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Title: Gilchrist County journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Thetis F. Fisher
Place of Publication: Trenton Fla
Creation Date: May 19, 2005
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Thirty-One Teams Raise $53,000 To Help

Find A Cure During Relay for Life


Character Council Identifies Roy

Langford As A Man Of Wisdom


The 11th Annual American
Cancer Relay for Life drew an
excited crowd of 31 teams,
along with many survivors and
loved ones, to participate in the
walk for a cure program held at
Chiefland Elementary School
May 13th and 14th.
"The teams participating are
the heart of the Relay for Life
from Levy, Gilchrist, Dixie and
Lafayette counties," explained
Mel Toran, Community
Representative Tri-County Unit
of the American Cancer Society.
The relay began Friday evening
as teams and survivors
registered from 4:00 p.m. to
6:00 p.m. The opening
ceremonies began at 6:00 p.m.,
as cancer survivors participating
in the program were involved in
a walk around the track at their
own pace. The survivors were
then treated to a reception that
was held in the center of the
Chiefland Elementary School
track. As the relay got
underway, there were several
local groups providing
entertainment until 8:30 p.m.
Each of the 31 teams
involved in the relay had
campsites set up in a particular
area to pro. ide special treats of
food and many other needs for
sale. As each of the team
members were participating in
the relay, there were many other
exciting events that went on
during the night. The closing
ceremonies to. end the event
began at 9:30 a.m. Saturday
morning.
The Gilchrist County team
was awarded Most Money
Raised Per Capita and Top
City/Government team; Tri-
County Bank team won Top
Financial Institution and Best
campsite team; Cross City
Correctional Institution received
Most Money Raised and Top
Correctional Institution team;
First United Methodist Church
of Chiefland was awarded Top
Church Team; Chiefland High
School HOSA Club received
Top School Team.
This annual all-volunteer
event was directed by Darlene
Griffin and Teresa Gulledge.
These ladies assembled a
tremendous group of volunteers
that did an outstanding job.
All funds raised during this
event will support American
Cancer Society programs and
services. For a complete list of
sponsors of this event, see
Letter to the Editor on Section
A, Page Two.


No Wake Zones
Lifted For Suwannee
And Santa Fe Rivers
Water levels on the Suwannee
and Santa Fe Rivers have
dropped to the point, where the
"no-wake zones" were lifted at
5:00 p.m. Tuesday, May 17th
according to the Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC).
FWC, in conjunction with the
Suwannee River Water Man-
agement District, have been
monitoring the river levels since
the emergency no-wake zone
order went into effect April 12t.
FWC officers have been patrol-
ling the affected areas of the
rivers to ensure the no-wake
zones are enforced.
According to FWC's Captain
Roy Brown, area supervisor,
"Under the emergency order,
the level at Branford had to drop
to 22 feet and Three Rivers had
to be at 19 feet before the zones
could be lifted. On Tuesday,
(Continued to Section A,
Page Eighteen)


The 15 member Gilchrist County Group made the county proud! L to r; Joe Gilliam
(Clerk of the Court), Alice Kinsey, Cindy Chadwick, Diane Gorton, Hazel Bryant,
Damon Leggett (Property Appraiser), and (sitting) Janice Wasson all worked hard for
the Relay for Life cause. Together they rose over-$3625 and were awarded for t:' Top
Fundraising Team, Top Per Capita Fundraii-ing Team, Rookie of the Year and Top
City/County Government Team.


Bell SR FFA raised about $1100 for the Relay for Life, this was their 1st year to
participate. Their team members: (I to r) Julie Nobs, Bill Martin (Captain), Jeffrey
Williams, Sara Moran, Bradley Rhodes, Cody Spencer, Josh Edinfield, Amanda Nobs,
Jenny Pierce, Joy Powell, Kristen Padgett, Alicia Meyer, Lauren Ellison.


The Trenton High School Beta Club came out to support the Relay for Life this past
Friday night. Back I to r: Sponsor, Sue Reed, Morgan Martin, Tamika Mortimer,
Amanda Jones, Sponsor Gail Dasher. Front I to r: Brittany Layfield, Bianca Pope,
Sammie Jo Bishop.
See more photos on Section One, Page Eighteen


By Geneva Cornwell
There are some people who
speak of WISDOM and there
are others who actually live
WISDOM out in their daily
lives. The Character Council's
"Personality of the Month" for
May is just that person. He ex-
udes WISDOM, for he under-
stands fully that WISDOM
means, "Making practical appli-
cations of truth in daily deci-
sions."
Mr. Roy Langford, who is a
retired United States mail car-
rier, and presently a farmer, is a
lifetime resident of Gilchrist
County. He and his wife, Von-
nelle, have two grown children,
Cheryl and Alvin, and they also
have three grandchildren who
are the lights of their lives. He
and his wife are members of
Union Baptist Church and they
delight, on occasions, in having
backyard Gospel sings.
Mr. Langford is a member of
the National Rifle Association.
He volunteers his time on the
fund-raising committee, which
sponsors the annual Gilchrist
County NRA banquet each year.
He has a staunch conviction in


Roy Langford


the United States Constitution's
amendment, which allows any
American citizen to bear arms.-
However, Mr. Langford also
gives credence to the fact that
"everyone who does bear arms
must use WISDOM in doing so.
His heart is with the younger
generation and he desires to be
an example to them so they are
not led astray. He feels that
adults should always use
WISDOM so as never to be a


hindrance to a younger person.
It is Mr. Roy's opinion that in
"using WISDOM, life's chal-
lenges will not prove to be so
difficult." He also believes that
as one "uses WISDOM in
choosing friends, the burden of

any job will be lighter, as one
seeks counsel." He believes
that "God should be #1 in a per-
son's life, then family, then
community." Mr. Langford's
greatest aspiration is to continue
making it his personal duty to
"encourage young people to
participate in local community

activities for youth, such as 4-H
and the FFA because being as-
sociated with these organiza-
tions teaches them to make
good and wise decisions." He is
persuaded that the following old
saying is true in every genera-
tion, "Do unto others as you
would have them do unto you,"
and rightly so, as we all seek
WISDOM and continue to
prove that Gilchrist County is a
County of Character because
it's a County that Cares.


Gilchrist School District To Host

Forum On Plans For LCCC

Satellite Campus


By Anna Wild
On Tuesday, May 24, 2005 in
the Bell Elementary School
Cafeteria at 7:00 p.m., the Gil-
christ County School Board,
along with the Gilchrist County
Board of County Commission-
ers and the Lake City Commu-
nity College (LCCC) will be
hosting a Community Forum on
bringing a Lake City Commu-
nity College Satellite Campus to
Gilchrist County. Everyone in
the community is invited and
encouraged to attend as the
campus could offer new oppor-
tunities to all members of our
community.
Since Gilchrist County is ex-
pecting to continue to grow
rapidly over the next ten years,
steps are being taken now to
meet needs of the community as
it grows. Currently Gilchrist
County ranks sixth in the state
of Florida in percentage of
population growth. The plan is
tb collaborate with Lake City
Community College, Gilchrist


County Board- of County Com-
missioners, Gilchrist County
School Board, and the Gilchrist
County Shared Services Net-
work to bring a LCCC satellite
campus to our community. By
doing this they plan to expand
the existing Nursing Program,
offer two-year degree programs
(Career Certificate & University
Transfer Programs), offer a
four-year degree program from
Saint Leo University, and offer
continuing education for teach-
ers and alternative certification
programs. The site will also of-
fer employee and business
training, law enforcement
training, GED exit option, and
various personal enrichment
classes.
The campus would be housed
at the location of the Gilchrist
County Schools Central Cam-
pus on U.S. 129. The School
Board owns the five acres where
the existing campus is located,
and they are working to acquire


the additional 15 adjacent acres.
The school board plans to start
by first building eight class-
rooms on the existing five acres
and removing the five portables
that they leased. They would
use a "Modular" type facility,
however this is not a double
wide/trailer type structure. The
school board has found compa-
nies that make stick built struc-
tures to home specifications
within a factory. These struc-
tures are then transported and
placed together on a permanent
foundation. These are made just
like a traditional stick built
structure, however they are a
little stronger since they must
also endure transportation. By
using this type of building they
can have eight classrooms in-
stead of only four, which is
what they could afford if the
structure was built on site.
The initial structure would
(Continued to Section A,
Page Eighteen)


The Gilchrist County Commission presented Mrs. Karen Heaton with a plaque as a gift in
appreciation for the great job she did as secretary to the Board of County Commissioners
for five years. Pictured from left are Commissioner Tommy Langford, Commissioner
Randy Durden, Commissioner Mitchell Gentry, Karen Heaton, Commissioner Sharon
Langford and Commissioner Kenrick Thomas.


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Section A, Page Two


GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


THURSDAY, MAY 19, 2005


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Comments
By: John M. Ayers
On Monday afternoon I
attended the Gilchrist County
Commission's mid-month
meeting. I was pleased to see
that the board honored Mrs.
Karen Heaton with a nice gift in
appreciation for an excellent job
she performed as board
secretary for the past five years.
Mrs. Heaton not only
brought professionalism and
reliability to a tough job, she
made the job of the
commissioners much easier by
doing so. Mrs. Heaton has
served the residents of Gilchrist
County and the commission in a
sometimes thankless position
for many years.
SMrs. Heaton also made
communicating with the county
commission about information
the board had acted on very
simple. Mrs. Heaton has been a
real pleasure to work with
because she is such a
professional. She is still


working with Gilchrist County
in the clerk's office and the
finance department.
Ms. Janice Wasson has taken
over the responsibilities of the
commission's secretary. Ms.
Wasson is doiig a good job.
She has some big shoes to fill.

An other issue that the
commission dealt with on
Monday was some residents of
Spring Ridge Subdivision in
northeast Gilchrist County have.
been working to get the county
commission to resurface over
four miles of roads in the 25-
year-old development.
Jerry Keller, a resident of
Spring Ridge, addressed the
board to request that they add
the roads in the Spring Ridge
Subdivision to the Florida
Department of Transportation
SCRAP program priority list.
In an April 2005
commission meeting, the board
heard from a DOT
representative involving the
SCRAP and SCOPE programs.
The commission had
established a priority list of the


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DOT to consider widening and
resurfacing in 2006-2007. The
roads being considered for
submittal wvere CR 344 from
Hart Springs to U.S. 129; CR
342; arid CR 313.
Commissioner Tommy
Larigford made a motion to add
the Spring'Ridge Subdivision to
the SCRAP list. Commissioner
Sharon Langford gave a second
to the motion. A lengthy
discussion followed the motion
detailing the original intent of
the .SCRAP and SCOPE
programs.
Gilchrist County Clerk Joe
Gilliam told the commission
that in the 1970s the Florida
Department of Transportation
gave the county a list of all the
secondary roads that DOT had
previously paved and
maintained over the years.
Some time later DOT created
the SCRAP and SCOPE
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counties an opportunity to have
some of these secondary roads
resurfaced and widened.
Gilchrist County, as well as
other rural counties, are asked
to submit a priority list of roads
that need resurfacing and
widening each year.
County Commission
Chairman Mitchell Gentry
called for a vote on the motion
on the floor to put Spring Ridge
Subdivision roads on the DOT
priority list. The board voted 1-
4 to deny the motion.
Commissioner Tommy
Langford was the only
commissioner that voted in
support of the motion.
Commissioner Sharon
Langford made a motion to
have the southern portion of SE
70th Street added to the SCRAP
list. The board voted 5-0 in
support of the motion.
I feel that if Commissioner
Langford wants a certain area or
subdivision in his district to
receive paved roads, he should
work with the residents to have
them provide revenue for
resurfacing. Over the past year
when residents have come
before the board requesting
their road paved, the
commission has advised the
property owners of the Special
Assessment Program and what
they need to do to progress in
this program.
I don't feel that the county
should jeopardize the DOT
SCOPE and SCRAP programs
just to appease a resident or
group of residents. in a homes
only subdivision. If the board
begins this process, there are
many more subdivisions in the
county that will feel like they
too should have their roads
resurfaced at no additional
charge.
Gilchrist County is now
requiring that new subdivisions
have the roads paved by DOT
standards before the county will
accept the proposed site plans.


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A Letter To
The Editor
I'm writing to thank the par-
ticipants of the 11th annual
American Cancer Society Relay
For Life held at Chiefland Ele-
mentary School on May 13 and
14, 2005. Thanks to the gener-
ous support of our teams, spon-
sors, volunteers, and residents
from the community, $53,065
was raised for the fight against
cancer!
The all-volunteer Event
Committee was chaired by Ms.
Darlene Griffin and Ms. Teresa
Gulledge. Darlene and Teresa
assembled an amazing commit-
tee of volunteers to handle every
aspect of the event from logis-
tics to accounting to entertain-
ment. Key members of the
committee included: Debbie
Sheppard, Carol Collins, Caro-
lyn DeVore, Dave Burnett, Pam
Leaptrot, Frances Lasalle, Mi-
chael McElroy, Anni Eagan,
Kathy Benfield, Connie Bran-
nen, Tim Home, Barbara Dur-
den, and Gail Osteen.
Corporate sponsorship is an
important part of the support re-
ceived at Relay For Life events.
I would like to extend a heartfelt
thanks to Aramark and Jenkins
Paint (Bronze Sponsors), Hiers-
Baxley Funeral Services (Lumi-
nary Sponsor), Trenton Medical
Center (Survivor Dinner Spon-
sor), Drummond Community
Bank, Progress Energy, Ander-
son Columbia, Theodore M.
Burt P.A., Mark J. Feather P.A.,
Waste-Pro, Florida Rock,
Woodham's Garage, King Ap-
praisal Service, Jim King Re-
alty, Wesley Sanitation, Nature
Coast Insurance, and Civigenics
for their financial support.
I' also extend thanks to
Chiefland Elementary School
(Facility Sponsor), David Tip-
pins (Sound System Sponsor),
Marcus Hall (Stage Sponsor),
Tommy Harrington (Tent Spon-
sor); WLQH 940 AM, WCJB
Channel 20, the Gilchrist
County Journal, and the
Chiefland Citizen (Primary Me-
dia Sponsors). All of the un-
derwriting sponsors and addi-
tional in-kind sponsors should
be congratulated, as they en-
sured the success of the Relay
For Life event held in
Chiefland.
The teams are the heart of
Relay For Life and there were
, -,.teams, ,fromP vX, 1Gilchrist,
Dixie, and Lafavette counties
participating in the e .'ent
Teams receiving special recog-
nition included: Cross City
Correctional Institution (Most
Money Raised and Top Correc-
tional Institution Team), Tri-
County Bank (Top Financial In-
stitution Team), First United
Methodist Church (Top Church
Team), Chiefland High School
HOSA Club (Top School
Team), Gilchrist County (Most
Money Raised Per Capita &
Top City/Government Team),
and Tri-County Bank (Best
Campsite).
If the teams are the heart of
relay, then cancer survivors are
the soul. Some 60 survivors
from the community were hon-
ored and awarded survivor T-
shirts, enjoyed a lovely recep-
tion with complimentary gifts,
and walked the first lap (Survi-
vor's Victory Lap). Later in the
evening during the Luminary
Ceremony, there were more


Beef Checkoff
Program Helps Fund
American Heart
Association's Lean
Beef Cook Booklet
Searching to add more
healthy beef meals to your diet?
Here's a solution. Florida beef
producers, as a part of the Beef
Checkoff Program, have teamed
with the American Heart Asso-
ciation (AHA) to fund a heart-
healthy recipe cook booklet,
Fast & Flavorful Beef: Heart-
Healthy Recipes, that features
lean beef cuts; cooking tips and
nutritional information. The
AHA's "Six Simple Steps to
Good Nutrition" are included, as
well as tips on how to include
beef as part of a heart-healthy
diet. The booklet also provides
useful information comparing
the fatty acid content of beef to
that of chicken, tuna, salmon
and olive oil.
The development of the
checkoff-funded cook booklet
and additional resource materi-
als is coordinated on behalf of
the Cattlemen's Beef Board and
state beef councils by the Na-
tional Cattlemen's Beef Asso-
ciation (NCBA). The NCBA
serves as one of the Beef'
Board's contractors for check-
off-funded programs.
"This booklet offers residents
of Florida healthier and more
flavorful choices," said Polly
Golden, Executive Director,
Florida Beef Council. "The
glossy recipe booklet features
14 easy and flavorful lean-beef
recipes, with full-color photos,
that demonstrate how lean beef
can add nutritional power to
your diet."
Heart disease is the leading

than 500 candles lit in honor or
memory of cancer victims.
All funds raised will support
American Cancer Society Pro-
grams and Services; along with
Research and Advocacy Initia-
tives. The American Cancer
Society allocated over $16,900
in financial assistance to cancer
patients,, provided 585 room
nights free of charge to cancer
patients at the Winn Dixie Hope
Lodge in Gainesville, and as-
sisted 205 newly diagnosed
cancer patients with our pro-
grams and services within the
Tri-County' Unit (Levy,
SLafayette. Dixie, and.Gilchrisk
c,'untlci in 2003-2004.
The American Cancer Society
is the nationwide community
based, voluntary health organi-
zation dedicated to eliminating
cancer as a major health prob-
lem by preventing cancer, sav-
ing lives and diminishing suf-
fering from cancer through
research, education, advocacy.
and service. For more informa-
tion about the American Cancer
Society or to get involved in the
2006 Chiefland Relay For Life,
please call your local office at
888-295-6787, ext. 119. Addi-
tional information may be gath-
ered by calling
800-ACS-2345 or visiting our
website at www.cancer.org.
Sincerely,
Mel Toran
Community Representative
Tri-County Unit
American Cancer Society
2119 S.W. 16h Street
Gainesville, FL 32608


