapter with 95 members. At the District FBLA Rally, the group
.had the candle-lighting chapter officer installation ceremony,
installing the following officers: president, Ryan Hileman; vice
president, Angel Gonzales; secretary, Cecily Craig; treasurer,
Sabrina Cordeiro; reporter, Cindy Young; historian, Cynthia
Soto; electronic historian, Allen Shultz; and 9th grade officer,
Cody Hileman. The South Sumter High chapter came in second
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Programs are to be held in
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Monday and 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday.
If interested in attending
these meetings, call us at 732-
940-9658.
SSMS yearbooks
now on sale
South Sumter Middle
School 2007 Raider yearbooks
are on sale.
The basic book price is $31.
The 100-plus-page book is a
hardbound-cover book with
glossy pages, and 32 pages are
in color.
Our school's book of memo-
ries includes: campus life,
school grade-level photos,
administration, faculty and
staff, candid shots, classroom
activities, sports, all clubs,
recognition pages, and ads
from community supporters.
The yearbook can be
ordered online at:
jostens.com (go to yearbook,
SSMS).
The yearbook encourages
businesses to call Mrs. L.
Farmer at 793-1818 to place an
ad in, the school's book of


memories. Yearbooks last a
lifetime!
Youth Center
sells turkeys, hams
It's time once again for the
Sumter County Youth Center's
annual smoked turkey sale,
also offering spiral sliced
hams.
Great for holiday dinners!
For more information or to
place and order, call 568-8722.
Home school
group meets
The Bushnell Home School
Group meets the second
Monday of every month at 10
a.m. at the Kenny Dixon
Sports Complex in Bushnell.
If you want information
about home schooling or just
need some home school
friends, please join us.
For more information, call
Marty at 793-4367.
BES Advisory
Council meets
The School Advisory
Council approved a calendar
for meetings at 6 p.m.
Monday, Nov. 27, Feb. 5, and
April 9.
Wi-Fi access
available
The Villages Public Library
now offers free Wi-Fi access.
Patrons may bring their own
Wi-Fi-enabled laptop to the
library to access the Internet
or check their e-mail.
The Villages Public Library,
a branch of the Sumter County
Library System, is at 325
Belvedere Boulevard in The
Villages.
Hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Monday, Wednesday and
Friday, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday, and 9.
a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. Call
the library at (352) 259-5739.


Caring adults
needed
Hospice of Lake and
Sumter needs caring adult
and teen volunteers (grades 9
to 12) to assist in a variety of
ways. Adults can help
patients/families, provide
transportation, work in the
offices, and much more. Teens
can assist field or office staff
and help on special projects.
No medical background need-
ed. Full training and special
benefits provided. Details:
Lisa Gray, 352-742-6806.
Language
classes
The Bushnell Public
Library now has tutors avail-
able to help those learning the
English language. Free
English-language classes for
adults are offered at the
Bushnell Public Library, 402
N. Florida St., behind the
Bushnell water tower. For
information, call 793-8274.
Alzheimer's
help
The Alzheimer's Family
Organization has a program to
assist caregivers of dementia
and Alzheimer's disease suf-
ferers called the Wanderers
Identification Program. This
program provides the person
with memory disorder with an
identifying bracelet or pen-
dant with a code number and
direct telephone number to
the participating sheriff's
department. If the person
should become lost or wander
from home, they can be easily
identified through a shared
database that houses essen-
tial patient information and
caregiver contacts. Call the
Alzheimer's Family
Organization office for full
details at 727-848-8888 or toll


free at 888-496-8004.
10-year
class reunion
Wildwood High School
Class of 1997 is in the process
of planning a 10-year Class
Reunion, to take place next
year. Volunteers are needed to
help in planning. Additionally,
we are looking to hear from
classmates we have not locat-
ed. Please contact either
Chiquita Small-Bradley at
(201) 863-2111 or (email to:
chiquitasmall@hotmail.com.)
or Greg Ellis at (352) 303-3226.
DCF
volunteers
Help in the effort to protect
abused and neglected chil-
dren in Sumter County. The
Florida Department of
Children and Families is
seeking volunteers who are
willing to donate their time to
operate a copy machine, file
important documents, and/or
route phone calls to our office
staff. If that sounds like you,
call Amber Sillery at (352) 330-
2162, Ext. 4058.
Jazzercise
classes
Jazzercise (exercise to
music) is available at 5:45 p.m.
on Monday, Tuesdays and
Thursday and at 5:30 p.m. on
Wednesday. The group meets
at the First United Methodist
Church of Bushnell. For more
information, contact instruc-
tor Patty Jordan at 793-9430.
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emergency bills will be paid
on second and fourth Fridays
at 320 E. Dade Ave. in
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THURSDAY, NOV. 9
Candle-lighting ceremony
Alzheimer's Family Organi-
zation will light "candles of
care" to remember and honor
those affected by Alzheimer's
disease or other dementia as
part of National Commem-
orative Candle Lighting, an
annual event sponsored by
the Alzheimer's Foundation of
America (AFA).
The public is invited to the
ceremony at 7 p.m. Thursday,
Nov. 9, at the Church on the
Square in Spanish Springs,
1051 Main St., The Villages.
For more information, call
Carol McCarthy at (352) 454-
8303.
Computer Societymeets
The Lake-Sumter Computer
Society is featuring two
hour-long presentations at its
Nov. 9 meeting.
At 2:15 p.m., Col. Bob
Hedgcock, U.S. Army Ret.,
will tell us how to use comput-
ers to plan a family reunion.
Then at 3:30 p.m., Embarq's
Chris Young will present the
unique features of Embarq's
high-speed internet access.
The meetings are in the
Lecture Hall on the Leesburg
Campus of the Lake-Sumter
Community College, 9501
U.S. Highway 441, Leesburg.
Visitors are welcome.
Admission is free.
Visit or call (352) 357-3943.
Democratic Women meet
The Tri-County Democratic
Women's Club will meet at the
Sumter sheriff's annex on 466.
We will view the DVD "Why
We Fight" concerning the
American military complex.
The club invites women to
join us and help make the
Democratic Party stronger.
There will be a social time


with refreshments at 9:30 a.m.
followed by the meeting at 10
a.m.
For information, call (352)
750-9267.
SATURDAY, NOV. 11
125years forAAUW
Nationwide, the American
Association of University
Women is celebrating its 125th
year this month.
The Lake/Sumter branch of
this organization, recognizing
this milestone in AAUW's long
history of working for equity
for all women and girls, will
present "Teaching Tolerance"
at the monthly meeting, to be
held at 9:30 a.m.
This is a breakfast meeting,
and will be held at the
Fruitland Park Community
Building, west of City Hall, on
Berckman Street.
The cost of the full break-
fast, to be catered by TooJay's,
is $10.
Call in your reservation to
Diane Jacobson at (352) 750-
0032 or e-mail her at chasand-
di@earthlinknet, even if you
wish to attend without break-
fast.
Checks may be mailed to
her at 755 Mallory Hill Drive,
The Villages, FL 32162.
MONDAY, NOV. 13
Care council meets
The Area 13 Family Care
Council will meet from 10 a.m.
to noon at the Wildwood DCF
office, 1601 W Gulf Atlantic
Hwy (SR44).
All persons interested in
issues of those with
Developmental Disabilities
and their families are encour-
aged to attend.
For more information, call
Melinda Brown at 352-748-
0552.


Central Healthy Start
A Central Healthy Start
board meeting will be at 9 a.m.
at the Sumter County Health
Department in the conference
room. This meeting is free and
open to the general public. All
interested individuals are
invited to attend. Immediately
following a brief board meet-
ing, coalition staffwill present
the Annual Action Plan
Update.
For more details, call
Rhonda Brown, associate
planner, at (352) 313-6500,
extension 119.
Avian flu seminar
The Sumter County Health
Department will present a
program on avian influenza at
the following locations:
The Villages Public Library
at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 14,
and Bushnell Public Library
at 10:30 a.m.
The public is invited. For
more information on avian
flu, contact Andrea Carlson,
training consultant, Sumter
County Health Department, or
visit Pandemicflu.gov.
THURSDAY, NOV. 16
Ombudsmen meet
The Withlacoochee Long-
Term Care Ombudsman
Council will meet at 12:30 p.m.
at 1582 County Road 459, Lake
Panasoffkee (West Meeting
Room).
The Withlacoochee Long-
Term Care Ombudsman
Council is a part of Florida's
Long-Term Care Ombudsman
Program. The council is made
up of local ombudsmen whose
goal is to improve the quality
of life and care of residents of
long-term care facilities,
including nursing homes,
assisted living facilities, adult


Adult education offers computer class


The Sumter Adult
Education Center is offering a
beginner/intermediate com-
puter class beginning in


November
The class will be from 6:30
to 9:30 p.m. Tuesday and
Thursday evenings.


Call 793-5719 for more
information or come to the
Sumter Center, in
Sumterville, to enroll.


family care homes, and skilled
nursing units in area hospi-
tals.
Individuals may call (352)
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SATURDAY, NOV. 18
Cops and Kids fun
The City of Webster is spon-


scoring Cops and Kids
Community Fun Day from 1 to
3 p.m. at the Sam Harris
Ballpark, County Road 478.
The event includes a variety
of entertainment and speak-
ers, including the world's
youngest monster truck driv-
er, Steven Hill, and his famous
4x4 Monkey-n-Around.
The theme of the event is
"Don't let drugs crush your
future." All activities, games,
refreshments and contests are
free to children.


