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Title: Gilchrist County journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Thetis F. Fisher
Place of Publication: Trenton Fla
Creation Date: June 2, 2005
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Trenton (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gilchrist -- Trenton
Coordinates: 29.615 x -82.817778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1933.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 3 (Feb. 1, 1934).
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Seventy-Two Graduate In

Trenton High School

Class Of 2005


By Anna Wild
On Saturday, May 28, 2005
Trenton High School said good-
bye to 73 of their students and
wished them only the best as
they entered the adult world.
Jennifer Hughes shared her
amazing singing voice as she
sang The National Anthem.
Mrs. Langford, Trenton High
Principal, addressed the seniors
with hopes that they will keep
their "smiles" through the good
times and tough times that lie
ahead. Mrs. Langford ex-
pressed her pride in this gradu-
ating class as half of them in-
tend to go on to college. Half of
this graduating class received
Bright Futures Scholarships and
the total dollar amount of schol-
arships being awarded to Tren-
ton seniors is $512,000. That is
something to be proud of!
As the Salutatorian Raymond
Hufford took the podium he
spoke of the "Funny things in


life that made our parents shake
their heads." He remembered
through his school years things
they had done in their "growing
experience." He remembered
the teachers they had and funny
times shared with each. As he
left the stage he wished to tell
the community "Thank you
Trenton for laying down the
foundation for our lives."
Samantha Bishop, this year's
Valedictorian, said she has high
hopes for her graduating class
and shared with them her hope
that they will always remember
to "Take time to stop and smell
the roses." She already under-
stands how busy "life" can be
and sometimes we miss the little
important moments in life. But
she explained that if you take a
few minutes to stop and look
around you can enjoy your life
everyday. Then she let every-
one know what the two most
important things in life are
"French fries and Mountain


Dew."
Our Superintendent of
Schools, Buddy Vickers, ad-
dressed the seniors and com-
mended them on how they had
endured all the changes they had
seen over the years from the
events of 9/11 to friends and
family members going off to
one or possibly two gulf wars.
This class has seen changes
within the school district itself
and they survived the FCAT;
He went on to educate them on
the many obstacles they will see
in the future, from higher taxes
brought on by "baby boomers"
to additional challenges within
local and big government.
"Change" is one thing that stays
the .same, throughout time
things will always change, how
you change with time is up to
you.
To the graduates of 2005 we
wish each and every one of you
only the best! Congratulations!


By Anna Wild

On Friday, May 27, 2005 Bell
High School held their 2005
Graduation Ceremony. This
year marked a record year for
Bell High and Gilchrist County
as they graduated 102 students
which is a record for both the
school and the county. As Prin-
cipal Buddy Schofield spoke to
the graduating seniors he com-
mended them for all they have
done. He also recognized that
one out of three graduates had
received Bright Futures Schol-
arships. The seniors allowed
Mr. Schofield one more duty as
he retrieved the bouncing beach
balls a few had brought to
graduation.
As Salutatorian, Sam Fowler,


spoke about being "Alive." She
had created a lively poem hon-
oring their teachers and how
much they had meant to every-
one through the years. Mary
Callahan, Valedictorian, gave a
tearful speech thanking her
family, God and teachers for all
they had done for her. She ex-
pressed the hope that all seniors
would keep God in their hearts
as they go into the world tomor-
row.

Our Superintendent of
Schools, Buddy Vickers, ad-
dressed the seniors and com-
mended them on how they had
endured all the changes they had
seen over the years, from the
events of 9/1,1 to friends and
family members going off to


one or possibly two gulf wars.
This class has seen changes
within the school district itself
and they survived the FCAT.
He went on to educate them on
the many obstacles they will see
in the future, from higher taxes
brought on by "baby boomers"
to additional challenges within
local and big government.
"Change" is one thing that stays
the same, throughout time
things will always change, how
you change with time is up to
you.

We hope only the best for the
graduating seniors as they start
their adult lives. There are
many challenges, but there are
more rewards!
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Gilchrist County Honors Sgt. Ricky Lord

And All Veterans In "Let Freedom Ring"

Memorial Day Program On Monday


By: John M. Ayers
"Let Freedom Ring" was the
theme of the Memorial Day
program held on May 30th in
Trenton. Residents and visitors
of Gilchrist County came
together under the shade of the
live oak trees on the south side
of the Gilchrist County
courthouse to honor the
veterans from this area that have
given their lives in the
preservation of freedom for all
Americans. The Gilchrist
County Historical Society also
dedicated a new monument
during the Memorial Day
program.
The new monument reads:
To all who have fallen, served
and are serving: our deepest
thanks for preserving the Godly
heritage that sustains us. God
bless America Memorial Day
2005. In Memory of Sgt. Ricky
Lord, USMC killed in action
August 18, 2004.
Dan Taylor, a member of the
Gilchrist Historical Society,
welcomed the crowd estimated
at 350. The program paid a
special tribute to a Gilchrist
County hero and native son,
Sgt. Ricky Lord was killed
August 8, 2004 while on active
duty in Iraq.
J.M. Everett, the president of
the Gilchrist Historical Society
explained that Sgt. Lord gave
his life in the Iraq Freedom
War. "He gave his life so that
you and I can live a free life,"
Mr. Everett explained. This was
Sgt. Lord's second tour of duty
in Iraq. One might ask why he
was willing to return a second
time and put his life on the line.
Sgt. Lord explained to his
family, "If we don't stop them,
there will be another 9/11."
Sgt. Lord understood the real
problem.
Mr. Everett further stated,
the United States Assistant
Secretary of State said they had
nuclear scientist that knew how
to make a bomb in Iraq. They
had enough anthrax powder to
kill ten million people. So yes,
they were going to unload on
the United States. Sgt. Lord and
many others are fighting to stop
this threat to the United States
and the world.
Sgt. Lord's parents: Ricky
Lord and Karen Latham were
each presented a plaque in
appreciation for what their son
did for his country.
"It is hard to put into words
or even imagine what Sgt. Lord
(Continued to Page Sixteen)


Family and friends of Sergeant Ricky Lord are pictured with his mother behind a
monument which was dedicated on Monday during the Memorial Day program in
Trenton. From left are John Norval, childhood friend; Ronnie Underdahl, Vince
Scoonor, and A like Jones, friends who all served with Sgt. Lord; Karen Latham, his
mother, holding a picture of Sgt. Lord; Jeremy Gamble, of the U.S. Air Force and
childhood friend; Stewart Vaughn, friend, and Beau Lord, Sgt. Lord's cousin. Photo
by Anna Wild, Freeze Frame Photography.


These Gilchrist County residents served their country in World War II and are
pictured in front of the World War II Monument. Photo by Anna Wild, Freeze Frame
Photography.


Jim Troke of Trenton is shown standing between the grave markers of Sergeant Robert
J. Niland and 2nd Lieutenant Preston T. Niland at a cemetery in Normandy. On June
9, 1941 Mrs. Niland received a "missing in action" telegram stating that her son
Eddy had been shot down over Burma on May 16th. Then ten days later she received
two telegrams within a half an hour of each other saying that her son Robert had been
killed oh D-Day and that another son, Preston, had been killed the day after. Her
youngest son, Fritz, 101t Airborne, was fighting near Carentan during this time. The
Divisional Chaplain, Father Simpson, wanted him to demobilize and return to New
York to be with his mother but according to Fritz's daughter, he finished his tour of
duty in Normandy until relieved on July 8th. Both Fritz and his brother Eddy had
survived the war. These event inspired .the fictional narrative for the movie Saving
Private Ryan.


Sarah Bishop

What

America

Means

To Me
By Sarah Bishop
Across the classroom sits the


valedictorian, diligently work-
ing to accomplish great things
in both academics and life.
Across the county stands a local
farmer, sweating in the heat as
he prays for a better crop than
last. Across the nation preaches
a young youth pastor, desper-
ately trying to make tomorrow a
better place for the young.
Across the world fights an


American soldier, trying to give
the gift of freedom to a dying
civilization.
As the sun slowly rises from
the horizon, I am refreshed to
think of the clean slate before
me. Each day means a new
chapter in my life and each
chapter brings forth new op-
portunities for success and hap-
piness. I am blessed to live in


such a country where men and
women are treated equally,
where success isn't defined by
age or race, where the religious
aren't martyred, and the future
of the nation stands firm in its
belief to keep the hope of our
forefathers living memorials.
Freedom. Other nations can
(Continued to Page Two)


Bell's Class of 2005 Sets Lofty

Mark With 102 Graduates


These Gilchrist County residents, who served their country in the Korean War, are
pictured in front of the Korean War Monument. Photo by Anna Wild, Freeze Frame
Photography.








THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 2005


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SJohnT. Day. Mikell was asked to speak'
on WWII, Korean War and the
Comments 2 Vietnam War. He identified the
,. lS.9. 12 native sons from Gilchrist
By: John M. Ayers County who gave their lies for
On Monday, May 30, 2005 freedom for their families and
residents of and visitors to loved ones in World War l.
.Gilchrist ..County were These individuals are all
welcomed to a very patriotic identified on the World War II
:Memorial Day program on the Monument on the south lawn of
-south lawn of the Gilchrist the Gilchrist County
.Count. Courthouse. The Courthouse. Nlikell explained
:Gilchrist County Historical that war is often complicated.
-Society.made this program a He recalled that when the
:.reality as the\ set up the United States entered World
-program and arranged for the War II in 1941 all. of the
jnew monument to be erected on manufacturers in the United
-the south la\\ n. States put aside fabricating their
Dan Ta\lor. secretary of the normal products and began
historical society, welcomed the making things that would be
:estfimated 350 people, who needed in the war. Our entire
attended the program. country complete\ focused on
As I stood I listened to: the \war and the conflict \\e were
people like Judge Ed Philmian involved in.
,who gave an invocation and Today, in the United States,
,Major Stroupe. the Gilchrist the \\ar \\e are intol\ed in is
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.Countf Veterans Sert ice not in the forefront of the mind's
Officer. \\ho thanked the of everyone. In the 21st century
veterans and the elected things are different. Today, men
officials in the count and the and women are tn to eep
.dilchrist County Historical our country free. Americans
-fourrcountryfree. Americans
Society for working to make back home are not thinking and
this program a reality .-He also p in daily for these ser ice
identified orthN quotes from p
ideted wrt qotes people. Mikell explained that
:leaders like, General George k we are not doing enough for our
P and P ite Franklin C ldiers: HRdwe~ nt- on-' to',sav.
-D. Roose\eli Gilchrist.County. .We need to be more concerned
nati e Harold Nlikell once again -orour troops."
thankedd the county for holding Dan Taylor explained that
'this very worthy annual tribute people gathered here today
-to the veterans on Memorial the ered here today


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represent the best of the best.",
Gilchrist Count' Historical
Society) President J. M. Everett
introduced the family of Sgt.
Ricky Lord and his fiance. Mr.
Everett is a devoted educator
and public servant to the causes
which are in great need in
Gilchrist Count\. He and his
wife Midge have .been very
devoted to the work of the
historical society. Mr. Everett
also served his country in the:
Korean War.
In closing this very
meaningful program, Dan
Taylor explained that we as
'Americans enjoy the greatest
freedoms- this world has e\er
known. He pointed out that the
geneia6on'figh'tfiig iniTraq'and
Afghanistan is willing to
preserve the freedoms that they
as Americans have grown up
with. He explained that America
is winning the \ar for freedom
and we are doing so because we
are a people who are seeking
God's guidance. Taylor pointed
out that \%hat \iorks in America
will also work the world o er.
"We ,will \\in this war for.
freedom and we must continue
to seek God's guidance." Ta\ lor
explained.
As I stood in the crowd,
listening and \watching the man\
loted ones of veteranss that have.
servedd this country; and gi\en
the ultimate price. I could feel
.the devotion of these people for
their countrN and the lo\e that
we share for our fellow man.
This was a very meaningful
program. I felt sorrow forithe
men and women w\ho 'have:
given their lives to preserve the
freedom that we all love as
Americans. I appreciate them ,
and their families.


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What America busy to be preparing for an
Means To Me emergency. I have no time
to go home and find out how
(Continued from Page.One) to turn off the gas, water and
electricity. Then I might
barely taste the meaning of this have to find out what the
word. While other civilizations emergency procedures are at
are tortured for their faith and my kid's school. Emergency
beliefs, Americans can simply procedures at my workplace?
sit back and fellowship with :Do I need to know that too?
those with similar conviction.',: I will have a nervous
While women are abused if so breakdown worrying about
much as an inch of skin is all: this 'and, besides, it will
shown, the United States' malls' not happen to us., ,You want
are full of variety declaring the me to practice an evacuation
individuality of our divers per- plan in. case of a fire at
sonalities. But what does:all- hoine? Why? None of us
this mean'to me? Why are the smoke and we do not use
rights of Americans so dear to candles on our holiday deco-
my heart? rations or 'ever use our fire-
To me, America means my place. I seldom cook, be-
life. It means a day worth li\ ing cause I am too busy. Why
over again and a chance at an- worry about a fire? I do lock
other tomorrow. It means not my doors when I leave, how-
settling for what I have accom- ever.
polished today, but striving for a. You. want me to have
more thriving tomorrow. emergency phone numbers in
America means being outside of' my car. at work and on the
the box, differing from those of refrigerator. flashlights, extra
other nations, yet finding com- batteries, an emergency ra-
mon ground with those who are dio, bottled water and meals
not yet blessed with such liber-, ready-to-eat? Next,.you will '
ties. v. want me to btuy duct tape and
Tomorrow will come with the plastic. You know how that
rising of the sun and within a went over a couple of years
few\ hours from that moment, I' ;ago.
will be left' once more in the si- Besides, preparedness is
lence of my bedroom. There, I for people in big cities with
will think of the day's trials and ,,big buildings and states with
victories. I will think of my ac- earthquakes and hurricanes.
tions of the day. as well as what Isn't it?
I should or would have done if 'But hey, wait a minute!
'given the chance once more. Recent experience shows that
Then I \\ill sa\ a prayer. dedi- the public must be involved
rating tomorrow to accomplish in its own emergency prepar-
the things not accomplished that edness planning. Part of this
day. From there,: my life ill is being prepared to deal with
continue. Just as the student 'the reality that depending
across the room, the farmer upon government, federal aid
across, the counts. the preacher and assistance and other pro-
across the nation, and the sol- grams alone is generally
dier across the world, I toowill foolish unless you're pre-
strive to affect the world in a- pared to sleep on a city street
positive way. I will not take for during a widespread power
granted the gift of living in such outage. live in a tent or
a world as this. I will not take school shelter after a tornado
for granted the blessings of or flood or wait for the fire
;America, but will strive ,to re- department to get you down.
turn the blessings it has so faith- from a burning high-rise
fully bestowed upon me. building. Ask the people in
America, you are the land Florida who were prepared
that was paid or by the greatest and those that were not.
price of all You are the land of. Preparedness, even with'
my f orne hf others, to whom: antith_
my.forthers, to whom anm advanced equipment, tech-.
e.xceedingly gratecirl. America, nologs. interoperability,
you are my home and my free- tested procedures and lots of
dom. America. Vol mean eve- money, is not most effective
rything to me! if the public, does not take
INoite Sarah as .he. reqipi- :steps ,to educate--and- train
ent of the American Legion themselves to respond to
Scholarship for her essay,. What threats and potential emer-
America Means To Me).: agencies.
The difficulty in promoting
S preparedness and getting
Emergency people to take action is the
Preparedness, Is It :' confusion of understanding
hen an emergency is prob-
Nonsense Or Just able, likely to affect their
Good Sense? family and offer severe con-
ByNorris L. Beren ,' sequences. Personal prepar-
Guest Colunmist edness and acceptance of the
What, me worrn Prepar- ne"' role that people are their
edness is not for me because own first responder is essen-
I don't fear my family's in- tial to being truly prepared-
volvement in a terrorist at- for a crisis,:disaster or emer-
tack or the threat of being af- agency.
* fected by a hurricane, power. Despite a long history of
outage, tornado, flood, snow, disastrous fires, floods, mud-
storm, industrial accident, slides, earthquakes, and tor-
train wreck. or overturned nadoes. only about half of the
:truck. IknowI am apathetic. people in the greater Los
-complacent, and indifferent Angeles area have taken
because I do not have any some steps to be prepared for
fear or worry.about a need to a disaster. However, the
be prepared. I'm an optimist. other half, have not. That's
Besides, I really don't have at least five million people
time to plan. I am far too admittedly unprepared. If


recent disasters do not get
people to change their opti-
mistic view of their likeli-
hood that they will be in-
volved in a disaster, then
nothing will.
People spend a lifetime
building a, lifestyle that can
be wiped out in minutes. It
makes sense to protect or at
least plan for that eventual-
ity.
People are not fearful
enough about a terrorist at-
tack or a natural disaster and
the damage to their lives and
community that could hap-
pen. Perhaps they should be
frightened out of their wits,
but apparently not. The
9/11-commission report says
we are not safe yet. Despite
all this, only two out of ten
people in this country feel
"very prepared," according to
the American Red Cross, for
a catastrophic event.
Only half of parents polled
admitted that they knew the
emergency plans of their
child's school. The number
of people who know the
emergency preparedness
plans at their job is also
about half. The number of
people who say that they
have a family emergency
plan that covers a place to
meet if they are evacuated
has gone down. not up. in the
past Near. This suggests that
people have a bias towards
being optimistic and thinking
"it won't happen to me"
rather than considering the
consequences of "what if it
does happen to me and I am
not prepared."
We need to understand the
danger we face or the possi-
ble manifestations. We must
decide and evaluate that for
ourselves. Oftentimes half
the population goes into
meltdown and panic. buys
every bottle of water, carton
of eggs, loaf of bread and
gallon of milk available in
the prospect of stores closing.
for days and deliveries not
being made for the near fu-
ture. So, is preparedness an
attempt to have the popula-
tion worried, insecure, and
compliant as a means of
control or just an attempt to
allow elected officials to say
thatthev are doing something
given .al the uncertainty .n
this uncertain world?
SThere are many ways of
promoting preparedness
awareness. Campaigns such
Sas "Ready.gov" tell people
to prepare for emergencies.
However., despite all the
public service announce-
ments, by December 2003,
only four percent of people
polled could even name the
government w\ebsite that' of-
fers information about pre-
paredness. More than four'
out of five respondents did
not even take a guess.

We tell people to prepare for
a disaster or emergency and be
Their own first responder be-
cause government cannot-be
everywhere when help is
needed. Perhaps we should
spend less time promoting pre-
Sparedness and more time pro-
moting buying blue. tarps, tents,
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Dr. Bennitt Patterson


Mars Rock Discovered To Have Originated In Trenton, Florida
i Kent Heaton)

"The Gilchrist Gazette & Datly Nei s reports as much sense as mn story at the beginning of the
an astonishing storn of the Mars Rock. called article and has as much proof. IYou have to wonder
ALHS1001, as originating in the northern section \here they get this stuff from.i
of the cith of Trenton, Florida. Deductiive reason- The apostle Paul writes, "Even him, whose com-
ing and smnple analysis of the data known thus far ing is after the working of Satan with all power
of the content and chemical makeup of the Mars and signs and lying wonders, And with all deceive
rock has led to a conclusive fact the rock w as pa r ableness of unrighteousness in them that perish;
of a collection formed in the Ural lountains and because they received not the love of the truth,
given to ancient Seiniole Indians residing in the that they might be saved. And for this cause God
area of T'enon 2.346 years ago. The rock ismall-\ shall send them strong delusion, that they should
er than the palm of a hand) was accidentally dis- believe a lie: That they all might be damned who
carded in the Situ annee River 2,345 years ago by believed not the truth, but had pleasure in un-
a band ot unui.t children lihere a manatee siai- righteousness" (2 Thessalonians 2;9-12). There is
lowed the rock Later that same year, a killer nothing more insidious than the delusion men bind
whale, consunang the remains of the manaiee, di- themselves with in their search, for the origin of
gested the rock on hIr. way' to Antarctica. The rock man.
imbedded into til spleen of the whale wichl took' God has offered the answer to man's search for
her life. The carcass of the killer hale washed up where he caine from. "In the' beginning GOD
on the shooi otfAntarctica where the rock w-as e.\- CREATED the heaven and the earth" (Genesis
posed to the elements. In 1914, an e.pedttton of 1:1). Paul shows the ignorance of man "Because
French scientist studying the weather patterns of that which may be known of God is 'manifest in
the sonilutl n Hemisphere found the rock and left it them; for God hath showed it unto them. For the
near .Allan Hills where in 1984, a snowmobiling invisible things of him from the creation of the
geologist scooped it up." world are clearly seen, being understood by the
The above story is not true although it has as things that are made, even his eternal power and
much credibility as what scientist sa3 the rock la- Godhead; so that they are without excuse: Be-
beled ALH8400 originated from. There is a rock cause that, when they knew God, they glorified
that was found in 1984 on the ice near Allan Hills him not as God, neither were thankful;. but be-
in the Antarctica by geologist. The Smithsonian came vain in their imaginations, and theirfoolish
magazine (May 2005) repoi ts "The rock, the re- heart Was darkened. Professing themselves to be
searchers explained, had formed 4.5 billion years wise, they became fools" (Romans 1:19-22).
ago on Mars, where it remained until 16 million When men look to their origin with their wis-
years ago, when it was launched into space, prob- dom, they become their god and savior. Believers
ably by the impact of asteroid. The rock wandered in Jehovah God look to Him for their wisdom and
the inner solar- system until 13,000 years ago, He only is their God and Savior. Through the wis-
when it fell to Antarctica. It sat on the ice near dom of God's word, we know where we came from
Alan Hills until 1984, when snowmobiling geolo, and why we were made. "Let us make man inour
gists scooped it up." (page 77) This story makes image, after our likeness" (Genesis 1:26).

