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Dixie County advocate
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Title: Dixie County advocate
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Publisher: Rose O. Chavous
Place of Publication: Cross City Fla
Creation Date: August 17, 2006
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*Rodeo Winners.................18
*Dixie S -iti i 1
*Political Speakings......4
*Co. Comm. Agenda.....2
*Suwannee River Fair
Important Dates........16
*Zenner Honored........12
*Wins National Award........13
*Volleyball Pics..............9
*Making It In Nashville..........8
*2nd Anniversary.........15



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]tubd1sf)inlg Mfews & Events Sor lPixie County Every WOeek, witf)out Fair, Since july 1, 1921

I...In The Suwannee River Valley at....CROSS CITY, FLORIDA

*C lassified .....................17
*Comics 10
sword Puzzle.......10
-og 2
als 16
lers To The Editor.....2
;etings & Events........4
)vies 10
uo ituaries.......................6
*Religion.................... 6-7
*Right To The Point.........2
*Sports. 9
*Tides 9
*Weather 10

Are You


For Some


Bears Kick Off
Season With Jamboree This Friday
By Terri Langford Staff Writer
Are you ready for some Bears football? Well, the time has
arrived and the Bears will be kicking off the 2006 season with their
annual Jamboree this Friday, August 18th in the Bear's Den.
The Bears will be playing the Trenton Tigers with the Junior
Varsity team kicking off at 7:30pm. The Varsity teams will play
the second half.
This year the JV players will be coached by PJ Hope with Paul
Bennett and Richard Whittington assisting. Coach Hope said that
his team is very young this year with only two sophomores
heading up the 28 man unit. However, Coach Hope is hopeful
saying, "They did very well in the Spring Jamboree, so we can
look for good things Friday."
Varsity Head Coach Brent Wilkerson is also hopeful that his
team of Bears will do well this year. "We have a very young
secondary but a strong defense," stated Wilkerson. "If we can keep
the defense healthy, avoiding any injuries, they should be able to
give the offense a chance to catch up," he added.
Wilkerson noted the team of 30 looked good during camp
several weeks ago. Held at Otter Springs this year, he gave the
Quarterback Club thumbs up for coordinating the stay and meals at
the popular spring.
"The kids worked hard and gave it their all," said Wilkerson.
"The team as a whole has improved over last year and if we keep
at it, we could make the playoffs this year."
Assisting Coach Wilkerson this year is Jerry Wayne Evans-
Defensive Line & Coordinator, Andrew Thomas-Running Backs &
Offensive Coordinator, Andy Chesser- Defensive Secondary &
Wide Receivers, and Mike Sauls-Offensive Line.
While the Bears are looking forward to Friday night's
scrimmage, they are really looking forward to their big rivalry
game with the Chiefland Indians on August 25th, at Bruce Boyette
Stadium. Coach Wilkerson added their two toughest games will be
with Ft. White (Sept. 29h) and Taylor County (Oct. 13th). "If we
pull those two games off, you will see us in thd playoffs."

Chiefland Man Prowns At

Fannbig Springs State Park
By Terri Langford Staff Writer
The' Dixie County and Levy County Sheriffs' Departments
were called to the Fanning Spring State Park last Saturday, August
12th, to help in the search for a 21-year-old Chiefland man that
disappeared while swimming.
According to a Levy County Sheriff's Department spokesman,
Michael Jerome Grant had been swimming in an area that was
designated as an area for canoe launching and closed to swimmers
when he disappeared. Grant's friends told investigators that he
(Grant) had been kidding around throughout the day, acting like he
was drowning. However at around 7:00pm he dove down, returned
to the surface and then went down again, but did not come up.
Divers from the Dixie County and Levy County Sheriffs'
Offices and Dixie County Emergency Services went to the scene
and began their search around 7:57. Grant's body was found two
minutes later in 20 feet of water.
Park authorities had warned Grant not to swim in the area of
the Park that was the Suwannee River the day prior to his
Divers noted the area he was found in was free of vegetation
and clear. His body did not show any signs of bites, bruises or
contusions. An autopsy hopefully will shed light on what caused
the young man to drown.
Dixie County Emergency Services Director Chad Reed noted
that this was the fifth dive since April of this year to which they
have responded.

Dixie District Schools

Welcome New Teachers
By Terri Langford- Staff Writer
Dixie District Schools opened their doors on August 7th for
students, but prior to. the first day of school, teachers reported back
to school. In addition, Dixie County High School welcomed seven
new teachers, Ruth Rains Middle School, two new teachers;
Anderson Elementary five, and Old Town Elementary two.
DCHS welcomes Bryan Clark Bailey to its staff, and he'll be
teaching 9th grade Science. Bryan is a bachelor and has made
Cross City his new home.
Graduating from Florida State University, Bryan taught four
years with the Department of Corrections ESE/GED/ABE and*
two years with the Department of Juvenile Justice, teaching math,
science and history.
When asked what his goals were for his students this year he
stated, "To learn different parts of Earth/Space Science and to
learn using experiential projects which is hands oh."
Also new to the DCHS Science Department is Talia Buehler.
Talia currently lives in NeN'berry. Talia received her degree at the
University of Nevada, Las Vegas where she majored in chemistry
and minored in psychology.
Her teaching experience includes a year of conversational
English with emphasis on cross-cultural communication in
Shanghai, China to 3rd and 5"t graders as well as adult teachers.
She will be working with Dixie students in chemistry, physics, and
environmental science.
Talia's goals for her classes are, "To develop analytical
thinking skills and apply concepts to everyday life.
Heather Dixon will be teaching 9th and 10th grade Applied Math
III and Intensive Math.
See "TEACHERS"page 5

Is Dixie's Shired Island Given

A Bad Rap As One Of The

Nation's Dirtiest Beaches?

Pictured above are two sunbathers enjoying a swim at Shired Island last week, even though the Health Department posted a "Poor Water Quality"
report at the park's entrance.
By Terri Langford Staff Writer
Last week newspapers from around the shellfish as some are lead to believe. Those more prevalent due to the rain runoff and
state reported the newest ranking of are performed by the Department of low tides that cause the containment to
beaches by.the Natural Resources Defense Agriculture arid Fish and Wildlife. stay in the marshy grass longer.
Council, and Dixie's Shired Island was "We started testing the water in August County Commissioner James Valentine
listed as one of the dirtiest; calling it one of 2000, and back then we tested it bi- was disheartened by the report, but assures
of 22 "beach bums". Has the small stretch weekly," Asbell noted. "This past year we the public that the Commission will do
of coast been given a bad rap? changed the testing to once a week, which what they can to get the funding needed in
According to Dixie County's Health provides more data," stated Asbell. "This order for the tests to be performed that will
Inspector Wesley Asbell, tests show poor is a limited program and with limited shed light on just what is causing the build
quality results from half of the tests recourses." The testing is preformed on up of the bacteria. "Until we get to the
performed, but the reason for the Monday with results coming back usually bottom of the problem we will continue to
contamination is not really known. "It by Wednesday and is posted in time for monitor the water as we have been for the
could be from animal fecal waste, or from weekend campers and swimmers. past two years," stated Valentine. He also
'human waste, or a combination of both, we Shired Island is a remote stretch of urged park goers to read the warnings
just don't know because the test we run beach that is located in a cove, surrounded issued by the health department, located at
does not break down the types of by a Wildlife Sanctuary and marsh. "I am the entrance.
components that make up the bacteria not going to speculate at this point as to It was noted by both Asbell and
showing up in the tests," Asbell stated. what is causing the contamination, because Valentine that despite the warnings,
"We only are looking for fecal coliform I don't know for sure," Asbell stated. swimmers continue to go into the water.
and enterococci, two indicators of water However, he feels those components are Asbell stated that there have been no
quality and when they are above the possible causes for a portion of the reports of illnesses as a direct result from
acceptable ranges we issue a warning." pollution, swimming at the beach.
Asbell stated the test the county Shired Island is the only county park
provides is performed strictly as a weekly that has a "beach" in Dixie County, and a So has Shired Island been given a bad
advisory for the bathing public. He added very small beach it is at that. During the rap...only time and further testing will
that the health department does not have summer months it is a favorite of locals, tell... is it "beach bums" or is it just
the authority to test for water quality for Summer is also when the enterococci is location and nature?

Voting Machines Tested & Ready

For September 5th Primary
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Left Judge Fred Koberlein and Supervisor of Elections Mae Beville, sign off on voting machines being
tested for the September 5th Primary. Right Commissioner Buddy Lamb is shown by Chuck Elton-
Technician how to operate the new "touch screen" voting machine.
By Terri Langford
Last week the Elections Office Canvassing Board met in the Commission Room at the
Courthouse for the testing of the voting machines that will be used during the September 5th Primary
Election. This year in addition to the Accu-Vote system used last year, "touch screen" machines will
be available for the disabled.
Several of the candidates were on hand to see how the testing process was done. The Canvassing
Board, Judge Fred Koberlein, Mae Beville, and Buddy Lamb were assisted by Chuck Elton during
the process as well as a training session on the new machines.
In 2002 the Help America Vote Act (HAVA) was enacted by the United States Congress, Florida
Law (97.0535 F.S.). In order to be in compliance with that law, the Supervisor of Elections
purchased the Direct Recording Electronics, (DRE or "touch screen). The DRE is made to assist
those who may be hearing or sight impaired. It will read the questions to the voter and simplifies the
task of voting with a numbered touch pad. The screens are large which allows for larger lettering.
Beville noted that any voter can use the DRE, even if they don't have a disability.
Currently the Elections' Office is seeking poll workers. See "VOTING''page 5

O'Brien Man


Injured In

Old Town

By Terri Langford Staff Writer
Once again Purvis Landing
Road was the location of a
traffic crash when an O'Brien
man was seriously injured after
hitting a power pole and guide
wire. This latest crash is one
of several already reported this
year on the heavily traveled
road that leads to the Purvis
Landing Boat Ramp.
FHP Trooper, B.N. Lamb
stated in his preliminary report
that the accident occurred
around 1:20 AM on Saturday,
August 12'h, 2006. Santiag5
Rodriguez, 32 was eastbouild
on Purvis when he for
unknown reasons, drove off
the road into a power pole and
telephone pedestal with the
front of his vehicle, and a
power pole guide wire with the
rear of his car.
Rodriguez sustained
serious injuries during the
crash and was transported by
Dixie EMS to Lake City
Medical Center in Lake City.
As of press time, the hospital
reported that Rodriquez had
been released. Rodriguez was
See "ACCIDENT" pg. 5


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Way to go, Joe!
I never really heard too much about Joe Liberman until th
'2000 presidential campaign. I only knew he was a US Senate
from Connecticut and a Democrat, but when he became his party
vice-presidential candidate, we all got to know him a little better.
Presidential candidate Al Gore had problems. After living i
the shadow of the flamboyant Bill Clinton for eight years, he wa
struggling to overcome a personality his critics described a
"wooden." And he also had a credibility problem, not from any fou
deed he had done, but from things like saying he invented th
Internet and the internal combustion engine was the worst thin
that ever happened to the human species.
Joe Liberman didn't lend any glamour to the ticket, but them
vice-presidents usually don't. For the most part, he was (and sti
is) as liberal as anyone would have had to be in order to get on the
ticket; but at least he wasn't a loony-left nut case like some of th
.people who have risen to prominence in the Democratic Party.
Because of Liberman's popularity among Jewish senior citizen
in southern Florida, his party narrowly missed carrying a state i
which the Republican candidate's brother was a popular governor
Meanwhile, Gore failed to carry his home state of Tennessee.
Now, however, it seems that Joe Liberman's status with hi
party has dwindled to the vanishing point. Last week, he lost th
Democratic primary election for his Senate seat to Ned Lamont,
political novice with a lot of money and plenty of support from th
likes of Michael Moore, Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton.
The primary appeared to hinge on one issue. Lamont is a cu
and-run anti-war activist, whereas Liberman persists in the weir
notion that our chances of survival might be enhanced by sticking
it out in the Middle East before we have to deal with the terrorist
in our own back yard.
Ironically, if the election had been held just a few days later-
after the British foiled a plot by home-grown Islamic terrorists t
blow up commercial airliners en route from Britain to the Unite
States-Connecticut Democrats might have awakened from the
somnambulistic condition long enough to re-think their rejection c
a seasoned senator who isn't of a mind to play footsie with
category of people who want to kill us all, regardless of political
philosophy or party affiliation.
As it turns out, Joe Liberman won't be the Democratic Party'
nominee, but he will still be running as an independent against
neophyte who nonetheless has the party's support, financial an
:otherwise. The Republican candidate has a minimal recognition
factor, and Connecticut is a "blue" state which also has a lot c
-registered independents. The polls indicate that, if the genera
election were held tomorrow, Liberman would win big. Whether c
not he can win as an independent in November will depend o
what happens between now and then.
- Republicans are hoping that Liberman, an Orthodox Jew, wi
re-think some of his liberal positions and emerge as a bona-fid
moderate now that his party has given him the brush-of
Meanwhile, the leading Washington Democrats are hoping th;
old Joe will give in to pressure to abandon his bid to seek re
election as an independent and just sort of fade away and b
I don't think that's going to happen. Obviously, if today'
heightened awareness of the Islamic terrorist threat persists unt
.November, he will no doubt stay right there in the U.S. Senate.
Remember Zell Miller? He served Georgia as a governor and a
-a U.S. senator and was a stalwart of the state's Democratic Part)
-Eventually, though, he grew disillusioned with the direction of th
:party's national leadership, wrote a book entitled, A National Part
No More, and in 2004, he endorsed President George Bush for re
:election and was the keynote speaker at the GOP convention.
Will Joe Liberman will take it hat far? Not likely;, but neither i
he likely to vote in lock-step with the party that threw him over fo
a novice whose platform is essentially appeasement and surrender.