TUESDAY NOV. 21
Interagency Council meets
There will be a Sumter
County Interagency Council
meeting at the new location at
IHOP on State Road 44 in
Wildwood on Tuesday, Nov. 21,
because of Thanksgiving.
The meeting starts at 11:30
a.m. and continues during
lunch. Anyone interested in
social and health issues in
Sumter County is welcome.
For information, call
Bonnie Reidy at 728-6661.


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County Extension Office clerk, helped out with the agency's annual 4-H apple sale. The sale is
the main fundraiser for the county 4-H clubs and they nearly doubled their order this year,
through a new location in The Villages. Sumter County 4-H'ers sold 173 bushels of the apples,
with a profit of $1,500. The apples come from an orchard in Doylestown, Ohio every year as part
of a fundraiser started by Pinellas County 4-H. They send apple order forms to everyone who
ordered the previous year, and put notices in the newspapers, beginning in July, for the October
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Compared to last week: Slaughter cows and bulls were steady to 1.00 lower; feeder steers and heifers were 2.00 to 4.00 lower.
Supply was heavy, demand was moderate.
Flesh conditionF Thin and very thin.
Feeder steers and heifers: under 600 Ibs 79 percent, (40 percent steers, 39 percent heifers), over 600 Ibs. 2 percent (2 percent
steers, percent heifers).
Slaughter cows and bulls: 16 percent. Replacement cows: 3 percent.


Slaughter Cows Breaker 75-80%
Wt. Range Avg. Wt. Price Range Avg. Price
1235-1345 1293 39,50-45.00 41.77


Slaughter Cows Boner 80.85%
Wt. Range Avg. Wt. Price Range
815-1160 1011 42.00-47.00
1250-1555 1369 43.5048.00
1610-1975 1694 45.00-49.00
Slaughter Cows Lean 85.90%
Wt. Range Avg. Wt. Price Range
735-780 763 34.00-36.00'
.845-1175 1007 38.0042.00
805-1170 969 31.00-37.00
Slaughter Bulls Y.G.1
Wt. Range Avg. WI. Price Range
1115-1400 1224 49.00-52.00
1050-1470 1255 43.00-48.00
1595-2260 2049 50.00-56.00
1510-1860 1642 40.0044.00


Avg. Price
44.27
45.35
46.66
Avg. Price
35.02 Low Dressing
S39.34
33.89 Low Dressing
Avg.Price
50.20
46.07 Low Dressing
52.33
42.36 Low Dressing


Feeder Steers and Bulls Medium and Large 1-2
Wt. Range Avg.Wt. Price Range Avg. Price
275-200 278 132.00-134.00 132.99
300-340 316 120.00-122,00 121.24

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370-385 380 116.00-120.00 117.35
400440 415 103.00-110.00 107.71
450-465 457 102.00-108.00 104.31
511-520. 512 89.00-91.00 89.25
575-580 579 86.00-86.50 86.43
605-644 638 85.00-86.00 85.86
Feeder Steers and Bulls Medium and Large 2-3
Wt. Range Avg. Wt. PriceRange Avg. Price
205-245 227 120.00-140.00 129.31
255-295 274 118.00-128.00 124.68
305-345 332 108.00-118.00 113.27
350-395 379 104.00-114.00 106.46
400-445 427 90.00-98.00 94.74
450-485 459 90.00-97.00 93.48
500-540 520 80.00-88.00 84.53
555-595 576 80.00-85.00 81.73
625-645 635 81.00-84.00 82,52
670-695 687 75.00-80.00 78.31


Feeder Steers and Bulls Small 1.2
Wt. Range Avg. Wt. Price Range
305-340 324 102.00-110.00
355-395 371 90.00-100.00
415-440 433 80.00-90.00
450485 470 77.00-87.00
Feeder Heifers Medium and Large 1-2
Wt. Range Avg. Wt. Price Range
300-345 323 108.00-116.00
350-395 367 102.00-109.00'
400-435 416 90.00-97.00
450485 462 89.00-100.00
500-545 525 83.00-86.00


Avg. Price
106.39
97.54
87.01
82.48
Avg. Price
111.26
105.94
93.55
92.27
84.36


Feeder Heifers Medium and Large 2-3
Wt. Range Avg. WI. Price Range
200-235 218 118.00-120.00
255-290 281 108.00-118.00
300-335 320 100.00-108.00
360-393 377 90.00-100.00
400445 425 80.00-88.00
450-495 475 80.00-89.00
505-545 528 74.00-82.00
560-595 581 74.00-83.00
Feeder Heifers Small 1-2
Wt. Range Avg. Wt, Price Range
250-285 271 98.00-106.00
310-340 327 85.00-97.00
380-395 387 80.00-89.00
435-445 440 72.00-76.00


Avg. Price
119.08
113.78
104.30
92.73
85.37
84.17
77.13
79.51
Avg, Price
101.85
90.48
86.42
74.34


Bred Cows Medium and Large 1-2
Wt. Range Avg. Wt. Price Range Avg. Price
810-1185 1004 49.00-74.00 56.79 4-6 Months Bred
1200-1440 1290 43.00-56.00 49.77 4-6 Months Bred
Cow-Calf Pairs Medium and Large 1-2
Wt. Range Avg. Wt. Price Range Avg. Price
1095-1195 1145 450.00-770.00 616.99
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Pet industry results in multi-billion-dollar business


he pet industry is a multi-
billion-dollar business.
Estimates include veteri-
nary care, grooming, boarding,
pet food and treats,
and toys and acces- -
sories. Pet lovers are
spending record
amounts on their
furry family members
to keep them healthy
and happy
On a recent RV
vacation, I realized
that the multi billion-
dollar estimate has .
overlooked another
area where people Lii
are spending money GRl
for the comfort and -""
convenience of their
pets. From Florida to Virginia, in
every campground that we stayed
in, at least 50 percent of the peo-
ple are traveling with their pets.
And a good many of them are
traveling with multiple pets.
Now you may ask what this has
to do with spending related
specifically to pets.
What I have learned from
meeting so many pet-friendly
people is that the vehicle they are
driving was bought to accommo-
date their pet(s).
: Just think of it, the kids are
grown and we are finally able to
get that sporty little car we always
dreamed of having. But instead,
we are driving mini vans, or over-
sized trucks that our furry com-
panions will be comfortable in..
And if that is not enough (and


thank goodness I am not the only
one who has done this), people
are buying and trading their RV's
for the sole purpose that their
pets can travel in
- comfort and style. I
believe we came
across the ultimate
example of this when
we met an interesting
couple at the KOA
Natural Bridge
campground in
SVirginia.
We spent a pleas-
ant evening by the
campfire with
IDA Dwayne and Lisa
VES Jones who travel with
their four pet ferrets.
Having ferrets for
several years has made Dwayne
and Lisa very knowledgeable
about their fun and active clan.
When they decided to travel, they
had every intention of bringing
the ferrets along. That is when
their search for the perfect RV
started.
After going through several
different RV's, the couple
believes they finally found the
perfect one that suits, their
unique family. They now own a 37
foot Toy Hauler with a slide-out
living room.
What makes this RV so special
is that instead of -hauling
Dwayne's motorcycle, they.have
converted the toy hauler portion
of the RV into a play area and liv-
ing quarters for their four ferrets,
Samantha, Rosie, Farley and


Ranier.
Ok so we are all a little
bonkers about our pets. But so
what! We also seem to be the most
considerate and friendly group of
people. We enjoy sharing stories
about our furry companions
while meeting new people at
each different destination.
So there you have it! Our furry
family members have never had
it so good. As more and more peo-
ple enjoy traveling with their
pets, RVs and campgrounds as
well as hotels and restaurants are
becoming more pet friendly to
accommodate a new generation
of pet lovers. Our northern visi-
tors are starting to arrive in our
county. I hope we can show them
that we are a pet-friendly com-
munity by our commissioners vot-
ing "Yes" to "Doggie Dining."
This is a win/win vote: It gives
establishments the choice to par-
ticipate in allowing their patrons
the opportunity to dine outside
with their dogs.
The choice is left up to each
individual establishment, and the
dining is al fresco (outside) only.
So people who choose not to dine
near a pet can eat indoors or
choose a restaurant that is not
participating in "Doggie Dining".
Voting "Yes" to "Doggie
Dining" is all about freedom of
choice. And wouldn't be nice for
Sumter County to have apet -
riendly reputation?
After all, we want our northern
visitors to come back next year,
don't we?


