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Title: Gilchrist County journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gilchrist County journal
Publisher: Thetis F. Fisher
Place of Publication: Trenton Fla
Publication Date: June 19, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Trenton (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gilchrist County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gilchrist -- Trenton
Coordinates: 29.615 x -82.817778 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1933.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 3 (Feb. 1, 1934).
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Volume ID: VID00180
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Serving Gilchrist County and Surrounding Area for over 78 Years
207 North Main Street, Trenton, Florida 32693 '
Phone (352) 463-7135 Fax (352) 463-7393 Trenton, Florida 32693 Thursday, June 19, 2008 $22.00A Year In Tri-County Area (Gilchrist,
Vol. 78 No. 9 Phon ( aTrenton Florida 32693 Thursday, June 19 2008 Price500 Dixie & Levy Counties), $28.00 OtherAreas
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By Jonn ivi. Ayers
An afternoon hailstorm impacted
several local farmers in north Levy
and southwest Gilchrist counties last
week. High wind, heavy rain and
marble-size hail blew through the
area near the Levy County Quilt Mu-
seum on Tuesday.
Local information identified what
had already been deemed a dismal
season for some local farmers in-
volving their melon harvests grew
steadily Worse after weather deliv-
ered more problems.


sUome niciUs were coI Umpieteiy amu-
aged in several reported areas.
On Tuesday morning, the vines
were lush and green covering the
high, heavy yield of fruit that was
near ripe for harvest. Following the
storm the vines were left shredded to
the ground and the smallest of fruit
was left unprotected from the sun.
The storm also blew down pow-
er lines in the area as well as trees,
which left roads littered with debris
Tuesday evening.
The farmers that were hardest hit


vage some of the fruit to harvest be-
fore it was burnt by the hot June sun-
shine. The harvesting groups were in
the fields late Tuesday picking and
loading all the melons they could.
The demand for melons, which
was weak following the Memorial
Day holiday, had improved slightly
and the price had increased some.
The recent improvements had bright-
ened the local farmers outlook before
Tuesday's weather dealt them anoth-
er setback.


$810,000 bond dropped, former


county paramedic released from
By Carrie A. Mizell tions and on ambulances
A former Gilchrist County para- for use on patients in n
medic who is facing 81 felony counts relieving drugs.
of tampering with narcotics and The case began on
was being held in the county jail on Gilchrist County Emerge
$810,000 bond has been released on es paramedic James Ca
his own recognizance. restocking supplies in an
Matthew J. Davis, 25, of Old Town and noticed there were p
was released on an order from Judge- the tamper-proof seal o
Martha Lott on June 5 after the cir- W Morphine vials.
cuit court judge expressed her desire According to Captain
for Davis to seek drug treatment at a of the Gilchrist County
rehabilitation facility. However, Da- fice, the investigation r
vis lost his health insurance coverage t saline was injected into
when his employment as a paramedic replace the Morphine t
with the Gilchrist County Emergency moved. The motive fo
Medical Services was terminated on Matthew J. Davis with the Morphine was
the day of his arrest due to willful Sheriff's Office on May 22 following personal use, not resale, i
misconduct, explained County Ad- a detailed investigation into allega- An internal investigate
ministrator Ron McQueen. Lack of tions-that 81 vials of Morphine stored ed by Gilchrist County P
insurance is reportedly making it im- inside an ambulance had been tam- Diretor Carlos Perez is c
possible for Davis' family to afford pered with. .investigation will reveal
treatment. At the time of his arrest, Sheriff tients were unknowingly
The paramedic, who was hired by David Turner said that the Morphine, rather than Morphine by
Gilchrist County in August 2002, which is kept under lock and key in- At press time, no future
was arrested at the Gilchrist County side the, Gilchrist Countv EMS sta- had been set for Davis.


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Crawford wins State Star Farmer


Trenton Sr. FFA member Brett
Crawford's face lit up last Thursday
as he was named 2008 Florida FFA
State Star Farmer.
The 18-year-old son of Doug and
Michelle Crawford of Trenton, Brett
is a 2008 graduate of Trenton Middle
High School.
At the age of 10, Brett was already
dividing his time between the hay
field, peanut patch, and grass fields,
doing whatever his grandfather would
let him. Since those days Brett's re-
sponsibilities have increased from his
grandfather, Brett purchased 52 acres
to begin his own hay operation.
In 2004, Brett began custom har-
vesting grass seed, where he owns 50
percent of the operation and 100 per-
cent of the equipment. The first year
of his operation, he harvested 160
acres of grass seed and now is har-
vesting more than 250 acres. Brett,
not content with the status quo, has
spent the last two years attending
producer workshops offered by the
University of Florida and the local
IFAS extension office. He works with
the Suwannee River Water Manage-
ment District in an effort to conserve
and protect what nature has provided
as well as lower production costs.
. Brett plans to continue expanding


Brett Crawford shows off the trophies he was awarded after being
named State Star Farmer at the 80th Florida FFA State Convention
last week. Brett is shown with from left, his employer Tommy Jones of
Top Quality Hay and his grandfather Francis Walker.


his small beef cow operation while
attending Lake City Community Col-
lege and then the University of Flori-
da to obtain a degree in agriculture.
Other finalists in the State Star


Farmer area were Blake Hendrick.
of the Lafayette FFA Chapter, Josh-
ua Rivers of the Baker County FFA
Chapter and Ethan Solger of the Chi-
pley FFA Chapter.


County will enforce


sign ordinance on


public rights of way


By John M. Ayers
The Gilchrist County Commission
discussed the enforcement of Ordi-
nance 9.03.02 involving the place-
ment of signs on the public right of
way during their meeting on June
16.
County Attorney John McPherson
told the board that the advertisement
of the Notice of Enforcement of Sign
Regulations, relating to the place-
ment of signs on public right of way,
would be published a second time in
the Gilchrist County Journal on June
19, and at that time the ordinance
would be enforced by the Gilchrist
County Code Enforcement Depart-
ment and the Transportation Depart-


ment.
Gilchrist County is again begin-
ning to see an excessive number of
yard signs being placed on the public
rights of way throughout the county.
The county is requesting the owners
of these signs to remove them from
the right of way or the county will re-
move them.
The Board of County Commis-
sioners is concerned that these signs
could be a hazard for traffic when ve-
lbicles approach an intersection.
Gilchrist County is requesting the
owners place the signs back off of
the right of way so they will not be a
hazard or be in the way of the county
trying to maintain the rights of way.


This was a beautiful field of watermelons Tuesday morning before a hailstorm blew in and shredded the
vines and left many of the melons damaged.


Elevated sulfide levels detected


in Trenton's well water


By Carrie A. Mizell
The City of Trenton's water qual-
ity is being called into question after
consulting engineers recently detect-
ed elevated sulfide levels in the water
that do not fall within the federal and
state parameters for drinking water.
According to Jason Shepler, of
Mittauer & Associates Inc. Consult-
ing Engineers,
initial samplings performed on
March 25 at the city's existing two
wells located adjacent to the Water
and Sewer Department revealed the
sulfide level to be .50 mg/1l. A re-sam-
pling performed on May 9 indicated
that total sulfide levels at 1.0 mg/l.
Both readings revealed the sulfide
level in the city's water to be above
the federal and state standard of 0.30
mg/1.
The high sulfide levels detected
in the water may delay the City of
Trenton's Community Development
Block Grant (CDBG) applications
for a project that includes restoring a
well with generator, chlorination fa-
cilities and contact tank at the city's
park site based on the current treat-
ment process being used by the city.
Currently the city feeds chlorine just
downstream of the existing wells
and may provide pH adjustment as
needed.
"It was Mittauer & Associates'
understanding that the City's exist-
ing water quality was within federal
and state parameters for drinking
water and did not require additional
treatment beyond what was currently
being provided," Shepler stated in a
letter to City Manager Jered Ottenw-
ess dated May 22, 2008. "The May
9, 2008 elevated total sulfide levels
may have been the result of insuffi-
cient flushing of the sampling line.
However, if the sampling which is
now underway results in total sulfide
levels at or above 0.30 mg/l, then we
will need to reevaluate the project's


approach, as well as, the work which
has been completed to date."
According to Ottenwess, the city's
two wells are currently being re-test-
ed and may be re-tested again follow-
ing results from the most recent test
so the city can be sure that no sam-
pling error occurred.
In the letter Shepler sent Ottenwess
he also pointed out that in addition to
the total sulfide levels, the most re-
cent iron concentration is also near-
ing the limit where additional treat-
ment would be required.
"We will re-evaluate this parame-
ter along with the other water quality
items upon receipt of the sampling
results," Shepler stated. "If these lev-
els persist, then the city may have to
enter into discussions with the Flor-
ida Department of Environmental
Protection (FDEP) to determine po-
tential remedies for the current water


treatment system." ,
According to Shepler, a possible
scenario may include additional treat-
ment at the existing wells, which may
include conventional or forced draft
aeration and filtration depending on
iron levels. The water treatment sys-
tem would also require additional
pumps, control mechanisms, and an
area to build the components.
As a result of the water quality test-
ing and potential. project modifica-
tions, Mittauer & Associates has dis-
continued final design of the current
CDBG project, which was 90 percent
complete. Ottenwess said he feels
certain that the City of Trenton's wa-
ter well project will miss the Depart-
ment of Community Affairs CDBG
cycle, which runs July to August. The
project will therefore be pushed back
to 2009-2010 if the water quality is-
sues are not resolved by mid-June.


Gilchrist County Memorial Courtyard

receives pledge of $75,000 from the city


By Cindy Jo Ayers
The Trenton City Commissioners
agreed to pay half the cost of the
proposed Gilchrist County Memorial
Courtyard during their Monday eve-
ning meeting.
The commissioners pledged to
sign a reworded interlocal agree-
ment which states that the City will
pay half the cost of the project up to
$75,000.
The county has opened bids for the
project and the work is to be done by
Wilkerson Construction at a cost of
$149,047.95.
The City Commissioners plan
for the City's portion of the project
to be funded by CRA (Community.
Redevelopment Agency) funds. The
city also agreed to provide a water
connection and water for the irriga-
tion of the grounds of the Memorial
Courtyard. The county plans to pro-
vide the electricity for the lighting of
the flag, walkways and monuments.
Gilclhrist County and the City of
Trenton are teaming up to build a
brick-paved Memorial, Courtyard
which will display a total of six large


monuments and eight smaller monu-
ments.
The courtyard will be located di-
rectly across from the Gilchrist Coun-
ty Courthouse and will become a part
of the county's courthouse grounds..
The proposed memorial courtyard
will be professionally landscaped
and lighted. It will also include brick
walkways with the American flag fea-
tured in the center of the courtyard.
The Memorial Courtyard will fea-
ture monuments dedicated to the mil-
itary displayed in prominent places
of honor.
Engraved bricks will be laid along
the edges of the walkways to honor
individuals who served in the mili-
tary or individuals whose family or
friends would like to remember and
honor them.
The engraved bricks will list the
name of the individual honored and
the date and or branch of service in
which they served or any three lines
of appropriate wording to honor an
individual. These engraved bricks
will sell for $50.00 per brick and the
funds will go toward the lighting and


landscaping of the Memorial Court-
yard.
If all goes according to current
plans Gilchrist County and the City
of Trenton hope to dedicate the Me-
morial Courtyard on Veterans Day,
November 11 2008.


Trenton Depot
Saturday
June 21st
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Southern Tire SVL softball team

finishes the season with 10-2 record
Pictured left to right, first row: Lindsey Boland, Emma Kate Redd. Second row: Taylor Langford, KayLee
Crawford, Danylle Langford, Malorie Whitley, Haley Leggett, Savannah Loveday, Kendell Loveday, Ash-
ley Wilson, Kourtney Dunnam. Back row: Doug Crawford, Rickey Whitley.


Architect and County disagree over

air conditioning equipment at EOC


By John M. Ayers
The Gilchrist County Commission
discussed the pay request involv-
ing the Rickman Partnership archi-
tect group and the air conditioning
equipment that is needed for the new
Emergency Operations Center north
of Bell.
Gilchrist County Administrator
Ron McQueen told the board dur-
ing their Monday, June 16 meeting
that the architect group is requiring
the county to have a mixed air unit
installed in their air conditioning
equipment in order for the system to


operate properly.
Akins Heating and Air Condition-
ing, the company that received the
bid to install the air conditioning
equipment told the county the expen-
sive mixed air unit equipment is not
needed in this system.
McQueen told the commissioners
that Rickman Partnership explained
that the system is designed to work
best and reduce the humidity in the
air when the air is heated before it is
chilled.
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an air exchange unit and not a mixed
air unit. The mixed air unit the archi-
tect identified would cost Gilchrist
County an additional $30,000 that
was not in the original bid.
McQueen and the five commis-
sioners discussed this issue in detail
to determine if the system was going
to operate properly when finished.
McQueen explained that the reason
Gilchrist County decided to go with
a local installer was because they
wanted someone locally that could
service the system when the time
came for repairs.
Gilchrist County Clerk Joe Gilliam
asked the board when the installation
is completed would the county be
able to get a certificate of occupancy
to move into the new Emergency Op-
erations Center. The board feels con-
fident that with an engineer approval
concerning the installation of the air
conditioning equipment the county
will be able to receive a certificate of
occupancy.
McQueen and other Gilchrist
County representatives held a meet-
ing with the architect group last week
involving what would be done about
the final installation of the air con-
ditioning equipment. McQueen re-
ported that the county is waiting,'o-
receive a letter from-the architect's,
attorney concerning the remaining
issues about the air conditioning
equipment. The Rickman Partnership
has requested the county provide
them with a payment for their work
involving the EOC. The board deter-
mined that until the architect gives
the county a satisfaction involving
the air conditioning equipment, the
county would not provide them with
any type of payment.
Ron Mills, Gilchrist County Emer-
gency Management Chief, gave the
Commission an update on the prog-
ress of the construction of the Emer-
gency Operations Center during the
Monday meeting. He explained the
drywall installation was being com-
pleted as well as the doors and the tile
also being installed over the next few
days. He added that the moving pro-
cess to the new offices is expected to
begin by the end of June.


By Carrie A. Mizell
Gilchrist County students are per-
forming above the state average in
reading, mathematics and science,
according to the 2008 Florida Com-
prehensive Assessment Test (FCAT)
results released last week.
Dr. Jim Surrency, assistant school
superintendent, said this week that he
is pleased with the scores overall, but
obviously there is room for improve-
ment.
"Compared with other districts
throughout the state our district is
ranked pretty high," Surrency said.
Statewide, 60 percent of students
in grades 3 through 10 are reading at
of above grade level compared to 58
percent in 2007. Sixty-six percent of
Florida students are demonstrating
mathematics skills at or above grade
level compared to 63 percent last
year. In Gilchrist County, 82 percent
of fourth grade students at Trenton El-
ementary School scored at or above a
Level 3 on the reading portion of the
* FCAT and 81 percent of those TES
students scored at or above a Level
3 on the math' section of the FCAT.
At Bell Elementary School, 82 per-
cent of fourth grade students scored
at or above a Level 3 on the reading
portion of the FCAT and 82 percent
of those BES students scored at or
above a Level 3 on the math portion
of the FCAT.
Of the 188 fifth grade students at
Trenton Middle School tested, 73 per-
cent of students scored at or above a
Level 3 on the reading portion of the
FCAT and 62 percent of those TMS
students scored at or above a Level
3 on the math section of the FCAT.
Fifth grade students were also tested
on their science skills. At TMS, 54
percent of students scored at or above
a Level 3 on the science portion of the
FCAT, while 48 percent of Bell fifth
graders scored at or above a Level 3
on the science portion of the FCAT.
Seventy-three percent of Bell fifth
grade students scored at or above a
Level 3 on the reading portion of the
FCAT. On the math section of the
FCAT, 68 percent of Bell fifth grade
students scored at or above a Level 3,
explained Wendy O'Steen, director
of elementary education.
According to Janet Bradley, di-
rector of secondary education and
reading, 72 percent of sixth grade
students at Trenton Middle School
scored at or above a Level 3 on the
reading portion of the FCAT and 75
percent of sixth grade students at Bell
scored at or above a Level 3 on the


reading portion of the FCAT. Sixty-
six percent of sixth grade students at
Trenton scored at or above a Level 3
on the math portion of the FCAT and
63 percent of sixth grade students at
Bell scored at or above a Level 3 on
the math portion of the FCAT.
At Trenton Middle School, 69 per-
cent of seventh grade students scored
at or above a Level 3 on the reading
portion of the FCAT and 68 percent
of Bell seventh grade students scored
at or above a Level 3 on the reading
portion of the FCAT. Seventy-four
percent of TMS seventh grade stu-
dents scored at or above a Level 3 on
the math portion of the FCAT, while
68 percent of Bell seventh grade stu-
dents scored at or above a Level 3.
Sixty-three percent of eighth grade
students at Trenton Middle School
scored at or above a Level 3 on the
reading portion of the FCAT, while
61 percent of eighth grade students
at Bell scored at or above a Level 3
on the reading portion of the FCAT.
Seventy-five percent of eighth grade
students at TMS scored at or above
a Level 3 on the math section of the
FCAT whereas 78 percent of Bell stu-
dents scored at or above a Level 3 on
the math section of the FCAT.
At Trenton High School, 63 per-
cent of ninth grade students scored
at or above a Level 3 on the reading
portion of the FCAT, while 54 percent


of ninth grade students at Bell scored
at or above a Level 3 on the reading
portion of the FCAT. Of the ninth
grade students tested, 80 percent of
students at Trenton scored at or above
a Level 3 on the math portion of the
FCAT and 79 percent of students at
Bell scored at or above a Level 3 on
the math portion of the FCAT.
Fifty percent of 10th grade stu-
dents at Trenton High scored at or
above a Level 3 on the reading por-
tion of the FCAT while 55 percent
of 10th grade students at Bell High
scored at or above a Level 3 on the
reading portion of the FCAT. Tenth
grade students throughout the county
scored better on the math section of
the FCAT. At Trenton, 83 percent
of tenth grade students scored at or
above a Level 3 while 79 percent of.
tenth grade students at Bell scored at
or above a Level 3.
Countywide scores improved on
the science section of the FCAT in,
2008, Bradley explained. At Trenton,
65 percent of eighth grade students,
scored at or above a Level 3, while
60 percent of eighth grade students
at Bell scored at or above a Level 3.,
In llth grade, 65 percent of Trenton
students scored at or above a Level 3'
on the science portion of the FCAT,,
while 50 percent of Bell 11th grade,
students scored at or above a Level 3'
in science.


From the shelves of the


Bell Library
Surprise, surprise! In last week's
Bookworm- column I announced
that Bell Library would be closed
on Monday of each week but some
caring person signed up to work each
Monday. I thank her so very much.
I am sure our clientele appreciates
you. I certainly do.
I did not preview children's books
this week, instead I will recommend
the authors of two adult books I"
enjoyed. The first one of these is Jan
Karon. She writes about her life in a
little town in the mountains of North
Carolina. Since I am a native of that
area, I readily recognize the town as
Blowing Rock. She has written about
a dozen books introducing the natives
of this neighborhood who you will
enjoy getting to know. She has also
begun some children's books which
are as delightful as the adult ones.
The book of hers that I read this week
was "Light From Heaven."


