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Gilchrist County journal
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Thetis F. Fisher
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Trenton Fla
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United States -- Florida -- Gilchrist -- Trenton
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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Began in 1933.
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Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 3 (Feb. 1, 1934).

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Serving Gilchrist County and Surrounding Area for over 82 Years
207 North Main Street, Trenton, Florida 32693
Phone (352) 463-7135 Fax (352) 463-7393 $22.00AYear InTri-CountyArea (Gilchrist,
Vol. 82- No. 46 Trenton, Florida 32693 Thursday, April 4, 2013 Price50 Dixie & Levy Counties), $28.00 Other Areas
www.gilchristcountyjoumnal.net Of Florida, $32.00 Out Of State



Poop turned to power at Alliance Dairies

By John M. Ayers designed to turn the animals', waste The benefits of this operation will
Charlie Smith, representing into electricity, result in a vast reduction of odors
Alliance Dairies, presented a special "Poop to ppwer," Smith explained, on and around the farm, Smith program to the Trenton Rotary Club A member of the Trenton Rotary explained. This process will also
-I on Monday identifying, "The Power Club, Smith told his fellow Rotarians -remove nutrients from the farm and
,400d of Digestion," or creating a renewable that the anaerobic manure digester compost manure bio-solids to use as energy source for Alliance Dairies in involves the bacterial decomposition a soil amendment or bedding, while Gilchrist and Levy counties. of organic matter that occurs in the generating electricity from biogas.
Established in 1990, Alliance absence of oxygen. Alliance Dairies' digester has a
Dairies, is co-owned by William The anaerobic manure digester 1,000-kilowatt generator, capable
McArthur and Ron St. John. The is a long, converted pit filled daily of producing electric power for 425.
dairies milk a combined 5,200 head with manure and other products that residential homes. 41 of dairy cows and manage 6,088 acres are broken down by the process of The digester is located at Alliance
including 3,719 acres of cropland. the digester. During this process a Dairy, bordering Gilchrist and Levy Alliance Dairies identified a need biogas outlet allows the gases to counties and is 1.5 times the size of a for a waste "full" solution. escape through a piping system as football field.
According to Smith, on average a well as an effluent outlet piping This digester has a capacity to dairy cow produces 150 pounds of that allows products to escape exceed 6.7 million gallons of material. waste each day, which includes 20 to a secondary lagoon used for The daily volume of materials is pounds of solids, fertilization. The biogas is collected estimated to range from 450,000 to
(When posed with the problem under aii expandable gas tight cover. 500,000 gallons.
of what to do with all this waste, During this process the gas is drawn The digester program was financed Alliance Dairies opted for an off and fed to a generator to produce Continued to page 10 Alliance Dairies' anaerobic manure digester turns manure into electricity, anaerobic manure digester, which is electricity.


.School bus accident


sends 1 child to hospital















Trenton's historic M ,ay House was demolished this week to make way for a new McDonaldsTM and Family DollarM which will be constructed on the now vacant lot at NE 1st Street and NE 1st Avenue in Trenton. Efforts by Trenton attorney Ted Burt to findsomeone willing to move the May House were unsuccessful and the home, which was built in 1922, was destroyed.




A Gilchrist County school bus was involved in a two-vehicle accident on Wednesday morning, March 27. The bus was driving though downtown Trenton picking up students along it's route, when the accident,
8 18805 93443 1 occurred. Gilchrist County School District officials reported that one child was transported to the hospital
in Gainesvillefor precautionary treatment. The student underwent a medical evaluation and was released April 4,2013 later that day. The Trenton Police Department investigated thi accident and further information was
.i A~ril4, 213 i /unavailable at press time.


J Hardware store will


move to State Rad2








R Bell High School's 2nd Annual for this Saturday's "Running of the
o ~~~"Running of the Bulldogs," a 5K Bulldogs. Some participants are ~~<),Xi
Event that generates money for the expected to come from as far away as.
-' Relay For Life of Gilchrist County, New Port Richey and even from out
o, will be held on Saturday, April 6. of state (Georgia). I
-JThe race time is set for 9 a.m., but Amanda Williams, a Trenton High ,
participants are asked to be at the Bell School student, designed a custom
wo -High School Track by 8:30 a.m. pencil drawing for the 5K t-shirts. ,.
It's not too late to register, anyone "This event is truly a unifying
intrestd in artiipatig inthisevent for our county," Pedroso said. .4
t. o- year's event can register on the day "eare one community working
-- o of the race. together to make cancer part of the
,2. LisaBarry, assistantpriincipal atBell history books.""
o High School, said 100 participants A professionally timed 5K walk!
Share expected to take part in the 2013 run, the "Running of the Bulldogs"
"Running of the Bulldogs". will feature water stops along the
1J** Last year's inaugural event drew course, refreshments, participation
50 participants cross the finish line, ribbons and a small, but special, Trenton's former Badcock building will be home to a new Ace Hardware store, according to officials
5 According to Carmen Pedroso, mystery "bulldog" prize for the first at Trenton City Hail. The owners are currently in the process of preliminary development design
:I: ttirace director, the "Running of the 100 participants to cross the finish with City staff, but once open, the new hardware store will mean the closing of Trenton's current Ace
n, 7Bulldogs" was Gilchrist County's line. Trophies will be awarded for the Hardware, which is located across the street from Trenton Middle-High Schoof. Product offerings
O first-ever organized 5K road race and top three male and female finishers. ,.
it was a complete success in 2012. Come out on Saturday morning and will be expanded once the hardware store is moved to it's new location, according to Taylor Brown, Citizens from throughout the tri- support a worthy cause, the American Trenton City Manager No time frame jfor the opening of the new store was available at press time. county area have already registered Cancer Society's Relay For Life!
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Page Two GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL THURSDAY, APRIL 4,2013

Community Events

Plant Expo in Spring Ridge 'Paint The 64
Newberry Pancake Town Purple
bhe hedNewberry Garden Club will Br 1eakf s t 1A nril 22 Ms. Cheri Rizer of Trenton, would:
like to announce the marriage of her,
Saturday Apr. 6th, from 8:00 a.m. to daughter, Lauren Langford, to Cody,
1:00 p.m. Trees, shrubs, flowers of The Spring Ridge Volunteer Fire We would like to invite you to par- F rink. Mr. and Mrs. F rink were wed
all kind, bulbs, fruit, and vegetable Department invites you to their next ticipate in the "Paint the Town Purple" on March 26, 2013.
plants, yard and garden related crafts monthly Pancake Breakfast at their event for Relay For Life of Gilchrist od irth son oCin h
for sale at great prices! firehouse (Gilchrist County Fire Sta- County on Monday, Apr. 22, 2013. Cody is the son of Curtis and CherProceeds support community tion 3). This month's breakfast will "Paint the Town Purple" is an activ- yLaurenk is the granddaughter of
projects and scholarship funds. This start at 7:30 a.m., on Saturday, April ity of the American Cancer Society Ge n i anier ofT
event will be located at 24845 West 6, and run until at least 10 a.m. that promotes cancer awareness, and Gerald and Debbi Lanier of Tren-:
Newberry Road, Newberry, the park- All residents of the northeast Gil- gives individuals, teams and coming lot of the Newberry First United christ County area and surrounding munities an opportunity to fight back Joanne brideLis a graduate of Trenton
Methodist Church. communities are invited to attend. against cancer. It helps create a world Hhe So d i ll e o ntnuLooking for a new activity to with less cancer and more birthdays, High School and will be continu-'
Boots participate in this year? The Spring by helping people get wll, stay well, ing her education at Santa Fe College,
Ridge VFD can still use your help and find cures for.cancer. This day in the fall.
with set-up, early morning startup, encourages businesses, churches, and The groom is currently in the U.S.'
B ands B ash kitchen support, dining area and bev- community members to wear purple Navy and will be attending college in.
The Education Foundation of Gil- erage support, grill support, greeting/ and display purple ribbons/decorachrist County will present Boots ting/helping guests, cleanup, and tions to bring awareness to the Ameri- Lauren Langford and Cody Frink married on March 26, 2013. Congrats, Mr. and Mrs. Frink!
or ot 2 other tasks. Feel free today to talk can Cancer Society's many programs
N- Bands Bash in honor of the 20th with any of our members regarding and services in our community. The M arria S o cia ls
Annual Wild Beast Feast on Friday, becoming a Breakfast Volunteer. color purple represents every type of ge
April 12. Blueberry, nut and plain pancakes cancer and is the official color of Re- Applic ationrlz
Live music will be performed by will be served, along with sausages, lay For Life. A panel will judge the S Happy Birthday wishes to Edd
anSe Bide C. eggs, grits (cheese grits, too!), coffee best decorated place and the winner Aio Hap Biss, Sr., Sarah Weber, and Quinn
and Steel Bridge. BsS. aa eeadQin
Early tickets can be purchased for and juice. As usual, the cost for the will be placed in the newspaper. Justin Lon Pate, 25, and Tabatha Kincaid on April 4th; Amber Baker, At the gate, tickets will be $30. breakfast will be a donation to the fire Leann Ritchey, 23, both of Branford. Paul Arringto, Alan Bivens on April
Gates to the Gilchrist County Agri- Donnie Wayne Clardy, 45, and Lo- 5th; Dr. Grace Mikell Dunn and
culture Complex will open at 6 p.m. FionGilcat Countyrrie Race Kalapos, 52, both of High Heather .Gay on April 6th; Wayne
Local food vendors will be on hand StriegbenefitS gs. Cellon, Harriet Akins Read, Bob Norman David and Melody LaFlarn,
with some awesome food. Road 340 (Poe Springs Road), near Amos Scott Audette, 44, Of McA- Schroeder, and Martine Roberts of Bronson would like to announce'
Therethe Spring Ridge Church of God. pin, and Carey Lynn Zukaitis, 42, of on April 7th; Cassandra Gonzales, the marriage of their son Matthew
along with music, dancing and food! Come have a nice breakfast and chat Capital City Bank in Trenton is Archer. Aaron Bachle, Darlene Schuler,, Lee Eric LaFlam to Samantha Randolph,
with your neighbors. See you on the holding a yard sale on Saturday, April Davidson, and Candice Gay on April daughter of Holly and Kim Randolph.
first Saturday of April (and every 6 from 8 a.m. to Noon to benefit the 8th- Pete Thornton, Billy Rogers, Jr., of Trenton.
F.A .I.T.iH .H, month)! Relay for Life. r Mark Schuler, Valerie Beck, Leslie Please join us in celebrating their
-. Thigpen April 9th; Brandi Hartzog, blessed union:
Van in Bell Freedom Song Gentiva plans Marriages Kaye Carlisle, Ronda Adkins, Jillian Matthew 19:6 Whattherefore God,
O'Donnell, and Kyle Martin on April has joined together, let not man put
The F.A.I.T.H.H. Mobile Food Re ay lunch Jarrod Allen Beckham, 33, and 10th. asunder.
Pantry will be in Bell at the, Club- Mattie Trautman and Brent Ow- .l unch Cheryl Elaine Trail, 30, both of Bell, Happy Anniversary wishes to Mr.
house behind City Hall onApril 25th, ens, with Leigh Hartzog & Band will were married on March 23, 2013, by and Mrs. Jeffery Floyd and Mr. and Kathleen Schenck, and Tracy Tol-'
2012, at 9:45 a.m. perform at Freedom Song Concert at Team Gentiva's Annual Luncheon Amanda N. Newbern, notary public. Mrs, Fritz Koerper on April 6th; Mr. bert, both of Newberry, have been'
For more information, please call 4 p.m. on Saturday, April 13 at the for the Relay For Life will be held on Cody Marland Frink, 20, of Lake and Mrs. Jim Gonzales on April 7th; named to the Dean's List at the Sa-. Debbie Long, Program Coordinator, Trenton Train Depot. April 12 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. City, and Lauren Hunter Langford, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Park and Regg and vannah College of Art and Design for'
at 352-372-0294. This will be a donation concert rais- Dinners will be $7 per box and in- 20, of Trenton, were married on Nancy Castor on April 10th. the fall quarter of 2012..
ing money and awareness for those clude one barbecue sandwich, with March 26, 2013, by Vema Mae Wilheld in slavery and sex trafficking, two sides and a drink, son, notary public.
.A ARP D river Come join us as we enjoy music, Gentiva is located at 413 E. Wade R. A. Colson
raise money for those in need and Street in Trenton. G eneral
bring hope to the hopeless. For more information, or to place lredrfrC contract ri c e
Safety______Class___ a large order for delivery, call Sarah o tpG n r lC n r c
An AARP Driver Safety Class will W II Cleeland at (239) 273-9733.
*be held at the Gilchrist Count Pub-. W W II vets lic Library on Wednesday, May A hold Residential Commercial
The class will run from 9 a.m. to 3:30 "World War II Vets and Proud of ye tiden til RemerlA
p.m., attendees are asked to bring a It" will meet at ABC Pizza in Chief- Pol
sack lutch. The library is located at land, on April lth, at 11:30 a.m. If Re na Swimmingr
105. NE Hth Avenue, Trenton,. FL you have any questions please con- ____________ Fate C5 945
32693. tact Virginia Lewis at 352-528-2310. A sFL. State ic.#CGC1504769 352-949-1450
Registration is required, please call Please bring a friend, spouse, or an- Ayers Health & Rehab's Relay W y
352-333-3036. other Veteran with you. Team is holding. a raffle for a two w il
night, all inclusive stay in Cedar Key
at the historic Island Hotel with a din-. iR ela C1428141
Y ROBERTS, CPA- nerfortwoat obinson's Seafoqd. ..... a. ..
Tickets are $5 and. only 300 ticketS "yy ip fan piIbers
-B N.E. 5th Street 352-463-9414 Office will be sold. to cancer as well as friends to the WELL PUMP SERVICE WATER '$bH'ENER

