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Title: Gilchrist County journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Thetis F. Fisher
Place of Publication: Trenton Fla
Creation Date: January 27, 2005
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A Second Deadly Residential Fire

Causes Greater Concern For Lack

Of Firefighters In Rural Stations:


The Gilchrist County 911
Emergency Dispatch Center re-
ceived a call reporting that a;
mobile home structure fire was
underway next door to 10320
NW 7t' Terrace in North Gil-
christ County on Wednesday,
January 19th. Ron Mills, scene


commander, reported that the
fire was in the community of the
North Gilchrist Volunteer Fire
Department, but no one re-
sponded to the pager call to the
rural volunteer department.
The fire had engulfed the
Norman Norris residence, a


structure consisting of two sin-
gle wide mobile homes that
were connected by an enclosed
walkway.
Mills explained that the fire
was reported to have been
started by a four-year-old
grandson of the Norrises when
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Vol. 74 No. 35


Phone (352) 463-7135 Fax (352) 463-7393
gilchristjoural @bellsouth.net


Trenton, Florida 32693 Thursday, January 27, 2005


Price 50


$20.00 A Year In Tri-County Area (Gilchrist,
Dixie & Levy Counties), $24.00 Other Areas
Of Florida, $28.00 Out of State


Gilchrist Co'mmission Agrees To

Put Paving Of SE 70th Street On

S.. Budget Agenda For 2006
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Shown are the Trenton Aledical Center Inc. Board of Directors and staff along with the LISDA representative who at-
tended the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony of Trenton Pediatrics. Pictured standing front left are Jackie Alexander John Vick-
ers, Sam Ferguson, Ron Whitfield, Gail Osteen, Linda Walker, Dr. John Frazier, DeWla/ne Yates, and Shere' Lancasiter.
Standing back left are Juan Henley, Clif Bradley, Bill Park, Donna Hays, and Scott Gitthrie. Photo by Anna WVild.


Trenton Pediatrics
Holds Ribbon
Cutting Thursday
Trenton Medical Center Inc.
partners with USDA Rural
Development to bring pediatric
health care to the fore front in
Gilchrist County. .Trenton
Medical Center Inc. held a
ribbon cutting ceremony to open
the 5960 sq. .ft-Trenton
Pediatrics on Thursday, January
20. The facility is located on
U.S. 129 south in Trenton. The
doors have opened at Trenton
Pediatrics. Children's healthcare
services in Gilchrist and Levy
counties are taking a dramatic
step forward. The USDA
funded in part by a $962.500
low interest Communitt
Facilities loan.
DeWayne Yates CEO of
Trenton Medical Center Inc.
recognized the Board of
Directors of Trenton Medical
Center ; Inc. Gail Osteen,
chairman of the board of
directors explained the Trenton
Medical Center is in their 34th
year of being a part of the health
care program. This health care
provider strives to meet the
health care needs of the area.
Trenton Medical Center, Inc.
a non-profit organization
serving Gilchrist and levy
counties, opened it's doors in
1988, establishing the pediatrics
unit in 2001. The center
formerly operated it pediatric
medical service from a mobile
building. The staff is the first
facility served 40 pediatric
patients per day in four exam
rooms by one pediatrician. This
new pediatric facility will.
enable Trenton Medical Center
staff to better serve more
patients.
Rural communities have
significant health related needs
and problems but substantially
fewer health resources. Small
rural communities face special
difficulties in attracting
healthcare providers and
facilities in their efforts to
ensure that their residents have
this critical:healthcare access.
Issues affecting rural medical
care include a lack of public
transportation to and from
medical services, difficulty in
retaining health care providers,
difficulty for managed care-
providers to achieve economics'
of scale and a significant
number of residents are not
covered by health insurance.
USDA rural Development is
committed to improving access
(Continued to.Page Sixteen)


Trenton Middle
School Student To
Compete In State
Spelling Bee
By Anna Wild
Meet Rachael Harrison. She
attends Trenton Middle School
and recently won the District
Spelling Bee Competition. She
will be attending the State
Spelling Bee Competition on
February 26, 2005 in Tallahas-
see. If she wins the State Com-
petition she will go to the Na-
tionals held in Washington D.C.
This was Rachael's third year
competing in the spelling bee.
Her first year was during fifth
grade, when she placed second
in the district, and in sixth grade
she placed third at Districts.
Now\ she is in seventh grade and
hopes to do well at the state
level.
Rachael keeps herself busy
between school and her extra-
curricular activities. She main-
tains a GPA of 4.0 while par-
ticipating in 4H, in which she
will have a home economic en-
try and chickens entered in the
(Continued to Page Two)


Kenny Williams
Memorial Roping
Draws Over 1,000
Competitors To FFA
Alumni Arena'
By Anna Wild
On January 21st & 22~d the
FFA Rodeo Arena was hopping
with cowboys and cowgirls who
came to take part in the roping
competition The event was to
honor Kenn) Williams, who
passed away in March of 2002
from a heart attack. He touched
many people's lives in Florida.
He was a World Champion
Saddle Bronc Rider, Champion
Roper, trained horses and taught
many, many folks how to rope.
His son Speed Williams has
won the PRCA events as a
header in roping for the past
eight years.
Over the weekend they had
over 1,050 teams entered, which
made for some late nights. In
the end the first place team rop-
ers were Cliff Allen and JR
Boyd, winning 'saddles. The top
average winners were Danny
Eagerton and JR Boyd (again),
winning saddles.
'The women's.first place win-
ners were Bonnie Nettles and
Jane Wiggins, winning belt
buckles.


By John M. Ayers
The Gilchrist. County
Commission once again began
the discussion of the need for
road maintenance and
improvements to 6200 feet of
the' south portion of SE 70'
Street.
Board Chairman Mitchell
Gentry recognized Mike Odom.
a resident that lies near SE 70th
Street. He attended the meeting
to tell the board %\har the'
residents in the area would like
to see done to improve the road.
"I have talked to residents that
live in this area, some are in
favor of paving all the way
south to CR 337 and some are
willing to have cold patch put
on the roadif the, board is
considering making this road aa
limerock road again," Odom
explained.
Odom reminded the board
that in the first meeting in
January, he \%as told this road is
maintained e'er\ two weeks. "I
think .the board was
misinformed when I was told
this," Odom explained. Mike
dm '.ol inedJ :. truc tive
commissioners that no one
living along this road wants the
1300 feet of milled material to


become a limerock road.
Bill Humphries a resident of
this area told the board that
when the milled material was
put on the 1300 feet of road in
the early 90's, the base and
surface of the road was not
properly prepared. "We just
hope that the county wiN repair
this area of the road properly to
improve the roadway," he
added.
Commissioner Gentry told
those attending the meeting that
the County's Road Department
has done road boring to test and
see how thick the base of the
road is. The county's guidelines
to take over maintenance of a
paved road is to have a
minimum of 6 inches of
limerock base. Commissioner
Gentry explained that the entire
6200 feet of road being
discussed for improvements
does not have an adequate base
to support a paved asphalt
surface.
Marly residents told the
commission that the tough road
was causing serious damage to
their vehicles.
Jack Whinehurst told the
board the county could raise his
taxes if that is what is needed to


pave this road.
Commissioner Tommy
Langford explained to the
residents the county has :a
program called Special
Assessment that will provide for
road improvement and paving if
70% of the residents and users
sign a form to participate in
paying for the improvements.
Many of the residents
spokeout against the county
raising their taxes or charging
them a Special Assessment to
pay for the road improvements.
These residents felt since they
already pay taxes, the county
should pave the road with
county revenues.
Commissioner Sharon
Langford explained to the
residents that the Department of
Transportation has a program
that is called SCRAP that would
review this road to see if it
would meet the guidelines for
paving.
The Justin Watson.-Gilchrist
County Road Department
Superintendent told the board
andthe audience that the milled
asphalt surf-ace Would not
qualify to be resurfaced through
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Cliff Allen of Live Oak and JR Boyd of Morriston took
home new saddles for placing first in the team roping
competition. JR also received a saddle for best average.
Over 1,050 teams entered the events at the 'Kenny Wil-
liams Memorial Roping held at the FFA Rodeo arena
January 21st & 22"d. Photo by Anna Wild.


Clement Lindsey Commander of Camp 770, Jay Cross Commander of Camp 1360, Doug
Dawson Florida Division Commander, Jim Davis Florida Division Camp Inspector,
Harry Hurst Commander of Camp 741, Bill Schreiber of Camp 1861 and Marion "Sid"
SMayer guest speaker. Photo by Anna Wild.


Sons of Confederate
Veterans Lee &
Jackson's Birthdays
By Anna Wild
On Saturday, January 22,
2005, the John Hance O'Steen
Camp 770 of the Sons of Con-
federate Veterans hosted a
birthday dinner in Newberry to
honor the birthdays of General
Robert E. Lee and General
Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson.
Both generals shared January
birthdays so Camp 770 felt it
only fitting to honor this special
occasion. The John Hance
O'Steen Camp 770 invited area
camps to join them in the cele-
bration. They had about 100
guests at the dinner and they
were pleased to see several
camps join in.
After the dinner we heard
from generals Lee and Jackson
themselves (well close to it.)
We were honored to have Gen-
eral Tom Jessee (who looks a
lot like General Lee) pose as
General Lee, and Emery Thrift
pose as General Jackson. The
two educated the crowd on their
lives, many accomplishments
and challenges and events that
lead to their deaths. The crowd
(Continued to Page Sixteen)


Annette & Skee Hutson were awarded for all their hard
work over the past couple of months. The couple helped
plan the float that took first place in the Bell Christmas
Parade, they opened their home and held a Christmas
party for the camp and they chaired the President's
dinner arrangements.


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THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 2005


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Comments
By: John M. Ayers
The Gilchrist County Com-
mission Chairman Mitchell
Gentry went to extremes Mon-
day night to try and get what he
.wanted, but a wiser group of
'fellow commissioners prevailed
as they agreed to put the paving
of the south end of SE 70th
Street on the agenda for the
:budget workshops for the 2005-
2006 fiscal year. Chairman
-Gentry agreed with the audience
of residents and property own-
ers from the Waccasassa Lake
area in that right now the county
has $47,000 in revenues from
transportation impact fees, but
-who knows if the money will be
available in 2006.
Commission Vice Chairman
Randy Durden explained to the
'6oard that the commission can
identify the issue as a line item
in the budget and the revenue to
completee the project be identi-
,fled in the 2005-06 budget. The
)o6ard could then appropriate the
revenue for the project and
make sure the county would not
be over-extended if an emer-
gency like a hurricane hitting
the area in 2005 should occur.
Gilchrist Cou ty ,Clerl .of
Courts Joe Gilliam explained to
the audience that-"the county
went,into the 2004-2005 fiscal
year with a budget reserve of
btetwee.n $300,000 and
'400.000. Following the hurri-
Canes that impacted the area in
;004, the county has spent an
15timated $250,000 of that re-
'ser.e for hurricane relief. Gil-
1am further explained that a
portion of these revenues are
expected to be reimbursed by
IEMA, but at this time the


county has not received these
funds.
Commissioner Sharon Akins
Langford, the District 1 repre-
sentative, told her neighbors
that she would be in favor of the
board further discussing and
appropriating the funds to pave
the 6200 feet of the road in
2006.
Chairman Gentry supported
the theory that Waccasassa resi-
dent Mike Odom told the board
that the county should not go
backwards in taking the 1300-
foot strip of milled asphalt and
making it a limerock rock road
again.
Road Department Superin-
tendent Justin Watson explained
to the board that the 1300-foot
strip of milled asphalt has a
base of two to four and a half
inches of lime rock. "This en-
tire road does not have enough
base to hold an asphalt surface,"
Watson explained to the Com-
mission. From this prospective,
the board, following a 4-1 vote,
decided to go back and grind up
the road base and add additional
rock, up to six inches, and pre-
pare the road for paving in
2006.
I feel the board needs to
keep in mind that the revenues
they spend on road paving are
limited d and should be spent for
the best overall road for the fu-
ture. I compliment the .four
commissioners that agreed to go
forward in planning to identify
the funds for the project in the
future. I also admire these four
commissioners for standing up
for what they feel is best for all
of Gilchrist County's future.

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the SCRAP program. The DOT
would accept a limerock road
for this program.
Mrs. Doris Smith told the
board that the paved portion of
S.E. 70th Street coming south
from SR 26 is too narrow. "I am
a taxpayer and we need
something done for our roads in
this area," she added.
Commissioner Gentry
explained that he has looked
into resurfacing the 1300 feet of
milled pavement at the entrance
of Waccasassa Road. "I think
the first 1300 feet of-road needs
to be paved. The Gilchrist
County Road Department could
resurface this portion of road for,
$16,000 and it be paid out of
Transportation Impact revenues,
Gentry explained.
Commission Sharon
SLangford explained to the board
that 2/10 of a mile of the rock
road at the southern portion of
the 6200 feet of road is also in
serious need of improvements.
Mike Odom told the board
that three Gilchrist County
School buses travel this road on
a daily route. "The safety of
these kids I feel is a top
priority," Mr. Odom explained
Many residents living along
the road requested the county
erect signs that would establish
a weight limit and restrict heavy
trucks from traveling this road.
The board advise that they can't
restrict an agriculture operation
from having their crop
transported out from the
growing fields. The board also
explained that the trucks used in
transporting the timber being
harvested in the wooded areas
south of Waccasassa Road
could not be restricted from
using this road.
A resident asked the board if
a proposed mining operation
would be allowed to use SE 70th
Street to transport their products
out of a proposed location of a
mine. The board did not discuss
the details of the proposed
mining application expected to
go before the board in the near
future. Many residents told the
board that they would be back
-in that meeting to remind tehe
cdlinty 'of'-tie preseinY'Ctdtltn
'of the6oro'd in this' di&a'. The
increased heavy traffic will only
make our roads worse, a
resident explained.
Commissioner Randy
Durden explained to those
attending the meeting that the
$47,500 that Commissioner
Gentry identified in the
Transportation Impact Fund has
a debt service of $60,000 that
must be paid annually to pay off
previously improved highways.
He went on to explain that the
board has also earmarked
revenues from this fund to pay
for a bull dozer for the road
department and other existing
road improvements projects that
the county is involved in. The
commission has also purchased
other new equipment for the
road department that is being
paid for from these revenues.
Gilchrist County Clerk Joe
Gilliam told the audience that
S the Impacts Fee revenues are
funds that take time to build up.
S The county doesn't rely on these
funds because they are not
scheduled to be received by the


Sergeant Michael Butler Returns

Home From Iraq


Sergeant Michael Butler ar-
rived safely back with his pri-
mary unit in Hawaii on Monday
after a yearlong deployment in
Iraq. While serving in Iraq, he
was based with the Army's 25th
Infantry Division in Kirkuk and
operated a Node Center. Ser-
geant Butler is a member of the
125th Signal Battalion and is or-
ganized with a Headquarters
and Headquarters Company and
three line companies that are
equipped with Mobile Sub-
scriber Equipment, multi-
channel satellite terminals and
single channel ground and air-
borne radio systems. The 125th
Signal Battalion's mission is to
deploy to a theater of operations
to provide Command, Control,
Communications, and Computer
support for the 25th ID,
USARHAW, and USARPAC or
PACOM directed contingency
headquarters.
The 25th ID is fast paced with
lots of training and real-world
commitments. The home base


valorum taxes that are paid on
residential and commercial
property is not used for road
maintenance and improvements.
These funds go into the General
Revenue Budget and pay for
mandated services provide, by
the county, such as law
enforcement ard other
necessities. Commissioner
Langford explained that a
portion of the taxes on the sale
of gas and fuels in Gilchrist
County go to pay for road,
improvements.
Commissioner Durden
explained that a ground up
milled rock road with an
increase in limerock base to a
minimum of 6 inches would
improve the road surface and
make it easier to maintain. He
also explained that putting a
good base on this road now
would make it a better surface
when the county decides to pave
this road.
Commissioner Durden
commended Road Department
Superintendent Justin Watson
on the improvements that are
being made in the Gilchrist
County Road Department.
Commissioner Durden made
a -,motfon" 1 t 'reconsider T.l' e
action that the board took in
November to do work on this.
6200 feet of SE 70th St.
Commissioner Tommy
Langford gave a second to the
motion. The board voted 5-0 in
favor of eliminating the
previous action taken by the
previous board.
Commissioner Durden then
made a motion to mill the 6200
feet of roadway and add
limerock to make the base a
minimum of 6 inches and to put
the road on the agenda to be
considered for funding in the
2005-2006 budget. The board
voted 4-1 in favor of this action.
Commissioner Gentry voted no
on this motion.


petition. She explained the
words come to her pretty easily
for some reason, but she plans
to study some for the state com-
petition.
Her parents, Kenneth and Ju-
lie Harrison, are very proud of
Rachael and we all wish her the
best of luck in her upcoming
spelling bee. It's nice to see
Gilchrist County represented so
well. Good luck Rachael!


No man is worth his salt who
is not ready at all times to risk
his body, to risk his well-being,
to risk his life, in a great cause.
-Theodore Roosevelt


beaches of the North Shore of
Oahu. Sergeant Butler will be
spending part of his much-
needed 30 days off with his par-
ents, Dan and Janice Marsh of
Bell, before returning to his full
duty in Hawaii.


Trenton Middle Men Of Color, To
School Student To Arms, Lecture To Be
Compete In State Given February 15
Spelling Bee To commemorate both the
(Continued from PageOne) Battle of Olustee and Black
History Month, Lake City
Suwannee River Fair; FFA, in Community College is spon-
which she is secretary of the JR scoring a lecture at noon Tues-
FFA and will also have a steer day, February 15th in the Barney
entered in the Suwannee River E. McRae Auditorium. Profes-
Fair and a beef heifer at the sor Matthew Gallman of the
State Fair in Tampa. She is a University of Florida will pre-
member of the Middle School sent Men of Color, To Arms!
Softball Team at Trenton and a Now or Never! The Northern
member of the Fellowship of Appeal to Black.Recruits. The
Christian Athletes. lecture is free and open to the
Rachael also loves to read. public.
Her favorite writer is Janette According to Sean McMahon.
Oake who writes Christian in- Professor of History at Lake
spirational books. This past City Community College, the
year she won an essay contest multimedia lecture will feature
which won her a horse. The slides and images from the war-
contest was to write the best es- time era.
say on "Why do you think you "Professor Gallman will. be
deserve a horse?" The horse showing actual recruiting post-
was donated by Holly and Tony, ers from the Civil War that were
Smith and Rachael is thrilled designed to draw black soldiers
with her new friend. to the conflict," McMahon said.
With so much going on I was "This will be an interesting and
surprised she had time to study truly cutting-edge presentation
for the spelling bee. She ex- that is of interest to everyone in
plained that she did siudy mod,.,, the local cqmmunitv."
&e first t\'o times sh''6drlrpet'" 'IThe lctrfre u %rilanal ze a;-
and not as much for.this,- om E.peals.. to ,whie and-black i'-


cruits. "The demonstration of
posters and images should -be
really appealing," McMahon
said. Also in the lecture, Gall-
man will read from a series of
" recruiting speeches by black
leader Frederick Douglass and
others. "When compared or.
contrasted, the speeches aimed
at whites and those targeting
blacks should have interesting
similarities, and differences,"
McMahon said.
Professor Gallman received
his doctorate in history from
Brandeis University in 1986
and, after teaching at two other
colleges, he has been at the
University of Florida since
2003.