"Special Neighbors"

Letter To The Editor
August 10, 2006
Dear Editor,
I am writing to thank the people of Steinhatchee and Jena and
specifically a few of your citizens who reminded my family and
me about the meaning of "neighbor". After a wonderful weekend
of scalloping in your area with friends and family in July, we
experienced the nightmare of all trailered boat owners we lost a
wheel bearing (and the associated wheel and tire) while driving
down CR 358 toward our home in Lakeland. After the initial
surprise of seeing my trailer tire exit the fender and explaining to
my wife that the wheel that just passed us was ours, I was able to
pull safely off the road.
Immediately, Kenny, the young man who was traveling in the
opposite direction when the "event" occurred, joined us. For the
next ten minutes, every one of your neighbors who drove by
stopped to see if we needed help.
After struggling to find a local parts shop and finding out my
insurance company had not renewed my "trailer assist" insurance,
Kenny told us that he would go home and ask. About ten minutes
later he returned with his father.
To my surprise, his father didn't just tell us where we could get
help, but started to work on the trailer. I was relieved to see he
even had new bearings with him.
As we assessed the situation, I mentioned that the hub had been
damaged. He stated that the new bearings would most likely not
make it the three hours to Lakeland with the damaged hub, but
that his friend might have a new hub.
Shortly after this, another of your neighbors arrived with a new
hub and a full set of bearings. With the help of four of your
neighbors we were soon back on the road and made it safely and
uneventfully (except for our three year old getting sick!) back to
When we offered some compensation for the two hours of their
Sunday afternoon, our "new neighbors" insisted that they would
only take enough to replace the parts they so graciously offered.
After we offered several times, they commented that, "you must
be from someplace where people don't help each other."
Unfortunately, they may be partially correct and I guess that is
what makes Steinhatchee, Jena, and small towns all across
America special.
I would like to thank Kenny, his father, their friends, and their
understanding wives for their time, expertise, parts, and for
reminding our children and us the meaning of the word
"neighbor". Hopefully, if any of you ever have a problem while
in Polk County I or one of the people I have told this story will be
at least as helpful as your neighbors were to us.
Thank you,
Douglas and Margaret Moody

Letter To The Editor
The weekend!
We worked all week and paid our taxes and had a few dollars
to enjoy with family and friends. We grabbed the boat and filled
up truck and boat with gas. Complain about the price of gas sky
high and off to the river we went.
Got to boat dock and found what a nice place, they really
fixed-up the park for everyone to enjoy. I'm glad to see tax
dollars at work. Up the river we went, enjoying life and relaxing
after our week. Life was good.
te We stopped and looked around enjoying our lives. Again we
or started up boat going up river when crash, bang, boom, glass went
's flying everywhere. It knocked driver from his seat to back of
boat. I was trying to get to him, afraid he has going out of the
n back of boat. He was yelling for me to turn off the boat. I did and
as he got to his feet.
as What had happen? A sturgeon had jumped through the
ul windshield of our boat. No, it was not a log or drunken boater, we
ie would have seen them.
.g It was an endangered sturgeon. He bent the frame and broke
the windshield of our boat. Glass and blood were everywhere.
n, Glass was embedded in us .We were shaken, but all right so we
ll start the boat back up and went to the dock. It was the end of what
at was going to be a good day.
ie Same day on the same river a person on a jet ski was not so
lucky. A sturgeon jumped up, knocking him off the jet ski and he
s ended up in the hospital.
in My point is we work hard and pay our taxes. When did our
r. lives become less important than the sturgeons? There has been
an increase .in this type of accident lately.
Sturgeons do not pay taxes or vote. What is the state going to
do about an increased population of sturgeons in the river now
e that they are endangering human lives?
a Annie Northup Old Town, FL









Sheriff Issues

Warning To

By Terri Langford Staff Writer
Sheriff Dewey Hatcher
issued a warning this past
Monday, August 14, 2006 to
vandals, in particular those
who have been stealing and
vandalizing the Keen
"We are in the process of
investigating several incidents
where graves have been
vandalized," stated Sheriff
Hatcher. "I would like to
remind those who think that it
is a fun way to spend an
evening, that it is in fact crime
and if caught, we will arrest
you," he added. "Graves
should be respected, and if you
can't respect those left behind,
then you should at least respect
those who were laid to rest
If you know any
information pertaining to any
of the incidents where vandals
have struck, please contact the
Sheriff's Office at 498-1220.

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Dixie County Courthouse
Commission Meeting Room
Cross City, Florida
Regular Meeting 6:00 PM August 17, 2006
The Dixie County Board of County Commissioners of Dixie County, Florida, will
meet on Thursday, August 17, 2006 at 6:00 PM in a regular meeting in the
County Commissioners Meeting Room, in the Dixie County Courthouse, Cross
City, Florida.
1. Call to Order
2. Invocation and Pledge to the American Flag
3. Approval of Commission Minutes from Regular Meetings July 20'i and
August 3"', 2006. Approval of amended minutes from Regular Meetings
of June 15"' and July 6"', 2006.
4. Billy Keen. Zoning Official
PUBLIC HEARINGS: Hearings concerning zoning changes as provided for in the
County Commissioners serving as the PLANNING AND ZONING BOARD and
A) 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.
5. Terry Barnes & Bill Palmer & Mike Cassidy
RE: Airport Concerns
6. Darlene Barre and Manuel Cabral
RE: Impact fees
7. Lynette McMillian, Dixie County School Board Attorney
RE: Teen Court Funding
8. Joe Ruth, County Waste Coordinator
RE: Dixie Waste Services LLC (applicant) intends to construct a waste
Gasification / Thermal Oxidizer Unit.
9. Dick Edwards, Community Programs Consultant
10. Jerry Prater, Veterans Service Officer
11. Chad Reed, Director / Chief Emergency Services
12. Howard Reed, County Road Superintendent
13. Jack Spivey, Building Official
14. Arthur Bellot, County Coordinator
RE: Small County Outreach Program Reimbursement Agreement
15. Cindy Dey, Finance Officer
RE: Financial Status Report
16. Ellen C. Sands, Clerk of Court
17. County Commission Items
18. Vouchers Approved
19. Adjourn
PLEASE BE ADVISED that if a person decided to appeal any decision made.
by the Board with respect to any matter considered at such meeting or hearings, he/
she will need a record of the proceedings, and for such purpose, he/ she will need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the
testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.
"Persons with disabilities requesting reasonable accommodations to'.
participate in this proceeding should contact (352) 486-4931 (Voice & TDD) or via
Florida Relay Service at (800) 955-8771."
The Board meets the first Thursday of each month at 10:00 AM and the third
Thursday of each month at 6:00 PM. Individuals that would like to be placed on the
agenda should call Ellen C. Sands, Clerk of Court, by 4:00 PM on Friday Preceding
the Board meeting, at (352) 498-1200.

Dixie County

Jail Log
DWLS/R. Officer Cramer.
No Valid Drivers License. Trooper Lamb.
Non Support. Deputy L. Downing.
BLATZ, LORI ANN, 35, Aggravated
Domestic Battery (Domestic), Deputy T.
Domestic Violence Battery. Deputy
Felony Driving Under The Influence.
Burglary/Residence. Deputy Garcia.
VOP DWLS/R (1 ct.), VOP Expired
Drivers License (2cts), FTA DWLS/R.
- Felony Fleeing A Police Officer.
- DWLS/R/DUI, VOP Possession -20
Grams, VOP Retail Theft. Deputy
CHAN, ROBERT D., 28, Loitering &
Prowling. Deputy Garcia.
Possession Controlled Substance (Meth).
Deputy Brannin.
HODGE, ERNEST GLEN, 50, Battery,
Domestic Violence. Deputy Simmons.
MOIR, STEVEN, 21, VOP Madison

County. Officer Matthis.
VOP Sale of Cocaine, Deputy Herring.
DUI, DWLS/R. Deputy Garcia.
OWENS, BERNARD, 51, State Bed 18
Months, Possession of Controlled
Substance, Columbia Co.

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Events For The Week Of:
August 10th -17th 2006

Medical, Donations & Volunteer
* 55 Alive Volunteer
Instructors Needed Previous
experience is of no consequence,
training sessions provided. Call:
* 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.
* Stop Addiction Drug
addiction can leave an individual
feeling helpless and out of
control, especially if you are the
family member or friend of an
addict. Narconon Arrowhead
can help. Narconon offers free
counseling, assessments and
referrals to rehabilitation centers
nationwide by calling 1-800-
468-6933 or logging onto
www.stopaddiction.com. Don't
wait until it's too late. Call
Narconon now!
* Why Spay or Neuter?
* This low cost surgery keeps your
animal healthier and helps fight
overpopulation. Millions of cats
and dogs of all ages and breeds
suffer as strays. These strays are
a result of unwanted, unplanned
litters that could have been
prevented by spaying and
neutering: Rarely surviving
more than a few years on their
own, strays die painfully by
starvation, disease, freezing or
being hit by cars. Please Think
responsibly, have your pet
spayed or neutered. Thanks You.

Clubs & Organizations
Another Way, INC Domestic
Violence and Rape Crisis Center
We offer a 24 hr. hotline,
emergency shelter, legal advocacy,
outreach services to assault and
rape. All of our services are free
and confidential. Remember Rape
is a crime... Always Rape Crisis
Hotline 1-866-875-7983
* 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
Florida Department Of
Elder Affairs Shine Program
meets every second Thursday
from 9:00am 10:00am @
Cross City Library.
Toll Free Rape & Sexual
Assault Hotline 1-866-875-
7983. A trained staff member
will answer the hotline number
24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
S Meetings & Events
AL-ANON Family Group
SMeetings are held every
Wednesday Evening @ 5:30pm
Sat the First Methodist Church
in Chiefland.. Call 490-6117
Board of County
Commissioners 1st Thursday
at 10 a.m. and the 3rd Thursday
at 6 p.m. at the County
Courthouse Commission
meeting room.
SCross-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.
SDAV Bldg. In Cross City.
Dixie County Education
Foundation 3rd Tuesday of
each month at 12 noon. Call:

' Forest Park Hill Community
Center Has a Bingo every
Monday Evening, Doors open at
4:30 pm, games start at 6:30 pm.

Funds are to support the center
and charities.
* Holy Cross Catholic Church
Bingo every Tuesday Evening
@6pm. U.S. 19. Doors open at
6 p.m. snacks available. Free
* MT Olive Cemetery, Inc-
Monthly meeting every last
Tuesday @ Jena Community
Club House 7pm. everyone is
welcome to attend. 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-
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 e-mail. The Advocate
is not responsible for errors or changes
in submissions.

Focus On The Future
Homemakers: Develop self-sufficiency and confidence, learn
job search and interview skills, create a master application and
resume, and gain basic computer skills. Finding supportive friends
is a plus. Special topic workshops are also offered covering health,
legal and employer issues.
Free classes and workshops are offered monthly. The next
classes start September 5, 2006.
If you are 35 years or older and have lost financial support, our
program can help you make the transition into the job market.
Contact the Displaced Homemaker Program at Santa Fe
Community College at (352) 395-5047 to make an intake
screening appointment. The time to try is now.

William Miles Hunter Family

Reunion To Be Held August 26th
The William Miles Hunter Family Reunion will be held on
August 26, 2006 at Jim and Carol's home on the Ichetucknee
River. We will start to gather at 10am and start serving a covered
dish lunch at noon.
We will have a brief meeting and discussion on genealogy.
Make sure you bring your swimsuits; facilities for changing
clothes will be available.
For additional information and directions, call Jim Martin at
386-365-3666 days, or 386-935-3175 evenings. You can also call
Pearl McElory at 386-752-3372.
See you there!

Political Rallies You're Invited To The Annual

Set For

Different Areas

Of The County
Residents of Dixie County
will have a chance to meet the
candidates that are vying for
various public offices in the
upcoming election. Listed
below is the date and time for
each of the events.
*Horseshoe Beach
August 19 7:00 PM
*Suwannee August 22
6:30 PM
1st District August 24
7:00 PM
*Old Town August 29
7:00 PM
*Jena August 31
7:00 PM
Cross City Park
September 2PM

DCHS Student

Picture Day
August 24th is student
picture day and Senior Portrait
make-up/retake day. Seniors
must have their pictures
completed at this time with the
school photographer in order
to be in the 2006-2007
The sitting fee for seniors
is $10.
Please call Mrs. Petrone at
498-6463 with any questions.

Come Eat

And Enjoy
Triumph Church's
Missionary and Benevolent
Department will be selling
delicious Dinners and
Sandwiches on Friday and
Saturday, AUGUST 25, and
26, 2006, at 12:00 O'clock noon
until? at the Fellowship
Building located on 134 N. E.
106, Street in Cross City.
If you would like us to
deliver please call (352) 498-
Thank you for your
patronage, and support.
Prince V. A. Glanton,

Island Fruit Salad
1 large pineapple,
peeled, cored and cut
into bite-sized pieces
2 red plums, pitted and
1 star fruit, sliced
2 tablespoons brown
1 tablespoon Tabasco
green jalapefio sauce
1 tablespoon lime juice
1 tablespoon grated
lime peel
% cup shredded
coconut, toasted

Combine pineapple,
plums, star fruit, brown
sugar, Tabasco sauce, lime
juice and lime peel in
large bowl until well
To serve, sprinkle fruit
with toasted coconut.

nletcer Reunion!i
When: August 26, 2006
Where: Fanning Springs Park
Come and bring a covered dish. Lunch will be served at
All friends and family welcome!

Dixie County Humane

Society To Hold Bake Sale
The Dixie County Humane Society will be having a Bake Sale
Friday, August 18t". from 2-6 pm in front of Hitchcock's in Old
Town. Please donate baked goods to sell or stop in and take home
a dessert. All proceeds will go to the Humane Society.

Wranglers & Rhinestones Casino Night
The GFWC Williston Junior Woman's Club has scheduled
Casino Night for Saturday, August 19, 2006 at the Williston
Highlands Golf and Country Club at 7:00 pm.' The Country Club is
located ast 789 NE State Road 121 in Williston. The proceeds from
this event will benefit the Levy County Schools Foundation, Inc.
Advance tickets are available for $25.00 at Perkins Sate Bank
or by contacting Tammie at 486-8998. Tickets will also be
available at the door for $30.00.
The club is seeking table sponsors for this event. There are
many levels of sponsorship available for this activity. Anyone
interested in sponsorship should contact Catrina at 352-528-6364.
Previous events have benefited Levy County Schools
Foundation, Boggy Creek Camp, March of Dimes, and the
Williston Youth Athletic Association. The total contributions to
these organizations have exceeded $15,000.00 in donations.
The evening will include a silent auction, door prizes, and live
auctions with winnings throughout the night. Admission includes
$10,000.00 in camping chips, complimentary buffet and a great

Apply For Part D Extra Help NOW!
SHINE (Serving Health Insurance Needs of Elders), a
volunteer program with the FL Dept of Elder Affairs, will be
assisting with Extra Help enrollment as well as counseling on
Medicare issues, including help with problems with Part D:
Prescription Drug Plans at the following sites:
Wednesday, August 23rd, 10:00-12:00 Trenton Library
2:00-4:00 Cross City Library
If you have enrolled in a Part D Prescription Drug Plan, you
can still apply for Extra Help. If you have not enrolled in a Part D
Prescription Drug Plan as yet, you may be eligible for Extra Help
in paying for the plan premium, deductible and drugs without
penalty. You must meet the following criteria to qualify:
*Single Income is $14,700 or less -Assets total $11,500 or less
*Couple Income is $19,800 or less -Assets total $23,000 or less
Assets do not count your home or your vehicles. They do
count your cash in the bank, CDs, Stocks, Bonds, cash value on
your life insurance or burial policies, and any additional property.
Ask us for details and an application!
If you are turning 65, you will be able to join a Part D Drug
Plan during the same time period as your enrollment in Part A
and/or Part B. See us to receive comparison information on plans
that will meet your drug needs.
The initial enrollment period for the Medicare Drug Plans is
over. The next enrollment period begins November 15 and ends
December 31, 2006. At that time, you may enroll in a plan or
change plans. More information will be given closer to that time.
In addition, the pharmaceuticals have begun to ease up on
their Part D restrictions on free drugs. If you previously qualified
for free drugs (prior to January 1, 2006) you may still be eligible
for help. This will be on a case by case basis. Please see us for
applications or call the drug companies you used for updated
Call 1-800-262-2243 (Elder HelpLine) if you need directions
to a site or are unable to visit one. A volunteer will return your

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Dixie District Schools
Elementary School's Menu
Breakfast Choice of Cereal & Toast, or French Toast Stix w/Syrup
Fruit Juice & Milk.
Lunch Toasted Ham & Cheese Sandwich or Fish Nuggets, Grits, Baked
Beans, Apple Crisp or Fruit & Milk.
Breakfast Choice of Cereal & Toast or Breakfast Pizza, Fruit & Milk. -
Lunch Chicken & Noodles w/Hot Rolls, or Burrito w/Salsa, Green-
Lima Beans, Fruit or Fruit Juice & Milk.
Breakfast Choice of Cereal & Toast or Eggs w/Hashrounds & Toast,
Fruit & Milk.
Lunch Chicken Nuggets w/BBQ Sauce or Sloppy Joe on Bun, French
Fries, Fruit & Milk.
Breakfast Choice of Cereal & Muffin or 2 Applesauce Muffins, Fruit &
Lunch Salisbury Steak w/Steamed Rice & Gravy, Rolls or Roast
Turkey w/Mozz Cheese on Bun, Turnip Greens, Fruit or Fruit Juice &
Breakfast Choice of Cereal & Biscuit or Ham & Cheese Biscuit, Fruit
Juice & Milk.
Lunch Pizza or Manager's Choice, French Fries, Fresh Garden Salad
w/Dressing, Fruit & Milk.

