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Title: Gilchrist County journal
Physical Description: Book
Language: English
Publisher: Thetis F. Fisher
Place of Publication: Trenton Fla
Publication Date: 1/6/2011
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1933.
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Ag Committee asked to police irrigation spraying


By John M. Ayers
The Gilchrist County Commis-
sion continues to deal with problems
concerning irrigation pivot systems
spraying on county roads.
Commissioner Kenrick Thomas
reported in the Monday, January 3,
meeting that he received a call last
week from a county resident who
said an irrigation system was again
spraying on SE 45th Avenue (Waters
Lake Road).
Commissioner Thomas reported


that he and County Road Superin-
tendent Billy Cannon have tried to
talk with the owner of Misty Farms
whose equipment is spraying on SE
45th Ave. but the farmer just doesn't
seem to be willing to adjust his equip-
ment to keep it from spraying on the
roadway.
Commissioner Thomas said that in
his .experience of dealing with irriga-
tion spraying equipment in Alachua
County, the county had zero toler-


ance for an irrigation gun spraying
on county roads.
"We had to adjust the equipment to
keep the spray from the roadways,"
Thomas said.
Gilchrist County Attorney John
McPherson reported to the board that
he had not sent a letter to the dairy
owner, who had previously been
complained about, for the spraying
of irrigation on SE 45th Avenue.
Since the agriculture committee


was meeting on this issue, McPher-
son said he would wait on the board's
decision to send the letter requesting
the dairyman not spray on the county
road.
The Gilchrist County Agriculture
Committee was impaneled on De-
cember 1, 2010 to consider the spray-
ing of irrigation equipment on county
roads. County residents involved in'
agriculture who attended this com-
mittee meeting were: Jim Jones,


Tommy Jones, Kelly Philman, Jon
Gray, Scott Tucker, and A.W. Powers.
Gilchrist County Extension Director
Marvin Weaver and Dr. Mary Sow-
erby, Regional Dairy Specialist with
the University of Florida Institute of
Food and Agricultural Sciences, were
also in attendance in this meeting.
The county commission had pro-
vided the committee with a draft or-
dinance, which identified the issues
involving the spraying on county


roads.
Jon Gray expressed concern over
the issue and asked if this particular
problem was isolated, or was this a
countywide issue.
Kelly Philman reported he had
no problems with pivots on county
roads, but he is willing to work with
the county on this issue.
Some of the pivots currently in
operation on property he is farming
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By Jeff M. Hardison
An ultralight Mosquito helicop-
ter circled the 10-acre field on the
south side of Gilchrist County Road
319 on Dec. 28 (2010) as an urn at-
tached by a rope to its landing gear
sent ashes out onto the field.
When it took off, this very small
helicopter sounded like a two-cycle
motorcycle or a chainsaw, and there
was the unmistakable swoosh of
small rotors slicing the air. As it
flew away, the earthbound audience
watched in reverence.
It was midday on the second
day of the three-day Fourth An-
nual Mosquito Factory Fly-in, when
Mark Thompson spoke on behalf of
his mother Margaret Thompson, and
his brother and sister, Neil Thomp-
son ,and Jill Lightner; all of Rock-
ledge. Mark conducted the ceremo-
.ny to honor his father Edgar "Eddy"
Thompson, who died Jily 4, when
his Mosquito helicopter crashed.
Mark is a rescue helicopter pilot
who lives in Austin, Tex. His birth-
day is on the Fourth of July (1968),
and it was on his 42nd birthday that
his 66-year-old father died about a
half-mile from Dunn Airpark in Ti-
tusville.
Eddy had been an engineer for
Lockheed Martin for 30 years be-
fore retiring. Eddy was also known
for playing the saxophone at Lou's
Blues in Indialantic. He spent six
months building this experimental
helicopter in his garage.
The Federal Aviation Administra-
tion did not investigate, because the
aircraft is ultralight and not consid-
ered to be a "real" aircraft. Titus-
ville Police investigated and ruled
the crash was accidental.
The field located at 9069 CR 319,
Trenton, is where the fly-in has been
held the past three years. It was
named "Eddy Thompson Field" on
Dec. 28. The unveiling of the sign
on a giant oak tree occurred imme-
diately after the ashes of the former
pilot were spread.
Lorne Diebel of Melbourne flew
the ultralight Mosquito around the
field as one-third of Thompson's
ashes fell gently from the bottom
of a specially outfitted urn. Eddy's
wife Margaret has the other ashes,
Mark said. Diebel said there was
no test flight for this procedure of
spreading ashes. It was a first. He
hovered a few feet over the field
as he traversed its border, at times
dragging the urn to help the ashes
release.
Part of the memorial ceremo-
ny called for a period of silence.
After Diebel's helicopter engine
was turned off and until the rotors
stopped spinning, everyone prayed
in silence.
"Every good flight ends with
the motor shut down and the rotor


Character Council President Pete Randolph holds up a Character
Council sign that will be placed on a Gilchrist County line sign.



Start the New Year


with character


By Carrie A. Mizell
It's becoming exceedingly difficult
to find communities where children
are being taught to say "please" and
"thank you" and refer to their elders
as "m'am" and
"sir."
That's why "Reputation
Randy Dur- and women thi
den is proud to
call Gilchrist acter is what (
County home know of us."
and thankful
his parents,
Grover and
Maude Dur-
den, taught
him to be a person of character by be-
ing polite, respecting his elders and
sitting still in church.
"For children to exhibit good char-
acter, it has to be taught.at home,"
Durden said.
It was while addressing commu-
nity members at the Gilchrist County
Character Council's Kick Off Break-
fast on Tuesday, that Durden said
how proud he is to live in a county
of character.
As a county commissioner and
president of AARP's local chapter,
Durden indicated that he has seen a
change in county employees since
the Character First initiative began
nine years ago.
Diane Rondolet, code enforcement
officer for Gilchrist County, remind-


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inward motivation to do what's right,
regardless of the situation. Good
character makes one be a better par-
ent, spouse, employee and friend.
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ter Coun-
is what men cil presi-
ink of us; char- dent Pete
SRandolph
God and angels showed off
metal signs
with Gil-
christ Coun-
- Thomas Paine ty Character
Council's
logo that
will soon be placed on Gilchrist
County signs at the county lines.
Not only are Gilchrist County stu-
dents learning good character traits
each month through curriculum initi-
ated by Dr. Jim Surrency, former as-
sistant superintendent of schools, and
Dr. Geneva Cornwell, but prisoners
at Lancaster Correctional Institute
are now being taught a Character
First curriculum.
According to Cornwell, the Char-
acter Council plans to get more in-
volved with Bell and Trenton schools
in 2011.
Currently, the Character Council
members are preparing for a visit
from the ALERT team. The team of
hardworking, respectful men, ages 18
to 24, will arrive in Gilchrist County
on January 24 and begin working on
January 25.
Character traits for 2011 are as fol-
lows: January-Enthusiasm, Febru-
ary-Flexibility, March-Discernment,
April-Sincerity, May-Virtue, June-
Server, July-Organizer, August-Me-
diator, September-Responsibility,
October-Patience, November-Initia-
tive and December-Self-Control.

Seniors will play
in All-Star game
Graduating seniors from Trenton
and Bell high schools will have the
chance to play in the 4th Annual Co-
lumbia Youth Football Association/
Dicks Sporting Goods High School
All-Star Football Game.
The game will be played at 4 p.m.
on January 15 at Memorial Stadium
in Lake City.
Seniors from various schools
throughout north Florida will play in
the football game.


Fallen pilot honored at Mosquito


Mark Thompson speaks about his father's:love for flying ultralight helicopters. Photo By Jeff M. Hardi-


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Trenton looks for new police chief


By Carrie A. Mizell
The City of Trenton is looking for
a new police chief.
According to Taylor Brown, city
manager, the ideal candidate will be
a proven leader with strong manage-
ment, communication and problem-
solving skills, who possesses the
ability to implement organizational
change.
At press time, the City of Trenton
had received a handful of applica-
tions, Robin Heath explained.
The salary range for the police
chief position is $35,428 to $42,640
depending upon qualifications and
experience. A vehicle and a competi-


tive fringe benefit program is also in-
cluded.
The advertisement .for the posi-
tion states that a candidate must have
knowledge of modern police admin-
istration, methods and practices and
of scientific crime prevention and
detection gained through education,
training, self-study and experience.
A candidate must also have computer
skills and familiarity with local, state
and federal laws. While demonstrat-
ing skills in personnel management,
budgeting, grant administration and
community policing, a candidate
must also be able to oversee an in-
vestigation.


The police chief must also have
the ability to maintain high levels of
physical fitness necessary to perform
the duties of the position.
A candidate must also have a Bach-
elor's degree in police science, crimi-
nal justice, public administration, or
a closely related field. Ten years of
responsible experience in municipal
law enforcement is required, with a
minimum of three years in a com-
mand level position.
The new police chief must also
have certification in the State of Flor-
ida as a police officer under Flordia
Department of Law Enforcement
standards.


AARP

Chapter is #1

in the state
Gilchrist County's AARP chapter
has been named the top chapter in
the state of Florida for 2010. At press
time, there were 176 paid AARP
members in Gilchrist County, with
75 to 90 members attending the chap-
ter's monthly meetings at AARP. All
members are encouraged to attend the
January 18 meeting at Otter Springs
where the chapter will receive its
award from AARP's state president.
The meeting will be at 10:30 a.m.


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Bob Denny and his wife moved to Gilchrist County in 1995 and have 10 acres in Appaloosa Trails, which
is just off SR 47, near Poe Springs Road.


Waters Lake: As I know it

By Bob Denny
If you've lived in Gilchrist County a long time, you may already know and appreciate pretty little Waters Lake.
This year, you'd call it "Waters Prairie." It's currently a dry lake, but some years it's a nice mile-long lake. At
the entrance, you'll find two covered picnic areas and tables. It has several miles of winding trails, with long views
which include four natural ponds and little gently rolling hills covered with grasses, reeds, and a variety of herbal
plants which give it a fresh, subtle aroma.
I remember back in 1994 when it was filled for a couple of years by four hurricanes crossing the area in one sum-
mer. It's a strange feeling to hike on ground where a few years ago we paddled our kayaks over blue water. The
ponds attract egrets, herons, and other wild birds. I've seen tracks from deer and raccoons, and some tracks I don't
recognize. It's one place in the county with wide-open spaces.
It's almost a pristine wilderness. I say "almost" because when I hike I notice an occasional plastic bottle or alumi-
num can. I recently started picking up a couple of cans or bottles each time my dog and I visit. How would you feel
about some easy and worthwhile community service? Join me for a relaxing walk Sunday, Jan. 9 about 1 p.m. I'll
bring a couple small plastic shopping bags for any trash we find, while enjoying the outdoors. Together with just a
little effort we can preserve this unique Gilchrist County resource. I hope to see you there.


Dixie man dies after wreck


By John M. Ayers
A Suwannee man died on New
Year's Day from injuries he received
in a single vehicle accident on De-
cember 29 at 8:35 p.m. This accident
occurred on CR-349 south of Old
Town near SE 477 Ave (Yellow Jack-
et Road) when the driver lost control
of the truck he was driving south
enroute to Suwannee, FL.
The Florida Highway Patrol re-
ported that Thomas B. "Mike"
Means, 67, was traveling south at a
high rate of speed Whlen he lost con-
trol of-a 2005 Chevrblet SU0V. The
accidetif occurred itSthe vehicle left
the highway on 'the: east shoulder.
When the driver overcorrected, this
result caused the truck to rotate in a


clockwise direction. When the truck
came back onto the highway, the ve-
hicle overturned on the left side. The
SUV rolled over several times as it
traveled in a southwesterly direction;
at this time the driver was reported
to have been ejected from the truck.
The vehicle landed upright facing in
a northwesterly direction.
The driver was transported to
Shands Hospital at the University
of Florida where he was reported to
be in critical condition. On Satur-
day, January 1, the driver died from
-injuries he sustained in the accident.
Trdoper'Glen Ganus reported this
accident is under investigation to de-
termine if alcohol was a contributing
factor involving this accident.