Animals Are Given For Food
(Kent Heaton)


Our society has been successful in creating a
humanistic world of animal lovers to the point that
animals are now considered "human." Commer-
cials herald animal food to help sustain an emo-
tional balance for your pet. Counseling is availa-
ble to understand the "deep feelings" that your
dog or cat may have towards you. Animals are
treated better under the law than unborn humans -
you can be jailed for killing a stray dog but abor-
tion is legal! Under the humanistic mandate of
man, eating meat is murder and animals are pro-
tected with the full strength of laws that fail to
protect the innocent children murdered by man
every year.
I am thankful that science and technology have
advanced to help with the myriad of diseases and
health issues that animals suffer. It is clear in the
teaching of God that cruelty to animals is wrong
(Psalm 8). While I enjoy different kinds of pets
and seek to give them a quality of life they de-
serve, one point remains constant in the under-
standing of man and animal animals are not eter-
nal creatures and do not share in the same
emotional, physical and biological framework that
man has with God.
God created the animals as recorded in Genesis
1:20-25. Humanists do not believe in God or the
record of creation and propagate the doctrine that
animals are like man. The Bible teaches that man
was created in the image of God "Let us make
man in our image, after our likeness" (Genesis
1:26). Man was given dominion over all the ani-
mals (Genesis 1:27; Psalm 8; James 3:7). This has
not changed since creation and will never change.
Following the Flood, God told Noah "Every
moving thing that lives shall be food for you ...
Whoever sheds the blood of man, by man shall


his blood be shed; for God made man in his own
image" (Genesis 9:3,6). God told Noah that he
could eat meat (requiring the shedding of blood by
the animal). Shedding the blood of man was con-
sidered murder by God because man was made in
the image of God (James 3:9). The Bible never
suggests that man should abandon the eating of
meat. Animals are a wonderful creation of God and
a covenant exists between God and the animals
(Genesis 9:9,10). A difference exists between man
and animal as found in the flesh. "For not all flesh
is alike, but there is one kind for men, another for
animals, another for birds, and another for fish"
(1 Corinthians 15:39). Deeper than the flesh is the
inward man possessed by man and not by arimals
(2 Corinthians 4:16-18). Can an animal "delight in
the law of God, after the inward man" (Romans
7:22)?
Jesus came to save men from sin (Luke 19:10).
Sin is a transgression of the law of God (1 John
3:4). Can an animal sin? An animal does not pos-
sess the capability of the mind of "righteousness"
to seek those things pleasing to God. A parrot can
be taught to pray but that does not suggest he is
praying. A monkey can ride a bicycle but where is
the monkey that built the bicycle? Animals do not
possess the eternal spirit as man does (Ecclesiastes
12:7). Jesus died for man not animals. Animals
are nothing more than animals and when they die,
they return to dust. The eating of meat is that which
"God has created to be received with thanksgiving
of them which believe and know the truth. For
every creature of God is good, and nothing to be
refused, if it be received with thanksgiving: for it
is sanctified by the word of God and prayer" (1
Timothy 4:3-5).


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cause of death affecting more
than 70 million men and women
in the United States, according
to the AHA. So it's important
to follow a balanced diet and
exercise regularly to keep our
hearts and bodies in shape but
can a heart-healthy diet taste
good and include foods we
love?
The American Heart Asso-
ciation says yes. You can easily
be good to your heart and enjoy
lean beef as part of a heart-
healthy diet. Making heart-
healthy meals with lean beef can
be simple. Some tips for your
kitchen include:
When you're selecting
a lean beef cut, look for the
words "round" or "loin" in
the name, such as sirloin or
round tip
Trim visible fat away
from beef before cooking
Look for lean ground
beef which is labeled as 91
percent lean or leaner. This
ground beef can have as few
as 5 grams of total fat per 3-
ounce serving
Rinse ground beef with
water to reduce fat
Use low-fat cooking
methods, such as grilling,
broiling, roasting, pan-
broiling, stir-frying (using a
minimal amount of oil) and
braising. Less tender cuts of
lean beef should be marinated
in a tenderizing marinade,
such as Italian dressing or
salsa, before cooking.
Cook with fresh ingre-
dients that add flavor without
extra fat, like lemon juice, hot
and sweet peppers, onion,
garlic, tomatoes and ginger.
"This cook booklet is an ex-
cellent way to remind consum-
ers, health .professionals and
media that lean beef can play an
important role in a heart-healthy
diet," said Golden.
Readers can get a copy (while
supplies last) by mailing a
check in the amount of $1, made
payable to National Cattlemen's
Beef Association along with
their mailing address to NCBA,
Department AHA, P.O. Box
670, Bloomingdale, IL 60108.

Love is its own reward; hate
is its own punishment. The sur-
est way to get rid of an enemy is
to make that person your friend.

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THURSDAY. MAY 19. 2005


GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


Section A, Page Three


Shown from left are Alice Gilbert. Lois Scott. Lori Cantfitfcrman, Sharon Bard. Annie
Talley, Suan Brya nt, Malrgie Grant, iand Donna Ha/es, of the imetbers/hip
committee.


Gilchrist County'
Woman's Club News
Another year comes to a
close. It has been a good year
with ne%\ members joining and
prosperous fund-raisers. I want
to thank all of our members for
a great year of fun and friend-


ship. Everyone worked hard.
The Membership Committee.
headed by Faye Sheffield, was
in charge of the May meeting.
They put on a wonderful buffet.
. Lois Scott conducted the instal-
lation of the new officers, pass-
ing the gavel to Sharon Bard as'
the new President. Our board
for the next year is a good com-
bination of established and new
members. We will be working
on increasing our.membership.
If anyone would like to join our
\woman's club please feel free to
contact ano of our members this
summer and come to our Sep-,
tember Sth meeting. I hope e\e-
ryone has a \wonderful summer.
See you in the fall.
It is finally on tts wa% The
book. Gilcirisl Counry'. It
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printed and will be arri% ing this
.: eek..If you have purchased a
copy you ik ill be able to pick it
up at Susan Bryant's office inn
the courthouse. There will be a
list that you %%ill need to sign
that says you picked up your'
prepaid copy. If you didn't pre-.
pay there will be some for sale.
Thanks. for Wour patience. I am
sure that \ou will be pleased
with the outcome. Thanks to
everyone who made this possi-
ble.
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President


American Legion
In Need
American Legion Post 91, a'
non-profit veterans' organiza-
tion. is in dire need of additional
storage space at their post home.
Anyone that would d like to do-
naie a shed, storage building, or
supply materials, please contact
:Cecil Robinson at 3S6-935-'
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For God and country,
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North Gilchrist Fire
Department To Have
Pancake Breakfast.
May 21
The North Gilchrist Fire De-,
partment will hibld its monthly-.
pancake breakfast on Saturda, .
May 21'" from 8:00 a.m. until
10:00 a.m.' For a donation we
offer pancakes. plain, pecan,
chocolate chip, and blueberry as
well as eggs, sausage, juice and
coffee.
Also on the 21"s we will hold
our monthly dinner from 5:00
p.m. until 7:00 p.m. Our menu
this month will be chicken and
rice, green beans, salad, bread,
drinks and dessert. The price is
$5.00 for adults and $3.00 for
children.
We are also planning a fall
festival fotr/October 1st. If you
would like to lend a hand with
the games, food, raffles or any
of the planning, %\e would wel-
come your assistance.' This will
be a fund-raiser for the fire sta-,
rion.
; Hope to see you there.
Ann Mangone
SSecretary

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at the Journal office.


The Second Annual
VFW Scholarship
Golf Tournament To
Be Held May 21
The Veterans of Foreign
Wars Post 5625 will sponsor
their Second Scholarship Golf
Tournament on May 21"' at
Chiefland Golf and Country
Club. A three-man scramble
with cash prizes as well as gifts.
The entry fee is $45 which
includes green fees, cart, and
dinner. There will be a 12:00
,p.m. shotgun start. Hole spon-
sorships are $25 and friends
$10.
The Post will award a schol-
arship this graduation season to
a senior at Chiefland High
School, Trenton High School,
Bell High School. Dixie County
High School, Cedar Key High
School, Bronson High School,
and the adult education center
from the proceeds of last year's
tournament,, All proceeds.from
this tournament will provide
scholarships to a graduate of
each of these schools ne\t .ear.
For entr\ forms, adiertise-
ments or donations \ou ma\ call
the Post at (352) 493-1159 or
mail to.P.O. Box 409 Chiefland.
FL 32644.
The public is welcome.
Please help your Idcal veterans
to help your.local students.
Wayne Carrignan.
Commander

Assembly Of Fine
Artists To leet
May 26
On lMa 26"', the Assembll of
Fine Artists will ha\e a meeting
and pot luck lunch at 74 S.E.
S70 Street (off south end of
55A i. Old To\w n at 12:00 noon.
The main topics to be dis-
cussed are our next, exhibit and
sale location, and future plans
for senior center and library
hopefully to be located in the
heaviest populated area of Old
Town.
Visit us at our \\ebsite at art-
feast.Org
With regards,
Barbara Moore

A Card Of Thanks
A few short weeks ago our
. franily came extrepmely close to
,. losing,,someone .%ery precious to
us, our mother, Joanne Jordan.
Through your prayers, cards,
.prayers. flowers, prayers, phone
calls, piaNters. \isits. and prayers
she was able to recover and
come home. Many families
have faced the same reality we
faced that day, the reality that
nothing is certain and that we
should cherish every minute
God allow s us. As a family we
faced the' possible, tragedy of
losing he& and only through the
many, many prayers from our
extended family, our commu-
nity, was she able to return to
us.,
A very special thank you goes
to' paramedics Kenny Luzader
'and Will Yearty' for their re-
sponse to our call, combined
experience, training and quick
thinking. We will forever be
indebted to these two men for
-making the right decisions and
administering :the medical
treatment that she needed that
day \nhile awaiting the arrival of
ShandsCair. Thank you Kenny


and Will for everything.
Our mother is doing much
better now. We thank you over
and over again for -your
thoughts and prayers. We are
very blessed to live in this
community with so many caring
friends and neighbors. We ask
that you continue to.pray for her
health and continued recovery.
Please also remember your
loved ones and the many other
people in our community that
are ill.
With sincere thanks,
Raymond, Joanne, and
Nancy-Kaye Jordan;
Peggy Sue and Wendell
Hilliard;
Rayanne and Sam Ferguson;
Pudge and Connie Jordan;
Karla June and Craig
Waldron;
and all the grandchildren

May Day
Extravaganza To Be
Held May 21
Come join the fun at the May
Day Extravaganza presented by
the Chiefland Men's Club.
There will be music provided by
Wille, face painting, train rides,
horseshoes, \olle\ ball. and bas-
ketball. The event \ iII be held
at Buie Park on Saturda\. NMa\
21" from 8:00 a.m. until.4:30
p.m. Prizes will also be given.
First prize is a color printer;
second prize' is $5i,: and third
prize is $25. All proceeds '\ ll
be used for annual scholarships.


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THURSDAY, MAY 19, 2005


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Sunday School .............. 9:45 am
Morning Worship ..........11 am
Evening Worship ................ 6 pm
Wednesday Evening Services:
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Church Phone: 386-935-3575
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S5509 S.W. County Road 232, Bell. Florida
(Between Bell & Trenton 2.5 miles West of SR 129)

I + Sunday School............................ 10:00 AM .
Morning Worship...................... 1:00 AM
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4 DEDICATION!
S PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH
1s
Having a Dedication
of their New Church Building
Sunday, May 22, 2005

Worship Service 10:30 a.m.
Guest speaker Reverend Rick Lawrence

Dedication Service 1:00 p.m.
Guest speaker Dr. Jerry Nash

The Regents, a Christian singing group,
will provide the special music
in both services.
Come see what the Lord has done!

We are located 4 miles south of Trenton, FL on CR-339.
From Trenton redlight, go south on Hwy-129 until you get to CR-339,
bear left at the Sheriffs office and continue south until you see
the church on the left.
V ^ S W I IS S 'i S ^ I^


young Cusick
To Wed
Angel Young, the daughter of
Keith Young and Jackie Sim-
mons Young, and Wayne
Cusick, Jr., the son of Wayne
Cusick, will be married on Sat-
urday, June 11, 2005. The
wedding will be held at 2:00
p.m. at Branford Tabernacle,
402 Suwannee Avenue,
Branford.


Social &
Personal
Happy Birthday wishes Willie
Mae Brown, Jonathan Schubert,
Dustin Carlisle, and Allison
Phillips on May 20th; to Amee.
Eastman on May 21st; to Ronnie
Carlisle, Retha Rogers, Shellie
Leggett. Alice.Murnahan, Vicki
Cannon, and Wyatt Downing on
May, 22nd,; to Morisse Amelia
Hickey, Julie Witherspoon, Rita
Edwards, and Jamie Tucker on
May 23Td; to Meveree Carlisle-
Pope, K' lee Diaz, and Scotty
Tucker on May 24th; and to Mi-
chelle Watson, Nathan Smith,
Don Dasher, and John York on
May 25t".
Happy Anni\ersary wishes to
Reggie and Laura Spears on
May 20 h..


Marriage
Applications Filed In
Gilchrist County
Shaun E. Corbin .of
Gainesville, Florida and Tracey,
SC. Wester of Trenton. Florida.
Joshua E\an Cobb of
'Gainesville, Florida and Melissa
Dawn Beach of Trenton. Flor-
ida.
William' Stanley Raynor of
Bell, Florida and Candy Merie
Lee of Trenton, Florida.
Don Joseph Wolfe of Mount
Dora, Florida and Rachel Lynn
Atkinson of Wildwood. Florida.


Marriages Filed In::
Gilchrist County
Lancer Lee Cannon and Jen-,
nifer Lee Sheehan \%ere married
on May 7, 2005 by Dr. Michael
O'Carroll.
Stenhen. Robert.,0 Long and
Ashlyk Brooke Larcis \\ere a-
red on Ma) 9, 2005 by Cynthia
A. Chadwick.
Jaroslaw Marcin Wojda and
Holly Leigh Ann Morgan were
married on May 10, 2005' by
Cynthia A. Chadwick.


Union Baptist
Church To Have
Gospel Sing May 21
There is going to be a Gospel
sing on Saturday. Nlay 21' at
6:00 p.m. at Union Baptist
Church., The Bluegrass Pi'oph-
.ets from Lake Butler will be the
group featured for this sing.
Come and expect a blessing,
Refreshments will follow the
concert.
Union Baptist Church is lo-
cated four miles west of New-
berr.


Christian Fellowship
Community Church
To Have Benefit For
Compassionate
Ministries May 27-28
Christian Fellow ship Com-
munity Church is having a thrift
and bake sale on May 27th and
28th from 8:00 a.m.,until 4:00
p.m. All proceeds from this sale
will benefit Compassionate
Ministries.
SDonations of sellable items
are appreciated.' Call 463-6914
or 463-6671 for more informa-
tion. The church is located on
Highway 129, north of the traf-
fic light in Trenton.


I Bethel Baptist
Church To Have
Gospel Sing'May 29
You are invited to join Bethel
Baptist Church for an evening
of worship at a Gospel concert
with Emma Lou NesSmith at
the Piano and 4 For Christ. The
evening of worship will be held
Sunday, May 29th at 7:00 p.nm.at
Bethel Baptist Church, 7070
SW CR 334A (SR 26-to CR
334A, then 1 1/4 miles north on
334A) just west of Trenton.