Attention RRMS Parents
School insurance deadline is August 31, 2006.
If your child has any plans to participate in any school sport
(fall or spring) that child will need proof of insurance coverage
before he/she can participate, this includes trying out for any sport.
If the child doesn't already have insurance it is available through
the school for $9.50. Please don't wait until fall or spring to take
care of your child's insurance needs. Applications will be sent
home with students.
Do not send cash!
Make checks payable to: SIA (School Insurance Agency).
After August 31 you will need to send check directly to SIA, not to
the school.

JROTC Torch Club Meeting
The JROTC will be holding their Torch Club Meeting on
Monday, August 21, 2006 at 6:30 pm. Hope to see you there!

Head Start Orientation To Be
Held August 22nd
CDI Head Start parent orientations are scheduled for August.
All parents and legal guardians are encouraged to attend parent
orientation/open house. This is the opportunity, for parents to meet
the teachers and visit your child's/children classroom and review
CDI policies and procedures.
The following is the location, time and date for The Oliver
Center Head Start/Early Head Start: Wednesday, August 22, 5:30
pm until 6:30 pm at the after-school classroom.
For more information, please contact Sabrina Tanner at 352-486-
1229 or 1-800-303-7812.

Juvenile Justice Council

Meeting Notice
The Juvenile Justice Council will meet on Thursday, August
17th, 2006 beginning at 11:00AM in the Dixie County High
School Library.
This meeting is open to the public. For more information youth
may contact Mrs. Christy Keen at 498-6410.

Dixie County Humane Society

Now Made Readily Available
The Humane Society is a 501-C non-profit charity. It is run
solely on tax-deductible donations. We have opened a thrift store
on Highway 19, next to the Carriage Inn, in Cross City. We will be
offering vouchers for low cost spay and neutering. Also, our
volunteers will be fostering dogs and cats. They will be available
for adoption at the thrift store on Saturday afternoons.
We would like your membership, donations, fostering and
volunteers. We are also taking household and pet items donations
for the thrift store.
Please send Membership Fees and Donations to:
The Dixie County Humane Society
P.O. Box 1788
Cross City, FL 32628
Call Kelli Post at (352)-498-4041for thrift store information, or
Pamela Swanson at (352)-542-1081 for membership, fostering arid
Help Support The

Dixie County Humane Society
Please come to the County Commissioners meeting Thursday,
September 21st at 6:00 pm to request land and get County support
for the Humane Society. For questions please call Pamela Swanson
at (3)' '547-1081 or Kel!i Post at (352t 498-4041.

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Heather and family, husband Rusty and three-year-old daughter Loren have lived in Lake City
for the past 6 V2 years but are in the process of relocating to Old Town.
Heather was a graduate of Dixie County High School and went on to receive her Bachelor of
Arts degree from Saint Leo University. Her teaching career to date has been 5"' grade (all subjects)
at Melrose Park Elementary in Lake City where she has participated in numerous professional
development courses, including the Florida Reading Initiatives Summer Reading Academy.

DCHS new teaching staff, Talia Buehler, Charles Jagade, Heather Dixon, Charlotte Lord, Margaret
Montgomery, Regena Roberts and Bryan Bailey and JRTOC Col. David Elder.
Heather said her goal for this year is to meet the needs of each of her students by providing
quality instruction in order to help every student achieve success on the FCAT test as well as the
College Placement Test. She added, "I am excited about returning home to Dixie County and
Charles Jagade will be heading up the biology and honors biology classes at DCHS. He has
relocated to the Old Town area. Charles has two grown children, Jennifer, 34 and Amy, 32. He
received his degree from Central Michigan University.
For the past 30 years he has taught biology, earth science, physical science, environmental
science, civics, U.S. History, economics, and world geography in both Michigan and Louisiana.
Charles hopes to create an atmosphere conducive to learning so that his students can focus on
FCAT while discovering the wonders of the living world.
Charlotte Lord is no stranger to DCHS, having served as its principal for the past nine years.
This year she has returned to the classroom where she will be instructing 10th graders in English II
and English II Honors.
Living in Old Town, Miss Charlotte is married to Chesley Lord, Sr. for 34 years, come
September 2nd. They have two children Cody and Daryl, and four grandchildren.
She received her AA at Lake City Community College, BAE at the University of Florida and
Masters At Nova University.
Miss Charlotte's experience began in the classroom in Williston where she taught English,
French and journalism. She also taught at Chiefland High School before becoming their Assistant
Principal for 11 years before making her move over to DCHS.
Miss Charlotte stated her goals for her students this year were to improve their reading and
writing skills, master the Sunshine Standards, and help increase student performance on FCAT; for
each of them to grow positively in reading, writing and attitude!
Margaret Montgomery will be instructing DCHS Opportunity Class. She and husband Timothy,
along with their children, Bob, Tracy, Gary and Leslie live in Bell.
She is currently studying Early Childhood Education through California College and will
graduate in March 2007.
Margaret's goals are to help each child learn to be successful at DCHS so they will be successful
in future endeavors.
Regena Roberts is also from Bell. She and husband Randall have four children, Orrie 14, Olivia
11, Mattie 5, and McCrae 1.
Regena will be teaching 9-12 Exceptional Student Education at DCHS. For the past several years
she has taught ESE in Levy County and at Bell Elementary. She received her BS in Special
Education at Nova Southeastern University.
Goals for her classes this year are to encourage her students to gain the academic and social skills
they need to be successful in the real world.
,s.i Ruth Rains Middle School welcomes
Karen Ganus to their staff. Karen is married to
Glen Ganus and they have two children,
.... Kenzie 15 and Kaitlyn 13. The Ganus family
resides in the First District.
Karen received her Bachelor's Degree in
Business Administration at Flagler College.
She taught 7th grade Language Arts at Bell
Middle School for a year before transferring to
Dixie where she will teach 8th grade math.
Karen says her goals are to prepare
students for high school by teaching not only
.:...-,: .. .. the academic subject, but also responsibility
and organizational skills. She added she will
strive to help every student increase his/her
level of performance.
Joining Karen at RRMS is Julie Philmon
Karen Ganus & Julie Philmon Hurst Hurst. Married to Wayne Hurst, they have
five children, Mandy NesSmith, April Knight, Julia Wheeler, Jason Hurst, and Sarah Hurst. Julie and
Wayne live in the Old Town area.
Julie has an AA in Certified Language Arts, Social Studies, and Guidance. She received her BA
in Psychology from the University of Florida.
She began her teaching career in Cross City, teaching 3 years of Language Arts and Social
Studies. The following four years she taught at Chiefland High School before becoming their
Guidance Counselor for the next 16 years. Julie will be teaching 6th grade Language Arts at RRMS.
Goals for her classes are to instill a love for reading while teaching the Sunshine Standards. She
also stated that while she has been out of the classroom for 16 years, she is glad to be back in Dixie
County where she graduated.
Anderson Elementary welcomes veteran teacher Debbie Durham to their staff. Debbie is married
to Garry Durham and they have two beautiful daughters, Karen 26 and Sarah 18. They have been
longtime residents of Cross City.
Debbie received her BA at the University of Florida in Elementary Education and Middle School
English, and her Masters in Reading at James Madison University. Debbie has taught for 25 years -
her first 13 at AES, 10 at RRMS and two years at DCHS. This year Debbie returned to AES where
She will be teaching 5th grade Reading/Language Arts.
Debbie stated she hopes to help each student to be their very best and perform to his/her fullest
.potential. "I want my students to be passionate, strategic, successful readers and learners."
Noah Germelman of Inglis, Florida will also be teaching at AES. His classes will be comprised
obf 4, 5, & 6th grade Varying Exceptionalities-Culinary & Horticulture Curriculum.
Noah has two great children, Leah 24 who teaches in North Carolina and Nathan 22, a nursing
; .student in Virginia.
Noah's educational background includes Roanoke College, VA Commonwealth University, and
Stetson. His teaching experience has been 16 years at Volusia, Duval, Levy, and Citrus Counties
where he taught severely emotionally disturbed, emotionally handicapped, autistic, specific learning
disabilities, and physically impaired students.
Noah hopes to instill a love of learning and teach pre-vocational skills with an admirable work
ethic as well as increase their independence and self reliance.

Robin Edge would like to invite you to come
:see her at The Patio Salon, located at 493 NE
214th Ave., Cross City, Florida.
Robin is new in the community, but she has
over 9 years experience as a cosmetologist
'including: cuts, styling, color, perms and "up
,do s" for Prom and pageants. Initially, she will
.be available on Mondays, Tuesdays, and
'Thursdays beginning at 9AM.

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Feel free to call (352) 498-9944 to make an appointment and
: Walk-Ins are welcome.
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as always


Danielle Rosson, Terri Peacock-Computer Tech, Debbie Durham, Tracy Locke, Tracy Lee, and Noah
Tracy Lee graduated from the University of Florida ProTech program with a Bachelor's and
Master's Degree in Elementary Education with additional specializations in reading and literacy.
Tracy will be teaching 2nd grade at AES this year after spending seven years at home raising her
children, Rob 7 and Jessie 4. Tracy is married to Robbie Lee and they reside in Cross City.
Prior to her sabbatical, she taught 2'nd grade at AES for 3 years.
Tracy stated that she is excited to be returning to AES. She hopes to bring new and innovative
hands-on math lessons and to share her passion for reading with her students.
Tracy Locke will be teaching first grade at AES. Tracy, husband Buddy and their children,
Quade, 9, Easton, 4 and Reed 8, live in the Old Town area.
Tracy went to Florida Southern College in Lakeland. She worked with the USDA Family
Nutrition Program where she taught nutrition classes for the past five years.
Tracy plans to show her class what fun reading can be and to have a great time exploring the
many ways of learning.
Rounding out the new teachers list at AES is Danielle Rosson. Danielle lives in Trenton with
hubby F. Benjamin. She received her BA in International Business with a Minor in Economics.
This will be Danielle's second year in the educational field. Last year she taught third grade in
DeSoto County. She will be teaching Varying Exceptionalities/ESE this school year at Anderson.
Danielle stated her goals for her students .
were to make the class exciting and :
academically challenging for each student.
She also plans to engage each child in the "
classroom and to involve the parents in their
children's education.
Old Town Elementary is excited to have
first year teacher, Jobi Mayo Baxter join their
staff. Jobi and son Max, 3 years old, live in
Cross City.
Jobi received her General AA at Lake City :. .
Community College and her BA in
Elementary Education at Saint Leo

Jobi Mayo Baxter & Jamie Jones
She will be teaching kindergarten and said she wants to provide a safe and positive learning
environment for her students.
Jamie Jones is our last introduction. She is married to Jarrod Jones and they have three children.
Jamie graduated form Trenton High School and St. Leo University. She presently is attending the
University of Florida's College of Special Education. At OTES she will be teaching 2nd and 3rd
blended ESE.
Her goals for her students this year, are to assist each student in obtaining grade level skills and
accessing meaningful learning material.
Welcome to you all!

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Training for the workers will
be this coming Friday, August
18. If you would be interested
in working at the polls, please
contact Ann O'Neal at 352-
From now until September
2, 2006 the elections office
will be open Monday-Friday,
9:00 AM 5:00 PM and
Saturday (August 26 &
September 2) from 8:00 AM -
4:00 PM. You can also take
advantage of Early Voting
which begins on August 21"t
through September 2"..
Absentee Ballots are due in
four days prior to the election.
Remember to exercise your
right to VOTE!

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reported to have been wearing
his seatbelt and had been
The road was closed for
over 4 hours due to the power
pole lines being down.
Damage to Rodriguez's
1996 Mitsubishi was estimated
at $5,000.00.
Rodriguez was charged
with Careless Driving and
Expired Drivers License more
than 6 Months.

Chef Paul Prudhomme's
Oyster Stew
Traditional Louisiana
Oyster Stew
4 servings
1% pints medium
Louisiana oysters
cup shallots, diced
1 pint milk
2 Tbsp. butter
Salt & pepper to taste

Over a high heat, saute
shallots in butter. Stir in
milk. Bring to boiling
point, then lower heat.
Ease in oysters. Simmer
until oyster edges furl (3-
5 minutes). Add salt & pep-
per. Serve with crackers.



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Happy 60th Anniversary

Charles & Mary Leptensky

Dad & Mom thank you both for everything.
Chuck, Elizabeth, Don, Charlene, Tim, & Theresa

Salem Missionary Baptist Church

Holds 23rd Annual Homecoming
On Saturday, August 19th at 5:00 pm the Salem Missionary
Baptist Church will hold their 23rd Annual Homecoming with a
missions dinner. Southland will also be performing at the 7:00 pm
worship hour. Our Sunday school for all ages starts at 9:45 am,
while worship begins at 11:00 am and we will have guest speakers
and singers. Evenings at 5:45 pm we will have our Discipleship
Training. Hope to see you there.