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The Veterinary Trauma Center of Groveland is a new, high-tech facility designed
for sick or injured dogs and cats. Located in Groveland across from Hardees'
restaurant, the center offers pet surgery, medical services, critical care, radiographic
and laboratory diagnostics.
Orthopedics, reconstructive, general and electrosurgery are routinely provided, as
are contrast radiography, ultrasonography, and endoscopy. Internal medical services
include GI, cardiac, renal and cancer care. 24 hour patient monitoring is also
available. In'order to focus on the task at hand, wellness care, routine checkups,
boarding or grooming are not offered.
Many in the community thought the practice would just be a night-only
emergency clinic, but it is actually a daytime practice for small animal surgical and
medical care. The emergency aspect of the practice is an additional benefit available
after hours and weekends as a doctor-on-call service. For info call 352-429-7707.
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Thoughts about health care


BRENDA LOCKLEAR/Sumter County Times
75 Chrome Shop owner Debbie Farkus is shown accepting a plaque from Sumter Sheriff Bill
Farmer (left) and Mike Blanton of Wheelin' Sportsmen. Blanton heads up the sportsman organi-
zation, which helps people with disabilities experience sports adventures. For example, local res-
ident Josh Strickland enjoyed a deer hunt within this year. The organization is part of the National
Wild Turkey Federation. The 75 Chrome Shop was one of the organizations to help with funding


I believe I have said before
that my wife is a volunteer
in the VA Clinic in
Leesburg, therefore
I am always hearing
about problems
they have at the
clinic. You and I
both know you
should see your
doctor at least once
a year to maintain
good health.
The following are
some suggestions to
get the most out of
your visit, whether WIL
it be once a year or POL
several times a
year.
Be prepared:
Organize your questions,
records, thoughts and goals.
Be specific: Write down
your symptoms, how you feel,
any lifestyle changes, new
diet, stressful event. Is it con-
stant or does it come and go,
and does anyone else in the
family have it?
List your medicines:


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Include over-the-counter
medicines, jot down doses
and how often you take them.
Give the whole
truth: Tell your doc-
tor if you smoke,
drink too much
alcohol or eat too
much. If it embar-
rass you, say so, and
do it anyway.
Remember, what
you tell your
Provider is private
and they need to
have a complete
picture of your con-
.IAM edition.
tURN Listen and fol-
low: Listen closely
to your provider
and if you don't understand
something, ask your doctor to
repeat it.
Bring a friend or relative:
Someone who can help you
remember your doctor's
advice and instructions.
Prioritize your topics: That
way your most important top-
ics are covered first. If you


need extra time, tell the office
and get a second appoint-
ment. Don't try to cram too
many topics into one appoint-
ment
Keep good records: This
can help your doctor diagnose
your condition. Let the VA
staff help you. They are often
able to give you help and
advice right away.
Understand what your eligi-
bility level covers: This can
avoid billing problems later.
A trusting relationship with
your provider is one of the
most important aspects of
your health care program. To
help it flourish, use these tips
to help make each visit worth-
while.
A man and his wife were sit-
ting in their living room, talk-
ing. He said to her, "Just so you
know, I never want to live in a
vegetative state, dependent
on some machine and fluids
from a bottle. If that ever hap-
pens just pull the plug." She
got up and unplugged the TV
and threw out all his beer.


even
ts. District to treat Lake Panasoffkee
Master Gardener group recognized
District to treat water Reward Treatment areas will used for drink d


The UF/IFAS Sumter
County Extension Master
Gardener Group was recog-
nized at the.recent Master
Gardener Conference in
Jacksonville.
The Sumter Master
Gardeners received an award
for their newsletter. The
Sumter Gardener. receiving



Reading,



growing


together

Parents. grandparents, and
caregivers are invited to
learn about the benefits of
reading to their children and
practical tips on how to share
the joy of reading with their
baby. toddler, or preschooler.
This program will be held
throughout the Sumter
County Library System.
Participants will receive
free books to share with their
children at home and an
expanded follow-up activity
guide.
Drawings for door prizes
will be held and light refresh-
ments will be served..
Saturday, Nov. 11, 10 a.m. -
E.C. Rowell Public Library (in
Webster);
Saturday, Nov. 18, 10 a.m. -
Villages Public Library;
Saturday, Nov. 18, 12:30
p.m. Coleman Public
Library;
Tuesday, Nov. 28, 6 p.m. -
Panasoffkee Community
Library;
Saturday, Dec. 2, 10:30 a.m.
- AA Young Sr. Library (in
Royal).

Technologies

is the topic

of meeting

.David B. Whittle, author of
"Cyberspace: The Human
Dimension" and named by
Working Woman Magazine as
"one of America's most origi-
nal technological thinkers,"
will be the featured speaker
at the Nov. 16, 3:30 p.m. meet-
ing of the Lake-Sumter
Computer Society in the
Lecture Hall of the Lake-
Sumter Community College,
9501 U.S. Highway 441,
Leesburg.
Dave's topic will. be
"Whittle's Picks for the
Digital Home Quality
Technologies and Products
Anyone Can Use."
Mr. Whittle will demon-
strate or introduce products
of general appeal to computer-
users; including hidden gems
from companies around the
world with outstanding, inno-
vative technologies, including
muvee", iSeeMedia, Zip*
Linq, and Invisus. There will
be a question and answer
period as well as door prizes
and special product offers.
Visitors are welcome; admis-
sion is free. www.lscs.us, 352-
357-3943


first place in the Newsletter
Competition.
The Sumter Gardener is
written by local Master
Gardeners and includes plant
information, photos and arti-
cles of interest to gardeners.
This newsletter is mailed free
of charge and is published
quarterly.


Any Sumter County resi-
dent who is interested in
receiving the award-winning
Sumter Gardener, is urged to
call the Sumter County
Extension Office to be placed
on the mailing list. The tele-
phone number is 793-2728 and
e-mail address is:
sumteir@iifas.ufl.edu.


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hyacinth and water lettuce on
Lake Panasoffkee
The Southwest Florida
Water Management District
will treat water hyacinth and
water lettuce on the west
shoreline and canals of Lake
Panasoffkee Nov. 13-15.
Treatment involves using
the aquatic herbicide


be posted with warning signs
displaying treatment dates
and applicable restrictions.
Restrictions on Reward
include no livestock watering
for one day and no irrigation
of crops for five days or lawn
and ornamental plants for one
day.
Treated water should not be


ay


Restrictions do not apply to
tap or well water.
Water hyacinth is a trouble-
some aquatic plant from
South America that was:
brought to Florida in the late
1800s.
For information, call 352-
796-7211 or 800-423-1476, Ext,
4537.
r.


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in the Park


The Lake Panasoffkee Community Library held their annual Halloween-in-the-Park
and costume contest at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 31. Some of the winners were:
Taylor Rackley, Kendall Clark, Christina Bolitto, Andrew Suddath, Charlie Beth
Havens and Lindsey Evans.


The Lake Panasoffkee Community Library held their annual
Halloween-in-the-Park and costume contest at 6:30 p.m. on
Tuesday, Oct. 31. Nancy Kinder was one of two winners in the
adult category.


The Lake Panasoffkee Community Library held their annual Halloween-in-the-Park and costume contest at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday,
Oct. 31. Some of the winners were: Joseph Havens, Onica Crown, Ramona Woods.


The Lake Panasoftkee Community Library held their annual
Haol-ween-in-the-Park and costume contest at 6:30 p.m. on'.
Tuesday, Oct. 31. Some of the winners were: Donovan Daugherty,


The Lake Panasoffkee Community Library held their annual Halloween-in-
the-Park and costume contest at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 31. Winners of
the infant to toddler category were: Eric Atherton, Emily Lovett Ray and
Dawson Branic.


The Lake Panasoffkee Community Library held their annual Halloween-
in-the-Park and costume contest at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 31. Some
of the winners were: Zoe Morris as half devil and half angel, Caden
Denham and Natalie Sanders as pepper and Faige Coleman as salt.


The Lake Panasoffkee Community Library
held their annual Halloween-in-the-Park and
costume contest at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday,
Oct. 31. Jeannette Young was one of the
adult winners.


The Lake Panasoffkee Community Library held their annual Halloween-in-the-Park and costume The Lake Panasoffkee Community Library held their annual Halloween-in-the-Park and costume
contestat 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 31. Some of the winners were: amantha Millet, Bandon contest at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 31. Some of the winners were Jessica Chin-Shue, Brandon
Suddath, TorVann.Jones, Kyrah Broome.
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Su oois &u e ADAMS



Wild game cookout. at The Villages


Several years ago Sumter month of August and most of
County Sheriff Bill September so it was decided
Farmer approached me that as soon as possible after I
with the idea that he and I returned home Sheriff
donate a Florida Farmer and I would
Cracker style wild put the cookout on
game cook out to and besides the
benefit the afternoons during
American Cancer late September
Society at the annu- should be a lot cool-
al Cattleman's Ball er.
that was to be held Now folks, to put
at the Villages in on a real Florida
the North end of Cracker style cook
Sumter County. out and preparing
I assured the the several species
sheriff that I would of wild game, you
be more than glad JAMIE can best believe is a
to give him a help- ADAMS major undertaking
ing hand and as a but with the sher-
rule I usually had iff's help along with
several varieties of wild game his wife Linda and my Shug
,in the freezer that I had taken the job is really a piece of
during the preceding year cake.
while on hunting trips I had First of all you have to have
been on and generally I need- decent cuts of meat and the
ed some freezer space so what meat must be prepared right
better way to make room in my after it is skinned. Deer hams
freezers for the next up-com- for instance should never be
ing hunting seasons bounty cut up with a saw. This method
than to donate a portion of the gets the bone particles in the
game meat to a very worthy choice meat and worse yet the
cause. meat grain is going all which
As it turned out the cook out way
was auctioned off and as The right way to cut up a
promised the sheriff and I deer ham is to separate all of
cooked up a feast fit for a king the muscles and then cut them
with more that ten kinds of across the grain. Never cut
wild game prepared in the any wild game or any other
way that native Florida kind of meat with the grain or
Crackers have always cooked, you may have some meat that
Well that first cookout is tough as whip leather. Every
turned out to be a big hit with speck of white membrane and
the folks who purchased it and sinew should be removed as
the word got out and around these not only add to the
so subsequently the cook out toughness but also affect the
has been auctioned off for a natural flavor of the meat
tidy price each year since. For Mike and Trish's cook-
This year Mike and Trish out we served deer taken from
Pate of the Villages bought the Georgia that was deep fried
wild game cook out at the Florida Cracker style. We also
Cattlemen's Ball after which served wild turkey breast cut
Mike and Trish conversed up into thumb size chunks and
with the sheriff as to a good deep fried, as well as generous
date for the cook out and Sept. portions of the breast having
30 was settled on. been slow grilled on a char-
We could not do the event coal and wild cherry wood
any sooner as I had a long fire.
planned hunting and fishing Along with the deer and
trip out west scheduled for the wild turkey we served a rich