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"When Jesus came into the coasts of Caesar- and took upon him the form of a servant, and was
ea Philippi, he asked his disciples, saying, made in the likeness of men: And being folind in
"Whom do men say that I the Son of man am?" fashion as a man, he humbled himself, and be-
And they said, "Some say that thou art John the came obedient unto death, even the death of the
Baptist: some, Elijah; and others, Jeremiah, or cross" (Philippians 2:6-8)? Do you know this Jesus
one of the prophets. He saith unto them, But the compassionate friend who brought children to
whom say ye that I am? And Simon Peter an- His disciples to teach them humility, who raised the
swered and.said, Thou art the Christ, the Son of widow's son at Nain, who healed the cry of the de-
the living God",(Matthew 16:14-16). For nearly spondent lepers and the one who "cured many of
two years, Jesus declared Himself the Son of their infirmities and plagues, and of evil spirits;
God with miracles, wonders, and signs. His and unto many that were blind he gave sight"
teaching astounded everyone as He taught with (Luke 7:21)?
authority." (Matthew 7:28,29). He showed Him- Have we lost sight of the' Jesus who came to
self to be more than just a man He was the show Himself as a Savior? Can we talk at length
Word which had become flesh and "the word about the man we know as Jesus our friend? Is
was God" (John 1:1,14). Was there enough testi- there a hunger to know all we can about the Son of
mony for men to see who He was? Had He re- the living God? How has Jesus touched my heart
vealed Himself fully that no question would be and moved my life in a manner that humbles me
left to His distinctiveness? before the throne of the Almighty God? Can we be
The view of men was incomplete concerning so dedicated to the knowledge and wisdom of
Jesus. They did not recognize Him as the Son of knowing Jesus that we do not know Him?
God but -a figure of great men of old. Some The apostle Paul said that he did not just want to
thought He might be John the Baptist resurrected know Jesus He wanted to gain Him. "Yea doubt-
(Mark 6:14-29). They could not see the one in less, and I count all things but loss for the excel-
their midst was the Son of God. It was Peter who lency of the knowledge of Christ Jesus my Lord:
answered for the disciples, that they considered for whom I have suffered the loss of all things,
Him to be "the Christ, the Son of the living and do count them but dung, that I may win
God." Jesus commended Peter for his divine an- Christ, And be found in him, not having mine own
swer of truth. Two thousand years have passed righteousness, which is of the law, but that which
and the question remains: "Who is this Jesus?" is through the faith of Christ, the righteousness
Many seek Jesus in the pages of history to find which is of God by faith: That I may know him,
dark meanings to His character. Others look with- and the power of his resurrection, and the fellow-
in themselves to discern greater spiritual truths ship of his sufferings" (Philippians 3:8-10a). Paul
and find nothing. Vast amounts of energy are ex- did not just know of Christ; HE KNEW HIM!
erted to declare truths of sound doctrine as to the We must want to be found in Jesus, to know
nature of the church and the commandments of Him, to know the power of His resurrection and to
God and His will for all mankind. Lost in the know the fellowship of His suffering. Jesus cannot
shuffle of mindless wrangling and debate is the be a stranger in our lives. He must be first in our
lone man standing before all men asking the ques- thoughts, our motives, our speech, our actions out
tion, "Whom do men say that I the Son of man lives. Who is this Jesus? The answer is found in my
am?" Who is this Jesus? heart and my willingness to know the Christ, the
Is Jesus the one you know, "Who, being in the Son of the living God. Paul declared the Christ Je-
form of God, thought it not robbery to be equal sus was his LORD. Make Him to be LORD of your
with God: But made himself of no -reputation, life. Know Jesus!

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Captain Steve Kroll has success during one of his trips with
Pepperfish Key Charters out of Steinhatchee.


Gilchrist
County
Community.
Corner And
Calendar
Business Profile Of
The Week
This week's spotlight is on
Pepperfish Key Charters which


runs out of Ideal Marina in Ste-
inhatchee. Captain Steve Kroll
and his wife Ann run a full-time
charter fishing outfit. Captain
Steve had operated the business
on a part-time basis previously,
but it has grown so much that it
is now a full-time business.
Captain Steve specializes in
light tackle/shallow water fish-
ing for trout, redfish, mackerel,
and scallops in season. He takes
one to four fishermen out in his
Coarsey Bros. Refurbished 24'
Proline.
Steve is originally from Val-
dosta, Georgia and has lived in
North Florida for 24 years. Ann
is a seventh-generation Gilchrist
County native. The couple also
has a home in Steinhatchee.
They have three sons: Robbie,
21, Ryan, 19, and Taylor, 18.
Steve and Ann are new mem-
bers of Pine Grove Baptist
Church.
Captain Steve is a member of
the Coastal Conservation Asso-
ciation and the Florida Guide's


Association. He writes
monthly article for N
Coastlines magazine anc
been featured in Omega I
Group's "Inshore Fish
video and DVD.
If you'd like to charter a
please call (352) 222-4
email Steve at captste
atlantic.net, or visit their
site at www.pepperfishkey.c

THIS WEEK'S EVEN
Thursday, January
Chamber of Commerce
quet, 6:30 p.m., TES Ca
rium. Bell Elementary S
Family Reading, 11:30 a.mr
2:00 p.m., Computer
Safety Patrol Meeting,
p.m., Cafetorium. Tr
MSG/MSB Basketball vs.
4:00 p.m., Trenton.
Friday, January 28: Tr
Elementary School Citize
the Month, 1:45 p.m. Tr
MSG/MSB Basketball vs.
Hall, 4:00 p.m., Gainesv
Trenton JVG/JVB/VG/VB
ketball vs. Bell, 3:00 p.m., I
Monday, January 31:
ton Elementary Sign Lang
2:30 p.m. Trenton MSG/
Basketball vs. Steinhati
4:00 p.m., Trenton. Bell
School, Sale of Lollipop G
Fundraiser, until Februar:
2005.
Tuesday, February
Trenton Elementary Accele
Reader, 5:00 p.m., TES.
Elementary Classroom Pic
Stage. Bell JVB/VG/VB
ketball vs. The Rock, 4:00
Gainesville.
Wednesday, Februar
Bell Elementary Gilc
County Writes, 9:00
Grade 4, Classrooms. Bell
School Drama Club Mei
2:45 p.m., Ms. Frigon's (
room.


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Womiran's Club Ne

Mc Elroy, Chairpersons an
Arts and Crafts Committee
great job organizing the
and Crafts Festival which
held on Thursday, Januar
2005 at our regular mo
meeting.
Stephanie Metts wa
charge of the decorating.
the Christmas tree was sti
she went with the winter
derland theme using
flakes and snowmen.
picked the perfect theme fi
occasion.
The Arts and Crafts e
were all so beautiful and i
great to see how talented
members are. The first
entries can go to the Gaine
Arts and Crafts Festival
luncheon which will be he
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Celebrate 80'h
Birthday
Mrs. Maggie Trail will be
celebrating her 80th birthday at
the Bell Community Center in
Bell on Saturday, February 5th
The celebration will begin at
11:00 and a covered dish lunch-
eon will be served at 12:30 p.m.
All of her friends and family are
invited to help her celebrate.
Please bring a covered dish to
share.


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a 14, McElroy for the information on
S this event.
1: Thank you Valarie Moore and
:rated Cora Lord for taking the time to
Bell judge these entries. We also
tures, thank the members who entered
tures,
Bas-the Arts and Crafts Festival and
p.m., who gave all of us who attended
Sthe opportunity to enjoy and ap-
'y 2: preciate their outstanding dis-
:hrist plays. It was a very special
a.m, evening.
IHigh The members enjoyed the de-
ting, licious food that was .prepared
lass- by the committee as President
Lois Scott called the meeting to
order and welcomed guests
S Sylvia Arther and Meloney
Quinsey. Monnye Brown
started the meeting with a spe-
cial reading and prayer.
The various committees were
called on. Sharon Bard, Chair-
man of the Program Committee,
gave out the new books for
2004-2005. Thank you to
Sharon and the Program Com-
mittee for the hard work put into
getting these books ready for
printing. It certainly is great to
have a photo year book.
Annie Talley, Chairperson of
:. ae,,t,;inAnce CQ rimitteet re-
,WS -ported that on March 12, 2005,
-t4fRe -~' wil have a; furmmag and
Id te bake sale. Start collecting your
d household items, other than
did a
Arts clothing, for this event. Also
was mark your calendars for April
y 13, 20, 2005. We will be having a
nthly fund-raiser lunch on this date at
the Masonic Lodge in Trenton.
s in Our next meeting will be on
Since Thursday, February 10, 2005 at
11 up, 7:00 p.m. and will be hosted by
won- Annie Talley, Chairperson and
snow the Finance Committee.
She Hope to see all of you at this
or the meeting.


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Newberry Lion's
Club To Have
Annual Farm Toy
Show
February 5
Once again the Newberry
Lion's Club is preparing for its
annual Farm Toy Show on Feb-.
ruary 5th. Doors will open at
9:00 a.m. and close at 3:00 p.m.
The event will be held at Oak
View Middle School on US
27/41, just two blocks south of
the traffic light in Newberry.
Vendors from many states
come with their wares. In addi-
tion, there will be a Blindfold
Tractor Driver Race at 10:30
a.m.; lots of collector-model
toys plus less expensive toys for
sale or trade; dealers represent-
ing most of the Eastern United
States; old tractors on display
with an old tractor parade at
noon; lunch and snacks; and
door prizes with a drawing
every 30 minutes. ,
There will also be a raffle for
two pedal tractors with two
chances to win. Come and join
in the fun for this major fund-
raiser with 100 percent of the
proceeds going to benefit Lion's
Foundations, the Alachua
County Sight and Hearing
Foundation, North Florida Lions
Eye Bank and Southeastern
Guidedog School.
For more information you
may contact Ron Harper at 352-
472-6558 for general questions
or table rental information;
David Hartwell and 352-472-
7421 or Don Davis at 352-336-
1041 for information on the,
tractor parade.

Jennings Lake
Cemetery Meeting To
Be Held January 29
There will be a meeting for
the officers, as well as friends
and relatives of the Jennings
Lake Cemetery, at Akins Barbe-
cue and Grill in Bell at 6:00
p.m. on Saturday, January 29'h.
Anyone interested please
come join us for the meal and
meeting. During the meeting
funds for the cemetery will be
discussed. Donations are
needed for the cemetery fund.
We invite all officers and inter-
ested friends and relatives to
please attend.
JMV. Everett
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North Central
Florida Regional
Planning Council To
Meet January 27
There will be a meeting of the
North Central Florida Regional
Planning Council on Thursday,
January 27, 2005. The meeting
will be held at the Quality Inn
and Conference Center (for-
merly the Holiday Inn Restau-
rant), in Lake City. Dinner will
start at 7:00 and the meeting
will begin at 7:30 p.m.


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To W'ed
Melgra O'Bannon of
Gainesville and Ralph Johnston
of Maryland announce the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Alexis Geanna Johnston, to
Mark Allen Weaver, son of
Tammy Weaver of Trenton and
Carlie Weaver, Jr. of
Gainesville.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of East Side High School and is
enrolled at Santa Fe Community
S College. The bridegroom-elect
is a graduate of Trenton High
School.
Alexis is the granddaughter of
Grace O'Bannon of Gainesville.
Mark is the grandson of Zelma
Weaver and the late Carlie
Weaver, Sr. and Virginia Reed
and the late Roger Reed.
The wedding is planned for
January 29, 2005 at 6:00 p.m. at
the Baughman Center in
Gainesville. Friends and rela-
tives are invited to attend.

Social &
Personal
Happy Birthday Roshad Jack-
son, Doyle Ridgeway, Ronnie
Boyette, Sr., George Anderson,
Ruth Seale, Jason Stewart, Les-
sie Holder, Kathy Cook, and
Frances Williams on January
27th.; to Maxie Clark, Myrtle
Justice, Nicole Vickers, Kelly
Wells, and Mary Gail McLeod
on January 28th; to Shawn Tay-
lor, Shirley Robinson, Quinisha
N. Brown, Daniel Davidson,
Gail Dasher, and Mary
McQuiston on January 29th; to
Diana Smith, Gary Beach,
Lamont Haynes, Donna Boyles,
Marvin Weaver, and Grant
Smith on January 30th; to Aaron
Riess, Frederick Rutledge,
Ricky Brown, and Jennifer
Phillips on January 31st; to Mike
Beauchamp, Kerry Waterman,
Glenda Stewart, Jackie R. Bar-
ron, Terri Pimental, Essie Law-
son, and Kim Delancey on
February 1st; and to Wayne Wil-
son, Faye Layfield, Joyce Gra-
ham, Ronnie Koltz, and Robin
Perryman on February 2nd
Happy Anniversary to Mr.
and Mrs. Bubba Beck on Janu-
ary 29th; to Leslie and Theresa
Sapp on January 31st; and to
Wayne and Minnie Stalvey. Mr.
and Nlrs- Goi-dah'Dasher, and
Bruce and Toni Kincaid on Feb-
ruary 1 '.


Marriage
Applications Filed In
Gilchrist County
John Clinton White of Bell,
Florida and Heather Lynn Baker
of High Springs, Florida.


Study. Recording Artist

PBC1 Marvin Morrow To
Perform At Country
Gospel Concert
RCH February 3
Refresh your spirit on Thurs-
t day, February 3rd by attending a
lively and life affirming concert
by country Gospel singer
Marvin Morrow. The concert
will be held beginning at 7:00
p.m. at Faith Place at Otter
Springs, a retreat well-known
AM locally for its natural beauty.
AM Marvin Morrow is at the heart
of the growing country Gospel
AM industry. Since 1997, Marvin
SPM has recorded nine projects and
S three concert videos, and re-
leased 19 radio singles, nine of
d & which have been Top Ten
PM Country Gospel Hits. Six of his
singles have earned number one
spots, both nationally and inter-
nationally. He has been nomi-
nated by Gospel Radio DJs and
fans for Male Vocalist, Enter-
tainer of the Year, and Single of
the Year and has won awards
for Singles, Songwriter, Album


Cover, Video, TV Program
Host, and Male Vocalist.
Marvin hosts at least four hours
of live television programs each
month and is a frequent guest on
Jimmy Snow's Gospel Country
broadcast from Nashville, Ten-
nessee.
Mr. Morrow is also known
for the annual four-day Gospel
event, Singing on the Farm,
held at his home in Cypress Inn,
Tennessee. Last year two dozen
performers took (he stage in the
event, which is attended by
thousands of country Gospel
fans. He also is the head of Old
Ship Ministries and Piney Re-
cords.
To listen to samples of his
music and to learn more about
his ministry, visit his website at
http://marvinmorrow.150m.com
Faith House is located at 6480
SW 80th Avenue in Gilchrist
County. For information, call
Trish at 463-9340.

Hear David Ring At
Trenton First Baptist
Church February 13
"You've Never Heard A
Speaker Like David Ring!"
Nationally known speaker
David Ring will be speaking at
Trenton First Baptist Church on
Sunday morning, February 13,
2005 at 10:00 a.m. You won't
want to miss the opportunity of
being blessed by hearing this
man's testimony. It will change
your outlook on life.
David was born with cerebral
palsy on October 28, 1953 in
Jonesboro, Arkansas. After
being orphaned at an early age,
David was cast about from
"pillar to post." Life seemed
worse than hopeless to him until
his relationship began with Je-
sus. Christ who taught himself
respect and an acceptance of his
physical challenges.
As a nationally known
speaker since 1973, David
shares his story with over
100,000 people each year at
churches, conventions, schools
and corporate events. He has
been featured on numerous oc-
casions on The Old Time Gospel
Hour with Reverend Jerry Fal-
well, as well as other nationally
televised and radio programs.
David always focuses on an
individuals' need to overcome


Baby afield
Chad and Lauri Barfield of
Trenton proudly announce the
arrival of their first child, a
daughter, Addyson Joy Barfield.
Addy was born October 9, 2004
at 6:38 p.m. She weighed 6
pounds, 12 ounces and meas-
ured 20 inches in length.
Proud maternal grandparents
are Alex and Joyce Perryman of
Trenton. She is the great-
granddaughter of the late James
and Jean Cooper of Chiefland
and the late Epp and Lora Per-
ryman of Trenton.
Proud paternal grandparents
are Clay and Hester Barfield of
Tallahassee. She is the great-
granddaughter of Marie Barfield
and the late Vernie Barfield of
Altha and the late Bill and
Molly Shoemake of Hosford.

stan while assigned to Company
E, 2nd Battalion, 6th Marine
Regiment, stationed at 'Camp
Lejeune, North Carolina. The
company was deployed as a
surge force specifically for the
Afghani presidential election
cycle.
Among other missions, Can-
non and his fellow Marines pro-
vided security for Afghani
President Hamid Karzai during
the first presidential elections in
that country in support of Op-
eration Enduring Freedom.
After the inauguration, Presi-
dent Karzai expressed his
gratitude to the Marines in Can-
non's unit by presenting them
an autographed photo.
Cannon is a 2002 graduate of
Gainesville High School of
Gainesville.


Army Specialist
Adam R. Stump
Participates In
Inauguration
Army Spec. Adam R. Stump
participated in the 55th Presi-
dential Inauguration in Wash-
ington, D.C., as a member of the
Joint Task Force-Armed Forces
Inaugural Committee. The
competitively selected members
from the five branches of U.S.
military services arrive accord-
ing to a time-phased plan at the
direction of the Secretary of De-
fense.


personal handicaps a TheTriu4hMi ij ip iq
ties of 1i-f. As one wct*,setic, ,,Eganiat -, ,hrgR.4
been stilled by hihIs iycTI with coordinating all military
limitations, he clearly states his ceremonial participation and
challenge- to everyone, "I have support for the 2005, 55th
Cerebral Palsy, What's Your Presidential Inauguration at the
Problem?" To most, physical nation's capital. The committee ,
challenges of this magnitude establishes a location from
would prove to be a tombstone, which to operate, retrieve and
For David Ring, his coming of review all available historical
age was, and remains, a mile- documentation, and establish
stone. operating and contracting pro-
For more information you cedures.
may call Trenton First Baptist The inaugural team is respon-
Church at 463-2038. The sible for a range of planning,
church is located on Wade operational, communications,
Street, two blocks east of the logistics, personnel, and public
traffic light in Trenton. affairs support related to inau-


Private Mathew
Corbin Reports
For Duty At
Camp Lejeune
Marine Corps Private Mathew
A. Corbin, son of Brenda L.
Ross of Bell, and Paul R.
Corbin of Glennie, Michigan,
recently reported for duty with
Anti-Terrorism Battalion, 4th
Marine Expeditionary Brigade,
Camp Lejeune, North Carolina.
Corbin is a 2004 graduate of
Trenton High School and joined
the Marine Corps in June 2004.


Cpl. Jesse A. Cannon
Returns From
Deployment
Marine Corps Cpl. Jesse A.
Cannon, son of Mike Durrance
of Williston, recently returned
from a deployment to Afghani-


gural ceremonies and activities.
Military participation tradition-
ally includes musical units,
marching bands, color guards,
firing details and salute batter-
ies, and provide a limited
amount of approved logistical
support. When fully manned,
more than 700 people partici-
pate within JTF-AFIC to pro-
vide military support during the
ten-day inaugural period, Janu-
ary 15th through January 24"'.
Stump served as a parade
element escort and has served in
the military for two years.
He is the son of Julie L.
Stump of Chiefland and a 2002
graduate of Chiefland High
School.

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11:00 am Morning Worship Service
6:00 pm Wednesday Bible Study
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Gilliam. Kneeling are Lois Fletcher and 'Cindy Slaughter. Not pictured is Mark Feather.
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about the "Old Gym Project"
that is in the works to move the
old gym from the Trenton High
School campus over to the
Trenton Elementary School
campus. Not only is moving the
historic structure a complicated
process, but the foundationalso
needs to be ready before it is
moved, and then the restoration
work'has to be done.
The speakers explained that
they have been working for
three years on this project, with
fund-raising, grant-writing and
planning. When the first grant
was received to move the
structure, it required a match of
$50,000, and Mrs. Ledvina ex-
plained that. their fund-raising
efforts have raised $50,640.
They expect that it will take at
least $100,000 just to move the.
structure. A second grant of
$300,000 was written which
will be used.to restore and bring
the building up to code and into
compliance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act of 1990.
Dr. Surrency and Mrs. Ledvina
explained that they had gone to
Tallahassee to present their
grant request, in competition
with'many other people who
had other worthy historical
projects that need restoration.
i The.Old Gym-will-be-able to -
be moved in one piece, ex-
plained Todd Gray, who is con-
sulting with the School Board
on,the project. It will be moved
across the hay field and a
limerock road which run across
the back of the properties.
Phase I will consist of building
a pier foundation similar to the
one that it sits on now, moving
the building and securing it to
its foundation.. Phase II will
consist of the renovation (in-
cluding new boys and girls
locker rooms) as well as the
building of a new museum to be
placed into the front lobby of
the gym. The museum will
highlight the history of the
structure when it was built by
John Franklin Beach, Sr. and his
company during the Great De-
pression, and will showcase
sports memorabilia from Tren-


ton sports stars.
Dr. Surrency and Mrs. Led-
vina explained that there are two
reasons why the gym is being
moved: It is "landlocked" at the
high school campus with no ac-
cess for cars, and the Trenton
Elementary School would bene-
fit from having an indoor gym-
nasium for gym class and as-
semblies. The museum will be
an added attraction for commu-
nity members.
The Trenton Rotary Club is
helping to celebrate the Rotary
Centennial this year, as the Ro-
tary Club marks its 100-year
anniversary. To commemorate
this occasion, the club will re-
build a fountain out in front to
resemble one that existed in
front of the gym in times past.
Jonathan Kincaid is organizing
this project. Surrounding the
fountain will be benches and the
bricks that have been purchased
by community members. Mrs.
Ledvina stated that the bricks
are still available; you can have
a short message or family name
printed onto a brick to be placed
at the site for $100.00. For
more information on purchasing
a brick, please call Mrs. Ledvina
at (352) 463-3224.

Members of the Trenton Ro-
tary Club were out on Saturday
morning, January 22nd putting
the primer coat of paint onto the
racquetball courts located at the
Trenton City Park. It was too
cold for the primer coat to dry
that day, so they called it quits
by 10:30 a.m. and are going to'
put the color coat on at a later
date. Thanks, to everyone who
participated in this worthy
community service project.