P. 0. Box 1358 disease. Even survivors and their COMPLETE PLUMBING SERVICE
Trnton, Florida 32693 Gfamilies are forever affected by the SEPTIC & DRAIN FIELD
Tretn F o :da Relay eoa disease: Hope for a future without

Preparation and Planning for Corporations the dread of cancer is a powerful DRAIN CLEANING & VIDEO INSPECTION
Partnerships and Individuals Tournament motivtor. o, ONE CALLDOES ITALL!

Small Business Consulting hiding support to patients and their
Payroll Services The employees of Central Florida families further motivates me."
Monthly Accounting Electric Cooperative will hold the' U S e I
___ Fifth Annual Light of Hope Golf Sammy Schofield
Tournament for the American Can- .. ,
cer Society and the Relay for Life Tid Thbl
on April 13, 2013. The event will be- Spaghetti
gin with breakfast at 7:00 a.m. and a g h ill
shotgun start for golfers at 8:00 a.m., uncheon w Date High Low Hih Lw Hg
FIRST' CLASS ~ ~~~~~~~at the Chiefland Golf adCountryLucenwlDae Hh LO Hih ow ig
inhe Chiefland, Flfa. d by Thu 0.210 ft. 2.257 ft. 1.420 ft. 2.762ft.
tournament registration fee is R e Apr 4, 13:09 A M 2 :53 A M 3l t.M28 281Pt
IS -F R E E $150 for a four-person team, which Fri 0Mt1o8s At. 2. 4713t 1A073Mt. A2.8M28 ft.
includes green fees, cart, plus compe- The Trenton United Methodist Apr 5, 13 4:26 AM 10:5 1 AM 4:36 PM 10:18 PM
(April Only) tftions for the longest drive, straight- Church is holding a spaghetti dinner Sat 0.193 ft. 2.733 f 0638ft 2952 ft.
est drive and closest to the pin. Door on Friday, April 12, from 11:30 a.m. Apr 6, 13 5:24 AM 11:32AM 5:39 PM 11:25 PM
prizes will be given away as well. The to 1:30 p.m. You may eat in or take Sun 2.952 ft. 0204ft. 2.936 ft. o23. 0( 'xec' 4, be)0uk i 'c14i ,{ e'4 tournament also offers many spon- out. The dinner includes spaghetti A rn7, 13 12:25 AM 7:10 AM 1:06 PM 7.29 PM
f' u{ i sorship and donation opportunities with meat sauce, salad, bread, tea and on3.04ft. 0.26ft 3.16ft. -0077ft.
Qct'Ajfor both individuals and businesses, dessert. Arg8,13 1:19 AM 7:49 AM l1:37 PM 8:12 PM
All proceeds for the tournament Dinner is $8 and all proceeds go Tue 3.086 ft. 0.381 ft. 3265ft.7 -0.281 ft.
S a n d G a s S a i n go to The American Cancer Soci- to the Relay For Life of Gilchrist : ,32:05 AM 8:23 AM 2:05 PM 8:51PM ____S a n d c la s S a i nety Relay for Life program, which County. 3.064ft.V 0.5 19 ft. 3.349 ft -0.384 ft.
969 South Main Street Bell, FL 32619 celebrates survivors, funds research Please contact Ann Ferguson at Apr 10, 13 2:45 AM 8:55 AM 2:33 PM 9:27 PM ___,and cancer education, and inspires 463-7160 or Donna Hayes at 226- ~ M i :4/10 53,5 AM
Classes Saturdays, 10 a.m to noon and Thursday 6 p.m. to 9 p.m." the public to become involved in the 0141 for more information.
r~ ii" ~.s a American Cancer Society's advocacy
Ll- GelecAot o- DetkIAW 'A Sq oWf 1 rII K efforts. Together, we can help make F r o ein r ato alL ndferc nthfgtgiscae. Was The Pope Ever Considered "God On Earth"?
For more information on this event,(enHat)
-386-935-1 206 "contact Tony Wasson or Kathy Baker
at (352)493-2511. A recent article appearing in this paper (March 14, 2013) the universal ruler of truth, the arbiter of the world, the
________________ suggested the Roman Catholic Church called the Pope supreme judge of heaven and earth, the judge f all, being
"God on earth." Disagreement of whether the Roman judged by no one, God himself on earth."
GilhrstCo ntyJo rn l r B B luegrass Catholic Church refers to its leader in this manner is a topic (Quoted in the New York Catechism)
of interest to a few. I would like to share some facts that "All names which in the Scriptures are applied to Christ by IJS S-18-20The Dixie County Historical Soci- .would support this claim of the teaching of the Roman virtue of which it is established that He is over the church
USP -2 8-20ety will be hosting another evening Catholic Church. A number of historical documents refer to all the same names are applied to the Pope." (On the
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY of Bluegrass and Bluegrass Gospel the practice of calling the Pope "God on earth" consider Authority of the Councils, book 2, chapter 1 7)
IN GILCHRIST COUNTY, 207 N. MAIN music for your enjoyment on Satur- these historical documents: .."The Pope is as it were God on earth, sole sovereign of the
TRENONFLOIDAday Ap. 6 203, t te "ld"Old "The supreme teacher in the Church is the Roman Pontiff? faithfud of Christ, chief of kings having plenihide of power."
LeThNON, advrIsin Town ElnAp r y Sc203aheOld ditru Union of minds, therefore, requires... complete submission (Lucius Ferraris, in "Prompta Bibliotheca Canonica.
LessLha 75 adertiingTow Elmenary chol~uitoium and obedience of will to. the Church and to the Roman Juridica A'oralis, Theologica, Ascetica, Polemica,
We reserve the ight to shorten articles, letters, located at SR. 349 and CR 55A. Big Pontiff as to God Himself" (Leo VIII, On the Chief Rubristica, Historica", Volume V article on "Papa, Article
etc. and delete any part or leave out in its entirety Cypress Bluegrass will be perform- Duties of Christians as Citizens Encyclical letter. 1890). I" titled "Concerning the extent of Papal dignity' authorii;
if we judge such to be offensive. ing. The music will Start at 6 p.m., "God separates those whomt the Roman Pontiff who or dominion and infallibilty", #5,13-58 ubihdi
SUBCRPTONRAESand will finish when the music stops! exercises the functions, not of mner'e man, but of the true Petit-Montrouge (Paris) by~ J. 5.e 1-5.8, plseditin
$22.00 A Year In Tri-County Area Admission is free so bring the family 'God... dissolv~es. not by human bttt rather y diie In practice the Roman Catholic Church follows the sahme$28.00 All Other Areas In Florida $82 Out Of State and enjoy! authority" (Decretals of Gregoiy IX Book Chapter 7.3) course as having the Pope to be God on earth. When Pope
JOIN MN YER II"The Pope and God .are the same, so he has all power' in Pius IX defined the use of "Papal it~fallibility" at the First
of theAY RSIIHeaven and earth." (Pope Pius V, quoted in Barclay, Vatican Council (1869-1870) the Roman Catholic Church
EDIORi o UL.E AND O .N Friends Cht e ,apter xxvii, p. 218, "cities Petirus Bertanous".) determined the Pope is incapable of error or deception. This
CAR IE YER MIELL"The Pope is of so gat dignity and so exalted that he is would place a man on the level of God. Semantics aside, the C~niE A S mZ L,,. r rynot a mere man, but as it were God and the vicar of' God" reality of calling a man "in fhllible" is a grievous sin when
ASSOCIATE EDITOR (Ferraris Ecclesiastical dictionary) man elevates himself to God. The apostle Peter never did
"The Pope takes the place of' Jesus Chist on earth... by that nor taught the followers of Christ to do. so (nor did Cindy Jo Ayers, Mark Schuler, Megan Stalvey, 'The Friends of the Luther Cal- divine right the Pope has supreme and ill power in Ii jth. in Paul). Can we find any evidence in scripture where Peter is
Donna Jones, and Chris Rogers laway Public Library (FLCPL), the morals aver each and everypastor' and hislok. He is the called "Pope'? None! Jesus built His church on the
ASSISTANTS Chiefland Branch of the Levy County true vicar: the head of the entire church, the fiither' and confession of Peter, not Peter (Matthew 16:16)..lesus is the
Public Library System, will hold their teacher of all Christians. He is the infullible ruler: the only living bread (John 6:51) not the Pope. Entered as Periodicals at the Post Office at Trenton, monthly meeting at the Library, 104 bunkerer of dogmas, the author qland the judge of councils;
Florida, under the act of March 1879. NE 3rd Street, Chiefland(a block be- C uc
POSTMASTER Please Send Address Change To: hind City Hall), at 11 a.m., on April Trenton Ch rhof Christ
Gilchist Couty Journal, 207 N. Main Street, 11, 2013. For further information call 463-3793 502 Northeast 7th Street Trenton, Florida 32693
Trenton, Florida 32698 FLCPL president Ann Brown at 352- Please Visit www.trentonchurchofchrist.com Email kerux@bellsouth.net
226-7413. ___________________________________________