Florida Museum

revises admission

price for star

students

The Florida Museum of Natural
History is again rewarding students
who receive outstanding grades in
science with free admission to the
Butterfly Rainforest exhibit. Elemen-
tary, middle and high school students
in Alachua, Bradford, Clay, Colum-
bia, Gilchrist, Levy, Marion, Putnam
and Union counties who receive an
'A' or 'S' grade in science can present
their latest report card for free admis-
sion to the Butterfly Rainforest with
a paid regular price adult admission.
The offer is valid until the next report
cards are issued. A student receiv-
ing another 'A' or 'S' grade on their
next report card would again qualify
for the offer through the end of the
following grading period. Children
younger than 12 must be accompa-
nied by an adult. This offer has no
cash value and cannot be combined
with other offers or discounts. But-
terfly Rainforest admission is $10.50
for adults and $6 for ages 3-17. For
more information visit www.flmnh.
ufl.edu or call 352-846-2000.


Discussion


continues


on Otter


Springs


Road


project

By John M Ayers
The Gilchrist County Commis-
sion met with Virginia Hipp Johns
representing Hipp Construction and
Lee Mills of Mills Engineering on
Monday to get answers on why SW
70th St. was re-surfaced the way it
was. The County Commission also
discussed with the two parties how
to most cost effectively correct the
problems that have occurred since
the road was reworked.
Virginia John told the Commission
that when Hipp Construction went
to work on the one mile of limerock
grade, SW 70th St., the roadway sur-
face was not prepared to the entire 19
feet. She pointed out that a portion of
limerock was taken from the crown
of the road and applied to widen the
roadway surface to prepare for the
surface treatment.
Qilchrist County Transportation
Superintendent Billy Cannon was
asked if the county prepared the
roadbed for surface treatment. Can-
non reported the Road Department
put 321 loads of limerock on'the road
right-of-way in preparation for the
surface treatment.
Commission chairman Randy Dur-
den asked Virginia Johns who gave
Hipp Construction the approval for
the surface treatment to be applied in-
stead of calling the county to ask for
more limerock to be put on the road-
way. She explained that It was the in-
spector on the job, Johnny Webster.
Lee Mills told the Commission that
Johnny Webster works with Mill En-
gineering. He gave the approval of
the compaction of the limerock on
the roadway, but he did not give the
approval of the roadway surface prior
to the application of the tact material,
Mills explained.
.Mills told the Commission the sur-
face treatment of SW 70th Street did
not have a full time inspector on this
job. He pointed out that there were no
survey or plans provided for involv-
ing this surface treatment project.
There was up to a 2% slope on the
roadway before the treatment was
applied. Hipp Construction was to
scarify the rock on the road and pro-
vide for the final surface before the
surface treatment was applied, Mills
added.
Virginia Johns explained that now
looking back involving this project,
hind sight is 20/20. We were work-
ing with the material that was pro-
vided for on the job by the county,
she added.
Commissioner D. Ray Harrison
asked if the county could go against
the performance bond the contractor
furnished involving this project. John
McPherson explained to the board


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that if the county finds that the con-
tractor performed substandard work
involving this contract, the county
could then seek relief involving the
bond placed by the contractor.
SLee Mills told the Commission that
he would like to review the entire
road project and determine the nec-
essary needs that this project must
have to put this road into good con-
dition. He also explained that an es-


timated 200 feet of the roadway has
some specific problems and he will
also make recommendations on what
needs to be done to correct this too.
Mills explained that he would receive
unit cost for material from Hipp Con-
struction and prepare a recommenda-
tion for completion of the road and
present it to the Commission in the
January 18, 2011 meeting.


Chamber banquet will be


a 'Night at the Races'


By Carrie A. MizelI
A "First Call" bugle call will ring
out at the Gilchrist County Cham-
ber of Commerce's annual banquet
"Night at the Races."
Planned for Thursday, Jan. 20
at the Trenton Elementary School
Cafetorium, the banquet will in-
clude a horse race on DVD that
members will have the opportunity
to bet on. A plethora of door prizes
will also be given away throughout
the evening, including a grand prize
of a weekend trip to Cedar Key.
Simply Delightful catering will
once again prepare hours d'oeuvres
and dinner for the evening. In theme
with "Night at the Races," Julie
Thomas of Simply Delightful plans
to serve non-alcoholic mint juleps


and other race day treats.
Jim Troke and Michael McElroy
will emcee the event, which will
feature award presentations for
Business of the Year, Civic Orga-
nization of the Year, Citizen of the
Year, and the J. Min Ayers Lifetime
Achievement Award.
Tickets are once again $27 this
year. Chamber members are encour-
aged to buy tickets early in prepa-,
ration for this annual event. Men
are invited to dress the part in col-
lared shirts and blazers, while ladies
should appear race day ready in
elaborate hats.'
For more information, call Kyle
Stone, executive director of the
Gilchrist County Chamber of Com-
merce at 463-3467.


NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY OF

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT

The USDA, Rural Utilities Service has received an application for
financial assistance from the City of Fanning Springs, Florida. As
required by the National Environmental Policy Act and agency regula-
tions, the Rural Utilities Service has prepared an Environmental
Assessment that evaluated the potential environmental effects and
consequences of the proposal. This notice announces the availability of
the Environmental Assessment for public review and comment.

The proposal consists of:
1- Constructing a 100,000 gallon-per-day wastewater treatment
facility. The facility will utilize an activated sludge process for
wastewater treatment. Reuse through slow rate irrigation is the selected
method for effluent disposal. Aerobic digestion is the selected method
for sludge stabilization and offsite land application is the selected
method for biosolids disposal.
2- Constructing a wastewater collection system consisting of
approx. 17,000 feet of gravity sewers; 23,000 feet of sanitary force
mains, 12 grinder stations, 4 lift stations; and other misc. items. The
work included will take place along US 19/98; SR 26; and within the
Suwannee River Springs residential area located in Fanning Springs,
Florida.

The SHPO is requiring a cultural resource survey of the project area
prior to any ground disturbing activities. Prior to the preconstruction
conference, a cultural resource survey and unanticipated discovery plan
must be submitted to the SHPO and RD for concurrence. See Section
3.4.3 Mitigation for additional information.

The alternatives considered to the proposal include:
1. Conventional Activated Sludge, Concrete Plant
2. Conventional Activated Sludge, Steel Plant
3. Membrane Bioreactor (MBR) Treatment Plant
4. Interconnection with Existing Wastewater Treatment Facilities
5. No Action Alternative.

Alternative No. 1 (Conventional Activated Sludge, Concrete Plant) was
the chosen alternative, and its possible effects are discussed in the
Environmental Assessment.


Copies of the Environmental Assessment are available for review at the
following location:
USDA RURAL DEVELOPMENT
2441 NE 3rd Street
Suite 204-1
Ocala, FL 34470

For further information contact Roderick C. Quainton II at (352)
732-9796, Option 5.

Any person interested in commenting on this proposal should submit
comments to the address listed above by February 5th, 2011.

A general location map of the proposal is shown below:


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THURSDAY,


JANUARY 6, 2011


GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


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By Carrie A. Mizell


Ringing in the New Year with oysters.


Can y'all believe it's 2011? I can
hardly contain my excitement! Last
year was just awful, to be quite hon-
est. I am praying so hard that 2011
will be a better year. In celebration of
the coming year, my little family and
I headed down to the river house and
spent most of the weekend hanging
out on the dock and roasting oysters.
Of course we had to watch more than
our fair share of bowl games and I
just had to polish off the last of some
delicious pecan brittle.
As I got back to work this week,
prepared to take on the new year, I
decided it was time to get down to
some serious business and work on
my plans for self-improvement in
2011. So here it is, I resolve to:
*Cut back on my out-of-control
corn dog consumption. Y'all would
not believe the number of $1 corn
dogs I eat each month. The other day,
I was dippin' my dog in Heinz when
it hit me. I actually know where corn
dogs are sold in five surrounding
counties; that's a 100-mile radius. Is
that craziness, or what?! I know that
I know that I know I should fight the


temptation, but I can't seem to help
myself. When my world starts crum-
bling, I run for the greasy goodness
corn dogs bring. They truly are the.
ultimate comfort food!
*Get my behind in gear! I hate ex-
ercising. Though I do have a strong
affection for the comfort yoga pants,
t-shirts and tennis shoes bring. I just
hate the thought of actually putting
my 'round the house clothes to doing
actual physical fitness. Surely, open-
ing the door to the fridge, while wear-
ing an athletic style t-shirt, counts for
something....upper arm toning, per-
haps?
*Read the entire Bible (just not in
one sitting) Adam and I went to my in-
laws' church the other night and the
pastor was going over his plan to lead
the church in reading through the
Bible in 2011. He reminded us just
how much we all need to know what
we believe before we try to witness
to someone. So Adam and I are on
board. I figure if we read three or so
chapters every night, we'll get there.
Bring on the one thousand three hun-
dred and ninety five pages!


Dudley Farm to host Plow Days


Submitted
Dudley Farm Old-Fashioned Plow
SDays will showcase agricultural prac-
tices before the tractor and mechani-
zation as highly skilled draft horse
and mule teams plow the crop fields
'in preparation for spring planting.
There will be traditional skills dem-
onstrations, wagon rides and music.
Come look at these big beautiful
and powerful creatures and the hard
work we once depended upon them
for.


The event will take place Friday
and Saturday on February 4 and 5,
2011 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
School groups, by advance reser-
vation, may tour on February 4.
The farm is located on SR 26 (New-
berry Rd), 4 miles east of Newberry
and 7 miles west of 1-75 exit 387.
Admission $5/vehicle.
For details, phone 352-472-1142
or visit www.floridastateparks.org/.
dudleyfarm.


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Put On Christ
(Kent Heaton)


"For you are all sons of God through faith in Christ
Jesus. For as many of you as were baptized into Christ
have put on Christ" (Galatians 3:26-27). The inheritance of
the "saints of light" (Colossians 1:12) is a relationship
shared between the Father and His children whom he refers
as "sons of God." The privilege of being able to cry out,
"Abba, Father" (Galatians 4:6) is found only to those who
have willingly given their lives to Jesus Christ. To be a child
of God requires obedience to the will of God (Matthew
7:21).
The apostle Paul outlines the elements of faith in his
letter to the churches of Galatia as key to the relationship of
the spiritual children of Abraham (Galatians 3). The allegory
of Galatians 4:21-31 will illustrate the freedom found in
those who embrace faith in Jesus Christ. Faith works in the
hearts of men to teach them the message of salvation that
can only be found in the one true Son of God. This faith can
only come from one gospel (Galatians 1:6-9). Salvation is
no longer from the works of the law but from faith
(Galatians 3:1-9).
Faith alone cannot save and Paul does not suggest in
Galatians that one can be a child of God through faith in
Christ Jesus alone (see James 2:24). It is in the agency of
faith that one is moved to embrace the death of the Lord in
obedience to salvation. Sons of God are found in those who
through faith in Christ Jesus are baptized into Christ Jesus;
thereby putting on Christ. The illusion to "put on Christ" is
likened to putting on a garment. Paul uses the same
language to describe putting on the armor of God
(Ephesians 6:10-18).
Is it necessary to "put on Christ" to be saved? If one
never "puts on Christ" will they enjoy eternal life? Faith


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' does not put on Christ baptism does. It does not matter if
you are "Jew or Greek ... slave nor free ... male nor
female; for you are all one in Christ Jesus. And if you are
Christ's, then you are Abraham's seed and heirs according
to the promise" (Galatians 3:28-29). Saved people are the
spiritual seed of Abraham (Galatians 3:9). To receive the
promise one must be in Christ. The means by which one
puts on Christ is baptism according'to Galatians 3:26-27.
Putting on Christ comes from a heart moved by the
message of hope found in the word of God. On the Day of
Pentecost, 3,000 souls put on Christ because they believed
the message of freedom and willingly accepted by faith the
commands of the Lord (Acts 2:37-41). The Treasurer of
Ethiopia put on Christ when he "went down into the water"
and was baptized (Acts 8:26-40). Saul of Tarsus took off his
robes of Jewish Law and put on Jesus Christ in the city of
Damascus. Ananias said to Saul, "And now why are you
waiting? Arise and be baptized, and wash away your sins,
calling on the name ofthe Lord" (Acts 22:16).
Paul uses the figure of "putting on garments" in his
letter to Ephesus. There is a need to take off the garments of
sin and clothe oneself in garments of righteousness dipped
in. the blood of Jesus Christ. "But you have not so learned
Christ, if indeed you have heard Him and have been
taught by Him, as the truth is in Jesus: that you put off,
concerning your former conduct, the old man which
grows corrupt according to the deceitful lusts, and be
renewed in the spirit of your mind, and that you put on the
new man which was created according to God, in true
righteousness and holiness" (Ephesians 4:20-24). Put on
Christ today in the fulfillment of your obedience to Christ.