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In Trenton
February 14 15
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christ County Public Library in
Trenton. The class feeis $10.
There are no tests. The two day,
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(352) 333-3036 for information
and to register. The next class
will be held February 14th and
15'h, (Monday and Tuesday)
from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.
Linda LeGrow
Class Coordinator

FHP Driver License
And Vehicle
Inspection
Checkpoints
The Florida Highway Patrol
will be conducting driver li-
cense and vehicle inspection
checkpoints during the follow-
ing dates: February 1-28,
2005:
Dixie: Chavous Road, CR
55A, SR 349, CR 349, CR 351,
CR 358, Willow Hole Rd.
Gilchrist: SR 26, SR 49, SR
47, CR 138, SE 70th Ave., CR
232, CR 340, CR 341.
Lafayette: SR 20, SR 51, SR
53, SR 349.
Levy: SR 24, SR 45, SR 49,
SR 51, SR 320, CR 320, CR
341, CR 345.
Troopers will focus on vehi-
cles that are being operated with
defects and violations such as:
Worn/unsafe tires, bad brakes,
improper window tinting,
cracked/broken windshields,
unsecured loads, and defective
lighting. In addition, attention
will be directed to violations' of:
Driver license laws, motor vehi-
cle registration laws, non-use of
seatbelts, and motor vehicle in-
surance requirements.
The Florida Highway Patrol
has found these checkpoints to
be an effective method of en-
forcing state laws, which relate
to the safe and legal operation
of motor vehicles.


will be nine sessions with dif-
ferent members of the guild
teaching the weekly classes.
The purpose of having different
teachers each week is to provide
the beginners with ideas and
techniques from experienced
quilters with different instruc-
tions, tips and possible short
cuts. The classes will run
through March 17th with the
conclusion of the actual quilt
assembly.
Anyone needing additional
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classes or information about
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The Springhouse Quilters
Guild is getting the new year off
to a very big start with a series
of basic quilting classes. There
were 24 beginning quilters who
started the classes on January
20th. Teachers for the first ses-
sion were Kay Fales and Mary
Rawlins. The next class is
scheduled for January 27'h with
Frances William and Anna Gil-,
liam teaching the group the'
"Rail Fence" block along with
how to properly use quilting
tools. Some tools, especially
the rotary cutter, is a danger to
the hands of quilters if not prop-
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use.
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 2005


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It was a fun-filled day for the
children at Trenton Elementary
School and Kids' World
Learning Center when Karl
Leschanz and Doris Pope from
Ayers' Health & Rehabilitation
Center came in for a visit.
Ms. Pope is a retired elemen-
tary school teacher and enjoyed
being back in the teaching at-
mosphere. After each story was
read, Ms. Pope would ask the
children questions to keep them
involved and attentive. Ms.
Pope stated that "the children
were good listeners and very
interactive."
Mr. Karl Leschanz enjoyed
playing number games and
reading with the children. After
all the learning activities were
through inside, Karl played soc-
cer outside with the children.
"Playing soccer with the little
ones was nice, I played soccer
as a child also," said Karl.
All the parties involved had a
wonderful time together, expe-
riencing new relationships and
remembering good old times
from the past.


created by the Bell community
as they go out and support their
high school team. The teams
took the court, the Star Span-
gled Banner was played, and the
game was ready to begin.
Bell came into this game
against the Branford Buccaneers
high off their victory over the
Mayo Hornets 55-47 in over-
time on Tuesday night. The
first quarter started off with a bit
of an offensive struggle for both
teams early. About a minute
and a half into the first quarter,
Bell got the first point of the
game when #32 Zach Woolsey
hit a free throw, and missed the
other. Branford guard #14 went
down to the other side of the
court and easily pulled up and
made a great jump shot to take a
2-1 lead. Bell would answer
right back as #1 Todd Scaggs
drained a tremendous shot to
give Bell a 3-2 lead. The Bull-
dogs would never trail again.
On Bell's next trip down the
court #44 Buck Douglas created
a shot. that wasn't there and
somehow hit the lay-up to give
Bell a 5-2 advantage early.
Branford would cut the lead to
one as their guard #11 fought
for a free shot and made it.
Later in the first, as Bell lead 7-
4, te iul-og cratedbac-to


Dinner Theater, An 4, the Bulldogs created back-to-
back breakaways both ending
Evening Of The Arts, with #44 Buck Douglas on the
To Be Held other end making lay-ups.
February 10 As the first quarter progressed
February 10 Bell led 11-5. Just when it
Bell's Purple Powerhouse looked like Branford would cut
Band Boosters, along with Bell the lead Todd Scaggs stole the
High School's Drama Program, ball and #34 Darrel Dees made
will present "An Evening of the a great lay-up to give Bell the
Arts," a night full of music and 13-5 lead. Just as Branford
entertainment, along with a looked like they would start to
scrumptious Italian dinner! play sluggish and fall behind,
This special evening will be the Buccaneers fought back as
held on Thursday, February 10th #20 pulled up at the right side of
at the Bell Elementary school the arch and hit a much-needed
Cafeteria. Dinner will begin at three to cut Bell's lead to five.
6:45 p.m. Later in the first, as Bell pos-
Come listen, watch, and expe- sessed a 10-15 lead #22 for
rience the talents of our students Branford took the ball to the
on this special evening ...and hole, made the shot, and got
help support the Arts. fouled. Branford made the free
Advance tickets will be on throw and cut Bell's lead to
salefor $10 per adult; $5 for two. Bell would then run out
children under the age of 12. the quarter and at the end of the
The tickets will also be sold at first quarter Bell lead Branford
the door for $12 per adult and 15-13.
$6 for children under 12. In the second quarter
Advance ticket sales l are Branford had a chance to tie it
available at the following loca- eightt off the bat as #20 got
tions through January 31s. Bell fouled but he only made one
High Sthool (front office), Bell o ri h co and made. c a .
.Eleme tarNool, (front 6f- n'pointrgame. As Bell marched
fice), Stephanien s FlowerI;sandntdrfW ,'t f.tl"'iourt it Was DaYtel
Gifts, Capital City Bank in Bell Dees who answered for Bell as
and Trenton, the Chamber of he hit a lay-up in traffic to give
Commerce in Trenton; and Bell a 17-14 advantage early in
Trenton Floral and Gifts on the second. Branford couldn't
Main Street. convert on their possession and
Mark your -calendars for this on Bell's ensuing possession #4
special evening event! Brent Strickland pulled up at the
top of the key and hit nothing
but net for three. Branford an-
Bell Boys Defeat swered with a jump shot by #11,
Branford On Friday but Bell silenced the Buccaneers
By Jason Avery when #44 Buck Douglas made a
It was the usual buzz in the three of his own to give Bell a
air as the fans entered the Bell 23-16 lead late in the second. In
High School Gymnasium, the the 'closing seconds #32 Zach
sound of the fans cheering as Woolsey nailed a lay-up to ex-
they awaited the tip off and the tend the Bulldog lead. It would
stomping in the stands as the be Branford who ended the half
cheerleaders showed their sup- when #32 made an off-balanced
port. It is the great atmosphere shot to cut the Bell lead to 25-
18 to end the half.
In the third.quarter Todd
Scaggs, Darrel Dees, and Buck
Douglas would' dominate and
y Branford would only score one
point. Bell's lead escalated into
9 25 a 48-19 advantage by the end of
9 fourth quarter it was too big of a
3-, margin for the Buccaneers to
,- p.m overcome. Bell would win the
Same 54 to 27 when it was all
..;,, '. v said and done.
Bell's next game will be
'against their rival,, the Trenton
Tigers, on Friday January 28t,
at 7:30 p.m. This game will be
played at the Bell High School
Gymnasium. Be sure to go out
and support your alma mater,
t whether you bleed orange and
black, or purple and gold.


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Character Council
Sponsors Its 1st Kick
Off Breakfast
By Geneva Cornwell
With contributions from local
merchants, the Character Coun-
cil of Gilchrist County spon-
sored its first annual "Kick off
Breakfast" on Thursday, Janu-
ary 20, 2005. The reason for'the
event was to kick off the new
year by introducing its guests to
the Council's purpose and
scope. The breakfast, held at
the Trenton Community Center,
began promptly at 7:30 a.m.
with President Dr. Jim Surrency
as its MC.
The 20 distinguished guests
present were given the opportu-
nity to observe the Council in
action by witnessing an abbre-
viated form of an actual meet-
ing. The Council members
voted to have the Council join
the Chamber of Commerce, do-
nate an "Achieving True Suc-
cess" book as a door prize to the
upcoming Chamber Banquet,
and to obtain a post office box
for its incoming mail.
After the meeting the guests
were favored with a nutritious
breakfast, while fellowshipping
among themselves and looking
over the two display tables. The
tables exhibited the activities of
the Council with its scrap book,
a binder with "character" bulle-
tins for businesses, as well as
one each of the four volumes of
the character education cur-
riculum which is used in both
Bell and Trenton Elementary
schools.
After the meal, keynote
speaker, Mr. Keith Jackson, de-
livered a most interesting ad-
dress. Mr. Jackson is one of the
public speakers for the Charac-
ter Council of Florida. He trav-
eled from Brooksville to be with
the group. He gave a short syn-
opsis of different changes in our
country over the past century
regarding "character." He en-
couraged everyone to continue
down the right path of leading
the younger generation in moral
character training and educa-
tion, by teaching and learning
how we all must suppress bad
character and show forth good
character as we live our every-
day lives.
There was a time for discus-
sion and kiq;tl tjItfW _)l

sent, Krstie McElroy and Judy
Overstreet, gave a report on
how well the "Character First!"
curriculum is exceeding expec-
tations in the lives of those stu-
dents, with the assistance of
their parents. They shared that
the training in character is
.helping the students to adhere to
guidelines and principles being
taught.
Vice President, Sheriff David
Turner, then gave, a few words
of exhortation as to how the
"Character First!" program is
working among those he over-
sees in the law enforcement
sector of our county. He em-
phasized how he tries diligently
to encourage those working for
the Sheriff's Office by praising
them for the good character
qualities which they exhibit on
the job.
As a result of the "Kick-off
Breakfast," those of the Char-
acter Council, as well as the
guests, left the activity encour-
,aged with the fact that they all
know more now about the un-
derlining good things that are
coming from being a part of
building character in themselves
and in the lives of others. The
Council would like to publicly
thank the area restaurants and
businesses for their contribu-
tions in making the breakfast a
success, and in exemplifying
with all of Gilchrist citizens,
that a "County of Character, is
a County that cares."



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Kelly from Rapid Systems Inc., and Teremv Bunklev.


Gilchrist County
School District Goes
Wireless!


NEFEC (North East Florida
Educational Consortium) also
contributed by providing the
expertise needed to smoothly


Thursday evening saw the integrate this state-ot-the-art
successful completion of a five technology into what is fast be-
month long project to reduce the coming a leading district for
Gilchrist County School Dis- educational technology. District
trict's dependence on conven- Technology Coordinator Aaron
tional leased data lines for the Wiley and Bell Tech Specialist
data connections within the dis- Jeremy Bunkley rounded out the
trict. group that brought the new
The installation of the wire- system on-line Thursday night.
less system started on January
10th after several months of Education
planning. Two high-speed an- Foundation Of
tennas were installed on then
tower located at the Bell Full Gilchrist County, Inc.
Service building. Ha
These two antennas connect T Have
the Bell school campuses to the Walk-A-ThOHi
Operations Center, Central February 5
Campus, and Trenton Mid- The date for the 2005 Walk-a-
dle/High School at speeds up to Thon has been set. Mark your
18 times faster than the leased calendars for Saturday, Febru-
lines that had been used previ- ary 5, 2005.
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Trenton Middle/High School able at the county office for
and Trenton Elementary School ,ii wfi like to begin
has also been replaced wi*ril [__3rd1smlg.
high-speed wireless. It has always been appreci-
Rapid Systems Inc., from ated to see the community come
Tampa, was awarded the con- together for this event and" it is
tract to provide the equipment hoped that you will participate
and the installation at the De- again.
cember 7th meeting of the Gil- If any further information is
christ County School Board. needed please contact Susan


Bryant' at 352-463-3194 or
Teresa Miller at 352-278-2147.

Gilchrist County
District Schools To
Make Up Final
Hurricane Day On
February 21
The Gilchrist County Schools
will make up the final hurricane
day on Monday, February 21,
2005.
The Gilchrist County Schools
would like to thank the commu-
nity as well as parents, students
and staff for their patience in
working through the storms that
impact our county.
The school'board also ap-
proved additional early release
days as follows:
February 9th; March 23d;
April 13h; and May 11th.

Bell High School
SClasses To'Have
i RgeuiigonFebutary 1
The Bell High School classes
of 1943 to 1948 will have their
class reunion February 29th at
the Lighthouse Restaurant in
Fanning Springs from 1:00 p.m.
until' 4:00 p.m. Call Clyde
Townsend at 386-935-1065.


Bell Band Booster
And Drama Club
Parents To Meet
February 3
Bell's Purple Powerhouse
Band Boosters will have a spe-
cial meeting on Thursday, Feb-
ruary 3rd at 7:00 p.m. in the
band room. All drama pro-
gram/club parents are invited!
We will be putting the fin-
ishing touches on our upcoming
Dinner Theater, An Evening of
the Arts. The band, along with
the drama program will present
an evening of exciting' drama
and musical entertainment,
along with a scrumptious Italian
dinner on February 10h.
Please join us. this evening as
we need all of you to help to
make this evening a terrific suc-
cess!
Thanks to all of you parents
who have already joined the
Purple Powerhouse Band
Boosters. For those of you who
have not had a chance to sign up
yet...come to this- meeting!
This is a great opportunity to
become a part of the exciting
support group of the band. Par-
ents, relatives, guardians, we
need all of you to help make
this organization a success.
This organization supports your
band student, we need you. If
you have any questions, check
us out at
http://www.purplepowerhouseb
and.org. That's all for
now...we'll keep you tuned in.


Debbie Norton-Aronowicz,
President,
Purple.Powerhouse
Band Boosters & Officers

Bell's Purple
Powerhouse Band's
Cookie Dough Sale
Going On Now
Bell's Purple Powerhouse
Band is selling yummy cookie
dough now through January 31"
(new date!) Students will,be
able to pick up their cookie
dough orders on Friday, Febru-'


IT'S YOUR SCHOOL -- LET'S GET INVOLVED!!
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
From January 27 to February 2, 2005
Gilchrist County Superintendent's Office 1-800-884-9131
Transportation Office 1-800-833-5702
Date Time Event Place
TRENTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
1/27 6:30 pm Chamber of Commerce Banquet TES Cafetorium
1/28 1:45 pm Citizen of the Month fo- January
1/31 2:30/3:30 pm Sign Language
2/1 5/7 pm Accelerated Reader
BELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
1/27 11:30 am/1 pm Family Reading Computer Lab
1/27 2/4 pm Family Reading Computer Lab
31/7...34 rpm "' 'Safety PltOl Meeting ". Cjafetorium
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TRENTON MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL


1/27 4pm
1/28 3 pm
1/28 4 pm
1/31 4pm
BELL
1/27 4pm
1/28 3 pm
1/31-2/14
2/1 4pm
2/2 2:45/4 pm


Basketball (MSG/MSB) vs. Bell Gym
Basketball (JVG/JVBVG/VB) vs. Bell Bell
Basketball (MSG/MSB) vs. Oak'Hall Gainesville
Basketball (MSG/MSB) vs. Steinhatchee Gym
MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL
Basketball (MSG/MSB) vs. Trenton Trenton
Basketball (JVG/JVBVG/VB) vs. Trenton Gym
Sale of Lollipop Grams (Fundraiser) BHS
Basketball (JVB/VG/VB) vs. The Rock Gainesville
Drama Club Meeting Ms. Frigon's Classroom


ary 11'h at the football conces-
sion stand between the hours of
2:35 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.
This year, back by. popular
demand, we will be selling the
whole tubs of dough, not the
tubs of individual rolled cook-
ies. Look for the Purple Power-
house Band students with their
order forms. Get those orders in
quick.
This is a major fund-raiser for
the band to help provide neces-
sary needs, uniforms, equip-


ment, you name it! So help the
band grow while eating some
delicious cookies.
SIf you have any questions that
have not been answered, you
can get help by going online to
http://www.purplepowerhouseb
and.org and we'll keep you
posted.
Debbie Norton-Aronowicz,
President,
Purple Powerhouse,
Band Boosters'


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Bell Elementary Students of the Month
December's Character Trait: "Thriftiness"
Mrs. Hutto's class, Princess Newmones; Pre-K, Molly O'Sullivan, Sara O'Sullivan,
Isaiah Ryker, and Everett Pack; Kindergarten, Morgan Martin, Ryan Stalvey,
Christine Rowe, Maria "Lupitd" Mendoza, and Abigale Bell; First Grade, Jacob
Floyd, Devin Townsend, Marissa Janes, Nathan Ward, and Evan Wilson; Second
Grade, Trever Bare, Baylee Rolling, Micheal Smith, and Evan Powell; Third Grade,
Garrett Floyd, Victoria Ryan, August Megargel, Aleena Porta, and Robert Bedsole;
Fourth Grade, Kyle Floyd, Emily Helton, Jonathan Rowe, Samantha Fowler, Austin
Haynes, Jerod Bass, and Randell Barnes; Fifth Grade, Timothy Griffith, Austin
Douglas, Audrey Philman, Greg Sinclair, and Elizabeth Corbett.


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"Your

Country

Connection"
By Lois Cosgrove
7270 S.E. 79th Lane
Trenton, Florida 32693
Phone 472-3186
E-mail: lois1026 @mailstation.com


"Care for the Entire Family"


#2046
GREETINGS
This cute picture of a beagle
sitting on a chair has been in my
Country Connection pile long
enough, so it's about time I
shared it with you. The beagle
looks very comfortable and
seems interested in watching
what's going on, whatever that
may be...
Let each day be a master-
piece, even silence has a mel-
ody of its own...
BIRTHDAYS
Happy Birthday to Johnnie R.
Hunt and Terry Dean Warren
(29) of Fort White on January
27th; to Richard Dennis Con-
natser, Sr. (49) of Bell on Janu-
ary 28th; to Barbara Rowe (65)
of Sun N'Fun on January 29th;
to Sandra Eileen (Gay) Martin
(46) of Fort White and Julie
Greene (50) of Bell on January
31st; to Ruth Campbell of Bell
on February 2nd... "May all of
you have a very nice day cele-
brating!"


El 1- .-- --. What's the use of having an
'M_- ... enemy if you can have a
"all-,i P ------- friend?
..... 2 1- ......
----- ..._--- ------ -ANNIVERSARY
SI Happy Anniversary to John
and Inge Mauthner 'of Wac-
-r casassa Lake who will celebrate
U[ ..their 51" on February 2nd...
,, "Have a lovely day celebrat-
ing!"
It takes as much energy to
hold out a helping hand as to
point a finger...
REMINDER
The Gilchrist County Crime
Watch monthly meeting is
-------. .---- ...Tuesday, February 1st starting at
7:00 p.m. Meetings are held the


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(Across from Wal-Mart Super Center)


OFFICE HOURS
Monday / Wednesday/ Friday
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Tuesday / Thursday
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They work in vain whose fin-
gers skilled
Place stone on stone and beam
on beam
And sculpture substance out of
dream!
Here human hands have fash-
ioned fair
An edifice of beauty rare,
Not just to satisfy man's pride
But that God's Spirit may
abide!
For six decades on Chester Hill
This Church God's purpose to
fulfill
Has stood, to make Christ's
love its aim,
4


last Tuesday of each month in
the sheriff's office meeting
room at the Administration
Building in Trenton.
There's more to boxing than
hitting. There's not getting
hit, for instance...
FANTASTIC FACTS
Where did the dullard get the
name, "Clod Hopper?"
In early England the peasants
were uneducated; it was there-
fore assumed they were unin-
telligent. The gentry rode
horses across the fields, while
the peasantry walked afoot,
hopping over the clods of earth
turned up by the plow. They
were literally "Clodhoppers."
It's hard to be nostalgic when
you can't remember any-
thing...
RIB TICKLERS
One pastor made a list of 357
sins mentioned in the .Bible.
Afterwards he got many re-
quests from people who were
interested in obtaining the list.
They were afraid they had
maybe missed one or two sins.
As the last of 15 postcards
disappeared into the outgoing
mail slot at a nearby post office,
I realized I'd forgotten to add
something namely the
stamps. I ran to the counter
and, hoping to elicit some sym-
pathy from the woman behind
it, began, "Did you ever make a.
mistake?"
Terseley, she replied, "Well,
I've been married three times."
As the lights began dimming

at a recent classical music con-
cert, an offstage announcer ad-
dressed the audience: "...And
at this time, would you be good
enough to set your cell phones
and small children on vibrate."
Hopelessly lost, the man
pulled his car into an abandoned
gas station in the desert and got
out. The only creature there
was an owl. "Owl, are you able
to tell me the quickest way to
town?"
"Are you walking or driv-
ing?" asked the wise owl.
"I'm driving."
"Well. that's the quickest
way .
"When people ask me if I
have any spare change," says
comedian Nick Arnette, "I tell
them I have it at home in my
spare .wallet."
"Skiing? I do not participate
in any sport with ambulances at
the bottom of the hill."
Erma Bombeck
You have to do your own
growing, no matter how tall
your grandfather was...