Mike and Trish Pate from the Village host a wild game cookout put on by Sheriff Bill Farmer and Jamie Adams they purchased at
the Cattlemen's Ball to benefit the American Cancer Society.


and thick elk back strap bur-
gundy that Shug prepares with
a special recipe. The elk was
from the high county of North
Idaho. We had grilled gator
tail from Lake Okeechobee.
Wood duck also referred to as
summer duck and squealers
breast from Lake Kissimmee
wrapped in smoked pepper
bacon around a generous
piece ofjalapefio pepper were
on the menu to boot.
Black bear meatballs from
Idaho simmered in a thick
muskadine wild grape sauce.
The smothered fried frogs legs
came from the marshes sur-
rounding Lake Panasoffkee.


We also prepared grilled
pheasant breast from Iowa
along with a greatbigcrockpot
of black beans seasoned with
smoked ham hocks using
Shug's secret recipe. We also
had wild hog taken in Sumter
County. The wild hog was a
barrow that I had cut several
months ago and had been
feeding on water oak acorns
for over a month. The bar hog
weighed in at about a 125.
pounds and I slow cooked the
back strap and tenderloin for
six hours on a black jack wood
bed of coals. Incidentally any
game that has been eating
acorns will be at its peak when


it comes to fitting table fare.
That is especially true for
deer.
Anyhow the cookout prepa-
rations turned out great and at
the very last minute Sheriff
Farmer and his wife, Linda,
had to take off for Georgia as
their first grandchild, a baby
girl, came a little early.
I quickly asked Joe
Strickland, a long time close
friend and mayor of Bushnell
who is his own right is a fine
cook, to come to my rescue
and help me with the cookout
With his help the cookout
came off perfectly, without a
hitch and right on time.


From the reports I have
received from Trish, she and
Mike along with their invited
guests, really enjoyed the
cookout and have plans to try
and out bid the other folks at
the next Cattlemen's Ball and
have it again next year.
Trish, I must add, along with
being a very beautiful and
graceful hostess is herself a
native Florida Cracker and
was very familiar with the
wild game dishes we pre-
pared. The sheriff and I along
with Linda, Shug and Joe
Strickland really enjoyed put-
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and Mike.


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Country Musicfest/Celebracion

Viva Leesburg coming up


Ready, set, step live and
in person in downtown
Leesburg are Mel McDaniel
and Sawyer Brown.
Hosted by the Romac
Lumber and Supply, Inc., the
two-day event is touted as a
salute to the working people
of Central Florida.
The fun begins Friday, Nov.
17 with the Johnny Bulford
Band and the Showdown
Band, both slated to open up
at 7 p.m.
The Showdown Band will
be on the Bud Stage, while
The Johnny Bulford Band
will be on the Towne Square
Stage, opening up for Mel
McDaniel, who's set from 9
p.m. until 11 p.m.
On Saturday, Nov. 18, on
the Bud Stage, Ripcord takes
the stage from 11 a.m. to 3
p.m., followed by Brooks
Vaughn, from 3:30 p.m. to 7
p.m. and the Point Blank
Band from 8:30 p.m. to 11
p.m.
Meanwhile, back at the
Romac Lumber Towne
Square Stage, Jeff Hurst
plays from 11 a.m. to 12:30
p.m.; Cutler Spur takes over
from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. and
the Patrick Gibson Baid
from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The Johnny Bulford Band


returns to the Towne Square
Stage at 5 p.m. and plays until
the fest hosts a Daisy Duke
and Hottest Cowboy Contest
at 6 p.m.
Jim Van Fleet and the
Reign are slated to play from
7:15 p.m. to 8:45 p.m. and
then Sawyer Brown takes the
stage from 9:30 p.m. to 11 p.m.


On Sunday, Nov. 19, the
rhythms change, but music is
still the game as Celebracion
Viva Leesburg takes place.
From noon on Sunday until
7 p.m., the event will include
four bands and authentic
Mexican music.
For more information, call
352-365-0053.


Leesburg Main Street


Christmas House open


The Main Street Christmas
House is open for business
this year, as November opens
up and December rolls
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The house officially opened
on Saturday, Oct. 28 and will
remain open until Saturday,
Dec. 9, except Thanksgiving
Day.
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Bachelors and
Associates level
positions available.
Experience required.
Please submit salary
req. Full benefits pkg
DFWP/EOE Fax or
e-mail resume to
HR, the Centers, Inc.,
(352) 291-5580
iobs@thecenters.us
For more Into visit
www.fhecenters.us


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Life
Coaches

the Centers
is has positions
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In Marion & Citrus
Counties with exp.
working w/ the
persistently,
chronically mentally IIl
population in a new
program designed to
assist clients in
achieving resilience &
recovery as well as
help them gain
employment & live
independently in the
community. Degreed
& non-degreed
positions available
(Supervisors,
Counselors,
Coaches).
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the Centers
is seeking a
Supervisor for our
Adult Substance
Abuse/Outpatient
program.
Must have a Master's
degree in Human
Services discipline
with 3 yrs related exp
& 2 yrs supervisory
exp. Duties include
program
development &
implementation
while assuring patient
continuity of care
and compliance with
agency, 65D-30,
JCAHO, and
Medicaid standards
& state or contract
requirements.
Please submit salary
req. Full benefits pkg
DFWP/EOE Fax or
e-mail resume to
HR, the Centers, Inc.,,-
(352) 291-5580,
lobs@thecenters.us
For more info visit
www.thecenters.us


COUNSELOR
Minimum
requirements 4 yrs
experience with AA,
2 yrs experience with
BA. Position
located at Sumter
Correctional
in Bushnell. Salary
$24,000. Fax resume
to 850-522-1534 or
mall to: UP, Inc. P.O.
Box 206 PC, Fl. 32402
or email
sheliarand@aol.com







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Do you enjoy solving
problems?
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Want to work part
time?
This may be thejob for you.
You
wodd work lateafter-
noons/
early evenings talking
to
customers to
rese sece issuesand
being
evolved In sales of news-
paper
subscriptions.
Sound like something
you'd like to do?
Call 563-3256
and speak to
Kathie stewart.


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AGENT
Experienced 220 or
440 licensed agent
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CABLE TV
INSTALLER

Top $ paid for video,
phone & data install-
ers in Leesburg area.
Truck or van required.
Employee based; full
benefits, OT, mileage,
cell & 401K. Exp. pref.
800-780-9181


Class A CDL Truck
Driver Wanted
Local, daily runs,
some route
deliveries
Apply in person
Hillandale LLC -
Bushnell Division 9565
CR 476-B
Across from Sumter
Correctional Facility

ELECTRICIANS
NEEDED
Must have own tools &
drivers license. Call Ken
days or eves,
(352) 465-7111


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TRAINING FOR
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Graders, Scrapers
& Excavators

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866-448-3413
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OPERATOR
NEEDED
Relief Driver for Potaf
toilet route, roll off
route, heavy equip-
ment operator.
Fax Resume To:
352-568-0110


SEASONAL
POSITIONS
Earn holiday pay while
helping others.
Variable days & hours
in Sumter County.
For more Info call:
Salvation Army
(352)568-2284


Education
Coordinator

For after-school youth
educational enrich-
ment program,
Leesburg location.
Certified teacher or
education major
preferred. Must be
capable of working
with many children
simultaneously. 15-20
hours per week
between
2:30pm 6pm.
$12-14 per hour.
Fax resume to
352-787-5258.
Fax resume to:
352-787-5258.


Technology
Coordinator

Two positions
available for
after-school youth
educational enrich-
ment program
(Leesburg & Eustis
areas). Extensive
computer knowl-
edge; hardware &
networking capability
preferred. Must be
able to provide
computer activities
for youth between
the ages of 5-18;
curriculum provided.
15 20 hours per
week between
2:30pm 6pm. Salary
range $12 14 per
hour. Fax resume to:
352-787-5258.