If I had a single flower for
every time I think about you, I
could walk forever in my gar-
den.
-Attributed to
Claudia Ghandi


Pine Grove Baptist
Church To Hold
Dedication May 22
Pine Grove Baptist Church is
having a Church Dedication on
Sunday, May 22, 2005. Wor-
ship service begins at 10:30
a.m. with guest speaker Rick
Lawrence. The Dedication
Service begins at 1:00 p.m. with
guest speaker Jerry Nash. The
Regents, .a Christian singing
group, will provide the special
music in both services.
You and your family and
friends are cordially invited to
this special Sunday as Pine
Grove dedicates their new
building to God's work and
service. A full day is planned
with the guest speakers and spe-
cial Christian music. This is a
great opportunity to see the
awesome work the Lord has
done in expanding the facilities
of this special place. The out-
side has been fully landscaped
and the new auditorium will
seat over 600. The fellowship'
hall will seat 400 at tables, as
well as hosting a new big
kitchen. There are plenty of new
classrooms for every age and a
bright net\ nursery for toddlers
and bed babies.
Pine Grove Baptist Church is
located four miles south of
Trenton on County Road 339
IBronson Road). From Trenton,
go south on Main Street (U.S.
Highw\\a 129) and bear'left at
the Sheriff's Office. Continue
south until you see the church
on the left.






Beck, Cason, Hodge
And Purvis Family
'Reunion To Be Held
May 21
On Saturday, May 21" at the
Trenton Community Center. the
Beck. Cason. Hodge and Purvis
family and friends reunion will
be held. Come early and \isit.
Bring a basket lunch and en-
joy. Paper goods and ice will be
furnished. For more informa-


Baby Geler
Peter Gelber and Dr. Elisa-
beth Reid of Bell would like to
announce the birth of Jennifer
Margaret "Maggie". Gelber.
She was born December 14,
2004 at North Florida Regional
Medical Center and weighed 7
pounds, 15 ounces.
Maggie joins her older sib-
lings, Richard and Julie Gelber.
Grandparents include Ruth
and the late Tony Gelber of
Bronx, New York, Dorothy and
Steve Carscadden of Leasburg,
North Carolina and Marion and
Annie Reid of Charleston,
South Carolina.

Martin Family
Reunion To Be Held
June 11
The Martin family reunion,
will be held Saturday, June 11th
at. Hart Springs. Come and
bring a covered dish. For more
information call 463-1260.

Shadrack Sapp
Family Reunion To
Be Held July 2
Cousins and kin and a lots, of
friends, call and in ire all your
,family to attend the 20th annual
Shadrack Sapp family reunion
on Saturday. July 2, 2005 from
10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
The 2005 reunion \\ill be held
at Hart Springs County Park in.
the large "A" pavilion. Hart
Springs Park is about ten miles
'sest of Trenton in Gilchrist
County. Bring a covered dish
dinner, your old photos, family
records, addresses, albums.
scrapbooks and your camera.
Again this lear \%e \ill ha\e
an auction to help %\ith the ex-
penses. So bring something that
you think others might want or
can't do without (smile). Come'
early for a business meeting at
10:00 a.m. If you are unable to
attend, please email or mail me
address updates .for you and
your' family members as we
have many addresses that are
returned' and/or are'no longer
valid. Call Mitch at 352-332-
2065 for additional information.


tion call J t. ana uorotny Beck A Card Of Thanks
at 463-23 1, Watch 2n A Card o Thanks
at 46-23 ^ ^ f the Gilchrist
and ballooron Hig ', .ia -f the Gilhrs
south out of Trenton. County* American Cancer -Soci-
ety's Relay for Life team, I
would like to say thanks to each
Dan Jenkins Family participant on the.team for their
efforts in the success experi-
To Have Reunion ended by the team. It was a
June 4 combined effort from a lot of'
The :Jenkins family will have folks in our community.
a reunion on Saturday, June 4th Appreciation is also ex-
at the Hart Springs Pavilion. pressed to each business and in-
All relatives and friends are in- dividual: who: donated ,to the
vited to attend and enjoy the American Cancer Society on
nicninc linch to.he nsread at 1:00 our behalf.


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Section A, Page Five


Shown are Duke and Elnor Asbell with their eight-foot
collard plant which was planted in November of 2000.


New Date For
SHINE Set
Beginning this month, the
date for the SHINE representa-
tive at the Gilchrist County Li-
brary will be the fourth Tuesday
each month from 10:00 a.m. to
11:30 a.m. Help is available for
low-income seniors in securing
their prescription drugs, at little
or no cost. Additional help is
available on- understanding
Medicare, securing Medicare
supplements, and for those sin-
gle with monthly incomes under
$1,048 the program is still in ef-
fect through December to secure


a Medicare Approved Discount
Card and get a $450 discount on
their medications. The monthly
figure for a couple is $1,406.
The program with MEDCO is
still looking for those 60 of age
or over who have annual in-
comes less than $19,836 (sin-
gle) and $26,356 for couples
that are not on Medicaid. This
program will proud de up to $300
or three months worth of ge-
neric medications by mail ab-
solutely free. Applications for
both programs can be made at
the site this month on May 24th
at the Trenton LibrarN or at the
new site at Tri-Counti Nursing
Home in the library on.June 2"n
from 9:00 a.m. until 10:30 a.m.
Tri-County Nursing Home is lo-
cated on SR 26 near Fanning
Springs.
For those homebound, help is
available by calling the Mid
Florida Agency on Aging at
800-262-2243 or 800-96-
ELDER (800-963-5337) week-
days from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30

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LCCC Practical
Nurses Higher Than
National Level
The Lake City Community
College (LCCC) Nursing de-
partment is pleased to announce
the Practical Nursing Class of


December 2004 ranks in the top
ten percent on their licensure
examination with a 100 percent
class pass rate. This is higher
than the state level which is
85.5 percent and even higher
than the national level of 88.7
percent.
The entire LCCC practical
nursing faculty are extremely
proud of the pass rate! The last
time this high score was
achieved was in 1995. This
exam is a national exam and
upon passing, the state of Flor-
ida board of nursing then ren-
ders its permission to the stu-
dent to practice as' a licensed
practical nurse.
For more information on the
.practical nursing program con-
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North Florida
Livestock Market
Report
Receipts at the North Florida
Livestock Market in Ellisville
Wednesday, May 11, 2005 this
week: 377; last week: 434; last
year: 624.
Trends: Slaughter cows and
bulls firm. Feeder steers and
heifers steady. Feeder and re-
placement cows steady. Feeder
steers and heifers under 600 lbs


65 percent, (36 percent steers,
29 percent heifers), slaughter
cows and bulls 32 percent, re-
placement cows 3 percent.
Slaughter Cows Boner 80-85-
percent: 785-885 (803) 52.50-
55.00 (53.94); 930-1080 (1012)
56.00-61.00 (58.35); 1132-1210
(1163) 58.50-62.50 (60.21);
1345-1455 (1397) 60.00-64.00
(62.51); 1315-1710 (1498)
58.00-64.00 (61.40), Holsteins.
Slaughter Bulls Y.G. 1:
1375-1420 (1405) 65.00-71.00
(66.96); 1680-1865 (1754)
76.00-78.50 (77.41).
Feeder Steers and Bulls Me-
dium and'Large 1-2: 270-295
(285) 165.00-170.00 (168.96);
310-330 (319) 150.00-165.00
(154.79); 355-390 (374) 134.00-
148.00 (141.34); 410-440 (422)
138.00-147.50 (144.67).
Feeder Steers and Bulls'Me-
dium and Large: 2-3: 260-290
(270) 150.00-155.00 (151.79);
305-315 (309) 132.00-140.00
(136.74); 355-370 (361) 129.00-
138.00 (134.31) 405-430 (415);
124.00-131.00 (128.10); 480-
495 (485) 115.00-120.00
(118.30).
Feeder Heifers Medium and
Large 1-2: 260-285 (272)
144.00-149.00 (146.39);' 315-
345 (321) 129.00-140.00
(137.64); 355-365 (360) 124.00-
130.00 (126.96); 420-445 (432)
124.00-136.00 (129.83); 460-
490 (475) 115.00-120.00


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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
Elections were held Saturday at the post and the new.officers were
elected. Commander Shelby McKinne \ lce Commuander -
Marcia Parker, 2nd Vice Commander Carl Cornm.ell. Finance.
Officer Wilbur Bush, Historian Manr,n \Villihams. Chaplain Carl
Cornwell, Sgt-at-Arms Ted Henley, Executive Committeemen -
Cecil Robinson, Vernon Layfield and J:M. 'Murph' Everett. The
incoming commander appointed Major Stroupe as Service Officer,
Dean Williams as Adjutant and Wayne Gravely as Judge Advocate.
In attendance were the new Unit Auxiliary President Anne McKinney
and Chaplain Midge Everett. .
It was nice to see some familiar faces at the meeting, Bill Clifton,
Wilbur Bush, C.D..Moore, County Commissioner Kenrick Thomas.
Mayor Pete Randolph of Trenton gave a state of the city address to
the members. We hope to. see more and more faces at our functions
in the future.'
Memorial Day, Monday, May 30th, the "Post 91 Family" will have
a float in the parade. The parade starts at 10 AM and ends at the
Trenton County Courthouse. A program is planned and a dedication
of an "All Veterans Memorial" will follow the parade. After the
program at noon the flag will be raised to full staff and a chicken and
pork meal will be served atthe community center. The LifeSouth
Bloodmobile will be parked behind the building department. Please
plan on donating. 'It doesn't take long and you will receive a T-shirt
for 'Giving the gift of Life'. We welcome all members to ride in the
parade with us, along with the Auxiliary and the Sons of the
American Legion (SAL)
, Installation of our new officers will be at 10 AM on Saturday, June
11th. District Commander Phil Hearlson will install the legionnaires
and Department President Costello will install the Auxiliary. The
SAL commander will be installed by Nation Vice Commander, James
Roberts. We have invited some special guests to our installation and
so far we have commitments from Florida Congressmen Will
Kendrick, Larry Cretul and Ed Jennings. Also in attendance will be
Sheriff David Turner, Tax Collector Marilyn Bruce, County
Commissioner, Langford and Thomas, Superintendent Buddy
Vickers, Ass't Superintendent Dr. Surrency, Judge Ed Philman,
Mayor Pete Randolph. From the American Legion will be Past
Department Commander Omer Smith, John Rose, Florida Children
and Youth chairman and northern area commander of the SAL and
17th District Commander Lindsey Morris.
It appears that it will be an outstanding day for the Legion Family.
Breakfast will be served at 8 AM with light refreshments after the
ceremony. All legionnaires are encouraged to attend and support our
family. Please bring family and friends for this joyous celebration.
We are still holding out for a very special guest, but have no.
commitment yet.
Remember our Armed Forces all over the world every day in your
thoughts arid prayers. Remember that Memorial Day is not just a
another holiday, but to give 'Thanks' to those who gave all for OUR
country.
For God and Country,
Wayne Gravely,
Jamerson-Sheffield Post 91
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* THURSDAY, MAY 19, 2005


What a nice looking group of married couples at Fort McHenry. John and Edith
Deen, Henry and Eleanor Roberts, Clay and Bobbie Bowlen, Frank and Mary Kate
Colson, Wilbur and Betty Bush, Frank and Clara Nell Quincey, Bob and Shirley
White, T.J. and Gene Layfield, Myrtle and Billy Roberts, Mae and Pat Patterson,
Nina Sue and Jimmie Shepherd, Jean and Warren Godsmark, Shirley and Ken Bush,
Marie and Joe Elder, and Patsy and Raymond Avery.


The Pennsylvania Dutch/Amish travelers.


Rose's Classic Tours
Enjoy A Wonderful
Tour Of The
Pennsylvania Dutch
And Amish Country
On May 2d, 56 excited trav-
elers met at Bell High School
for an early start on our six-day
Pennsylvania tour. The fol-
lowing folks made up our super
group: Patsy and Raymond
Avery, Bobby and Clay
Bowlen, Nola Buckhalter, Betty
and Wilbur Bush, Ken and
Shirley Bush, Elizabeth Carter,
Barbara Coleman, Frank and
Mary Kate Colson, Edith and
John Deen, Joe and Marie Elder,
Jean and Warren Godsmark,
Sally Hamilton, Ladybug
Hammond, Carol Hill, Helen
Hughes, Madge Jordan, Juanita
Langston, Gene and T.J. Lay-


field, Theresa Lee, Mary Jo taurant. We were ready for that
Mansfield, iYvonne Martin, cup of coffee, grits and choles-
Kathleen McElroy, Florence terol-free bacon, well maybe not
Miller, Debbie Moore, Pat and cholesterol-free, but who cares
Mae Patterson, Faye Pfeiffer, when you are on vacation! Lots
Karen Philman, Clara Nell and of bus activities kept us busy in
Frank Quincey, Marsha Rankin, between our meal and comfort
Billy and Myrtle Roberts, Elea- breaks. Rocky Mount, North
nor and Henry Roberts, Glorine Carolina was our destination for
Sanders, Jimmie and Nina Sue the first day. Our dinner was at
Shepherd, L.J. Smith, Betty the K & W Cafeteria and Com-
Streit, Esther Sullivan, Bob and fort Inn provided our lodging
Shirley White, Cheryl Watson, for the night.
Elizabeth Watson, Wihlena Tuesday, Day Two
Wilson, Rose Williamson, es- We jump-started our day with
cort, and Tom Mothershed, a continental breakfast at the
driver. Inn. After prayer by Warren
Monday, Day One Godsmark, we set our site for
With luggage packed below Baltimore Inner Harbor for
and everyone aboard our motor- lunch. Baltimore is famous for
coach, Pat Patterson offered up their crab cakes and was rec-
prayer for the beginning of a ommended by our Escort
safe and enjoyable tour. Our Rose...but don't ask Mae Pat-
first stop was for breakfast in terson if she would like a sec-
Jacksonville at Shoney's Res- ond helping.


Early evening found us at the
Visitor's Center for the Penn-
sylvania Dutch. 'Of course, the
most popular spot was the gift
shop. Oh yes, we unloaded the
racks of the attractions, restau-
rants, lodging and special events
pamphlets. Dinner tonight was
at The Family Cupboard, lo-
cated right in the middle of
Amish farmland. Joe Elder
asked the blessing for our meal
and boy did we pig out on all
that good food! Howard John-
son was our home for the next
three nights very convenient
to all the attractions.
Wednesday, Day Three
This morning began our first
full day in Lancaster. T.J. Lay-
field prayed for our safety and
God's blessings for the day.
Our local step-on-guide met us
at our Inn and we started out on
a three-hour tour of the sur-
rounding towns and Amish
farmland. We stopped at the
Bird-In-Hand Bake and Gift
Shop. This is where Debbie
Moore purchased six dozen
sticky buns for the folks back
home. Our second stop was at a
little Amish road stand. We
tried our taste buds on their
homemade root beer. Some of
us liked it,'and somqesaid,it
lasted loc' much like medicine!
We ended up at the Intercourse
Canning Company where you
can take the Amish country
home in a jar. They were bot-
tling up gallon jugs. of BBQ
sauce. What a place...we left
that place with a lot less money
in our pockets.
Now it is time for lunch and
shopping at the Rockvale
Square Outlet. Not enough time
to cover the whole outlet but a
super place for lunch with a lit-
tle shopping. mid-afternoon
found us at the home of our 15t
President James Buchanan,
Pennsylvania's only president.
The mansion was very modern
for the era, which was just be-
fore the Civil War. This is
where Billy Roberts collected
his cutting of a tree with pretty
white bell flowers. Of course,
the limb was hanging over the
sidewalk and needed to be
trimmed anyway.
To end our busy day,' we had
reserved seats at the Dutch Ap-
ple Dinner Theater to see the
timeless classic, Beauty and the


Beast. It was an excellent play
and a great meal. What a way
to end our day.
Thursday, Day Foir
Another fun-filled day was
planned for our group. Wilbur
Bush started our day with
prayer and off we headed for the
Landis Valley Museum. This is
the largest museum of early
Pennsylvania German life in the
country. After seeing an intro-
ductory video, we set out on a
wagon tour of the working farm
with over 60 historic buildings.
We were served a sticky bun
with apple cider and snitz (dried
apples) in the town's hotel
which served as the post office,
a stagecoach station, and a
lounge. Many of us purchased a
sniffing jar, an aromatherapy for
sinus. Don't know what kind of
herbs it contains, but it
WORKS!
Lunch found us at the Kitchen
Kettle Village. This was a great
place for dining and shopping.
The Quilt Shop was a favorite
for some of our ladies. The
Kitchen Kettle also proved to be
a popular place with all their
free samples.
The Ephrata Cloister was our
next stop of the day. Founded
in 1732, it was one of Amer-
iica'sejri'eM' religious commu-
nities housed in unique medie-
val-like buildings. They
focused on a lifestyle that em-
phasized spiritual rather than
material goods. They only ate
one meal a day!
The Railroad Museum of
Pennsylvania was our last stop
of the day. We got a nostalgic
glimpse of railroading's glori-
ous past. Their "Whistle Stop
Shop" was just the place to shop
for all our grandchildren back
home.
To end our day we did what
we like to do best, EAT!
Miller's Smorgasbord has been
serving up delicious food and
providing gracious dining for
over 50 years. They offered all
the Lancaster County favorites
and most of us topped off our
meal with a piece of their,
chocolate pecan pie, fresh from
their own bakery.
Friday, Day Five
Time to leave Lancaster.
Frank Quincey offered up
prayer for our benefit today.
God surely had been good to us