THE COOK'S CORNER
Steamed Clams
30 clams in the shell
2 tbsp. butter or margarine,
melted
Juice of 1/2 lemon
Salt
Pepper
Little neck or hard shell clam
is the variety used. Scrub the
shell with a brush and wash free
of sand in several waters. Place
clams in a large kettle. Add 1/2
cup boiling water. Cover
tightly and steam for 10 minutes
or until shells open. Lay a nap-
kins on a hot platter and place
the clams in their shells on this;
cover with a second napkin and
serve. In eating, remove the
clam from the shell and dip in
butter and lemon juice mixed
and seasoned with salt and pep-
per. The thin, tough part known
as the neck is not eaten.
One doesn't have a sense of
humor. It has you...

HOUSEHOLD HINT
For a fresher flavor, place
frozen fish in milk to thaw...
Train for advancement, pre-
pare for emergencies, and be
ready for opportunities...

QUIET REFLECTIONS
Chester Hill
Except the Lord the house shall
build,


Open Mon. Fri.
710 East Highway 26


And His redemptive grace pro-
claim!
As years have passed, the stal-
wart souls
Have moved toward God's ad-
vancing goals;
Faithful to His Kingdom's plan
They've served Him and their
fellow man!
And now with faith that ever
grows,
And Love that seeks but to
disclose
The consummation of our Hope,
We climb with cheer this hal-
lowed slope!
God bless the lives that in the
past
Have toiled that this great
church might last.
God bless the lives that now
will give
That this great church for aye
will live!
E. Leslie Wood
I'll leave you with this
THOUGHT FOR TODAY:
Continually look to eternity in
Heaven and despise the com-
forts and affairs of this
world...

Local Family's Home
Burns To Ground
The Norris family recently
lost their home, car, and all their
personal belongings to a fire.
The Norrises are great-
grandparents raising three great-
grandchildren, three boys, ages
4, 6 and 8 years of age. The
grandmother suffered second
and third degree burns as well
as a broken leg rescuing one of
the boys. She is in the Burn
Unit of Shands in Gainesville.
An account has been opened
at the Lafayette County State
Bank in Branford and Mayo un-
der the name of "The Norman
Norris Fire Fund" for the,Norris
family for those who would like
to help them. They were unin-
sured and lost everything but
the clothes on their backs.
A fund-raising event is also
being planned at the Santa Fe
Saloon for Saturday, February
5th, starting at 2:00 p.m. Ms.
Cookie Philman and the cus-
tomers,of the Santa Fe Saloon
are planning a. turkey shoot,
yard sale, and a barbecue cook-
out as well as games for the sole
benefit Qf the Norris family. r;--
Anone fishing to dona.te-a.i
yard sale item is asked to call
Ms. Cookie Philman at 386-
935-2720 or Roger Burnside at
386-935-3343. Arrangements
for picking up your items will
be made. You may also take
your items to the Santa Fe Sa-
loon anytime during business
hours.

Get your
Color Copies
from The
Gilchrist County
Journal 463-7135


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make friends with them. They
always stop by to see us when
they come back.
We had five visitors and
they had lunch with us. We
have several quilt groups
coming in March and we have
another wedding coming up.
Lunch was great with
chicken and dumplings, lots of
cheese dishes, mixed vegeta-
bles, pumpkin cake, Marie's ?,
lemon pie, lots of salads and so
much more. There were 24
present.
Winnelle Home

Next Pickin At The
Depot To Be Held
February 5
Due to the first Saturday of
the month falling on January 1',
New Year's Day, the December
Bluegrass Pickin at the Depot
will be cancelled for the month
of January. The next picking "
will be held Saturday, February
5th at the.Trenton Community
Center. Hope to see you then!


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This quilt was appliqued and quilted by Shirley
Murphy. It went to the fair in Tampa and when we go
down in February we hope to see a ribbon on it.


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2001 Ford Ranger 5-speed, Only 45K miles, very nice
2001 Hyundai Sonata 4-door, power options, nice
2000 Dodge Caravan Only 68Kmiles, auto
1999 Ford Windstar 6-cylinder, loaded, nice'
1999 Ford Contour All power, many extras, 6-cylinder
1999 Jeep Cherokee Auto, 6-cylinder
1998 Ford Ranger XLT Ext. Cab, 4x4, Only 79K miles
1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee Clean, low miles
1996 Ford Explorer Eddie Bauer, 4x4, loaded
1994. Chevy Z71 Regular cab, 4x4, stepside, must see

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Log Cabin Quilters
The Log Cabin Quilters met
Thursday, January 20th at the
Levy County Quilt Museum.
It was another busy day. We
now have the third quilt in to
work on. The new one is like
"Jacob's Coat," a quilt of
many colors done in the "Log
Cabin" pattern.
Mike Brannon came up from
Camp Caruth and brought fab-
ric for us to use when the chil-
dren come to camp. They
paint the squares we make the
quilt and wall hanging from.
When we finish them they are
taken back and hung in the
school rooms. We will be go-
ing down soon to visit and see
how the children are doing.
We are in a busy time and
are having lots of visitors.
Many of them are looking for
land to move tooo and wecan't
blame them. Country living is
so peaceful as the cities are
getting so crowded. Sometimes
it's hard to see the stars at
night there are so many lights.
We meet so many and usually
get to know these people and


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Kyle Robertson is shown with his dad Danny Robertson
with a seven-point which was killed in Eufaula, Alabama
on January 16, 2005.

o Woodland Craft Signs 4

Vinyl Letters Custom Graphics

Business & Personal

Real Estate & Political

) 463-7135 4


Character First!
Theme Of The
Month Is
"Availability"
By Geneva Cornwell
AVAILABILITY: focusing
on others' needs.
AVAILABILITY doesn't sit
around dormant waiting for
something to happen. Rather, it
keeps people busy on their own
projects, but with a readiness to
change projects and priorities if
needed. AVAILABILITY is
similar to a river that powers a
water mill. The energy is in the
river all the time, it just needs
directions to the right place.
AVAILABILITY is the capa-
bility of being used; that state in
which a thing can be reached or
obtained. It is being accessible.
The word available comes from
adding the suffice -able to a
variation of the Old French
term, avaler. Avaler is derived
from the Latin word ad, mean-
ing "to" or "for," and valere
meaning "to be strong; of
worth."
.AVAILABILITY is the abil-
ity to add strength or worth to
another person. it is the quality
of one who stands ready to con-
tribute his or her own strength
and talent to those who need it.
The one who receives that
service is said to "avail" himself
of those benefits. That is to say,
he receives "strength" or
"worth" from others.
AVAILABILITY makes eve-
ryone successful. Just as when
one member of a team hurts,
everyone hurts, so when one
person succeeds, everyone who
was part of the process suc-


ceeds, too. Only one player
may hold the trophy, but every-
one on the team is a winner.
By virtue of their position,
leaders must often change as-
signments and priorities of those
under them. Those changes fre-
quently cause resistance. The
resistance, however, is wors-
ened when leaders push instead
of lead. Skilled and successful
leaders make those under their
leadership feel they are working
with them, not being used by
them. They do this through
regular contact, personal interest
in other peoples' lives, and ex-
plaining the greater reasons and
goals behind a change in priori-
ties.
AVAILABILITY demon-
strates that others' needs will be
placed first. I tries to find ways
to help others, rather than find-
ing a way to hide. A person
who exemplifies
AVAILABILITY is ready when
called, is glad for a chance to
serve and always checks with
the right person before making a
commitment.
Most people who are truly
observant, can actually see those
in action who display
AVAILABILITY, for it usually


is in the act of community
service that most things get
done; such as school crosswalk
guards, teaching reading at the
library, collecting items and as-
sembling baskets for the needy,
and so much more. Gilchrist
County citizens certainly exhib-
ited AVAILABILITY in 2004
with all the priorities which
needed attention, mainly due to
the hurricanes' winds and rain.
It is precisely AVAILABILITY
that proves that our County is
"A County of Character Be-
cause It's a County that Cares."


"Trenton Day" To Be
Held January 29
On January 29, 2005, the City
of Trenton, in conjunction with
Wheels, Inc., will hold its 1s
Annual Trenton Day, in the
Southeast Park. Trenton Day
will be an annual community-
oriented event that celebrates
our town and its uniqueness.
For more information please
call City Hall at 463-4000 and
ask for Pam.

What we learn with pleasure
we never forget.


Humane Society Of
Gilchrist County
News
Gidget is a female doxie mix.
She is two years old and is
spayed and up to date on her
shots. She gets along well with'
other dogs and likes cats. She
would be a great dog for an
older couple since she loves to
cuddle. We have many more
dogs and cats awaiting adop-
tion, so please call (352) 463-
7364 for an updated list. You
can also see a few that are avail-
able on our web site at
htttp://www.hsgc.net.
The Humane Society of Gil-
christ County Thrift Store in
Bell is now open Tuesday
through Saturday from 9:00
a.m. until 3:00 p.m. Turn west
at the light in Bell on Strickland
Avenue and go one block and
the store is located inside Smith
Feed store which is on the right.
Come down and get some great
deals. Donations can also be
taken in at the store between the
hours of 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.
If pick up is required it can be
arranged.
Anyone needing a spay pr


Gidget
neuter voucher to help with the
cost of spaying and neutering
your dog or cat, please call one
of our volunteers at (352) 493-
4973
The next meeting of the Hu-
mane Society of Gilchrist
County will be held on Tuesday
February 1st at the Trenton Li-
brary at 6:00. Everyone is wel-
cbme, please come down and
join us.


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4 Pets Sake

wishes to thank all

businesses and individuals

for their support of our

November 20th Auction.


Sheree H. Lancaster, P.A.
Joan Ballard
Jim Myers
Sheila Wald
Shirl Johnson
Dr. Dawn Miller
Ian and Katie Milloy
Bell Concrete
Scotty's Chiefland
Farmers Furniture
The Lighthouse
Bell Auto Parts
Kelley's Auto Supply
The Storage Place
Sunshine Steak House
.Wal-Mart
T's Treasures
Trenton Floral
Southern Tire and Brake
Drummond Bank
Belk's Department Store
Flying Hawk
Tri-County Rental
William Georgi
Lindsay Smith
Leo and Tommy Sanchez
Outback Tan
Branford Pawn & Jewelry
Nell's Restaurant
Sister's Restaurant
Jenkin's Feed
Shirley Ertel
Lois Cosgrove
Nancy & Joe Smallbone
Jean & Jim Troke
Steve Broker
Tractor Supply Newberry
Tractor Supply Chiefland
Southern Ag & Turf


Romac
Burdines Macy
Best Drugs
ACE Chiefland Farm Supply
Gilchrist Building Supply
Jan Grimes
Homestead Restaurant
Akin's BBQ
Publix
Aline's Family Restaurant
Hitchcock's Newberry
Target
Lowe's
Gilchrist County Journal
Woodland Craft Signs
BP Sub Shop
Backyard BBQ
Sears Chiefland
Mitch's Jewelry
Wayne & Martha Mahalick
Santa Fe River Trading Company
Angela's Furniture
Mr. & Mrs. George Jones
Scaff's
Tri-County Bank
Tonya & Doug McDonald
Albertson's
Ara, Paul & Melanie Bryant
Pat Baum
Colonel Paul & Jean Malphrus
Toni & Teri Darling
Chiefland Citizen
Dixie County Advocate
Branford Woman's Club
Reggie Pitts
David Barber
Warren Emenecker
Debbie McCarthy
Renee Emenecker


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Reg. Cab
MSRP (4T0449) ........ $17,690
Disc. & Rebates ............ 4,870
Trade Equity or Cash ... 3,000
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Supercab
MSRP (4T0058) ........ $20,945
Disc. & Rebates ............ 6,813
Trade Equity or Cash ... 3,000
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4 Dr. Supercab
MSRP (4T0138) ........ $21,500
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MSRP (4C0017&78) $23,150 MSRP (4C0056) ...... $24,210 MSRP (4C0088) ........ $24,9:
Disc. & Rebates ............. 7,506 Disc. & Rebates ............: 7,601 Disc. & Rebates ............. 7,6
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MSRP(4T0149) ........ $35,720
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Trade Equity or Cash ... 3,000
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GTT CHRIST COT NTY JOURNAL


THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 2005


Pictured are Dr. Geneva Cornwell, President; Monnye Brown, Vice President; Nancy
Padgett, Secretary; and Iris Roberts, Treasurer. These individuals are the newly
'elected officers of the local chapter ofAARP. (Photos by Norm Conti).


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Shown are Lauren, Kathy and Brian Shepard, representatives from Citrus Hearing
Impaired Program Service, who presented free phones for the hearing impaired at.the
January meeting of the AARP.


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AARP News
T.he GilcritriA -ColIntv- AARP':
Chapter #2.1-33. met in ,t.he
Community Center in Trenton
on Tuesday, January 18th and
Geneva Cornwell conducted the
meeting for the first time as
President.
There was a very good atten-
dance of members considering
the cold weather. The program
for the day was ably handled by
Norman Conti, Chairman of the
Health Committee who intro-
duced Kathy Shepard and her
two assistants representing a
company who manufactures
telephones adapted to meet the
needs of the hearing impaired.
During the demonstration 17
telephones were given out to
those requesting them. As may
be imagined, this was a very
well received gesture and we are
grateful to Norman for his part
in obtaining this very informa-
tive and helpful program.
We urge retirees of all ages to


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join our Chapter. When it
comes to getting services for the
county from federal and state
programs, numbers do count.
Can we count on you to make
our Chapter grow?
The next meeting will be held
on February 15'"h Please plan to
attend and join Geneva, Monnye
Brown, Iris Roberts, Nancy
Padgett and all our board and
chapter members in their efforts
to improve services to the older
members of our community and
incidentally enjoy the food, en-
tertainment, and companionship-
that these meetings embody.
Jean da Costa
Publicity


Gilchrist County
Historical Society
Meet To Plan
Memorial Day
Tribute February 8
The Gilchrist County Histori-
cal Society will meet on Tues-
day, February 8h at 7:00 p.m. at
the Trenton Community Center
to begin planning for this year's
Memorial Day Tribute.' This
year's event will be a somber
occasion which marks the com-
bat death of Trenton High
School graduate Sgt. Ricky
Lord, USMC. The meeting will
focus upon the immediate tasks
of the upcoming tribute and
upon long term goals of the
Historical Society. All inter-
ested parties are encouraged to
attend.


Blood Donors Needed'
InThe Bell
Community
LifeSouth Community Blood
Centers is'reminding all mem-
bers of the Bell community of
the continuous need for volun-
teer blood donations. To make
giving blood convenient for Bell
residents, LifeSouth will hold
the Bell Community Blood
Drive Wednesday February 9h.
A bloodmobile will be located
at Bell Elementary School from
8:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. and at
Bell High School from 8:00
a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
"We really need blood dona-
tions from members of the Bell
comrhunita' to help keep1tl adb.hl
quate supplyy of bl ad'"ii t'
hospitals we serve," said
LifeSouth Branch Manager
Windy Moore. "There are
likely many Bell residents that
receive medical treatment, in-
cluding blood transfusions, at
those hospitals."
All donors receive a recogni-
tion item and cholesterol
screening. Blood donors must
be 17 years old, weigh 110
pounds or more and show a
photo ID at the time of dona-
tion. For more information,
please call (352) 334-1000.
LifeSouth supplies blood to
39 medical facilities in. a 17-
county area of North Central
Florida. LifeSouth is a non-
profit, charitable organization
that supplies blood components
to more than 110 medical facili-
ties in Alabama. Florida and
Georgia. LifeSouth is licensed
by the FDA, accredited by the
American Association of Blood
Banks,. and is a member of
America's Blood Centers and
AABB.


Bulldogs Beat
Buccaneers In Girl's
Varsity Basketball
By Jason Avery
The fans filed into the stands
of the Bell High School Gym-
nasium to witness what would
be a great night for Bulldog
fans. The sound of cheers re-
sounding through the stands, the
echo of fans cheering on their
team, was evident as the two
squads took the court to do bat-
tle.
The game started off com-
petitive as Branford and Bell
both struggled to get points
early. Both teams showed great
poise on defense as each held
the other scoreless until
Branford guard #12 made a
great jump shot with 3:24 left in
the first quarter. Branford held
the lead, but not for long. Bell
took the ball down the court on
the ensuing possession and


worked it under the basket to #4
Courtney Mauldin to tie the
game at two a piece. Later in
the first, still tied at two, Bell
displayed great ball control and
hit Courtney Mauldin again for
another lay-up to take their first
lead of the game. Branford
looked to tie up the game again,
but as they took it to the lane the
ball was stolen by Courtney
Mauldin and #21 Jessica Sau-
erman made a beautiful lay-up
on a break away to build Bell's
lead to a 6-2 advantage. As the
quarter progressed Branford


guard #15 hit another shot, and
Bell's Center Courtney Mauldin
scored another four points to'
give Bell a 4-10 lead at the end
of the first-quarter.
The second quarter started off
with Branford scoring and cut-
ting the Bell lead to four. As
Bell took it down the court they
looked to none other than
Courtney Mauldin who scored
again. At this point she had ten
of Bell's 12 points. Branford
would then go on a 7-0 run in-
cluding points by #15, and #20
to give Branford a 13-12 lead
midway through the second
quarter. Bell couldn't convert
on their possession and #20
from Branford took it down to
the other side of the court and
hit a tremendous shot to build
their lead to a 15-12 advantage.
Bell would fight back before the
half as Bell guard #15 took a
great jump shot to cut the
Branford lead to one. Branford
would, make two shots, and Bell
would add one right before
halftime to give the Buccaneers
a 19-16 lead at the break..
In the third quarter Bell
would start to take over. It
would start off with Bell guard
#15 making a tremendous shot,
and then .on their next posses-
sion Courtney Mauldin hitting a
lay-up to take back their lead
20-19. Later in the third with
the Bulldogs leading 21-19 #10
Fran Coarsey pulled up from
behind the arch and drained a
gorgeous three pointer to add to
Bell's lead making it 24-19
midway through the third. On
the ensuing possession #21 Jes-
sica Sauerman for Bell got free
and hit a nice jump shot to
widen their lead. On their next
trip down the court #15 for Bell
makes a perfect jump shot, then
stole Branford's inbound pass
but couldn't produce points.
After a jump shot by #20 of
Branford, Bell's guard. #5 Amy
Ergle got fouled trying to make
a lay upin the lane. She then
made both free throws to ex-
pand the Bulldog lead to a 23-
30 margin.
In the fourth and final quarter
it would be much of the same
story, as Branford couldn't pull
themselves out of the hole they
dug in the third. It started. off
with Courtney Mauldin (who
had.a sensati0o,an, night) ittingi,.
laN -up to make the.Bell.lead.-23-
32. After #10 from B'rianiord "
answered with a jump shot, #5
Amy Ergle drove from outside
Sthe arch and into the lane for a
great off balance shot. As the
quarter progressed, the Bulldogs
didn't slow down and ended up
winning the game by a score of
43-32 over the Branford Bucca-
neers.
The lady Bulldogs will close
out their home schedule with a
rival game against the Trenton
Tigers on Friday January 28th at
6:00 p.m. Be sure to go out and
support the Bulldogs and Tigers
depending on your alma mater.
These girls play hard and are
very exciting to watch.


Aquaculture
Coverage Deadline Is
January 31
Aquaculture producers may
purchase coverage under the
Non-Insured Crop Disaster As-
'sistance Program (NAP) for the
2005 crop year at this office
through January 31, 2005.


4 Pets Sake
Bonnie needs a good home.
She is a West Virginia Moun-
tain Feist, weighs about 35
pounds and has a personality
that's out of this world. Her one
big fault is chasing cats. An
ideal home for Bonnie is to
share her life with a loving cou-
ple who has the time to play
with her and give her plenty of
attention.
The deadline was extended
this year only due to the hurri-
canes and county offices being
closed during the normal dead-
line period.
Interested producers will need
to file an application for cover-
age and pay the applicable
service fee before close of busi-
ness on January 31, 2005. Cov-
erage will not begin until 30
days after the application for
coverage and applicable service
fee is received in the county of-
fice. Only those disasters that
occur after the beginning of the
coverage period will be eligible
for loss. Loss will be deter-
mined based on the number of
inventory present immediately
before and after the disaster.
For additional information
and to schedule an appointment,
contact the Gilchrist-Dixie
County FSA Office at 352-463-
2358.

Lady Warrior
Fastpitch Softball
Holding Tryouts
January 29
The Lady Warrior Fastpitch
Softball organization will be
holding tryouts for their spring
travel ball season. We have
teams in the 10 and under, 12
and under, 14 and under and 16
and under age groups and we
are looking for players. If you
are interested tryouts will be
held at the Alachua Recreation
Center on Saturday, January 29t
at 11:00 a.m. and again on Sun-
day, February 13th at 3:00 p.m.
We are also looking for quali-
fied coaches. If you have ques-
tions or need directions please
call Coach Atwood at (352)
246-6905 or (352) 377-0795.