THURSDAY, APRIL 4,2013 GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL Page Three


K Cityr Commission holds lengthy meeting

ByC n yJ y r o m ot n ti o s o e p e p e sd ob ok n nh sh m h et T et n Ct g ni
The Trenton City Commission met respect. town. He is replacing Ivy, Smith, who meeting will be held on April 23 at
on March 26, for their regular month- Trenton City Manager Taiylor is moving to Lake County where she 5:30 p.m. at the Trenton Community 4ly meeting, which lasted, nearly five Brown assured the citizens gathered has taken a new job. Center.
hours. The meeting agenda called for at the meeting that complaints are-s, three action items, but those three important and they give everyone a
topics took up the majority of the chance to improve.'~' ~ meeting.
I Employee appeals to Commission
Complaints againstfTrenton Police after being terminated
--7 officer An appeal hearing on the terminaTrenton Police Chief Jim Raven tion of administrative assistant RobinU and Officer Brit Combs responded to Heath's employment with the City of TAkYU remarks made by several concerned Trenton was also brought before the CO O K IN G A ND CA RR Y IN' O N city residents in a city council meet- Trenton City Commission last week.
ing held in early March. The residents 'According to City Manager Taylor I would like to thank Mr. A.W and Mr.
-' ~~complained specifically about what Brown, Robin Heath's employmentFoety nc
they considered unfair treatment by was terminated after she was released Wendell of A.W. Powers Foe r Inc
Officer Combs. anfrom jury duty in Levy County at 10bu ig se rt san fo
In the only case where official a.m. and did not return for work. for bu igmy ste hsyeara dfo
complaint was filed, Chief Raven's Heath reportedly claimed on her time explained that Officer Combs did not card that jury duty lasted until 5 p.m. their continued support of our
use undue force while arresting Je.- on that. day. Brown said Heath. hadyo t at heS w n eRi rY uh
rode Strong on December 31, 2012. three opportunities to tell the truthyo t athe uw n eRi rY uh
Strong alleged that his left shoulder about how long she was at jury duty, was injured during the arrest and but she stuck with her original story Livestock Show and Sale.
that Officer Combs had removed the that jury duty lasted until 5 p.m.' de'-~Taser prongs himself. According to spite Brown's knowledge that she
Chief Raven, Strong had resisted ar- was released at 10 a.m.th
rest and fled and Officer Combs used Heath addressed members of Thakhou
a minimum amount of force in mak- Trenton City Commission and told C d
StjJ>ing the arrest. them that she was "an exemplary Co yNorton
After his arrest, Strong was re- employee" and that she had never
portedly transported to the Gilchrist done anything before this occasion_________________________Photo courtesy of the State Archives of Florid County Jail. Two days later, on Janu- and would never do ahything in the *"Swamp cabbage is considered a trees." I was young at the time and ary 2, 2013, Strong was taken to future that would cost the city money. delicacy in Florida Cracker culture." could not understand what the big Palms Medical in Trenton after com- Heath went on to say that she needed
Florida Historical Society deal was about cutting down a cab- plaining of a shoulder injury her job. She also pointed out that sevbage tree as our people had beeii eat- Chief Raven read the medical re- eral other City employees had been THANK YOU TO ALL THE SUPPORTERS
I 'just had to smile last weekend ing them as long as they had been in cords from Strong's visit to Palms caught doing more egregious actions,
when I heard that the Dixie County Florida, which was quite a while. I Medical which reportedly showed, but they had not lost their jobs. Y~I7 OF THE 201 3 SUWANNEE. RIVER FAIR.
Historical Society was planning a guess it sounds a lot worse when you that he did not have a fracture or dis- According to the City's Employee Swamp Cabbage Cook-Off competi- call them Sable Palms. They are our located shoulder. Handbook, an employee has o return Iwollietsndapcalhnkyuotemmbr
tion. The big event is planned for Sat- state tree by the .way, and I'm pretty Trenton resident Karen Manneh to work after being released from Iwollietsndapcalhnkyuotemmbr urday, April 20 at the Dixie County sure those legislators of long ago also complained about several in- jury duty for the remainder of the of our community that bought my pig.
Cultural Center in Old Town, which who gave the cabbage tree the offi- cidents that have happened to her work day.. is known to most of us as the old el- cial title of state tree, were fond of or to family members since Officer The city manager was asked by W
ementary school, and is located just eating them too. Combs was hired to the Trenton po- Commissioner Randy Rutter if- he T hank iou
off the Suwannee road, at the corner In my big book of recipes I have col- lice force. would be' comfortable working with
of Highway 349 and 55A. lected many special recipes through "He [Officer Combs] should treat Heath if the city commission opted Sarah 'Wikerson and Carlos Bossio
The folks at Dixie's Historical So- the years. One of my most treasured people the way he wants to be treat- to reinstate her job. Brown told the
ciety hold a big event every April recipes is from Mrs. Marie Johnson ed," Manneb told the Trenton city commissioners that due to her posi- 83Farms
to celebrate their county's history. who, along with her husband, Web- commissioners. tion within the police department and 8
This year they might draw a few of ster Johnson, ran Johnson's Restau- Chief Raven and Officer Combs re- the sensitive information she deals Mr. Keith and Mr. Kelly Philman
us from just over the line, since they rant on the dock in Cedar Key dur- sponded to Manneh's complaints and with as clerk within the department, S ihFr s
will be serving swamp cabbage, sau- ing the 60s. Stidly, the Johnsons are explained their side of the incidents he did not feel like he could trust her sage or ribs, and all the fix-in's for no longer with us but several of Miss to the city commissioners last week. in the future. M .adM s at mt
only $7.00 a plate. Marie's recipes are stored away in my Like Manneh, Trenton resident, Ber- Ultimately, the commissioners told.M.adM s at mt
It will be real interesting to find out ,big book of recipes. Miss Marie was nadette Brown also complained about Heath that they were sorry that she P p an n l m
who can make the best pot of swamp a wonderful cook, and a very special Officer Combs handling of a traffic had lost her job after 3.5 years with Pp an n ai
cabbage. I wonder if any of the cooks lady, who never seemed to mind a ex- stop. Brown said that her son was the City, but they would be standing Ware Oil
will cook their cabbage in a big old tra teenager (me) tagging along with stopped because a tag light was out by the decision their city manager U ceD nadA n u vrt
caste iron pot. Who knows, some her and -'her daughter, Beth. on the vehicle he was driving. She had made. U ceD nadA n u vrt
people may add tomatoes or onions Next time you have some extra told the commissioners that when she to their cabbage. Now, I am a pur- swamp cabbage try this recipe. arrived at the location where her son Trenton Hall of Fame inductees est, I like mine cooked with a lot of was pulled over, Officer Combs told The late Willie Mae Sims and the
smoked bacon, a lot of black pepper, .~,~$i~r'is her to leave. Brown explained that late Aldonia Rawls will be the 2013
"~d a little salt. Frankly, I can't think t'her son is a minor and she only went Trenton Hall of Fame inductees.
6f anything finer. It makes me -hungry fw.n 6'Yie'J i- to the scene to assist after one of her The ladies' photographs 'will be
just writing about it. "son' s friends sent her a text message added to the wall inside the Trenton
The all day event will include blue- 2 Swamp Cabbage hearts, sliced saying they could not find all the pa- Community Center during an upcomgrass music by Big Cypress and lots 2 large cans of crushed pineapple, perwork Officer Combs was asking ing meeting, where the Trenton City of craft venders. They plan to eat drained for in the vehicle. Commission holds their meetings. At
around noon. All proceeds from the 1 large bag miniature marshmallows Officer Combs responded to press time, the date for the Hall of event will go to fund their museum, 1 teaspoon cinnamon Brown's complaint by saying that no Fame reception had not be. set.
which is also housed in the* old el- 1 teaspoon nutmeg one should ever come to a traffic stop
emnentary school. 4 tablespoons sugar that is in progress. New accounts administrator hired
Swamp cabbage has been a big part 1 tablespoon crystallized ginger, After listening to complaints from Gilchrist County native Seth Hastof our heritage for many generations. chopped citizens of Trenton, and responses ings has been hired as the City of I would also like to thank Uncle Herbie for helping-me with my project,
I remember working at a restaurant 1/4 cup vinegar made by Chief Raven and Officer Trenton's accounts administrator. and Meme and Papa Brown for letting me keep my pig at their farm.
in Cedar Key, just after high school, Some mayonnaise Combs, Trenton Mayor Glen Thig- Hastings grew up in Trenton and is
and one of our customers questioned pen said, "We need the community to
the harvesting of hearts of palm. The Mix vinegar and sugar in bowl,' add trust our police department." nice lady was going on and on about marshmallows And stir, allow this Officer Combs was told by memhow wonderful the hearts of palm mixture to sit for one hour. Add all bers of the Trenton City Commission salad was and then I explained that the other ingredients and add enough that communication in a small comMr. Peachinon Alford was our cab- mayonnaise to make the slaw moist. munity is important. bage man and he sure could cut down Serve on a lettuce leaf is desired. "I'm trying to learn this communiShe could not eat another bite once of slaw, so I suggest you cut the rec- Officer Combs was given several she found out that, in her words, ipe in half. Also, chill the slaw for a suggestions on how to deal with the "We murdered one of those beautiful little while before serving. citizenry of a small community andM u c




