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Title: Dixie County advocate
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Language: English
Publisher: Rose O. Chavous
Place of Publication: Cross City Fla
Creation Date: June 29, 2006
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FEATURES
*Rotary Guest....................14
*Book Signing...............6
*DCHS Award..............11
*ClamAmerica............... 8
*FCAT Honorees.........16
*Fishing Trny Results....9
*RRMS Awards...........12
*No Missles.................20
*FFAAwards.............17
*Park Dedication........... 2
-LCCC Honors............12
*Girl State..................20


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INSIDE
*Classified.................. 19
*Comics 10
*Facts & Trivia..............10
Jail Log 2
*Legals 18
*Letters To The Editor.....2
*Meetings & Events........4
*Movies 10
Obituaries 7
*Religion.................... 6-7
*Right To The Point.........2
*Sports 9
-Tides 9
*Weather 10
Mv 4-Heaa.ed Swamo Cabbaae


This year Horseshoe, Suwannee and
Steinhatchee will hold their annual 4th of July
fireworks displays on Saturday, July 1st
beginning at dusk. With Independence Day
falling on a Tuesday this year, organizers felt
that the early celebration would give more
people the opportunity to join in the festivities.
Once again the Town of Horseshoe Beach
will sponsor the fireworks in their community.
As always it is recommended that you come
early in order to find parking and to enjoy
i 7, some fellowshipping before the "sparks" start
to fly.
Suwannee Activity Volunteer Association
ar'd Chiefland Chrysler Dodge-Jeep will be
sponsoring Suwannee's display which
promises to be bigger and better than last year!
The fireworks will be launched at Salt Creek
and folks are urged to come early as well as
parking is limited.
The Steinhatchee Community Projects
.^ |, Board, Inc. will be setting off their celebration
beginning at 6:30 pm with music on the porch
at the Community Center as well as a street
dance. Ice cream cones, sodas, lemonade and
sno-cones will be available to help beat the
heat. The fireworks, donated by Bay Breeze
Realty and Roy's Restaurant, will begin
lighting up the sky at dusk on the beautiful
Steinhatchee River, across from the
Community Center.
All three of these annual light shows will
surely help get each of you in the spirit of the
holiday that showcases our Nation's birth.
No matter how you celebrate, whether it be
with a barbeque, picnic, family gathering or at
one of the many fireworks displays, please take
a moment to remember our men and women in
our armed forces; from those early days as our
nation was formed, to today as we help those
abroad fight for their freedom.
God Bless America!

Office Closures District School Offices and classes
Sill be closed Monday and Tuesday, giving staff and
sradents a four-day weekend. City Hall and County
Offices, including the courthouse, transfer station and
public library, will all be closed on Tuesday, July 4th. All
offices will re-open on Wednesday, July 5th.

Firework Do's & Don'ts
By Terri Langford Staff Writer
The 4th of July brings images of spectacular firework displays
to mind as we celebrate our nation's birthday.
While it is tempting to go out and purchase fireworks to help
yNith your celebration, perhaps you should reconsider...
According to the Florida State Fire Marshal's Office ONLY
Sparklers are considered legal fireworks in our state. Other
fireworks that you see at roadside stands require special permitting.
Remember it is legal for the vendor to sell those fireworks to
you, but it is not legal for you t9 purchase them without a permit.
The seller can not be held responsible for the buyer to purchase
illegal fireworks. If someone was hurt or you were to catch
someone's property on fire with illegal fireworks you could be
facing a first .degree misdemeanor with up to a $1,000 fine and/or
up to year in jail...not to mention any personal lawsuit brought
against you.
I If you do purchase sparklers remember sparklers burn 200
degrees hotter than a butane lighter, so use extreme caution.
Light only one at a time on a flat surface away from
structures, pets and children
Have a water source near by and put spent sparklers in the
water
Most importantly never, ever relight a dud!! Put it in a bucket
of water
If you use fireworks, you do so at your own risk.
Over half of all fireworks injuries involve children, causing
damage to their face, hands and eyes. Your best protection against
these disasters is to simply attend a professional show, like the
ones that will be held this coming Saturday, July Is" in Horseshoe
Beach, Suwannee and Steinhatchee.
Have a happy and safe 41h of July!


Annual Bay Scallop




Harvest Begins July 1st

By Terri Langford Staff Writer
Open harvest season for
bay scallops begins July Ist
and runs through September
10th from Florida's gulf coast
waters at Mexico Beach Canal
down to the Pasco-Hernando
County line. There have been
sightings of the secretive
shellfish along the
Steinhatchee and Horseshoe
coastlines as they begin to ..a
come in for their annual
spawning in the underwater
grasses that grow in our
swallow waters.
It is the change in water
temperature that triggers
spawning. Each scallop can
produce millions of eggs at
once; however the mortality
rate is extremely high with
only one egg out of 12 million
surviving. It takes about 36 ad u
hours for fertilized eggs to s
become tiny larvae that float "
in the water until they can .,
attach themselves to seagrass.
Within six weeks 90% of the
tiny creatures will perish.
Those that make it will most
likely only live for a year. .
Bay scallops feed
continuously, filtering small The Bay Scallop, shown above, can reach 2-" in height, but even a downsized version oJ this sought after
particles of algae and organic crustacean can yield a lot of meat in a smaller shell; and that is what harvesters are after.,
matter from the water. Because scallops are extremely sensitive to changes in the water the. are important bio-monitors for our marin-
ecosystem.
Thirty years ago there was an extensive scallop fishery in Tampa Bay and Charlotte Harbor, but poor water quality was blamed for
the decline of the bay scallop. Commercial harvesting also added to the decline of the bay scallop which prompted the Fish arid Wildlift
Commission (FWC) to put a ban on commercial harvesting and restrictions on recreational harvesting of the much sought after
crustaceans. The FWC also hax joined ,ith the University of South Florida in a program to restore the population of bay scallops by
raising the larvae to the "spat" stage in special cages. To date, about 35.000 scallops ha e been placed at restocking sites.
The Dixie/Taylor coastline is known as "the place" to go for recreational harvesting of scallops with motels being booked a year in
advance. However, according to the Sea Hag Marina in Steinhatchee. there are \acancies this year since many customers didn't make
reservations ahead of time due to Hurricane Dennis blowing through the second week of last year's season.
Sightings of this year's crop are already coming in and marinas are stocked with the supplies you will need to make your harvest
successful and legal.
According to the FWC, it is illegal to possess bay scallops on water outside the harvest areas and you must have a valid saltwater
fishing license. Harvesters are limited to two gallons of whole bay scallops in the shell or one pint of bay scallop meat per day during the
open season. In addition, scallopers can not possess more than 10 gallons of whole scallops in the shell or V2 gallon of shucked meat
aboard any vessel at any time. The scallops can only be harvested by hand or with a landing or dip net. You will also need a divers-
down flag when snorkeling. You should also prepare by using sun screen and keeping plenty of fresh drinking water on hand.
Remember bay scallops can only be harvested recreationally and it is illegal to harvest them for commercial purposes. You also need
to be aware of heavy boat traffic and use care, looking out for people in the water as you are coming and going from the harvest areas.
Be legal, be safe and enjoy a great season!


District Schools

Continue To Receive

Good News On 2006

FCAT Scores
Dixie District Schools Earn "B" Grade
By. Terri Langford Staff Writer
Once again Dixie County showed great improvement on their
2006 Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT) scores as
Governor Bush and Commissioner Winn announced School
District grades with Dixie earning a "B" and noted as being fourth
on the list of top ten districts.
District grades are calculated using the same components as
school grades student performance on the FCAT, student
learning gains and the learning gains of the lowest 25 percent.
Last year Dixie's scores added up to 360. gi% ing us a "C", this year
(2006) the scores totaled an impressive .393; a 33 point increase.
That increase not only earned Dixie a "B" grade, but also put it on
the top ten list of districts earning the most points compared to last
year.
Jefferson County was on top of the list with a 46 point increase
while Hendry and Marion County tied with a 35 point increase
each, Dixie was 4th with 33 points, Glades with 32, Levy 29,
Gilchrist 27 and Walton with 27 each, Lafayette 25 and Broward
rounding off the top ten list with a 24 point increase.
The School Board and Superintendent are excited about this
years' learning gains across the district. Their plan for last year
was to make student achievement its number one goal. They
appointed a Director of Curriculum, Garry Durham, who helped to
orchestrate intensive reading and remediation programs throughout
See "FCAT" page 5

Two Injured In

Motorcycle Accident
This past Monday, July 26, 2006 the Cross City Police and
Dixie Emergency Services responded to an accident scene at the
intersection of US 19 and SE 271st Street (Barber Ave.).
According to a CCPD Spokesman, Richard W. Smith Sr. and
his wife, Eleanor D. Smith were traveling on US 19 when they
collided. There were no witnesses to the accident and investigators
have been unable to get in contact with the couple.
Both drivers were taken to Shands UF by Dixie EMS. As, of
Monday, July 27th, the couple had been released from the hospital.
No charges have been filed as the accident is still under
investigation.


William

Dampier To

Seek District

Commission

Seat


Hello neighbors...I'm
William ("Bill") Dampier and
I'm a Democratic candidate for ,.,
Dixie County Commissioner
District 2.
My wife, Val Dampier and
I have 8 children and 17
grandchildren. We moved to
Old Town 6 years ago and
have owned property here for
21 years. We are the owners of
Crystal Pool Service &.


Supplies.
I attended High School in
Graceville, FL, Hillsborough
Community College, and
Tampa College. I was active in
the Florida Marine Patrol
Auxiliary and the Pasco
County Sheriffs. Office
Auxiliary. I served in'the U.S.
Army from 1968 to 1971. In
Vietnam I was awarded The
Air Medal, Army
Commendation Medal with
Oak Leaf cluster, ,Good
Conduct Medal, Meritorious
Alert Emblem; National
Defense Service Medal,
Vietnam Service Medal iLth
four Bronze Service ,Stars,
Republic of Vietnam
Campaign Ribbon with device,
Aircraft Crewman Badge and
the Republic of Vietnam
,Gallantry Cross with Palm
Unit citation Badge.
.I have over 30 years of
, managerial experience and I
am a Dixie County substitute
teacher and am proud to be a
member and officer in the,
American Legion.
I would appreciate your
vote; and if elected, I will
serve the people of Dixie
County with honesty and
fairness. God bless you.


Dixie EMS treat two injured motorcyclist after they collided on US 19. A:








DIXIE COUNTY ADVOCATE, CROSS CITY, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 2006


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Warren McGill Park to be dedicated on July 4th

Some time ago, an elderly gentleman who then lived in Cross
City called and said he had a small piece of land he would like to
give to the county for a park in honor of our military veterans. The
man's name is Warren McGill, and for health-related reasons he
now lives with family in New Port Richey, but talk about a guy
who's heart is in Dixie!
The park is a small triangular area just off US 19 at the corner
of SR 351 (aka Cedar St.) and lies almost directly adjacent to the
Nature Trail. If you're a hiker or a biker (make that a "cyclist"), or
even if you've just driven by, you have probably noticed it. It's a
convenient spot for a small group to have lunch at the picnic table
while getting out of the hot sun for a few minutes.
Well, we have arranged for Mr. McGill to visit his old home
town next Tuesday, that being July 4th, at which time there will be
a brief dedication ceremony at the park, basically to thank Mr.
McGill for donating the land. We'll also be thanking several local
businesses for donations they made to the effort.
Since we now seem to be in that typical summer weather
pattern where it either rains or gets hot (or both) in the afternoon,
the dedication will be held at 10:30am on Tuesday, July 4th. All
interested persons are invited to attend, and we would especially
like to see a good turnout from area veterans organizations.
Actually, there could hardly be a more appropriate time to
honor the veterans who have served our nation, defending it in
time of war and securing it in peacetime. Our nation was "born" on
July 4, 1776, when Thomas Jefferson assembled the document that
announced this struggling new nation's independence from Great
Britain, a monarchy that had colonized nearly half the world. A
total of 56 patriots would sign this document before it was
presented to King George III, who was reportedly not at all
amused. "The cheek of those damned colonists," His Majesty might
have said, "thinking they can write a treatise telling us what they
- will and will not put up with from the empire that spawned their
pathetic little cabal. How dare they!"
Z And that was just after reading the part about taxation without
representation. I rather expect he really blew a fuse when he got to
' the part where Jefferson, writing of unsuccessful efforts to obtain a
: redress of grievances, said of him, "A prince, whose character is
; thus marked by every act which may define a Tyrant, is unfit to be
" the ruler of a free people."
The American Revolution could have been described as a "long
2 shot." No odds-maker would have given us much of a chance, but
the dedication and true grit of the American service personnel was
there then, just as it is today.
It's July 4th, that's Independence Day, so if you're fortunate
: enough to have the day off or just have a flexible schedule, why
1 not take a few minutes to come by and say thanks to Mr. McGill
and to our veterans? That's 10:30 am, and have a safe and happy
: Fourth.

In time of test, family is best.
-Burmese Proverb


Letter To The Editor
A person and their character are very seldom talked about, but
this person who was one of the High Priests to the Creator of the
World probably should have been known better.
This person whose presence was known through out the Holy
Book was left out of Dan Brown's book The "Da Vinci Code".
A person with such integrity is seldom mentioned in any
Sermon of most churches. Yet this person played an important role
in the development of the character of Abraham, "The Father of all
the Jews and Arabs". Abraham was one of the first humans
recorded to worship the one true "Creator of the World" as it was
written in the "Book of Genesis".
So why is this person not talked about more, maybe its because
the character of this person resembles the character of the "Holy
Mediator" between Earth and Heaven.
The word character, it has an old-fashioned sound to it, like a
faded relic of the old age era.
We live in a materialistic culture where prestige, prosperity and
popularity are valued more than genuine integrity.
In fact, personal character hardly seems to matter very much at
all now days, at least in the lives of some humans that call this
planet home.
Only a few select moral qualities are still respected by society
at large. Genuine individual character, the stuff of which true,
timeless, praiseworthy humans are made of, has been formally
neglected to the point of "personal beliefs" which are things best
not talked about openly or publicly.
The person that this story is about is the person defined as the
human or Divine Holy Priest with the likeness of Christ.
Melchizedek, "King of Righteousness" this person was without
a mother or father, without descendants, having neither beginning
of days, nor end of life as explained in Hebrews Chapter 7.
Excellent character is actually a reflection of the "Moral Nature
of Our Creator".
For that reason, all the ventures are interdependent and closely
related to the fruit of our "God's grace".
Knowledge of one's self and origin is truly priceless, because it
helps ease the pains of frustration of a society, which mostly cares
about themselves.
Thankfully there are Holy beings both Divine and Human that
do care about planet earth whether they are evil or good.
H.P. Fuquay


Letter To The

Editor
Only one sought by God
can know full mercy. I felt this
presence once. Yes, it seemed
to smile down upon me. It was
a self-gratifying, life nurturing
experience. A quicken of the
spirit, words of wisdom
whispering. To look at life
absolutely, how it was
intended to be. To say, "I
see"...what an incredible gift.
All that I held dear became
more precious. To be gathered
up, to cling to and preserve.
Everything became a question;
nothing at face value was to be
accepted. Beauty and grace
became the rule, perfection and
truth governed. There was
love, unbounded, unlimited
love. With things to touch and
not to touch, those to hold and
others to let go. The
consequence of every action
was to ponder, for the now and
the hereafter. I was not
insignificant... I could make a
difference.
Then one day this presence
seemed to turn away. Not
knowing from hence or why it
came, I knew not way it went.
Having put my house in order,
I became watchful and
listening. Sometimes almost in
passing, I perceived what I
thought to be a shadow.
Left only with goodwill,
now knowing wrong from
right and that it worst to sin
than to be sinned against, one
will take upon themselves the
sin of others. Turning away
from the wrath to emptying
self out. For to dwell in the
presence of complete love and
have love turn away is
devastating.
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THE SCHOOL BOARD OF
DIXIE COUNTY, FLORIDA
SPECIAL SCHOOL BOARD MEETING
Thursday, June 29, 2006 8:00 A.M.
Location of Meetine: School Board Meeting Facility at Highway 349
South, Old Town, Florida
AGENDA
Call to Order, Invocation and Flag Pledge
I-APPROVAL OF AGENDA
II-PRESENTATION(S) AND/OR SPECIAL RECOGNITION
A. M.M. Parrish Tri County Golf Tournament
III-INFORMATION AND ANNOUNCEMENTS FROM SCHOOLS AND/OR
DIVISIONS
CITIZEN INPUT
Members of the public wishing to address the Board must complete a name card
for the Board Secretary.
IV-REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS OF BUSINESS INCLUDING REGULAR
AGENDA ADDITIONS, AND ITEMS REMOVED FROM CONSENT
AGENDA AND PLACED ON REGULAR AGENDA (will be placed here)
A. School Board Policy Update
V-APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA
A. Budget Amendment No. I for 2005-2006
B. Grants
C. Dixie District Schools Food Service HACCP-Based Standard Operating
Procedures Plan
D. Statewide Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten Provider Agreement
E. Title I, Part A Local Educational (LEA) Five Year Plan
F. Transportation Plan
G. Out of County Student Transfers
H. Warrant Register
VI-ADJOURN
It is hereby advised that persons desiring to appeal any action of the School Board
of Dixie County may be required by Florida Statutes to provide verbatim transcript
of said action. Persons with disabilities who require assistance to participate in the
meeting are requested to notify the Office of the Superintendent at (352)498-6131
at least 48 hours in advance, so their needs can be accommodated.


Dixie County

Jail Log
JUNE 19
MILLS, RONNIE QUINCEY, 50, VOP -
Possession of Cocaine, DWLS/R. Deputy
Brannin.
MACHILASKI, PAUL SCOTT, 40,
DWLS/R, Leaving Scene of Accident With
Property Damage. Deputy Watson.
JUNE 20
FURNELL, TIMOTHY L., 47, Possession
Marijuana With Intent to Distribute,
Possession Prescription Drug Without
Prescription, Possession Drug Equipment,
DUI. Deputy J. Simmons.
CONANT, RICHARD DALE, 23,
Contributing To Delinquency Of Minor.
Trooper Ganus.
JUNE 21
LEDBETTER, DAVID SANDERS, 31, VOP
- Grand Theft. Officer Mathis.
JUNE 22
SEEBER, WILLIAM HENRY, 22,
Burglary/Dwelling, Theft. Deputy Downing.
JOHNSON, SCOTT RAMOND, 18,
Burglary/Dwelling, Theft. Deputy Herring.
JUNE 23
DUNHAM, SANDRA JEAN, 40, Bond
Revoked, Deputy Reed.
SARRI, JOEY D., 43, Battery On Person
Over 65, Battery. Deputy Garcia.
KENNEDY, TRACY ANNETTE, 18, FTA-
Uttering A Forged Instrument (2cts.).
Officer Scluffner.
JUNE 24
FULLER, GARY TYRONE, JR. 20,
Disorderly Conduct, Obstruction of Justice.
BERNOTAS, FRANK PETER, 49, Retail
Theft. Deputy Herring.


SUTTON, KERRY MYLA, 32, Child
Neglect, Possession -20 Grams. Deputy L:
Brannin.
ROBARTS, CLAUDE EARL, 25, Child
Neglect, Possession -20 Grams. Deputy L.
Brannin.
JUNE 25
JOHNSON, BRYAN DAVID, 19,
Introduction Contraband Into County
Facility, Possession Controlled Substance.:
Deputy L. Brannin.
FOWLER, BILLY WAYNE, 42, VOP -I
DWLS/R. Deputy Gainey.
CLEMONS, LADMER, 45, FTA Larceny
Petit 1" Offense. Deputy Brannin.
FAISON, JONATHON DAVID, 20, DUI,
DWLS/R. Deputy Daniels.
CORRECTION:
In last week's Jail Log, Christopher Michael!
Cole, 28, was listed as VOP Possessionw
of Meth. The correct name should have.
been Christopher James Cole, age 19 -.
VOP Possession of Meth.


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Monthly Meetings,
Events and Helpful
Information

Medical, Donations & Volunteer
55 Alive Volunteer
Instructors Needed Previous
experience is of no consequence,
training sessions provided. Call:
352-726-0753.
2001 Rx Program free
breathing medications and
Nebulizers asthma, emphysema
or COPD for qualified patients.
Call: 800-344-5764.
Florida Department of Elder
Affairs Volunteers needed for
the SHINE (Serving Health
Insurance Needs of Elders)
Program. Comprehensive
training provided with flexible
hours. Call: 1-800-262-2243.
Hospice of North Central
Florida To request
information about volunteering
opportunities, Call: Dana
Weinfurter 352-493-2333
.. Poison Hotline a life-saving
national hotline for poison
emergency treatment and advice.
Call: 800-222-1222.
Clubs & Organizations
SRSC
mile North of Fanning on the
.right. Pancake Breakfast !st Sat. of
every month 8:00am-noon $4.00
Donations
American Legion Post 383
Meetings are on Is Wed. and 3rd
Tues. each month @ 6:30pm. Call
542-2169 Attention Air boaters
North Florida Conservation and
Airboat Alliance, a newly formed
club is looking for new members,
that are interested in fellowship
ith other air boaters and
sportsmen, and working to keep
our public lands and waterways
.bpen for everyone to use and enjoy.
Every meeting is covered dish Club
meets second Tuesday of every
month at 7:00 PM at Mark Carvers
.cook shed: 11166 100th, Live Oak,
SFlorida, 32060. (1st drive on right
just past Suwannee valley Electric
Coop.) For more information
contact: Chris Ave, Phone # 386-
658-1092
Another Way. INC, Domestic
Violence and Rape crisis center
WE offer a 24hr. hotline,
emergency shelter, legal advocacy,
outreach services and children
services to victims of sexual assault
and rape. All of our services are
free and confidential. Remember
RAPE IS A CRIME.ALWAYS.
RAPE CRISIS HOTLINE 1-866-
875-7983
Car Show! Last Thursday
of every month in the parking lot
of Farmers Furniture & Bell's
Restaurant in Chiefland.
n* Dixie County Historical
,' Society Sale of Dixie County
Historical Material weekly each
Friday at the old-Old Town
School, comer of SR 55A and
CR 349.
Free Business Assistance -
UNF Small Business
Development Center at the
< Chamber of Commerce office in
Cross City.' Call M-W-F from 9-
'\ 12 at 498-5454 to set up an
appointment. Appointments are
every Thursday between 1-4
p.m.
Florida Department Of
Elder Affairs Shine Program
meets every second Thursday
from 10:00am 12:00noon.
'I Toll Free Rape & Sexual
Assault Hotline 1-866-875-
S 7983. A trained staff member
, will answer the hotline number
24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
S Meetings & Events
Alzheimer's Support Group
S 3rd Tuesday of each month at
S the Cross City Rehab. Contact
: 498-2005.
S* AL-ANON Family Group
Meetings are held every
S Wednesday Evening @ 5:30pm
at the First Methodist Church in
: Chiefland. Call 490-6117
'*t Board of County
S Commissioners I Thursday
at 10 a.m. and the 3rd Thursday
S at 6 p.m. at the County
S Courthouse Commission
S meeting room.