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thus far. Upon arriving at Fort
McHenry, a park ranger gave us
a brief orientation and then
showed us a 15-minute movie
about the fort's history. During
the War of 1812 when the cap-
ture of Baltimore was a major
British objective, Fort
McHenry's resistance to a 25-
hour bombardment saved the
city from occupation and in-
spired the writing of our Na-
tional Anthem by Francis Scott
Key.
Rocky Mount, North Carolina
was our last night out. Our din-
ner was at the Golden Corral
and the Comfort Inn provided
our lodging.
Saturday, Day Six
Today it was all the way back
home. John Deen started our
day off with prayer and thanked
God for being so wonderful to
each of us. We arrived back in
Bell ahead-of schedule.
Special thanks goes to Mary
Jo Mansfield for directing our
sing-a-long; Gene Layfield for
her John 3:16 story; Yvonne
Martin and Glorine Sanders for
handling our refreshments; the
men who took care of our lug-
gage on Saturday morning; and
Ladybug Hammonds for her
song entitled, "Enjoy Yourself."
We also thank Warren Gods-
mark for his song,. Entitled,
"Rise and Shine and Fill Up
Your Tummy;" which so appro-
priately fit our group. Rose and
Tom thanked everyone for their
appreciation gift and -for allow-
ing them to take this group to
the Pennsylvania Dutch/Amish
Country. What a great bunch of
people to work with! As usual,
Ronnie Ragans, owner of the
Fantasy Motorcoaches provided
our transportation. We can al-
ways count on him for excellent
service.
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Godsmark. On the back row are Cheryl Watson, Josephine Miller, Helen Hughes,
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Thank You
The City Of Fanning Springs Wishes To Thank Everyone Who Made The 2005 Easter Egg Hunt Such A Big Success. We Especially Appreciate The
Hard Work Of Jack Lucas, Barbara Locke, Paul Chase, Sheila Watson And Roxie Bowling. Over 3,600 Eggs Were Distributed To Over 400 Participants.
Drawings For Bikes, Toys, And Easter Baskets Were A Highlight Of The Day. We Would Like To Thank The Dixie, Gilchrist And Levy County School
Readiness Coalition And Its Many Members Who Provided Information To Parents And Children. It Was A Fun-Filled Morning With Everyone Going
Home With Smiles On Their Faces. We Look Forward To Next Year.
We Especially Want To Express Our Sincere Appreciation To All Individuals And Local Businesses That Supported The Easter Egg Hunt With Their Donation.

Anderson Columbia Carol McQueen
Amber Ridgeway Perkins State Bank
Badcocks Of Chiefland R & L Mobile Home Supply
Banks Recycling School Readiness Coalition
Bell & Westberry Scoggins Chevrolet
Boy Scout Troop 375 Silver Oaks "Red Hat" Ladies
Central Florida Electric Suwannee Valley Vet
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John & Anne Crehore Tri-County Insurance
Cross City Marine Tri-County Transmission
Don Martin Insurance Wal Mart-Chiefland
Driftwood Realty White Ford
Fanning Springs Auto Robert Wilks
Fanning Springs Fire Dept. Woodham Garage
Fanning Springs Chamber Koodham Garage
Fanning Springs Chamber Thank You To All Who Donated Money, Time And Effort!
Fanning Springs State Park From
Hudson Foods-Stoney Smith The City Of Fanning Springs
Levy County Sheriff's Office Mayor And City Council


51st Annual Chiefland
Watermelon Festival
To Be Held June 4
This year marks.the 51" An-
nual Chiefland Watermelon
Festival and you won't want to
miss the festivities! This year's
Watermelon Festival will be
held on Saturday, June 4th, be-
ginning at 9:00 a.m. with the
opening of Chiefland City Park
and entertainment by the
Gordon Brothers Band. For
participants, the Watermelon
Weigh-In begins at 6:30 a.m.
and ends at 10:30 a.m. Be sure
to visit our arts and crafts
booths then try the food booths.
The much-anticipated parade
also begins at 10:00 a.m. In the
City Park, the Queen Contest-
ants are introduced at 10:00 a.m.
The deadline for entering your
watermelons into the Water-
melon Contest is at 10:00 a.m.
Presentation of the awards for
the largest melons will be made
at,11:00 a.m. At 11:30, there,
will be a Watermelon Auction
conducted by Chad "Cracker"
Johnson.
At 11:00 a.m. the national and
state watermelon queens will be
introduced. At 12:00 noon there
will be a luncheon and inter-
views of the queen contestants
at the Chiefland Woman's Club.
More activities are scheduled
at the Tommy Usher Center, in-
cluding the Little King and
Queen Contest at 3:00 p.m.,
more entertainment at 6:30 p.m.,
and the Queen Contest begins at
7:00 p.m. The drawing for the
beautiful quilt done by the Log
Cabin Quilters will be held after
the Queen Contest.
The Watermelon Festival
Committee thanks the local
growers for their donation of the
delicious watermelon served at
the park, and would like to ex-
tend their warmest invitation to
you to attend this special event.

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The Florida Education Asso-
ciation would like to congratu-
late Aaron Brown. He is in
Mrs. Langford's second grade
class at Trenton Elementary
School. He participated in the
"Read to Scoot" challenge and
was a winner among thousands
of students statewide. As the
official winner, Aaron received
a Saturn Razor Scooter and
helmet, along with a pizza party
for his classmates.' Way to go
Aaron!

Bell FFA Alumni To
Meet May 19
The Bell FFA Alumni will
hold its May meeting on Thurs-
day, May 19, 2005. The meet-
ing will begin at 7:00 p.m. at the
Bell Ag Building.
A covered dish dinner will be
served. Drinks and paper prod-
ucts will be provided by the.
alumni.
All parents, grandparents,
past FFA members, and any
adults interested in supporting
the Bell Ag Program are invited
to attend.
Linda Brown
Reporter


Annual "Black-N-
White Ball" To Be
Held June 18
The annual "Black-White
Ball" will be held on' Saturday,
June 18th at the Trefton
Woman's Club. The dress is
semi-formal and the colors are
black and white.
The tickets are on sale now:.
Admission is $20.00 per person.
Proceeds are used.to award a
deserving minority'student who
\%ill graduate from Trenton
High School with a $400 schol-
arship. The recipient of last
year's scholarship was James
Robert "Robbie'! Rome II who
now attends Lake City Commu'-
nity College. We do gladly ac-
cept donations.
Please feel free to contact any
of the committee members for
more information.
Sincerely,
Committee Members.
Katrinj McGee,
Tangela Rome. Angie Walton,
Louise Bell, Beradett Bro0\ n,
SMary Davis, Lessie Jackson and
Charlotte Kearney

Voice Of Democracy
Scholarship To Be
Awarded
Attention! Students who plan
to compete for the "Voice of
Democracy" scholarship are en-
couraged to get an early start
over the summer. The theme
for 2005 is "How I Demonstrate
My Patriotism."
Tapes are due October, 2005
and for more information you
may contact your school coun-
selor or your local VFW Post
#5625, Chiefland at 352-493-
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Character First!
Theme Of The
Month Is
"WISDOM"
By Geneva Cornwell
Seneca in 60 A.D. said, "I
fancy many men would have ar-
rived at wisdom, if they had not
fancied they had already ar-
rived."
WISDOM: making practical
application of truth in daily de-
cisions. WISDOM is more than
making a good decision here or
there. It is consistently doing
the right thing day after day.
WISDOM is the ability to apply
truth in all of life's decisions.
To make wise decisions, people
should understand four points.
First, every decision is impor-
tant. Second, every decision has
a consequence. Third, every
decision has a cost. Fourth,
every decision has a lesson.
The opposite of WISDOM is
foolishness. WISDOM is mak-
ing the best time of knowledge,
experience, and understanding;
learning how to use good judg-
ment. WISDOM is derived from
the Anglo-Saxon root word, wis,
meaning, "wise; understanding
truth; knowing," and the'suffix
dom, meaning "judgment."
WISDOM is not mere intelli-
gence. It combines an under-
standing of truth with the good
judgment to apple .it. In other
words, WISDOM is not just in-
formation it is application. It
turns knowing right into doing
right.
"We must act with
WISDOM," said President
Theodore Roosevelt, "or else
our. adherence'to right will be
mere sound without substance."
WISDOM keeps good char-
acter in balance. If incomplete
,or out of balance, good charac-
ter quickly becomes bad char-
acter. Forexample, determina-
tion is good but not if it is
insensitive to others. Deference
is good, but not if it compro-
mises what is right. Persuasive-
ness is good, but not if its pur-
pose is deception.
WISDOM applies all the
character qualities, not just
some of them. It is both firm
and kind, thorough and effi-
cient, honest and sensitive, bold
and discreet. By blending
qualities that complement each
other. \ISD(NI keep -chjrjc-
term in perfect balance


Promises that each of us can
make to ourselves is that "I will
value the instruction of my par-
ents and teachers; I will learn
from correction; I will choose
my friends carefully; I will re-
member that there are conse-
quences to my actions and I will
ask, "What is the right thing to
do?"
Frank Outlaw wrote, "Watch
your thoughts; they become
words. Watch your words; they
become actions. Watch your
actions; they become habits.
Watch your habits; they become
character. Watch your charac-
ter; it becomes your destiny."
So as we all continue to learn
what character is all about, we
here in Gilchrist County can
rightfully proclaim that this is a
County of Character because'
it's a County that Cares.

Are You Interested
In Hosting A High
School Exchange
Student?
Pacific Intercultural Ex-
change (P.I.E.) is looking for
loving families to host high
school students from many dif-
ferent countries. Students will
begin arriving in August to
spend six to ten months living
with families, in our community
while attending the local high
school.
There is no such thing as a
typical host family! Single-
parent f miles, retired couples,
families with young children, as
well as those with teenagers or
who are empty-nesters have all
had successful hosting experi-
ences.
Each student is screened and
prepared for the exchange by
experienced international staff
representatives. Participants are
chosen based on their academic
achievements, extracurricular
activities, adaptability and re-
sponsibility. All students have
completed several years of.
English instruction prior to their
acceptance into the P.I.E. pro-
gram.
The students have their own
personal spending money to
cover such expenses as clothing,
school supplies and entertain-
ment. They have their own
medical insurance. They can
share a room. Host families are
asked to provide meals and a
lo' ing home en, ironment.


Every host family is assigned a
local program representative to
assist them during the exchange
experience. While no compen-
sation is paid directly by P.I.E.
to volunteer families, the IRS
has authorized families who
host for government-designated,
non-profit educational exchange
programs such as P.I.E. to
claim $50.00 per month charita-
ble contribution deduction.
P.I.E. is also looking for vol-
unteers who would enjoy
working with these international
students as Representatives. As
an Area Representative, you can
earn extra money while having
fun. You will be able to learn
firsthand about another culture
without leaving the United
States and establish friendships
that will last a lifetime.


It is only through the kindness
and generosity of families in
communities like ours that these
young ambassadors will be able
to fulfill their dreams! Please
open up your heart and home to
one of these teens by having
them become a member of your
family!
Bring the world to your door-
step. Call Regional Coordinator
Patricia Littrell at 877-534-3144
or P.I.E. International Head-
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GREETINGS
Once again I'm featuring a
cute angel picture from last
year's calendar. Hope you en-
joy it!
The test of good manners is to
put up with the bad ones...
REMINDER
The Waccasassa Lake Prop-
erty Owners Association Board
of Directors annual meeting is
Saturday, May 21st starting at
9:30 a.m. at the SE Gilchrist
County fire station.
Beauty is but skin deep...it's
the beauty of the soul that
outshines the fairest skin...
FANTASTIC FACTS
Why is a lollypopp"' so
called?
In the northern part of Eng-
land the word "lolly" means
"tongue." A lump of candy that
you "pop" in and out of your
'mouth onto your tongue is quite
aptly called a lollypopp."
Wisdom is knowing when to
speak your mind and when to
mind your speech...
BIRTHDAYS
Happy BirthdaN to Kirk Allen
Martin (20) of Fort White on
May 20th; to Anthony Scott
Cbnnaster (22) of Bell on May
21"t; to Teresa Smith (32) of
Waccasassa Lake on May
23r...."May all of you have a
great da. celebrating!"
Thanks can be returned but
never borrowed...
RIB TICKLERS
SEverybody's a comedian. I


called my local home improve-
ment store for a simple piece of
advice.
"I know the sheet rock is
nailed to the studs," I said to the
guy who answered the phone,
"but how do I find the studs?"
"How about putting an ad in
the personals column," he sug-
gested."
All his life Dad never won
anything. Finally, at 88, he got
the prize for being the oldest
man attending a local dinner.
He opened the award envelop to
find a $50 U.S. savings bond,
which wbuld reach maturity in
18 years.
Paul, my former boss, has a
lot of kids nine to be exact.
Flying to a business meeting, he
was chatting with his seatmate
about family and was surprised
to hear the man say, "I wish I
had nine kids."
"You don't really know what
you're wishing for," Paul cau-
tioned.
"Yes, I do," came the reply.
"I have 13."
A sign by the elevators in the
building where I volunteer reads
"In case of fire, use stairs."
It dawned on me that I didn't
know where the stairs were lo-
cated.' If I didn't, neither would
visitors.
"We should post directions to
the staircase near the sign," I
suggested to the security chief.
"We'd rather people not use
the stairs," he said: "For safety
reasons."
What do you call a gorilla
wearing earmuffs."
A: Anything you want. He
can't hear you.
Thanks can be returned but
never borrowed...
THE COOK'S CORNER
Quickest Rarebit
Serves 6
Blend in saucepan
.1 (10 1/2 ounce) can con-
densed cream of chicken soup
1 cup milk
Bring to boil. Stir in 1 1/2
cup diced sharp cheese or 1 jar
instant melting cheese sauce.
Stir over low heat until cheese
is melted. Add, whisk in,
-1/2 tsp, prepared,mustard 4
1/2 'tip. 'WVorcestershire
sauce.
It's easier to follow example
than advice...
HOUSEHOLD HINT
If you drill several holes in
the end of your paint paddle it
will make stirring easier.
Nothing lasts forever...even
the mightiest river runs out to
sea...
QUIET REFLECTIONS
The Cornerstone
Love should be the cornerstone


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Lancaster CI Teams
Fair Well In Fishing
Tournament
The Florida Department of
Corrections 2nd Annual Secre-
tary's Fishing Tournament,
hosted by Martin Correctional
Institute, was held on April 23rd
at Lake Okeechobee with 29
teams competing for trophies
and cash prizes.
Lancaster CI entered four

To build a home upon;
A love so strong it overflows
To patio and lawn.
Each wall should echo laughter
Up and down each hall,
And memories as sweet as wine
Should linger wall to wall.
Faith should be the foundation
Whereon the structure stands
Against the sudden storms of
life
From near and distant lands.
The mortar should be mixed
with hope
To last a thousand years,
And prayer the insulation
Against life's doubts and fears.
A home should be a d% selling
place
Where God is warmly known...
Love should be the cornerstone
We build our home upon.
Clay Harrison
Reprinted \\ ith permission from
Salesian Missions,
New Rbchelle, New York
10801
I'll leave you with this
THOUGHT FOR TODAY:
There are only two ways to
live your life. One is as
though nothing is a miracle.
The other is as if eer)ything


Albert Einstein


Lake City
Community College
Criminal Justice
Training
Center Law
Enforcement Division
Offers Training,
Lake City Community Col-
lege (LCCC) is pleased .to' an-
nounce it will be offering a Ba-
sic Law Enforcement Program
in the Curriculum Maintenance
"'Sstem iCMISi format, sched-
'ulie'd t'"begin on June' 6 '2005
and conclude December 2005 at
a cost of $1,960.13. This prd-
gram will be conducted at the
Criminal Justice Training Cen-
ter at LCCC's Olustee campus.
Class hours will be 8:00 a.m.
through 5:00 p.m. Monday
through Friday (and possibly
some weekends).
All applicants must meet the
minimum requirements of the
Florida Basic Abilities Test for
Law Enforcement, which can be
taken any Tuesday morning at
9:00 a.m. at the Olustee campus.
Applicants must attend the
mandatory Pre-
registration/Orientation meeting
May 31, 2005 at 8:00 a.m. at the
Olustee Campus during which
time you will have a criminal
history fingerprint check per-
formed.
All interested applicants
should call'the Law Enforce-
ment'Division at (386). 754-
4391 or (386) 754-4303 for
more information.