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Lois
I would like to take t
portunity to thank tht
nesses and citizens of ou
munity for all of your sur
the' chamber office and
overthe last six ,years.
always. tried to represe
and Gilchrist County to
of my ability. Words can
gin to express how much
enjoyed getting to kno
work with each of you.
Due to the proposed c
of my employment 1
Chamber Board of Dir
the.'time has come for
Seek a different career pat
Over the past couple o:
I have finished the. 200
christ Guide and it is'
printer. The full-color 5
edition is full of net% pc
interest about our count
organizations .and busi
The guide is a great resoL
county phone number
contacts, and its 8.5x5
makes it ideal for cE
around in your car or
next to your phone for e
cess. Delivery of the
should be around the
week of June.
Once again, thank y
your overwhelming s
during mi tenure as the
tive Director of the G
County Chamber of Comi
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Appreciation -
Luncheon Held
Lancaster
Correctional Ins
Staff And Inmat
On April 29, 2005,
apartment of Environ
Protection's Office of
ways and Trails, Natur
State Trail held an appr
luncheon at the Trenton
for some of the staff
mates from Lancaster
tional Institute (LCI).
luncheon was held to re
the people that ere an
part of a unique part
between two state, ag
Kirk MNarhefka, Trail.N
.with the Office of Gre
and Trails, Nature Coas
Trail contacted Cheryl I
the Warden at Lancastc
rectional Institute, an
worked together to form
to have LCI inmates cl
Nature Coast State Trai
joint effort started in Jul
and ended in March 20(
saved state taxpayers a
mately $60,000.00.
tional Officers Jarrod Jor
Greg Stalvey received
from Mlic ke Thomason
Regional Manager, for t
standing work they did
izing the inmate work
The clearing of tree limb
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added visibility for trail users.
This helps ensure the safety of
walkers and riders.
A plaque was also given to
S Cheryl Phillips recognizing her
and some of her staff for their
support. Kirk Marhefka stated
that everyone from LCI was
very helpful in this joint effort,
and he really appreciated all the
cooperation that Cheryl Phillips
and her staff provided. The
corn food for the luncheon was pro-
vided by the Florida Greenways
and Trails Foundation. Other
attendees from the Office of
Greenwyays and Trails included
Jena Brooks, Director; Saman-
' tha Browne, Field Liaison;
Mary Spivey, Public Outreach
1, Coordinator; and Valerie Nay-
lor, Trails Coordinator. The
S following people also partici-
pated: Buddy Roberts, Assis-
S tant Warden, Lancaster Correc-
tional Institute; Johnny Stokes,
Major, Lancaster Correctional
ebusi- Institute; Richard Turner, Ser-
ur cs- geant, Lancaster Correctional
prcomr- Institute; Mitchell Gentr. Gil-
spt ef christ County Commissioner;
myself Jonathan Kincjid. Trenton Citl
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Council; Trenton NMI)or Pete
,nt you
the best Randolph; Gilchrist County
not be Chamber of Commerce member
tI have Lois Fletcher; Stacy Everett,
Sw and Department of Environmental
Protection Park Patrol; and Matt
changess Meyer,,Park Ranger, Fanning
y the. Springs State Park,.
rectors,
h. to FromI The
weeks Bookshelves
)5 Gil-,
at the Of The Bell
6-page Libr
?ints of Library
y, civic We hope \our Memorial holi-
nesses. day \ as a special one for \ou.
urce for The volunteers decided to take,
rs and Monday off to be with their
.5 .size families. If everyone was like
carrying me, we all ate toomiuch but the
leaving food was so good it was hard to
,asy ac- resist..
,books The adult book I read this
second week was Fern Michael's' No
Place Like Home, a delightful
'ou for family story. For the jun-
support ior/teenage group, I suggest
Execu- Nightmare Hall written by Di-
ilchrist ane Hoh. This is a very fright-
merce. ening short novel about college
Fletcher students who' are disappearing
and if found they will probably
be'dead;. .
Disne's- Ghost ofi-a Chance
For in the Chip 'n' Dale Series is
about the Rescue Rangers in one;
of their exciting adventures.
titute They. saved the Crown Jewels of
England by their bravery and
determination.
the De- This week we will honor Mrs.
mental Iris Roberts as our volunteer of
Green- the week, a lady who helped


establish Bell Library and is still
a devoted volunteer and sup-
porter. She has received nu-
merous awards from city,
county and school officials for
which we extend our congratu-
lations to her. A former teacher
at Bell Elementary School, she
is loved and admired by her
former students and their par-
ents as she exhibits all the char-
acteristics of a real southern
lady. Mrs. Roberts is a feisty
senior citizen who faces each
day with a smile and friendly
word to all. The years have not
dimmed her spirit of concerned
interest in the affairs of our
community, state and nation.
The love of her former students
and her interest in their suc-
cesses are a living testimony to
a great lady. Come by the li-
brary and greet Mrs. Roberts on
Wednesday afternoon..
The Bookworm

Social &
Personal
Happy Birthday wishes to
Angel Ortiz, Kyle Latner, and
Matthew Wallace on June 2nd;
to Cherylon Quincey, Shawn
Fleming, Jason Ehrhart, and Es-
sie L. Wilder on June 3rd; to
Cora Langford on June 4th; to
June-Mauldin, Steven Quincey,
Aaron Martin, Robeit Ferris,
and Shawn Kirby on June 5". to
Jason Durden, Melvin Aylor,
Dr. John Frazier, Francine
Grant, Lyle Wilkerson, and
Ronda ParriSh on June 6th; to
Ted Henley, 'Sibyl Downing,
Matthew Rexroat, aid Baird
Resener on JuIne 7th; and to
' Wendy Langford, Avery Beck-
elheimer. Linh Diana Tang
Nguyen, and Kaila Mason-
heimer On June' 8..
Happy Anniversary wishes to
Jonathan and Mary Ann Kin-
caid on June 3d; and to Mr. and
Mrs. Rick Lawrence on June 7h.

Marriages Filed In
Gilchrist County
Arthur Pine, Jr. and Alice
Brown were married on May
21, 2005 by Cynthia A. Chad-
wick.
Arthur Llovoyd Mayo Jr. and
Sue Brown Zapp were married
on May 21., 2005 by Joseph L.
Dunn.
SDanny: Ray -Wilson and
Rhonda Jean Hatch N\ere mar-
ried on May 21, 2005 by Rev.
Rayborn Dunnam. ,
Earl Raymond Smith and Eva
Miller Owens were married on
May 22, 2005 by N. Kathy
Miller.


Marriage
Applications Filed In
Gilchrist County
George T. Faught III of
Trenton, Florida and Kati Ann
Tooke of Bell, Florida.
Kenneth S. Welch and Lanita
D. Henry, both of Fanning
Springs, Florida.
Richard E. Rogers of Trenton,
Florida and Lori R. Roberts of
Chiefland, Florida.


American Legion,
Post 91, To Install
Officers June 11
The American Legion, Post
91, would cordially like to in-
vite you to our installation of
new officers. The event will be
held on Saturday, June 11th, at
10:00 a.m. at the legion hall on
Highway 129. Breakfast will be
served at 8:00 a.m. Numerous
county and state dignitaries will
be present and we would like
the pleasure of your company.
RS\ P to Dean Williams, at
deandeana @msn.com. 386-
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For Commander Wayne
Gravely,
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11h.
Any families and interested
persons are asked to bring tools
for the occasion which begins at
8:00 a.m. at Wayfair Cemetery.

Spring Ridge Civic
Association To Meet:
June 13
The Spring Ridge Civic As-
sociation will hold their quar-
terly meeting on June 13th at
7:00 pam. at the Church of God'
on CR 340. Agenda items fox
this meeting will be: Plans for
the 4th of July Parade and Pio-
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THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 2005


Leandra Knuckles

-Leandra Knuckles
Named Award
IWinner.
,.:The United States Achieve-
iment Academy announced re-
cently that Leandra Knuckles
from Trenton has been named a
United States National Award
Winner in English.
This award is a prestigious
.hpnor very few students can
ever hope to attain. In fact, the
Academy recognizes fewer than
O percent of all American high
school students.
S:Lea ndra, who attends Trenton
High School, was nominated for
Miis national award by Mrs. Sue
eed, a teacher at the school.
*:-Leandra will appear in the


United States Achievement
Academy Official Yearbook,
which is published nationally.
"Recognizing and supporting
our youth is more important
than ever before in America's
history. Certainly, United
States Achievement Academy
winners should be congratulated
and appreciated for their dedi-
cation to excellence and
achievement," said Dr. George
Stevens, Executive Director of
the United States Achievement'
Academy.
The Academy selects USAA
winners upon the exclusive rec-
ommendation of teachers,
coaches, counselors, and other
qualified sponsors and upon the
Standards of Selection set forth
by the.Academy. The criteria
for selection are a student's aca-
demic performance, interest and
aptitude, leadership qualities,
dependability, and recommen-
dation from a'teacher or direc-
tor.
Leandra is the daughter of
Leonard and Linda Knuckles of
Trenton. The grandparents are.
the late Martha Jane Knuckles
of Trenton and Lottie Overstreet
of Cross City.

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Free Family Fun To
Begin At New Life
Assembly Of God
June 3
With summer just beginning,
you're probably looking for
cheap fun summer activities that
will fight off the inevitable,
"Mom, I'm bored!" Kidzone
Children's Ministry of New Life
Assembly of God in Trenton is
offering a kick-off activity de-
signed with your family in
mind.
A sneak preview of. the new
Veggie Tales movie, "Minne-
sota Cuke and Samson's Lost
Hairbrush" will be shown Fri-
day, June 3rd at 7:00 p.m. All
ages are sure to enjoy this hu-
morous, upbeat family enter-
tainment. There is no admission
fee and there will be free pop-
corn and soda.
The church is located one
mile south of the traffic light in.
Trenton on, Highway 129.
Groups are welcome, just call
ahead with your reservation.
For more information call 463-
0552.
Jerri Lunsford


Faith Place To
Present "First Front
Porch Music" June 4
Faith Place at Otter Springs.
will present the First Saturday
Front Porch Music series on
Saturday, June 4th at 7:00 p.m..
This is a non-denominational
event held the first Saturday of
each month. It will feature
down home' music, old-
fashioned fellowship, and a
covered dish dinner. This
month's music features the
Gospel music of The Bluegrass
Prophets, Carol's Music Minis-
try and Break N Bread Ministry.
To reach Otter Springs from
Highway 26, turn north on CR
232 and then left on SW 70th
Street. The entrance is one mile
on the right.
For more information call
Trish Keene at 463-0800.

Mt. Horeb Baptist
Church Presents
"Ramblin' Road
Trip" VBS June 4-1Q
SSummer is upon-us and one
exciting thingg "that "Utr'mrner
brings is VacationBible School!
Mt. Horeb Baptist Church
would like to invite everyone to
come along with them on a
"Ramblin' Road Trip." The
journey will start with a kick-off
rally on Saturday, June '4th at
5:00 p.m. Hot dogs, hamburg-
ers and ice cream will be served.
Vacation Bible School classes
will begin on Sunday night,
June, 5th at 6:00 p.m. and on
Monday through Friday nights
at 7:00 p.m. There will be
classes for all ages. A meal will
be served, and there will be
crafts for the kids.
Friday night will be .Family
Night.. Come out and have fun
While you learn about the Lord.
Mt. Horeb Baptist Church is
located just west of S.R. 47 in
Gilchrist'County.


Jennings Lake
Seventh Day
Adventist Church To
Have Vacation Bible
School June 6-11
Jennings Lake Seventh Day
Adventist Church will be having
Vacation Bible School June 6"
through 11th from 6:00 p.m. to
8:00 p.m.
You will have fun at the Ser-
engeti Trek VBS. You'll
pounce on exciting Bible ad-
ventures, make awesome crafts,
eat tasty treats, sing cool songs
and play amazing games. The
adventure begins soon so grab
your gear and let's go! Supper
will also be provided.
Jennings Lake Se.venth Day
Adventist Church is located five
miles north of Trenton on
Highway 129. Please look for
the signs and hope to see you
there!
SFor more information contact
Amy Hunter at 463-2442.


Sammy Glass Family
To Be In Concert At
Chiefland First
United Methodist
Church June 10
'The Saiuntn Glasi Family will
appear in concert at the First
United Methodist Church. Main
'Street. Chiefland. Florida on
Friday night June 10. 2005 at
7-30 p.m. There is no admis-
sion charge, hox\e'er a love of-
fering % ill be taken.
The Santrn Glass Family has
been traveling in full-time mu-
sic evangelism since 1988. Al-
though their home base is a
small town in East Tennessee,
Decatur, Tennessee, their travels
have taken them into most of
the eastern and mid western
states. They are on the road
between 220 to 250 days out of
the year ministering in churches,
concerts, revivals, camp meet-
ings, etc.
This is truly a family group'
that consists of Sammy, his
Wife, 'Gayla, their daughter
Candice, and their two sons,
Justin and Christopher. Sammy
and Gayla hale been involved
in Gospel music most of their
lives. Sammy sang \with his
family The Telestials, for many
years.: Gayla sangnahd.-pl'yed
uthe piano AVith herfamil ,.-The
Henry Singers, before joining
with The Telestials when, she
and Sammy married. Candice,
Justin and Chris have each been
singing since they were about
two years of age. They have
developed into versatile soloist,
harmony singers and musicians.
This is a group you don't
want to miss!. They praise God
for the talents He has given
them, and they thank Him for
blessing them with the opportu-
nity to travel and sing together
as a family. Their utmost desire
is that hearts would be changed,
blessed and encouraged.for the
kingdom of God through their
music and testimony. They will
strive to sing songs that reach
out and touch the hearts and
lives of people of all ages and
backgrounds. Please join them
for an evening of inspiration and
family enjoyment. For infor-
mation call the church office at
352-493-4627 or The Praise
Shop. 352-493-0209.


Dan Jenkins Family
To Have Reunion
June 4
The Jenkins family will have
a reunion on Saturday, June 4th
at the Hart Springs Pavilion.
All relatives and friends are in-
vited to attend and enjoy the
picnic lunch to be spread at 1:00
p.m.

Lord Family To Have
Reunion June 11
The Lord family reunion will
be held on Saturday, June 11,
2005 at the Trenton Community
Center from 11:00 a.m. until?
Bring a covered dish and enjoy
the day.


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.

Pope Family To Have
Reunion June 11
The Pope family will have a
reunion on SaturdaJ, June ilth
at Hart Springs in Pavilion B.
All family and friends are in-
vited to attend. Bring a side
dish to eat with fish. Ice and
paper goods will be furnished.

Greenberry Jones
Family Reunion
June 18
At Hart Springs
The Greenberry Jones family"
will hold their annual reunion
on Saturday, June 18, 2005.
The family invites all relatives
and friends to Hart Springs Pa-
vilion A for a picnic basket,
lunch to be spread at 12 noon..


Shadrack Sapp
Famil Reu union To
Be Held July 2
Cousins and kin and a lots of
friends, call and invite all youth
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 will be held
at Hart Springs County Park in
the large "A" pavilion, Hart
Springs Park is about ten miles
west of Trenton in Gilchrist
County. Bring a covered dish
dinner, your old photos, family
records, addresses, albums,
scrapbooks and your camera.
Again this year we will have
an auction to help with 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 s we
have many addresses that are,


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The Tri-Coiunty Malrine Corps League & Auxiliarn
wishes to thank Wal-Mart and Jane Arney for. their
recent Comnmunity Grant Check donation for $2,000.
Shown from left are Frank Coddington, Sr. vice
'commandant; Harry Hopwood, commandant, Jane
Arney of Wal-Mart; Arlene Lang, auxiliary president,
and Virginia Neary, senior vice president.


returned and/or are no longer
valid. Call Mitch at-352-332-
2065 for additional information.


Habitat For
Humanity Of
Suwannee To Have
Benefit June 5
Help Habitat For Humanity of
Su\wannee \alley. Inc. with
their first dinner benefit. It \will
be held Sunday. June 5. 2005 at
5:00 p.m. at Hol) Family
Catholic Church in Williston.
The donation dinner will consist
of barbecue chicken, cole slaw,
baked beans, roll and a drink.
The price is $6.00 for adults and
$3.00 for children under 12.
Desserts w ill also beavailable
for $1.00. _
They are now incorporated


and it is exciting news for the
new affiliate of the Tri-County
area. They hope to build their
first home in 2005 and need
workers to. evaluate families
who are applying for them.
They also need business leaders
and professionals to help with
fundraisers and organization.
God bless you and hope to see
you there! '.


Peace Baptist Mission
S.B. C.
Pastor T L. Holton, Sr.
935-3608
27061 83rdPlace, BranfordFL
'Services Each Sunday
Bible Study...lOam .
Worship...11 am
Worship...7pm .
SWednesday
Prayer & Bible Study...7pm


New Life '>
Assembly of God
9579 US-129 S -Trenton, Florida
463-7004 ..
You can make a difference!
Services:
Sunday School 10am
Praise & WorshipiKidZone 11 am
Evening Worship 6 pm Pastors:
Wednesday Night Service & Don & Jerri Lunsford
"The Place" (Youth) 7 pm


Trenton Church of God
Welcomes ou to come \orsuhp ~ith us
Sunday School- 10:00 a;m.
Sunday Praise & Worship '11:00 a.m.
Evening Praise & Worship 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Bible Sudy 7:00 p.m.

Pastor: Dewayne Bowdoin
Phone 463-6543
www.gepcities.com/churchofgodtrenton_fla


Trenton United

Methodist Church

9:30 am Sunday School
11:00 am Morning Worship Service
6:00 pm Wednesday Bible Study
Nursery provided 9-12 Sunday Morning
203 N.E. Second Street, Trenton

Office: 463-2877 Rev. H.D. "Hank" Cribb, Sr.


We Welcome You To

My. NM NEBOAMPiem a EM (SBC)
4200 N.W. CR-340, Bell, FL 32619
(3 miles North of Bell on Hwy-340 West)
Sunday School ............... 9:45 am
Morning Worship ............ 11 am
Evening Worship ................. 6 pm
Wednesday Evening Services:
Adult Bible Study, Children, & Youth ... 7 pm
Pastor: Rev. Jimmy Corbin
Church Phone: 386-935-3575
"Committed to Reaching People for Christ"


PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH
S 16655 N. W. CR-339 Trenton, Florida 32693 '
352-463-2151
www.pinegrovebaptistchurchtrentonfl.com
Bro. Greg Douglas, Pastor
Bro. Rickey Whitley, Minister of Students
Charles Brock, Music Director
Sunday School/Bible Study.....................9:15 AM
Morning Worship Service....................... 10:30 AM
Evening Worship Service...........................6:00 PM
Wednesday Night Services: Prayer Meeting,
TeamrKid & Youth Worship.......................7:00 PM
~ Nursery Provided for All Services ~


NFfth AnnuaC
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Miss gi(cirist County Beauty Paaeant


S- Saturday, June 25, 2005


Srenton Elementary Cafeteria



girls 0-18 years of ge
tnd Women 19 an uy
0-12 CasuaflWear
13-18 FormaClWear
19 ancdup Tormal Wear

tllcontestants must live in gilchrist County

9yplications can bepickedup at 'lenton Elementary,
gilchrist County Journa BeCllCEementary,
Stephanies Tlowers (BeCl) anc aflocalC acres or by contacting
'Ronda akins at 472-2344 or Apri tins at 472-1515

Applications are to be turnecin 6y Triday, June 10, 2005.

admission is $2.00 for adults &' l.ofor students

AlltProceeds go 'To .CfRA.


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Occupational Therapist Cindy Ross and Pearl Grant.


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Lil Bourgeosis.



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Ayers Health And
Rehab Center News
Ayers Health and Rehabilita-
tion Center has been a part of
this community for the past 23
years. Over time we have been
able to provide quality care to
residents in our area. We have
had the opportunity to get to
know many families and it has
certainly improved the quality
of our lives as well. Through
the years, our focus on different
types' of care generally comes
from the needs of our local
population. Our goal is to pro-
vide the best type of care that is
required in a close, relaxed,
friendly en ironment.
,We continue to ha'e folks
stay with us for long term care,
we have a special needs unit for
residents %%ith Dementia or re-
lated concerns and we have our
rehabilitation program that is
our busiest department these
days. We are seeing many
younger folks, age 65 to 80,
come our way for short term re-
habilitation. Our team of thera-
pists enjoy what they do and are
very qualified by their education
and training.
-Pearl Grant, a recent short
term resident who was here for
rehab, was amazed at some of
the results she had seen in just
two weeks. Pearl states, "I've
had therapy in several different
places o'e.r the \ears and _A ers
therapists have my greatest ad-
miration and praise. They make
ou feel like part of familyy"
Dorothy Roberts, another
special local resident, was also
here for a short stay and she
"appreciates the friendliness of
everybody" and it was encour-
aging for her to work with the
therapy department in her goal.
to go home.
Many folks think that a rehab
center is something they will
never need and dor't realize that
the decision to select one some-
times comes very quickly.. Be-
ing prepared for this decision is
your best opportunity for
choosing a great place. Take
the time to visit your local cen-
ters and be prepared if you need
our type of center., The resi-
dents',will appreciate your visit
and you can get a feel for the
place. None of us will be able to
avoid the aging process, but
being able to guide our fate and
having fun while we do is cer-
tainly the best avenue to take.