The other authors are Jack Canfield
and Mark Victor Hansen, who write.
the "Chicken Soup" books. These are
composed of short stories supplied by',
different people on a specific subject
usually based on their experiences.,
If you are reading one that doesn't
interest, just go to the next story
and hopefully it will appeal to you..
Their book I have read this week is
"Chicken Soup for the Soul."
Hope to see you at Bell Library
soon.
The Bookworm


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By Carrie A. Mizell


Last week I learned a $300 lesson
.. being good does not always pay
off. I had the option of meeting my
best friend Annie in Gainesville for
lunch and light shopping on Thurs-
day or stay home and do laundry
while packing boxes for our upcom-
ing move.
In the interest of saving gas and
making my husband happy I opted to
be responsible and stay home. Well
let me just tell you that my good in-
tentions are often wasted when God
likes to show me his sense of humor.
I had seven boxes packed and just
one more load of laundry when I ran
over to Adam's grandparents house
just before 3 p.m. to move the clothes
around. We don't have a washer and
dryer in our apartment and Adam
would just die before we went to a
public laundromat. The thought of all
those stranger germs creeps him out
and propels me to haul all our dirty
laundry across town.
I was just about to turn into the
DG when I hit a huge pothole on
the side of the road that sent my car
bouncing up and down with a great
crash. When my ears stopped ring-
ing I thought boy that was rugged,
but kept on riding. It wasn't until my
tire pressure light chimed on the dash
that I suspected something was truly
wrong with my car.
Pulling over to the side of A1A I
called Adam when I saw that I had a
flat tire (since daddy realized early on
that it would be futile to teach me to
change my own tire). Of course I told
him the warning just came up and
when I looked the tire was flat. He
was working in the woods at the time
so he told me to drive the car very
slowly up to the tire store with my
caution lights on and he'd be there
as quick as he could. Following his
command, I ever so slowly made my
approach down A1A and up to the
tire place on the comer. I nearly got


run over getting there because people
fly down A1A like it's the one road
into Walt Disney World rather than a
four lane route to and from the paper
mill.
After 1 explained to the nice man at
the tire store that I had just incurred
a flat tire out on the road he pulled
my car around back, lifted it up on
the rack and took my tire off. As he
came inside laughing I peaked my
head over the magazine I was read-
ing in the air conditioned office only
to hear him say with a smile, "You
hit something didn't you?" Of course
I responded with a startled look and
asked how he could tell. He asked me
to follow him out into the garage so
he could show me the massive dent in
my rim. He had not exaggerated. Let
me tell you it was huge!
In. my best innocent girl voice I
said, "One little pothole did all that?!"
Ya'll know he started laughing and
asked me when my husband would
be there. I told him that Adam was on
his way right then and asked if there
was any chance we could tell Adam
when. he got there that the dented
rim was a result of me driving on a
flat tire for a good 100 yards down
the highway. Wouldn't you know he
said, "Not unless your husband's an
idiot!" So that fixed my wagon.
I had a few minutes to think about
how my near perfect driving record
of almost three years was suddenly
ruined before Adam pulled up. I had
my most sorrowful face on when I
met him at the truck with my piti-
ful tale of the sorry roads in Nassau
County and that one enormous pot-
hole.
All in all he took it rather well. We
rushed into Jacksonville so I could
buy a new rim for my car before the
tire place in Callahan closed for the
day. Three hours and $318.26 later
I had learned my lesson ... just go
eat lunch and shop with the girls it's
cheaper!


Letter to the Editor

Let's keep the best of ua Counties showing the flow of wa-
ter from south to north that recharges
Gilchrist the springs. Another chart showed
o kp te bt of let's the differing amounts of rock and soil
To keep the best of Gilchrist let's that help to filter the water entering
think carefully about the consequenc- the aquifer. The most sensitive areas
es of our choices. have the thinnest amounts of cover.
What do we want to create? Will Mr Brown made the point that it is
the changes we make protect and very important to know what is going
preserve Gilchrist's most valuable re- v underground in order to determine
source WATER: the aqufer,springs, the development that should occur
the recharge area and the rivers. above ground.
At the Jne 2 County Commis- At that meeting, Stiles Corpora-
sioners meeting our planner Taylor tion of Ft. Lauderdale presented
Brown, as part of his presentation, their proposal to build a huge, pricey,
had us view a large water map of golf and airstrip subdivision. It coy-
eastern Gilchrist and western Alach- rs 814 acres (654 in Gilchrist, 160





Date High Low High Low High
Thu 1.397 ft. 3.109 ft. 0.777 ft. 2.498 ft.
Jun 12, 08 3:41 AM 9:45 AM 5:01 PM 11:07 PM
Fnri 1.621 ft. 3.255 ft. 0.458 ft.
Jun 13, 08 4:35 AM 10:29 AM 6:02 PM_
Sat 2.563 ft 1.761 ft. 3.392 ft. 0.186 ft.
Jun 14, 08 12:18 AM 5:29 AM 11:13 AM 6:53 PM
Sun 2.655 ft. 1.828 ft. 3.509 ft. -0.011 ft.
Jun 15, 08 1:15 AM 6:19 AM 11:54 AM 7:37 PM
Mon 2.731 ft. 1.846 ft. 3.602 ft. -0.130 ft.
Jun 16, 08 2:02 AM 7:04 AM 12:34 PM 8:17 PM
Tue 2.776 ft. 1.837 ft. 3.671 ft. -0.185 ft.
Jun 17, 08 2:44 AM 7:45 AM 1:13 PM 8:54 PM
Wed 2.797ft. 1.815ft. 3.715 ft. -0.196ft.
Jun 18, 08 3:21 AM 8:25 AM 1:50 PM 9:29 PM
Apogee: 6/16 2:00 PM Full Moon: 6/18 1:32 PM


Name: Ann Ozment
Lives: On the first road in Gilchrist
County coming from Alachua
County.
Family: Husband of 48 years,
James; five children; nine grand-
children; five great-grandchildren
and one on the way.
Works: As a sales associate at the
Trenton Post Office for the last 15
years, before that I worked at the
Newberry Post Office.
Pros of your job: The customers
standing here talking face to face;
that's why I don't work in the back
... the paycheck counts a little bit
too!
Cons of your job: When you get
used to something the wonderful
government decides to change it.
In your free time: I play with the
children, go fishing if I ever get the
chance and every once in a while I
get to go scalloping.
Summer plans: Go to a wedding in
Rome, Georgia and go to Alabama
to do a little fishing.
Favorite food: Catfish and shrimp
Favorite book or movie: I read


in Alachua). They want this to be a
high-density-clustered, multi-use
community that can include a variety
of buildings, stores, recreation center.
They want approximately one unit
per acre.
Our current Comprehensive Land
Use Plan allows one unit per five
acres. In order to do this they have
to make major changes in our Comp
Plan.
The Planning Board voted to deny
sending the generic (general plan)
to the Dept. of Community Affairs
in Tallahassee for evaluation. It is
my understanding that if this plan is
passed by our County Commission it
can be applied to future high density
subdivisions. The Planning Board
also voted to deny Stiles' specific
plan for Oak Tree Landing.
The County Commissioners did
not follow the Planning Board's rec-
ommendation (3:1); thank you Sha-
ron Langford for following their rec-
ommendation to deny.
My main reasons for not wanting
OTL are noise pollution from planes
and too many units oan extremely
sensitive recharge area.
Sincerely,
Catherine B. Gramatzki
Trenton


Don't move the
monuments!
I just learned that the County Com-
missioners have accepted bids to
move the monuments on the south
side of the courthouse. I strongly
oppose this decision for many rea-
sons. Monuments are not placed to
be moved, and they were placed just
nine years ago. Since that time, the
courthouse has undergone at least two
huge expansions, almost continual
renovation, and will soon threaten to
replace what little grass that remains
with just more institutional office
space. How much is going to be
enough? Such expansion is not jus-
tified by the population increase (we
are well under 20,000) nor a decrease
in office space owned by the county.
On the contrary, a number of county
government complexes have sprung
up all over the county, and it would
be interesting to know just how much
square footage of office space and
land the county already owns. I am
certain there is more than enough for
every bureaucrat and then some.
I am extremely pleased with the
cover of the Gilchrist Guide that fea-


Works Of The Flesh: And The Like
(Kent Heaton)


The conclusion to the list of the works of the flesh is
just as important as the beginning. It would be impossible
to list every sin committed by man. Nor was the intention
of the Lord to attempt such. The highlight of sins listed in
Galatians 5 is to understand the nature of Jehovah's view
toward the evil passions of the fallen spirit of man. This
'list is not complete as a list and so the final statement of
truth concerning those things that men engage in that
damn the soul is summed up in the words, "and such
like"; "and things like that"; "and things like these."
Our modem term is "et cetera."
When. the Lord looked upon man in Genesis 6:5 He
"saw that the wickedness of man was great on the earth,
and that every intent of the thoughts of his heart was
only evil continually." Man can create evil in many ways.
The nature of man was so corrupt in the days of Noah all
humanity was destroyed save eight souls (Genesis 7:23; 1
Peter 3:20). Eliphaz observed man "drinks iniquity like
water" (Job 15:16). The Preacher of Ecclesiastes declares
while God has made man upright, they have sought out
many schemes to pursue evil (Ecclesiastes 7:29).
There are many "et cetera" sins that men commit.
Critics will argue that such and such a sin is not listed in
the Bible so it must not be condemned. While men
change societal views through the centuries the nature of
sin remains the same. The intent of the thought of man is
to enjoy the pleasure of his own lusts. He creates all kinds
of evil to follow. All of this is rebellion to the


The conclusion of Paul to the works of the flesh
reminds us that while not listed in Galatians 5, the works
of the flesh find themselves in "All that proceeds from
the evil passions of a fallen spirit, besides those above
specified; and all that the law of God specifies and
condemns" (Adam Clarke). For children of God it is not a
matter of how close to sin we can go; but how far we can
stay away from anything that resembles the character of
evil. "Abstain from every form of evil" (1 Thessalonians
5:22). Abstain from everything and anything that even
looks like evil.
What set Job apart from others? He was "blameless,'
upright, fearing God and turning away from evil" (Job
1:1). In every part of his life he sought to refrain from evil
and anything that looked like evil. He knew the danger of
the "et cetera sins of his day. "The fear of the Lord is to
hate evil; pride and arrogance and the evil way and the
perverted mouth, I hate" (Proverbs 8:13).
We like to make fools of ourselves in convincing our
hearts that this 'sin' is not so bad and what harm can there
be in just a little bit of whatever we want to do. Rat poison
is 98% corn meal and 2% death. Those who are guilty of
'such like sins' will not "inherit the kingdom of God"
(Galatians 5:21). Hell will be full of those who never
committed murder or adultery but wallowed in 'such like
sins.' "'Therefore, come out from their midst and be
separate,' says the Lord. 'and do not touch what is
unclean; and I will welcome you'" (2 Corinthians 6:17).


righteousness of God and the clearly revealed word of The works of the flesh are evident (Galatians 5:19). Can
truth. you see them?

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a lot of western books and I like
family type films.
Something not many people
know about you: If they begin to
agitate .me a little bit I tell them
they better look out because I'm
from Chattahoochee and I may be
going postal. I tell them every once
in a while that I need to go back
to Chattahoochee, where I'm from,
and get my paperwork checked.


tures the monuments and the Court-
house. The view is certainly one of
the most aesthetic and greatly ap-
preciated by the nearly 1200 veter-
ans whose service is recognized and
their names engraved on granite for
all to see. It is a great source of pride
to many in oiur community and our
family in particular as we have been
intimately involved in the erection of
all four. The monuments greatly en-
hance the stately nature of the Court-
house's unusual facade with its three
arches and four clover columns. I
would hate to see such a lovely scene
and expression of patriotism altered
for the sake of more office space of
questionable priority.
If the Commission is seeking pri-
orities, let me suggest a few issues
I wish they would pursue that are
far more important than stroking a
bureaucrat's ego who may feel less
prestigious because their offices are
not at the Courthouse proper. My
neighborhood has been plagued with
break-ins and property crimes. The
three closest neighbors to us at Log
Landing in the northwest portion
of the county have had items stolen
from their property on multiple oc-
casions in the last six months. The
deputy investigating the most recent
told of a spate of break-ins in this
area. I would urge the Commission
increase funding for patrols to reduce
crime. It is bad enough that we have
more than a half dozen sex offenders
living within five miles of us. As a
citizen, I feel my taxes are much bet-
ter spent insuring some measure of
safety rather than costly and unneces-
sary expansions on a courthouse that
already consumes a disproportionate
amount of resources from our small
county.
While recently searching for a
lost hubcap, I was disgusted by the
amount of trash along our highways
and dirt roads. Can't something be
done to clean up such a mess?
A huge issue with us are the poor
phone and internet services available
at high prices. I wish the Commis-
sion would lean on the Public Ser-
vice Commission about getting bet-
ter services at reasonable prices. Our
cell phones may or may not work out
where we live, yet we pay premium
prices. Our internet service is anti-
quated, yet people three miles away
have access to high speed. Phone ser-
vice has long been an issue that needs
to be addressed. I would bet that this
area has more phone prefixes than
any comparable area in the United
States. 463,935,454,472, etc. plus

Lottery Numbers
Wednesday
June 11
Lotto Drawing:
24-41-42-46-47-52
One winner of the $36 million
jackpot.
5-Digit Winners:
82 at $6,882.50
4-Digit Winners
4,971 at $92.
3-Digit Winners:
105,203 at $6
Midday Play 4 Drawing:
7-5-8-1
Evening Play 4 Drawing:
3-3-0-9
Midday Cash 3 Drawing:
0-2-5
Evening Cash 3 Drawing:
7-4-6

Saturday
June 14
Lotto Drawing:
7-18-19-26-32-33
No winner of the $3 million
jackpot.
5-Digit Winners:
72 at $4,899
4-Digit Winners:
4,400 at $65
3-Digit Winners:
88,061 at $4.50
Midday Play 4 Drawing:
7-5-4-3
Evening Play 4 Drawing:
6-0-8-4
Midday Cash 3 Drawing:
1-4-6
Evening Cash 3 Drawing:
1-5-2


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COOKING AND CARRYING' ON
By Cindy Jo Ayers
What on earth, do tell me, is better fried okra and sometimes we had but-
than a plate full of black-eyed peas, ter beans instead of peas. Many times
fresh sliced tomatoes and a couple the only meat momma served was
of crisply fried hoecakes. Over the fried cured bacon. My father cured
weekend we served just such a meal and smoked sides of bacon in the
which also included cream style corn smokehouse. When I think of that
and if I had just had some of my strong heavily smoked bacon which
grandmother's deviled eggs I surely was a little on the salty side it makes
would have thought that I had died my mouth water. Farm families work
and gone to heaven. Those little ol' hard but I do declare no one on earth
hoecakes were so good I couldn't eat eats any better than they do.
just one. As a matter of fact the last Another memory I have was my
one was just perfect for sopping up grandfather quoting his favorite say-
the pot likker. ing which was, "Hard work never
When buying corn or if you are killed anybody." Which I am pretty
lucky breaking it in the garden you sure is true because he lived to be
only need 12 to 15 ears to make a 89.
nice size bowl of cream style corn. I If you make the following hoecake
grate the corn off the cob using my recipe remember to oil your hands
corn grater. These graters are becom- and pat them out kinda thin, less
ing a little harder to find but they are than a half-inch thick. You only need
worth the price if you can locate one. about a quarter-inch of oil in your
Once grated add just about a half tea- cast iron frying pan. I heated the oil
spoon or so of salt and however much until it was hot before gently laying
black pepper you desire. and cook the two-inch round hoecakes in to
the corn on medium low heat until fry-up golden brown.
it begins to thicken. Add about two
tablespoons of real butter. The secret
to making good cream style corn is 2 cups yellow cornmeal
cooking it until it is just done. If it (Dixie Mills makes a yellow corn
is overcooked it will lose its sweet- meal)
ness. If you don't have a corn grater 1 cup all-purpose flour
you can cut the top of the corn ker- 2 teaspoons baking powder
nels off with a shop knife or as we 1 teaspoon salt
like to say a sharp butcher knife. Af- 1 tablespoon sugar
ter about half the kernel is cut away 3/4 cup buttermilk
run the butcher knife down the corn 1/2 cup water
ear while holding it upright. This will 1/2 cup bacon drippings or oil
remove the inside of the corn kernels In a bowl combine cornmeal, flour,
and squeeze out the juice. baking powder, salt and sugar, Mix
I remember growing up on our in the buttermilk, water, and 1 1/2
family farm in the small community tablespoons of the bacon drippings.
of Curryville just about seven miles Form the batter into 3-inch cakes and
South of Chiefland. Once the garden flatten using your hands. In a large
came in every meal was fresh gar- cast iron frying pan heat the remain-
den vegetables that we had picked. ing bacon drippings or oil over me-
Momma would spend a majority of dium high heat and fry the hoecakes,
her day picking, shelling and putting turning once, until golden brown this
up vegetables for the rest of the year. takes about 3 or 4 minutes per side.
These noon day meals or dinner to Serve hot. When I made this over the
Southerners, often times consisted weekend I cut the recipe in half and
of wonderful fresh vegetables such it was plenty for John and I. It made
as acre peas, tomatoes, cucumbers, about 8 hoecakes.-


two area codes 352 and 386. The citi-
zens of this county have every right
to demand some action on their be-
half for a system ripe for price goug-
ing and inferior service. I wish the
Commissioners would aggressively
pursue some answers for these dilem-
mas. Crime, trash and technological
services are far more critical to the
well being of this county than mov-
ing monuments for more expansion..
To the Commission's credit, we
do appreciate their support for the
efforts of the Historical Society, and
their contributions to defray the cost
of the monuments. We also applaud
their decision to build a Memorial
Park to salute veterans and a possible
site for future acknowledgment for
young, gallant Americans serving in
our current war. But this is no more
than their reasonable service as pub-
lic officials.
The' purpose of this letter is to
stimulate dialogue. Is it necessary
to spend thousands of dollars mov-
ing monuments placed so recently?
I would ask the commissioners to
explain the need of moving them and
their reasons for doing so. Could the
public resources be better directed to
more pressing matters? Were these


decisions made with sufficient public
input and could the matter be decided
by public referendum? I would urge
all citizens who oppose moving the
monuments to contact your commis-
sioners and let them know your feel-
ings.
With a struggling economy, and a
citizenry already overburdened with
high gas and food prices, ever con-
stant corporate exploitation, govern-
ment at all levels more eager to steal
what little we earn, I say no to more
spending on the Courthouse. Good
advice for the county, state and fed-
eral government is to do what the rest
of us have to do: Make do with what
you have!
Sincerely,
Dan and Dawn Taylor


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THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 2008


PatI'-ou GLCRITCONT1JURA


Anna Mae and Gray Schofield of Gidley, and Bess Griffin on June 19;
Trenton were in Woodstock, Geor- Linda Yonutes, Noy O'Steen, Ashli
gia last week visiting Mary Jane and Johnson, Stacy Jenkins, RickAususto
her family. Close family friend Di- and Nodie Smith on June 20; Nancy
ane Clifton drove the Schofields to Czarniak and Faye Wiggins on June
Woodstock. 21; Landry Rogers, L.J. Lane, Jr., and
Bayley and Austin Jones are in Brooks Parrish on June 22; Jena Wil-
Trenton this week visiting their liams, Garrett Register, and Stepha-
grandparents Johnny and Donna nie Beach on June 23; Beth Emmons,
Jones as well as other family mem- Yolanda Mauldin, Lisa Antoni Row-
bers. Bayley and Austin are the chil- land, Carrie Ayers Mizell, Daniel
dren of Dustin and Karla Jones of Morris and Linda Moore on June 24;
North Dakota. James Hatch, Matthew Barron, and
D. Ray and Diana Harrison en- Audrey Parrish.
joyed a vacation last week to Boca Happy Anniversary wishes to:
Grande Pass where they spent time Wayne and Imogene McLeod on
with family. June 21; Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Vick-
Happy Birthday wishes to: Brit- ers, Bill and Maxine Cummings, and
tany Busby, Laura Antoni, John Adam and Carrie Mizell on June 24;
Keith Clifton, Jr., Cindy Ayers, Dee Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Cook on June
Dee Benson, Kassie Barron, Donna 25.