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sales position,
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days. Fun job!
Must have sales
experience, be
organized and
self-motivated. Local,
established publishing
company needs you.
Send your resume to:
chronicleoline.com
Or Fax to:
352-564-2935


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Part time to supervise
International high
school exchange
students & recruit host
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(800) 264-0948 or email:
wise@wlsefoundation.
coam FCAN

TEAMS NEEDED. Home
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w/HAZMAT. TOP PAY &
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www.Armelllnl.com
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milesI 95% no touch
Preplanned freight $.43
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(800) 441-4953
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Financing available
w/$7,500 down,
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Stump Grinding
Trimming & Removal
Bert Lovett
(352)303-3878


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Low Down/ E-Z
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(800) 937-1603 www.
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Johnston: AU3449,
Mauk: AU3447.
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NC. Sat. Nov. 18, 2pm
Iron Horse Auction
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ironhorseauction.com/
(800) 997-2248
NCAL #3936 FCAN
Developers Closeout
AUCTION- 12/2/06
14 Residential Condo-
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Beach, FL. Financing
and Online Bidding
available 2% Broker
Cooperation www.
fisherauction.com
L. Fisher AU93; AB106
(800) 331-6620 ext 16. In
Cooperation with Lauro

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20 colors in stock with
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Delivery available.
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25'x40'x12' $4,800.
40'x60'x16' $12,800.
Front end optional.
Other sizes available.
Pioneer. (800) 668-5422
FCAN
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keyboard, mouse &
speakers with Gateway
Computer $225,
(352) 793-3403
After 3PM




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6 ml. W. from 301
Bushnell, Lost? Call
352-457-6444
Bushnell
Nov. 10& l, 8am-3pm
5736 CR 634 N.
Across from Bushnell
Sawmill on hwy 48 West

Fri, Sat. Furniture, house-
hold Items, 16' Boat
CR 751 1 ml. west of
TARRYTOWN
352-303-6158
LAKE PANASOFFKEE
2 Family Sale
Fri, & Sat, 8-4
H.H. Items & Antiques
2126 CR 4288
PARKWIDE YARD SALE
Florilow Oaks RV Park
2 mi North of Bushnell
on 301.
Nov 18, 7-Noon
Webster
Fri & Sat 8-?
Multi-Family Sale,
7527 CR 772
WILDWOOD
ARBOR VILLAGE
NURSING FACILITY
Fri., Nov. 10th 8-2
"To benefit residents!"
(Behind Facility)




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doors and almond
toilet, complete.
$30 for alL
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1- 9x7 garage door,
2 vents,4" concrete slab
Installed $10,595

30x30x9 (2:12 Pitch)
2- 9x7 garage doors,2 vents,
I entry door, 4" concrete slab
Installed $15,995

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I entry door, 4" concrete slab
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321-303-0T53
A MUST SEE!
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Call for more info
352-621-9181
HOMELAND
Buy this Spec
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room, 2,000 sq ft. Deck,
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warranty. Great
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qualifyin erson.
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2/2 56' 1985 $14,995.00
55+ Seniors Only Park
130 S Suncoast Blvd
(352)795-9049




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SUMTERVILLE
Small efficiency
1-person apt, sat TV,
pool, patio, quiet,
private, secure,
Ist/last/ sec
(352) 793-8298




Wildwood
3 or 4 Bdrm 2 Baths,
washer, dryer &
dishwasher $1,100. mo.
first & security deposit
(321) 229-4595




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NOTICE:
All real estate
advertising in this
newspaper Is subject
to Fair Housing Act
which makes it Illegal
to advertise "any
preference, limita-
tion or discrimination
based on race, color,
religion, sex, handi-
cap, familial status or
national origin, or an
Intention, to make
such preference, limi-
tation or discrimlria-
tion." Familial status
includes children un-
der the age of 18
living with parents or
legal custodians,
pregnant women
and people securing
custody of children
under 18.
This newspaper will
not knowingly accept
any advertising for
real estate which is in
violation of the law.
Our readers are
hereby informed that
all dwellings
advertised in this
newspaper are avail-
able on an equal
opportunity basis.
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discrimination call
HUD toll-free at
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frontage. 3/2 125' lake
frontage; 80' canal
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mountalnrealty.com
Call for free brochure.
(800) 841-5868 FCAN
VA MOUNTAIN LOG
CABIN unfinished Inside,
view, trees, private,
large creek and river
nearby, $139,500 owner
(866) 789-8535 FCAN


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$99,900. Pay NO closing
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potential, excellent
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1.9 Acres. Barn, well,
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$85K PM Properties
(407) 469-4700




GULF HAMMOCK
3 Lots, Total Approx.
300 X 100, power, well,
shed. Off US 19 $35,000
352-489-7180/535-5269


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$99,900 239 feet of US
Corp Frontage on
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Merchantable timber,
great views,
$3,000 per acre.
Iron Horse Properties
(800) 997-2248 FCAN
23+ ACRES, Lake
access, $124,900
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beautiful mountain
views Other lake
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$12,900 available!
Call (866) 950-5263 Ext.
1792 FCAN
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Acre mountain estate.
Heavily wooded with
stream. EZ Financing-
$49,900 (800) 230-6380,
ext. 120 FCAN
, COASTAL GEORGIA-
New, Pre-Construction
Golf Community. Large
lots & condos
w/deepwater, marsh,
golf, nature views.
Gated, Golf, Fitness
Center, tennis, Trails,
Docks $70k's-$300k.
(877) 266-7376 www.
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FCAN
East Tennessee- Norris
Lake 5.6 Acre wooded
lakefront lot- $66,500 5.1
acre wooded view lot
$28,900. Call Lakeside
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or visit www.lakeside
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cinnamonshore.com
(866) 891-5163 FCAN
MAINE SPORTING
PARADISE 500 acres
only $299,900. Hunters &
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wanted! Private 500
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Ideal for hunting offers
access to crystal clear
trout & salmon stream,
unbelievable fishing.
NEW TO MARKET! Great
owner financing. Call
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N. Fla 1-350 Acres 30
Ac +/- Low as
$6,500/acre. Only 4
parcels. Owner Fin
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Ext. 1285 A Bar Sales,
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675-1109 SCT
ESTATE OF JOHN P. FRENN
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SUMTER COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.: 2006CP000291
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JOHN P. FRENN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of John P. Frenn,
deceased, whose date of
death was February11,
2006, Is pending in the Cir-
cuit Court for Sumter
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of
which Is 209 North Florida
Street, Bushnell, Florida
33513. The names and
addresses of the personal
representative and the
personal representative's
attorney are set forth be-
low.

All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or de-
mands against dece-
dent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice Is re-
quired to be served must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other per-
sons having claims or de-
mands against dece-
dent's estate must file
their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publica-
tion of this notice Is No-
vember 2, 2006.

Personal Representative:
/s/ Jon M. Frenn
5 Oneida Lane
Hawthorn Woods, IL 60047
Attorney for Personal Rep-
resentative:
/s/ David I, Cohen
Florida Bar No. 233269
Cohen & Grigsby. P.C.
27200 Rlvervilew Center
Blvd. Suite 309
Bonita Springs, Florida
34134-4317
Telephone: 239-390-1900
Published two (2) times in
the Sumter County Times
on November 2 and 9,
2006,


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677-1109 SCT
PUBUC NOTICE

LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF
QUASI-JUDICIAL PUBLIC HEARING


The Sumter County Zoning & Adjustment Board will hold
a Public Hearing on Monday, November 20, 2006, at
6:30 P.M. in Room 327, Sumter County Historic Court-
house, 209 N. Florida St., Bushnell, Florida to consider re-
quests for rezonings. variances, and temporary use per-
mits.

All interested citizens are welcome to attend.

Persons with disabilities needing assistance to partici-
pate In any of these proceedings should contact the
Sumter County Administration Office at (352) 793-0200,
48 hours In advance of the scheduled meeting.


Pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 286, Florida Stat-
utes, Section 286.0105, If a person decides to appeal
any decision made by an above named Board with
respect to any matter considered during any meeting
of such Board, he or she will need a record of the pro-
ceedings and that, for such purposes, he or she may
need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceed-
ings Is made, which record may include the testimony
and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.


CASE NO.:
R2006-0089
Garry & Dorrne Bach
GENERAL LOCATION:
Bushnell area: West on C-476. Property on the north
side of the road approximately 1 1/8 mile west of CR
476B.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION:
Sec. 20, Twp. 21S, Rng. 21E: Beg at SE cor run N 100' W
400' for POB run N 210' W 210' S 210' E 210' to POB less
RD R/W.
REQUESTED ACTION: Rezone 1 acre MOL from a
non-compliant A5 to RR1C on a vested parcel of rec-
ord.


CASE NO.:
R2006-0090
Desa-Rea & Richard Shirley, Jr.
GENERAL LOCATION:
Tarrytown area: East on.C-48. South on SR 471. East on
CR 774. South on CR 727. Property approximately '4
mile on the west side of the road.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION:
Sec. 18, Twp. 22S, Rng. 23E: Beg at NE cor of NE /4 of
SW I4 run S 165' W 571' N 165' E 571' to POB.
REQUESTED ACTION: Rezone 2.1 acres MOL from a
non-compliant A5 to RR1C to complete a lineal trans-
fer.