Pictured above are Sergeant Sammy Smith and Officer
Russell Hinote, who placed first in the tournament with
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teams in the competition with
three teams placing in the top
ten. Sergeant Sammy Smith
and Officer Russell Hinote
placed first in the tournament
with a total fish weight of 13.15
pounds. They received a tro-
ph\. cash prize and Lancaster
CI haj the privilege of hosting
the tournament next year. Offi-


cer Will Allen and his wi'e
Melissa placed fourth with 'a
total fish weight of 11.q4
pounds. Melissa also won the
big fish trophy for her bas
weighing 5.13 pounds. Tra;ls
Lamb and Buddy Roberts
placed ninth with a total fish
weight of 9.05 pounds.


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Sundra Dunnam of the women's
prayer group at McCrabb Bap-
tist Church. A lovely birthday
cake was shared along with sev-
eral other homemade cakes.
They presented each of the
birthday residents with a lovely
gift. Each of them was so
pleased to be fussed over on
their special day.
One of our local Gilchrist
County bands entertained our
residents for this special occa-
sion. The members of the band
are Vincient Osori, Screech
Malone, Amos Philman, and
Don Martin. What a wonderful
time everyone had.
A couple of our residents and
volunteers even danced to the
music. Great fellowship and
fun was had by all. Thank you
to all who make our parties a
great success. Your support is
very much appreciated.

Ombudsman Council
Seeking Volunteers,
The Long-Term Care Om-
budsman Council is a group of
concerned citizens whose goal
is to improve the quality of life
for people who live in long-term
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homes, assisted living facilities,
adult family care homes, and
long-term.care units in hospi-
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plaints made by, or on behalf of,
long term care facility residents.,
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counties, Alachua, Bradford,
Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist,
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fair treatment and quality care
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county geographic areas. If you
would like additional informa-
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of the Florida Trail Association
will hold its next .monthly
meeting on Thursday, May 19th
at 7:00 p.m. at the Doyle Con-
nor Building, 1911 SW 34th
Street, Gainesville. The public
is \welcome to attend and find
out abbut our organization and
our activities. A short business
meeting will be followed by a.
talk and slide presentation about
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freshments will be served.
The Florida Crackers Chapter
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Krystal Gill


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Candi Grindle


Brett Helms


Brandon Hamilton Isaac Hancock


Justin Irvin Rocky Jones


Stephanie Hart


Kandra Koehler Luke Leggett


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Robin Royster David Sanders


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present personalities of the.
month an opportunity to connect
with each other while becoming
more acquainted. Special verbal
acknowledgements and certifi-
cates of recognition were given
to the personalities for their.
contribution in assisting the'
council in its continuing work
of promoting moral character
throughout the county. It was a
delight to have 12 of the'total
number of 25 personalities pre-
sent. Mr. Bill Brideson, person- i
ality for March 2004, was the
door prize winner of the book.-
Achieving True Succ eis, which
is part of the council's infamous
book. of character distribution
campaign.
Council President Dr. Jim r
Surrency headed the agenda for;;
the late afternoon affair held at.
the Trenton Community Center
on Thursday, April 28 After.
the invocation given by Trenton
'Mayor Pete Randolph, a deli-.
cious meal was shared by all-
those present. Ms. Tami Bell
displayed her talents for the oc-
casion with the beautifully
decorated and wonderfullyy
tasteful cake she made as a des-
sert for the occasion.
At the close of the program,
Carl and Geneva Cornwell, co--
ordinators of the Character;
First! Initiative, presented, as a
"Thank You," individually
framed certificates of apprecia-
tion to Mrs. Lois Fletcher, Mrs.,
Janet Langford, Mayor Pete.
Randolph, Dr. Jim SurrencN,
and Sheriff David Turner for
their three-year commitment to
the initiative and for thei'rassis-
tance in exhibiting upright char-
acter in their vocations as we all
prove that A county of Charac-
ter is a County that Cares.

From The Desk Of
Gilchrist County
Sheriff David P.
Turner
Weekly SherifTs Report
For Week Ending
May 16, 2005
On May 10. 2005. Juan P. Co-
rona. D.O.B. 6/24/79. \%as ar-


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of traffic crash, -unauthorized
possession ID card/two counts.
On May 10, 2005, Larry M.
Johnson, D.O.B. 6/3/58. was ar-
rested on 'an Alachua County
warrant \w ith the charge of viola-'
tion of community control.
On May 11, 2005, Matthew A
Herncane, D.O.B.-5/30/79. was
arrested on the charge of viola-
tion of probation/resisting arrest
without violence.
On May 12. 2005, Ernest. B.
Wigglesworth. D.O.B., 7/31/71,
was arrested on the charge of
child abuse.
On May 12. 2005. Peter L.
Christopher. D.O.B. 5/13/80. \as
arrested on the charge of ,tola-
tion of probation/driving while
license suspended or reoked.
On Ma\ 12, 2005. Tro) W.
Lindley, D.O.B. 8/21/52. was ar-
rested on the charge of failure to
appear/dri ing under the influ-
ence.
On May 12, 2005, Terry L.
Weiland. D.O.B. 12/S/58, was ar-
rested on charges of driving un-
der'.the influence and driving
while license suspended 'or re-
vooked. :
On Ma\ 13. 2005. William B.
Selman. D.O.B. 7/20/51. \ as ar-
rested on charges of driving
while license suspended'or re-
voked and expired tag longer
than six months.
On May 13. 2005. GarN T.
Floed, D.O.B. 7/13/65. was ar-
.rested on charges of driving
\while license suspended or re-
voked. possession of drug para-
phernalia and possession of less
than 20 grams and violation of
probation.
On May 13, 2005, Andy Fer-
nandez, D.O.B. 5/7/84, was ar-
rested on the charge of posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia.
On Ma) 13, 2005, Robert A.
Lo\eday. D.O.B. 10/3/84, \\as
arrested on the charge of posses-
sion of less than 20 grams.
On lMa 14. 2005, Joseph A.
Southerland. D.O.B. 7/7/65, \as
arrested on the charges of dri% ing
under the influence, possession
of cocaine, possession of drug
paraphernalia and possession of
less than 20 grams.
On May 14, 2005. Larry D.
Teckenbrock, D.O.B. 6/17/86,


tested on charges of driving un- I Las arrested on charges of.pos-
er the influence. leading scene session of drug paraphernalia.
Possession of less than 20 grams.
On Ma., 14. 2005, Michael A
Hummel, D.O.B. 1/11/53. was
as.;,,.. arrestad.".4he, charge of dri\ ing
~i~.,^ l^ \\hil'"lil'efins"e suspended or re-
v yoked
SOn Ma3 14, 2005. William R.
.7. _Benstrom. D.O.B 10/)5/53. \"as
arrested on charges of driving
i.- under the influence and driving
while license suspended or re-
voked and armed robbery/out of
SCalifomrnia
On May 14. 2005, Kelsea A.
Warren. D.O.B. 6/30/82. was ar-
rested on the charge of disorderly
intoxication.
On May 14. 2005. Nathan R.
Renk.. D.O.B. 2/14/183. %%as ar-
rested on the charge of Criminal


Mischief.
On May'15, 2005. Mark E.
Hanna. D.O.B. 9/8/74. \was ar-
rested on the charge of bat-
ters/domestic violence.
S On Ma) 15. 2005. Johnnie E.
Lawson, D.O.B. 4/25/76, was ar-
rested on the charge of bat-
tenr/domestic violence.
On May 16, 2005, Rebecca A.
Rossan,'D.O.B. 2/12//82.' w\as ar-
rested on the charge of grand
theft. :'
On MaY 16, 2005. Steven C.
Rossan, D.O B. 10/20/73, \%as ar-
rested on the charge of grhnd
theft.

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Monthly Birthday
Party Held At Ayers
Rehab
Thanks to the Women of the
Moose 494 for hosting May's
Birthday Bash for our residents.
A gorgeous red rose cake was
.presented to our birthday celeb-
rities, along with lovely flower
arrangements. They were all
thrilled with their gift.
Several other cakes were
served along with punchto all-
the guests at the party. Music
was, provided by Vincent Osori,
Screech Malone, Amos Philman
and Don Martin. They are all
local gentlemen who have
teamed up for us. Thank you
for your wonderful entertain-
ment. We always enjoy having
you here: Thank you again to
the Women 'of the Moose 494
for all.you do for our residents.

Gilchrist County
Journal Deadlines
The deadline to submit
editorial or advertising copy is
Monday at 5:00 p.m. to be
included in the next Thursday's
edition of the newspaper. You
may bring your article to the,
Journal office, Email the article
gilchristjoumal@bellsouth.net,
,or fax to (352) 463-7393.
Thank you fo:r 'our continued
cooperation and support of the
Journal. .


Shown from left are Shirley Garry, Helen Taylor, Betty
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Mr. William Cyril
Cannon Sr.
Mr. William Cyril Cannon Sr.
of Bell died Saturday, May 14,
2005 at Shands at AGH in
Gainesville. He was 76.
Mr. Cannon was born in Bell
and was a lifetime resident of
Gilchrist County. He was a re-
tired salesman and executive of
Conwood Corp for 30 years.
Mr. Cannon served in the
United States Army and he was
a member of Mt. Nebo Baptist
Church. He was a Mason and a
member of Morocco Temple of
Jacksonville as well as a Shriner
and member of Suwannee River
Shrine Club and the Branford
Shrine Club.
He is survived by his wife,
Sandra Beckham Cannon of
Bell; three daughters, Sarah Jo
Goodman of Memphis, Tennes-
see, Mel Vause of Columbia,
South Carolina and Phyllis
Anne Minix of Lakeland, Ten-
nessee; three sons, William C.
Cannon Jr. of Montevallo, Ala-
bama, Ed Cannon and Wesley
Cannon, both of Memphis,
Tennessee; three step-daughters,
Tanna Domizoizas of Tampa,
Lisa McGibbon of Lacrosse and
Sandy King of Lake City; one
brother, Hillman Cannon of


Bell; six grandchildren; and five
great-grandchildren.
A funeral service was held
Tuesday, May 17, 2005 at Mt.
Nebo Baptist Church with Rev.
Jimmy Corbin conducting the
service. A Masonic Graveside
Rites burial followed at Town-
send Cemetery
Arrangements were under the
care of WATSON FUNERAL
HOME, Trenton.


Mr. Joseph Aubrey
Deen
Mr. Joseph Aubrey Deen of
Lake City died Saturday, May
7, 2005 at Shands at Lake Shore
Hospital following a brief ill-
ness. He was 67.
Mr. Deen was born and raised
in Trenton and was a 1956
graduate of Trenton High
School. He had been a resident
of the Lake City area for most
of his adult life. Mr. Deen be-
gan his career with the Florida
Department of Corrections at
Lancaster Correctional Institu-
tion in 1971 and went on to be-
come a warden with the Florida
Department of Corrections. He
had been the warden of Wakulla
Correctional Institution and
Hamilton Correctional Institu-


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Mrs. Annette Holt
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Mrs. Annette Holt Hoyt of
Newberry died unexpectedly on
Saturday, May 14, 2005 at Lake
Butler Hospital. She was 67.
Mrs. Hoyt was born in New-
berry and was a lifelong resi-
dent of the area. She was a
graduate of Newberry High
School and the church secretary
at First Baptist Church of New-
ig service, berry for 29 years where she
ailable. was also a choir member. She
was also a member of the Lake
Butler.Singles Association. She
loved to shop and also worked.
0Ar for er ^Bankof.Newberr_ :r14
LBACK years prior to working at he-
church.
She was preceded in death by
her husband Billy Hoyt.
Mrs. Hoyt is survived by a
me daughter, Tami Hoyt of Tren-
ton; sons, Terry Hoyt of Tren-
vice ton and Scott Hoyt of Ormond
Beach; a daughter-in-law, Sta-
Setting cey Hoyt; a sister and brother-
h Auger in-law, Jan and Jerry Chalmers
Sof Madeira Beach; and three
grandchildren, Ryan Hoyt,
Kimber Hoyt, and Sara Bell.
A funeral service was held
S Wednesday, May 18, 2005 at
First Baptist Church of New-
berry with Dr. Michael
O'Carroll conducting the serv-
ice. Interment followed at
S. Newberry Cemetery.
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tion where he retired in 2000.
Mr. Deen also worked for the
Florida Division of Forestry for
several years prior to starting
his career in corrections. Mr.
Deen was a talented musician,
coached Little League Baseball
in Fort White for many years,
loved to fish and hunt, served in
the Florida National Guard, and
was a member of First Baptist
Church in White Springs.
He is was preceded in death
by his father Joseph Lawton
Deen and a brother Frank Gray
Deen.
Mr. Deen is survived by his
wife Shirley Hudson Deen of
Lake City; his mother, Ollie
Mae Thomas Hardee of Tren-
ton; five children, Angela Deen
Parrish of High Springs,
Suzanne Deen Sache of
Chiefland, Joseph Lawton Deen
II of Gainesville, Marty Hudson
of White Springs and Pennie
Hudson Koon of Lake City; two
sisters, Carla Deen Swails of
Cross City and Lillie Deen Bar-
ron of Trenton; eight grandchil-
dren, Jason and Josh Hudson of
White Springs, Travis, Jerry and
Kristen Koon of Lake City,
Noah Ryan and Victoria Grey
Parrish of High Springs, and Jo-
seph Luke Deen of Gainesville.
A funeral service was held
Tuesday, May 10, 2005 at
Gateway-Forest Lawn Funeral
Home Chapel with Rev. Ron
Thompson, pastor of First Bap-
tist Church in White Springs
and Rev. Bill Floyd, pastor of
First Baptist Church in Jasper
conducting the service. Inter-
ment followed at The Union
Baptist Church Cemetery in
Trenton.


Arrangements were under the
care of MILAM FUNERAL
HOME, Newberry.

Mr. Robert Austin
Kelley Sr.
Mr. Robert Austin Kelley Sr.,
of Mayo died Wednesday, May
4, 2005 in Lake City. He was
77.
Mr. Kelley was born in Baker
County and had lived in Madi-
son until 1972 when he moved
to Mayo. He served his country
proudly in the United States
Army. He was a retired minis-
ter and served in many churches
in Madison, Lafayette, Suwan-
nee, and Hamilton counties. He
also ministered to many nursing
homes and prisons and loved to
sing and praise the Lord.
Mr. Kelley is survived by his
wife, Bonnie Kelley of Mayo;
three sons, Robert A. Kelley Jr.
and Gary Kelley, both of Mayo
and Timmy Allen Kelley of
Branford; two daughters, Kathy
S. Combass of Jasper and Amy
Lynn Hancock of Mayo; three
brothers, Albert Lee Kelley of,
Valdosta, Georgia, Donald
Kelley of Orlando, and Charles
Kelley of Madison; one sister,.
Margaret Townsend of Live
Oak; 15 grandchildren; and four
great-grandchildren. ,
A funeral service was 'held
Saturday, May 7, 2005 at Air-
line Baptist Church in Mayo.
Interment followed at Airline
Cemetery in Mayo.
Arrangements were under the
care of BEGGS FUNERAL
HOME, Madison.

Mrs. Lucille Martin
Langford
Mrs. Lucille,Martin Langford
of Bell died Sunday, May 15,
2005 at Ayers Health and Reha-
bilitation Center in Trenton.
She was 85.
Mrs. Langford was born in
Bell and was a lifelong resident
of Gilchrist County. She
worked in the culinary field and
was the owner.of Langford Cafe
in Trenton for many years. She
was a member of Pleasant Hill
Baptist Church.
She was preceded in death by
her husband, Cordie Langford;
five brothers; six sisters; and her
parents G.W.. "Son" and Laura
Martin.
Mrs. Langford is sprt'i.e'd bN
se\ 'erl niec, and nephew''. ".
A funeral service was held
Wednesday, May 18, 2005 at
Pleasant Hill Baptist Church
with Pastor Wayne Tanner and
Brother Billy Philman con-
ducting the service. Interment
followed at Jennings Lake
Cemetery.
Arrangements were under the
care of WATSON FUNERAL
,HOME, Trenton.


Mrs. Nancy Mae
Morrison
Mrs. Nancy Mae Morrison of
Steinhatchee died Saturday,
May 14, 2005 at Shands at UF
as a result of an automobile ac-
cident. She was 64.
Mrs. Morrison was born in
Missouri and moved to Stein-
hatchee from Mayo three years


ago. A housekeeper for the
Landing, she was a member of
the First United Methodist
Church of Steinhatchee.
She is survived by her son,
Robert E. Morrison of
Mannford, Oklahoma; daugh-
ters Lesia Hess of Sapulpa,
Oklahoma and Nanette M. Mor-
rison of Mayo; a sister, Linda
Faye of El'Cajon, California;
five grandchildren; and four
great-grandchildren.
A memorial service will be
held Sunday, May 22, 2005 at
4:00 p.m. at the Landing Chapel
in Steinhatchee with Rev. Win-
ford Harris conducting the
service.
Arrangements are under the
care of RICK GOODING'
FUNERAL HOME, Cross
City.