Trenton Church of Christ
463-3793 502 Northeast 7th Street Trenton, Florida 32693


Please Visit www.trentonchurchofchrist.com


Email kerux@bellsouth.net


NEWS FROM

THE SENIOR

CENTER
Happy New Year!
It is our hope that all the seniors are
as excited as we are about the new
year; it's going to be a good one.
Emory Philman's exercise class-
es will continue on Monday and
Wednesday mornings from 10:30 'til
12.
New crochet class will start Mon-
day, January 10, and repeating on
the 24th and 31st. The class is for
beginners and experienced crochet-
ers. Come and join us'Monday af-
ternoons from 1-3. Etta Stewart and
Betty Willims will be bringing you
some new projects.
Wednesday afternoons Barbara's
Bingo Bunch will continue to play
from 1-3. The bingo is free, and you
will win prizes.
On Friday, January 7, the Free
Bus will be running to Wal-Mart;
come and join us; it's a lot of fun, and
be sure to plan to stay for lunch.
On Friday, January 14, Southeast
Clinical Research will do a program
at 11 a.m.
On Friday, January 28, Palms
Medical Group will do a talk on
Brand Name Drugs vs. Generic.'
The Christmas pictures that we
took sitting on Santa's lap will be at
the Center. Please drop by and pick-
up your copy. There is no charge for
the photos.
In February the Palms Medical
Group will be putting on a Health
Fair at the Trenton Senior Center.
Please watch the paper and your Feb-
ruary calendar for this event.
If you have a talent that you would
like to share or would like to volun-
teer at the Center, please call me at
(352) 463-6646.
Thank you to everyone who par-
ticipated 'in the many activities of
2010.
See you at the Center.
Norm Conti, President
SREC Senior Advisory Group

SRWMD Governing
Board Meetings
On Tuesday, January 11, 2011, the
Suwannee River Water Management
District's Governing Board will meet
at 9:00 a.m. at District Headquar-
ters, 9225 CR 49, Live Oak, Florida
32060. The meeting is to consider
District business and conduct public
hearings on regulatory and land ac-
quisition matters. A workshop will
follow the Governing Board meet-
ing.


Last Thursday Carrie and I ram-
bled off to Quitman, Georgia for a
little day trip. We took 75 north and
stopped at the outlet mall just over
the line in Lake Park. The outlet sure
isn't what it used to be with so many
of the shops closed. Now it looks a
little sad.
But, as Carrie and I say, "We are
out doing our part to help stimulate"
all though I have to admit my bud-
get these days is a lot smaller. I don't
know about you, but the oil compa-
nies are getting a chunk of my change
every time I make a little road trip.
Here is a tip. wWit to buy your gas
until you get to Georgia. Gas was
$2.85 in Quitman and $3.15 in Tren-
ton last Thursday.
Anyway, back to our trip, you
might wonder why go to Quitman? I
have to tell you Quitman was a fine
little destination. We drove through
the countryside heading due west
from Valdosta over to Quitman.
There we found a small little
Georgia town with a wonderful old
courthouse. I'm not sure how old
the courthouse is, but the front steps
proclaim it was remodeled in 1909.
There is a lovely old street in town
where all the old homes are located,
called Court Street. On this street a
large row of giant oaks are growing
down the center. Best of all there are
beautiful old antebellum homes lin-
ing each lane of the street. Carrie and
I especially love little Georgia towns,
and those old homes. The friendly
people just call us back again and
again.
I had read online about a restaurant
called WireGrass and of course we
had to try it and man am I glad we
did. WireGrass, like most of the main
street running through town, was in
an old two-story brick building. In
fact, it was located down a side street
and we had a little trouble finding it.
Let me tell you, WireGrass was worth
the search.


Lottery Numbers
Wednesday
December 29
Lotto Drawing:
17-25-28-45-47-48?Xtra:2
No winner of the $7 million jackpot
5-Digit Winners:
23 at $6,879.00
4-Digit Winners
1,640 at*$81.00
3-Digit Winners:
35,266 at $5.00
Midday Play 4 Drawing:
7-5-4-1
Evening Play 4 Drawing:
8-5-0-0
Midday Cash 3 Drawing:
0-2-1
Evening Cash 3 Drawing:
9-0-3

Saturday
January 1
Lotto Drawing:
5-16-26-41-48-53/xtra:2
No winner of the $9 million jackpot
5-Digit Winners:
47 at $4,747.00
4-Digit Winners
2,291 at $77.00
3-Digit Winners:
45,010 at $5.50
Midday Play 4 Drawing:
0-5-8-8
Evening Play 4 Drawing:
4-3-5-2
Midday Cash 3 Drawing:
6-9-9
Evening Cash 3 Drawing:
2-9-2


The building was built in 1909 by
James E. Cooper who opened the
Quitman Bakery and Fancy Grocery
Store, which served the town until
the Great Depression in 1929.
Later on the building served the
town as the Quitman Pool Hall.Af-
ter sitting empty for several years,
the building was sold and remodeled
about ten years ago. Now within
the building's rustic time worn brick
walls, WireGrass Restaurant has been
housed since 2006.
Every little town throughout the
South had a pool hall back in the day.
I still remember where the pool hall
in Chiefland was located and as a kid
I knew better than to set foot inside
the door. Because my mother would
have surely skinned me alive if I had
gone in.
We -arrived a little late for lunch,
but we noticed several pick-ups in
the parking lot out back (that is a sure
sign of a good restaurant if I have
ever seen one). We were a little sur-
prised by how upscale the interior of
the restaurant was. Cloth napkins and
so on, but the chicken pot pie on the
daily luncheon board caught my eye
and I'm sure glad it did because it
was good. As were the hot fried egg-
plant and fresh pole beans. I don't
know if that was ham hock or just
what those beans were seasoned with
but whatever kind of pork it was they
had seasoning vegetables down, be-
cause the pole beans were seasoned
to perfection.
The fried eggplant breading was re-
ally good too and to tell you the truth
if they offered me another little bowl
full I would have tried, to eat it and
would lave ended up hurting myself.
The chicken in the pie was surround-
ed by fresh carrots and potatoes. I do
love to eat at a restaurant where fresh
vegetables are still served. Can you
believe we paid only 6.99 for lunch?
No kidding.
I'm now trying to figure out how
I can go back and eat their seafood
buffet or maybe one of their famous
steaks on a Friday or Saturday night.
The next time I return to WireGrass I
plan to try their Chicken House Lem-
onade, which the menu describes as
"another favorite from our famous


Chicken House. This is a real lemon
squeezed lemonade with a scoop of
lime sherbet on top with a cherry."
After our big lunch we waddled
out and headed around the corer
to investigate the shops and antique
stores Quitman had to offer.
Carrie and I were busy as bees
combing through the wares the mer-
chants were offering.
One antique store had the most
wonderful old huge furniture which
was amazing but alas my pocket book
and low ceilings would never accom-
modate it. But, I have to tell you that
furniture was straight out of Scarlet's
era and was a real joy to see.
One store had a gift shop down
stairs with really nice stuff and up
stairs was this menagerie of what
looked like estate sale finds. Oh boy,
did we have fun plundering through
the treasures.
After shopping around town for a
couple of hours we stopped back in
at WireGrass where we were greeted
like old friends to pick up a quick
glass of sweet ice tea and a slice of
pineapple pound cake. We had to get
a little sugar in our system to pep us
up after all that shopping for the two
hour ride home.
We headed out of Quitman on Hwy.
221 which takes you south to Pefry.
I've never traveled this road before
and it was a really nice drive. We
went through Ashville, Boyd, Green-
ville and Shady Grove, all small
Florida towns that are surrounded by
farmland.
If you are looking for a nice little
town for a girls getaway let me rec-
ommend Quitman, Georgia.
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Just before we opened gifts on
Christmas day our family enjoyed
a new treat which I think might be-
come a tradition at our home.
I made my first batch of Milk
Punch and all my coffee drinkers re-
ally enjoyed it.
To tell you truth it would be good
at any occasion this time of year.


10 cups strong coffee, cooled
cup sugar
1 square Bakers semi-sweet choco-
late,
2 cups whole milk
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 quart of vanilla ice cream
1 cup whipping cream, whipped

Brew the coffee then add the sugar
and chocolate while the coffee is still
hot. This will melt the chocolate, stir
well. Let the coffee cool to room tem-
perature. Put the ice cream in a small
punch bowl. Mix vanilla in the milk
and then pour over the top of, the ice
cream. Next add the cooled coffee
mixture and stir. Then put dollops of
whipped cream over the top and let it
float. If you really want to dress this
up, sprinkle a little cocoa powder on
top of whipped cream dollops.
Enjoy!


NOTICE
The Gilchrist County State Housing Initiative Partnership (SHIP)
Program will hold a SHIP educational course at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday,
January 13, 2011, in the Gilchrist County Commissioners' Building at
210 South Main Street, Trenton, Florida. The class is free and open to the
public. Anyone applying for a SHIP loan is required to attend a SHIP
class. If you have any questions, please call the SHIP Program office at
352-463-4021.
Charlotte Pedersen
SProgram Administrator
Pub. January 6, 2011


NOTICE OF MEETING
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Gilchrist County SHIP Loan
Review Committee will hold a regular meeting on Thursday, January 13,
2011, at 3:30 p.m. in the Gilchrist County Commissioners' Building at
210 South Main Street, Trenton, Florida.
PLEASE BE ADVISED that if a person decides to appeal any decision
made at such meeting or hearings, he will need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony
and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.
Charlotte Pedersen
Program Administrator
Pub. January 6, 2011


Bereft -
"...having no hope and without God in the world." Ephesians
2:12. "No one is so much alone in the universe as the denier of
God. With an orphaned heart, which has lost the greatest of
Fathers, he stands mourning by the immeasurable corpse of the
universe. Johann Paul Friedrich Richter




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Worship
Sunday 11:00 am
6:00 pm


Bible Study
Sunday 10:00 am
Wednesday 7:00 pm


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January 3, 2011


Notice To:

Justin W. Salter 1130 NE 15th Avenue, Trenton, Florida 32693
Jesse W. Walker 5540 NE 54th Place, High Springs, Florida 32643
Rebecca Wilkerson. -8070 SW 74th Court, Trenton, Florida 32693
Diane E. Zlotnicki Post Office Box 1578, Trenton, Florida 32693

You are potentially ineligible to register to vote. After this
published date, you will have 30 days to respond, to determine
your eligibility by the Supervisor. This could result in the
removal of your name from the statewide voter registration
system. 98.075(7), F.S.

