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Title: Gilchrist County journal
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Language: English
Publisher: Thetis F. Fisher
Place of Publication: Trenton Fla
Creation Date: October 5, 2006
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Serving Gilchrist County and Surrounding Area for over 76 Years


Phone (357) 463-7135 Fax (352) 463-7393 $20.00 A YearIn Tri-County Area (Gilchristl
Vol. 76 No. 24 joTrenton, Florida 32693 Thursday, October 5, 2006 Price Dixie & Levy Counties), $24.00 Other Areas
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Grand Jury Indicts Two


Chiefland Men Involved In

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Matthew Andrew Koshowany-
Pitz, 21 and Donald Hughes, 20,
both of Chiefland were indicted by
the Grand Jury on Thursday, Sep-
tember 28 in Trenton. Court records
show that both Koshowany-Pitz and
Hughes were both unemployed at the
time the murder occurred.
Both men were charged with first
degree murder according to States At-
torney Bill Cervone. If they are found
guilty they may receive a mandatory
life sentence. The States Attorney's
office did not seek the death penalty
in this case according to Cervone; the
case did not warrant it.
Court records show that Koshow-
any-Pitz and Hughes were trying to
leave the state via a Greyhound bus
traveling to Erie, Pennsylvania when
they were taken into custody.
The Grand Jury was presented with
the following facts. The murder of


Sidney Lee Henry occurred after a
drug buy/burglary turned bad at Hen-
ry's home located at 372 NE Row-
land Boulevard in Trenton around 10
p.m. Henry was shot three times in
the back as he tried to flee the area.
According to the records Donald
Hughes, Matthew Koshowany-Pitz,
April Salley and David Powers trav-
eled from Chiefland to Trenton in
Salley's silver Ford Probe. Hughes,
Koshowany-Pitz and Salley went
into Henry's residence. Salley intro-
duced Hughes, and Koshowany-Pitz
to Henry. While in the residence Ko-
showany-Pitz pulled out a handgun
and a struggle ensued between the
victim and Koshowany-Pitz. Accord-
ing to the records Hughes then pulled
out his handgun and fired several
rounds in the direction of the victim.
The victim then began to run down
the hallway towards the back door of


the residence when he was struck in
the back by three bullets. Koshow-
any-Pitz also fired his handgun at the
victim as he fled down the hallway.
The victim fell out the back door
and died as a result of the gunshot
wounds.
At that time Hughes, Koshowany-
Pitz, and Salley fled the residence
with the cocaine and guns. These
three subjects got back into the Ford
Probe being driven by David Powers
and fled the area. Hughes' weapon
was thrown away by Powers. Ko-
showany-Pitz stated in an interview
that he went to the victims residence
with the intent of robbing him. Ko-
showany-Pitz stated that Hughes was
with him but he was not carrying a
gun. Koshowany-Pitz said he was
carrying a .22 caliber revolver and
a .38 revolver. He also stated that he
(Continued on Page Two)


The Korea Defense Service Medal was awarded to retired Sergeant First Class Robert S. Robison on
Monday by Tommy Langford, Gilchrist County Commissioner. Shown from left, Commissioner CGt It i
Commissioner Thoinas, Mr. Robison, Commissioner Langford, Commissioner Durden and Commis-
sioner Sharon Langford.

Fanning Springs

Resident Is Awarded

The Korea Defense ,


Service Medal .


Sergeant First Class Robert S.
Robinson, retired, was awarded the
Korea Defense Service medal on
Monday, October 2, 2006 from Gil-
christ County Commissioner Tommy
Langford. Mr. Robinson served in the
U.S. Army for 22 years and retired
as First Sergeant in 1983. Gilchrist
County Veterans Service Officer Ma-
jor Stroup communicated with Mr.
Robison to submit the military pa-
perwork for the decorated veteran to
receive this honor.
Sgt. First Class Robinson served in
United Nations headquarters in the
Republic of South Korea in the Sec-
ond Division Camp Edwards, South
Korea from April 1976 through April
1977 and March through April 1979.
Mr. Robinson is a decorated combat
veteran with oversea tours in Germa-
ny, Italy, Vietnam, Panama, Thailand
and Korea. Among the many awards
and decorations Mr. Robinson has
been awarded are the Vietnam Ser-
vice Medal, Republic of Vietnam
Campaign Medal, and Vietnam Cross
of Gallantry with Palm, the Defense
Meritorious Service Medal, the Army
Commendation Medal and the Expert
Field Medical Badge.
Mr. Robinson has been a first re-
sponder for his entire military ca-
reer and brought that knowledge and
dedication with him to the Fanning
Springs community. He now lives in
Fanning Springs in Gilchrist County.


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Nick Vickers And
Lauren Henry Of the
Gatorland Water Ski
Show Team Take First
Place At Nationals In
Evansdale, Iowa
Nick Vickers of Trenton and Lau-
ren Henry of Hawthorne have been
performing together in a type of ski-
ing called "adagio" or strap doubles
for four years. This type of skiing
requires the guy to be strapped to the
rope by a waist belt which leaves his
hands free to assist and lift the girl
into various moves. Adagio requires
a lot of practice and a lot of trust.
This ski couple have won various
(Continued on Page Two)


Bro. Rick Lawrence
Bro. Rick Lawrence Will

Be The Speaker At First
Baptist Church For
Homecoming Sunday
On October 8, 2006, the First Bap-
tist Church of Trenton will mark 122
years of ministry in this community.
A very. special day is planned to cel-
ebrate its history and heritage with a
time of sharing memories, exciting
music, fellowship, and special guest
(Continued on Page Two)


The Gatorland Water Ski Show Team was started in 1980 in Melrose,
Florida. The team has a completely portable show with a ski jump,
floating docks, ramps, boats, costumes, and equipment. The team per-
forms on lakes, rivers, and intercoastal waterways for different festi-
vals such as the Palatka Blue Crab Festival, Beaufort, South Carolina,
Water Festival and at the Daytona Speedway 4th of July Pepsi 400.
Photo by Mind Works F'l,,,i..p',:l,. LLC.


Dixie Grade Could Be Paved If


DOT Grant Program Is Approved


The Gilchrist County Commission
unanimously agreed to take action
and make an application for revenues
that could provide revenues to pave
NE l0ti Street (Dixie Highway). The
Florida Department of Transporta-
tion identified that in Section 339-
2817 Florida Statutes, was created
the County Incentive Grant Program.
This program allows the DOT to enter
into a Joint Participation agreement
with counties for the improvement of
transportation facilities on the State
Highway System. These funds may
also be used for local transportation
facilities that relieve congestion from
the state highway system. The local


municipalities and counties may ap-
ply for funds for particular projects
that meet the program guidelines
through the local county commis-
sion. This statute established a 50%
match for eligible projects. Eligible
counties may request a waiver of the
match when submitting their applica-
tion.
Commissioner Randy Durden
made a motion to make an applica-
tion to seek up to $6 million, which
is estimated, would pave the 5-mile
road that is currently a lime rock
grade. His motion included the ap-
plication to request a waiver for the
50% match that would come from


Gilchrist County. Commissioner
Kenrick Thomas gave a second to the
motion before the board voted 5-0 in
favor of the action. Ron McQueen
explained to the board that this road
is identified as a Connector route that
travels from CR 337 to SR 47. There
is an estimated 850 residents that live
on this five miles of roadway. Com-
missioner Tommy Langford told the
board that there are several large sub-
divisions that are currently being de-
veloped that would also increase the
traffic on this roadway. The county
submitted this application to the De-
partment of Transportation before the
October 1, 2006 deadline.


Gilchrist County Animal


Services Promotes


Adopt-A-Shelter-Dog Month


By Anna Wild
October is Adopt-A-Shelter-Dog
Month. According to the ASPCA it
is estimated that 63% of US house-
holds have pets. However, an esti-
mated 8 to 12 million companion ani-
mals enter shelters nationwide every
year, out of which 5 to 9 million are
euthanized. If you do the math this
means every 7 to 9 seconds an animal
is euthanized that could have made a
great pet. About 60% of shelter dogs
and 70% of shelter cats are put to
sleep because there are not enough
homes to care for them. To highlight
the plight of these innocent animals,
and to encourage the public to make
pet adoption their first option, Adopt-
A-Shelter-Dog Month was created.
You can make a difference in the life
of a dog or cat by calling to make
an appointment to visit the Gilchrist
Animal Control Facility and adopt a
pet. You can also impact the lives of
many more animals by simply hav-
ing your pet spayed or neutered; this
stops the chain of puppies and kittens
that will need to have caring homes
found for them.
Here in our own backyard I was
lucky enough to get to talk with both
of our Animal Control Services Offi-
cers, Lynn Watson and Mike Burnett.
Lynn has been with Animal Control
in Gilchrist County since November
2005 and Mike just began about 5
months ago. Both share a true re-
spect of animals and care about the
future of every animal they come
in contact with. Many people don't
really understand the true job of an
Animal Control Officer, "People still
don't realize we are animal services
and animal services is not just to go
out there and say I'm going to take
somebody's dog because they're not
feeding it, that kind of stuff. Basi-
cally it's an all around thing, you
lose a dog, you find a dog, but it's


Shown from left are Lynn Watson, and Mike Burnett they are
the Gilchrist County Animal Control Services officers. Here they
are with Sugar a black lab mix and Dottie a terrier mix. Both are
females and available for adoption. Please call (352)463-3158 and
leave your name and number to make an appointment to see the
animals available at the shelter. October is Adopf-A-Sheller Dog
month, it's also a great month to fall in love with a new friend!


as well about trying to protect the
dogs," Mike explained. "And we're
not here just to take people's animals
in and kill them at the end of the 10
days, a lot of people feel that all we
do is take them in and kill them."
Lynn shared. The last thing Mike
or Lynn want to do is take your pet
away from you, however, if there is
an issue with how an animal is being
treated it is their job to check things
out and educate the community on
what is acceptable now. Things have


changed a lot from the days of our
grandparents; there are many things
that may have been acceptable then
that are no longer appropriate. Mike
and Lynn are good enough to take the
time to educate individuals and will
do everything in their power to allow
them to keep their pets. Situations
do arise in which they simply cannot
allow someone to keep their pet due
to extreme neglect, abuse, or inabil-
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GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


OCTOBER 5, 2006


John's

Comments
By: John M. Ayers
The coastal marshes along the
mouth of the Suwannee River appear
to be alive this time of year with fish
and other sea life.
Late last week we took the time to
fish for some mullet out from Suwan-
nee. The fish were scattered in the
shallows, but everywhere we went
we found mullet. We threw out cast
nets and finally caught our limit.
When I talked with friends that had
the opportunity to fish over the week-
end, everyone explained that they
have been seeing more mullet than
they can ever remember.
From fish we caught I cleaned
some for dinner Friday evening as
Adam and Carrie stopped by our
home to eat with us on their way to
Suwannee. We enjoyed fresh mullet
and red fish.
If you have an opportunity to go
fishing, I would recommend taking
a child or anyone that really enjoys
getting out on the water. On Friday,
October 6, the moon will be full. This
should be quite a site as the big or-
ange harvest moon rises in the east.
Take the time and look for this to oc-
cur.

Bro. Rick Lawrence Will
Speak At First Baptist
Church
(Continued from Page One)
speaker, Bro. Rick Lawrence.


Bro. Rick will be remembered as
pastor here from 1988-1996. During
that time he was honored as Florida
Minister of the Year, Stetson Univer-
sity. More than that, he was and is
still known as a faithful minister of
the gospel and a shepherd of his con-
gregation. He now serves as Direc-
tor of Church Planting of the Florida
Baptist Convention. We are excited
to welcome him back "home" on this
special occasion.
Everyone is welcome to this 122nd
anniversary celebration. Services
will begin at 10:00 a.m. and conclude
with dinner at noon.


Nick Vickers And
Lauren Henry Of the
Gatorland Water Ski
Show Team Take First
Place At Nationals In
Evansdale, Iowa
(Continued from Page One)
awards all over the country during
the last four years.
Lauren is the daughter of Shane
and Candi Henry of Hawthorne
and is currently attending school at
Gainesville High in the Cambridge
Program.
Nick is the son of John and Paulette
Vickers of Trenton. Nick worked as
a deputy for Gilchrist County and is
currently a deputy for Alachua Coun-
ty where he lives closer to the lakes
in which he loves to ski.


Date High Low High Low
Thu 3.162 ft. 0.610 ft. 3.800 ft. 0.190 ft.
Oct 5, 06 1:20 AM 7:26 AM 1:17PM 8:02 PM
Fri 3.357 ft. 0.107 ft. 3.828 ft. 0.435 ft.
Oct 6, 06 1:48 AM 8:12 AM 2:10PM 8:40 PM
Sat 3.533 ft. -0.278 ft. 3.728 ft. 0.747 ft.
Oct 7, 06 2:15 AM 8:57 AM 3:01PM9:15PM
Sun 3.674ft. -0.502ft. 3.515ft. 1.072ft.
Oct 8,06 2:44 AM 9:41 AM 3:50 PM 9:49 PM
Mon 3.761 ft. -0.546 ft. 3.223 ft. 1.365 ft.
Oct 9, 06 3:14 AM 10:25 AM 4:39 PM 10:22 PM
Tue 3.772 ft. -0.416 ft. 2.894 ft. 1.606 ft.
Oct 10, 06 3:46 AM 11:11 AM 5:30 PM 10:56 PM
Wed 3.693 ft. -0.153 ft. 2.575 ft. 1.794 ft.
Oct 11, 064:21 AM 12:01 PM 6:25 PM 11:31 PM
Perigee: 10/6 10:00 AM Full Moon: 10/6 11:14 PM


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The Naked Truth
(Kent Heaton)


A common phrase we use in everyday language is the
"naked truth." This phrase means the absolute truth and
comes from an old fable. "Truth and Falsehood went
swimming. Falsehood stole the clothes that Truth had left
on the river bank, but Truth refused to wear Falsehood's
clothes and went naked. Truth is pure. There is no deceit
in truth and it bears no resemblance to falsehood. Truth is
not encumbered with the cloak of lies and garments of
jealousy.
The wise man declares "there are six things which the
Lord hates, yes, seven which are an abomination to Him:
haughty eyes, a lying tongue, and hands that shed
innocent blood, a heart that devises wicked plans, feet
that run rapidly to evil, a false witness who utters lies,
and one who spreads strife among brothers" (Proverbs
6:16-19). The tongue of lies is at the root of most things
that cause men to sin. We have become a nation much like
Israel filled with those things the Lord hates. "They bend
their tongue like their bow; lies and not truth prevail in
the land; for they proceed from evil to evil, and they do
not know Me, declares the LORD. Let everyone be on
guard against his neighbor, and do not trust any brother;
because every brother deals craftily, and every neighbor
goes about as a slanderer. Everyone deceives his neighbor
and does not speak the truth, they have taught their
tongue to speak lies; they weary themselves committing
iniquity. Your dwelling is in the midst of deceit; through
deceit they refuse to know Me, declares the Lord"
(Jeremiah 9:3-6). Sound familiar?
truth is open and without shame. Falsehood creates evil
and mistrust among neighbors. Gossip is borne upon wings
of lies and rumors spread within the belly of the serpent of


all liars. "No lie is of the truth" (1 John 2:21). People of
God are people of their word and their word is truth. As a
new creation created in "righteousness and holiness of
truth" Christians put away falsehood from their lips and
speak the truth "each one with his neighbor: for we are
members one of another" (Ephesians 4:24-25). Truth
bears no shame. Truth is the same with each telling. The
challenge of telling a lie is trying to remember the lie to.
repeat each time. Truth springs from fountains of joy.
"He that utters truth shows forth righteousness"
(Proverbs 12:17). The exhortation of the Lord through
Zechariah says, "These are the things that ye shall do:
speak ye every man the truth with his neighbor; execute
the judgment of truth and peace in your gates; and let
none of you devise evil in your hearts against his
neighbor; and love no false oath: for all these are things
that I hate, saith Jehovah" (Zechariah 8:16-17). Truth is
kind and finds the worth of righteousness in the heart of
those who practice truth. Peace is the child of truth that
prospers in the fields sown with the seed of truth.
The warning is clear for those who do not practice
truth. "But the fearful, and the unbelieving, and the
abominable, and murderers, and whoremongers, and
sorcerers, and idolaters, and all liars, will have their part
in the lake burning with fire and brimstone, which is the
second death" (Revelation 21:8). Truth will not wear the
garments of falsehood and will bear the purity of the heart
in speaking the truth, believing the truth and practicing the
truth. There are no small lies or white lies or cute lies a
lie is a lie. Truth is truth. Truth is found in speaking the
words of truth (John 17:17). Refuse to put on the garments
of falsehood. Walk according to the naked truth.


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Streetwise
By Lauren Rudd
Yes, October is upon us once again,
that time of the year when trees dis-
play their fall colors and pumpkins
debut as pumpkin pie. It is also the
most dreaded month in the annals of
investing, the month of black Mon-
days.
Does October really deserve its
rotten reputation? There is some jus-
tification, given the great Crash of
1929. More recent, but still only his-
tory book material for most of those
on Wall Street today, is the 508-point
crash on October 19, 1987, along
with the relatively minor "October
massacres" of 1978, 1979, 1989 and
1997.
However, I recommend that you
view October's reputation in the same
light as those ghosts and goblins that
will come knocking on your door on
Halloween and focus your attention
instead on Valero Energy.
There have been a number of let-
ters asking if I still believed in the
veracity of the company, its growth
potential and the subsequent poten-
tial of its shares. Once again I will
give you the answer first, yes I. do.
Now let's look and see how Iderived
that answer.
A year ago when I discussed Valero
my 2005 earnings estimate (split ad-
justed) was for $6.40 per share. The
company reported 2005 GAAP earn-
ing $6.10 and earnings of $6.76 if
you subtract out one-time expenses.
Back then the shares were trading for
$58 and had a trailing 12 month mul-
tiple (P/E) of 8 times earnings.
The shares recently closed at $49.63
with a trailing twelve month multiple
of 6 times earnings. This does not
sound good on the surface. So how
can I still recommend the stock for
consideration in a portfolio?
Remember what I wrote last week
about how in the short run the mar-
ket's a voting machine and sometimes
people vote very unintelligently. This
is an excellent example.
For the three months ended June
30, Valero reported second quarter
net income of $2.98 per share, the
highest quarterly net income in the
company's history, as compared to
$1.53 a year ago. For the six months
ended June 30, Valero's net income
was $4.29 per share, as compared to
$2.49 a year ago.
Keep in mind that Valero is the
largest refiner in North America. It is
also one of the nation's largest retail
operators. Given all that, what do the
financial models predict for the com-
pany's intrinsic value?
Using a discounted earnings mod-
el, Valero's shares have an intrinsic
value of $107 per share, and that as-
sumes an earnings growth rate of 2.23
percent. If we use a free cash flow to
the firm model, a more conservative
approach, the intrinsic value is $84
per share. The earnings growth rate
is the same in both cases.
My earnings estimate for 2006 is
for $9.10 per share. Using a mul-
tiple of 6 times earnings, you have
a $54.60 share price for a gain of 10
percent over the next six months.


Cash 3 Drawing:
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Just Southern
By Cindy Jo Ayers
The Amish school shooting on Mon-
day was a tragic event. More tragic
for those unworldly people than for
most Americans only because they
have grown up so innocently. Those
children in that one -room school-
house haven't grown up watching
television or having access to a com-
puter or in most cases to a phone.
But when I think of my own child-
hood I also look back on it as being
a time of innocence. About the only
violence we were exposed to was a
few shots being fired on Bonanza.
That is if someone would go outside
and manually turn the TV antenna in
the right direction. I remember my
brother Mike being the antenna man.
Someone would watch the screen and
holler out the window to stop when
the reception came in sorta clear. It
never was very clear and often just
when you became real interested in
a program the wind would change
directions and the reception would
go out. Which meant another trip to
the yard to turn the pole for one of
my brothers. These were the days
of Leave It To Beaver and Andy
Griffith.
Speaking of the Andy Griffith Show,
along about this time in the very early
60s Chiefland was truly much like
Mayberry. You knew everyone and


Streetwise
(Continued)
Now ask yourself the most critical
question of all. Do you really believe
that the price of oil is going to remain
below $70 per barrel and that the sub-
sequent price of gasoline will remain
below $3.00 per gallon?
Halloween is just around the cor-
ner but the oil exporting nations and
the oil refining companies will not
be passing out treats when you come
knocking.
You can write to financial colum-
nist Lauren Rudd at 5 Gulf Manor
Drive, Venice, Fl. 34285 or email at
LVERudd@aol.com. Prior columns
are available at RuddRepert.com.


Grand Jury Indicts Two
Chiefland Men Last
Week For Trenton
Murder
(Continued from Page One)
ordered an eightball of cocaine and
while obtaining the cocaine from the
victim he placed the barrel of the .22
caliber revolver and demanded mon-
ey and cocaine. The victim began to
struggle with Koshowany-Pitz over
the gun. The victim then began to run
away and Koshowany-Pitz advised
that he then shot him several times in
the back. He went on to say that they
left the residence in Salley's car and
they smoked the eight ball of cocaine
and he went to sleep. Koshowany-
Pitz advised that he then buried the
gun at Manatee Springs.


Lottery Numbers
Wednesday
September 27
Lotto Drawing:
3-7-8-10-22-42
No winner of the $3 million jack-
pot.

5-Digit Winners:
92 at $2,910.50

4-Digit Winners
5,391 at $40

3-Digit Winners:
93,463 at $3.50

Play 4 Drawing:
7-3-3-7

Cash 3 Drawing:
7-2-6


Saturday,
September 30
Lotto Drawing:
6-17-23-24-36-40
No winners of the $6 million
jackpot.

5-Digit Winners:
63 at $6,194

4-Digit Winners:
4,337 at $73

3-Digit Winners:
89,611 at $5

Play 4 Drawing:
5-5-8-2


everyone knew you and your grand-
mas, grandpas, aunts and uncles and
even your distant cousins. I can re-
member that if someone had cousins
in Georgia or somewhere up north
a ways we were pretty impressed.
When my mother went shopping in
Chiefland to buy groceries she often
left me in the car. Of course the car
windows were rolled down because
we didn't have air conditioning in our
cars back then. On the main street of
Chiefland on any given Saturday back
then there would be children hang-
ing out of almost every car. Back in
those days if your mother told you to
stay in the car you did, because our
mothers never heard of time out. We
all hung half out of our cars or in the
back of pickup trucks talking to our
friends or yelling at someone who
drove by at about 10 miles per hour.
Nobody worried about their child be-
ing snatched from a parked car be-
cause no one in the area had every
heard of anyone taking a child.
My mother only made the trip to
town from our farm which was seven
miles away once a week on Saturday.
If she ran out of a grocery item before
the next Saturday rolled around it
was just too bad, she wasn't about to
waste gas or wear out their car mak-
ing extra trips to town.
My mother's social life consisted
of going to church on Sunday and
her once monthly Home Demonstra-
tion Club meetings. Ours consisted
of going to school, attending the 4-H
Club meeting and going to town on
Saturday. If we were real lucky we
got invited to a peanut boiling or a
cane grinding every now and then.
Most of the children that I grew up
with didn't know a single soul who
had been divorced. Everybody had
their original parents and most all the
mothers were at home when we got
off the school bus.
What I remember most about grow-
ing up in such a simple innocent time
was the feeling of being loved. I also
remember most all the adult members
of my family including my parents
and grandparents having time to lis-
ten to my little-girl chatter. Way back
when folks had time to listen to their
children, I'm not sure if they really


had more time or if they just realized
that children need to feel important
too.
I do feel for those Amish families
who have lost loved ones in the
school shooting. After visiting the
beautiful Amish area of Ohio several
times I've come to realize that the
Amish children are valued greatly
and much loved. I wonder how we
as a country got from it being safe
for a bunch of kids to be left in cars
while their mothers shoped to a man
lining up little Amish girls in front of
a black board and shooting them in
only about 40 short years. Mayberry
to 2006, I wonder what it will be like
in another 20 years.

The following recipe makes a real
good appetizer. I have tested it on my
family and the Journal staff. From
time to time everyone at the Journal
is called on to do a little taste testing,
bless their hearts. If I cook up some-
thing that's not good it just goes in
the garbage. One thing about trying
new recipes, only you and the good
Lord has to know if they don't turn
out.



3 cups chicken, boiled and
chopped
1 cup grated Colby and Monterey
Jack cheese blend
6 ounces cream cheese, softened
1/4 cup chopped bell pepper
1 jalapeno, seeded and chopped
1 tablespoon ground cumin
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon seasoning salt
1 teaspoon pepper
1 tablespoon chopped parsley
(optional)
1 box Pillsbury refrigerated pie
crust
Preheat oven to 400 degrees,
lightly grease a baking sheet. In
a large bowl, combine all the in-
dreadents. Unroll pie crust and cut
into 4 inch circles. Place a heaping
tablespoon full of chicken mixture
on one half the crust and fold crust
over and crimp. Bake for about 10
minutes until golden brown.


AMERICAN LEGION AIRS


JAMERSON-SHEFFIELD
POST 91
P.'O. Box 559
TRENTON, FLORIDA 32693
352-463-1501
MEETS: 3RD THURSDAY


NEWBERRY
POST 149
P. O. Box 1
NEWBERRY, FLORIDA 32669
352-472-6125
MEETS: 1lT T TIEEDAY
.