Humane Society Of
SGilchrist County To
Sponsor Dog
Extravaganza June 18
The Humane Society of Gil-
christ County is sponsoring a
"Dog Extravaganza" on Satur-
day; June 18th. at noon. The
show will take place at the
Trenton Community Center.
For more information or an ap-
plication call Lucille Rese at
352-493-4973. The deadline for
applying is June 13th






New Line
Transport
OWNER OPERATORS
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FLATBEDS
LOCAL AND REGIONAL
We provide equipment and
IFTA sticker. Plenty of work
for experienced owner
operators who have a good
MVR and want to be home
weekends. FUIL PRICE
HELD
@ 1.25 gal.
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1-888-714-0056


Flag Disposal On
Flag Day, June 14
For proper disposal of un-
serviceable flags, contact your
nearest veteran's organization.
American Legion, Post 91 in
Gilchrist Counts will glad\
take all flags from the area for
proper disposal. Please leave
your flags at the post home on
S. U.S. 129, next to the rodeo
arena.
Dean A. Williams,
Adjutant Post 91

First Cookout Of The
Summer
Lake City Community Col-
lege.(LCCC) staff is enjoying
their summer schedule and what
better way to celebrate than an
old-fashioned hot dog cookout
with all the trimmings. The
LCCC chapter of Florida Asso-
ciation lof Community Colleges
(FACC) was just looking for an
excuse to eat, so they sponsored
the first hot dog cookout and
.silent cake auction of summer
2005.
Faculty, staff and students
enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere
under the Pine Square pavilion.
This FACC fund-raiser brought
in $98 on the lunches and $113
on the silent cake auction. The
college, has some,great .cooks
,and.eiachitime there (isr ai cake
auction, there is lots of partici-
pation.


Governor Jeb Bush
Designates June 5-11
As Florida
Watermelon Week
Governor Jeb Bush.has.des-
ignated the week of June 5-11,
2005 as Florida Watermelon
Week and The Florida Water-
melon Association extends an
invitation to you to join in the
celebration.
A statewide marketing cam-
paign will be launched.to in-
crease public awareness of the
health benefits of watermelons.
This marketing campaign will
include appearances by the
Florida Watermelon Queen,
who travels throughout Florida
and the United States, promot-
ing the watermelon industry.
She gives tips on the selection
of watermelon in addition to
discussing the nutritional and
economic value of watermelons.
'For additional information on
Florida Watermelon Week ac-
tivities or if you would like to
schedule a promotion or appear-
ance by the Florida Watermelon
Queen, please contact Sharon.
McCall, FWA Promotion Coor-
dinator at (386) 294-2616 or
smccalll @inetw.net.



(Advertise-- Pays"!!


Otter Springs RV
Resort Now Open
The natural beauty of Otter
Springs offers over 800 acres,
two springs, swimming, fishing,
nature trails and bird watching.
For boaters we offer a small
boat launch on the historic Su-
wannee River. We encourage
everyone to come and experi-
ence the pristine beauty of Otter
Springs' in its family-friendly
environmental setting.
The resort offers full RV
hook-up on level pull-through
sites, and three fully equipped
rustic cabins.
Otter Springs RV Resort has a
beautiful lodge with a large
wrap around porch, covered
picnic building, covered barbe-
cue pit, and bath houses.' The
newly renovated canteen and a
heated swimming pool will'be
available in the near future.
To reach Otter Springs from
Highway 26, turn north on CR
232 and then left on SW 70th


Street. The entrance in one mile
on the right.
For more information or to
make reservations, please call
Trish at 463-0800 or 463-9340.
You may also email:
otterspringsrv@aol.com or fajx
352-463-0575.


Voice Of Democracy:
Scholarship To Be A
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 Demonstrafe
My-Patriotism."
Tapes are due October, 2005
and for more information ybu
may contact your school coun-
selor or your local VFW Post
#5625, Chiefland at 352-493-
1159. The contact person is Ja-
cob Wynn.


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Serving The Health Care Needs Of Our Community


Bruce E. Thomas, MD
Board Certified/Family Piactice


* Complete Primary Care
Well-Baby Exams
Diagnostic X-rays
Minor Trauma
Case Management
* Hearing and Vision Testing


Mina Willis, PharmD/PA-C
SFamily Practice


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Family Practice


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HIV Testing
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PT aide, Cindy Ross, OT, and Lil Bourgeosis OT. (photo for Career Day).


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"We send 'em packing "


Services Provided:


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Students from Jom Yenclio's construction academy i class present i model of a ft7lwheel
Sto Mr. Vickers, Gilchrist County School Superinltendent, in support of his Good to
Great initiative. Pictured from left are Mr. Yencho, Adam Cook, Jason Driscoll,
' Daniel Valdes, and J. D. Jordan. ,


Annual "Black-N-
White Ball" To Be
Held June 18
The annual "Black-White
Ball" will be held on'Saturday,
June 18th at the' Trenton
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
will graduate, from Trenton
High School with a $400 schol-
arship. The recipient of last,
year's scholarship was James
Robert "Robbie" Rome II who
no,, attends Lake City Commu-
nity College. .....


JROTC Has Military
Ball
For many of our cadets, this
year's Military Ball will be a
night they will surely never for-
get. The dining area was very
elegantly decorated. The tables
were draped in lovely, white ta-
blecloths, and the meal was ex-
quisite!
SAfter the dinner portion of the
Ball was over, the awards cere-
mony commenced. Cadet Sec-
ond Lieutenant Cassi Roy, re-
ceived the Daughters of the
American Revolution award,
Cadet. Captain Amber Earles,
received the National Society
United States Daughters of 1812
award. Cadet Sergeant Aaron
Fussell, received the National
Sojourners award.
Cadet Captain Tracey Chris-
topherson received the Scottish
Rite of Freemasonry award.
Cadet Captain David Whitwood
received the United States Army
Recruiting Command JROTC
award. Cadet Captain Jessica
Jacobs received the American
Legion Scholastic award And
Distinguished Cadet award.
Cadet Private First Class Mindy
Cannon received the American
Legion, Military Excellence
award. Cadet Captain Duran
Carmen received the Veterans
of Foreign Wars JROTC Rec-
ognition award. Cadet Captain
Amber Short received the Asso-
ciation of the United States
Army award. Cadet, Captain
Amanda Nobs received the
Military Officer's Association
of America award. Cadet First
Sergeant El1 se Fowler, received
the Florida Society Sons of the
American Revolution JROTC
award. Cadet Staff Sergeant
Rebecca Thomas, received the
Military Order of the Purple
Heart award. Cadet Staff Ser-
geant Zach White, received the
Military Order of World Wars
award. Cadet Captain Duran
Carmen, received The American
Veterans JROTC Recognition
award 'The Superior Cadet
award, was awarded to one Ca-
det from each Leadership Edu-
cation Traiinng (LET) Level:
LET 1 Cadet Corporal Heather
Crace, LET 2 Cadet First Ser-
geant Elyse Fowler, LET 3 Ca-
det. Lieutenant Colonel Mark
Roy, and LET 4Cadet Major
Nikita Shearin. The follow ing
cadetsrecPived the Senior Army


Instructor Leadership award:
LET 1 Cadet Corporal A.hlev
Pelfrey, LET 2 Cadet Second:
Lieutenant Dawn Faught, and
LET 3 Cadet Command Ser-
geant Majoi Cecil Seay. The
following cadets received an
award for Academic Excellence:
LET 1 Cadet Private First Class
Rhama Said, LET 2 Cadet First
Sergeant Elyse Fowler, LET 3
Cadet Captain Tracey Christo-
pherson, and LET 4 Cadet Ma-
jor Nikita Shearin, The' Military
Ball could not have been suc-
cessful were it not for hard work
and dedicated planning. We
would like to personally thank
all of the individuals who
helped to make this year's
Military Ball such a memorable
affair!
Amber Short
Cadet Second Lieutenant
Public Affairs Officer


LCCC FACC
Sponsors Two
Workshops
Summer's, here and you will
probably get bit by the heat. To
help stop heat's effect on those
who find themselves in its path,
Lake City Community College
(LCCC) chapter of Florida As-
sociation of Community Col-
lege (FACC) sponsored an in-
formative mini-workshop on
extreme heat and what it can do
tO our body


Attendees were shown a
Po'werPoint demonstration 'on
the different aspects of heat ex-
posure and how to cool down
,when you get too hot. .The main
message in the first workshop
conducted by Alan Espinosa,
LCCC EMS instructor, was to
know the symptoms of heat ex-
posure and what to do when you
find yourself or someone else it
this situation.
In the second workshop Espi-
nosa discussed potentially dan-
gerous drug interactions with
ordinary food and with other
over-the-counter medications.
He stated that the Internet is a
good resource to find out infor-
mation about reactions that can
occur when taking prescription


drugs and every day living.
For more information on the
Emergency Medical Services
program, visit the college's Web
site at www.lakecitycc.edu or
call (386) 754-4292.

Oh, the comfort, the inex-
pressible comfort of feeling safe
with a person, having neither to
weigh thoughts nor measure
words, but pouring them all out,
just as they are, chaff and grain
together, certain that a faithful
hand will take and sift them,.
keep what is worth keeping, and
with a breath of kindness blow
the rest away.
-Dinah Craik


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Shown.are JROTC members enjoying the JROTC Military Ball.


" fiprs Baptist Chucn

Welcomes You!
"Embracing the Past and Reaching Toward the Future."
Comer of NE Second St. and Highway 26 in Trenton
(Nursery providedfor all services)
Sunday School 9:45 AM (classesfor all ages)
Sunday Morning Worship & Children's Church 11 AM
Sunday Night Bible Study 6 PM
Wednesday Night Bible Study & Prayer 7 PM

DYNAMIC MINISTRIES FOR ALL AGES!
Call 463-2038 for more information."


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THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 2005


CTT.CffR ,';T COUTNTY JOUT RNAL.


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Mr. Allen's class.


Mr. Bayer's class.


Ms. Carhart's class.


Shown on the back row. is the D.A.R.E. Ins
Deputy David A. Aderholt. Pictured from left
Middle row are Jalisa Shanklin, Tyler Dreifus,
SLovelace, Shawnee Gage and Alexis Hickox.
Front row from left are Jillian Bogarde, Cody
Katelyn Kearney, and Danyal Langford. A
recognition award was given to Julie Harrison.


Tri-ounty Home Pla
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*All Plans Designed to Meet or Exceed Florida Building Code FBC 21


Join The Adventure
And Experience The
World Without
Leaving Your Home
Hosting .a high school ex-
change student is like bringing
Sthe world to your doorstep..
Foundation for Intercultural
Travel (FIT) a State Department
designated exchange visitor
program is currently matching
international students, ages 15
Sto 18, with host families in our
area. Families of all "types" are
eligible to host, retired couples
to single parent families. Not
i only two parent families have
tructor enjoyed hosting an, international
on the son or daughter.
T'alor Students arrive approximately
aylor one week before your school's
On the start date, and bring their own
Nettles, .spending money for clothes,
special entertainment and other ex-
penses. They have their own
Medical insurance. Most im-
..portantly, they bring a sincere
desire to become part of your
ans : family.
SHost families agree to provide
Provide room and board and to include
their student as a family mem-
ber. We have one semester, as
well as full academic year stu-
dents. All students speak Eng-
lish. Call to set up an interview
P with our local representative.
For more :information about
hosting a student, or joining our
team of local area representa-
7-2300 fives, without any obligation
please call: Maryann at Foun-
dation For Intercultural Travel,
00101 (toll free) 877-439-7862.


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TES Holds D.A.R.E.
Graduation
On May 13, 2005 Trenton
Elementary School held their
D.A.R.E. graduation.
D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Re-
sistance Education) is a ten-
week course given to fifth grade
students in Gilchrist County.
The course includes lessons on
drugs, their effects, and the con-
sequences of the use of tobacco,
alcohol, marijuana, and other
substances. The students are
also taught about peer pressure
and resistance skills, instructed
by Deputy David A. Aderholt.
SGuest speaker Trooper Char-
lie Caulk of the Florida High-
way Patrol addressed the stu-
dents. The graduates were
required to write an essay about
what they learned in D.A.R.E.
In addition, a winner and run-
ner-up from each class was se-
lected.
The essay winners and run-
ners-up were: Mr. Allen's class
- Shawnee Gage, winner and
Katelyn Kearney, runner-up;
Mr. Bayer's class Tyler Drei-
fus, winner and Jillian Bodarge,
runner-up; Ms. Carhart's class -
Taylor Lovelace, winner and
Cody Nettles, runner-up; Mrs.
'Hof's class Alexis Hickox,
winner and Danyal Langford,
.runner-up; Mrs. Moore's class -
Jalisa Shanklin, winner and
Sarah Cox, runner-up.

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Lunch
Monday- Friday
June 6 through July 22


Lunches will be delivered to the following sites between 11:00 AM and 1:00 PM.
(After the first few days, the schedule will be more established so the meals will be
delivered around the same time each day.)

InFanning Springs, lookfor the school bus at the following addresses.


Fanning Springs 1 7

Fanning Springs 2 8

Hart Springs Park (

Trenton Apartments 7

Trenton City Park

Bethel AME Church 6

Old Waccassasa Fire Station '

Southeast Community Building


740 Stephen Foster Avenue

3820 SW88th Place, Trenton

County Road 344, Trenton

'18 NE 7th Place, Trenton

214 SE 3rd Avenue, Trenton

i07 NW 4th Avenue, Trenton

Waccassasa Area (South of SR 26)

Rolling Oaks (North of SR 26)


Osceola Community Building Corner of Cty Rd 232 & Cty Rd 337


Waters Lake Park

Bell City Park

Cruse Community Building

Philpot Meimorial Park


SE 45th Avenue, Trenton

North Main Street, Bell

US Highway 129 N, Bell

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By Lois Cosgrove
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GREETINGS
j Poor Molly! I haven't fea-
tured her in quite awhile. In
,this photo she'd been playing
with pillows and ended up so
fired she fell asleep with just her
,head sticking out from one of
'them. She sure enjoys her
layingg and starts in about 5:00
f,.m. every morning. I think it's
,her way of telling me to get up
and fix her breakfast, but I don't


gi'e in to her trick \wa\s. even
when she brings me one of her
toy mice.. .she nevergives up
trying. I love my Molly more
with each passing day She's a
delightful budd!
Whefz on the road or in an ar-
gument, when you see red, it's
time to stop...
REMINDER
The Gilchrist County Crime


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Saturday -Please call for office hours.
Appointments I


Watch monthly meeting is
Tuesday, June 7th starting at
7:00 p.m. Meetings are held the
first Tuesday of each month in
the Sheriff's office meeting
room at the administration
building in Trenton.
Faith is the substance of
things hoped for but the evi-
dence of things not seen...
BIRTHDAYS
Happy Birthday to Cherlyn
Quincey (59) of Trenton on
June 3'; to Sandy Richards of
Waccasassa Lake on June 4h; to
Charlie Polete (65) of Trenton
on June 5t; to John Mauthner of
Waccasassa Lake on June 6th; to
Coy Connatser (71) of Trenton
and A.J. Gaylord (10) of Bell on
June 7th... "May all of you have
a great day celebrating!"
The best time to do something
is between yesterday and to-
morrow...
.-- ....
ANNIVERS ARIES
Happy 14"' Annikersary to
Mindy and Adam Gaylord of
Bell on June 2nd; to Frank and
Teri Rubi of Gainesville who
will celebrate their 25th on June
6'h; and to Da\id and Katherine
Houser of Waccasassa Lake,
celebrating their 53"d on June
'7th.. "May all of you have a
wonderful da\ celebrating!"

Patience is.the ability to idle
your motor when you feel like
stripping your gears...
FANTASTIC FACTS
The name "hoe-cake" came
about because in pioneer homes
this Indian corn bread was often
baked on the broad thin blade of
the hoe used in the cotton fields.
Flowers and plants are a silent


presence; they nourish every
sense except the ear...
RIB TICKLERS
Sounds of crashing and
banging in the middle of the
night sent me and my husband
out to our garage. There we
spotted three raccoons eating
out of the cat dish. We shooed
them away and went back to
bed. Later that week we were
driving home and I noticed three
fat raccoons ambling down the
road. "Do you think those are
the same ones we chased off?" I
asked.
"Hard to tell," said my hus-
band. "They were wearing
masks."
Our son was constantly wan-
dering in and out of the house,
leaving the front or back door
wide open.
"Once and for all, will you
please close that!" my exasper-
ated wife pleaded one day.
"Were you born in a barn?"
"No, I was born in a hospi-
tal," he replied, smirking.
"With automatic doors."
One weekend, a doctor, a
priest and an attorney were out
in a fishing boat. Their motor
had conked out and one of the
oars had drifted off. Just as the
doctor was about to dive in to
retrieve the oar, the boat was
surrounded by sharks.
'"I can't go now," the doctor
said. "If someone gets bitten,
you'll need my services."
"I can't go either," said the
priest. "If the doctor fails, I'll
need to give last rites."
"Fine," said the attorney.
"I'll get it." He dove in, the
sharks moved, he retrieved the
oar and climbed back into the
boat. The doctor and priest
looked flabbergasted. The at-


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jorney just smiled and said,
"Professional courtesy."
Bob the Barber's new slogan:
Hair today, gone tomorrow.
Sign hanging from a deer
hunter's blind: The buck stops
here.
Sale sign at the spice shop:
There's no present like Thyme.
Poster outside desperate per-
sonnel manager's office: If you
can read this, you're hired.
Health spa's most successful
employee recruiting slogan:
Help Kneaded.
There are many truths of
; which the full meaning cannot
.be realized until personal ex-
perience has brought it
home...

THE COOK'S CORNER
Orange-Raspberry lemonade
1 pt. lemon sherbet
2 cups orange juice
1/2 cup lemon juice
1 1/2 cups cold water
1/2 cup raspberries or other
berries
Put lemon sherbet in glasses.
Combine the orange juice,
lemon juice and water. Sweeten
if desired and pour over the
lemon sherbet. Add the berries.
Serves 6.
If you growl all day, you're
likely to feel dog tired at
night...
'- -
HOUSEHOLD HINT
To prevent' splashing \hen
frying meat, sprinkle a little salt
into the pan before putting the
fatin.
Few of us get dizzy from too
many good turns...
QUIET REFLECTIONS
Spring Thoughts
The poets have exhausted all.the
lovely words they know
To write about the glories of the
spring;
But never can their thoughts run
dry, but only overflow,
When they describe the joys
that May must bring:
The primrose fair, the skylark
on the wing!
Whose mind can fail to frame a
tune, or soul reject a song,


When buds are bursting to ex-
press their praise
Of Him who gives them love
and light and life, and tells them
they belong
To His great purpose all their
growing days?
What else but wonder every
creature phrase?
For, in the spring, not only
trees, nor just the buds and
birds,
Reveal His benefactions and
His grace;
But human spirits, looking up,
know that He undergirds
Their lives, and all that they
must daily face;
And in His love find their eter-
nal place!
By E. Leslie Wood
I'll leave you with this
THOUGHT FOR TODAY:
This day is holy unto our
Lord: neither be ye sorry; for
the joy of the Lord is your
strength.
Nehemiah 8:10

Spring Ridge
Volunteer Fire
Department To Have
Pancake Breakfast
June 4
The Spring Ridge Volunteer
Fire Department invites you to
its next monthly pancake break-
fast at its fire station. This
month's breakfast will start at
7:30 a.m. on Saturday, June 4th
and run until at least 10:00 a.m.
All residents of the northeast
Gilchrist Count. area and sur-
rounding communities are in-
Svted to attend.
Ask us about participating as
an actiie firefighter or associate
member. We need members for
both categories. If you can't
make the breakfast, you're in-
vited to attend our regular
meetings on the first and third
Thursday of the month at 7:00 .
p.m.
Blueberry, walnut and plain.
pancakes will be served, along
with sausages, eggs, coffee, and
juice. As usual, the cost for the
breakfast,will be a donation to
the fire department. The Spring


Ridge firehouse is located on
County Road 340 (Poe Springs
Road), near the Spring Ridge
Church of God. Come have. a
nice breakfast and chat with
your neighbors. See you on the
first Saturday of June (and every
month).
Pete Butt

Watermelon
Festival To Be Held
This Saturday In
Chiefland
Come to the heart of water-
melon country to enjoy some of
the area's finest melon while
spending a fun day with the citi-
zens of Chiefland. The 51st An-
nual Chiefland Watermelon
Festival will be held this Satur-
day, June 4th, in downtown
Chiefland. People will travel for
miles to participate in many of
the annual events such as a seed
spitting contest.
The big event will kick off
with the annual Watermelon
Festival Parade, which will
travel down Highway 19 at
10:00 a.m.
This year, as in the past,
melon growers will compete to
see who can produce the largest
melon. The large melons will be
auctioned off to help cover the
festival expenses.
A big crowd always gathers
each year for the little king and
queen contest which begins at
3:00 p.m. at the Tommy Usher
Pineland Center. The Pineland
Center is located on 345 on the
south end of town. At 7.00 p.m.,
another exciting competition
will begin as the 2005 Water-.
melon Queen is selected. The
queen contest will also take
place at the Pineland Center.