Church of God Youth Group To

Hold Car Wash August 19th
The Cross City Church of God Yi.uth Group \v.ill be ha\ ing a
czar wash on Saturday, August 19, .2006 from a.m 2 pm It i ill
le held at the Cross City Church of God Iocated at 216 SE 271 I
We want you to come out and bring \our donations. This e\ent
will help us to raise money for our trip to R,-ck the Unikerse in
Orlando, Fl.
Please come and support our youth! _

Sean Creighton & Crystal Fahr, high school sweethearts are reunited
and plan to spend the rest of their lives together.
Mike & Cathy Fahr are proud to announce the engagement of
their daughter, Crystal Ann, to Sean Lee Creighton, son of Jim
Creighton of Lakeland, FL, and Cindy & Leo Berry of Cross City,
Sean is currently stationed in Iraq and a December 2006
wedding is being planned.

if You See News In The

Making Call 498-3312

Please Vote For & Re-Elect
John "Big John"

County Commissioner
-*District 4**
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Hope Marie Bowen & Jason August Kegebein
The honor of your presence
is requested at the marriage of
Hope Marie Bowen
Jason August Kegebein
on Saturday, the twenty-sixth of August
two-thousand six
at three o'clock in the afternoon
Jesus Name Apostolic Church
3855 Old U.S. Highway 41 N.
Valdosta, Ga.
Hope is the daughter of Stephen Bowen & Lori Bowen. Jason,
is the son of Ted & Sandra Kegebein.
All family and friends are invited to attend this special day with
Hope and Jason. A reception will follow in the church fellowship

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-The Word

Made Flesh
: Mark, Number, & Name
:of the Beast
: Continued from last week. I,
the son of man, say in this
Tbessage of the Number of the
IBeast, I am not ministering the
comingg of destruction. I am just
looking at the thing that is
bringing destruction. John saw this
Ihing in the sea ( people). To
prove this, I want you to turn to
revelation 17:15. This will prove
.what the seas are. John saw this
,ill-famed woman, riding a scarlet-
oolored beast upon many water.
-She had a sign written upon her
-forehead, Mystery, Babylon the
*great mother of harlots and
abominations of earth.
', (Rev. 17:5) These are the
same water that John saw the beast
coming up out of. I, the son of
man, say if these are the same
'waters, and they are, what are
,-these waters? Let us look again at
'Verse 15. "And he saith unto me,
'the waters which thou sawest,
where the whore sitteth, are
"peoples, and, multitudes, and
nations, and tongues." Out of
these waters the beast rises up.
The mark of the beast we started
in the. Book of Genesis. Now
listen to me very closely, I want
!you to recognize a scripture fact.
-: Carnality started back in the
4,Book of Genesis, but was never
recognized as being the carnal
inind until the Apostle Paul taught
,4t in the New Testament. The word
,Carnal is not in the Old Testament.
"You will find carnally mentioned
."'three or four times pointing
directlyl at adultery between man
.and % oman, but not the word
: carnal. I, the son of man, say the
camal mind was never recognized
10s to1 hat it was, until the Apostle
.-Paul came on the scene
Sminisiering what it was, and what
apnons this carnal mind would
take against God. The Apostle
-Paul said this carnal mind was the
,,very enemy of God it created
7:,.nmity. He said it was enmity,
'.Romans 8:7). I, the son of man,
lay in the book of Genesis look at
.ihis Enmity, which God put
between the devil's seed and
:E e's seed. I have pushed the
thoughtt that the devil has a seed
* and we must learn about this seed.
'-The devil has never lost his seed,
:'because he is still alive today and
'-manifests that seed. Continued
next week.

Agape' Christian Center
North Hwy.. 349 & NE 312th Old Town
"Where You Are Known By Your Love"
Sunday Worship 10A & 6P & Children's Church 10:30A
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 For A 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 Us!
"A church where everybody is somebody & Christ is Lord"
Sunday School- 10A ** Morning Worship 11A
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.)
Bible Study 10:OOA
Morning Worship 1 1:OOA
Wednesday Evening Bible Study 7P
Minister Bill Ross (352) 339-5864

Cross City Church of God
Kenneth Street Cross City
FPr:-,:aiming The Full Gospel ForAll People"
Su-,nday School 10A. Morning Worship 11A
Cntern 3 Church 11A* Evening Worship 6:30P
Vedr.cda.,' Family Training Hour Adult & Teen Ministry,
Boy's Brigade & Girl's Club 7:30P
Rev. Ed & Sviylvia 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. Jackie 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

L First Baptist Church of Cross City
.d .US 19 Cross City
ha ave methate ieymyhavemoni abfd#andty. John b ato
w. Sunday 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 11 A
Evening Worship 6P
Wednesday Bible Study 7P
Knock & the door will open, seek & you will find, ask &
you will be given life eternaly.
Pastor Royce Hanshew (352) 542-7050

First Baptist Church of Steinhatchee
Riverside Drive Steinhatchee
ighftouse On The Gulf'
Sunday School -1OA Morning Worship 11 A
Evening Worship 6P
Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7P
Awana 6:30P
Pastor Leon Holden (352) 498-2108

IFirst Baptist Church of Horseshoe Beach
25 Main Street Horseshoe Beach, FL (352) 498-0756
"Where God's Word Is Changing Lives"

Bible Study 10 a.m. Worship 11 a.m.
Sunday Evening Worship 6 p.m.
Wednesday Bible Study/Prayer 7 p.m.
Pastor, Carlos M. Perez (352).498-0756

First United Methodist Church
22NE 138th St. Cross City
S Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors"
T. People of The United Methodist Church
S Sunr,., School 9:45A, Morning Worship 11A
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, RAs, GA's & Mission Friends
Pastor Wayne Allen (352) 498-5617

McCrabb Baptist Church
7 Miles North of Old Town on SR 349
Come Wbshp Wh Us!
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 TheAnswer For YourLife
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
Food Pantry Open 8am-11am, Mon. Thurs.
"Come LetUs Worship & Adore Him"
Sunday Worship 9:30A
Church School 11A
Wednesday Choir Practice 7P
Pastor, Rev. Carl Rainear (352) 542-7954

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

Hwy. 19 South of Cross City
Mass Sundays 11:30 A.M.
Confessions Sundays 10:45 11;15 A.M.
CCD Every Wednesday 6:00 7:15 P.M.
At St. John the Evangelist in Chiefland
Grades Pre-K thru High School

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[eOt uaries

Willie Mae Corbin
Mrs. Willie Mae Corbin of Lecanto, Florida passed away on
Sunday, August 6, 2006 at the age of 92. She had been residing at
the Seven Rivers Regional Medical Center. Mrs. Corbin was born
in Dixie County, FL in California Swamp. She moved to Ocala in
1959 and then to Lecanto in 1962.
Mrs. Corbin enjoyed spending time with her family, going to
church, gardening, flowers and fishing. She was a homemaker and
member of the Crystal River Church of Christ.
She is survived by sons, John Thomas Corbin of Homosassa,
FL and Gene G. Corbin of Fairfield, FL; daughter Margaret "Ruth"
Mitchell of Lecanto, FL; brother Wilbur Long of Old Town, FL;
sister Ruby Chavous of Old Town, FL; 13 grandchildren; 25 great
grandchildren; and 8 great-great grandchildren. She was preceded
it) death by her husband, W.O. Corbin; son, William E. "Bill"
Corbin and daughter, Catherine C. Worley.
1- A visitation was held for Mrs. Corbin was held Tuesday,
August 2, 2006 at Knauff Funeral Home, Chiefland, FL. Services
were held Wednesday, August 9, 2006 at 3:00pm at Cherry Sink
Church of Christ, Trenton, FL, with Evangelist Charlie Graham
officiating. Interment was at Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery
Arrangements were placed under the care of Knauff Funeral
Home, Chiefland, Fl, 352-493-4777.
Rosa Lee Downing
Rosa Lee Downing of Old Town passed away Wednesday,
August 9, 2006 at Ayers Health and Rehab in Trenton. She was 78
years old and of the Baptist faith. Ms. Downing was a lifelong
resident of Dixie County, an avid fisherman, a professional house
painter, a skilled cabinet maker, carpenter and gifted gardener. She
served as a nurse for disabled children during WWII.
She is survived by her sons, Raymond Sharpe of Old Town and
Randall Sharpe of Immokalee; 5 grandchildren, Samantha Sharpe
Tew, Bobby Ray Sharpe, Gabrielle Marie Odom, all of Old Town,
Jenny Sharpe Bowen and Jeremy Sharpe of Immokalee; 2 great
grandchildren, Makala Sierra Tew of Old Town and Jacob
Christopher Bowen of Immokalee and 1 great granddaughter
Kendall Rain Bowen on the way. She is preceded in death by her
mother, Claudia Mae Lee Sharpe, father, Clem Downing; daughter,
Virginia Ann Downing and stepfather M.L. Sharpe.
Funeral services were held graveside, Saturday, August 12,
2006 at 2pm at Summerville at New Prospect Cemetery in Cross
City with Rev. Royce Hanshew officiating.
Arrangements were placed under the care of Rick Gooding
Funeral Home, US Hwy 19, Cross City, (352) 498-5400.

Wanda Faye Godard
.. Wanda Faye Godard -of Old Town passed away Sunday,
August 13, 2006 at her home. She was 65 years old. She was a
lifetime resident of Dixie County and member of the Agape
Ciristian Center of Old Town. Ms. Godard was a retired letter
carrier with the US Postal Service.
: She is survived by her mother, Ercho Boyette of Old Town;
sons, Gregory V. Waters (Michelle) of Raiford and Douglas M.
Waters of Fanning Springs; brothers, Jack Boyette and Roy
Boyette, both of Old Town; 5 grandchildren and 1 great
Funeral Services were held Wednesday, August 16, 2006 at the
Agape Christian Center in Old Town at 10am with Pastor John
Clar.k officiating. Burial followed at [he Old Town Cemetery. A
visitation was held Tuesday, August 15, 2006 between the hours of
6 and 8 PM.
'Arrangements were placed under the care of the Rick Gooding
Funeral Home, US Hwy 19, Cross City, (352) 498-5400.
Andrew Jackson Lockler
Mr. Andrew Jackson Lockler of Old Town, Florida passed
away on Friday August 4. 2006, at Tri-County Nursing Home in
Fanning Springs, Florida. He was 75. Mr. Lockler was born on
June 3. 1931, in Dixie County, Florida where he resided all of his
life. He married once at the age of 43. He worked as a logger as a
young- man, then for the state of Florida. He retired from the
county as a member of the road maintenance crew, where he
received recognition for.his 14 years of dedicated service. He was
an active member of various church organizations, enjoyed
religious functions, and singing with the choir.
! He is survived by his loving sister, Voncile McAlpin of
Hawthorne, Florida, and his 7 nieces, Vernice Moore of Old Town,
Maryann Beckham of Cedar Key, Madge -Morris of Melrose,
Theresa Gilliland of Archer, Ginger Smith of Old Town, JoAnne
Cochran of Riverview, and Fabiola Lockler of Texas He was
blessed with multiple great and great-great nieces and nephews. He
was preceded in death by his older brother, John Newton Jr., his
mother Harriett Eugenia Lamb, his father John Newton Sr., and his
step-father William Parmar Lamb.
Funeral Services will be held on Saturday, August 19, 2006 at
11 AM at New Prospect Baptist Church, Cross City. Reverend
Billy Robson will be officiating.
; Arrangements were made with the assistance of Rick Gooding
Funeral Home, US Hwy. 19, Cross City, Florida. (352)498.5400.

New Prospect Baptist News
Once again, it was good to be back in God's house Sunday and
hear his wonderful Word proclaimed. Our choir and musicians did
an excellent job in both morning and evening services, as did Bro.
Billy as he delivered God's messages from I Peter 5:7-9 and 2 Cor.
4:8-9, respectively. In addition, we were blessed with a beautiful
song by Bro. Jody Mayo during the evening service.
Our nominating committee made its presentation to the church
Sunday, and was happy to report that nearly all jobs are now filled
for the coming new church year. We thank God for those who are
willing to serve on the committee, as well as the many people who
willingly share their talents and skills in teaching, church offices,
cleaning, and other areas of service which contribute to another
smooth operating year for NPBC in the advancement of our
Savior's Kingdom. Our monthly Fellowship Supper is scheduled
for Wednesday evening, August 16th, and we're looking forward to
the "Oldie Goldie Banquet" on Saturday evening, August 19th at
6:00 PM in the NPBC Fellowship Hall, celebrating our senior
adults (55 and above).
We were pleased to have visitors again Sunday, and welcome
you back, along with all new visitors...you're always welcome at
New Prospect. As always, keep the prayers going up for those on
the church prayer lists, our President and other leaders, the
situation in the Middle East, and all our people in the armed
forces. Have a good week, and may God bless you.
A Special Thank You
The family of Annie Mae Valentine wishes to take this time
and opportunity to extend our heartfelt thanks and love to each and
every one of you who showed your loving acts of kindness during
the recent illness and death of our loving mother. We may not have
told each and everyone of you personally but we want you to know
how much you are appreciated whether you called, dropped by for
a quick moment, stayed awhile, sent a card, brought food, sent
flowers, or just simply said a prayer for our family we truly
appreciate each and every single one of you.
Maxine Turner & Family
James J. Valentine & Family
Ray Valentine & Family
Larry Valentine & Family

Thank You! Thank You!

Thank You!
The Jr. Class would like to say Thank You to all of those who
made our Chicken Dinner Fundraiser a Huge success. We would
like to give a special thank you to Stanley McHenry-Foodland, Bill
Levy-Hitchcock's for donating the chicken, Melody Rollison for
the plate and condiment sets and Terrell Underhill for the dinner
We would like to say Thank You to our cooks: Billy Andrews,
J.D. Cannon, Hal Chewning, Jr., Maxie Chewning, John "Big
John" Driggers, Lenton Edmonds, Robbie Lee, Randy Music,
Chris Osteen, Steve Harris, Marvin Walker and Glenn Osteen.
Guys, you did a great job and it was delicious. Hal Jr. and Big
John, the rice was great too.
We would like to thank all the parents for preparing the potato
salad, baked beans and dessert. Thanks for helping us prepare the
plates for delivery. We are thankful that we have you to support us.
Thanks again parents.
It is nice to know we live in such a great town. Thanks to all of
you who came out and supported us.
The Dixie County High School Junior Class

Attention .
Pastor Appreciation Day
To Be Held September 3rd
We, the members of First
Baptist Church of Cross City,
FL invite each and everyone to
the Pastor's Appreciation for
Rev. A.L. Powell on
September 3, 2006 at 2:00pm.
We're asking everyone to
come and help us celebrate
another year that the Lord has
blessed us with His servant.
Looking forward to seeing
all of you!
Thank you.. .The Members

Card Of
To the folks at American
Legion Post 383, and
especially the ladies of the
Auxiliary, thank you for the
wonderful surprise birthday
party! So much good food, so
many smiling faces, such a

First Baptist Church I

Cross City, Florida .!
Invites All Ladies To A New Bible Study:


"Overflowing Joy" I

Beginning August 15, 2006 i

Tuesday At Noon

will be the teacher for this eight-week series

All Ladies Of The Community Are Welcome!