American Legion Airs
For God and Country we associate ourselves together for the following
purposes:To uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States of America; to
maintain law and order; to foster and perpetuate a one hundred percent Americanism...
These words begin the Preamble to the American Legion Constitution and are recited
at the beginning of most every Legion meeting. One of the ways we can continue to
uphold and defend our Nation's Constitution, maintain law and order, and foster
Americanism, is to VOTE. It is a duty, and our service to our Nation in the Armed
Forces insured the right to vote for ALL Americans. Our government and it's officers
are answerable to the People, through the voting booth, but only if we, the People, use
it. Study the candidates running for election and vote for those of your choice, but
VOTE!
At the American Legion National Convention in Salt Lake City this last August,
it was decided to raise the yearly dues at the National level, That means the
Departments would also raise their dues, and the local Posts would likely need to do
the same. The dues went up $4.50 per year, as of January, 2007. Jamerson-Sheffield
Post 91 in Trenton will raise their dues to $30.00 per year in January to cover the
increase at the Department level. As a word of encouragement, if you renew before
December 31, 2006, the dues would only be $25.00 for the next year. After January,
the increase to $30.00 will be in effect. As our neighboring Third District
Commander, Gene'Street, has said, "It still costs more to fill up a tank of gas than to
pay membership fees to the American Legion for a whole year, and you get much,
much more from the American Legion, that does not disappear after 400 miles of
driving." And when you put it in that perspective, it makes it a little easier to accept
the increase. The National American Legion has not raised dues since 1994 and costs
have gone up on everything as all of us can agree. Adding $5.00 per year to the
membership fee should cover increases for the next five to ten years, if not longer.
The Legion magazine has had several articles covering this issue in the last few
months.
American Legion Auxiliary Unit 91 meets on Thursday, October 12, at 7:00 PM,
right after the Post 91 Legion Family Executive Committee meets at 6:00 PM at the
Post Home on US-129 five miles north of Trenton. All members are encouraged to
attend and participate.
The Post 91 Legion Family (Auxiliary Unit 91, SAL Squadron 91 and Post 91)
invites you to a Fifties and Sixties Sock Hop at the Post Home on Saturday, October
14, beginning at 6:30 PM.
Refreshments will be available. A $5.00 donation cover charge is requested to
cover the refreshments such as iced tea, lemonade, coffee and snack foods. Rootbeer
floats will be available for an extra fee. This is a fund raiser for the programs for the
Auxiliary and the Post 91 programs, so come out and help out. Enjoy some 50s and
60s music, dance if you want to, visit with friends and just enjoy the evening. And if
you enjoy the evening's dances too much, there are some good chiropractors in this
area. Remember, Post 91 is a No Smoking Post. There are smoking areas outside.
If you know of a Legion family in need, contact the Post or Auxiliary Chaplain
to let them know of that need. The Chaplain will, in turn, notify those necessary to
help with the need. The same goes for any that are sick or in the hospital. Watch over
your Legion family.
Remember our Armed Forces all around this world in your thoughts and prayers
each day, and 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, American Legion Post 149


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Republican Executive
Committee Meeting On
October 10th
The Republican Executive Com-
mittee cordially invites you to join us
on October 10, 2006, at 7:00 p.m.at
the Bell Community Center. We will
be discussing the General Elections.
Please join us for an informative
evening.
The face of the Repulican Party is
changing, and Florida is leading the
way. We are about faith, family, and
fostering success in education and
the economy.


SRWMD Governing
Board Meeting
October 10th
On Tuesday, October 10, 2006, the
Suwannee River Water Management
District Governing Board will meet
at 9:00 a.m, at District Headquar-
ters, Hwy. 49 and 90 East, Live Oak,
Florida. The meeting is to consider
District business and conduct public
hearings on regulatory and land ac-
quisition matters.
A workshop will follow the board
meeting.
All meetings, workshops, and
hearings are open to the public.


Discounts, Rebates AP
& Incentives 7 2 Models

12,0001 NHave Got to Go!



PRE-OWNED CLEARANCE SALE!
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06 Explorer Eddie Bauer................... #056 $24,498
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06 Five Hundred, Low Miles, Loaded..... #136$20,498
06 Fusion, Leather.......................... #152 $19,998
06 Grand Marquis, Moonroof............ #148$19,998
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06 Fusion, V6, Auto O/D....................... #135 $19,498
06 Milan, Leather, Loaded...................... #134 $19,498
06 Escape XLT............................... #057 $18,888
06 Escape, Fuel Sippin'4 Cyl., Auto......... #138 $17,988
06 E-350 Econoline, 12 Pass. Van......... #059$17,988
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05 Explorer Sport Trac, Low Miles....... #137 $19,988
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05 Santa Fe ......................................... #145$15,998
05 Dodge Stratus, Auto, AC................. #110$ 9,788
03 Supercrew..................................... #127$17,988
03 S-10 4x4, 4 Dr............................... #121 $15,288.
03 Grand Marquis............................... #10o7$12,498
03 OodgeDakota, Extras..................... #100 $11,288
03 Ford Mustang, V6, Auto, Extras,....... #065$10,988
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02 F-250 4x4, Work Truck.................. #146$11,998
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"If your car doesn't have a
WHITE FORD sticker on the back...
You Cost U BOTH Money!",

I "The Works" I
*Genuine Motorcraft Oil & Filter Change *Check Belts and Hoses
S Rotate & Inspect FourTires CheckWiper Blades
-Inspect Brake System *Top OffAll Fluids
*Test Battery *Multi-Point Inspection
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moral Up to 5 qts. Motorcraft Oil.
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*Prices net of rebate, plus tax, tag and $224,95 document fees. All vehicles subject to prior
sale. Art for illustration purposes only. In stock units only. See dealer for details,


Trenton Community Farmers' Market
At the Depot 419 North Main Street (Hwy-129)

Open Every Tuesday
from 2pm 6pm


S LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
Every week: Open Mic from 2 3,
Featured Act 3 5

Farm Fresh Sept 12: Raymond Holder /
Tom Hogan
Produce Sept 19: Amos-Philman
Sept 26: Anna White and...the
Trenton Farmers' Mkt
Plants BLOCK PARTY

Drop-Off location for
Canned Goods for the Food Pantry
InfoLine: 352-463-4000, option 8

Vendor Information 386-454-3950
Sponsored by City of Trenton & Gilchrist County Journal


Gilchrist


Chamber


Corner
The Gilchrist County Chamber of
Commerce would like to welcome
our newest members to the Gilchrist
County Chamber of Commerce:
Jones' Christmas Tree Farm. Own-
ers Hollis and Alpharetta Jones
have worked with Christmas trees
since 1966, owning and operating
their own tree farm since 1980. They
started their tree farm here in Florida
in 1988 with Red Cedar, Cypress,
Sand Pine and Virginia Pine sell-
ing as choose and cut. Along with
Fraser Fir, Spruce and Balsam from
his Wisconsin farm he also has deco-
rated wreaths and small Christmas
decorations. You can find the Jones'
Christmas Tree Farm located at
1230 NW 95th St. in the North end
of Gilchrist County or contact them
at (386) 935-3549 or send them an
email to: treefarmi -i- otjesus.net we
will let you know of his website in
the future when it is complete.
Beyer Auto Salvage and Sales, Inc.
Owner's Daniel L. Beyer and
Dorte Reif. Daniel was in the
Navy stationed on the USS Nimitz
in San Diego, California and Dorte
was a loan processor for 18 years.
They are now proud owners of the
Beyer Auto Salvage and Sales, Inc.
located at 6860 SE State Road 47
in Trenton. They supply our county
with a 24 hour towing service, used
parts and parts locater service, auto
sales and scrap metal/ car removal.
For those old cars or, scrap metals
sitting on your property give.Daniel
or Dorte a call at (352) 463-2002
/ fax; 463-7522 or email them at:
Be 1.'.. ~l.:,; ... ii and they
can help.
Upcoming Chamber Mixers: Mon-
day, October 16, 2006 5:00 p.m.-
6:30 p.m. Hosted by Capital City
Bank. Chamber Mixer and grand
reopening. Located at 109 W. Wade
St, Trenton, FL 32693.
If you are interested in hosting a
Chamber mixer or becoming a busi-
ness member and/or an individual
member of the Chamber, please con-
tact Maureen at the Chamber office
(352) 463-3467.
"Down Home Days" 2006-Come
join the fun at the 22nd Annual
"Down Home Days" Arts and Crafts
Festival put on by the Gilchrist
'County Chamber of Commerce: The
Festival is located in Trenton, Florida
at the Trenton High School Track
Complex on Saturday, November 11,
2006 between the hours of 9:00 a.m.
and 3:00 p.m. There will be over 150


Arts and Crafts booths with some re-
ally unique items. Choose from our
great selection of specialty foods and
refreshments while sitting under the


"Big" tent. Relax and enjoy a full
day of local singers and entertainers.
Mom and Dad, bring your camera
for some great photo opportunities
to take pictures of the kids with
"Mortie" the Clown, and "SANTA"
(Santa's hours 10:00 a.m.-2:00
p.m.). We will also have the world's
largest pin ball machine, bounce
house, games, activities and "Uncle
Mike's" Petting Zoo. Don't forget
to stop by the Chamber booth #59 to
sign up for our FREE hourly prize
drawings. We will also be having a
50/50 drawing at 1 for $1.00 or 6 for
$5.00.
Admission: 12 Adults $2.00, 12:
and under FREE. We will have a
great day of fun, activities, special
guests, unique gift ideas and some
great food so come on down and join
the fun.
Booth spaces still available for Arts
and Crafts vendors. For more infor-
mation about renting booth space, to
sponsor our event, volunteer or to
donate a door prize to advertise your
business please contact Maureen at
the Chamber office (352) 463-3467
or 463-4047.
Character Council of Gilchrist
County presents the character trait of
the month: "Patience" is "Accepting
a difficult date without giving a dead-
line to remove it"

Springhouse Quilters
News
Springhouse Quilters participated
in the Quilt Pink day held at the Su-
wannee Valley Quilt Shop on Satur-
day. The quilters hosted the making
of pink quilt blocks to be made into
a quilt and offered as a raffle on line
in March through Better Homes and,
Garden. The funds will be donated to
help research for breast cancer. Many
quilters had already made blocks to
go into a quilt and those are on dis-
play at the quilt shop along with the
blocks made on Saturday.
The workshop on Tuesday was
well attended and Joyce Snoddy did
a great job in demonstrating to the
quilters how to make the redbird
Petal Play Quilt. Joyce shared many
unique ideas and short cuts on how
to make the wall hanging quilt. She
was a great help in getting the ladies
started in making their redbird quilt.
The next regular meeting of
Springhouse Quilters will be on Oc-
tober 10th beginning at 9:00 a.m..
For information about Springhouse
Quilters, contact Anna Gilliam, 463-
7922 or Lois Scott, 463-2207.
Lois Scott, Publicity


Ameriicin Legion

Hall Available
Meetings Parties
Weddings & Receptions

352-463-1501


Celebration on the Hill Ambassadors meet with Congresswoman
Ginny Brown-Waite. Shown from left are the Levy County Ambassa-
dors: Gail Osteen, Congresswoman Ginny Brown-Waite and Debbie
Sheppard.


Celebration On The Hill
As a testament to the spirit, cour-
age and strength of millions of
Americans touched by cancer, the
American Cancer Society unveiled
a national monument to cancer
patients, survivors and loved ones,
"the Wall of Hope" which resided
temporarily on the National Mall in
Washington, DC during the Society's
Celebration on the Hill event Sep-
tember 19-20, 2006
"The Wall of Hope will allow
those touched by cancer to voice


their desires that Congress and the
White House make cancer a budget
priority," said Debbie Sheppard and
Gail Osteen, COH Ambassadors.
"By memorializing those who have
succumbed to cancer and celebrating
those who have beaten the disease,
we hope to personalize the nation-
wide war on cancer and the policy
solutions that will help win it."
For more information anytime, call
toll free 1-800-ACS-2345 or visit
www.cancer.org


Jean and Jerry Ridgeway would like to announce
the opening of the


CRACKER BOX CAFE
OPEN FOR
S BREAKFAST AND LUNCH
S7:00AM 3:0OOPM
MONDAY FRDAY
Daily Luncheon Specials
and
1 Full Menu


- THE CRACKER BOX CAFE
l located
Behind the Capital City Bank in Trenton


352-463-0055

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for Supervisor of Elections






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Lindsey, Kristi, Kaitlin, Bill and Kim

My Goals:
To educate everyone from youth to senior citizens about the election process
To work with the school system to increase the registration of 18 year old students
To encourage all citizens to register to vote
To increase voters' awareness of the issue

My Qualifications:
Gilchrist County raised and educated with a true love for the people and community
Bachelor's degree from the University of Florida
Master's degree in Leadership and Administration from Nova University
23 years of educating and serving the families of Florida
16 years as a Gilchrist County Agriscience Teacher and FFA Advisor

IT'S TIME FOR A CHANGE!
GO TO http:www.votegilchrist.com
TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT YOUR CANDIDATES

Any Questions? Call Bill @ 463-7439
Political advertisement paid and approved by Bill Martin, Democrat, for Gilchrist County Supervisor of Elections


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CIChnurc h News I


Dustin Frick and Kelly Cannon


Kelly Christine Cannon and Dustin
Charles Frick were married March
25, 2006 at the Ribault Club, Fort
George Island, Florida.
Kelly is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J.C. Cannon, Jr., of Jackson-
ville, Florida.
Paternal grandparents are the late
J.C. Cannon, Sr. and the late Stella
Cannon of Bell, Florida. Maternal
grandparents are Mrs. Sybil Isaac
and the late E.N. Isaac of Bransford,
Florida, and Roy Minshew of Carra-
belle, Florida.
Kelly attended FCCJ and is em-
ployed by Toll Brothers, Inc. in Jack-
sonville as a project administrator.
Dustin is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bill L. Frick. Dustin graduated from
Jacksonville University and is em-
ployed by Toll Brothers, Inc. as a
project manager.
Kelly and Dustin met in 1999
while working together for a Jack-
sonville homebuilder. They were en-
gaged on February 2, 2005 while on
a private sleigh ride during a vacation
in Breckenridge, Colorado.
Their wedding ceremony was held
at 4:00 p.m. on a beautiful spring af-
ternoon, beneath a huge oak tree out-
side of the Ribault Club. A string-trio
welcomed the guests and performed
the ceremony music.
Dinner, cocktails and dancing
continued into the night. The couple
departed on a rose-petal toss and they
left two days later for their 10-day
honeymoon to Costa Rica.
Upon their return to Jacksonville,
construction was started on their
new home, located in St. Augustine,
Florida. The brides married name is
Kelly C. Frick.


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Ms. Hallie Suzanne Seay and Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Myers request the
pleasure of your company at the
marriage of their children Kaitlyn
Nichole Pinkerton and LCpl. Jimmie
Harold Myers on October 21,2006 at
4:00 p.m. at First Baptist Church of
Trenton.
Reception immediately following
in the Church Fellowship Hall.


The Gibbs Family To,
Be At Otter Springs RV
Resort
The Gibbs Family will be at Otter
Springs RV Resort on Saturday, Oc-
tober 7, 2006 at 7:00 p.m.
This will be a non-denominational,
christian fellowship, and a covered
dish dinner.
To reach Otter Springs from Hwy
26, turn north on CR 232 and then
left on 70th Street. The entrance is
one mile on the right.
For more information, call
Trish Keene at (352) 463-0800
or 800-883-9107 or email at
ottersprings(D,aol.com. or website:
www.ottersprings.com.

Swoodland Craft
Signs
463-7135


t


Welcomes You!
"Embracing the Past and Reaching Toward the Future."
Corer of NE Second St. and Highway 26 in Trenton

(Nursery provided for 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 Nights:
Awana 6:20 PM
Youth Bible Study, Praise & Worship 6:30 PM.
Adult Bible Study & Prayer 7 PM

D9'NAMIC MINISTRIES' FOR ALL AGES!
Call 463-2038for more information
or
www.fbctrentonfl. org


Gulf Hammock Church
Of God To Hold Yard
Sale On October 7th
The Gulf Hammock Church 'of
God will be holding a yard sale on
Saturday, October 7th starting at 7:30
a.m, west of Bronson on US 27.
Come out and enjoy the day with
us and shop till' you drop.
For any information, please contact
the church at (352) 486-4425.


Pine Grove Baptist
Church To Have Annual
Harvest Fall Festival
Pine Grove Baptist Church wil be
having their annual Harvest Fall Fes-
tival this Saturday, October 7, 2006,
from 3:00-6:00 p.m.
Pastor Greg Douglas invites every-
one to bring their children out to join
in on the fun and fellowship. We will
have hamburgers, hotdogs, cotton
candy, lemonade, candy, french fries,
chili, cake walk and hayrides and lots
of prizes for the children.
* The church is located three miles
south of Trenton on Hwy. 339.


Fashion Show At
McCall's Chapel United
Methodist Church
Although Valentine's Day is a
few months away the Thespians of
McCall's Chapel United Methodist
could not wait to put on another per-
formance. On Saturday, October 7th,
the group will present a Faux Fashion
Folly for your enjoyment.
Have you ever put together an
outfit that you wondered if it was ex-
actly right? After the performance on
Saturday you will realize your choice
was not that bad.
A light meal will be served starting
at 5:30 p.m., with the Faux Fashion
Show starting at 7:00 p.m. and all of
this for a free will offering.
McCall's Chapel is located -on
Highway 349 one mile north of
the Dixie County line. Call Pastor
Taylor for directions, or questions at,
ijN)'935-0595.


First Baptist Church
Of Williston To Have
Southern Gospel Sing
On October 21st
The First Baptist Church of Wil-
liston invites everyone to a Southern
Gospel Sing, October 21st at 6:
30 p.m. featuring The Blackwood
Brothers Quartet.
The Blackwood Brothers Quartet
was formed in 1934 with brothers


Welcomes you to come worship with us
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Sunday Praise & Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evening Praise & Worship 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 p.m.

Phone 463-6543
www.geocities.com/churchofgod_trentonfla



We Welcome You To
Mt. Nebo Baptist Church (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:
AWANA 6:15pm, Youth "JAM" night & Adult Bible Study... 7 pm
Pastor: Rev. Jimmy Corbin
Minister of Youth: Matt Holtsclaw
Church Phone: 386-935-3575
"Committed to Reaching People for Christ"


YOU ARE WELCOME AT

PRISCILLA BAPTIST CHURCH

5509 S.W. County Road 232, Bell, Florida
(Between Bell & Trenton 2.5 miles West of SR 129)


Sunday School..........................10:00 AM
Morning Worship.......................11:00 AM
Evening Worship............ ..............6:00 PM
Wednesday Night Prayer/Youth...7:30 PM


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Be a part of an exciting time of Worship and Bible Study.

Web: www.ForMinistry.com/USFLSOBCOPBC 1


Roy, Doyle, James and Roy's oldest
son, R.W. That heritage of gospel
music is still carried on today as
James' oldest son Jimmy joins tenor
great Wayne Little, the smooth bass
of Randy Byrd and the piano artistry
of Brad White to present a modem-
day version of that great quartet
sound.
A love offering will be received for
other Blackwood Brothers Quartet.
First Baptist Church of Williston
is located at 339 East Noble Avenue
just east of Billy Jack's and across the
road from Perkins State Bank.


Remember Our Troops
For those who believe, prayer is a
powerful weapon. It not only does
something for the pray-er, but also it
can increase the faith of those who
are being prayed for, especially those
who are in harm's way and protecting
our freedoms which we sometimes
take for granted here in the United
States of America.
We all should be consistent in our
prayers for those of our county who
are serving in the Armed Forces. The
following is a known list of those
who are on active duty, and who ei-
ther have a residence here or who are
relatives of someone who lives here
in Gilchrist County. (If you know
of an active military personnel who
is not listed, please contact the Gil-
christ County Journal, so that person
can be listed the next time this article
is published.
Clayton App, Kathy Arrington, Pe-
ter Belanger, Steve Calloway, Drew
Cheatum, Wayne Cheatum, Robert
Dean, Jimmy Fletcher, Jr., Chris
Geiger (Iraq), Jon Guzman (Afghani-
stan), Sgt. Jeremiah Hauprich, (Spe-
cial Forces), Sgt. Daniel Hauprich,
(Korea), Dylan Hilliard, (Iraq), Gary
Hilliard, Mark Hilliard, Steve Hill-
iard, Joe Hudson, Anne Marie Lan-
drum (Army), Brian Landrum, (Ma-
rines), Heather Langston, Matthew C.
Lind, Rob Long, Katie Lovett, Jona-
than luchak, Gus Mauldin, Michael
Mayo, Evan McQuistan, T.J. Miller,
Mark Milton, Allen Murray, Stephen
Reed, T.J. Rush, Matthew Riordan,
1.4n(o Corloral ~ ipheI"'Rbit',
J.,I:P')onni.i Slayton, Donny Slaton,
Ja.I'rliE. l.tyton, Jeffrey Solis (Iraq),
Tech Sargent Gregory M. Turner
(Georgia), Justin Twigg (Iraq), Na-
than Twigg, LaShonda White (Iraq),
Wesley Wilson, Kyle Worthington,
and Daniel Wood (Iraq).


SVL Inc. Board
Meeting October 9th
The October board meeting is
scheduled for Monday, October 9,
2006, at 7:00 p.m. at the McArthur
Park Conference Room.
Hope to see you there!


ney at Law presented the adoption to
the Honorable John E. Crusoe, Cir-
cuit Judge, Second Judicial Circuit.
Johnny traveled with his parents
and ten other family members that
shared in this long-awaited event.
On the following Saturday, many
family and friends gathered with
Johnny and his parents to celebrate
his adoption.


FAX SERVICE AT THE

(GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL

463-7393



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


Trenton United

Methodist Church
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,1:00 am Morni'g Wprship 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.


BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH
"Committed to living and sharing the message of God's love."
Bible Study 9:45 a.m.
Sunday Worship 11 a.m. & 7 p.m.
Prayer & Discipleship Wed. 7 p.m.
Youth Praise & Worship Wed. 6:30 p.m.
Awana Program Wed. 6:30 p.m.
7070 S.W. CR-334A Trenton, FL 32693
352-463-2028
e-mail: bethelit@bellsouth.net
www.backtobethel.org


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t 16655 N. W. CR-339 Trenton, Florida 32693 t
352-463-2151
www.pgbcfl.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
Children's Church............................... 10:30 AM
Evening Worship Service...........................6:00 PM
Wednesday Night Services: Prayer Meeting,
AWANA & Youth Worship........................7:00 PM
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2006


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The best feelings are those that
have no words to describe them.
We, Stacy and Rhonda Scott
proudly announce the adoption of our
son, Johnny Ray Scott. Johnny was
born July 1, 2005, and was welcomed
home November 16, 2005.
The final adoption hearing was
held on September 18, 2006, in Tal-
lahassee. Madonna M. Finney, Attor-










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YOU ARE INVITED


TO A GOSPEL MEETING
at

The Church of Christ at Cherrj Sink
with

Gene Ta!lor

October 15th 20th

Sunday A.M. 10:00 & 11:00

7:50 N ghtly (Including Sunday)


Topics Will Be:


Irish Storyteller
Tomaseen Foley's Irish
Times To Be At Levy
Performing Arts Center
Return to the days before the motor
car, the television and the telephone,
to gentler times and simpler places
with native Irish storyteller Tomas-
een Foley's Irish Times on October
24th at 7:30 p.m. at the Levy Per-
forming Arts Center.
Long before Riverdance, ordinary
Irish men and women met friends
and neighbors to dance and fill the
Celtic twilight with laughter and sto-
ries. From the infinitely rich treasury


of Ireland's cultural heritage Irish
times recreates an evening of tradi-
tional dance and the fiery musical
sounds of the fiddle, flute, whistle,
and bodrans.
Enjoy dinner before the perfor-
mance at 6:00 p.m. at the Lobo Caf6.
More information regarding season
or individual tickets may be obtained
and reservations for dinner may be
made by calling the box office at
(386) 754-4340. Individual ticket
prices for the performance are $14
general admission, $13 seniors, and
$12 LCCC staff, students, and stu-
dents from other schools.


The Godly Man As
& Father
The Sayings From


Tuesday: Faces About The Cross


Wednesday: A Changed Person


The Problem Of Self


Governor Bush
Announces Inititative To
Assist Florida's
Severely Injured
Veterans
Florida Seamless Transition
Program Helps Servicemembers
Learn About State Benefits
Governor Jeb Bush today an-
nounced the start of a pilot program
which provides the state with timely
veteran contact information from the
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
(VA), allowing the Florida Depart-
ment of Veterans' Affairs (FDVA) to
reach out to severely injured service-
members inbound for treatment at a
Florida-based VA facility.
"I'm proud that Florida is the first
state to establish a formal program to
inform our injured veterans from Op-
erations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi
Freedom about Florida state benefits
available to them and their families,"
said Governor Bush. "Hopefully,
this pilot initiative, called the Florida
Seamless Transition Program, will
become a model for other state gov-
ernments to enhance their long-term
case management support of these
deserving veterans and the families
of the fallen."
The program allows VA staff
members assigned to Department of
Defense medical facilities to contact
injured servicemembers headed to
VA treatment facilities in Florida,
and provide an opportunity for them
to authorize contact by FDVA repre-
sentatives.
In June 2006, Governor Bush pro-
posed the contact information-shar-
ing arrangement regarding severely
injured servicemembers, similar to
the existing relationship between the
DOD and VA.
"This program ensures Florida's
severely injured servicemembers can
be tracked by state government agen-
'cies offering a variety of additive
health care, education, work force,
and financial benefits to federal
programs," said FDVA Executive
Director Rocky McPherson. "This
program will become a valuable as-
set toward state government enhanc-
ing long-term support to our Florida
veterans and their families," he said.
FDVA is a state agency created to
assist all present and former mem-
bers of the Armed Forces of the
United States and their dependents
and survivors in preparing claims
for and securing such compensation,
hospitalization, vocational training,
employment assistance, and other
benefits or privileges they may have
earned. All services rendered by
FDVA are without charge to the
claimant.
For information on FDVA and ben-
efits offered to Florida veterans, log
on to www,FloridaVets.org.