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Kristi Pearce and Richard Harris

.carce/ 8 vyisv to- toed
The parents of Kristi L. Pearce and Richard M. Harris would like to an-
nounce the upcoming wedding of their children on Friday, June 20, 2008 at
5:30 p.m.
The wedding and reception will be held at the home of Rita and Rick Harris
in Old Town. All friends and family are invited to attend.


Gilchrist County
marriage
applications
Jesse Clint Mills, 5/14/1984 and
Terri Marie Leininger, 11/29/1980,
both of Trenton.
Patrick Christopher Kiniry,
5/7/1987, and Ciara Danielle Ducker,
1/8/1991, both of High Springs.
Eric Michael Van Auken,
11/10/1970, and Donna Lee Dotson,
5/21/1971, both of Trenton.


Thank You

Robert and Sherry Roux

for purchasing my pig

'Humphrey' at the

Suwannee River Fair

this year.


VA


Chloe Pick welcomes her baby born on October 14, 2007 at Shands
sister, Kielen Nolee Pick, who was in Gainesville. Kielen weighed 7 lbs.


4 oz..
Her parents are Donald and Aman-
da Pick; maternal grandparents are
Troy and Angie Breton of Trenton;
maternal great-grandparents are
Jackie and Jim Sanderlin of Trenton;
and maternal great-great-grandpar-
ents are Phyllis and Dale Williams of
Chiefland.
The paternal grandparents are
Jeanie and Don Pick.
Recorded marriages
in Gilchrist County
Carl Joseph Broughton, 3/27/1968,
and Ethel Lorraine Inman, 8/19/1953,
both of High Springs, were married
on 6/13/2008 in Trenton by Mrs.
Cynthia A. Chadwick, notary public.


Blue Springs


4-H Club


VA


would like to thank

Ryan Weaver & Hitchcock's

for purchasing our club pig

at the

Suwannee River Fair.


Kielen Nolee Pick


Earl Jones Jr. and Ashley Crowe

C/oMe/ *ze-N toc wed
David and Debbie Crowe of Fort Pierce are happy to announce the upcom-
ing marriage of their daughter, Ashley Lynn Crowe to Earl Edwin Jones, Jr.
the son of PeeWee and Jean Jones of Trenton.
Ashley is a 2003 graduate of Lincoln Park Academy and a 2006 graduate
of the University of Florida. She currently works as a paraprofessional for the
Gilchrist County School Board in Trenton.
Earl is a 2000 graduate of Trenton High School and 2005 graduate of the
University of Florida. He currently works as a field appraiser for the Gilchrist
County Property Appraiser in Trenton.
The wedding will take place on October 18, 2008.

24th annual Shadrack Sapp family reunion


The 24th Annual Shadrack Sapp
family reunion will be held on Satur-
day, July 5, .2008 from 10 a.m. to 3
p.m.
The 2008 reunion will be held at
Hart Springs County Park in the large
"A" pavilion. Hart Springs Park is
about 10 miles west of Trenton in
Gilchrist County.
Bring a covered dish dinner, your
old photos, family records, addresses,
albums, scrapbooks and your camera.
Again this year we will have an auc-
tion to help with the expenses. So


GENERAL CIVIL


bring something that you think 6th-
ers might want or can't do without.
Come early for a business meet-
ing at 10 a.m. If you are unable to
attend, please email or mail me ad-
dress updates for you and your fam-
ily members, as we have many ad-
dresses that are returned and are no
longer valid.
Mitchell Sapp
Family reunion announcements
are run free of charge in the Journal.


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CORDIALLY INVITES YOU TO ATTEND A WELCOME RECEPTION FOR

DR. SARAH CLAYTON WITTSTRUCK
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Briana Bishop
Leadership is one of the most
important life skills young people
learn in 4-H. The 4-H Club mem-
ber of the week this time demon-
strates leadership in the Flatwoods
Friends 4-H Club, having served
six consecutive terms as club presi-
dent.
She has also demonstrated lead-
ership at the county, district and
even national level. She has served
two terms as County Council
President, has served as a District
IV 4-H officer, and is the reigning
American Junior Brahman Asso-
ciation Queen.
Briana Bishop is 17 years old
and has been in 4-H since she was
five. Briana, who lives on a work-
ing cattle ranch, has participated in
several 4-H projects but says her
favorite is the beef breeding proj-
ect. While helping on the family
ranch, Briana maintains her own
herd of purebred Brahmans. Bri-
ana shows her cattle all over Flori-
da and the Southeast. The Bishops
have shown at over twenty cattle
shows so far this year. When Bri-
ana enters a cattle show, she goes to
win. She has won Grand and Re-
serve Champion at several shows,
including the Florida State Fair and
this year she won Grand Champion
Feeder Steer and Grand Cham-
pion Heifer at the Suwannee River
Youth Fair. Briana is a student of
Brahman genetics and is constantly
striving to complement her herd's
already superb breeding.


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Although successful in the show
ring, what really makes Briana
a champion is her willingness to
make younger 4-H'ers feel wel-
come and comfortable at 4-H Club
and County Council meetings.
Briana goes out of her way to help
younger 4-H'ers find their niche
and encourages them to learn to
make their voices heard at club
meetings.
Briana enjoys public speaking,
good country music, country liv-
ing, and is home schooled under
the umbrella of Creekside Chris-
tian Academy of Otter Creek.
Congratulations, Briana on being
this week's 4-H Club member of
the week!
Four-H is the largest youth orga-
nization in America and is open to
all young people ages 5-18 regard-
less of race, color, gender, handi-
cap or national origin.


W.W. Welch receives award

for his Corvette


W. W. Welch received an award
for his corvette at the recent car show
sponsored by the Ayers Health Center
and the Early Ford V8 Club. We hope
that all of you who attended the show
had a wonderful time. Many thanks
go out to all the sponsors who do so
much to help this show every year.
Many of the residents of the Center
really enjoy seeing the cars they re-
member from long ago.
Submitted by
Rod Hudson
from the Early Ford
VS Club


Jo Buckles and Wimpy Welch.


Autumn Rhodes donated her hair to Locks of Love.
Autumn Rhodes donates hair to

Locks of Love
Autumn Rhodes is no stranger to cancer.
Her grandma, Penny Jenkins, is a longtime survivor and her mom is a sur-
vivor. Autumn lost a principal to cancer and her best friend Ginger Deen's
mom, Laura Deen is a cancer survivor.
Autumn watched as her older sister, Summer, donated 12 inches of her hair
twice to Locks of Love. She felt she had to do the same. Autumn recently
donated 12 inches of her curly hair to the Locks of Love. Autumn said it made
her feel good to be able to do something. Her mother cried to see it go just as
she did with her older daughter but she was more than proud to know it was
for a wonderful cause.


Union

University

names 204

students to

spring 2008

President's List

Two hundred four students were
named to Union University's Pres-
ident's List for the spring 2008 se-
mester, including Mattie Elizabeth
Trautman of Bell.
The President's List includes full-
time students who achieve a 4.0 grade
point average on a four-point scale.
Founded in 1823d affiliated with
the Tennessee Baptist Convention,
Union University is characterized by
quality Christ-centered teaching and
learning. Union offers liberal arts
training in more than 100 majors and
programs of study along with profes-
sional programs in business, educa-
tion and nursing.
More than 3,300 students are cur-
rently enrolled.


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Greenbury Jones
The Greenbury-Jones families will
hold their annual reunion on Satur-
day, June 21 at Hart Springs.
All family members anid friends
are asked to bring a picnic basket.
lunch that will be spread at 12 noon
in Pavilion A. All family and friends
are invited to attend.


Corbin Family
The descendents of Tom and Ma-
mie Corbin will have a family re-
union on Saturday, June 28, 2008 at
Hart Springs in Pavilion A from 10
a.m. to ?
All relatives and friends are invited
to attend and bring a picnic lunch to
be spread and enjoyed at 12:30 p.m.


Cannon Family
2' The annual Cannon reunion will be
lield on July A,. 2008 at Hart Springs.
in the pavilion A and B.
All ancestors and descendents of
William (Bill) Jackson Cannon and
Henrietta (Aunt Hett) Clementine
Townsend Cannon are invited.
Bring a covered dish, drinks, good-
ies, etc. All paper products, silver-
ware, cups and ice will be furnished.
The meeting will be at 12:30 p.m.
and luhmch will be at 1 p.m.
Looking for all cousins to be there
again. Don't be late. For more infor-
mation call June Howard at (904)
259-6050 or (904) 864-1400 or Bren-
da (Isaac) Wagenman at (386) 935-
3723.
Cannon Family Committee

Nettles, Parrish and
Polk Families
The annual Nettles, Parrish and
Polk reunion will be held on Sunday,
July 20th, 2008 at the Hart Springs
Park, Pavilion A, in Bell.
Lunch will be at 12:30 p.m., so
bring your favorite covered dish.
Come early and stay late. All paper
goods will be provided.
If anyone has any questions please
call Patti at (352) 871-3960 or Elaine
at (352) 472-2443.


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The Quit Doc Research and Educa-
tion Foundation is spearheading the
effort to limit youth exposure to sec-
ondhand smoke in Gilchrist County
by forming a Tobacco-Free Partner-
ship among local businesses and
community leaders.
"The purpose of the establishing a
tobacco-free partnership is to look for
creative ways to.reduce the amount
of tobacco smoke that children are
exposed to at home and in public
places," reports Dr. Barry Hummel, a
Pediatrician, and co-founder the non-
profit foundation. "The vast major-
ity of secondhand smoke exposure
occurs in homes and cars. We need
to do a significantly better job of
educating parents about the dangers
of secondhand smoke, and the health
problems that occur in children that
are exposed to tobacco smoke."
Dr. Hummel went on to add that
"local business and community lead-
ers can help to educate the public in
two ways. First, and most important-
ly, they can expand smoking restric-
tions on their business property that
go beyond the current restrictions
mandated by the Florida Clean In-
door Air Act."
"The second way that business and


community leaders can help is by dis-
playing posters or other materials that
help educate the public of the dangers
of secondhand smoke. Such materi-
als explain the reason behind the de-
cision to expand smoking restrictions
on their business premises. Unless
we do a better job as a community of
delivering that type of information to
parents, it will be very hard to stop
the primary source of secondhand
smoke: family members."
During the summer of 2008, Dr.
Hummel will be meeting with busi-
ness leaders to establish a core group
of Tobacco-Free Partners, including
the Gilchrist County Chamber of
Commerce.
The Quit Doc Research and Educa-
tion Foundation will also be forming
a similar Tobacco-Free Partnership
in Dixie County, which will allow
the two counties to share resources
and ideas. The Quit Doc Research
and Education Foundation will host
an informational meeting in August
2008.
Anyone who is interested in at-
tending the meeting or joining the
Tobacco-Free Partnership can get
more information by calling 866-
355-7848.


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GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


THURSDAY, JUNE 19,2008


Boyette family homecoming

will celebrate Devin Boyette

Welcome Home Devin! .-
The Boyette family is planning a
homecoming celebration for Devin
Boyette.
The celebration will be held on
Saturday, June 28th at 1 p.m. at the
Pleasant Hill Baptist Church Fellow-
ship Hall.
This will be Devin's first time /
home on leave. The Boyette family ,
would like to extend an invitation to ll
all family and friends.
If you have any questions, please
call Betty at (386) 935-1411;

Tobacco-Free Partnership

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P age S ix N AT RY. L J 19, 2 00

SBell Elementary School Honor Roll and Perfect

^ Mi.nL Attendance End of Year Awards Assembly


Perfect Attendance
Pre-Kindergarten: Alex Suisse.
Kindergarten: Melena Leatherman,
Mason Laughlin. First Grade: Co-
rey Trail, Madison Smith, Zachary
Barron, Madison Kircher, Cheyenne
Dragon, Sarah Suisse, Wyatt Thorn-
ton. Second Grade: Jared Thomas,
Reese Rankin, Janet Carranza, Sara
O'Sullivan, Julie Waddle. Third
Grade: Clay Hutto, Makayla Sul-
livan, Madison Sabatino, Michael
Trantham, Jhonny Zuijiga. NMcKen-
zie Marrin. Fourth Grade: Lacey
Brooker, Jacob Flo\d. Colby Trail.
Raquel Welch. Wade Thornton. Si-
erra Tucker, Rebecca Ya.rbrough,
Brandon Thorna, Jori Waddle Fifth
Grade: Trace\ Dennis, Colby \\'hit-
by, Robbh Clarke, Elizabeth Sand-
ers, Shawn Tucker, Colton Douglas,
Shelbie Hutto, Cassandra Barron,
Adrianna Hodge, Alyssa White, Emi-
lie Young.
All A's First Grade: Ricky Bach-
mann, Kelly Thornton, Corey Trail,
Destiny .Woodby, lan Townsend,
Zachary Barron, Zachary Bunkley,,
Selena Holmes, Faith Rankin, Kiley
Ratley, Rosa Bonilla, Caitlin Antho-
ny, Madison Kircher. Second Grade:
Chad Martin; Allie Williams, Bridgett
Tucker, Emma Brady, Ashley Hayes,
Madison Hodge, Jared Thomas, Au-
tumn Aderholt, Gianni Dipanfilo, Re-
ese Rankin, Zachary Simpson, Taylor
Stanley, Janet Carranza, Seth Dieper-
sloot, Hunter Cox, Cameron Irwin.
Third Grade: Clay Hutto, Jaycee


Heather Register
CORRECTION
In the June 12, 2008 issue of the
Gilchrist County Journal, the name
of Heather Register, a 2008 graduate
of Bell High School,- was-left off a
list of students-who had attended Bell
schools from kindergarten through
12th grade. Heather's name was
also not acknowledged during the
school's graduation ceremony as a
student who had completed 13 years
of her education at Bell schools.


Volunteer opportunity
listing
Florida's Long-Term Care Om-
budsman Program needs volunteers


Thomas, A. J. Home, Taylor Galban,
Dillon Paulling, Wesley White, Ta-'
lia Whitley. Fourth Grade: Ashley
Pastuszek, Shelby Geiger, Evan Wil-
son, Cole Evan Diepersloot, Katrina
Douglas, Becky Vail, Jori Waddle.
Fifth Grade: Sarah Blankenship,
Ashle. Williams, Casandra Barron.
Kelsey Cox, Joe Jacobs. Baylee Roll-
ing, Stephanie Stal\eN. Mlicbaelah
Sundberg. Shelbie Hutto. Raychel
Thomas.
All A-B First Grade: S'dnie
Martin. Brandon Ovwigho. Caleb
Croons,. Ashley Day. Brianna Par-
rish. Madison White. Wendy Her-
nandez. Jenna Holle. Ian Gregory.
Jessica Lanch. Bryn Thomas. Tyler
Tranthanm. Abbe\ Yoder. Melissa
Casterline. Samantha Mathews.
Zachary lMcPhearson, Colton Spears,
Sarah Suisse. Wyatt Thornton. Jus-
tin Avery, Katelyn Bryant, Jessica
Coney, Stephen Cothron, 'Austyn
Creech, Juliana Whiting. Ashley
Goff, Trinity Franklin, Devon Pow-
ell. Second Grade: Dustin Phil-
man, Ian Leonard, Cisco Lopez,,
Alexis Weeks, Krisanna Burgoyne,
Rebecca Douglas,. Candance Evans,
Kelsy Floyd, Sarah Griffith, Kamer-
on Knight, Brianna Pettingill, Sarah
Donehew, Cheali Huffman, Ryan
Stalvey, Hailie White, Logan Altopp,
Jimmy Berry, Hailey Burch,Kamryn
Kinsey, Terek Liles, Daveion Love,
Alissa Obadal, Sara O'Sullivan,
Colton RawNlins, Bryan Turner, Ash-
leigh Weatherford, Cameron White.


to join its corps of dedicated advo-
cates who protect the rights of elders
residing in nursing homes, assisted
living facilities and adult family care
homes.
The program is comprised of 17 lo-
cal councils throughout the state, and
each council is seeking additional
volunteers to identify, investigate and
resolve residents' concerns.
All interested individuals who care
about protecting the health, safety,
welfare and rights of long-term care
facility residents who often have no
one else to advocate for them are en-
couraged to call toll-free (888) 831-
0404 or visit the program's web site
at http://ombudsman.myflorida.com.

Kristen Short is new
member of American
Angus Association
Sr'Kristen Short of Trenton! is al new
junior member of the American An-
gus Association, reports John Crouch,
chief executive officer of the national
organization with headquarters in
Saint Joseph, Missouri.
Junior members of the associa-
tion are eligible to register cattle in
the American Angus Association,
participate in programs conducted
by the National Junior Angus Asso-
ciation and take part in association
sponsored shows and other national
and regional events.
The American Angus Association
is the largest beef registry association
in the world, with more than 36,000
active adult and junior members.

Increased number of
burglaries and thefts
reported
Summer is upon us once again and
with it comes an increase in residen-
tial burglaries and thefts. Sheriff
Turner advises that even though the
Sheriff's Office is diligent in follow-
ing up leads and has recently located
items that are believed to have been
stolen, that it is difficult to prove
these items actually belong to the
owners) that may have reported a
theft or a burglary due to a lack of
being able to identify this property.
Especially in these times of hard eco-
nomic crunch many have turned and
are taking advantage of those that
have not prepared. Crimes of op-
portunity such as stealing coins from


Trenton Community Farmers' Market
At the Depot. 419 N Main St (Hwy 129)
S Presents






Block Party


and

Chili Cokoff
(Great Prizes!)

Saturday, June 21
Noon 4 PM


Third Grade: Abigale Bell. Tyrese
Carrasquillo. Katlin Clark, Rebecca
Deutsch, Jarrert Douglas, Destinee
Estes, Conner To~wnsend, Patrick
Lavrence. McKenzie Martin. Mi-
chael Trantham. Ana Valdez, Court-
nev Irvin. A. J. Home, Jason Jenkins,
Melinia Kalandyk. Morgan Martin.
Bryan Mayo. Chris Bryan, Nick Bry-
an, Katel'nn Creech, Storey Helton,
Jeff Jacobs. Christopher Lamberti,
Amber Rehberg. Dhanna Sandvik.
Fourth Grade: Jessica Craft. Gaige
McCram. Kirsten Shannon, Devin
Tow'nsend. Sierra Tucker. Rebecca
Yarbrough. Austin Aderholt. Chance
Rolling. Gabnel Carranza. Lacey
Brooker, Taylor Drawdy, Jacob
Floyd. Ashton Mathews. Brian King.
Tra'vis Sheffield. Kelsey Adkins. Sa-
mantha Davis. Sarah Evans. Silver
Leatherman. Cheyenne Vasquez.
James Wood. Payton Ryker, Jerry
Vail, Selena Thomas. Fifth Grade:
Tracey Dennis. Taylor Ferguson, Sar-
ah Mehl. Rick) Pinna, Jacob Robin-
son, Michael Smith, Colton Douglas,
Courtney Hayes, Kassidy Renick,
Cole While. James Dechow, Chris-
tian Whiting, Logan Cutts, Adrianna
Hodge, Jesse Hunter. Robyn Messier,
Cassidy Panchyshyn, Audrey Pow-
ers, Dylan Ritchey. Austin Thomas.
Emilie Young.
Fifth Graders A Honor Roll for
5 years: Cassandra Barron, Kelsey
Cox, Baylee Rolling, Ashley Wil-
liams. Shelbie Hurto, Raychel Thom-
as.


paper boxes, vending machines and
other like items are on the increase!
Sheriff Turner would ask that ev-
eryone take a few minutes to exam-
ine their property and record the se-
rial number, make and brand of each
valuable for later identification. One
of the main targets of thieves is new
construction sites. Contractors should
pay close attention to marking their
tools and in recording serial numbers
on large appliances purchased for
these hew homes. If possible photo-
graph each unique item or valuable
jewelry and keep a record of its pur-
chase value and jeweler/store where
purchased. For those larger items
that may or may not have serial num-
bers it would be well worth your time
to have your drivers license number
inscribed upon each item.
A little time now may aid you in re-
covering your property! See it, Hear
it, Report it! .
3 Be ph. ioth 5Isolutin and report
suspicious activity.