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Bonnie
Here it is a new year and al-
ready I'm behind. As of De-
cember 28, 2004 we have done
183 spay-neuters and 187 rabies
vaccinations. Our goals are set
rather high this year; but we are
aiming to double these figures.
Sorry we haven't had any
newsletters out. That ole saying
about not having enough hours
in a day holds true for us. Pres-
ently we are working on a
newsletter and we hope to have
it for your reading in late Febru-
ary.
There is a person who volun-
teered for our auction in No-
vember but due to reasons be-
yond his control he was unable
to attend. We want to thank
him, Reggie Pitts, for all the
signs he made for 4 Pets Sake.
Great work!.
Keep the spring fling thing in
mind. We will inform you of
the time and place it will be
held. So far April 23rd is the
definite date for the event. If
you have anything to donate,
please contact us.
We are scheduling our low
cost, out-of-clinic spays-neuters
this month. Should you care to
sign up for your pet's surgery
please call for an appointment.
As of now we have not set a
date for 'our next in-clinic.
Contact us at P.O. Box 1014,
Bell, 32619, 386-935-0975,
866-727-2972, or e-mail us a
fourpetssake@alltel.net.
Until next time be happy just
for the love of them.
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NOTICE

TO PROPERTY OWNERS


March 1, 2005 isthe DEADLINE for filing new applications for
Homestead Exemption, Agricultural Classification and All Other
Exemptions.

March 1, 2005 is the DEADLINE for filing Application & Return
for Reimbursement of Ad Valorem Taxes Levied on Residential
Property Rendered Uninhabitable Due to Named Tropical System.
This ONLY applies to HOMESTEAD PROPERTY.

May 1, 2005 is the DEADLINE for filing Application & Return
for Reimbursement of Sales Taxes Paid on Mobile Homes Pur-
chased to Replace Mobile Homes Damaged by a Named Tropical
System. To qualify you MUST be a PERMANENT RESIDENT
of the State of Florida and have replaced your PERMANENT RES-
IDENCE, which was a Mobile Home, with another Mobile Home.

If you have questions concerning the qualifications for these ex-
emptions or reimbursements, please call the Property Appraiser's
Office at (352) 463-3190.

Applications for exemptions and reimbursements
MUST be made IN PERSON at

'Damon C. Leggett
Gilchrist County Property Appraiser
112 S. Main Street Room 138
Trenton, FL 36293
8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday
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Page Eleven


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Quilteps & Cpifteps


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A shy Ann Taylor shows off her completed Swedish.
weaving as she breathes a sigh of relief.
weaving as she breathes a sigh of relief.


Bits & Pieces From
The Joyful Heart
Quilters & Crafters
Of North Gilchrist
County
My grandmother, who my
sister and I called "Mo, Mo,"
always told me to remember
that no matter how bad you
think you have it, there are
those who .are worse off than,


you...so be thankful.
And through the years that
good old fashioned philosophNy
has gotten me through a lot of
rough times, disappointments,
heartache, and pain, both physi-
cal and emotional. And I am
proud to say that I have tried,
although not always having
been successful, to instill that
same bit of wisdom to my six
children as they were growing
up and yes, even to this day.


NOTICE OF FIRST READING

OF ORDINANCE BY THE

CITY COMMISSION

OF THE CITY OF

TRENTON, FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to Section 171.044, Florida
Statutes, as amended, that an ordinance, the title of which hereinafter
appears, will be considered for first reading on February 7, 2005 at
6:00 p.m. in the Kathryn Deen Commission Chambers, City Hall,
located at 114 North Main Street, Trenton, Florida. Ordinance No.
2005-01 provides for the voluntary annexation of a parcel of land
contiguous to and lying south of the boundaries of the City of Trenton,
Florida, as shown on the location map below. The area to be annexed is
located in Section 29, Township 10 South, Range 15 East, Gilchrist
County, Florida. The area to be annexed consists of 4.00 acres, more or
less. The complete legal description of the area to be annexed, as well
as a copy of the ordinance, can be obtained from the Office of the City
ManagerTClerk, City Hall located at 114 North Main Street, Trenton,
Florida. during regular business hours.

ORDINANCE NO. 2005-01
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF TRENTON, FLORIDA,
RELATING TO VOLUNTARY ANNEXATION; MAKING
FINDINGS; ANNEXING TO AND INCLUDING WITHIN THE
BOUNDARIES OF THE CITY OF TRENTON, FLORIDA, CERTAIN
REAL PROPERTY LOCATED IN SECTION 29, TOWNSHIP 10
SOUTH, RANGE 15 EAST, GILCHRIST
COUNTY, FLORIDA, WHICH IS REASONABLY COMPACT, AND
CONTIGUOUS TO AND LYING SOUTH OF THE BOUNDARIES
OF THE CITY OF TRENTON, FLORIDA: REDEFINING THE
BOUNDARIES OF THE CITY OF TRENTON, FLORIDA;
PROVIDING FOR LAND USE CLASSIFICATION AND ZONING
OF THE REAL PROPERTY TO BE .
ANNEXED; PROVIDING THAT EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1,2006,
THE REAL PROPERTY TO BE ANNEXED SHALL BE ASSESSED
FOR PAYMENT OF MUNICIPAL AD VALOREM TAXES AND BE
SUBJECT Td ALL GENERAL AND SPECL.L ASSESSMENTS;
PROVIDING THAT EXISTING LICENSED BUSINESSES,
TRADES, OR PROFESSIONS OPERATING WITHIN THE REAL
PROPERTY TO BE ANNEXED LAY CONTINUE SUCH
BUSINESSES, TRADES, OR PROFESSIONS THROUGHOUT THE
ENTIRE BOUNDARIES OF THE CITY OF TRENTON, FLORIDA;
DIRECTING THE CITY NLANAGER'CLERK WITHIN SEVEN
DAYS OF THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS ORDINANCE, TO
FILE CERTIFIED COPIES OF THIS ORDINANCE WITH THE
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF STATE, THE CLERK OF THE
CIRCUIT COURT OF GILCHRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA, THE
CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER OF GILCHRIST COUNTY,
FLORIDA, THE
PROPERTY APPRAISER OF GILCHRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA, /
THE TAX COLLECTOR OF GILCHRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA,
AND ALL PUBLIC UTILITIES AUTHORIZED TO CONDUCT
BUSINESS WITHIN THE CITY OF TRENTON, FLORIDA
PROVIDING SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES
IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE

At the aforementioned meeting all interested parties may appear and be
.heard with respect to the ordinance.

All persons are advised that, if they decide to appeal any decisions
made at this meeting, they will need a record of the proceedings and,
for such purpose, they may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.
City of Trenton


Currnl City Limit -
PropMty Sublct
ToAnnoatiton


Pub.: January 20, & 27, 2005


Now I tell you this to remind
you that no matter how well you
may have learned the lesson,
there are times in our lives
when we lose all sense of per-
spective and don't care that
there are others worse off than
us.
Wednesday, January 19, 2005
was just such a time. I had for-
tified myself with a steaming
cup of hot chocolate and my
morning devotions. I had ap-
propriately layered my body in
jeans, a T-shirt, a sweater and a
jacket. I had gathered my craft
materials together and was
ready to embark on my early
morning journey to meet with
the other Joyful Hearts.
I threw open the door and was
greeted with an icy blast of
frigid air that was capable of
sending chills down the spine of
an abominable snowman.. Did I
feel less cold because people in'
Ohio, Indiana and far too many
states to mention were fighting
for their lives in below 00
weather? No, I did not. And
when I made it to my 'car and
quickly jumped inside to escape
a wind that cut through my "ap-
propriate" layers, like a knife,
did I think.about those where
the wind was producing factors
of-450 below zero? No I did,
not. And once in my car with.
motor running and heater turned
on, did I find the ice on my'
windshield just a slight incon-
venience when compared to icy
roads and six foot snow drifts?
Again, no I did not.,
I turned off the motor and
with the keys in mN freezing,
hands went back to the house
for water to un-freeze my wind-
shield. As I-stood in the freez-
ing cold trying to get the ice off
and the wipers: going so the .
water wouldn't freeze up again.
I started to laugh. Wh\ ? Be-
cause I knew somewhere in Mi-
ami, where it was in the 50s,
someone who had a grand-.
mother like mine was saying,
"Yea, it might be too cold to go
to the beach today, but at least
we don't have to scrape ice off
our windshields like they do in
North Central Florida." Enough
said.
And that's the way my day
started as 20 Joyful Heart
Quilters and Crafters met to
bring the warmth of laughter
and lo\e to one another on such
Sa cbld'~ rihtr day. '' .':
Dina Lynn had made up our
new membership list. \which
now: consists of 26. members.
She also distributed our 2005
calendar and our Calling Tree
list, to be used to communicate
information in between meet-
ings, as necessary. If you did
not receive any or all of these,
please, see Diana for your cop-
ies.
Evelyn Wood. Ann Mangone
and Rita Simcoe all gathered
round the quilt frame that has
been moved out of the smaller
room so those quilting will not
be left out of all the conversa-
tions and frivolity.
Alice Binns and a group of
her Swedish weavers, Jackie
Moore,. Mary Lou, and Heidi
Kamp all settled do wn to work
without hesitation. Ann Taylor
has finished her Swedish
weaving and is back to embroi-
dering once again. Paulene
Martin was busy crocheting tiny
baby hats for the hospital and
Ruth Wilkerson was crocheting


a lap robe that will go to a
nursing home.
Afghans seem to be almost as
popular as Swedish weaving as
Marvine Deer, Elaine Nemeth,
Barbara Myrick and Pat Luka
all were busy as bees working
on ones they had already
started. Maxine Hale was
painting an eagle buf got side-
tracked as she wasn't happy
with the tree branch the eagle
was standing on...looked great
to me. Geneva Carver was just
happy to be visiting with every-
one and watching others being
busy., And that's what's so
great about being a Joyful
Heart...you don't always have
to be doing something...it's
okay to just be. And all God's
children said, "Amen."
I know that Lu Roi:\land tin-'
ished her Swedish weaving but
for the life of me I can't recall
what she was up to Wednesday.
You know those "senior mo-
ments" just sneak up on a body.
Cathy Strom and I sorted out
and hung up Valentine decora-
tions 'cause it will be. here be-
fore you know it. Of course I'm
not overly concerned 'cause as
you well know my Christmas
decorations are still up. Well, I
don't light the outside lights
anymore but I have to admit my
Christmas tree still makes me
sigh a big sigh \when I light it.
Our next meeting will be our.
"Make It and Take It" day,
Wednesday, January 26''. Heidi
will show us how to make a;
Valentine wall hanging. Maybe
by then the weather w\ ill be just
a tad \warmer...we hope. Our
next regular meeting will be
Wednesday, February2nd. We.
hope that everyone will be well
and able to be with us.
I am writing this on Sunday,
January 23rd. Coming home
from church at 12:30 p.m. the
temperature, according to my
car was 40. As I passed by
fields of horses, cows and goats,
I wanted to find \arm, barns
filled with haN for all of them...
however, they didn't seem to
mind the cold or the wind. It's
Shard for me to believe that be-
cause, believe you me, I nearly
froze between the car and the
house and I like it cold. I
wanted to put little sweaters and
ear muffs on the birds all puffed
up like little balls sitting on
thbge cold bare branches., Don't
Ya| 0IPPpo6e their,{l)At JASq,,
were freezing? It's a wonder
that any of them stick around
here. You'd think they'd all fly
way, way south for the winter.
Oh, well I guess we have to
trust God's plan that all's right
with the world and be grateful
and thankful. Because you
know what? "Mo, Mo" was
right. No matter how bad off
you think you are, there "is" al-
ways someone who would trade
places with you. Think about it.
Until next time,
A Joyful Heart
Marilyn Ruide
(386) 935-1844


Lynette 'ermillion of Progress Energy atteinds the board meeting to present the grant check to Pure
Water Wilderness. From left, front row: Gerri Nennstiel, Julie Harrison, Mark Gluckman, Carol.
McQueen, Lynette Vermillion, and, Lannie Cardona. Back row: Chris Brown, Stephen Hurd, Dixie
County Commissioner John Driggers, Peter Zettler, Ralph Tyre, and Lois Fletcher.


Progress Energy
Presents Grant
Check To Pure
Water Wilderness
By Stacey Brown
Progress Energy has been an
ardent supporter of Pure Water
Wilderness, the Dixie-Gilchrist-
Levy Tourism Development
Board, and has come through
again this year with a large
matching grant. Lynette Ver-
million, representing Progress
Energy, attended the January
19th Board of Directors meeting
in Fanning Springs and pre-
sented the board with the gener-
ous check. The money is used
as a match to an Enterprise
Florida Regional Rural Eco-
nomic Development Grant.
Pure Water Wilderness uses the
funds to. promote nature and'
heritage tourism in the tri-
county area.
Pure Water Wilderness
wishes to express our sincere
appreciation to Progress Energy
and their commitment to the
communities they serve and
their ongoing generosity.
At the January 19th board
meeting, the new chair and co-
ch ajrwer, e ,gcede, C_ggratula-
ti_..Q tONl Mali, Glu.c.kDan ,&t Gil-
christ Counts, the ne\ chair-
man, and to Ralph Tyre of Dixie
County, the new vice-chairman
of Pure Water Wilderness. We
wish to'. express our sincere
thank you to Carol McQueen
who has served as chairman for
four years.

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Arrangements were under the
care of KNAUFF FUNERAL
HOME, Chiefland.


Mr. Kenneth
Copeland Cannon Sr.
Mr. Kenneth Copeland Can-
non Sr. of Chiefland died
Wednesday, January 19, 2005.
He was 79.
Mr. Cannon was born January
31, 1925 in Sumner, Levy
County Florida. He was a
member of Bible Baptist
Church and a lifetime member
of the Chiefland VFW and past
Post Commander. He was re-
tired after serving 30 years in
the United States Navy and was
a World War II veteran. He was
a welfare, civil defense and
VFW officer for Levy County
for 14 years and was a small
engine repair mechanic.
He was preceded in death by
his parents, Marshall D. and
Pearl Cannon; and a brother,
SCharles M. Cannon.
Mr. Cannon is survived by his
wife, Esther Cannon of
Chiefland; three daughters, Gail
Fowler of Trenton, Barbara
Scott of Bell, and Janice Beck-
ham of Hawthorne; a son, Kr.n-
neth C. Cannon, Jr. of
Chiefland; three brothers,


Ronald B. Cannon of Navarre,
Winston G. Cannon of Wilcox,
and L.C. Cannon of Chiefland;
ten grandchildren; ten great-
grandchildren; and numerous
nieces and nephews.
A memorial service was held
Sunday, January 23, 2005 at the
Charles Strickland Memorial
Chapel with Pastor Ronald
Cannon conducting the service.
Arrangements were under the
care of KNAUFF FUNERAL
HOME, Chiefland.


Mrs. Mary Dean
Mrs. Mary Dean of Old Town
died Friday, January 21, 2005 at
Cross City Rehabilitation Cen-
ter. She was 82.
Mrs. Dean was born in
Maryville, Tennessee and came
to this area from Mt. Ida, Ar-
kansas five years ago. 'She was
a homemaker and of the Baptist
faith. She was also a retired
cook.
She is survived by two sons,
Stephen Harris and James Har-'
ries, both of Old Town; five
grandchildren; and 11 great-
grandchildren.


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Mr. Bedell Holmes.
Mr. Bedell Holmes die
Thursday, January 20, 2005 a
Cross City Rehabilitation
Care Center. He was 83.
Mr. Holmes mo'.'ed to Cr6o
SCity from Bristol in 1954. H
was a World War II Army Ve
Seran and worked most of his lii
as a logged and belonged to th
Sholiness faith.
He is survived by his wife
SBettie Holmes of Cross,City;
son, Wilson Henderson' of 01
STown; a sister, Clar
SMcWhorter of Winter Gardei
. and one grandchild.
S A funeral service will be hel
SSaturd'a. ;!Janut!r:ry s2q;' ~ )005
1 2 00 p m. at Rick Gooding-Fi
Sneral Home Chapel with Mil
Sister Tony Harris conducting tl
Service. Interment will folio
at Eugene Cemetery in Cros
City.
Arrangements are under tl
care of RICK GOODIN
FUNERAL HOME, Cro
City.


Mrs. Patricia S.
Griffin-Jones
Mrs. Patricia S. Griffin-Jone
daughter of William and Dorn
thy Griffin of Newberry, died
the age of 58.
She was born in England an
had lived in Florida until 197
when she moved to Texas.
A memorial service will b
held Saturday, January 29, 20(
at First Baptist Church of New
berry at 2:00 p.m.

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Mr. Ralph Henry
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Mr. Ralph Henry Hayner Jr
of Trenton died Friday, Januar3
21, 2005 at his home. He wa
55.
Mr. Hayner was born it
Kingston, New York and move(
to Chiefland four years age
from the town of Ulster, Ne\
York.
He was previously employee
with Johnson Ford in the build
ing maintenance department.
Mr. Hayner is survived by hi
wife, Edna Morris Hayner o
Trenton; a daughter, Kristi:
Hayner of Chiefland; two sons
Jeffery Hayner and Ralph Hay
ner, III, 'both of Kingston; tw(
sisters, Clara Glancola of Jack
sonville and Patricia Draut o
Kingston; two brothers, Robei
and Richard Hayner, both o
Kingston; four grandsons, Jo
seph Organtini and Justin Jud
ware, Jeffery and Conner Hay
ner; and several nieces an(
nephews.
A funeral service will be hel
Saturday, January 29, 2005 a
Good Shepherd Luthera
Church of Chiefland with Rev
Graham Glover conducting th
service.
In lieu of flowers donation
may be made to Rheumatoi
Arthritis Foundation of Amer
ica.
Arrangements are under th
care of HIERS-BAXLEh
FUNERAL HOME, Chiefland.


Mrs. Margaret
Meacham
Mrs. Margaret Meacham of
Old Town died Wednesday,
January 19, 2005 at the North
Florida Regional Medical Cen-
ter in Gainesville. She was 80.
Born in Detroit, Michigan,
Mrs. Meacham moved to Dixie
County from Nashville, Tennes-
see in 1983. She was a member
of the Morocco Temple Ladies
Auxiliary Shriners, the Dixie
Shrine Club Ladies Auxiliary
and she attended DAV Bingo
faithfully.
She is survived by her hus-
band, Roy Meacham of Old
Town; a daughter, Kathy
Sharky of Taylor, Michigan; a
step-daughter, Sharon Smith of
Knoxville, Tennessee; two sons,
Johnny Stein of Sheriden,
Wyoming and Corky Stein of
Morgan, Texas; a brother, Del-
bert Hawthorne of Bellville,
M1ichigan; a sister, Terri Lyons
of Titusville; and five grand-
children.
Arrangements'were under the
care of RICK GOODING
FUNERAL HOME, Cross
City.