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GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


Page Nine


qw writings about Levy County
history and her living history
presentations of three Levy
County women, Elizabeth
SHighsmith of Levyville, Maria
Tresper of Clay Landing, and
Catharine Hobday, Assistant
SLight Keeper of the Cedar Keys
Light Station on Seahorse Key.
SThe presentation will be held
at 7:00 p.m. in the second floor
l activity room of the Cedar Key
IEEA- Public Library. Please join us
."" i for an evening of historic enter-
tainment.

Public Library To
Hold Summer
Toni Collins portraying Programs For Kids
Mrs. Nancy Yulee And Teens
The Gilchrist County Public
An Evening With Library has scheduled a pro-
Mrs. David Levy gram on how to live a brain-
Yulee To Be Held healthy lifestyle. Find out what
you can do today to be fit from
June 3 the neck up!
In.celebration of Yulee Days, Those interested in keeping
June 3rd, 4th and 5th, the Cedar their brains healthy, especially
Key Historical Society has in- baby boomers, should attend.
vited Mrs. Nancy Yulee, wife of The program will be held Fri-
David Levy Yulee, and por- day, June 10, 2005at 10:00 a.m.
trayed by Toni Collins, to come at the Gilchrist County Public
to Cedar Key on Friday, June Library. Call the library at 463-
3rd to read from Yulee's diary 3176 and sign up there as well.
about some of the events which -
occurred during the construction Three Rivers Regional Li-
of the Florida Railroad from brary will host summer library
Archer to Cedar Key. events at the Gilchrist County
Yulee, who is referred to as Public Library in Trenton. Be-
the "father of Florida's rail- ginning Thursday, June 9th,
roads" was also a brilliant poli- there will be a program for
tician who served as Florida's youth in grades kindergarten
territorial delegate to Washing- through five at 10:00 a.m. every
ton from 1841 to 1845. When Thursday through the end of
Florida became a state in 1845, June. Younger children are also
Yulee was elected' as Florida's welcome to attend, but the pro-
lone representative to Congress grams will be geared toward the
but resigned when he was age group specified.
elected to the United States A teen program for students,
Senate in that same year. He in grades six through twelve
served until 1851 and again will also be held every Thursday
from 1854 to 1860. While in from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m., June 9t
the Senate, Yulee worked dili- through June 30t. At the June
gently to establish an Internal 9t meeting, there will be acting
Improvement Fund which improvisational games similar
would control public lands and to those on "Whose Line Is It
make them available to build Anyway," but geared toward the
railroads and canals. teen crowd. June 16th will be a
Although Yulee and his fam- book club featuring the book
ily did not reside in Levy Jackaroo by Cynthia Voigt.
County, Yulee had considerable Copies of the book are available
land holdings in Levy County at the library for reading prior to
including an iron mine. The the program. June 23rd features
Yulee family is generally identi- board games such as Scrabble,
fied with their plantation "Cot- chess, Monopoly, Pictionary,
tonwood" located just outside etc. The final week, June 30th,
Archer and their plantation will be a role-playing mystery
:"Mlargariq" situated on Tiger called "A purderouss Melo-
Tail Island in the Homosassa drama." Students must be at
Ri\er in Cirus Countr least 11 years of age and/or
As stated earlier, Nancy ending sixth grade this year and
Yulee will be portrayed by Levy can be as old as 19 to partici-
.County Historian, Toni Collins. pate.
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Teen Book Club
At The Library
Three Rivers Regional Li-
brary System will hold a Book
Club' meeting in conjunction
with the Florida Library Youth
Program (FLYP) for Teens. The
book selected for reading is
Jackaroo by Cynthia Voigt.
Jackaroo is the story of a young
heroine named Gwyn, who lives
in an imaginary time similar to
the middle ages. Known simply
as the Innkeeper's Daughter,
Gwyn has no identity and only
two options for the future:
Marry and become her hus-
band's wife, or stay single and-
serve her younger' brother.
When hard times befall the
Kingdom, Gwyn dons the cos-
tume of Jackaroo, a mysterious
figure who travels the land
leaving coins for the destitute
and saving the wrongly accused
from hanging. While this is a
book with a strong female lead
character, it is suitable for both


male and female readers. The
library has five copies available
for checkout between now and
the date of the book club meet-
ing which is Thursday, June 161h
at 1:00 p.m. at the Gilchrist
County Public Library. It is best
to have read the book before
attending, but that is not a re-
quirement. The program is in-
tended for students in grades six
through twelve.


American Legion,
Legion Auxiliary And
Sons Of American
Legion To Have
Installation June 11
The American Legion Post 91
will host a very important
meeting on June 11, 2005. The
membership of the American
Legion, Women's Auxiliary and
Sons of the American Legion
(S.A.L.) will meet and have
several government, and digni-


tries present for the occasion.
The day will begin with a
breakfast at 8:00 a.m. and will
be followed by a meeting and
installation of officers at 10:00
a.m. Auxiliary Department
President Costella will install
the auxiliary officers. District
Commander of the American
Legion, Phil Hearlson, will in-
stall the Legionnaire Officers.
The SAL Commander will be
installed by National Vice
Commander James Roberts.
Special guests for the instal-
lation ceremonies will be Flor-
ida Legislative members, Will
Kendrick, Larry Cretul and Ed
Jennings. Also in attendance
will be Sheriff David Turner,
Tax Collector Marilyn Bruce,
County Commissioners Sharon
Langford and Kenrick Thomas.
The.school board office will
send Superintendent Buddy
Vickers and Assistant Superin-
tendent Dr. Jim Surrency.
Other officials will include
Judge Ed Philman and Mayor


Pete Randolph. The American
Legion will send Past Depart-
ment Commander Omer Smith;
John Rose, Florida Children &
Youth Chairman; as well as
Northern Area Commander of
the SAL and the seventeenth
District Commander Lindsey
Morris. Others have also been
invited but have not yet con-
firmed their attendance.
Light. refreshments will be
served after the ceremony.
We are very pleased to be in-
stalling the first American Le-
gion Auxiliary officers on this
special day. The officers elect
of the American Legion Auxil-
iary are President Ann
McKinny, Vice President Ge-
neva Cornwell, Treasurer
Miriam Stroupe, Secretary
Teresa Calloway, Chaplain
Midge Everett and Sergeant at
Arms Gladys Calloway.
The American Legion Post 91
and Legion Auxiliary invite you
to come join us.
Midge Everett,


Florida Highway
Patrol
Inspection
Checkpoints
The Florida Highway Patrol
will be conducting driver l'-
cense and vehicle inspection
checkpoints during the follow-
ing dates: June 1-30. 2005.
These checkpoints will be held
at the following locations, in the
following counties:
SDixie: Chavous Rd. CR 55A.
SR 349.,CR 349. CR 351, CR
358. and Willow Hole Road.,
Gilchrist: SR 26 SR 49. SR
47. CR 138, SE 70th Ave. CR
232, CR 340. and CR 341.
Lafayette: SR 20. SR 51, SR
53. and SR 349.
Levy: SR 24, SR 45. SR 49.
SR 51. SR 320. CR 320. CR
341. and CR 345.

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2004 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report
City of Fanning Springs
17651 NW 90th Court
Fanning Springs, FL 32693
We're pleased to present to you this year's Annual Water Quality Report. This report is designed to inform you about the quality water and services we deliver to you every day. Our constant goal is to provide you with a safe and de-
pendable supply of drinking water. We want you to understand the efforts we make to continually improve the water treatment process and protect our water resources. We are committed to ensuring the quality of your water. Fanning
Springs well draws from the Floridan Aquifer. The current active well being used is located by the Kik-A-Ha Subdivision.
The Department of Environmental Protection has performed a Source Water Assessment on our system and a search of the data sources indicated no potential sources of contamination near our well. The assessment results are available
on DEP Source Water Assessment and Protection Program website at http://www.dep.state.fl.us/swapp.
We are pleased to report that our drinking water meets all federal and state requirements.
If you have any questions about this report or concerning your water utility, please contact our Water Manager, Mr. Doyle Frierson at 352-463-2855. We encourage our valued customers to be informed about their water utility. If you
want to learn more, please attend any of our regularly scheduled meetings. They are held on the first Tuesday of every month at 5:00 P.M. at the Cityof Fanning Springs Assembly Hall.
The City of Fanning Springs routinely monitors for contaminants in your drinking water according to Federal and State laws, rules and regulations. Except where indicated otherwise, this report is based on the results of our monitoring
for the period of January 1 to December 31, 2004. Data obtained before January 1, 2004, and presented in this report are from the most recent testing done in accordance with the laws, rules, and regulations.
In the table below you may find unfamiliar terms and abbreviations. To help you better understand these terms, we've provided the following definitions:
Maximum Contaminant Level or MCL: The highest level of a contaminant that is allowed in drinking water. MCLs are set as close to the MCLGs as feasible using the best available treatment technology.
Maximum Contaminant Level Goal or MCLG: The level of a contaminant in drinking water below which there is no known or expected risk to health. MCLGs allow for a margin of safety.
Action Level(AL): The concentration of a contaminant which, if exceeded, triggers treatment or other requirements that a water system must follow.
Maximum residual disinfectant level or MRDL- The highest level of a disinfectant allowed in drinking water. There is convincing evidence that addition of a disinfectant is necessary for control of microbial contaminants.
Maximum residual disinfectant level goal or.MRDLG: The level of a drinking water disinfectant below which there is no known or expected risk to health. MRDLGs to not reflect the benefits of the use of disinfectants to control mi-
crobial contaminants.


Parts per million (ppm) or Milligram per liter (mg/l): One part by weight of analyte to 1 million parts by weight of the water sample.
Parts per billion (ppb) or Micrograms per liter (pg/l): One part by weight of analyte to 1 billion parts by weight of the water sample.
Picocurie per liter (pCi/) measure of the radioactivity in water.

Microbiological Contaminants
Contaminant and Unit of Dates of MCL Highest MCLG MCL Likely Sources
Measurement sampling Violation Monthly ofContamination
(mo./yr.) Y/N Percentage
/Number
Total Coliform Bacteria 12/2004 N 1 0 For systems collecting fewer than Naturally present in
40 samples per month: presence of the environment
coliform bacteria in 1 sample
collected during a month
Contaminant and Unit of Dates of MCL Level Range MCLG MCL Likely Sources
/ Measuremen t sa pling. Violation -Detected, ofResults of Contamination -

Radiological Contaminants
Alpha emitters (pCl/L) 09/2003 N 0.4 N/A' 0 15 Erosion of
natural deposits
Radium 226+228 or 09/2003 N 0.4 N/A 0 5 Erosion of
combined radium (pCl/L) natural deposits
Contaminant and Unit of Dates of sampling MCL Violation Level Range MCLG MCL Likely Sources
Measurement .(mo./yr.) Y/N Detected ofResults ofContamination
Inorganic Contaminants
Barium (ppm) 09/2003 N 0.004 N/A 2 2 Discharge of drilling
wastes; discharge
from metal refineries;
erosion of natural
deposits
Chromium (ppb) 09/2003 N 11 N/A 100. 100 Discharge from steel
and pulp mills;
erosion of natural
deposits
Nickel (ppb) 09/2003 N 4 N/A N/A 100 Pollution from mining
and refining
operations. Natural
occurence insoil
Nitrate (as Nitrogen) (ppm) 09/2003 N 0.382 N/A. 10 10 Runoff from fertilizer
use; leaching from
septic tanks, sewage;
erosion of natural
deposits
Selenium (ppb) 09/2003 N 3 N/A 50 50 Discharge from
petroleum and metal
refineries; erbsian of
natural deposits;
Discharge from mines
Sodium (ppm) 09/2003 N 3.2 N/A N/A 160 Salt water intrusion,
leaching from soil
TTHMs and Stage 1 Disinfectant/Disinfection By-Product (D/DBP) Parameters
Contaminant and Unit of Dates of sampling MCL Violation. Level Range MCLG or MCL or Likely Sources
Measurement (mo./yr.) Y/N Detection ofResults MRDLG MRDL ofContamination
Chlorine (ppm) 01-12/2004 N 1.1 1.0-1.3 MRDLG MRDL Water additive used
= 4 = 4.0 to control microbes
Haloacetic Acids 09/2004 N 5.1 N/A N/A MCL = 60 By-product of drinking
(five) (HAA5) (ppb) water disinfection
TTHM [Total 09/2004 N 6.49 N/A N/A MCL = 80 By-product of drinking
trihalomethanes] (ppb) water disinfection
Contaminant and Unit of Dates of sampling AL Violation 90th Percentile No. of MCLG AL Likely Sources
Measurement (mo./yr.) Y/N Result sampling (Action ofContamination
sites Level)
exceeding
the AL
Lead and Copper (Tap Water)
Copper.(tap water) (ppm) 2003 N 0.2596 0 1.3 1.3 Corrosion of household plumbing systems;
erosion of natural deposits; leaching from
wood preservatives
Lead(tap water) (ppb) 2003 N 4,9 0 0 15 Corrosion of household plumbing systems,
erosion of natural deposits


The sources of drinking water (both tap water and bottled water) include rivers, lakes, streams, ponds, reservoirs, springs, and wells. As water travels over the surface of the land or through'the ground, it dissolves naturally-occurring
minerals and, in some cases, radioactive material, and can pick up substances resulting from the presence of animals or from human activity.
Contaminants that may be present in source water include:
(A) Microbial contaminants, such as viruses and bacteria, which may come from sewage treatment plants, septic systems, agricultural livestock operations, and wildlife.
(B) Inorganic contaminants, such as salts and metals, which can be naturally-occurring or result from urban storm water runoff, industrial or domestic waste water discharges, oil and gas production, mining, or farming.
(C) Pesticides and herbicides, which may come from a variety of sources such as agriculture, urban storm water runoff, and residential uses.
(D) Organic chemical contaminants, including synthetic and volatile organic chemicals, which are by-products of industrial processes and petroleum production, and can also come from gas stations, urban stormwater runoff, and sep-
tic systems.
(E) Radioactive contaminants, which can be naturally occurring or be the result of oil and gas production and mining activities.
In order to ensure that tap water is safe to drink, EPA prescribes regulations which limit the amount of certain contaminants in water provided by public water systems. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations establish
limits for contaminants in bottled water which must provide the same protection for public health.
Drinking water, including bottled water, may reasonably be expected to contain at least small amounts of some contaminants. The presence of contaminants does not necessarily indicate that the water poses a health risk. More infor-
mation about contaminants and potential health effects can be obtained by calling the Environmental Protection Agency's Safe Drinking Water Hotline at 1-800-426-4791.
Thank you for allowing us to continue providing your family with clean, quality water this year. In order to maintain a safe and dependable water supply, we sometimes need to make improvements that will benefit all of our customers.
These improvements are sometimes reflected as rate structure adjustments. Thank you for understanding.
Some people may be more vulnerable to contaminants in drinking water than the general population. Immune-compromised persons such as persons with cancer undergoing chemotherapy, persons who have undergone organ trans-
plants, people with HIV/AIDS or other immune system disorders, some elderly, and infants can be particularly at risk from infections. These people should seek advice about drinking water from their health care providers. EPA/CDC
guidelines on appropriate means to lessen the risk of infection by Cryptosporidium and other microbiological contaminants are available from the Safe Drinking Water Hotline (800-426-4791).
We at The City of Fanning Springs would like you to understand the efforts we make to continually improve the water treatment process and protect our water resources. We are committed to insuring the quality of your water. If you
have any questions or concerns about the information provided, please feel free to call any of the numbers listed.
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Jill Marie Nolan, a native of
Mayo, has already excelled in
he6 first year as a dual business
major at Lake City Community
College (LCCC). She hopes to
advance this dual major into be-
coming a bio-tech entrepreneur.
Immediately after moving into
the dorr on campus, Nolan lost
no time in making herself a part
of the community. In the fall of
2004, she was elected to the
LCCC Student Government As-
sociation (SGA),, serving as sec-
retary. In the past school year,
Nolan was recognized for serv-
in'g as co-chairperson of the
yearly "Spring Fling" event
wjiich served over 400 at-
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Student Government Awards
ceremony. There, she was
sworn in by LCCC President
Chuck Hall in her second term
as secretary of. SGA for the
2005-2006 year.
This spring, she was a mem-
ber of the award-winning Stu-
dents in Free Enterprise (SIFE)
business competition team on
campus. She traveled to Or-
lando with them, where they
won the Southeastern U.S. Re-
gional competition. The team
also won other regional awards
such as: Best Business Ethics
Incorporation, Best Entrepre-
neurial Project, Best Personal
Financial Success Skills project,
and Best Global Economics
project. At the recent Student,
Government Awards ceremony
at LCCC, the SIFE Team ex-
celled with many awards. Dr.
Sheri Carder, SIFE team advi-
sor, says, "Jill has surprised us
all with her 'smarts.' She par-
ticipated in several SIFE semi-
nars, teaching credit and bank-
ing, and business etiquette."
Nolan commented,: "I'm
overwhelmed. This has been a
fantastic first year of college for
me. I never imagined I would
become an integral part of this
college Here, I feel like I can
be m, very best."
A graduate of Lafayette High
School, in Mayo, Nolan was
previously a dual enrollment
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Between high school and
college, she used her time well
by volunteering with the Ameri-
can Red Cross, North Florida
Hospice, the American Cancer
Society, and the Heart Associa-
tion. Her parents are Thomas
Nolan Jr. and the late Carolyn
Ann Nolan.


June 1 12 Tax Free
Period For Hurricane
Preparedness
Purchases
The 2005 Florida Legislature
has enacted and Gosernor Bush
approved a tax-free period for
items that are related to hurri-
cane preparedness. This tax-free
period aill be from 12:01 a.m.
on June 1s to midnight on June
12th.
SNo sales tax will be collected
from the following items during
this period.
Qualifying items selling for
under $20 are any portable self
powered light source, battery-
poered flashlights, battery-
powered lanterns. gas-powered
lanterns and candles.
Qualif\ ing items selling for
$25 or less include any gas or
diesel fuel container.
Qualifying items selling for
$30 or less such are most bat-
teries including rechargeable
ones. Coolers for food storage.
ice chests and..first aid kits are
also included.
Qualifying items selling for
$50 or less include self po% wered
or battery -po\ered radios, two-
way radios, and weather band
radios. Tarpaulins. vis-queen,
ground anchor s stems and tie-
down kits are also included in
the tax exempt items.
Qualifying items selling for
$750 or less include portable
generators that will be used to
provide light or communica-
tions,-or to preserve perishable
food: in the esent of a power
outage due to a hurricane.
Remember you have /until
June 12th to make purchases of
these, hurricane preparedness
items without paying sales tax.

Trenton Community
Blood Drive To Be
Held At Different
Location :
The Trenton community
blood drive, which usually takes
place at the local high school,'
will proudly be hosted by'
Hitchcock's Foodway on Satur-
day, June. 11'h: The drive will
take place between .the hours of
1:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m,. Since
this drive customarily consisted
of primarily student donations,


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Suwannee Valley
League Plays
Chiefland In Minor
Division Babe Ruth
World Series
By Anna Wild
On Tuesday, May 24th, the
Suwannee Valley Leagues' Per-
kins Financial Group minor.
league baseball team competed
against Chiefland's Alan Caplin
Custom Homes team for the
Minor Division Babe Ruth
World Series title in Chiefland.
In game one Jonathan Rowe
pitched for three innings and
earned five strikeouts and also
scored two runs. Hunter Wil-
liams pitched three innings and
had s strikeouts. Hunter Par-
rish made his team proud during
the third inning when he was
three for four v ith a double and
a triple. Then during the fourth
inning Ty Gorton made a great
catch of a fly ball., Clif Bryant
was two for three with a double
and he is also the team's catcher
and did a wonderful job con-
trolling the ball. The score wasg
8 Caplin to 7 Perkins Financial
Group (PFG) at the end' of the..
fifth. Caplin then scored -five
runs in the top of the sixth, put-
ting the game out of reach.
In game two PFG came out
strong as Jonathan Rowe
pitched three innings and had
four strikeouts. Hunter Wil-
liams pitched two innings with'
t\o strikeouts and scored two
runs. Clif Bryant pitched one
inning with one strikeout and.
batted two for three with two
runs. Kyle Wiggins scored two
runs during the game. The
score was six to two SVL when
in the third inning Caplin came
back to score four in the.top of
the fourth, tying the .game.
Caplin then scored two runs in
the top of the fifth making it 8
to 6. S\'L was able to score one
run in the fifth inning but Caplin
scored again in the sixth inning.
The game ended with bitter-
sweet excitement as PFG had
the bases loaded and was ready
to score when they had a good
hit which %\as caught and a
baseman \as tagged out, ending
the,game at 9 to 7, Alan Caplin
Custom Homes. The Caplin
team placed first in the
Chiefland Area Minor Division
Babe Ruth World Series. The
Perkins Financial Grou'p placed
second in-rhe series and should
be highly commended on their
achievement.. The Perkins team
showed true sportsmanlike spirit
and gave 110 percent in both
games.' These young men truly
made Gilchrist County proud!
Perkins record is 18 wins, four
losses and one tie.


getting members of the commu-
nity to come out and help bol-
ster the local blood supplN is
imperative.
"With the summer months
approaching fast. it is incredibly
important to make up for the
loss of donations %we would
typically get by having this
dri&e at the school," said Windy
Moore, branch manager for
LifeSouth Community Blood
Centers- Cisitan Region. "In-
creased travel over the summer
Leads to an increase in the
amount of blood that is needed
by the local hospitals. We want
to be prepared to provide ade-
quately for them."
All donors will ha\e the
: amazing opportunity to be en-
tered in a drawing to win one of
three gift certificates donated by
Suwannee Valley Quilt Shop.
Best Drugs and Gifts, or Hair
Performance. For each donation
made in 2005. those %\ho give
blood will also be entered in a
drawing to win a new Pontiac
G6 from Wade Raulerson
Pdntiac. The draw ing will be
held in earl\ 2006. Potential
winners must be 18 years of age
and are responsible for paying
tax, tag and title fees.
For more information about
Becoming a blood donor, please
contact LifeSouth at k352) 334-
1000 or visit www.lifesouth.ofg.
Donors must be at least 17 years
old, weigh 110 pounds or more,
and have a valid photo I.D.
LifeSouth is the sole blood
supplier for 39 medical facilities
in 17 counties in North Central
Florida including Shands at UF,
the VA Medical Center, and
North Florida regional Medical
Center. LifeSouth is a nonprofit,
volunteer blood center supply-
ing more than 110 medical cen-
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Georgia.