Oklahoma! to be
performed at LCCC
"Oklahoma!" by Richard Rodgers
and Oscar Hammerstein II will be
presented jy Lake City Community
College (LCCC) June 19. thru 22 in
the Levy Performing Arts Center.
Thursday through Saturday the shows
are at 7:30 p.m. with 3 p.m. matinees
on Saturday and Sunday.
Director Bob Gerard, acting and
theater instructor, is assisted by Jen-
nifer Wingate, daughter of the musi-
cal director. The musical is based on
the play, "Green Grow the Lilacs" by
Lynn Riggs and tells thelove story of
Laurey and Curly, a young farm girl
and a cowboy. The musical direction
is by Owen Wingate, LCCC choral di-
rector, and Harry Wuest, LCCC band
director, with accompanist, Frances
Skoglund. Dance choreography for
the musical is by Jennifer Owens, a
Lake City resident. Costumes for this
production are the creation of Sara
Beth Gerard, a college student from
the University of Florida.
Tickets are $11 for adults; $9 for
students, senior adults and LCCC fac-
ulty/staff; and $6 for children.ages 12
and under. Tickets will be available at
the door. one hour before each perfor-
mance. For more information please
call Wingate at (386) 754-4255.


What a happy bunch of children
we had at Bell Elementary on June
3rd. Principal Rick Reed named
it "Celebration Day" and the PTA
sponsored a school-wide, student fun
day. This day was planned as a way
to say. "A job well done," to all our
student body.
The children were divided into two
groups, K thru 2nd and 3rd thru 5th,
with the preschoolers having their
own fun time closer to their class-
rooms. They were even provided
with their own bounce house.
At 8:30 a.m., 3rd thru 5th grade
came to the cafeteria for a movie,


As the 2007-2008 Bell Band
Booster season ends the present
boosters would like to take a mo-
ment to publicly recognize and ap-
preciate the senior class parents that
have assisted us through the years in
the front lines as well as many hours
behind the scenes.
Darlene Langford, Mary Kortessis,
Ginger Fowler, Otis Ware and espe-
cially to our outgoing officers Lisa
Boutwell and Debbie Norton-Arono-
wicz.
We are proud to announce the
2008-2009 Booster officers. Elaine


popcorn and arts and crafts. At the
same time, K thru 2nd were outside
playing games, watching Ms. Joy the
clown, doing karaoke, taking turns
on five huge blow-up items and just
having fun. They were also treated
to sno-cones and Ms. Julie Thomas
brought watermelons to munch on.
After a bag lunch with the teachers,
the age groups switched places.
The sad part of the day was when it
'was the 5th graders turn on the blow-
up items. Mother.Nature blew in an
afternoon storm and when it passed
the school day was over. But, thanks
to R & K Bounce House, located


Lagasse, president; Cinnamon McP-
hearson, vice-president; Yvonne
Nobs, secretary; and Elisabeth Dia-
mond, treasurer.
The Executive Committee is plan-
ning to meet to formalize -ideas for
the 2008-2009 school year. Please
submit your ideas or suggestions to
us at www.bellpurplepowerhouse-
band.org or.mail to PO Box 345,
Bell, FL 32619.
We urge Band Parents, Boosters,
and Supporters to feel free to write
us at any time. All ideas would be
greatly appreciated.


in High Springs., the frowns soon
turned to smiles. The people at R & K
Bounce House allowed us to keep all
the blow-up items overnight so the
5th graders could play on them the
next morning. Thank you R & K for
being so helpful and understanding.
This was the first time we had a day
like this at Bell Elementary. There are
a few kinks to work out, but just see-
ing the children's faces and hearing
their shouts and laughter made it all
worth while.
Thank you to everyone who helped
make this day possible.
Bell Elementary PTA.


Bell Band Boosters are getting
ready for a Pancake Breakfast and
Yard Sale Fundraiser. Clean out your
closets, your sheds, and grandma's
attic; The Bell Band Boosters are
looking for any good-used items that
you would like to donate for our Pan-
cake Breakfast and Yard Sale Fund-
raiser at 7 a.m. on August 9th, at the
Bell Community Center.
Please call Connie Jordan at (386)
935-0026, or Yvonne Nobs at (386)
454-4750, if you have any items you
would like to donate. Pickup can be
arranged for heavy items.


iBryant
For Sheriff
Yilchrist County
Pemocrat
I ,ou'ild Ihke to thank ecer,,':,. ho ciname out to speak idi mni
at Hart Springs on Satuirdj,3 I %as er;, glad thaj I got the chance
to speak to each o f ',ou .about i,,.uir concerns Ior trie future ,:f
Gikllirit Count', and ho.\ the Sheriff's position pla\s a role in
that If gioen the opportunity, I can make a difference in Gilchrist
Count' 1
M' mission if I antm elected Gilchrist Counrt Sheriff, is to
provide the highest le'el of professional l.i. enforcement ser ice
to all of t he citizens of Gilchrim Count. and to create safe
communities b, building partnerships that ,ork to present crime.
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Celebration Day at Bell Elementary


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Receipts at the Ocala Livestock
Market on Monday, June 16, 2008
were: this week 333, last week 516,
and last year 421.
Slaughter cows and bulls steady to
1.00 higher. Feeder steers and heif-
ers mostly 2.00 to 4.00 lower. Qual-
ity was mostly average. Supply and
demand moderate. Slaughter cows
and bulls 14 percent, feeder steers
and heifers under 600 pounds 84
percent, (51 percent steers and 33
percent heifers), replacement cattle 2
percent.
Slaughter Cows Boner 80-85 per-
cent: 1020-1155 (1058) 55.00-61.00
(58.38); 1000-1100 (1033) 64.00-
66.00 (64.71) high dressing; 1225-
1455 (1302) 64.00-65.00 (64.28)
high dressing.
Slaughter Cows Lean 85-90 per-
cent: 980-1020 (1005) 50.00-54.00
(52.36).
Slaughter Bulls Y.G. 1: 1055-1475
(1306) 62.00-68.00 (64.48); 1650-
2085 (1862) 64.00-68.00 (65.82).
Feeder Steers and Bulls Medi-
um and Large 1-2: 200-235 (213)
128.00-140.00 (133.53); 250-280
(266) 120.00-132.00 (124.96); 300-
315 (307) 112.00-130.00 (119.92);
350-370 (358) 105.00-111.00
(108.01); 400-420 (410) 102.00-
108.00 (105.52); 450-490 (465)
94.00-104.00 (99.19); 500-515 (507)
92.00-98.00 (93.99); 550-560 (554)
90.00-94.00 (91.40).
Feeder Steers and Bulls Medi-
um and Large 2-3: 200-235 (214)
118.00-125.00 (120.91); 250-265
(256) 105.00-118.00 (112.61); 305-
320 (315) 102.00-111.00 (107:04);
355-390 (371) 92.00-102.00 (98.42);
400-440 (422) 90.00-100.00 (94.25);
450-480 (464) 85.00-92.00 (88.11);
500-540 (517) 84.00-90.00 (87.07);
550-580 (562) 82.00-89.00 (85.39).
Feeder Heifers Medium and Large
1-2: 205-220 (214) 112.00-120.00
(115.02); 250-285 (262) 100.00-
105.00 (101.59); 305-325 (317)
95.00-100.00 (97.99); 360-370 (365).
90.00-92.00 (91.01); 400-420 (414)
88.00-90.00 (88.98); 450-475 (466)
86.00-89.00 (86.98); 505-520 (514)
85.00-88.00 (86.25).
Feeder Heifers Medium and Large
2-3: 205-225 (213) 104.00-110.00
'(106.38); 250-265 (257) 92.00-98.00
(94.96); 310-320 (316) 86.00-94.00
(91.04); 350-390 (366) 84.00-89.00
(87.11); 400-420 (416) 80.00-87.00
(83.62); 450-485 (468) 78.00-84.00


(79.65); 515-530 (520) 75.00-80.00
(77.81); 550-575 (564) 74.00-82.00
(77.03).
Bred Cows Medium and Large 1-2:
850-1050 (930) 61.00-68.00 (65.65)
4-6 months bred.

North Florida
Livestock Report
Receipts at the North Florida Live-
stock Market in Ellisville on Wednes-
day, June 11, 2008 were: this week
496, last week 567, and last year
317.
Slaughter cows and bulls 1.00 to
2.00 higher. Feeder steers and heifers
unevenly steady. Quality was mostly
average. Supply and demand moder-
ate. Slaughter cows and bulls 26 per-
cent, feeder steers and heifers under
600 pounds 67 percent, (41 percent
steers and 26 percent heifers), re-
placement cattle 7 percent.
Slaughter Cows Boner 80-85 per-
cent: 850-1175 (1027) 57.00-63.00
(60.26); 910-1190 (1134) 63.50-
66.00 (65.29) high dressing; 1300-
1590 (1426) 57.00-63.00 (60.13);
1200-1305 (1234) 65.00-67.00
(66.00) high dressing; 1600-1890
(1672) 56.50-62.50 (60.36); 1650-
1850 (1758) 64.00-65.00 (64.52)
high dressing.
Slaughter Cows Lean 85-90 per-
cent: 850-1180 (1026) 51.00-56.00
(52.91).
Slaughter Bulls Y.G. 1: 1560-2180
(1975) 67.00-74.00 (71.16).
Feeder Steers and Bulls Medi-
um .and Large 1-2: 200-215 (203)
132.00-140.00 (135.65); 250-280
(268) 124.00-144.00 (131.18); 305-
335 (313) 120.00-140.00 (130.78);
350-380 (366) 108.00-115.00
(110.26); 400-440 (417) 104.00-
110.00 (106.90); 450-490 (464)
100.00-107.00 (103.17); 550-585
(561) 95.00-96.00 (95.51).
Feeder Steers and Bulls Medium
and Large 2-3: 205-215 (210) 120.00-
130.00 (125.25); 250-285 (267)
110.00-120.00 (117.57); 315-320
(318) 104.00-114.00 (109.36); 355-
385 (371) 100.00-107.00 (104.75);
405-440 (420) 95.00-103.00 (98.45);
450-490 (467) 91.00-98.00 (94.33);
500-540 (513) 91.00-95.00 (93.86);
550-580 (560) 90.00-94.00 (92.24).
Feeder Heifers Medium and Large
1-2: 205-225 (212) 112.00-118.00
(114.65); 250-275 (258) 101.00-
105.00 (102.74); 305-320 (313)
95.00-100.00 (97.71); 350-385 (364)
92.00-95.00 (93.14); 405-420 (415)
90.00-94.00 (91.73); 450-475 (465)
88.00-91.00 (89.02); 505-530 (517)
87.00-90.00 (88.68); 550-570 (560)
86.00-89.00 (87.25).
Feeder Heifers Medium and Large
2-3: 205-220 (211) 100.00-110.00
(104.96); 260-280 (271) 92.00-99.00


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(95.79); 300-335 (319) 88.00-94.00
(90.73); 350-385 (367) 85.00-91.00
(88.03); 400-425 (411) 81.00-88.00
(85.29); 450-480 (460) 80.00-86.00
(83.43); 505-515 (509) 80.00-85.00
(82.76); 550-590 (570) 80.00-84.00
(82.23).
Bred Cows Medium and Large
1-2: 950-1060 (1018) 62.00-70.00
(66.62) 1-3 months bred; 950-1160
(1054) 64.00-74.00 (68.36) 4-6
months bred.
Cow-Calf Pairs Medium and Large
1-2: 850-1010 (912) 610.00-750.00
(676.97).

Gilchrist County
Sheriff's
Volunteers News
During the month of May the Crime
Watch vehicles were driven 540 miles
and volunteers contributed 46 hours
while patrolling county roads and
working at school crossings. CARE
(call and respond everyday) callers
made 57 well-check calls to those
people requesting the service.
The volunteers welcomed two new
applicants to the June meeting. Any
resident of Gilchrist County who is
interested in becoming a volunteer
with the Sheriff's Volunteers may
obtain an application at the Sheriff's
Office during regular hours. Any in-
terested residents are invited to attend
any of our monthly meetings held on
the first Tuesday of each month.
The next meeting will be held on
July 1, at 6 p.m. in the Sheriff's Of-
fice training room.
Rosemary McDaniel, PIO
Gilchrist County
Sheriff's Volunteers

2nd Annual Chili
Cookoff Saturday
at Trenton Depot
It's time to dust off that cfili polt!
The 2nd annual Hot Summer Block
Party and Chili Cookoff will take
place on Saturday, June 21 at the
Trenton Community Farmers' Mar-
ket.
There will be great prizes in sever-
al categories. The contest will be held
on the historic Train Depot platform
from Noon to 4 p.m. With live music
by the Flying Turtles.
Crock pots should be delivered to
the Depot by 11:30 a.m. Electricity is
available.
To register, call Ellen or Tom at
(352) 472-7632.

When news happens,'
call the Journal at
463-7135.


24th Annual
Down Home Days
in planning stages
Excitement is building up as the
24th Annual Down Home Days
quickly approaches.
Be sure to mark your calendars for
Saturday, October 25 to join the fun
of Down Home Days hosted this year
by the Trenton Community Church
of the Nazarene.
The event will take place from
9 a.m. until 5 p.m. with everything
from food to fun for all ages.
Take a walk around the spacious
ten acre property and experience the
talents of this community. The com-
mittee is working hard to get things
ready for this annual event.
Vendors can get more information
by calling Dianne at (352) 463-7282
and a vendor application will be sent
to you.
We are looking for sponsors as
well. Businesses making a monetary
donation will be recognized with a
10 x 16 yard sign displaying the busi-
ness name and phone number.
If your business is interested,
please contact the Down Home Days
Committee at (352) 463-1057.


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Do you know what the numbers on
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the percentage of the nutrients.
Nitrogen (the first number), phos-
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Nitrogen comes from the atmo-
sphere surrounding the earth and is an
inexhaustible source. Air contains 75
percent nitrogen. Nitrogen promotes
vigorous plant growth, increases leaf
,yield and causes chlorophyll forma-
tion green color).
Phosphate comes from phosphate
rock. A chemical treatment is used to
convert the phosphate rock into a us-
able form for plants. Phosphate helps.
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was formed in ancient sea and lake
beds. Unlike phosphate rock, potash
ore can be used by plants directly
without chemical conversion. It's
used by plants for photosynthesis and
fruit formation.
In addition to the three basic nutri-.
ents, most plants need a variety of mi-
nor elements. Check the fertilizer tag
for a list of the minor elements. When
planting pot-grown plants don't place,
fertilizer in the hole you dig because
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CHURCH

NEWS
Bell Baptist Church
Vacation Bible School
The games are set and ready to run
at Bell Baptist Church. It's time for
Vacation Bible School as they begin
the Good News Games.
Grab your equipment and tie your
shoes for the biggest event of the
summer. It will take place June 23
thru June 27, 2008 from 6:30 to 8:30
p.m.
Don't miss the race. Sign up, team
up, train up, power up and finish up.
For more information or to save
your seat at the stadium call our gen-
eral manager, Pastor Paul Watson at
463-6930 or head coach, Rose Wil-
liamson at 463-7320.

McCall's week of
celebration
We start with our VBS at 6 p.m. on
Monday the 23rd with a light snack,
and then off to the Jerusalem Mar-
ket Place. This will be the pattern
through Friday
This is a new concept in Vacation
Bible School. We invited everyone to
come and journey with us each eve-
ning. If you regularly attend another
church send the kids anyway. They
can never learn enough about Jesus.
On Saturday the 28th, we will host
a Methodist Cluster Sing at 5:30 p.m.
If you are not Methodist come any-


way. If you, or your group, or choir
would like to sing, or play your in-
strument for a song or two, give us
a call and we will put you on the
agenda.
On Sunday the 29th, the Family
Harmony of One Voice will be with
us in concert at the 11 a.m. service.
They are a southern gospel oriented
brother and sister duo from Ken-
tucky.
We are located at 7755 South S.R.
349 Branford. That is 8 miles south
of the intersection of 349 and U.S.
27. We are the southern gateway to
Hatchbend. If you have any question
call Pastor Taylor at (386) 935-0595.

Beach Party at
Old Town United
Methodist Church
Just a few more days and it will be
time for the Beach Party at Old Town
United Methodist Church.
Children ages 4-11 are invited to
"surf' through the Scriptures to learn
about God's love. The fun begins
Monday, June 23 at 5:15 p.m. and
continues all week.
Beach Party activities include a
snack, supper, skits, songs and surf-
ing lessons, Bible teachings and Bi-
ble stories. Lots of fun for everyone.
It's not too late to register your
children. Pre-register at the Dollar
Store in Old Town on Saturday, June
21 or come to the church on Monday,
June 23 at 5:15 p.m.
Call (352) 542-7954 for more infor-
mation. You won't want your child to
miss this exciting Bible adventure.

Riverside Baptist
Church to have
gospel concert
Riverside Baptist Church will be
having a gospel concert on Saturday,
June 28, 2008 at 6 p.m.
Bruce and Bee Ellison of Jackson-
ville will be bringing us good sound
gospel music.


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
Pastor: Jake Cravey
Youth Director: Aaron Bachle
bethelit@befhuth.net www.backtobethel.org


352-463-2028


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
(Children's Church and Nursery Provided)
Evening W 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
(352) 463-1562
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....................11:00AM ....
Evening Worship........................6:00 PM
Wednesday Night Prayer/Youth...7:30 PM
Be a part of an exciting time of Worship and Bible Study.


Pastor Jerry Milton


Youth Director Josh Dease


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We would like to invite everyone
to come out and join us for a night of
music, fellowship, and refreshments.

Summer hours for
Trenton United
Methodist Church
Beginning on Sunday, July 6, 2008
the Trenton United Methodist Church
will hold its Sunday morning Wor-
ship Services from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m.
Sunday school will be from 10 until
11 a.m. This will give our congrega-
tion more time to enjoy their summer
"Sunday afternoons.
On Sunday, September 7, the time
of Worship Service will go back to
11 a.m. with Sunday School at 9:30
a.m.
If anyone would like to join us'for
this early morning service you will
be more than welcome.

Heart Matters
Picture a two-year old on the floor
kicking and screaming... wanting
their own way and having a temper
tantrum to get it. If you haven't heard
one lately, walk near the toy aisle at
Wal-Mart, and chances are good
you will. To be sure, a two-year-
old doesn't leave home planning to
throw a fit.. .it results when the desire
for something arises and there is no
understanding of how to deal with
those desires if they aren't satisfied.
While these scenarios are far from
pleasant, they are necessary life les-
sons in maturing. The real problem
comes when the temper tantrum pro-
duces positive results...we all con-
tinue behavior that gets us what we
want. Therefore, we never develop
the ability to control our desires and
feelings no matter what our age. To
be immature is to be incomplete or
underdeveloped, and unfortunately
two-year-olds aren't the only ones
suffering from this condition.
The Bible addresses maturity in
what is commonly referred to as the
"love chapter," of all places! I Cor-
inthians 13:11 has this to say: "When
I was a child, I talked like a child, I
thought like a child, I reasoned like
a child. When I became a man, I put
childish ways behind me."
While hopefully you haven't wit-


U


nessed any "down-on-the-floor fits"
by any adults lately, immaturity af-
fects many over the age of 18, espe-
cially in the arena of relationships.
Temper tantrums may look a bit dif-
ferent at an older age, but pall them
what they are... throwing a fit to get
your way. Yelling, screaming, slam-
ming doors, throwing things...us-
ing intimidation, or giving the cold
shoulder, refusing to talk, withhold-
ing affection...using manipulation.
Either way, the real issue is imma-
turity: talking, thinking and reason-
ing like a child.. .not putting childish
ways behind us.
According to Christian authors
Henry Cloud and John Townsend,
"The good thing. about immaturity
is that it is not an incurable disease.
The right treatment will get rid of
it." What do they recommend? Con-
fronting our own immaturity and rec-
ognizing the impact it is having on
our relationships. Imagine that same
two-year-old we first mentioned,
standing up, brushing himself off
and saying, "You know Mom, you're
right. I don't need that toy today. I'll
just look forward to getting it for my
birthday." That level of maturity in
a child would make our jaws drop...
facing our immaturity may have the
same affect on our loved ones! Not
easy, but right...and the first step
toward maturity. Having great re-
lationships are worth the effort, be-
cause their hearts... and yours really
do matter!
Blessings,
Angie


North Gilchrist
Volunteer Fire
Department pancake
breakfast
The North Gilchrist Volunteer Fire
Department .will hold its monthly
pancake breakfast on June 21, 2008
from 8 to 10 a.m.
For a donation we offer eggs, sau-
sage, pancakes of several different
kinds, coffee, tea, and juice.
Our fire station is located on C.R.
138, 2.5 miles east of 129.
Come out and enjoy a delicious
meal with your family and friends.