If further assistance is needed, please contact the Supervisor at
352-463-3194 or
1-800-471-8083.

Supervisor of Elections
Connie D. Sanchez


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GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 2011


Kaci Allison Anguish and Matthew John McCagh




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Mr and Mrs. Ken Anguish are proud to announce the engagement of their
daughter, Kaci Allison Anguish, to Matthew John McCagh, son of Tommy
and Susan Rhodes. The bride is a graduate of Dixie County High School.
The groom is a graduate of Trenton'High School. The wedding is planned
for May 21, 2011.


Happy Birthday wishes to Kelvin
G. Brown, Jr., Sandra Davis, Doro-
thy Beck, Jered Barron and Barbara
Bullington on January 6; Kay Corbin
ahd Maxine Parrish on January 7;
Tina Langford, Terry Parrish, Shari
Parnell, Gennie Langford, Merry
Watson, Stephanie Chickering, and
Michelle Lullo on January 8; Bryce
Carlisle, John Spaulding, and Buddy
Schofield on January 9; Doris Beau-
champ, Heather Carlisle, Troy Dunn,
Laura Deen, Tina Adkins, Mary Kate


Colson, and Jonathan Smith on Janu-
ary 10; Billy Greer, Shawn Manders,
Megan Harding, Sim Grimes and
Sophia Marie Harlee Whitwood- on
January 11; Steve Landis, Jr., Zach-
ary Clifton, Helen Phillips and Ron
Koltz on January 12.
Happy Anniversary wishes to Her-
bert and Gertie Gay on January 6;
Michael and Lisa Graham on January
7; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Floyd on January
10; and Larry and Claudia Downing
on January 11.


Recorded marriages in Gilchrist County

Brian Jason Lincourt, 8/3/1974, and Ann Van Do, 9/19/1983, both of Livo-
nia, Michigan, were married on 12/21/2010 in Coconut Creek by Arlene R.
Cohen, notary public.
Jason Scott Bradley, 1/6/1979, of Rogersville, Tennessee, and Kristinia
Valerie Mock, 8/21/1976, of New Brockton, Alabama, were married on
12/22/2010 in Old Town by Patricia Arcadi, notary public.


Marriage applications in Gilchrist County

John Keith Williams, 7/24/1977, and Christine Renea Maund, 8/16/1978,
both of Trenton


Stop engine and remove key--

it's the law


Submitted
Stop the engine and remove the
key. It's not just common sense, it's
the law. Florida Highway Patrol
Lieutenant Patrick Riordan, Public
Affairs Officer for Troop B advised
"although many vehicle operators
may be tempted to leave their ve-
hicle running during cold weather
or while making a quick stop into a
business while doing .their holiday
shopping, that is a clear violation of
the law. Under Florida State Statue
316.1975:


"A person driving or in charge of
any motor vehicle may not permit it
to stand unattended without first stop-
ping the engine, locking the ignition,
and removing the key. A vehicle may
not be permitted to.stand unattended
upon any perceptible grade without
stopping the engine and effectively
setting the brake thereon and turning
the front wheels to the curb or side of
the street. A violation of this section is
a noncriminal traffic infraction, pun-
ishable as a nonmoving violation as
provided in chapter 318. This section
does not apply to the operator of: an
authorized emergency vehicle while
in the performance of official duties
and the vehicle is equipped with an
activated antitheft device that prohib-
its the vehicle from being driven; a
licensed delivery truck or other deliv-
.ery vehicle while making deliveries;
or a solid waste or recovered materi-
als collection vehicle while collect-
ing such items."
Riordan further stated that the fine
for this violation is approximately
$100.00, depending on the county
in which it occurs.

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American Legion Post 91 and

Unit 91 visit Tri-County Nursing

Home
Members of the American Legion Post 91 and Unit 91 in Trenton vis-
ited Tri-County Nursing Home and Ayers Nursing Home to wish ev-
eryone a Merry Christmas and delivered Christmas stockings to the
disabled Veterans and the residents. Submitted by Miriam Stroupe,
President, Unit 91.


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TANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTY

INFORMATION
This form answers some common questions taxpayers have concerning Tangible
Personal Property. In addition, it provides information that will help you file an accurate
and timely tax return.

Questions Most Frequently Asked About Tangible Personal Property


Q. What is Tangible Personal Property?
A. Tangible Personal Property is everything other than real
estate that has value by itself. It would include things such as
furniture, fixtures, tools, machinery, household appliances.
signs, equipment, leasehold improvements, supplies, leased
equipment and any other equipment used in a business or to earn
income.
Q. Who must file?
A. Anyone in possession of assets on January I who has either
a proprietorship, partnership, corporation or is a self-employed
agent or contractor, must file each year. Property owners who
lease, lend or rent property must also file.
Q. Why must I file a return?
A. Florida Statutes 193.052 requires that all tangible personal
property be reported each year to the Property Appraiser's
office. If you receive a return, it's because our office has
detennined that you may have property to report. If you feel the
form is not applicable, return it with an explanation. Either way,
the form MUST be returned. Failure to receive a Personal
Property Tax Return (DR-405) does not relieve you of your
obligation to file.
Q. Ilow can I obtain this form?
A. At the beginning of the year a return is mailed to Tangible
Personal Property owners. If you do not get one, contact the
Property Appraiser's Office.
Q. What if I have no assets to report? Do I still have to file a
return?
A. Yes, if you feel you do not have anything 1o report, till out
items I through 9 on the return, and attach an explanation of
why nothing was reported. However, almost all businesses and
rental units have some assets to report even if it is only supplies.
rented equipment or household goods.
Q. If I am no longer in business, should I still file the return?
A. Yes, if you were not in business on January I of the taxing
year, follow this procedure:
I) On your return, indicate the date you went out of business and
the manner in which you disposed of your business assets.
Remember ifyou still have the assets, you must file on them.
2) Sign and date the return.
3) Have your signature notarized.
4) Mail the return back to this office.
Q. What is an office or field review assessment?
A. When a tax return is not filed by April I we are required to
place an assessment on the property. This assessment represents
anl estimate based on the value of business with similar
equipment and assets. Being assessed does not alleviate oulr
responsibility to file an accurate return.
Q. What if I don't agree with the assessed value that appears on
the notice of proposed property taxes that I receive in
August of each year?
A. Call this office or come in and discuss tle matter with us. If
you.have evidence that the appraised value is more than tlhe
actual fair market value of your property, we will welcome tile
opportunity to review all the pertinent facts.

$25,000 Tangible Personal
Property Exemption

In order to receive this new exemption, you must
file a Tangible Personal Property Return by April
1. unless an exemption has been granted.

Tangible Property Return shall he considered an
application for the exemption and will be applied
to the first $25.000 of assessed value for the IlTPPi
account.


HELPFUL HINTS AND SUGGESTIONS
File the original return with this office (with name and
account number preprinted). as soon as possible before
April 1. Be sure to sign and date your return.
Work with your accountant or C.P.A. to identify any
equipment that may have been "Physically Removed".
.List those items in the appropriate space on your return.
If you have an asset listing or depreciation schedule
that identifies each piece of equipment, attach it to your
complete return.
Do not use vague terms such as "various" or "same as
last year".
It is to your advantage to provide a breakdown of
assets since depreciation on each item may vary.
Please include your estimate of fair market value and
tie original cost of the item on your return. They are
important considerations in determining an accurate
assessment.
Additional information regarding filing is provided in
the instructional section of the return itself.
If you sell your business, go out of business, or move
to a new location, please inform this office. It will enable
us to keep timely, accurate records.

To inquire for more information about
Tangible Personal Property please contact:
Damon C. Leggett
Gilchrist County Property Appraiser
112 South Main Street. Room 138
Trenton, Florida 32693
(352) 463-3190 1-800-219-3208

Q. What if I buy or sell an existing business during the year Who is
responsible for the taxes?
A. The new owner is responsible, however if there is insufficient
property to satisfy the taxes due, the owner on January I would be responsible for
the difference. Most title companies do not do a search of the tangible assets of a
business. You should therefore consult your realtor, attorney or closing agent to
avoid problems in this area.
Q. What if I receive more than one tax return?
A. All returns must be sent back. If you have more than one
location, tie assets of each should be listed separately on each return.
Q. What if I have old equipment that has been fully depreciated and
written off the books?
A. Whether fully depreciated in your accounting records or
not. all properly still in use or in your possession should be reported.
Q. Do I have to report assets that I lease, loan, rent, borrow or are
provided in the rent?
A. Yes. lihere is an area on the return specifically for those
assets. lven though the assets are assessed to the owner, they must be listed
for inlforiational purposes.
Q. Is there a minimum value that I do not have to report?
A. No. there is no minimum value. A tangible tax return must
be filed on all assets by April 1.
Q. If I rent my furnished home or condo fora few months, do I have to
file a tangible personal property tax return?
A. Yes. since rental activity is of an income producing nature.
you must file a return which lists your personal property. Items that should
be listed include: Draperies, lirniture. appliances and any other personal
properly included in the rental unit.
Q. Are there deadlines and penalties?
A. The deadline for filing a timely return is April I. After
April 1. Illorida Statutes provide that PENALTIIEbS he applied at 5"o per
month or portion of a month that the return is late. A 159% penalty is
required for unreported properly, AND A 25% 1PENATIrY IF NO
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By Angle Land


Wouldn't you love to lighten your
load for 2011...especially if it in-
volved no dieting? Before you get
too excited, I'm not referring to los-
ing those extra pounds that appeared
over the holidays...but something
that "weighs us down" all the same.
In Ephesians 4:32, the Bible encour-
ages us to..."Be kind and compas-
sionate to one another, forgiving
each other, just as in Christ God
forgave you."
So...is there someone you are hold-
ing a grudge or feeling of resentment
against?
Does a knot form in your stomach
when you see or even think about that
person?
If so, you are carrying the excess
baggage of unforgiveness.
The word forgiveness has several
definitions: 1) to give up resentment,
and 2) to grant relief from payment
of a debt. In both, the word "for-
give" is a verb that indicates taking
action, implying that forgiveness is
an intentional choice. What makes
this choice so difficult is that when
someone hurts us, the very last thing
we want to do is give up our resent-
ment. While we often cannot help or
immediately change the way we feel,
we are responsible for the choices we
make and the actions we take. There-
fore, remember that forgiveness is
usually something we "will" before
we "feel."
God calls us to forgive others be-
cause He has forgiven us through
Christ's death on the cross. We often
refuse to forgive because we think


our offender will get away with the
offense, but we need to understand
that unforgiveness keeps us chained
to not only that person, but also to
the offense, for as long as we hold on
to it. Ironically, the offending party
may often be totally unaware that we
are carrying that burden around! In
that case, we aren't making them-pay
at all, but are we ever suffering!
It is important to recognize that
while His forgiveness is available to
everyone, God only reconciles Him-
self to those who acknowledge their
.sin, ask for forgiveness and are will-
ing to change their ways. This marks
the huge difference between forgive-
ness and reconciliation and serves as
a pattern for us: we are also to offer
forgiveness to everyone. However,
reconciliation requires much more
than an apology... it requires the of-
fender acknowledging the wrong and
taking steps to make things right.
Many times we make the mistake of
reconciling without forgiveness.... we-
try to pretend nothing happened, and
jump back in without working out a
resolution, exposing ourselves to fur-
ther pain. Our tendency to do this is
often because we don't want to risk
the loss of ending the relationship.
Then, when things go wrong again,
we can just blame the other person all
over again! We become the victim
and everything wrong in our life be-
comes someone else's fault. 'It is pos-
sible to live our entire lives stuck in
relationships like this...never taking
responsibility for our own unforgive-
ness and blaming the other person for


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everything.
I once heard someone say that re-
fusing to forgive is like drinking poi-
son and expecting the other person to
die. Let me assure you that it is not
hypocrisy to make the choice to for-
give someone without "feeling" like
you have forgiven them... make the
choice, and sooner or later your feel-
ings will line up (don't give up...
the longer we have withheld forgive-
ness, the longer it may take for our
feelings to change). Let's make the
intentional choice to cut ourselves
free from the useless burden of un-
forgiveness, and really lighten our
load for the New Year...because our
hearts matter!
Blessings, Angie

F.A.I.T.H.H. van
visit
The F.A.I.T.H.H. mobile food pan-
try will be in Bell at the Clubhouse
behind City Hall on January 20,
2011, at 9:45 a.m.
This event is sponsored by the
Catholic Charities Bureau, Inc.,
Gainesville Regional Office. For
more information, please call Debbie
Long, Program Coordinator at 352-
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World War II
Veterans meeting
Submitted
All World War II veterans are in-
vited to meet on Thursday, January
13, at the Suwannee River Moose
Lodge #325 in Fanning Springs at
11:30 a.m. Come join the camarada-
rie and enjoy a fine luncheon. Bring
your spouse, a friend or a fellow vet-
eran. This is our 19th year of sharing
our pasts, presents and our futures--
our prayers for peace.
If you have questions call Vir-
ginia Lewis at 352-528-2310 or Dot
Halvorsen, 352-542-7697.
A Happy New Year and God bless
America.