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Harrell, Kyle i and Todd Bryant, head coach.


Foreign Teens Need
Your Help
Pacific Intercultural E\-
change. a non-profit and CSIET
approved program. is looking
for 40 caring Florida families to
host high school students from
Brazil. Germany, Mexico,
Venezuela, Thailand, South Ko-
rea,, Russia, Ukraine, Eurasia,
Belgium, Netherlands, Norway,
Denmark, China, Yemen. Syria,
Pakistan and other countries for
the upcoming school year., The
students are 15,18 years of age
and will begin arriving in
August to spend the coming
semester or school \ear \th aJ
caring host family while at-
tending the local high school. .
There is .no such thing as a
typical host family. Whether
you are a single parent, retired,
have small children, teens or no
children, you can have a great
experience hosting an interna-
tional teen!
The students are prescreened,
speak English and look forward
,to- learning about our culture
.while teaching us about their
country. The\ ha\e medical in-
surance, and their own spending
clothing, school supplies and
entertainment. Host families
.provide a loving home, meals
and a place to stay. Host fami-
lies are nt~t paid, but may be:
able to claim a $50 per month
charitable contribution on, their
income tax.
Bring the world to your door-
step. Call PIE today at 888-
PIE-U.S.A.-1 or regional coor-
dinator, Patricia Littrell at 877-
534-3144.


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rain. Mountains can't be con-
quered:; ou conquer yourself -
Sour hopes, our fears.
-Jim Whitaker
1s' American to reach the
summit of Mt. Everest


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Mr. Kenneth H.
Carlisle
Mr. Kenneth H. Carlisle of
Trenton died Thursday, May 26,
2005 in Gainesville. He was
51.
Mr. Carlisle was born in
Trenton and was a lifelong resi-
dent of Gilchrist County. He
was a retired law enforcement
officer with the Gilchrist
County Sheriff's Department.
Mr. Carlisle was of the Baptist
faith and a foster parent of
many children.
He was preceded in death by
his parents, Buck and Doris
Carlisle; and three brothers,
Caul Carlisle, Buddy Carlisle,
and Herman Carlisle.
Mr. Carlisle is survived by his
wife, Kaye Langford Carlisle of
Trenton; a daughter, Heather.
Carlisle Bowland of Trenton;
eight sons, Dustin Carlisle,
Heath Carlisle, Lyle Parrott,
Jesse Rodgers, Robbie Ozment,
Eli Labry and Jose Maldonado,
all of Trenton, and David
"Bird" Beasley of Gainesville;
four sisters, Daphene Langford,
Marilyn Bruce and Vanessa
Beach, all. of Trenton and
Nancy Winkler of Palatka; and
eight grandchildren.
A funeral service was held
Sunday, May 29, 2005. at Wat-
son Funeral Home Chapel. In-
terment will be held at a later
date.
Arrangements were under the
care of WATSON FUNERAL
HOME, Trenton.


Mrs. Robbie R.
Griffin
Mrs. Robbie R. Griffin of
Bell died Tuesday, May 24,
2005 in Gainesville. She was
.83.
Mrs. Griffin was born in St.
Petersburg and came to this area
from Pinellas County in 1971.
She was a secretary and a mem-
ber of Priscilla Baptist Church.
She was preceded in death by
her husband, Joseph Griffin.
Mrs. Griffin is survived by
three daughters, Joanne Lay of
Indian Rocks Beach, Linda Bell
and Milli Blalock both of Bell;
eight grandchildren; and 19
great-grandchildren.
A funeral service was held
Thursday, May 26, 2005 at
Priscilla Baptist Church with
Rev. Randy Peters and Rev.
Don Wilke conducting the
service. Interment followed at
Priscilla Baptist Church Ceme-
tery.
Arrangements were under the
care of WATSON FUNERAL
HOME, Trenton.


Mrs. Lucille Johnson
Mrs. Lucille Johnson of Live
Oak died at Shands in Live Oak
after a long illness. She was 77.
The Malone, Florida native
moved to Live Oak in 1999
from Gilchrist County. She was
a member of the Mayo.Baptist
Church.
Mrs. Johnson is survived by a
daughter, Catherine and Jerry
Trail of Live Oak; three sisters,


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Attention Most Wanted
If you have a warrant or summons, you may turn
yourself into the Gilchrist County Sheriff's Office
located at 9239 S. US Hwy 129 in Trenton. To avoid
processing delays for first appearance, please show up at
the Sheriffs Office no later than 5:00 am. In addition,
at anytime of the-day or night, you may call the GCSO
Communications Center at (352) 463-3181 and ask for a
deputy sheriff to pick you up.
Tipsters can remain anonymous.


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Chrystelle Rodgers of Bascom,
Myrtle Boner of Ocoee and
Gertrude Smith of Columbus,
Georgia; two brothers, James
Conrad of Bascom and Chester
Conrad; three grandchildren;
and three great-grandchildren.
A memorial service was held
Friday May 27, 2005 at the
Mayo Baptist Church with Rev.
Roy Saint conducting the serv-
ice.
Arrangements were under the
care of DANIELS FUNERAL
HOME, Live Oak.

Mr. William Herbert
Rain Sr.
Mr. William Herbert Rain Sr.
of Bell died Friday, May 27,
2005 at Tri-County Hospice in
Chiefland. He was 70.
Mr. Rain was born in New-
berry and was a lifelong resi-
dent of Gilchrist County. He
was a carpenter and a member
of Union Baptist Church. He
was also a member of William
T. Carlton Masonic Lodge #46,
Scottish Rites of Ocala and a
Shriner with Morocco Temple.
He was preceded in death by
his son, William Ronald Rain.
Mr. Rain is survived by his
wife, Mary Brown Rain; a
daughter, Alwilda (Bruce) Stud-
still of Trenton; two sons, Wil-
liam Herbie (Angie) Rain Jr.
and Howard Darrell Rain, both
of Bell; two brothers, J.M. Rain
of Bell and Marion Rain of
Kathleen; six grandchildren;
and two great-grandchildren.
A funeral service will be held
Thursday, June 2, 2005 at Un-
ion Baptist Church with Pastor
Dave Curty and Brother Billy
Philman conducting the service.
Interment will be held with Ma-
sonic Graveside Rites at Union
Baptist Church Cemetery.
Arrangements are under the
care of WATSON FUNERAL
HOME, Trenton.


Mr. Fredrick Shelton
Roberts Sr.
Mr. Fre.drick Shelton Roberts
Sr. of Bell died Sunday, May
29, 2005 in Lake Butler. He
was 84.
Mr. Roberts was born in Plant
City and came to this area from
Baker County 30 years ago. He
was a railroad agent/operator,
served in the 'United States'
Army and was a member of Mt.
Nebo Baptist Church.
He is survived by his wife,
Dorothy Thomas Roberts of
Bell; a daughter, Dorothy Susan
Whitehead of Lake Butler; two
sons, Fredrick S. Roberts Jr. of
Baldwin and David T. Roberts
of Jacksonville; eight grand-
children; and five great-
grandchildren.
A funeral service was held
Wednesday, June 1, 2005 at Mt.
Nebo Baptist Church with Pas-
tor Jimmy Corbin and Rev. Ray
Busk conducting the -service.
-Interment followed at Town-
send Cemetery in Bell.
Arrangements were under the
care of WATSON FUNERAL
HOME, Trenton.


FWC Weekly Report
May 20-26
This report represents some
significant events the FWC
handled over the past week;
however, it does not include all
actions taken by the Division of
Law Enforcement.
NORTH CENTRAL
REGION
ALACHUA COUNTY
On May 23", Officer Zachary
Clark was conducting land pa-
trol in Lochloosa Wildlife Man-
agement Area (WMA) when he
observed a parked car on the
side of the road. After follow-
ing an obvious path into the
woods, he came upon a subject
in possession of a shovel and
some archaeological finds. Af-
ter a short interview, the subject
admitted to excavating the finds
there along with some at his
residence. All finds were seized
and he was cited under
FS267.13, which bans finds
from state controlled lands. The"
47 items were stored as evi-
dence at the Crystal River Of-
fice.

SDIXIE COUNTY
Levy and'Dixie counties' of-
ficers made numerous marine
resource cases representing sev-
eral species to include grouper,
redfish, and shark. The warm
weather has prompted fish and
fishermen to appear in greater
numbers. An over-the-bag limit
of redfish case was the same in-
dividual who was caught
months before with a gill net
aboard his boat. The fish were
found concealed below a ply-
wood sub floor.

TAYLOR COUNTY COPS
On May 21st, Taylor County
Officers assisted the Perry Op-
timist Club in their 15th annual
saltwater fishing tournament.
The fishing tournament is a
charity event where 100 percent
Sof the proceeds go to children's
programs in Taylor County.
The event attracted more than
500 fishermen and raised over
$36,000. The officers assisted
with the weighing and measur-
ing of fish during the event.

TAYLOR COUNTY ,
This past week culminated a
three-week detail targeting un-
lawful harvest and/or possession
of fish along the Taylor County
coast; The enforcement efforts
yielded 44 cases involving trout,
redfish, cobia, grouper and am-
berjack.


LCCC Board Meets
June 14
The Lake City Community
College District Board of Trus-
tees will meet at 4 p.m., Tues-
day, June 14, 2005, in the
LCCC Board Room. The Dis-
trict Board of Trustees is ap-
pointed by the governor and the
trustees' term is for a four-year
period. Anyone in thecollege's
district may send a nomination
to the governor for trustee ap-
pointments.
LCCC is a two-year commu-
nity college locally governed
and publicly .supported. The
college serves a five-county


door for $25.
The club is seeking table
sponsors for this event. There
are many levels of sponsorship
available for this activity. Any-
one interested in sponsorship
should contact Barbara at 528-
4894.
Previous events have bene-
fited Boggy Creek Camp,
March of Dimes, The Levy
County Schools Foundation,
Inc., and the Williston Youth
Athletic Association. The total
contributions to these organiza-
tions have exceeded $20,000 in
donations.
The evening will include a
silent auction, door prizes, and
live auctions with winnings
throughout the night. Admis-
sion includes $10,000 in gaming
chips, complimentary buffet and
a great time! For more infor-
mation, please contact Monique
at 529-0246.


A Security Title Compan




(352-463-6403)

Gregory V. Beauchamp
Douglas K. McKoy


S&S Charities Golf
Tournament
Successful
The Fifth Annual S&S Chari-
ties Golf Tournament was held
at Southern Oaks Golf Club on
April 15, 2005, and was very
successful. This year, $54,870
was raised to benefit the LCCC
Foundation and its Take Stock'
in Children Program, as well as
Hospice of North Central Flor-
ida. Both organizations were
awarded $27,435 each, which
resulted in $2,935 more than
first anticipated and reported.
The S&S Charities Golf Tour-
nament has donated $237,782 to
selected charities since the first
annual golf tournament began in
2000.


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Public Record Searches
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Trenton, Florida
(Located next door to Courthouse)


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HEALTH


GILCHRIST COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT


Well Child & Newborn Care
School & Sports Physicals
Chronic & Acute Care
Communicable Disease
Maternity Care By UF Dept. OB/GYN


Family Planning
School Health Services
TB Testing
Laboratory Procedures
Healthy Start Services


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HIV Anonymous & Confidential Testing
Attention Deficit Disorder Evaluation & Treatment

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Hospice of North Central Florida representative; Lester and Anne Scaff, Scaffs S&S
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Gilchrist Title Services


district that includes Baker,
Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist, and
Union counties. LCCC is ac-
credited by the Commission on
Colleges of the Southern Asso-
ciation of Colleges and Schools
to award the associate degree.
A complete agenda will be
available prior to the meeting.
For more information contact
the public information office at
(386) 754-4248. This meeting
is open to the public.

Casino Night To
Benefit Habitat For
Humanity Suwannee
Valley And Levy
County Schools
Foundation, Inc.
The GFWC Williston Junior
Woman's Club has scheduled
Casino Night for July 23, 2005
at the Williston Highlands Golf
and Country Club at 7:00 p.m.
The country club is located on
Highway 121. The proceeds
from this event will benefit
Habitat For Humanity Suwan-
nee Valley and Levy County
Schools Foundation, Inc.
Advance tickets are available
for $20 at Perkins State Bank
from Julie Thorrington and any
GFWC Williston Junior
Woman's Club member. Tick-
ets will also be available at the


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THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 2005


Legal

Notices

NOTICE OF MEETING
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE, the
Gilchrist County Board of County
Commissioners, in and for Gilchrist
County, Florida, will hold a regular
meeting on Monday, June 6, 2005,
at 1:15 p.m., in the Board of County
Commissioners Meeting Room, lo-
cated at 210 South Main Street,
Trenton, Florida. The following is
a;proposed agenda.
AGENDA
1, Call to Order (1:15 p.m.)
2. Agenda Changes
3. Consent Agenda
4 Attorney's Report
5. Road Department
61' Clerk's Report
7. EMA/County Administrator's
Report
8. Commissioners' Reports

9. Time Certain Items:
a. 3:30 p.m. Public Hearing, Or-
dinance 05-01
b. 4:00 p.m. EMS Workshop
(MSTU)
c. 4:15 p.m. Citizen's Request,
Kiernan
d. 4:30 p.m. Public Hearing, Re-
calculation for Fuel Tax
10. Old Business
11. New Business
12. Public Participation
:13. Adjourn
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(Voice & TDD) or via Florida Re-
lay Service (800) 955-8771."
PLEASE BE ADVISED that if
a person decides to appeal any deci-
sion made by the Commission with
respect to any matter considered at
said hearing, that person will need a
record of the proceedings, and that
for such purpose, that person may
need to insure that a verbatim re-
cord is made, which record includes
the testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal is' to be based.
BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
GILCHRIST COUNTY,
FLORIDA
MITCHELL GENTRY,
CHAIRMAN
ATTEST:
JOSEPH W. GILLIAM, CLERK
Pub. June 2, 2005b.

CITY OF FANNING SPRINGS
CITY COUNCIL WORKSHOP
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the City Council of the City of Fan-
ning Springs will meet in a work-
shop on Friday, June 3, 2005 at 12
Noon until 2:00 p.m. in The City
Hall Assembly Room at 17651 NW
90* Court:
The Agenda is:
1. Impact Fees
2. Waterline Extension
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE Pursu-
ant to Florida Statute 286.0105 that
if a person decides to appeal any
decision made by the City Council
with respect to any matter consid-
ered at such meeting he/she may
need to ensure that a verbatim re-
cord of the proceedings is made.
Which record includes the testi-
mony and evidence upon which the
appeal is to be based.
DATED this 27th day of May
2005.
By: Sheila Watson
City Clerk of
City Of Fanning Springs, Florida.
Pub. June 2, 2005b.


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NOTICE OF PUBLIC
MEETING
PLEASE BE ADVISED that the
Gilchrist County School Board will
conduct a 'meeting on Tuesday,
June 07, 2005 at 10:00 A.M. in
Building 14, Board Room 14-002
located at 310 NW 11th Avenue,
Trenton, Florida.
Following is the agenda:
OPENING CEREMONIES
1. Approval of Agenda
2. Approval of Minutes
3. Citizen Input/Delegations
4. Operations
5. Personnel
6. Student Services
7. Removal of Items from
Consent Agenda
8. Consent Agenda
9. Reports
10. Executive Session
.NOTE: In accordance with the
Americans with Disabilities Act,
persons requiring an interpreter or
special accommodations to enable
them to participate in this meeting
are requested to notify the Office of
the School Superintendent at 352-
463-3200 at least forty-eight (48)
hours prior to the scheduled meet-
ing date so provisions can be made.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that
if a person decides to appeal any
decision made'by the Board with
respect to any matter considered at
such meeting, he will need a record
of the proceedings and that for such
purpose, he may need to ensure that
a verbatim record of the proceed-
ings is made, which record includes
the testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be based.
James E. Vickers,
Superintendent of Schools
Pub. June 2, 2005b.

PUBLIC NOTICE
REGULAR MEETING
AGENDA
CITY OF TRENTON
The Board of Commissioners, in
and for the City of Trenton, Florida
will meet on Monday, June 6, 2005
at 6:00 p.m. in the Kathryn Deen
Commission Chambers, 114 N.
Main Street. Items included on the
agenda are as follows:
A. Call To Order
B. Adoption of Agenda
C. Approval of Minutes
D. Consent Items
1. Approval of Expendi-
tures for the Month of
April 2005
2. Approval of Financial
Statements for the
Nlonth of April 2005
E. Other Agencies
1. Posell & Jones Audit
Report, Richard Powell
2. SRWNID Update on
Wellfield Project, Jon
Dinges
3., ,h1il ,Engineeriqg Pro-
ject Updates. Phil
Chance
4. Code Enforcement, Di-
ane Rondolet
F. Committee Reports
1. Fire, Commissioner
Kincaid
G. Action Items
1 Mosher Land Offer,
(Rowland Blvd), W.R.
Mosher
2. Silo Signage, Paul Redd
3. Florida Crown
Workforce Participa-
tion, Pal Taylor
H. Discussion Items

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2. Citizens Watch and Ve-
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3. Water and Sewer Spe-
cial Assessment
4. Florida Highway Prod-
ucts, Inc.
5. Railroad Utility Ease-
ment for Pines Estate
6. Commercial Septic
Tank Dumping into new
Sewer Plant
Board Member Request
City Manager Report
Staff Reports
1. City Attorney, David M.
Lang, Jr.
2. Fire Report, Jimmy
Branning
3. Police Report, William
A. Smith, Jr.
Unscheduled Citizens


Request
M. Adjournment
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that
if a person decides to appeal any
decision made by the Board with
respect to any matter considered at
this meeting, he/she will need a re-
cord of the proceedings, and that,
such purpose, he/she may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be
.based.
Michael Lamar
City Manager
Pub. June 2, 2005b.

NOTICE OF EMS WORKSHOP
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE, the
Gilchrist County Board of County
Commissioners, will hold an EMS
Workshop on Monday, June 6,
2005 at 4:00 p.m. in the Gilchrist
County Board of County Commis-
sioners Meeting Facility, located
210 South Main Street, Trenton,'
Florida.
Persons with disabilities re-
questing reasonable accommoda-
tions to participate in this proceed-
ing should contact (352) 463-3169
(Voice & TDD) or via Florida Re-
lay Service (800) 955-8771.
PLEASE BE ADVISED that if
a person decides to appeal any deci-
sion made by the Commission with
respect to any matter considered at
said hearing, that person will need a
record of the proceedings, and that
for such purpose, that person may
need to insure that a verbatim re-
cord is made, which record includes
the testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal is:to be based.
Pub. June 2, 2005b.

NOTICE OF MEETING
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE, the
Impact Fee Committee, appointed
.by the Gilchrist County Board of
County Cormnmssionersl'will, hold 'a
Committee Meeting 'on 'Monday,"
June 6, 2005 at 10:00 a.m. in the
Gilchrist County Board'of County
Commissioners Meeting Facility,
located 210 South Main Street,
Trenton, Florida.
Persons with disabilities re-
questing reasonable accommoda-
tions to participate in this proceed-
ing should contact (352) 463-3169
(Voice & TDD) or via Florida Re-
lay Service (800) 955-8771.
PLEASE BE ADVISED that if
a person decides to appeal any deci-
sion made by the Commission with
respect to any matter considered at
said hearing, that person will need a
record of the proceedings, and that
for such purpose, that person may
need to insure that a verbatim re-
cord is made, which record includes
the testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be based.
Pub. June 2, 2005b.