As long as you're gaping to
think anyway, think big.
Donald Trump


ANNUAL MEETING

OCTOBER 7, 2006


Touchstone Energy*
Cooperatives


Free door prizes and soft drinks, entertainment by Gary Claxton and drawings for cash and gift prizes
will highlight Central Florida Electric Cooperative's Annual Meeting. This year's meeting will be held at
the Cooperative's Operation Center located at 11350 NW Hwy-129 in Chiefland. The Center's entrance
will be located on County Road 321 North of Hwy-129 in Chiefland. (Please follow the signs)
Member registration will begin at 8:00 a.m. and lose the end of the business meeting. You may register
at any table.
Entertainment will begin at 8:30 a.m. The business session will begin at 10:00 a.m., and drawings for
cash and prizes will begin at the end of the business session.
The business meeting will include presentation of reports from President Tony Weeks, General
Manager Mike Campbell, and Secretary/Treasurer Donnie Lane.
WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU AT YOUR 2006 ANNUAL MEETING.
A PARTIAL LIST OF PRIZES IS SHOWN BELOW -
Q uilt..............................................................................................................Log C abin Q uilters
Three 3-N ight Getaw ays..................................................................................Florida M edia, Inc.
$100 savings Bond.... ...........................................................Drummond Community Bank
30" JVC Widescreen Color TV....................................................................Altec Industries, Inc.
DVD Player...............................................................Langdale Forest Products Co.
(2) $100.00 Savings Bonds..............................................................Purvis, Gray & Company
Umbrella & Bags............................. .........................................................Perkins State Bank
Rigid Professional 3/8" VSR Drill......................................Original Calibrated Recloser Service
(2) Car replicas................ .... ............. .... .. ............. ........................ Carquest Auto Parts
Gam e Set......................... ................................................................... Office M ax
M r. Coffee.............................. .......... ....... ...................................M cLean Engineering
4-Slice Toaster Oven........................ ........................Southeastern Testing Laboratory, Inc.
$25.00 Wal-Mart Gift Card ............................................ ........................Kimball Midwest
Igloo Cooler....... ............................................................................H ilm an Supply Com pany, Inc.
(2) Lube Oil & Filter Gift Certificates.................................................Scoggins Chevy/Olds
(2) $50.00 Cash Prizes & (4) $25.00 Cash Prizes...................Damron's Refrigeration Services
DVD & VCR Combo............... ....................................................................GRESCO
Plant................................... .........................................................H ardeetow n N nursery
$50.00 Wal-Mart Gift Card................................................ .................S & C Electric Company
(2) $50.00 Savings Bonds...........................................................................Capital City Bank
Microwave Oven & (2) Calculators........................................................Hughes Supply, Inc.
Coffee Maker, Kitchen Kettle & Toast-It-All................................Musgrove Construction, Inc.
5-Gallon Igloo Water Cooler, Caps & T-shirts..........................Construction Tire & Maintenance
Ceiling Fan, Can Opener, Power Strip, Toaster..........................................Lawson Products, Inc.
One-Touch Chopper, Utility Heater, Hand Mixer.....................................Lawson Products, Inc.
Slow Cooker, Coffee Maker, Grilling Machine..........................................Lawson Products, Inc.
(2) Voyager Cargo Duffle Bags.............................................Jacksonville Specialty Advertising
(2) Gift Certificates for Windshirts.......................................Riverside manufacturing Company
(6) $100 Cash Prizes.......................................... Central Florida Electric Cooperative, Inc.
(16) $50.00 Cash Prizes............. ................................Central Florida Electric Cooperative, Inc.
(100) $25.00 Cash Prizes........................................Central Florida Electric Cooperative, Inc.


VOTE J0

JOHN RANCE

THOMAS -01
for COUNTY
COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT FOUR

Dear Voters:
Having been raised on our family farm in North Gilchrist County I learned how to work
hard from a very early age. I also learned the value of a dollar and what it means to put
forth 100% into an honest day's work. I still work daily on our farm that I manage alongside
my uncle, my father and my three brothers.

Family is very important to me. I have been blessed to have fine examples and role models
in my life regarding my faith in God, service to my Country, love and respect for my family
and service to OUR community. Myparents as well as grandparents served in the educa-
tional system here in Gilchrist County as well as the health care arena. My paternal grandfa-
ther served as a Gilchrist County Commissioner for several years. I am dedicated to
Gilchrist County. I am dedicated to doing the best job I can do as County Commissioner if
elected.

It has been a pleasure to visit with many of you over the past few months and I am hoping
to meet with many more of you over the next several weeks. Please feel free to contact me
with any questions or concerns that you may have. I would sincerely appreciate your
consideration on November 7, 2006!

Sincerely,

John Rance Thomas Democrat
Candidate for County Commissioner
District Four
VOTE

JOHN RANCE THOMAS
for
COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT FOUR
Political advertisement paid and approved by John Rance Thomas, Democrat, for Gilchrist County Commissioner District 4


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Branford Stops Bell For

7-0 Victory


Gilchrist County Kids Participate In
SCHOOL NEWS NFL/Pepsi Punt, Pass And Kick


Bell's Brandon Ridgeway caught a nice pass from quarterback
Justin Fowler and runs to pickup a first down. The Bulldogs
and the Buccaneers played tough through four quarters of foot-
ball action Friday night in Bell. Photo by Anna Wild.


The Bell Bulldogs hosted the Bran-
ford Bucs Friday night in a classic
rivalry of small rural communities.
The Bucs jumped out to an early 7-0
lead and held off the host Bulldogs to
take a 7-0 victory.
Branford scored with :32 seconds
left in the opening period when run-
ning back Matt Taylor ran 13 yards
for the only touchdown in this game.
Cody Dicks gave the visitors a 7-0
lead when he made a 1-point kick
that split the uprights following the
touchdown.
In the second period the two teams
played hard and exchanged offensive
possessions several times. The Bucs
attempted a field goal with just mo-
ments remaining in the opening half.
The kick went wide and the visitors
held a 7-0 lead at intermission.
The third period was also a dead
lock as both teams moved the foot-
ball but neither could score a touch-
down.
In the fourth quarter, the Bulldogs
had a first and goal inside the Bucs'
10-yard line. Bell attempted to score
but fell short on each opportunity.
With 1:09 left in the game, the Bucs
were on offense and decided to seal


the win as they took a knee on the last
two plays of the game.
The Bulldog's Lee Carlisle led Bell
on offense as he rushed for 52 yards
on 9 runs. Ty Lasimone picked up 23
yards for the Bulldogs on 5 attempts.
Bell's Justin Fowler completed 10 of
29 passes for 83 yards with 1 inter-
ception. Brandon Ridgeway was the
Bulldogs leading receiver as he had 4
receptions for 35 yards.
The Bucs Brett Suggs set the pace
for the winners on offense as he
rushed for 123 yards on 24 carries.
John Perry picked up 54 yards on 14
rushes. Branford's quarterback Tim
Clark completed 3 of 10 passes for
34 yards.
The Bell Bulldogs will host Carra-
belle Friday night. The kickoff is set
for 7:30 p.m.
Branford will travel to Lafayette to
take on the undefeated Hornets in a
District 2-A match up.

There are three kinds of friends:
best friends, guest friends, and pest
friends.
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Bell Varsity
Cheerleader's To Have
Car Wash October 6th
The Bell Varsity Cheerleaders will
be having a car wash on Friday, Octo-
ber 6th, in front of the school. It will
be held from 9:00 a.m.-l:00 p.m.
This is a fundraiser to help the
Varsity Squad with their upcoming
expenses for the year. All donations
will be appreciated. Come out and
support this hardworking team.


Bell FFA Alumni Elects
New Officers
The Bell FFA Alumni would like
to announce its officers for the 2006-
2007 school year. President-Melissa
Brown, Vice President-Erin Sanders,
Secretary-Joy Powell, Treasurer-Cin-
dy Scott, and Reporter-Linda Brown,
were all re-elected at the September
meeting.
The meetings are held the second
Thursday of the month at the Bell Ag.
Building.
We would like to invite all parents
of FFA members, past FFA mem-
bers, and any adults to come join the
"booster" club for the Bell FFA.
Linda Brown,
Reporter


Lafayette Defeats
Trenton To Remain On
Top Of District 2 A
The Trenton Tigers were no match
for the Hornets from Mayo as the un-
defeated visitors took a 42-6 victory
to remain on top of District 2 A in
Northwest Florida.
The Hornets jumped out to a 35-0
half time lead and continued to put
on the defensive pressure to keep the
hosts scoreless until the final quarter.
In the third quarter Lafayette's Eric
McIntyre scored his second touch-
down of this game on a 5 yard run.
Roaslio added the extra point kick
as the Hornet's increased their lead
to 42-0.
The Tigers Durell Henry kept the
Trenton fans' hopes alive when he
ran for a 7-yard touchdown in the
final period.
The Tigers will have an open week
as they look to October 13 when they
travel to Hilliard. Mayo will host
Branford Friday night.


Bell Purple Powerhouse
Band Booster Meeting
October 5th
Bell's Purple Powerhouse Band
Boosters will have their monthly
meeting on Thursday, October 5th,
2006 at 7:00 p.m. in the Band Room.
We will be planning for Homecom-
ing, Senior Recognition Night, and
our upcoming competitions. Please
join us as a member!
If you have any questions, you now
also have an easy access to get those
answers directly!
The Bell Band is NOW ON-
LINE!! Check us out for all your
band information needs at: http:
//www.purplepowerhouseband.org.
Debbie Norton-Aronowicz,
President
Purple Powerhouse Band Boosters
and Officers


Bell's Purple
Powerhouse Band
Boosters Have What
You Need For
Homecoming
Bell Band Boosters have just what
you need to be prepared for Bell's
Homecoming Football game on Oc-
tober 13th!
Available at ALL our football
games, our Purple Powerhouse Band
Booster Merchandise Table has just
what you need to show your BullDog
Spirit!
We have big Purple #1 Foam
Fingers $2.00, BullDog Flags
with stick $1.00, Megaphones -
.50, Noise Clappers .50, BullDog
Hand Fans $1.00, BullDog License
Tags $3.00, Sports Drink Bottles
- $1.00, Car Flags $1.00, Bumper
Stickers .50, Cow Bells $3.00, Sta-
dium Seats $2.00, Beautiful Wood
Carved BullDog Hanging Ornament
- $3.00 (looks great hanging on your
rearview mirror!) and BullDog Foot-
ball Pins (jewelry) $3.00.
So stop by our Merchandise Table
at any of our Football games, and get
ready for homecoming.
If you have any questions that have
not been answered, you now have an
easy access to get those answers di-


rectly. The Purple Powerhouse Band
is now on the World Wide Web.
Check us out for all your band
information needs at: http://www.pu
rplepowerhouseband.org.
We'll keep you posted!
Debbie Norton-Aronowicz,
President,
Purple Powerhouse Band Boosters


Shown are the 70 children who came out Tuesday, September 26th, from Gilchrist County to the field at
Trenton High School and participated in the county NFL/Pepsi Punt, Pass and Kick competition spon-
sored by SunState Federal Credit Union and the Suwannee Valley Leagues. Photo by Anna Wild.


Florida Museum Offers
Home-Schoolers
'Dinosaur Egg Hunt'
Classes In October
by: Stacy Acquista
The Florida Museum of Natural
History will offer science education
programs developed specifically for
home-schooled children ages 7-11
without an accompanying adult from
10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on October
3rd, October 10th, October 17th and
October 24th. Space for the "Dino-
saur Egg Hunt" classes is limited
and participants must register for the
entire four-week session.
Students will explore the family
life of Earth's largest animals and
learn what dinosaur bones, eggs and
baby skeletons reveal about these
creatures. Participants also will dis-
cover how paleontologists dig up
clues to the past and why they believe
dinosaurs are the ancient relatives of
birds. Cost is $64 for Florida Muse-
um members and $76 for non-mem-
bers. Call (352) 846-2000 ext. 277 or
visit www.flmnh.ufl.edu/education/
homeschool.htm for more informa-
tion.
The home school class comple-
ments the Florida Museum's current
temporary exhibit "Hatching the
Past: The Great Dinosaur Egg Hunt,"
a hands-on exhibit that features a
collection of 100 authentic dinosaur
eggs and nests collected from all
over the globe. The class price in-
cludes admission into the "Hatching
the Past" exhibition. Regular admis-
sion to "Hatching the Past" is $4 for
adults, $2 for children ages 3-12 and
free for Florida Museum members.
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Gilchrist County Kids
Participate In NFL/
Pepsi Punt, Pass And
Kick
By Anna Wild
On Tuesday, September 26th, 70
kids from Gilchrist County from ages
8-15 came out to the field at Trenton
High School and participated in the
county NFL/Pepsi Punt, Pass & Kick
competition sponsored by Sunstate
Federal Credit Union and the Suwan-
nee Valley Leagues.
The 1s1 place winners from each
age category will go onto the next
competition to be held in High
Springs on October 8th, 2:00 p.m. at
the Sports Complex. The winners of
each division from that competition
will go on to a Team Championship
to be held in Jacksonville. After that
the winners will go on to the National
Championship.


Everyone had a great time and the
winners are very excited about the
chance to participate in a competition
held at a NFL field.
Our local winners were; Girls 8-9
years: 1st place Madison Mower, 2nd
place Katie Powell, 3rd place Kayla
Costello. Girls 10-11 years:lst place
Brittany Mantorello, Girls 12-13
years: 1st place Chelsea Langford,
2nd place Kelsey Valliere, 3rd place
Brandie Mentorello. Boys 8-9 years:
1st place Gabriel Carranza, 2nd place
Evan Wilson, 3rd place Michael
Smith. Boys 10-11 years: 1st place
Ben Thibodaux, 2nd place Hunter
Williams, 3rd place Hunter Lang-
ford. Boys 12-13: 1st place Cedrick
Stokes, 2nd place Chance Brooks,
3rd place Jonathan Smith. Boys 14-
15 years: 1st place Kiele Skawienski,
2nd place Justin Fowler, 3rd place
Caleb Smith.
Congratulations to all the winners
and everyone who participated!


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Officer Training
October 30, 2006 March 16, 2007
Olustee Campus in Building 3, Lab 2
6 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Thursday
(a few weekend training dates required)
Mandatory Meeting, October 11

Must be 19 years old before March 16, 2007,
have a high school diploma or GED,
and pass a physical exam including EKG.
Call for details :
Law Enforcement Program at (386) 754-4383
by e-mail at brownd@lakecitycc.edu
or visit the Lake City Community College Web site at
www.lakecitycc.edu for more information.


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Mrs. McKenzie's Kindergarten Class

Celebrates Johnny Appleseed Day


Shown on back row from left are "Johnny Appleseed" (Kim McKenzie), Hanna Langford, A
Scroeder, Linda McWilliams, Sandra DeSalvo, Idalis Recinos-Vasquez, Stephanie Mendosza, Kyle
and Lacianna Davis. Front row from left are James Edwards, Kyle Edwards, Chris Driggers-Ellis
Palacios, Cody Edwards, and Eli Townsend.


On September 22, 2006, Mrs.
McKenzie dressed up as Johnny Ap-
pleseed, with a pot on her head and a
bag on her side. Her class was cele-
brating Johnny Appleseed Day which
was on the following Tuesday. The
class spent the week talking about
how Johnny Appleseed walked all
across America planting apple seeds
wherever he went. Mrs. McKenzie's
class walked to Hitchcock's to buy
apples in honor of Johnny Appleseed,
and all he had done. They had a great
time. Thank you Hitchcock's for let-
ting Mrs. McKenzie's class come and
get apples.


Bell Elementary School
PTA News, Events And
Information
The PTA at Bell Elementary is off
to an awesome start this year. Our
most recent event was Grandparent's
Day. This full-day event is compiled
of county officials,. volunteers, par-.
ents, friends of the PTA and most im-
portantly, or:disr' lmnL ghed guests,
GRANDPARENTS. We had Grand-
parents that traveled for over three
hours just to come and have lunch
with their grandchildren. The orga-
nization of this event was tip-top and
the day was busy, but ran as smooth
as silk. There are tons of volunteers
that spent numerous hours helping


FENCING


out. Thank you. Without you and'
your support, our PTA would not be
as successful.
We would also like to thank a few
of our county officials that took time
out of their busy schedules to come
and serve on the serving line: Randy
Durden (County Commissioner),
Kenrick Thomas (County Com-
missioner), Joe Gilliam (Clerk of
Court), Marilyn Bruce (Tax Collec-
tor), and Damon Leggett (Property
Appraiser). We would also like to
say thank you to Mr. Terry Owens
who "came out of retirement" to read
to several classes of children that day,
along with several others.
One of the new things this year
at Grandparent's Day was photos.
Angel Taylor of Angel Taylor Pho-
tography was there and took pictures
of those wishing to capture their
moment from such a memorable
day. Thank you to all of our many
volunteers that were there and helped
to make our Grandparent's Day the
most successful, yet,
Homecoming is just around the
corner (October 13th) and we are
gearing up for the parade. The PTA
will be selling snow cones, cotton
candy, megaphones full of popcorn,
spirit accessories, tattoos and much
more. We will be located across the
street from Akins during the parade.
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Trenton Elementar
School Tiny Tigers
We are excited to annou
our first general meeting
school year for the Tiny Tig
is October 10th at 6:30 p.m
media center. We will be
ing the plans for our upcom
Festival, scheduled for N(
9th. Committee plans are bei
ized but volunteers are still
and welcomed please mal
to attend.
Our membership drive gra
winners had their popcorn/ic
parties last Friday. Thank
Ryan Weaver and Hitchco
donating the ice cream, boy
spoons for the winning class
eryone had a great time and
had by all. With this drive
have 125 plus new members
numbers are still growing. Y
tions for TTPTO member
located in the front office.
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sons for the 2006-07 school
President Dr. John Frazi
President Karen Rutter, T
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Secretary Denise Troyer, JR
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unteer Coordinator Angel
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S Gilchrist County Land
Transactions
Dan Colwell per rep Virginia D.
Godwin Estate, and Wachovia Bank
to W. Thomas Rutledge, Jr., Dan
Colwell, and Wachovia Bank, Per-
sonal Representative's Release and
Certificate of Distribution of Real
Property, $10.00.
Timothy J. Coons and Linda
Coons to Wayne Adams, general
warranty deed, $10.00, Lot 9 Honey
Bee Farms.
Wayne Adams and Pamela K.
Adams to Roderick N. Lawson, Sr.,
Betty J. Lawson, Douglas Alan Tur-
chon and Susan Michelle Turchon,
general warranty deed, $10.00, Lot 9
Honey Bee Farms.
NRLL East, LLC to Ishiree Singh,
warranty deed, $10,180.00, Lots 22,
23, 26, 27, 30 and 31, Block 7 Su-
wannee River.
Gilchrist County Clerk of Court,
Sun Springs Development Corpora-


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tion. L.W. Martin. Dock Blanchard.
ESQ to John Tippett, Jr.. tax deed,
$1.300.00.
Gilchrist County Clerk of Court,
Raymond S. McColister and Jewel
D. McColister to Stanley C. Thomas,
Sr., and Donald Cook, Sr., tax deed,
$3,200.00, Lots 3 and 4 block 10 Sun
'N Fun Unit 4.
Gilchrist County Clerk of Court,
Kurt H. Prodell to Stanley C. Thom-
as, Sr., and Donald Cook, Sr., tax
deed, $2,500.00, Lot 128 Waccasassa
Campsites Unit 1.
John J. Burns and Maureen Coffey
S Burns to Laurie E. Duchamp, war-
S ranty deed, $10.00, Lot 63 Rolling
S Oaks Unrecorded.
Riverwalk Partners, LLP to Jon
May and Patricia May, warranty
i''.: ." deed, $75,000.00, Lot 43 Riverwalk
Fanning Springs.
Robert G. Rankin and Jeffrey M.
Hayes to Homerun Enterprises, Inc,
warranty deed, $10.00..
E. B. Sauls to Pauline P. Sauls, quit
claim deed conveying a life estate,
$10.00.
Chris E. Malecki and Melissa J.
Malecki to Chris E. Malecki and
Melissa J. Malecki, quit claim deed,
$10.00.
Chris E. Malecki and Melissa J.
Malecki to Chris E. Malecki and
Ishlynn Melissa J. Malecki, quit claim deed,
e Story, $10.00.
;, Fredy Gilchrist County Clerk of Court,
Rafael G. Vidal Portela to Encom-
pass International, LLC, tax deed,
$1,121.00, Lot 43 Santa Fe Ranch.
Gilchrist County Clerk of Court,
d Home- Joseph W. Gilliam to Thomas Travis
9:00 and Rahn, Certificate of Title, $1,000.00,
. Tons Lot 1 Caine Millwoods.
younger John Keith Williams per rep and
Bounce Dan L. Hendricks Estate, to Ronald
;e walk, W. Steven, Special Warranty Deed,
ner, and $13,000.00, Lot 1,2,3,4,8 Block D.
certainly Andrews Coleman.
are's Fall John Keith Williams per rep
:e of our
ion of Dan L. Hendricks Estate to Ronald
)ption of
for our W. Steven, special warranty deed,
aper re- $13,000.00, Lot 30 Block B Andrews
it. Hope Coleman.
Dopplerdave, Inc to Earl Martin,
fitted by warranty deed, $15,000.00, Lot 5
officers Sun 'N Fun Unit 5.
resident William C. Parker, Bernice C.
resident Muench per rep to Jorge C. Lauzardo
easurer), and Marta Lauzardo, corrective war-
cretary), ranty deed, $10.00, Lot 19 Woodland
Coordi- Oasis Unrecorded.
nator) Joann R. Tripp to Paul W. Tripp,
Tracy L. Tripp, Michael R. Tripp,
Mary Trjpp,p "li,:,_ ,. Boyd Walker
yi :;, and Aylin Asli Goncer.Walker, spe-
PTO cial warranty deed, $38,000.00.
nce that Nicholas R. Bryant, Virginia G.
of this Bryant to Alesia A. Rehfeldt and Ale-
ers PTO sia A. Rehfeldt Family Trust, general
a. in the warranty deed, $120,000.00, Lot 2
discuss- Block I Suwannee River Springs
ling Fall Unit 4.
november Napoleon Development Corpora-
ng final- tion to Aline St. Clair, warranty deed,
needed $13,000.00, Lots 1 and 2 Block 9 Sun
ke plans 'N Fun Unit 4.

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you Mr. Marriage Applications
ck's for in Gilchrist County
wls, and Harley Austin Conner, date of
ses. Ev- birth,7/17/1988, and Kristina Lauren
fun was White, date of birth, 8/17/1985, both
we now of Bell.
Sand the
Applica-
ship are Marriages Filed In

'hairper- Gilchrist County
year are: Daniel Christopher Caulk, date
er, Vice of birth, 11/1/1961, and Norma Sue
treasurer Roberts, date of birth, 7/1/1965, both
-1 Harris, of Bell were married on September
ulie Har- 26, 2006, in Trenton by Judge Ed-
idraising ward Philman.
ng, Vol- Howard Nickolas Kahill, date of
a McK- birth, 4/29/963, and Sherry Lee Rich-
Sheila ards, date of birth, 8/13/1960, both of
Hospi- Bell were married on September 29,
lohnson, 2006, in Trenton by Cynthia Chad-
thers. wick, notary.


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Bell JV Bulldogs
by Sandy Panchyshyn
The first quarter started off with
the Warriors kicking off to our #5
Bulldog Tyler Popp who returned it
for 45 yards. Then # 21 Jeremy Zim-
merman ran the ball in for our first
touchdown of the game. Our #53
Bulldog Devonte King ran it in for
the two point conversion.
Later in the first quarter Bell's # 81
Chris Huek intercepted the ball and
ran it for 40 yards into the end zone,
giving the Bell Bulldogs our second
touchdown in the first quarter.
Then a two-point conversion was
made by Chris Wilkerson. The Bull-
dogs were awesome tonight. On our
next possession Jeremy Zimmerman
ran another touchdown for this Bell
team leaving the score 22-0.
Still in first quarter, Bulldogs # 20,
Bradly, Denfharm had, aphemenal
53yara Scarry for our fourth touch-
down in the first quarter. These dogs
were unstoppable. Score at half time
28-0.
In the second half #81 Bulldog
Chris Huek, made a big sac on the
Warrior quarterback for a huge loss.
In the fourth our #15 Steven Woodby
made a touchdown and his own two-
point conversion. This game was
incredible. Final score was 50-0. A
lot of younger players contributed to
this shut-out win and were able to get
some playing time out on the field.
Just to name a few who got to
play: Abdul M., Noah T., Tyler M.,
Noah T., Garrett H., Jake H., Logan
D., Greyson S., Tyler C., Nathan H.,
Chris R., Chris H., Stevie J., Cole U.,
Vinny M., Gage T., Kyle F., Kyle S.,
and many others who sometimes do
not get the opportunity to play as
often.


They all played this game and it
was a success. For those JV players
soon to be moving on up to varsity,
good luck guys. Play hard, always
stay true to your teammates. Team
work gets it done. Go Bulldogs.
We'll be rooting for you all.


Spring Ridge Volunteer
Fire Department's
October Pancake
Breakfast
The Spring Ridge Volunteer Fire
Department invites you to its next
monthly Pancake Breakfast at its
fire station. This month's breakfast
will start at 7:30 a.m. on Saturday,
October 7th, and will run until at
least 10:00 a.m,, All residents of the
northeast Gilchrist County area and
s.i rrotuidmig tfsrt"i-ttitie.s ar& I'vifed
to attend.
Remember that the general elec-
tion is coming up in November.
Many of our local candidates will be
in attendance. This is a great oppor-
tunity for voters and.candidates to
meet and discuss the issues prior to
Election Day.
Blueberry, walnut and plain pan-
cakes will be served, along with
sausages, eggs, coffee and juice.
As usual, the cost for the breakfast
will be a donation to the fire depart-
ment. 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 neigh-
bors. See you on the first Saturday of
October(and every month)!


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Eric M. Kiskaddon
Eric M. Kiskaddon Has
Been Named
"Commended Student"
In The 2007 National
Merit Scholarship
Program
The directors, Carl and Ge-
neva Cornwell, of Victory Christian
School, Trenton, Florida, announced
today that Eric M. Kiskaddon, has
been named "Commended Stu-
dent" in the 2007 National Merit
Scholarship Program. A letter of
Commendation from the school and
National Merit Scholarship Corpora-
tion (NMSC), which conducts the
program, will be presented by the di-
rectors to this scholastically talented
senior.
About 34,000 "Commended
Students' throughout the nation are
being recognized for their excep-
tional academic promise. Although
they will not continue in the 2007
competition for Merit Scholarship
awards, "Commended Students"
placed among the top 5% of more
than 1.4 million students who en-
tered the 2007 competition by taking
the 2005 Preliminary SAT/National
Merit Scholarship Qualifying Teat
(PSAT/NMSQT).
"Recognition of academically
talented students and the key role
played by schools in their develop-
ment is essential to the pursuit of
educational excellence in our na-
tion," commented a spokesperson for
NMSC. "The young people being
named "Commended Students" have
demonstrated outstanding academic
potential by their strong performance
in the highly competitive program.
We hope that this recognition will
help broaden their educational oppor-
tunities and that thqy will continue to
pursue scholastic\excellence i .