* Cross-City Town Council -
2nd and 4th Monday of each
month at 7 p.m. at the City Hall.
DAV Auxiliary bingo every
Wednesday, 11 a.m. and
Saturday, 6 p.m. at Veterans Rd.
DAV Bldg. In Cross City.
Dixie Amateur Radio Klub -
3rd Monday. of each month at 7
p.m. Call: 498-3306.
Dixie Cattleman's
Association 4th Thursday at 7
p.m. at the Trail riders Club.
Dixie County Chamber of
Commerce 2nd Thursday of
each month at 12 noon at the
Dixie County Library.
Dixie County Education
Foundation 3rd Tuesday of
each month at 12 noon. Call:
498-1426.
Dixie County Fire Council -
2nd Thursday of each month at 7
p.m. at the EOC building.
S Dixie County Historical
Society 3rd Monday of each
month at 6:30 p.m. Call: 498-
3128.
Dixie County Woman's
Club 2nd Thursday at 7 p.m.
Dixie District School Board
2nd Tuesday of each month at 6
p.m. at the School Board facility
in Old Town.
Dixie Horseman's
Association every 3rd Tuesday
at 7 p.m. at the Cypress Inn.
Dixie Shrine Club 1st
Thursday of each month. Call:
352-542-7816.Hwy 351 2 miles
North of Cross City. Shriners
and Guest Welcome.
N Family Caregivers 2nd
Tuesday of each month at 2 p.m.
Call: 1-800-717-3277.
Lafayette Baptist
Association
* A fast-track workshop for
couples of all ages living in
today's culture. Join us. Mar.
2nd, April 13t'h and May 4th. @
7:00PM. Refresh Your
Perspective! Sponsored by
Family Life Ministries Call
(386) 935-2629 for more info.
* Holy Cross Catholic Church
Bingo every Tuesday evening
U.S. 19. Doors open at 6 p.m. -
snacks available. Free coffee.
* Horseshoe Beach Town
Council 1t Thursday of each
month at the City Hall beginning
at 6 p.m.
* Levy County Horse Club -
2"d Thursday of each month at 7
p.m. at the Bell's Restaurant in
Chiefland. Man-To-Man -
Prostate Cancer Group -
meeting 3rd Wednesday of each
month from 7 8 p.m. Call: 1-
'888-295-6787 (Press 2) Ext.
114.
* MT. Olive Cemetery Inc.
Monthly meeting Held every last
Tuesday @Jena Community
Club House at 7pm. Everyone is
Welcome. All Ideas and
Suggestions are welcome also.
* NA Meetings Each
Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Cross
City Church of God on Kenneth
St. in Cross City, FL. Call: 352-
498-4362.
" Shamrock Masonic Lodge -
2nd & 4th Thursday nights at 8
p.m.
* Sons of Confederate
Veterans Meeting 2nd Saturday
each month at 6:30 p.m. at
Shamrock Masonic Lodge.
" Tri-County Breast Cancer
Support Group meets the 2nd
Monday of each month at 7 p.m.
Call: 352-490-4545.
" Tri-County Marine Corps
League Auxiliary Meets 3rd
Tuesday of each month at the
DAV Hall in Cross City
beginning at 7:30 p.m. Call:
352-493-2919.
Note: PSA 's are- published
without cost at the discretion of the
Advocate and provide brief
summaries meetings and events of
general public interest. It is the
responsibility of the
organization/entity to provide the
Advocate with accurate
information and timely changes.
Information and changes must be
submitted in writing, either by fax
or by email. The Advocate is not
responsible for errors or changes
in submissions.


PUBLIC SERVICE
INFORMATION
ANNOI JNCENIENTS


Operators
Want to help your
community in times of
distress? Hurricane season is
here and Dixie County is
starting an ARES (Amateur
Radio Emergency Service)
group. All licensed amateurs
are encouraged to join us every
Thursday night at 7:15 on the
147.390 (Chiefland repeater)
for a Dixie County ARES net.
(This net will immediately
follow the Levy Count-ARES
net which begins at 7:00.
For more info call Terry
(KI4IQD) at (352) 221-2641.

Barber-

Higginbotham

Family Reunion
Join us for our annual
Barber-Higginbotham Family
Reunion on Saturday, July 1st,
2006 at Hart Springs, Pavilion
B. This is an air conditioned
building so that everyone will
be comfortable. Lunch will be
shared at 12:30 PM with paper
goods, ice and drinks
provided. Please bring your
favorite dish and join us for a
fun time of sharing food,
memories, and making new
ones.
See you there!


Held July 1st
Family and friends are
invited to the Sanders Reunion
on July 1, 2006, at the Dixie
County Community Center on
SR 349 North of Old Town.
Bring your favorite food
and join us before noon for
visiting and eating.

Ida Goodson

Reunion To Be

Held July 8th
Family and Friends are
invited to attend the Annual
Ida Goodson Reunion on
Saturday, July 8th at the Trail
Riders Club on Airport Road
in Cross City.
We will start gathering at
10:00 am. Bring the food of
your choice.
See you there!
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Ronald McDonald To Appear At

Dixie County Public Library
(CROSS CITY, FLORIDA) (June 14, 2006) McDonald's
Chief Happiness Officer, Ronald McDonald, will make a special
appearance at Dixie County Public Library on Wednesday, July 5,
2006 at 10:00am.
Ronald will present Ronald's Reading Rangers to children ages
10 and younger. This is a free program open to children ages 10
and under. During the 30 minute appearance, Ronald will read
stories to the children, perform a magic trick or two, and "induct"
the children into Ronald's Reading Rangers! The Ronald's
Reading Rangers Program appearance teaches children about how
much fun it is to read and encourages them to find time to read
during the summer. Following Ronald's appearance, each child in
attendance will receive a
Ronald's Reading Rangers certificate and a coupon for a free
McDonald's Happy Meal.
Ronald McDonald's appearance at Dixie County Public
Library is completely underwritten and made possible by
McDonald's of Cross City and Blake Casper. Located at 562 NW
1st Ave., the owner and management strongly support educational
initiatives that improve the lives of children in this community.
One of the most recognizable celebrities in the world, Ronald
McDonald makes appearances worldwide, spreading happiness
and fun wherever he goes. He is also the inspirational deader of
Ronald McDonald House Charities, which helps children live
better, happier and healthier lives. His efforts are a part of
McDonald's ongoing commitment to social responsibility and
giving back to the community. For more information, go to
www.mcdonalds.com.

Benefit Dinner To Be Held For

Shay Knight June 30th
A Benefit Dinner will be held for Shay Knight on June 30,
2006 at the City Park in Cross City. Shay was seriously injured in
an accident that occurred in May.
Dinners will be $5.00 per plate and will be served 11:00am to
2:00pm. Each dinner will consist of BBQ Chicken, Cole Slaw,
Baked Beans, Dessert and a Soda.
A Benefit Account for Shay Knight has been opened at
Drummond Community Bank for any cash donations. Raffle
tickets are available for a Grill ($135.00 Value) donated by Danny
King, a 10kt Rope Anklet ($275.00 Value) donated by Alexander's
Fine Jewelry, a reverse osmosis water treatment system ($400.00
value) donated David and Carla Downing and a Free Oil Change
donated by King's BP Oil and Tire Service ($29.95 Value).
If you are interested in helping or would like more information
you may contact Dixie Wright at 542-1256 or Leslie Markham at
578-4700.

Calling All Sanders Family

Amateur Radio Reunion To Be


Summer Food Program Free To

All Children 5 Days A Week

(Monday Friday)
Dixie District School Food Service will be sponsoring the Sumnier
Food Service Program beginning June 1, 2006 and continuing through
July 21, 2006, we will be serving five days a week, Monday through
Friday, we will not be serving July 3 & 4. Children must consume meal at
the site, but they may take their fruit with them.
The following sites will be participating in the Summer Food Service
Program:
Anderson Elementary School: Breakfast: 7:30am-8:30am Lunch:
11:30am-12:45pm.
Cross City Park: Lunch: 12:30am-1:00pm.
Peppers Park: Lunch: 11:45am 12:30pm.
Dixie County High School: Lunch 11:30am- 12:00pm
Suwannee Volunteer Fire Department: Lunch 11:30am 12:33pm
New Old Town Elementary School:; Lunch: 11:45am-12:15pm.
Corrections Park: Lunch: 11:00am-11:30am.
Horseshoe Beach City Hall: Lunch: 11:30-12:00
The following Bible Schools will be participating in the Summer Food
Service Program:
Scrub Creek Baptist Church: Lunch: 11:00am 12:00pm (June 26-30).
Suwannee River Baptist Church: Supper: 6:30pm 7:00pm (July 10-14).
Church of God: Supper: 6:00pm 7:00pm (July 10-14).
Faith Baptist: Supper: 7:00pm 8:00pm (July 17-20, only).
Old Town Methodist Church: Supper: 6:00pm 8:00pm (July 17-21).
Methodist Church: Supper: 6:30pm 7:30pm (June 19-23, only).
Lydia Baptist Church: Lunch: 12:00pm- 12:30pm (June 26-30, only).
Faith in the Word: Supper: 5:00pm 6:00pm (July 17-21, only).
"In accordance with Federal law, and US Department of Agriculture
policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of
race, color, national. origin, sex, age, or disability. To file a complaint of
discrimination write USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400
Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, DC 20250-9410 or call 1-800-
795-3272 or (202) 720-6382 (TTY). USDA is an equal opportunity
provider and employer."
For more information please contact Linda Fowler, Food Service
Coordinator at 352-498-1295.









The Dixie County High
School Class of 2008 will hold
an important meeting for parents
and students on Thursday, July
6, 2006 beginning at 6:00 PM in the DCHS Library.
We will be discussing and planning upcoming scheduled
fundraisers. Your help and support will be greatly appreciated.
For more information you may call Ms. Music at 498-8000 or
356-0709.

Lamb Family Reunion
Share in Family Fun and Memories.
The reunion will be Saturday, July 8, 2006 at 11:00 in the
morning at the 1st District Community Center, Hwy 349 N, Old
Town, FL. Call Buddy for more details at 352-542-9353. Bring
your favorite dish or dessert. Paper goods and tea will be provided.

Pridgeon Family Reunion
:" The Pridgeon' family reunion will be held Saturday, July'22nd at
Otter Springs in the large pavilion.
All family and friends are invited. Please bring a covered dish
or dessert. We will eat at 12:30 p.m. Hope to see you there.


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DIXIE COUNTY ADVOCATE, CROSS CITY, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 2006


Rod Smith Announces
Dixie County Campaign Team
. Chewning, Hatcher And Varnes To Head Up Local Effort


Cross City, FL The Rod Smith For
Governor Campaign has announced its Dixie
County campaign leadership. Smith's local
team will be led by co-chairs Property
Appraiser Hal Chewning, Sheriff Dewey
Hatcher, and community leader Tommy
Varnes.
"Voters around here will vote for Rod
Smith because he's the one candidate who
truly understands the needs of Dixie County.
He'll make a great governor for all of Florida"
said Varnes.
Rod Smith has a unique understanding of
the issues affecting North Florida. As State
Attorney or State Senator, he has served in
districts representing 11 North Florida
counties. A champion of Florida's small
counties in the Florida Senate, Sen. Smith has
served as Chairman of the Senate Agriculture
committee, won funding for small county
courthouses, and is a member of the Small
County Coalition.
Smith moved from Oklahoma to Palm
Beach County at the age of two. There he grew
up working in the fields alongside his father, a
truck farmer. He graduated from the public
schools in Palm Beach County and then earned
a BA from the University of Tulsa and a law
degree from the University of Florida. He and
his wife Dee Dee have been married 23 years
and live in Alachua.
As a two-term State Attorney from the
Gainesville area, Smith successfully
prosecuted some of Florida's most dangerous


6th Annual CARES Appreciation

Dinner To Be Held Tonight
The 6th Annual CARES Appreciation Dinner will be held on
Thursday, June 29, 2006 beginning at 6 p.m. at the Dwight
Stansel Farm and Nursery near Live Oak.
Sponsored by the Suwannee River Partnership and Florida
Farm Bureau, the awards dinner honors local farmers who
participate in the CARES (County Alliance for Responsible
Environmental Stewardship) program.
This year's award recipients are:
Suwannee County: Live Oak: Lacy Benjamin, Jr., Jimmie
Green
Madison County: Madison: Jeff and Mina Bloodworth, Greg
and Margaret Ragans, Jimmy and Jay Davis, Doug and Ann
Isbell, Albert Donaldson;
Greenville: Fiberto and Julie Gascon, Luis Cibrian, Ed and
Jackie Collins, Clyde Miller; Lee: Archie and Patsy Davis, Karl
"Mike" and Elizabeth Williams;
Pinetta: Ben Pryor
Lafayette County: Mayo: Ricky and Louisa Lyons, Heath
Buchanan
Hamilton County: Jasper: Cliff Adams, Stan Adams
Jefferson County: Lloyd: Walter "Butch" and Marlynn
Edwards; Lamont: Jerry Grubbs
The agenda for the CARES Dinner is as follows:
WELCOME Rep. Dwight Stansel
INVOCATION
SUPPER
CARES AWARDS PRESENTATIONS -
Agriculture Commissioner Charles Bronson
S Carl Loop, President, FL Farm Bureau
S INTRODUCTION OF SPECIAL GUESTS Rep. Dwight
Stansel
REMARKS -
S Agriculture Commissioner Charles Bronson
Carl Loop, President, FL Farm Bureau
Niles Glasgow, State Conservationist, NRCS
Dr. Jimmy Cheek, VP, Institute of Food and Agricultural
Sciences
David Pope, Chairman, SRWMD Governing Board
S CONCLUDING REMARKS Rep. Dwight Stansel
SUWANNEE RIVER PARTNERSHIP STEERING
.COMMITTEE MEETING
Prior to the dinner, the Suwannee River Partnership will hold
a steering committee meeting beginning at 3:00 p.m. at the
Suwannee River Water Management District office in Live Oak,
US 90 and CR 49. (An agenda is not yet available.)
More information on CARES and the Suwannee River
Partnership is available at www.mysuwanneeriver.com (click on
the Partnership link on the home page).



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criminals, including the Gainesville student
murderer. He also led efforts to protect the
environment by creating one of Florida's first
environmental crime task force units. And he
has been a leader in strengthening Florida's
war against crime, establishing one of the
state's first special prosecution units devoted
exclusively to prosecuting crimes against
women and children.
According to Chewning, "We haven't
seen this kind of excitement in our area for a
Democratic candidate for Governor since
Governor Chiles ran in 1990. I am honored to
be a part of it."

"I am honored to have the support of such
distinguished leaders," said Sen. Smith.
"Having lived in and represented North Florida
for so many years, I understand the issues, I
share their values and as Governor I will work
to preserve their way of life."
Others serving on the local campaign
steering committee include School Board
Chairman Timothy Alexander, School Board
members Patrick Bell and Glen Osteen,
County Commissioners John Driggers, Marcus
Hays, Buddy Lamb, and Alton Land,
Horseman's Association President John
Driggers, Jr., Asst. Property Appraiser Robbie
Lee, Emergency Services Director Chad Reed,
and community leaders Troy Johnson, Dolphus
Peppers and Patricia Woody.
The Democratic primary election will be
held September 5.


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about anywhere but at home.
Many experts believe this is
contributing to the rapid
increase in diagnosed cases
of obesity and diabetes.
'Many Americans find it
hard to prepare fresh, health-
ful meals at home, to feed
themselves "real food" to power
their brains and bodies.
It helps to know just what
you're eating. Always read
the labels.
One good idea came from
busy model Lizanne Falsetto,
who struggled with trying to
eat healthy foods on the run.
She developed a "realfood,
fast food" philosophy. This
proved so successful that she
ended her modeling career
and founded Think Products
to make real food that is as
easy to eat as a candy bar.
Falsetto explains, "It's
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and very high-quality ingre-
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taste great. The ingredients


Division of
Forestry Urges
Caution With

July 4th
Outdoor
Activities
Based on the increased
seasonal rainfall over the past
few days, the probability of
fire ignitions from outdoor
activities is decreasing. We
are not back to normal rainfall
totals for this time of year yet,
so caution is still being
stressed. The Division of
Forestry would like to remind
those citizens that are
celebrating our nation's
birthday to use extreme
caution in any outdoor activity
that could be a potential
ignition source for a wildfire.
This includes but is not limited
to camp fires, barbeque grills,
fireworks and recreational
vehicles such as ATV's.
Check with your local
municipality for professional
fireworks exhibits that are
permitted by your town or city.
The local Fire/Police
Department and/or State Fire
Marshal's Office can provide
some guidance on
approved/permitted fireworks
and appropriate safety
precautions.


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the district using the latest technology.
"We would like to thank Dixie's dedicated administrators,
teachers, and support staff for their commitment in improving
student performance this year," stated Superintendent Dennis
Bennett. "We would also like to thank the parents and community
for their support in working with us to meet and exceed in
mastering a tough set of standards, The Sunshine Standards,"
Bennett added.
Durham stated that the 2006-2007 school year's goal is to
maintain pass success while focusing on areas of need. "We are
now generating the data on each individual student so that we can
give them individualized instruction," Durham stated. He also
noted that this coming year science will be added to the FCAT as
well as math to the lower 25% scores. "We will need to make sure
that students receive the instruction they need in order to master
those tasks as well," Durham stated.
With a plan in place that has proven to be effective, Dixie will
be able to provide a quality education for each and every student,
ensuring that they will have a good foundation as they leave high
school.

Communications Workers

Of America Endorses Rod

Smith For Governor
Alachua, FL State Senator Rod Smith today received the
endorsement of the Communications Workers of America,
representing 17,000 Floridians in the communications,
manufacturing, media, government, education and travel
industries.
"Rod Smith is the leader with the vision and effectiveness to
fight for real change in Florida," said Don LaRotunda, CWA
Florida Political Director. "Rod Smith has always fought for
Florida's communication workers as a labor lawyer and as an
elected official. Now we will fight to make him our next
Governor."
"It is an honor to be endorsed by the communication workers,"
said Senator Smith. "They are some of the hardest working men
and women, whom I had the privilege to represent as a labor
lawyer."
Sen. Smith has been endorsed by unions representing hundreds
of thousands of working Floridians, including Florida Education
Association, Florida Fraternal Order of Police, Florida Professional
Firefighters, Florida Nurses Association, Florida Police Benevolent
Association, Teamsters Joint Council 75, International Association
of Machinists & Aerospace Workers, International Union of
Painters and Allied Trades, International Union of Police
Associations Florida (AFL-CIO), United Auto Workers, Broward
Teachers Union, United Teachers of Dade, Volusia Teachers
Organization, Hillsborough School Employees Federation, Service
Employees International Union Local 1991, Federation of
Physicians and Dentists (AFSCME Local 1199, an affiliate of the
National Union of Hospital and Health Care Employees), Broward
County Council of Professional Firefighters, Gator Fire Council,
Metro Broward Professional Fire Fighters, Milton Professional
Firefighters Union Local 2944, Orlando Professional Firefighters
Local 1365, Laborers' International Union Local 517, and the
Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1267.


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RUTH RAINS MIDDLE SCHOOL
ANDERSON ELEMENTARYSCHOOL
DIXIE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL

Acute & Chronic Disease Care Minor Surgical Procedures
Laceration Repair Employment Physicals
Well Child & Newborn Care Family Planning/OB Care
School & Sports Physicals School Health Services
Treatment for Asthma Preventative Health Care
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DIXIE COUNTY ADVOCATE, CROSS CITY, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 2006


First Baptist Church Mission Trip Do You Know This Tiny Grave?


Fourteen of our youth at First Baptist Church of Cross City,
went on a mission trip to Talladega, Alabama June 10th 17th.
They worked on 16 homes, replacing roofs, painting, and
building wheelchair ramps. Each youth had to complete a 6-week
Bible study and a pre-project before going. Cost for each was
earned by youth fundraisers and by youth working for church
members.
A special thanks to Analia Futch, and Ewana "Kaye" Holtsclaw
as driver and chaperones.


r-- ", r, ........ ^,Thanks to F.B.C. for your support and prayers.
David & Janet Osteen celebrate their 10' anniversary June 28'. Brother Steveo FB fo your support and prayers.ltsclaw
Honey I just wanted to let you know how grateful I am that you
have been a part of mine and my children's lives these past 10
years. It seems like it was only yesterday. Being married to you has Local Author To Hold Book
been a blast. Thank you for being the greatest husband in the
world. I just wanted to tell you that I will love you forever and Signing At Public Library
look forward to the next 10 years.


Love,
Janet

Calvary Temple News
The ministry of Evangelist Braxton Hunter tremendously
blessed Calvary this past Sunday. Braxton is the Evangelist /
Director of Trinity Crusades For Christ founded by Dr. Harold
Hunter. Braxton has the unique ability to supercede
denominational walls and preach a powerful message "where
permitted." While Dixie County does not seem to be one of those
places "where permitted" I would highly recommend this ministry
to any church interested in winning souls to Christ.
As I have stated many times, "Religious strongholds continue
to be the number one hurdle to evangelizing our community." Our
inability to see beyond our four-walls is a terrible detriment to
realistic evangelism. Jesus said, "By this shall all men know that
you are my disciples, that you have love one for the other." It's not
what "we say" but "what we do" that speaks the loudest. By the
grace of God Calvary will continue to pursue this goal.

Celebration Singers
On Sunday evening, July 9, 2006 at 6:00 p.m., Old Town
United Methodist Church will welcome the Celebration Singers
with Miss Mary Lanier. This group of ladies brings to us the warm
Southern Gospel style of music.
,We are looking forward to them coming to our church to sing
for us and we cordially invite the entire community to come out
and hear this wonderful group sing for us. It will surely be a time
of evangelization for us, and we hope, a time of blessing for you.
There is no charge for this event, but a free-will offering will be
taken up. Mark your calendar and plan to attend.


Local Author, Janet ,..
Hendershot will be holding a .
Book Signing at the Dixie "i
County Public Library on .
Tuesday, July 11th from ,. :..
10:00am to 2:00pm. She will
also be donating one of her
books to our public library. ,.
Janet's book, "Backyard
Burial" is her first book to be
published, but not the first she
has written. In fact, she is
currently rapping up the sequel
to "Backyard Burial" and has
several others being reviewed
for publication.
Janet's books are fiction, Janet Hendershot
based on true stories or events.
What is unique and refreshing is that you will not see one curse
word or sexual content in any of her books.
We hope you will be able to come out and meet with Janet on
the 11th.




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By Terri Langford Staff Writer
Bea Gregory of Old Town goes to the Cross City Cemetery
each week to visit her husband's grave and for some time now she
has also taken the time to visit the grave of a small child who's
name is unknown.
Bea began to ask around as to who might know who was buried
at the site in order to put a name with the tiny grave. She found
out that the cemetery records were destroyed in a fire some years
back and that current records did not list a name for the grave. She
asked the local funeral home and even family members of the
grave that sits next to the unmarked grave (Langston's) no luck.
Bea hopes that someone will see this article and be able to shed
light on who the small soul is. As you can see from the picture at
one time there might have been a marker, but it is worn down and
no inscription can be seen. Sea shells adorn the grave which was
covered with a concrete slab.
Hopefully someone will be able to help Bea solve the
mystery. Bea has already made arrangements with Ben Barber to
make a headstone once the identity of the child is unveiled. Until
then Bea will continue her search and visits.


Let's
S ^ Pray
For
Peace


The Word

Made Flesh
The Mark of the Beast
I, the son of man, say we have
come to a time in the earth (people)
when Satan is using all manner of
deceivable things to trick people.
People are going to learn too late that
Satan and all he has is false from A to
Z.
The greatest power the devil has is
deceiving people into believing that
they can be something in religious
belief, regardless of what they believe
or who teaches it. They twist God's
word to make it fit the flesh and the
desires of the flesh. This is still that
tree of knowledge all the way from the
Garden of Eden until now. God helped
us to awaken to what the camal mind
is and how it works in the earth
(people) of today.
Rev. 13:16-18 reads like this "And
he causeth all, both small and great,
rich and poor, free and bond, to receive
a mark in their right hand, or in their
foreheads:" Listen to what you have
just read. He causeth all if you will
take notice, this takes in every body on
the earth small, great, rich, poor,
bond and free. That's everybody!
I, the son of man, say what were
these people in the 131h chapter under,
when the beast rose up out of the sea?
They were under him this beast. Rev.
13:7-8 "And it was given unto him to
make war with the saints, and to
overcome them: and power was given
him over all kindreds, and tongues,
and nations. And all that dwell upon
the earth shall worship him, and whose
names are not written in the book of
-life of the Lamb slain from the
fountain of the world." Now to look at
the beast and see what a beast is, we
would have to look inside the human
creature that dwells here on the earth.
We would have to look at the nature of
him, the state of a him unredeemed
of grace.
This nature part of him has been
the trouble all the time. I, the son of
man, say these beasts in Revelation are
not natural brute beasts of our forests
,today. The word beat is used here to
'type the rising up of the camal mind in
the creature of today. From the time of
the falling away from God in the
Garden of Eden, the carnal fleshly,
beastly nature of people has prevailed.
I, the son of man, say now in these last
days we are already into the powers of
the great harlot that sitteth upon many
waters (people) Rev. 17: 1-6.


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Agape' Christian Center
North Hwy.. 349 & NE 312th Old Town
"Where You Are Known By Your Love"
Sunday Worship 10A & 6P & Children's Church 10:30 A
Mon. 7P bible Study Wed. 7P Mid-Week Service
Pastor- J.D. Clark
(352) 542-1800.