NOTICE OF
PUBLIC HEARING
CONCERNING A SPECIAL
EXCEPTION AS PROVIDED
FOR IN THE GILCHRIST
COUNTY LAND
DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS
BY THE PLANNING AND
ZONING BOARD OF
GILCHRIST COUNTY,
FLORIDA, NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that, pursuant to Ordinance
No. 93-04, as amended, comments,
objections and recommendations
concerning the following described
special exception as provided for in
the Gilchrist County Land Devel-
opment Regulations, hereinafter re-
ferred to as the Land Development
Regulations, will be heard by the
Planning and Zoning Board of Gil-
christ County, Florida, at a public
hearing on June 16, 2005 at 7:00
p.m., or as soon thereafter as this
matter can be heard, in the BOCC
Annex Meeting Room, County
Courthouse, located at 210 Sbuth
Main Street, Trenton, Florida. The
following will be considered:
SE 04-05 an application
Dennis E. Sweeney a Special Ex-
ception be granted as provided in
Section 4.5.5 of the Land Devel-
opment Regulations to allow
Grass Aircraft Runway in an Ag-
ricultural-2 (A-2) zoning district.
The property is described as fol-
lows:
The Northeast One-Quarter of
the Northeast One-Quarter (NE 1/4
of NE 1/4) of Section 27, Township
8 South, Range 14 East, Gilchrist
County, Florida, less and except
road rights of way.
The public hearing may be con-
tinued to one or more future dates.
An interested party shall be advised
that the date, time and place of any
continuance of the public hearing
shall be announced during the pub-
lic hearing and that no further no-
tices concerning this matter will be
published, unless said continuation
exceeds six 'calendar -weeks from


the date of the above referenced
public hearing.
At the aforementioned public
hearing, all interested parties may
appear to be heard with respect to
the proposed special exception.
A copy of the application for
special exception is available for
public inspection at the Office of
the building Department, located at
209 Southeast First Street, Trenton,
Florida, during regular business
hours.
All persons are advised that if
they decide to appeal any decision
made at the above referenced public
hearing, they will need a record of
the proceedings, and that, for such
purpose, they may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the pro-
ceedings is made, which record in-
cludes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be
based.
Pub. June 2, 2005b.


NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
CONCERNING A SPECIAL
EXCEPTION AS PROVIDED
FOR IN THE GILCHRIST
COUNTY LAND
DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS
BY THE PLANNING AND
ZONING BOARD OF
GILCHRSIT COUNTY,
FLORIDA, NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that, pursuant to Ordinance
No. 93-04, as amended, comments,
objections and recommendations
concerning the following described
special exception as provided for in
the Gilchrist County Land Devel-
opment Regulations, hereinafter re-
ferred to as the Land Development
Regulations, will be heard by the
Planning and Zoning Board of Gil-
christ County, Florida, at a public
hearing on June 16, 2005 at 7:00
p.m., or as soon thereafter as this
matter can be heard, in the BOCC
Annex Meeting Room, County
Courthouse, located at 210 South
Main Street, Trenton, Florida. The
following will be considered:
SE 04-04 an application by
John C. & Deborah G. Stallings
requesting a Special Exception be
granted as provided in Section
4.5.5 of the Land Development
Regulations to allow a recrea-
tional vehicle in an Environmen-
tally Sensitive Area 2 (ESA-2)
zoning district. The property is
described as follows:
PARCEL 1
A tract of land situated in Section
8, Township 9 South, Range 14
East, Gilchrist County, Florida,
said tract of land being more par-
ticularly described as follows:
Commence at the Northwest cor-
ner of the aforementioned Section
8, Township 9 South, Range 14
East, for the point of beginning
and run North 89 deg., 12 min.,
01 sec., East, along the North line
of said Section 8, a distance of
605.27 feet; thence run South 01
deg., 00 min., 29 sec., East, a dis-
tance of 724.54 feet to the North-
erly right of way line of a County
Graded Road (66 foot right of
way); thence run South 88 deg.,
32 min., 45 sec., West, along said
Northerly right of way line, a dis-
tance of 504.60 feet to the begin-
ning of a curve concave North-
easterly, said curve having a
radius of 100.00 feet; thence run
Northwesterly, along said right of
way line and with said curve,
through an arc angle of 90 deg.,
27 min., 41 sec., an arc distance of
157.88 feet (chord bearing and
distance of North 46 deg., 13 min.
36 sec., West, 141.98 feet; respec-
tively) to the end of said curve;
thence run North 00 deg., 59
rmin., 56 sec., West, along the
Easterly right of way line of
County Graded Road, a distance
of 630.65 feet to the point of be-
ginning.
PARCEL 2
Tract of land situated in Section
8, Min Township 9 South, Range
4 East, Gilchrist County, Florida,
said tract of land being more par-
ticularly described as follows:
Commence at the Northwest cor-
ner of the aforementioned Section
8, Township 9 South, Range 14
East for the point of reference
and run North 89 deg., 12 min.,
01 sec., East, along the North line
of said Section 8, a distance of
605.27 feet to the true point of
beginning; thence continue North
89 deg., 12 min., 01 sec., East,
along said North line a distance
of 608.10'feet; thence run South
01 deg., 00 sec., 29 sec., East, par-
allel with and 100 feet West of the
East line of the Northwest 1/4 of
the Northwest 1/4 of said Section
8, a distance of 717.59 feet to the
Northerly right of way line of a
County Graded Road (66 foot
right of way); thence run South
88 deg., 32 min., 45 sec., West,
along said right of way line, a dis-
tance of 608.11 feet; thence run
North 01 deg., 00 sec., 29 sec.,
West, a distance of 724.54 feet to.
the true point of beginning.
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 continuance of the public
hearing shall be announced during
the public hearing and that no fur-
ther notices concerning this matter
will be published, unless said con-
tinuation exceeds six calendar
weeks from the date of the above
referenced public hearing.
At the aforementioned public
hearing, all interested parties may
appear to be heard with respect to
the proposed special exception.
A copy of the application for
special exception is available for
public inspection at the Office of


the building Department, located at
209 southeast First Street, Trenton,
Florida, during regular business
hours.
All persons are advised that if
they decide to appeal any decision
made at the above referenced public
hearing, they will need a record of
the proceedings, and that, for such
purpose, they may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the pro-
ceedings is made, which record in-
cludes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be
based. -
Pub. June 2, 2005b.


STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF
ENVIRONMENTAL
PROTECTION NOTICE OF
PROPOSED AGENCY ACTION
The Department of Environ-
mental Protection give Notice of its
Intent to Issue to Gilchrist County
Board of County Commissioners a
permit to continue to operate and
maintain the Gilchrist County
Waste Tire Collection Center, lo-
cated at 1659 NW 10" Street, Bell,
Florida, Gilchrist County.
The Department's file on this
matter is available for public in-
spection during normal business
hours, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Mon-
day through Friday, except legal
holidays, at 7825 Baymeadows
Way, Suite 200B, Jacksonville,
Florida 32256.
A person whose substantial inter-
ests are affected by the above pro-
posed agency action may petition
for an administrative determination
(hearing) under sections 120.569


S.


and 120.57 of the Florida Statutes.
The petition must contain the in-
formation set forth below and must
be filed (received) in the Depart-
ment's Office of General Counsel;
Marjory Stoneman Douglas Build-
ing, 3900 Commonwealth Boule-
vard, Mail Station 35, Tallahassee,
Florida 32399-3000. Petitions filed
by any persons other than those en-
titled to written notice under section
120.60(3) of the Florida Statutes
must be filed within 14 days of
publication of this notice or receipt
of the written notice, whichever oc-
curs first. The petitioner shall mail
a copy of the petition to the appli-
cant at the address indicated above
at the time of filing. The failure of
any person to file a petition within
the appropriate time period shall
constitute a waiver of that person's
right to request an administrative
determination (hearing) under sec-
tions 120.569 and 120.57 of the
Florida Statutes, or to intervene in
this proceeding and participate as a
party to it. Any subsequent inter-
vention (in a proceeding initiated
by another party) will be only at the
discretion of the presiding officer
upon the filing of a motion in com-
pliance with Rule 28-106.205 of the
Florida Administrative Code.
A petition that disputes the mate-
rial facts on which the Depart-
ment's action is based must contain
the following information:
(a) The name,- address, and
telephone number of each
petitioner, the applicant's
name and address, the De-
partment File Number
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Notices
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(b) A statement of how and
when each petitioner re-
ceived notice of the De-
partment's action or pro-
posed action;
(c) A statement of how each
petitioner's substantial in-
terests are affected by the
Department's action or pro-
posed action;
(d) A statement of all material
facts disputed by'petitioner
or a statement that there are
S no disputed facts;
S(e) A statement of facts which
the petitioner contends war-
rant reversal or modification
of the Department's action
'or proposed action;
(f)' A statement 'ff which rules
or statutes the petitioner
contends require reversal or
moditicauon of the Depart-
Sment's action or proposed
action; and :
'(g) A statement of the relief
sought by the petitioner,
Stating precisely the action
S the petitioner wants the De-
:'partment to take with re-
spect to the Department's
action or proposed action.
A petition that does not dispute
the material facts on which the De-.
partment's' action is based shall
state that no such facts are in dis-


pute and otherwise shall contain the
same information as set forth
above, as required by Rule 28-
106.301 of the Florida Administra-
tive Code.
Because the administrative
hearing process is designed to for-
mulate final agency action, the fil-
ing of a petition means that the De-
partment's final action may be
different from the position taken by
it in this notice. Persons whose
substantial interests will be affected
by any such final decision of the
Department have the right to peti-
tion to become party to the pro-
ceeding, in accordance with the re-
quirements set forth above.
In accordance with Section
120.573, F.S., the Department ad-
vises that mediation is not available
in this case as an alternative to fil-
ing a petition for an administrative
determination.
Pub. June 2, 2005b.

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SJarnersoi Sheffield Post 91, Inc.
P. 0. Box 559, Trenton, Florida 32693
POST 91 NEWS
Post Commander: Waine Gravely 352-472-2252
Vice Coum1ander: Cecil Robinson -386-935-3711
Chaplain,: Aarilyn Williams 352-463-7031

Last Sunday, Ma, .29, some members of our Post 41 Legion
Family bade farewell to one of our ov. n. Legionnaire Patricia I Pattye
Scott. at a memonal service at the First Liruted Methodist Church in
Trenton She died on Ma) 20th at the \ A Hospital in Gaines ile of
ovarian cancer Former husband and close friend. Norman Scott. told
us.she was.not aware of this cancer until she went in for another
matter on Monda\. Nla\ 16th Keep Norman and Pate's farrul in
your prayers Pair had been a member of Post 91 for some \ears
now andx e \ 'ill miss her and her smile. May God bless and keep her
always. '
Because the regular monthly, meeting on June llth i\ ll be mainly
Installations, -allPost business will be conducted at the Execuiive
Contmmitee meeting on Thursday. June 9th, at the Canton House
Restaurant on East Wade Street iSR-26) in Trenton. We.will meet at
7:00 PM One order of business \\ ll be the recent changes made to
the Post b',-laj..s The Po-I Adiutant %ill read these changes and the
:,vote will take'place at the July monthly meeting All Legionnaires are
invited to attend these meetings; Other items 1 kill concern the
Installation Agenda and the order of business for Saiturdaj. June 11.
Scholarship Chairman Major Stroupe has ir, tied the Eli Read
Scholarship winners to attend the meeting on Saturday and read their
essays. No information as yet if these young folks will attend
Friday, June 10th, will be a Post Work-Day to get the final touches
on the building toe readyfor the nt ti Day. If ou hae the
time, come on out there is plenty to do. If )ou ha,.e a favorite broom
or mop. bring it We hi\e some at the Post and '\e can help \ou fit
them to your hand, just come on our-and join the fun' No real
experience necessary, we can train you on the job. Senously. % e ha\ e
a number of cleaning chores that need to be done to make the Post
more presentable for the guests that are coming for this program. so
come on out. The doors will be open by OS 00 on Friday morning and
the coffee will be perking. With enough help, the jobs s ll be eas)
and fun. Get to know your fellow Legionnaires and Aulliary
members. All of our 'family' is invited to turn out for this "par ,.
The American Legion is a nationally chartered Veteran Ser ice
Organization. Like the VFW, it is a 'wartime veterans organization'
and the dates for eligibility are set by Congress. For the Amencan
Legion, eligibility requires at least ONE DAY' orf active duty in the
US Armed Forces during one of the 'eras' set forth by Congress. The
WWI era is from April 6, 1917 November 11, 1918. The WWII era
is from December 7, 1941 December 31, 1946. The Korean era is
June 25, 1950 January 31, 1955. The Vietnam era is from February
28, 1961 May 7,.1975. The Grenada era is from August 24. 1982 -
July 31, 1984. The Panama era is from December 20. 19S9 January
31, 1990, From August 2, 1990, "until the cessation of hostilities' as
determined by the US Government, is the latest 'era'. If you or
someone you know served at least one day on active duty during
theses' eras, and if they are interested in working for the veteran, the.
community and the youth in our communities, come see us in the
American Legion. We have programs for many different hands to
work for a common goal. The Post 91 family includes the American
Legion Auxiliary, the Sons of the American Legion and the
American Legion veterans, all working to make it better for
America's veterans and their families.
Remember our Armed Forces all over the world every day in your
thoughts and prayers. Here at home, watch over our Legionnaires,
veterans, widows and the families of those called to active duty,
helping out however and whenever you can.
For God and Country,
Wayne Gravely,
Jamerson-Sheffield Post 91
American Legion


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF THESTATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR,
GILCHRIST COUNTY'
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 21 -205-CA-015
CU MEMBERS MORTGAGE, A
DIVISION OF COLONIAL SAV-
INGS,.F.A.,
Plaintiff, '
vs.
JOEL E. TOMPKTNS. THE UN- :
KNOWN SPOUSE OF JOELE. :
TOMPKINS; AMY L. TOMPKINS
A/KiA ANMARILLISLYNN ..-
TOMPKINS. THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF .AMY L. TONMPKINS
VA/KA AMARILLIS LYNN
TOMPKINS. IF LIVING. IN-
CLUDING ANY UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF SAID DEFEN-
DANTiS i. IF REMARRIED, AND
IF DECEASED. THE RESPEC-.
TIVE UNKNOWN HEIRS. DEVI-
SEES. GRANTEES. ASSIGNEES.
CREDITORS, LIENORS. AND
TRUSTEES. AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS CLAIMING BY1 ,
THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST THE NAMED DE-
FENDANTISi: HOUSEHOLD FI-
NANCE CORPORATION III:
'WHETHER DISSOLVED.OR
PRESENTLY EXISTING, TO-
GETHER WITH ANY GRANT-
EES. ASSIGNEES. CREDITORS.
LIENORS. OR TRUSTEES OF
SAID DEFENDANTISi AND ALL
OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING
BY THROUiGH. UNDER. OR,
AGAINST DEFENDANTSS;
UNKNOWN TENANT #1; UN-
KNOWN TENANT #2. s,,, :
S. i NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that, pur-
suant to a Final Summary Judgment
of Foreclosure entered in the abose-
styled, cause, in the Circuit Court of
Gilchrist County, Florida, I will sell
*the property situate in Gilchrist
County, Florida, described as:
, THE WEST HALF OF THE
NORTHEAST QUARTER OF
STHE. NORTHEAST QUARTER
,OF- THE: NORTHWEST
QUiARTER OF SECTION 4,
TOWNSHIP 9 SOUTH, RANGE
16 EAST, GILCHRIST
COUNTY, FLORIDA INCLUD-
ING 25 FEET RIGHT OF WAY
ON THE SOUTH SIDE. ALL
LYING. AND BEING IN GIL-
CHRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA.
STo include a.
1991 FLEETW\OOD MOBILE
HOME; V L N
-GAFLL05A17983CHCH and
TITLE #61080688
'.:991 FLEETWOOD MOBILE
HO N E ; V IN
GAFLLO5B17983CHCH and
TITLE #61080711
SA/K/A
5410 SOUTHEAST I STREET
STRENTON, FL 32693


Catherine Vega, PA-C
Pediatrics


* Complete Primiry Care
Well-Baby Examp
Diagnostic X-rays
Minor Trauma
Case Management
* Hearing and Vision Testing


NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
THAT, pursuant to Plaintiff's Final
Judgment Of Foreclosure and Re-
Establishment of Note entered in
the above-captibned action, I will
sell the property situated in Gil-
christ County, Florida, described as
follows, to wit:
Lot 28, Block A, Andrews-
Coleman Subdivision, according
to the map or plat thereof as re-
corded in Plat Book 1, Page 9,
Public Records of Gilchrist
County, Florida.
TOGETHER WITH that certain
2001 56 x 28 Forest Manor mo-
bile home; V I N
#FLHMLCF163724009AB.
at public sale, to the highest and
best bidder, for'cash at the Gilchrist
County Courthouse, Trenton, Flor-
ida, at 11:00 a.m:, on the 21" day of
June, 2005.
Joseph W. Gilliam
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(SEAL)
By: Lyndsay Parrish
Deputy Clerk
Pub: May 26, June 2, 2005b.


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Deborah Weyer, MD
Board Certified
Pediatrics


At public sale, at 11:00 o'clock,
A.M., or as soon thereafter as same
can be done, to the highest bidder,
or bidders, for cash, at the south
door of the Gilchrist County Court-
house, 112 S. Main Street, Trenton,
Florida, on the 2P' day of June,
2005.
DATED THIS 17TH DAY OF
May, 2005.
JOSEPH W. GILLIAM
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
(SEAL) I
By Lyndsay Parrish
Deputy Clerk
Pub: May 26, June 2, 2005b.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
GILCHRIST COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO.: 21-2005-CP-0009
IN RE: ESTATE OF
LAURA McCOLLUM
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
LAURA McCOLLUM, deceased,
File Number 21-2005-CP-0009, is
,pending in the Circuit Court for Gil-
christ Count\, Florida, Probate Divi-
sion, the address of which'is '112
South Main Street, Trenton. Florida
32693. The name and address of the
personal representative and the per-
sonal representative's attorney are set
forth belom.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or de-
mands against decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this notice has been
served must file their claims v. ith this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE', OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF' THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
-and other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate
must file their claims \with this Court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OFT THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED..
The date of the first Publication of
this notice is May 26, 2005b
Personal Representative:
JANE RENEE DUNNAM
S. 3443 SW State Road 26. No I1
Trenton. Flonda 32693
Attorney for Personal Representative
MICHAEL J. MEADORS,
ESQUIRE
Post Office Box2519
Gainesville, Florida 32602-2519
Telephone: 352/372-9999
Facsimile:. 352/375-2526-, ...
FlodiidiBAwNoi,; 06839L 4(ioJ vinuo':.)
Pub:' Mah26. June 2, 2005b.' '" -



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
GILCHRIST COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 05-15-CP
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MARGARET F. AKERS
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate
of MARGARET F AKERS, de-
ceased, whose date of death % as
MARCH 5, 2005, is pending in the
Circuit Court for GILCHRIST
County, Florida. Probate Division,
the address of which is P.O. BOX
37. TRENTON. FL 32693; The
names and addresses of the per-
sonal representative and the per-
sonal representative's attorney are
set fonhbelo\\.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons ha\ ing'claims or de-
mands against decedent's estate on
whom a copo of this notice is re-
quired to be served must file their
claims with this court WITHIN


James F. Ivey, MD
Board Certified
Family Practice


Amy Kirby, PA-C
Family Practice
Internal Medicine


THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against dece-
dent's estate must file their claims
with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME. PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S.
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
' The date of first publication of
this notice is May 26, 2005.
Personal Representative
s/s Brenda C. Mizell
BRENDA C. MIZELL
2220 NW 55Tr BLVD., APT #26
GAINESVILLE, FL 32653
Attorney foi Personal Representative
JOHN WAGNER
Florida Bar No: 219191
P.O. BOX 1477
'HIGH SPRINGS, FL 32655
Telephone: 386-454-1900
Pub NMa-, 2 June 2, 20l05b


Gilchrist County
Land Transactions
Lucy J. Hendricks to Johnn\
Johnson.:
Harold D. Confer II to. Mi-
chaelDain Green.
Rose C. Casdn to Thomas F.
Hurley.
SRobert C. Kohser to Phillis
M. Dose.
Brian J. Shepard to Enrique
Carranza.
Evangeline L. Reedto Ken-
neth.M. Pedersen.
Christina R. Boyette to Betty
Sue Bovette.
Betty Sue Boette to Hugh D.
Martin.
:Thomas H. .Richardson to
George Delgado.
Theresa M. Fernandez f/k/a to
Charles L. Bitick.'
Julian H. Weeks to Wil-
liphord H. Daugherty Sr.
Thomas L. Jones: to Paul G.
Hilliard.
Melinda K. Gamble to Don-
ald B. High.
MT & M Real Estate Devel-
V fjtttin e'.tj. hrttjs~ F: Hur-
ley.
Rhonda Knighton Scott to
Katrina Knighton Feaster.
Rhonda Knighton Scott to
Martha Joann Knighton.
Rhonda Knighton Scott to
Julie Knighton Wald.
'Grald Lucas to Mario Her-
nandez.
Linda Schlottman to Marlene
D. 'Corbett.
Richard W. Wolford Jr. to
Bruce Loughlin.
Stephen D. Wilder to Stephen
SD. Wilder.
Velmaj Jean Manning to John
McDonald.
Pedro Sanchez to Mario A.
Hernandez.
Theodore M. Burt to Richard
L. Cochran:
Willard R. Marquis to Brenda
Kayz.
SWillard R. Marquis to Fred
Kayz.
Robin L. Boyd to George
Delgado.
Harrison L. Friele Jr. to F &


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Curtis Kirby, PA-C
Family Practice
Internal Medicine


Physical Exams
Vaccinesfor Children
ADD & ADHD Evaluations
Health Screening
HIV Testing
* Sliding Fee Office Visits and Pharmacy


F Tree Farm LLC.
Gladys M. Middleton to Wil-
liam Christopher Hindenlang.
Sandra Haliburton to M & P
Partnership.
Johnny Mack Thomas to
Johnny Mack Thomas.
Mervin E. Decker to John C.
Swearingen.
Thompson Group Inc. to
Rolando Perez.
RW of Gilchrist County LTS
,-to Duane E. Underwood.
H C Henderson Jr. to Roy A.
Bell Jr.
Roy A. Bell Jr. to Maryann
Vincent.,
John E. Harllee to Maryann
Vincent.
Clarence E. Brunson to Dop-.
plerdave Inc.
Carroll D. Barron to Carroll
D. Barron.
Carroll D. Barron to Carroll
D. Barrson.
Carroll D., Barron to Carroll
D. Barron.
Carroll D. Barron to Carroll
D. Barron.
Steven R. Jenkins to Martha
M. Jenkins, trustee.