CASE NO.:
R2006-0091
Marilyn & George Eversole, Sr.
GENERAL LOCATION:
Wildwood area: North on US 301. East on C466A. North
on C-462. East on NE 81st Blvd. Property is approxi-
mately 14 mile on the north side of the road.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION:
Sec. 33, Twp. 18S, Rng. 23E: Comm. at SW cor of NW IS
of SW /4 run E 660' to POB N 100' E 330' S 100' E 100' S
672' W 430' to 672' to POB
REQUESTED ACTION: Rezone 8.13 acres MOL from
non-compliant A5, non-compliant Al and Al to RR5C.


CASE NO.:
R2006-0092
Tina & Michael K. Mills, Sr.
GENERAL LOCATION:
Oxford area: North on US 301. West on CR 204. North
on CR 223. Easement to the property on the west side
of the road approximately 1/10 mile.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION:
Sec. 11, Twp. 18S. Rng. 22E: From E Y4 car N 406.87' N
85*2'11" W 564.31' N 11*46'18" W 89.99' to POB W
201.47' N 295.16' E 295.16' S 295.16' W 93.69' to POB
REQUESTED ACTION: Rezone 2 acres MOL from
non-compliant A5 to RR1C to complete a lineal trans-
fer.
The recommendations of the Zoning & Adjustment
Board will be presented to the Board of Sumter County
Commissioners at a Public Hearing to be held on Tues-
day, November 28, 2006, at 5:30 P.M. In Room 222,
Sumter County Historic Courthouse, 209 N. Florida St.,
Bushnell, Florida.


CASE NO.:
S2006-0014
.i'j3" ]* lr C1.,.: '3j''-l *...
F- l EII -L L' .. i,-i .r l
A,- i .Fill, asoa E.3.1 *rn 7 -Ji SE/ly on C6-1 ; '.-_ i or.
l" -: .p r: I, ',sl iil- to the eas ,i-rr,-i .,,r ir.-
nbrth side of the road. Easement dead ends at prop-
erty.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION:.
Sec. 35, Twp. 21S, Rng. 23E: W Y2 of NW 4 of the SE Y4 of
the NE I4 less W 30' & N 30' of SW Y4 of SE Y4 of NE Y4 less
W 30' & E 30' of SW Y4 of SE IS of NE Is less S 417.44'
REQUESTED ACTION: Minor Special 'Use Permit to allow
a Type "A" Kennel.


CASE NO.:
T2006-0043
Joan M. Veit
GENERAL LOCATION:
Coleman area: North on US 301 into Coleman. Proper-
ty on the south side of the road just west of the Trinity
Baptist Church.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION:
Sec. 31, Twp. 19S, Rng. 23E: E 33' of NW IY of NW I, of
NW /4 & E Y2 of NW IS of NW I/ less S /2 of SE I/ of NW /4
of NW S & less beg at NE cor of E I2 of NW '/ of NW '4
run W 310' S 02'00' W 230' E 150.5' S 119' E 167' N 349'
to POB.
REQUESTED ACTION: Renew a Temporary Use Permit
for two (2) years for a RV for security.


CASE NO.:
T2006-0044
Timothy & Beatrice. Lunday
GENERAL LOCATION:
Sumterville area
LEGAL DESCRIPTION:
Sec. 30, Twp. 20S, Rng. 23E: E /2 of N /2 of E /2 of NW V4
of NW Y4.
REQUESTED ACTION: Temporary Use Permit for three (3)
years to allow a mobile home for a care receiver's resi-
dence.


CASE NO.:
V2006-0003
Potter's House IGM
GENERAL LOCATION:
Wildwood area: North on US 301. East on SR 44 approxi-
mately 2 I4 miles to property on the north side of the
road.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION:
Sec. 16, Twp. 19S, Rng. 23E: Beg 315.24' S & 75" E of NW
cor of E V2 of SW 4S of NE I4 run E 398.25' S 20"21'31" W
686.59' to NE/ly R/W of SR 44 run N 6938'29" W along
R/W 225.84' cant along R/W N 6937'30" W 24.16' N
256.74' E 75' N 300' to POB.
REQUESTED ACTION: Variance to allow a structure in
setback.


As time allows, the Zoning & Adjustment Board, sitting
as the Local Planning Agency, may hold a workshop
dealing with revisions to zoning regulations and related
matters.


Published two (2) times in the Sumter County Times,
November 2 and 9,2006.


689-1109 SCT
PUBLIC NOTICE

NOTICE OF MEETING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Sumter County Tourist
Development Council will hold a meeting In the 2nd
floor, Meeting Room, Room #222, Sumter County
Courthouse on November 13, 2006 at 4:00 P.M.


Notice Is given if any person desires to appeal any ac-
tion taken by the Board at the above hearings, verba-
tim record of the proceedings may be necessary and
Is not prepared or furnished by the Board.

Persons needing special assistance gaining access to
the meeting or to be heard at the meeting should call
352-793-0200 to make any special arrangements.

The public Is Invited and encouraged to attend.

Board of Sumter County Commissioners

Published one (1) time In the Sumter County Times, No-
vember 9, 2006.


686-1109 SCT
Sumter County Board of County Commissioners
PUBLIC NOTICE

NOTICE OF CANCELLATION OF REGULAR MEETINGS
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS SUMMER COUNTY.
ELORIDA

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of County
Commissioners of Sumter County has cancelled its reg-
ular meetings scheduled for November 21, 2006, and
December 26, 2006.
By: /s/ JOEY A. CHANDLER
CHAIRMAN

Published one (1) time In the Sumter County Times, No-
vember 9, 2006.


DAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2006


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672-1109 SCT
Notice of Sale
Deutsche Bank, etc. vs. Ronald Lee Woosley, et al.
PUBLIC NOTICE

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTH JUDICIAL
IN AND FOR SUMTER COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 2006-CA-001018

DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY,
AS TRUSTEE OF AMERIQUEST
MORTGAGE SECURITIES, INC., ASSET-
BACKED PASS THROUGH CERTIFICATES,
SERIES 2003-8, UNDER THE POOLING AND
SERVICING AGREEMENT DATED AS OF
AUG 1, 2003, WITHOUT RECOURSE,
Plaintiff
vs .

RONALD LEE WOOSLEY, et al.,.
Defendants)

NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to a Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure or Order, dated October 24, 2006,
entered In Civil Case Number 2006-CA-001018, in the
Circuit Court for SUMTER County, Florida, wherein DEUT-
SCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE OF
AMERIQUEST MORTGAGE SECURITIES, INC., ASSET-
BACKED PASS THROUGH CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2003-8,
UNDER THE POOLING AND SERVICING AGREEMENT DAT-
ED AS OF AUG 1, 2003, WITHOUT RECOURSE Is the Plain-
tliff, and RONALD LEE WOOSLEY, et al., are the Defend-
ants, I will sell the property situated in SUMTER County.
Florida, described as:

Lot 21, unit VIII, CROOM-A-COOCHEE ESTATES, as per
unrecorded plat and as per Existing monuments, other-
wise known as follows: From the NW corner of the W 1/4
of the SE 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of Section 12, Township 22
South, Range 21 East, run S 89 degrees 22' 19"E, 145.91
feet, thence S 00 degrees 06' 23" E 110 63 feel. thence
N 89 degrees 22' 40" W,.145.93 feel, thence Nt 00 de-
grees 05' 44" W, 110.65 feet to the Point of Beginning.
The west 17.0 feet and the North 25.0 feet thereof sub-
ject to easement for Ingress and egress for adjacent
property owners. ALL BEING SUBJECT TO RESTRICTION
RECORDED IN O.R: BOOK 117, PAGE 334, Public Records
of Sumter County, Florida.

TOGETHER WITH that certain 2000 Plant doublewide mo-
bile home located thereon, VIN# GAGMTD06236A and
VIN # GAGMTD06236B, Title # 0085917789 and Tile #
0085917933.

at public sale, to the highest and best bidder, for cash,
at the Sumter County Courthouse, 209 North Florida
Street, Bushnell, FL 33513, at 11:00 a.m. on the 22nd
day of November, 2006. Any person claiming an Inter-
est in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the
property owner as of the date of the Ils pendens must
file a cldim within 60 days after the sale.

Dated: October 25, 2006.
Gloria Hayward
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
By: /s/ Susan A. Stollar
Deputy Clerk

"In accordance with the Americans With Disabilitles
Act, persons in need of a special accommodation to
participate in this proceeding shall, within seven (7)
days prior to any proceeding, contact the Administra-
tive Office of the Court, Citrus County Courthouse, 110
North Apopka Avenue, Room 101, Inverness, FL 34450,
telephone 352-793-0215, TDD 1-800-955-8771 or 1-800-
955-8770 via Florida Relay Service".

apre ako ki fet avek Americans With Disabllltes Act,
tout moun kin ginyin yun b6zwen sp6slyal pou
akomodaslyon pou yo patisipe nan program sa-a
dwe, nan yun tn rzonab an ninpot aranjman kapab
fet, yo dw6 kontakt6 Administrative Office Of The
Court I nan nimero..Citrus County Courthouse, 110
North Apopka Avenue, Room 101, Inverness, FL 34450
t61lfon nam se 3523416410 oubyen TDD 1-800-955-8771
oubyen 1-800-955-8770 I pasan pa Florida Relay Serv-
ice.