Calvary Temple Assembly of God
Suwannee Lumber Road Cross City
"Join Us ForA Visit, Stay ForA Lifetime."
Sunday Worship 10:30 A
Wednesday Evening Service 7P
Kid 'Church -- Ages 3-5 & 6-12
Pastors Jim & Marion Hurst (352) 498-3023

Central Baptist Church
Intersection of Camp St. & Horseshoe Beach Rd.
Invites You To Worship With UsI
"A church where everybody is somebody& Chnstis Lord"
Sunday School 10A ** Morning Worship 11 A
Evening Worship 6P -- Wed. Prayer Meeting 7P
Pastor David B. Downing (352) 498-0714

Cross City Church of Christ
5237 52 NE 147th St. (McArthur St.)
Sunday
Bible Study 10:OOA
Morning Worship 11:00A
Wednesday Evening Bible Study 7P
Minister Bill Ross (352) 339-5864

Cross City Church.of God
Kenneth Street Cross City
"Proclaiming The Full Gospel ForAll People"
Sunday School 10A*, Morning Worship.11 A
Children's Church 11A* Evening Worship 6:30P
Wednesday Family Training Hour Adult & Teen Ministry,
Boy's Brigade & Girl's Club 7:30P
Rev. Ed & Sylvia Ivev. Pastor (352) 498-3280
Cross City Pentecostal Holiness Church
100 Parker Stret Cross City
In the heart of Dixie Co., with Dixie Co. at heart!
Sunday School 10A Morning Worship 11A
Children's Church Ages 3-11
Sun. Evening 6P (Youthquake, ages 12-18)
Wed. Family Night 7:30P Missionette's & Boy's Club
Pastor Paul & Louise Tyson (352) 498-0736

Faith Baptist Church
CR 55A (Between Cros City & Old Town
"The Church With An Open Door"

Sunday School 9:45A-- Morning Worship 11A
Evening Worship 7P
Mid-Week Bible Study Wednesday 7P
Rev. Jackle Pettrey, Pastor (352) 542-7103

First Assembly of God
Hwy. 351 & Camp Two Rd. Cross City
Sunday School.- 10A Morning Worship 11A .
Sunday Children's Church 11A
Sunday Evening -7P Wednesday Evening 7:30P
Nursery Provided
Pastor Marvin & Janice Parsley 352) 498-3366


[ First Baptist Church of Cross City
US 19- Cross City
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SSunday School 9:30A Morning Worship 10:45A
Evening Worship 7P
Wed. GA's & RA's 6P Youth 7P
Adult Bible Study & Parayer 7P Choir 8P
Pastor Mike Brown (352) 498-5107
First Baptist Church of Old Town
'Welcome To God's House Wont You Come On In"
Sunday School 9:45A Morning Worship 11A
Evening Worship 6P
Wednesday Bible Study 7P
Knock & the door will open, seek & you will find, ask &
you will be given life eternal.
Pastor Royce Hanshew (352) 542-7050

First Baptist Church of Steinhatchee
Riverside Drive Steinhatchee
Sunday School -10A Morning Worship 11A
Evening Worship 6P
Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7P
Awana 6:30P
Pastor Leon Holden (352) 498-2108


First United Methodist Church
22NE 138th St. Cross City
"Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors"
The People of The United Methodist Church
Sunday School 9:45A, Morning Worship 11 A
, Wednesday Adult Choir 7:30P
Rev. Howard Grimmenga, Pastor- (352) 498-3420

The Apostolic Church of Jesus Christ
Welcomes You to come and worship with us
in Horseshoe Beach
Sunday Morning..... 10:00 A.M.
Sunday Evening.....6:00 P.M.
Wednesday Evening.....7:00 P.M.
Pastor James Butler 498-3577

Lydia Baptist Church
2 Miles West of Cross City on US 19
"A Church You Can Call Home"
Sunday Morning Prayer 9:15A, Sunday School -
9:45, MorningWorship 11A, Evening Worship 7P,
Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7P,
Bible Study, Mission Friends, RA's, GA's& Mission Friends
Pastor Wayne Allen (352) 498-5617

McCrabb Baptist Church
7 Miles North of Old Town on SR 349
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Sunday School 9:45A, Worship Service 11A
Church Training 6P, Evening Worship 7P
Women's Prayer Group 3rd Tues. -10A
Wed. Prayer Meeting 7P, Brotherhood/WMU -1st Wed. 7P


New Prospect Baptist Church
US 19 Between Cross City & Old Town
Jesus Is The Answer For Your Life
Sunday School 10A, Morning Worship 11A
Children's Church 11A, Evening Worship 7P
Wednesday Evening 7P
Pastor, Billy Robson (352) 498-3711

Old Town United Methodist Church
US 19- Old Town
'Come Let Us Worship & Adore Him"
Sunday Worship 9:30A
Church School 11A
Wednesday Choir Practice 7P
Pastor, Rev. Carl Rainear (352) 542-7954

OLD TOWN CHURCH OF GOD
Welcomes You To Come & Worship With Us.
Sunday School 10:00 AM
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 AM
Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 PM
Wednesday Evening Worship 7:00 PM
PASTOR TROY HARE -- Phone (352) 542-8222

Scrub Creek Baptist Church
Located 6 Miles East On CR 351
"A Friendly Church With A Welcome Spirit"

Bible Study 9:45A, Worship Service 11A
Church Training 6P, Evening Worship 7P
Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7P
Pastor Archie Knowles *(352) 498-5535

Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Cross City
'Welcomes You Where Jesus Is Lord"

Sabbath School 9:30A Morning Worship 11A
Wednesday Prayer Meeting 6:30P
Pastor Bill Schnorbus- H 498-3258, C 498-5674

Suwannee River Baptist Church
Old Town Next to Trugas
Come Grow With Us!
Sunday School 9:45A, Worship Service 11A
Evening Worship 6P
Wednesday Prayer Meeting & Bible Study 7P
Rev. Bobby Lindsey, Pastor- (352) 542-0801

Wind of the Spirit Outreach Ministries
Located Behind NAPA In Old Town
"A Church Without Walls"

Sunday Morning 10:30A, Sunday Evening 60
Tuesday, Intercessory Prayer 7:30P
Thursday Night 7:30P
Pastors, Theadus & Benita Corbin (352) 498-5837

IDIVINE MERCY
Daily Prayer 3 pm
I Sunday 3 pm Wed 7 pm
Stations of the Cross daily thru Lent
Expect Miracles
Purvils Landing Rd OLD TOWN 1072 NE 272 Ave


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DIXIE COUNTY ADVOCATE, CROSS CITY, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 2006


w Obitiuaries]


William Joseph Kohl
Mr. William Joseph Kohl, age 84, of Old Town passed away
Friday, June 23, 2006 at North Florida Regional Medical Center in
Gainesville. He was a member of the Salt Creek Baptist Church.
Mr. Kohl graduated from New Moorfield High School in 1940 and
moved here 10 years ago from Springfield, Ohio. He and his
father were avid aviators. Mr. Kohl was a member of IOOF.
He is survived by his wife Gladys Marie Kohl of Old Town;
sons, Mark Kohl of Fairborn, Ohio and Jerold L. Kohl of
Jamestown, Ohio; daughters, Marsha Ackerman of Springfield,
Ohio and Sharman Madden of Dayton, Ohio; sister, Sara Jane
Blevins of Springfield, Ohio; brother, Paul Kohl of Cape Coral,
FL; numerous grand and great grandchildren. He is preceded in
death by his parents William and Sara Kohl and a sister Dorothy
Ulsh.
Funeral services for Mr. Kohl were held Tuesday, June 27,
2006 at 2pm at the Rick Gooding Funeral Home in Cross City with
Pastor Doyle Thomas officiating. A visitation was held prior to the
service between 12noon and 2pm. Burial followed at the Old Town
Cemetery.
Arrangements were placed under the care of Rick Gooding
Funeral Home, US Hwy 19, Cross City, FL, 352-498-5400.

Darlene Stinson Lamb
Mrs. Darlene Stinson Lamb, 57, of Bell, Florida passed away
Thursday, June 22, 2006. Mrs. Lamb was born in Cross City,
Florida where she lived until moving to Bell 12 years ago. She
was a homemaker and of the Baptist faith.
She is survived by her husband E.J. Lamb of Bell; daughters,
Karen Lamb of Bell, Amy Read of High Springs, FL, Daphane
Herring of Cross City, Phyllis Turner of Steinhatchee, FL, and
Kendra McGraw of Mayo, FL; sons, Eddie Lamb of Cross City,
Travis Lamb of Bell and Anthony Lamb, also of Bell; sisters,
Willard Edmonds of Old Town, FL, Dixie Black of Fanning
Springs, FL, and Laverne Roberts of Cross City; brothers, Clifford
Stinson and Paige Stinson, both of Cross City; 14 grandchildren
and 1 great-grandchild.
Services for Mrs. Lamb were held Monday, June 26th at 11:00
AM at Faith Baptist Church in Bell, FL with Pastor W.W. Skaggs
officiating. Burial followed in the Walker Creek Baptist Church
Cemetery. A visitation was held on Sunday, June 25th at the
funeral home.
' Arrangements were placed under the care of Watson Funeral
Home, Trenton, FL.

William B. McKechnie
William B. McKechnie of Cross City died Saturday, June 17,
2006 at the Haven Hospice Care Center in Chiefland. He was 66.
Mr. McKechnie was born in Birmingham, Alabama and moved
to the Chiefland area in 1977 from Honolulu, Hawaii. He
graduated from high school in Cincinnati and attended Miami
University of Ohio and the University of Florida. He was a US
Army Veteran, later working for Smith-Barney in New York and
then in professional baseball administration for a number of years.
Since moving to this area, Mr. McKechnie operated several
businesses in Chiefland, Starke and Cross City.
In 1954 Mr. McKechnie delivered the game winning hit when
his Cincinnati team won the Class A National Knothole League
Baseball Championship. In the City Championship the prior week,
his team played and won the City Knothole Title game at Crosley
Field in Cincinnati, the same field on which his Grandfather, Bill
McKechinie, had managed the Cincinnati Reds to the World Series
Championship in 1940, earning him a spot in the Hall of Fame in
Cooperstown. The Pittsburgh Pirates' Spring Training Stadium in
Bradenton is named McKechnie Field.
Mr. McKechnie is survived by an Aunt, Carol Montgomery of
Jacksonville,-as well as by numerous friends in the Chiefland,
Cross City and Gainesville area.
aDirect Cremations, Inc. of Gainesville, FL were in charge of
all arrangements.

Thank You
There are not enough words to express our sincere thanks to
our friends, neighbors, area churches, numerous organizations and
others for the generous out-pouring of love, supportive prayers and
concern for Mahlon and families during his long illness and time
of going home.
However, here's an attempt: our thanks and appreciation for
your prayers, visits, cards, phone calls, the beautiful floral tributes,
'the delicious food brought to our homes and church. Every act of
love for Mahlon and concern for us was comforting and
encouraging.
Mahlon truly loved his Lord, his family, his church family, his
pastor, his community and his friends. He was a "people person".
His life goal was to help others wherever and whenever as long as
he could. He did, and also prayed for the salvation of many.
Thanks to everyone for your expressions of love and respect for
Mahlon. Please continue your prayers for us.
Blessings to you all,
Marion McKinney and Families


THIS WEEK'S ENTERTAIN


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1297 NE 82nd Ave. Old Town,
Saturday 7 to 10:O0 .M
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New Prospect Baptist News
As always, it was great to be in church Sunday. Our choir and
musicians did a fine job and, as an added bonus, we were treated to
several beautiful songs by one of our visitors, a very talented
young man. Bro. Billy then did an admirable job bringing God's
message from Acts 9:1-6. During the invitation, we were blessed
to have another young family join the church by letter. God
continues to bless!
A Baby Shower for Shellie Jo Fowler was scheduled for
Tuesday, June 27th, at the Cypress Inn, as is a Bridal Shower for
Brandi O'Neal on Thursday, June 29th, at the church Fellowship
Hall, 7:00 P. M. We're looking forward to a good time of
Christian fellowship and spiritual renewal during our Annual
Church Retreat on the River July 1st -8th at the old KOA
campground. Many thanks go to the ones spearheading this effort,
and we thank God for the opportunity!
It was great to have visitors again Sunday and we look forward
to your return, as well as to all new visitors...all are welcome at
New Prospect.
Please, remember to keep praying for those on the church
prayer lists, our military personnel, and our nation's leaders. We
hope you have a good week...come to church, bring somebody
with you, and may God bless you.

Faith Baptist Church News
What a glorious day in the House of God today. Brother Jackie
did his usual good job in the pulpit; Tommy McQueen did the
special music for the morning service and the Brittons in the
evening service. They all did great jobs. We want to thank Bro.
Jim Fisher for filling in for Bro. Kacie leading the music as Bro.
Kacie was out of town. Bro. Jim always does a great job.
We have some upcoming events, which will be listed below.
July 7"' will be the Senior Social beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the
fellowship hall. There will be gifts for all and we are asking
everyone who plans to attend to bring some kind of finger foods,
desserts or salads. We expect a good turnout and lots of fun for our
seniors.
Our Vacation Bible School will begin July 16th going through
July 21st. If you are able to teach a class, work with crafts, help in
the kitchen or just whatever you can do, please contact Sis. Cheryl
Lord. Cheryl does such a wonderful job directing our VBS and she
still needs a few teachers. Let her know if you can help in any way.
Remember this week to pray for someone in need, invite a
friend or relative to Sunday School and Church with you, and put
forth every effort to be in Sunday School next week. We have
some great teachers and classes for all ages. We'd love to have
you. God will bless you for it.
We want to let our visitors know what a blessing they are to us
and how much we love them. If you're looking for a church home,
we invite you to share ours and if you are just passing through we
invite you back anytime.
May God bless each and every one of you this week and keep
you safe, healthy, and happy. We'll be looking for you next week.


New Material
Designed For
Vacation Bible
School
Rock Sink Baptist Church
invites you to "Celebrate
Creation" with us July 10 14.
These unique and exciting
lessons have been written and
developed by church members
Anna Allen and Dottie
Cranford. Children, of all ages .
will benefit from these bible-
based lessons about God's
wonderful creation.
We will begin each
evening at 5:30 with a meal for
everyone provided by the
church. Actual VBS begins at
6:15 in our sanctuary followed
by classes for the children.
These classes include Bible
stories, music, crafts, and
recreation. Special events
include a petting zoo, water
play, light play, and The
Awesome Science Station. We
will conclude at 9:00 back in
the sanctuary.
Adults will also have an
exciting class a time of
special enrichment with fun
and fellowship. You will be
helpers this week.
For further information call
our church office at 352-542-
9488.


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Behold The Tabernacle Of God
Rev. 21:3
In (at) the Last Trump.
I Corinthians 15:52 In a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at (in) the last
trump: for the trumpet shall sound, and the dead shall be raised incorruptible, and
we shall be changed.
Trumpets are blown in wars, and have different meanings in the ways they are
blown.
Revelation 8:2 And I saw the seven angels which stood before God; and to
them were given seven trumpets.
There are seven trumpets mentioned here and it would take too long to relate
all seven trumpets for they could go back to before the Roman empire became
divided into two parts, eastern and western. But let us study the last trump, because
this is in our day.
Some people, because of the wrong teachings carried over from the dark ages
and because of the veil of the carnal mind, think that the trumpet of God is a metal
hom that will sound in the sky to awaken the dead bodies. But, the trumpet of God
is the voice of God's man (messenger) going out to people who are dead in sin and
trespasses.
Revelation 8:1 And when he had opened the seventh seal, there was silence in
heaven about the space of half an hour.
We have not only the last trump but also the last seal. The word "seal" means
completion. The seventh seal is the last one. The climax of the ages has come. The
focal hour of God's purpose has come. All ages have come to a focus into one age.
This is the day of the fullness of the times. The ends of the ages have come upon us.
Revelation 10:6 (the angel lifted up his hand to heaven) And sware by him that
liveth for ever and ever, who created heaven, and the things that therein'are, and the
earth, and the things that therein are, and the sea, and the things which are therein,
that there should be time no longer.
And time for God's army to be trained will be no longer, because they will
have come to the statue of a full grown soldier, proficient in the skills of warfare,
able to pull down strongholds and battle with the powers of the air. They are now
complete in Him.
Matthew 24:31 And he shall send his angels with a great sound of a trumpet,
and they shall gather together his elect from the four winds, from one end of heaven
to the other.
We are in the day of the seventh angel. The word "angel" means messenger; so
God shall send His angels (messengers) with a great sound of a trumpet and they
shall gather together His elect. Now, the scripture does not say that He sent them
with a trumpet, but with a great sound of a trumpet. The messengers are the trumpet
that make the great sound. You and I, if we are called and then chosen and sent, are
His trumpeting messengers.
Church is what we now term the body of Christ. The book of Revelation is a
continuation of the book of Acts and we could, say that it is the acts and doings of
the Church until time should be no longer.
In the book of Revelation, the body of Christ is not called Church anymore, but
other names are given unto them: elders, living ones, horsemen, angels, bride of
Christ, kings, priests, etc. And also we can understand what a trumpet means, not in
its literal sense or earthly name, but by its heavenly name.
2 Corinthians 5:16 Wherefore henceforth know we no man after the flesh: yea,
though we have known Christ after the flesh, yet now henceforth know we him no
more.
We have to know Christ in His heavenly body today.

Gospel Concert
There will be a Gospel Post Convention and Fan Awards on
July 8th, 2006 from 6 10 p.m. at the Bell High School
Auditorium. Admission is free. For more information call 352-463-
2481 or 352-463-0312. A free-will love offering will be received
during the concert.


SHola, Amigos!


Come to our Fiesta,
where kids are fired up
about Jesus!


Get ready for an exciting
celebration of Jesus love
filled with lively mariachi
bands, colorful folklorico
costumes, spicy chili
peppers, and warm
friends.


You II enjoy Bible Point Crafts and exciting

games, experience thrilling Bible stories,

^sample tasty snacks, and hear 1

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Location: LYDIA BAPTIST CHURCH



Fiesta will last: JUNE 26 JUNE 30


Fiesta fun begins at: 9:00 A.M.



Fiesta fun ends at: 12:15 P.M.



For more information, call: 498-3708 -


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DIXIE COUNTY ADVOCATE, CROSS CITY, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 2006


Clam It Up at Cedar Key's
CLAMERICA Celebration
on 4th of July
A Celebration of Cedar Key Farm-Raised Clams


Front Porch Music July 1st
Providence Ministries of Otter Springs RV Resort
Presents: 1st Saturday Front Porch Music
Saturday, July 1st @ 7 p.m.
Covered Dish Dinner
Christian Fellowship
Non-Denominational
Featuring: BUCK LEWIS & THE BROKEN STONES
Also performing: PROVIDENCE GOSPEL GROUP
To reach Otter Springs from HWY 26, turn north on CR 232 and
then left on SW 70th St.
The entrance is one mile on the right.
For more information, call Trish Keene at 352-463-0800
1-800-883-9107


Co-Ed & Mens' Softball League
Suwannee Valley Leagues, Inc., in Gilchrist County will be
starting league play July 10th, at McArthur Park. Team fees to play
in the league will be $300.00 per team. All teams have to be
registered by July 7th and team fee to be paid before your first
game.
The CO-ED league will be a 7-3 combination, 3 ladies or more
on the playing field at all times. The league will play by ASA
Rules and use 44.core balls.
All teams are welcome to come and play in a recreation league
that is designed for fun. No team uniforms are required. All players
have to be 18 years of age or older to participate in the league.
If you have any questions please call Cloud Haley at 352-284--
0668.


Pictured above is a shot taken during last year's Golf Cart Parade held at
the CLAMERICA.
Cedar Key, Florida will be exploding this Tuesday, July 4th
when the 3rd annual CLAMERICA Celebration brings thousands
of clam lovers to this island community to enjoy their sweet and
savory farm-raised clams. Sponsored by the Cedar Key
Aquaculture Association, the day will be filled with fun, food and
events for the whole family from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. so bring your
blankets and lawn chairs and relax.
Cedar Key, located on Florida's west coast, is a leading
producer of farm-raised clams in the United States with over 100
million clams harvested annually from the inshore waters
surrounding the keys. This festival is an opportunity to celebrate
the new industry, as well as the country's birthday. Cedar Key
farm-raised clams are featured on the menu and will be served in a
variety of ways by community organizations. There will be
steamed clams, clams-on-the-half-shell, clam chowder, clam
fritters and fried clam strips for all of you clam lovers. Other local
seafood served will include grouper sandwiches and fried shrimp.
For the landlubbers, there will be hamburgers, hot dogs, corn-on-
the-cob, watermelon, root beer floats, ice cream, and more.
The festival will open with a children's bicycle parade and flag
raising ceremony by the Tri-County Marine Corps League.
CLAMANIA events will be held throughout the day all of which
are free. Prizes abound for clam bag races, a clam harvest hunt,
clam raceways, guess the clam count, clam lease (greased) pole,
and a host of other children's activities. The 3nd annual Cultured
Clam Cook-off, which will showcase a variety of clam recipes
including local favorites, will begin at 12:30 PM along with clam
cooking and shucking demonstrations. New events this year are the
Cedar Key News kayak races, starting at 2 PM on the beach, a
Sand & Shell Sculpturing contest, and a Chuck-a-Mullet throw.
Continuous live music in the park will be provided by The Philman
Family, Used Blues, Cajunr Dave, Neil Lofgren, and Anna White
and the ClamiJanmm' Band.
For more information contact Leslie Sturmer at the UF/IFAS
Shellfish Aquaculture Extension Program at (352) 543-5057. At
dusk, the City of Cedar Key will host the fireworks display. Come
clam out in Cedar Key!

Commercial Deep-Water

Grouper Fishery Set To

Close In Gulf Waters
The commercial fishery for deep-water grouper in federal and
state waters in the Gulf of Mexico will close on June 27 and
remain closed until the end of the year. The National Marine
Fisheries Service (NMFS) has determined this fishery, which
includes misty grouper, snowy grouper, yellowedge grouper,
Warsaw grouper and speckled hind, will reach its available annual
harvest quota of 1.02 million pounds on June 26.
Federal regulations require NMFS to close the commercial
deep-water grouper fishery harvest in gulf federal waters when the
annual commercial quota is reached. Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission rules also prohibit commercial harvest
of these species in state waters when adjacent federal waters are
closed to such harvest.
The commercial harvest of deep-water grouper is prohibited in
gulf state and federal waters from 12:01 a.m., local time, on June
27 until 12:01 a.m., local time, on Jan. 1.

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covered with mud, sand, & soot. She's motherhood dragging
a doll by the foot. She's a composite picture of giggles & tears.
Of tantrums, excitement, amusement & fears. A bundle of
mischief and often a tease. A creature of moods not easy to
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Notice of Second Public Hearing And Advisory Council Meeting

The Dixie County Commission is applying to the Florida Department of Community
Affairs (DCA) for a grant under the Housing Revitalization category in the amount of
$750,000 under the Florida 2006-07 Small Cities Community Development Block Grant(CDBG)
Program. For each activity that is proposed, at least 70% of the funds must benefit low
and moderate income (LMI) persons. The activities, dollar amounts and estimated
percentage benefit to low and moderate income persons for which the County is applying
are:


LOCATION:


ACTIVITY BUDGET
(Approximate)
Housing Rehabilitation........... $628,500
Temporary Relocation............. $9,000
Administration................... $112,500

TOTAL BUDGET................ $750,000


County-Wide


LMI%

100%
100%
N/A


The Dixie County Commission plans to minimize displacement of persons
as a result of planned CDBG funded activities in the following manner:

The Dixie County Commission has adopted an Anti-Displacement Policy which
provides well defined procedures concerning potential displaced persons. No


permanent volunta
ry o pated for this


project.

If any persons are displaced as a result of these planned activities,
the County will assist such persons in the following manner:

No displacement is anticipated.

A public hearing to provide citizens an opportunity to comment on the application
will be held at the Dixie County Courthouse, 401 N. Cedar Street, Cross City, FL, on
Thursday, July 6, 2006, at 11 a.m. A draft copy of parts of the application will be
available for review at that time. A final copy of the application will be made
available at the Dixie County Courthouse, Commission's Office, on Monday through Friday
between the hours of 9 a.m. 5 p.m. no more than five days after July 6, 2006. The
application will be submitted to DCA on or before July 21, 2006 (or later if the
application deadline is extended). To obtain additional information concerning the
application and the public hearing contact Ms. Denise Lytle, Administrative Assistant, at
401 N. Cedar Street; (P.O. Box 2600) Cross City, FL, (32628) or by telephoning 352-498-
1206.

The public hearing is being conducted in a handicapped accessible location. Any
handicapped person'requiring an interpreter for the hearing impaired or the visually
impaired should contact Denise Lytle at least five calendar days prior to the meeting and
an interpreter will be provided. Any non-English speaking person wishing to attend the
public hearing should also contact Ms. Lytle. To access a Telecommunication Device for
Deaf Person (TDD) please call 498-1206.

The Citizen Advisory Task Force for this project will meet on June 29, 2006 at 12
noon at the Dixie County Courthouse.