Mrs. Doris Anne
Slavin
Mrs. Doris Anne Slavin of
Old Town died Friday, May 6,
2005 at her home. She was 44.
Mrs.' Slavin moved to Old
Town from St. Pete about one
year ago. She was a supervisor
for Monogram International for
22 years, making Disney prod-
ucts.
She was preceded in death by
her sister, Jean Crieghton.
Mrs. Slavin is survived by fier
father, Oscar May of Old Town;
her mother, Ethel Waller, of
Springhill; two brothers, Phillip
May and Billy May, both of St.
Pete; and two sisters, Janice
Rouse of St. Pete and Barbara
Parrish of Old Town.
Arrangements were under the
care of RICK GOODING
FUNERAL HOME, Cross
City.

Mr. Howard Marvin
Thomas Jr.
Mr. Howard Marvin Thomas
Jr. of Bell died Friday, May 13,
2005 at his home. He was 68.
Mr. Thomas was born in
Tampa and came to this area
from there two years ago. He
was a musician and was of the
Catholic faith.
He is survived by two
daughters, Deborah Owsley of
Oviedo and Amy Deas of
Chiefland; two sons, Howard
Marvin Thomas III of St. Leo
and Mark William Thomas of
Cross,. Cii ; a,,j iter,, l pe .
Harvill of Tampa; and ten
grandchildren.
Arrangements were under the
care of WATSON FUNERAL
HOME, Trenton.


The Fighter
The battle began, on a cold
October night
And from that day of his
birth, his life would be a fight
His first battle came when he
was a little boy
His mother passed away and
he missed her love and joy
He would sometimes get in
fights, when he went to school
For he was born a fighter, that
seemed to be the rule
His next struggle was the
greatest in his life
And when it all was over, he
gave his heart to Christ


He found victory in Jesus,
like he had never known
And his life became a mirror
to show others what he was
shown.
There were trials and heart-
aches, each and everyday
And God brought him
through them all, in His special
way
He dropped out of school to
help his dad...a choice of the
heart
Because the family was large
and he had to do his part
But he always made the
choices that he felt were right
For the One in whom he
trusted, knew how to win any
fight
And when duty called, he
gave his reply
To be willing to suffer, to
bleed, or die
To serve his country, so that
we could stay free
And continue to enjoy, our
sweet liberty
It was on a foreign battlefield,
that things began to change
A land-mine found its mark
and things would never be the
same
SAs he lay upon his back,
looking up, God lookeddown
And sent a rescue unit, to help
those that they found
Some doctors said he
wouldn't make it through the
night
But he proved them wrong -
because the Lord was in the
fight
They said he'd never walk
again, when he finally did come
home
That he would be paralyzed -
because both legs were gone
They even helped build a spe-
cial home, with ramps at each
door
Because he would be in a
wheelchair, they said forever
more
But the Lord wasn't finished


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yet, He had just begun
And the things the doctors
said "couldn't," soon began to
be done
The pair of wooden legs, they
made for him, should last a life-
time
And through the Lord's
strength in him, he's worn out
eight or nine
All through this-time, he was
preaching, telling of God's great
love
Showing, to all who wit-
nessed it, his strength truly
came from above
As I write this, he is still go-
ing, battling everyday
He's won several bouts with
cancer, God's helped him all the
way
In stature, the war almost cut
him in two some would say
half a man
But, in my eyes, he's ten feet
tall, a hero because of his stand
How do I know all these
things about this special man?
I'm his son, one child of
five... those doctors wouldn't
understand
For God has all the answers,
no matter what they say
And if you let Him fight for
you, nothing can stand in your
way
I'm sure when dad's fight is
over and the victory is finally
won
God will give him a robe and
a crown, and lovingly say,
,"Well done."



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GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


Section A, Page Fifteen


Legal

Notices

NOTICE OF SPECIAL
MEETING
TOWN OF BELL, FLORIDA
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that
the Bell Town Council will hold a
special meeting on THURSDAY,
June 2, 2005 at 6:00 p.m. con-
cerning impact fees at the Bell
Town Hall, located at 3240 W.
Railroad Lane Bell, Florida.
PLEASE BE ADVISED that if
a person decides to appeal any de-
cision made by the council, with
respect to any matter considered at
such meeting, he or she will need
a record of the proceedings, and
that, for such.purpose, he or she
may need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testi-
mony and evidence :upon which
the appeal is based.
Deanna Crews
Town Clerk/Manager
May 19. 2005b


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NOTICE OF MEETING
TOWN OF BELL, FLORIDA
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that
the Bell Town Council will hold
its regular meeting on
THURSDAY, June 2, 2005 at
7:00 p.m. at the Bell Town Hall,
located at. 3240 W. Railroad Lane
Bell, Florida.
PLEASE BE ADVISED that if
a person decides to appeal any de-
cision made by the council, with
respect to any matter considered at
such meeting, he or she will need
a record of the proceedings, and
that, for such purpose, he or she
may need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testi-
mony and evidence upon which
the appeal is based.
Deanna Crews
Town Clerk/Manager
May 19,2005b.


NOTICE
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Housing Initiative Partnership.
(SHIP) Program will hold a SHIP
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you have any questions, please cal
the SHIP Program office at 352
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Pub. May19, 26, 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, willconsider a Condi
tional Use Permit for the following
described real property located at
1220 Kushiner St., Bell, Florida
said hearing to be at the Bell Towi
Hall at 3240 West Railroad Lane
Bell, Florida on June 2, 2005 a
7:00 PM or as soon thereafter as the
matter can be heard.
Conditional use Permit
Legal description of the prop-
erty for Conditional use Pernut
as requested is as follow s-
Lot 85 Kushmer Addition to the
To% n of Bell, a subdivision as
per plat thereof filed in Plat
Book 1, page 19 of the public
records of Gilchrist County,
Flonda
A Condiuonal 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 Zoning.
District,
SThe proposed application may,
be inspected at the Bell Town
Hall, 3240 West Railroad Lane,
Bell, Florida. Interested persons
may appear and be heard in re-
spect to the Conditional use Per-
mit at this meeting.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that
if a person decides to appeal any
decision made by the Bell To% n
SCouncil with respect to an\ matter
considered at such meeting, they
will need a record of the proceed-
ings 'and that for such purposes,
.they :may.need to insure that a
verbatim record of the proceeding,
is made -% which record includes the
testimony I and, evidence upon
which the appeal is based.
Deanna Crews
Town Clerk
May 19, 2005b.


NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF
ORDINANCE BY THE TOWN
COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF
'BELL, FLORIDA
NOTICE IS. HEREBY GIVE
that an ordinance, which title here
inafter appears, will be considered
for enactment by the To\i n Couricl
of ihe To.%n of 'Bell. FlrinJa
lH tc-teali'g' bn 'lut '2? 200' 'a
7-00 p m., or as soon thereafter a
the matter can be heard, in the Bel
*To\wn Hall, 3240 West Railroa
Lane, Bell, Florida Copies of sai
ordinance may be inspected by an\
member of-the public at the Offici
of the Town Clerk, Bell Town Hal
located at 3240 West Railroad
Lane, Bell, Florida during regular
business hours. On the date, timc
and place first above mentioned, al
interested persons may appear ant
be heard with respect to the ordi
.nance.
ORDINANCE NO. 2005-06
AN ORDINANCE OF THE
TOWN COUNCIL OF THE
TOWN OF BELL, FLORIDA
AMENDING ORDINANCE
NO. 61-02 (FORMERLY OR-
DINANCE NO. 25) RELAT-
ING TO GARBAGE CANS,
BURNING OR BURYING
GARBAGE, 'REQUIRING
OWNERS TO KEEP LOTS
CLEAN. COSTS TO BE AS-
SESSED FOR VIOLATIONS,
LIENS, AND PROHIBITING
THE DISPOSITION OF GAR-
BAGE, TRASH, ETC. ON
STREETS, SIDEWALKS OR
VACANT LOTS, BY ADDING
A CODE ENFORCEMENT
OFFICER AS A DULY
AUTHORIZED ENFORCE-
MENT OFFICER; AND PRO-
.VIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
The public hearing may be con


Stinued to one or more future dates.
e Any interested party shall be ad-
e vised that the date, time and place
-of any continuation of the public
f hearing shall be announced during
1 the public hearing and that no fur-
ther notice concerning the matter
will be published.
All persons are advised that, if
they decide to appeal any decisions
made at the public hearing, they
will need a record of the proceed-
ings and, for such purpose, they
may need to ensure that a verbatim
S record of the proceedings is made,
S which record includes the testimony
and evidence upon which the ap-
peal is to be based.
g Pub. May 19, 2005b.


NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF
t ORDINANCE BY THE TOWN
. COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF
BELL, FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY -GIVEN
that an ordinance, which title here-
inafter appears, will be considered
for enactment bh the Town Council'
of the To% n of Bell, Florida, at
public hearing on June 2, 2005 at
7:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as
the matter can be heard, in the Bell
Town Hall, 3240 West Railroad
Lane, Bell, Florida. Copies of said
ordinance ma; be inpectied by any
member of the public at the Office
of the To% n Clerk, Bell Town Hall
located at 3240 West Railroad
Lane, Bell, Florida during regular
business hours. On the date, time
'and place first above mentioned, all
interested persons may appear and
be heard with respect to the ordi-
nance.
', ORDINANCE NO. 2005-05
AN ORDINANCE OF THE
TOWN COUNCIL OF THE
TOWN OF BELL, FLORIDA
AMENDING ORDINANCE
NO. 90-02 RELATING TO
LITTER, JUNK, .GARBAGE,
AND UNSERVICEABLE VE-
HICLES BY ADDING A
CODE ENFORCEMENT OF-
FICER AS A DULY
AUTHORIZED ENFORCE-,
MENT OFFICER. AND PRO-
'IDING AN EFFECTIVE
DA TE.
The public hearing may be con-
tinued to one or more future dates.
Any interested party shall be ad-
vised that the date. time and place
of any continuation of the public.
hearing shall he announced during
the public hearing and that no fur-
ther notice concerning the matter
S11l1 be published.
All persons are ad ised that. if
'they decide to appeal any'decisions
N made at the public hearing. they
will need a record of the proccd-
Sings and, for such purpose, they
may need to ensure that a verbatim
S recL rd Lu[the, r'2ccdin .. i. n ,.
,, h'ch tl.h' ot mciludes fte'el .iUrTIrns
s and evidence upon v.hich the ap-
I peal is to be based
d Pub May 19, 2005b
d
NOTICE OF INTENT
e To Whom It May Concern:,
1 The Lake City Community Col-
d lege intends to designate positions
r for inclusion in the Senior Man-
e agement Service Class (SMSC) of
1 the Florida Retirement System.
S This is in accord with Florida Stat-
Sute 121.055 (1) (b) 1.b.
Pub. May 19, 26, 2005b:

SCHOOL BOARD NOTICE OF
INTENT TO ADOPT NE%\
POLICY
Notice is hereby given that The
School Board of Gilchnsi Count\.
Florida intends to adopt a new pol-
ic, regarding 6.243 WORKER'S
COMPENSATION RETURN TO
WORK.
Copies of the: n'ew policy are
available for inspection and copy-
Sing by the public at the Superinten-
dent's office. 310 NW I I'" A\enue,'
Trenton, Florida. .Copies of the
policy or a cop\ of any of the rules
may be purchased at the cost of re-
production which is estimated at
25 per.page.
Specific authority for this policy
are Florida .Statutes 1001.32,,
1001.41, 1001.42, 1001.43;
1012 63. 1012.66, 1012.67,
- 1012 68, 1012.69, and440.


A public hearing will be held on
the proposed new policy at 6:30
p.m. on June 21, 2005 at a School
Board Meeting at the Gilchrist
County School Board meeting room
at 310 NW 11th Avenue, Trenton,
Florida 32693.
1 All interested persons are advised
that any person desiring to appeal
any decision made by the board as
to any matter considered at said
hearing, will need to ensure that a
verbatim record is made of the pro-
ceeding, which record must include
all of the testimony and evidence
presented.
s/s James E. Vickers,
JAMES E. VICKERS as
Superintendent and
Secretary to the Board
Pub. May 19, 26, 2005b.


RESOLUTION 2005-03
A RESOLUTION BY THE
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
OF THE CITY OF TRENTON,
FLORIDA SERVING AS THE
EQUALIZING BOARD TO
HEAR AND CONSIDER ANY
AND ALL COMPLAINTS AS
TO THE SPECIAL ASSESS-
MENTS ASSESSED FOR LO-
CAL MUNICIPAL IMPROVE-
MENTS WITHIN PINES
ESTATES SUBDIVISION PUR-
SUiANT TO CHAPTER 170,
FLORIDA .STATUTES; PRO-.
VIDING THE OPPORTUNITY
FOR ANY PERSONS INTER-
ESTED IN SAID SPECIAL AS-
SESSMENTS TO BE HEARD
AND TO CONSIDER ANY AND
ALL COMPLAINTS AS TO
THE SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS;
PROVIDING FOR ADJUST-
MENT AND EQUALIZATION
OF THE ASSESSMENTS ON A
BASIS OF JUSTICE AND
RIGHT; AND PROVIDING
FOR ADJUSTMENT AND
EQUALIZATION OF THE AS-
SESSMENTS WHERE FOUND
NECESSARY AND APPRO-
PRIATE.
Pub. May 12, 19, 2005b.

Gilchrist County
Land Transactions
Joseph W. Gilliam Clerk of
Court to Prime Land Acquisi-
tions Inc.
Suzanne S. Buono to Kathlee
J. Crider.
'REPJHB INC. to Parel Gloria
Ortega.
REPJHB INC. to Felix Glazy
Ortega.
REPJHB INC. to Geminiano
S. Ortega.
Vincent Portaro to Ralph
Palazzolo, Trustee. '
o ,KE Ventures oInc:td Anie F.
BanQtt. oii I A 07 10W() ?i.
Geraldine Cornelius to Einil
Ed%%ard Bradle)._
Teresa NMcCormick. Co-
Trustee to Cecil F. 'Higgin-
botham.
RW of Gilchrist County LTD
to Ernest C. Conner Jr.
RW of Gilchrist County LTD
to Burton E. Wester.
RW of Gilchrist County LTD
to Thorpe Mountain Ranch.
RW of Gilchrist County LTD
to Alchemy.
RW of Gilchrist County LTD
to Southbay Capital.
RW of Gilchrist County LTD
to DK Properties LLC.


RW of Gilchrist County LTD
to William L. Holland.
RW of Gilchrist County LTD
to Thorpe Mountain Ranch.
RW of Gilchrist County LTD
to Tropisol.
RW of Gilchrist County LTD
to John O. McElvey Jr.
RW of Gilchrist County LTD
to Alan S. Kehlmann.
REPJHB INC. to Shane Lam.
Jacob Clements Pleiman to
David Scott Young.
Michael L. Whitwood to
Robert G. Rankin.
Jackie R. Barron to Justin
Barron.
MB & CW Inc. to Robert
McAdam.
Khalif J. Aden to Rachel L.
Gosses.
Eileen L. Walsh to Eileen L.
Walsh.
Robert L. Phillips to Thomas
F: Hurley.
Grace Community Baptist
Church of Gilchrist County Inc.
to Gary Norris.
Dorothy Tate to Karen L.
Wehner.
MCW Development Corp to
Thomas A. McLelland.
Lloyd M. Flores to Lloyd
Peter Flores.
- Kimberly S. Nesmith to Kim-
berly.S. Nesmith, Trustee.
Paula J. Ames, n/k/a to Paula
J. Drury.
Southeastern Funding Part-
ners LLLP to Marie Chantal
Lessage.
Betty J. Hickey, Co-Trustee
to Betty J. Hickey, Trustee.
Martha M.,Barnes to Martha


M. Barnes, Trustee.
Kevin T. Curran to Raymond
L. Scott.
Carol A. Hyde to Kevin E.
Hyde.
Freddie G. Garner to LC Mi-
mack.
Paulette V. Tessier to Dapiel
Brock.
REPJHB INC. to Breakthru
Properties Inc.
Robert Calvin Stroup to Odell
L. Blank.
Mark A. Edwards to Carol
Staniewicz.

Earnest Young to June E.
Brown.
Olin Walker to Joseph C.
Spaulding.
David E. Mangrum to CLS
Group LLC.
Limited Access Properties
Inc. to BCG Group LLC.
Chris H. Williams to Gerald
T. Homa.
Suwannee River Springs Inc.
to M & PPartnership Ltd.
SHeath V. Greene to Wendy
M. Greene.
Heath V. Greene to Wendy
M. Greene.
Heath V. Greene to Heath V.
Greene.
Waccasassa Volunteer Fire'
Department Inc. to Stephen M.
Bivens.
Waccasassa Volunteer Fire
Department Inc. to Stephen M.
Bivens.
Geraldine Leota Cornelius to
Sean E. Cornelius.
Thomas E. Wilkie to Marga-
ret Acree.