What makes you worthwhile is
who you are, not what you do.
Marianne Williams


Bell Middle High PTA
Meeting Will Be Held
On October 9th
Calling on you. Would you like to
be a part of a dynamic group who
work for our students? Well would
you? It only takes a minute to join
the working group for Bell Middle
High...THE BELL MIDDLE HIGH
PTA. The October meeting will be
held in the Bell Media Center on
Monday, October 9, 2006, begin-
ning at 7:00 p.m. Now...don't say
you don't have time just yet...our
meetings usually only run about an
hour....it's worth the time. Please
plan to join us.
The goal of PTA is to help keep
parents up to date with the events of
the Bell Middle High School com-
munity. The organization sponsors
events such as Honor Recognition of
Bell, Middle School and the Awards
Night for both Middle and High
School and even a few of the scholar-
ships that are awarded to our students
each year.
With the goal of communica-
tion in mind, PTA invites a guest
speaker each month to our monthly
meetings. Last month we were very
lucky to have Mrs. Dana Collins to
represent the guidance Department
of Bell schools. She brought with
her information about the CPT, SAT,
and ACT testing, the availability of
each, as well as cost and schedules.
She also shared information from our
local service recruiter and lots of de-
tails about the Florida Bright Futures
Scholarship Program. PTA appreci-
ates the time Mrs. Collins devoted to
us and extends our many thanks. This
month our guest speaker will come
via video from our own media staff
with information and details about
the Accelerated Reading program.
We are looking, forward to a very
informative evening.
In order to be as active as we
are...we must of course hold fund
raising events. Some of these events
slated for the 2006-07 school year are
spirit item sales, at football games
and during Homecoming, Valentine
carnation sales a Christmas cookie
walk, and our biggest each year.. .the
Annual PTA Golf Tournament. Each
year these events help us to pay for
our activities and sponsor scholar-
ships!!! What a busy group.
This year, by way of fund raising,
we will sponsor a new event for the
Bell area. Vintage Portraits will be
offered. PTA will host Premier Por-
trait Studios in Bell on the weekend
of November 17th-19th. There will
be a siftig fee of $l1610.' "That' sitt
ting fee goes directly to the PTA and
you get a FREE 10 x 13 print. What a
great fund-raiser!!!
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members...or if you do not choose to
be a member, but would like to attend
the meeting, please do.
Monday, October 9, 2006 at 7:00
p.m.
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Okefenokee National
Wildlife Refuge
Celebrates Okefenokee's
Cultural Heritage
At Chesser Island
Homestead
Come rediscover Georgia's cul-
tural heritage of yesteryear as the
Okefenokee National Wildlife Ref-
uge celebrates the annual Chesser
Island Homestead Open House and
National Wildlife Refuge Week on
October 14, 2006, from 11:00 a.m.
to 5:00 p.m. This special event will
take place at the historic Chesser Is-
land Homestead, located in the Oke-
fenokee National Wildlife Refuge.
Take a walk into history and relive
the ways of the old "swampers".
Learn how settlers made soap,
brooms, butter, quilts, baskets, and
other everyday items from various
swamp and forest resources. Watch
how settlers washed clothes, smoked
meat, collected pine resin for turpen-
tine, and survived in and around the
Okefenokee. See farm animals like
horses, mules, and other livestock.
Listen to the soothing sounds of
bluegrass music, stories, and authen-
tic four-note singing. Sample boiled
peanuts, soup, biscuits, and other
items cooked on the homestead's
wood-burning stove. Enjoy tra-
ditional games including musical
chairs, wheelbarrow races and more!
In the evening, Okefenokee Adven-
tures is offering a special sunset boat
tour into the beautiful and mysterious
Okefenokee Swamp, available for an
additional charge. Visitors will have
the chance to view alligators, wading
birds, and other wildlife. Call Okefe-
nokee Adventures at (912) 496-7156
for more information about these
boat tours.
The refuge entrance fee is $5.00
per vehicle. Duck stamps and/or an-
nual passes are also accepted. Free
shuttle buses will leave from the
refuge Visitor Center every twenty
minutes, traveling to and from the
Chesser Homestead and boardwalk.
This evepttakes ,place at the E.st
entrance to the refuge, located 1.2
miles southwest of Folkston, Georgia
off Hwy. 121/23. For information
on events and activities at the Oke-
fenokee National Wildlife Refuge,
contact the Visitor Center at (912)
496-7836, visit the website at http:
//www.fws.gov/okefenokee, or write
to the Refuge Manager, Okefenokee
NWR, Rt. 2 Box 3330, Folkston,
Georgia, 31537.


Twelfth Annual National
Wildlife Refuge Week
Celebration
The Chassahowitzka National
Wildlife Refuge Complex in Crystal
River will have its annual "Refuge
Day" celebration from 10:00 a.m.
to 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, October
14th. Admission to this event is free.
Food and drink will be available for
purchase. Wildlife and conserva-
tion education exhibits, hands-on
displays, environmental education
games, children's activities area, and
live music throughout the day will
be offered at the headquarters of the
Crystal River National Wildlife Ref-
uge, located on Kings Bay Drive next
to the Port Hotel and Marina.
The daywill begin with a special
"Sunrise Birding Tour of Kings Bay"
with boats leaving the headquarters'
dock at 7:30 a.m. Qualified birders
will accompany each boat to help in
identifying the many birds around
the Refuge. The tour is $15.00 per
person and includes a complimentary
breakfast back at headquarters. Space
is limited; call (352) 563-2088 to re-
serve a seat.
A Cherokee Indian blessing cer-
emony will be given at 9:30 a.m.
with the main festivities beginning
at 10:00 a.m. Free "Discover Your
Refuge" boating tours will be offered
hourly starting at 10:30 a.m. and run
throughout the day.
Representatives from a variety of
non-profit organizations and local
and state outdoor agencies will be on
hand to help promote Citrus County's
bountiful natural resources.
For more information and direc-
tions, call Crystal River National


Wildlife Refuge at (352) 563-2088.


Gilchrist

County

Journal


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Mrs. Adkins Class Goes On An Alphabet

Treasure Hunt


Shown on front row from left are Angelika Schultz, Molly Miller, Nathan Frazier,
Chesney Overstreet, Jonathan Johnson, Alexis Faircloth, Baliee Everett, and Christianna Norfleet. Middle
row from left are Dalton Garrett, Skylynn Thompson, and Summer Elholm. Back row from left are Mrs.
Adkins, Adam Smith, Rylie Butler, McKenzie Eveland, Jayda Kemp, Quitman Kincaid, Jacob Perryman,
Collin Lovelace, Harrison Redd, and Ms. Angel.


New Crossbow Season
Gives Hunters More
Opportunity
Crossbow hunters and bowhunters
will be happy to know the new cross-
bow season is just around the corner.
The new season, established for
this year, provides additional 'op-
portunities for hunters wishing to
use crossbows. It also lengthens the
overall hunting season and extends
the number of days conventional
bowhunters can use their bows, since
bows now are legal to take game dur-
ing all hunting seasons.
The added season is limited to
private lands and restricts harvest to
bucks only. Crossbow season does
not apply to wildlife management
areas.
The season is between the archery
season and muzzle loading gun sea-
son in the South and Central hunting
zones. Crossbow season lasts five
dave and runs October 9th-13th in,
the ''u1ll 'Hunting Zone and October
23 rd- il in the Central Zone.
In the Northwest Hunting Zone,
the season runs one week and opens
the Monday following Thanksgiving
(November 27th) through December
3rd.
The most common game to take
during crossbow season are deer, wild
hogs and bearded turkeys.
Only bucks with at least one antler
five inches or more in length can be
taken, and the daily bag limit is two.
Antlerless deer may be taken only
by hunters holding antlerless deer
permits.
On private lands, there are no bag
or size limits on wild hogs and, with
landowner permission, they can be
taken year-round.
Only one turkey may be taken
per day, and there is a two-bird fall-
season limit. Turkeys may not be
harvested in Holmes County during
any fall season, including crossbow
season.
Hunters cannot usedogs during
crossbow season to take deer, hogs
or turkeys, and when hunting such
game, broadheads must have at least
two sharpened edges with a minimum
width of 7/8 inch.
Besides a Florida hunting license,
hunters must purchase a $5.00 cross-
bow season permit to hunt during
crossbow season. Hunters holding a
sportsman's, gold sportsman's, mili-
tary gold sportsman's or sportsman's
64 license do not need to buy the
crossbow season permit if their li-
cense runs through the season.
For more information on the
new crossbow season, call Tony
Young at (850) 488-7867 or visit
MyFWC.com/hunting.

Each of us makes his own weather,
determines the color of the skies in
the emotional universe which he
inhabits.
Bishop Fulton J. Sheen


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Lonesome River Band
To Be In Perry On
October 6th And 7th
Lonesome River Band will be
performing in Perry on October 6th
and 7th, at the Forest Park "Pickin in
the Pines," on Highway 19. Others
bands will be performing also.
Featured on the front cover of
Bluegrass Unlimited magazine, Au-
gust 2006 issue, is the Lonesome
River Band, based in Meadows-of-
Dan, Virginia. They are Manager and
banjo player, Sammy Shelor, bass
guitarist, Barry Barrier, Jeff Parker
plays mandolin, and Accoustic guitar
player, Shannon Slaughter.
Shannon is the son of Jennie Lou
and Billy Ray Sharp. He grew up
in Chiefland, and graduated from
Chiefland High School. Shannon
started playing the guitar as a young-
ster, performing at various events
like, Seafood Festival, Suwannee
River Livestock Fair and Show, and
sang and played alot at church.
He concentrated mainly on blue-
grass music, and moved from here
to Viriginia to join a Bluegrass Band.
He continued his education and
graduated from Radford University,
Radford, Virginia. Shannon resides
in Wilesboro, North Carolina, is
a member of the Lonesome River
Band, is a teacher of American His-
tory at St. Stephens High School,
Hickory, North Carolina, and coach-
es football.
Shannon continues to call
Chiefland home and gets home as of-
ten as he can. He would be delighted
to see friends and family come to
Perry for this event.


Alphabet Treasure Hunt
Captain Adkins and first mate Ms.
Angel took their pirates on an alpha-
bet treasure hunt.
They hunted the letters and counted
the steps to their treasure. They
found gold coins, necklaces, jewels,
and bracelets.
Learning is so much fun in Mrs.
Adkins class.


They have recently completed, a
new CD "The Road with No End." ,
Anyone needing more informa-
tion, can call his mother, at (352)
493-4638.


Bell High School Senior
Class Will Be Selling
Chicken Dinners
The senior class of Bell High
School will be having their annual
Chicken Dinner Sale. Look around
town for our seniors, for they will be
selling tickets all this week and close
to homecoming week.
On homecoming day, October
13th, they will be handing out our
dinners to all prepaid buyers. You
may also pick up a dinner the day of
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GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2006


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Gilchrist County Celebrates National
4-H Week


"The Joy Of Christmas" 26th Annual Bell
Christmas Parade


Ten, nine, eight, the countdown
has already started. Was that a nip in
the air I felt this morning? There was
a nip in the air and then clear skies.
What a beautiful day. The only thing
else we needed for a perfect day was
a parade. A parade can make any
day perfect. Parade we need and
parade we will have. On Decem-
ber 2, 2006, the Town of Bell will
sponsor its 26th, that's right-26th
Annual Bell Christmas Parade again
this year. Joining the parade again
will be the side streets Arts and
Crafts sales. The celebration kicks
off early in the morning when the
vendors begin to set up their wares,
the music cranks up, Santa sleighs
his way into the depot station, and
the day officially begins.
If you haven't started to plan your
parade entry yet, then this is a great
day to get started. Begin with the
theme, "The Joy of Christmas."


Then remember 26th annual on De-
cember 2nd, get the picture? Now
grab a pen and paper and'jot down
your ideas. Then, with the same pen
jot down this number and give us a
call for your application for the Bell
Christmas Parade. There are trophies
in all categories for the winners.
Also the Town of Bell will spon-
sor it's first annual Town Lighting
on Saturday, November 25th, at the
Train Depot/Town Hall. The celebra-
tion will begin at 6:00 p.m. with a
program of music and lite refresh-
ments. At around 6:30 p.m. the Town
of Bell will come aglow with the
beautiful lights of the season. There
will be a Tree of Remembrance to
hang your ornaments on in honor of
your loved ones, located in the Town
Hall/Depot. You can begin to hang
ornaments starting November 20th
or drop them off at the Town Hall
and we will be glad to hang them
for you.


We would like to encourage the
Businesses and Residential homes
to decorate their businesses or homes
and then turn their Chirstmas lights
on or about the same time on Novem-
ber 25th around 6:30 p.m. The Town
of Bell will recognize and award
lst', 2nd, and 3rd places to the best
decorated. Call for entry forms for
the Christmas Lighting or'pick-up at
Town Hall so we can give informa-
tion to the Judges.
Keeping with the spirit of the
season, let's show our "Joy of Christ-
mas" for all to see as people pass
through and visit our town. They
will take with them memories of a
little town filled with the warmth of
hospitality and the spirit of Christ-
mas in their hearts.
Now, grab a pen and jot down
these numbers and lets get started.
Call Mary Jordan at (386) 935-1325
or Town Hall at (352) 463-6288.


Flatwood Friends 4-H Club members pictured with their scarecrow.


I.Gilchrist County 4-H'ers have traf-
fic slowing in downtown Trenton
this week as they observe the cute
scarecrows which grace the county
courthouse lawn. Chris DeCubellis
the county's 4-H director was pleased
when 11 of the 13 4-H clubs turned
out to participate in the scarecrow
contest which promotes 4-H.
S 4-H is the place to be for several
.hundred young people ages 5-18 in
-the county. Local 4-H'ers are cel-
ebrating National 4-H week through
ithe Scarecrow contest and by wear-
ing green and white to school on
Tuesday, October 3.
Briana Bishop who is the 4-H Coun-
ty Council President spoke to the lo-
cal Rotary Club on Monday about
the benefits of 4-H and on Monday
afternoon she received a proclama-
tion from the Gilchrist County Com-
inission proclaiming October 1-7 Na-
tional 4-H Week. Briana is a member
df Flatwoods Friends 4-H Club.
SThe winners of the Gilchrist County
4-H Scarecrow Contest were: Flat-
woods Friends who had the Most
Traditional entry, Shooting Sports
Club won Most Creative, Wilcox
Club won the most 4-H Spirit, Most
Patriotic award went to Blue Springs
Club, Head Theme award went to
,'Tailblazers Club, Heart Theme went
t"dSpring Ridge' Club; Hjnd,. Theme
%..ent to Osceola'Club', Heh Themhe
.eni to Udderly,'Pertect Club, Fun-
niest Scarecrow went to Santa Fe
Club, and Prettiest Scarecrow went
to Busy Bee Club. The Best Overall
Scarecrow went to the Lil' Farmers
'Club. All the clubs received a blue
ribbon for their efforts because each
and every scarecrow was unique and
really promoted the 4-H spirit.
I i; If young people are interested in
joining 4-H or if adults are interested
in volunteering with 4-H, they can
contact the Gilchrist County Exten-
sion Office at 463-3174.
Young people who are members of
.4-H Clubs participated in local club
meetingss, local, state, and national
contents and educational events,
'nd they develop life skills through
participation in 4-H projects. Other
advantages for 4-H are young people
,learn to raise animals, garden, sew,
handle a firearm, cook, give a dem-
Onstration or speech, participate in
judging contest, camp and develop
leadership, citizenship, communica-
Iti:.n skills and through all these ac-
rtivities enhance self-esteem.

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Helen Keller it's how you spend the time.
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* TESTED (PROVEN), During her employment with

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Elections including the recounts of 1998 coin toss

and 2000 elections.

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VISION ACCOMPLISHMENTS Re-Elect

Building a stronger infrastructure by I have worked with the Board and county personnel to provide a o m m y
using existing revenue sources and solid infrastructure as follows:
applying for state and federal grant f r
programs. A multi-purpose Emergency Operations Center will be located north L an g fo rd

Enhancing our children's future by of Bell, containing a new EMS station. Majority funded through a County Commissioner
Enhancing our children's future by
attracting good industry for Grant Program. District 4
economic development.
SPaving of 38 miles of roadway paid for through the state SCRAP
Maintaining a balance between and SCOPE Grant Programs.
environmental issues and the needs
of our citizens. An 11,000 square foot addition to our County Courthouse funded by ,.
State and Grant Revenues, not local tax money.
Improving our emergency, medical,
and maintenance services to provide
for our citiens. New boat ramp to be built at Hart Springs County Park by awarded
for our citizens.
grant.
Budgeting annual road projects to
enhance our public's safety. Submitted a grant application to build a 12,000 square foot Public
Health Department Facility.
Political advertisement paid and approved "My Vision is to Protect our
by Tommy Langford, Repubican, ir Maintain a balanced budget with no millage rate increase. Gilchrist Way of Life"
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Alachua County
Acquires Barr
Hammock With The
Help Of The Nature
Conservancy
Alachua County purchased 2,303
acres of land important in protecting
wildlife habitat and water resources
with the help of The Nature Conser-
vancy.
The 2,303-acre acquisition con-
stitutes a large portion of Barr
Hammock. The purchase price was
$9,972,656. Last week, Florida Com-
munities Trust approved a grant to re-
imburse Alachua County for 60% of
the costs from this acquisition.
In July, the Alachua County


Board of County Commissioners
voted unanimously to purchase Barr
Hammock from Rayonier Forest
Resources, LP. Barr Hammock is
the land bridge between Levy Lake
and Ledwith Lake, both west of Mi-
canopy. Lake Ledwith serves as an
aquifer recharge and by preventing
development on the Barr Hammock
property the area's water resources
remain protected.
The acquired property contains
native habitat important for rare
species, such as gopher tortoises,
Florida sandhill cranes, Eastern in-
digo snakes and woodstorks.
"The Barr Hammock property is
a large swath of ecologically and
archaeologically valuable land. Barr
Hammock is considered by many to
be the 'crown jewel' in the Alachua


County Forever Program," said Brian
Block, senior field representative for
The Nature Conservancy's Alachua
County program.
Alachua County Forever is a voter-
approved, bond-funded, conservation
land acquisition program passed in
2000 to acquire, improve and man-
age environmentally sensitive lands.


From The Desk Of
Gilchrist County Sheriff
David P. Turner
Weekly Sheriff's Report For Week
Ending October 2, 2006
On September 26, 2006, a Juve-
nile was arrested on the charge of
Battery/Domestic Violence.


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difficulty in breathing. Anyone expe-
riencing these symptoms should seek
immediate medical attention.
Adequate refrigeration is one of
the keys to food safety and is essen-
tial to preventing pathogen growth.
Refrigerator temperatures should
be no higher than 400F and freezer
temperatures no higher then 0F.
Consumers should check the temper-
atures occasionally with an appliance
thermometer.
Consumers should look for the
words "Keep Refrigerated" on juice
labels so they know which products
must be kept refrigerated. FDA is


On September 26, 2006, Ralph W.
Veal, 1/5/59, was arrested on charges
of DWLSR and No Valid Registra-
tion.
On SeptemBer 27, 2006, Cecil Mc-
Cray, 8/20/85, was arrested on Pos-
session of Drug Paraphernalia, VOP/
DWLSR, Possession of Less than 20
Grams and on September 29, 2006
was arrested on Felony Possession of
Drug Paraphernalia and Violation of
Probation.
On September 27, 2006, Tracy
J. Smith, 8/17/93, was arrested on
charges of VOP/Felony Battery and
VOP/DWLSR.
On September 28, 2006, a Juvenile
was arrested on the charge of Viola-
tion of Probation.
On September 28, 2006, a Juvenile
was arrested on the charge of Viola-
tion of Probation.
On September 28, 2006, a Juvenile
was arrested on the charge of Battery
on a School Official.
On September 28, Jason W. Latta,
11/13/79, was arrested on charges of
DUI and Possession of Drug Para-
phernalia.
On September 29, 2006, Aaron
A. Strong, 8/13/78, was arrested on
the charge of VOP/No Valid Drivers
License.
On September 29, 2006, Terry
Edwards, 1/7/58, was arrested on the
charge of DWLSR.
On September 29, 2006, Maressa
E. Bowers, 7/1/87, was arrested
on charges of VOP/Possession of
Cocaine, False Information to Law
Enforcement Officer and Possession
of Alcohol under 21 years of age.
On September 30, 2006, Regena
Mathis, 2/2/71, was arrested on the
charge of Disorderly Intoxication.
On September 30, 2006, Chester
Ruggles, 3/21/88, was arrested on
charges of DUI and two counts of
Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
On September 30, 2006, Jessie
Mills, 5/14/84, was arrested on the
charge of Habitual DWLSR.
On September 30, 2006, Joseph A.
Anderson, 10/25/82, was arrested on
the charge of DUI.
On October 1, 2006, Kory Hoge,
7/22/87, was arrested on charges of
Trespass after Warning and Posses-
sion of Alcohol under 21 years of
age.
On October 1, 2006, Paulette Y.
Williams, 3/21/85, was arrested on
an Alachua County Warrant with the
charge of Shoplifting.
On October 1, 2006, Jermaine
C. Curtis, 5/16/83, was arrested on
charges of DUI and DWLSR.
Q; g, ,tober 1, 20Q6, dward F.
,Mosley, 11/12/76, was arrested on;.
the charge of DWLSR.
On October 1, 2006, Theresa L.
Grieves, 1/22/72, was arrested on the
charge of Domestic Violence.
On October 1, 2006, Lawrence C
Harper, 9/8/76, was arrested on the
charge of Possession of Cocaine.
On October 2, 2006, Rodney 0.
Demurias, 1/15/71, was arrested on
the charge of DUI.

FDA Warns Consumers
Not To Drink Bolthouse
Farms Carrot Juice Due
To Botulism Concerns
In response to a fourth case of
botulism being linked to Bolthouse
Farms, Bakersfield, California brand
carrot juice, the Food and Drug
Administration (FDA) is warning
consumers not to drink Bolthouse
Farms Carrot Juice, 450 ml and 1
liter plastic bottles, with "BEST IF
USED BY" dates of NOV 11 2006
or earlier. Consumers should discard
this product. FDA is also reiterating
its advice to consumers to keep carrot
juice including pasteurized carrot
juice refrigerated.
The fourth case of botulism poi-
soning involves an adult female in
Florida who is currently suffering
from paralysis. To date, one link
between the illness and the consum-
ers appears to be that the juice they
drank was not properly refrigerated
once it was in the home, which al-
lowed the Clostridium botulinum
spores to grow and produce toxin.
FDA is investigating other possible
links.
Clostridium botulinum is a bacte-
rium commonly found in soil. Under
certain conditions these bacteria can
produce a toxin that if ingested can
result in botulism, a disease that may
cause paralysis or death. Cases of
botulism from processed food are.
extremely rare in the U.S.
Symptoms of botulism can in-
clude: double-vision, droopy eyelids,
altered voice, trouble with speaking
or swallowing, and paralysis on both
sides of the body that progresses from
the neck down, possibly followed by


looking into whether industry's cur-
rent juice labels provide clear refrig-
eration instructions.


Central Florida Electric
Cooperative To Conduct
Area Pole Inspections
Central Florida Electric Coopera-
tive will be conducting pole inspec-
tions in the area east of Highway 47
in Gilchrist County for the next four
to six weeks.
Work crews contracted by CFEC
will be inspecting the poles for
strength, deficiencies and overall
soundness, They will also be treat-
ing the poles with an agent to reduce
the potential for rotting.
If any member has a question or
concern, please call CFEC at 800-
227-1302.


Florida Museum Offers
Home-Schoolers
'Dinosaur Egg Hunt'
Classes In October
by: Stacy Acquista
The Florida Museum of Natural
History will offer science education
programs developed specifically for
home-schooled children ages 7-11
,without an accompanying adult from
10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on October
3rd, October 10th, October 17th and
October 24th. Space for the "Dino-
saur Egg Hunt" classes is limited
and participants must register for the
entire four-week session.
Students will explore the family
life of Earth's largest animals and
learn what dinosaur bones, eggs and
baby skeletons reveal about these
creatures. Participants also will dis-
cover how paleontologists dig up
clues to the past and why they believe
dinosaurs are the ancient relatives of
birds. Cost is $64 for Florida Muse-
um members and $76 for non-mem-
bers. Call (352) 846-2000 ext. 277 or
visit www.flmnh.ufl.edu/education/
home school.htm for more informa-
tion.
The home school class comple-
ments the Florida Museum's current
temporary exhibit "Hatching the
Past: The Great Dinosaur Egg Hunt,"
a hands-on exhibit that features a
collection of 100 authentic dinosaur
eggs and nests collected from all


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4-Pets Sake
Two favors are needed from you if
possible.The first is housing. Do you
have 2 large dog houses in which a 73
pound and 79 pound dog can sleep?
If you can help, please contact us.
The other request is information.
In the morning about three weeks ago
I saw a red Australian Shepherd mix
canine wearing a blue collar eating
along the road on 129 in Bell. Early
the next evening he was near the
blinker light. A few days later he had
walked to the Lafayette Baptist Asso-
ciation, bony and frail and it is there
I started to feed him for three days.
He would shy away when I put the
food down and the look on his face
showed emptiness and his eyes told
a story of sadness. He disappeared
and Mr. Emenecker saw and fed
him near Gay Road. Days later he
returned to Lafayette Center. About a
week passed, before Mr. Emenecker
saw him in the middle of the road in
front of Bell Medical Center. A truck
slowed down to avoid hitting him but
a car ran into him. There was a thump
and then a yipe, he was nowhere to
be found. If you have him please give
him a good home or if he died please
let us know so when we travel the
roads we will no longer have to look
for him or wonder if he made it to his
final home. Many times I questioned
his drive and determination to reach a
destination known only to him.
We have a new fund raiser. Do you
have any empty ink cartridges? Your
cartridges can be deposited in a small
container attached to the aluminum
can barrels at Bell Jiffy and Hitch-
cocks in Jonesville. Just a reminder
that the 4-Pets Sake's auction is Sat-
urday, November 18th. Please call
(386) 935-0975 or 866-727-2972
e-mail fourpetssake(ialltel.net or
write us P.O. Box 1014, Bell 32619
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The Levy County
Genealogy And History
Society Will Be Hosting
A Free Workshop
The Levy County Genealogy and
History Society will be hosting a
Free workshop on Saturday, October
28th, from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
at the Levy County Quilt Museum,
which is located just east of Chief-
land on 27A. Watch for the Quilt
Museum signs at Levyville and turn
onto NW 10th Street.
This will be a workshop designed
to give the beginner the necessary
tools to begin research, where to
find information and how to organize
findings. There will be two sessions
in the morning How to Start and
Brickwalls and How to Get Around
Them. After lunch there will be two
more sessions on How to Prepare
for Research Trips and Organizing
Your Findings.
The workshop is free, but a lunch
of soup, salad, sandwich and drink
will be provided for $5.00.
Reservations are required due
to limited seating. You may make
reservations by sending your check
for $5.00 per person for lunch to the
Levy County Genealogy and History
Society, P.O. Box 1025, Chiefland,
FL 32644. For more information
call (352) 493-4849 or email Dix at
dixl1034@yahoo.com.