On January 13, 2005, Mar-
shall Daugherty, D.O.B.
3/25/86, was arrested on
charges of driving while license
suspended or revoked, with
knowledge, no motorcycle en-
dorsements.
On January 15, 2005, a Juve-
nile was arrested on the charge
of battery/domestic violence.
On January 18, 2005, Robert
P. Bradley, D.O.B. 03/20/77,
was arrested on the charge of
battery/domestic violence.
On January 19, 2005, Edward
N. Kuhlman, D.O.B. 8/1/85,
was arrested on charges of vio-
lation of probation/burglary of
structure and violation of pro-
bation/grand theft.
On January 19, 2005, Richard
L. Clarke, D.O.B. 8/19/85, was
arrested on the charge of viola-
tion of probation/possession of
alcohol by person under 21.
On January 19, 2005, Mar-
shall R. Daugherty, D.O.B.
3/25/86, was arrested on the
charge of violation of proba-
tion/driving while license sus-
pended or revoked.
On January 20, 2005, Bobby
D. Baggett, D.O.B. 5/10/56,
was arrested in charges of dis-;
charge a firearm in a public fa-
cility, criminal mischief of less


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S Twnsend-Stringer organs in public and battery.
e Mrs. Thelma Townsend On January 21, 2005, Willie
died Monday January Ray Simpson,,D.O.B. 4/16/80,
Stringer dd M day. Se w 8y was arrested on the charge of
17, 2005. Strhe was 86. driving while license suspended
d Mrs. Stringer was born in
- Bell and lived in Jacksonville or revoked withkn6wledge.
most of her life. She was a On January 6, 2005, Ian R.
most of her life. She was a Gardner, D.O.B. 6/1/66, was ar-
e longtime member of Murray charges of session
Y Hill Baptist Church where she rested on charges of possession
was very involved withH the of controlled substance with
was very involved with the
Intent to sell and possession of
Glory Singers and the XYZ heralia for storage.
group. Although her husband, paraphernalia for storage .
Arthur Eugene Stringer pre- On January 21, 2005, SoniaI.
d ceded her in death, she was still Carter-Douglas, D.aa.B.
at involved withNARF. 8/19/59, was arrested on an
at involved with NARF.
& She is survived by a son, Alachua County Warrant with
She is survived by a son, the charge of fraud/illegal use of
Ronald Wayne Stringer; a credit card.
ss daughter, Debbie Adams; a On Jaar
[e granddaughter, Lisa Marie On January 22, 2005, Amby
- (Gary, Jr) Christmas; a greatJames Cason II, D.O.B.3/10/80,
S(rdhi, Kayee Marie a was arrested on the charge of
Fe grandchild, Kaylee Marie ving under the influence
te Christmas; a brother, Clyde
Townsend; and a sister, Doris
e, Dorsett. North Florida
a A funeral service was held North Florida
Id Friday, January 21, 2005 at Livestock Market
*a Murray Hill Baptist Church. Report
n; Interment followed at Riverside Receipts at the North Florida
Memorial Park: For those who Livestock Market in Ellisville
Id prefer, donations may be made on Wednesda\. January 19,
at to Miurrar 1 Iill Baptl,1tLin,, i 2005 were'-this WekY42N8'1La
u- 4300 Por.. Street. Jackson\ dile. \ eek 590, and last year 55:00K Si
n- FL 32205. Trends: Slaughter cows and
he Arrangements were under the bulls 1.00-3.00 higher. Feeder
w care of HARDAGE-GIDDENS steers and heifers firm. Feeder
ss FUNERAL HOME, Jackson- and replacement cows steady.
ville. Feeder steers and heifers under
he 600 pounds 51 percent (59 per-
G From The Desk Of cent steers, 41 percent heifers),
ss From The esslaughter cows and bulls 35
Gilchrist County percent, replacement cows 14
Sheriff David P. percent.
Slaughter Cows Boner 80-85
Turner percent: 820-885 (859) 47.00-
Weekly Sheriff's Report 53.00 (49.29); 910-1065 (988)
s, For Week Ending 49.00-54.00 (51.70); 960-1055
o- January 24, 2005 (1014) 56.00-59.00 (57.28) high
at On January 11, 2005, Shan- dressing; 1120-1185 (1152)
non J. Trenary, D.O.B. 2/7/82, 50.00-55.00 (52.57); 1135-1255
id was arrested on two counts each (1175) 57.00-58.00 (57.64) high
1 of worthless checks out of dressing; 1320-1560 (1423)
Alachua and Suwannee Coun- 50.00-55.00 (52.35); 1510-1700
be ties. (1573) 57.00-58.50 (57.54) high
05 On January 11, 2005, Carl D. dressing; 1460-1580 (1518)
w- Benson, D.O.B. 5/7/62, was ar- 51.50-56.00 (53.77) Holsteins.
rested on charges of order to Slaughter Bulls Y.G. 1:
take into custody, possession of 1110-1385 (1248) 60.00-61.00
firearm with in force final do-
mestic violence injunction. American Legion
On January 12, 2005, David
F. Shaffer, D.O.B. 3/'13/82, was Hall Available
arrested on the charge of viola-
tion of probation/violation of Meetings Parties
injunction.
On January 13, 2005, Teddy Weddings & Receptions
L. Braswell, D.O.B. 6/29/65, T 1
was arrested on the charge of 386-935-3 1
driving while license suspended
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Feeder Steers and Bulls Me-
lium and Large 1-2: 255-290
271) 165.00-175.00 (170.24);
305-335 (312) 140.00-150.00
143.45); 360-390 (374) 133.00-
145.00 (138.89); 410-445 (428)
125.00-135.00 (129.80); 460-
480 (467) 120.00-125.00
123.29).
Feeder Steers and Bulls Me-
ium and Large 2-3: 210-235
(222) 135.00-150.00 (142.92);
260-280 (269) 132.50-150.00
(142.18); 320-330 (325) 130.00-
135.00 (132.46); 360-390 (375)
112.00-122.00 (116.80); 410-
430 (420) 105.00-115.00
(109.88); 465-480 (472) 107.00-
115.00(110.94).
Feeder Holstein Steers Large
3: 220(220) 108.00.(108.00).
Feeder Heifers Medium and
Large 1-2: 180-190 (185)
210.00-220.00 (214.86); 220-
240 (232) 130.00-150..00
(138.83); 265-290 (283) 132.50-
140.00 (137.08); 320-340 (330)
125.00-145.00 (134.70); 355-
385 (367) 117.50-120.00
(118.95); 410-440 (422) 112.50-
115.00 (113.96); 465-480,(470)
109.00-112.00 (110.02).
Feeder Heifers Medium and
Large 2-3: 265-290 (273)
112.00-120.00 (114.83); 310-
330 (323) 112.00-120.00
(114.56); 360-380 (370) 106.00-
110.00 (107.95).
Bred Cows Medium and
Large 1-2: 905-1040 (972)
68.00-72.00 (70.14) 4-6 months
bred; 920-1060 (978) 65.00-
76.00 (68.81) 7-9 months bred.


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9Legion

Jamerson Sheffield Post 91, Inc.
P. O. Box 559, Trenton, Florida 32693
POST 91 NEWS
Post Commander: Wayne Gravely 352-472-2252
Vice Commander: Cecil Robinson 386-935-3711
Chaplain: Marilyn Williams 352-463-7031
The Saturday meeting brought out several good ideas for Post 91 and
our local community. The program was brought by Legionnaire 'Murph'
Everette and Dan Taylor, members of the Gilchrist County Historical
Society. The Society is making; plans for the coming Memorial Day this
May. The plans may include a parade, and Post 91. will plan to be
involved. Our Finance Officer, Major Stroupe, is also one of the
Historical Society's members and will act as our communications link
with the Society. Our goals are similar in some areas and it will be easy
to work with them. One of the suggestions-was to get our veterans to tell
what it was like for them during the wars, where they went, what their
jobs were and such as that. Plus, if they came from Gilchrist County,
what was it like here at that time. All this information will be shared and
will give a view of our county's history. If you have the opportunity and
time, 'why not give an interview with the Historical Society or maybe
even Post 91? There are so many interesting stories in the lives of our
Legionnaires, and these stories may never get told any other vay. It has
been said that those who do not learn their history are doomed to repeat
it. The schools today do not- have the resources to teach about our
Nation's wars. In some cases, the information is just plain wrong about
what happened and why. Just as the Smithsonian wanted to use the B-29
Enola Gay in an apparent apology to Japan raised the ire of many of
America's veterans with the slant of their ideas, so do some of the books
that are used to teach our history and geography. If the veterans get
involved in the schools as a guest speaker about the war that person was
in or has studied at length to know what happened, the students as well as
the veteran will be educated. The American Legion SHOULD be the
point-man for this operation. If we don't teach our children and
grandchildren, who will? Someone who was never there?
Now a note on.MEMBERSHIP: We are on our membership drive'for
the new year. For all eligible veterans, former members and members that
have had problems, it is time to join or rejoin and return to the roost. Post
91 is a progressive post moving in the direction of renewed help for our
veterans and increased involvement is this great community of otrs.
Please HELP US HELP YOU and get on the hay wagon to success. We
NEED YOUR help. Contact Dean Williams, (386)454-8143 or send an
e-mail to deandeana@msn.com. with your question. One of the ideas
discussed at the Saturday meeting was to change the meeting day to
Saturday morning. Either an 8:00 breakfast open to anyone and have the
business meeting at 10:00, or have the meeting at 10:00 and enjoy a meal
around 11:30. The idea is to make it easier to attend our meetings. Some
folks are not supposed to drive at night, but could make the Saturday
meeting and get a chance to be involved in Legion business once again. A
letter will be sent to the membership soon with the question "do we want
to change the day of our meeting" or do we just stay the same. Please
return that information as soon as possible so the Executive Board can
make their decision. Remember, this is YOUR Post. Get involved, and see
what we can do!
Another way to get involved is through the Sons of the American
Legion. Post 91's SAL (Sons of the American Legion) should start it's
new charter next month. Be a charter member and get involved. Contact
Post 91 Adjutant, Dean Williams for more information. If you are not
eligible for the American Legion and are a male descendant of a
Legionnaire, the SAL would be the ideal organization to be part of, to
help veterans and the youth of our community. The dues for the first year
will be only $10.00. Call Dean and see what it is all about.
Remember our Armed Forces all over this world daily in your thoughts
and prayers. Here at home, watch over our Legionnaires, veterans,
widows and the families of service members called to active duty.
For God and Country,
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Notices

NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING GILCHRIST
COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
Please take notice that the Gil-
christ County Board of County
Commissioners, in and for Gilchrist
County, Florida, will hold a regular
meeting on Monday, February 21,
2005 at 6:00 p.m. in the Board of
County Commissioners Meeting
Room, located at 210 South Main
Street, Trenton, Florida. The fol-
lowing is the proposed agenda.
AGENDA
1 Application by Harrison
Friese and Barney Faircloth,
requesting a special permit
be granted as provided for
in Section 14.7 of the Land
Development Regulations to
allow an excavating and
mining operation to be lo-
cated on the property de-
scribed as follows:
Parcel of land lying within the
SE 1/4 of Section 10, Township
10 South, and Range 16 East in
Gilchrist County, Florida.
At the aforementioned public
hearing, all interested parties may
attend and be heard with respect to
any of the proposed agenda items.
Additional information for all of
the above listed agenda items is
available for public inspection at
the Building Department Office, lo-
cated at 209 Southeast First Street,
Trenton, Florida during regular
business hours.
Pub. January 27, February 3,
2005b.


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Legal

Notices
Continued
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
MEETING
PLEASE BE ADVISED that the
Gilchrist County School Board will
conduct a meeting on Tuesday,
February 01, 2005 at 1:00 P.M. in
Building 14, Board Room 14-002
located at 310 NW 11h Avenue,
Trenton, Florida.
Following is the agenda:
OPENING CEREMONIES
1. Approval of Agenda
2. Approval of Minutes
3. Citizen Input/Delegations
4. Operations
5. Instructional
6. Personnel
7. Ratify Contract
8. Removal of Items from
Consent Agenda
9. Consent Agenda
10. Reports
NOTE: In accordance with the
Americans with Disabilities Act,
persons requiring an interpreter or
special accommodations to enable
them to participate in this meeting
are requested to notify the Office of
the School Superintendent at 352-
463-3200 at least forty-eight (48)
hours prior, to the scheduled meet-
ing date so provisions can be made.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that
if a person decides to appeal any
decision made by the Board with
respect to any matter considered at
such meeting, he will need a record
of the proceedings and that for such
purpose, he may need to ensure that
a verbatim record of the proceed-
ings is made, which record includes
the testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be based.
James E. Vickers,
Superintendent of Schools
Pub. January 27, 2005b.


NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
Notice is hereby given to the
Town Council, of the, Town Bell,
Florida, serving as the Town Plan-
ning Board, will consider a Condi-
tional Use Permit for the following
described real property located at
3250 W. Bryant Ave, Bell, Florida;
said hearing to be at the Bell Town
Hall at 3240 West Railroad Lane,
Bell, Florida on February 3, 2005 at
7:00 PM or as soon thereafter as the
matter can be heard.
Conditional Use Permit
Legal description of the property
for Conditional use Permit as re-
quested is as follows:
COM 30 Ft. N OF NE/C OF
BLK 3 Town of Bell. THENCE
RUN N 560.50 FT THENCE W
430 FT THENCE S 233.67 FT
THENCE CONT S 116.83 FT
THENCE E 105 FT THENCE S
105 FT TO POB THENCE E 105
FT THENCE S 105 FT
THENCE W 105 FT THENCE N
105 FT TO POB PROBATE BK
19/577 160/699 160/205-208
193/727-730 288/440 238/317
265/149 266/708 266/709 UTIL
EASEMENT 281/53 2000/4629
2001/3099 2003/2051
A Conditional use Permit is re-
quired for the above described
property inconformity with the
Land Development Code of the,.
Town of Bell to permit the use of
the property for Mobile Home
within the Residential 3 Zoning
District..
The proposed application may be
inspected at the Bell Town Hall,
3240 West Railroad Lane, Bell,
Florida. Interested persons may
appear and be heard in respect'to'
the Conditional use Permit at this
meeting.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that if
a person decides to appeal any deci-
sion made by the Bell Town Coun-
cil with respect to any matter con-


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sidered at such meeting, they will
need a record of the proceedings
and that for such purposes, they
may need to insure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made
which record includes the testimony
and evidence upon which the ap-
peal.is based.
Deanna Crews
Town Clerk
Pub. January 27, 2005b.

NOTICE
The Gilchrist County Commis-
sion will hold a public hearing on
February 21, 2005, at 5:00 p.m., or
as soon thereafter as the matter can
be heard, on whether to use the uni-
form method for collection of non-
ad valorem assessments, as set out
in Section 197.3632, Florida Stat-
utes, for collection of a fire special
assessment. Under this method, the
fire special. assessment, if imposed
by separate act of the County
Commission, would be collected in
the same manner as ad valorem
taxes.
The hearing will be held at the
.:Gilchrist County Commission
Meeting Building located at 210
South Main Street, Trenton, Flor-
,ida.
The short title of the resolution to
be considered by the Commission
at the February 21, 2005, public
hearing is as follows:
A RESOLUTION OF THE
BOARD OF COUNTY COM-
MISSIONERS OF GILCHRIST
COUNTY, FLORIDA ELECT-
ING TO USE THE UNIFORM
METHOD OF COLLECTING
NON-AD VALOREM SPECIAL
ASSESSMENTS LEVIED IN
THE UNINCORPORATED
AREA OF THE COUNTY;
STATING A NEED FOR SUCH
LEVY; PROVIDING FOR THE
MAILING OF THIS RESOLU-
TION; AND PROVIDING FOR
AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
All members of the public are in-
Siled to attend and will be given an
opportunity to pro ide comment to
the County Commission. The pub-
lic hearing may be continued to one
or more future dates. Any inter-
ested party shall be advised that the
date, time and place of any con-
unuation of the public hearing shall


Trenton, Florida during regular
business hours.
Pub. January 27, February 3,
2005b.


OFFICE OF THE GILCHRIST
COUNTY PROPERTY
APPRAISER NOTICE OF
INTENT TO DESIGNATE A
SENIOR MANAGEMENT
POSITION FOR THE SENIOR
MANAGEMENT SERVICE
CLASS DIVISION OF
RETIREMENT
Notice is hereby given by the Of-
fice of the Gilchrist County Prop-
erty-Appraiser of Gilchrist County,
Florida of intent to designate one
position to be included in the Senior
Management Service Class. Chap-
ter 93-285, Laws of Florida,
amended Section 121.055, F.S., to
expand the Senior Management
Service Class effective January 1,
1994 for local government, Com-
munity College, and Judicial
Branch employers. Property Ap-
praisers are local agency employers
permitted to, designate positions to
the Senior Management Service
Class. Each position so designated
must be a non-elective managerial
or policy making position filled by
an employee who is not subject to a
continuing contract and is serving
at the pleasure of the employer
without Civil Service protection
and is also the head of an organiza-
tional unit or a position with re-
sponsibility to effect or recommend
personnel, budget, expenditure, or
policy decisions in his or her areas
of responsibility. The Property Ap-
praiser of Gilchrist County, Florida
has determined to include the Chief
Deputy Property Appraiser position
in this expanded class. Any person
having an objection to this designa-
tion should contact the Office of the
Gilchrist County Property Ap-
praiser, 112 South Main Street,
Room 138, Gilchrist County Court-
house, Trenton, Florida 32693,
(352) 463-3190. This publication is
made pursuant to Chapter 50, F.S.
DAMON C. LEGGETT
Gilchrist County
Property Appraiser
Pub. January 20, 27, 2005b.


be, announced during the. public OFFICE OF THE GILCHRIST
hearing and that no further notice COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR
Concerning the matter will be pub- NOTICE OF INTENT TO
lished All persons are also advised DESIGNATE A SENIOR
that if they decide to appeal any de- MANAGEMENT POSITION
cision made at the above-referenced FOR THE SENIOR
'public hearing, they will need a re- MANAGEMENT SERVICE
cord of the proceedings, and that, CLASS DIVISION OF
for such purpose, they may need to RETIREMENT
ensure that a verbatim record of the Notice is hereby given by the of-
proceedings is made, which record fce o the Gilchrist County Tax
includes testimony and evidence lof Gilct ounty,
upon which the appeal is to be Collector of Gilchrist County,
based. Florida of intent to designate one
Pu Tansae y2 flFT.r 10 position to be included in the Senior
17 MaPubf tamHqiaJy,,,F a 10c) t, e C1 ...
t l7, _0o.X : r,,,, ic 00 ,,.r\? 1 ,.., 5, ieaw,,brtFirloida:
amended Section 121.055, F.S., to
NOTICE OF PUBLIC expand the Senior Management
HEARING GILCHRIST Service Class effective January 1,
COUNTY PLANNING & 1994 for local government, Com-
ZONING BOARD munity College, and Judicial
Please take notice that the Gil- Branch employers. Tax Collectors
christ County Planning & Zoning are local agency employers permit-
Board, in and for Gilchrist County, ted to designate positions to the
Florida, will hold a regular meeting Senior Management Service Class.
on Thursday, February 10, 2005 at Each position so designated must
7:00 p.m. in the Board of County be a non-elective managerial or
Commissioners Meeting Room, lo- policy making position filled by an
cated at 210 South Main Street, employee who is not subject to a
Trenton, Florida. The following is continuing contract and is serving
the proposed agenda, at the pleasure of the employer
e p d NDA without Civil Service protection
S. Application by Harrison and is also the head of an organiza-
Friese and Barney Faircloth, tional unit or a position with re-
requesting a special permit sponsibility to effect or recommend
be granted as provided for personal, budget, expenditure, or
in Section 14.7 of the Land policy decisions in his or her areas
Development Regulations to of responsibility. The Tax Collec-
S allow an excavating and' tor of Gilchrist County, Florida has
mining operation to be lo- determined to include the Assistant
cated on the property de- Tax Collector position in this ex-
scribed as follows: panded class. Any person having
Parcel of land lying within the an objection to this designation
SE 1/4 of Section 10, Township should contact the Office of the
SE 1/4 of Section 10, Township Gihst untyTaxCollecor,1
10 South, and Range 16 East in Gilchrist County Tax Collector, 112
Gilchrist County, Florida. South Main Street, Room 137, Gil-
At the aforementioned public christ County Courthouse, Trenton,
hearing, all interested parties may Florda 32693, (352) 463-3178.
attend and be heard with respect to This publication is made pursuant
any of the proposed agenda items. to Chapter 50, F.S.
Additional information for all of M.C. (Marilyn) BRUCE
the above listed agenda items is Gilchrist County Tax Collector
available for public inspection at Pub. January 27, February 3,
the Building Department Office, lo- 2005b.
cated at 209 Southeast First Street,


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
GILCHRIST COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 21-2004-CA-0055
TRI-COUNTY BANK, a Florida
banking corporation,
Plaintiff,
vs:
JAMES M. OWENS, Deceased;
and WALTER JOHNSTON,
Defendants.
AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE
TO WHOM IT MAY
CONCERN:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that I, JOSEPH GILLIAM, Clerk of
the Circuit Court of the Eighth Ju-
dicial Circuit, in and for
GILCHRIST County, Florida, pur-
suant to the Amended Summary Fi-
nal Judgment in Foreclosure en-
tered in the above styled cause, will
sell at public sale the following de-
scribed property situate in
GILCHRIST County, Florida, to
wit:
LOT 8, BLOCK 1, Original Sur-
vey of Trenton, Florida, accord-
ing to the Plat thereof recorded in
the public records of Gilchrist
County, Florida.
AND
The Easterly 10 feet of the alley
that lies West of LOT 8, BLOCK
1, Original Survey of Trenton,
Florida, being more particularly
described as follows: Commence


at the Southwest corner of LOT
8, BLOCK 1. Original Survey of
Trenton, Florida as the Point of
Beginning; thence run North 75
feet; thence run West 10 feet;
thence run South 75 feet to Rail-
road Street; thence run East
along the North line of Railroad
Street, 10 feet to the Point of Be-
ginning.
Said sale shall be made to the
highest and best bidder for cash
pursuant to the Amended Summary
Fiial Judgment entered in the
above styled cause and will be held
on the steps of the courthouse in
Trenton, Florida, on the 15"' day of
February, 2005, commencing at the
hour of 11:00 a.m.
All interested parties shall be
governed accordingly by this No-
tice.
DATED this 11th day of January,
2005.
JOSEPH GILLIAM
Clerk of the Court
(SEAL)
By: Lindsay Parrish
Deputy Clerk
Pub: January 20, 27, 2005b.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
GILCHRIST COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No. 21-2004CA-59
MARK P. SULLIVAN and
NANCY J. SULLIVAN
husband and wife,,-
Plaintiffs,
vs.
CITY NATIONAL BANK OF
FLORIDA, successor by merger to
CITY NATIONAL BANK OF
MIAMI, a United States Banking
Corporation, as Trustee under the
provisions of a certain Trust
Agreement dated the 15" of March,
1982, known as Trust Number
5005893, its heirs, administrators,
assigns, creditors, or other parties
claiming by, through, under or
against it, and THE ESTATE OF
LAURA M. YACOBI, deceased,
her respective unknown spouse,
heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors,
and all other parties claiming by,
through, under, or against her indi-
vidually,
Defendants,
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: THE ESTATE OF
LAURA M. YACOBI
223 SHOE LANE
NEWPORT NEWS, VA
23606-3657
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to Quiet Title as to the fol-
lowing described lands
LOT 2, BLOCK 19,
SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES NORTH, A
SUBDIVISION ACCORDING
TO THE, PLAT, THEREOFF

1, PAGES 52-61, PUBLIC
RECORDS OF GILCHRIST
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
TAX PARCEL #32-07-15-
0036-0019-0020
filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy' of your,
written defenses, if any, ON
RONALD W. STEVENS, Peti-
tioner's attorney, whose address is
Post Office Box 1444, Bronson, FL
32621, on or before February 8,
2005, and file the original with the
Clerk of this Court either before
service on Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the
Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
this Court on January 7, 2005.
JOSEPH W. GILLIAM'
Clerk of Court
(SEAL)
By: Lindsay Parrish
Deputy Clerk
Persons with disabilities re-
questing reasonable accommoda-
tions to participate in this proceed-
ing should contact (352) 374-3639
(Voice & TDD) or via Florida Re-
lay Service at (800) 955-8771.
Pub: January 13, 20, 27, February
3, 2005b.