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Lodge to install new
officers
Submitted
William T. Carlton Lodge No. 46
F&AM will hold its installation of
Lodge Officers for 2011 on Tuesday,
January 11, at 6 p.m. at the Lodge
Hall. Being installed as the new
Worshipful Master this year is Paul
W. Yates. The installing officer will
be Fred Latsko.
Cake and coffee will be served im-
mediately following. All officers be-
ing installed are reminded that they
must be current with their dues. All
Master Masons are cordially invited
to attend.
If you have any questions, please
feel free to call me at: 352-542-
9993.
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~ 203 NE 2nd Street
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SSunday school for all at 9:30 a.m.
Sunday morning Worship at 11:00 am.
Wednesday evening Bible study at 6 p.m.
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Guardian ad Litem children were happy to open Christmas gifts this
year that had been generously donated by the Gilchrist County Health
Department staff Shown on back row, left to right, are Holly Bryant
and Joyce Tucker; front row are Christina Koltz, Dr. Abella, Karina
Quinn, Devin Caines, Angela Bergsma, Wesley Asbell, and Terri
Jones. Those not pictured are Gilma Carranza, Dr. Bovio, Melissa
Lynn, and Crystal Rodgers. The abused and abandoned children of
this county, who are separated from their families during the holiday
season, are blessed to live in a county of genuine, caring people. If
you wish to do more during the year for our children, please call our
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On December 17, 2010, Trenton Fire Department held their annual Christmas Banquet. The following
firefighters were given special recognition. Pictured from left to right are Recruit of the Year, David Jones;
Most Improved, Ralph Smith; Fire Officer of the Decade, Tom Scott; Life Saver, Kyle Bongiovanni; Fire-
fighter of the Year, David Peaton; Life Saver, Thomas Gorton and Fire Chief Keith Turner. Not pictured,
Life Saver, Mike Burnett. Special thanks to Trenton's Roadside Grille for preparing the turkey and ham.


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Suwannee River
Garden Club plans a
garden tour
Submitted
The Suwannee River Garden Club
is planning to tour the Kressman Ca-
mellia Garden on Monday, January
10. Lisa will conduct the tour at 10
a.m. It is important that we have an
exact count of those coming, so call
Betty Schofield at 463- 6138 or Joan
.Pryor at 542-2211 if you can come.
Bring your clippers. The tour is open
to all who are interested, if you make
a reservation.

Focus on the Future
offers program for
displaced homemakers
Homemakers who wish to develop
self-sufficiency and confidence, learn
job search and interview skills, create
Sa master application and resume, and
gain basic computer skills are invited
to participate in Focus on the Future,
a Displaced Homemaker Program.
You can also find supportive friends.
Special topic workshops are also of-
fered covering health, legal and em-
ployer issues.
Free classes are offered monthly.
.The next class starts January 10,
2011. Registration deadline is Janu-
ary 7, 2011.
If ypu are 35 years or older and
have lost financial support, our pro-
gram can help yqu make the transi-
tion into the job market. Contact the
Displaced Homemaker Program at
Santa Fe College at (352) 395-5047
to make an intake screening appoint-
ment. The time to try is now.


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Nancee Oftelie is showing off her great, great grandmother, Rosemary
Oftelie's handmade quilt.

IOG CABIN QUILTERS
Submitted caster come on Tuesday, we will
The Log Cabin Quilters met Thurs- clean the quilt room out, pack away
day, December 30, at the Levy Coun- Christmas crafts and get the room
ty Quilt Museum. It was a great day. back so we can quilt in there. We had
Everyone had a great.Christmas and a great Quilt Show this year and the
now we are looking forward to a new next event is the State Fair in Tampa.
year. The Watermelon Quilt will be I want to thank everyone who sent
put in the quilting frame next and we cards and letters. I really enjoyed ev-
have started selling tickets on it. ery one and sometimes I got one from
We had five guests and one will someone I had to remember who they
be joining us to learn to quilt. It's so were and so many I don't see very of-
good to have so many back although ten. Thank you.
there are many out with one thing Thursday lunch was so enjoyable
or another. Unfortunately it seems with minestrone soup, green beans,
like our prayer list is growing with so corn casserole, collards, sweet po-
many who are sick, but it is all over tatoes, bread, cheese and macaroni,
the country. We are thankful for our meat balls, cole slaw, yummy pie,
health and that we can do what we cookies, Doris's pumpkin bread,
can. bread and butter pickles.
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Mr. Samuel M. Carnley
Mr. Samuel M. Carnley, 61 of
Chiefland, died in Gainesville on
December 27, 2010. Born in Mari-
anna, he came to this area from St.
Augustine in 2002. He was a mill-
wright at a chemical plant.
He is survived by sons, Sammy
Carnley and Eddie Carnley, both of
Panama City; sisters, Dorothy Griffin
of Blountstown, Karen Foster of
Chiefland; his grandchildren, nieces
and nephews; and great nieces and
nephews.
Arrangements are under the care
of Hiers-Baxley Funeral Services of
Chiefland. On line condolences may
be sent through their website at www.
hiers-baxley.com.


Mrs. Lillian Nettie
Clapper
Mrs. Lillian Nettie Clapper, age
95, passed away on Wednesday, De-
cember 29, 2010, at North Florida
Regional Medical Center. Lillian
was born on December 26, 1915, in
Binghamton, New York, to Clarence
Isabell and Maude E. Mudge Isabell.
She moved from Orlando to Bell in
2009 to stay with her daughter, Ev-
elyn Sheppard.
She is survived by two daughters,
Evelyn Sheppard of Bell and Loretta
(Smitty) Smith of Orlando; two sons,
George K. (Barbara) Clapper of Or-
lando and Clifford (Grace) Clapper
of Orlando; sister, Pearl Delias of
Tennessee; 15 grandchildren and 17
great grandchildren.
A Graveside Service was held on
Tuesday, January 4, 2011, at Chapel
Hill Cemetery in Orlando with Pastor
Tom Hensley officiating. Visitation
was one hour prior to the service at
the graveside.
Arrangements were under the care
of Watson Funeral Home in Trenton.


Mr. Henry L. D'Mont
Mr. Henry L. D'Mont passed away
December 24 from a heart attack at
the VA Hospital in Gainesville. He
was a veteran of C.S.2 Coast Guard.
Born in Hines, he lived in Lafayette
County and Polk County, where he
raised, his family before moving to
Bell.
He is survived by his wife Annie
Hicks D'Mont; sons, Robert D'Mont
of Rochester, New York, Albert Wil-
liams of Frostproof, Juan D'Mont
of Spring Hill, Pennsylvania, Mi-
chael D'Mont and Jeffery D'Mont of
Lakeland, Derick D'Mont and David
D'Mont of Bell; daughters, Roberta
Fox of Jacksonville, Anna D'Mont
of Panama City, Giselle Childers
and Rhonda Ewing of Plant City; 28
grandchildren and a host of great and
great-great grandchildren.
A memorial will be held on Janu-
ary 8, 2011, at 1 o'clock at Mt. Nebo
Baptist Church on CR 340 in Bell.


Mr. Marvin Spencer
Martin
Mr. Marvin Spencer Martin of
Cross City passed away on Wednes-
day, December 29, 2010. He was 87
years of age.
Born in Wilcox, Mr. Martin moved
to Dixie County in 1948. He served
in the United States Army during
World War II. He fought on the is-
land of Batan in the Philippines with
General MacArthur and also spent
time in New Guinea. He was a self-
employed farmer and cattleman who
loved hunting, fishing, and cutting
hay. He was a .member and former


deacon of Central Baptist Church.
His family will remember him as a
great husband, father, grandfather
and provider.
He was preceded in death by broth-
ers, Morris Martin, Louis Martin and
James E. Martin.
He is survived by his wife of 63
years, Elizabeth Colson Martin; sons,
Jerry Marvin (Virginia) Martin of
Cross City and Frank Spencer (June)
Martin of Cross City; daughter,
JoAnn (Joseph) Martin Gee; eight
grandchildren and ten great grand-
children.
Funeral services were held Satur-
day, January 1, 2011, at Rick Good-
ing Funeral Home Chapel with Rev.
Glenda Brayman officiating followed
by a private family interment at Rob-
inson Cemetery. A visitation was
held Saturday at the funeral home
two hours prior to the service.
Arrangements were under the di-
rection of Rick Gooding Funeral
Home in Cross City.


Mr. Leon Pope
Mr. Leon Pope of Bell passed away
December 26, 2010, at his home. He
was 71.
Mr. Pope was born in Bell to Al-
exander Pope and Bernice Martin
Pope.
He was preceded in death by his
wife, Betty Lou Pope.
He is survived by a son, David
"Bobby" Pope of Webster; three
daughters, Elizabeth Dolly of Bell,
Melinda "Joe" Plummer, of Avery,
North Carolina, and Louise Khan of
Pennsylvania; three brothers, Cleo
Pope of Deland, Leo Pope of Ala-
bama and Howell Pope of Pennsyl-
vania; two sisters, Virginia Young of
Plant City, and Lois Hayes of Geor-
gia; ten grandchildren and ten great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on
Thursday, December 30, 2010, at
Mt. Horeb Baptist Church in High
Springs with Reverend James E.
West officiating. Visitation was held
before the service. Interment follow-
ed in Mt. Horeb Cemetery. In lieu of
flowers, donations may be made to
Haven Hospice, 4200 NW 90th Blvd,
Gainesville, FL 32606-3809.
Arrangements were in the care of
Evans-Carter Funeral Home in High
Springs.