Call today and we'll explain
how we can helpyQu prepare '!
for your retirement with a Roth
0 Individual Retirement Annuity.
Roth IRA Advantages:

$ Ta:poyers can contribute up to
$3,000 each year; more If you're
age 50 or older.
SNo required minimum distributions
Aat, age 701/2.
$ Interest.earnings are tax deferred.





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Insurance, Inc.
i. S. 19. Chielland IWilliston, 425 EasL Noble A% e.
493-2565* 493-4238 (352) 528-0443










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Board Certified
Family Practice


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Pediatrics

463-6292


TRENTON MEDICAL CENTER


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Serving The Health Care Needs Of Our Community


Services Provided:

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Immunizations
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US Bankruptcy Court tp
Wayne Wheat.
Samuel Field III to Efren Tor-
res.
Michael O. Huff to Patrick A.
Castor.
Betty Sizemore to Wesley C.
Dean.
James H. Senterfitt to
REPJHB Inc.
Michael Gray to Jim Frankl-
land.
Ronald H. Benton to Jennifer
McHale.
Thomas E. Wilkie to Chris
Swendsen.
Jeffrey Lee Williams Sr. 't
Mikel Cotton.
Jason H. Russell-to Bradl
Smith.
George M. Braswell to Rich-
ard E. Snyder.
William Walden to Michael
Walden.
Ronald M. Williams to Stan-
ley, R. Alexander. ;
Edwin Flood to Warren Car-
gill. .
George E. Anderson to Lin-
coln Flemming.
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Page Fourteen GJLCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL THURSDAY, JUNE 2,2005


| For Sale

FRESH BLUEBERRIES FOR
SALE: 2 quarts for $6.00; no
u-picks. To place orders call (386)
935-2682.
4tb,6-2-6-23

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


'ideo, audio METAL DETECTORS: Local
note. $50. White's dealer will be @
Chiefland Flea Market this
Itp,5-26 Saturday. Booth 29 yellow.
2tb,5-19-5-26
>er Capacity,
SGE Dryer, CAMPER FOR SALE: 1996
e capacity, Pleasure-Way ultimate compact
Both units are RV. Impeccably maintained by
excellent original owner. 66,000 miles,
new, asking $24,500. Call 352-463-6527.
1-3216. tfnb,12-9
ltp,5-26
HUMANE SOCIETY OF
)NAL SEMI GILCHRIST COUNTY: Thrift
iinwi Call Store open 9 am 3 pm on
Tuesday Saturday. Strickland
211 520 v- e Avenue in Bell. Come down and
pick up some great bargains and
T FOR help the animals at the same time.
Id, excellent Proceeds from sales benefit
0 acres, barn spay/neuter voucher program.
Ze'a Tedder Also taking donations. 463-7364.
NH Rake tfnb,12-23
J- k-,t ....


condition, cable, v
inputs with ren
352-221-3216.

GE WASHER: Sup
heavy duty, 2-cycle,
electric, extra-largi
heavy duty, 3-cycle. I
almond color ir
condition. Cost $800
$350 for pair. 352-22

1979 INTERNATIO
& used hay ;'tliui
-745-1543.

HAY EQUIPME
SALE: 2 years o
condition, only cut 11
stored al! yer, F
TH54T-> '"-'. N
21t1 :''- 30. NH
* 143. -:(40; NH R
otS. :s>., Call 3
or 352472-3594,


WHEEL TOWN
352-493-2835
cal oarwtmes -10 tWee
SoDc of asnd csfMS

Special of the Week


'04 Chevy Cavalier 4-door LS, auto, CD,
fac. warranty, loaded, 28K Miles.... $9,975
'03 Ford F-150 4-Door,.super crew, V8, auto,
air, CD, loaded, 40K Miles.......... $17,975
'02 Chevy Malibu 4-Door, V-6, auto,
Sair, loaded, 24K Miles, clean.... $8,975
S'02 Buick Century 4-door, fully loaded,
40KMiles, dean.................... $8,975
0- ,:.hl g,:". i ,],:,r, J< 1
auto, factoryair, CD, 28K miles... $8975
S'01 Nissan Frontier-Crew Cab, 4-door; V6,
; 5-rp-E .:id ...40K Miles... $11,975
ol tu.: Lis.itr- a Do4 r CuGorr.v u
A uc, i, L.-.l' j'.~ tii+ $10,975
'00 Olds intrigue 4-Door, V-6, auto,
SCD, loaded, 50K Miles, clean... $7,975
'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... 10,975

air, stereo, 0K Miles....... $6,975
'98 Olds Regency, 4-Door, leather, fully loaded,
Clean, 50K'Mlles.... $6,975
94 Mercury Grand Marquis 4 Dr..,
fully loaded, cold air, runs good.... $1,575
'93 Dodge Hi-Top Conversion Van, VS,
STV, rear air, power, bed....... $2975
S'92 Dodge 250 pick-up, Cummin's Diesel
.auto, air, loaded................. $7,975
r'. m n;m +-+,-,:.max, e,,.,,mur.-. i
CREDIT UNIONS WELCOME '
WarrantiesAvailable


FOR SALE

LANCASTER
REALTY

A. C~ L.r


UNIQUE RIVER home
on ,73 acres, 2BR/3BA,
large deck and dock.
Beautiful, property!
$349,900 MLS# 748800


SOLD
5 ACRES SW TRENTON


VERY NICE 3BR/2BA
DWMH on city lot, income
potential $55,000
MLS#748333


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.
tfn, 1-25


BEDS: Queen thick, orthopedic,
pillow-fop mattresses and box
springs. New in .plastic with
warranty. Sacrifice, $160. King
available $225. (352) 372-8588;
tfnb,7-5


Lost & Found

FREETO A GOOD HOME Bal-
inese male cat. Age unknown, as
this cat was dropped off at my
home and I am unable to keep
him. This is a beautiful and very
loving pet. Please call 463-8888 or
542-2676 and ask for Linda.
ltp,6-2
PLEASE RETURN: 4 Hay Wag-
ons taken from Bill Rush, 386-
935-1886.
4tp,5- I -6-2,


i AUCTIONS f.

EVERY MONDAY, 7 PM: Wil-
liston, 15991 NE Hwy. 27A. Col-
lectible glass, furniture, tools, misc.
household. Southern Auction Mar-
keting, 352-528-2950. 10% BP.
AU1423, AU1437, AB2240.
27tp,3-10-9-8
6 % 6 .% ;6 '1 < -61 -0 1 .
Yard Sale C


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. Call
463-6914 or 463-6671. .
3tb,5-12-5-26


Classifieds

Classified Ads $4.50 Minimum for 20 Words. 5 cents each additional word. !
t .*^*-_ .-_,... f kkkkki .i s --"-"--" -&"-i'- f -el.-S--- 8^-f-^-J' 8itler8 88 8 8 f .W-elef f-f'f-fn/'inf-


: Automobiles

:1984 FORD 2WD: 302 engine
'and trans., runs, engine needs
,work. $700 obo. 535-7072 or 463-
*2891.
2tb,6-2-6-9


SFor Sale

20" BLACK FLAT SCREEN
*TV: Symphonic, color, excellent


CASH FOR. HOMI
acreage. Call Kate
7137.


,..-.- .. .. .-. .... .,
S Services
.o-m u o vo vuttt *


ES, lots, or NAIL GUN SERVICE
at 352-463- PAIRS: For Bostitch a
Brands. For competitive
8tb,4-21-6-9 quick turn-around call
Building Supply at 352-


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,11-6


RETIRED REMODELING
CONTRACTOR: Wanting to
buy homes or mobile homes with
land needing repair, 493-7841.
tfnb, 1-16
..f K-r fitt-o r =-ru.^ -f.
- Services

BOB OSBORNE TREE
SERVICE, INC.: 70 ft. bucket
truck, hydrolic loader truck, stump
grinder. Free Estimates.' Insured.
352-463-9100.
< -C_-C ^


BILLY BOB'S FENCING: All
types. Free estimates. Call
352-498-5463 or 352-221-3275 or
352-221-3304.
tfnb,2-17
DISH NETWORK Super Dish
Up Grade. Get TV 20, 51, 53 and
Channel 5 on your. satellite. Call
386-454-3605 and 800-741-3605
Crystal Clear Communications.
tfnb,2-24
ELMORE'S SIMULATED
BRICK & STONE, INC. Stucco
& Hardcoat, Permanent Mobile
Home Skirting. License #118. Free
Estimates, Jimmie Elmore, Owner.
Call (352) 472-5542.
24tp,1-27-7-7


UNCOLLECTED JUDG
We can help. No recover
NO Judgment too big or
and Associates, 24/7, C
486-1639.


Located in Bell.


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


MOWER & CHI
PARTS: Stihl, Husqva
Murray, Sears, MTD,
Kohler, Robin, and Hone
for most mowers.
Beauchamp Saw S
493-4904
t

TREES, TREES, TREI
ston Tree Service, Inc. 49

A BIG STUMP! A
STUMP!:We grind t
Langston Tree Service,
4456.


DIXE MONUMENT:
- Since 1992. Visit our d
Hwy. 19 at C&C Growe:
5 pm, Mon. Sat. or cal
1-877-542-3432 for apl
to visit our shop & main
1471 NE 512 Avenue.
stones in stock, compute
ist to assist you in creti
ing tribute to the life ofy
one.


TIM POWELL EL
New installations and
censed and. insured.
#EC13002453. Call (
2155.

annon c n' ',


aMVENTI --: i ,:---
y. No fee. WANTI
small. HK *..-.,.,... .,
al W (352) WANTED SOME
fnb. I 2-9 HAUL OFF SCRAP ST
my land, in Trenton area


PRESSURE WASHING, LAWN
MOWING, YARD&CLEANING,
AND PAINTING: Reaonable
prices, dependable, insured and
professional. Shamrock Services,
352-463-1212 day or evening and
weekends.
tfnb,11-11
BAD WATER?
IRON FREE'S own high purity
MANDOX wide-spectrum/triple
action filtration system removes
iron, tannin, sulfur, manganese,
turbidity, bad taste, bad odor. Kills
bacteria. No more stained fixtures,
dingy clothes. Low cost, low main-'
tenance, guaranteed. Call today for
FREE WATER TEST.. No obliga-
tion. $695 to $1,995. IRON-'
FREE Well Water Company,
Inc., Roy Jones, Opr. Mgr. 352-
542-9817 or WILSON HOME
CENTER 352-463-2068. 1-800-
437-1128 ANYTIME.


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

Visit us online at: www.lancasterrealty.biz


LOVELY DWMH on city
lot, 3BR/2BA, very nice
home, $55;000
MLS#748687


RENTAL Investment,
SWMH on 2 city lots,
3BR/1BA, $30,000
MLS#748334

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CONTRACT
PENDING
3BR/2BA ON 2 ACRES


Buy, Sell and Succeed
with Lancaster Realty


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


S .:


CONTRACT
PENDING
4BR/2BA ON 10 ACRES


RARE INDUSTRIAL
site, 3.2 acres w/314 ft.
on SR26, $250,000
MLS#748219


Visit our website at
www.lancasterrealty.biz for
more photos!


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i Help Wai

ADVANCED REG
NURSING PRACTI
The Levy County Heal
ment is seeking an Adva
istered Nurse Practitione
#64028468 to fill an
vacancy. Must be lice:
ARNP in accordance wi
464, Florida Statutes.
travel to satellite clin
Family Practice practit
strong interest in wome
Desire ARNP with c
certification. Spanish
helpful. Must be fin
Successful completion
test is a condition of en
May be required to v
hours or days in the e'
emergency. Salary
$1,233.89 to $3,084.72
Applications will be ac
line
www.peoplefirst.myflor
State of Florida applica
be mailed to State of Fli
pie First, Staffing Adm
P.O. Box 44058, Jackst
32231 or faxed to (904)
Deadline for application
6/7/05. EEO/AA/VP Er


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St
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;S & RE-
nd Senco
prices and
Gilchrist


Help Wanted I

VACANCIES
GILCHRIST COUNTY
SCHOOLS


463-2738. Teacher Aide, Pre-K
Bell Elementary
tfnb, 11-6 High school diploma or equiva-
lent. Associate of Arts degree or
ACTOR: higher, at least 60 credit hours
mes built hours from an accredited
Develop- institution, or passing score on an
.6761 SE approved state test required.
352-542-
Teacher Aide, Kindergarten
tfnb,7-15 Bell Elementary
High school diploma or
AINSAW equivalent. Associate of Arts de-
ma, Ayp, gree or higher, at least 60 credit
Briggs, hours from an accredited institu-
da. Blades tion, or a passing score on an ap-
proved state test required.
;hop
School Secretary
fn, 1-1-03 Trenton Middle/High School
High school diploma or equiva-
ES: Lang- lent. AA degree preferred. One
)0-4456. year of secretarial/office experi-
tfnb,2-22 ence required. Working knowledge
of office procedures and equip-
LITTLE ment. Must have excellent written
hem all. and oral communications skills.
Inc. 490- Must be proficient in Microsoft
Office Applications
tfnb,2-22 (Word, Excel, Outlook).
Old Town Maintenance Worker I
display on District-wide.
rs, 9 am High School Diploma and valid
1 toll free Florida Driver License. Practical
pointment work experience in building main-
Soffice at tenance, trades and grounds main-
100's of tenance.
-r special- t
ng a last- Instructor and Coordinator
our loved Health Careers Academy
.Bell Middle/High School. Bache-
tfnb,5-20 lor's degree in nursing, or Asso-
CTRIC: ciate of Science in nursing plus six
pairsi- years experience. Must be licensed
pairs li- as RN in State of Florida. Instruc-
tate Reg. tional experience preferred.
52) 463-


Music/Band Instructor (6-12)
tfnb, 11-25 Trenton Middle/High School
Bachelor's degree or higher from
S an accredited institution.
LD ?
.._....... Elementary Instructor
S Trenton Elementary
ONE TO Bachelor's degree or higher from
TEEL from an accredited institution. Florida
. Call 745- certification in
p,5-26 i Elementary Education.
;lp,5-26-6-2 I I
Elementary Instructor
-. .- Bell Elementary
ited Bachelor's degree or higher from
an accredited institution. Florida
*w ~ certification in
ISTERED Elementary Education.
[TIONER.
.th Depart- Behavior Analyst
nmeed Reg- District-wide
er, Position Master's degree in Behavior Anal-
anticipated ysis or related field. A highly qual-
nsed as an ified candidate with a Bachelor's
ith Chapter degree in same and certification in
Requires Behavior Analysis may also be
ics. Prefer considered. Three years applicable
ioner with experience is required.
n's health.
:olposcopy Speech/Language Pathologist
speaking (K-12) District-wide
gerprinted. Bachelor's Degree in Speech/
of a drug Language Pathology/
employment. Communication Disorders
work extra from an accredited educational
vent of an institution. Florida certification in
range is Speech/Language Pathology and/
biweekly. or licensure in
cepted on- Speech/Language Pathology.
at
ida.com. School Psychologist
itions may District-wide
orida, Peo- Master's Degree from an
inistration, accredited institution.
nville FL Certification covering
s will636-2627. School Psychology.
s will ber.
nployer.


Wolford

realty, inc.

Licensed Real Estate Broker
P.O. Box 546 Bell, Florida 32619 386-935-0243

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.
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, septice tanks and power. This dream place can be yours for
a bargain price of only $425,000.
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.
2 ACRES ON SUWANNEE RIVER across from "The Cove Restaurant"
360(+) feet of riverfront. Complete with 4" well, septic tank & power services.
Priced at $149,500.
A FEW LOTS 4 ACRE TRACTS In Suwannee County. $25,000 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
$95,000 firm.
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.
** CALL US ** for a good buildable lot with a septic system permit on the
Suwannee & south of Branford for a price below $80,000.

Visit our website at www.wolfordrealty.com


SHelp Wanted j

Substitute Teachers
High School Diploma or
Equivalent. Contact the District
Office for an application and
more information.

Highly Qualified
Substitute Teacher Pool
We are accepting applications for
our Highly Qualified Substitute
Teacher Pool. Qualifications:
Bachelor's Degree or higher with
a current or former teaching
certificate in a core subject area.
Once approved, highly qualified
substitutes would be eligible for
substituting at $130 a day in
pre-approved situations where
there is a long-term absence in a
core subject area. All other daily
substituting would be at current
daily rates. Contact the District
Office for an application and
more information.

Bus Driver Trainees;
Substitute Bus Drivers.
High School Diploma. 40 hours of,
in-service training will be
provided for qualified applicants.
Flexible training hours. Part of the
training prepares trainees for the
driver portion of the Class B
Florida CDL: For information or
questions, contact the
Transportation Department at
(352)463-3230.
Obtain and submit application to:
Gilchrist County School District;
310 NW 1lth Avenue,
Trenton, FL 32693
(352) 463-3200.
Attach a resume and any
additional information as
necessary. All applications will
be screened. Not all applicants
will be interviewed.
Applications will be accepted
until positions are filled.
EEO/Drug Free Workplace
www.GilchristSchools.org
ltb,5-26
FT/PT EXPERIENCED mainte-
nance man needed immediately.
Also a FT/PT experienced cook
needed immediately. Apply with-
in at the Lighthouse Restaurant.
tfub,l-27'


SHelp Wanted :

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: PO Box 545, Chiefland,
Florida 32644.
tfnb,3-3

Senior Staff Assistant needed
within Educator Preparation Insti-
tute. Work varies in subject matter
and complexity assisting an ad-
ministrator with administrative de-
tails and all clerical and secretarial
functions. Applicant needs profi-
ciency in Word, Excel, and Micro-
soft Outlook. Requires high school
diploma, or its equivalent, plus
three years secretarial or clerical
experience. Education can substi-
tute year for year for required ex-
perience. Special consideration
will be given to applicants with an
associate degree or certificate in a
related area. Salary $21,612 annu-
ally, plus benefits. Deadline for re-
ceiving application: May 31, 2005.
Application and job description
may be found on the web at:
www.lakecity.edu. Inquiries: Hu-
man Resources Development, 149
SE College Place, Lake City, FL
32025-2007 Phone (386) 754-
4314, Fax (386) 754-4594, e-mail:
boettcherg@lakecitycc.edu
LCCC is accredited by the Com-
mission on Colleges of the South-
ern Association of Colleges and
Schools. VP/ADA/EA/EO College
in Education & Employment.
2tb,5-12 & 5-26

FIRE & TRAINING COORDI-
NATOR: Gilchrist County Com-
missioners have a new position for
a Fire and Training Coordinator.
This full-time position pays
$32,000 $37,500 per year.' Re-
tirement and benefits included. Po-
sition requires a certified Fire
Fighter/Training Officer. Send re-
sumes to the County Administra-
tor's Office at 209 SE First Street,
Trenton, Florida, or e-mail to
beth@mail.co.gilchrist fl.us Posi-
tion will be open until filled. Gil-
christ County is an EOE/DFWP.


Jim King Realty, Inc.
Realtor MULTIPLE USING SERVICE
MLS
Main Office (352) 493-2221
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
OPPORTUNi TY 23382 SE 349 Hwy., Suwannee, FL 32692 REALTOR
E-Mail: jkingre@svic.net or www.jimkingrealty.com


OVERLOOKING LAKE HOLI-
DAY IN SUWANNEE! This 2 BR/
,2 BA DWMH is on, a deep water
lake only minutes by boat in fresh-
water canals to the Suwannee River
and Gulf of Mexico. It has a 2-stall
boat house, screened fish cleaning/
storage room; Florida room with
views of the lake and orange, grape-
fruit and tangerine trees. The home
is completely furnished, includes 2
boats and.is waiting for you to come
enjoy our excellent fishing and guiet
way of life! (DW-748707-JM)
$325,000. Call (352) 542-9007.


3 BR/2 BA doublewide on 'beautiful
landscaped lot, carport, storage room.
On paved street near Manatee Springs.
$59,500. (LMH-748613) Call 493-
2221.

Call Us Today!