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Land Transactions
Essie Lawson, aka to Sandra
G. Hodge.
Sandra G. Hodge to Rowdy
Shayne Hagan.
Robert J. Emmons to Magalie
Mondelus.
GMAC Mortgage Corpora-
tion to Federal National Mort-
gage Association.
Merle R. Dankers to Michael
H. Woerner.
Jestine H. Brock to Timothy
E. Lindsey.
Courtney Builders Inc. to
Kent C. Owens.
Albert G. Hampshire to Mont
M. Honaker.
Stephen G. Pomeroy to Wil-
liam A. Smith, Jr.
Nancy M. Rogers to Austin
A. Martin.
Riley A. Martin to Austin A.
Martin.
Charles R. Martin to Austin
A. Martin.
Darrell D. Martin to Austin
A. Martin.
Sidney A. Martin to Austin A.
Martin.
Terry F. Martin to Austin A.
Martin.
Carroll M. Mixon to Austin
A. Martin.
Austin A. Martin to Sidney A.
Martin.
Austin A. Martin to Darrell
Martin.
Austin A. Martin to Charles
R..Martin.
Austin A. Martin to Carrol M.
Mixon.
Austin A. Martin to Nancy M.
Rogers.


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Austin A. Martin to Sidney A.
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C.L. Wilkerson to Angela C.
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Betsy J. Volland, f/kla to
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Mickey D. Bryant to Marc
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Terrie L. Glasscock to Eric
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Patricia Stansberry to Char-
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William A. Perez to William
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Charles P. King Jr. to Phillip
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Tillman B. Cox to Raymond
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 2005


Automobiles

1988 FORD F-150 XLT, auto,
V8,' with topper, runs good,
$1,575. Call 386-935-4188 and
leave message. Will return call.
4 2tb,l-27-2-3
1998 DODGE RAM 1500: Quad
cab truck, SLT Laramie, 318 V8,
auto, :A/C, power locks/windows,
tilt, cruise, 115K miles. Room for
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'03 Ford F-150 XLT4-Door, super crew, VS, auto,
air, CD, loaded, 40K Miles... $17,975
'03 Chevy Cavalier, 4-Door, auto, air,
CD, 36K Miles, clean............. $7,575
'03 GMC Safari, 8-Passenger Van, dual air,
fully loaded, CD, 40K Miles... $10,975
'03 Ford Expedition, leather, dual air,
CD, loaded,35K miles......... $19,975
'02 Saturn 4-Door, auto, air, CD,
40K Miles, clean................... $5,975
'02 GMC 1500 Long Bed, V6,
auto, air, 40K miles................ $9,975
'02 Jeep Lberty Sport, .1 OD:.r 6 el i.
air, loaded, clean, 40K rr,.ei $11,975
01'Chevy Malibu, 4-Door, auto, air, CD
loaded, clean, 40K Mles.......:.... $6,975
'01 Ford Explorer Sport Trac, 4-Door, V-6,
auto, CD, loaded, 38K miles..... $13,975
'00 Ford E-150 Conve Van, leaW, VNCR, custom
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SUV 2001 MERCURY MOUN-
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2 DIRT BIKES FOR SALE:
Call 463-8356 from 12:00 p.m.
until 8:00 p.m. and ask for Jeremy
or Elizabeth.
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METAL DETECTORS: White's
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dealer, Santa Fe River Trading
Company. Will be at Chiefland
Flea Market January 22nd & 29th.
Booth 29 Yellow. Mention this ad
for 10% off new detector. Info at
386-935-2501.
2tb,1-20-1-27
HOT TUB / SPA: 5-person
lounger, 5HP, 20 jets, cabinet,
lights, never used, warranty.
Retail $4,300, sacrifice '$1,595.
(352)372-5287.
4tb,1-20-2-10
CAMPER FOR SALE: 1996
Pleasure-Wa ultiniate compact
RV. Impeccabl. maintained by
Original owner. 66,000 miles,
$24,500. Call 352-463-6527.
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HUMANE SOCIETY OF
GILCHRIST. COUNTY: Thrift
Store open 9 am 3 pm on
.Tuiesday Saturday. Strickland
Avenue in Bell. Come down and
pick up some great bargains and
help the animals at the same time.
Proceeds from sales benefit
spay/neuter voucher program.
Also taking donations. 463-7364.
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Only $15,800 for both.
LOTS OF 4 ACRE TRACTS In Suwannee County. $12,500 and up.
AIRPARK LOTS ON THE RUNWAY Choose yours today. $30,000 to
$40,000 range.
AIRPARK LOTS OFF THE RUNWAY with privileges, $15,000 AND UP.
3 TOWNHOUSE CONDOS A great rental income investment in Panama
City, Florida. All can be yours for a reasonable price of $239,500.
COMMERCIAL 2.47 ACRES ON HWY 129 in Bell, Florida 559' of paved
frontage. Make a great investment in North Central Florida. Only $275,000.
CLOSE TO ICHETUCKNEE RUN A super one acre lot on paved road and
access to a private park on the best swimming/floating spring fed water. Priced
at only $22,000.
GREAT LOCATION BETWEEN GINNIE & BLUE SPRINGS 1.34 acres
commercial/residential on 340 @ Spring Ridge. 200' of Hwy fronttage. $28,900
PRICE REDUCED!
2 1/2 ACRES ON HWY 129 NORTH OF BELL nice wooded property,
-good for a home or a business location, for the price of $42,900.
SANTA FE RIVER Beautiful river view lot across from river road. This lot is
for camping/recreational use. Only $6,900.
2 NICE LOTS AT CHARLES SPRINGS ON THE SUWANNEE Both will
include a current septic system permit. They are side by side. Only $49,900
each.
NICE BUILDABLE LOTS in neighborhood close to Santa Fe River and Boat
ramps. Great tubing/swimming and fishing area. $12,900.
3 ACRES HWY 129 IN BELL, FLORIDA This beautiful high land with
lots of road frontage could be just what you are needing for your business loca-
tion. $295,000.
OTHER COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES IN BELL, TRENTON, FAN-
NING SPRINGS, AND BRANFORD.
Visit our website at www.wolfordrealty.com


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8`:For Sale


ACHING JOINTS,
BODY PAIN?
Liniments made with essential oils
and natural ingredients. Gift
baskets, aromatherapy items, free
consultations. (352) 486-6135 or,
www.genessence.com
tfn,1-25

BEDS: Queen thick, orthopedic,
pillow-top mattresses and box
springs. New in plastic with
warranty. Sacrifice, $160. King
available $225. (352) 372-8588.
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CHEST, FREEZER (lrg.)
.Good condition/works great.
No longer needed, asking
$100 obo. Call '(352)
472-2015. Please leave
message if no answer.
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Yard Sales
-.
BEST PRICES PAID
Buy out estates, households, yard
sales, storage units, etc. Cash
Paid!!! Call Tonm (352) 463-2668-
or 213-6019.
4tb,1-20-2-10
FREE GI\E AWAY
JOPPA YARD SALE CONTIN-
UES: The WMU of Joppa Baptist
Church plans to continue their
yard sale this Friday and Saturday
at Sandra Colson's residence. Turn
East off U.S. 19 at N.W. 150th
Street. .(CR 218) Proceeds are
helping our new church building
fund!
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SLost & Found

LOST DOG PIT BULL MIX:
Red, female w/green collar, lost in
Fanning Springs Reward availa-
ble. 352-463-7791.


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WANTED-TRACTORi
rusty, broken, ugly, de
abandoned. Call Sonny
1387 or 352-256-7275,
ing, thanks.

RETIRED REMO
CONTRACTOR: Wt
buy homes or mobile ho
land needing repair, 493-



A AARP
SMEETIN(

THE GILCHRIST' (
AARP CHAPTER me;
Community Center, 21t
Avenue in Trenton ev
Tuesday of the month at
except June. Jul.. and Au
members, winter resident
citizens can be sure of a
come.


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SERVICE

ALMOST ANY!
Painting yard care, w:
pressure cashing.
carpet & house cleani
Need it done? Don't h
time? Call "The Red
ask for Cyndi. 352-49
or 954-612-3007. D
for Senior Citizens.
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: Services

ELMORE'S SIMULATED
BRICK & STONE, INC. Stucco
& Hardcoat, Permanent Mobile
Home. Skirting. License #118.
Free Estimates, Jimmie Elmore,
Owner. Call (352) 472-5542.
24tb, 1-27-7-7


ALMOST ANYTHING Painting,
S: Old, yard care, windows, pressure
ad, alive, washing, gutter, carpet & house
352-472- cleaning, etc. Need it done? Don't
keep try- have the time? Call "The Red
Head", ask for Cyndi.
tfnb,11-6 352-493-2030 or 954-612-3007.
Discount for Senior Citizens.
)DELING 8tb,1-13-3-3
mting to
nmes with BILLY BOB'S FENCINGi All
7841. types. Free estimates. Call
tfhb, 1-16 352-498-5463 or 352-221-3275.
8tp,12-23-2-10

UNCOLLECTED JUDGMENT?
We can help. No recovery. No fee.
GS NO Judgment too big or small.
-.....'. HK. and Associates, 24/7, Call
COUNTY (352) 486-1639.
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A OT C 1-


er tird PRESSURE WASHING,
ry third LAWN MOWING, YARD
10:30 am, CLEANING, AND PAINTING:
guit. New
s or local Reasonable prices, dependable.
Swarm wel- insured, and professional.
armhamrock Services, 352-463-1212
tfib,6-20 day or evening and weekends.
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S TREE SERVICE: Trim or
.s.... remove tree. Over 20 years e\p
All major credit cards accepted
THING Licensed and-insured. The Saw
windows, Shoppe, High Springs.
Ste, 386-454-3605, 1-800-741-3605.
gutter tfnb,10-21


JOHNNY'S CONCRETE
SERVICE: We do slabs,
driveways, sidewalks, etc...
352-214-1600 or 352-213-5860.


foR SALE There is a



tEAL1 i A full service brokerage with
Experience and integrity.
Offering the Respect &
Service you deserve. Member
of Dixie-Gilchrist-Levy Board
of Realtors and Multiple
Listing Service.


D. Deen Lancaster
Licensed Real Estate Broker
www.lancasterrealty.biz
510 East Wade Street
Trenton, Florida 32693
Office: 352-463-9494
Fax: 352-463-9455
E-mail: lancasterrealtyii'bellsouth.net


For Sale'
100 ft. on SR-26 in Trenton
commercial district, $99,900.

1 acre "Homes Only" Fanning
Springs. Two to choose from,
$18,000 each.

5 lots in Cross City, ranging
from $4,500 to $6,500.


WANTED: PROPERTIES TO SELL


NEW! at IRON-FREE Well Wa-
ter Company. PENOX Wide
Spectrum Filtration System. Re-
moves IRON, TANNIN, SUL-
FUR, MANGANESE, and TUR-
BIDITYV KILL BACTERIA.
No more BAD TASTE, BAD
ODOR, and STAINED FIX-
TURES. Our systems are tail-
ored to your particular need.
All are LOW ,COST, LOW
MAINTENANCE, GUARAN-
TEED. Call today for FREE
WATER TEST. No Obligation.
Prices: $695 to $1995. IRON-
FREE WELL WATER COM-
PANY. 352-542-9817 1-800-437
l" 128 or WILSON HONE''"I, E
TER 3?2-463-2068
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NAIL GUN SERVICES & RE-
PAIRS: For Bostitch and Senco
Brands. For competitive prices
and quick turn-around call Gil-
christ Building Supply at 352-463-
2738. Located in Bell.
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BUILDING CONTRACTOR:
-CBC017140 Custom homes built
on your lot. Precision Develop-
ment, PO Box 249, 26761 SE
Hwy. 19, 'Old Town, 352-542-
8416.
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TREES, TREES, TREES: Lang-
ston Tree Sern ice. Inc. 490-4456.
:tfnb,2-22

A BIG STUMP! A LITTLE
STUMP!:We grind them all.
Langston Tree Service, Inc. 490-
4456.


Interested in a PART TIME CAREER with a

GOOD STARTING SALARY ?

Gilchrist County School District is now accepting applications for these
future positions:

> SCHooL Bus DRIVERS ($16.74 $20.41/HOUR)

I > SUBSTITUTE SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS ($11.25/HOUR)

o Con\enient Vork Schedule

.o Part Time Hours

o Benefits *

o Free Training

o Stipend Paid at Completion of Training (approximately $100)

No Bus driving experience necessary. Training for CDL Class B is provided at no
cost. Must have clean driving record. Must pass a criminal background check and
drug test. Current openings are at Substitute level. Future openings for Regular
Drivers are typically filled from Substitute Driver pool.
*Benefits not applicable to substitute drivers

Classes starting soon....

For more information or to request an application packet, please call:
463-3200

Or visit the Gilchrist County Schools District Office at:
310 NW 1 l Ave
Trenton, Florida 32693





The Gilchrist County School Board is an Equal Opportunity Employer


SServices

DIXIE MONUMENT: Old Town
- Since 1992. Visit our display on
Hwy. 19 at C&C Growers, 9 am -
5 pm, Mon. Sat. or call toll free
1-877-542-3432 for appointment
to visit our shop & main office at
1471 NE 512 Avenue. 100's of
stones in stock, computer special-
ist to assist you in creating a last-
ing tribute to the life of your loved
one.
tfnb,5-20

TIM POWELL ELECTRIC:
New installations and repairs, li-
censed and insured. State Reg.
#EC13002453. Call (352) 463-
2155.
tfnb,11-25

MOWER & CHAINSAW
PARTS: Stihl, Husqvmrna, Ayp,
Murray, Sears, MTD, Briggs,
Kohler, Robin, and Honda. Blades
for most mowers.
SBeauchamp Saw Shop
493-4904 '
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C Advertise --
It Pays!!


Help Wanted ,

PLUMBERS & PLUMBERS
HELPERS: 40 hours per week,
must have valid drivers license.
472-4114.
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PA PAWS IS HIRING PT nights
and weekends. Apply in person at
SR 26 and Waccasassa.
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FT/PT EXPERIENCED mainte-
nance man needed immediately.
Also a FT/PT experienced cook
-needed immediately. Apply with-
in at the Lighthouse Restaurant.
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HOUSEKEEPING / LAUNDRY
RELIEF position, 16 hours week-
ly and housekeeping position,
Thursday, Fridays and Saturdays
12 PM 8 PM. Apply at Ayers
Health and Rehab, 606 NE 7th St.,
Trenton.
: itb,1-27
AYERS HEALTH AND RE-
HAB is looking for a hairdresser,
two days a week. Elderly popula-
tion. Apply at Ayers Health and
Rehab Center, Trenton, 352-463-
7101.


Jim King Realty, Inc.
Realtor MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE
Main Office- (352)493-2221. MLS
315 N. Main Street (US-19), Chiefland, FL 32626
Fanning Springs Branch Office (352) 463-6144.
17871 U.S. Hwy, 19, Fanning Springs, FL32693
EQUAL HOUSING SuwanneeBranch Office (352) 542-9007
OPPORTUNITY 23382 SE 349 Hwy., Suwannee, FL 32692 REALT'
E-Mail: jkingre@svic.net or www.jimkingrealty.com


WORKING HORSE FARM 22
acres MOL, income-producing farm
just, outside of Trenton, FL with an
almost new 2 BR/2 BA home with
huge office/multi room. A- beautiful
place with horsebarn, storage barn
and board fence. Very nice area of
large homes!! -$399,500. (GR-
747915) Call 493-2221.






A PEACFUFIL WATERFRONT


THIS REMARKABLE HOME
situated on 10 acres MOL, of beauti-
;ful pasture, is. ready for horses. This
home is like 2 homes under one roof
- the main living area has 3 BR/2
BA and the second area, or mother-
in-law suite, has 2 BR/1 BA, all sep-
arated by the 2-car garage. Many
amenities!! The proper is sur-
rounded'by a 70'acre horse farm,
which makes this a beautiful setting.
$435,000. (LR-747891-K) Call 493-
42221.


RETREAT in the coastal torn of --r
Suwannee! On freshwater canal. -"
iut rrnuntes to the maciUnc SyS BE.TIlFlUL & SPACIOLiS "I BR/2
nee Ri'er jnd the (jGuif ,l- .-"I B.A hC"i.. th ICer I '1)1 1 q it this
This beautiful 2004 -home has 3 home is situated on over 4 acres of
BR/2 BA, boathouse w/lifts, fish beautiful landscaped trees. 4" well.
cleaning area and large deck for en- Many amenities go with this property!
tertaining! Rock fireplace. Every- This is a MLIST-SEE' Unbelievable
thing is less than 1 year old condion and construction! $155,000.
$359,000. (DW-747659) (LIMH-7479.4 sCall 4J3-6144.


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Dot, Frank, and John
Welcome You To Gilchrist County
iFrank) Ifgrealt) @bellsouth net (Dot) dotcuesta@bellsouth.net
VIEW ALL OF OUR LISTINGS AT
ww w.frankgrantrealty.com

7750 SW CR-307 Trenton









3 BR/2 BA CBS Stucco home w/1,620 sq. ft. heated area,
central air & heat, swimming pool & patio. 1,508 sq. ft.
CBS Stucco workshop-garage w/over head storage, con-
crete floors. Located on 7.68 acres with 4 acres planted
Christmas Trees. MLS#747838...Price only $219,995.

4009 SE 53rd Court






2 BR/1 BA M/H on 5 acres, fenced, 4" well.
MLS#747843 Price $56,000.
South Santa Fe Avenue







*'

10.51 acres 'Homes Only' pasture land, 350 ft. from paved
road. SE 95th Place, just off of South Santa Fe Avenue.
Convenient to town, school, churches. Horses welcome.
MLS#748087. Price at $95,000. Buy the north 5 acres for
$49,900.

L. Frank Grant
LIC. REAL ESTATE BROKER
216-A N. Main St., Trenton, FL 32693
S352-463-2817 FAX (352) 463-2479 EQUAL HOUS'IN
I lfgrealty@bellsouth.net
REALTOR We List To Sell! I' MLSM


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FREE PUPPIES, 9 weeks old,
mother red nose, 463-8322.
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Page Fifteen


SHelp Wanted Help Wanted


S VACANCIES
GILCHRIST COUNTY
SCHOOLS

Temporary Teacher Aide
Estimated through June 2, 2005.
Trenton Elementary
High School Diploma or
equivalent required. Associate of
Arts Degree or higher, at least 60
credit hours from an accredited in-
stitution, or a passing score on an
approved state test.
Speech/Language Pathologist
.(K-12) District-wide
Bachelor's Degree in Speech/
Language Pathology/
Communication Disorders
from an accredited educational
institution. Florida certification in
Speech/Language Pathology 'and/
or licensure in
Speech/Language Pathology.
School Psychologist
District-wide
Master's Degree from an
Accredited institution.
Certification covering
SShool Ps.cholog).
Substitute Teachers.
High School Diploma or
Equivalent, Contact the District
Office for an application and
more information.

Highly Qualified
Substitute Teacher Pool
' Wae accepting applications for
our Highly Qualified Substitute
TeacherPool. Qualifications:
Bachelor's Degree or higher with
a current or former leaching
ceruficate in a core object area
Once approved. highly qualified.
substirutes would d be eligible for
substituting at $130 a day in
) pre-approved situations where
there is a long-term absence in a
core subject area. All other daily
substituting sould be at current
daily rates Contact the Distric
Office for an application and
i- more information.


Bus Driver Trainees;
Substitute Bus Drivers.
High School Diploma. 40 hours of
in-service training will be
provided for qualified applicants.
Flexible training hours. Part of the
training prepares trainees for the
driver portion of the Class B
Florida CDL. For information or
questions, contact the
Transportation Department at
(352) 463-3230.

Obtain and submit application to:
Gilchrist County School District,
310 NW 11th Avenue,
Trenton, FL 32693
(352) 463-3200.

Attach a resume and any
additional information as
necessary. All applications will
be screened. Not all applicants
will be interviewed.
Applications will be accepted
until positions are filled.
.EEO/Drug Free Workplace
www.GilchristSchools.org
ltb,1-20

BOOKKEEPER Full time, ex-
perienced only. Efficient in Quick
Books Program. Salary open.
Benefits. FAX resume to 352-
463-6908 or call 463-2348.
2tb,1-27-2-3

OAK MEADOWS: Deed restrict-
ed subdivision, 1 acre lots &
homes on paved roads. Come see
our -models featuring Homes of
Merit. McDougal Realty. 463-
7201. Broker/Owner.
tfnb,7-15

POSITIONS OPEN: We are cur-
rently .looking for an equipment
operator and someone to work on
our company farm. CDL pre-
ferred, but not necessary. We,offer
great benefits and competitive
pay. Please stop by our office in
High Springs to pick up' an appli-
cation. Loncala, Incorporated,
(386)454-1511.