Pursuant to Section 102 of the HUD Reform Act of 1989, the following disclosures
will be submitted to DCA with the application. The disclosures will be made available by
the Dixie County Commission and DCA for public inspection upon request. These disclosures
will be available on and after the date of submission of the application and shall
continue to be available for a minimum period of five years.
1. Other government (federal, state and local) assistance to the
project in the form of a gift, grant, loan, guarantee, insurance
payment, rebate, subsidy, credit, tax benefit, or any other form
of direct or indirect benefit by source and amount;

2. The identities and pecuniary interests of all developers,
contractors, or consultants involved in the application for
assistance or in the planning or development of the project or
activity;

3. The identities and pecuniary interests of any other persons with
pecuniary interest in the project that can reasonably be expected
to exceed $50,000 or 10% of the grant request (whichever is lower);

4. For those developers, contractors, consultants, property owners,
or others listed in two (2) or three (3) above which are
corporations, or other entities, the identifications and
pecuniary interests by corporation or entity of each officer,
director, principal stock holder, or other official of the
entity;

5. The expected source of all funds to be provided to the project by
each of the providers of those funds and the amount provided; and

6. The expected uses of all funds by activity and amount.

A FAIR HOUSING/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/HANDICAPPED ACCESSIBLE JURISDICTION


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DIXIE COUNTY ADVOCATE, CROSS CITY, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 2006


Shrine Fishing Tournament

A Huge Success!


Trisha Fisher, left and Trey Sanchez tied in catching the largest
bass (2 lbs. 12 ozs.) in the tournament Blayize Herring caught
the largest trash fish. (7 lbs. 7 ozs.) mud fish. Photo by Anna
Wild.


9-8 YEAR ANGLERS were excited to be involved in the Kid's Fishing Tournament. From
left, Jarrett Cannon, Christopher Fisher, Kade Langford and Trey Sanchez. Jarrett Cannon
recorded the largest bream in this division with an lloz. catch. Photo by Anna Wild.


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Ryan Thomas was the proud winner of the Motor Guide trolling
motor. He is shown with Suwannee River Shrine Club President
Nobel Glen Mitchell and Chief Raban of Morocco Temple,
B Jacksonville, Noble Bill Rouse presented all of the awards in the


THESE 9-12 YEAR OLD ANGLERS were pleased to catch lots of fish in the Gold Hook
,'Fishing Tournament. Kneeling from left, Kelvin Rosado, Ryan Thomas, and Nathan Wild.
4.Standing from left, Sarah Baker, Peter Barieteau, Allie Long and Mill Lang. Photo by Anna
Wild.


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These 13-16 YEAR OLD YOUNG PEOPLE had a great time fishing in the Shrine Kid's
Fishing Tournament Pictured kneeling from left: Trisha Fisher, Blayize Herring, Dylan
Mason, Christen Trail and Jonathan Wilson. Standing from left, Austin Branning, Kyle
Brown, Justin Bryant, Will Carver, Kelby Trail and Kirby Davis. Photo By Anna Wild.
4<


SSeniors: Use Direct Deposit To
*Protect Your Money And Identity


(NAPS)-What if someone
stole the monthly check you
depend on? How would you
survive?
Each month about 12 mil-
-' lion Social Security and other
federal benefit checks are
; mailed, many of them to
senior citizens: Criminals
,Z know when these checks
\ arrive in mailboxes. They also
know that each month most
seniors venture out to cash
or deposit their checks.
But seniors can outsmart
them.
'"'These days, it is imperative
* that seniors arm themselves
With information and practi-
cal safeguards to keep their
monthly income safe," said Al
.Lenhardt, president and CEO


of the National Crime Pre-
vention Council, a leader in,
senior fraud prevention.
What can seniors do to pro-
tect themselves against finan-
cial crimes? Often, it's as sim-
ple as signing up for direct
deposit. During National
Safety Month in June and
throughout the year, the U.S.
Department of the Treasury
and the National Crime
Prevention Council are urg-
ing people who receive Social
Security and other federal
benefits to sign up for direct
deposit and avoid becoming
a victim of identity theft, fraud
or robbery.
According to the Feder:il
Trade Commission, nearly 25
million Americans (11.2 per-


cent of the adult population)
experience consumer fraud
each year. Criminals and con
artists often develop scams
that target seniors, making
them a vulnerable population.
"One individual was get-
ting his check stolen several
times, sometimes by his own
family," said Sgt. Vince
Higgins, a public information
officer with the Memphis
Police Department who works
closely with seniors. "Now
that he's signed up for direct
deposit, he's happy, he's con-
fident-he's no longer wor-
ried about where his money
is or who's got his money. It's
safe iTn his bank account."

"Take A Bite Out Of Crime."
Visit www.ncpc.org for more
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tournament.

This Suwannee River
Shrine Club Gold Hook Award
Kids Fishing Tournament had
to be one for the record. If you
were anywhere near the river
on Saturday around 10:00 a.m.,
you understand completely.
Thunder, lightning and a lot of
rain were the only things you
could see at a glance, out
across the water. Our young
fishers and their partners were
so dedicated or determined to
catch a fish that they were in
and out hiding under trees,
running to their truck or
wrapping in a towel. Everyone
knew that. in just a minute this
shower would pass and they
could all get back to the
business at hand-FISHING!!!
Well weren't we all surprised,
it was still raining after all
boats were loaded and
continued to rain during weigh
in.
When Noble Sam
Ferguson, Tournament
Chairman passed away in
April 2006, Noble Lloyd
Landrum stepped up and
volunteered to make sure this
tournament would take place
as if we never skipped a beat.
With added helping hands
from Noble Bobby Heath,
SRSC Treasurer, they did
exactly that. I will forever be
grateful to these two men as
well as many other Nobles of
the club and their ladies for
making this tournament the
Shriners next best. Sam would
have been so pleased. There is
pride shown through the eyes
of the Suwannee River Shrine
Nobles each year as they
collect donations in this fund-
raiser for The Shrine Children
Hospitals for crippled and
burned children, ages birth
through 18 years old. This
fund-raiser will total over
$12,000.00 and all profits will
be sent directly to the hospital
fund. This could not take
place each year without the
support from businesses, other
organizations and individuals
throughout Bell, Bronson,
Chiefland, Cross City,
Gainesville, Old Town,
Trenton and Williston.
As every year in the past,
Florida Wildlife Commission
joined us again for this event.
They assist to insure everyone
that all rules and regulations
are followed throughout the
weigh-in of so many fish.
Noble Lloyd stepped back and
allowed Jordan Hilliard (Sam's
nephew) of Bell to stand in his
uncles place to assist Officer
Jeff Swan of FWC and Noble


President Glen Mitchell weigh
almost 300 lbs of pure fish.
Again, Thank you Noble
Lloyd. The fish weighed
anywhere from 1 oz to 71bs-
7oz.
It was very interesting to watch
weigh-in. These three men
would fight with the largest
and chase the smallest on their
knees in the rain making sure
that every slimy fish made it to
the scale. Our young fishers
stood by very patiently wiping
the rain to see the scale as it
would total their catch and
then step back to ask just to
make sure that was right. Then
they would quickly run down
the bank to release their catch.
The River didn't lose much this
year because most bass and
bream were returned to the
beautiful Suwannee. How cool
is that?
Every child with their
parents holding cameras
waited in the rain for all
calculations because following
that would be the presentation
of that big trophy on display
and someone would get to take
home a brand new (still in the
box) trolling motor.
Chief Raban-Noble Bill
Rouse (entered his grandson in
tournament), Assistant Raban-
Noble Tom Lumpkin and 2nd
Ceremonial Master-Noble
Luke Baker (entered his
daughter in the tournament)
came in from Jacksonville to
participate .in the tournament
and assist in presenting the
awards. A Zebco 202 rod-n-


A Hooray For High-Velocity
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reel, with tackle and a-
participant's trophy was
presented to each young:
participant as well as the
additional trophies listed in
this article.
As the tournament ended
and my eyes filled with tears
of missing Sam the rain
quickly washed them away as
a smile came to life realizing
with everyone's help I had
assisted in finishing one of
Sam's many projects/activities.
Sam's heart was always with
the kids, whether it be
collecting donations, working
a fund-raiser, buying
Christmas gifts, having parties,
visiting them in their home or
meeting them for the first time
to fill-out that initial
application to become a shrine
child. Whatever the reason,
Sam believed he wore a fez
and became a SHRINER to do
just that!
I thank you all for
allowing me the opportunity to
be a part of Sam's last fishing
tournament and for making it
OUR BEST YET!


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last week 5,482 and 9,125 a year ago. According to the Florida Federal-'
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cows and bulls were mostly steady, feeder steers and heifers under 400 lbs
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Pictured above Dixie County High School Principal Charlotte Lord
.(left) accepts the 2006 Golden School Volunteer Award from
.Superintendent Dennis W. Bennett. DCHS received this award due to
their volunteer hours for the 2005-2006 school year exceeding the
number of students; surpassing the other schools volunteer hours.
Congratulations! I/ m -.


American

Legionaries

:News
"For God and Country we
associate ourselves together for the
following purposes: among others, To
Foster and Perpetuate a one hundred
'percent Americanism; and To
Consecrate and Sanctify Our
Comradeship by Our Devotion to
Mutual Helpfulness". These words
from the Preamble of the American
Legion Constitution are part of the
reason for the American Legion. In
-tiany of the Legion Posts across our
.Country, there are certain men and
women veterans that work tirelessly
for the ideals put, forth in the Legion
"Constitution and those people are the
*backbone of this organization. These
veterans and families are the non-paid
,volunteers that devote time and efforts
to the programs of the American
Legion Family, trying to educate our
young people about our flag and
respect for it and for our veterans and
soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines,
on duty all over this world, standing up
for our Freedoms here in America, as
well as programs for our veterans, their
families and our communities.
Not everyone is destined for
service in the Armed Forces, but
everyone should recognize that
without a strong Armed Force, we
could not enjoy the life we have
today. This Freedom was 'purchased'
through the efforts of American men
andi'women, willing (and sometimes
'iunwilling, but ready) to defend our
Nation, sometimes at great peril to
themselves, even death, so others
would not have to do the same.
>America needs to remember these
-veterans who answered our Country's
call to arms, to remember the sacrifices
these veterans made to protect what we
have in this Nation, this Freedom so
coveted by so many in the world, that
they would risk their lives just to come
'here.
- .; Some of these foreigners have so
loved the freedoms in America that
they have joined the Armed Forces to
d'erve their new Country and continue
St preserve our Freedoms. These
."new" Americans know the difference
.of Freedom in America, a difference
that many, growing up in America,
,6ften take for granted. Those that have
.'traveled throughout the world can
,recognize some of these differences
.;iom country to country and those in
the military service have seen
these differences much closer.
All of this," to say, Support our
,Armed Forces. You may not support
the war, but stand behind the young
men and women that are "in the
trenches" and standing by to defend
"YOUR Freedoms, here in America,
and 'are exporting those freedoms
,.around the world, for others to enjoy.
The men and women in our local
'American Legion Posts and Auxiliary
'Uniits are doing a lot for our
community, our veterans and our
)Nation. Won't you consider either
comingig more active in your local
Jost and encouraging other veterans
and their families to join in with the
Legion Famik and continue to serve
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Our water system recently violated a drinking water standard, Although this is not an emergency, as our customers, you have a right to know
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Ruth Rains

Middle School

2005-2006

Awards
8h" Grade Award List 05-06
Perfect Attendance
Calebe Fanning
Markell Harris
Julio Martinez-Morgado
Holly Brigman 2" Cons. Yr
Student of the Month
Jarvis George
Megan Shaw
Chad Allen
Samantha Ealum
Robin Mingo
Shaina Downing
Krystal Bowling
Markell Harris
Merit Award
Jennifer Allen Spelling Bee
Jacob Manos Spelling Bee
Audrey Moore Spelling Bee
Kayleen Byrd Attendance Asst.
Shaina Downing Read 180
Robin Mingo Read 180
Brittany Collins Read 180
Katie Carlton Behavior & Academics
Brittany Collins Academics
Katie Carlton Good Conduct
Kara Jenkins Academics
Krystal Bowling Academics
RRMS Superstar
Holly Brigman
Character No Discinlinep for 3
years
Jessilen Beckham
Holly Brigman
Kayleen Byrd
Courtney Daniels
Olivia Edmonds
Jarvis George
David Hallas
Lisa Harris
Seanna Hysmith
Cassie Land
Ashley Long
Duane Lord
Julio Martinez-Morgado
Cody Morgan
Destinee Napier
Danielle Pinner
Kyle Skelly
Samantha Smith
Kimberly Thisse
Chris Turner
A Honor Roll
Charla Fowler
Brett Sullivan
A-B Honor Roll
Jennifer Allen
Jessilen Beckham
Holly Brigman
Selena Burbach
Brittany Collins
Olivia Edmonds
Kameron Keen
TJ Weaver
Ric Whittington
Shantela Williams
Citizenship
Ashleigh Fragale
Kimberly Thisse
Olivia Edmonds
Jacob Manos
Kameron Keen
Cassie Land
Jessilen Beckham
K)le Skell)
klara Jenkins
Ashley Long
Brandy Owens
Ric Whittington
Holly Brigman
Brittany Collins
Samantha Ealum
Science Fair
Honorable Mention:
Jennifer Allen
Jessilen Beckham
Charla Fowler
Ashleigh Fragale
Megan Hunt
Shauna Hysmith
Cameron Paige
Cody Spurlin
Kimberly Thisse
Scott Thrift
3Yd Place
Jenna Coe
2"d Place
Ashley Long
1. Place
Megan Shaw
Best of Fair
Jeremy Bell
Accelerated Reader Ton Winners
Audrey Moore Highest Pts 290.4
Maggie Jacobs 2" Highest Pts 257.7
Students Workine & Teachine
(Florida Writes Tutorine)
Charia Fowler
Cassie Land
Danielle Pinner
Jessilen Beckham
Jennifer Allen
Shantela Williams
Jacob Manos
Kameron Keen
Audrey Moore
Megan Hunt
Cody Spurlin
Victoria Naughton
Victoria Ray
Brittany Gaddis
Jenna Coe
Whitley Butler
'Drama
Kayleen Byrd
Dylaina Ducksworth
Megan Shaw
Samantha Smith
Football
Travis Pierce
Stephen Godbolt
Chris Blacketer
Kameron Keen
James Colson
Brett Sullivan
Eddie Brownell
Kyle Skelly
Justin Gabino
Joey, Femer


Michael Burdette
ICody Morgan
Cole Sansom
Jared Corbin
:Ryan Tompkins
Zach Lashley
Daniel Bannister
Brett Ward
Scott Thrift
Markell Harris
Cody Wilkerson
Cody Spurlin
Ric Whittington
Anthony Barre
Ralph Dixon,
Volleyball
Jessilen Beckham
Jenna Coe
Charla Fowler
Jessica Hatch
Cassie Land


Malena Rollison
Girls Basketball
Jalycia Walker
Rocky Mitchem
Robin Mingo
Brittany Collins
Jenna Coe
Megan Hunt Manager
Boys Basketball
Chris Blacketer
Markell Harris
Jayson Dillon
Kyle Skelly
Softball
Jessilen Beckham
Jenna Coe
Charla Fowler
Megan Hunt
Cassie Land
Malena Rollison
Baseball
Chris Blacketer
Cody Spurlin
Eddie Brownell
Duane Lord
Kyle Skelly
Brett Sullivan
Ric Whittington
Cheerleader
Megan Hunt
Dylaina Ducksworth
Kayleen Byrd
Victoria Ray
Ashleigh Fragale
Whitley Butler
Brittany Coody
Haley Edgell
Ashley Long
Jenna Adams
Intramural Track Winner
Boys 40 Yd Dash 1" Place Markell
Harris
Boys 40 Yd Dash 2"" Place Kameron
Keen
Boys 40 Yd Dash 3" Place Michael
Burdette
Girls 40 Yd Dash I' Place Rocky
Mitchem
Girls 40 Yd Dash 2"" Place Lindsey
Hall
Girls 40 Yd Dash 3"d Place Jalycia
Walker
Boys 100 Yd Dash 1" Place Markell
Harris
Boys 100 Yd Dash 2"" Place Kameron
Keen I
Boys 100 Yd Dash 3" Place Travis
Pierce i
Girls 100 Yd Dash I" Place Rocky
Mitchem
Girls 100 Yd Dash 2nd Place Jessica
Hatch
Girls 100Yd Dash 3" Place Jalycia
Walker
Boys 220 1" Place Markell Harris
Boys 220 2" Place Scott Thrift
Boys 220 3rd Place Travis Pierce
Girls 220 1" Place Jessica Hatch
Girls 220 2"' Place Lindsey Hall
Girls 220 3"' Place Rocky Mitchem
Boys 440 1' Place Brett Sullivan
Boys 440 2" Place Scott Thrift
Boys 440 3"d Place Timothy Windier
Girls 440 1" Place Jessica Hatch
Girls 440 2"d Place Lindsey Hall
Girls 440 3rd Place Samantha Smith
Boys 880 1" Place Cameron Paige
Boys 880 2"" Place Travis Pierce
Boys 880 3d Place Brett Ward
Girls 880 1" Place Katie Naughton
Boys Mile 1" Place Brett Sullivan
Boys Mile 2"d Place Timothy Windier
Boys Mile 3"' Place- Travis Pierce
Girls Mile 1' Place Jessica Hatch
Girls Mile 2"" Place Rocky Mitchem
Girls Mile 3"d Place Christina Wright
Boys Mile Relay "' Place James
Colson, Timothy Windier, Eddie
Brownell, Hank Williams
Boys Mile Relay 2"nd Place Jayson
Dillon, Joey Femer, Ric Whittington,
Stephen Godbolt
Boys Mile Relay 3" Place Cody
Wilkerson, Ralph Dixon, Travis Pierce
Girls Mile Relay I"` Place Lindsey
Hall, Jessica Hatch, Selena Burbach,
Samantha Smith
Girls Mile Relay 2"d Place Brittany
Weaver, Christina Wright, Stephanie
Randall
Boys 880 Relay 1' Place Kameron
Keen, Brett Ward, Brett Sullivan
Boys 880 Relay 2"d Place Scott Thrift,
Tradley Thompson, Cameron Paige,
Ryan Tompkins
Boys 880 Relay 3rd Place Cody
Wilkeron, Ralph Dixon, Travis Pierce
Girls 880 Relay I' Place Jessica
Hatch, Selena Burbach, Samantha
Smith, Lindsey Hall
Girls 880 Relay 2"' Place Ashleigh
Fragale, Malena Rollison, Jalycia
Walker
Girls 880 Relay 3'Y Place Brittany
Weaver, Megan Hunt, Jenna Coe,
Christina Wright
Boys Shot Put I" Place Anthony
Barre
Boys Shot Put 2"' Place Kameron
Keen
Boys Shot Put 3"' Place Hank
Williams
Girls Shot Put 1" Place Cassie Land
Girls Shot Put 2"' Place Brittany
Collins
Girls Shot Put 3" Place Jessica Hatch
Overall School Track Winner
Boys 880 Relay 1" Place Kameron
Keen, Brett Sullivan, Brett Ward,
Travis Pierce
Boys Mile Relay 1" Place Kameron
Keen, Eddie Brownell, Timpthy
Winder, James Colson
Boys Mile Run 1" Place Brett
Sullivan
Boys 40 Yd Dash 1" Place Markell
Harris
Girls 40 Yd Dash 1" Place Lindsey
Hall
Boys Shot Put I" Place- Kameron
Keen
Girls Shot Put 1" Place.- Cassie Land
Boys 220 1"' Place Travis Pierce
Girls 220 1" Place Lindsey Hall


.Boys 440 1" Place Brett Sullivan
Girls 440 1" Place Jessica Hatch
Boys 100 Yd Dash I" Place Kameron
Keen
Girls 100 Yd Dash I" Place Jaylcia
Walker
National Fitness
Selena Burbach
Brittany Coody
Ashleigh Fragale
Megan Hunt
Rocky Mitchemn
Katie Naughton
Victoria Naughton
Samantha Smith
Brittany Weaver
Christina Wright
Gerald Abrams
Eddie Brownell
Kristian Corbin
Jayson Dillon
Cameron Paige
Travis Pierce
Kyle Skelly


Scott Thrift
Presidential Fitness
Brett Sullivan 2"d Year
Brett Ward 3"' Year
Jessica Hatch 5"' Year
Archery
Rocky Mitchem Highest Score 8'h
grade 218 points
Christina Wright 3"' pd Champ 147
points
Olivia Edmonds 4"' pd Champ 139
points
Chelsea Karlsen 51h pd Champ 130
points
Charla Fowler 61h pd Champ 151
points
Ruth Rains Middle School
7th Grade Award List 05-06
Perfect Attendance
Kaitlyn Ganus
Richard Wattenbarger
Courtney Moss 2"" Cons. Yr
Student of the Month
Brittany Pinner
Nicholas Bailey
Courtney Allen
Jonathen Andews
Kelsey VanAemam
Scan Liles
Lee Goodson IV
Lakeisha Hall
Merit Award
Dustin Payton Spelling Bee
Lee Goodson IV Spelling Bee
Danielle Eatmon Read 180,
Trent Kline Read 180
Everett Quesenberry Read 180
Trent Kline Behavior & Academics
RRMS Superstar
Kelsey VanAemam
A Honor Roll
Kaitlyn Ganus
Lindsey Locke
Jamie Lyles
Ariel Neiss
Brittany Pinner
Hillary Thornton
A-B Honor Roll
Ada Alcom-Hatcher
Courtney Allen
Caysi Dey
Shawna Evans
Lee Goodson, IV
Galen Hill
Tyler Johnson
Sean Liles
Megan Martin
Kirby Roberts
Reggie Thomas
Erik Schlusemeyer
Colleen Shaw
David Sheheane
Wayne Shreve
Nathan Singleton
Meriah Stewart
Kelsey VanAemamn
Amber Weber
Kayla Weeks
Albert Yarrell
Citizenship
Ada Alcom-Hatcher
Galen Hill
Lindsey Locke
Jamie Lyles
Ariel Neiss
Nathan Singleton
Hillary Thornton
Amber Weber
Albert Yarrell
Annie Bryant
Courtney Rubin
Science Fair
Honorable Mention:
Shelbi Downing
Ashley Hindsley
Tyler Johnson
Derrick Maynard
Ariel Neiss
Brittany Pinner
Tammie Osteen
Sabrina Tomlinson
Rosemary Wetzel

Lindsey Locke
2"d Place
Caysi Dey
1 Place
Ashley Carter
Runner-Up Best of Fair
Hillary Thornton
Beta Officer
Matthew Kautzer President
Lee Goodson, IV Vice President
Shawna Evans Secretary
Courtney Allen Treasurer
Mikel Jerrells Historian
Accelerated Reader
Amanda Lively Overall Highest Pts
401.4
Rachel Griffis 2"" Highest Pts 281.3
Drama
Kaitlyn Bischoff
Danielle Eatmon
Shannon Jennings
Ariel Neiss
Hillary Thornton
Football
Kirby Roberts
Jordan Philmon
Zachary Meekins
Erik Schlusemeyer
Frank Denney
Austin Peacock
Finnex Jackson
Hunter Higginbotham
Logan Hodge
Colman Davis
David Sheheane
Mikel Jerrells
Tyler Blacketer
Anthony Fragale
Galen Hill

Courtney Allen
Ashley Carter
Caysi Dey
Brittany Pinner
Kelsey VanAemam
Kayla Weeks
Lindsey Locke Manager
Lacy O'Steen Manager
Shelby Whiddon- Manager
Girls Basketball
Danielle Taylor
Laytonya Harris
Jada Sprawling
Tekeyah Clark


Boys Basketball
Wayne Shreve
John Lubin
Shea Eldridge
Lee Goodson
Nathan Singleton
Softball
Courtney Allen
Caysi Dey
Shawna Evans
Lindsey Locke
Brittany Pinner
Kelsey VanAemam
Kayla Weeks
Baseball
Ridge Coe
Shea Eldridge
Lee Goodson IV
Galen Hill
John Morgan Lord
Jordan Philmon