Lead the life that will make
you kindly and friendly to ev-
eryone about you, and you will
be surprised what a happy life
you will lead.
Charles Schwab


High Springs 3rd
Annual Fall Festival
October 28th
The High Springs Chamber of
Commerce would like to invite you
and your family to our 3rd Annual
Fall Festival, Saturday, October 28th'
from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Make
your plans now to spend the day in
our beautiful town of High Springs
as there will be something for ev-
eryone.
The High Springs Rotary Antique
Car Show located at Bennett's True
Value on Main Street will help start
your morning from 9:00 a.m. to
3:00 p.m., then you can stroll over to-
ward City Hall and the sinkhole area
for the Fall Festival, along with the
Farmers Market from 11:00 a.m. to
7:00 p.m. Other events taking place
in town during the weekend include
a Paint Out sponsored by the High
Springs Gallery where 20 talented
artists will paint a variety of scenes in
the High Springs area and offer their
artwork for sale through the gallery.
For those looking for more action,
they can check out bike racing at the
BMX Bike Track behind the High
Springs Civic Center.
Magic Mike joins the Fall Festival
again this year with his magic tricks,
balloon characters and famous magic
show. There will be tons of games,
a pumpkin decorating contest, food,
entertainment and of course the Cos-
tume Contest.
The Chamber encourages all
downtown business owners to take
part in the day's events by decorating
your stores, passing out candy and
extending your hours of operation
in order to take advantage of the
evening crowd as the Festival comes
to a close.


Please come and join in on all the
fun. Flyers will be sent home with
the kids from the surrounding el-
ementary schools reminding them to
put on their best costume. Volunteers
are needed as always to help with the
food, judging the contests, set up,
break down and just maintaining the
event. Please contact Sara Emmanuel
at saraemmanuelia&scherernfl.com or
(352) 538-3952 if you are interested
in helping the Chamber.


USDA Commodity Food
Distribution
On Saturday October 7, 2006,
starting at 10:00 a.m. there will be a
USDA commodity food distribution
at the club house located in Bell. The
Bell Club House is located behind
the City of Bell Town Hall.
This is a regular USDA food
distribution in conjunction with the
Waccasassa Volunteer Fire Depart-
ment and the Bread of the Mighty
Food Bank.
For further information please call
(352) 463-2710. The food distribu-
tion will continue until all food is
distributed. No two person pick up
allowed and no early distributions.

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The 1956 Bell High School 50th Class Reunion held on September 2, 2006, was very fun filled and enjoyed by all
who attended. Shown from left are Audrey Jones Powell, Sylvia Akins Roberts, Nadine Aderholt Cooper, Geraldine
Jamerson Geiger, Glen Shepherd, Claudette Wilkerson Graham. Helen Hillard Fennell, Gary Taylor, Betty Ann Bass
Home, Cedell Fletcher, Bobby Joyce Cannon Bagley, Harry Davis, Joe Rice, Nathan Shepherd, Mary Hehl Clark,
Kelly Conley. Not pictured Willie Mae Smith Gaskin, Lottie Mae Jones Douglas, and A.L. Cox. Teachers attending
were Mrs. Iris Roberts and Mr. Donald Hurst. Those who could not attend were Betty Akins McManus, Nannette
Bryant Wilkerson, Mary Roberts O'Steen, Samuel Weeks, Iris Nobles Arnold, Irving Nobles, Jeannette Martin
Cannon, Maxie McCollough, Arnold O'Steen, Leona Hines Deese, G.S. Stevens, Asa Strickland, Maxine Douglas
and teacher, Mrs. Haynsworth. Deceased classmates are Beverly Walker Cannon, Crondal Locklear, Ray Philman
and Dale Roberts.


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Bell High School Graduating Class of 1956
Shown on front row from left are Sylvia Akins Roberts, Betty Ann Bass Home, Mary Roberts O'Steen, Nadine Aderholt Cooper,
'Bobby Joyce Cannon Bagley, Be earlyy Walker Cannon; Atudrey Jones Powell, Willie Mae Smith Gaskins, Nannete Bryant Wilker-
son. Back row from left are Betty Akins McManus, Samuel Weeks, Cedell Fletcher, Gary Taylor, Dale Roberts, Glen Shepherd,
Nathan Shepherd, Crondal Locklear, Harry Davis, Ray Philman, Kelly Conley, Joe Rice, and Mrs. Louis Coleman-teacher.


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SRWMD Governing
Board Meeting
October 10th
On Tuesday, October 10, 2006, the
Suwannee River Water Management
District Governing Board will meet
at 9:00 a.m, at District Headquar-
ters, Hwy. 49 and 90 East, Live Oak,
Florida. The meeting is to consider
District business and conduct public
hearings on regulatory and land ac-
quisition matters.
A workshop will follow the board
meeting.
All meetings, workshops, and
hearings are open to the public.


After all, tomorrow is another
day.
Margaret Mitchell


ELECT '" "'

JOHN RANCE THOMAS ,

for -.

COUNTY COMMISSIONER ),;

DISTRICT FOUR



COME MEET WITH ME

AT THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS AND TIMES:


- THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2006, AT THE TRENTON TRAIN DEPOT,
FROM 5:00 P.M. TO 7:30 P.M.


- THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2006, AT THE BELL COMMUNITY CENTER
FROM 5:00 PM. TO 7:30 P.M.


To discuss your concerns on the above issues, and other challenges facing
Gilchrist County.
Take this opportunity to ask me questions about my qualifications and


manage your county, and the expenditure of your tax dollars.
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Lake City Community
College Board Meets

The Lake City Community Col-
lege District Board of Trustees will
meet at 4 p.m., Tuesday, October 10,
2006, in the LCCC Board Room.
The District Board of Trustees is
appointed by the governor and the
trustees' term is for a four-year pe-
riod. Anyone in the college's district
may send a nomination to the gover-
nor for trustee appointments.
LCCC is a two-year community
college locally governed and pub-
licly supported. The college serves
a five-county district that includes
Baker, Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist,
and Union counties. LCCC is ac-
credited by the Commission on Col-
leges of the Southern Association of
Colleges and Schools to award the
associate degree.
A complete agenda will be avail-
able prior to the meeting. For more
information contact the public in-
formation office at (386) 754-4248.
This meeting is open to the public.


AE LUCE CITY
COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Assistant Softball Coach/Student Services
Support
Assist the head Softball Coach with all duties
required for intercollegiate softball team. Work
half time in Student Services areas.
Must have minimum of High School diploma
plus high school or college playing and/or
coaching experience. Bachelor's.degree
preferred. Valid Florida driver's license required.
Salary: $20,583.00 annually plus benefits
Review of applications will begin immediately,
open until filled.
Instructor, Turf Equipment Technoloev
Beeinnine January 2007
Teach turf equipment and shop management
classes including mechanics, diagnostics, welding
and maintenance. AA/AS with five years full-
timemechanic experience. Bachelor's degree
preferred. Teaching experience and/or turf
equipment technician experience desired.
Salary: Based on degree and experience plus
benefits
Application and materials must arrive by
November 15, 2006, for guaranteed
consideration.
College application and copies of transcripts
required. Position details and application
available on the web at: www.lakecitycc.edu
Inquiries: Human Resource Development
Lake City Community College
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314 Fax: (386) 754-4594
E-mail: boettcherg@lakecitycc.edu
LCCC is accredited by Southern Association of
Colleges and Schools
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The Suwannee
Valley Humane Society
To Hold 21st Annual Pet
Show October 21st
Join us for Pet Contests and other
fun activities on Saturday, October
21st, in the Suwannee County Coli-
seum at the Live Oak Fairgrounds.
Registration begins at 10:00 a.m. and
contests'begin at 11:00 a.m.
There are 31 fun categories in
which to enter dogs and cats at only
$1.00 per category. Win ribbons
and be eligible for "Best in Show"
trophies. If you don't have a pet to
bring, come and enjoy the show.
There'll be refreshments and bake
sale items reasonably priced, super
raffles, and shelter dogs and cats
available for adoption.
Need more information call 1-866-
236-7812 toll free or 971-9904 local,
or e-mail at suwanneevalley @earth
link.net. The shelter is open 10:00
a.m.-2:00 p.m., Tuesday-Saturday.
Katie Rooney
Public Relations


FWC Deadline
October 17th To Apply
For Osceola Turkey
Hunt Permits
The deadline to apply for the Flor-
ida Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission's (FWC) 2006 special-
opportunity spring turkey hunts is
11:59 p.m., Tuesday, October 17th.
To apply, hunters can obtain ap-
plications at MyFWC.com and at
all FWC regional offices. Applica-
tions will be accepted online at
MyFWC.com, at county tax collec-
tors' offices or at any license agent.
A random drawing decides who will
receive the coveted permits.
Hunters can increase their chances
of being selected by submitting as
many $5.00 nonrefundable applica-
tions as they like. Successful appli-
cants pay an additional $50 $175,
depending on the special-opportunity
hunt area selected. Participation rules
limit out-of-state hunters to one per-
mit per hunt.
These special hunts have been
created for sportsmen who covet an


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Tourist Development Tax
on November 7tlh.

On November 7, 2006 Gilchrist
County voters will have a chance to
let tourists put their 2 cents in to
help the economy and the taxpay-
ers. The tourist development tax
will let visitors pay a 2% tax that
will go towards promoting tourism
in the county.


Tourism is a good, clean "industry"
that will help the local economy
and increase the share of sales taxes
and gas taxes going to our cities
and the county.


The tax will only apply to motel
rooms, hotel rooms, RV sites, and
other short-term rentals.


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Osceola, the "crown jewel" of the
turkey hunters' Grand Slam. The
FWC designs special-opportunity
turkey hunts to take place on large
tracts of land with great habitat,
healthy turkey populations and
a limited number of hunters. All
hunts take place within the Osceola
'turkey's range.
For more information on these
special-opportunity Osceola turkey
hunts, visit MyFWC.com/hunting.

The FWC Report For
September 22nd-28th
This report represents some sig-
nificant 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
Officer Kevin Losee found a
baited area in Grove Park WMA sev-
eral weeks before the season opened.
September 24th, the opening morn-
ing of archery season, Losee located
a subject hunting over bait attempt-
ing to take game.
CLAY COUNTY
September 24th, Officers Michael
Goodwin and Harold Barry respond-
ed to assist Camp Blanding Military
Police and Clay County Sheriff's
Office personnel with a report of
two individuals illegally hunting in
the archery area of Camp Blanding
WMA. The officers conducted a
search of the area and after a brief
period, located one adult and one
juvenile. A 21-year-old Bradford
County man was armed with a rifle
while the juvenile was found in pos-
session of a video camera. Both
subjects admitted to being in the
area the previous day and to video
taping their hunting trip. The adult
was charged with hunting on a closed
wildlife management area, hunting
by illegal means, and trespassing.
The juvenile was charged with tres-
passing. The rifle and video camera
were seized as evidence.
DUVAL COUNTY
September 26th, Officers David
Garns and Eric Hall stopped a vessel
near Sister's Creek Bridge to perform
a fisheries inspection. They inspect-
ed the operator's catch that was in a
cooler in the front of the vessel and
found three undersized vermilion
snapper along with various legal
sized fish. During the stop, the oc-
cupants mentioned catching several
undersized fish. The officers asked if
they had any more fish on board and
the operator said they didn't. Upon
further inspection, the officers found
three undersized gag grouper and one
undersized red snapper hidden in the
bilge. The operator was cited for


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four misdemeanors for the fish viola-
tions and an infraction for a registra-
tion violation.
HAMILTON COUNTY
Officer Dwain Mobley issued a
citation to an individual for circum-
venting a closed gate on Suwannee
River Water Management District
property.
LAFAYETTE COUNTY
Officer Bryan Humphries issued
citations to two individuals for pos-
session of a firearm in closed season
in Mallory Swamp WMA. The local
residents were in possession of a .22
caliber rifle and a .22 caliber pistol.
LEVY COUNTY
A few days before the opening
of archery season, Officers Dorvan
Daniel a d James Umhoeffer located
a baited area that was closed to hunt-
ing in the Goethe WMA. On opening
morning of archery season, Daniel
and Umhoeffer found a subject hunt-
ing in the closed area and attempting
to take wildlife over a baited area.
September 20th, Officers Sam
Dishman and B.J. Johnston received
information about shots fired in an
area of south Levy County on private
property. The complainant also said
he observed a red Chevy S-10 leav-
ing the area. Dishman and Johnston
went to a hunt camp located on the
property and ran a tag on a camper
trailer. Upon locating the address,
Dishman and Johnston went to the
address and noticed a red Chevy S-10
parked next door. After talking to the
owner of the camper trailer, Dishman,
and Johnston began a conversation
with the Chevy S-10 owner. He ad-
mitted to shooting at a raccoon near
the camp. Dishman and Johnston
received permission to look in the
freezer where they found fresh deer
meat. Dishman read the subject his
Miranda rights, and during question-
ing, the subject admitted to shooting
a deer a couple weeks ago. After re-
ceiving a written statement, a citation
was issued.
NASSAU COUNTY
September 26th, Officer Tim
Sweat received information of a
baited area in the Nassau Wildlife
Management Area. The information
was confirmed that afternoon. Sept.


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School Board
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27, Sweat approached the area of
the baited deer stand and observed a
hunter leaving the stand. The hunter
was issued a warning for driving
metal objects into a tree. Citations
were issued for no hunting license
and no archery permit. Charges will
be filed with the State Attorney's Of-
fice for depositing grain and attempt-
ing to take wildlife on a baited area in
a wildlife management area.


state hunters to one permit per hunt.
These special hunts have been cre-
ated for sportsmen looking to take
an Osceola, the "crown jewel" of
the turkey hunters' Grand Slam. The
FWC designs special-opportunity
turkey hunts to take place on large
tracts of land, with great habitat,
healthy turkey populations and with
a limited number of hunters.
The Osceola is a highly prized sub-
snecieso nof wild t urke' p\ which occurs


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Oportuity Sprig be found south of and including
opportunity Spring xie, Gilchrist, Alachua, Union,
Turkey Hunt ford, Clay and Duval counties
Applications Are Now hunts take place within the Os
Available turkey's range.
AvailabeFor more information on sp
Special-opportunity spring turkey opportunity Osceola turkey
hunt applications, for the 2007 visit MyFWC.com/hunting.
season, are now available from the
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conserva-
tion Commission (FWC). The Tongue
To apply, hunters can obtain ap- "The boneless tongue, so sma
plications at MyFWC.com and at all weak, Can crush and kill," de
FWC regional offices. Applications the Greek.
will be accepted at MyFWC.com, "The tongue destroys a g
county tax collectors' offices or at horde," the Turk asserts, "thar
any license agent beginning 10:00 the sword."
a.m. (EDT) September 12th and must A Persian proverb wisely sait
be received by midnight October lengthy tongue-an early death,
17th. Arandom drawing decides who sometimes takes this form in
will receive the coveted permits. "Don't let your tongue cut off
Demand for these hunts is typically head."
greater than the number of available "The tongue can speak a word
permits, but hunters can increase speed," the Chinese say, "ou
their chances of being selected by the steed." While Arab sages th
submitting as many $5 nonrefund- part, "the tongue's great store
able applications as they like. Suc- is the heart." From Hebrew ha
cessful applicants pay an additional maxim sprung, "though feet s
$50 $175, depending on the special- slip, ne'er let the tongue." the !
opportunity hunt area selected. writer crowns the whole, "who
Participation rules limit out-of- his tongue doth keep his soul."


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Shooting Sports 4-H
Club News
Shooting Sports 4-H club held
their election meeting at the Sheriff's
Range on Sunday, September 17,
2006.
Plans were made for making a 4-H
scarecrow for the courthouse lawn
during national 4-H week (October
1st-7th). On Tuesday, October 3rd,
we will be wearing our 4-H shirts or
4-H jackets.
New officers were elected and


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are as follows: Zack Lange-Presi-
dent, Victoria Sapp-Vice President,
Bobbi Blair-Secretary, Brittany
Akin-Historian, Krystina Thomp-
son-County Council, and Brandon
Riggs-Chaplain. Our meeting was
then adjourned.
Secretary, Bobbi Blair

Sing out loud in the car even.
or especially, if it embarrasses
your children.
Marilyn Penland


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Shown from left are Zack Lange-President, Victoria Sapp-Vice President, Bobbi Blair-S, c. t iy Krystina
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22 ft. rollback bed. Carports also available.
Reasonable Rates.
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Old Time Dance At
O'Leno State Park
Dance contra, circles and squares
to live music by the Flying Turtles
String Band in the 1930's rec. hall
on the banks of the Santa Fe River in
O'Leno.Sla1,. .ark. Sunday, October
8th, from 4:00 p.0 7:00 p.m. Be-
ginners lessons at 3:30 p.m.
O'Leno State Park is located six-
miles north of High Springs on Hwy
441.
Cost: Regular park admission plus
Tickets: $5.00/adults, $3.00/child.
For more information call (386) 454-
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Osceola 4-H Club
Monthly News
The Osceola 4-H Club had their
monthly meeting in September and
new officers were elected for this
year. 'We would like to thank last
year's officers for a job well done.
The new -officers are Matt Sul-
livan-President, Dylan Mauzey-Vice
President. and Jessica Brown-Secre-
tary. Congratulations!
October lst-7th is National 4-H
week and the club entered into the
scarecrow contest, which is being
displayed on the front lawn of the
courthouse. We all got together and
the kids had fun building their own
scarecrow for the contest. They all
showed alot of support for 4-H.
We would also like to thank all the
parents that attended the monthly
meeting. Your support is greatly ap-
preciated.


Socials
Happy Birthday wishes to Myles
Langford,, Ashley DeSalvo, Naketta
Kearney, and Teresa Ozment on Oc-
tober 5th; to Elly Ebanks, and Mike
O'Donnell on October 6th; to Ro-
salee Bailey, Cody Langford, Kelli
Bruce, Tammy Langford, Tabatha
Kemp, Janet Bradley, and Kelly'
Wilson on October 7th; to Courtney
Martin, Jamie Greer-Jones, Jamie
Shea, Terri Davis, Brain Kirby, Cher-
.ry Works, and Tayzie Lynn Williams
on October 8th; to Toni Kincaid,
Sherry Roberts, Ann Ozment, and
Rachel Johnson on October 9th; to
Anne Talley, Amy Pinkins,-and Ellen
Tenny on October 10th.
Happy Anniversary wishes to Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Works on October
8th; to Floyd ard Mildred Beach on
October 10th.


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Friends Of The Library
Book Sale Opens
October 21st
Friends of the Library, Alachua
County Library District, will hold
its annual Fall Book Sale from Satur-
day, October 21 through Wednesday,
October 25, 2006. The sale will be
held at the Friends of the Library
Book House, 430 North Main Street,
Gainesville, Florida across from Sun-
Trust Bank.
Book sale hours: Saturday,
October 21st from 9:00 a.m.-
6:00 p,m.; Sunday, October
22nd, 1:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m.; Mon-
day, October 23rd, 12:00 p.m.-
8:00 p.m.; Tuesday, October 24th,
12:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.; Wednesday,
October 25th, 12:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m.
Hundreds of thousands of books
and other items in more than 50 cat-
egories have been sorted and priced.
The sale includes a vast array of clas-
sical and modern fiction, textbooks,
large-print books, first editions and
rare books, cookbooks, hobby books,
games and puzzles, DVDs, video
tapes, audio books, and tapes, plus a
wide variety of other classifications.
The collection includes both hard-
back and paperback books. Most
prices range from 25 cents to $3.00.
All profits are used for the Alachua
County Library District and commu-
nity literacy projects.
Customers are asked to please
bring their own boxes.

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human nature unless you know
why a child on a merry-go-round
will wave at his parents every-
time around and why his parents
will always wave back.
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seven pounds and eleven ounces.


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day, October 9th for Columbus Day.
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S50 years old
Married 24 years to Jennie Haley
*Two children: Brice 18, Breanna 14
S5th generation of Gilchrist County
Christian and active member of
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Planning and Overseeing
Million Dollar Budgets
SParent of children in Gilchrist
County Schools
S13 years as a volunteer in the
Gilchrist County School System

Community Involvement:
City of Trenton, City Commissioner
for 10 years
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Recreational Authority, Inc./
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LOG CABIN QUILTERS RENIONS


Shirley Murphy loves to make all kinds of quilts. This Fan quilt was
made using the stack and whack pattern. It made for a different look
and turned out beautifully.


Log Cabin Quilters
Log Cabin Quilters met Thursday,
September 28, 2006 at the Levy
County Quilt Museum. Several quilt
tops were brought in and will be for
sale. We also have another small
house donated, we still don't know
what we will do with it. Quilting will
go on each week and. hope'to have
them finished by Quilt show time.
We were honored to have Sheriff
Johnny Smith, Chiefland Chief of
Police Robert Douglas, Lieuten-
ant Jimmy Anderson of Chiefland
Police Department and Lieutenant
Scott Anderson of the Levy County
Sheriff's Department to have lunch
with us. We met them at Law Appre-
ciation Night and they were promised
chicken and dumplings. Its great to
know we have :he-e men to keep us'
safe, they do ajob that puts their lives


on the line everyday. We say thank
you for.a great job and we know they
will keep it up.
Jarrod and ten boys were out
Tuesday, and got the yard looking
great. They cleaned the flower beds,
trimmed roses and so much more. Its
great to teach some of these boys who
have never done much in a yard and
see what a wonderful job they do.
Lunch was a job deciding on what
to eat. Chicken and dumplings, po-
tato and corn fritters, macaroni and
cheese, four kinds of potato salad,
chicken salad, cole slaw, beans, pe-
can cake, pumpkin cake, lemon cake,
persimmons and so much more.
There were 14 members -and 4
guests.
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500.00Dollars for information leading to the
arrest and conviction of the persons who stole
my deer feeder from behind my house in the
Otter Springs area, either
Sunday or Monday, Sept.
,2, & 25. Anyone who has ,
information about a feeder
like this being carried out
of this area is asked to call:
Leslie Sappat 463-7589, or
The Gilchrist County
Sheriff's Dept. at 463-3410




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Michael Alan Boyer, Art and Cindy
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Terry Wayne Hodge and children
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Kelsey Rodriguez, Amber Burmett
and Dorothy Rhea.
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The F.W. Jones Reunion
Has Been Cancelled
The annual F.W. Jones Reunion
scheduled for the 2nd Saturday in
October has been permanently can-
celled.


The Amon and
Clodia Roberts
Family Reunion To Be
Held October 7th
At Hart Springs
Pavilion
The Amon and Clodia Roberts
Family will be having a reunion on
October 7th at Hart Springs Pavilion
A.
Bring your family, favorite cov-
ered dishes, and drinks. Come early
and visit, Lunch will be served at 1:
00 p.m. Paper products will be pro-
vided.
Hope to see you there.

Trenton High School
Alumni Reunion To Be
Held On October 21st
The annual T.H.S. alumni reunion
will be held on Saturday, October
21st, at 6:00 p.m. in the Trenton
Elementary School. Dinner reserva-
tions are $15/person. Checks made
payable to either of the following
should be mailed by October 10th:
Carol Hill, PO Box 891, Chiefland,
FL` 32644 or Jennie Sharp, 6450 NW
110th St., Chiefland, Florida 32626.
Please help the 'planning commit-
tee by inviting former teachers and
alumni with whom you come in
contact. The class of 1956 should
make a special effort to attend since
they will be celebrating their 50th
reunion!


Trenton High School's
Class of '56 To Have
Reunion October 21st
Trenton High School's graduat-
ing class of 1956 celebrates its 50th
reunion this year. This small class'
grew up in a period of history viewed
as some of the best years in America,
the '50s. Most of them were together
from grades k-12.
They will be honored at the an-
nual Trenton High School Alumni
Reunion on OcLtrber 21, 2006, at
the Trenton Elementary School,
6:00 p.m.


Trenton High School
Class Of 1979 To Have
Annual Cookout In
October
The Trenton High School Class
of 1979 is having its second annual
cookout and get together.
It will be held on the Saturday after
Homecoming, October 21st, at 5:00
p.m.
Bring a covered dish or dessert to
go with BBQ ribs.
The fun will take place at the
home of Edward and Regina Marsh
in Cross City." Cd i Regina at (352)
498-5931 or Holly Bussard at (352)
339-0983 for more information.


Boyer Family Reunion
On September 23, 2006, folks
fought bravely with the love bugs for
possession of the tables. The bugs
won. So we all enjoyed the visita-
tion, remembering of yester year,
good food, and seeing relatives we
had not seen in a while.
Those present from Trenton:
Sandy (Boyer) Hodge, Kenyon and
Noelle Hagan, children, Wyatt, Hi-
.att, Chelsea and Cailyn, Samantha
Hodge, Stacey (Boyer).and Jimmy
Taylor and children, Hailey and
Luke, Jonathan Faison, Lindsey
Lamb.
From Cross City: Sheila Boyer,
Tyler Parrish and David Gafford.
From Old Town: Cindy and Kenny
Dyals, Tammy Ives,. Jena Markham,
and Jada, K.C. Robinson, and Brooks
Prescott.
From Gainesville: Eric and Dawn
Boyer, and son Dakotah, Alan and
Nevina (Boyer) Tease, and children,
Kelsie, Ruby and Illie.
From Sanford: Don and Cheri
Homing, Chad Stropp.
From Atlanta: Shayne Hagan.
From Chiefland: Nancy Boyer, Jon
and Diane Marshall, Travis Kiehl,
Suzanne Gore, Shelby Marshall and
son Zyler, Chris and Megan Gore
and son Camerson, Michael David


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World War II Veterans
Will Hold Their
Monthly Meeting On
October 12th
All World War II veterans are in-
vited to join us for our monthly meet-
ing on Thursday, October 12th at 11:
30 a.m. at Billie Jack's restaurant on
US 27 in Williston.
-We are privileged to welcome our
newest members, Ruby and Ed Duke
of Trenton. Ed served his tour of
duty in the United States Navy. We
are honored to have you aboard.
Twenty-three members enjoyed
our September meeting at the Car-
riage Inn. Bill Ingersoll and Luther
Mills exchanged a few stories that go
back some 65 years. Harry Simmons
renewed a friendship with Ed Dukes
going back to the time they both
lived in Archer. May Moyer arrived
with her broken arm, having slipped
on a throw rug. Dick Egles told
about his trip to Washington, DC and
all the great World War II tributes and
displays awaiting us. Our historian,
Edie brought the three books that she
has put together with our 14 year his-
tory. Great iob. Edie.


Cedar Key 37th Annual
Seafood Festival To Be
October 21st And 22nd
The Cedar Key Lions Club will
hold their annual seafood festival
on October 21st and 22nd. The event
begins at 9:00 a.m. and lasts until
around 5:00 p.m. on Saturday and
Sunday.
This large show features well over
200 arts and crafts exhibits, and
great food in the City Park. There
will be live musical entertainment
at several places around town during
the days and nights, along with the
annual Seafood Festival parade on
Saturday morning.
In addition on this weekend, there
is an open house at the lighthouse on
Seahorse Key, the big island three
miles to the west of Cedar Key. Ex-
plore the light, look at the exhibits
and wander this beautiful island.
Shuttle boats are available at City
Marina. Be sure to remember your
camera and binoculars!
Come out and join the camaraderie
October 12th. If you have any ques-
tions call Dick Halvorsen at (352)
542-7697.