Mr. Hubert R. Robinson
Mr. Hubert R.
Robinson
Mr. Hubert R. Robinson, 74 of
Chiefland, passed away December
26, 2010, at his home. Born in War-
saw, Kentucky, he moved to this area
From Pinellas County in 1986. He
was a plumber and served his country
in the U.S. Army.
He is survived by his wife, Viv-
ian Robinson of Chiefland; children,
Pam (Arthur) Henderson of Middle-
bury, Indiana, Delores (Junior) Lloyd
of Harrison, Ohio, Randy Robinson
of South Bend, Indiana, Timmy Rob-
inson of Pinellas Park, Tammy Jo
Philbates of Lenexa, Virginia, Hu-
bert R. Robinson of Canon City, Col-
orado, Nicholas Robinson of Lenexa,
Virginia; stepson, Harley Laundry of


Brattleboro, Vermont; siblings, Mil-
dred Donaldson of Chiefland, Marga-
ret Beatly of Indiana, Evelyn Rainey
of Indiana, Cecil Robinson of Ithaca,
Michigan, nine grandchildren and
four great grandchildren.
Graveside services were held Jan-
uary 3, 2011, at Florida National
Cemetery in Bushnell.
In lieu of flowers donations may
be made in Mr. Robinson's memory
to Haven Hospice of the Tri Coun-
ties, 311 NE 9th St., Chiefland, FL
32626.
Arrangements are under the care
of Hiers-Baxley Funeral Services in
Chiefland. On line condolences may
be sent through their website at www.
hiers-baxley.com.


Mrs. Lucy Daphine
Spivey
Mrs. Lucy Daphine Spivey went
to be with her Heavenly Father on
December 25, 2010, at her home in
Horseshoe Beach, surrounded by her
loving family and friends.
SBorn in Cross City on May 2,
1940, to Alma Talley, she was raised
in Horseshoe Beach. She married her
husband, Jack, the love of her life,
in 1956. Just nine days after they
were married, he was drafted into
the Army and was stationed in San
Antonio, Texas. After two years of
service, they moved back to Orlando
where Daphife went to work for the
Orange County Courts. She worked
for 10 years until Jason, Deana, and
Aaron were born and she chose to
stay at home and raise them.
They were very active members
at their church, Oak Level Bap-
tist Church in Ocoee, Florida. She
served her church for many years
in various positions. Daphine and
Jack raised their kids in a Christian
home and always taught them Godly
values. She served her community
and church family unselfishly. She,
along with Jack and Aaron, moved
back to Horseshoe Beach in 1994 to
help care for her mother, who was in
failing health. She then became very
involved in their church here, First
Baptist Church in Horseshoe.
She was very affectionately known
as "Ma" by her eight grandsons, and
will be remembered as that by her
only granddaughter, Allee. After
having had all those boys, she was
beyond excited that she was going to
have a little pink in the family. Al-
lee joined her family just two months
ago.
She had a true love for decorating,
cooking and photography. Many in
the community depended on her to
help with various events and, wed-
dings, whether it be decorating, di-
recting or taking photographs. There
was no doubt as long as she was help-
ing others, she was happy.
She was preceded in death by her
mother, Alma Talley; and an infant
daughter, Jacqueline Denice.
She is survived by her husband,
Jack, of Horseshoe Beach; sons, Ja-
son (Amy Michelle), of Winter Gar-
den, and Aaron (Amy Michelle), of
Cross City; daughter, Deana Thomas
(Gary) of Ocoee; grandsons, Gary
III, Riley, Jesse, Benjamin and Ethan
Thomas, Cody Spivey, Levi and Wy-
att Spivey; and granddaughter, Allee
Spivey.
Funeral services were held on
Wednesday, December 29, 2010, at
First Baptist Church of Cross City
with Rev. Walt Fowler, Rev. Mike
Brown, Rev. Newt Coleman and Rev.
Gene Koons officiating followed by
burial at Butler Cemetery. A visita-
tion was held on Tuesday, December.
28, 2010, 'at.Rick Gooding Funeral
Home.
Arrangements were placed under
the care of Rick Gooding Funeral
Home in Cross City.


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT O
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCU
AND FOR GILCHRIST COU
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 21-2010-C
LUCY J. HENDRICKS,
Plaintiff
vs.
JAMES T. JONES, JR. a/]
JONES, JR., ERVA M.
LAWRENCE A. JONES and D(
E. JONES, if alive, and if dea
unknown spousess, heirs,
representatives, devisees, g
assignees, lienors, creditors, tru
other persons claiming by, through
or against them, or any of them,
any right, title or interest in the
herein described, and all u
persons, if alive, and if dead,
known to be alive or dead, their u
spouses, heirs, devisees, g
assignees, lienors, creditors, tru
other persons claiming by, through
or against the unknown persons;
M. JONES; ROBERT A. JONI
JONES; and EILEEN JONES,
Defendants.


F THE
IT IN
UNTY,

:A-0129


k/a J.T.
JONES,
ONALD
id, their
personal
grantees,
stees or
h, under
to have
property
known
or not
known
grantees,
stees or
h,under
JAMES
ES; PAT

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NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: JAMES T. JONES, JR. a/k/a
J.T. JONES, JR., ERVA M. JONES,
LAWRENCE A. JONES and DONALD
E. JONES, if alive, and if dead, their
unknown spousess, heirs, personal
representatives, devisees, grantees,
assignees, lienors, creditors, trustees or
other persons claiming by, through, under
or against them, or any of them, to have
any right, title or interest in the property
herein described in the Complaint filed in
the above-styled action, and all unknown
persons, if alive, and if dead, or not
known to be alive or dead, their unknown
spouses, heirs, devisees, grantees,
assignees, lienors, creditors, trustees or
other persons claiming by, through; under
or against the unknown persons; who are
over 18 years old.
You are hereby notified that an action
to quiet title has been filed against
you regarding the following described
property in Gilchrist County, Florida, to-
wit:
Commencing at the Southeast corer
of the Northeast 1/4 of the Southwest
1/4 of Section 16, Township 10 South,.
Range 15 East, Gilchrist County,
Florida and run West 420.00 feet
and thence North 420.00 feet to the
Southeast corner of that certain parcel
of land recorded in Official Record
Book 24, Page 187, Public Records
of Gilchrist County, Florida. Thence
run along the South line thereof, West
325.00 feet to the Southeast corner of
that certain parcel of land recorded in
Clerk's Instrument No. 2004003896,
Public Records of Gilchrist County,
Florida. Thence run along the South
line thereof, West 65.00 feet to the
Southwest corner of that certain parcel
of land recorded in Clerk's Instrument
No. 2004003896, Public Records
of Gilchrist County, Florida and for
the POINT OF BEGINNING, said
point being marked by an iron pipe;
thence continue West 224.00 feet to
an concrete monument on the East
right of way line of State Road No. 49;
thence run along the East right of way
line of State Road No. 49 North 94.00
feet to an iron pipe on the South right
of way line of SE 3rd Avenue; thence
run along the South right of way line
of SE 3rd Avenue, East 224.00 feet to
an iron pipe marking the Northwest
corer of the aforementioned parcel
of land recorded in Clerk's Instrument
No. 2004003896, Public Records of
Gilchrist County, Florida; thence run
along the West line of that certain parcel
of land recorded in Clerk's Instrument
No. 2004003896, Public Records of
Gilchrist County, Florida, South, 94.00
feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING,
all lying and being in Gilchrist County,
Florida.
has been filed against you, and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses to the Complaint, if any, on
BRIDGET M. GRIMSLEY, ESQUIRE,
c/o Rose, Sundstrom & Bentley, LLP, 766
N. Sun Drive, Suite 4030, Lake Mary,
Florida 32746, attorneys for the Plaintiff,
and file the original with the Clerk of
the above-styled Court, on or before
January 28, 2011; otherwise, judgment
may be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint.
Witness my hand and seal of said Court
on this 7th day of December, 2010.
CLERK OF COURT
Gilchrist County, Florida
(SEAL)
BY: L. Ayers
as Deputy Clerk
Pub. December 16, 23, 30, 2010 and
January 6, 2011

PUBLIC AUCTION
The following vehicle, VIN# 1GCEK-
14K4PZ224881, 1993 Chevy, will be
sold at Public Auction on January 17th,
2011 at 9 a.m. to satisfy a lien, Florida
Statute 713.78. The auction will be held
at 16720 NW Hwy. 19, Fanning Springs,
FL 32693 by Fanning Springs Auto, (352)
463-2387.
Pub. December 30, 2010 and January 6,
2011.

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
The Gilchrist County Board of
Commissioners hereby gives notice that
the County will accept bids from qualified
bidders for the following work:
Installation of two groundwater
monitoring well at the Gilchrist County
Closed Central Landfill located near
Bell, Florida.
Bidding documents may be obtained
from:
Mills Engineering Company
Post Office Box 778
604 East Hathaway
Bronson, Florida 32621
Telephone (352) 486-2872
Bidders shall register with the Engineer
in order to receive any addcndums.
Bidding Documents will not be issued
after 5:00 P.M. on Tuesday. February 1,
2011.
Proposals will be accepted by the
County Administrator at P.O. Drawer
367, 209 SE First Street, Trenton 32693,
Florida, until 2:00 P.M. on Friday,


February 4, 2011. Proposals received
after the specified time and date will not
be considered.
Proposals shall be submitted in a
sealed envelope marked "SEALED BID
- GROUNDWATER MONITORING
WELLS".
Proposal shall include a proposal
guaranty of not less than five (5) percent
of the total actual bid, in the form of a
certified check, cashiers check, trust
company treasurers check, bank draft
of any national or state bank, or Surety
Bid Bond made payable to the Gilchrist
County Board of Commissioners. A
proposal guaranty of less than five
percent of the actual bid will invalidate
the proposal.
Any person or affiliate who has been
placed on the convicted vendor list
following a public entity crime or the
discriminatory vendor list may not submit
a bid to or contract with a public entity
for construction of a public work as set
forth in Florida Statute, Chapter 287.133.
Bidder shall certify to eligibility in the
bid proposal.
The County reserves the right to waive
any informalities or to reject any or, all
bids and to make the award to the bidder
who, in the County's judgement, is in the
best interest of the County.
Pub. December 30, 2010, January 6,
2011

PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF TRENTON
REGULAR MEETING
The City of Trenton Board of City
Commissioners will meet in Regular Ses-
sion Tuesday, January 11, 2011 at 5:30
p.m. in the City of Trenton Community
Center located at 214 SE 3rd Avenue,
Trenton, FL.
Items included on the agenda are as
follows:
A. Call to Order
B. Swearing in of City
Commissioners
1. Commissioner Marcia Hellams


2. Commissioner Timothy Kinsey
3. Commissioner Randall Rutter
C. Adoption of Agenda
D. Scheduled Guests
1. Mrs. Geneva Cornwell -
Character Council, ALERT
STeam; Sign
2. Mrs. Kyle Stone, Director of
Gilchrist County Chamber of
Commerce
E. Unscheduled'Guests
F. Consent Items
1. Regular Meeting Minutes for
December 14, 2010
2. November Financial Reports
and Expenditures
G. Staff Reports
1. Code Enforcement for
December
2. Fire Department for December
3. Police Department for
December
4. Public Works for December
H. Action Items
1. Committee assignments for
2011 Board members
2. Quit Claim Deed Lancaster
Street/Trust for Public Lands
3. Hall of Fame Nominees -
Ms. Willie Mae Sims,
Ms. Aldonia Rawls, Mr. Lee
Roberts and Mr. DeWayne Yates
I. Discussion Items
J. Board Member Requests
K. City Attorney Report
L. City Manager Report
M. Adjourn
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that if a per-
son decides to appeal any decision made
by the Board with respect to any matter
considered at this meeting, he/she will
need a record of the proceedings, and
that, for such purpose, he/she may need
to ensure that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which record in-
cludes the testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be based.
Taylor Brown
City Manager
PUBLISH: January 6, 2011


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GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 2011


Lost & Found


LOST DOG: Yellow L ab. la:
at I lart Springs. Orange collI
iam. Rc\\ard offered. Call De
it 352-665-1411.



Wanted to

CASH PAID FOR JUNK C
and up. 352-771-6191.