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Levy native will perform at State Bluegrass Festival
By Angie Land
Submitted
Shannon and Heather Slaughter In an article I read recently, the auand County Clare will be thor suggested that a clear conscious
performing on April 5 and 6 during is an unattainable goal, and therefore
the l1th Annual Florida State no one should lose sleep worrying
Bluegrass Festival in Perry. or feeling guilty. Is there any truth
Shannon and Heather Slaughter to this position? Should a clear conwill be performing on Friday, April science even be of concern in the
5 at 4 p.m. and again on Saturday, "end-justifies-the-means" mentalApril 6 at Noon and 5 p.m. ity of our culture.. .or any culture for
The Florida State Bluegrass that matter? In Acts 23:1, the apostle
Festival will be held at Florida Paul is standing before the SanheCapital State Park, which is located drin, the highest court of the Jewoff Highway 19, at 204 Forest Park ish nation, in New Testament times.
Drive in Perry. In response to the charges brought
The festival will feature some / against him, "Paul looked straight at
of the best bluegrass groups in the the Sanhedrin and said, 'My brothers,
nation. There will be a chili cook- I have fulfilled my duty to God in all Angie Land,
off event, with over $1000 in cash good conscience to this day."' Why
prizes. Free music workshops will on earth would a clear conscious be and sacrifices are not able to clear
peorie totceodr.TeePaul's defense? the conscience. Even when we don't
be offered to ticket holders. There Paul' Inoderfoenser hs uetos want to hear it, our conscience brings
will also be arts and crafts, food In order to answer these questions,
vendors and much more! the first thing we need is a good work awareness of what we ought to do, to
Tickets only $15.00 in advance, ing definition of our conscience... get to the bottom of the issue. The
per person, for a weekend pass. what is it exactly? According to the rest is up to us.
For more information call New Testament Lexical Aids, the Finally, Paul encourages us in He850-584-5366 or visit www. Greek word for conscience is "syn- brews .10;22 to "draw near to God."
floridastatebluegrass.com. eidesis" which "denotes the faculty Often, when we feel guilty, we tend
of the mind whose nature it is to to avoid coming into His presence.
bear witness to one's own moral con- However, when our conscience conduct." In other words, when you are dens us, what we need most is to
r'i EN0 N pondering over a situation, it is your come clean before God. He already
T N1[(ON C hnu rch N e W Sconscience that casts a vote about the knows the intent of our heart, so let's
rightness of your behavior. For me go ahead and get it out in the open.
this answers at least one of our ques- Confess. Ask forgiveness. Ask for
Blessing of the Open House tions: given that my conscience will instruction if we, need tomake somebe voting on my conduct for the rest thing right with someone. Then, be
II [AA nim als of my life, I think it should de assured of God's love and forgive-,
'A im land Yard, S ale at definitely nsad.fnlygtago ih'
be'a concern! Since Paul voiced this ness, and finally get a good night's
dl mt On Saturday, Apr. 6th, the Trenton Tur ing Point as his defense, I think he felt the same sleep! ,Because Every Heart Matters,
United Methodist Church, will hold way.
"Blessing of the Animals," at 9:00 M\inistry I am so thankful the Bible includes. Angie
a.m., on the church grounds, for the these words of Paul, because his past
pets of anyone in the tri-county area. April 5th and 6th, 8 a.m. to a p.m., had more than a few blemishes, and. *Hertte ie andeklyecoltheTurin Pont instrwil et e prnunces his conscience urmn written by Angie Land, Director The only restriction is that we request the Turning Point Ministry will be clear. This means it is also possible of the Family Life Ministries of the ]Frnto(el ()nl]E](elnnllemnlt y SS(chl()()l that your pet either be in a cage, or on holding an Open House Event and a for all of us without a spotless past to Lafayette Baptist Association, where
a leash. Please bring your pet and en- yard sale. There will be lots of great fo al o sith e ps- she teaches bible studies, leads marjoy this special service with him/her bargains. Breakfast and lunch will be enjoy a clear conscience in the pres- ace bile studies ad mfTrenton United Methodist Church available. The location of this ent So how dora in te fears biblical counseling to individu8:(0)(0) o1"-m -??? is located at 203 NE 2nd Street, in is on CR 341 (Dairy Road), between less nights for an affirming vote? als, couples and families. Contact
Trenton. If you have any questions, SR 26 and Hwy 19. If you have ques- First, recognize, as a believer, that Angie with questions or comments at ]Plkaass fun(C[1U(donig: please call Renee Witter at 352-463- tions please call Sharon Albritton, the Holy Spirit plays a critical role angieland3@windstream.net
2877, or 863-634-3151. 352-949-5515.maintaining a clear
hu mittbs s e nvuergirel(ein 2, 83s341 conscience. It is His job to confirm a
clear conscience (Romans 9:1) and to Cancer survivors:
]p)(flhls1, mris, grasss, ]h(0m eysuiclke, Local outreach needs volunteers convict a guilty, one (John 16:8). Of
course, what we would prefer is to ig- The American Cancer Society inie ]rn fs alln(d ]n 0lre By Connie Brown, Director We are the only Emergency Food nore our sin, and often try diligently vites those inspiring individuals in
Tri-County Outreach was estab- Pantry that is open to the public to do just that, but our conscience is rit oung indiv n
lished in 1990 as an organization four days a week, 52 weeks a year. the one part of us that refuses to look Gilchrist County who have won the serving the tri-county area. Our hours of operation are Monday the other way. fight.against cancer to join a survivor
It began when the need became through -Thursday, from 10:00 a.m. The second thing we often do is at- celebration at Relay For Life. MT. NEBO BAPTIST CHURCH apparent that there were people in until 3:00 p.m. We, are open Satur- tempt to soothe our guilty conscience The Relay For -Life of Gilchrist
our very own community that lacked days from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. with good deeds. If we have wronged County will be held May 4, 2013, so food and clothing. At the moment we are in dire need someone, instead of admitting the make sure to mark your calendars.
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Bell, FL The goal of Tri-County Outreach is of volunteers, no matter for how long wrong and asking for forgiveness, weSFo e information, cl Kye
to meetthose needs; .... or how many days, aqd also dona- try to smooth it o y a ni e- .
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2 performances of Cirque Ziva

.,at Florida Gateway College
They mesmerize audiences wher- performed in all fifty states, includever they perform, and for more than ing repeated performance in all 48 30 years, the Golden Dragon Acro- lower states. On average, the Golden bats have separated themselves from Dragon Acrobats presents over 200 the majority of acrobatic touring performances each year at 100 to 200 companies in the United States. venues across the United States. The Due to their sell-out performance Golden Dragon Acrobats also has at Florida Gateway College during separated itself from the majority of U the 2011-2012 season, the troupe has Chinese acrobatic companies tourbeen invited to return. This time of- ing the United States by emphasizing fearing a much larger show in Cirque their artistic merit, cultural exchange. Ziva, sponsored by Holiday Inn and Moreover, the company, spends more Suites of Lake City. Two shows are than one third of its tour participatscheduled to take place on Saturday ing in community and youth outreach at the Levy Performing Arts Center, a programs. Tickets are $15 for general 3 p.m. matinee and 7:30 p.m. evening admission and $10 for FGC students, show. staff, and faculty, and can be purThroughout the history of the Gold- chased by calling (386) 754-4340, or en Dragon Acrobats, the company has visiting www.fgcentertainment.com.
Bell Bulldogs baseball team members are shown with members of the Lake Quinault Elks team. April 1, 2013
o Notice To:
Bulldogs host Egg Scramble and Washington team Ntc o
B ulldogs__host______________andWashingtontea mTerry M Combast II 8738 SE 70th Ave, Trenton, Florida 32693
Submitted the bottom half of the second to take Amy C. Weathers 5679 NE 54th Place, High Springs, Florida 32643
The Bell Bulldog Baseball team a 7-5 lead. Lake Quinault proceeded hosted an Easter Egg Scramble on to outscore the Bulldogs 8-2 over the Saturday. Children under the age of final five innings to take the win by a Io r oetal nlgbetorgse ovt.Atrti
five were allowed to participate, and score 13-9.' For many years, the Suwannee with a mobile irrigation lab. published date, you will have 30 days to respond, to determine
fun was had by all. Both teams had dinner at Akins River Resource, Conservation and Now they're ready to lend a hand your eblih ityby the Supervisor. This could result in the
Afterward, the Bulldogs took on BBQ after the game before the Elks Development Council helped those again, this time creating a $125,000 is cold resting
the Lake Quinault Elks from Amanda headed to play Seminole County in agriculture, including projects endowment that will fund scholar- removal of your name from the statewide voter registration Park, Washington. After spotting the (GA). The baseball program would such as renting farm equipment to ships for University of Florida Col- system. 98.075(7), F.S. Elks five runs over the first two in- like to thank A.W. Powers for paying small farmers at reasonable rates to lege of Agricultural and Life Scinings, Bell rallied for seven runs in for both teams' meals after the game. saving millions of gallons of water ences students from their 10-county if further assistance is needed, please contact the Supervisor at region.
TheLive Oak based nonprofit had. 352-463-3194 or a long and successful existence, said 1-800-471-8083. SF id Rufus Ogden, the organization's president, but fell to eventual state budget Supervisor of Elections Cooperative, Inc' cuts and thinning membership. Connie D. Sanchez
"We thought if we put the money
in an endowment, it would be like the
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'Dean Teri Balser said. CALS, which 4/3 Report Cards go Home
Most members will not notice a shift in their billing. However, some members will has more than 5,000 students, is part 4/174/5 SAT 10, BES K-2
billing due ae of UF's Institute of Food and Agri- 41 3:15-5:15pm ARAftemoon @BES
experience 4/5 8:30am-3:30pm Pre Kg Field Trip @Hom6sassa Springs
cultural Sciences. 4/8-4/12 FCAT Retakes
CFEC willsend letters to those members who will experience a greater shift in their Students eligible for the need-based 4/9 8:00am Pre-K Round Up @BES
billing c t t d be from Jeffer- BELL HIGH SCHOOL
billing cycle than three days. must Report Cards go Home
son, Madison, Hamilton, Columbia, 4/4 4:00pm MS baseball game vs/Ruth Rains' @BHS
As the expansion takes place, some billing cycles may include more or less days Gilchrist, Levy, Taylor, Dixie, Su- 4:00pm MS softball game vs/Ruth Rains @BHS
than is typical. If your bill seems abnormal at that time, consider the number of days wannee or Lafayette counties, have 4/5 9:00amV Boys FWC Weightlifting @Dixie
in the cycle for that month a, 3.0 grade-point average and have 4/6 8:00am Running of the Bulldog 5K Walk/Run @Bell
aspirations to work in the agricultural 9:00am JV softball BelI.JV Tourney @BHS
For more information or questions, contact a Customer Service Representative at industry. The endowment ,will gen- b a4/- 4/ @Lafayette
(352)493-2511 or toll free at 1-800-227-1302. rate approximately $5,000 a year 5/7 pm JV/V softball vs/Branford @BHS
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students may receive the scholarship 4/7 6:30 pm Basketball Banquet
for multiple years. 4/8 FCAT retakes begin
Sdtirtitsha2:40 Cheerleading info meeting
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ships may apply online at http://cals. 3:30 Gilchrist Idol Auditions
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*Tigers stay on top with 2 wins.