Gilchrist County
Chamber Of Commerce
To Have 22nd Annual
"Down Home Days"
Festival November 11th
The annual event is scheduled to.'
begin at 9:00 a.m.:and end around 3
00 p.m.
In the past this event has had an
attendance of over 5,000 visitors.
Approximately 150 arts and crafts
booths from all over the state will be
displaying their wares at this event.
There will be games, food and enter-
tainment for all ages. Down Home
Days will be located at the Trenton,
High School Track Complex off of
NW llth Ave, Trenton, Florida. For.
'more info call the Gilchrist County
Chamber office at (352) 463-3467
Admission: ages 12 & Up $2.00,:
11 & Under Free.

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GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


Page Fifteen


Mr. Troy Bass
Mr. Troy Bass of Cocoa died Fri-
day, September 15, 2006, at Wuest-
off Hospital in Rockledge. He was
63 years old.
Mr. Bass was born in Dade City on
June 5, 1943. He moved to Cocoa in
1958 and lived there until his death.
He was an avid hunter, fisherman,
and loved the outdoors.
He was preceded in death by his
mother, Daisy Bass and a brother
Rodney Bass.
Mr. Bass is survived by his wife of
39 years, Linda Bass; two daughters,
Kim (Russell) Chandler, and Cindy
Bass both of Cocoa; his dad, Ernie
Lorin Bass; a sister, Ann Bass both
of Bell; two grandchildren, Stephanie
Chandler and Mathew Chandler both
of Cocoa.
A funeral service was held on
Monday, September 18, 2006, at
North Courtney Church of Christ
with Jerry Frost officiating.
Arrangements were under the care
of BREVARD MEMORIAL FU-
NERAL HOME, Cocoa, Florida.


Mr. Howard Joseph
Overstreet Closs
Mr. Howard Joseph Overstreet
Closs of Green Cove Springs died
unexpectedly Saturday, September
30, 2006. He was 70 years old.
Mr. Closs was a member of First
Baptist Church, in Green Cove
Springs. He has lived in Green Cove
Springs since 1958 when he moved
from Chiefland. He taught at Clay
High School from 1958-1973 and
later at Trinity Christian Academy
in Jacksonville from 1973 until his
retirement in 2001.
Survivors include his wife, Mar-
guerite Closs of Green Cove Springs;
two sons, Howard Closs of St. Au-
gustine and Holden (Karen) Closs
of Jacksonville; two grandchildren,
Benjamin and Hannah; and his
mother, Nancy Closs of Green Cove
Springs.
A funeral service will be held on
Thursday, October 5, 2006 at 5:00
p.m. at First Baptist Church, 615
Walnut Street, Green Cove Springs.
Burial will take place on Friday,
October 6, 2006 at Ebenezer Baptist
Church Cemetery, Chiefland. The
family will receive friends from
5:00-7:00 p.m. Wednesday, October
4, 2005 at Helm Funeral Home,
1811 Idlewild Avenue, Green Cove
Springs (904) 284-9696.
Arrangements were under the care
of HELM FUNERAL HOME,
Green Cove Springs, Florida.


Mr. Scott Lee Harvey
Mr. Scott Lee Harvey of Cross City
died Friday, September 29, 2006, at
Haven Hospice of the Tri Counties.


He was 46 years old.
He was born in Los Angeles, Cali-
fornia on May 27, 1960 and moved
here in 1995 from Redding, Califor-
nia. He attended Scrubb Creek Bap-
tist Church. He worked as a Security
Guard for Cross City Veneer for the
past 3 years.
Mr. Harvey is survived by his wife,
Ann Harvey of Cross City; his moth-
er, Charlene Harvey of Redding, Cal-
ifornia; two daughters, Tonya Harvey
of Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Stacie Butka
of Dothan, Alabama; a brother, Mark
Harvey of Washington, DC; a sister,
Diane Fribal of Redding, California;
and three grandchildren.
A funeral service will be held on
Friday, October 6, 2006, at the Rick
Gooding Funeral Home with Rev.
Jackie Pettrey officiating. A visita-
tion will be Thursday, October 5,
2006, between the hours of 6:00 p.m.
and 8:00 p.m. at the Rick Gooding
Funeral Home.
Arrangements were under the care
of RICK GOODING FUNERAL
HOME, Cross City, Florida.


Mr. Marion Graver
Langford
Mr. Marion Graver Langford of
Trenton died Monday, September 25,
2006. He was 58 years old.
He was born in Ocala and was a
lifelone resident of Gilchrist County.
He was a tool and die maker by
trade and a member of the Trenton
Church of Christ.
Mr. Langford is survived by a
daughter, Missy Thompson of Ge-
neva, Alabama; a son, Marion Clint
Langford of Bonifay; a sister, Ma-
rie Conally of West Palm.Beach; a
brother, Mervin Langford of Trenton;
and four grandchildren.
A graveside service was held on
Thursday, September 28, 2006, at
Center Hill Cemetery with Pastor
David Jones officiating.
Arrangements were under the care
of WATSON FUNERAL HOME,
Trenton, Florida.



Mrs. Vivian Elizabeth
Levy
Mrs. Vivian Elizabeth Levy of Old
Town died Friday, September 29,
2006 at North Florida Regional Med-
ical Center. She was 87 years old.
Mrs. Levy was born in Charleston,
South Carolina on July 18, 1919. She
was a member of the Grace Method-
ist Church in Tampa where she lived
until moving to this area a year and
a half ago. She enjoyed fishing and
embroidering. As a matter of fact
she would stop embroidering just to
go fishing.
She was preceded in death by her


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Mrs. Levy is survived by a son,
Henry (Ann) Levy of Old Town;
three brothers, Joe Turney, Allen
Turney, and Wallace Turney all of
Tampa; three sisters, Eleanor Brown
of West Virginia, Sylvia Pellam
and Gloria Pellam both of Tampa;
grandchildren, Kimberly Hodge and
Bill Levy; great-grandchildren, Cody
Wilson and Tyler Wilson.
Arrangements were under the care
of RICK GOODING FUNERAL
HOME, Cross City, Florida.


Mrs. Jewell Lee
Beckham Luke
Mrs. Jewell Lee Beckham Luke of
Cross City died on Saturday, Septem-
ber 30, 2006 at the Cross City Rehab
in Cross City. She was 69 years old.
She was a lifetime resident of
Cross City and Dixie County. She
was born on August 29, 1937, and
was a member of the First Assembly
of God in Cross City.
Mrs. Luke is survived by a son,
Larry (Cindy) Chavous of Old
Town; two daughters, Jan (Kent)
Driggers, and Tonya (Clint) Tibbetts
both of Cross City; three brothers,
Bart Beckham, Ellis Beckham and
Sammy Beckham all of Cross City;
a sister, Ollie Drawdy of Salem; nine
grandchildren and 12 great-grand-
children; and many friends.
A funeral service will be held on
Thursday, October 5, 2006, at 1:00
p.m. at the First Assembly of God
Church with Rev. Marvin Parsley
officiating. Burial to follow at the
Cross City Cemetery. A visititation
will be on Wednesday, October 4,
2006 between 6:00 p.m. and 8:00
p.m. at the Rick Gooding Funeral
Home.
Arrangements were under the care
of RICK GOODING FUNERAL
HOME, Cross City, Florida.



The FWC Report For
September 22nd-28th
This report represents some sig-
nificant 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
Officer Kevin Losee found a
baited area in Grove Park WMA sev-
eral weeks before the season opened.
September 24th, the opening morn-
ing of archery season, Losee located
a subject hunting over bait attempt-
ing to take game.
CLAY COUNTY
September 24th, Officers Michael
Goodwin and Harold Barry respond-
ed to assist Camp Blanding Military
Police and Clay County Sheriff's
Office personnel with a report of
two individuals illegally hunting in
the archery area of Camp Blanding
WMA. The officers conducted a
search of the area and after a brief
period, located one adult and one
juvenile. A 21-year-old Bradford
County man was armed with a rifle
while the juvenile was found in pos-
session of a video camera. Both sub-
jects admitted to being in the area the
previous day and to video taping their
hunting trip. The adult was charged
with hunting on a closed wildlife
management area, hunting by illegal
means, and trespassing. The juvenile
was charged with trespassing. The
rifle and video camera were seized
as evidence.
DUVAL COUNTY
'September 26th, Officers David
Garns and Eric Hall stopped a vessel
near Sister's Creek Bridge to perform
a fisheries inspection. They inspect-
ed the operator's catch that was in a
cooler in the front of the vessel and
found three undersized vermilion
snapper along with various legal
sized fish. During the stop, the oc-
cupants mentioned catching several
undersized fish. The officers asked if
they had any more fish on board and
the operator said they didn't. Upon
further inspection, the officers found
three undersized gag grouper and one
undersized red snapper hidden in the
bilge. The operator was cited for
four misdemeanors for the fish viola-
tions and an infraction for a registra-
tion violation.
HAMILTON COUNTY


1-2: 220-240 (235) 117.50-127.50
(125.16); 255-295 (269) 122.00-
134.00 (127.01); 315-345 (331)
120.00-130.00 (123.07); 360-370
(363) 114.00-118.00 (116.64); 410-
420(418) 108.00-115.00 (113.28);
500-525 (514) 97.00-101.00
(99.00); 560-595 (574) 90.00-95.00
(92.98).
Feeder Heifers Medium and
Large 2-3:220-230 (227) 115.00-
122.00 (119.74); 265-275 (270)
110.00-114.00 (112.04); 320-340
(330) 108.00-112.00 (110.06);


Officer Dwain Mobley issued a
citation to an individual for circum-
venting a closed gate on Suwannee
River Water Management District
property.
LAFAYETTE COUNTY
Officer Bryan Humphries issued
citations to two individuals for pos-
session of a firearm in closed season
in Mallory Swamp WMA. The local
residents were in possession of a .22
caliber rifle and a .22 caliber pistol.
LEVY COUNTY
A few days before the opening
of archery season, Officers Dorvan
Daniel and James Umhoeffer located
a baited area that was closed to hunt-
ing in the Goethe WMA. On opening
morning of archery season, Daniel
and Umhoeffer found a subject hunt-
ing in the closed area and attempting
to take wildlife over a baited area.
September 20th, Officers Sam
Dishman and B.J. Johnston received
information about shots fired in an
area of south Levy County on private
property. The complainant also said
he observed a red Chevy S-10 leav-
ing the area. Dishman and Johnston
went to a hunt camp located on the
property and ran a tag on a camper
trailer. Upon locating the address,
Dishman and Johnston went to the
address and noticed a red Chevy S-10
parked next door. After talking to the
owner of the camper trailer, Dishman
and Johnston began a conversation
with the Chevy S-10 owner. He ad-
mitted to shooting at a raccoon near
the camp. Dishman and Johnston
received permission to look in the
freezer where they found fresh deer
meat. Dishman read the subject his
Miranda rights, and during question-
ing, the subject admitted to shooting
a deer a couple weeks ago. After re-
ceiving a written statement, a citation
was issued.
NASSAU COUNTY
September 26th, Officer Tim
Sweat received information of a
baited area in the Nassau Wildlife
Management Area. The information
was confirmed that afternoon. Sept.
27, Sweat approached the area of
the baited deer stand and observed a
hunter leaving the stand. The hunter
was issued a warning for driving
metal objects into a tree. Citations
were issued for no hunting license
and no archery permit. Charges will
be filed with the State Attorney's Of-
fice for depositing grain and attempt-
ing to take wildlife on a baited area in
a wildlife management area.


North Florida
Livestock Report
Receipts at the North Florida Live-
stock Market in Bartow on Wednes-
day, September 27, 2006, were: this
week1083, last week 919 and last
year 1175.
Slaughter cows and bulls steady.
Feeder steers and heifers steady to
2.00 lower. Feeder and replace-
ment cows uneven. Flesh condition
on feeder cattle: thin and very thin.
Percentages reflect cattle reported.
39 percent slaughter cows, 6 percent
slaughter bulls, 28 percent feeder
steers, 21 percent feeder heifers and
5 percent feeder and replacement
cows.
Slaughter Cows Breaker 75-80
percent:1225-1580 (1406) 43.00-
48.50 (46.48); 1250-1375 (1298)
49.50-50.50 (50.00) High Dress-
ing; 1605-1820 (1661) 41.00-49.00
(46.04).
Slaughter Cows Boner 80-85 per-
cent: 910-1160 (1052) 41.50-48.50
(45.64);1205-1280 (1217) 43.50-
48.50 (47.33).
Slaughter Cows Lean 85-90 per-
cent: 825-1065 (922) 38.00-44.00
(40.25).
Slaughter Bulls Y.G. 1: 1400-
1460 (1430) 53.00-55.00 (54.16);
1530-1985 (1692) 51.50-59.50
(55.77).
Feeder Steers and Bulls Me-
dium and Large 1-2: 205-245
(225) 135.00-152.50 (142.97);
255-275 (263)135.00-160.00
(142.95); 315-320 (316) 130.00-
146.00 (141.01); 360-375 (366)
123.00-130.00 (126.31); 425-440
(431) 113.00-125.00 (116.83); 470-
495 (481) 104.00-111.00 (109.36);
525-530 (529) 100.00-106.00
(104.01); 550-595 (575) 100.00-
108.00 (105.29).
Feeder Steers and Bulls Me-
dium and Large 2-3:250-260 (252)
130.00-135.00 (131.29); 310-335
(323) 115.00-126.00 (121.08); 365-
395(381) 115.00-122.00 (117.39);
430-440 (437) 108.00-113.00
(111.36); 465-475 (468) 98.00-
102.00 (100.24);500-530 (521)
95.00-104.00 (98.92);560-585 (570)
87.00-92.00 (89.97);
Feeder Heifers Medium and Large


370-385 (378) 96.00-110.00
(103.70); 420-445 (432) 95.00-
104.00 (98.74); 500-545 (534)
90.00-95.00 (92.19).
Bred Cows Medium and Large
1-2 Middle-Aged: 925-1160 (1056)
47.00-72.00 (61.99) 4-6 Months
Bred; 1205-1310 (1246) 56.00-
66.00 (61.44). 4-6 Months Bred


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GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


THURSDAYJ, tober


Notice of Application to Effect an
Acquistion of Assets and Assumption
of Liabilities
Notice is hereby given by America
Banking Company, Moultrie, Georgi
('American"), that application has bee
made to the Federal Deposit Insuranc
Corporation ("FDIC") to acquire al
of the assets and assume all of the li
abilities of Tri-County Bank, Trenton
Florida ("Tri-County"), as part of2
series of transactions between Ameri
can, Tri-County, and Merchants an
Farmers Bank, Koscinsko, Mississipp
("M&F"). The series of transactions i
as follows: Ameris Bancorp ("Ameris")
the parent company of both American
and Tri-County, will transfer the stock o
Tri-County to American. Following this
transfer. it is anticipated that American
will acquire substantially all of the as
sets and assume substantially all of the
liablilities of Tri-County, with the excep-
tion of certain assets and liabilities of Tri
County associated with its office located
at 530 East Wade Street, Trenton, Florida
32693. Immediately thereafter the par-
ent holding company of M&F, Firsl
M&F Corporation, will acquire all of the
outstanding shares of Tri-County from
American. Immediately thereafter, M&F
will require, by merger, the remaining
asses and liabilities of Tri-County, where-
upon American will then purchase such
assets and liablilites from M&F. Once
this series of transactions is complete,
American will have acquired all of the
assets and assumed all of the liabilities of
Tri-County, and each office of Tri-Coun-
ty, including the office located at 530 East
Wade Street, Trenton, Florida 32693, will
become a branch of American. As part of
this series of transactions, American will
file two applications with the FDIC. One
application relates to the acquistion of
substantially all of the assets and assump-
tion of substantially all of the liablilities
of Tri-County, and the other application
relates to the acquisition of assets and li-
abilities associated with the office located
at 530 East Wade Street, Trenton, Florida
32693, from M&F.
Once the transaction is complete, it
is contemplated that the main office and
each branch office of Tri-County will
continue to operate as branch offices of
American.
This notice is published pursuant to
(2USC 1828 (c) and 12 CFR 303.
Any person wishing to comment on
these applications may file his or her
comments, in writing, with the Regional
Director (DOC) of the Federal Deposit
Insurance Corporation at its Regional Of-
fice located at 10 Tenth Street, NE, Suite
snn A~i.,nl, Georgia 30309-3906, not
i:.cr than 3.i days-after tite first publica-
tion of the notice.- The nonconfidential
portions of the application are on file in
the Regional Office and are available for
public inspection during regular business
hours. Photocopies of the non-confiden-
tial portion of the application file will be
made available upon request.
Pub. September 7, 21, and October 5,
2006b.


NOTICE OF MEETING
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the
Gilchrist County SHIP Loan Review
Committee will hold a regular meeting on
Thursday, October 19, 2006 at 3:00 p.m.
in the SHIP Program Office/Building
Department, 209 SE 1st Street, Trenton,
Florida.
PLEASE BE ADVISED that if a
person decides to appeal any decision
made at such meeting or hearings, he will
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.
Charlotte Pederson
Program Administrator
Pub. October 12, 2006b.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 21-2006-CA-0027
GREEN TREE SERVICING, LLC


f/k/a GREEN TREE FINANCIAL
SERVICING CORP.
1400 Turbine Drive
Rapid City, SD 57703,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ERIC V. HOCKEMEYER; and
HOUSEHOLD FINANCE
CORPORATION, III,
Defendants.
n /
a NOTICE OF SALE
n NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
e THAT, pursuant to Plaintiff's Final
11 Judgment Of Foreclosure and Re-
Establishment of Note entered in the
above-captioned action, I will sell the
a property situated in Gilchrist County,
Florida, described as follows, to wit:
d LOT 2, BLOCK 12, SUWANNEE
i RIVER ESTATES-SOUTH, according
s to the plat thereof recorded in Plat Book
1, Page 58, Public Records of Gilchrist
n County, Florida.
f TOGETHER WITH that certain 1999
s 76x32 Plantation mobile home; VIN #
n GAGVTD1022AB.
at public sale, to the highest and best
e bidder, for cash at the Gilchrist County
SCourthouse, Trenton, Florida, at 11:00
a.m., on the 23 day of October, 2006.
J Clerk of the Circuit Court
a (SEAL)
By: Lyndsay P. Ayers
t Deputy Clerk
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN IN-
TEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE
DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST
FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AF-
TER THE SALE.
Pub: September 28, October 5, 2006b


NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
TO: Mike R. Kirk'
8040 SE 9th Avenue
Trenton, Florida 32693
State Wide Collection Corporation
& Roger C. Hurd, Esquire
Hurd, Horvath & Ross, PA.
8295 N. Military Trail, Ste. A.
Palm Beach Gardens,. Florida
33410
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
pursuant to a writ ofExecuton, Instruction
for Levy issued in the Circuit Court of
Orange County, Florida, on the 23 day
of March, 2006, in the cause wherein
State Wide Collection Corporation
was a plaintiff and Mike R, Kirk was
defendant being case number C188-569
in said court, pursuant to the April 7.
2006 instructions to levy from Roger C.
Hurd of Hurd, Horvath & Ross. P.A., per
Judgment Lien Certificate filed February
15, 2006 and assigned file number
J06000030754 with Mike R. Kirk as the
judgment debtor, of said court.
I, David P. Turner, as Sheriff of Gilchrist
County, Florida, have levied upon the
right, title and interest of defendant,
Mike R. Kirk, in the following
described property, to wit: 2001'
WHITE, CHEVROLET-SILVERADO
VIN # 1GCEC14W01Z236483 TITLE r
# 83896645 and. on the 8th day of (
November 2006 at the south door, which I
is the side entrance of the Gilchrist a
County Courthouse, in the City of 1
Trenton, Gilchrist County, Florida, at the i
hour of 11:00 A.M. or as soon thereafter c
as possible. I will offer for sale all the u
said defendant's property rights, title e
and interest in the aforesaid property at r
public outcry and will sell the same to
the highest and best bidder or bidders for a
CASH, the proceeds to be applied as far h
as may to the payment and satisfaction of c
the described execution, f
DAVID P. TURNER, r
SHERIFF GILCHRIST COUNTY, i
FLORIDA F
Pub: October 5, 12,19, 26, 2000b r
a
d
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF p
THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT tl
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY, FL p
JUVENILE DIVISION b
CASE NO.: 05-144-DP w
IN THE INTEREST OF: e
A.K. 06/09/1993 b
MINOR CHILD p
/
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Richard A. Kennedy Sr.
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: 3218
Gillespie Lane, Columbia, Tennessee
38401 OR 1240 N. Paris St., Bell, B


Florida 32619
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED tha
a petition under oath, has been filed ii
the above-styled court for the termination]
of parental rights and the permanent
commitment of A.K., a female child bon
on 10/10/1999 in Leon County, Florid;
to the State of Florida, Department o
Children and Families, Adoption an<
Related Services a licensed child placing
agency, for subsequent adoption and yot
are hereby to be and appear in the above
court at the Taylor County Courthouse
Perry, Florida 32344 on Monday
October 23, 2006 at 9:00 A.M., for a
Termination of Parental Rights Advisor)
Hearing and to show cause why saic
petition should not be granted. You must
appear on the date and time specified.
FAILURE TO PERSONALLY AP-
PEAR AT THE ADVISORY HEARING
CONSTITUTES YOUR CONSENT TC
THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL
RIGHTS TO THIS CHILD. IF YOU
FAIL TO APPEAR ON THE DATE AND
TIME SPECIFIED, YOU MAY LOSE
ALL LEGAL RIGHTS TO THE CHILD
NAMED IN THE PETITION.
WITNESS my hand and official seal as
the Judge of said court this 19th day of
September, 2006.. ,
Pub.September 21,28, October 5,
October 12, 2006b.


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Gilchrist County Board of Adjustment
BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS OF GILCHRIST
COUNTY, FLORIDA, SERVING AS
THE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT OF
GILCHRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA, NO-
TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that pursuant
to Ordinance No. 93-04, as amended,
comments, objections and recommenda-
tions concerning the following described
agenda items,.will be heard by the Board
of County Commissioners of Gilchrist
County, Florida, serving as the Board of
Adjustment of Gilchrist County, Florida,
at a public hearing on October 16, 2006
at 6:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as
this matter can be heard, in the Board of
County Commissioners Meeting Room,
located at 210 South Main Street, Tren-
ton, Florida.
AGENDA ITEMS
1. Consideration of Previous Minutes.
2. SE 06-02 an application was made
by Spirit of Holiness Church requesting a
Special Exception be granted as provided
in Section 4.5.5 of the Land Development
Regulations to allow a Church in an'A-2
zoning district. The property is described
as follows:
N/2 OF COM AT NE/C OF NW/4.
S15-T8-R14. THENCE RUN S
69.70 FT TO S R/W OF CR 340
THENCE S 89 DEG W ALG SAID
R/W LN 1319.07 FT TO POB
THENCE FROM SAID POB RUN
S 1289.40 FT THENCE S 89 DEG
W 654.60 FT THENCE N 1289.40
FT TO S R/\\ LN OF. CR 3.40
THENCE N 89 DEG-E 654.60 FT
TO POB.
The public hearing may be continued to
one or more future dates. Any interested
party shall be advised that the date, time
and place of any continuance of the pub-
ic hearing shall be announced during the
publicc hearing and that no further notices
:oncerning this matter will be published,
unless said continuation exceeds six cal-
endar weeks from the date of the above
eferenced public hearing.
At the aforementioned public hearing,
all interested parties may appear to be
heard with respect to the proposed spe-
:ial exception. A copy of the application
or said special exception is available for
public inspection at the Planning & Zon-
ng Department, located at 209 Southeast
irst 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-
he proceedings, and that, for such pur-
ose, they may need to ensure that a ver-
atim record of the proceedings is made,
ihich record includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is to be
based.
ub. October 5, 2006b.


NOTICE OF MEETING
TOWN OF BELL, FLORIDA
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the
ell Town will hold it's regular Town
planning Board Meeting and Council
meeting on Thursday, October 5, 2006 at
:00 p.m. at the Bell Town Hall, located
240 W. Railroad Lane Bell, Florida.
TOWN OF BELL
P.O. BOX 116
BELL, FL 32619-0116
352-463-6288
AGENDA-BELL TOWN COUNCIL
October 5,2006-6:00 p.m.-Town Hall
Town Planning Board Meeting
A. Call to order
B. Business
1. Oak Walk Phase II- Preliminary
Site Plan
C. Adjourn
October Town Council Meeting
A. Call to order
B. Invocation-Flag
C. Adoption of Agenda-October 5,
2006
D. Approval of Minutes-September 7,
2006
E. Consent Items
1. Approval of expenditures for
the month of September 2006.
2. Approval of financial
statements for September 2006.
F. Reports or Request (Public Partici


pation)
1. Tony Arrant-Florida Institute of
Government-Planning Services
Presentation
2. Robert Allen-Grubbs Emer-
gency Services
3. Lisa Grady-DRMP-Planning
Services Presentation
4. Diane Rondolet-Code Enforce-
ment
G. Business
1. David Lang, Jr.-Town Attorney
a. 2006-2007 Legal Services
Agreement
2. Libbie Estes-Town Mayor
3. Town Manager-Dan Cavanah


4. Council Members-Reports, Re
quest, Suggestions
H. Old Business
1. Ordinance 2006-10 (Cemetery
Rules)
2. Ordinance 2006-11 (Salary in
creases for Council members)
3. Resolution 2006-10 (Gas Reim
bursement)
I. New Business
1. Appointment of Interim Town
Clerk
PLEASE BE ADVISED that if a per-
son decides to appeal any decision made
by the council, with respect to any matter
considered at such meeting, he or she will
need a record of the proceedings, and
for such purpose, he or she may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the pro-
ceedings is made, which record includes
the testimony and evidence upon which
the appeal is based.


Pub. October 5, 2006b.