Kirby Roberts
Nathan Singleton
Cheerleader
Danielle Taylor
Lakeisha Hall
Samantha Fowler
Shawna Evans
Shannon Jennings
Tammie Osteen
Laytonya Harris
Shaley Gilbert
Shelbi Downing
Kelsey Gantt
Intramural Track Winner
Boys 40 Yd Dash 1" Place Jordan
Philmon
Boys 40 Yd Dash 2"d Place James
Fleurant
Boys 40 Yd Dash 3"' Place Anthony
Fragale
Girls 40 Yd Dash I" Place Lacy
O'Steen
Girls 40Yd Dash 2"' Place Andria
Bellamy
Girls 40 Yd Dash 3"' Place Ariel
Neiss
Boys 100 Yd Dash I' Place Jordan
Philmon
Boys 100 Yd Dash 2"' Place Anthony
Fragale
Boys 100 Yd Dash 3" Place- Erik
Schlusemeyer
Girls 100 Yd Dash 1" Place Brittany
Pinner
Girls 100 Yd Dash 2"d Place Ariel
Neiss
Girls 100 Yd Dash 3"' Place Andria
Bellamy
Boys 220 1" Place Jordan Philmon
Boys 220 2"nd Place Galen Hill
Boys 220 3,d Place Colman Davis
Girls 220 1" Place Lacy O'Steen
Girls 220 2nd Place Amanda Weaver
Girls 220 3"' Place Meriah Stewart
Boys 440 1" Place Hunter
Higginbotham
Boys 440 2n" Place Jordan Philmon
Boys 440 3"' Place Erik Schlusemeyer
Girls 440 1" Place Amanda Weaver
Girls 440 2"d Place Meriah Stewart
Girls 440 3rd Place Danielle Taylor
Boys 880 1" Place Galen Hill
Boys 880 2" Place Erik Schlusemeyer
Boys 880 3"' Place Hunter
Higginbotham
Girls 880 1" Place Ariel Neiss
Girls 880 2"d Place Meriah Stewart,
Amanda Weaver
Girls 880 3"' Place Stefanie Mann
Boys 880 Relay I" Place James
Comell, Colman Davis, Jordan Philmon
Boys 880 Relay 2nd Place Anthony
Fragale, Blake Dickert, Erik
Schlusemeyer, Hunter Higginbotham
Boys 880 Relay 3"d Place Cyle
Courtney, Cody Carver, James Fleurant,
Nathan Singleton
Girls 880 Relay I" Place Brittany
Pinner, Lindsey Locke, Amber Weber,
Kelsey VanAemam
Girls 880 Relay 2nd Place Shelbi
Downing, Andria Bellamy, Meriah
Stewart, Amanda Weaver
Girls 880 Relay 3rd Place Ashley
Carter, Elisha Henson, Sabrina
Tomlinson, Lacy O'Steen
Boys Mile 1" Place Wayne Shreve
Boys Mile 2"nd Place Lee Goodson IV
Boys Mile 3" Place James Comell
Boys Mile Relay Il Place James
Cornell, Colman Davis, Jordan Philmon
Boys Mile Relay 2"d Place Anthony
Fragale, Blake Dickert, Erik
Schlusemeyer, Hunter Higginbotham
Boys Mile Relay 3"d Place Cyle .
Courtney, Cody Carver, James Fleurant,
Nathan Singleton
Girls Mile 1" Place Brittany Pinner
Girls Mile 2nd Place Lindsey Locke
Girls Mile 3"' Place Amber Weber
Girls Mile Relay 1" Place- Amber
Weber, Kelsey VanAemam, Lindsey
Locke, Kayla Weeks
Boys Shot Put I" Place Colman Davis
Boys Shot Put 2nd Place John Lubin
Boys Shot Put 3" Place Hunter
Higginbotham
Girls Shot Put 1" Place Ariel Neiss
Girls Shot Put 2"d Place Lindsey
Locke, Jamie Lyles
Overall School Track Winner
Girls 880 1st Place Amanda Weaver
Boys 880 1" Place Galen Hill
Girls 880 Relay 1" Place Kelsey
VanAemam, Brittany Pinner, Amber
Weber, Lacy O'Steen
Girls Mile Relay 1" Place Lindsey
Locke, Kayla Weeks, Amber Weber,
Kelsey VanAemam
National Fitness
Courtney Allen
Ashley Carter
Lacy O'Steen
Meriah Stewart
Kelsey VanAemam
Amber Weber
Kayla Weeks
Savanna Wuenstel
Colman Davis
John Lubin
Jordan Philmon
Nathan Singleton
Presidential Fitness
Anthony Fragale
Erik Schlusemeyer
Galen Hill
Lindsey Locke -2"' Yr
Brittany Pinner 5" Yr
Archer,
Kelsey VanAemam Highest Score 7th
grade- 138 points
Brittany Mathieu 2n"' pd Champ 127
points
Ruth Rains Middle School
6th Grade Award List 05-06
Perfect Attendance
Brandon Gaddis
Rachel Henley
Jovante Teague
Student of the Month
Kadejah Aiken
Shawn Spurlin
Brittany Young
Dylan Anderson
Jennifer Butler
Kelby Lamar
Chelsy Cannon


Merit Award
Lina Davis Spelling Bee
Marlene Joyner Read 180
Matthew Westrich Read 180
Amanda Parrish Good Conduct
Hope Privitt Academics
RRMS Superstar
Rachel Henley
A Honor Roll
Ty Ottinger
A-B Honor Roll
Kadejah Aiken
Dylan Anderson
Maury Brown
Tara Browning-Pattengale
Kasey Bush
Jennifer Butler
Chelsy Cannon
' Katie Cannon
Ariel Cassidy
Zeb Christmas


Rachel Henley
Dalton Long
Anna Patterson
Shawn Spurlin
Chelsea Wetzel
Brittany Young
Citizenship
Maury Brown
Katie Cannon
Ariel Cassidy
Zeb Christmas
Sierra Devanie
Alexandria George
Brooke Gokey
Rachel Henley
Shelby Hicks
Jake Huxford
Mason Johnson
Jennifer Jones
Marlene Joyner
Dalton Long
Ashley Martin
Ty Ottinger
Adrian Pasquin
Mackaylin Prentice
Katie Thisse
Chelsea Wetzel
Science Fair
Honorable Mention:
Dylan Anderson
Justin Besterman
Tara Browning-Pattengale
Hailey Carroll
Lina Davis
Kelby Lamar
Dalton Long
Casey Osteen
Kaitlyn Sheets
Shawn Spurlin
3rd Place
Cody Cannon
2"d Place
Mason Johnson
1" Place
Rachel Henley
Hot Air Balloon Winner
1" Place Justin Besterman, Hailey
Carroll, Shelby Rhymes, Brittney
Spigner
2-' Place Resha Johnson, Katelyn
Staley
3'd Place Logan Anderson, Jordan
Fay, Brandon Gaddis, Matthew
Westrich
Accelerated Reader
Chelsy Cannon Highest Pts 130.8
Ashley McIntosh 2nd Highest Pts
101.6
Drama
Tara Browning-Pattengale
Ariel Cassidy
Lina Davis
Sierra Devanie
Shelby Hicks
Resha Johnson
Ashley McIntosh
Intramural Track Winner
Girls 40 Yd Dash I1 Place Kadejah
Aiken
Girls 40 Yd Dash 2nd Place Anna
Patterson
Girls 40 Yd Dash 3rd Place Hailey
Carroll, Brooke Gokey
Boys 40 Yd Dash 1" Place Harley
Burdette
Boys 40 Yd Dash 2"d Place Kelby
Lamar
Boys 40 Yd Dash 3rd Place Logan
Paige
Girls 100 Yd Dash 1" Place Brooke
Gokey
Girls 100 Yd Dash 2nd Place Hailey
Carroll
Girls 100 Yd Dash 3" Place Anna
Patterson
Boys 100 Yd Dash 1" Place Harley
Burdette
Boys 100 Yd Dash 2nd Place Kelby
Lamar
Boys 100 Yd Dash 3"d Place Logan
Paige
Girls 220 1" Place Hailey Carroll
Girls 220 2"d Place Brooke Gokey
Girls 220 3" Place Anna Patterson
Boys 220 1" Place Harley Burdette
Boys 220 2"d Place Dillan Bushway
Boys 220 3" Place Cody Cannon
Girls 440 1" Place Hailey Carroll
Girls 440 2nd Place- Shelby Rhymes
Girls 440 3" Place Kadejah Aiken
Boys 440 1" Place Harley Burdette
Boys 440 2" Place Marcus Windier
Boys 440 3d Place Logan Paige
Girls 880 1' Place Anna Patterson
Girls 880 2nd Place Hailey Carroll
Girls 880 3"' Place Hope Privitt
Boys 880 1"' Place Harley Burdette
Boys 880 2d Place Cody Cannon
Boys 880 3"' Place Raymond Everett
Girls Mile 1'" Place Anna Patterson
Boys Mile 1" Place Cody Cannon
Boys Mile 2nd Place Dylan Anderson
Boys Mile 3"d Place Raymond Everett
Boys Shot Put 1" Place Harley
Burdette
Boys Shot Put 2"d Place Kelby Lamar
Boys Shot Put 3d Place Shawn
Spurlin
Girls Shot Put I" Place Katie Cannon
Girls Shot Put 2"d Place Anna
Patterson
Girls Shot Put 3rd Place Gloria Petty
Girls 880 Relay 1" Place Courtney
Chewning, Anna Patterson
Girls 880 Relay 2"" Place Kayla
Weeks, Hailey Carroll, Theresa
Lehman, Jennifer Jones
Girls 880 Relay 3rd Place Gloria Petty,
Shelby Rhymes, Brittany Young
Boys 880 Relay 1" Place Harley
Burdette, Dillon Bushway, Ty Ottinger
Boys 880 Relay 2" Place Shawn
Spurlin, Raymond Everette, Cody
Cannon, Kelby Lamar
Boys 880 Relay 3"d Place Logan
Paige, John Osteen, Nathan Zeller, Levi
Cox
Boys Mile Relay 1" Place Raymond
Everett, Zeb Christmas, Cody Cannon,
Jordan Fay.
Boys Mile Relay 2n' Place Dalton Orr,
Aaron Kelly, Jake Huxford, Maury
Brown
Boys Mile Relay 3rd Place Logan
Paige, John Osteen, Nathan Zeller, Levi
Cox


Girls Mile Relay 1" Place Brittany
Young, Katie Cannon, Shelby Rhymes,
Gloria Petty
Overall School Track Winner
Girls Mile Run I" Place Anna
Patterson
National Physical Fitness
Tara Browning-Pattengale
Katie Cannon
Brooke Gokey
Anna Patterson
Gloria Petty
Brittney Spigner
Kayla Weeks
Harley Burdette
Raymond Everett
Logan Paige
Marcus Windier
Presidential Fitness
Cody Cannon
Archery
Chelsy Cannon Highest Score 6th


Lake City

Community

College Honors

President's List

and Vice

President's List
LAKE CITY, FLA. LaKe
City Community College
congratulates the following
students for scholastic
achievement for Spring 2006
Semester. The President's list
is those students with a grade
point average of 4.0. The Vice,
President's list is those with 3.5"
or higher and no grade below
C in any course they have
taken. The graduates are listed
by county of residence.
President's List
Dixie
Hicks, Lucas
Walker, Deborah Ganus
Walker, Tonya Smith
Gilchrist
Baird, Jacob Robert
Nault, Jessica Noel
Levy
Sache, Jacob Wesley
Other
Beranek, Tyler James
Mccarthy, Kevin F.
Savoie, Jonathan Bernard
Wright, Sarah Lynn
Vice President's List
Dixie
Beauchamp, Tara
Buchanan, Samantha Lee
Lamb, Lori V.
Mills, Amanda Regina
Gilchrist
Avery, Jason
Brock, Charles Franklin, Iii
Harden, Elizabeth Lynn
Harrison, Natalie Cheri
Jones, Amanda Lee
Jones, Matthew Roy
Nault, Samantha Jo
Neal, Cameron Wayne
Lafayette
James, Laurice
Johnson, Donna M
Other
Biediger, Mary Lauren
Covington, Clarence Christopher -
Crosley, Jonathan Robert
Franzese, Kelly Anne
Monroe, Cody Kincaid
Nunez, Jorge


Dixie County

Public Library

News -
Local
Businesses
Partic oate In
Summer Readinm
Program
Over the summer months
local children have been
treated each Wednesday to
FLYP Summer Reading
Program at the Dixie County
Public Library. Attendance has
been wonderful and everyone
is having a great time!
Each week one lucky
youngster's name is drawn for
a free pizza, complements of
Michael and Janet Bright of
Fox's Pizza. For each five
books the children read, they
get a ticket to fill out and then
that ticket goes into a big.
Fox's Pizza mug. At the end of
the program each Wednesday a
ticket is drawn. Last week's
lucky winner was Emily,
Sellers! Congratulations,
Emily!
Another great business
supporter is Drummond
Community Bank. This .isp"
their third year to sponsor the.i
T-shirts for the summer
program. Wow!
For more information on'
your public library, you can
call 498-1219.


The Thomas

Brothers Jazz

Quartet -

Visual and Performing Arts
at Santa Fe Community,
College will present the
Thomas Brothers Jazz Quartet:
for one night only Wednesday,;
July 26. You're invited to a'
Night of classical jazz at 7:30
p.m. featuring Michael


Thomas on alto sax, Taylor.
Roberts on guitar, Jon Jackson.
on drums, and Gary Thomas
on bass.
This FREE concert will be
held in E Auditorium on the
NW campus at 3000 NW 83rd.
St. Contact Jayne Grant, 395-
5464, for more information.



grade 129 points
Hailey Carroll 1" pd Champ 151
points
12th Grade
A/B Honor Roll
Patricia Guy
Fiona Lamenta


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DIXIE COUNTY ADVOCATE, CROSS CITY, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 2006


Tri-County Marine

Corps League Officers


Tri-County Marine Corps League Officers for 2006-2007 are; First
row L to R. Dennis Hardin, Sr. Vice Harry Hopwood, Commandant,
Casper Mullikin, Jr. Vice, Standing: Chris Christians, Paymaster,
Frank Coddington, Judge Advocate, Bill Cummings, Adjutant and Ted
Henley, Chaplain.
The Marine Corps League meets monthly at the Hardee House
and all former Marines with an honorable discharge are welcomed
to join. For details on joining contact Harry Hopwood at 543-6879.
This marks Hopwood's fourth year as Commandant. Photo by John
Howell.

Log Onto www.dcadvocate.net

for the latest news...


Looking For A

Great Place To

Take Your

Family For The

4th of July?
Come to Otter Springs!
Providence ministries of
Otter Springs presents the
following groups for your
enjoyment on July 4th:
Travis Lewis, "In The
Son", Providence Gospel
Group
Festivities will be held on
the grounds beginning at 11
a.m. Bring a chair, sit back
and enjoy the music &
fellowship. You can also swim
in our springs, fish, hike or
bike.
J-mac's concession will be
here from July 1 4, with lots
of good food.
A daily admission fee
required. Park hrs:
Mon. Sat 8 am 8
pm, Sunday 1 pm 8 pm.
For further information
please call: Trish @352-463-
0800 or' 800-883-9107.


Blueberry Salsa Sparkles With Flavor


(NAPS)-Pepper in fruit
salsa? If you think it sounds
odd, just try this colorful
salsa. Blended with blueber-
ries and other fruit, dashes
of red and black pepper add
just enough heat to kindle a
delicious combination.
Serve this lively flavored
sauce with ice cream and
pound cake, as shown here.
Or try it as a side with smoked
ham, grilled pork chops or
chicken.
Visit www.blueberry.org tor
more nutrition information
and great recipes or send a
stamped, self-addressed enve-
lope to: Blueberry Recipes,
U.S. Highbush Blueberry
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#300, Folsom, CA 95630.

Spicy BumERr-Fmfrr SALsA

4 cups fresh blueberries
16 cups diced mixed fruit

(such as melon, grapes,
pineapple or kiwi)
2 tablespoons sugar
-2 tablespoons lime juice
1 teaspoon grated lime
peel
% teaspoon ground
allspice
% teaspoon ground red
pepper
% teaspoon ground


black pepper
Y teaspoon salt

In a small bowl, combine
blueberries, mixed fruit,
sugar, lime juice, lime peel,
allspice, red and black


peppers and salt. Serve
immediately or refriger-
ate covered, up to 4 hours.
Yield: 5% cups
Per half-cup portion:
55 calories, 0 g fat, 14 g
carbohydrate.


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2005 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report Horseshoe Beach Utilities


We're pleased to present to you this year's Annual Water Quality Report. This report is designed to inform you about! the.
quality water and services we deliver to you every day. Our constant goal is t6 provide you with a safe and dependable supply
of drinking water. We want you to understand the efforts we make to continually improve the water treatment process and
protect our water resources. We are committed to ensuring the quality of your water. Our water source ground water from 2
wells. The wells draw water from the Floridian Aquifer. The treatment required is aeration, coagulation, filtration, and
disinfection with chlorine.
the Department of Environmental Protection has performed.a Source Water Assessment on our system and search of the data
sources indicated no potential sources of contamination near our wells. The, assessment results are a..ailable on the DEP
Source after A.-.e.smeni .and Protection Program website t 1.-.s ,dp itaie fl u, i.app .
If you ha'.e any questions about this report or concerning your after utilir,, please coniac the Cit3 Clerk, Sheila Brown at
(352) 498-3552. We encourage our valued customers to be inlnrmed atoul their a aer uitl.r, If you want to learn more, please
attend any of our regularly scheduled meetings. They are held, on the first Thursday qf each month at 6:00 p.m. at the
Horseshoe Beach City Hall, 5ih Avenue East, Horseshoe Beach, Florida.
Horseshoe Beach Utilities routinely monitors for contaminants in your drinking water according to Federal and State laws,
*rules, and regulations. Except where indicated otherwise, this report is based on the results of our monitoring for the period of
January 1 to December 31, 2005. Data obtained before January 1, 2005 and presented in this report are from the most recent
testing done in accordance with the laws, rules, and regulations.
In the table below, you may find unfamiliar terms and abbreviations. To help you better understand these terms we've provided
the following definitions:
Maximum Contaminant Level or MCL: The highest level of a contaminant that is allowed in drinking water. MCLs are set
as close to the MCLGs as feasible using the best available treatment technology.
Maximum Contaminant Level Goal or MCLG: The level of a contaminant in drinking water below which there is no known
o r expected risk to health. MCLGs allow for a margin of safety.
Action Level (AL): The concentration of a contaminant which, if exceeded, triggers treatment.or other requirements that a
water system must follow.
Treatment Technique (TT): A required process intended to reduce the level of a contaminant in drinking water.
Maximum residual disinfectant level:or MRDL: The highest level of a disinfectant allowed in drinking water. There is
convincing evidence that addition of a disinfectant is necessary for control of microbial contaminants.
Maximum residual disinfectant level goal or MRDLG: The level of a drinking water disinfectant below which there is no
*known or expected risk to health. MRDLGs do not reflect the benefits of the use of disinfectants to control microbial
S'contaminants.
,ND" means not detected and indicates that the substance was not found by laboratory analysis.
Parts per million (ppm) or Milligrams per liter (mg/I) one part by weight of apalyte to I million parts by weight of the
water sample.
Parts per billion (ppb) or Micrograms per liter (pg/I) one part by weight of analyte to I billion parts by weight of the
:water sample.
S.Picocurle per liter (pCI/L) measure of the radioactivity in water.


CONTAMINANTS TABLE
Microbiological Contaminants

Microbiological Contaminants
' Dates of MCL Highes Lkel Source
timnuinantandUaitof[ sampling Vtolation Portkly MCLG,; MCL
Meaaurement mpllg Percentage CMCL ontamllnatlon
(moJyr.) VIN /Nanmber
For systems collecting fewer man
S40 samples per month presence of Naturally present in the
Total Coliform Bacteria : Monthly N I 0 coliform bacteria in more than I environment
sample collected during a month
Contaminant and Unit of Dales of MCIL Violation Level Range of CL MC Likely Source of
Measurement umpling YIN Detected Rsults Contamination
m(moJ/yr.) I. .I.
** Results m the Level Detected column for radiological contaminants, inorganic contaminants, synthetic organic contaminants including pesticides
and herbicides, and volatile organic contaminants are the highest average-at any of the sampling points or the highest detected level at any sampling
point, depending on the sampling freauencv.
Radiological Contaminants
Alpha emitters (pCill) 04/03 N 2 I N/A 0 15 deson natural
optamlnant and Unit of Dale of umpling MCL Violation Level Range of MCLG MCL Likely Source of
Measurement | (moJr.) Y/N Dtiled Results Contaminatlion.
Inorganic Contariinants
Dischaige of drilling
.Barium (ppm) 04/03 N 0.0063 N/A 2 2 metalstrefineries;harge froson
of natural deposit.
Corrosion of gal anized
Spipe, erosion ot natural
Smium (ppb) deposits; discharge from
Cadmiu, (ppb) 04/03 N" 2.9 N/A 5 -5 metal refineries;runoff
:from waste batteries arid
paints
Discharge from steel
.Chromium (ppb) 04/03 N 2.2 N/A 100 100 and pulp mills; erosion
of natural depoSilt
Ero ion of rnarural
S deposits., after adhniie
Fluonde (ppml 04/03 N 0.17 N/A 4 4 teeth; dischargs e frong
fertilizer and aluminum
Factories
Runoff from fertilizer
use; leaching from
Nitrate (as Nitrogen) (ppm) 07/2005 N 0.26 N/A 10. 10 septic tanks, sewage;
erosion of natural
deposits
Runoff from fertilizer use;
Nitrite (as Nitrogen) ppm 07/05 N 0.016 N/A I I sewage; fromsion onaturaln
deposits
Sodium (PPM 04/03 N 9.9 N/A N/A 160 Salt water intrusion,
lenchino from soil


Synthetic Organic Contaminants including Pesticides and Herbicides
Runoff from herbicide
Dalapon (ppb) 04/05 N 10 N/A 200 200 used on rights of way
Hexacholrocyclopentadiene 04/05 N 1.2 N/A 50 50 Discharge from
(pb) chemical factories

The results in the Level detected column for TTHMs is the highest of the four quarterly running annual averages of results from all sampling sites.

Contaminant and D..,,,, MCL Ranre 1CLG. L or
Unit o .rp.nfg iolain D.I o Ur Lilel% Source ol Contamination
Measurement ma r n ni 'N REtulis MRDLG
riha me T..as ipps ,,, 4 I5 .r, N A .lCL I = IO B\-produ,: ol'dnnl.mg water disinfection
tnhalomethancsj (ppb) n

Haloacetic Acids (five) Quarterly Y 749.3 181 N/A MCL = 60. By-product of drinking water disinfection
(HAA5) (ppb) 700
Chlorine (ppm) Monthly N 1.6 1.2-2.1 MRDLG- MRDL=4.0 Water additive used to control microbes

No.of Likely Source of Contamination
Contaminant and Unit Dates of 'AL 90th sampling AL
Contaminant and Unitsampling Violation Percentile sites MCLG (Action
of Measurement (mo./yr.) Y/N Result exceeding Level)
the AL
Lead and Copper (Tap Water)
Corrosion of household plumbing systems;
Copper (tap water) 01/05 N 0.25 0 1.3 1.3 erosion of natural deposits; leaching from
(ppm) 1 wood preservatives
Lead (tap water) 01/05 N 3.8 0 0 15 Corrosion of household plumbing systems,
(ppb) erosion of natural deposits

SECONDARY CONTAMINANTS TABLE
ContaminDates of MCL Highest Range of MCL Likely Source of
Contaminant and Unit sampling Violation IResult Results G oMCL ntamil atio
of'MeasurementR Date o Mesult Resu so G Contamination
oMeasurement (moJyr.) Y/N
Secondary Contaminants

Color (color units) 06/03 Y 22 j N/A N/A. I15 Naturally occurring organs

TTHMs (Total Trihalomethanes). Some people who drink water containing trihalomethanes in excess of the MCL over many
years may experience problems with their iiver, kidneys, or central nervous systems, and may have an increase drisk of getting
cancer.
Haloacetic acids (five) (HAA5): Some people who drink water containing haloacentic acids in excess of the MCL over many
years may have an increased risk of getting cancer.
The sources of drinking water (both tap water and bottled water) including rivers, lakes, streams, ponds, reservoirs, springs,
and wells. As water travels over the surface of the land or thorough the ground, it dissolves naturally occurring minerals and, in
come cases, radioactive material, and can pick up substances resulting from the presence of animals or from human activity.
Contaminants that may be present in source water include:
(A) Microbial contaminants, such as viruses and bacteria, which may come from sewage treatment plants, septic systems,
agricultural livestock operations, and wildlife.
(B) Inorganic contaminants, such as salts and metals, which can be naturally-occurring or result from urban stormwater
runoff, industrial or domestic wastewater, discharges, oil and gas production, mining, or farming.
(C) Pesticides and herbicides, which may come from a variety of sources such as agriculture, urban stornnwater runoff,
and residential uses. -h i .b ,
(D) Organic, chemical contaminants, including synthetic and volatile organic chemicals, which are by-products of
industrial processes and petroleum production, and can also come from gas stations, urban stormwater runoff, and
septic systems.
(E) Radioactive contaminants, which can be naturally occurring or be the result of oil and gas production and mining
activities.
In order to ensure that tap water is safe to drink, the EPA prescribes regulations, which limit the amount of certain
contaminants in water provided by public water systems. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations establish
limits for contaniinants in bottled water, which must provide the same protection for public health.
Drinking water, including bottled water, may reasonably be expected to contain at least small amounts of some contaminants.
The presence of contaminants does not necessarily indicate that the water poses a health risk. More information about
contaminants and potential health effects can be obtained by calling the Environmental Protection Agency's Safe Drinking
Water Hotline at 1-800-426-4791.
In our continuing efforts to maintain a safe and dependable water supply it may be necessary to make improvements in your
water system. The costs of these improvements may be reflected in the rate structure. Rage adjustments may be necessary in
order to address these improvements.
Some people may be more vulnerable to contaminants in drinking water than the general population. Immuno-compromised
persons such as persons with cancer undergoing chemotherapy, persons who have undergone organ transplants, people with
HIV/AIDS or other immune system disorders, some elderly, and infants can be particularly at risk from infections. These
people should seek advice about drinking water from their health care providers. EPA/CDC guidelines on appropriate means to
lessen the risk of infection by Cryptosporidium and other microbiological contaminants are available from the Safe Drinking
Water Hotline (800-426-4791).
Horseshoe Beach Utilities works to provide top quality water to every tap. We are committed to ensuring the quality of your
water. We ask that all our customers help us protect our water sources, which are the heart of our community, our way of life
and our children's future.
If you have any questions or concerns about the information provided, please feel free to contact our office.