By Todd Bryant On Tuesday, the Tigers hosted the Bell next week (April 11). The Ti*,.- Last week Trenton High School Hawthorne Hornets, gers improved their rehad two games Monday, March 24, at Tiger Field. The cord to 15-0 and 8-0 in
at Dixie, and Tuesday, March 25, at Hornets are currently the district.
Trenton. in fifth place in the The Tigers will host
On Monday, the Tigers went to district standings and the next seven games,
Cross City to face the Bears. Dixie needed to beat the'Ti- plus the district tournais a non-district opponent but still a gers in order to move meant at Tiger Field.
rival over the years. up in the tournament Thig week the TiThe Tigers scored in the first in- seeding. However, gers defeated Dixie on'
ning and never looked back. Stephen tonight wasn't go= Monday (April 1),will,
1,.Smith singled to left, stole second, ing to be the Hornet's play Mayo on Tuesday'
and scored on a Clif Bryant single. night. (April 2) and Bronson on Thursday
From there the Tigers pounded out The Tigers started, junior right- (April 4).
19 hits hander, Jonathan Ward on the mound The Tigers are trying to end their'
On the night, Smith was 4 for 4, and he faced only 10 batters in the regular season with a strong finish..
with 3 stolen bases and with 4 runs three innings he pitched. Hestruck Defensively the Tigers are led byscored, Jonathan Smith, was 3 for 4, out 3 and gave up no walks or runs. senior.pitcher Corbin Wiggins. Wigwith 3 runs scored, Bryant was 4 for After Ward, the Hornets had to face gins has a 6-0 record, followed by his 5, with a double, triple and 4 RBIs, junior Stephen Smith. Smith was brother Kyle, with a 4-0 record and renton H eadstart ceIebrates Er Hunter Parrish, was 2 for 4, with 2 also tough on the hitters facing only 7 Jonathan Ward, with a 3-0 record.,
stolen bases, and Cedric Stokes, was hitters in the fourth and fifth innings. Senior Dillon Walsh has the Tiger's
2 for 2, with 2 runs and 2 RBIs. The He gave up no runs and struck out 4, other 2 wins on the mound. On Wednesday, March 27, Mrs. Belinda's Trenton Headstart Class celebrated Easter with an Qutside egg Tigers got great pitching from their while hitting one batter. The Tiger Offensively, the Tigers are fed by' hunt. The children all had a great time. senior starter, Corbin Wiggins. Wig- hitters were not as hot as they were seniors Clif Bryant and Hunter Pargins threw 4 innings, giving up 2 hits, Monday night against the Bears, but ish and junior Stephen Smith, all one unearned run, with 2 walks, and they still managed to scratch out 9 hitting above the .500 mark. Bryant 2 Trenton band 4 strike-outs. Wiggins was relieved hits and 10 runs in five innings. For leads the team in RBIs with 33. Sein the fifth inning by freshman Bryan the night Stephen Smith and Ozie nior Jonathan Smith leads the Tigers;
students receive Worley. Worley threw the fifth and Parrish both had 2 hits and Hunter with 26 stolen bases.
sixth, giving up 2 unearned runs on Parrish stole 3 bases. The Tigers have stolen 100 bases
three hits, no walks and 2 strikeouts. The Tigers won 10-0, and clinched so far this season. The Tigers have: highest possible The game ended after the sixth in- the first place seed in the district outscored their opponents 198-26 in
score at State ning with the Tigers ahead 16-3. Wig- tournament. The Tiger's only two the first 15 c6ntests.
gins got his sixth win of the season, remaining district games are with Come out and support your Tigers
Com petition and the Tigers improved to 14-0. Bronson this week (April 4) and with this week.

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THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 2013 GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL Page Seven
Sewing Circle
meets every
fourth Wednesday
Mrs. Alicia Sheppard Mr. Jimmy Earl She spent her early working years Submitted
Hudson Ridgeway as a practical nurse although most of The Gainesville Sewing Circle, a
her time was spent as a homemaker, neighborhood group of the AmerMrs. Alicia Sheppard Hudson, 89, Mr. Jimmy Earl Ridgeway, 74 mother and grandmother. She enjoyed can Sewing Guild, Ocala Chapter,
ofChiefland, passedawayatherhome passed away on Sunday, Mar. 31, crocheting, fishing, and all sorts of will meet Wednesday, April 24, 9:30
on March 28, 2013. She was born in 2013, at the Suwannee Valley Care crafts. Mrs. Tomlinson was a mem- a.m. to 3 p.m., at the Senior RecreLevy County to the late Monroe M. Center, in Lake City. ber of Lake Forest Baptist Church in ation Center 5701 N. W. 34th Street,
and Ada B. (Griffin) Sheppard, on Mr. Jimmy was born on December Gainesville and formerly a member "Gainesville.
October 8, 1923. Mrs. Hudson was a 14, 1938, in Trenton. He moved back of Rock Sink Baptist Church. Anyone interested in any aspect of
member of the First Baptist Church to Trenton in 1980 from. Miami. He She was preceded in death by hus- sewing is welcome as a guest. April
in Chiefland. She was a homemaker was a retired truck driver.
and enjoyed taking care of her fam- Graveside services were held on band, James A. Tomlinson; broth- is a sewing day, and the project will
ily. Wednesday, Apr.'3, 2013, at 10:00 ers, Millard Jones, Hilton Jones, Foy be blankets and lap quilts to be doShe is preceded in death by her a.m., at Bethel Baptist Church Cm- Jones, Mohegan Jones, Clyde Jones, nated to the Senior Recreation Center
SeiprcddidetbyhramaBehlBpitCucCe-and Willard Jones; sisters, Devonda for their purposes.
husband, Falcon Hudson, son John etery, Pastor Joe Link officiated. Wood and Frankie Phelps; grandson For information about the Gaines"Jackie" Vinson Hudson, and broth- Arrangements under the care of Geor and reatgrand- vir ingri onact neers, Gerald and Samuel Sheppard. Watson Funeral Home of Trenton. Gregory Beggs; and great-grand- ville Sewing Circle, contact neighShe is survived by her daughter, Ja- Online condolences or to sign the daughter, Wendy Matheny. borhood group leadeers Bev Hilton,
e iJams) survived by he augerJ- Onest odo lne or wtso ign te She is survived by her son, James Peggy Williams has completed machine quilting this deer quilt. (352) 373-7791, or Barbara Herbert,. net (James) Watson of Lizella, Gero- guest book at www.watsonfhtrenton. F (Elaine) Tomlinson of Dnldsn (32)33-462
gia, and her son, Powell Hudson of com. vine, Georgia; daughters, onason- (352) 335-4062.
Chiefland, as well as three grandchil- Matheny ofrAlachua, FleetaE. Lani- T g C b
dren and three great-grandchildren. er of Gainesville, and Lavonia Beggs
Funeral services were held Mon- Me of Gainesville 11 gani 17 L o Cb
day, Apr. 1st, at 2:00 p.m., at Hiers- Mrs. Mallonea Jerusha of Gainesville; 1 grandchildren; 17reeugreat-iSouthern
Baxley Funeral Services, Chiefland. Tomlinson great-grandchildren; and three great- -h T ire u Bers
Visitation was one hour prior to the Mrs. Mallonea Jerusha Tomlin- great grandchildren. u ilt Lr
Funeral services were held at Rock 626 North Main St. Trenton
service. Interment will take place at son, our precious loving mother and Sink Baptist Church Friday, Mar. 29, Chiefland Cemetery. grandmother, left our presence to en- 2013, at 3:00 p.m., Reverend Terry The Log Cabin Quilters met Thurs- 463 6050
. Hiers-Baxley Funeral Services of ter the presence of the Lord on March Cranford officiated. A visitation was day, Mar. 28th, at the Levy County 1463 -6050
Chiefland was honored to serve the 25,c2013. w s held at the church one hour prior to Quilt Museum. Kay and Suzie are
Hudson family. Condolences may Her childhood was spent growing the service. finishing up their quilts from quilt
be offered by visiting our website at up in Dixie County before moving to Arrangements had been placed un- class; Deedee came in with her projwww.hiers-baxley. com. Live Oak. She then moved to Gaines- der the care of the Rick Gooding of ect, for a little help with binding. Brakes
ville in 1960 making it her home. Cross City. Others were working on straighten- Oil Change
ing the room and putting away the
recent fabric donations. Alignment
Th Thursday lunch was BBQ pork New & Used Tires
"NEED A FENCE OF ANY KIND Card of Thanks sandwiches, chili, broccoli-rice casCALL DANNY ANYTIME." The family of Alma L. Hodge serole, watermelon balls; and cowould like to thank everyone for conut cream pie. We also had four phone calls, cards, food, and fellow- guests for lunch. Does your car need work, but you don 't have the time?
Barb Wire Woven Wire ship. The April night class starts Tues- Teachers, call John and we can arrange to pick your
Chain Link Board Connie and Lisa Hodge, grand- day, Apr. 9th. If you're interested in
children, and great grandchildren. the purse making class, you'll need vehicle up and return it before the last bell: Da y Hodge to come out this week to pick up your
(352) 463-1832 -- Mobile (352) 493-5345 C W C S supply list. (This class is for the inter- Call John to schedule service for your car
mediate seamstress.) The beginning
4110 S.W. 25th Street -- Bell, Florida class will start later inthe month.
Joyce brought in an old quilt top
that we'll be hand quilting soon. The
quilt top is heavy so we probably L 'd
won't be adding any batting when U' c e r
it's quilted.
Sheila Stancil brought in a framed
Andrew Nguyen, M.D. montage of Winnelle and the Mu- rneU
seum for all to enjoy. Thank you for thinking of Winnelle and us. We'll
enjoy it.
General Prac e It's time once again for the First SOCIAL SECURITY PROBATE
of the Month Yard-Craft sale. I hope
the weather will cooperate and we'll
-have great weather. We'll start about 8:30 a.m., so bring your tables and
set up with us. There is no charge to Tiffice Nwberj Office bush
rv- a We're enjoying being on the porch
.........e NO ff e'. during the dAy. Come on' out and 'enjoy the fresh air and the swings. W I LLS o DIVORCE
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Local quilters look
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Monday, Wednesday, Friday Tuesday & Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. future inspiration
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Appointments Preferred show is on Saturday, May 4, from 9 HECK 0 URTIRE PRICES
a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday, May
5, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. It will be ON THE FOLLOWING QUALITY BRAND NAMES WG H O Sheld at the Best Western Plus GateWEIGHI-LOS way Grand located at 4200 NW 97th CONTINENTAL MASTERCRAFT
Blvd., Gainesville. Admission is $7.
The name of the show is "Our Past GOODYE R I S UMMIT
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______________________________________________contact the ADA Coordinator, Alachua UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING H
ConyCutose0LatUivriyBTROGUDRLN Higih Tea Fashion Shiow is
\T4 Ave., Gainesville, FL32601, at (352) 337- AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED9
court appearance, or immediately upon WHO ARE. NOT KNOWN TO BEA p i 6
Ii receiving this notification if the time DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID
before the scheduled appearance is less UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THlE STATES OF AMERICA, ACTING ihat 7 days; if you are hearing or voice AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, The public is invited to attend a High Tea and Roaring 20's Fashion Show'
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ON BEHALF OF THE SECRETARY impaired, call 711. DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR OTHER on Saturday, April 6, 2013 from 2to 4 p.m. at the Suwannee Valley Shoppe"
AND FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY, OF HOUSING AND URBAN Published March 28, April 4, 2013b. CLAIMANTS Ice House.
FLORIDA CIVIL ACTION DEVELOPMENT; UNKNOWN _______Defendant(s). Th urinFudtoIco h ihhJdcalici isrciig
CASE NO. 21-.2012-CA-0008 TENANT #1; UNKNOWN TENANT NOTICE OF SALE rev iFunations foro the Saudyatronafirht andfor moru inforatingl
bAkIngL CporAtiN, Plrda #;ATE LIMNGKNTERSTBY NOTICE OF INTENTION NOT-ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN (352)aion 4633842rayatrno.afaran.o mr nfraio al
laintif croainPTROGH ULINER ANDTAGASTY TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME pursuant to Plaintiff's Motion to Cancel (352)________463-3842._________PlantfA NAMEDGH UDENDAN(S WHONS Notice is hereby given that the under- and Reschedule Foreclosure Sale dated
PATS CI S. PRCNndJYE AED OTK NW NT S BE HEA signed, under the provision of Section March 11,'2013, entered in Civil Case MO k eb r
MARSH, OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAME ise 90-267 Floid SrtautesS1990, willireg- Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit O s
Defendants. UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM ise wihteSceay ottDvso
of orpratons R Bx 100,Tala-In and for Gilchrist County, Florida,
SECOND ANED DEVCF NINEEST GANTEOES, ROHER hassee, Florida 32302-1300, upon publi- wherein the Clerk of the Circuit Courttu n w o eb w l
TOAWHOMEITSMAYCONCERN:SCLAIMANTS, cation of this notice the fictitious name, wlselto the highest bidder for cash On March 30, 2013, fhe turning sessions,,
OTICEM IS HERY GIVCERN: DefenANTS, to wit: ~.on 20 day of May, 2013, at 11:00 am. at
TI E OD N EON Cl Er he___________________ A.P.M. Trucking the South door of the Gilchrist County Bell Woodturners came out everyone in attenCirct OurNT ON lr of theEihhJdca Description: Log Hauling Courthouse, 112 S. Main Street, Trenton, to help eight Mossy Oaks, dance broke for a
Circuit, inanCour GICHfS Couty NOTICE OFuACTION Underwhich we are engaged in business Florida 32693, relative to the following 4-H members turn wood- good grilled lunch
Flria, pursant o tIHe IS S CondAmned TO: TE NKOWN SPTOUSE in Gilchrist County, Florida. described property as set forth in the en bowls to be auctioned and plenty of des-,
Floid, uruat t te ecndAmnde T: HEUNNO N SOUE.Tht heparie iteesedin ai bsi Fna Jugmnt t wt:off for the "Bread of the sert. The lunch was
Summary Final Judgment in Foreclosure HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, That theNNE partie interested inht said basi- Final Judgment, to wit: entered in the above styled cauge, will ASSIGNEES, LIENORS. ness are: LNT3, SUANNERDIVTOER SPIGMgtyFoAak"fn-peprdbTselatpblcsaeth oloin esrbe REIOR.TRSEE ND ALL Alfredo Paz Mederos UNITe .3, ACORIGaOyH.PA parents. At the end.
sel107 SW 50thi Avetefllwn ecibdCEIOSTUTE THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT rie nMy
property situate in GILCHRIST County, OTHERS WHO MAY CLAIM AN 109S 0hAeLs erte undof the day the 4-'
Florida, to wit: INTEREST IN THE ESTATE OF Bell, FL 32619 BOOK 1, PAGE 67, PUBLIC RECORDS Lasht yearbu thy ea urnedpecea
Commence at the Southeast Corner of MARY KATE BLACK WELDER. Published April 4, 2013 TOGETHRITH AONTY EASEMENT there were more 4-W1ets in- up the area and
the Northeast Quarter of Section 14, DECEASED~ OVER BLOCK 13, SUWANNEE volved 4nd they were able to turn 14 showed off their hand crafted items.
Township 8 South, Range 16 East and whose residence is unknown is he/she! IE PIG NTOE O odnbwl. ''Ti eodana oltrig
run on te East lne of sad Northest theybe livin; and iACCESS ANDy bUSEWNOFFTHE SPRINGSND TheyF turnedINbowlseyfromn9:00wla m.m event wasevat great r successesforothee club
Quarter, North 00 Degrees 19 Minutes dead, the unknown Defendants who may BELL TOWN COUNCIL AND EASEMENT OVER BLOCK till 4:00 p.m., with the help of four and the members look forward to do36 Seconds West, 883.59 feet; thence be spouses, heirs, devisees, grantees, PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the 2SWNE IE PIGgetBl odunrmnos n taan
run South 88 Degrees 46 Minutes 31 assignees, lienors, creditors, trustee Bell Town Mo nthly Council Meeting will AND EUAEE OIVER BLOCKG2, Mossy Oaks 4-Ht e weould like to A patan kswudalolk Seconds West, 2152.07 feet; thence and all parties claiming an interest by, be at Bell Town Hall, 3240 W. Railroad UANNAEEN RIVER PRING UNI Mods their ap ol iet Aseiltak wudas ie
run North 00 Degrees 12 Minutes 26 through, under or against the Defendants, Lane, Bell, Florida, Thursday, Apr. 11, ONE FOR ACCESS TO PARK AND.etpraiotoh mn obeadtoM.VtwerfSu
,Seconds West, 884.73 feet; thence who are not known to be dead or alive, 2013, at 6:00 p.m. UEO OTRM.woto h iet pn h a aneVle r~s o eeos
run out 88Degees48 inues nd ll artes avig o climig t AGNDATOGETHER WITH A 1985 COUN teaching and helping them. In be- ly donating~ port-a-potty for the day
18 Seconds West, 493 feet; thence have any right, title or interest in the .Thursday, Apr. 11, 2013, at 6:00 p.m., MOBILE HOME, VIN NO. tween the morning and afternoon long event. run South 00 Degrees 12 Minutes 26 property described in the mortgage being at the Historic Train Depot Town Hall CF24819240A AND CF24819240B, Seconds East, 884.99 feet; thence foreclosed herein .Town Council Meeting Any person claiming an interest in the
run North 88 Degrees 46 Minutes 31 TO: ALL OTHER UNKNOWN A. Call to order surplus of the sale, if any, other than the S e i f t o d o r n u i
Seconds East, 493 feet to the Point PARTIES CIGIA N ERS BY Invocation Flag property owner as of the date of the LisSh r f tool c mun y
of Beginning, all~ lying and being in THROUG~H, UNDER. AND).AGAINSI B. Consent Items pedn p us y ieacamwti 0dy
Gilchrist County, Florida. A NAMED DEFENDANT(S) WHO 1. Adoption of April 11 03 after the sale.
TOGETHER WITH AN EASEMENT ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE, DEAD Agenda ATTENTION: PERSONS WITHme tn onA rl1
FOR INGRESS AND EGRESS OVER OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAME 2. Approval of March 14, 2013 DISABILITIES m e i g o p i
THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CL AIM Minutes If you are a person with a disability Sheriff Robert D. Schultz would like to announce the date and time for
PROPERTY: AN INEREST AS SPOUSES. 3. Approval of Expenditures for who needs any accommodation in his next Town Hall Meeting. Sheriff Schultz and Staff will be present at the:
Commence at the Southeast Corner HEIRS. DEVISEES. GRANTEES, March 2013 order to participate in this proceeding, Gilchrist County Volunteer Fire Station No. 4, located at, 6979 SE 70th Ave.,:
of the Northeast Quarter of Section OR OTHER CLAIMANTS 4. Approval of Financial State- you are entitled, at no cost to you, to Trenton, on April 16, 2013, at 7:00 p.m. Please make arrangements and we14, Township 8 South, Range 16 whose residence is unknown is he/she! ments for March 2013 the provision of certain assistance. hope to see you there.East, Gilchrist County, Florida,. and they be living; and if he/she/they be C. Scheduled Reports and Citizen Please contact: run North 00 Degrees 19 Minutes dead, the unknown Defendants who may Request Ms. Jan Phillips, ADA Coordinator
36 Seconds West, 858.59 feet to the be *spouses, heirs, devisees, grantees, D. Other Agencies .Alachua County Courthouse Point of Beginning. From the Point assignees, lienors, creditors, trustees, I. Diane Rondolet Code Enforce- 201UneeritfAenes A rrest R ep o rt.,
of Beginning, run South 88 Degrees and all parties claiming an interest by, ment Gainesville, FL 32601Mac25203Pre
46 Minutes, 32 Seconds West, 2152.07 through, under or against the Defendants, E. Business Phone: (352) 337-6237Mac25203Pre
feet; thence run North 00 Degrees *who are not known to be dead or alive, 1. David Lang, Jr. Town Attorney DATED AT TRENTON, FLORIDA Zachary David Stiller, 24, Trenton, Rusty W. Hammontree, 30, Bell,'