Dan Cavanah'
Town Manager


CITY OF TRENTON
REGULAR MEETING
PUBLIC NOTICE
The City of Trenton Board of Commis-
sioners will meet in Regular Session
on Monday, October 9, 2006, at 5:30
p.m., in the Kathryn Deen Commission
Chambers, 114 N. Main Street, Trenton,
FL. 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 September 2006
Expenditures
2. Approval of Financial Statement
September 2006
E. Other Agencies
1. Code Enforcement
2. Public Works
3. Fire
4. Police
F.Pines Estates Connection Fees
1. Deborah Lucas
2. Tommy Ellis
3. Ernest Chewning
G. Action Items
Special Use Permits
1. Down Home Days Gilchrist
County Chamber of
Commerce
2. Hopkins Motor Company
3. Department of Children and
Families
4. Team in Training (Leukemia
and Lymphoma Society)
Contracts / Agreements
5. North Central Florida Regional
Planning Council-
Planning Services
6: City Attorney-Retainer
Agreement
7. Gilchrist County School Board
Community Service Partner-
ship
SH: Board Member Request
I. City Manager Report &
Evaluation
J. City Attorney Report
K. Unscheduled Citizen Requests
L. Adjourn
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that if a person
decides to appeal any decision made by
the Board with respect to any matter con-
sidered at this meeting, he/she will need
a record of the proceedings, and that, for
such purpose, he/she 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.


Pub. October 5, 2006b.


Jered Ottenwess
City Manager


PROCLAMATION OF THE MAYOR
AND NOTICE OF GENERAL
ELECTION
FOR THE TOWN OF BELL
Under, and by virtue of the power
vested in me as Mayor of the Town of
Bell, Florida, the regular general election
is hereby called to be held in the Town of
Bell on Tuesday, December 5, 2006, for
the purpose of electing of officers to serve
as follows:
(a) Group 3: Town Council Member
Seat, two (2) year term, currently held
by Tammy E. Jones;
(b) Group 4: Town Council Member
Seat, two (2) year term, currently held


"Care for the Entire Family"


by Terry Carnley;
(c) Group 5: Town Council Member
Seat, two (2) year term, currently held
by Thomas L. Brown;
(d) Mayor: Two (2) year term,
currently held by Elizabeth Estes.
(e) Town Clerk: Two (2) year term.
The election shall be held at Bell Com-
munity Center, 1180 NE Main Street,
Bell,Florida and the polls shall be open
at 7:00 a.m. on said day and shall close at
7:00 p.m. on the same day.
The date for the run-off election,
should it be required, will be on Tuesday,
December 19, 2006.
Candidates for office must be residents
of the Town of Bell, and qualified elec-
tors. The qualification period for candi-
dacy for this election is from Octoer 30,
2006 through November 3, 2006 between
the hours of 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. each
day, at the office of the Supervisor Of
Elections for Gilchrist County, at the
Gilchrist County Courthouse, Trenton,
Florida.
Given under my hand and the official
seal of the Town of Bell, Florida, this
14th day of September, 2006.
Elizabeth Estes, Mayor
Attest:
Iris Roberts,
President-Bell Town Council
Pub. October 5, 12,19,26, 2006b.


PROCLAMATION OF THE MAYOR
AND NOTICE OF GENERAL
ELECTION
FOR THE CITY OF TRENTON
Under, and by virtue 6f the power
vested in me as Mayor-Commissioner of
the City of Trenton, Florida; the regular,
general election is hereby called to be
held in the City of Trenton on Tuesday,
December 5, 2006, for the purpose of
electing of officers to serve as follows:
(a) Group 2: City Commissioner,
two (2) year term, seat currently
held by Bill Clifton;
S(b) Group 3: City Commissioner, two
(2) year term, seat currently held
by Glen Thigpen;
(c) Group 4: City Commissioner, two
(2) year term, seat currently held
-by Timothy D. Kinsey;
The election shall be held at Trenton
City Hall, 114 North Main Street, Tren-
ton, Florida and the polls shall be open at
7:00 a.m. on said day and shall close at
7:00 p.m. on the same day.
The date for the run-off election,


should it be required, will be on Tuesday,
December 19,2006.
Candidates for office must be resi-
dents of the City of Trenton, and quali-
fied electors. The qualification period for
candidacy for this election is from Noon,
Monday, October 30, 2006 through Noon,
November 6,2006 at the office of the Su-
pervisor Of Elections for Gilchrist Coun-
ty, at the Gilchrist County Courthouse,
Trenton, Florida.
Given under my hand and the official
seal of the City of Trenton, Florida, this
28th day of September, 2006.
C.A. "Pete" Randolph,
Mayor-Commissioner
Attest:
Jered Ottenwess, Clerk/City Manager
Pub. October 5, 12,19,26, 2006b.


Lake City Community
College Board Meets
The Lake City Community College
District Board of Trustees will meet
at 4 p.m., Tuesday, October 10, 2006,
in the LCCC Board Room.
The District Board of Trustees is
appointed by the governor and the
trustees' term is for a four-year pe-
riod. Anyone in the college's district
may send a nomination to the gover-
nor for trustee appointments.
LCCC is a two-year community
college locally governed and pub-
licly supported. The college serves
a five-county district that includes
Baker, Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist,
and Union counties. LCCC is accred-
ited by the Commission on Colleges
of the Squthern Association of Col-
leges and Schools to award the asso-
ciate degree.
A complete agenda will be avail-
able prior to the meeting. For more
information contact the public infor-
mation office at (386) 754-4248. This
meeting is open to the public.


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$350. Call Jerry 386-454-0847 or 386-
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40 HP JOHNSON MOTOR: Needs
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CAMPER FOR SALE: 1996 Pleasure-
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miles, $24,500. Call 352-463-6527.
tfnb,12-9

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tions and medical assistance for low-in-
come families. We have storage facilities
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ST. ALBANS EPISCOPAL CHURCH,
4 miles north of Chiefland on US-19, Fri.
& Sat., Oct. 6&7, 8am-2pm.
ltb,10-5

HUGE: Between Trenton & Newberry.
Friday 10/6, Sat. 10/7. 8939 Co. Road.
337, 8am-??? Multi-family, 26 east out of
Trenton. Approx 5 miles out. (Faircloths)
Follow signs. 463-2086.
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YARD SALE: 624 NE 3rd Street, Tren-
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until ??? Exercise equipment, Christmas
trees & decorations, -wooden microwave
stand & microwave, clothes for boys,
girls & adults, miscellaneous and toys.
ltb,10-5


Yard Sales

HUGE YARD SALE: 2 families, Fri-
day & Saturday, 6th & 7th, 8am -4pm.
Off 129, 6 miles north of Bell, 3 miles
past 340 (flashing light) at 3529 NW
73rd Trail. Too many bargains to list.
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L CLASSIFIED ADS $4.50 MINIMUM FOR 20 WORDS. 5 CENTS EACH ADDITIONAL


[ Services.

BAD WATER? Iron-Free's MANDOX
systems remove iron, tannin, sulfur, man-
ganese, turbidity, bad taste & odor WITH-
OUT THE USE OF SALT. Kills bacteria.
Low maintenance. Guaranteed. Standard
units complete with Mandox Filtration
System, chlorinator, assembly kit, (reten-
tion tank where needed), flush cleaning
and installation. Call for FREE accurate
water evaluation. No obligation Ever.
IRON-FREE Well Water Company, Inc.
Roy Jones, Opr. Mgr. (352) 542-9817,
Wilson Home Center in Trenton (352)
463-2068 or 1-800-437-1128 ANYTIME
www.iron-fred.com
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Fair weigh-in,
6416. ELMORE'S SIMULATED B
ltb,10-5 STONE, INC.: Stone, stucco, I
n mobile home skirting. Free
e 1 6789 SE 70th Avenue, Tren
e 5542, 214-3702. Fax 352-472-0


YELVINGTON SERVICES: Land
clearing, tree service, debris removal,
fencing, trash & construction clean-up.
Licensed & insured, Jeffrey Yelvington.
(352) 558-4621.
8tb,10-5-11-23

THOMAS MOBILE HOME SET-UP:
Set-ups, tear-downs, and transports. Li-
censed & bonded. (352) 486-1662 or
(352) 558-4375.
4tb,9-14-10-5

MASON WORK: Concrete slabs, foot-
ers, bricks, & block. Licensed & insured.
Jeffery'Yelvinton, (352) 558-4621.
S 4tb,10-5-10-26

THREE D SERVICES: Home services,
no matter how small we do it all. Also
will haul trash for cash. Call 352-472-
7308 or 352-682-1751.
3tp,9-14-9-28


Wooblan6

C' raft.

Si437s
4263-7135 .


Small buildings. boats, etc. 24 hr, towing service,
22ft. rollback bed. Carports also available.
Reasonable Rates.
463-2900 -493-0345

(JOE'S TOWING & ROLLBACK)
Credit Cards Accepted



L. Frank Grant Realty
L. Frank Grant
LIC. REAL ESTATE BROKER
216-AN. Main St., Trenton, FL 32693
352-463-2817 FAX (352) 463-2479 EQ LOS.IN
lfgr@bellsouth.net
We List To Sell!
620 NE 5TH AVE TRENTON
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3BR/ 2BAD/WMobile Home-Several storage buildings-
landscaped-carport. MLS #752719 Priced $149,900.

4560 NW 37th Court Bell
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3BD/2BA DW Mobile Home on 7 plus acres Fenced and
cross fenced. MLS # 753342 Priced $158,000

For additional information
on our listings and virtual tours.
Visit our website at
www.lfrankgrant.com

East Side of Gilchrist County
3 ac tract plus four (4) 5 ac tracts w/planted pines on Co.
Grade Rd. Priced at $90,000 each. MLS#750923-750927
Lil Lake City NW 60th Street
9.2 ac Planted Pines, MLS#749600 Reduced $125,000.
10 AC off Santa Fe on 95th PL
4" well-cross fenced-ready for horse or new home.
MLS#749774 Reduced $135,000.
2-5 ACRES OFF NW 55 AVE
First one is planted pines about 20 yrs old MLS#751145
Second one has scattered oaks MLS#752877
COMMERCIAL LOT
US HWY 129 FRONTAGE
MLS#749499 Price $100,000.


BOB OSBORNE TREE SI
INC.: 70 ft. bucket truck, hydra
er truck, stump grinder. Free 1
Insured. 352-463-9100.


PRESSURE WASHING,
ING, DECK & PATIO BU
and HOME'REPAIRS & IM
MENT: Reasonable prices, de
insured and professional. Shan
vices, 352-463-1212 day or ev
weekends.


BUILDING CONTR
CBC017140 Custom homes bui
lot. Precision Development, PO
26761 SE Hwy. 19, Old Town,
8416.


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MOWER & CHAINSAW PARTS
Stihl, Husqvarna,Ayp, Murray, Sears,
MTD, Briggs, Kohler, Robin, and Hon-
da. Blades for most mowers.
Beauchamp Saw Shop
493-4904
tfi, 1-03


TREES, TREES, TREES: Langston
Tree Service, Inc. 490-4456.
".:_iib, -_22

A BIG STUMP! A LITTLE STUMP!:
We grind them all. Langston Tree Ser-
vice, Inc. 490-4456.
tfnb,2-22

COMPANION SITTER: Will stay with
your loved one, hospital, home or nursing
home. Take to doctor, grocery shopping,
so forth. Call Fran 386-454-0847 or 386-
853-0634.
ltbp,10-5


1
SGilchrist

County

Journal

FAX

) 463-7393


WHEEL TOWN
352-493-2835
Call for Directions 10 Miles
South of Chiefland off 345
Spcalo heWe


'04 Ford Expedition, leather, power, third seat
rear air, CD, 36K miles........... $16,975
'05 Chrysler PT Cruiser, touring, auto, loaded
20K miles, Bal. Fact. Warranty...... $1 0,975
'05 Chevy Cavalier 4-door, auto, CD, loaded
30K miles, Bal. Fact: Warr. Clean..... $9,975
'04 Chevy Venture extended, dual air, CD, power-
sliding doors, loaded, 49K miles... $1 0,975
'04 Chevy 4-door, extra cab, 1500LS, V8
auto, loaded, 40K miles......... $14,975
'03 Cadillac Sedan DeVille, carriage roof
pear white, loaded............ '$15,975
'03 Jaguar X-Type, 4 door, 6 cyl, 5 speed, CD, air, loaded,
all wheel drive, 39K miles, bal fact warr.. $14,975
'03 Saturn Ion 4-door, 4-cyl., auto, air
CD, 35K miles...... $8,975
'03 Chevy Malibu 4-door, V6, auto, loaded
35K miles, clean............. $7,975
'03 Dodge Dakota Quad Cab, V8, auto, CD,
loaded, new tires, 50K miles..... $13,975
'02 Ford XLT Super Crew, 4-Door, CD, power seat,
loaded, 60K miles, clean...... $13,975
'01 Mercury Grand Marquis 4-door, carriage roof
loaded, 39K miles, clean......... $8,975


CREDIT UNIONS WELCOME
Warranties Available
www.wheeltown.com


RICK &
permanent
Estimates.
ton. 472-


Services

DIXIE MONUMENT: Old Tc
1992. Visit our display on H
C&C Growers, 9 am 5 pm, I
or call toll free 1-877-542-34
pointment to visit our shop & i
at 1471 NE 512 Avenue. 100'
in stock, computer specialist to
in creating a lasting tribute to
your loved one.


TIM POWELL ELECTR
installations and repairs, lic
insured. State Reg. #EC1300
(352) 463-2155.


W l Xar rn r


,S [ Help Wanted

INMATE WORK CREW LEADER:
SWORD. Department Of Agriculture & Consumer
Services Division Of Forestry: Levy
County Vacancies: Supervises inmates
J who assist with growing and shipping
of tree seedlings. Transports inmate
awn-Since crews from Levy Forestry Work Camp
Iwy. 19 at to various project locations daily. Nor-
Mon.- Sat. mally works four 10hr days per week.
32 for ap- MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: High
main office School diploma or GED and one year of
s of stones supervisory experience in an outdoor job
Assist you environment such as agriculture, forestry,
the life of plant nursery or building construction
operation. Applicants must obtain Dept.
tfnb,5-20 of Corrections Training and Certification,
obtain a Commercial Driver License, and
IC: New agree to drug testing and background
ensed and check. Application must be received by
2453. Call 10/20/06 to be considered. Starting at
$11.82 per hour. For more information
tfnb,11-25 and to apply online go to https://people-
first.myflorida.com/, or contact Ernie Ash
at (352) 955-2238.


SHelp Wanted ]


ltb,10-5

LOG TRUCK DRIVER with a clean
CDL. Call 352-535-5287.
2tb,10-5-10-12


)124. CHIEF EQUIPMENT MECHANIC:
tfnb-9-15 Gilchrist County Road Department has
an opening for a Chief Equipment Me-
ERVICE, chanic; this is technical work perform-
aulic load- ing and coordinating the maintenance
Estimates. and repair of County owned vehicles and
equipment. Work is performed under the
tfnb,5-26 general direction of the Road Superin-
tendent. These Job functions are provid-
PAINT- ing assistance in all work performed at
JILDING shop, establishing and maintaining vehicle
[PROVE- disposal and replacement. Coordinat-
pendable, ing preventative maintenance and repair
rock Ser- program. Assisting in preparation and
ening and control of division's budget. Determines
inventory, parts, and supplies. Maintains
tfnb,6-1 and prepares reports. You must provide
your own tools. This is a full-time posi-
ACTOR: tion and includes health benefits and re-
ilt on your tirement. Applications can be picked up
SBox 249, at the Road Department, 9009 SW CR
352-542- 339, Trenton, FL 32693. Gilchrist County
is an EOE/DFWP.


JOUbRNAL

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INC*.------- SEE OUR LISTINGS


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


JEAN C. TROKE Licensed Real Estate Broker


E-mail: trokerealty@aol.com w
730 E. Wade Street (SR-26) Trenton, Florida 32693


ON THE WEB:
ww.trokerealtyinc.com


-- QUALITY-BUILT HOMES NOW AVAILABLE --
NEW LISTING--3 BR/2 BA CUSTOM BRICK HOME: On 10 acres (mol) upgraded construction thnr-out, gourmet kitchen, fireplace, hardwood floors,
46x40 garage/carport...$419,000.
SCENIC RIVERFRONT W/HOME & GUEST BUILDING: 3 BR/2 BA (total): 300' of prime Suwannee River frontage, with sun deck & dock along
the water, located at Shady Bend River/Air Park west of Bell: Frame-built home has side 'in-law'/guest cottage, both with screened-in river-view porches.
Inside has wood & tile flooring, wood vaulted ceilings, spacious open greatroom/kitchen & more. On a private, wooded 4.35-acre tract--call or email for
details...$469,900.
TWO NEWLY-BUILT CBS HOMES, BOTH ON 2-ACRE TRACTS: 3 BR/2 BA (each): Under construction, these two separate CBS-built homes will
each have 2,500+ inside heat/cooled sq. ft. Both are located on open 2-acre deed-restricted S/D tracts, with paved frontage along CR-319 near Trenton.
Each property has a 2-car detached garage, spacious great rooms & family room, breakfast nook by full-service kitchen & lots more...$299,900 (each).
DIXIE CO. FURNISHED HOME, NEAR TO RIVER: 2 BR/2 BA: Renovated frame-built home (new metalroof, windows, paint/trim), at quiet
cul-de-sac 1/2-acre tract, within 1 mile of river at Forest Park Hill S/D. Has all kitchen/utility appliances, along with furniture to stay--call or email our
office for full details...$134,00.
SPACIOUS 4 BR HOME IN TOWN: NICE NEIGHBORHOOD: 4 BR/2 BA: With over 1,600 inside sq. ft, this CB/Stucco home would be ideal for
growing family, located at quiet neighborhood in NE Trent6n (right by an oak-shaded city park). Has full rooms throughout, including bonus 4th BR (or
could be private office) attached behind 2-car garage. Also, privacy board fencing in back (with screened-in porch)...$129,900.
-- MANUFACTURED HOMES ON THE MARKET --
Just Reduced (From $79,000)--RIVER CANAL TRACT, WITH M/HOME-SITE NEAR SUN SPRINGS: 3 BR/2 BA: Solid 'Fleetwood' 24x48
m/home, located in nice neighborhood near the Suwannee (with 60' frontage along canal with older deck); Owner hlas done some inside
cleanup/fixup..Seller is motivated, may consider owner-financing (call office for information) says to present offers...$69,000.
PRIME COUNTRY ACREAGE, WITH M/HOME & MORE NEAR BELL: 3 BR/2 BA: Over 18.3 pristine acres, a number of large live oaks by
home-site, and frontage along both CR's-341/232. Includes well-kept 27x52 1993 M/Home, large greatroom & split-plan format, roomy bedrooms & more.
Outer features include 30x40 pole barn, metal storage bldg. & more--call or email for information...$489,900.
LARGE M/HOME ON 30 SECLUDED ACRES: 4 BR/2 BA: Spacious 27x76 manufactured home, located amongst lots of planted pines (great future
investment), on a 30-acre tract in-between Trenton & Fanning. Acreage has 4-vehicle carport, 20x20 pole barn (w/electric). Home-site being sold 'as is' by
Owner--call Jean or Barbara for all the details...$333,000.
20 WOODED ACRES W/SPACIOUS M/HOME NEAR .RIVER: 3 BR/2 BA: Roomy 2001 28x76 Manufactured home, sitting on private, wooded
20-acre tract; property located within one mile of Wannee boat ramp. Over 2,000 inside sq. ft. of comfort, includes full living, dining, family/game rooms,
outbuildings & more...$319,000.
Reduced (From $309,000)--PRIVATE, SECLUDED ACREAGE & HOME-SITE WEST OF BELL: 3 BR/2 BA: Immaculate 27x66 manufactured,
located on fenced, wooded 20 acres. Large greatroom, 21x10 all-seasons enclosed porch, galley-style kitchen. Outer features include 4-wide attached
carport, pool & hot tub (w/pool house), gazebos, greenhouse & more. Call or email to Barbara for information...$294,000.
TWO SEPARATE M/HOMES, BOTH ON 5 ACRES, JUST NORTH OF BELL: Two adjacent 5-acre tracts, each with a Manufactured Home (one a 3
BR/2 BA 24x40, the other 2 BR/2 BA 16x76), both kept in good shape. Properties are rolling, wooded land--one has outbuilding & 2-vehicle pole barn;
both within short drive of CR-340. For sale separately, but Owner may consider combined offer...$129,900 (each).
WELL-KEPT M/HOME ON LANDSCAPED ACRE IN NO. GILCHRIST: 3BR/2BA: 1996 24X44 Manufactured, in quality condition, on 1.15-acre
tract (nice mix of trees/open space), with board fencing in front. Located north of Bell, with quick access to US 129 & CR 340...Owner says to present
offers...$92,000.
11+ FENCED PASTURE ACRES, W/SPACIOUS HOME-SITE: 3 BR/2 BA: This property has great potential for horse-lovers, a rolling 11.62-acre
tract, with full fencing/x-fenced and back pole-barn. Almost all pasture, w/a couple of oaks near 1995 27x60 Manu. Home; has attached screened porch &
walk deck to A/G pool. Verynice inside, w/mainly tile flooring, large living & family rooms, also full open/modem kitchen..excellent land/home
package...$197,900.
WOODED COUNTRY ACRES, M/HOME-SITE & MORE IN E. GILCHRIST: 3 BR/2 BA: Good location, with quick access to main roads into
Alachua Co., for this quiet, secluded 5-acre tract (nice mix of pine & oak), with well-kept 1992 27x60 Manufactured (includes attached wood deck porch
on front/side). Includes metal pole barn, dug-in fish pond, large greatroom inside, w/roomy Main BR/BA suite (large garden tub, shower, double
vanity)...$174,900.
-- LOTS & ACREAGE PROPERTIES ON MARKET --
44 ACRES, MIX OF WOODS/OPEN SPACE, IN EAST GILCHRIST: Over 40 acres, ready for family or gentleman's farm/home-site east of Trenton;
has paved frontage along CR-337, and an older home-site on property (improvements being sold in 'as is' condition)--call or e-mail our office for full
details...$499,900.
10+ ACRES, MIX PASTURE & WOODS NEAR BELL: Multi-sided 10.55-acre property, with road frontage on two sides (connecting to both US-129
& CR-340). Nice mix of pasture space with large pines, ready for built or manufactured home-site; call or email to Debra for information..$105,500.
10 ACRES--WOODED, SECLUDED TRACT OFF US-129: Private locale for this ten acres north of Bell--has nice mix of open space & woods, few
neighbors; call Barbara for property details...$105,000.
5 ACRES, 'HOME-ONLY' S/D WEST OF TRENTON: Perfect spot for that new home to be built, located at Easley Place S/D along CR-344 (short
drive to the Suwannee & springs). Call Barbara for details...$90,000.
5+ ACRES--MIX OF WOODS/OPEN SPACE IN E. GILCHRIST: Excellent location, close to Gainesville/Alachua Co., yet in the country near
Waccasassa Lake. 5.52-acre tract has road frontage/fencing in front & back...$85,000.
5-ACRE WOODED TRACT, CLOSE TO BELL: Have some privacy at this 5-acre property, located at end of cul-de-sac road near CR-341. Tract has
improvements (well, septic, power pole) ready for new built or manufactured home-site--call or e-mail Barbara for details...$85,000.
4+ ACRES--WOODED TRACT NEAR BRONSON/ARCHER: Quiet, rural location for this 4.2-acre property, located in-between Bronson & Archer
near SR-24; great location for secluded built or manufactured home-site...$84,900.
2-ACRE TRACTS, PAVED FRONTAGE & CLOSE TO TOWN: Two separate 2-acre properties, at Fox Run deed-restricted S/D by CR-319, ready for
quality home-site(s)--check our website for photos...$58,900 (each).
EIGHT SEPARATE FANNING ANNEX TRACTS, GREAT LOCATIONS: All tracts within short drive to US-19, these 100x300(mol) properties are
ready for built/manufactured home-sites; one property has well & septic--call office for information/directions ...$24,900(each) /
$29,900(w/improvements).
WOODED ONE-ACRE TRACT NORTH OF BELL: Nice mix of trees, has some privacy/seclusion for new built or manufactured home-site, affordably
priced...$20,000.
AFFORDABLE & BUILDABLE TRACT, NEAR TO FANNING SPRINGS: Wooded 100x100 property, near to SR-26, Rails-to-Trails and more at
west end of county, ready, for built or manufactured home-sites...$9,900.
You can call our agents after regular business hours, for more information on any of our listings,
at the main office number above, or at our agents' cell numbers below:


'Jim or Jean Troke
(386) 935-3357


RMLSi


Paul Troke
(352) 221-2999


Barbara Mayo
(352) 222-0427


"Professional Service With A Persopal Touch"


Debra Powers
(352) 215-1132


EQUAL HOUSING
OPPORTUNITY


Water Filtration Lic # CFC051621




WOLFE PLUMBING, INC.
Complete Plumbing Service
Drain Cleaning & Repair 7 Da> s Sen ice

352-463-2202

386-935-06416 :,


Custom House Plans
YOUR DESIGN OR OURS -
:I.C.F: CONSTRUCT ION, BLOCKCONSTRUCTION
OR FRAME CONSTRUCTION




John Yencho
OVER 40 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
TRENTON, FLORIDA 352-463-7282


I^eipWanted

EXPERIENCED BACK-HOE OP-
ERATOR: W/CDL Class A, full-time,
Mon.-Fri., apply in person. Dampier
Septic Tanks, 7030 NW 23rd Way,
Gainesville. 352-378-2659. DFWP/
EOE
4tb,9-28-10-19

MECHANIC NEEDED: Light to
medium maintenance, tools & exp. re-
quired. Call 318-7965.
2tb,9-28-10-5

BLOCK TRUCK & MIXER DRIV-
ERS NEEDED: Exp. necessary. Must
have min. B CDL. We have competitive
wages, paid holidays & vacations, also
offer retirement plan. Must pass drug
test. Apply in person at Bell Concrete
Products. Hwy-129 Imile north of Bell.
2tb,9-28-10-5

TRUCK DRIVERS NEEDED for
construction company. CDL Class A or
B. Benefits, company pays medical and
life insurance, paid vacation, 401K. We
are an EOE, we are a DFWP. Apply at
20551 NE 75th Street, Williston..(352)
528-2101.


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Page Eighteen GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL
Page Eighteen


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2006


Help Wanted


*


AUTOPARTS COUNTERr
or experience necessary. Ne
driving record and depenal
ary based on experience. Plea
(352) 535-7529.


VACANCIES
GILCHRIST COUN
SCHOOLS
Anticipated Vacancy, E
Bell Middle Schoo
Bachelor's degree or high
an accredited institution.
certification covering En
Temporary Teacher A
Bell Elementary School Hig
diploma or equivalent. Ass(
Arts degree or higher, at leas
hours from an accredited insi
a passing score on an appro
test required.
ESOL Guidance Cle
District Wide
Minimum Qualifications: Hi
Diploma or equivalent and
relevant experience. Must be


HORSE FARM
12 STALL BARN w Apt.
3BR/2BA CB Home, 15 Acres
MLS #752357 $450,000
.~ ern .