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BEDS: Queen thick, orthopedic,
pillow-top mattresses and box
springs. New in plastic with
warranty. Sacrifice, $160. King
available $225. (352) 372-8588.


WHEEL TOWN
352-493-2835
Call for Directions 10 Miles
South of Chiefland off 345
'04 Chevy Cavalier, 4-door LS, auto, CD,
fact. warranty, loaded, 28K Miles.... $9,975
'03 Ford F-150 XLT 4-Door, super crew, V8, auto,
air, CD, loaded, 40K Miles.......... $17,975
'02 Ford Focus Wagon, 4-cyl.,
auto, factory air, CD, 28K miles. $8,975
'02 Pontiac Montana Ext., 4-DR van, auto,
rear air, CD, loaded, 39K Miles... $12,975
'02 Buick Century 4-door, fully loaded,
40K Miles, dean................. $8,975
'01 Nissan Frontier Crew Cab, 4-door, V6,
5-speed, CD, clean, 40K Miles... $11,975
'01 Buick LeSabre, 4-Door, Custom V-6,
Auto, Fully Loaded, 30K Miles.......$10,975
'00 Mercury Grand Marquis, 4-Door, loaded,
50K Miles, clean............. $8,975
'00 Ford F-150 XLT, extra cab, long bed,
4-Door, V8, auto, loaded, clean... 0,975
'99 Isuzu Rodeo, 4 cyl., 5-speed,
air, stereo, 60K Miles...... $6,975
'98 Olds Regendy, 4-Door, leather, fully loaded,
clean, 50K Miles.., $6,975
'96 Ford Ranger reg. cab, 4-cyl, 5-speed,
stereo, 1 owner, clean... $2,975
'94 Mercury Grand Marquis, factory air, '
4-Door, loaded..... $1,575
'93 Dodge Hi-Top Conversion Van, V8,
TV, rear air, power, bed....... $2,975
'92 Dodge 250 pick-up, Cummin's Diesel
auto, air, loaded................ $7,975
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CREDIT UNIONS WELCOME
Warranties Available


S For Sale

16FT. SCOTTY SPORTSMAN
TRAVEL TRAILER: 1979,
$1300 obo. Call 352-318-3205.
ltb,5-19
MUST SELL: New chocolate
brown sofa with 2 pillows, used 4
months, $300. Call 386-935-0744.
ltb,5-19
FOR SALE Cordura saddle with
girth, tie down, breast collar,
bridle pad & bare back pad, like
new. $300 Call 490-4837.
2tb,5-19-5-26
DECK BOAT FOR SALE: 1998
Sea Pro Citation 22'6" w/2003
Yamaha 4 ST. 115 HP 17 hrs.,
clean. Always Dry Storage,
$14,000 (352) 493-1416 or (352)
490-5040.
2tb,5-12-5-19
METAL DETECTORS: Local
White's dealer will be @
Chiefland Flea Market this
Saturday. Booth 29 yellow.
2tb,5-19-5-26
METAL BUILDING: 6,000 s.f.
fully-enclosed metal building,
build to suit and delivered
unconstructedd). Great for a
business or shop. Call Wes at
352-578-4205.
4tb 4-28-5-19
CAMPER FOR SALE: 1996
Pleasure-Way ultimate compact
RV. Impeccably maintained by
original owner. 66,000 miles,
$24,500. Call 352-463-6527..
tfnb,12-9
ACHING JOINTS,
BODY PAIN?
"Blessed Relief," natural herbal
pain relief, powerful
anti-inflammatory, great for any
type of pain. No side-effects.
Liniments made with essential oils
and natural ingredients. Powerful
pain relief. Free consultations.
Call Stacey at (352) 463-2482 or
log onto www.genessence.com.


RESIDENTIAL
RIVER ACCESS VACATION HOME, Enjoy 1/6 deeded
interest in this 3BR, 3BA home in an exciting new development
on the Suwannee River w/boat ramp & docks. $69,500. #234473
GREAT HORSE PROPERTY, 1996 manufactured home, 3BR,
2BA w/screened porch, deck & carport. 3 acres with 3 paddocks,
2 stalls, hay shed & 16x24 workshop. $89.900. #234324
-RIVER FRONT VACATION HOME Enjoy 116 deeded
interest in this 3BR, 3BA home in an exciting new development
on the Suwannee River w/boat ramp & docks. $97,500. #234446
RIVER OVERLOOK solid built 984 Sq. Ft. home. 2BR, 2BA,
600 Sq. Ft. workshop across from Santa Fe River in Gilchrist
Co. with river access. $150,000. #235021.
WHAT A SPREAD! Charming 2 BR cottage with wood floors
& updated kitchen, 746 sq. ft. business office. 4-stall barn,
apartment all on 5 acres. $229,900. #233054
FAMILY HOMESTEAD-Gorgeous 10 acres of fenced pasture
& woods. 2003 4BR, 3BA Palm Harbor. Luxury master, country
kitchen & lanai w/spa, carport. $244,900. #233053
ONE-OF-A-KIND BEAUTY! You can.vacation all year or just
when you need to get away from it all and enjoy the sunset over
the beautiful lake. $269,900. #236096



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UNIQUE RIVER home LOVELY DWMH oncity
on .73 acres, 2BR/3BA, lot, 3BR/2BA, very nice
large deck and dock. home, $57,000
Beautiful property! MLS#748687
$349,900 MLS#748800
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NICE SWMiton city lot, RENTAL Investment,
3BR/2BA, great rental SWMH on 2 city lots,
investment, $34,000 3BR/1BA, $30,000
MLS# 748332 MLS#748334


VERY NICE 3BR/2BA TERRIFIC home on
DWMH on city lot, income acre in city limits,
potential $55,000 3BR/2BA, $123,000
MLS#748333 MLS# 748314

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SMALL DOG FOUND in vicini-
ty of Wilmore Subd. on May 12.
Call 463-1118 or 222-8180.
ltb,5-19
PLEASE RETURN: 4 Hay Wag-
ons taken from Bill Rush, 386-
935-1886.


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5 Yard Sale

THRIFT & BAKE SALE: Chris-
tian Fellowship Community
Church, Hwy 129, north of traffic
light in Trenton, May 27-28, 8
AM to 4 PM. All proceeds benefit
Compassionate Ministries. Dona-
tions of sellable items appreciated.
Call 463-6914 or 463-6671.
3tb,5-12-5-26


SWanted To Buy j

CASH FOR HOMES, lots, or
acreage. Call Kate at 352-463-
7137.
8tb,4-21-6-9
REAL ESTATE WANTED:
Cash for your house or land, quick
closing, as is. Call 772-201-1115.
tfnb,3-24
WANTED-TRACTORS: Old,
rusty, broken, ugly, dead, alive,
abandoned. Call Sonny 352-472-
1387 or 352-256-7275, keep try-
ing, thanks.
tfnb, 1-6
RETIRED REMODELING
CONTRACTOR: Wanting to
buy homes or mobile homes with
land needing repair, 493-7841.
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SServices

WONDERING IF YOU'RE
PREGNANT? FREE pregnancy
tests and confidential counseling.
New Life Pregnancy & Resource
Center, M & Th, 11 AM to 4 PM,
located behind First Baptist
Church, Cross City, 49877776
lib.5-19:
IS YOUR CHILD
STRUGGLING IN SCHOOL?
New Hope Charter High School is
now accepting student enrollment
applications for the 2005 school
year. Please call (352) 490-6690
or stop by 108 NW 3rd Ave.,
Chiefland (next to Chiefland Dry
Cleaners) for an application.
Limited spaces available.
ltb,5-19

MOWER & CHAINSAW
PARTS: Stihl, Husqvarna, Ayp,
Murray, Sears, MTD, Briggs,
Kohler, Robin, and Honda. Blades
for most mowers.
Beauchamp Saw Shop
493-4904
tfn, 1-1-03
TREES, TREES, TREES: Lang-
ston Tree Service, Inc. 490-4456.
tfnb,2-22


D. Deen Lancaster
Licensed Real Estate Broker
510 E Wade Street
Trenton, FL 32693

Visit us online at: www.lancasterrealty.biz


GREAT STARTER home
on 1 city lot, 3BR/2BA
DWMH, $45,000
MLS#748686


BEAUTIFUL 1.70 acres
(mol), 3BR/1.5 BA home.,
12x38 FL RM, 2 car garage.
$149,900 MLS#748665








COMMERCIAL .57
acres (mol) on SR 26,
excellent location,
$99,900 MLS# 748103


NEWLY CONSTRUCTED
3BR/2BA on 2 acres, 1 car
garage, lovely porch, open
floor plan,,spacious!
$149,900 MLS#748807

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. COUNTRY CHARM
cracker style Home, in city of
Trenton, 3BR/2BA,
$155,500 MLS#748313


RARE INDUSTRIAL
site, 3.2 acres w/314 ft.
on SR 26, $250,000
MLS#748219


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: Service

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rentals, residential
commercial. No job too
Cindy McKinney at 352

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Home Skirting. License
Estimates, Jimmie Elmo
Call (352) 472-5542.
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Help Wanted ii


LEANING NURSING PROGRAMS-
nstruction, Adjunct Instructors Needed
and Summer Fall 2005: Patient Care
small. Call Assistant Program: PT Instructor
-281-9253. for clinical/lab 200 hours total be-
ltp,5-19 tween Sept. 6 and Oct. 21. Must
have FL RN license and 2 years
'ING: All recent experience in acute or long
tes. Call term care (1 position) Practical
21-3275 or Nursing Program: Clinical Instruc-
tor. Practical Nursing Program:
tfnb,2-17 Clinical Instructor one day per
week between Aug. 23 and Nov.
super Dish 29. Must have FL RN license and
51, 53 and 2 years recent experience in acute
ellite. Call or long term care. BSN and teach-
)-741-3605 ing experience preferred. (1 posi-
cations. tion) Registered Nursing Program
tfnb,2-24 Mental Health Course: Clinical
IULATED Instructor one day per week (Fri-
LAED day), between June 10 and July 1
IC. Stucco at North East Florida State Hospi-
nt Mobile tal. Must have FL RN license,
#118. Free BSN and 2 years recent experi-
)re, Owner. ence in related area. MSN and
.teaching experience preferred (3
:p,1-27-7-7 positions). Body Structure and
GEMENT: Function Course PRN 0080: In-
Sry. No fee' structor for one semester course
small. HK covering the normal human body
Call (352) structure and functions. Emphasis
on major systems. Lab time in-
tfnb, 12-9 cluded. Monday through Thursday
S8:30 10:45 AM between May 9.
G, LAWN and June 27. BS degree in related
EANING, field required. Teaching experi-
Reasonable ence preferred. (1 position). Con-
sured and tact Robbie Carson at 386-754-
k Services, 4304, or e-mail car-
vening and sonr@lakecitycc.edu for details.
Persons interested in adjunct posi-
tfnb,11-11 tions must submit a College appli-
cation and should provide photo-
7? copies of transcripts. All foreign
igh purity transcripts/degrees must be sub-
trum/triple mitted with an official translation
n removes and evaluation. Applications avail-
manganese, able on web at
odor. Kills www.lakecitycc.edu. Lake City
ed fixtures, Community College is accredited
low main- by the Commission On Colleges
11 today for of the Southern Association of
No obliga- Colleges and Schools. VP/ADA/
IRON- EA/EVERYONE College in Edu-
Company, cation & Employment
MRr. 352- 2tb,5-12-5-19


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PAIRS: For Booriich and Senco
Brand-. For comrpetiie price, and
quick. Iurn-.round call Gilchi nst
Building Supply at 352-463-2738.
Located in Bell


BUILDING CONTR
CBC017140 Custom ho
on your lot. Precision
ment, PO Box 249, 2
Hwy. 19, Old Town,
8416.


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Langston Tree Service,
4456.


DIXIE MONUMENT:
- Since 1992. Visit our
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5 pm, Mon. Sat. or ca
1-877-542-3432 for ap
to visit our shop & mai
1471 NE 512 Avenue
stones in stock, compute
ist to assist you in crea
ing tribute to the life of
one.

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New installations and
censed and insured.
#EC13002453. Call (
2155.


REAL ESTATE SECRETARY/
ASSISTANT wanted in busy of-
fice that can offer their multi-task
efforts and enthusiasm to work
within a team. Must have real,es-
tate office experience. Send. re-
sume to PQ Box 545. Chiefrland.
Florida 32644.
tfnb,3-3


tfnb, 11-6 FT/PT EXPERIENCED mainte-
nance man needed immediately.
ACTOR: Also a FT/PT experienced cook
mes built needed immediately. Apply with-
Develop- in at the Lighthouse Restaurant.
Z6761 SE tfnb,1-27
352-542-
LINE COOK NEEDED: No

tfnb,7-15 cooking experience necessary.
Must be able to read tickets and
LITTLE put plates together. Speed and de-
TTLE pendability a must, Apply in per-
hem all. son after 5 pm, Mon.-Thurs. Akins
Inc. 490- BBQ in Bell, 463-6859.


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GILCHRIST COUNTY
Old Town CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
display on seeking highly motivated individ-
ers, 9 am ual to fill Executive Director posi-
all toll free tion. Excellent communication
appointment and personal skills a must. Self
in office at motivated and ability to work in-
S100's of dependently necessary. Special
ter special- event coordination as needed. All
ting a last- interested professionals please
your loved send RESUME' ASAP. Position
available immediately. Salary ne-
tfnb,5-20 gotiable based on experience.
Professional references required.
,ECTRIC: Computer skills w/ QuickBooks a
repairs, li- plus. Applicant deadline May
State Reg. 19th. Gilchrist County Chamber
352) 463- of Commerce 220 S. Main Street,
Trenton, FL 32693. 352-463-
tfnb, 11-25 3467 or 352-463-3469 (FAX).
ltb,5-19.


Jim King Realty, Inc.
Realtor MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE
Realtor %
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, FL 32693
EQUAL HOUSING Suwannee Branch Office (352) 542-9007 REALTOR
OPPORTUNITY 23382 SE 349 Hwy., Suwannee, FL 32692
E-Mail: jkingre@svic.net or www.jimkingrealty.com


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SPRINGSIDE S/D: Very neat,
clean & well-maintained, 2 BR/2
BA home with central H/A. Recent-
ly upgraded with new carpet & vinyl
flooring & kitchen cabinets. Quiet
adult neighborhood. List of furnish-
ings in file in office. Won't last long
at this price. (LMH-748383-D)
$48,500. Call 493-2221.


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40 ACRE HORSE/CATTLE
FARM on paved highway south of
Chiefland. Fenced and cross-fenced,
pole barn and older singlewide mo-
bile home. Peaceful and quiet!
$289,000. (LMH-748691) Call 493-
2221.


CONVENIENT TO GAINES-
VILLE, just out of Bronson this
beautiful 3 BR/2 BA Skyline mobile
home is a must see property. Very
nice open floor plan, large kitchen
area. Appliances include range, refrig-
erator, dishwasher, washer and dryer.
(LMH-748543-K) $84,500. Call 493-
2221.


BRIGHT, NEWLY REMODELED
plus new appliances! This freshwater
canal 2 BR/I BA home in the town of
Suwannee is only .4 mile to the river
and then 5 min. more to Gulf. This to-
tally fenced yard is larger than most
Suwannee lots at .14 acre (MOL).
(DW-748602-JM). $350,000. Call
(352) 542-9007.