Nursery Provided For All Teaching Sessions.
Call The Church Office 498-5107 For More Information

Sponsored Bv
First Baptist Church of Cross City. Florida i .
Live the Life Ministries of Cross City, Florida
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Behold The Tabernacle Of God
Rev. 21:3
Continued from last week. I, the day of the Lord, say the more
your heart begins to ponder and you meditate upon the magnitude
of redemption that is in Christ; of the splendor, the overflowing
love of God in His great plan of redemption, the more it
overwhelms and staggers the natural mind.
In fact the natural mind cannot begin to comprehend it and for
that reason most people will not believe it, but we need to seek the
Lord for the revelation of the Spirit to see if this be so.
I, the Day of the Lord, say Col. 1:19 "For it pleased (the
Father) that in Him should all fullness dwell. Col. 2:9 "For in Him
dwelled all the fullness of the Godhead bodily. "In Him all fullness
finds it's dwelling place. We don't see this in fulfillment as of yet,
but Eph. 1:10 declares now "that in the dispensation of the fullness
of time He might gather together in one All Things in Christ both
which are in heaven and which are on Earth."
Ultimately all things are to find their sure dwelling place In
Him, for it pleased the Father, that in Him should all fullness
dwell." I, the Day of the Lord, say in turning to Ezekiel 22:30 we
read, "And I sought for a man among them, that should make up
the hedge, and stand in the gap before me for the land, that I should
not destroy it; but I found none. "And then connect a verse in
Isaiah 59:16. "And He saw that there was no man, and wondered
that there was no intercessor, therefore His arm brought salvation
unto Him; and His righteousness it sustained Him."
I, the Day of the Lord, say in this scripture is the precious truth
hidden on the Arm Of The Lord as it also applies to God's chosen
vessels for that purpose, but right now we'll limit our thoughts to
the Lord our Redeemer. When God could not find a man that could
yet bring salvation, He Manifested Himself in a body as a man to
accomplish what no other man could do. His own arm brought:
salvation, and His own righteousness sustained Him. I, the Day of:
the Lord, say Gen. 22:8 At the time God was testing Abraham, and
he went on his way to mount Mariah to offer his son Isaac as a
sacrifice unto the Lord, Isaac said to his father, "Behold, the fire
and the wood; but where is a lamb for the burnt offering? "And
Abraham said, my son God will provide Himself a lamb for a burnt
offering." It does not say that God will provide for Himself a lamb,
but it plainly says that God will provide Himself, blessed be His
name, He became our sin offering. Continued next week.

Card Of
Michelle Lea and her
family would like to extend a
heartfelt thank you to everyone
who gave so much of
themselves to help in a time of
need. I am thankful to be here
today and especially thankful
to God and my church family
for never giving up. Thank you

for all of the prayers and
Although there is still a-'
long road to recovery, all-'
prayers are still appreciated.
Again, thank you so much'
for everything.
Michelle & Family
|< Attend The
S Church of
Your Choice "
This Sunday

great time I'm touched by
your thoughtfulness and
Loretta Weichert









August 19, 2006

7:00 RM. at


The Church is located on 349, approximately 15 miles north of Old Town.

A Love Offering will be received.

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Making It In Nashville
"Making it in Nashville" is a six-part series written from the perspective of an up-and
coming country music artist trying to make his way in the Nashville music scene. The
artist's name is Kyle Wyley, and he's a hometown boy from New Mexico who's trying to
live his dream of becoming a nationally-acclaimed musician and songwriter.

This special series will feature a sweepstakes that gives your readers a chance to win a
trip to Nashville and tickets for the 40th Annual Country Music Association Awards and
their host for the show will be none other than Kyle Wyley himself.

The Beginning of a Dream
Clayton (pop. 2,524) is a small ranching community in the upper northeastern corner of New
Mexico. "You're out there in the middle of nowhere," says
aspiring country singer Kyle Wyley, who grew up on a ,
four-generation ranch well outside of town. "You really -. -
learn to appreciate and respect silence, the meaning of work
and how it should be done, right and wrong. It's just you, f
your family, the cattle and the horses out there, and you
have a lot of time to evaluate what's going on in your life." J"
In other words, there is time to dream-and that's
exactly what Kyle did. Today, those dreams have brought
him to Nashville, a thousand miles and a cultural universe '
away from Clayton. In Music City, he is taking his shot at | .
finding fame and fortune with only the power of his voice,
the caliber of his talent and the tenacity of his character.
Kyle still remembers how the dream began, 19 years
ago at a local state fair back home in New Mexico where he
accompanied his older siblings for a livestock competition.
His brother and sister went for a Sno-Cone and told 7-year-
old Kyle to wait for them in the cattle holding area. "You
get bored watching the backsides of cattle," he chuckles.
His solution: to entertain passersby in any way he could, including putting his mouth around an
industrial-strength blow drier (usually for drying off wet cattle) to hilariously contort his facial
features. He attracted a crowd and started charging admission. Before he knew it, little Kyle was
walking around the fair with 20 dollars worth of quarters in his pocket and satisfaction in his heart.
"I think that's where it began," he says. A desire had been born inside Kyle, one that would take
him a long, long way from home.
Keep reading Dixie County Advocate to find out how you can win a trip to Nashville to see
the CMA Awards with Kyle.
Bronson Announces Damage Assistance For

Aquaculture Industry
Florida Agriculture and Consumer
Services Commissioner Charles H. Bronson
today announced that the state is receiving
nearly $3.7 million in federal funds to assist
.aquaculture operations that sustained damages
from the 2005 hurricanes.

The money, which is Florida's share of
a larger allocation provided earlier this year by
the U.S. Department of Agriculture for a
number of Gulf States, will be available to
aquaculture businesses in 36 counties that were
impacted by the storms.

"I'm encouraged by the rebuilding
,process that already is under way in the
industry, and this assistance will provide
,additional momentum for that effort," Bronson

Florida's nearly $100 million
,aquaculture industry includes tropical fish,
,clams, shrimp, food fish, alligators, aquatic
plants, live rock, bait fish and other items. The
hurricanes' storm surge damaged clam and live
rock operations while inland growers sustained
damages to greenhouses, fish tanks and other
infrastructure, as well as products, as a result of
high winds and loss of electricity.
To qualify for assistance under the
;program, affected parties must meet the
following requirements:

Market Report
For the week ended August 10,
At the Florida Livestock
Auctions, receipts totaled
9,205, compared to 9,273 last
week and 9,965 a year ago.
According to the Florida
Federal-State Livestock
Market News Service:
Compared to last week:
Slaughter cows were 1.00
higher, feeder steers and
heifers were 1.00 to 2.00
Feeder Steers:
Medium & Large Frame No.
200-300 lbs 137.50-195.
300-400 lbs 115-155
400-500 lbs 106-132
Feeder Heifers:
SMedium & Large Frame No.
S200-300 lbs 125-165
300-400 lbs 107-142
400-500lbs 97-114
Slaughter Cows:
Lean: 85-90 Percent
S750-1200 lbs 40-46
Slaughter Bulls:
Yield Grade No. 1-2
1000-2100 lbs 57-67




-- Be an aquaculture facility in an eligible
-- Possess an Aquaculture Certificate of
Registration at the time that disaster
declarations were issued for Hurricanes Dennis,
Katrina or Wilma.

-- Have not received, and will not receive,
assistance covered by other disaster programs
for the same losses.
The program requires that the
assistance provided to an aquaculture producer
cannot exceed the amount of losses suffered
from the storms, and that no individual
operation can receive more than $80,000.
Eligible aquaculture operations located
in the 36 counties will receive grant program
application packages beginning on August 18.
Damage claims will be accepted for losses
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decrease. If excessive nutrients are used on the soil, they can leach into the local aquifer and cause
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by Buddy Martin

Gators Ponder

Schedule Issues
Just because ESPN.com wrote that the Florida
Gators have the toughest football schedule in the
nation this doesn't make it so. Clearly, though, .
Urban Meyer needs to set aside October for a
month of mediation, yoga and other stress-
reducing measures.
"Florida: In a word: brutal," wrote Bruce
Feldman. Well, yes. It's either going to be an
Oktoberfest for Octoberflop for Meyer's team,
which after playing Alabama at "The Swamp" on Sept. 30,
must face LSU at home, Auburn on the road and Georgia in
Jacksonville all in a row. The open date before Georgia is
the only breather.
The Gators must be careful not to focus too much
on that four-game stretch, however, because they don't
exactly have cream puffs for the first two games at Florida
Field -Southern Mississippi and Central Florida.
Meanwhile, Florida State and Miami start out by
playing each other, but it gets a lot easier form there. The
Seminoles' toughest games will be against Clemson, N.C.
State and Virginia before they get to the Gators in their last
regular season game.
Miami's schedule is patty-cake, too. The
Hurricanes' toughest outings after FSU are Virginia Tech,
Maryland and Boston College.
It wouldn't be terribly shocking to see FSU and
Miami meeting again as divisions winners in the ACC title
game, which will be played in Jacksonville's All-Tel
Quick Jump Starts
1. Reaching the 50-win mark was huge for
Tiger Woods, but it seems the stress and strain of life in
general is beginning to take a toll on his hairline and
otherwise youthful face.
2. I'm rooting for Ryder Cup Captain Tom
Lehman to win The International today and make his own
team as a player.
3. Notice how much better the Devil Rays are
looking these days, now that they're talking about Charlotte
,County as their potential spring training site?
4. Word on the baseball street is that Marlins
manager Joe Girardi and owner Jeffrey Loria are bickering
and you know who wins that one.

5. There's hope for me yet: Eric James, 33, is trying out as

a running back for FSU.

Short Stuff
Only t% o SEC head coaches call their own plays:
Georgia's Mark Richt and South Carolina's Steve Spurrier
... Spurrier's youngest son, 19-year-old Scott, has
transferred to Carolina as a walk-on wide receiver ...Coach
Rich Rodriguez of West Virginia says the spread formation
. in here to stay in college football, pointing out that four
teams won BCS games last year with it (Texas, West
Virginia, Penn State and Ohio State).
This Just In
The ACC's worst team actually got worse last
week when Duke quarterback Zack Asack was suspended
for ,e season for plagiarism. (Disclosure: I just plagiarized

that info from Mark Schlabach of ESPN.com)
Buddy's E-mail Bag
Like a few of your other readers I must fess up.
I truly enjoyed the World Cup and watched virtually all the
televised games. To put my sports IQ in
perspective, curling is one of the best
television sports ever invented ... no
S .. doubt about it. I also enjoy professional
"' hockey so I guess that puts me in a distinct
minority, but played at its best it is the
.. ... most exciting professional sport in the
* -" world and the NHL's rule changes have
gone a long way toward making hockey a
"beautiful game." Back to soccer. My
gripe is this. There were no complaints
about "football" when we had to watch
hour after hour of Mia Hamm and the U.S.
Women's Soccer Team. Why do you suppose we get so
much criticism of men's soccer? Can we not watch the best
in the world play and enjoy it, even if the U.S. men's team
deep-sixes itself.
David Baird, Punta Gorda
DAVID: We need to talk about that curling fetish.

Buddy,_ I really enjoyed your article (College football's
Garden of Eden). I know of some coaches that may be
squirming a little if they read it, and maybe some of them
are in Florida! Thanks for recognizing those coaches that
have done the best they could for sports, their team, their
school, and all of us. Keep up the good work._Ed Wilson,
Port Charlotte_P.S. I hope Larry Coker survives this
episode because he is a great leader!
ED: By "other coaches" in Florida, were you
referring to those at Edward Waters or Bethune-Cookman?
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Held August 22nd
S Dixie.Youth Soccer (DYS) will hold a meeting on Tuesday,
. August 22, 2006 to confirm plans for the fall season. The league
" needs and .iust have volunteers to hold a fall season (in order to
.have adequate number of games and fields). Previous coaches,
.referees, and other volunteers are needed at this meeting. This
- meeting is not for sign-ups. No prior association or experience is
, required for volunteers.
The dates for the season will be confirmed. There are multiple
tasks that must be filled. Once each age group has adequate
volunteers, the league will plan sign-ups for that age group. Sign
> ups will be the same time and location for all age groups, but each
age group must have adequate volunteers prior to the sign up dates.
b ROY WARD SPORTS COMPLEX (Little League Fields). Sign
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.:' be a part of the "World's most popular sport."

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Volleyball Schedule 2006
Aug. 28 Monday Trenton Home 4:00pm
Aug. 31 Thursday Chiefland Away 4:30pm
Sept. 7 Thursday Ft. White Away 5:00 pm DH
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Football Schedule 2006
Tuesday Chiefland Home 6:00pm
Tuesday Ft. White Away 7:00pm
Tuesday Starke Away 7:00pm
Tuesday Chiefland Away 6:00pm
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Tuesday Lake Butler Home 7:00pm
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Patrice's School of Dance Holds 26th Annual Recital

On Friday, August 11 an FCAT Awards Celebration was held at Anderson Elementary School. The
celebration included numerous musical games, a DJ, a pie throwing and plenty of good food. A fun
time was had by all. The students left encouraged to begin preparing diligently for the next FCAT
assessment! (Do you know who is pictured with the pie on her face?)