feet; thence run North 88 Degrees 46 have any right, title or interest in the River Water Management District THI 26 DAYso OFMAt01agarrse o oeticn$1,0 Batter bywsarse o ition ofron Proba
Minutes 32 Seconds East, 2152.07 property described in the mortgage being proclaiming April 2013 as Water (SAL)snSrnuain$000Bn.to roRR
feet; thence run South 00 Degrees 19 foreclosed herein Conversation Month:Td etn. ac 6f03. ac 8.03
Minutes 36 Seconds East to the Point YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to 2. Thomas Brown Town Mayor CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Christopher B. Jackson, 40, Tren- Jeanette P. McManus, 40, Bell, wasof Beginning, all lying and being in foreclose a mortgage on the following 3. Dan Cavanah Town Manager GILCHRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA ton, was arrested for Aggravated As- arrested for Domestic Battery $5,000.
Gilchrist County, Florida, described property in Gilchrist County, 4. Michelle Rose Town Clerk PbihdArl ,1,21b
TOGETHER WITH a 1987 Florida: .5. Iris'Roberts CouncilI President Pulse pi,4 1 03.sault with Deadly Weapon $25,000 Bond.
PINE MOBILE HOME, LOTS 24, AND 25 BELL HEIGHTS 6. Derek Sanders Council Vice Bond, Throwing Deadly Missile into
ID#LHMLP24061422056A & SUBDIVISION AS PER PLAT President .IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Occupied Vehicle $25,000 Bond. March 30,2013
ID#LHMLP24061422056B. THEREOF FILE IN PLAT BOOK 7. Ray Sanders Council Member EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Jennifer J... Reeder, 26, High Jennifer D). Langford, 31, New-"
Said sale shall be made to the highest 1, PAGE 25, OF THE PUBLIC 8. Kenny Bass Council Member AND FOR GILCHRIST IIOUNTY, Springs, was arrested for Violation Of berry, was arrested for Driving while,
and best bidder for cash pursuant to the RECORDS OF GILCHRIST 9. H-ugh Sanders Council FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Probation Criminal Mischief, NO License Suspended or Revoked HaSecond Amended Final Judgment entered COUNTY, FLORIDA. Member I AE# 01C-009 od iul$,0 od
in the above styled cause and will be held This property is located at the Street F. Old Business -Florida Credit Union March 27, 2013 Lance R. Olsen, 30, Trenton, was'
at the front door of the Gilchrist County address- of: 759 Myrtle Street, Bell, .G. New Business Plaintiff, sa .Arntn 7.Fn e~c o
Courthouse in Trenton, Florida, on the Florida 32619 liI. Review of Future Agenda Items Kel .. ,.4iss M.)igtnj7, a- ~rgtd1o~~~ Structure
15th day of ApriL 2013, commencing at' YOU ARE NOTIFIED to serve a copy 1. Unscheduled Citizen Request Brce;Ukow er,'ing Springs, was arrested for Writ $,1 ,00,000 Bond.
the hour of 11:00 am. of your written defenses on or before J. Adjourn Jeeihof Bodily Attachment $545 Cash
PLEAE BEADVIED hat f a er-Devisees, Grantees, Assignees, Creditors,
All interested parties shall be governed May 3, 2013, a date which is within 30 PLAEB DIE hti e-Lienors, ad Trustees of Cynthia Pitzarell accordingly by this Notice. days after the first date of publication, son decides to appeal any decision made a/k/a Cynthia Ann Pirzarell a/k/a Cythia *EXPERIENCED RELIABLE
DATED this 251h day of March, 2013. if any, on Elizabeth R. Wellborn, P.A., by the council, with.respect to any mnat- n rceDcaeadAlOhrCNIETA *FS
TODD NEWTON Plaintiff's Attorney, whose address ter cosdrda uhmeig i rshe Persons Claiming by and Through, Under,
ClrfteCutis30JmMrnBv.,Sie1_ ilnedarcr fteprceigAantALLNmdDfna~) ainL m na L
(SEAL) Deerfield Beach, Florida 33442, and and that, for such purpose, he or she may Defendants. ge n '1W
By: V. M. Wilson file the original with this Court either need to ensure that a verbatim record of 24-7
Deputy Clerk before service on Plaintiff's Attorney, the proceedings is made, which record in- NTC FSL
_____________~NTIC [OFz~ SALE ~ () i] ~
Published March 28, April 4, 2013b. -or immediately thereafter; otherwise, a eludes the testimony and evidence upon NOCEI HRBY -VN
_______default will be entered against you for which the appeal is based. Persons with prun oa re ae ac 6 3 M Q )Q
the relief demanded in the Complaint or disabilities requesting reasonable accom- pusanOoanOdeCaedMrcL6 2013, entered in Civil Case -No. 2011- OA
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Petition. mociations to participate in this proceed- CA408 ~teCrutCuto h 3152) 4 9 3 11111110 4 0 6
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT This Notice shall be published once a ing should provide written notice to Dan 8th Judicial Circuit in and for Gilchrist IN HOUSE-FINANCING AVAIL.
IN AND FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY,.- week for two consecutive weeks in The Cavanah, Town of Bell Town Manager, Cony Flria 0heei Floid Crdi (6)s~ o
FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Gilchrist County JournWl. 3240 West Railroad Lane, Bell, Florida !iM U0
Case No: 21-2013-CA-000016 WITNESS my hand and the seal of this 32619, telephone number 352-463-6288, Union, Plaintiff and Jeremy Brochey are defendant(s), I, Clerk of Court, Todd
ONEWEST BANK, F.S.B., court on March 19, 2013. at least 48 hours prior to said meeting. Netnwlsllothhietad
Plantif, ODDNEWON an avaahbest bidder for cash AT THE SOUTH GET OUT OF JAIL...
HEIRS, ~~(CUR DEVAEE) GRANTEEed AprilI~I AT 112OUH MANS1ET3b.W VE
THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE, (OROFCEKSACUT. COUNTY PRIOCOURTHOUSE, TH LOCATED t u mi Y TM
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDITORS, By: Deputy Clerk TRENTON, GILCHRIST COUNTY, BNI
TRUSTEES AND ALL OTHERS **IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE NOTICE OF MEETING FLORIDA, AT 11: A.M. on April 22, BA L E I 1 W NC
IN THE ESTATE OF MARY KATE ACT, If you are a person with a disability GILCHRIST COUNTY set forth in said Final Judgment, to-wit:





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Aucti on YardSale C SHelp Wa Real Estate
AUCTION Thursday, April 4th; 6:30 MEGAYARD SALE: Saturday, April6. 5 ACRES TRENTON: Beautifully
pmn; prey. all day. 1997 Maurell Products 8 am ??? 30 years of his and her hoard- CLASSIFIED ADS $5.50MINIMUM FOR 20 WORDS. 10 CENTS EACH ADDITIONAL WORD. HEALTH SUPPORT wooded. Just off SR-26. Owner financInc. 22ft Pontoon Boat w/ 60 hp Evin- ing must go!! Items too numerous to list. TECHNICIAN ing. No down payment. $49,900, only
rude engine, large patio table umbrella, Garage and house have been cleaned out. j ii The Gilchrist County Health Depart- $513/mo. (352) 215-1018. www.Landa large glasstop DR table with solid base 5830 NE 54th Place, High Springs. Boat For Sale Services ment is seeking an OPS (temporary) OwnerFinancing.com
nd 4 white Parson's chairs, a red 1999 ltb,4-4 ..Health Support Technician (PSN# 4tb,3-28-4-18
Club Car golf cart, a riding lawn mower 1987 GLASSTREAM CARAVELLE, APPLIANCE REPAIR: All brands, ice G120132003-52052). This is a partwith attachable accessories, large cat Living Praise Church of God (1038 N 17' fiberglass boat, inboard with new maker & dishwasher installation. 'EPA time 35 hours/week/school year 1 ACRE BELL AREA: Paved road
statue, large lawn ornaments, quality fur- Main St) across from High School is hav- 3.0 liter motor and trailer. Good shape. certified techs. MC-VISA, 352-949- position providing client care relat- frontage, high & dry. Owner financing.
niture, glassware, tools, and collectables. ing a yard sale Saturday April 6th. Start- $3,500 firm. 352-949-7725. 0651. ing to functions in a School Health No down payment. $19,900, only $205/
Always too much to list!. Be the Bidder! ing at 8:00am. Bargains! Bargains! Bar- ltp,4-4 tfnb,12-18 Setting. Must have a valid Certified mo. (352) 215-1018. www.LandOwnerPics online at www.auctionzip.com, ID gains! Nursing Assistant certificate, first Financing.com
19590. Phoenix Auction Services, Inc.; ltb,4-4 MOWER & CHAINSAW PARTS aid training and a valid CPR/Basic 4tb,3-28-4-18
1832 SE 3rd Ave., Trenton FL 32693. Hay Stihl, Husqvarna, Ayp, Murray, Sears, Life Support certificate. Salary will
PH: 352-463-0707. AB 2866 AU1437, Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church's Chil- For Sale MTD, Briggs, Kohler, Robin, and Hon- be $9.97 per hour. Must be finger- FOR SALE Retail storefront property
10% BP. drens Ministry will be having a Yard .... da. Blades for most mowers. printed. May be required to work in downtown Trenton. Three buildings on
Sltb,4-4 Sale, Bake Sale and Lemonade Stand on HAY FOR SALE: Large rolls, highly Beauchamp Saw Shop extra hours or 'days in the event of Main Street. Call 352-463-7135.
Saturday, April 6th at 7:00 a.m. Rain or fertilized, net wrapped, weed free. Coastal 493-4904 an emergency. Applications will be tfn,6-30
HUGE Firearm, Gold, and Currency Shine. All proceeds from sale will benefit Bermuda $50/roll. Call 352-949-0222. tfn, 1-03 accepted online at https://peopleAUCTION: SaturdayApril 6th @ lOam; the Children's Ministry. 14105 NW 298th tfnb,6-21 firstmyflorida.com/ State of Florida
Preview starting at 8am. Feature items Street, High Springs. (386)454-2161. DIXIE MONUMENTS OLD TOWN, applications may be mailed to State FL O RID A
include a 1928 $1000.00 bill, a RARE ltb,4-4 FL: Toll Free 1-877-542-3432. 24347 of Florida, People First, Staffing.
"'Piece of Eight" from Spanish Galleon i .._ __Wnted Buy l SE Hwy-19, Old Town, FL 32680. From Administration, PO Box 44058, GATEWAY
sunk in 1622 signed by Mel Fisher, 2 MULTI-FAMILY YARD SALE: April| to the Old Town red light, 1.5 miles toward Jacksonville, Fl 32231 or faxed to C COLLEGE
c'arat diamond earrings set in 14 kt gold, 6, 8am ??? Rolling Oaks, towards New- Cross City on the right. Many colors, size (904) 636-2627 by 4/12/2013. EEO/
(20) 1863 State of Georgia $50 consecu- berry, on SR-26. Watch for signs. CASH FOR YOUR COINS: Private INSTRUCTOR/COORDINATOR, EARLY
& styles of marble &. granite to choose AA/P Employer. CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
tive serial number confedrate notes, 10 ltb,4-4 collector seeking U.S. coins, older variet- from in our inventory. Computer special- 2tb,4-4-4-11 IiROGRAMS
kt gold and diamonds Masonic ring, ies. I pay more than dealers, pawn, and ist to assist you in creating a lasting trib- POSITION #: F99950
Browning White Gold Medallion .243 road shows. Cell 352-949-1450 or Local ute to the life of your loved one. Closed: PART TIME FARM LABOR for pick- 164 Duty Days
463-8777. The primary responsibility of an
semi-auto w/ high power scope, Savage For Sale Sunday & Monday. Open: Tuesday Fri- ig blueberries and farm work. Please Instructor/Coordinator at FGC is to teach
model 24 .222/.20ga, an antique Colt ........... .......................... For Sa "tfnb,12-22 day, 8 am 4 pm & Saturday 8 am 12 ca1352-318-3287 college level courses, advise students and to
army pistol, and more. noon or call for free after hours appoint- tfnb,3-28 develop schedules and curriculum. Instructor/
Pictures. available online at www.auc- USED AC/HEAT UNITS on sale. All ment. Coordinators are involved in thebudgeting and
tionzip.com ID 19590. Phoenix Auction Seasons Heating & Air. Prices starting at planning process within their department.
Services Inc. 1832 SE 3rdAve. Trenton, $500. 352-493-4888. Services tfnb,6-28 Experienced A/C Installer/ Duct Me- Establish and maintain a relationship with
S ervices.I. 1832PSE30 352-49 8. B chanic Wanted: Call Akins Heating & service area stakeholders. Allocate time for
FL 32693. PH: 352-463-0707. 10% Buy- ltb,44 Air, Inc. 352-215-0101. scheduled teaching assignments, office hours
ers Premium; AU 1437, AB 2866. Don't ELECTRICAL WORK: State Certi- tfnb3-4 during which the students may have access to
miss this one! TABLE & CHAIRS: Glass top, 59x35, fled, dependable, honest, experts, for any 1iI-,3-l4 the instructor, and for planning and support for
programs under them. Requires Master's degree
ltb,4-4 metal leaf trim, green, $50. Call 352-328- and all electrical needs call All Seasons CDL DRIVERS: Business staged in in Early Childhood Education/Child
7813. @ 493-4888 or 1-800-542-1028. License Quest Training now enrolling for May Cross City. Good Class A CDL Driver's Development or Master's degree with at least
tfnb,2-21 number # EC 13001855. 18 graduate credit hours in Early Childhood
Adverising Pays! tfab,110 CNA prep classes. Our classes are taught License, transportation to yard, at least 25 Education/Child Development. One year of
by an RN. We have high pass rates. No years of age, 1 year OTR and dry tanker responsibility for the professional growth of GED required if age 18. Day and evening experience helpful. Home nightly. Call another adult through career advising,
R LTY2)463-7075 (dace) LANGSTON TREE: Full Service Tree classes. 386-362-1065. 352-498-3892 ask for Don. mentoring, job coaching sessions or other
SREALTY (35) Care. Licensed and Insured. Family training related activities. One year experience
(352) 463-7302 FAX Owned. 352-22100 4tb,4-4-4-25 tfnib, 1-13 in a child care setting serving children ages
INC. .birth through eight. Ability to use effective
JEAN C. TROKE E-mail: trokerealty@aol.com tfnb, 10-18 communication techniques with students and
WEBSITE: www.trokereaetyinc.com .I WI others. Ability to work with various educational
JERRY. continuous improvement of the educational
NEW LISTINC-=WELL-KEPT BRICK-BUILT HOME VICE: Fill dirt, driveways, topsoil, experiences of students. Ability to use
IN TOWN: 3BR/2BA: Nicely-maintained brick-bIt, home demolition, limerock,' -land clearing. Drivers: All Miles PAID 2 BR/2 BA SWMH BETWEEN TREN- technology in the teaching and learning process.
in SW Trenton (pictured on the left), on a landscaped tract in (352) 493-3137 (day) or (352) 463-6111 (Loaded & Empty)! Home on the TON AND BELL: Fenced yard, very Ability to coordinate scheduling of classes for
a quiet neighborhood 2+ blocks off from SR-26. Has an (night). weekends! Running Class-A CDL clean, no pets, no smoking inside $300 area. Ability to coordinate with other
-'attached 2-car carport tb5-8 Flatbed. Lease to Own-No Money $50/ o th, fsoist inlst. $3520 deparments to provide quality education.
ftured ontert fced Dowb,5-28n. L :888-80-916 deposit, $500/month, first&last. 352- Ability to evaluate program plans and
(pictured on the right), fenced Down. CALL: 888-880-5916. recommend improvements. Ability to present
back-yard & frame-blt. I tp,4-4 information ina coherent manner and the ability
workshop, att.' screened back-porch, brick fireplace & 2tb,4-4-4-11 to fairly evaluate student retention of that
bookcases in the living room, and lots more... has been FA X __information. Ability to manage data and
'priced to sell by Owners...$129,900. NEW HOME JUST COMPLETED: complete industry reports. Skills in
I2 BR2 BA, located in Bell. First, last and interpersonal relationships. Must be computer
Serving the Tri-County Area Since 1983 TECHNICIAN literate.
s ScIl E Tsecurity deposit, no pets, lawn service in- SALARY: Based on degree and experience
"Professional Service With A Personal Touch" The Gilchrist County Health De- cluded. H6metown Realty. 352-463-9001 APPLICATION DEADLINE: Open Until
Jean Troke (1st cell) Jean Troke (2nd cell) Terri Anderson (cell) Paul Troke (cell) S partment is seeking an OPS (tem- or 352-222-8575. .Filled
(352) 493-3539 (352) 493-5237 (727) 422-4291 (352) 221-2999 porary).Health Support Technicianh Persons interested should provide College
IIE~ 120 11203-8698) Thi application, vita, and photocopies of transcripts.
730 E. Wade Street (SR-26) w 24(P ) 01 2 8.31-03-48698).aThii
0Tetn Flrd 32693 is a part-time/sub status/school year All foreign transcripts must be submitted with
AiTrenton, Florida 32693 carerela- TRENTON I & 11 APARTMENTS. official translation and evaluation.
position providing client care relatal assistance available for L Position details and aplictiqs valg t p o
ing to functions in a School Health web at: www.fgc.edu
Sting. to uct h a Shlelthfid Qualified Applicants. HC/noh-.4 t'A6es- Human'Resbources
Setting. Must have a validCertified sible. 718 NE 7th Place #905, Trenton, Florida Gateway College
Nursing Assistant certificate, first FL 32693. Call 352-463-7106, TDD/TTY 149 S.E. College Place
aid training and a valid CPRfBasic 711. Equal Housing Opportunity. Lake City, FL 32025-2007
Life Support certificate. Salary will tn Phone (386) 754-4314
tfnb, 1-26 Fax t(A6) 754-4814
be $9.97 per hour. Must be finger- E-Mail: humanr@fgc.edu
N o twice to P arena ts printed. May be required to work FGC is accredited by the Commission on
extra hours or days in the event of Colleges of the Southern Association of
an emergency. Applications will be L I AColleges and Schools. VP/ADA/A/EO
accepted online at https://people- t GATEWAY College in Education and Employment
first.myflorida.com/ State of Florida I ( COLLEGE
oC h l r applications may be mailed to State ,, t
of Florida, People First, Staffing Adl DIRECTOR, LIBRARY FLO R ID A