'THURSDAY, MAY 19, 2005


SHelp Wanted Help Wanted
e a e anted


NURSING PROGRAMS AD-
JUNCT INSTRUCTORS FALL
2005: Patient Care Assistant Pro-
gram Full-time instructor for clini-
cal/lab 200 hours total, 9/6-10/21/
05. Must have FL RN license and
2 years recent experience in acute
or long term care. (1 Position).
Practical Nursing Program: Clini-
cal instructor in Maternal-Infant
Care (for Valdosta GA site) Thurs-
day & Friday evenings, 3-11pm,
8/25-11/4/05. Must have GA RN
license and be FL BON eligible,
with 2 years experience in mater-
nal infant care. (1 Position). Prac-
tical Nursing Program: Clinical In-
structor one day per week, 8/23-
11/29. Must have FL RN license
and 2 years recent experience in
acute or long term care. BSN and
teaching experience preferred (1
Position). Practical Nursing Pro-
gram: Clinical Instructor three
days per week, 8/23-12/15/05.
Must have FL RN license and 2
years recent experience in acute or
long term care. BSN and teaching
experience preferred. (2 Positions)
Nursing Programs: Human Patient
Simulator (HPS). Lab faculty 20
hours/week (16 weeks). Must have
BSN, FL RN license and 2 years
recent experience in acute care.
Develop computer scenarios for
teaching nursing students clinical
skills and critical thinking. MSN
and teaching experience preferred
(1 Position). Registered Nursing
Program: Clinical faculty for 20
hours/week (16 weeks). Must have
BSN, FL RN license and 2 years
recent experience in acute care.
MSN and teaching experience pre-
ferred. (4 Positions). Contact Rob-
bie Carson at car-
sonr@lakecitycc.edu (386) 754-
4304. Lake City Community Col-
lege, 149 SE College Place, Lake
City FL 32025, LCCC is accredit-
ed by the Commission On Colleg-
es of the Southern Association of
Colleges and Schools, VP/ADA/
EA/EVERYONE College in Edu-
cation & Employment.
2tb,5-12-5-19


PLUMBERS AND PLUM-
BER'S HELPERS: With good
Florida driver's license. Ref. &
dependable trans. required. Good
benefits steady work. 352-472-
3677 M-F 8-4.
4tb,5-5-5-26


911 DISPATCHER: The Gil-
christ County Sheriffs Office
now has a full time position open-
ing for 911 Dispatcher. Pay range
starts at $18,000.00 annually. Full
benefit package, including State
Retirement, Health Insurance, etc.
Applications may be picked up
from the Gilchrist County Sher-
iffs Office, 9239 South U. S.
Highway 129, Trenton, Florida.
Contact person, Jennifer Wil-
liams, Supervisor, (352) 463-
3181, EEOC
2tb,5-12-5-19
BUSY INSURANCE OFFICE
seeks receptionist/administrative
assistant. Previous experience a
plus. FAX resume to 386-454-
4070.
3tb,5-12-5-26


FT Sales Clerk, retail experience
preferred. Apply in person or e-
mail resume to tren-
ton@bestdrugs.com.
ltb,5-19
FT Sales Clerk, retail experience
preferred. Apply in person or e-
mail resume to newber-
ry@bestdrugs.com.
ltb,5-19

ANOTHER WAY, INC is seek-
ing PT and Fill-In Advocates. 34
hours a week, $6.50 an hour. No
Benefits. Formally battered wom-
en and minority encouraged to ap-
ply. EOE. Please send resume At-
tention: Maria, PO Box 2240,
Chiefland, FL 32644.
2tb,5-12-5-19


CARPENTERS AND HELPER,
must have transportation and valid
DL. Call between 10 and 4, 352-
215-3750.
2tb,5-12-5-19
HELP WANTED: Experienced
duct mechanic & installer. Call
463-2380.
tfnb,5-12


BUSY INSURANCE OFFICE:
Seeks receptionist/administrative
assistant. Previous'experience a
plus. FAX resume to 386-454-
4070.
3tb,5-12-5-26


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Licensed Real Estate Broker 1 386-935-
P.O. Box 546 Bell, Florida 32619 JO86 3J0243

80 ACRES WITH BEAUTIFUL LARGE OAKS Property is fenced and
cross-fenced. There is a large fantastic 10-stall horse barn with a large concrete
center room compound and an apartment/office on second story with a deck.
There is a mobile home, nice pastures and beautiful woods, many choices for
home sites. This property is already being used as a horse farm. Of course it's
complete with wells, septic tanks and power. This dream place can be yours for
a bargain price of only $425,000.
10 ACRES ON THE SUWANNEE 510' of riverfront, beautiful woods; quiet,
secluded and private. Complete with in-ground septic tank, 4" well, power,
buildable and in good motor boating area one mile north of Santa Fe.
$399,000.
RIVERFRONT "Swiss Family Robinson Special" on the Suwannee River,
strong motor boating area, 2 acres w/well, septic & power. Complete w/camper
on stilts, large decks--cable suspension bridge. 200 ft. on river, lot buildable for
1,200 sq. ft. house. $154,900. (shown by appt. only)
SUWANNEE RIVER HOME Beautiful 200' of riverfront South of Branford,
1+ acres of land in Lafayette County. $177,000. Commercial/Residential.
A FEW LOTS 4 ACRE TRACTS In Suwannee County. $22,000 and up.
TWO LOTS IN HIDDEN ACRES (TOTAL 300'x300') On Wild Turkey
Road near the Suwannee River & super good boat ramp. Lots of deer and tur-
key! Only $19,500 for both.
GREAT LOCATION BETWEEN GINNIE & BLUE SPRINGS 1.34 acres
commercial/residential on 340 @ Spring Ridge. 200' of Hwy frontage. $34,000.
2.5 ACRES ON HWY-129 NORTH OF BELL Nice wooded property, good
for a home or a business location, for the price of $55,000.
5 LOTS NEAR SANTA FE RIVER AND OUT OF FLOOD PLAIN Adja-
cent to state lands, all buildable in homes only area, convenient to boat ramps
and private park. A fantastic investment opportunity! All 5 lots for only
$89,000.
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.

Visit our website at www.wolfordrealty.com


L. Frank Grant Realty
L. Frank Grant
LIC. REAL ESTATE BROKER
216-A N. Main St., Trenton, FL 32693 L12
S352-463-2817 FAX (352) 463-2479 OPPORTUNITY
Ifgrealty@bellsouth.net

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wide MH in acre tract. 6 1/2 acres has
dryer, new in- septic tank. Both in C
Ave. No pets, County. 352-221-2023.
$500 deposit, 2tb,5-
Rowe, 463-
1991 MOBILE HOME:
2tb,5-19-5-26 Doublewide 3BR/2BA,
great room, walk-in close
tral heat & AC, washer
k house in dishwasher, refrigerator &
oven. Master bath has gar
3A, $700 per & separate shower. $18,5
and security area. 386-935-3587.
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r Sale I 949-2261.


rden tub COMMERCIAL OFFICE
00. Bell SPACE AVAILABLE: Located
in Levy Office Complex at 12650
fnb 4-28 NW Hwy: 19 in Chiefland. Ap-
proximately 209 square feet, $264
E, 3/2 monthly. Includes all utilities and
lell area. sales tax. Please phone 493-4111
eslie or for more information. Two units
or 352- available. One mile north of Wal-
Mart, next to Liggett's/UPS.
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S Phone: 352-493-0098
SNew Hours:
Monday Friday 7:30 -5:00 Saturday 7:30 3:00
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.(352) 463-7302 FAX ON THE WEB:
E-mail: trokerealty@aol.com www.trokerealtyinc.com
730 E. Wade Street (SR-26) Trenton, Florida 32693
-- BUILT HOMES-SITES CURRENTLY FOR SALE --
LARGE, SPACIOUS FRAME HOME IN TRENTON: 5 BR/3 BA: Over 3,000 sq. ft. under roof for plenty of living space, with 'in-
law' suite attached. On 2 landscaped/fenced lots in nice neighborhood, hot tub in screened back porch and amenities galore...$199,900.
Just Reduced (From $124,900)-ROOMY BLOCK-BUILT HOME, IN NE TRENTON NEIGHBORHOOD: 3 BR/2 BA: CB-
construction, over 1,800 sq. ft., with attached 2-car carport, on landscaped 150x75 tract tract in quality area of town...$119,900.
Reduced (From $49,900)-STURDY CB-BUILT HOME IN GAINESVILLE: 2BR/1BA: Solidly-built home on wooded, fenced lot, con-
veniently 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 details...$44,900.
'HANDY PERSON' SPECIAL IN BELL: 2BR/1.5BA: Frame home in downtown part of Bell, needs some fix-up, but could become
good rental investment property; has new 4" well/tank-call for details... $45,000.
-- MANUFACTURED HOMES ON THE MARKET --
WELL-KEPT M/HOME ON ACREAGE IN EAST GILCHRIST: 2 BR/2 BA: Neat & clean 1992 14x66 manufactured, located on a
rolling 5-acre tract near to CR-232. Mostly-fenced property has nice mix of trees & pasture space, so perfect for those with horse/
livestock-call or e-mail for details...$74,900.
MANUFACTURED ON ONE ACRE NEAR.RIVER AT WANNEE: 2 BR/1 BA: Cozy single-wide home-site on 7 lots at Wannee
(could have space for 2nd home-site), with inside furnishings, three outbuildings, close to Suwannee boat ramp & more...$31,500.
-- ACREAGE/LOTS/WATERFRONT READY FOR HOME-SITES --
NEW LISTING-20 WOODED, SECLUDED ACRES NORTH OF BELL: Be back to nature for this 660x1320 tract, lots of natural
woods & not many neighbors; located close to Gay Road off US-129...$119,900.
NEW LISTING-TWO 2.25-ACRE TRACTS IN NORTH DIXIE COUNTY: Side-by-side 2+ acre properties, both have mature large
pines & other trees to surround for new home-sites; located near to both CR-351 & 349...$25,000 (each).
4+ ACRE TRACT NEAR TO FANNING & TRENTON: Nice neighborhood for this 4.6-acre property, mostly open tract with some
trees mixed in; near County Line Road east of Fanning Springs...$55,000.
3 WOODED ACRES NEAR TO ALACHUA CO. LINE: 3 side-by-side one-acre tracts, located at Sun'N'Fun S/D area near to SR-26 in
East Gilchrist. High ground, lots of woods on property, has potential for nice home-site for new Owner...Contract Pending..$39,900.
WANNEE-4 WOODED LOTS NEAR SUWANNEE RIVER: Four smaller lots being sold together (total size of 100x270), property
could be split for 2 potential home-sites, wooded property near to public boat area at Wannee...Contract Pending...$12,000.
--Call or e-mail our office/agents for more information on any other property currently available in the Gilchrist/North Levy/Dixie
Counties area.


Jim or.
(386)


You can call our agents after regular business hours, for more information on any of our listings,
at the number above or at these numbers:
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13 Lots in Fanning Springs -,
Near the Greenway Trail.
$11,000 each or $130,000 for all.
150 Acre Farm in Western Gil-
christ Co. Excellent farm land!
House, MH, 2 pole barns, work-
shop, fenced & cross fenced.
MLS#234117 $1,200,000.
Fox Run-2 Acre Lots-CR 319
south of Trenton- ONLY 1
LOT REMAINING! Deed Re-
stricted, New MH or Site Built.
$42,000.
3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Concrete
Block Home on 1.25 Acres near
rIentotn. Has large shop and
covered areas for boat & mower.
MLS#234020 $135,000.
Deerwood; Equestrian Subdivi-
:sin 11 to 14 Acre lots located
just west of Bell. Deed Restricted
- Homes only 1850 sq ft min,
equestrian trails, hardwoods &
meadows: Starting @ $110,000.
PENDING 10 Acres in North-
ern Gilchrist Co. Beautifully
wooded, high :& dry, near Su-
wannee & Santa Fe boat ramps
MLS#234771 $88,000.
140 Acres in Tiger Mland.
Beautiful. malrront upland. hard.
woodi, food plots. Georgia Pacif
ic on 2 sides Great hunung traci'
$420,000


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Gilchrist School
District To Host
Forum On LCCC
Satellite Campus
May 24
(Continued from Section A,
Page One)
cost approximately $800,000.
Costs of the project would be
shared among the Gilchrist
County School Board, County
Commissioners, Shared Serv-
ices Network and LCCC. The
Gilchrist County School Board
has some funds that will cover
most of the initial structure.
These funds are "Classroom
Funds" which must be used for
classroom space and must be
used by February 2006. They
are looking at having the new
facility placed by early 2006
and classes to begin as early as
fall 2006. The Gilchrist County
School Board and LCCC would
have joint use of the facility and
it would replace the portable
classrooms now being used.
Additional plans are to add on
to the facility. LCCC would
build a facility to house more
classrooms, labs, administra-
tion, and a conference area.
Then once the additional 15
acres has been acquired they.
plan to expand the facility onto
that property and have a full-
time functional campus from
Lake City Community College.
Please come out to the Com-


GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


The City of Trenton team takes a moment to smile: (back) Mark James, Ivy Upshaw,.
and Dorothy James, (front) Sarah Spivey, Amanda James, Rebekah Riley, Ashley
Baldwin, and Michael Jones. Team Captain was Pam Sanchez who was walking laps
and not pictured is Jonathan Kincaid. Their team raised just over $3,000 to help find a
cure for cancer.


munity Forum on Tuesday, May
24th at 7:00 p.m. It, will be held
at the Bell Elementary School
Cafeteria. This is your opportu-
nity to hear the plans from eve-
ryone involved and ask ques-
tions.


No Wake Zones
Lifted On Suwannee
and Santa Fe Rivers
(Continued from Section A,
Page One)
Branford is reading 21.8 and


Three Rivers is projected to be
at 19 feet at 5:00 p.m. May
17th.
"Even though the no-wake
zones have been lifted, we're
still asking boaters to be careful
and courteous. We're gearing
up for the traditional boating


THURSDAY, MAY 19, 2005


Bell JR FFA raised almost $800 for the relay for life; this was their 1t year to
participate.. Their team members: (1 to r, back) Jeremy Simmons, Tray Rux, Courtney
Akins, Kara Cannon, Mindy Cannon, Tyler Jordan, Jessica Smith, Joy Nazworth,
Debbie Jones (Captain), Christina Nobbs, Lisa Boling, Samantha Edinfield. L to r,
front: Hannah Tanner, Chelsey Meyer, Ariel Spencer


season to begin Memorial Day
weekend. Boaters need to know
that they will still be held re-
sponsible for their boat wake
and actions," Brown explained.
For more information about
the river levels, check out
www.mysuwanneeriver.com.


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Conservation
Programs Offered
By USDA
USDA Agriculture Secretary
Mike Johanns has stated, "In-
vestments in conservation con-
tribute to an increased quality of
life for all Americans through
cleaner air, soil and water and
improved wildlife habitat.
Through the Bush Administra-
tion's cooperative conservation
efforts, landowners are working
in partnership with the govern-
ment to produce tangible re-
sults, conserving natural re-
sources for this generation, our
children and our grandchildren."
USDA offers a portfolio of
conservation programs that give
Producers the technical and fi-
nancial assistance they need to
develop more effective conser-
vation plans that improve the
environment and help rural
communities. The Natural Re-
sources Conservation Service
(NRCS) and the Farm Service
Agency (FSA) are in charge of
USDA's conservation programs
for private land management
and environmental stewards.
Conservation programs oper-
ated by NRCS include:
Conservation Security Pro-
gram (CSP): Environmental en-
hancement activities offered by
applicants include improving
wildlife habitat, air quality man-
agement and on-farm energy
management.
Environmental Quality In-
centives Program (EQIP): This
program helps farmers and
ranchers improve soil, air and
water quality and related re-
sources on private working
lands, livestock concerns, helps
with limited resource producers
and beginning farmers.
Farm and Ranch Lands Pro-
tection Program (FRPP): This
program has funded conserva-
tion easements on valuable farm
and ranch land to protect it from
conversion to nonagricultural
uses. For every federal dollar
invested through FRPP, an ad-
ditional $2.28 has been contrib-
uted by participating state and
local governments, nongovern-
mental organizations and land-
owners.
Grassland Reserve Program
(GRP): This program helps pri-
vate landowners protect and re-
store grasslands, biodiversity
and wildlife habitat and reduce
soil erosion while sustaining vi-
able working ranches. GRP is
administered jointly by NRCS
and FSA.
Wetlands Reserve Program
(WRP): This program helps pri-
vate landowners restore, en-
hance, and protect wetlands to
maximize wildlife habitat and
wetland functions and values.
Wildlife Habitat Incentives.
Program (WHIP): Helps private


landowners create, restore and
enhance wildlife habitat for up-
land wildlife; wetland wildlife;
threatened, endangered or at-
risk species and.fisheries as well
as other types of wildlife.
Agricultural Management As-
sistance (AMA): Assists pro-
ducers in addressing natural re-
source cpnpperns by
incorporating conservation into
their farming operations while
managing financial risk.. Also
encourages signing contracts
with women and minority pro-
ducers.
Conservation programs oper-
ated by FSA include:
Conservation Reserve Pro-
gram (CRP): First established in
1986, CRP protects natural re-
sources and enhances the envi-
ronment by allowing eligible
farmers and ranchers to volun-
tarily establish long-term con-
servation practices on highly
erodible and environmentally
sensitive cropland.
Conservation Reserve Pro-
gram Initiatives (CRP): These
initiatives help protect wildlife,
water and land resources. One
initiative will restore 250,000
acres of non-flood plain wet-
lands and restore large wetland
complexes and playa lakes that
are located outside the 100-year.
flood plain. Another initiative
will increase the population of
northern bobwhite quail by
750,000 birds annually on
250,000 acres. The third CRP
initiative underway is to plant
500,000 acres of bottomland
timber on wetlands, which will
restore floodplains, establish
wildlife habitat and sequester
substantial amounts of green-
house gases.
Conservation Reserve En-
hancement Program (CREP):
CREP is a federal-state partner-
ship that targets additional re-
sources in defined geographic
areas for conservation practices
such as buffers and filter strips.
Detailed information and per-
formance data on NRCS
voluntary conservation pro-
grams at the national and state
levels can be found at
http://www.nrcs.usda.gov/progr
ams and on FSA programs at:
http://www.fsa.usda.gov.

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RUBBER
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207 North Main
Trenton
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