Our office is open: Monday Tuesday (8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.), Wednesday (8:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M),
Thursday (8:00 AM. To 4:00 P.M., Friday (8:00 A.M. to 12 Noon. Our phone number is (352) 498-5234,
Horseshoe Beach Utilities, P.O. Box 18, Horseshoe Beach, FL 32648.


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Rotary Student Guests


Kelly Anguish & Shari Jeffries
By Terri Langford Staff Writer
Dixie County High School seniors Kelly Anguish and Shari
Jeffries were the last two Rotary Student Guests this past school
year. Rotary Members were impressed with these two young
women as they were of all the student guests in 2006-2007.
Kelly's speech was on moral issues and how those issues are
viewed by three different ages groups teenagers, middle age
adults (40's) and older adults (78 to 84 years of age). Kelly asked
them about their thoughts on drinking, the use of drugs and
whether illegal drugs should be made legal for medical purposes,
legalizing abortions and the use of euthanasia on a living person.
Kelly's experiment involved interviewing the different groups
individually. To her surprise the older adults seemed to be the most
laid back, while the adult's views were very conservative and the
teenager's views varied.
Kelly explained that we all go through eight stages in our lives.
Her groups represented three of those stages. The teenagers are at
the stage in which they are trying to find out what makes them an
individual and different for everyone else.
The middle aged adults are focused on trying to influence the
younger generation to have the same morals as they have been
taught.
The older adults are at the stage in their lives where they feel
they have accomplished all they can and have accepted their lives
as it is.
During Kelly's interviews and research she stated that she
found out a lot about her own views and feelings as well.
Kelly is the daughter of Ken and Kris Anguish of Cross City.
During her high school career she was involved in the Spanish
Club, Beta and National Honors Society, local Chamber of
Commerce, tutoring and working at DCHS concession stands. Her
hobbies include scrapbooking and visiting nursing homes.
Her favorite subject is World History & Humanities. Kelly
plans to go to Santa Fe Community College and then to the
University of Florida where she will study dentistry and hopefully
become an orthodontist.
Shari Jeffries spoke about a program that is near and dear to
her, Lads to Leaders and Leaderettes.
Shari is a member of the Burlington Santa-Fe Church of Christ
in Branford. The church is very active in the Lads to Leaders and
Leaderettes program and attends the annual convention in Orlando
with others in her congregation.
This unique program began about 46 years ago when a
minister, Jack Zorn was asked to train the young men in his
congregation to be leaders in the church and community. After the
young men were trained they began to get requests to speak at
other churches, civic clubs and even the then Governor Jimmy
Carter.
The program grew and included girls in 1974. Today the
program holds four conventions each year with over a thousand
attending each.


If Yoa See


New% In The


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498-3312



Chocolate Chip
Cookie Pancakes
2 cups Krusteaz
Buttermilk Pancake
Mix
M cup light brown sugar,
packed
% cup mini chocolate
chips
% teaspoon salt
1% cups milk
1 egg
3 tablespoons melted
butter
1 teaspoon vanilla

In medium bowl, stir to-
gether pancake mix,
brown sugar, chocolate
chips and salt. Add milk,
egg, butter and vanilla.
Stir with a whisk until
blended. For each pan-
cake, pour 2 tablespoons
batter onto lightly greased
and preheated 3750F grid-
dle (medium heat). Cook
1% minutes per side, turn-
ing only once.
Snickerdoodle Cookie
Pancakes
Prepare chocolate chip
cookie pancakes as di-
rected, substituting 1 tea-
spoon cinnamon for the
chocolate chips. Serve pan-
cakes with additional but-
ter and sprinkle with cin-
namon and sugar topping.
Oatmeal Cookie
Pancakes
Prepare chocolate chip
cookie pancakes as di-
rected, substituting % cup
rolled oats (quick or old-
fashioned) for the choco-
late chips and add-ing 2
teaspoons cinnamon.
For more recipes and ideas,
visit www.krusteaz.coni.


Shari stated that when she feels that she can't accomplish a
task, she need only think about Dr. Zorn and the task that was laid
before him and that has touched thousand of souls since.
Shari is the daughter of Keith and Virginia Jeffries of Cross
City.
During her high school years at DCHS, Shari was involved in
varsity softball, Beta Club, FFA. Spanish Club, National Honor
Society, tutoring, leadership class, Suwannee River Livestock Fair,
and served as Senior Class Secretary. Shari is an active member of
her church's youth group, volunteer for DCHS concession stands,
Dixie County Little League concession stand. Shari loves to hunt,
fish and play softball.
Shari's favorite subject was Leadership Class because it was
hands-on. She plans to attend Lake City Community College and
then continue her education at the University of Florida where she
will major in Elementary Education.
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16552 SE 19 Hwy.
HELEN M. CHEWING
Licensed Real Estate Broker
State Certified Residential Appraiser #2912
(352) 498-5189

A NEW LISTING- 3BR/1B CB
home on corner paved lot in
Cross City on east side of
courthouse. Dining rom, den,
an large family foom. Has
2206 f with city water &
S sewer. $145,000


HOMES
-. 2 BR 1 B on 1/3 acre on corner paved lot on CR 351A, approximately
one mile north of Courthouse. $75,000.00. REDUCED $55,000.00.
--2/2 ON 1/2 ACRE OFF US 19 North on SW 316 Ave. Recently
renovated with new cabinets, range & ref, heat pump, refinished wood
floors, HWH and exterior paint. $8,000. REDUCED $70,000
*-4 BR/1BA HOUSE IN WOODLAND PARK SD in Cross City. Paved
corner lot with privacy fence in back yard. Close to all amenities.
$129,000.
3 BR 3 /1/2 BATH BEAUTIFUL LARGE BRICK HOME 38.64 acres
north of Cross City and Old Town. Too many amenities to mention. Large
family room, large eat-in kitchen plus dining room, fireplace, dual cooling/
heating system. Wildlife roam freely over these gorgeous acres..
$495,000.00.
LOTS & ACREAGE

--3.07 ACRES just outside Cross City off CR 351 $36,900.
--100x100 LOT in Suwannee River Heights, off CR 349 $10,000.
--1.04 acre on CR 340 near Rock Bluff $35,000.
--.70 ACRE in Fanning Springs Annex $25,000.
*-LOT 4 Camp Two Subd. off CR 351 North 2.42 Ac. $35,000.
-.Two 1-ACRE LOTS near Chiefland $25,000 each.
--50x100 LOTS in Skyline Heights off CR 351 $6,000.
*-5 CONTIGUOUS LOTS near Suwannee River $20,000.
1 ACRE on Log Landing Road. $20,000.00.
a* 3 WOODED ACRES just off Willow Hole Road in Old Town $45,000.00.
-"10 ACRES on paved CR 340 West near Rock Bluff $100,000.
2 ADJOINING high & dry lots of 3 acres each, off Spillers Highway
$50,000. each.
*-100'x100' lots in Skyline Heights Subd. $10,000.
-10 WOODED ACRES on NE 636 Street off CR 55-A- $120,000.
FEATURED LISTING
148 High & Dry Wooded ACRES on paved road in Dixie County near
Rock Bluff. $1,036,000. Will sell In 10 acre increments at $100,000 each.


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10 Miles North of Old Town
9599 NE 349 Hwy.
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The name of the principal of Riverdale High, where
"Archie" comic book characters Archie, Jughead, Betty
and Veronica were students, was Mr. Weatherbee.

Some of the more intriguing names that the Pilgrims
gave to their babies included Ashes, Dust, Earth, Delivery,
Increase and Weep-not.


'SdUidt Oj VDixie"
3/2 block home on 4 three
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.. h.iarn Large ailached t'.-.o car


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proper., One lot anrd home
pnced at S2"'.000 each
adimo:nal lot $40 000(C each
NE 5"5 St. V\'ildemness Rd


Other Listings: ,
**2/1 two story duplex on 2 acres near Suwannee River, landscaped
yard w/ coy pond & fountain, new metal roof,.new paint, lighted
staircase, concrete block / wood frame construction REDUCED for
quick sale to $285,000 CR 317
**3/2 DW/MH 1995, 24x36', on 2 acres, comer lot, Rambling
Woods $79,000 NE 395 St
*-3/2 2005 DWMH on 2.99 cleared and fenced acres, Lot 28 A & A
Estates, reduced to $165,000 make offer, NE 500 St
*-1980 2/2 12x60' Concorde MH, Lot 21 Block 35 (50x100')
Suwannee Gardens, $31,900 SE 941 St
**14.65 acres just off Spillers, Lots 19 & 30 Wild Oaks S/D with
DWMH and 40' setup RV, fenced and gated, $280,000 248 NW 430
Ave
*-Lots 69+70 Triple Crown Farms, 2.5 acres each, some pasture
some trees, close to Suwannee River, reduced to $30,000 each NE
776 Ave
**Lots 38 & 39 The Oaks Subdivision, 5.7 acres mol, each lot 2.8
acres mol, only $75,000, NE 230 Ave / Scott Thompson Rd
*.10 wooded acres at end of cul-de-sac in Old Town, north side of
property is bordered by creek, $115,000 NE 542 St.
**Lot 34 Watson Homestead SD, 2.68 acres w/well, septic and p.o.,
small pond at back of lot, located off Hwy. 351, $45,000 NE 412
Ave.
-5 acres, Lot 86 unit 2 Indian Oaks S/D with well, septic and power
pole, reduced to $70,000 NE 280 Ave.
--Lot 8 Eugene Development S/D, 2.1 acres with well and septic,;
comer lot, $39,000 comer of SE 194 Ave. & SE 548 St.


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CHIEFLAND MAIN OFFICE
315 N. Main St. (U.S. Hwy. 19)
Chiefland, FL 32644
(352) 493-2221


PRIMeE DEVELOPMENT
TRAICTIl 166 acres located in
IVISD District in Fanning
Springs. Subdtvidable into 1
acre lots. Paved road access
from North & South Borders of
property. Some pasture w/
scattered trees & some in
beautiful woods. Includes 2
bedroom. 2 bath home.
$2.170.000. (LR-752893) 352-
493-2221.


Unique Suwannee River Front Home -
2 bedroom & Loft, 2 bath, stilt
home. Large covered porches offer
beautiful view of river. 6.77 acres.
Over 311' waterfront.' 24 x 40
the peaceful serenity the Suwannee
River has to offer. Priced to sell.
$489,000. (GW-752460) 352-493-


FRESHWATER CANAL HOME 3 MIN. TO THE
SUWANNEE RIVER & 3 more to Gulf of Mexlcol
This 312 Florida cracker house is located In a
beautiful "Old Florida" style neighborhood, w/
scenic live oak trees in -the yard. The covered
dock, out over the water, Is perfect for relaxing on
those lazy afternoons & evenings with family &
friends after a long day of fishing. The home
comes partially furnished, Includes all appliances.
a one stall covered boat house, vinyl seawall &
fish cleaning area. Come & enjoy our quiet little
fishing village. It Is coastal living at its best


FANNING SPRINGS BRANCH
OFFICE:
17871 NW Hwy. 19
Fanning Springs, FL 32693
(352) 463-6144 or (352) 542-


DEMORY CREEK 3BR 2 3/4
BA just one minute by boat to Suwannee River
in the gulf coast town of Suwanneel Enjoy the
Largemo screened room for outdoor dining, or
step out on the large dock and just relax while
overlooking the natural beauty of Demory
Creek and untouched wooded wetlands. This is
a charming home with a large open floor plan
allowing for great entertaining in the living
room, dining room & kitchen. The kitchen has
lovely custom wood cabinets, large breakfast
bar & includes all appliances. Fully furnished. A
must seel Just bring your fishing gear and
enjoy the magnificent Gulf of Mexicol
$599.000. (DW-752595-JH) 352-542-9007.


Absoiuiely auorgeous a, nIomenes ule
on 8.97 acres out In the Country
between Chiefland & Trenton. Very
convenient for commute to Gainesville.
This home is in model home condition.
Nice quiet neighborhood. The
professional landscaping just adds to it's
beauty. This is a must see w/over 2200
sq ft of living area, plus oversize 2 car
garage. $475,000. (LR-752154)
352-493-2221.


WHAT A UNIQUE PROPERTY This property
consists of 2 separate parcels that are being sold
together. Parcel #1 has a 1998 312 TWMH with
over 2000 sq. ft. on acre w/carport & storage
shed. Parcel #2 has a 1998 3/2 DWMH with over
1900 sq. ft. on 1.33 ac., island kitchen, stainless
steel appliances, pool, deck, a a30x45' workshop
w/a cross flow paint booth. Close to Suwannee
River, approx 45 min. to gulf of Mexico, and
approx 45 minutes to Gainesville. SHOWN BY
APPT ONLYI $325.0001 (DMH-751393-JW) (352)
463-6144 or 542-0009.




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Ranmbling Woods S/O Is this nice Z/2
SW MN on 2 beautiful acres. h.i tfMl
has covered decus on the frent &
rar -to relax on. & is on paved
& puoblic boat raenis. Approximately
35 minutes to Gulf of Mexico. "SOLO
AS IS" ... SHOWN Ba AFPPOlrNTrdENTi
ONLY1 **" 70.000 (OM.-7S 1 170-
JW>) 3s2 -4e3-61 44 or S42-0009.


SUWANNEE BRANCH OFFICE:
23382 SE 349 Hwy.
Suwannee, FL 32692
(352) 542-9007


BRAND NEW, CUSTOM BUILT LOG
HOMEI This gorgeous log home sits on a
beautiful, park-like 1 Acre lot near the city limits
of Chiefland. Inside this home you are
surrounded by the warmth of wood from top to
bottom. The kitchen and baths have marble tile
& custom cabinets w/ granite counter tops. This
home is a must see. It offers plenty of space
with 4 bedrooms & a bonus space upstairs.
Enjoy your peaceful yard while sitting on your
large front or back porch. You will feel right at
home here $595.000. (LR-752865) 352-493-
2221.






Cacker Style 3/2 horn. on 40'
secluded acres. Large covered
porches surround the house.
overlooking beautiful pasture land
with scattered trees. Would make
an excellent horse or cattle farm."
Located In area of lots of deer and
other wildlife. $459.900. (LR-
752852-K) 352-493-2221.


BEAUTIFUL LIKE NEW 312 DW ON 4 5
BEAUTIFULLY LANDSCAPED ACRES There.
are not many like this. This home Is placed on a,
llmerock pad and has many extra features like,
shut valves on all lavs. & water closets.,
elongated toilets, porcelain sinks w/Moen.
fixtures, one piece tub & shower units. 40 gal.
water heater, overhead ceiling vents, floor Joist
16" OC. front entry deck, covered rear deck,
screened porch on side. 2 car carport, shed.
several canopies, outdoor lighting, electrical and
water through yard. limerock drive and much
more. Close to schools, shopping, the Suwannee
River, and the Gulf of Mexico. SHOWN BY
APPOINTMENT ONLY $169.900. (DMH-


CLEAN. TOTALLY FURNISHED &
AFFORDABLE? 3 BR. 2 B doublewide in Oak
Grove Village. Convenlently located between
Chiefland. Trenton and Bronson. New carpet.
new windows and morel Priced to sell @
$47,900. (LMHO751747) (352) 493-2221.


"Chiefland's Oldest Realtor"
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Tri-County area. Call us today for a free Market Valuation
and let us tell you how we can help you sell your property.
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FAIR HOUSING WORKSHOP


The Cross City Town Council is a fair housing
advocate. The Cross City Town Council will hold a
workshop to explain the fair housing ordinance for
all the protected classes (race, color, familial status,
handicap, national origin, religion and sex). The
public is invited to attend.


The workshop is scheduled for Monday, July 10,
2006, at 7:15 p.m., in the Cross City Council
Chambers -- Cross City Town Hall; located at 251
NW Second Ave.; Cross City, FL. Any
handicapped, visually or hearing impaired person
or non-English speaking person needing special
assistance at the meeting should contact Cross City
Manager, Mike Cassidy, at 498-3306, at least five
days prior to the meeting and assistance will be
provided.
Fair Housing, Handicapped Accessible, Equal
Employment Jurisdictions


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DIXIE COUNTY ADVOCATE, CROSS CITY, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 2006



Ciivii /cd( Spa z 5tzifa(c


Sh T.. ."7he hPCImreoivH ( pace"


By Terri Langford Staff Writer
Gini Overstreet isn't new at knowing how to pamper her
clients, but her spa and facial studio is new to Cross City. A
,5ixie County native, Gini's dream was to move back "home" to
be closer to family and friends; so she packed up her possessions,
including her inventory at her spa in Perry, and has set up shop
on 309th Street (Stockade Road) on the outskirts of town.
Gini and her husband of 30 years, Ivey, are involved with
Christian Ministry. Ivey currently is traveling back and forth
.from the USA to Costa Rica where he has a ministry there but is
happy to have Dixie as their "home-base." Ivey is very
supportive of Gini's business and her "ministry" to women.
"It's all about you," stated Gini. A licensed facial specialist,
-Gini knows what women need and like. "We all need and
-deserve to be pampered," she added. Gini's pampering list is
'extensive from facials, to manicures, to pedicures. She uses
.only the best products including Novita (which means new
birth), and she even has a Hungarian Wellness Mud that she


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Gini Overstreet
swears by. When you book an


.appointment, plan on being there about an hour; a full hour of one-on-one, non interrupted time
,spent on you!


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Gini promises individual, no
.facial, pedicure and manicure.


n-interrupted pampering with every


Gini also has gift
certificates as well as gift
baskets at her SPA-tacular Gift
Service and Showroom that are
filled with wonderful products
and novelties and always
presented in unique packaging.
She even has gifts for the man
in your life.
Gini is also a Mary Kay
consultant. She has used Mary
Kay herself for over 20 years
and has sold it for 10 years
now.
Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday you can find Gini at the
studio. Monday and Tuesday
she dedicates to her Mary Kay
business. You can contact Gini
at her home at 352-498-0767


,or on her cell at 352-356-1381. It is best to call first and make an appointment. From US 19 the
shop is located just past the County Road Department on the right look for the pink door!
Welcome home, Gini!


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Happy 2nd Birthday

Caden Cothron!
We love you so much! We can't
imagine our lives without you in
it! You are our little miracle and
the light of our lives. May God
always bless you.
Love...
Mama, Grandma, Papa, Uncle
Chris, Aunt Chere, and all the rest of
your aunts, uncles, and cousins who
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Two Nears ha'e no% come and gone. I
blinked my e es and Nou are gro%%n. I lo'e \ou
more %%ith each passing daN. iou amaze me
eter'daN in a brand new "waN. \ou are so
perfect, a gilt from God is "hal ou are. So
blessed in life already. iou %%ill go so far. I
love 'our smile, intelligence, personality, and
you're so sweel. ou are ni e'erNthing, you
ha'e s%%epl me olf my feet.
Lo' e,
Mama


Florida

Highway Patrol
The Florida Highway Patrol
will be conducting driver license
and vehicle inspection checkpoints
during the following dates: July 1-
31 2006. These checkpoints will
only be held at the following
locations, in the following
counties:
Dixie: Chavous Road, CR 55-
A, SR 349, CR 349, CR 351, CR
358, Willow Hole Road.
Gilchrist: SR 26, SR 49, SR
47, CR 138, SE 70th Ave., CR
232, CR 340, CR 341.
Lafayette: SR 20, SR 51, SR
53, SR 349.
Levy: SR 24, SR 45, SR 49,
SR 121, SR 500, CR 320, CR
3339, CR 341, CR 345, CR 337,
CR 335, CR 316, CR 464, CR
323, CR 326.
Troopers will focus on
vehicles that are being operated
with defects and violations such
as: worn / unsafe tires, bad brakes,
improper window tinting, cracked
/ broken windshields, unsecured
loads, and defective lighting. In
addition, attention will be directed
to violations of: drivers license
las, motor vehicle registration
la" s. non-use of seatbelts and
moior vehicle insurance
requirements.
The Florida Highway Patrol
has tound these checkpoints to be
an effective method of enforcing
isate laws, which relate to the safe
and legal operation of motor
, ehiles.


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16552 SE 19 Hwy.
S-. .. HELEN M. CHEWING
Licensed Real Estate Broker
State Certified Residential Appraiser #2912
(352) 498-5189

NEW LISTING- 3BR/1B CB
home on corner paved lot in
3 4h Cross City on east side of
gag g courthouse. Dining rom, den,
.. an large family foom. Has
2206 sf with city water &
sewer. $145,000
HOMES
o- 2 BR 1 B on 1/3 acre on corner paved lot on CR 351A, approximately
one mile north of Courthouse. $75,000.00. REDUCED $55,000.00.
**2/2 ON 1/2 ACRE OFF US 19 north on SW 316 Ave. Recently
renovated with new ciQ heat pump, refinished wood
floors, HWH and exteriit.' RDUCED $70,000
*.4 BR/1BA HOUSE IN WOODLAND PARK SD in Cross City. Paved
corner lot with privacy fence in back yard. Close to all amenities.
$129,900.
LOTS & ACREAGE
*-3.07 ACRES just outside Cross City off CR 351 $36,900.
--100x100 LOT in Suwannee River Heights, off CR 349 $10,000.
*.1.04 acre on CR 340 near Rock Bluff $35,000.
*..70 ACRE in Fanning Springs Annex $25,000.
*.LOT 4 Camp Two Subd. off CR 351 North 2.42 Ac. $35,000.
**Two 1-ACRE LOTS near Chiefland $25,000 each.
-*50x100 LOTS in Skyline Heights off CR 351 $6,000.
*-5 CONTIGUOUS LOTS near Suwannee River $20,000.
1 ACRE on Log Landing Road. $20,000.00.
** 3 WOODED ACRES just off Willow Hole Road in Old Town $45,000.00.
**10 ACRES on paved CR 340 West near Rock Bluff $100,000.
**3 high & dry lots of 3 acres each, off Spillers Highway, in Greenview -
S/D $50,000. each.
**100'x100' lots in Skyline Heights Subd. $10,000.
**10 WOODED ACRES on NE 636 Street off CR 55-A $120,000.
FEATURED LISTING
148 High & Dry Wooded ACRES on paved road in Dixie County near
Rock Bluff. $1,036,000. Will sell in 10 acre increments at $100,000 each.

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private and lot. of palm trees on ths peC.e Ir, OCild
Town, $42,000.00.


BEAUTIFUL TWO 'STOP I' HC'Ir.E .,n Car.,nl in Old Town
area. This hon- i, jiust 20:0 ard-, from the Historic
Su..annr,ree P.i.er N.:e lar,..e bL-a.-. ,ard with gazebo.
i: ,u :arn be flhinr n ,u .:.r c.'..n b : ,rd river in a
nat ter ..f minute.; The G.ulf of .le,':c, i. just a nice
bo:.a ride j ac Thi i. rrut see property.