Trenton Communitn Nazarene Church

(2. miles west of traffic light on SR-2)

10:50 a.m. Sunday Worship Service

7:00 p.m. Wednesday Wors nip Service

+65-1057 Pastor Merle Goodrich


WE WELCOME YOU TO

UNION BAPTIST CHURCH (SBC)
6259 $.E. 75TH AVENUE NEWBERRY, FL 32669

SUNDAY SCHOOL .............................. 9:45 AM
MORNING WORSHIP ................................... 11 AM
EVENING WORSHIP ...................................... 6 .PM
WEDNESDAY EVENING SERVICES:
ADULT BIBLE STUDY, CHILDREN, & YOUTH ... 6:30 PM

PASTOR: TRAVI$ MOODY
MINISTER OF YOUTH: ROBBIE BEACH
CHURCH PHONE: 352-472-3845
"WIN THE LOST AND TEACH THE SAVED TO SERVE"


PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH
16655 N. W. CR-339 Trenton, Florida 32693
352-463-2151
www.pgbcfl.com


Rev. Greg Douglas, Pastor
Rev. Rickey Whitley, Minister of Students.
Charles Brock, Music Director
Sunday: Sunday School/Bible Study............................ 9: 15 AM
M morning W orship........................................................ 0:30 AM
(Children's Church During Morning Service)
Evening Worship Service............................................. 6:00 PM
Wednesday: Prayer Meeting, Youth................................. 7:00 PM
AWANA....... ..... 6:30 PM
~ Nursery Provided for All Services ~


The FAITHH BUS distributes

food in Bell


The FAITHH Bus'distributing food in Bell.


On Thursday, June 12 the FAITHH
BUS drew a large crowd in Bell for
their monthly food distribution.
Debbie Long, program coordinator
and driver, pulled into Bell and was
greeted by a large crowd of needy
residents. Debbie and her volunteers
have been doing a terrific job serving
the needs of local residents. A grand
total of 54 families, including 10 who
had never received services before,
are now on the list to receive services
in the future.
This month she brought with her
four lawyers from Three Rivers Le-


From the Desk of
Gilchrist County
Sheriff David P. Turner
Weekly Sheriff's Report for week
ending
June 16, 2008
On June 4, 2008, Jeffrey Michael
Thomas, 10/23/88 was arrested for
Possession of a Controlled Substance
with Intent to Sell.
On June 9, 2008, James R. Jordan,
4/27/89, was arrested on a Suwannee
County Warrant with the charge of
Violation of Probation.
On June 10, 2008, Jered D. King,
11/14/83, was arrested on the charge
of FTA/Felony Battery Great Bodily
-Harm.
On June 11, 2008, Dwayne Smeal,
12/27/60, was arrested on a Brevard
County Warrant with the charge of


gal Services who were ready and able
to answer questions and give free le-
gal advice to anyone who needed it.
Several people were more than happy
to take advantage of this service.
Myrtle Hoffman brought free spe-
cial telephones for the hearing im-
paired. She instructed them on the
proper use of these. A total of 10
phones were issued on this day.
Next month food distribution by
the FAITHH BUS will be on July 17,
2008 at 9:30 a.m. at the Bell Club-
house.
Norm Conti
AAR-P Publicity


Writ of Bodily Attachment.
On June 11, 2008, Benny A. Mur-
ray, 11/5/74, was arrested on charges
of Fugitive from Justice (Out of State)
and Fail to Register as Sex Offender.
On June 12,2008, Paul K. Kolacia,
11/1/73, was arrested on the charge
of DUI.
On June 14, 2008, Mark A. Cas-
tor, 2/17/78, was arrested on charges
of DUI, Possession of Less than 20
Grams, Introduction of Contraband
into a County Facility.
On June 14, 2008, Christopher D.
Williams, 8/17/88, was arrested on
the charge of Criminal Mischief un-
der $200.00.
CORRECTION to last weeks re-
port: Glenn D. Runde was arrested
on June 4, 2008, for VOP/DUI, not
Controlled Substance with Intent to
Sell.


4 Trenton United
Methodist Church
9:30 am Sunday School
11:00 am Morning Worship Service
6:00 pm Wednesday Bible Study
Nursery provided 9-12 Sunday Morning
203 N.E. Second Street, Trenton
Office: 463-2877 Rev. H.D. "Hank" Cribb, Sr.


NOTICE

ENFORCEMENT OF

GILCHRIST COUNTY

SIGN REGULATIONS

RELATING TO THE

PLACEMENT OF SIGNS ON

PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY


Subsection 9.03.02 U of the Gilchrist County Land Develop-
ment Code prohibits:


Signs erected on public property, or on private property (such
as private utility poles) located on public property, other than
signs erected by public authority for public purposes.


During campaign seasons it becomes necessary to strictly
enforce this prohibition so that campaign and other signs
placed in the right of way of county roadways do not:

$ Create safety hazards by blocking views at intersections.

$ Interfere with the ability of the county road department to
efficiently maintain county rights of way.

Over the coming weeks the Gilchrist County Road Depart-
ment and Code Enforcement Officer will focus on removal of
signs from the public right of way that:

$ Are not placed both as far back on the right of way as
possible AND parallel to the fence or rear edge of the right of
way.

$ Are placed at an intersection in such a way that there is
any possibility that the sign will block views of motorists or
interfere with county maintenance of the right of way.

As a matter of law, the County is required to enforce its sign
regulations without making any distinctions based on the
content of the signs. Thus, the foregoing enforcement activ-
ity will apply to ALL signs, including, but not limited to,
campaign signs and real estate signs.

If you have questions about the Gilchrist County Sign Regu-
lations, please call John McPherson, County Attorney, at
352-378-5827.
Pub.: June 12 & 19, 2008b


t first Baptist Ckurclh

Welcomes Vou!
"Embracing the Past and Reaching Toward the Future."
Comer of NE Second St. and Highway 26 in Trenton
(Nursery provided for all services)
Sunday School 9:45 AM (classes for 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

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


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C.H.C14RIST COUNTY JOURNAL


THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 2008


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Mrs. Rosanne 0.
Caroselli
Mrs. Rosanne 0. Caroselli, 74, of
Trenton passed away on Saturday,
June 14, 2008 at her residence after
an extended illness.
Rose was born in Toledo, Ohio, but
lived most of her life in south Florida.
She moved to Trenton in 2002 from
Pembroke Pines and enjoyed being
closer to her grandchildren whom
she dearly loved. She was a member
of St. John the Evangelist Catholic
Church in Chiefland and was very
active in the church and loved to play
bingo twice a week with her friends.
Rose was a member of the Red Hat
Society of Chiefland and a volunteer
for AARP during tax season..
Her husband of 26 years, John E.
Caroselli preceded Rose in death.
She is survived by her daugh-
ter, Linda Zeagler and her husband,
Ron of Trenton; daughter, Katherine
Houston and her husband, Joseph of
Sylva, North Carolina; sons, Law-
rence Caroselli of Columbia, South
Carolina, John Fonseca and compan-
ion, Christine of Glendora, New Jer-
sey; sister, Kathleen Wilde of Davie;


nine grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren.
Father Joseph McDonnell con-
ducted the funeral mass on Tuesday,
June 17, 2008 at St. John the Evan-
gelist Catholic Church in Chiefland.
Family and friends gathered at the
church prior to the mass for a time
of remembrance. The burial followed
after the service at Florida National
Cemetery in Bushnell.
Funeral Arrangements by Roberts
Funeral Homes of Ocala.


Mr. John David Clark
Mr. John David Clark, 45, passed
away at his home in Chiefland on
June 14, 2008.
Mr. Clark moved here from Cedar
Falls, Iowa in 1993. He was a carpen-
ter by trade and enjoyed woodwork-
ing as a hobby. He was also a pastor
of the Agape Christian Church of Old
Town for 3 1/2 years.
He was preceded in death by his
brother, Steven Clark.
He is survived by sons, Jacob Clark,
Josiah Clark and Jarred Clark all of
Cedar Falls, Iowa; daughters, Jenni-
fer Zeck of Waterloo, Iowa and April
Clark of Cedar Falls, Iowa; stepsons,
Steve Clark and Doug Clark, both of
Old Town; one grandchild, Tristen
Zeck; parents, William and Marilyn


NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF

ORDINANCE BY THE TOWN

COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF

BELL, FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to Section 171.044,
Florida Statutes, as amended, that an ordinance, the title of which
hereinafter appears, will be considered for enactment on July 10,
2008 at 6:00 p.m. in the Town Hall, located at 3240 West Railroad
Lane, Bell, Florida. Ordinance No. 2008-05
provides for the voluntary annexation of a parcel of land contigu-
ous to the boundaries of the Town of Bell, Florida, as shown on
the location map below. The area to be annexed is located in
Section 36, Township 8 South, Range 14 East, Gilchrist County,
Florida. The area to be annexed consists of 1.52 acre, more or
less. The complete legal description of the area to be annexed, as
well as a copy of the ordinance, can be obtained from the Office
of the Town Clerk, Town Hall, located at 3240 West Railroad
Lane, Bell, Florida, during regular business hours.


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The title of said ordinance reads, as follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 2008-05
AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF BELL, FLORIDA,
RELATING TO VOLUNTARY ANNEXATION; MAKING
FINDINGS; ANNEXING TO AND INCLUDING WITHIN
THE BOUNDARIES OF THE TOWN OF BELL, FLORIDA,
CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY LOCATED IN GILCHRIST
COUNTY, FLORIDA, WHICH IS REASONABLY COMPACT,
AND CONTIGUOUS TO THE BOUNDARIES OF THE
TOWN OF BELL FLORIDA; REDEFINING THE BOUNDAR-
IES OF THE TOWN OF BELL, FLORIDA; PROVIDING FOR
LAND USE CLASSIFICATION OF THE REAL PROPERTY
TO BE ANNEXED; PROVIDING THAT EFFECTIVE JANU-
ARY 1, 2009, THE REAL PROPERTY TO BE ANNEXED
SHALL BE ASSESSED FOR PAYMENT OF MUNICIPAL AD
VALOREM TAXES AND BE SUBJECT TO ALL GENERAL
AND SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS; PROVIDING THAT EXIST-
ING LICENSED BUSINESSES, TRADES, PROFESSIONALS
OPERATING WITHIN THE REAL PROPERTY TO BE.
ANNEXED MAY CONTINUE SUCH BUSINESSES,
TRADES, OR PROFESSIONS THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE
BOUNDARIES OF THE TOWN OF BELL, FLORIDA,
DIRECTING THE TOWN CLERK WITHIN SEVEN DAYS OF
THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS ORDINANCE, TO FILE
CERTIFIED COPIES OF THIS ORDINANCE WITH THE
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF STATE, THE CLERK OF THE
CIRCUIT COURT OF GILCHRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA, THE
CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER OF GILCHRIST
COUNTY, FLORIDA, THE PROPERTY APPRAISER OF
GILCHRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA, THE TAX COLLECTOR
OF GILCHRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA, AND ALL PUBLIC
UTILITIES AUTHORIZED TO CONDU(T BUSINESS
WITHIN THE TOWN OF BELL, FLORIDA; PROVIDING
SEVERABILITY, REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CON-
FLICT; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
At the aforementioned meeting all interested parties may appear
and be heard with respect to the ordinance.
All persons are advised that, if they decide to appeal any
decisions made at this meeting, they will need a record of the
proceedings and, for such purpose, they may need to ensure that
a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence upon wbich the appeal is to
be based.
Pub.: June 19 & 26, 2008b
Al


Clark of Old Town; brother, Daniel
Clark of Newberry; and sisters, Sti-
san Peyton of Bradenton and Jamie
Estevez of Cross City.
Arrangements have been placed
under the care of Rick Gooding Fu-
neral Hoirie in Cross City.



Dorothy E. Gallagher
Dorothy E. Gallagher, 88, passed
away on June 10, 2008 under the
watchful and loving care of the entire
staff at Ayers Health and Rehabilita-
tion Center.
She was bom in Worchester, Mas-
sachusetts on June 10, 1920 to Ralph
and Nancy Hunt. Dorothy retired
from the Florida Department 'of
Transportation as a toll collector. She
was of the protestant faith.
She was preceded in death by her
son, Wayne Anderson; and a brother,
Ralph "Buddy" Hunt.
She is survived by two daughters,
June (Billy) Mathis, and Nancy Gal-
laaher all of Franklin, North Caro-
lina; two stepsons, Johnny (Carol)
Gallagher, of Clewiston, and Bobby
(Debbie) Gallagher of Santa Maria,
California; 12 grandchildren and sev-
eral great-grandchildren.
Arrangements were placed under
the care of Watson Funeral Home in
Trenton.


Mr. Stanley Reed
Horsley *
Mr. Stanley Reed Horsley, 55, of
Old Town passed away Sunday, June
15, 2008 at Shands at AGH.
He was bom in Tampa and he
moved to Old Town in 1987 where he
owned and operated Linda's Aquatic
Plants with his wife. His hobby was
fishing.
His brother, Melvin Horsley, pre-
ceded him in death.
He is survived by his wife, Linda
Sue Horsley of Old Town; daughters,
Stacey Lee of Chiefland, Sharon Bu-
chanan (Kenneth) of Old Town, Jen-
nie Horsley of Old Town and Char-
lene Horsley of Old Town; mother,
Rosanna McGahee of Old Town;
brothers, Arlin Horsley of Tampa,
and David Wells of Old Town; sis-
ters, Mattie Williams of Ocala, Arline
Suggs of Chiefland, Ann VanHoose
of Old Town and Vivian McBride of
Brooksville; and 13 grandchildren.-
A memorial service was held on
Wednesday, June 18, 2008 at the
Rick Gooding Funeral Home Chapel
with Reverend Cecil Hysmith offi-
ciating.
Arran-ements have been, p1aced, -
under the care of the Rick Gooding
Funeral Home in Cross City.



Mr. Charles Eugene
Johnson
Mr. Charles Eugene Johnson, 86,
of Fanning Springs died on June 10,
2008 after a long illness.
Charles was bom in Lawrenceville,
Illinois on June 11, 1921. He served
his country during WWII in the US
Marines Corp League. Mr. Johnson
moved to Fanning Springs in 2007
from Eustis. He was a retired lead
mechanic: for Eastern Airlines and
lived in the Miami area for many
years. He enjoyed RV'ing, traveling
and making trailers. I-Es time with his
family gave him themost enjoyment
in life.
He was preceded in death by his
wife, Eleanor Ruth Johnson and par-
ents, Charles and Effie Mae Johnson.
He is survived by his children,
Charles Eldon and Leslie Johnson of
Fanning Springs, Phillip Eugene and
Monica Johnson of Melbourne and


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

Open Every Tuesday
from 2pm 6pm LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
Every week: Open Mic 2 pm 3 pm
June 3 Flying Turtles String Band
June10 Backyard Pickers
June 17 Donna Stacy
June 24 Suwannee River Rats
June 7 4-H Vegetable Fair Conte and Support
our Local 4,H',,,
Farm Fresh June 21 2,ul Annual HOT Suouner Block Party
and Chili Cookoff
Produce Our Fanners are FMNP Certified -
WIC Checks Accepted
& Plants
http://www.localharvest.org/farmers-iiiarkets/Ml 7375
FMNP Checks are Now Being Accepted by our State Certified Farmers
Drop-Off location for Canned Goods for the Food Pantry
Farmers Vendors Artists Call Ellen at
352-472-7632 for more info "Bring Growers Permit
Sponsored by City of Trenton & Gilchrist County journal


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Ann Davis Meadows
Ann Davis Meadows, 75, of High
Springs, passed away on June 15,
2008 at Ayers Health and Rehabilita-
tion Center in Trenton.
Born in Hurricane, West Virginia to
Edward and Verna Davis, she moved
to this area from Putnam County in
2006.
She is survived by her son and
daughter-in-law, Mark and Rose
Meadows of High Springs; daughter,
Mika Meadows of Portsmouth, New
Hampshire; sisters, Maxine Smith
of Bowling Green, Kentucky, Vada
.Morton of Culloden, West Virginia,
brother, Bill Davis of Florissant,
Colorado; and two grandchildren,
Jennifer Meadows of.Corpus Chris-
tie, Texas, and Matthew Meadows of
Aubrey, Texas; and four great-grand-
children, Reva, Avie, Mara and Maya
Meadows, all of Texas.
Arrangements have been placed
under the care. of Hiers-Baxley Fu-
neral Services in Chiefland.


Mrs. Clora Watson
Simpson
Mrs. Clora Watson Simpson, 89,
widow of Harry H. Simpson, entered
into rest on Monday, June 9, 2008 at
Mountain Lakes Hospital in Clayton,
Georgia.'
Clo, as most everyone called her,
was born in' Gilchrist County on
November 17, 1919 to Jesse Pepher
and Julia Victoria Watson. She at-
tended schools at Forest Grove and
Newberry. Clora was a member of
the Church of Latter Day Saints and
served an 18-month Mission in San
Diego, California.
Clo worked with civil service, tak-
ing her to many states and overseas
to Korea and Japan. Returning home
to High Springs, she started working
in the High Springs Post Office. After
retirina from there she taught several
genealog classes at the University
of Florida (non-credit) and organized,
the Alachua Genealogy Society.
In addition to her parents and hus-
band, she was.preceded in death by
her brother, Aubrey Watson and sis-
ter, Doris Watson Glover.
She is survived by one nephew,
Craig Watson.
Visitation was held on Wednes-
day, June 11 At Evans-Carter Funeral
Home. Fimeral services were held on
Thursday, June 12, 2008. Graveside
service was held at Center Hill Cem-
etery in Trenton.
Arrangements were placed under
the care of Evans-Carter Funeral
Home in High Springs.