ministration, PO Box 44058, Jack- POSITION# A99957
sneeF32 ofado(4Supervise all aspects of the library, including GATEWAY
sonill, F 3231or axd t (94)technical services, reference, collection I -COLLEGE
636-2627 by 4/5/2013. EEO/AA/VP department, and circulation. Serve on college *
Employer. comittees, provide leadership for all library
staff, and evaluate library performance using a ADJUNCT INSTRUCTORS
variety of reports and surveys. Provide SUMMER TERM 2013
leadership for online leading resources via NURSNG CLINICAL
a library databases, and ensure that the library BSN Required. Master's degree in nursing
W communicates with faculty and staff in order to preferred. At least two years of recent clinical
keep the collection relevant and current, experience required. Contact Mattie Jones at
Requires Master's degree in Library Science 386-754-4368 or mattie.jones@fgc.edu
(MLS) or Information Studies from a program COLLEGE LEVEL MATHEMATICS
accredited by the American Library Master's degree in mathematics or Master's
Association, and a minimum of three years of degree with 18 graduate hours in mathematics.
work experience in a library. Knowledge of Contact Paula Cifuentes at 386.754.4260 or
Meridian library cataloging practices, library computer paula.cifuentes@fgc.edu for more information.
Behavioral Healthcare applications including online searching, HEALTH INFORMATION'
reference techniques, and library instruction. Certified RHIA or RHIT and a minimum of a
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES! This position requires the ability to baccalaureate degree. Please email resume and
rnoncomisunicate effectively with all library users, transcripts to Mi~hele P. Cuadras at
G il r s C o n t Bronson, Trno:the general public and the college conaunity. sichele.cuadras@fgc.edu
L f L f L O ft JCase Managers Experience working in a community college HORTICULTURE
library preferred. Part-time position for developing and teaching
,(Adult/Child) SALARY: $47,500 annually plus benefits online courses in Horticulture. Master's degree
H a t D e a t e tBronson/Th'enton/Cross City." APPLICATION DEADLINE: 4/30/13 in horticulture or similar and at least three years
H e i n e p rt e n Crtfid edca AsitatsPersons interested should provide College of experience in online course development and
CetfidMeia Asstns application, vita, and photocopies of transcripts, teaching horticulture or sinilar required.,
Please visit All foreign transcripts st be submitted-with Horticulture industry experience desired.
i11S n ow a ~~zbs~gto apply! official translation and evaluation. Ability to work with full-time faculty in tihe golf
-Position details and applications available ois and landscape programs to convert existing
EOE, DFWP, E-Verify web at: .www.fgc.edu credit courses for omiline delivery. Send resumes
Florida Gateway College 'I call 316-754-4225 for more information.
M d c d D e t q e t149 SE. College Place College application and copies of transcripts
l Lake City, FL 32025-2007 required. All foreign transcripts usa be
=M n g d C r r v d rPhone (3186)754-434. subnaittedwsithia translation and evaluatin.
M a a ea e P o i e Fax (316) 754-4814 Application asvsihsble at \yww.fgc.edu
E-Mail: liuisanr@fgc.edu FOC is accredited by the Souten Association
D e t l S r i e .FGC is accredited by the Cominsissio on of Colleges and Schools
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Front row, left to right: Cheyenne Siegel, Kalin Siegel, Chris Siegel, Commissioner of Agriculture Adam Putnam, Karina Turner, Ryan Stalvey, Dakota Harding, and Tucker McDaniel. Back row,, left to right: Meredith Webber, Stephanie Stalvey, Savanna Harding, Spencer Hewitt, Joshua Akin, Joshua Green, Nell Buchner, and Allie Madlem.

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# 4 H Day, at the Capitol

Gilchrist'County, Submitted
Local children were able to meet with House Representative Keith Perry and Commissioner of Agriculture Adam Putnam on March 14, 2013. Gilchrist ounty 4-H members presented both with certificates making them honorary members of Gilchrist County4-11.

watermelons hit c
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by frost last week u
By John M Ayers the motion as he gave a second for limit needs to be reduced to 30 miles speed limit be changed by resolution.
By John M Ayers Dlant to Produce a crop instead of The Gilchrist County Commission discussion. Chairwoman Sharon per hour. The Commission asked Conirriission Harrison made a motion
With springtime upon us, the irowing new foliage." listened to Danna Tucker, director of Langford called for a vote and the Road Superintendent Billy Cannon to have the County attorney David
setting of watermelons plants began The Wting of the remaining food services for Gilchrist County Commission approved the request by if the residential area had enough M Lang.draft a resolution to include several weeks ago in several areas of watermelon plants in the county had Schools when she addressed the a 5-0 decision. homes to identify the reduction of the this portion of roadway and present
Gilchrist County. begun over the weekend as plant Commission during their Monday, Commissioner John Rance Thomas speed limit because of the residential it to the board in the next meeting'
Gilchrist County Extension trailers were parked in many fields April 1 meeting. She requested the asked the board to consider the community. Cannon explained that Commission John Thomas agreed as
Director Marvin Weaver estimated 60 throughout the county. Commission approve the use of the reduction of speed limit on a portion there are not enough, homes along he gave a second to this consideration'.
percent of the watermelon producers Weaver pointed out that the plants county community centers in the of northwest and northeast 112 this roadway to meet the county The board agreed by a 5-0 vote and had planted prior to last week's frost., that are set now would do better than unincorporated areas of the county Place in north Gilchrist County. He ordinance guidelines. Commissioner will review the resolution in the next Weaver explained in his talking with some of the plants that survived t he to allow the school system to provide explained that a resident in this area John Rance Thomas asked that the meeting in a public hearing. growers in the county, he estimated 20 cold. breakfast to young people that might reported children playing along this
percent of the total acres planted were Many farmers in the tri-county not be able to eat an early morning roadway and the traffic flying through impacted by the sub 30* weather. area have been impacted by a loss of meal. at a 55 miles per hour. The speed Hunt's Pest Control, Inc.
Big Jim Jones, a seasoned member acreage in their melon fields after last Mrs. Tucker reported this program GET RID OF:
of the agriculture community reported week's frost. was very successful at the Cruse Affi ance Dairies Cockroaches 0 Waterbugs 0 German Roaches
of the plants that survived the frosty According to Weaver, melons and Leggett community buildings weather, "These plants will have a planted further north were harder hit during the summer of 2012. "We Continued from page 1 0 Ants and other Household Pests
tendency to put on an early crop of by this late freeze and this too would want to make this opportunity VIE DO TERMITE
melons. That first yielding crop will impact when. the melons in this area available to these people again this via a 1603 federal grant. Through INSPECTIONS not be as heavy as a normal setting, year,".she requested of the board of negotiations with Central Florida
but the cold weather forces the melon will be. harvested during the 2013 commissioners. Electric Cooperative, Alliance Phone 493-1051
season. Commissioner D. Ray Harrison, Jr. Dairies, worked out an arrangement 493-4772
made a motion to approve the request for the utility infrastructure on the "We send 'ern packing/" Correction to allow the school district to provide farm to provide electrical service
KayLee Crawford, a member of the 2013 THS senior class was awarded a the summerJuncheon program in the from the digester generator. This $500 scholarship from Farm Credit of North Florida in Trenton. The Gilchrist county community buildings during new process will provide Alliance 4 -- - - -
the summer of 2013. Commissioner Dairies a guaranteed s ngs on D UNTY
Journal reported lagt week that the scholarship was provided by the Florida avi
John Rance Thomas agreed with
Department of Agriculture, the Journal regrets the error. electricity,, costs,, anA_ provide,. the
group with a potential income source
through renewable energy credits, "V
carbon emission credits andthe use M R S
of bio-solids as bedding material. -New Designs -Additions/Remodels -Pole Barn Plans The digester is expected to supply 73 1 1
percent of the farm's electricity needs Energy Forms -Windloads
with a payback based on 4.7 years. In 352-463-8857''Office
the future the excess electricity will
be sold back to the Central Florida 352-274-3006 Mobile --------Electric Cooperative grid.
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