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DIXIE COUNTY ADVOCATE, CROSS CITY, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 2006


FCAT Honorees Receive Special


Recognition From School Board


OTES FCAT Honorees 3rd Grade: James Foshee, Douglas Langford, Quade Locke, Zachary Petty, Allie Rogers, Tucker Stemple, Michael
Stewart, Jessica Storey; 4th Grade: Cheyenne Besterman, Christina Chapman, Justin Colbert, Claire Currie, Anthony Davis, Taylor Hicks,
Ashlyn Huffman, Margaret Iorio, Deisha Lackemacher, Kyle Lamar, Eli Long, James Lord, Elizabeth Nunez, John Pasquin, Ronald Perrie,
Ariel Perry, Nicole Sickler, Brittney Smith, Courtney Whitt, Brooke Windier, Michael Wright; 5"' Grade: Jordan Barden, Levi Carpenter,
Johnny Jones, Samantha Morris, Laina Moyer.


Levy County
Quilt Museum
Log Cabin Quilters met
Thursday, June 22nd at the
Levy County Quilt Museum.
Summer is here and the cool
air feels so good. It took a
,while to put air conditioners in
but we knew we would have to
,have it. As big as the building
,is we hae a big one in the
,Great room and it doesn't take'
long to cool us off.
We enjoyed our visitors
from Ocala and Suwannee and
Crystal River. There is much
to see here and we enjoy
telling them about the years it
took to build and pay for all we
have.
The gazebo has been
finished as far as Lancaster and
Jarrod have done. We do plan
to put lights in and light plugs
as we hope to use it for
Bluegrass and Gospel music.
We also hope some one will
want to be married out there as
we think that would be great.
We are very proud of the five
boys who worked almost
everyday for two weeks to get
it this far. The boys will know
how to use drills and saws and
all it took to build it in their
future. Thank you Lancaster,
Jarrod and boys.
We will be going to Camp
Curuth to teach about fifty
children how to sew. It is
always a fun day and we will
get to see Mike's new son.
Lunch was so good with
fried squash, eggplant
casserole, lots of salad, all
kinds of desserts and so much
more.


Happy Birthday!


AES FCAT Honorees 3rd
Grade: Samantha Herring,
Brian Marcks, John Mash, Sahil
Patel; 4t' Grade: Blake
Apodaca, Courtney Bischoff,
William Buchanan, Bradley
Cooper, Kaycee Harden,
Rashan Jones, Kelsey Lander,
Cassie Lord, Cynthia Mash,
Cody Morris, Chace Paradis,
Chesney Young; 5th Grade:
Audrey Bloodworth, Amber
Buzbee, Logan, Cavender,
Shayna Chewning, Caylan
Davis, Kaydence Hill, Shelby
Land, Dylan Marcks, Kyndal
VanAernam, Michael Webster.

Babies are most often
allergic to milk, eggs, wheat,
soybean products and
peanuts.


A big
grandchildren
Alaska.


hello to our
in Elmendorf,


And a big 2nd Happy
Birthday wish to Blakelyn
MyCyndel Deavitt.
With all our love,
From Granny & Poppy
Young.


Blakelyn MyCyndel Deavitt
2 Years Old


Dalton Ashton Deavitt
4 Years Old


Cross City Dental, PA
Stephen M. Henry, DMD
David R. Schneck, DMD
(352) 498-7001


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faster


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NEW Mini Implants
For Crowns, Bridges &
Stabilization of Dentures


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DCHS J.V. Cheerleaders Send Out
A Special "Thank You"
The 2206-2007 J.V. cheerleaders would like to thank everyone
that bought a raffle ticket, candles or pizza from us. The money
we raised will help buy our new uniforms, camp gear and help us
to go to camp in Panama City. There are several new girls on the
squad this year and we are very excited about going to camp and
the girls that have already been is very excited also, we know what
fun it is.
We would like to thank Melissa Long for helping with the:
candle order and thank Pinner's Oasis, Creek Side Farm Supply,
Florida Forest, Alexander's Jewelery and Cypress Inn Restaurant
for donating items for our raffle.
Congratulations to the winners. WE would also like to thank
Ms. Branch for helping get everything together for camp before
she leaves. We will miss you.
DCHS JV. Cheerleaders & Parents of the Cheerleaders


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Happy 9th Birthday

Albrey Creamer!
SYou are very special to
6* us, and we love you.
S' Nanny Trina, Brooke,
Sand Danielle

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Happy Birthday!
"On Saturday June 24,
2006, Shirley
Newman was
honored with a
surprise -party for her
60th birthday. Family
rand friends gathered
for good food and
6..good company.
Thank you all for
helping make it a
CHI Fragrancesspecial day for her.
Happy Birthday Mom & Grandma.
Love, Alex, Sharlene, Brandon, Jamee, Alexis, David, Jan, Taylor, and all who were
there.



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DIXIE COUNTY ADVOCATE, CROSS CITY, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 2006


FFA 2005


Tractor Operations
Sponsored by Green South Equipment
Eli Fowler, Trent Everett, & Kelby Sanchez


-2006 AWARDS


Livestock Judging
Sponsored by Kathryn McInnis


Workhorse Awards Sponsored bv Fowler Farms
Jessilen Beckham, Jessica Standridge, Ashley Osteen, Cassie Land, Charla Fowler, Danielle Pinner,
Kolton Lambert, Danny Parsells, Dalton Long, Dylaina Ducksworth, Lee Goodson, Robert Carter, Jenny
Hodge, Nick Cravey, Trent Everett, Samantha Buzbee, Megan Thompson, Jessika Williams, Raven
Gilbert, Klint Wood, Niki Burbach, Declan Moeller, Hannah Morrow; Kelby Sanchez, Ashton Begue, &
Laci Johnson


Consumer Cnoice,.
Sponsored by Capital City Bank Public Speaking
Megan Gainey, Jessica Osteen, Lee Goodson, Sponsored by Dixie Auto Salvage
Kirby Roberts, Nathan Singleton, Tyler Johnson, Cassie Land, Charla Fowler, Jessilen Beckham,
Nick Cravey, Courtney Squires, Caysi Dey, Kaitlyn Dylaina Ducksworth, Jordan Philmon, & Kayleen
Sheets, Megan Hunt, & Jessica Standridge Byrd


Beef Production / Group Steer
Sponsored by Pinner's Oasis
Korey VanAernam, Kelby Sanchez, &
VanAernam


Jaime


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Horse Judging Sponsored by Forest Systems
SRobert Carter, Page Corbin, Teri Pierce, Kayla
'Turner, Kristin Turner, & Trent Everett


Dairy Judging
Sponsored by Hill & Cobb Insurance


Kirby Roberts, Tyler Johnson,
Chad Petty & Jessilen Beckham


Kaitlyn Sheets,


Parliamentary Procedure
Sponsored by Anderson Columbia
Jessica Standridge, Jessilen Beckham, Cassie Land,
Jennifer Allen, Kayleen Byrd, Dylaina
Ducksworth, & Danielle Pinner


Swine Production Sponsored by Alexander's Fine Jewelry
'Charla Fowler, Kayla Weeks, Kandice Driggers, Megan hunt, Logan Hodge, Cassie Land, Dylaina
'Ducksworth, Lysha Martin, Tyler Johnson, Cody Roberts, Kolton Lambert, Kirby Roberts, Lisa Harris,
"Duane Lord, John Morgan Lord, Ashley Martin, Nathan Singleton, Danny Parsells, Jared Corbin,
.Colman Davis, Morgan Philmon, Dillon Parker, Lee Goodson, Edmond Cooper, Jessica Standridge,
:Kasey Bush, Jennifer Allen, Kayleen Byrd, Jordan Philmon, Caysi Dey, Micah Johnson, Elaine
Buchanan, Jenny Hodge, Trent Everett, Allie Carpenter, Kevin Lamar, Courtney Squires, Grant Fowler,
jTaryn Hodge, Eli Fowler, Megan Gainey, Sarah Lubin, Nick Cravey, Laci Johnson, Andrew Johnson,
.Korde Osteen, Robert Yarrell, Ashton Begue, Casey Davis, Jacki Barber, Justin Ward, Katie Oneal,
"Sdie Barber, Taylor Corbin, Shari Jeffries, Shelby Herring, Meghan Thompson, Johnathan Cooper, &
A.J. Land


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Beef Production Sponsored by Pinner's Oasis
Ianiel Bell, Kelsey VanAernam, Dalton Long, Jessilen Beckham,
)Hunter Higginbotham, Kayla Petty, Brittany Pimnner, Kelby Sanchez,
Korey VanAernam, Jaime VanAernam, Hal Chaires, Gary David
Pinner, Anna Fowler, Allen Broadwater, Glendon Osteen, Shana
Cooper, Zachary DesJardin, & Vernon Long, Jr.


Production Heifers Sponsored
by MJ Logging
Lee Goodson


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Samantha Eallum & Allie Carpenter


Chapter Farmer Degrees-Sponsored by
Drummond Community Bank
Korde Osteen, Vernon Long, Jr., Jamie
VanAernam, Glendon Osteen, Jessica Williams,
David Cravey, & Jessica Singleton


Chapter Officer Awards
Kelby Sanchez, Robert Yarrel, Kayla Turner, Laci
Johnson, Nick Cravey, Justin Ward, Ashton Begue,
Trent Everett, Robert Carter, Cassie Land, Charla
Fowler, Jessilen Beckham, Kelsey VanAernam,
Dylaina Ducksworth, Jordan Philmon, Caysi Dey,
Kayleen Byrd, & Jessica Standridge


Kayla Petty, Dalton Long, Kayla Turner, Vernon
Long, Jr., Teri Pierce, Felecia Blumenberg, Jessika
Williams, Jessica McClain, Tonya Harding, & Keri
Harper


Ben Floyd Memorial Junior
Chapter Award Sponsored by
Sanchez Farms
Jessilen Beckham, Dylaina
Ducksworth, & Danielle Pinner


J i Leadership Awards Sponsored by Cross City Auto
.Jessica Standridge, Kayleen Byrd, Caysi Dey, Jordan Philmon,
:Charla Fowler, Jesqilen Beckham, Kelsey VanAernam, Dylaina
Ducksworth, Cassie Land, Kolton Lambert, Lee Goodson, Ashton
;Begue, Laci Johnson, Heather Jones, Robert Yarrels, Eli Fowler,
;Nicholas Cravey, Kelby Sanchez, & Justin Ward


Ben Floyd Memorial Senior
Chapter Award Sponsored by
Sanchez Farms
Kelby Sanchez, Ashton Begue,
& Robert Yarrel


Scholarship Awards Sponsored by Sheriff Dewev Hatcher
Courtney Allen, Jennifer Allen, Jessilen Beckham, Kasey Bush, Chelsy Cannon, Cody Cannon, Katie
Cannon, Ashley Carter, Zeb Christmas, Caysi Dey, Samantha Ealum, Olivia Edmonds, Shawna Evans,
Charla Fowler, Samantha Fowler, Kaitlyn Ganus, Lee Goodson, Elisha Hinson, Megan Hunt, Mikel
Jerrels, Tyler Johnson, Jennifer Jones, Kameron Keen, Cassie Land, Dalton Long, Ashley Long, Lysha
Martin, Anna Patterson, Chad Petty, Morgan Philmon, Brittany Pinner, Danielle Pinner, Mackaylin
Prentice, Kirby Roberts, Kaitlyn Sheets, David Sheheane, Nathan Singleton, Brett Sullivan, Keslsey
VanAernam, Kayla Weeks, Brittany Young, Kaci Anguish, Felecia Blumberg, Jonathon Cooper, Zachary
DesJardin, Sarah Durham, Courtney Elton, Sherry Jeffries, Laci Johnson, Shelby Karr, Nick Cravey,
Kevin Lamar, AJ Land, Declan Moeller, Katie O'Neal, Gary David Pinner, Dillon Raker, Jessica
Singleton, Courtney Squires, Jaime VanAernam, Justin Ward, & Taylor Corbin.


Greenhand Degrees Sponsored by
Superintendent Dennis W. Bennett
.Ashley Long, Brett Sullivan, Cassie Land, Charla Fowler, Chase
-Royal, Cody Morgan, Courtney Daniels, Danielle Pinner, Duane
lord, Dylaina Ducksworth, Jared Corbin, Jenna Coe, Jennifer Allen,
UJessica Standridge, Jessilen Beckham, Kameron Keen, Kayla Byrd,
MNlegan hunt, Olivia Edmonds, Samantha Ealum, Whitley Butler, Lisa
"Harris. Kristen Douglass, & Cole Sansom


Congratulations To
1e- *,'"


Beef Production / Grand
Champion Award
Sponsored by Pinner's Oasis
Korey VanAernam

You All!


Showmanship Awards Sponsored by Dixie Cattleman's Association
Jamie VanAernam, Korey VanAernam, Hal Chaires, Anna Fowler, Kelby Sanchez, Zachary DesJardin,
Kelsey VanAernam, Ashton Begue, Eli Fowler, Nick Cravey, Kolton Lambert, Lee Goodson, Megan
hunt, Nathan Singleton, & Coleman Davis


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DIXIE COUNTY ADVOCATE, CROSS CITY, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 2006


LEGAL NOTICE

IN THE COUNTY COURT OF FLORIDA
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
DIXIE COUNTY

CASE NUMBER: 06-0013-CA

CARLTON & McKINNEY, INC.
a Florida Corporation

Plaintiff,

vs.

CURTIS WEISFLOG,
a single person

Defendant.
/

NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO
CHAPTER 45

NOTICE IS GIVEN that pursuant to Summary
Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated this 8th
day of June, 2006 in Case Number 06-0013-
CA of the County Court of the Third Judicial
Circuit in and for Dixie County, Florida, in
which Carlton & McKinney, Inc., a Florida
Corporation, is the Plaintiff and Curtis
Weisflog, is the Defendant, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash at the
Northwest Front Door of the Dixie County
Courthouse, Cross City, Dixie County, Florida
at 11:00 A.M. on the 12th day of July, 2006,
the following described property set forth in
the Order or Final Judgment of Foreclosure:

Lot 19, GREENVIEW 1st ADDITION
SUBDIVISION, according to the plat thereof
recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 658, public
records of Dixie County, Florida

DATED this 8th day of June, 2006.


Ellen C. Sands
Clerk of the Court
By: Virginia Cobb, Deputy Clerk


LEGAL NOTICE

IN THE COUNTY COURT OF FLORIDA
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR-
DIXIE COUNTY

CASE NUMBER: 06-0014-CA

J.M. McKINNEY, JR., Trustee of the
KYLIE SUSANNE JOHNSON TRUST,
Dated December 23, 1997

Plaintiff,

vs.

DIANE P. BLITCH
a single person

Defendant.


NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO
CHAPTER 45


Lot 10 in Section 24, Township 9 South,
Range 13 East, Dixie County, Florida less
and except the Northerly 50 feet thereof
containing 4.678 acres, more or less.

Also included is a 1967 Lamp mobile home,
ID No. 6132, Title 2999859 located thereon.
(Parcel No. 24-09-13-4390-0000-0680).

Dated this 19th day of June, 2006.

ELLEN SANDS
Clerk of Court
By: Virginia Cobb, Deputy Clerk
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LEGAL NOTICE

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
GILCHRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA

Case No.: 21-2006-DR0189

IN THE MATTER OF THE ADOPTION OF

MARINA NICOLE BIBLE,
Adoptee(s).

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: Lonnie Matthew Thomas

Last Known Address: P.O. Box 1544, Old
Town, Florida 32680

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action
for adoption has been filed against you in this
Court. You are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it on Francis
Patrick Bible, whose address is 731 NE 2nd
Avenue, Trenton, FL 32693 on or before 7-
19-06 and file the original with the clerk of this
Court at P.O. Box 37, Trenton, Florida 32693

Before service on Petitioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default may
be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the petition for adoption.

Copies of all court documents in this case,
including orders, are available at the Clerk of
the Circuit Court's office. You may review
these documents upon request.

You must keep the Clerk of Circuit Court's
office notified of your current address. (You
may file Notice of Current Address, Florida
Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form
12.915.) Future papers in this lawsuit will be
mailed to the address on record at the clerk's
office.
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LEGAL NOTICE

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DIXIE
COUNTY, FLORIDA

CASE NO. 06-0022-CA

GREEN TREE SERVICING, LLC f/k/a
GREEN TREE FINANCIAL SERVICING
CORP.
1400 Turbine Drive
Rapid City, SD 57703


NOTICE IS GIVEN that pursuant to Summary
Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated this 8th Plaintiff,
day of June, 2006 in Case Number 06-0014-
CA of the County Court of the Third Judicial v.
Circuit in and for Dixie County, Florida, in
which J.M. Mckinney, Jr., Trustee of the Kylie JOYANN C. RO
Susanne Johnson Trust, is the Plaintiff and FEDERAL CREI
Diane P. Blitch, is the Defendant, I will sell to MOBILE HOME
the highest and best bidder for cash at the UNKNOWN TEf
Northwest Front Door of the Dixie County
Courthouse, Cross City, Dixie County, Florida Defendants.
at 11:00 A.M. on the 12th day of July, 2006,
the following described property set forth in
the Order or Final Judgment of Foreclosure: TO: JOYANN C.


Commence at the Northeast comer of the
Northeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter
of Section 4, Township 10 South, Range 12
East, Dixie County, Florida, and run South
along the East forty line, a distance of 100
feet to a Point of Beginning. From said Point
of Beginning, continue South along the East
forty line, a distance of 85 feet to a point on
the North right-of-way line of a city street;
then run West along the North right-of-way
line of said City Street, a distance of 230 feet
to. a point; then run North 10 feet to the
Southwest comer of property previously
conveyed to T.L. Watson in Official Records
Book 64, page 40, public records of Dixie
County, Florida; then run East along the
south line of said property previously
conveyed to T.L. Watson, a distance of 100
feet; then run North 75 feet; then run East
130 feet back to the Point of Beginning.

DATED this 8t day of June, 2006.

Ellen C. Sands
Clerk of the Court
By: Virginia Cobb, Deputy Clerk
26-27
LEGAL NOTICE

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, TI-iD JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DIXIE COUNTY,
FLORIDA


Case No. 05-0282-CA


FLORIDA 12, INC, a Florida corporation,

Plaintiff,

vs.

j.V. DAVIS,

Defendant


NOTICE OF SALE


GERS; SUNSTATE
DIT UNION; OLD TOWN.
SALES, INC.; and
NANTS IN POSSESSION,




.ROGERS


YO ARE NOTIFIED that a foreclosure action
has been filed against you on the following
described property:

Lot 25, FORT JOHN MCKINNEY
SUBDIVISION, according to the Plat'thereof,
as recorded in Plat Book 1, Pages 120 and
121, of the Public Records of Dixie County,
Florida.

TOGETHER WITH that certain 1986 68x28
Hartford Mobile Home, Serial No.
N83044A/B.

And you are required to file a written
response with the Court and serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it on Timothy
D. Padgett, Plaintiffs attorney, whose
address is 2810 Remington Green Circle,
Tallahassee, Florida 32308, at least thirty
(30) days from the date of first publication;
and file the original with the clerk of this court
either before service on Plaintiffs attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise, a default.
will be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint.

DATED this 21st day of June, 2006.

ELLEN C. SANDS
Clerk of Court
By: Virginia Cobb, Deputy Clerk
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LEGAL NOTICE

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DIXIE
COUNTY, FLORIDA GENERAL
JURISDICTION DIVISION


CASE NO: 06-25-CA


BANK OF AMERICA, NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, successor by merger to
NATIONSBANK, N.A.


LEGAL


NOTICES


LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
CONCERNING THE CLOSING OF A
COUNTY MAINTAINED ROAD

BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS OF DIXIE COUNTY,
FLORIDA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
PURSUANT T LO Fl ORIDA STAT1ITFE


in sealed envelopes plainly marked with the
FAA AlP Number and Description(s) in bold
as specified above.

Each bid must be accompanied by a
cashier's check or by a Bid Bond in the
amount of five (5) percent of the Total Bid
Price.


or Buy Arr
Products fo
component
considered
manufacture

Offerors m,
Associates
lists of a


DEFENDANTS)


NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a
Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure
dated June 20, 2006 entered in Civil Case
No. 06-25-CA of the Circuit Court of the Third
Judicial Circuit in and for DIXIE County,
Cross City, Florida, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at the South door at
the DIXIE County Courthouse located at 214
NE 351 Highway in Cross City, Florida, at
11:00 A.M. on the 20t" day of July, 2006 the
following described property as set forth in
said Summary Final Judgment, to-wit:

LOT 13, OF DEER RUN SUBDIVISION, AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 135,
IN THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF DIXIE
COUNTY, FLORIDA.

Dated this 20th day of June 2006.

ELLEN C. SANDS
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Virginia Cobb, Deputy Clerk
27-28
LEGAL NOTICE

DOCUMENT 00100

INVITATION FOR BID

Bids for furnishing all labor, materials,
equipment, and services required for the
Work known as HUD CFP FL29P015-501-04,
Cross City, Florida, will be received until
10:000 A.M. local time on 18 July, 2006 at the
office of the Housing Authority (PHA)
indicated below. At this time and place all
bids received will be publicly opened and
read aloud.

Without force and 'effect on the Bidding
Documents and the proposed Contract
Documents, the work required is briefly
described as: Partial modernization of twenty-
six (26) Dwelling Units and one (1) Non-
Dwelling Unit at two (2) sites known as FL 15-
6A and FL 15-6B in Cross City, Florida. The
work consists of, but is not limited to,
providing attic insulation and replacing
existing gas heating systems with new
electric HVAC systems including associated
carpentry, doors and frames, hardware,
painting, mechanical, and electrical work.

The work required is fully described in the
Bidding Documents consisting of the Project
Manuel and the Drawings.

Proposed Contract forms, Drawings and
Project Manuals are on file in the office of the
PHA and the Architect, TOMBERLIN
ASSOCIATES, INC., 1145 Hightower Trail,
Suite 200, Atlanta, Georgia 30350, telephone
(770) 552-2040. Bidding Documents may be
obtained by providing a NONREFUNDABLE
payment of $50.00 per set of Documents to
the Architect. No partial sets will be issued.
Checks should be made payable to the
Architect and mailed to the above address.
Information regarding this Project, including a
list of the Plan Holders, can be viewed on the
Architect's web site:
www.TomberlinAssociates.com.

Each bid shall include Bid Guarantee in an
amount equal to five percent of the Bid.
Provide as a certified check or bank draft
payable to the PHA; U.S. government Bonds,
or as a property executed Bid Bond with
surety acceptable to the PHA. A Surety
Company executing the Bid bond must be
authorized to transact business in the Project
State, and must appear on the most current
U.S. Treasury Department's Circular No. 570.
The successful bidder is required to provide
satisfactory Performance and Payment
Bonds prior to execution of the Agreement.

Refer to provisions for equal employment
opportunities and payment of not less that
minimum salaries and wages indicated in the
Project Manual.

Each bid shall include THE SIGNED
ORIGINAL AND TWO CONFORMED
COPIES of the following:
1. A property executed Bid Form.
2. A property executed Bid Guarantee
3. A properly executed Non-Collusive
Affidavit
4. A fully completed Form HUD-5369-
A, "Representations, Certifications
and Other Statements of Bidders".

Small businesses and minority firms are
urged to submit proposals. Certification as a
Minority-business Enterprise (or number of
partners, shareholders, employees who are
members of minority classification or are
women) should be included in the bid
proposal. Refer to Articles 38, 39 and 40 of
The General Conditions.

The PHA reserves the right to reject any and
all bids, and to waive irregularities and
formalities in the bidding. No bids may be
withdrawn for a period of sixty days
subsequent to the opening of bids without
PHA consent.

Northwest Florida Regional Housing Authority
Post Office Pox 218 (5302 Brown Street)
Graceville, Florida 32440
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further described as follows:

A PORTION OF THE 50 FOOT WIDE
SHARK STREET RIGHT OF WAY AS
SHOWN ON THE STEWART CITY SECOND
ADDITION AS PER PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE
35, PUBLIC RECORDS OF DIXIE COUNTY,
FLORIDA AND BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS: ALL OF SAID RIGHT OF WAY
LYING WEST OF THE EAST LINE OF LOT 9
OF SAID STEWART CITY SECOND
ADDITION AS EXTENDED SOUTHERLY.
LYING AND BEING IN SECTION 26,
TOWNSHIP 9 SOUTH, RANGE 9 EAST,
DIXIE COUNTY, FLORIDA.