Gilchrist County
-land transactions,
Kirk M. Eppenstein to Rafaef A.''
Boothby, quitclaim deed, $37,500.00,
Lot 7 Shady Bend First Addition, on
6/9/2008.
Jackson St. Louis to Jean Charles
St. Louis, quit claim deed, $19.20.,
Lot 4 Block 13 Suwannee River Es-
tates North, on 6/9/2008.
Jackson St. Louis to Jean Charles
St. Louis, quit claim deed, $19.20,
Lot I Block 1 Suwannee River Es-
tates, on 6/9/2008.
Jackson St. Louis to Jean Charles
St. Louis, quit claim deed, $19.20,
Lot 3 Block I Suwannee River Es-
tates North, on 6/9/2008.
William S. Jones and Santa Fe Oa-
sis Land Trust to Habitat Investors
LLC, quit claim deed, $ 10.00, Lot 12
Beas Oasis, on 6/9/2008.
Charles H. Floyd and Charlotte L.
Floyd to warranty deed, $10.00, on
6/9/2008.
Kim Hope Field and Stephanie
Anne Lewandowski f/k/a Stephanie
Ann Field to Stephanie Anne Lewan-
dowski, quit'claim Seed, $10.00, on
6/9/2008.
Thomas Paul Rittenhouse to Paul
J. Rittenhouse and Clara E. Rit-
tenhouse, warranty deed, $0, Lot 4


13 Suwannee River Estates North, on
6/12/2008.
Philistin Rouzard and Gwendolyn
Dehaney Rouzard to Robert W. Sulli-
van, Sr. and Brenda J. Sullivan, war-
ranty deed, $52,000.00, Lot 1 Oak
Leaf First Addition, on 6/12/2008.
Julia E. Cole to Cole Development
and Realty LLC, warranty deed,
$10.00, Lot 34 Block B Andrews-
-Coleman Subdivision, on 6/12/2008.
Jonathan S. Kincaid to Ronald R
St. John and Marcia A. St. John, gen-
eral warranty deed, $42,500.00, on
6/12/2008.
Heidi Lee Zimmerman f/k/a Heidi
Lee f/k/a Heidi Mosher to Curtis Lee,
quit claim deed, $10.00, Lot 4 Block
15 Replat of Piedmont Co. Subdivi-
sion, on 6/13/2008.
Robert M. Rutledge to Christy R.
Sache, quit claim deed, $10.00, on
.6/13/2008.
Mike R. Kirk to Cheryl A. Baton,
quit claim deed, $ 10.00, Lot 22 Oak
Hollow North, on 6/13/2008.
C. Fred Daniel and Patricia W.
Daniel to C. Fred Daniel and Fatri-
cia W. Daniel, deed of conveyance to
trust, $10.00, Lot 5 Maureen Place,
on 6/13/2008 *
NRLL East LLC to William Da-
vis, warranty deed, $1,375.00, on
6/13/2008.


Old Time Dance at
O'Leno
Family fun for all ages! Dance con-
tra, circles and squares to live music
hosted by the Flying Turtles String
Band, on Sunday, June 22,2008 from
2 to 5 p.m. These are the dainces that
were the rage in the mid 1800s when
the town of Leno thrived. First time
dancers are welcome, a caller will
walk you through each of the dances.
The dance will be held in the 1930s
Recreation Hall located on the banks
of the Santa Fe River in O'Leno State
Park.
O'Leno State Park is located 6
miles north of High Springs on Hwy.
441.
Fees include regular park admis-
sion plus tickets: $5 for adults, $3
for children. To learn more about
the park, visit www.floridastateparks.
org/oleno.
Gilchrist
County
Journal
FAX
463-7393


NOTICE OF

LAND USE CHANGE
The City Council of the City of Fanning Springs, Florida.
proposes to amend the text of the City of Fanning Springs Com-
prehensive Plan, hereinafter referred to as the Comprehensive
Plan, as follows:
CPA 07-1, an application by City Council, and in response to an
Objections, Recommendations and Comments Report prepared
by the Florida Department of Community Affairs, dated February
1, 2008, to amend the text of the Comprehensive Plan by a4ding
a Public School Facilities Element to the Comprehensive Plar4
amending the *Intergovernmental Coordination Element of the
Comprehensive Plan to add a policy concerning coordination
with the School Board and amending the Capital Improvement
Element of the Comprehensive Plan to add public school facili-.
ties level of service standards and to amend the Five-Year Sched-
ule of Capital Improvements.
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A public hearing will be held by the City Council to consider the
enactment of an ordinance to adopt the, amendment. The public
hearing will be held on July 1, 2008 at 5:00 p.m., or as soon there-
after as the matter can be heard, in the City Council Meeting
Room, City Hall 1ocated at 17651. N.W. 90th C ourt (Suwannee
River Drive), Fanning Springs, Florida. The title of said
ordinance reads as follows:
ORDINANCE No. 67-04
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 91-06, AS
AMENDED, RELATING TO AN AMENDMENT TO THE
TEXT OF THE CITY OF FANNING SPRINGS COMPREHEN-
SIVE PLAN, PURSUANT TO APPLICATION, CPA 07-1, BY,
THE CITY COUNCIL, AND IN RESPONSE TO AN OBJEC-
TIONS, RECOMMENDATIONS AND COMMENTS REPORT
PREPARED BY THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF COMMU-
NITY AFFAIRS, DATED FEBRUARY 1, 2008, UNDER THE
AMENDMENT PROCEDURES ESTABLISHED IN SEC-
TIONS 163.3161 THROUGH 163.32,15, FLORIDA STATUTE$,
AS AMENDED; PROVIDING FOR ADDING A PUBLIC
SCHOOL FACILITIES ELEMENT TO THE.WNTREHEN-
SIVE PLAN, AMENDING THE INTERGOVERNMENTAL
COORDINATION ELEMENT OF THE COMPREHENSIVE
PLAN TO ADDA POLICY CONCERNING COORDINATION
WITH THE SCHOOLBOARD AND AMENDING THE CAPI-
TAL IMPROVEMENT -ELEMENT OF THE COMPREHEN-
SIVE PLAN TO ADD PUBLIC SCHOOL FACILITIES LEVEL
OF SERVICE STANDARDS AND TOAMEND THE FIVE-
YEAR'SCHEDULE OF CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS; PRO-
VIDING SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES
IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
This 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 continuation of this public hearing shall be announced
during the public hearing and that no ffirther notices regarding
this matter will be published.
At the aforementioned public hearing, all interested persons may
appear and be heard with respect, to the amendment and the
ordinance adopting the amendment on the date, time and place as
stated above.
Copies of the amendment and the ordinance adopting sa id
amendment are available for public inspection at the Office of the
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THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 2008


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INVITATION TO BID
PROJECT: NE 1ST STREET RESU R-
FACING AND STREETSCAP1NG
BID #: 08-3
ANNOUNCEMENT:
Notice is hereby given that bid propos-
als on the following will be received by
the City of Trenton until 5:00 pm on Fri-
day. June 27, 2008 in City I all located
at 114 N. Main St., Trenton FL, 32693.
Final bid selection will be made by the
City Commission at their July 7. 2008
Regular Meeting at 5:30 pm, or as soon
thereafter. If you have any questions,
please call 352-463-4000. Please address
all bids to: City of Trenton, 114 N. Main
Street, Trenton, FL 32693
Please submit twelve (12) copies of
the bid. Bids must be sealed and marked
with the Bid # and City of Trenton NE
1 st Street Resurfacing and Streetscaping.
City of Trenton staff may review bids
prior to their review at public hearing.
Please be advised that the City of Trenton
reserves the right to waive informalities
in any bid, to accept or reject any or all
bids in whole or in part, with or without
cause, and to accept the bid that in their
judgment will be in the best interest of the
City of Trenton.
DETAILED INFORMATION: The
plans and bid forms may be obtained
from the office of Bailey, Bishop & Lane,
Inc., 871 SW SR 47, Lake City, Florida,
during normal working hours, for a fee of
$30.00 per-project. For questions regard-
ing this information, please contact Chad
McCormick at (850) 894-1200 (cmccor-
mick@bblmail.com).
pub. June 12, 19, 2008b.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 21-2008-CA-000001
THE CIT GROUP/CONSUMER FI-
NANCE, INC.
Plaintiff,
v.
THOMAS M. DRIGGERS; HELEN H.
DRIGGERS; and all unknown parties
claiming by, through, under or against the
herein named Defendants, who are not


known to be dead or alive, whether said
unknown parties claim as heirs, devisees,
grantees, assignees, lienors, creditors,
trustees, spouses, or other claimants:
TENANT #1 and/or TENANT #2, the
parties intended to account lor the person
or persons in possession
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to
the Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated
June 3, 2008, in this cause, I will sell the
property situated in GILCHRIST County,
Florida, described as:
THE SOUTH 1/2 OF THE NW 1/4 OF
THE SE 1/4 OF THE SE 1/4 SECTION
9, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE
15 EAST, GILCHRIST COUNTY,
FLORIDA, LESS AND EXCEPT ROAD
RIGHT-OF-WAY.
SUBJECT TO AN EXISTING ROAD
OVER AND ACROSS THE EAST 18
FEET OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED'
PROPERTY; EASEMENTS, RECORD-
ED OR UNRECORDED FOR ANY'
ROAD FOR INGRESS OR EGRESS
AND PUBLIC UTILITIES OVER ANY
PART OF THE LAND.
TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN
2001 REDMAN INDUSTRIES INC.
DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE HOME
HAVING VIN NUMBER 11437809A,
TITLE NUMBER 0082923142, AND
VIN NUMBER 11437809B, TITLE
NUMBER 0082923169.
a/k/a 10149 NW 1ST AVE., BRAN-
FORD, FL 32008 at public sale, to the
highest and best bidder, for cash, at the
South door of the Gilchrist County Court-
house, Florida, at' 11:00 o'clock a.m. on
July 14, 2008.
Any person claiming an interest in the
surplus from the sale, if any, other than
the property owner as of the date of the lis
pendens must file a claim within 60 days
after the sale.
Dated at Trenton, Florida, this 3rd day
of June, 2008.
Joseph W. Gilliam
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(SEAL)
By: LAyers
Deputy Clerk
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMER-
ICAN WITH DISABILITIES ACT PER-
SONS NEEDING SPECIAL ACCOM-
MODATIONS TO PARTICIPATE IN
THIS PROCEEDING SHOULD CON-
TACT JOSEPH W. GILLIAM AT 352-
463-3170 (VOICE 352-463-3437) IN


Doctors are evaluating investigational,
medicated patches to see if they relieve pain
when applied directly to the shoulder.
Local doctors are now conducting a clinical research study
evaluating the effectiveness and safety of investigational,
medicated patches that are applied directly to the shoulder for
treating shoulder pain.
To be eligible for participation in this study, you must:
* Be 18 years of age or older, AND
* Be experiencing shoulder pain that's occurred within
the last seven days, AND
* Not have had a previous shoulder injury.
Qualified participants will receive study-related medical
evaluations and study patches at no cost. Reimbursement for
time and travel may also be provided.

For more details call (352) 490-4816
Southeast Clinical Research
1113 NW 23rd Avenue Chiefland, FL 32626
www.southeastclinical.com


Currently enrolling subjects to participate in an
Acute Sinusitis Research Study using an
investigational natural alternative to antibiotics.

If you are experiencing any of the following
symptoms, you may qualify for a study to test an
investigational drug for acute sinusitis:

Facial pain/pressure
Facial tenderness
Sinus headache
Nasal stuffiness or congestion
Post-nasal drip and/or nasal discharge

We are studying an
experimental nasal spray for If you wish to know more
the treatment of sinusitis. The
active, ingredient is a natural about this research study,
plant extract, not an antibiotic, please ask the study
To participate you must be doctor for information:
between the ages of 18-70
and must be experiencing Southeast Clinical Research
some of these symptoms. 1113 NW 23rd Avenue
As a qualified participant, you Chiefland, Florida 32626
will receive all study related
care and study medication at 352-490-4816
no charge to you.


THE GILCHRIST COUNTY COURT-
HOUSE, TRENTON, FLORIDA NO
LATERTHAN SEVEN (7) DAYS PRIOR
TO THE START OF THE PROCEED-
INGS OR WITHIN TWO (2) WORK-
ING DAYS OF YOUR RECEIPT OF'
'I IIS NOTICE TO APPEAR. PERSONS
WHOl ARE HEARING OR VOICE IM-
PAIREID CALL 1-800-955-8771 FOR
TI IH FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE.
pub. June 12, 19,2008b.

CITY OF FANNING SPRINGS
CITY COUNCIL
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the
City Council of the City of Fanning
Springs will meet in a Workshop on June
26, 2008 @ 4:00 PM. at 17651 NW 90th
Ct. Fanning Springs, FL.
The Agenda is:
1. Budget Workshop
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE
Pursuant to Florida Statutes 286.0105
that if a person decides to appeal any
decision made by the City Council with
respect to any matter considered at such
meeting he/she may need to ensure that
a verbatim record of the proceedings is
made. Which record includes the testi-
mony and evidence upon which the ap-
peal is to be based.
DATED this 9th day of June, 2008
By Sheila Watson, City Clerk,
,City of Fanning Springs, Florida.
Pub. June 19, 2008b.


TOWN OF BELL
3240 W. Railroad Lane
Bell, Florida 32619
352-463-6288
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Bell
Town Council will hold a special meeting
on Thursday, June 19, 2008 at 6:00 p.m.
at the Bell Town Hall, located aed at 3240 W.
Railroad Lane, Bell, Florida.
AGENDA
SPECIAL MEETING
June 19, 2008 6:00 p.m. Town Hall
A. Call to order
B. Invocation Flag
C. Business
1. Review the 2008-09 FRDAP Ap-
plication #A09147 Land Acquisi-
tion.
2. Accept the review nominations for
Vacant Councilmember position.
3. 2008 Christmas Parade Joy of
Christmas theme.
D. Adjourn
Pub. June 19, 2008b


NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF AN
ORDINANCE
BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE
CITY OF FANNING SPRINGS,
FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
an ordinance amending Ordinance 91-
06, as amended, entitled City of Fanning
Springs Comprehensive Plan, which
title hereinafter appears will be consid-
ered for enactment by the City Council
of the City of Fanning Springs, Florida,
at a public hearing, July 1, 2008 at 5:00
p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter
can be heard, in the City Council Meeting
Room. City"Hall o1'6dt 6Yff- 1651 N:W.
90th CO'Uirti tSu" annee Rier Drive), Fin-
ning Springs, Florida. A copy of said
ordinance may be inspected by any mem-
ber of the public at the Office of the City


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90th Court (Suwannee River Drive),
Fanning Springs, Florida, during regular
business hours. On the date, time and
place first above mentioned, all interested.
persons may appear and be heard with re-
spect to the ordinance.
ORDINANCE NO. 07-04
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING OR-
DINANCE NO. 91-06, AS AMENDED,
RELATING TO AN AMENDMENT
TO THE TEXT OF THE CITY OF
FANNING SPRINGS COMPREHEN-
SIVE PLAN, PURSUANT TO APPLI-
CATION, CPA 07-1, BY THE CITY
COUNCIL, AND IN RESPONSE TO
AN OBJECTIONS, RECOMMENDA-
TIONS AND COMMENTS REPORT
PREPARED BY THE FLORIDA DE-
PARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AF-
FAIRS, DATED FEBRUARY 1, 2008,
UNDER THE AMENDMENT PRO-
CEDURES ESTABLISHED IN SEC-
TIONS 163.3161 THROUGH 163.3215,
FLORIDA STATUTES, AS AMENDED;
PROVIDING FOR ADDING A PUB-
LIC SCHOOL FACILITIES ELEMENT
TO THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN,
AMENDING THE INTERGOVERN-
MENTAL COORDINATION ELEMENT
OF THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN TO
ADD A POLICY CONCERNING CO-
ORDINATION WITH THE SCHOOL
BOARD AND AMENDING THE CAPI-
TAL IMPROVEMENT ELEMENT OF
THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN TO
ADD PUBLIC SCHOOL FACILITIES
LEVEL OF SERVICE STANDARDS
AND TO AMEND THE FIVE-YEAR
SCHEDULE OF CAPITAL IMPROVE-
MENTS; PROVIDING SEVERABIL-
ITY; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES
IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE
This public hearing may be continued
to one or more future dates. Any inter-
ested party shall be advised that the date,
time and place of any continuation of this
public hearing shall be announced dur-
ing this public hearing and that no further
notices regarding this matter will be pub-
lished.
All persons are advised that, if they de-
cide to appeal any decisions made at this
public hearing, they will need a record of
the proceedings and, for such purpose,
they may need to ensure that a verba-
tim record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is to be
based.
Pub. June 19, 2008b

NOTICE
The Early Learning Coalition of the
Nature Coast Administrative Committee,
representing Citrus, Dixie, Gilchrist,
Levy and Sumter Counties, is scheduled
to meet on Wednesday, June 25, 2008 at
9:00 a.m., at the Early Learning C6alition
of the Nature Coast main office, 1564 N.
Meadowcrest Blvd, Crystal River, FL.
34429. Please contact Coalition staff at
352-563-9939 if you have any questions.
Public participation is welcome.
pub. June 19, 2008b.



The St i.annec Riner Eo.nonrmic Coun-
cil, Inc. Board of Directors will hold
a meeting of the Board of Directors on
Monday, June 30, 2008, 7:00 P.M. at the
Suwannee River Economic Council. Inc..


Senior Center in Live Oak, Florida.
Pub. June 19, 2008b.

NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF
ORDINANCE
BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE
TOWN OF BELL, FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
an ordinance, which title hereinafter ap-
pears, will be considered for enactment
by the Town Council of the Town of Bell,
Florida, at a public hearing on July 10,
2008 at 6:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as
the matter can be heard, in the Town Hall,
located at 3240 West Railroad Lane, Bell,
Florida. Copies of said ordinance may be
inspected by any member of the public at
the Office of the Town Clerk, Town Hall,
located at 3240 West Railroad Lane, Bell,
Florida, during regular business hours.
On the date, time and place first above
mentioned, all interested persons may ap-
pear and be heard with respect to the or-
dinance. The title of said ordinance reads,
as follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 2008-05
AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF
BELL, FLORIDA, RELATING TO VOL-
UNTARY ANNEXATION; MAKING
FINDINGS; ANNEXING TO AND IN-
CLUDING WITHIN THE BOUNDAR-
IES OF THE TOWN OF BELL, FLOR-
IDA, CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY
LOCATED IN GILCHRIST COUNTY,
FLORIDA, WHICH IS REASONABLY
COMPACT, AND CONTIGUOUS TO
THE BOUNDARIES OF THE TOWN
OF .BELL, FLORIDA; REDEFINING
THE BOUNDARIES OF THE TOWN
OF BELL, FLORIDA; PROVIDING
FOR LAND USE CLASSIFICATION
OF THE REAL PROPERTY TO BE AN-
NEXED; PROVIDING THAT EFFEC-
TIVE JANUARY 1, 2009, THE REAL
PROPERTY TO BE ANNEXED SHALL
BE ASSESSED FOR PAYMENT OF
MUNICIPAL AD VALOREM TAXES
AND BE SUBJECT TO ALL GENER-
AL AND SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS;
PROVIDING THAT EXISTING LI-
CENSED BUSINESSES, TRADES, OR
PROFESSIONS OPERATING WITHIN
THE REAL PROPERTY TO BE AN-
NEXED MAY CONTINUE SUCH
BUSINESSES, TRADES, OR PRO-
FESSIONS THROUGHOUT THE EN-
TIRE BOUNDARIES OF THE TOWN
OF BELL, FLORIDA; DIRECTING
THE TOWN CLERK WITHIN SEVEN
DAYS OF THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF
THIS ORDINANCE, TO FILE CERTI-
FIED COPIES OF THIS ORDINANCE
WITH THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT
OF STATE, THE CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURT OF GILCHRIST COUN-
TY, FLORIDA, THE CHIEF ADMINIS-
TRATIVE OFFICER OF GILCHRIST
COUNTY, FLORIDA, THE PROPERTY
APPRAISER OF GILCHRIST COUN-


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IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN
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The public hearing may be continued
to one or more future dates. Any inter-
ested party shall be advised that the date,
time and place of any continuation of the
public hearing shall be announced dur-
ing the public hearing and that no further
notice concerning the matter will be pub-
lished.
All persons are advised that, if they de-
cide to appeal any decisions made at the
public hearing, they will need a record of
the proceedings and, for such purpose,
they may need to ensure that a verba-
tim record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is to be
based.
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Bell Mini Storage, pursuant to, the
provisions of the Florida "Self-Storage
Facility Act" (Fla. Stat. 83.801-83.809)
hereby gives Notice of Sale under said
Act, to wit:
On Saturday, June 28, 2008, at Bell
Mini Storage, US Highway 129, Bell,
Florida, at 10:00 o'clock a.m., Scott
Akins, owner will conduct a Sale by
Auction to the highest bidder over which
is owed on the contents of the space
rented by:
Pamela Colson
Edward Forsyth
Olene Hallmark
Kristi Layton
Russel Manz
Marilyn Page
Johnny W. Peth
Dione Privett
Holly Riggs
Matt Spencer
Shawna Thomas
Brenda Thomas
Mary Watkins
Penny L. Wesley
Troy Whitley
consisting of personal and household
items.
This sale is being made to satisfy a
statutory lien.
Dated this 10th day of June, 2008.
Bell Mini Storage
Scott Akins
Owner
PO Box 260
Bell, Florida 32619
(352) 463-6859
Pub. June 19, 26. 2008b.