Springhouse Quilter's News

This butterfly, which is a beautiful work of fabric art, is an
applique piece made by Ms. Alice Gilbert and was displayed
during the Springhouse show and tell.
:. Springhouse Quilters held their regular monthly meeting on
August 8 with 35 members and 10 guests present. The guests
were several of the 4-H summer camp members returning to show
the entire guild the projects completed during the summer
sewing/quilting camp. The ladies enjoyed seeing the 4-H show
and tell and hope that the camp will encourage these young ladies
to continue using their new skills to sew and quilt.
Mary Rawlins displayed her rag jacket she made to
demonstrate the project for the August workshop. The jacket
was beautiful and will be very warm. It was made using strips of
flannel but can be made using other types of fabric. The jacket is
reversible and will be perfect for the winter cold. I hope to have a
picture of this jacket very soon.
Dee Gay was collecting "ugly" quilt blocks for use in a
challenge for members to remake into a beautiful quilt block.
Every quilter has "ugly" blocks; these are the blocks that a quilter
thinks are not pretty or good enough to be included in a quilt.
Those members participating will certainly have a challenge
making the blocks into a work of art.
Members were encouraged to complete their community
project for the year; a lap quilt to be donated to a nursing home or
to be used by needy children. Lap quilts are great for wheel chair
bound residents of nursing homes and also great for dressing up
the living area of the residents. There is always a need for the lap
quilts due to the continuous turn over in nursing homes. The lap
qiuilt becomes the property of the nursing home resident and their
' Raffle tickets for the 2006 quilts to be given away during
Trenton's annual down home days are available from Lois Scott
or Betty Willms, or any member of Springhouse. The quilts are
being displayed, alternately, in the lobby of each local bank.
Raffle tickets are also available at the time of display in each
Springhouse is beginning to make plans for their bi-annual
quilt show which will be held in the fall of 2007. Lois Scott will
become chairman of this project with assistance from Norma
Birman and all members of Springhouse. It is anticipated that
the show will be held in the same location as in previous years
which is the fellowship halls of the First United Methodist
Church and First Baptist Church in Trenton. Watch for news and
announcements on this project. There is a lot of preplanning that
has to be done before the show becomes a reality.
For additional information on Springhouse Quilters and their
projects, contact Anna Gilliam, 463 7922 or Lois Scott, 463 2207.
To those who quilt, happy quilting until next time.
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American Legion Auxiliary
Unit 383, Old Town, (1297 NE
82nd Ave) is launching our
second annual membership
drive this Friday evening,
August 18th, from 6-8PM.
Members and those eligible to
join are invited for a free drink
(with paid 2007 dues) and a
bite to eat. Also, all early
renewals will have a chance at
a prize we'll be drawing for at
8PM. Ladies, did you know
that you may be eligible to be a
member of the ALA if you are
the grandmother, mother, wife,
sister, daughter,
granddaughter, or great grand-
daughter of one who served in
the U.S. Armed Forces during
eligible periods and who died
in the line of duty during such
service, or who, having
received an Honorable
Discharge, died after such
service? If you are interested,
call the Post at (352) 542 2021,
or come check us out.
Unit 383 has become aware
of a need for school supplies at
Old Town Elementary School,
and we've made a start on
helping to supply that need.
We are asking you to make a
donation if you can, remember
that our children are our future.
Carl Miller will be
entertaining at the Post this
Thursday at 7:00PM, and stop
in early for a hot turkey
sandwich, prepared by the
ladies of Unit 383.
Our Post offers live
entertainment every Saturday
.evening and Sunday (3-7PM),
and karaoke on Tuesdays (7-
11PM). We invite all eligible
veterans and their families to
join, information on
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Zenner Honored At IFM
Anthony A. (Tony) Zenner. Ph.D. was
recently honored at the Fifth World Congress of
the International Fluency Association held in
Dublin, Ireland. The plague reads, "In
recognition of exemplary service to the
'profession and those who stutter. For his
leadership in establishing the Journal of Fluency
Zenner is the founder of the Journal of
Fluency Disorders and was its editor for 16
:years. The journal, established in 1974, is now
the official publication of the International
Fluency Association and is rated one of the best
five professional journals in the world,
according to Elsevier (New York), which has
published the journal since 1977.
In his acceptance speech, Zenner related
the journal's struggle for existence. It began in
Cadott, Wisconsin when he contacted a
childhood friend, Bernie Dupey, who at that
time owned Cadott Printing. From the
University of South Florida, Tony worked on
professional aspects of the journal such as the
editorial board, soliciting manuscripts, building
a subscriber list, etc. while Bernie "pasted up"
the articles into a readable format, printed and
,bound the journal, then mailed it from Cadott.
Zenner noted Bernie's early contribution
to the journal, in the way of support, printing
and professionalism during his speech in
Dublin. He told his audience that the Journal of
Fluency Disorders could not have begun without
his childhood friend and printer, Bernie Dupey.
Zenner shared a picture of the steel building
where the printing of Volume I was
accomplished. He contrasted its humble
beginnings to the journal today, which is
distributed by a New York publisher, rated one
of the top five professional journals, translated

into several foreign languages
libraries throughout the world.

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with a casual evening back
again by popular demand
similar to last year's opening
venue, and we call it:
DIALOGUES An evening of
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shows in a 'coffee shop'
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Chiefland. Show dates: Aug.
25-26, 2006 (NO ticket
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iFALL Production:
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22, 7pm. Show dates:
Nov.2-5, 9-12, 2006, $8/$6
group Annual benefit,
Saturday only (11/25/06)
Thanksgiving weekend,
donations accepted
WINTER Production:
(A musical based on the story
of the Princess and the Pea)
SPONSORED by Drummond
Community Bank, Show dates:
March 8-11, 15-18, 2007,
SPRING Production: The
Importance of Being Earnest
Auditions: Sat. March 17, 10
am, Sun, March 18, 2 pm.
Show dates: June 1-3, 8-10,
2007, $8/$6
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Claire, Master's Degree from the University o
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several awards for his service to those with
disorders of communication and has written an(
presented on a variety of related topics. He i:
presently writing a book about being raised ii
Dr. Zenner and his wife, Sandra from Eat
Claire, are both Speech-Language Pathologist:
in private practice in Chiefland and the tri
county area as Zenner and Zenner, P.A., Speec
Therapy Services. They served the Dixie Count)
Schools from 1988 through 1998. They reside ii
Old Town.

Sending Out Best Wishes To A Bit

Star With A Big Heart

For the past three years Tampa Bay Storm Linebacker, Nyle
Wiren, has been coming to Steinhatchee to scallop with his
friend, Tyler Osteen. Tyler and his family have gotten to know
the arena football player well, and look forward to his visits. "He
has a big heart," stated Tylers' Dad, David Osteen. "It's obvious
that he loves kids," stated Osteen. In fact, Wiren is an active
volunteer at the Cancer Center in Tamp. "He really gets close to
those kids," he added.
This year's visit brought sad news, as Wiren reported that one
of his cancer kids had passed away. The passing of the young
boy has been hard on Wiren and Tyler and his family just want
him to know they are thinking of him and how much they admire
his commitment to young people everywhere.

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Minutes of Special Meeting
Thursday, June 29, 2006
8:00 a.m.
The Dixie County School Board met
in special session at 8:00 a.m. on
Thursday, June 29, 2006 in Old Town,
Present: Superintendent Dennis W.
Bennett, School Board Members
Timothy Alexander, Patrick Bell,
David Keen, Glenn Osteen, and
Dwayne Rollison. Chairman
Alexander called the meeting to order
and Invocation was given by Dwayne
Rollison, followed by Pledge of
Allegiance to the Flag.
Motion by Glenn Osteen, second by
David Keen, the School Board
unanimously approved the Agenda
with additions and revision.
Presentation: Brian Harrington of
M.M. Parrish Construction Company
presented a check to Dixie District
Schools in the amount of $4,346.00,
which was proceeds from the Tri-
County Reading Initiative Golf
f Tournament.
n Citizen Input: No citizen input
S Regular Aienda
School Board Policy. Update -
h 8.231: A motion was made by David
d Keen, second by Patrick Bell and
s unanimously carried by the School
n Board to approve the new School
Board Wellness Policy, 8.231.
Consent A2enda
U Superintendent Bennett
s recommended approval of Consent
- Agenda. Motion by Glenn Osteen,
h second by David Keen and
unanimously carried by the School
Y Board to approve the following items
n on the Consent Agenda.
Budget Amendment No. 1 for
2005-2006: Approval of Budget
Amendment No. 1 for the 2005-2006
Fiscal year as submitted by Mary
Wemrner, Director of Finance and
Business Services.
Title II, Part A Teacher and
Principal Training and Recruiting
Fund Grant Application: Approval
Sof 2006-2007 Title II, Part A -
Teacher and Principal Training and
Recruiting Fund Grant application in
the amount of $158,891.00.
Title V, Part A Innovative
Programs Grant Application:
Approval of 2006-2007 Title V, Part A
Innovative Programs Grant application
in the amount of $3,332.00.
Title I Basic Program Grant
Application: Approval of 2006-2007
Title I Basic Program Grant
application in the amount of
approximately $656,639.00.
IDEA, Part B, Preschool Grant
Application: Approval of 2006-2007
IDEA, Part B, Preschool Grant
application in the amount of

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Dixie District Schools Food
Service HACCP-Based Standard
Operating Procedures Plan:
Approval of Dixie District Schools
Food Service HACCP-Based Standard
Operating Procedures Plan.
Statewide Voluntary Pre.
Kindergarten Provider Agreement:
Approval of Statewide Voluntary Pre:
Kindergarten Provider Agreement
between the Early Learning Coalition
of Nature Coast and Dixie County
School District, effective July 1, 2006
through August 31,2007.
Title I, Part A Local Education
(LEA) Five Year Plan: Approval of
the Title 1, Part A Local Educational
(LEA) Five Year Plan. Dates of Plan
Duration: July 1, 2006 June 30,
Transportation Plan: Approval of
the Dixie District Schools
Transportation Plan for the 2006-2007
School Year.
Out of County Student Transfers:
Approval of the following out of
county residents to attend Dixie
District Schools for the 2006-2007
school year:
Dixie County High School
(Taylor County), pending approval
of release by Taylor County School
(Taylor County), pending approval
of release by Taylor County School
Ruth Rains Middle School
(Taylor County), pending approval
of release by Taylor County School
(Gilchrist Co.), pending approval of
release by Gilchrist County School
Warrant Register: Approval of
Warrant Register numbers: 40561-
40635; 40636-40658
Additional Summer Hours, Pre-K
Staff: Approval of additional summer
hours for the following staff to keep
the Pre-K offices open to perform the
Dial 3 testing and other screenings
necessary for Pre-K children in
preparation for fall enrollment:
Judy Corbin-IA2-60-Hourly-
Diane Lord-lA2-20-Hourly-
Marilyn Philmon-ITI-20-Hourly-
Voluntary Pre-K
Edna Carter Hired For Seamless
Summer Food Program, As Needed:
Approval for Edna Carter to be paid
$9.74 per hour plus mileage when
needed for the Seamless Summer Food
Program, which runs 35 days, June 1,
2006 July 21, 2006.
North Florida Buying Group
Resolution: Approval of Resolution
to participate in the North Florida
Buying Group for the 2006-2007 fiscal
Resolutions Health Alliance, P.A.:
Approval of Contract Agreement
between the School Board of Dixie
County and Resolutions Health
Alliance, P.A. for behavioral analysis
services, effective July 1, 2006 through
June 30, 2007.

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in support of your claim or the Administration did not consider all your impairments or the Social Security Administration
failed to apply the correct legal rules. A Social Security Disability professional can give you advice about what you need
to do to prove your disability and help you gather medical evidence. A Social Security Disability professional can request
copies of your medical records and make sure these records are included in your final disability claim. Professionals
specializing in Disability claims can request that your treating doctor provide a detailed report of what you can and
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Dixie County Schools
Kidd's Korner
Fun-4-Kids, Gllchrist County Schools,
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School Board of Alachua County
Food Service, Bid No. 06-20:
Approval to "piggy back" on the
School Board of Alachua County Bid
No. 06-20 for the SY 2006-2007. The
bid contract was awarded to U.S.
Foodservice to purchase and distribute
mail-line food and related supplies to
schools in the North Florida Buying
Adjourn: Motion by Dwayne
Rollison, second by Patrick Bell and
unanimously approved by the School
Board to adjourn.
Attest: Dennis W. Bennett,
Signed: Timothy W. Alexander,

Levy County

Quilt Museum
Log Cabin Quilters met
Thursday, August 10th at the
Levy County Quilt Museum.
The Log Cabin was taken out
and next week we will put in a
"Carpenter Wheel". This one is
made with two-inch strips. The
pattern is a Log Cabin and will
take lots of quilting but it
really is different. Shirley
Murphy has finished another
top; this one is "Footprints in
the sand". Alice Mae has
finished a "Lighthouse" quilt
and it will be for sale.
Last Saturday we had a
beautiful dedication for the
gazebo and the Sullivan family
is pleased with what was done
to honor their mother.
Sunday we had the Home
Reunion here at the Museum.
with almost a hundred.
Everyone had a great time; we
had lots of children to get to
know whom they are kin to.
We are always so thankful for
the safety the Lord takes care
of us. S.J. Hall and his friends
came out and entertained
everyone and it was a great
day. Reunions are held to
know how everyone is and to
see how the children grow
from year to year. Now, we
look forward to next year.
Greg and six boys were out
Tuesday and got us looking so
good. We appreciate all the
things all the boys do and we
thank Lancaster.
Lunch was great with corn
fritters, okra, beans, potato
salad, sweet potato, chicken
casserole, and coconut pie.


Florida Forest Products

Celebrates Grand Re-Opening

Florida Department of Transportation Wins National
Award For www.nflroads.com Web site

Photo: Chip Skinner. Earth Tech; Gina Busscher, FDOT; Sandra Mancil and
.llonica Reilfiss. both of Earth Tech, hold their national award on top of the

computer screenn showing the home
ww'ii.'.///u'( ds 'nm.
The Fl-.ir i-i D.I p.iritni of Transportation
IFDOTi D[ti rr,:ti. ',|,|Il. Irt.:rmation Office,
.I, their -is.:inc of 1E..irt T-c.h, Inc., in Lake
Cir ..- j ,a ...irJe -in a :m ri,:rin Association of
SIl.te Hi!h.' .., r.Ira sp iriation Officials
(A .,5HTC-i Public .li Alt.-ir ilI Award.

The FD',-T ,.,n rhe award for the
, n. rtloa.: o:m .r, su.e in the category of
Best \\eb Sire it, C.- .ti:-ltanr. The national
coinpetiti.-n i ti l Id iiaii.il, and is open to each
meniber ;-re i ',. -IiHTi The award was
presented r, tle FD-OiT >-,,n August 1 in
Okl.ihoim:, C ir, ati tle annual National
Tranpo:rtaoiin'r Pfubli.: -\ttairs Workshop
iNTP.-A\\ .a meet Ih l.. I:,, the AASHTO
Adminiiirra.t'. SubNC,,iimiltee on Public Affairs,
'.hose minemb.rsh-hip .is pI irardL, the head of each
state aenci .'s pulli.' I l t!: r. ,,tfice.

Enmres arc j.Lude.d b, the Public Affairs
'ff ice of the vr.'. iriiin: .r:,ae ii the prior year.
L:,-r ,' ..' ni.. 'h. i.. 11 io Department of
Tri'nsp..'rr:[i ir,

page for the winning web site:

The purpose of the www.nflroads.com web
site is to provide information on current state
road construction projects in the 18 counties
that make up northeast and north central Florida
and fall under the jurisdiction of FDOT District
Visitors to the web site can view project
pages providing general information and timely
updates about the project, current traffic alerts,
related documents including technical
information, news releases, fliers and brochures
and a photo gallery. Links to other projects
within the same city, county or corridor also
appear on each project page.
In addition to project pages, the site provides
a newsroom with current news releases, travel
alerts and tips and a glossary, of construction
terms. The web site is also an effective means to
provide specific information through the use of
specialty pages like the University of Florida
advisory page, which is currently being used .to
alert students and UF fans of road construction
in the area and offers suggestions on alternate

Florida Forest Products has been ser ing the
building needs of folks in the Trn-Count% area
for -_ ',ears Last \ear the\ began a building
project of their own %with the enlarging and
remodeling of their Cross Cii, store. To
celebrate the completion of their project. the
staff at Florida Forest Products held a two dai:
Grand Re-Opening Celebration
Cross Citl, MaNor Tank Lee was on hand for
the official "ribbon cutting". Customers
:.throughout the day on both Friday and Saturday
2 were treated to coffee and donuts in the "AM"
and hot dogs, chips and sodas at noontime. The
first 50 customers received free gifts and a prize
drawing was held every hour both days!
"This was just our way of thanking folks for
- putting up with our mess over the past year,"

slated Manager Ronnie Lambert Ljmbert noted
that the hardware store hja doubled in size and
theN added a beautiful shoro.ni and paint
department. Of course the, still hi..e their large
selection ot qualitI lumber and their friendly'
ser\ ice continues t',: be one ,,f the big dra'.'. f..r
The stjff at Florida Forest Prc.ducti L ,:,uld
like to thank e\erNone ,.,ho came out [.:' help
them celebrate and for those hho, ha'.en't been
by yet, they extend their personal invitation for
you to stop in anytime.
The store is open Monday-Friday from
7:00am-5pm and Saturdays from 8-noon. For
more information on their product line you may
call 352-498-3746.