HORSE COUNTRY
Beautiful large oaks & pines
3/2 DWMH on 10 Acres
MLS#752553 $259,900





CLOSE TO RIVER
PEACEFUL SETTING
3/2 DWMH on Lot
MLS#752447 $59,900


.11 Acre Lot, City Water & Sewer $11,500
.18 Acre, City Water & Sewer $17,500
.21 Acre, City Water & Sewer $18,500
.27 Acre, Well & Septic $37,900
1/3 Commercial Lot Hwy 26 $75,000
.50 Acre, W/S/P, river access $29,900
.50 Acre, Bronson $24,900
1 Acre North of Bell $25,000
1.03 Acres, Partially Cleared $25,500
1.19, Acres, Comer Lot $28,500
1 Acre, North of Bell $25,000
1.6 Acres, Well & Septic $48,300
1.68 Acres, Bell City Limits, fenced $39,000
2 Acres, Old Town, Paved Road $39,900


I Help Wanted


MAN: Pri- English/Spanish with excellent oral and
eded good written communication skills.
ability. Sal- Media Clerk
ase inquire Bell Elementary School
Minimum Qualifications: High school
tfnb, 6-22 diploma or equivalent, and one year of
experience in office or library services.
Preferred Qualifications: AA/AS
TY Degree and one year experience in
office or library services. Must have
english working knowledge of office/library
4 procedures and equipment. Must
er from have excellent written and oral
Florida communications skills. Must be
english proficient in the use of Microsoft Office
ride Applications (Word, Excel, Outlook) in
gh school an office setting.
ociate of Anticipated Vacancy, Journeyman
t 60 credit Maintenance Worker
titution, or High School Diploma and valid Florida
ved state Driver License with good driving
record required. Three years work
rk experience in building maintenance,
trades and grounds experience. HARV
igh School Journeyman license and Universal EPA
one year certification
SBilingual


Bud Abbiss Carole Abbiss
Licensed Real Estate Broker Licensed Real Estate Sales Associate

u& country





P.O. Box 8 352 463 8340
Bell, FL 32619 E-Mail: tcrealtvY(bellsouth.net
www.TownandCountryRealtyOnline.com







and Associates


- 6.4 Acres, South Columbia County, off of 138, near Rum
Island area, secluded beautiful homesite, $74,900.
- 2.5 Square Acres, naturally wooded. Just north of Bell
off Hwy 129. Only 4 lots on this dead-end road.
$48,900
- 2.5 Spectacular Acres woods, nice adjacent homes,
deeded river access, close to Live Oak. Brand new boat
ramp for home owners only. $29,900
- 5.0 Wooded Acres, not too dense, can easily be cleared
for your home site. Approximately 1500' from CR 138,
paved road. $59,900
- Deer Ford in Suwannee County Gorgeous, wooded lot,
Ichetucknee River deeded access, bird sanctuary. Newly
paved road almost all the way to this jewel. $64,500
- 5.1 Wooded Acres in Emerald Farms in northern
Gilchrist County. Great schools and neighborhood.
$59,000
- 5.0 Wooded Acres on SR-47, just north of CR-340.
Driveway and small shed. Reduced to $69,900 hurry.

Call 1-800-643-6971
info@phillipsrealtyland.com


E2LNLS


See more of our listings @
www.phillipsrealtyland.com


Attached Carport & Porches
Fenced & Cross Fenced
3/2 DWMH on 5 Acres
MLS#752685 $189,900





LARGE FAMILY HOME
PAVED CORNER LOT
5/2.5 Frame Home on 1.5 Acres
MLS#752151 $199,900




2tt
ABOVE GROUND POOL
FIREPLACE & PORCH
3/2DWMH 10Acres
MLS# 753538 $169,900


CHARMING COUNTRY FARM HOUSE
2/lhome on 1/2 acre on PAVED ROAD
Greenhouse/storage and pole barn
MLS# 752945 $115,000

,. -



LARGE HOME, LARGE LOT
NORTH GILCHRIST CO.
3/2 M/H on 8.57 acres
MLS #751687 $134,900


LOTS & ACREAGE
2.5 Acres, Bell, $39,900


2.5 Acres, Slab Foundation,
3 Acres, Old Town REDUCED
4.34 Acres, W/S/P, Morriston
5 Acres Beautifully Wooded
5 Acres, Bell City Limits
5 Acres, Bell City Lim.,Dividable
5 Acres, W/S/P REDUCED
5 Acres, E. Gilchrist, Paved
5 Acres, E. Gilchrist, 3 to choose
5 Acres, SWMH, Planted Pines *
5 Acres, 1BR/1BA, Frame House
5.5 Acres, Near Waters Lake
5.8 Acres, Trotter Farms S/D


$75,000
$40,000
$119,000
$69,990
$85,000
$112,000
$72,000
$124,900
$85,000
$99,000
$124,900
$59,900
$74,900


'C LASS IF IEDS-
. CLASSIFIED ADS $4.50 MINIMUM FOR 20 WORDS. 5 CENTS EACH ADDITIONAL WORD. A


[-Help Wanted


Speech/Language Pathologist (K-12)
District-wide
Bachelor's Degree in Speech/
Language Pathology/Communication
Disorders from an accredited
educational institution. Florida
certification in Speech/Language
Pathology and/or licensure in
Speech/Language Pathology.
School Psychologist
District-wide
Master's Degree from an accredited
institution. Certification covering'
School Psychology.
Substitute Teachers
High School Diploma or Equivalent.
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.
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 Florida teaching certificate in a
core subject area. Once approved,
highly qualified substitutes would be


I Need a'


SPECTACULAR DESIGN
UNDER RENOVATION
3/2 Home on Trenton City Lot
MLS#751932 $180,000





X-Fenced, Barn & Carport
Many Updates
3/2 CB Home on 5 Acres
MLS#753224 $240,000


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9 Beautiful Acres, Old Town
Remodeled Palm Harbor-Many extras
3/2 DWMH 1960sq.fO
MLS #754067 $215,000


6 Acres, Well, Septic & Pines
7.94 Paved Highway
10 Acres, W/S/P Owner Finance
10 Acres, Septic & Power Pole
10 Acres, Suwannee Shores
10 Acres, Paved Road
11.92 Acres, DWMH 2xW/S/P
12 Acres, Scattered Oaks
15 Acres, Perfect for Motorcross
20 Acres, Pines, Close to River
30 Acres, Near Manatee Spgs
34 Acres, US Hwy 129
40 Acres, W/S/P, Pole Barn
42 Acres, E. Gilchrist


$84,000
$115,000
$140,000
$119,900
$119,000
$163,000
$155,000
$170,000
$175,000
$330,000
$399,000
S$544,000
$399,000
$399,000


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OPPORTUNfIY


For Rent

SINGLEWIDE MH: 2 BR/I BA, Su-
wannee River, $500/month. 463-6416.
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SINGLEWIDE MOBILE HOME in
Old Town, in trailer park. $350/month.
Small pets OK. 463-7364.
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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.
Obtain and submit application to:
Gilchrist County School District,
310 NW 11th Avenue,
Trenton, FL 32693
(352) 463-3200.
Application may be downloaded at:
www.gilchristschools.org/Personnel.
htm#Applicatioil
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
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25105 W. Newberry Road
Newberry, FL
(352) 472-4472

Kim Stanley
Cell (352) 745-6236


Brand New home under $200K. You must see this lovely home in a
great neighborhood in Trenton. The home features 3 bed 2 bath with
1635 heated/cooled space but totals over 2317 total sq ft. The dining
area could be used as a 4th bedroom or office. Ceramic tile in all
walkways and carpet in living room and bedrooms. The living room
has a fireplace with French doors on each side leading to the back
patio. The kitchen has Clean Steel (GE) appliances including a side
by side fridge, a breakfast nook that overlooks the front porch and a
bar above the kitchen sink overlooking the living room. The home
has a 2 car garage and is on a beautifully landscaped lot. Convenient
to all Trenton schools! Contact Kim Stanley with Re/Max Profes-
sionals Inc. at 352-745-6236 to see this wonderful home.


FOR SALE D. Deen Lancaster
l Al TlEi LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKER
S.LANCA S 1431 E. WADE STREET

REALT Y- TRENTON, FL 32693
Visit us online at:
www.lancasterrealtv.biz .. ,;


7R7ENTON


$475,000


TRENTON


$25,000


MLS#
753677

OPPORTUNITY IS KNOCKING! Older 2/1
SWMH with additions on 0.22 acre,
PRICED TO SELL! Use as a rental or put
a new home in! Minutes from schools and
shoooina! Can't beat this price!


BELL:
* 8.95 AC. $109,900 MLS 752046
HOMES ONLY S/D, HORSES ALLOWED
* 10.00 AC. $99,900 MLS 751023
REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE
* 77.61 AC. $980,000 MLS 753958
NEW LISTING! PAVED FRONTAGE!
BRANFORD:
,* 5.00 AC. $82,500 MLS 751562
PAVED ROAD, WELL, SEPTIC, POWER
POLE...REDUCED PRICEII
BRONSON:
* 1.00 AC. $19,900 MLS 752075
EASY COMMUTE TO GAINESVILLE!
* 1.25 AC. $25,000 MLS 752317
OWNER FINANCING, GREAT HOME-SITE


MLS#
753432

GORGEOUS 3BR/3.5BA 2-story home on 8.89
park-like acres awaits new owner! Stunning hard-
wood floors, wood cabinets, ceramic tile counter-
tops, Owner's suite on main floor! Come immerse
yourself in the utter tranquility this property offers!


CHIEFLAND:
* 1.00 AC. $47,500 MLS 753704
HOMES-ONLY, WELL, SEPTIC & POWER!
* 10.00 AC. $189,900 MLS 753644
4" WELL, SEPTIC & POWER
+ 54.00 AC. $675,000 MLS 753943
NEW LISTING! EXCELLENT POTENTIAL!

HIGH SPRINGS:
* 2.44 AC. $44,900 MLS 753716
NEAR SANTE FE RIVER, HIGH & DRY

OLD TOWN: '
* 2.22 AC. $42,500 MLS 753589
PRIME LOCATION, PAVED ROAD
* 2.43 AC. $45,000 MLS 752218
PAVED FRONTAGE, POND-FED CANAL


TRENTON:
+ 4.00 AC. $100,000 MLS 752292
GREAT LOCATION, NO RESTRICTIONS
* 5.01 AC. $175,000 MLS 752714
30x70 METAL BUILDING, WELL,
SEPTIC AND POWER
* 10.00 AC. $150,000 MLS 751443
PLANTED PINES, PRIME LOCATION!
* 10.70 AC. $165,000 MLS 752418
SECLUDED, MATURE HARDWOODS
* 20.00 AC. $199,000 MLS 751800
REDUCED! HORSES WELCOME!
* 20.30 AC. $249,000 MLS 753020
POND, (3) PARCELS, SEPTIC
+ 78.8 AC. $1,680,000 MLS 751204
PLANTED PINES, GREAT POTENTIAL
* 167.84 AC. $2,520,000 MLS 753961
NEW LISTING!! GREAT LOCATION!


WEA HAVEARAG VIABL FOM1:CR TS60ACRES!
VAAN LN AAIABEFO STEBIL HMS, MOBILEHOEADSUDIIIOS


D. Deen Lancaster, Lic. Real Estate Broker
Rustie Ames, Lic. Real Estate Associate
Susan Lovelace, Lic. Real Estate Associate
Johnnie Martin, Lic. Real Estate Associate


REALTOR'


03 MLS1


Hometown Realty
of North FLPn.


Natalie Rankin Licensed Real Estate Broker
Office: (352) 463-9001 Toll Free: (888) 463-9001, Fax: (352) 463-9008
1310 North Main Street Bell, Florida 32619 e-mail: HometownRealtyNF@bellsouth.net


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/2 BA M/ FOR SALE BY OWNER: 3 BR/2 BA,
), 4 BR/2 2005 site-built home on 1 acre in Trenton,
eat. $750- $179,000. 352-284-5724.
ity. (352) 4tb,10-5-10-26
352) 317-
1 ACRE BELL AREA: Beautifully
tfnb,9-14 wooded, high & dry. Owner financing, no
down payment, only $307/mo. $29,900.
352-215-1018.


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.5 ACRE NEWBERRY AREA: Beau-
ty limits, tifully wooded lot, just off paved street,
convenient to Gainesville, owner financ-
ltb,10-5 ing, no down payment, only $307/mo.
$29,900.352-215-1018.
pasture, 4tb,9-28-10-19
on paved
4 BR/1.5 BA CB HOUSE: SW Trenton,
-5-11-23 fenced-in yard, close to school, ready to
move into. $134,900 lease-purchase -
Owner/broker, 352-463-7207.
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Jim King Realty, Inc.
Realtor
Main Office (352) 493-2221
315 N. Main Street (US-19), Chiefland, FL 32626
Fanning Springs Branch Office (352) 463-6144 or 542-0009
17871 U.S. Hwy. 19, Fanning Springs, FL 32693
I- Suwannee Branch Office (352) 542-9007
AL H G 23382 SE 349 Hwy., Suwannee, FL 32692
EQUAL HOUSING ce@jimkngealty.com or www.jimkingrealty.com REALTOR
OPPORTUNITY office@jimkingrealty.com orwww.jimkingrealty.com REALTOR


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Nice SWMH on .38 acres in Trenton. This 3/2 home
has great potential for owners, occupants or
investors. Close to schools, shopping, the Suwannee
River, the Gulf of Mexico, and only 45 minutes to
Gainesville. *** SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT
ONLY WITH 24 HOURS NOTICE!! *** $59,900.
(GMH-752987-JW) 463-6144 or 542-0009


REDUCED! Almost new 3/2 DW MH on a 1 ac.
corner lot on paved streets. This home features a
fireplace to keep you warm on the cool nights, eat in
kitchen, 4" well with filter, and 8' X10' storage shed.
This home is being sold furnished or unfurnished
your choice. Close to schools, shopping, the
Suwannee River, the Gulf of Mexico. Seller is
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BYAPPOINTMENT ONLY!**
'i. .- ". 751468-JW) 463-6144 or 542-00

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Great convenient location in Chiefland, This Home .
feature new roof, nice screened porch, utility room, ,. ]'
carn art and shed all on a beautiful loInt $115nn 000


(LR-753828-K) 493-2221


FISHERMANS PARADISE! This 2/1 cypress board
and batten cabin is perfect for your getaway
weekends in Suwannee! With a two stall boathouse,
fish cleaning area, sundeck on top of the boathouse
with canal, marsh and sunset view, just minutes to
the Suwannee River and the Gulf of Mexico. VERY
AFFORDABLY PRICED, this is the one you've
been looking for!! Inside this home you will find
beautiful, rustic, pecky cypress and cherry wood
walls, newly refinished pine floors, completely
,1 -, I .I .. ... "'I I I y IL,, :. our boat and take
in everything the coastal life has to offer! $325,000
(DW-753824-JlI) 542-9007
Call Our Office
For More Listings!


ifers. -* SHOWN
* $86,000. (DMH-
09


This is a spectacular 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom Double
Wide with many upgraded features. The living room
is very open which lends to the spacious feel with a
magnificent fireplace entertainment center and
cathedral ceiling. It has the qualities of a site built
home with 1792 square feet of living space. This 5
acre property is partially cleared with scattered trees
and has an exterior shed. This is a must see home and
ready for your family to move into. $147,500.
(DMR-753376-CS) 493-2221

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247 acre Columbia County Cattle Farm with over
3000 feet on tile Santa Fe River. Set up as a working
cattle farm with a 3 bedroom, 2 bath 1896 square
foot newly renovated home. Excellent hunting and
has its own private boat ramp on the Santa Fe River.
Quiet and secluded but only minutes from Ft. White,
Florida. $4,500,000. (CR-750914) 493-2221


SFD [ RealEstate

C LA S S IF I ES FOR SALE Retail storefront property
CLASSIFIED ADS $4.50 MINIMUM FOR 20 WORDS. 5 CENTS EACH ADDITIONAL WORD. A in downtown Trenton. Three buildings on
Main Street. Call 352-463-7135.


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TRI-COUNTY AREA: 3 BR
H (3 BR/2 BA For Sale Also
BA house. All are clean and ne
$950/month. First, last, secure
486-2154. (352) 463-0456 or(
8750.


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4380 S.W. 40th Street
Bell, Florida 32619


352-463-7502


Smith & Associates,
Inc.
PREE \\1 1 R SEFR\ ICE


PRICED RIGHT for quick sale. Mobile home
Needs some TLC. IRBI/IBA on.11 acre lot.,


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SMALL COUNTRY COITAGE
Will moke you feel righl alt home,
3/1 on .31 acre Iract. Close to Manaiee
Park and wSuwinnee River


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2005 Mobile home on 3 acres in
McCrabb Landing in Old IiTwn.
Call Rebecca Woolin 352-494-8233


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Folford

realty, inc.


3 HIGH LOTS ON SUWANNEE RIVER Over 300 feet of river frontage. Large 3 Bedroom
house with beautiful views of the river. Large deck at river's bank. Completely fenced 2+ acres
of property with a koi pond, nice trees and plants. $425,000.
10 ACRES in North Gilchrist County. Nicely wooded 'i I-i in
\ ERI NICE 3.2 C.B..HOME On 5 part clear part- ...J ,c re ..-. n...h. Gilchrist County.
Home is in great condition and in a good neighborhood. $225,000.
THE RIVER PARADISE- A large lot on the Econfina River 150' of river frontage 2 miles
from the Gulf in navigable waters. Includes a beautiful, large 4 bedroom/3 bath two story
home. Super fishing & hunting area! $575,000. (price reduced!)
BEAUTIFUL WOODED 5 ACRES On county maintained road in north Gilchrist County.
- $68,900.
291.45 ACRES OF PRIME HUNTING LAND With a hunting lodge type house, lodge is
complete with nice porches and a fireplace. Dog pen, rock quarry, fish pond and approximately
150 acres of planted pines: Awesome hunting of deer, wild hogs, turkey, etc. Good improved
roads and trails through out the property. Fronts on a paved road. $1,595,000. Just 8 miles out
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1.0 I IN LEI \COUNTY -Near Williston on SR 121. Only $23,900.
18 ACRES IN SOUTH SUWANNEE COUNTY Partly open and many nice trees. A great
location!! $165,000.
NICE 2/2 HOME IN TOWN OF SUWANNEE -New quality built home on waterway close
to Gulf and Suwannee River.- $450,000.
8 ACRES & HOME ON SUWANNEE RIVER complete with separate bunkhouse, decks,
floating dock, etc. It's located near Rock Bluff. Very private & secluded. You can't find a better
opportunity on the river! $350,000.
For more information and pictures of these and other properties listed
Visit our website at www.wolfordrealty.com


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Priced right, needs some minoor
Repairs, Sellers motivated. Call.
Rebecca Woodin Realtor 352-494-8233


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For some TLC.
3BR/2B1A Mll oni
5 acres. Beauiil l land wi/enced vyad.


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lop of0the linte lllodel. spacious
Moldel, lots o010indolls l tl 1 5 aIcrcs.
Plenty of pastutc lori livestock.


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3BR/2BA on 14- acre.
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but completely remodeled to reflect newer
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on .31 acre.
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.40 Trenton

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Fanning

Trenton

Chiefland

Bell

Bell

Chiefland

Chiefland

Chiefland

Trenton

Bell


Old Town

Bell


5.0 Newberry

5.0 Bell

5.0 Trenton

5.01 Bell

8.18 Chiefland

8.8 High Springs

9.0 Trenton

9.62 Bell

9.63 Bell

9.63 Chiefland


$19,900

$20,000

$19,900

$20,000

$35,000

$24,900

$29,900

$23,000

$23,000

$55,000

$59,000

$46,000

$79,900

$69,900


$75,000

$69,900

$129,900

$69,900

$98,500

$65,000

$129,900

$132,000

$250,000

$129,900

$149,900

$209,000


10 Chiefland

10 Trenton

10 Bell

10 Bell

10 Trenton

10 Trenton

10 Bell

10 Chiefland

11.36 Bell

11.59 Bell

12.78 Cedar Key

14.84 Bell

14.85 High Springs


$139,900

$100,000

$100,000

$139,900

$129,900

$65,000

$125,000

$129,900

$159,900

$129,900

$1,500,000

$222,600

$222,750


20 Bell $199,900

24 Bell $366,000


25 Trenton

31.33 Chiefland

33.5 Trenton

35.4 Bell

53.09 Bell

61.59 Trenton

64 Chiefland

80 Bell

100 Trenton

120 Bell


$300,000

$313,300

$502,500

$442,500

$424,454

$1,450,000

$608,000

$800,000

$1,079,000

$1,200,000


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Forent 718 NE 7th Place #905
Trenton, FL 32693


Now Accepting Applications

1, 2, & 3 BR HC & Non-HC apartments.
Rental assistance may be available.

352-463-7106, TDD/TTY 711
Equal Housing Opportunity.


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FOR SALE BY OWNER: Waterfront, 5 ACRES WOODED: With oaks, un-
D/W, Homes of Merit, 3 BR/2 BA, 2 improved, dry, north Gilchrist County,
porches, completely remodeled, possible Bell, cash buyer, retirement, no brokers
owner financing, at Sun Springs. 386- please. (386) 986-0388.
497-4520. 8tb,8-24-10-12
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$57,000. 463-8317 or 339-4118.


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www.lesliesapp.com
7239 S.W. 80th Avenue Trenton, Florida 32693
CRC- 058431


386-935-0243


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North Gilchrist Fire
Station Has New Brush
Truck In Service
The Gilchrist County Commission
was pleased on Monday to see the
new brush truck that was purchased
with receipts from a grant through
the State of Florida. Gilchrist County
Public Safety Director Rob Willis in-
troduced Station #2 Chief Bud Riffle
to give the five-member board the de-
tails of the new brush truck.
North Gilchrist Station #2 Chief
Riffle reported to the County Com-
mission that the new brush truck for
Station #2 was finished and it is a
very nice unit. Chief Riffle explained
Milton Weeks, a resident of Gilchrist
County with a vast number of years
in experience in diesel mechanics,
has been very busy in the assembling
of the fire service attachments to
make this new 450 Ford complete
brush truck.
Gilchrist County was awarded a
grant for $72,000 for this new unit.
Through the efforts of Chief Riffle
and several others in the Gilchrist
County Fire Service Department, the


North Gilchrist Fire Chief Bud Riffle, left, Commissioner Randy Durden, Commissioner Sharon Lang-
ford, Commissioner Tommy Langford, Commissioner Kenrick Thomas, Commissioner Mitchell Gentry
and Milton Weeks are shown as the new brush truck was displayed to the commission on Monday.
truck was completed for $69,800. mission that he had contacted the money could be used to finish outfit-
Chief Riffle explained to the Com- grant agency to ask if the remaining ting the new truck. He added the state


agency explained that the remaining
$2.200 could be used by the depart-
ment to purchase new equipment that
would be used on this truck. Chief
Riffle explained the I ,-'. I would be
used to purchase new fire hoses and
other needed equipment. Ron Mc-
Queen, Gilchrist County Administra-
tor, explained to the board that if the
county had gone out and purchased
a truck with the same type of equip-
ment, the price would have been
$25,000 higher than what they had
budgeted.

Gilchrist County
Animal Services
Promotes Adopt-A-
Shelter-Dog Month
(Continued from Page One)
ity to care for the animal. Mike and
Lynn are here to enforce the County
and State laws in regards to animal
control and to keep the animal's in-
terests first.
At the current shelter they have
15 kennels to house dogs and 4 ken-
nels for cats. They use the space


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lc have to maximize the number
of animals they can hold, this gives
owners a chance to find them or
adoption options to arise. And as
many of you have already read, our
County Commissioners did allocate
funds to purchase 3 acres of land
for the new animal control site to be
next to the Emergency Operations
Center location that will be built in
North Gilchrist County. The proper-
ty owner, Peewee Thomas. was also
kind enough to donate an additional
2 acres of land to the site. This is a
much needed change as the site now
does not have enough room for the
demand our area has encountered and
also has no room for horses and oth-
er livestock that does come through
their doors.
Animals found within city limits
have a 3 day hold period for owners/
adopters to come forward and claim
the animal and the animals found in
our county but outside the city will
be held for 10 days; after this time-
frame the animal is humanely eu-
thanized. The animals also cannot
be adopted out before the holding
period but if a party is interested in
adopting them -le can do so after
the holding period is up, this gives
possible owners a chance to locate
their pet. I must say Lynn and Mike
are doing a very good job of doing
what they can to get these animals
into good, caring homes. They are
in the process of finishing their web-
site www.gilchristanimals.us. Mike
explained that, "We are trying to get
it very interactive so that eventually
if you lose a dog you can go in and
say I lost a dog, we'll check it and
put the information up there and then
if someone finds a dog they can go
to the county website and say WOW
look somebody lost this dog." One
of the largest problems in our county
is that if someone loses a dog or finds
a dog they wonder "What do I do?"
They also have a website at www.gil-
christgas.petfinder.com which has in-
formation on the pets available, their
wish list, and directions to the shelter
and how to contact them to arrange to
meet an adoptable animal. Dogs can
be adopted for $48 for males, $63 for
females and cats are $33 for males
and $48'for females. All animals are
spayed/neutered and have a rabies
vaccine. Mike and Lynn also net-
work with area rescuers which help
place animals across the US.
One common problem here as
everywhere are dog bites. They
do need to be reported through the
Health Department and not Animal
Services, all dogs are supposed to
not only have proof of their yearly
rabies vaccinations, but they are sup-
posed to have their tag on their col-
lar. Failure to have your pet properly
vaccinated will result in a $150 fine.
You can have your dog vaccinated
for as little as $5.00 through Dr. Jen-
nifer McH-ale, she is available once
a month at Gilchrist Building Sup-
ply for low cost pet vaccinations; she
will be there again November 18th,
and December1l6th. Keep in mind
this simple vaccine can mean life for
not only your pet but for your family
as well.
Rabies is a problem in all areas of
the US, however, because of this be-
ing such a rural community it makes
contact with carriers much more pos-
sible So PLEASE make sure your
pet has at least their rabies vaccine!
Please take some time this Octo-
ber to call the Gilchrist County Ani-
mal Control Services team at (352)
463-3158 and make arrangements
to visit the animals they have avail-
able for adoption. You may get their
answering machine but please leave
them your name and phone number
and they will get back to you they
promise. You will find all sizes and
coloring but all are very loving. Lynn
and Mike can also help you choose
an animal that will best fit your fam-
ily; some breeds have more energy or
require more care. Please come and
visit these beautiful animals and fall
in love with a new friend!


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