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THUIRSDAY. JUNE 19.2008


SAutobobiles I

2000 E-150 FORD VAN: 203K miles,
new rebuilt transmission, 4 new tires,
new battery, $3,200. 352-472-3368.
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Mega Yard Sale Saturday, June 28, 07.
7:00 AM Until ??? 1107 SW 6th Avenue,
Trenton. 463-0312. EVERYTHING must
go Make an offer.
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AMERICAN LEGION AUXILLARY
UNIT 91 YARD SALE: 709 NE 2nd
Ave., Trenton. 8am-12pm, Saturday, June
21, proceeds support American Legion
programs.
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' Gilchrist
County
Journal 4
FAX
b 463-7393 4


SLo s t & F o u n d .

LOST GRADUATION CAP: My name
is Anne Hoovler; we tossed our caps into
the air after graduation at Trenton High
School and I was unable to find mine. My
name is inside the cap. Please call 463-
9077 if you have any information. Thank
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Pets & Suppil

ISHIH TTZU PUTPS: 1 hblackl m


white spot, 1 grey, black, brown and
white male, very fluffy. $300. 727-452-
3174 cell or 463-0047.
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"For Sale

SUGAR KETTLE: 60 gallon, $300
firm. Call 352-214-3453.
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GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


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C LAS 0 MINSIFIEIONAL WORDS
. CLASSIFIED ADS $5.50 MINIMUM FOR 20 WORDS. 10 CENTS EACH ADDITIONAL WORD.


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FRESH GEORGIA
Now taking 'orders, 251b
peaches, $12; or 251b
, peaches, $13. For pickup
ies June 28 or Sunday, June 2
Call Jerry Fulford at 352
ela with 352-498-5892.


PEACHES:
freestone ripe
freestone #2
on Saturday,
29. 3 to 6 pm.
2-356-1801 or

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JUNE SPECIAL: Inventory reduction
sale, everything reduced 20% for the
month of June. Buy now and save. Many
varieties, shade trees, flowering trees,
knockout roses, blueberries, blackberries,
mayhaw trees, annuals and perennials.
Allen's Nursery, Old Town, Hwy 55A,
Hrs 9-5 M-Sat. 542-7284 or 356-0288.
4tb,6-5-6-26

VEHICLE LIFT for Electric Scooter for
van. $600. Call 535-7653.
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2-MAN AUGER: Gasoline, Honda
engine, 8" & 12" drills. Good condition.
$450. Call 221-0363 or 463-8605 leave
message.
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Dairy Goats-Kids /yearlings/milkers-
$100 up. Fresh milk daily and Colostrum
available. Non medicated Large brown
eggs. BBQ bucks 352-213-4319.
1Otb,5-8-7-10


Series


SCRAPBOOKING: Done in my home.
Please call for further information. 386-


935-3766.


FOR QUALITY LAWN
NANCE call Chuck 463-65


LOVING CARING GR
ER: Will do babysitting
Daytime only. 6am-6pm. 3


Services

BABYSITTER/NANNY: 5 years exp.,
40-hr child care classes, any time, any
age, your home. 352-221-4354.
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CLEANING: Commercial or residen-.
tial. It's my job, it pays my bills. Lic.
Bonded. Cleaning products supplied. De-
tailed work. Affordable rates. Reliable.
17 years in the business. References.
Monthly, Weekly, Bi-weekly. Call Marci
at 386-965-5617.
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WHOLESALE METAL ROOFS: Save
Money... Drywall hanging, texturing,
metal studs. CBC058489 CCC1326066.
352-535-7680.
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HOME BUILDER: Quality homes built
on your lot. Visit our sales & design cen-
ter at 26761 SE Hwy- 19, Old Town; open
Mon-Fri 10am-5pm. Lifetime Homes
(CBC017140) 352-542-8416.
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JERRY WILKS FILL DIRT SER-
VICE: Fill dirt, driveways, topsoil,
demolition, limerock, land clearing.
(352) 493-3137 (day) or (352) 463-6111
(night)
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TREE REMOVAL & DEMOLITION
WORK: Mobile homes and houses re-
moved. For a Free Estimate Call Johnny
Wesley with Wesley Sanitation at 352-
226-3005.
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PRESSURE WASHING, PAINT-
3tb,6-12-6-26 ING, DECK & PATIO BUILDING
and HOME REPAIRS & IMPROVE-
N MAINTE- MENT: Reasonable prices, dependable,
503. insured and professional. Shamrock Ser-
9tp,6-5-7-31 vices, 352-463-1212 day or evening and
weekends.


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t32) 463-/3u rAAX E-mail: trokerealty@aol.com www.troKereatyymc.com
730 E. Wade Street (SR-26) Trenton, Florida 32693
-- QUALITY-BUILT HOMES NOW AVAILABLE --
CUSTOM BRICK-BUILT HOME & ACREAGE NEAR BEAL: 3 BR/2 BA: Outstanding brick home, on landscaped 9.97-acre property (located about
3/4-mile from the Suwannee, near Wannee). Upgrades throughout inside, including fireplace, custom shelving, wood floors, gourmet kitchen (w/top-line
appliances) & more. Also has a 46x40 garage/workshop bldg. (w/space for horse livestock) -call/email Barabara for details...$374,900.
Reduced (From $339,000)--BIG BRICK HOME ON ACREAGE IN NORTH GILCHRIST: 3 BR/2 BA: Very nice, on a landscaped, treed 9.2-acres
near Suwannee at Little Lake City. Has over 2,300 inside sqft., with full garage, enclosed pole barn & outbuilding-call Barbara for full info...$324,900.
Reduced (From $295,000 each)--RECENTLY BUILT, SPACIOUS CB/S HOMES NEAR TRENTON: 3 BR/2 BA (each): Side-by-side, pasture 2-acre
tracts, these 2006 CB/Stucco-built homes have over 2,500 inside sqft of comfort, along with 2-car detached garage, big/open greatroom & family room,
tiled kitchen & dining area (and breakfast nook), and lots more, with paved frontage within 2 miles of town...Seller motivated...$249,900 (each).
SPACIOUS HOME ON ACREAGE IN EAST GILCHRIST: 3 BR/2.5 BA: Well-built frame home, over 2300 inside sqft. of comfort, on a comer 5-acre
tract near SR-26/CR-337. Property has workshop bldg., RV-sized carport (w/hookups); inside has bonus room (could be 4th BR), real wood cabinetry in
kitchen w/breakfast bar, and lots more; call/email Barbara or office for full information...$229,900.
Reduced (From $225,000)--COUNTRY ACREAGE & HOME NEAR BELL: 3 BR/2 BA: Lots of large oak & pine provide plenty of shade, for 1660
sqft. CBS home and 8.7-acre tract, located near US-129. Home has spacious living room (w/fireplace), large kitchen/dining area, roomy BR's & more;
property also has 2-level pole barn...$209,900.
WELL-KEPT HOME AT NICE TRENTON NEIGHBORHOOD: 3 BR/2 BA: Over 1900 sqft. of living space, for this remodeled frame/CB home,
landscaped, in town. Has spacious living/dining area, bonus room, fireplace, full kitchen w/china cabinetry, & more...Sellers VERY motivated...$174,900.
NEWLY-BUILT HOME, CLOSE TO RIVER IN DIXIE CO.: 3 BR/2 BA: Brand new frame-built home, on wooded, private one-acre tract near Old
Town. Has open greatroom/dining area, with wood cabinetry for kitchen, fireplace, metal roofing, and 1-car garage attached...great location...$139,900.
NEW FRAME-BUILT HOME IN TRENTON: 3 BR/2 BA: Well constructed frame/hardyplank home, at nice neighborhood in town. Has high ceilings,
lots of kitchen cabinetry, his/her closets in main BR. Could be eligible for "SHIP" program...$99,999.
Reduced (From $98,000)--FRAME 2-STORY HOME ON WOODED ACRES: 2 BR/2 BA: Couple of large oaks dominate this secluded 3.31-acre
property, located close to Old Town near US-19/Chavous Road, with 'fixer-upper' Frame/stucco home all property & contents being sold in 'as is'
condition by Seller...$79,900.
--COMMERCIAL/MULTI-ZONED PROPERTY NOW FOR SALE--
SOLID OLDER-FRAME HOME, CLOSE TO DOWNTOWN: 3 BR/2 BA: Well-kept 'cracker'-style frame/stone home for sale, with over 1600 sqft.,
including brick fireplaces and large front porch. Located on 67x 150 tract in Trenton, property also has commercial-zoning possibilities--call or email to our
office, for full details...$149,900.
COMMERCIALLY-ZONED TRACT IN TRENTON: A .83-acre tract, with 144' of frontage along busy SR-26 at East end of Trenton; has possibility
for commercial use--call Jean at office for details...$112,500.
MULTI-RESIDENTIAL LOTS IN TRENTON: Four side-by-side lots (total size of 170x160), has zoning allowing for multi apartments with city,
located near to US-129 south of downtown. Great investment opportunity for right Buyer--call/email for info...$100,000.
-- MANUFACTURED HOMES ON THE MARKET --
Reduced (From $174,900)--5-ACRE TRACT, WITH 2 M/HOMES & MORE: 6 BR/5 BA (total): Five pasture acres at end of country drive, with two
3 BR/2 BA manufactured homes, and large frame-bit. Rec-room/workshop building. Has over 2,300 inside sqft. of total living space, and nice extras
include wheelchair-ramp access, sun porch, landscaping/irrigation & more-located just west of Trenton off CR-341...$162,900.
WOODED 5-ACRES fz LIKE-NEW MANUFACTURED: 2 BR/2 BA: 2005 24x44 M/Home in showroom condition, split-plan with large
greatroom/kitchen. On an under-brushed 5-acre tract, with perimeter fencing, located just north of Bell; also has 2-vehicle car cover & more...$136,000.
COUNTRY ACREAGE & SPACIOUS M/HOME: 3 BR/2 BA: Well-kept 27x56 manufactured, with pole barn, fenced horse area, large rooms inside.
Located at quiet, wooded 4.18-acres in No. Gilchrist (close to Suwannee/Santa Fe rivers)...$124,900.
WELL-KEPT M/HOME & WORKSHOP IN TOWN: 3 BR/2.5 BA: Very nice, roomy 28x48 1990 Manufactured Home, with 14x30 attached bonus
room, and 26x30 pole barn/workshop, all on landscaped/fenced 2 lot tract at Ayers Estate. Owner has put in new carpeting/MH skirting...$79,900.
NEAT/CLEAN, SPACIOUS M/HOME NEAR FANNING: 3 BR/2 BA: 1990 24x58 Manufactured on open 100x300 tract, with paved frontage along
CR-346A (close to US-19). Has roomy living, family & dining rooms, lots of cabinetry in kitchen & more...Ownez-financing possible (20% down
payment, 9.5% yearly interest, 20-year loan term)...$78,900.
Reduced (From $74,900)--UNIQUE M/HOME NEAR BRONSON & ARCHER: 2 BR/2 BA: 24x48 Home, w/attached 2-car garage/workshop,
bonus-room & screened porch. Located on a one-acre tract, at University Oaks S/D, in NE Levy (short drive to Gainesville/Alachua Co...$69,900.
WELL-KEPT M/HOME, CLOSE TO US-19 IN NW LEVY: 3 BR/2 BA: A 2001 31x48 Manufactured Home, on a 150x200 tract, located nearby US-19
in-between Fanning Springs & Chiefland. Owner selling property in 'as is' condition, but is motivated to sell...$64,900.
Reduced (From $62,500)--AFFORDABLE, WELL-KEPT M/HOME ON WOODED ACRE: 2 BR/1.5 BA: Neat/clean 14x56, on acre property with
paved frontage near Bronson. Has all appliances for kitchen/utility-area, two-car metal carport, outbuilding, and large oaks. Priced to sell!!...$59,900.
PRICED TO SELL!! MANUFACTURED HOME EAST OF TRENTON: 2 BR/I BA: Decently-kept, neat & clean 14x48 M/Home, on .33/acre lot
near to Water's Lake. Has front & back wood-frame attachments, outbuildings & more...$45,000.
-- LOTS & ACREAGE PROPERTIES ON MARKET --
Just Reduced (From $125,000)--15.5 ACRES COUNTRY ACREAGE NEAR TRENTON: A 15.52-acre tract available, located nearby SR-47 about
10 miles from town. Property has some 'as is' improvements, including full fence/gated entry, well & septic system & outbuildings; call/email for
details...Owner motivated...$99,900.
44 ACRES--PAVED FRONT, IN EAST GILCHRIST: Quality larger acreage tract, mix of woods & pasture along CR-337...$499,900.
SUWANNEE RIVERFRONT ACREAGE: Naturally-wooded 5-acre tract, w/250' frontage along the river, North of Bell...$169,900.
20 ACRES NORTH OF BELL: Rural, secluded 20-acre tract, just north of Bell and near to US-129; call/email to Barbara for details...$149,900.
9.73 ACRES--TWO 9+ ACRE TLRACTS--CLOSE TO RIVER, NW OF BELL: Two side-by-side wooded 9.73-acre tract (one w/some improvements),
near to the Suwannee off CR-340...$99,000 (improved)/$89,900 (unimproved).
5-ACRE TRACTS AVAILABLE: Six tracts available in Gilchrist & North Levy, a, mix of wooded & pasture...starting from $51,900 (unimproved);
$77,900 (with well & septic).
LOTS FROM HALF TO ONE-ACRE TRACTS--We have a variety of city lots & half-acre to one-acre tracts available, all located in the Gilchrist/Levy
County area-check with our office for the full details/locations...Single acre tracts start from $12,500 (Bell); and 1/2-acre Silver Oaks S/D tracts
starting at $34,900 (in Fanning Springs)
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:


~MLS


Jim or Jean Troke
(386) 935-3357


Paul Troke
(352) 221-2999


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Services

DIXIE MONUMENTS/OLD TOWN,
FL: Toll Free 1-877-542-3432. Hwy-
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Crabb Church NE 512 Avenue (behind
church) 1/2 mile on right. Many col-
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NEED A BILINGUAL SAL
SON: To sell used cars, 6 da
English/Spanish fluently. 35:
Tracy.


NEED A GOOD MECHAN1
used cars. Must be able to w
weekly. 352-246-1881 Tracy.


NEED A DEPENDABLE
PERSON to clean used car
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GASTONS TREE SERVICE, LLC, is
seeking heavy equipment operator. Must
have valid class A or B CDL. Full-time
year-round employment with excellent
pay & benefits. Contact 352-378-5801,
ext. 4.
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RN, FT or PT 7-3/3-11: Excellent sign-
on bonus and shift differentials. Tri-
County Nursing Home, 7280 SW SR-26,
Trenton, FL 352-463-1222 EOE/DFWP
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WANTED: Good men willing to work in
.IC: New construction industry. Need 50-100 men
:ensed and 18 years of age and older, drug and alco-
'2453. Call hol free, willing to work long term. Posi-
tions will pay $50K to $100K per year.
tfnb,11-25 $1K per week. These positions require a
clean record that will require a passport.
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Great Get-A-Way in Camp Azalea a PRICEREDUCEDi Owner motivated!
Suwannee Riverfront Community. Beautiful & well'.niiitahined doublbe&-
Great Fishing and Hunting area. There wide mobile home in a great subdivi--
is a boat ramp just down the street so sion. Conveniently located. Come see-
bring your boat. You can also fish in the you will love it!! $65,000 (LMH-
backyard, there is a pond. $49,500 757716-RH) 493-2221
(LMH-758769-K) 352-493-2221




On the outskirts of Suwannee you will
3 Beautiful Acres w/ All The Improve- find this nice lbd/lba SW MH. The
ments on a Paved Street This property home has 12 X 24 screened porch, over
has a 12' X 38', 1 bedroom/I bath with a 800 SF room under home that could
covered deck and roof over that you can easily be converted to living space,
live in while you build your house or set carport w/workshop and more. $98,000
up your mobile home. The other (DMH-756230-JW) 463-6144
features are a 24' X 24' ,
garage/workshop, storage shed, 2 wells,
carport, fish cleaning area and more.
$78,000 (DMH-757994-JW) 463-6144


Want Privacy? cou will find it in this 2
story home on 7.6 acres that is only a
stones throw from the Suwannee River.
This home features wood cabinets, red
Beautiful 2006 MH on 4.85 Ac. This oak and ceramic tile flooring, down stairs
home has over 1900 SF with all the has been framed in for 2 more bedrooms
upgrades, tape & textured walls, crown and a bath and much more. This is a must
molding, ultimate kitchen package.w/ see. $230,000 (DR-757350-JW) 463-
SS appliances, claw foot tub, walk-in 6144
closets, fireplace and more. Close to the
Suwannee River, Shopping, Gulf of Call For More Listinfgs!
Mexico & New Hospital. $189,500
(DMH-758269-JW) 542-9007


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Science Instructors High School
- Dual Enrollment. District Wide.
Minimum Qualifications: BA Degree
from an accredited institution and
Florida Certification covering High
School Science (or eligible). Preferred
Qualifications: Eligible to teach in Dual
Enrollment program MA Degree and
18 graduate hours in Biological Science,
Chemistry, Physics, or related area.
Instructor, Music / Band Trenton High
School. BA Degree from an accredited
institution and Florida Certification
covering Music (or eligible). High School
Band experience preferred.
Instructor, Physical Education w/
Coaching Bell Middle/High School.BA
Degree from an accredited institution and
Florida Certification covering Physical
Education. Preferred Qualifications:
Athletic Coaching Endorsement with
Health K-12 Certification.


Instructor, Spanish District Wide BA
Degree from an accredited institution and
Florida. Certification covering Foreign
Language Spanish (or eligible).
Instructor, Physical Education w/
coaching District Wide. BA Degree
from an accredited institution and
Florida Certification covering Physical
Education. Coaching duties required.
Certification/Endorsement in Health K-
12 required.
Maintenance Worker Journey Level.
District Wide. High School Diploma or
equivalent. Three years of experience in
building maintenance and/or A/C service.
Must have EPA Universal Certification
for HVAC.
Substitute Teachers High School
Diploma or Equivalent. Contact the
District Office for an application and
more information.
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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 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,
or eligible for Florida certification. Once
approved, highly qualified substitutes
would be eligible for substituting at $130
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Natalie Rankin Licensed Real Estate Broker
1310 North Main Street Bell, Florida 32619
Office: (352) 463-9001 Toll Free: (888) 463-9001 Fax: (352) 463-9008


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Charming 3BR/2BA DWMH nestled on 10 pretty acres. Features include
split floor plan, screened porch, fenced & cross fenced, large metal storage
building/carport and 5 additional tarpaulin sheds offer many storage options.
MLS#759208 $209,900


G ./iuingnFacility,stBed &
Bra S possibilities for the 3 Bsutifl homes
4 c m in-ground pool, and office situated on 28+
fce ncd hose ready acres, MLS#756840 S895.000


Great corner lot in the city limits of Trenton is the site for this remodeled Affordable 1999 3BRI2BA doublewide mobile home on 1.03 acres. Hoi
1994 3BR/IBA concrete block home. Features include a bay window, has 1320sq.f. and features 10x20 covered porch and an Sxl0 tear deck
laminate wood and tile flooring, fenced back yard, and the many enjoy the outdoors. Exterior features include an RV septic, fenced yard a
conveniences of living in town. MLS#TBD $131,000.00 a workshop with power. MLS#759188


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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 llth Avenue, Trenton, FL
32693
(352) 463-3200.
Application may be downloaded at:
www.gilchristschools.org/Personnel.
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positions are filled.
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ROOMMATE WANTED to share large
mobile home on 5 acres. No smokers, no
drugs, no drunks. Pets maybe, but NO
cats. Very private, on dirt road. $600/mo.
727-452-3174 cell.
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Apartments

718 NE 7th Place #905
Trenton, FL 32693

Now Accepting Applications
2, & 3BR HC and
non-HC apartments.