Anthony "Buddy" Philmon

Celebrates Birthday!
Our dearest Buddy,
Another birthday is here. The years are going by so
fast. It doesn't seem possible you are already 17 years
old. We are so proud of you, your kind and loving
heart. The respect you always show to others, and your
.Faith in God are just a few things that make you
special. We hope you have a wonderful birthday. May
all your dreams come true and all the good things in life
come your way.
Happy Birthday!
Papa & Granny Corbin


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Gallagher Kicks Off $250 Million

Program To Help Fortify Florida

Against Hurricanes
Goal is 12,000 homes in 12 weeks; 50,000 over the next pear
Tom Gallagher, Florida's chief financial officer, kicked off
the My Safe Florida Home program, a $250 million mitigation
program to help Floridians strengthen their homes against
hurricanes and to reduce property losses in Florida. Starting
today, Gallagher said eligible Floridians can apply for a free
home inspection and professional recommendations on how to
improve their homes' ability to withstand a hurricane. Gallagher
said that as many as 50,000 Florida households will be served
over the next year through this program.
It has been a priority for the Department of Financial
Services to get the My Safe Florida Home program up and
running as quickly as possible. Since the new law went into effect
on July 1, the Department of Financial Services remained
committed to their goal to serve as many Floridians as possible
this hurricane season, by having My Safe Florida Home open for
business less than 60 days of its creation. In fact, the Department
of Financial Services has already helped more than 23,000
Floridians find out more about how they can make their homes
safer against hurricanes.
"I applaud the Florida Legislature for providing a tremendous
financial commitment to make older homes more resistant to
damage caused by hurricanes," said Governor Jeb Bush. "With
more than three months remaining in the 2006 Hurricane Season,
I thank CFO Gallagher and the Department of Financial Services
for working to quickly implement this critical program. Fortifying
Florida through mitigation efforts will ensure our economy
remains strong in the face of future hurricanes."
"Before this hurricane season ends, my goal is to have 12,000
free home inspections completed and grants awarded to help
Floridians strengthen their homes and better protect their families
from hurricanes," said Gallagher, who oversees the Department of
Financial Services. "Fortifying homes in Florida is a common-
sense solution for the insurance crisis in our state. Governor
Bush and I are committed to building on the success of this
program and making sure every Floridian benefits by making our
homes and communities safer."
To be eligible to apply for a free home inspection, Floridians
must live in a single-family, site-built home with an insured value
of $500,000 or less and have a valid homestead exemption.
Documents verifying this information must be submitted with a
completed application. Floridians can apply on-line at
www.mysafefloridahome.com or by calling 1-800-342-2762 to
get an application packet.
Gallagher said that once an inspection has been done, the
homeowner will receive a report within 7 to 10 days that outlines
up to seven areas that could be improved to better protect the
home against hurricanes, an estimate of how much each of those
improvements would cost, the expected insurance savings the
homeowner would receive if the improvements were made, and a
rating of the home's current ability to withstand hurricanes and its
future ability with improvements.
The department has worked with the Federal Alliance for
Safe Homes (FLASH) to screen and train 130 inspectors to begin
work within the next two weeks.
An additional 400 inspectors are expected to complete the
screening and training required within the next 30 days.
Gallagher said that applying and obtaining a free home
inspection is just the first step of the program. Homeowners who
undergo the My Safe Florida Home inspection may also qualify
for matching grants of up to $5,000 to fortify their homes. As
directed by the new law to reduce hurricane exposure and
property losses in Florida, grants will be prioritized and awarded
to homeowners who live in high-risk, hurricane-vulnerable areas
of the state.
Gallagher said the department will also start screening and
,qualifying contractors to perform retrofit improvements this
.week. Gallagher also said that a registry of participating
:contractors by county and by the type of work they perform will
-soon be available on-line at www.mysafefloridahome.com or by
calling the department.
"We want to help as many Floridians strengthen their homes,
'while making sure that they get the best quality of work to protect
^their home," Gallagher said.
The department is partnering with city and county
governments, as well as non-profit organizations, to expand the
"reach of the program and to strengthen a greater number of homes
-against catastrophic storms. Gallagher said these partnerships
-will enable the My Safe Florida Home program to leverage
-resources and maximize reach by linking with local mitigation
,assistance programs already in place.

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*NEW LISTING- 3BR/1B CB home on corner paved lot in Cross City
on east side of courthouse. Dining rom, den, and large family foom. Has
2206 sf with city water & sewer. $145,000.
*2/22 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. $75,000.00.
-4 BRB/1B.A HOUSE IN WOODLAND PARK SD in Cross City. Paved
Scorner lot with privacy fence in back yard. Close to all amenities.
**"PRICED TO SELL 4.83 Acres off Marvin Martin Road north of Cross
SCity $52,900.
'* REDUCED 10 acres on Faith Baptist Church Road, south of US 19
*' 2.68 ACRES on NE 145 just outside Cross City on CR 351 $32,500.
1.38 ACRES on CR 353 near Governor Hill Lake $29,500.

* 3.31 ACRES north of Willow Hole Road $45,000. $45,000.
-*3.07 ACRES just outside Cross City off CR 351 $36,900.
*'10Qx100 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 $19,500.
*LOT 4 Camp Two Subd. off CR 351 North 2.42 Ac. $30,000.
**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.
S1 ACRE on Log Landing Road. $20,000.00.
S3 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.

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.


American Legion News
"For God iad Country. i'we associate ourselves together for
the following purposes: To consecrate and sanctify our
comradeship by our devotion to mutual helpfidness. "
These words embody one of the main principles of the
American Legion. The words are a part of the Preamble to our
Legion Constitution and speak of the mutual helpfulness of our
veterans caring for our veterans. When one of the members is in
need of help, the Post is there to do what it can to aid that member,
if nothing more than to provide moral support.
There is a place for you in the American Legion Family. For
more information about the Legion, the Legion Auxiliary, or the
Sons of the American Legion you can contact your local American
Legion Post.
In Trenton, the Jamerson-Sheffield Post 91 is located five miles
north of Trenton on US- 129 near the FFA Rodeo Arena. Post 91
meets Thursday at 7:00. Beginning at 5:30 PM, the donation
dinner will be chicken and dumplings, with dessert, and will be
served until 6:45 (or until they run out whichever comes first).
Come early, eat dinner, visit with friends and stay for the meeting.
If you have any questions about the Legion Family, someone can
answer them for you then. The Post 91 Family regularly meets at
7:00 on the third Thursday of the month.
Newberry American Legion Post 149 and the Auxiliary Unit
149 regularly meets on the first Tuesday of the month at their Post
Home on SR-26 on the west side of Newberry.
Legionnaires, if you know of any members that are sick or in
the hospital, contact your Post Chaplain to let them know. If the
Post does not know, the Post cannot help.
Remember our Armed Forces all over the world in your
thoughts and prayers every day, and here at home, watch over our
Legionnaires, veterans, widows and those families of our
servicemen and women deployed, helping out whenever and
however we can.
For God and Country, Wayne Gravely, Sgt-at-Arms-American
Legion Post 149



* Old Town, 3 BR, 2 BA NEW
HOME. Move right in! Close to
schools & shopping. 1/2 acre.
$139,000. MLS # 751563.
* Old Town, 2 BR, 2 BA
You finish, all permits in order.
4.78 acres. $139,000. MLS#

* Cross City, 3 BR, 2 BA. Many
upgrades, close to schools,
shopping. 1.16 acres.
$250,000. MLS# 752486.
* Old Town, 2 BR, 1 BA,
includes a guest home. 1.17
acres. $149,900. MLS#


* 3 BR, 2 BA, SWMH, 2.80
Acres. $115,000. MLS# 750431
* 2 BR, 2 BA, SWMH, 1 Acre.
$79,900. MLS# 751589.
* 3 BR, 2 BA, DWMH, .22 acre.
$70,500. MLS# 751787.
* 3 BR, 2 BA, DWMH, 1 Acre.
Jennings, FL. $75,000. MLS#

* 3 BR, 2 BA, DWMH, 2.80 Ac.
$118,400. MLS# 753208.
* 2 BR, 2 BA, SWMH, 1.02 Ac.
$89,000. MLS# 752746.
* 3 BR, 2 BA, DWMH, 2.26 Ac.
$115,000. MLS# 750621.
* 2 BR, 1 BA, SWMH, 1 Acre.
$65,900. MLS# 759984.


* 2.85 Ac. $45,000. MLS#
* 2.20 Ac. $10,000. MLS. #
* 1 Acre. $28,500. MLS# 750388.
* .11 Ac. $25,000. MLS# 752528.
* 2.98 Ac. $58,000. MLS#

* 8.50 Ac. $165,000. MLS#
* 2.98 Ac. $45,000. MLS#
* 4.98 Ac. $65,000. MLS# 751970
* .23 Ac. $25,000. MLS# 752175.
* 2.51 Ac. $39,900. MLS#


* 27.31 Acres, $355,030. MLS#
* 10 Acres, $150,000. MLS#
* 2.46 Acres, $45,000. MLS#
* 20 Acres, $225,000. MLS#

* 35.07 Acres, $455,000. MLS#
* 10 Acres, $164,000. MLS#
* 16.37 Acres, $225,000. MLS#
* 3.27 Acres, $249,000. MLS#





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3/2 1998 DWMH on two lots,
Lots 45 & 46 Pineywoods S/
D, 6 acres total, nicely
landscaped and fenced just off
Chavous Road, $149,500 NE
188 Ave aka Cooper Rd.

1996 3/2 DWMH on 1.25
acres with hot tub, all new
appliances, concrete carport,
rear 18x24 glass/ screen porch,
new metal roof, vinyl siding,
landscaped, with 2 storage
sheds, cul de sac, owner wants
offers asking $129,000.00 NE
424 Ave.

Other Listings:
*-Lot 2 Oak Ridge S/D, 5 acres with small cabin, well septic and power pole,
$89,900 NE 642 Ave.
**Fixer-up frame home, brick veneer, on 100'xl00' lot $25,000. Lots 39+40
Block 13, Skyline Heights 121 NE 470 Ave
*.3/2 block home on 4 three acre lots, 24 x 54 large pole barn. Large
attached five car garage, nicely treed beautiful property, One lot and home
priced at $272,000 each additional lot $45,000 each NE 575 St, Wilderness
*-3/2 home on 1 acre corner lot with paved road frontage on 55-A, includes
30 x 40 workshop, $249,000 28 SE 636 St
**3/2 1997 DWMH on 2 acres with double car carport, 10x12 barn, big
porch, fenced & gated, $149,000 NE 521 Staka Rilla Lord Rd.
-*3/2 1992 DWMH 24x48, acre lot 8 blocks 35 Forest Park Hills, Bank Repo,
$37,000, NE 441 Ave.
--2+/- quiet acres on a dead end road just off Hwy 340, approx. 1 mile from
Suwannee River, $28,000 NE 867 Ave Leon Ward Rd.
-*Lot 5 Sam Swett S/D, 2 acres, just off Hwy 349 North, $29,900 Swett
-*5.42 acres, lot 9 High Ridge Estates Subdivision just off of SR 349, nice
and quiet, $62,900 NE 944 Ave
-*Lot # 138 Suwannee River Hillcrest, I acre more or less, near river, asking
$20,000 NE 829 St
**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 25 Boat Lake Estates, 4.8 acres wooded lot, REDUCED to $65,000 NE
396 St
-20 acres, PRICE REDUCED to $185,000 property is off of 351, with 4"
well, cleared driveway and home site. NE 348th Street
-*Lot 35 John Bloom S/D, acre, new home site w/ septic, well & pwr. pl.,
$15,900 255 SE Dudley St. off Noah Lord Rd accepting offers
**5.56 acres with well. septic and power pole, two older travel trailers, on
Trading Post Road, $89,000 847 NE 835th Street
--Lot 34 Watson Homestead S/D, 2.68 acres w/ well, septic and p.p., small
pond at back of lot, located off Hwy 351,$45,000 NE 412 Ave
-*Lot 12 Edmonds Industrial S/D, 2.78 Acres on US 19 in Eugene, $75,000
on corner of SE 471 St & US 19 owner financing available
-*Lot 6 Edmonds Industrial, 2 acres with 203' frontage on US 19, $60,000
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Two Sisters Country Store

Celebrates Year Anniversary
By Terni Langford I,... itI, i .
The Two Sisters Country Store in the First District celebrated their 1st Year Anniversary under
new management. It has been just over a year that the country convenience store was bought by the
Ehsan Inc. Corporation and
Rahitm & Kabir took over.
management of the store.
We love living here,
stated Rahim. "The people
have been very good to us and
we have made many new .
friends," he added.
The little store, located at
the intersection of CR 35 1 and
SR 349 has grown under their
management. They have not -' .
only the Lottery, but Lotto as
well. Besides a wide selection '
of bottled drinks they have
fountain drinks as well as -.
Slushies and for you coffee '
lovers, cappuccinos. Beer and .
wine are also available. You 1I District Commissioner Buddy Lamb (right) stopped by to
can get cigarettes by the pack congratulate Two Sisters Country Store Managers Rahim (middle)
or by the cartoon. Their snack and Kabir (left) on their 1- Year Anniversary.
selection is large and of
course they have milk and bread for those that run out and don't want to travel to town. They also
have a great selection of cards to fit a number of occasions, like those birthdays you almost forgot.
Two Sisters Country Store works to keep gas prices as low as they can, an added bonus with
today's prices!
For your convenience food stamps are accepted as well as all major credit cards.
The store is open seven days a week, Monday-Saturday 6-10 and Sunday 7-10.
Rahim and Kabir stated they are doing a great business, in fact while interviewing them; there
was a non-stop line of customers! Here is to continued success!

Check out our website @ www.dcadvocate.net

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Finally A Teenager
Happy 13th Birthday!
We are very proud of you. You are
growing into a very fine young
lady. Keep God, family and your
goals in your heart and you can
accomplish anything. We love you
Mom, Dad, Grandma, Shannan,
Michelle, Phil, Bradley, Tori,
Samantha & Kailee

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

Got a lero family .n-d
leing for o-i priveay
We have it in this completely
remodeoledct 4 bedroom, 2 bath
home on 5-+- acres off the
Moanetee Springs Road. Drive
thru garage/workshop. -Home
has new tile. a/c heat unit.
cabinets, carpet. 4th bedroom
& bath, appliances and corlan
cou ntertops. Offered at
$269.500. (LR-F-7S1 837) 352-



Old Town 542-7835 Steinhatchee 498-7637
Mary Ross & Ronnie Edmonds Steinhatchee Office
Lois Litchfield Mills Old Town Office

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$ 42, 000

3.0 Plus Acres. Last parcel at the end of road.
Very private and lots of palm trees. Old Town.


Beautiful two story home on canal in Old Town
area. This home is just 200 yards from the
Historic Suwannee River. Nice large back yard
with gazebo. You can be fishing in your own
backyard or the river in a matter of minutes. The
Gulf of Mexico is just a nice boat ride away.