En accordance avec la Lol des "Americans With Disa-
bilities'. Les personnel en besoin d'une accomodation
special pour particlper a ces procedures dolvent,
dans un temps ralsonable, avante d'entreprendre
aucune autre demarche, contacted 'office administra-
tive de la Court situ6 au Citrus County Courthouse, 110'
North Apopka Avenue, Room 101, Inverness, FL 34450
le telephone 3523416410 TDD 1-800-955-8771 ou
1-800-955-8770 Via Florida Relay Service.

"De acuerdo con el Acto 6 Decreto de los Americanos
con Impedimentos. Inhabilltados, personas en
r,.+: .id.1.3. l r.l-l: .. recllC para partlklpar en este
i :,'':.-CIh ,l-r['.:. -eC.r.r, 3o rr,ir.:. 3 u,'r tiem po
3:.- i ,', 3,', :_ I. -.i : -.3hi,. -r..: ponerse
r :.;..r', .1 :;.' 1 jrl.:l.'. .Tiir.I tail 3 3a la Corte
:" ,'rr.. ',,.,jrer, C ir.F c, 11. I: 1 r r.Iro r, rC: .. 3 Avenue,
Room 101, Inverness, FL 34460, Tel6fono 3523416410,
TDD 1-800-955-8770 6 1-800-955-8771 Via Florida Relay
Service".

Published two (2) times in the Citrus County Chronicle.
November 2, and 9, 2006.





687-1109 SCT
CITY OF COLEMAN
PUBLIC NOTICE

PUBLIC NOTICE OF PROPOSED ORDINANCE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Ordinance described
below by title only will be placed on second and final
reading at the meeting of the City Council of the City
of Coleman, Florida to be held on Monday, November
20, 2006 at 7:00 o'clock PM at City Hall, or as soon
thereafter as such Ordinance may be read and con-
sidered for passage:

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF COLEMAN, FLORIDA,
ESTABLISHING A' PROPORTIONATE FAIR-SHARE PRO-
GRAM REQUIRED BY F.S. 163.3180, DECLARING A PUR-
POSE AND INTENT; PROVIDING FOR APPLICABILITY, DEFI-
NITIONS, GENERAL REQUIREMENTS, IN-
TER-GOVERNMENTAL COORDINATION, AN APPLICATION
PROCESS, AN IMPACT FEE CREDIT FOR PROPORTIONATE
FAIR-SHARE MITIGATION, PROPORTIONATE FAIR-SHARE
AGREEMENTS AND APPROPRIATION OF FAIR-SHARE REV-
ENUES; PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE; PROVIDING
FOR SEVERABILITY.

The ordinance may be Inspected at the Coleman City
Hall, 3502 E. Warm Springs Ave., Coleman, Florida.

Interested parties may appear at said meeting and be
heard with respect to the enactment of said ordi-
nance.

Dated this on October 31,2006.

CITY OF COLEMAN, FLORIDA
By: Lonnie G. Evans, Mayor

Published one (1) time in the Sumter County Times on
November 9, 2006.


681-1009 SCT
Nofti6e-~ scheduled Sale
WELLS FAIRGl K MINNESOTA. N.A.
vs. KEVIN E. ABNEY, et al
PUBUC NOTICE

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR SUMTER COUNTY. FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 2004-CA-001321
DIVISION

WELLS FARGO BANK MINNESOTA, N.A., AS TRUSTEE FOR
REGISTERED HOLDERS OF OPTION ONE MORTGAGE LOAN
TRUST 2001-D, ASSET-BACKED CERTIFICATES, SERIES
2001-D,
Plaintiff,

vs.

KEVIN E. ABNEY, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Order Re-
scheduling Foreclosure Sale dated October 24, 2006
and entered In Case NO. 2004-CA-1321 of the Circult
Court of the FIFTH Judicial Circuit In and for SUMTER
County, Florida wherein WELLS FARGO BANK MINNESO-
TA, N.A., AS TRUSTEE FOR REGISTERED HOLDERS OF OP-
TION ONE MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST 2001-D, AS-
SET-BACKED CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2001-D, Is the Plaintiff
and KEVIN E. ABNEY; MELESSA A. ABNEY A/K/A
MELESSA ABNEY: are the Defendants, and I will sell to
the highest and best bidder for cash at WEST FRONT
DOOR OF SUMTER COUNTY COURTHOUSE at 11:00
AM,on the 16th day of November, 2006, the following
described property as set forth in said Final Judgment:

BEGIN 391.68 FEET WEST AND 33 FEET NORTH OF THE
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF SECTION 13, TOWNSHIP 20
SOUTH, RANGE 22 EAST, RUN NORTH 150 FEET; EAST 150
FEET, MORE OR LESS; THENCE SOUTH 150 FEET; WEST 150
FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. ALL IN SECTION 13,
TOWNSHIP 20 SOUTH, RANGE 21 EAST, SUMTER COUNTY,
FLORIDA. TOGETHER WITH A MOBILE HOME LOCATED
THEREON AS A PERMANENT FIXTURE AND APPUTENANCE
THERETO, DESCRIBED AS A 2001 APPLE VALLEY DOU-
BLEWIDE, SERIAL NUMBERS SHGA6939A&B.

A/K/A 2938 County Road 526, Sumtervllle, FL 33585

Any person claiming an interest In the surplus from the
sale, If any, other than the property owner as of the
date of the Lis Pendens must file a claim within sixty (60)
days after the sale.

WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of this Court on Octo-
ber 24, 2006.
Gloria R. Hayward
Clerk of the Circuit Court

By: /s/ Grace Krause
Deputy Clerk

Published two (2) times in the Sumter County Times on
November 2, and 9, 2006. F04011067



673-1109 SCT
Notice of Sale
MIdFirst Bank vs. Marcos Lopez, et al.
PUBLIC NOTICE

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR SUMTER COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION
Case No. 2006-CA-001095

MIDFIRST BANK,
Plaintiff,
vs.

MARCOS LOPEZ AND NORMA LOPEZ, STATE OF FLORIDA,
DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE, AND UNKNOWN
TENANTS/OWNERS,
Defendants.

AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to Final Judgment of
Foreclosure for Plaintiff entered in this cause on Octo-
ber 24, 2006, in the Circuit Court of Sumter County, Flor-
Ida, I will sell the property situated in Sumter County,
Florida described as:

LOT 121 AND THE EAST 1/2 OF LOT 120, CENTER HILL, AS
PER PLAT THEREOF, IN SECTION 22, TOWNSHIP 21 SOUTH,
RANGE 23 EAST, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE
78, PUBLIC RECORDS OF SUMTER COUNTY, FLORIDA. LESS
RIGHT-OF-WAY FOR COUNTY ROAD 469.

and commonly known as: 225 COUNTY ROAD 469, In-
cluding the building, appurtenances, and fixtures lo-
cated therein, at public sale, to the highest and be.i
bidder, for cash, Sales held at the west front door of
Sumter County Courthouse, on November ::0 200.:' al
11 o'clock A.M.

Any person claiming an interest In the surplus from the
sale, If any, other than the property owner as of the
date of the lis pendens must file a claim within 60 days
after the sale.

Dated this 28th day of December, 2005.

Gloria R. Hayward
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
By: /s/ Susan A. Stollar
Deputy Clerk

If you are a person with a disability who needs any ac-
commodation In order to participate in this proceed-
ing, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision
of certain assistance. Please contact Cheryl Creel, 225
E. McCollum Avenue. Sumter County Judicial Center,
Bushnell, Florida 33513, phone (352) 568-6628, within 2
working days of your receipt of this notice; If you are
hearing or voice impaired, call 1-800-955-8771.

Published two (2) times in the Sumter County Times, No-
vember 2, and 9,2006


670-1109 SCT
BURNS SELF STORAGE
NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION .

BURNS SELF STORAGE hereby gives notice that the en-
tire contents of Unit No. 183 of Burns Self Storage, a
self-storage facility, located at 1514 Hwy 48, Bushnell,
Sumter County, FL,33513, will be sold at PUBLIC AUC-
TION.

Da.teofSale: 11/16/06
Time of Sale:11:00 A.M.
Name of Tenant:TRACIE GALUSHA
Address:P.O.BOX 17 NOBLETON, FL 34661
Unit Nos.183
Desc, of Property: MISC. HOUSEHOLD GOODS

This Notice is given pursuant to Section 83.806, FL Stat-
utes, to satisfy the Self-service Facility Owner's lien of
the contents thereof.

Published two (2) times in the Sumter County Times, No-
vember 2, and 9.2006.


674-1109 SCT
Notice of Sale
AmSoufth Bank vs. James M. Morgan
PUBLIC NOTICE


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR SUMTER COUNTY. FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 2004-CA-000600

AMSOUTH BANK,
Plaintiff,
v.

JAMES M. MORGAN, et al.,
Defendants.