The public hearing may be continued to one
or more future dates. Any interested party
shall be advised that the date, time, and
place of any continuation for the public
hearing shall be announced during the public
hearing and that no further notice concerning
the matter will be published unless said
continuation exceeds six calendar weeks
from the date of the above referenced public
hearing.

At the aforementioned public hearing, all
interested parties may appear and be heard
with respect to the proposed action.

All persons are advised that if they decide to
appeal any decision made at the above
referenced public hearing they will need a
record of the proceedings and that for such
purpose they may need to ensure that a
verbatim record of the proceeding is made,
which record includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is based.
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LEGAL NOTICE

INVITATION TO BID
FOR
FAA AIP NO.: 3-12-0015-005-2006
FDOT FM NO.: TBD
AT
CROSS CITY AIRPORT
FOR
DIXIE COUNTY, FLOIRDA

Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be
received by the Dixie County Board of
Commissioners (Owner) at the Dixie County
Commission Chambers, Cross City, Florida,
until 11:00 a.m. local time on July 31, 2006
for the following project.

Project Description: The work includes but is
not limited to: -

Base Bid Schedule:

*Construct 730 linear feet of new Taxilanes
to T-hangars serving Design Group I
aircraft with a maximum weight of 15,000
pounds. The pavement structure will
consist of a P-401 bituminous surface
course and P-211 limerock base course.
All associated grading, drainage, and
turfing improvements are also included in
the project

Bids received will be publicly opened and
read aloud by the Dixie County Clerk, at
11:00 a.m. on July 31, 2006 at a meeting to
be held at the Dixie County Commission
Chambers, Cross City, Florida.

On and after July 2, 2006, plans and
specifications will be available for
examination and may be obtained from
Hoyle, Tanner & Associates, Inc., Koger
Center at the Quadrangle, 3452 Lake Lynda
Drive, Suite 151, Orlando, Florida 32817,
(407/380-1919) upon payment of one
hundred and fifty dollars ($150.00) plus
postage and handling as applicable. Checks
shall be made payable to Hoyle, Tanner &
Associates, Inc. Plans and specifications
may be examined at HTA, and the County
Clerk's office.

A non mandatory pre-bid meeting and site
visit will be held at the Terminal Building at
the Cross City Airport on Thursday, July 13th,
2006. It is recommended that all potential
Bidders attend. The meeting starts promptly
at 11:00 AM. Bidders should allow an
adequate amount of time to park and locate
the meeting room.

The project time established for this
project is 90 calendar days.

Bids must be submitted on an exact
reproduction of the bid forms supplied,
including any addenda which may be issued,


No Bid may be withdrawn after the scheduled
Bid Closing time for a period of ninety (90)
days.

All Bidders are hereby notified that they must
make ever effort to achieve the Minority
Participation percentages as stated in these
documents.

This Contract is subject to: (1) minimum
wage rates and labor provisions established
by the Secretary of the U.S. Department of
Labor, and (2) Executive Order 11246 as of
September 1965, as amended, and the EEO
clause.

For this project, the Owner has established a
Contract Goal of 10.30 percent, for
minority/disadvantaged business enterprises,
as defined in Section 288.703 Florida
Statutes.

As used in this Notice, and in the contract
resulting from this solicitation, the "covered
area" is Dixie County.

All questions from bidders relating to this
project shall be in writing and addressed to
Hilary Wood P.E., Hoyle, Tanner &
Associates, Inc., Koger Center at the
Quadrangle, 3452 Lake Lynda Drive, Suite
151, Orlando, Florida 32817, (phone:
407/380-1919; fax 407/380-1830).

John L. Driggers
Chairman

NOTICE TO BIDDERS

BUY AMERICAN STEEL AND
MANUFACTURED PRODUCTS FOR
CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS (JAN 1991)

(a) The Aviation Safety and Capacity
Expansion Act of 1990 provides that
preference by given to steel and
manufactured products produced in the
United States when funds are expended
pursuant to a grant issued under the Airport
Improvement Program. The following terms
apply:

1. Steel and manufactured products. As
used in this clause, steel and manufactured
products include (1) steel produced in the
United States or (2) a manufactured product
produced in the United States, if the cost of
its components mined, produced or
manufactured in the United States exceeds
60 percent of the cost of all its-components
and final assembly has taken place in the
United States. Components of foreign origin
of the same class or kind as the products
referred to in subparagraphs (b)(1) or (2)
shall be treated as domestics.

2. Components. As used in this clause,
components means those articles, materials,
and supplies incorporated directly into steel
and manufactured products.

3. Cost of Components. This means the
costs for production of the components,
exclusive of final assembly labor costs.

(b) The successful bidder will be required to
assure that only domestic steel and
manufactured products will be used by the
Contractor, subcontractors, materialmen, and
suppliers in the performance of this contract,
except those -

(1) that the U.S. Department of
Transportation has determined, under the
Aviation Safety and Capacity Expansion Act
of 1990, are not produced in the United
States in sufficient and reasonably available
quantities and of a satisfactory quality;

(2) that the U.S. Department of
Transportation has determined, under, the
Aviation Safety and Capacity Expansion Act
of 1990, that domestic preference would be
inconsistent with the public interest; or;

(3) that inclusion of domestic material will
increase the cost of the overall project
contract by more than 25 percent.

BUY AMERICAN CERTIFICATE (JAN 1991)

By submitting a bid/proposal under this
solicitation, except for those items listed by
the offeror below or on a separate and clearly
identified attachment to this bid/proposal, the
offeror certifies that steel and each
manufactured product, is produced in the
United States (as defined in the clause Buy
American Steel and Manufactured Products


nerican Steel and Manufactured
br Construction Contracts) and that
s of unknown origin are
to have been produced or
ed outside the United States.

ay obtain from Hoyle, Tanner and
, Inc. (Sponsor's Representative)
articles, materials and supplies
om this provision.


COUNTRY OFORGIN


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SNEW LIQUOR STORE IN CROSS CITYl


NOTICE IS GIVEN that in accordance with PLAINTIFF
the Summary Final Judgment in Foreclosure
,entered on June 8, 2006 in Civil Action No. VS.
05-282-CA, in the Circuit Court, in and for RUTH B. KELLY, IF LIVING, AND IF DEAD,
Dixie County, Florida, in which FLORIDA 12, THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE HEIRS, D
INC., a Florida corporation, was. the Plaintiff, T WNV.. SPUS EIR-S S,,
'and LV. DAVIS was the Defendant, I will sell ENORS CREDITORS, TRUSTEES AND
to the highest bidder for cash at the ALL OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING AN
'Northwest Comer of the Dixie County INTEREST BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
Courthouse In Cross City, Florida at 1100 AGAINST RUTH B. KELLY; UNKNOWN
A.M. on Thursday, July 6, 2006 the real SPOUSE OF RUTH B. KELLY, IF ANYK
property described as follows: JOHN DOE and JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN

The Northeast % of the NE % of Government TENANTS IN POSSESSION


objections, recommendations and comments If awarded the Contract, the Contractor shall excepted tr
concerning a proposed closing of county provide a Performance Bond and Payment
maintained road will be heard by the Board of Bond satisfactory to the Owner, each to be in
County Commissioners of Dixie County, a sum of at least equal to the Total Bid Price. PRODUCT
Florida, at a Public Hearing on July 6, 2006,
at 10:00 A.M. or as soon thereafter as the The Owner reserves the right to waive any
matter can be heard, in the Board of County informality, to reject any or all Bids, or to re-
Commissioners Meeting Room, County advertise for Bids. Award, if made, will be to
Courthouse located at 401 North Cedar the responsible and qualified Bidder whose
Street, Cross City, Florida. Bid is responsive to the invitation and is most
advantageous to the Owner, price and other
The petitioner is Romona Griner for factors considered.
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DIXIE COUNTY ADVOCATE, CROSS CITY, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 2006


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FOR SALE
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the /2 or whole, $1.10 per Ib live
weight. Ray or Anne Hodges,
Evergreen Farm 352-542-7135.
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3 PEPSI 400 TICKETS June 30,
July 1s". Call 498-1234, 542-7216
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FOR SALE 2, 12,000 BTU A/C
used 6 months $250 each. 17,500
BTU A/C $300.00. 18 inch Carbon
Speaker Bass $125.00. Call 352-
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Total body skincare, spa pedicures,
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YARD & GARAGE
SALES
3 FAMILY MOVING SALE -
Washer / dryer, furniture, clothing,
lots of other goodies. 78 NE 122
St. off 351-A.
27
HUGE GARAGE SALE Huge
garage sale, to many things to list.
Otis Brannin Rd. off Ward Ave.
27
YARD SALE Yard sale Saturday
June 1!5 from 8 12 at the new
home of Mickey Miller.
27
YARD SALE Saturday July 1,
2006 at 8-00 a m. 1:00 p m at
St4cey Chewning's home on 212
SE 22"" Ave. Cross City.
27
BIGGEST SALE EVER -
Thursday, Friday & Saturday. 7:00
until dark. Rain or shine. Noah
Lord Road, between Hwy 19 & 55-
A Old Town.
27
CERAMICS
COME PAINT, FELLOWSHIP &
HAVE FUN with Nancy and
Friends at Nancy's Ceramic. Hours
9-5, M-W. You purchase bisque,
she supplies all your painting
needs and know how for only
$4.00, (352) 542-2955.
46-ufn
CARS, TRUCKS &
MOTORCYCLES
FOR SALE
FOR SALE 1985 Toyota Truck
Bed, very good condition, $250.00
OBO. Call Joe after 5:00 PM, (352)
463-9412.
46-ufn
TRUCK FOR SALE 1981 F-150
2 wheel drive, 300-6 cvl., 3 speed,
short wheel base. Best offer call
352-222-6508.
27
MOTORCYCLE FOR SALE Like
neW Honda Rebel, extended
warranty, good through 08/08.
5,1.70 miles. $2,000.00. Call 542-
7679.
27
FOR SALE 2005 Jeep Grand
Cherokee Laredo. 26,000 miles.
Leather, sun roof, truck is like new.
$21,000. Call 352-542-1772.
27-30
FOR SALE 1989 F-150 4x4, V-8,
S/T, New mudgrip tires. $3000
0B30. Call 498-7633.
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GIFTS
GOR SALE Unique gifts and
ileme accessories. Willow Hole Art
PWerket. 3275 NE 349 Hwy. Or call
S52-542-8674.
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HELP WANTED
FLORIDA PINE STRAW SUPPLY
COMPANY Drivers needed',
DCiss A CDL, (2) years experience
-required, DFWP, call (386) 294-
84-11.
* .. 12-ufn


.HLP WANTED Drivers Only.
H-ome every weekend! .41 loaded /
31. empty / .01 loaded miles tarp.
Pa, health, rife, dental, 401 K,
Monthly bonus. CDL-A 1 year
exerience. Grayson Mitchell. 1-
800-434-1882.
27
OUTSIDE SALES REP. Outside
aIales rep. Needed. Experience
preferred Call 352-463-8585 or fax
resume to 352-463-8722. '
27
'CARETAKER NEEDED Would
-ile to find a live-in or part-time
caretaker to take care of elderly
woman. Non-smoker preferred.


COMMI I Y E I
Adjunct Instructors Needed
Fall Term
Beginning August 21, 2006

Physical Science Instructor
Master's degree with 18 graduate
credit hours in a physical
science. Night section and internet
sections available.
General Biology Instructor Master's
degree with 18 graduate credit hours
in biology. Saturday class.
Daytime Preparatory Math
Instructor
Minimum of Bachelor's degree
College Level Math Instructor
Master's degree with 18 graduate
credit hours in mathematics.
Daytime/Nighttime classes. Contact
Paula Cifuentes at (386) 754-4260 or
Email cifuentcsp(i),lakccitvcc.cdu
English Instructor Master's degree
with 18 graduate hours in English.
Contact Holly Smith at (386)754-4360
or email smithholly(iiilakecitycc.edttI
LCCC is accredited by the Southern
Association
of Colleges and Schools
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in
Education & Employment

? JWE CITY

StOMMUHI y tE ttM1
Staff Assistant II
Secretarial work of a varied nature in
the Student Services area., working
within Athletics and Student Advising
offices High school diploma or
equivalent plus three years secretarial
or clerical experience. Proficient in
Word and Excel.
Salary: $20,583.00 annually plus benefits
Deadline for applications: June 28, 2006.
College application required. Position
details and application available on
the web at: www.lakecitycc.edu
Inquiries: Human Resource
Development
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314 Fax: (386) 754-
4594
E-mail: boettcherg@lakecitycc.edu
LCCC is accredited by the Southern
Association of Colleges and Schools
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in
Education & Employment

Food Service
Assistant Food Service
Director
As 'an AFSD, you will be
responsible for managing a
significant portion of a unit
operation. Specifically assisting
the Food Service Director in
establishing and maintaining
systems and procedures for the
ordering, receiving, storing,
preparing and serving of food
and related products, as well as
menu planning and
development. You will assist in
unit forecast and unit
accounting. The AFSD ensures
that requirements for appropriate
sanitation and safety levels in
respective areas are met.
Coordinates and supervises unit
personnel regarding production,
merchandising, quality and cost
control as well as labor
scheduling, staffing and
employee training. Conducts
period inventory; performs other
functions such as maintaining
records to comply with
ARAMARK, government and
accrediting agency standards.
Ideal candidates will possess a
Bachelors Degree in Institutions
Management, Foods and
Nutrition or other related fields,
plus a minimum of 1 to 3 years
relevant experience (years of
experience is greater for larger
unit assignments). Ability to
identify defects in the
preparation and service of food
and implement improved quality
control procedures. Ability to
communicate effectively with
clients, client s customers, and
support staff. Ability to respond
effectively to changing demands.
Experience with and knowledge
of all Microsoft Office
applications. P&L accountability
and/or contract-managed service
experience is desirable. If
interested please contact Kevin
Dey at: 352-498-9935. EOE.



Call 498-5706 or 498-3714.
26-27


HELP WANTED Would like to
find a live-in helper to take care of
elderly lady. Non-smoker. Or 'a
part-time helper. Call 498-5706 or
498-3714.
97


DRIVERS Home every weekend!
Start up to 43 bps. Health, life,
dental, vision, 401K, vacation /
holiday pay. Regional flatbed;
CDL-A Call 1-800-992-7863 ext.
126.
26-27
FIREFIGHTER No experience
necessary. All training and. travel
provided at our expense. High
school grads ages 17-34. Great
benefits package. Paid relocation.
Call 1-800-342-8123 (FLO or 1-
800-843-2189 (GA/SC).
27
DRIVERS Owners operators
77.5 cents of revenue plus fuel
surcharges! No charge backs
Benefits available. Centurion Auto
Transport. Call 1-800-889-8139.
27-28


HAIR STYLIST The New Sunset
Salon in Steinhatchee has two
open chairs for Hair Stylists. Call
Lisa Dodd at 352-498-7766.
26-28
HELP WANTED For info call
Chiefland Crab Comp. At 493-
4887.
25-28
HELP WANTED Experienced
manicurist & pedicurist at A Hair
Shop in Steinhatchee. Call 498-
2782.
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AVON REPS NEEDED Avon
reps needed in this area. Earn 50%
commission. Free gift at sign-up.
Start up kit is $10.00. Call Terri at
1-877-814-4516.
26-29


HOUSES FOR
SALE & RENT
LOT MODEL CLOSE OUT Save
$10,000 full drywall, hardwood
floors, fireplace, stainless steel
appliances, too much more to list.
1 only. Call today 1-866-755-9133.
25-27
HOME WITH ACRES Motivated
seller must sell 5 acre lot with 2
story cypress house, 2 bedroom, 1
'/2 bath, large cathedral ceilings,
fireplace, wraparound porch, metal
roof, central heat and A/C, 1220
garage, very private, no one can
build around on 3 sides, reduces
40 thousand for quick sale, 165
thousand otherwise. Call 352-498-
4286.
27
HOUSE FOR SALE Waterfront
home in Old Town. Custom 2 2
on 1.6 acres with over 400 foot on
deep water canal on Suwannee
River. All new inside, fireplace,
vaulted ceilings, large master bath,
over 1200 square foot of work
shop. Asking $295,000. Call 904-
225-0080 or 904-254-8727.
27-30
HOUSE FOR SALE 3 bed, 2
bath, blocked remodeled house,
corner lot, new roof, CC. $87,000
OBO. Central A/C & heat,
appliances. Call 542-9547.
27-28
MOBILE HOMES
FOR RENT
FOR RENT Double wide, 3
bedrooms, 2 bath, porch utility
room, double carport, central a/c.
$500.00 monthly. First & last
months rent and $200 security
deposit. 1 year lease. Call 352-
498-3772.
27
CROSS CITY 2BR,.. Mobile
Home, nice park, immaculate,
Cedar Mobile Home Park, $400.00
Month + security deposit, Call 352-
682-6681.
26-27


APARTMENTS &
ROOMS FOR
RENT
TIMBERS APARTMENTS "The
Best Place To Live". Hurry in to get
your application for our 1, 2, or 3
bedroom apts. HUD vouchers
accepted. 231 NE 97th Street,
Cross City, FL 32628 (352) 498-
3175. TDD/TTY 711. Equal
Housing Opportunity.
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ACREAGE & LOTS
PROPERTY OWNERS Own
large parcels of land and have
been thinking of selling? Have you
wondered how much it is worth?
We are based in South Florida,
and have national and international
buyers ready to purchase your
property for more than appraised
value. Call me today for a FREE
property appraisal. Let me show
you how much you can get for your
land! Maria Gomez, Keller Williams
Realty, (305) 761-4371,
commercial expert(aaol.com
26-ufn


LAND FOR SALE 1 acre, Bell
area, beautifully wooded. High &
dry, owner finance, no down"
payment, only $307.00 monthly.
Total of $29,900. Call 352-215-
1018.
24-28


PERSONAL
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE &
SEXUAL ASSAULT SERVICES:
Individual counseling and support
groups for women are offered
through Another Way, Inc.
Services are confidential and free.
Contact any of our Outreach
offices at (352) 486-3305, (352)
498-1293, (386) 758-4843 or (386)
792-2747 for an appointment or the
location and times of group
counseling. Another way, Inc. also
provides two 24-hour crisis lines,
Sexual Assault 1-866-875-7983,
Domestic Violence 1-800-500-
1119, information and referral
services, legal advocacy,
community education, and
professional training for law
enforcement, health care and
educational personnel.
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AA MEETINGS Wednesday
night, 8:00 P.M. at the Fellowship
Baptist Church, in Steinhatchee,
Florida.
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AA MEETINGS Monday nights,
8:00 p.m. Cross City Church of
Christ, McArthur Street, across
from Gooding Funeral Home. Call
1-800-613-0164.
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SERVICES


BOBCAT SERVICE palmetto
removal, site prep, fence lines
cleared, back-yard ponds dug,
heavy bush hogging, FREE
estimates, credit cards accepted,
cell 352-665-8609, home 352-542-
8609.
16-40
BAD WATER? Iron-Free's
Mandox systems remove Tannin,
Sulfur, Manganese, Turbidity, Bad
Taste & Odor WITHOUT USE OF
SALT. Kills bacteria. Low
maintenance. Guaranteed. $1,760
to $2,400 (plus tax). Standard units
complete with Mandox Filtration
System, Chlorinator, Assembly Kit,
(retention tank where needed),
Flush Cleaning and Installation.
(Call for custom & commercial
quotes.) Iron-Free Well Water
Company, Inc. Roy Jones, Opr.
Mgr. (352) 542-9817, Doyle
Barden, Rep. (352) 542-2648 or 1-
800-437-1128 ANYTIME.
www.iron-free.com
27
PEGGY LARA"S CLEANING
SERVICE Need your house or
yard cleaned? Call Peggy Lara's
Cleaning Service, we do it all. Call
352-498-1167 or 352-356-2547. If
no answer leave a message.


24,27


JIM'S PRESSURE WASHING -
Since 1985. Homes, mobiles,
walks, roofs, etc. Call Pastor Jim
Hurst at 352-498-3023.
28-31


PAINTING, PRESSURE
WASHING, pool & patio deck
building, and home improvement.
Dependable, fully insured. Call
Shamrock Services at 352-463-
1212.


BUSH HOG / HEAVY BUSH HOG
- fence lines, site prep, complete
tractor & Bobcat service. Cell 352-
542-4310. Credit cards accepted.
16-40
LESTER F. PAULK & SONS -
Remodeling, Aluminum, Soffit &
Fascia, Decks & Stairs, Vinyl
Exterior Ceilings. RR002126, RC
0026232. Call (352) 542-8592.
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BUILDING CONTRACTOR: CBC
017140, Custom homes, built on
your lot. Precision Development,
P. 0O. Box 249, 26761 SE Hwy. 19,
Old Town, (352) 542-8416.
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BURIAL MARKERS
HEADSTONES from $200.00 up.
4 corner stones $75.00. Call
Dixie Monument Co., 542-3432.
Ben Barber, Jr.
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One cannot and must no)
try to erase the past
merely because it does
not fit the present.
-Golda Meir
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TO TREASURES
Your Unwanted trinkets could be
the treasure someone has been
searching for. Don't discard
them-list in the classified for
an easy sell.
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DIXIE COUNTY ADVOCATE, CROSS CITY, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 2006


DCHS Student Attends Girl State
Crystal Toler, daughter of Diane Gamer and a rising senior at Dixie County High School
attended the 59th Annual American Legion Auxiliary Girl State held at Florida State University in
Tallahassee, June 8th through 16th. The
all expense paid trip to GIRL STATE
was sponsored and paid for by The
American Legion Auxiliary Unit 383.
Crystal was chosen as a delegate to
attend GIRL STATE which is open to
all Florida high school students in their
junior year that are returning for their
senior year, and who are residents of
the state. The delegate is chosen by the
Legion Auxiliary. Qualities that are .., l i
looked for in a delegate are an interest ,
in government, leadership ability, r f
character and honesty, scholastic g
standing, community participation and
service. Crystal exhibits all of these, as Shown above: Local DCHS student, Crystal Toler, as
she is an A/B student with a 3.8 grade she attended the 59th Annual American Legion
point average, member of the National Auxiliary GIRL STATE held at Florida State
Honor Society, Beta Club and Future University in Tallahassee, June 8 16.
Business Leaders of America.
During her one week at GIRL STATE in Tallahassee, she, along with 300 other young women
were afforded the opportunity to live together as self-governing citizens; during which time they
learned the duties, privileges, rights, and the responsibilities of American citizenship, so they might
participate in the functioning of state government.
And, did they participate! Crystal was elected by her peers to a Senator position, and actually sat
at the desk of State Senator, Ken Pruitt, District 28. During her service in the GIRL STATE senate,
Crystal, participated in introducing a bill that went through committee, was debated, and finally
made it to the floor where it was voted on by members of the senate. Crystal voted by pushing a
lighted button on Senator Pruitt's desk that tallied the vote of a senator on an electronic board.
When asked, Crystal said, "the best way to describe my full week in Tallahassee was in was
AWESOME and to sit in the state capital, and at the desk of Senator Pruitt is an experience that I
will not forget." There was never a full moment, there was something to do all the time, and the
food was great and I met a lot of new friends."
Donna Williams and Lillian Welkie, co-chair of GIRL STATE for the American Legion
Auxiliary Unit 383 indicated that this was the first time their unit had sponsored a girl for GIRL
STATE, and with the cooperation of Dixie County High School administration, hopefully, the
hopefully, the program will becoming an annual event and the program can be extended to send two
delegates from Dixie County instead of one.


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Boyd: No Missile Testing In Taylor
Air Force will not pursues Bie Bend area for missile testing range


Congressman Allen Boyd (D-North
Florida) announced Tuesday that the United
States Air Force has indicated that it will not
pursue Taylor County, or anywhere else in the
Big Bend area of Florida, as a site for missile
testing. This news comes after three years of
consideration by the Air Force of property in
Taylor County to use as a testing range.

"This is a huge victory for the people of
Taylor County," said Congressman Boyd.
"Ever since the possibility of missile testing in
Taylor County came to light, area residents
have been adamant in their opposition to a
testing range.


I'm pleased that the wishes of the local
community have been met and that this pristine
area will not be home to missile testing.
In a letter to Congressman Boyd, General
Bruce Carlson of the Air Force Material.
Command stated: "I am writing to inform you
the Air Force will not pursue the Big Bend are
of Florida for the Next Generation Precisions
Weapons range (NexGen). After considering
approximately 140 locations worldwide, the
Air Force determined a new range is not
required at this time to test long range/large
footprint weapons. Therefore, we are looking
at expanding the capabilities of existing
range(s) elsewhere to accommodate the needs
of the NexGen weaponry."


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