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Classified Ads $4.50 Minimum for 20 Words. 5 cents each additional word.
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SHelp Wanted :,

ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIAL-
IST: Administrative secretarial
work of a varied and highly re-
sponsible nature within the office
of the Dean of Arts and Sciences.
Duties require working knowledge
of budgets and serves as personal
assistant to the Dean through plan-
ning, initiating, and carrying to
completion all administrative ac-
tivities. Applicant needs profi-
ciency in Word, Excel, and Micro-
soft Outlook. Requires High
School diploma, or its equivalent,
plus five years secretarial or cleri-
cal experience. Education can
substitute year for year for re-
quired experience. Special consid-
eration will be given to applicants
with an associate degree or certifi-
cate in a related area. Salary
$22,692.00 annually plus benefits.
Deadline for receiving applica-
tions: February 3, 2005. INQUIR-
IES: HUMAN RESOURCES DE-
VELOPMENT LAKE CITY
COMMUNITY COLLEGE, 149
S.E. VOCATIONAL PLACE,,
PHONE (386) 754-4314 FAX
(386) 754-4594. E-MAIL: Boett-
cherg@lakecitycc.edu Applica-
tions are available on WEB at:
v \ .lIakecit cL edu VP/ADA/
EA/EO COLLEGE IN EDUCA-
TION & EMPLOYMENT
2tb,1-20-l-27

GILCHRIST COUNTY SHER-
IFF'S OFFICE: Now has full
time positions open for Deputy
Sheriff,; starting salary $25,000
and Corrections'Deputy, Start-
ing salary $23,000. Full benefit
package. including State Retire-
ment, Health Insurance. etc. Ap-
plications may be picked up from
the Gilchrist County ShentTs Of-
fice, 9239 South US Hwy-129,
Trenton, Florida. Contact person,
H. L. Montgomery, Chief DeputN.
(352) 463-3181, EEOC.


Land For Sale!
Fox Run 2 \cre Lots-CR 319
iouth of Trenton Deed Restncl-
ed, Nen MH or Sue Bull
$28,900 to $37,000 ,
20 Acres North of CR 13 -NW
15th Aye MLS#232415.. Wood-
ed, high, dry & gently rolling,
wonderful homesite $140,000.
30 Acres NW 50th Ave 3
Wooded Ten Acre Lots
MLS#232414. Located 2 miles
ciat :of Ro;., Blulft bh t 'ramp' *
larjauilOU 4o-iJI//1 p, _
31 Acre Farm nr SX Oikchmr
County MNLSn 2334"' Pjiures.
barn. fenced. X-fenced. 3;1
house $290).l)(0
56. Areas in Eastern Glkhnst Co
MLSf2I33116 Rolling. dr, cor-
ner nite 5298.000
2-.6 Acres in Wesiemr Gilchrist
Co. Pasture. $196,800.
Investors! 13 Mobile Homes in
Trenton. Fully leased for 7
)cars $?,39.000
40 Landlocked Acres
MLS#232350 north of CR 310
Wooded, great hunting tract
Buyer to get access. $115,000.
40 Vacant Lots in Fanning
Springs. Unique opportunity for
development. All for $130,000.



Southern Property
Services, Inc.

352-35-773


Help Wanted

DUMP TRUCK DRIVER:
Needed with Class B CDL. Drug-
free workplace, w/benefits. An-'
drews Paving, Inc. 386-462-1115.
Experience a must.
2tb,1-20-1-27
LOWBOY DRIVER: Needed
with Class A CDL. Drug4ree
workplace, w/benefits.. Andrews
Paving, Inc. 386-462-1115. Expe-
rience a must.
2tb,1-20-1-27
SALESMAN NEEDED: Immedi-
ate opening. SLO:ggln- Chcey/
Buick, Chiefland 3?2-493-42b3
2th.l.:0- I .7

PROFESSIONAL DRIVERS
$1,000, new hire bonus for exlperi-
enced drivers! Callabou dr, hulk
and flatbed positions at'our New-
berry terminal. 1-866-300-8759.
2tb,1-20-1-27

EXPERIENCED WAITRESS:
Needed for day and night shift.
Apple, at Lou's Drive-Thru in
Bell 352-463-9400.:
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GILCHRIST COUNTY has an ,
opening for a Director of Lrnforma-
tion Services. The Director' will
have primary re~ponsbibhr, for the
County's computer. network. and
maintenance. This full time posi-
Stion requires.a minimum of a two-
year or equivalent experience and
will pay $30,000 $35.000 '.nh
benefits. Job description are
a a lable upon request. Applica-
tions may be obtained from the
Gilchrist County AJdrirni-itrator '
Office at 209 SE First Street,
Trenton, FL. Applications must be
returned to the Administrator's Of-
fice, or may be mailed, to
trmoore@mail.co.gilchrist.fl.us.
Position is open until filled. Gil-
christ County is an EOE and a
DFWP.


For Rent

3 BR/2 BA DW Trenton,
fireplace, no pets, section 8
OK, $550 first, last with $500
sec. deposit. Call 352-542-
0235 or 352-210-2550.
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LIKE NEW, 2 BD/2BA mobile
home in Fanning Springs Annex.
Perfect for room mates, $500 Rent
plus $500 deposit. Call 352-463-
8876.
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HUNTING LEASE WANTED:
Smaller acreage, family oriented.
Call 321-277-2707 ask for Sean.
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Real Estate ,

Buy or sell or both. Call
TOWN & COUNTRY REALTY
352-463*8340
P. O. Box 8, Bell, Florida 32619 .
tcrealty @bellsouth.net
http://home.bellsouth.net/p/pwp-
tcrealty
Dixie-Gilchrist-Levy
Board of Realtors and
Multiple Listing Service.
tfnb,2-20
COMMERCIAL OFFICE
SPACE AVAILABLE: Located
in Levy Office Complex at 12650
NW Hwy. 19 in Chiefland. Ap-
proximately 209 square feet, $264
monthly. Includes all utilities and
sales tax. Please phone 493-4111
for more information. ;Two units
available. One mile north of Wal-
Mart, next to Liggett's/UPS.
tfnb,8-12


SMobile Homes I

2002 14 x 40 Fleetwood, 1 BR/1
BA. handicap accessible, $10,000.
Call 3S6-454-1976


For Rent



1, 2 & 3 Bedroom
Apartments

cental Assistance

eton I 9aparments)

718 N.E. 7th Place #905
Trenton, FL 32693
352-463-7106
TDD/TTY 711
Equal Housing Opportunity


renton II Ipartment

1,2, & 3 BR
HC/non HC accessible
apartments.

718 NE 7th Place #905,
Trenton, FL 32693. Call
352-463-7106,
TDD/TTY 711.
Equal Housing Opportunity.


New Deed-ReStrict..d Subdivision
Located South of Trenton
Spacious 2-Acre Lots Paved Road
Underground Utilities
New Mobile or Site-Built Minimum 1,500 square feet
$28,900 to $37,000
See Photos on our Website
www.Floridalandl.com
From Trenton go South on Santa-Fe (next to Wilson Mobile
Homes) to left on CR-319, Continue to signs on the left.
Southern Property Services, Inc.
352-375-7731 352-475-3500 352-278-2591




TIMBER LAND FOR SALE
Great Hunting and Investment.
Gilchrist County, all minutes off SR-47.
81 ACRES: Surrounded by six
sections 3.5 miles north of CR-340,
$141,750.

292 ACRES: Timber included, CR-138
to NE 7th CT, $600,000.
473 ACRES: CR-138 to NE 90th Way,
some timber reserved; $850,000.
Coolidge Davis Realty, 352-376-2541
E-mail cal@bellsouth.net


^- TROKE REALTY


(352) 463-7075
(352),463-7302 FAX .


JEAN C. TROKE Licensed Real Estate Broker
SEE OUR LISTINGS ON THE WEB:
www.trokerealtyinc.com
E-mail Address trokerealty@aol.com
730 E. Wade Street (SR-26) Trenton, Florida 32693


-- SITE-BUILT HOMES FOR SALE --
NEW LISTING--ROOMY BLOCK-BUILT HOME. TRENTON NEIGHBORHOOD: 3 BR/2 BA: CB-constructionover 1,800 sq.
ft.,'with attached 2-carcarpon. on lir.,andaped 2..Loi r.5cn ,qu, a re OI NE Tr.irnr, Owners have priced to se11...$124,900.
L 'RGE, SPACIOUS FRAME IIOME IN TRENTON: 4 BR/3 BA. Room ,Ol0+ sq. ft. of living space, with 'in-law' suite attached
:home .lso h.- 2niieil etl lot rom for polenu r .fui BR l.,iiied ;r nice neighborhood of town, with full landscaping/fencing, hot tub in
,;reenred bjac. porch more ..$199.900.
STURDY CB-BULILT HOME IN G %INES\ ILLE: 2BR/1BA: Solidly-built home on wooded, fenced lot, conveniently located to both
Waldo Road & NE 16th Avenue in north Gainesville, would make a great 'starter' home for single or couple-call or email for more de-
tails...$49,900.
-- MANUFACTURED HOMES ON THE MARKET --
MIX OF PASTURE & PINES W/HOME IN WEST ALACHUA: 3 BR/2 BA: Well-landscaped I. cr1cre pFroerI', .' paved frontage
south of Newberry. has sturdy 1998 24x48 manufactured set back at end of pasture part of property ilio 4 icre i ,1 planted pines &
Tore...$159.900. :,* ,
SP\CIOUS BELL AREA HOME-SITE %.'BARN & INMPRO\ EMENTS: 3BR/2B.A: Nicely-secluded at cul-de-sa.: SD iiru .. cOf
Bell, this 1998 27x56 Manufacturedhas beer t.ep r nej5 &. .ler. ,-r, AI.,ched :,l.e porch 33'-round pool, large 2-story bjrr,'...:l.,.iop ,,hl s
1BR' BA uprilaif ir.nrtmenr,. "rme uildiri i 'er ele.:ruic & ,. gre.irciui,,e' full fencing/gating for, horse/livestock & lots
Tore $114,900.
5 SECLUDED ACRES %\\,lANLUFA.CTLRED IN NORTH GILCHRIST: 2 BR/2 BA: Wooded acreage w/paved frontage along US-
129 (short drive io b.:.lh Sun rieie & SjntL Fe Roer;i, nhi neat/clean 14x66 M/H, all appliances to stay; call or e-mail for the de-
tails...$48,000.
4AFFORDABLE MANUFACTURED IN NE TRENTON: 2 BR/1.5 BA: neat, clean 14x60 1992 single-wide, located on treed, fenced lot
at Pine Estates in NE Trenton; Owner has redone all windows, doors (& new storm door), has roomy split-plan format--call for de-
tails...$29,900.
-- COMMERCIAL PROPERTY FOR SALE--
COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS AVAILABLE IN TRENTON: Brick building, with space for multiple possible commercial rentals, for
sale in downtown Trenton; also has block-built structure in back that could be rented (over 8,500 inside sq.ft. in all)-call or email for full
information...$199,900.
--ACREAGE/LOTS/WATERFRONT READY FOR HOME-SITES --
'SILVER OAKS' S/D TRACTS NEAR FANNING SPRINGS: Side-by-side 1/2-acre lots at high-end manufactured home (with S/D re-
strictions) community nearby US-19 in N. Levy, for sale as one property...$22,900.
3+ ACRE.TRACT SW OF CHIEFLAND: Nice mix of trees on this wooded 3.6-acre property, ready for built or manufactured home-
site, nearby CR-347 in Levy Co....$22,500.
2-ACRES WOODED, SECLUDED PROPERTY IN EAST GILCHRIST: Has mix of woods & pasture, for two side-by-side one-acre
tracts (sold together), could make for 2 home-sites and near to SR 26, call or email for details...$20,000.
WATER'S LAKE PROPERTY-TRACT W/LAKE FRONTAGE: Wooded 2/3-acre tract available, located in quality 'homes-only'
subdivision NE of Trenton, with frontage along pristine Water's Lake. S/D has paved frontage, public boat area & more-call for de-
tails...$15,000.
AFFORDABLE TRACTS NEAR RIVER AT WANNEE: Wooded 3-lot tractavailable (approx. .45 acre), convenient to public Suwan-
nee River boat ramp area, perfect for weekend camp retreat nearby the water...$8,000
LOTS AVAILABLE NEAR FANNING SPRINGS: Three separate wooded lots for sale, near Fanning/Wilcox, two are right by the
'Rails to Trails' path, could be purchased together or separately--call for info...$3,000(total)
--Call or e-mail our office/agents for more information on other home-site (for built or manufactured) lots/one-acre tracts available
in the Gilchrist/No. Levy area.


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Trenton Pediatrics
Holds Ribbon
:Cutting Thursday
(Continued from Page One)
to health care for medically
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Levy counties.
The Capital City Bank
Foundation donated 8,050.00 to
the Trenton Medical Center,
Inc. to assist in purchasing
equipment and office furniture
for this new facility.


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Sons of Confederate
Veterans Lee &
Jackson's Birthdays
(Continued from Page One)
was further entertained and edu-
cated by Mr. Marion "Sid"
Mayer, from Gainesville and
Professor of Civil War History
with Santa Fe Community Col-
lege. He told us his story of
"The Good, The Bad and the
very, very Ugly." Mr. Mayer
explained that General Lee was
one of the all-time best Generals
of the Civil War. General Lee
resigned his position with the
federal government once Vir-
ginia withdrew from the Union.
He then offered his services to
the State of Virginia. This sin-
gle act made a huge impact on
the war. Then there was his
story of the Ugly, a man by the
name of Ben Butler, a General
for the Union Army. He was
brutal to most, but especially
terrible toward women. He sent
Eugenia Phillips (who earned
her own place in Civil War his-
tory), to Ship Island, an island
that housed individuals with
yellow fever. She was sent
there for allegedly laughing
during a Yankee funeral proces-
sion. She was released after
three and a half months. Her
family then fled to Confederate
territory. Last he told the story
of the very, very Ugly, the story
of "The Battle of the Crater."


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The short version of the story is
the Union side, led by generals
Burnside, Ledly, Wilcox and
Ferrero, were to take control of
Petersburg, Virginia. They
were very close to their enemy
so the plan was to dig a tunnel
under the Union/Confederate
lines to the Confederate battery.
They would then fill it with
black powder and blow it up.
The tunnel was 511 feet long.
However they only received
half the black powder they re-
quested, and were given poor
fuses. After two attempts to ig-
nite the powder it did explode
killing 278 confederate soldiers
as they slept and creating a huge
crater. The 15,000 Union
troops were supposed to rush
across the field but instead
stood gawking at the crater.
Confederate reinforcements
worked quickly and in the end
the Union soldiers ended up
being slaughtered in their own
crater.
Camp 770 gave a special
award to Annette and Skee Hut-
son for all their hard work on
the camp's recent events. They
were an asset during the Bell
Christmas Parade, in which
Camp 770 took first place.
They set up a Christmas party
for the camp at their home and
they were the chairpersons in
setting up for this birthday din-
ner in Newberry. Camp 770
also received a special thank
you from William Wing Loring
Camp 1316 in St Augustine.


Camp 1316 thanked them for all
the support they have received
from Camp 770.
The evening was a big suc-
cess and everyone enjoyed
themselves. For more informa-
tion on the Sons of Confederate
Veterans please call Com-
mander Clement Lindsey at
(352)472-0047.


Gilchrist County
Grandmother
Seriously Injured In
Mobile Home Fire
Wednesday Evening
(Continued from Page One)
he' was playing near the fire-
place, After the child rushed to
advise his 73-year-old grand-
mother of the fire, she rushed
into the living area to find the
fire up in the roof of the struc-
ture. Mrs. Norris grabbed her
grandson and rushed to escape
the burning structure. She fell
and injured her leg then her
husband returned to the scene
and helped get her and the child
out of the fire.
The Bell Volunteer Fire De-
partment was the first depart-
ment at the scene. The Spring
Ridge and Trenton departments
were called to assist in the
structure fire that was com-
pletely involved when the fire-
fighters arrived to the area. The
Southeast. and Spring Ridgg fie
departments : re called 4 o the
scene to assist with additional
water supply. Fifteen firefight-
ers responded with nine units to
the scene. As the firefighters ar-
rived, the fire had already begun
to spread to the grasses around
the structure.
The Gilchrist County Emer-
gency Medical Service arrived
on the scene and began treating
Mrs. Norris for the leg injury
and severe burns. The EMS
unit transported Mrs. Norris to
Shands at the University of
Florida where she was treated
for a fractured leg and burns to
over 25 percent of her body.
Her grandson was also treated
for minor burs he received.
The investigation of this fire
determined it began as an acci-
dent. The firefighters sprayed
9,000 gallons of water on this
fire to keep the flames from
spreading to nearby structures.
The Gilchrist County Com-
mission discussed the need for
volunteers to join and become
involved in the fire department
in the county
"We are in a crisis regarding
volunteers in our rural area fire
departments," reported Delight
Curtis from Southeast Volunteer
Fire Department. She explained
to the Gilchrist County Com-
mission in their Monday eve-
ning meeting that' board mem-
bers need to get involved in
their districts to show the resi-
dents the need for additional
firefighters in the rural depart-
ments.


Scouts As Stewards
Of Local National
Wildlife Refuge
The Lower Suwannee NWR
had some visitors from
Gainesville recently very
helpful visitors, not to mention
ambitious.
Cullen Roberts, a 13 year-old
member of Gainesville's Troop
432 decided he wanted to make
an everlasting difference; he.and
his troop ,would strive for the
William T. Hornaday Award for
distinguished service to .conser-
vation. His mother being the
president of the Friends of the
Refuge at the Lower Suwannee
NWR approached refuge man-
ager, Ken Litzenberger, for the
perfect project.
The 41 scouts were accompa-
nied by a support group of
twenty parents and leaders.


New Red Grouper,
Dolphin And Wahoo
Rules Now In Effect
The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) reminds anglers that
new rules are now in effect to
manage red grouper, dolphin
and wahoo.
The daily recreational bag
limit for red grouper now is two
fish per person (within the five-
fish aggregate grouper limit) in
Gulf of Mexico state waters.
This limit also applies in Gulf
federal waters.
Florida state waters extend
nine nautical miles offshore in
the gulf, and federal waters ex-
tend beyond state waters.
The new limit on recreational
red grouper harvest is intended
to help rebuild red grouper
stocks in the gulf. The mini-
mum size limit for red grouper
remains at 20 inches total
length, and the daily recrea-
tional bag limit in Atlantic
Ocean state waters is still five
fish per person (under the five-
grouper aggregate limit).
In addition, new management
rules are in place for dolphin
and wahoo. These rules are in-
tended to be consistent with re-
cently implemented regulations
for dolphin and wahoo in At-
lantic Ocean federal waters,
which were developed to pre-
vent over-fishing of these spe-
cies. The FWC has also imple-
mented other measures to
protect dolphins adti wahoo ii
state waters.
The new rules: Designate
dolphin and wahoo as restricted
species; Establish a 20-inch fork
length minimum size limit for
all harvest of dolphin on Flor-
ida's Atlantic coast; Establish a
statewide maximum recreational
harvest limit of 60 dolphin per
vessel (except ten dolphin per
paying passenger on for-hire
vessels); Establish a statewide
daily two-fish recreational bag
limit and a 500-pound commer-
cial daily vessel limit for wa-
hoo; Require commercial ves-
sels, harvesting dolphin and
wahoo on the Atlantic coast, to
have a federal permit; Prohibit
the sale of recreationally caught
dolphin or wahoo (except quali-
fied for-hire vessels may sell
recreationally harvested dol-
phin); and Require all dolphin
and wahoo to be landed in a
whole condition.
Other FWC rules that con-
tinue to apply for dolphin in-
clude prohibiting the commer-
cial harvest and sale of dolphin
less than 20 inches fork length,
a ten-fish daily bag limit for rec-
reational harvest of dolphin; and
limiting dolphin harvest to hook
and line, long lines (outside of
state waters) and spearing.

Under the direction of Refuge
Forester Daniel Barrand, the
group planted 6,000 native
pines over 12 acres for a refuge
restoration project. "The long
leaf pines will restore commer-
cial pine plantations planted by
the previous owners into a more
suitable habitat for the indigeo
nous wildlife," reported Bar-
rand.
Having brought bag lunches,
the youths worked throughout
the day when other kids were
playing video games and walk-
ing the mall. "Conservation and
the Boy Scouts of America have
been partners for a long time.
We're proud of Cullen's part in
scouting heritage," said Scout
Master Bradley Pollitt.
Youth volunteerism is ex-
tremely admirable, but unfortu-
nately rare. "Understanding and
practicing sound stewardship of
natural resources like the plant-
ing of these magnificent native
pines can only strengthen
scouting's emphasis on re-
specting the outdoors," added
Litzenberger.


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