This BRAND NEW DWMH is
ready for you to come and enjoy
quiet, peaceful, coastal/country liv-
ing. The 3 BR/2 BA home has an
open floor plan, the living room has
a built in bookshelf and entertain-
ment center. The bright, beautiful,
kitchen has a dining area and a large
island with a double sink and break-
fast bar. The kitchen dor opens to the
wrap-around deck overlooking the
woods and pond just across the road.
This home is on concrete pilings
with plenty of room underneath for
parking. Just miles from the gulf and
the Suwannee River is only a mile
away! This is a MUST SEE! (DMH-
748533-JM) $150,000. Call (352)
542-9007.


NICE-EXTREMELY CLEAN 2
BR/1.5 BA, 14x48 mobile home on a
manicured 1.25 acre lot. Fenced with
chain link. Call for appointment to-
day! $38,000. (LMH-748843) Call
493-2221.


|Wanted To Buy
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L. Frank Grant Realty
L. Frank Grant
LIC. REAL ESTATE BROKER
216-A N. Main St., Trenton, FL 32693 L
EQUAL HOUSING
352-463-2817 FAX (352) 463-2479 E.OPPORTUNIT
lfgrealty@bellsouth.net
Multiple Listing Service
REALTOR We List To Sell! MLS

Frank




Dot.

818 SW 5th Street Trenton









4 BR/2 BA home on 2.99 acres. City water, septic
tank, trees. MLS#748358. Price $175,000.


-H-' T1e fJohn




Alan
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Member of the Multiple Listing Service and Board of Realtors for Dixie, Gilchrist & Levy Counties


THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 2005


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? Help Wanted i| Help Wan
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LINE COOK NEEDED: No
cooking experience necessary.
Must be able to read tickets and
put plates together. Speed and de-
pendability a must. Apply in per-
son after 5 pm, Mon.-Thurs. Akins
BBQ in Bell, 463-6859.
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LOWBOY DRIVER: Drug-Free
Workplace w/Benefits. Experi-
ence a must, apply'within An-
drews Paving, Inc. 386-462-1115.
2tb,5-26-6-2
PROFESSIONAL DRIVERS:
$1,000 new hire bonus for experi-
enced drivers! Call about dry bulk
and flatbed positions at our New-
berry terminal. 866-300-8759.


Property For Sale!
13 Lots in Fanning Springs -
Near the Greenway Trail.
$11,000 each or $130,000 for all.
Fox Run- Acre Lots-CR 319
'south of Trenton- ONLY 1 LOT
!REMAINING! Deed Restricted,
New MH or Site Built. $42,000.
Deerwood Equestrian Subdivi-
sion 11 to 14 Acre lots located
just west of Bell. Deed Restricted
SHomes only 1850 sq ft min,
equestrian trails, hardwoods &
meadows. Starting @ $110,000.
140 Acres in Tiger Island.
Beautiful; majority upland, hard-
woods, food plots, Georgia Pacif-
ic on 2 sides.'Great hunting tract!
$420,000. '. _


Southern Property
Services,Inc.

-5-7573


HELP WANTED: Ex
duct mechanic & insta
463-2380.


GTT CHRTST COUNTY JOURNAL


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I Classifieds

pperienced
aller. Call Classified Ads $4.50 Minimum for 20 Words. 5 cents each additional word.
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BUSY INSURANCE OFFICE:
Seeks receptionist/administrative
assistant. Previous experience a
plus. FAX resume to 386-454-
4070.
3tb,5-12-5-26
BUSY .INSURANCE OFFICE
seeks receptionist/administrative
assistant. Previous experience a
plus. FAX resume to 386-454-
4070.
3tb,5-12-5-26
PLUMBERS AND PLUM-
BER'S HELPERS: With good
Florida driver's license. Ref. & de-
pendable trans. required. Good
benefits steady work. 352-472-
3677 M-F 8-4.
4tb,5--5-26

MEDICAL ASSISTANT: FT
positions available for CMA. Pe-
diatric experience preferred but
not required. Must have experi-
ence with injections and phleboto-
my. Must be a self starter with
strong commitment to excellence.
Excellent hours and work environ-
ment. Competitive salary and ben-
efit package based on experience.
Fax resume to 352-493-7070, mail
to: CMA, P.O. Box 2147, Chief-
land, FL 32644 or e-mail to
cmcincl@svic.net.
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LPN 3-11/11-7 AND 3-11 RN for
progressive long term care facili-
ty. Sign on bonus and differen-
tials. Tri-County Nursing Home,
7280 SW SR 26. Trenton, 352-
463-1222, EOEIDFW;P


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"Help Wai

PART-TIME BL
PICKERS WANTED
days and Fridays. Call
2682.

PROJECT SUP
DENT: Commercial
tion. Need resume and
salary negotiable del
experience. Call (386
or fax (386) 462-1780.

LONG-TERM
MENT: Carpenter, .,
must have hand tools
portation. Call Rand
Construction, 352-46
352-210-0188,


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UEBERRY 3 BR/2 BA SINGLEWIDE: Mo-
Sfor Thurs- bile home in Trenton, $425/month
1 (386) 935- plus security. Available June 1st.
Call 463-6741 for more info.
2tb,6-2-6-9 ltb,5-26
ERINTEN- 2BR/2BA single wide MH in
Construe- Trenton. Washer & dryer, new in-
I references, terror, 81.1 NE th Ave. No pets,
pending on no smoking inside. $500 deposit,
). 462-1982 $450 month. John Rowe, 463-
0644.


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EMPLOY-
and helper,
s and trans-
ly at RBE
53-7848 or


2tb,6-2-6-9
PLUMBERS' /. PLUMBERS
HELPERS: 40+ hours/week, top
pay %/full benefits. paid holida-'-.
apprenticeship program ua alable.
\alid dnmer's license. Call 352-
472-4114.
4tb,5-26-6-16
FINISH NIOTORGRILDER OP-
ERATOR: Needed INMMEDI-
ATEL $12-I18 hr. Plus benefits.
Andre\s Pa\ine. Inc.. 36b-462-
1115.
2tb,5-26-6-2

Leadership is influence
-John Nlax~ell


Brad Smith, Lie. Real
Estate Broker Oa ne c


Do you want an AGGRESSIVE,

PROFESSIONAL and HONEST company

that utilizes the latest in technology to help you
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Then call a consistent

TRI-COUNTY LEADER IN SALES

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A TROKE REALTY
INC.------

(352) 463-7075 JEAN C. TROKE Licensed Real Estate Broker SEE OURI LISTINGS
(2 4 5 ON THE WEB:
(352) 463-7302'FAX
(352) 4637302E-mail: trokerealty@aol.comwww.trokerealtyinc.com

730 E. Wade Street (SR-26) Trenton, Florida 32693,

BUILT HOMES-SITES CURRENTLY FOR SALE '
NEW LISTING NEWLY CONSTRUCTED HOME ON ACREAGE NEAR BELL: 3BR/2BA: C B5Sbuill nrom on pasture 4.25-acre
tract, located at Flying Harness Farms S/D near '-R 2p 2 propertyy has access to S/D's private airstrip, Nice vf.ortue for the 1,375 sqft.
homee. a;th :r-.p:;~io i reroom/dining area, modern kitchen & More...$175,000
NE%% LISTING NICE NEWER FRAME HOME JUST SOUTH OF TRENTON: 3BR/2BA:.Locatec .at Eecuti, :' HO-:m. S/D at
.Levy Co. line, with paved roads & underground utilities, right by US 129. Frame/Hardyboard home, built in. 1 9 .. ih arq~j hed I car gar-
age, on landscaped one-acre tract, almongst other neat/clean built home-sites...$149,900
LARGE, SPACIOUS FRAME HOME IN TRENTON: 5 BR.3 B \. O ei". I 'i (l. flt ui.der [ro.f ffor pienr of Il ;ng % ;:p..: h.h i;-
law' suite attached. On 2.landscaped/fenced lots in nice ne,_,r...:...,:,..,. ni, ruj ,,- ,:treerd Ij'.: pr-,iih arni mrliue-, gloie...i214,)00
Reduced (From $124,900)-ROOMY BLOCK-BUILT HOME, IN NE TRENT1ON NEIGHB ORHIOOD: 3 BR/( BA: CB-cort'rucilon,
over 1,800 sq. ft., with attached 2-car carport, On landscape. I f'I.'. i U.:i urj:t r uaii e, iae 6 oi I, n...S119.90i)
Reduced (From $49,900)-STURDY CB-BUILT HOME IN G \INES\ ILLE: 2BR.IB.A: SIll., ,-ulit home oron, oded. fenceI I.i cCon-
veniently located to both Waldo Road & NE 16th Avenue n nr..,i ,i ,,i, ilk .- ou1 a.j e j I .,arter home ifr 'ingle or ciopl e-.ll
or email for more details...$44,900.
-- MANUFACTURED HOMES ON THE MARKET --
NEWER, WELL-KEPT MANUFACTURED ON ONE ACRE: 3 BR/2 BA: Spacious 2002 27x56 double-wide-hoime-site, on wooded
one-acre tract near to SR-26 in East Gilchrist. Property is a foreclosure, and is being sold in 'as is' condition, but most every item at home-
Ssite is in quality condition--call or e-mail for further info...$72,900.
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...$3150Q.
ACREAGE/LOTS/WATERFRONT READY FOR HOME-SITES --
NEW LISTING THREE LOTS FOR HOME-SITES NEAR WILLISTON COUNTRY CLUB: 3 separate .25/acre tracts, amongst
nice homes in south end of Williston, close to both the golf club & US 121 call for details...$28,500 (each)
RIVERFRONT ACREAGE, READY FOR HOME-SITE WEST OF BELL: Well-landscaped 5-acre tract, with wood/wire fencing for,
Shorse/livestock, along with well/septic/power/outbuildings, all ready for a new home-site. Property has 180' of frontage along the Suwan-
nee, close to Rock Bluff/CR-340 bridge...$269,900.
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-!29..,$119,900.
4+ ACRE TRACT NEAR.TO FANNING & TRENTON: Nice neighborhood for this 4.6-acre property, mostly open tract Vith 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.
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).
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...$15,900
--Call or e-mail our office/agents for more information on any other property currently available in the Gilchriit/North Levy/Dixie
SCounties area.


Jim or Jea
(386) 9


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:
an Troke Paul Troke Barbarn
35-3357' (352) 221-2999 9 (352) 22


"Professional Service With A Personal Touch"


a Mayo
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EQUAL HOUSING
OPPORTUNITY


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3 BR/1.5 BA BLOCK HOME:
End of cul-de-sac in Trenton. Near
TES, call'615-618-2953. Listed at
$115,000.


2tb,6-2-6-9
182 TRENTON BLVD.: 1 BR/1
BA mobile home & lot. $13,500
cash. 352-213-7400:
4tb,5-26-6-16
2003 MOBILE HOME, 3/2
-Fleetwood on 5 acres in Bell area;
Asking $87,500. CMll Leslie or
xr;ihon at 352-463-6314 or 352-
049-226I
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OAK MEADOWS: Deed retrict-
ed subhdii'iori. 1 acre lots &
home-s on pa.ed roads. Come see
our models teaiunng Homes of
*Merit., McDougal Realty. 463-
7201. Broker/Owner. '
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TOWN & COUNTRY REALTY
352.463-8340,
P. O..Box 8,.Bell, Flondaj 32t19
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COMMERCIAL OFFICE
SPACE AVAILABLE: Located
in Levy Office Complex at 12650
NW Hwy. 19 in Chiefland. Ap-
proximately 209 square feet, $264
monthly. Includes all utilities and
sales tax. Please phone 493-4111
for more information. Two units
available. One mile north of Wal-
Mart, next to Liggett's/UPS.
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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 1/6
deeded interest in this 3BR, 3BA home in an exciting new
development on the Suwannee River w/boat ramp &
docks. $97,500. #234446
HORSE READY! 5 acres with charming 2BR cottage.
Wood floors & updated kitchen. 4-stall barn, paddocks,
feed & tack rms, office & apartment. Additional acreage
available. $199,900. #236813
COME DOWN A COUNTRY LANE and see this
totally upgraded 4BR, 3BA, 2239 Sq. Ft. Palm Harbor on
5 partially wooded acres. Master w/den, 2 porches, spa &
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(Continued from Page One)
went through, and many other
soldiers that are fighting on
foreign soils on this day," Mr.
Everett explained. "I myself
was in the Korean War. We will
never forget the difficult times
they endured while serving our
country, so that the United
States will remain free," Mr.
Everett explained.
I know that everyone here
understands the situation
involving war, and that is great.
It is rewarding to know that the
people that are here today do
care. Thanks to all of you for
your wonderful support. Thanks
to God and our Country. May
our prayers be with the families
that have lost loved ones
fighting in wars," Mr. Everett
added. "May our Lord give
these .families comfort and
peace in the days ahead. In the
word of our Savior in Johnl5:
13 Jesus says, "Greater love
hath no man than this that a man
lay down his life for his
friends."
This memorial program
began with Judge Ed Philman
presenting an invocation.
The Bell High School
JROTC presented the colors,
which was followed by the
pledge of ;legi.inie and the


These Gilchrist County residents which served their country in the Vietnam War are
pictured in front of the Vietnam War Monument. Photo by Anna Wild, Freeze Frame
Photography.


singing of the Star Spangled
Banner.
Major Stroupe, Gilchrist
Veteran Service Officer thanked
the people for attending this
Memorial Day program. He also
recognized the Gilchrist County
Commission and the Trenton
City Commission for allowing
this program and parade to be


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A Gilchrist County native
son, Harold Mikell addressed
the crowd and thanked the
county for again having this
annual tribute to the veterans on
this Memorial Day. "This type
of program doesn't happen
every where on this day to
honor our veterans," he


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"War is complicated,"
Mikell explained. In World War
II, every manufacture in the
United States stopped producing
their retail sales material and
began producing things that
were needed to fight the war.
"Now in the 21st century,
things are different," Mikell
explained. "Today the people of


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that are fighting for our freedom
in their daily prayers.
Mikell, a veteran of World
War II paid tribute to twelve of
Gilchrist Counties native sons
that gave their lives in World
War II. Cary Hardee, Edward G.
May, Leslie Oder, Mason
"Hugh" Sanders, Howard J.
Poke, Irving W. Osteen, Wilbur
L. Smith; John C. Thomas,
Gilbert Green, Elmer Swilley,
Lillian Crocker, and Harry M.
Wilson. Mr. Mikell explained
that each of these heroes' names
is imprinted on the World War
II monument.
"The people that are here
today represent the best of the
best," Dan Taylor explained.
"We want everyone here today
to leave this Memorial Day
program with a new
commitment to keep our service
people in mind and in prayer,"
he added "We have the greatest
country in the world. America
has been successful in the war
for freedom because America is
a country that seeks Gods
wisdom," Taylor explained.
"This country must continue a
love of freedom and following
of God," Taylor explained.
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The program closed as a
wreath was put by each of the
four monuments.
The veterans were served a
barbecue dinner in the Trenton
Community Center following
the Memorial Day program.


Emergency
Preparedness
(Continued from Page Two)
meals-ready-to-eat and more
duct tape and plastic.
Norris L. Beren is the author
of "When Disaster Strikes
Home", Executive Director of
the Emergency Preparedness
Educational Institute and host
of "The Preparedness Report"
on WGPN.com. He trains peo-
ple to avoid the terrible conse-
quences of not being prepared
for a disaster or emergency. E-
mail: norris@getprepared.org.

One Year Forestry
Program At Lake
City Community
College
Kurt Havird, instructor, for-
estry operations program at
Lake City Community College
Lake City Community Col-
lege (LCCC) has developed a
one-year Forestry program, For-
est Operations, to allow students
quicker job placement in the
Forest industry. This new "ca-
reer in one year" will allow stu-
dents an entry level professional
diploma in less than one year of
college and the option to pursue
an associate in science (A.S.)
degree if desired. The new For-
est Operations curriculum will
begin in the fall semester
(August 2005). The classes will
be held Monday through Thurs-
day in the fall and spring se-
mester, and three weeks of
summer A term (Monday
through Thursday). The new
Forest Operations program is
only available at Lake City
Community College.
All courses in the new one-
year Forest Operations curricu-
lum will be subject specific. No
general education classes will
be required unless the student
tests into preparatory general
education classes. Enrolled stu-
dents will be trained for numer-
ous forestry careers with public,
private, and government agen-
cies involved with managing the
nation's natural resources. As
part of the Forest Operations
program students will cover ca-
reer disciplines such as fire sci-
ence,' timber cruising, silvicul-
ture, timber harvesting, forest
insects, forest diseases, tree
identification, aerial photogra-
phy,. reforestation, land meas-
urements, and timber procure-
ment. Each class will be
explored with hands-on labora-
tories in each of the disciplines.
Those students interested in
applying to the Forest Opera-
tions program will be required
to have completed a regular
high school diploma or have a
general education diploma
(GED), be 16 years of age or
older, and complete the SAT,
ACT, or CPT test.
For those students who desire
an associate in science degree,
non-forestry academic courses
would be completed in the op-
tional second-year sequence.
LCCC plans to develop a 60
credit hour associate in science
degree in Agribusiness Tech-
nology which will begin in
.August 2006 and have the 27
credit hours from the new For-
est Operations certificate trans-
fer to the associate in science in
Agribusiness Technology de-
gree.
Lake City Community Col-
lege has continued to develop
innovative programs for the for-
est industry since the Forestry
school's inception in 1947.
LCCC, the Forestry faculty, and
the forest industry advisory
board anticipates that this "ca-
reer in one year" forestry cur-
riculum will be "tree-rific" and
continue to "grow" with the in-
dustry's changing demands.
LCCC celebrates 58 years of
continuing education excellence


in 2005. The college had its be-
ginnings in 1947 as the Colum-
bia Forestry School (CFS) on
the present LCCC campus. It
served the needs of returning
World War II veterans and the
increasing skilled employee
demands of area forest indus-
tries. The CFS utilized struc-
tures that remained from a
World War II era air base. In
1962, when the State of Florida
created Lake City Junior Col-
lege and Forest Ranger School
on the campus of the Columbia
Forestry School, the college be-
came one of 28 two-year insti-
tutions envisioned in the state of


Florida's- master community
college plan. In 1970, the inclu-
sion of "Community" in the
college's title emphasized the
broad spectrum of transfer and
occupational programs offered
at Lake City Community Col-
lege.
The Forest Operations Pro-
gram strives to produce a moti-
vated, knowledgeable, skilled
forest technician who meets the
employment needs of the forest
industry.
Current job demand is very
strong for graduates who cruise
timber, supervise harvesting and
reforestation crews for contrac-
tor compliance, utilize pre-
scribed fire, and work in many
other disciplines within the pro-
fession.
The program is structured to
meet the needs of the students in
the college's five-county district
(Columbia, Dixie, Union, Gil-
christ, and Baker counties), and
to meet the educational and
training needs of the forest in-
dustry within these areas. Al-
though Forest Operations stu-
dents come from outside the
five-county district and often
are employed in other counties,
the objectives of the school and
program are consistent with the
needs of the forest industry, es-
pecially in the Southeastern
United States where the major-
ity of the graduates are em-
ployed.
So if it's quicker job place-
ment in the forest industry that
is of main interest to you or the
ability to further your training
and secure an.associate in sci-.
ence degree in this field, then
Lake City Community College
Forest Operations program is
just what you're looking for.
The choice is up to you. LCCC
is constantly striving to produce
programs that meet the student's
needs.
For more information on the
Forest Operations program
call or e-mail at: Kurt
Havird, instructor, Forestry
Operations at (386) 754-4223,
havirdk@lakecitycc.edu or John
Piersol, division chairperson
Golf, Landscape, Forestry pro-
grams at (386)754-4225 or pier-
sol@lakecitycc.edu.


Devil's Hammock
WMA Is A Peaceful
Setting For Hiking,
Horseback Riding
By Stacey Brown
Levy County has a secret:
The Devil's Hammock Wildlife
Management Area (WMA).
This pristine 7,635-acre tract of-
fers activities for every taste,
from hunting, hiking, and
horseback riding to photography
and birdwatching. The man-
agement area runs from the
north at Blue Springs in Bron-
son (including Little Blue
Spring) and encompasses the
spring shed from the headwaters
of the Waccasassa River and
Otter Creek. 'Blue Springs is a
second-magnitude spring and
for only $1.00 each, you can
bring the kids to swim. You are
also welcome to bring a picnic.
Blue Spring is accessible off
U.S. Alt-27 down CR 339-A,
just two miles west of Bronson.
Little Blue Spring is not suitable
for swimming but you can fish
or just sit on the platform and
enjoy the beautiful atmosphere.
River otters, king fishers and
ings.

The Wild Hog Canoe &
Kayak Race, held in April, uses
the Waccasassa River from the
put-in at the bridge on SR 24 to
the bridge at US 19, and this
year the canoeists and kayakers
had high water and did not have
to portage too much. Boating
access is available at Fisher
Bridge Road (accessible from
Andrews Road), at the River
Camp (with vehicle access
along SR 24 just before the
Waccasassa River bridge), and
at the Waccasassa River bridge
on SR 24. There are many
parking places along the
limerock roads where the WMA
is marked with signage. Cur-
rently, small tributaries of the
rivers are flowing over the roads
in some spots but are easily
traversed with a pick-up truck.


According to the Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC), camping is
prohibited during periods open
to hunting, and is restricted to
designated sites by group
camping permit only from the
Levy County Commission dur-
ing periods closed to hunting.
For more information, please
call (352) 486-5218, or log onto
the website at http://myfwc,
com/recreation/cooperative/devi
Is hammock.asp.


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