NOTICE OF SALE
Notice Is hereby given that, pursuant to a Summary
Judgment entered In the above-styled cause in the
Circuit Court of Sumter County, Florida, the Clerk of
Sumter County will sell the property situated in Sumter
,County, Florida, described as:


Description of Mortgaged and Personal Property
EXHIBIT "A"
East 1/2 of the following described lands: Parcel E: The
West 1/2 of the North 3/4 of the East 1/2 of Section 26,
Township 20 South, Range 22 East, Sumter County, Flori-
da, LESS the North 1350.00 feet thereof, also LESS the
South 1974.13 feet thereof, also LESS the right of way for
County Road No. 543 across the West Side thereof, to-
gether with and subject to an easement for Ingress,
egress, and ultlitles over and across the South 50.00
feet of the North 1375.00 feet of the NE 1/4 of Section
26, Township 20 South, Range 22 East, Sumter County,
Florida, LESS the East 745.00 feet thereof, also LESS right
of way for County Road No. 543 across the West side
thereof.

The street address of which is 2261 County Road 543,
Sumterville, Florida 33585.

at a Public Sale, to the highest bidder, for cash. on the
courthouse steps of the Sumter County Courthouse,
West Entrance of the Historical Courthouse, 209 North
Florida Street, Bushnell, Florida, 33513, on November
21st, 2006 at 11:00 a.m.

Any person claiming an Interest in the surplus funds
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 sole.

Dated: October 24th, 2006.
lrlG d R.t Havward


(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)


oiri v H4ywara
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Sumer County, Florida


By: /s/ Grace Krause
Deputy Clerk

Published two (2) times In the Sumter County Times, No-
vember 2 and 9, 2006.


669-1109 SCT
BURNS SELF STORAGE
NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION


BURNS SELF STORAGE hereby gives notice that the en-
tire contents of Unit No. B-15 of Burns Self Storage, a
self-storage facility, located at 9511 C.R. 733, Webster,
Sumter County, FL, will be sold at PUBLIC AUCTION.

Date of Sale: 11/16/06
Time of Sale: 11:30 A.M.
Name of Tenant: ANGELA HOWARD
Address: 10470 CR 743 WEBSTER, FL 33597
UnitNs. B-15
Desc of Property: Misc. Household Goods

This Notice is given pursuant to Section 83.806, FL Stat-
utes, to satisfy the Self-service Facility Owner's lien of
the contents thereof. ,


Published two (2).times in the Sumter County Times, No-
vember 2, and 9, 2006.




668-1109 SCT
BURNS SELF STORAGE
NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION


BURNS SELF STORAGE hereby gives notice that the en-
rli,- .:..-.rI-- I rt Unit No. A-44 -,r .j.... .,.II .)rage, a
ir :r.~~,j r. ; lhr, I,..:.3-i O)r .j: .I -1 : Sumter
.: Y rn r, nL, .III lz+ :1ia or ULi LIr 1.1 i1'.-I i


Date of.Sale: 11/16/06
Time ofSale: 11:15 A.M.
Name of Tenant: BARBARA RUBY
Address: 4309 CR. 317-A BUSHNELL, FL 33513
Unit Nas.: A-44
Desc. of Property: Misc. Household Goods

This Notice Is given pursuant to Section 83.806, FL Stat-
utes, to satisfy the Self-service Facility Owner's lien of
the contents thereof.

Published two (2) times In the Sumter County Times,. No-
vember 2, and 9,2006.



690-1109 SCT
PUBLIC NOTICE


This Is to serve as a legal notice that two or more mem-
bers of the District Five Medical Examiner Advisory
Committee will meet on Friday November 17, 2006 at
10:00 A.M. It will take place at:


McPherson Government Complex
Commission Auditorium
601 S.E. 25th Ave
Ocala, FL 34471

All interested citizens are welcome to attend. Any per-
son with a disability needing assistance to participate
In any of the proceedings should contact Lake County
Board of County Commissioners at (352) 343-9850, 48
hours In advance of the scheduled meeting.


Pursuant to the provisions of Section 286.0105, Florida
Statutes, if a person decides to appeal any decision
made by an above named committee, he or she will
need a record of the proceedings and that, for such
purposes, a record of the proceedings will be made
available.


Published one (1) time in the Sumter County Times, No-
vember 9, 2006.


680-1109 SCT
Notice of Action
Midfirst Bank vs. Doyal R. Glaze, Jr., et al.
PUBLIC NOTICE

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR SUMTER COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION
Case No. 2006-CA-001397

MIDFIRST BANK
Plaintiff,

vs.

DOYAL R. GLAZE, JR. A/K/A DOYLE R. GLAZE, JR. AND
DELORES GLAZE. W. S. BADCOCK CORPORATION, AND
UNKNOWN TENANTS/OWNERS,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: DOYAL R. GLAZE, JR. A/K/A DOYLE R. GLAZE, JR.
CURRENT RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS
2644 COUNTY ROAD 526
SUMTERVILLE, FL 33585

DELORES GLAZE
CURRENT RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS
2644 COUNTY ROAD 526
SUMTERVILLE. FL 33585

You are notified that an action to foreclose a mort-
gage on the following property In Sumter County. Flori-
da:

THE SOUTH 327 FEET OF THE WEST 137 FEET OF BLOCK 88,
SUMTERVILLE, AS PER PLAT RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1,
PAGE 21, PUBLIC RECORDS OF SUMTER COUNTY, FLORI-
DA. TOGETHER WITH A 1986 MOBILE HOME, VIN
GDWVG4338541850A AND GDWVGA338541850B

commonly known as 2644 COUNTY ROAD 526, SUM-
TERVILLE, FL 33585. has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if
any, to it on Michelle G. Castillo of Kass, Shuler, Solo-
mon, Spector, Foyle & Singer, P.A., Plaintiff's attorney,
whose address is P.O. Box 800, Tampa, Florida 33601.
on or before December 5, 2006, (or 30 days from the
first date of publication, whichever is later), and file the
original with the Clerk of this Court either before service
on the Plaintiff's attorney or immediately thereafter;
otherwise, a default will be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the Complaint.

Dated: October 23, 2006..
CLERK OF THE COURT
Honorable Gloria R. Hayward
209 North Florida Street
Bushnell, Florida 33513
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
By: /s/ Susan A. Stollar
Deputy Clerk

If you are a person with a disability who needs any ac-
commodation in order to participate In this proceed-
ing, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision
of certain assistance. Please contact Cheryl Creel, 225
E. McCollum Avenue, Sumter County Judicial Center,
Bushnell, Florida 33513, phone (352) 568-6628. within 2
working days of you receipt of this notice; if you are
hearing or voice impaired, call 1-800-955-8771.

Published two (2) times in the Sumter County Times, No-
vember 2, and 9, 20Q6.


679-1109 SCT
ESTATE OF
JOSEF KATZENBERGER
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR SUMTER
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 2006CP00303
FLORIDA BAR NO. 164710

IN RE: ESTATE OF
JOSEF KATZENBERGER
Deceased. .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ES-
TATE:
The administration of the
estate of JOSEF KATZ-
T iEr.:-r'_-. -:.o. Fli


..--jn i.:r ':J'. j r County,
-i,,',:l Rf-r.cal Division:
the address of which is
Probate Division, 225 E.
McCollum Avenue, Bush-
nell, FL 33513. The names
and addresses of the
personal representative
and the personal repre-
sentative's .attorney are
set forth below.

ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
haivng claims or de-
mands against the dece-
dent's estate, including
unmatured, contingent or
unliquldated claims on
whom a copy of this no-
tice is served within three
months after the date of
the first publication must
file their claims with this
Court WITHIN THE LATER
OF THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATINO OF THIS NO-
TICE OR THIRTY DAYS AF-
TER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NO-
TICE OF THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent ,.and persons
having claims or de-
mands against the estate
of the decedent must file
their claims with this Court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS AF-
TER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DE-
MANDS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.

The date of first publica-
tion of this Notice is No-
vember 2.2006.
Personal Representative:
/s/ Katharina Brock


10401 River Alley Road
Youngstown., FL 32466

Attorney for Personal Rep-
resentative:
/s/ George E. Riedel, Jr.,
Esq.
Upsitz Green Scime Cam-
bria LLP
Attorneys for Petitioner
Florida Bar No.: 164710
42 Delaware Avenue,
Suite120 Buffalo, NY
14202-3924
716-849-1333 Ext.324
1-800-870-3138 Ext. 324

Published two (2) times in
the Sumter County Times
on November 2 and 9,
2006.




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PUBLIC NOTICE

PUBLIC NOTICE
The Sumter County Hous-
ing Dbpartment is pleas-
ed to inform you that the
Waiting List for Section 8
Rental Assistance will
open on Monday, No-
vember 27, 2006.

Anyone interested In ap-
plying for assistance may
pick an application at the
Sumter County Housing
Department, 115 North
Florida St, Bushnell, Florida. ;
The office hours are 8:30
a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Apl-
cations will be alven out
until December 15. 2006.

There will be no appolnt-
ments made on Novem-
ber 27. 2006. You must
call our office at
352-793-0272 to schedule
an appointment to turn In
your completed anDlca- j


The watina lst will close
at 5:00 p.m. on Wednes- I
day. December 20. 2006.
This will be the last day
completed applications
will be accepted.

SUMTER COUNTY DOES
NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE
BASIS OF RACE, CREED,
COLOR, RELIGION, SEX,
FAMILIAL STATUS, NATION-
AL ORIGIN, OR HANDI-
CAP.

Published two (2) times In
the Sumter County Times i
on November 2. and 9,
2006.


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