Services


st seen Friday JIM'S PRESSURE WASH 6
ar with rabies Residential & commercial
en Lancaster 1985. l.ic. & Insured
Pastor Jim lHurst
Itb.1-6 (352)356-3831 -(352) 498


Bu TOP-OF-THE-LINE FENC
Types. including fence repair. L
(352)210-7228.
CARS: $150

4tb.l-6-1-27 ROOFING: Metal. shingles.
repairs $99 and up. Save $$$
--. mates. State Lie. 1326066. 535


Plants


FALL PLANTING TIME!
TREES: Apple, pear, plunk
pomegranate. nectarine.
mayha\w, fig. persimmon.
thornless blackberry, an
Camellias. Raintrees, and mor
Nursery 5124 SE Hwy-55A.
Current I-Hrs. 9-5. Thur-Fri, 9-3
542-7284 or 352-356-0288.



Hay For Sa

HAY FOR SALE: Large rol
13ermuda. net wrapped. $35,
stored. $25/roll cow hay. 386
or 386-292-2028.


IIAY: Fertilized Coastal Bermu
Round Rolls. Barn-stored.
quality. $45/roll. Cow Hay $30/
215-1018.
4tb. 1

HAY FOR SALE: Large roll
fertilized. net wrapped, weed fre
Bermuda $45/roll. Pensacola B
roll. Call 352-949-0222.



For Sale

24' CENTER CONSOLE PR
Full transom. motor bracket,
4-stroke Yamaha. outfitted for
fishing. Bottom machine, full el
and much more. Ready to fish
obo. Call John at 352-463-7135


FRUIT
m. peach.
mulberry.
blueberry.
d grape.
e. Allen's
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JERRY WILKS FILL DI
VICE: Fill dirt, driveway
demolition, limerock. land
(352) 493-3137 (day) or (352
(night).


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3 Sat. 352-
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/roll Garn- da. Blades for most mov
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ors, size & styles of marble
Is, highly to choose from in our invent
e. Coastal puter specialist to assist you
ahia $35/ a lasting tribute to the life of
one. Closed: Sunday & Mon
tfnb,7-23 Tuesday Friday. 8am-4pm I
8am-12noon or call for free
appointment.

TIM POWELL ELECTRIC
IOLINE: stallations.and repairs, license
with 225 sured. State Cert. #EC1300:
offshore (352) 463-2155.
ectronics,
. $22.500

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4/2 1+ Acre REDUCED $129,000 #762638
2/3 17.39 Acres BANK OWNED $199,000 #761063
3/2 5 Acres SWMH OWNER FINANCE $69,000
#761525
3/1.5 4.80 Acres SHORT SALE $139,900 #761540
3/1 .32 City Lot SHIP $87,000 #762730

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(352) 463-7302 FAX
E-mail: trokerealty@aol.com
WEBSITE: www.trokerealtyinc.com


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Just Reduced: 9+ Acre Tract with improvements
S-' .. near Bell-a 9.55-acre tract, with well/septic/power
S- & 16x36 Pole barn (pictured) I III.l,. located near
to 3 separate paved Co. Roads just west of
town...$69,900 (down from $79,900)
Wooded Acreage: 10 wooded acres in North Gilchrist Wooded / secluded
acreage, at end of Gay Road just north of Bell... 54,900 (down from $60,000)
Serving the Tri-County Area Since 1983
"Professional Service With A Personal Touch"
Jean Troke (cell #) Jean Troke (home #) Paul Troke (cell #)
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ow prices, speed Internet throughout Gilchrist. Levy,
and Alachua County. Seeking highly mo-
tfnb.8-12 tivated sales person to sell high speed
Internet in Archer. Bronson. Newberry,
flat roofs. Trenton. and Fanning Springs. Base plus
Free Esti- commission. Great income opportunity
-7680. for successful sales person. Send resume
tfib.4-22 to jobs@mainstreetbb.com
4tb,12-23-1-13


RT SER-
s, topsoil. GILCHRIST COUNTY SCHOOLS
clearing. Bilingual After-School Program As-
)463-6111 sistant /Teacher Part Time. Instruct
students in 21st Century after school pro-
tfnb.5-28 gram. Teach beginning Spanish classes
for grades 5-12. Typical work week is
brands, ice 17.5 hours. High School Diploma re-
'i'.. EPA quired. Must meet all qualifications and
352-949- complete training for Gilchrist County
Schools Substitute Teacher program. Pay
tfib, 12-18 is $17/hour. This is a part time hourly po-
sition without benefits.
PARTS Teacher Aide Anticipated Vacancy
ay. Sears, Bell Elementary School Oualifica-
and Ilon- tions: High School Diploma or equiva-
wers. lent. Associate of Arts degree or higher;
Dp or at least 60 credit hours from an accred-
ited institution; or a passing score on an
tfii, 1-03 approved state test (ParaPro) required.
Substitute Teachers Qualifications:
D TOWN, High School Diploma or Equivalent re-
132. HAw- quired. Complete application online,
Town. Mc- then contact the District office for more
ue (behind information.
Many col- Bus Driver Trainees; Substitute Bus
& granite Drivers. Qualifications: High School
tory. Comn- Diploma required. Training: 40 hours of
in creating in-service training will be provided for
your loved qualified applicants. Part of the training
day. Open: prepares trainees for the driver portion of
& Saturday 'the Class B Florida CDL. For informa-
after hours tion or questions. contact the Transporta-
tion Department at (352) 463-3230.
tfnb.6-28 Highly Qualified Substitute Teacher
Pool Qualifications: Bachelor's De-
7: New in- green. Currently certified with Temporary
ed and in- or Professional Certificate or formerly
2453. Call certified with Professional Certificate as
teacher in Florida or eligible for same.
tfib.1 1-25 Once approved, highly qualified substi-
tutes would be eligible for substituting
---- at $130 a day in pre-approved situations
:ed where there is a long-term absence in a
core subject area. All other daily substi-
tuting would be at current daily rates. Ap-
ND JOBS:ply online and contact Human Resources
ling. house department for more information.
Apply online at: http://www.gilchrist-
S- schools.orel/Emnlovment/iobs.html.


All applications will be screened. Not all
applicants will be interviewed. Applica-
tions will be accepted until positions are
filled unless otherwise indicated. EEO/
Drug Free Workplace
ltb,12-23

HAIR SALON OPPORTUNITY!
Suwannee Valley Shops are
looking for an enterprising
individual to assume control
of all operational aspects of
a quaint single station hair
salon. This six day per week
operation is ideal for two
person sharing. Experience
is a must. Nail and Pedicure
capabilities are desirable.
Your imagination is the only
limitation. Contact
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terior and interior paint updated in 2006.
Bathroom completely remodeled in 2008.
Fans. stove and fridge included. Asking
$70,000. Call 352-278-2610 to sched-
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Zoned commercial, grand fathered resi-
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sit. Call wooded. Just off SR-26. Owner financ-
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4tb, 12-30-1-20
1 ACRE BELL AREA: Beautifully
wooded, high & dry. Owner financing.
No down payment. $14,900, $153/mo.
(352) 215-1018. www.LandOwnerFi-
nancina.com
4tb, 12-30-1-20
NO MONEY DOWN! 5 & 10 ac tracts
between Bell & Trenton. Owner/Broker.
352-221-5256.
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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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CAL OFFICE seeks CNA for Trenton
& Newberry office. Please call 352-871-
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HOME FOR RENT/LEASE IN BELL:
3 BR/2 BA unfurnished, available imme-
diately. $950/mo. + electricity, first month
and $500 security deposit. References re-
quired. 802-999-7782 or 802-238-1551.
4tb,l-6-1-27

3 BR BRICK HOUSE IN TRENTON
AREA: On 1 acre lot with big fenced
yard, fireplace, covered back porch &
shed. Quiet neighborhood. First & last
required, $800/month. Available, Feb.
1. Call Terrie at 352-213-3444 or 463-
1008.
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MOBILE HOME FOR RENT: 3 BR/2
BA, $550 per month. Central heat & air.
First, last, and security. 506 NE 5th Terr,
Unit 516. Call 352-463-0781 or 352-535-
7680.
tfnb,1l1-11


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assistance. 718 NE 7th Place
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LIG CHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


Christopher Michael Ruggles to
Michael Alan Ruggles, warranty
deed, $10.00, on 12/28/2010.
James A. Roberts and the Sidney
O. Roberts Estate to Sidney F. Rob-
erts, personal representative's deed,
$10.00, on 12/28/2010.
James A. Roberts and Annice R.
Barrs to Sidney E Roberts, quit claim
deed, $10.00, on 12/28/2010.
Sidney E Roberts to John H. Rob-
erts, Sidney E Roberts and Anise
Roberts, quit claim deed, $10.00, on
12/28/2010.
Regina Stanley to Llewellyn W.
White and Janet S. White, special
warranty deed, $32,600.00, Lot 8
Block B First Addition to Waters
Lake Subdivision, on 12/28/2010.
Saints Inc. to Piedmont Dairies Inc.
to Alliance'Dairies, warranty deed,
$10.00, on 12/28/2010.
Ronald St. John and Marcia St.
John to Richard Walker, general war-
ranty deed, $18,400.00, Lot 5 Quail
Run, on 12/28/2010.
Daryl G. Oster and Brenda S. Os-
ter to Save the Swamps Inc., war-
ranty deed, $11,200.00, Lot 12, 14,
.and 15 Unit 5 Ira Bease Oasis, on
:12/28/2010.
George Duren to Allen Gregory
-Payne, warranty deed, $15,900.00,
on 12/28/2010.
Ross A. Quarnoccio and Pamela B.
Quarnoccio to Lonnie J. Buchanon
Trustee and Lonnie J. Buchanon Re-
.vocable Trust, general warranty deed,
S$165,000.00, on 12/28/2010.
Drummond Community Bank to
Trevor A. Smith, corporate warranty
deed, $185,000.00, on 12/28/2010.
Ricahrd J. Melvin and Jennifer E.
:Melvin to Richard J. Melvin, Jenni-
fer E. Melvin, and Sunshine F. Mel-
vin, quit claim deed, $10.00, Lots 73,
74, and 75 Unit 1 Emerald Farms, on
:12/28/2010.
Alton A. Bolster, Esther W. Bol-
ster, and Laura A. Jackson to Gary L.
Jackson and Laura A. Jackson, quit
claim deed, $10.00, Tract 75 Rolling
.Oaks Subdivision, on 12/29/2010.


Alton A. Bolster, Esther W. Bol-
ster, and Laura A. Jackson to Gary
L. Jackson and Laura A. Jackson,
quit claim deed, $10.00, Part of Tract
56 Rolling Oaks Subdivision, on
12/29/2010.
Alton A. Bolster, Esther W. Bol-
ster, and Laura A. Jackson to Gary
L. Jackson and Laura A. Jackson,
quit claim deed, $10.00, Part of Tract
55 Rolling Oaks Subdivision, on
12/29/2010.
Kimberlee Ann McPhearson and
Gary Wayne Chapman to Gary Wayne
Chapman, warranty deed, $10.00, on
12/29/2010.
Michael E. Fernandez AIF Margue-
rite P. Fernandez to MDD Investment
LLC, warranty deed, $25,756.27,
Lots 9 and 10 Block 2 Sun N Fun
Unit 3, on 12/29/2010.
Michael E. Fernandez AIF Mar-
gerite P. Fernandez to MDD In-
vestment LLC, warranty deed,
$57,506.46, on 12/29/2010.
ABC Autos Inc. and Michael E.
Fernandez to MDD Investment LLC,
warranty deed, $30,217.96, Parcel 2.0
A.D. Destin, on 12/29/2010.
ABC Autos Inc. and Michael E.
Fernandez to MDD Investment LLC,
warranty deed, $30,263.96, Parcel 18
A.D. Destin, on 12/29/2010.
Michael E. Fernandez AIF Margue-
rite P. Fernandez to MDD Investment
LLC, warranty deed, $38,364.77, Lot
13 Suwannee River Oaks Subdivi-
sion, on 12/29/2010.
Lynn Willis to Robert Eric Wil-
lis, quit claim deed, $10.00, on
12/30/2010.
Suntrust Bank to Robert W. May
and Marie E. May, special warranty
deed, $93,010.00, Parcel 6 Santa Fe
Bend, on 12/30/2010.
Greta M. Martin to Shawn Mar-
tin, quit claim deed, $10.00, on
12/30/2010.
Lucille A. Parker to Edward E.
Parker, quit claim deed, $10.00, Lot
13 Sanders Oaks Subdivision, on
12/30/2010.