Rental assistance may
be available. 352-463-7106,
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R/2 BA MOBILE HOME on 5 acres.
00 sqft. 2 living rooms, dining room,
in kitchen, washroom, no pets, very
luded. References. $1,600 move-in,
0/mo. 727-452-3174 cell.


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2 BR/1 BA MOBILE HOME: On pri-
vate 1 acre, very secluded, near Rock
Bluff and Bob's Water Park. $500/mo.,
$500 deposit. 352-246-1881 Tracy.
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MULTIPLE LISTINGS: Tri-County
Area, 4 BR/2 BA brick house, Old Town,
$900/mo. 2 BR/1 BA house, Trenton,
$700/mo. 1 BR/1 BA trailer, Old Town,
$450/mo. 352-486-2154; 352-463-0456;
352-317-8750.
4tb,6-19-7-10

BOAT, SWIM, FISH, SKI: From your
own vacation house on the Suwannee,
Fanning Springs. Nice,. fully furnished,
$700 per week. 352-486-2154 or 352-
317-8750.
4tb,6-19-7-10

Brand new 2BR/2BA apartment in
Bell. $675/month garbage and water ser-
vices included. Dish Network available.
First & $500 Security due to move in. 12
month lease available. Call Hometown
Realty of North FL, Inc. at 352-463-9001
for application.
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OFFICE SPACE: Approx. 720 sqft,
Hwy-26 east at Wilson Mobile Homes.
Call 352-463-2156.
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352* 463* 8340
Dixie Gilchrist Levy Board of Realtors and Multiple Listing Service
P. 0. Box 8 Bell, Florida 32619 E-Mail: tcrealty@bellsouth.net
www.TownandCountrvRealtyOnline.com
ESTATE SALE 3 BR 2.5 BA Suwannee River home on high rocked
bank, 2736 total sq ft, loft, above-ground pool, 0.74 acre, Bell, $450,000.
MLS 759173
10 ACRES comer, oaks, Bell, $109,900. MLS 752677
40 ACRES frontage on 2 roads, Bell, $450,000. MLS 754588
5.42 ACRES well, septic, power, 28x44 garage, Old Town, $97,000.
MLS 759012
2.27 ACRES -Bell, $36,500. MLS 755088
20 ACRES well, septic, power, unfinished 2200 sq ft house, Branford,
$200,000. MLS 756842


kSTER Deen Lancaster Realty, Inc.
.TY 1431 E Wade Street
Trenton, FL 32693


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MLS#758681 $429,000


2006 UWMH on b Acres,
BR/2BA, spacious home w/
fireplace,, MLS#756965
$139,900


D. Deen Lancaster, Broki
Cell: (352) 665-1411
Email: lancasterrealty@bellsou


nee, with well, septic & power
pole, Pole Barn, MLS#755483
$195,000


FISHERMAN'S PARAOISEI
3BR/2BA on canal, many pluses
with this home! MLS#752474
$249,900


Home on 5 Acres, gourmet
kitchen, 2,322 htd. sq. ft.,.
MLS#755811 $389,900


2004 RANCH STYLE CB
home on 2 Acres, 3BR/2BAW/
pole barn, 1CG & more!
MLS#756764 $160,000 |


2002 RANCH Style, 5 acres, GORGEOUS 3BR/2BA, city of LARGE DWMH 4BR/3BA in HORSE FARM 3BR/3BAin
3BR/2 1/2BA, spacious, 2 Car Trenton, pool, majestic Oaks, Bell, 1 acre (mol), 2, 356 htd. sq. Bell, 9.11 Acres, fenced & X-
carport, beautiful, $249,900 2,240 htd, sq. ft., $205,900 ft., $105,000 MLS# 758986 A fenced, landscaped,
MLS#7456597 MLS#758869 Must see! $299,000 MLS# 758542
1 ACRE in Bronson...$17,900 MLS#752318 17.89 ACRES in Trenton, not buildable,
5 ACRES in Trenton...$59,900 MLS#753462 $59,900 MLS#753163
314 ACRE in Fanning...$15,500 MLS#754778 20 ACRES SR 47...$220,000 MLS#757748
5.63 ACRES in Bell...$55,000 MLS#756535 10 ACRES in Bronson...$125,000 *
r 1/4 ACRE in Bronson...$12,000 MLS#758325 MLS#757509
ith.net 2.44 ACRES in Old Town...$39,900 20 ACRES in Chiefland...$170,000
th MLS#758964 MLS#758583


L. Frank Grant Realty
L. Frank Grant
LIC. REAL ESTATE BROKER
701 NE 1st Avenue, Trenton, FL 32693
352-463-2817 FAX (352) 463-7063 "OTMiM
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We List To Sell! 1. 5L
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MLS#755054
Four 5-acre tracts Planted pines,
between Newberry & Trenton,
zoned for home or mobile home.
Priced at $79,900 each.

MLS#752196 $99,900
5 Acres-SE 71st Place
Street to Street, SE 70th St.
Several nice home sites, scattered
oaks, zoned for home or M/home,
Trenton School District.
MLS#758939 -
Emerald Farms
NW 91st Street
5 acres, fenced, wooded, nice
home sites. Only $65,900.


MLS#755053
3.02 acres Between Newberry &
Trenton Planted Pines
Priced...$79,900
MLS#754309
1269 NW 55th Avenue Bell
9.55 ac homesite, 4" well, septic,
power.pole, 16x36 shelter.
$140,000 Reduced to $129,000.

MLS#758331 $319,000
Just off of CR-339 Levy County;
2 BR/1 BA brick trim home, 5
acres, fenced, w/ex-large metal
work-shop 30x50 w/concrete
floors. Shown by "appointment
only" with 24-hour notice.


LOTS & ACREAGE
.18 Acre Lot, Riverwalk $49,900
.23 Acres, Bell City Limits $30,000
.27 Acre, W/S, River Access $27,500
.46 Acres, Ira Bea Oasis $20,500
.95 Acres, Bell City Limits $29,000
.5 Acre Lot, CR 342 $20,000
1 Acre, Suw Riv Estates $12,900
1 Acre, Buck Bay $55,000
2 Acres, Dividable $45,000
2 Acres, Pvd Rd. $39,900
2 Acres, W/S/P, Dividable $49,900
2 Acres, Commercial, US 129 $179,900
2.08 Acres, Close to Rivers $35,000
2.67 Acres, Scattered Oaks $49,000
2.9 Acres, Santa Fe River $215,000
3 Acres, W/S/P $39,900
3.17 Acres, Private $35,900
4.04 Acres, Suwannee River $185,000
5..5 Acres, Planted Pines: $56,900
5 Acres, Dividable, Trenton $78,500
5 Acres, Frame Home & Barns $84,900
5 Acres, Close to Rivers $59,400
5 Acres, 1973 DWMH $65,000
6.24 Acres, Private $70,000
7.94 Acres, US 129, Bell $79,900
9.37 Acres, Paved CR 341 $125,000
9.5 Acres, CR340 W/S/P $136,000
9 Acres, Bell $59,900
10 Acres, N Gilchrist $99,000
14 Acres, Pines & Oaks $117,900
17.18 Acres, N Gilchrist $160,000
19 Acres, CR 341 $160,000
19.20 Acres, 1/1 Cottage $284,900
20 Acres, Planted Pines $132,000
20 Acres, Paved US Hwy 129 $290,000
20 Acres, CR 236 $279,000
20 Acres, Cleared $160,000
20 Acres, Wooded $149,000
20 Acres, row crops $255,000
20 Acres, US Hwy 129 $210,000
20 Acres, Planted Pines $150,000
20 Acres, W/S/P, Pole Barn $170,000
26 Acres, CR 337 E. Gilchrist $340,000
28 Acres, Nicely Treed $336,000
29 Acres, Bell $191,400
38 Acres, CR 341 $328,000
40 Acres, W/S/P, Pole Barn $320,000
40 Acres, Bell $469,000
53 Acres, Cleared, Canal Frontage $425,000
70 Acres, Paved Rd. & Cleared $700,000
77 Acres, Paved Rd, CR 236 $859,000


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17.5 acre farm for sale in
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(Bell) FL off Hwy 129.
3 acres blueberries / 11.5
planted pines. 1,760+ sq ft
3BR / 2B, peace & quiet
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1/2 ACRE NEWBERRY AREA: Beau-
tifully wooded lot, just off paved street,
convenient to Gainesville, owner financ-
ing, no down payment, only $180/mo.
$17,500. 352-215-1018.
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5 ACRES TRENTON: Beautifully
wooded. Convenient to Gainesville.
Owner financing. No down payment.
Only $719/mo. $69,900. (352) 665-2496
or (352) 215-1018.
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BEAUTIFUL WOODED: 5 acre tracts.
lligh and dry, deed restricted, homes
only. South of Bell, 1/4 mile off of US-
129. Owner financing available. (352)
463-9060 or (352) 463-9933.
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FOR SALE Retail storefront property
in downtown Trenton. Three buildings on
Main Street. Call 352-463-7135.
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Custom 2007 home. 4BR/2BA w/2100+
sq ft on 4.42 acres. Features stainless steel
appl., alarm system, hardwood, ceramic
tile & carpet flooring.


1953, D3tiu1\i uwivin on 3 acres
w/access to Christmas Lake & Quad Trails,
Fenced & X-fenced, 2005 oval 12'x25'
swimming pool, 2 wired sleds. A must see!


3BR/2BA brand new construction w/many
upgrades. 2 acres (mol), fenced, 10'x20'
covered front porch. stainless steel
appliances, 42" Maple cabinets, pole barn
and more.


2005, 3BR/2BA, 1,404 sq ft, 3.28 acres,
well kept, 34x36,garage/workshop
w/electrical hook-up, I 0x20 tractor stall,
14x36 RV stall, I Ox 10 tree house, fenced
& cross fenced.


Located on a busy traffic SR in Trenton
City limits. Features several offices, sales
area, (2) spacious work areas & over 900
sq ft upstairs for storage use. Many uses &
possibilities with this site.







A well maintained 3BR/2BA DWMH on I
acre on a paved rd. Features new metal
roof, new water softener, close to shopping
& other conveniences. A must see!


Brand New 201u, 3sUU/2A home in
the "Trails Subdivision" in the city
limits of Chictland. Completely
landscaped & priced to sell.


Fantastic deal in a great location. 5 acre
parcel in walking distance to Old Town
Elementary School. Close to Suwannec
River & Fanning Springs State Park.


2005, 3BR/2BA modular home, 2.13 acres, 3BR/2BA MH on 5 acres. Only mini' from
1,800 sq ft., well manicured yard & Otter Springs & public boat ramp. Owner
in-ground pool w/built in Jacuzzi. A must financing available. Call Rebecca Woodin
see! Call .isa Baxter 352-949-1649. 352-494-8233.


Refurbished Cracker style home on 5 ac.
Features new metal roof, windows, flooring,
plumbing & electrical. Owner financing
available. Call Terri Anderson, 352-356-
1961.


. 11 ac Suwannee
.14 ac Suwannee
.18 acre Fanning Springs
.18 ac River Walk
.18 ac Trenton
.22 ac Trenton
.25 ac Old Town (OF)
.25 ac Old Town (OF)
.30 ac Chielland
.35 ac Old Town (OF)
.42 ac Trenton


$249,900
$99,900
$48,900
$67,500
$12,000
$12,900
$14,000
$18,000
$25,000
$15,000
$25 ,000


.82 ac Chiefland
.94 ac Old Town
.98 ac Bell
I ac Bell
(2) I ac tracts Trenton,
1.25 ac Fanning Springs
1.43 ac Old Town
1.8 ac Trenlton
1.8 ac 'T'renton
1.8 ac TIrenton
1.81 ac Trenton
1.83 ac Trenton
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$75,000
$19,000 (O0F)
$49,900
$15,900 (OF)
$55,000
$14,900
$15,000
$410,000
$65,000
$69,500
$40,000
$40,000
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2 ac Trenton
2 acres Trentoni
(13) 2 ac Trenton
2 acres Trenton
2 ac Trenlon
2.04 ac Trentonl
2.21 ac Trenton
2.21 ic Trenton
2.22 ac Trenton
2.29 ac Trenton
2.3 ac Trenton
2.44 ac Old Townm
2.45 ac Trenlon


$55,000
$59,900
$65,000 coach
$59,900
$87,500
$67,500
$65,000
$69,500
$65,000
$65,000
$65,000
$37,5)00
$65)0001


3 ac Old Town $45,000
4 aie Chielland $70,000
4.54 ac Trenton $130,000
4.71 ac Trenton $135,000
4.73 ac Trenton $130,000
'1.77 ac Bell $69,900
4.82 ac Trenton $115,000
5 tic renton $37,9)10
5 acres Old Town $39,9001
5 Ac, Trenton $50,000
5 li Bell $59,900
5 1l, Tr.'nlon $4 9,0n)


5 ac Bell $84,800
5 acl 13cl $80,000
5 ac Bell $87,500
5 ac Chielland $275,000
5.04 tic Bell $59,000
5.4 ac Bell $49,900
6.07 ac Trenton $104,900
6.08 ac Trenton $1011,900
7.72 ac (Chiefland $97,500
8 ac Trenloin $129,9100
8.55 tic Fianning Springs $279,000
9.63 aie Chielland $260,000
9.65 atic Old Town $95,000


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10 liac Chicland
10 ac Chiefland
10 lac Chielland .
10 ac Bell
10 ac Trenlton
10 liac Newberry
14.53 lc Tirenton
14.97 lic Bell
15.45 ali Old Town


$85,000
$89,500
$99,000
$120,000
$ 127,500
$139,900
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Eating boiled peanuts as a child drives Stone to keep tradition alive


By Carrie A. Mizell
Fresh and salty boiled peanuts are
the perfect accompaniment to any
4th of July gathering, offshore fish-
ing trip or college football game, says
one local connoisseur who has been
enjoying the southern delicacy since
she was a young girl.
"1 can remember as a very small
child going to Mr. and Mrs. Eli Twom-
bly's house on the Hart Springs road
every Saturday to buy a five gallon
bucket full of peanuts for $5," Nancy
Stone said. "That was just the Satur-
day ritual from the time they started
picking around July 4."
Growing up on family land be-
tween Hart Springs and Otter Springs,
Nancy, the daughter of Jack and Hat-
tie Mathis, remembers her mother
always pouring one box of salt into
a half a bushel of peanuts while
she was boiling them. According to
Stone, her mother would let the pea-
nuts sit in the water after they were
finished boiling if she wanted them to
be real salty.
The decision to start boiling and
selling peanuts for her customers
came naturally to Stone 15 years ago
while she and her husband Richard
were working for Dixie Oil and run-
ning the Dixie Food Store in north
Chiefland.
"Doc Fletcher used to sell them on
the comer, but he died and our cus-
tomers were always asking us about
boiled peanuts," Stone said.
Initially, Stone would drive to Gil-
christ County to buy green peanuts
from George Jones and Billy Rob-
erts. Using her mother's recipe, she
would boil one bushel at a time at her
home and sell about three bushels a
week in the store.
"When I started I was selling the
boiled peanuts for $1 per bag," Stone
said. "Just like gas, the price on pea-
nuts has gone up quite a bit in the last
few years, but I've kept my price at
$2."
Since the Dixie Store closed, the
Stones have been offering boiled
peanuts in the summer and oysters in


Nancy and Richard Stone sell boiled peanuts at their convenience store Stone's BP, which is located on US
19 just north of Chiefland.


the winter to customers at their own
convenience store, Stone's BP, which
is located on US 19 north of Chief-
land.
Stone explained that today they
primarily purchase green peanuts
from Waldron Produce, a Citra, Fla.
based packinghouse that deals strict-
ly in peanuts.
Each year the peanuts come in dur-
ing May, but Stone said she typically
gives the peanuts a week or so to fill
out before she makes the two-hour
trip to pick up three to four bushels at
a time. Up until the first frost, Stone
said she and her husband travel to Ci-
tra once a week to purchase peanuts
to boil and sell in their store.
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Stone explained, they are placed in
a cooler for the trip home to Chief-
land. When they arrive home, Stone
said she goes through each bushel de-
steming the peanuts and throwing out
the pops and bad peanuts. Following
the initial sort, the peanuts are then
washed twice before Richard Stone


boils one bushel of peanuts at a time
behind the store.
"We use two boxes of salt with a
bushel of peanuts like my momma
used to," Stone said. "He slow cooks
the peanuts and then they sit in the
water for 30 to 45 minutes before they
are taken up and put in a cooler."


Know what your
buying, a peanut tip
from Nancy Stone:
Don't be fooled by stands set up
on the side of the road promising
a variety of boiled peanuts. Ac-
cording to Nancy, most of those
boiled peanuts are dried not green
and that is the reason why they
are black when you buy them, be-
cause theN hate had to soak for 12
hours and boil for 12 hours before
they can be sold.
"That's just not a boiled peanut
to me," Nancy said.

Once the peanuts are cool, Stone
again sorts through each one to cull
out the bad peanuts before they are
placed in containers and sold on the
counter.
"My motto is that I wouldn't sell
you what I wouldn't eat myself,"
Stone said.
Over the years, the Stones have en-
joyed selling boiled peanuts to loyal
customers like D. Ray Harrison, Jr.
who Stone refers to as one of her
number one customers, and to new
customers who happen to be travel-
ing along US 19 and see boiled pea-
nuts advertised on the sign out front.
"We have one lady who drives up
from south Florida and stops here on
her way to her daughter's house in
Alabama just to buy peanuts to take
to Alabama," Stone said.
The couple even accepts large or-


ders for boiled peanuts to supply spe-
cial occasions like birthdays, wed-
dings and family reunions with the
popular salty treat.
"Everyone says you have to have
boiled peanuts from Stone's BP to
watch the Gators play!" Stone said.
With all the uncertainty surround-
ing food these days, Stone said her
customers don't have to worry about
their peanuts coming from Mexico or
other foreign countries, because she
only sells peanuts that are grown in
Florida and sometimes peanuts from
Georgia.
Even with the economy being slow
this year, Stone said the store's pea-
nut sales have not fallen off.
"It's just a southern thing!" Stone
said with a smile. "Selling boiled
peanuts is not good money, but you
sure do make a lot of people happy."


Trenton approves full time police officer position


By Cindy Jo Ayers
The Trenton City Commission
agreed to make Johnny Thomas a full
time police officer.
Officer Thomas has been on the
police department staff for the past
year as a part-time officer working
35 hours a week. Police Chief Billy
Smith requested that Officer Thomas'
position be changed from part-time
to full-time.


Now that Officer Thomas' position
has been made full-time he will re-
ceive benefits and retirement. Chief
Smith told the commission that Of-
ficer Thomas lives in Bronson and
the added fuel expense was a concern
to Officer Thomas and he had been
offered another position which was
full-time. Chief Smith went on to say
that Thomas was a good reliable of-
ficer and it would be a shame to lose


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There will be a donation dinner


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Chief Smith reminded the com-
mission that his department returned
$10,000 to the city last year from
their budget. City Manager Jered Ot-
tenwess told commissioners that it
looked like the Police Department
would have around $19,000 left over
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