QUILTERS NEWS


QUILTERS OF
ALACHUA COUNTY
DAY GUILD
Submitted
Quilters of Alachua County Day
Guild (QACDG) meets monthly the
first Thursday from 9:30 to noon at
Westminster Presbyterian Church,
1521 N. W. 34th Street in Gaines-
ville. Refreshments are served at
9:30 a.m.; the meeting begins at 10
a.m. Guests are welcome.
A quilter's travelogue of Roma-
nia will be presented January 6,
2011, by two QACDG members,
Lynne Capehart and Carol Wyatt.
They will share adventures and ex-
periences from their trip to Roma-
nia in October of 2010. One sur-
prise: Quilting is BIG in Romania!
For more information on the.
guild, go to www.qacdg.org.


LADY OF THE LAKE
QUILTING GUILD
NEWS
Submitted
The ILdy .of the Lake Quilting
Guild will hold its monthly meeting
on the fourth Wednesday, January
26, 2011, at 9:30 a.m. at the Teen
Town, 533 NW Desoto St, Lake
City, Florida. (two blocks north of
Duval (US 90) on Lake Jeffery Rd.
SThe program will feature Julie
Mainor, an award winning quilter
who has had quilts on display in
colleges, museums and businesses
throughout North Florida and South
Georgia. Seeing one of Julie's Col-
lage Trunk Shows is an experience
you will not soon forget. Julie
gracefully walks the line between


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the quilts world and the art world
fusing the two in her own unique
style, all the time sharing with oth-
ers her refreshing easy techniques.
The Guild is an organization for
anyone interested in quilts and the
art of quilting. The Guild makes and
distributes over 300 quilts a year to
various charities and nonprofit or-
ganizations in the Suwannee Valley
Region.
For more details contact President
Loretta Kissner at 386-754-9330.
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SPRINGHOUSE
QUILTERS NEWS*
Submitted
All of us from Springhouse
Quilters hope that you had a won-
derful, safe and healthy Christmas,
and we are hoping that you will
also celebrate a safe and prosperous
New Year.
For the month of December,
Springhouse members took a break
to be with family and friends, to
celebrate this wonderful Christmas
season.
Beginning in January, we will
be back to quilting, starting new
projects, and still finishing some of
those from last year. There will be
some new classes,, workshops and
exciting things for members. Nor-
ma Birman, program chairman, has
been working on projects and new
ideas for 2011. Pat Hodges, Presi-
dent, is excited to see the planning
taking place for the new year.
So from all of us at Springhouse,
HAPPY NEW YEAR.
Lois Scott, Publicity


Gilchrist County

land transactions


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From the Desk of Gilchrist

County Sheriff Daniel Slaughter
Weekly Sheriff's Report
WEEK ENDING: January 3, 2011
On December 22, 2010, Everett L. On December 29, 2010, Michael
Moore 11/18/1978 was arrested for Harrisl0/11/82 was arrested for Vio-
VOP/Possession/Sell controlled sub- lation of Probation Driving while
stance. under the Influence of Alcohol or
On December 26, 2010, Lee B. Drugs, Driving while License Sus-
Cummings 7/4/1955 was arrested pended or Revoked.
for battery. On December 29, 2010, Jeremy
On December 27, 2010, Eric Wil- Rizer 6/23/74 was arrested for Vio-
liams 4/25/84 was arrested for In- lation of Probation Grand Theft,
production of Contraband into State Dealing in Stolen Property.
Correctional Institution, Possession On December 30, 2010, Mary Hur-
of less than 20 grams of Cannabis, ley 4/7/74 was arrested for Domestic
Reckless Driving Willful and Wan-" Battery.
ton. On December 30, 2010, Freddy
On December 29, 2010, Guadalope Watson 2/7/68 was arrested for Dis-
Jazquez Perez 12/31/84 was' arrested orderly Intoxication.
for No Valid Driver License. On January 1,2011, Bruce M. Kin-
On December 29,2010, Tracy Ken- caid 3/6/69 was arrested for Domes-
nedy 5/18/86 was arrested for Viola- tic Battery.
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Longleaf

Fine

initiative

funding

available to

private

landowners
Submitted by Greg Marshall,
Gilchrist County Forester
Longleaf pine forests once cov-
ered millions of acres throughout the
Southeastern United States. Today,
only a few thousand acres of this vi-
tal habitat remains. To help sustain,
enhance and restore longleaf pine
forests, USDA's Natural Resources
Conservation Service (NRCS) Chief
Dave White announced the availabil-
ity of $400,000 to help private land-
owners in Florida restore and manage
longleaf pine.
"The longleaf pine is one of our
key native species, providing a home
to hundreds of plant and animal spe-
cies as' well as being a tremendous
economic resource," White said.
"Restoring and expanding this spe-
cies is only made possible through
voluntary partnerships with conser-
vation-minded landowners who share
our goal of healthy forests."
Longleaf pine habitat can contain
as many as 300 different species of

Bird Walk

in Lower

Suwannee

Wildlife

Refuge
Submitted
For wannabes and old hands, come
birding with our intrepid birders on
Monday, January 10. On the first
Monday of each month we select a
place in the Lower Suwannee and
Cedar Key Wildlife Refuges to see
whatever birds are around and to en-
joy the outdoors. Plant lovers.enjoy
these outings as well.
This month we will do a driving
and stopping kind of exploration so
that folks who are riot up to fairly
long walks will have an opportunity
to participate. To make it even more
sociable, we will meet for breakfast
at Gail's in Old Town at 8:30 a.m.
and then depart around 9 a.m.
Our tour will take us to Yellow
Jacket Loop Road, Beaver Dam
Road and Weeks Landing Road in
the Northern most part of the Refuge.
These are all off of CR 349. Call
Joyce Tarnow at 352/498-2886 for
further details.


Pivot


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do not have the micro valve cut off.
Philman explained he is working to
retrofit the equipment as soon as pos-
sible, given the fact that this endeavor
could be very costly.
Jon Gray pointed out that the
problem possibly needs addressing,
but he felt that the farmers should
not be made out to be lawbreakers.
He added that "wind drift" could al-
ways present a problem. He asked if
there was a state rule involving over-
spray on highways. Gray felt farmers
would want a volunteer program to
solve the problem.
The committee discussed that a
registry be made to identify all of the
irrigation pivots in Gilchrist County
that are parallel with county roads.
When there is a problem, the infor-
matipn involving a particular pivot
would be in the county system for a
quick response.
The committee determined that
they did not need an ordinance to cor-
rect this problem. A working group
of farmers would solve the problem.
The group also determined that a reg-
istry of irrigation equipment owners


be made and a meeting of these farm-
ers be called to discuss this matter to
get it solved.
Most farmers are already comply-
ing with Best Management Practices.
This is a requirement as the farmers
are currently dealing with the water
management districts involving the
use of the pivot equipment.
The commission agreed to have
the county attorney send a letter to
the ag committee to have them send
a recommendation back to the board
to solve this problem. If the Ag Com-
mittee could not submit a solution
to the board, the commission would
then take action to adopt an ordinance
involving the spraying of irrigation
equipment on county roads.


groundcover plants per acre, and ap-
proximately 60 percent of the am-
phibian and reptile species found
in the Southeast. Additionally, this
forested habitat is home to at least
122 endangered or threatened plant
and animal species including the
fox squirrel, northern bobwhite, red-
cockaded woodpecker and gopher
tortoise. The Longleaf Pine Initia-
tive will incorporate, through the
Wildlife Habitat Incentive Program
(WHIP), both technical and finan-
cial assistance to help landowners in
Florida to improve habitat on agricul-
tural land, nonindustrial private for-
est and Tribal land. Although WHIP
has a continuous signup, landowners
have until January 7, 2011 to apply
for FY2011 funding for the Longleaf
Pine Initiative. Approved partici-
pants will receive financial assistance
for implementing conservation prac-
tices including planting longleaf pine,
installing firebreaks, conducting pre-
scribed burning and controlling in-
vasive plants. For more information,
call 463-3138.


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Buyers can purchase a kit andi as-
semble the helicopter themselves, or
they can have the factory build it it
it is the ultralight version. The ex-
perimental version, which includes
all turbine-powered Mosquitoes.
requires owner participation in con-
struction and the owner needs a li
cense to fly. No license is required to
fly the ultralight version.
The Mosquito engine can run for
three hours on one tank of fuel. It flies
at a maximum of S.000 feet, although
most of the pilots said they like I,; I
at 500 feet.
The fly-in attracted five Mosquito
helicopters the first year. The second
year, six Mosquito owners brought
their "magic carpets" to the factory
site. The third year, 19 copters ar-
rived. This year, there were 10 Mos-
quitoes with owners who brought
their aircraft to Trenton. Owners
came from Canada, South America.
California, Texas, Minnesota, South
Carolina, Ohio, Maine and Missouri.
Eddy loved seeing the growth and
expansion of the "brotherhood" of


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.A larkT Thompson brings Lorne Diebel in for a landing after Diebelflew the helicopter to spread the ashes of
Thomipson's father Edgar 'Eddy' Thompson on Dec. 28 in Trenton. Photo By Jeff M. Hardison


Mosquito pilots, Mark said.
His father died after catastrophic
Failure to his Mosquito helicopter.
"The very thing he had come to love
so much, and brought him so much
joy in his life turned out to be the
thing that brought the last facet or the
last chapter to his life."
Mark said he had discussed the
possibility of this happening.
"Quite honestly, if he was going to
go out this way, he told me 'It's the
way I'd rather go,'" Mark said. "So
unlike a lot of us, his wish came true.
He didn't get to choose the way he
went, but he wished for a way and it
happened that way."
It is almost comforting to know his
father died doing something he loved,
he said. Now, just over six months


later, Mark said he has come to terms
with the death of his father.
A number of people spoke about
Eddy Thompson. Everyone men-
tioned his sense of humor and posi-
tive outlook on life. Diebel said the
man cared about people in the world.
"He was one top dude," said Pete
Davidson of Toronto.
Cam Habeger of Minnesota said
he had joked with Eddy about us-
ing hockey tape to hold a carbure-
tor where it had to be. Hockey tape,
Habeger said, is what players put on
the end of their sticks to better hit the
puck.
"He razzed me about hockey tape
every time. That's not an aircraft-ap-
proved part, he would say," Habeger
added. "What do I know? I'm from


Minnesota." Each year, Eddy would
ask the man about hockey tape so that
he could make a helicopter fly.
Every flier has their own plans for
adventures while flying.
Davidson's helicopter has been
painted with glow in the dark paint in
a design he created himself. It resem-
bles a dinosaur. He named it "Flyran-
nasaurus."
Kerry Kerwin of Burbank, Calif.,
said he plans to have a video made of
him flying his orange-colored Mos-
quito in front of the "Hollywood"
sign in California.
The group enjoyed some food,
chatting and then took turns flying
the Mosquitoes for the rest of the fly-
in that started Monday and concluded
Wednesday.


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