This 3 BR, 2 B Home is on 14 Acres on the
beautiful Suwannee River. Steel construction.
This is a very private location, nicely wooded.
This is a must see property.


This home has paved street frontage in Cross
City. The home is 24x36 with 8x36 front porch and
8.6x12.9 back porch. The home was re-roofed 2
years ago with metal roofing. Has been
remodeled inside with beautiful natural woods,
cedar & pine. A must see property.

'. '' .' $75 000.

Build your dream home on this beautiful property.
Covered in nice hardwood trees. Property is just
a short drive to the Suwannee River and
shopping or the Gulf of Mexico. Great for fishing
& scalloping.

Since 1958

King Realtb

t us at www.jimkingrealt
17871 NW Hwy. 19
Fanning Springs, FL 32693
(352) 463-6144 or (352) 542-

SUWANNEEI This 2 BR/2 BA DWMH is on a
deep water lake only minutes by boat in
freshwater canals to the Suwannee River and the
gulf of Mexico. It has a 2 stall boathouse,
screened fish cleaning/storage room. Florida
room with views of the lake and orange,
grapefruit and tangerine trees. The home is
completely furnished, includes 2 boat and is
waiting for you to come enjoy our excellent
fishing and quiet way of life $250.000. (DW-
748707-JM) (352) 542-9007.


in the town of Suwannee! Look across your canal
to sea natural beauty of palms & palmettos, not
to mention abundant wildlife. Take your boat or
canoe & explore pristine coastal savannah's,
Gulf of Mexico & Suwannee River or take a trip
through the 60 thousand acre National Wildlife
Refuge that borders our town! Enjoy one of the
last truly natural places in FL! It's incredible
$189,000. (DW-750440-JHM) (352) 542-9007.

w ,oo blt u r e trim.
framing. 2X04 i-nterior fr-amin-go. &B
eotr- insulation for energy
very open which le-tis to th-e
megio ficent fi. r .paIo a'-'d

antd redy for ysour family to
move in-to. SI47.5OO. (OFR-
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Investment Opportunity Very clean &
neat 2 bedroom, 1 bath, singlewide on
7 lots. Front & rear porch, 16 x 20
garage, 10 x 14 metal storage shed &
20 x 24 pole barn with concrete floor.
PRICED TO SELL! $75,900. (DMH-
752715-D) 352-493-2221.
For ov(
and let u.

City of Chiefland 3
Bedroom. 2 Bath. C/B &
Frame Home on paved
street. Central H/A, Range &
Refrigerator. $170,000. (LR-
752375-D) 352-493-2221

Quiet Country Living 3 bedroom 2
bath 1998 manufactured home on 4.8
acres. Located just North of Chiefland
with all the conveniences within
minutes drive. $139,900. (LMH-
752728-D) 352-493-2221.

Have your own piece of Paradise. Recently
remodeled 1989 3/2 SW MH on 3.10 beautiful
acres in Paradise Hammock. This home has new
carpet, vinyl, AC/Heat, pump for the well, 2 car
carport w/light 9 X 12 storage shed w/ electric,
all of this and more that is located just off paved
road. This is one that you must see to appreciate.
Close to Schools, Shopping, the Suwannee River
and public boat ramps, and the Gulf of Mexico. "
$72,900. (DMH-752334-JW) 352-493-2221.

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room with Fireplace and tile floors. Metal roof,
concrete drive, 20x40 workshop all on 4.4
beautiful wooded acres. Paved road, convenient
to Chiefland. $198.500. (LR-753069-K) 352-493-

Private and Secluded. But
Convenient to Chiefland-
This 3 Bedroom. 2 Bath with
Fireplace, on 4.8 Wooded
acres on dead end street is a
must see property if you like
wildlife, small fish pond.
walking trails. $164,900.
(LMIH-753091-K) 352-493-

New 2/2 Home On Over 3.
Acres! This Would Make AU
Great Starter, Or Empty Nest,'
Home. Beautiful Wooded Tract, .
With Privacy From Neighbors,
$110,000. Dmh-752145-Mkh)"

SWMH ON .47 AC. Home has a 14x28 addition
on the front, 8x14 addition on the rear, 8x24
covered deck., 8x12 storage shed. There is new
carpet, ceramic tile & bathrooms have been
upgraded. These are just a few of the upgrades


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Case No.: 06-0039-CA

Thomas Abare,



David Abare, Roger Riker and Bernice


TO: Roger Riker and
Bemrnice Bible
Address Unknown

Re: Lot 51, less the East 203 feet thereof,
Suwannee River Ranchetts, a subdivision
according to the plat thereof recorded in
Plat book 1 Pages 66 and 67 Public
Records of Dixie County, Florida.

Parcel ID No 27-10-13-5568-0000-0510

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has
been filed against you and that you are
- required to serve a copy of your written
Defenses, if any, to it on Lindsey Lander,
attorney for Petitioner at P.O. Box 488,
'Cross City, Florida 32628, on or before
.August 24, 2006, and file the original with
the Clerk of this Court at P.O. Box 1206,
.Cross City, Florida 32628, 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

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 the Circuit
Court's office notified of your current
address. Future papers in this lawsuit will
be mailed to the address on record at the
clerk's office.

DATED 07-27-06.

ELLEN SANDS, Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Karen D. Leverett, Deputy Clerk.



Case No.: 06-0036-CA






TO: Helen Stoneking and
TCF National Bank, Minnesota
Address Unknown

Re: Lot known as LOT 4, BLOCK 16,
fOREST PARK HILLS, an unrecorded
subdivision. Together with a 1984 New
1-laven Mobile Home. ID# 5642016431NS.
<br /> :,YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has<br /> ,-:been filed against you and that you are<br /> ,required to serve a copy of your written<br /> .:defenses, if any, to it on Lindsey Lander,<br /> -.attomey for Petitioner at P.O. Box 488,<br /> 'Cross City, Florida 32628, on or before<br /> ,August 24, 2006, and file the original with<br /> "the Clerk of this Court at P.O. Box 1206,<br /> #Cross City, Florida 32628, before service<br /> .;on Petitioner or immediately thereafter. If<br /> ,you fail to do so, a default may be entered<br /> against you for the relief demanded in the<br /> petition.<br /> <br /> * Copies of all court documents in this case,<br /> , including orders, are available at the Clerk<br /> .of the Circuit Court's office. You may<br /> * review these documents upon request.<br /> <br /> You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit<br /> Court's office notified of your current<br /> address. Future papers in this lawsuit will<br /> be mailed to the address on record at the<br /> clerk's office.<br /> <br /> DATED 08/01/06<br /> <br /> $ ELLEN SANDS, Clerk of the Circuit Court<br /> VB y: Cynthia Hernandez, Deputy Clerk.<br /> *Lindsey Lander, Attorney for the Plaintiff<br /> f L Bar No. 0144339<br /> P.O. Box 488<br /> ,Cross City, FL 32628<br /> *Telephone: (352) 498-7811<br /> *FAX (352) 498-7910<br /> 32-35<br /> LEGAL NOTICE<br /> <br /> Z IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR<br /> DIXIE COUNTY FLORIDA<br /> CASE NO.: 06-0188-DR<br /> <br /> BENJAMINN W. DYE,<br /> Husband,<br /> <br /> %nd<br /> <br /> JAMIE E. DYE,<br /> Wife<br /> I<br /> <br /> f NOTICE OF FILING PETITION FOR<br /> DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE WITH<br /> S DEPENDENT OR MINOR CHILDREN)<br /> <br /> ,'O: JAMMIE E. DYE<br /> <br /> Address Unknown<br /> <br /> <br /> I<br /> <br /> <br /> RE: Notice of Filing Petition For Dissolution<br /> of Marriage<br /> <br /> YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has<br /> been filed against you and that you are<br /> required to serve a copy of your written<br /> defenses, if any, to it on Lindsey Lander,<br /> attorney for Petitioner at P.O. Box 488,<br /> Cross City, Florida 32628, on or before<br /> August 23, 2006, and file the original with<br /> the Clerk of this Court at P.O. Box 1206,<br /> Cross City, Florida 32628, before service<br /> on Petitioner or immediately thereafter. If<br /> you fail to do so, a default may be<br /> entered against you for the relief<br /> demanded in the petition.<br /> <br /> Copies of all court documents in this<br /> case, including orders, are available at<br /> the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office.<br /> You may review these documents upon<br /> request.<br /> <br /> You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit<br /> Court's office notified of your current<br /> address. Future papers in this lawsuit<br /> will be mailed to the address on record<br /> at the clerk's office.<br /> <br /> DATED: 8/1/06<br /> <br /> ELLEN C. SANDS<br /> Clerk of the Circuit Court<br /> By: Karen D. Leverett, Deputy Clerk<br /> <br /> Lindsey Lander, Attorney for the Plaintiff<br /> FL Bar No.0144339<br /> P.O. Box 488<br /> Cross City, FL 32628<br /> Telephone: (352) 498-7811<br /> FAX: (352) 498-7910<br /> <br /> <br /> LEGAL NOTICE<br /> <br /> STATE OF FLORIDA<br /> DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL<br /> PROTECTION<br /> NOTICE OF APPLICATION<br /> <br /> The Department announces receipt of an<br /> application from Joe B. McClung, file No.<br /> 34-0266486-001-ES, to recover pre-cut<br /> submerged timber from the Suwannee<br /> River beginning near Hart Springs at<br /> County Road 344 and ending at US<br /> Highway 19. The timber recoveries will be<br /> conducted in Gilchrist and Dixie Counties.<br /> <br /> This application is being processed and is<br /> available for public inspection during<br /> normal business hours, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00<br /> p.m., Monday through Friday, except legal<br /> holidays, at the Northwest District office at<br /> 160 Governmental Center, Pensacola,<br /> Florida 32502-5794.<br /> <br /> <br /> LEGAL NOTICE<br /> <br /> STATE OF FLORIDA<br /> DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL<br /> PROTECTION<br /> NOTICE OF APPLICATION<br /> <br /> The Department announces receipt of an<br /> application from Joe B. McClung, file No.<br /> 34-0266487-001-ES, to recover pre-cul<br /> submerged timber from the Suwannee<br /> River beginning one mile south of the<br /> confluence with the Santa Fe River and<br /> ending near Hart Springs near County road<br /> 344. The timber recoveries will be<br /> conducted in Lafayette, Gilchrist and Dixie<br /> Counties.<br /> <br /> This application is being processed and is<br /> available for public inspection during<br /> normal business hours, 8:00 a.m. to 5:OC<br /> p.m., Monday through Friday, except lega<br /> holidays, at the Northwest District office a'<br /> 160 Governmental Center, Pensacola<br /> Florida 32502-5794.<br /> 33-34l<br /> LEGAL NOTICE<br /> <br /> IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR DIXIE<br /> COUNTY, FLORIDA<br /> PROBATE DIVISION<br /> <br /> File No.: 02-0404-CP<br /> <br /> Division: PROBATE<br /> <br /> IN RE; ESTATE OF<br /> <br /> EVELYN THOMPSON<br /> <br /> Deceased.<br /> <br /> <br /> NOTICE TO CREDITORS<br /> <br /> The administration of the estate of Evelyn<br /> Thompson, deceased, whose date of death<br /> was January 5, 2002, and whose Social<br /> Security Number is 262-16-1373, is<br /> pending in the Circuit Court for Dixie<br /> County, Florida, Probate Division, the<br /> address of which is Clerk of Court, Probate<br /> division, 214 NE Hwy. 351, Ste. M, Cross<br /> City, Florida 32628. The names and<br /> addresses of the personal representative<br /> and the personal representative's attorney.<br /> are set forth below.<br /> <br /> All creditors of the decedent and other<br /> persons having claims or demands against<br /> decedent's estate of whom a copy of this<br /> notice is required to be served must file<br /> their claims with this court WITHIN THE<br /> LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME<br /> OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS<br /> NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE<br /> OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS<br /> NOTICE ON THEM.<br /> <br /> All other creditors of the decedent and<br /> other persons having claims or demands<br /> against decedent's estate must file their<br /> claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS<br /> AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST<br /> PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.<br /> <br /> ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE<br /> TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION<br /> 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE<br /> CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.<br /> <br /> NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME<br /> PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY<br /> CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE<br /> AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF<br /> DEATH IS BARRED.<br /> <br /> The date of first publication of this notice is<br /> <br /> <br /> LEGAL<br /> <br /> NOTICES<br /> <br /> <br /> DATED this AUGUST 9, 2003<br /> <br /> ELLEN C. SANDS,<br /> Clerk of the Circuit Court<br /> Dixie County, Florida 32628<br /> By: Candace I. Corbin, Deputy Clerk<br /> <br /> <br /> JOHN T. HENRY<br /> P.O. BOX 284<br /> OLD TOWN, FL 32680<br /> TAX DEED 998<br /> <br /> <br /> The holder of the following certificate has<br /> s filed said certificate for a tax deed to be<br /> 1 issued thereon. The certificate number and<br /> 0 year of issuance, the description of the<br /> l property, and the names in which it was<br /> t assessed are as follows:<br /> <br /> Certificate No.: 998<br /> May 27, 2004<br /> <br /> Description of Property:<br /> <br /> Parcel No. 36-10-13-5665-0010-0120 <br /> <br /> 36-10-13-LOTS 12 & 13 BLK 10<br /> SUWANNEE GARDENS SUB DIV OR BK<br /> 122 PG 630 & OR BK 154 PG 310 OR BK<br /> 167 PG 435 1971 MH VANG-60- X 10-<br /> R-309095<br /> <br /> Subject to the restrictions of record<br /> <br /> NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED<br /> *WILLIAM 0. BRUTON<br /> HC 1 Box 320, Old Town, FL 32680<br /> <br /> WARNING: Said property being in the<br /> County of Dixie, State of Florida. Unless<br /> such certificate shall be redeemed<br /> according to law the property described in<br /> such certificate shall be sold to the<br /> highest bidder at the Dixie County<br /> Courthouse on SEPTEMBER 14, 2006 at<br /> 11:00 A.M.<br /> <br /> DATED this AUGUST 9, 2003<br /> <br /> ELLEN C. SANDS,<br /> Clerk of the Circuit Court<br /> Dixie County, Florida 32628<br /> By: Candace I. Corbin, Deputy Clerk<br /> 34-37<br /> <br /> JOHN T. HENRY<br /> P.O. BOX 284<br /> OLD TOWN, FL 32680<br /> TAX DEED 1041<br /> <br /> The holder of the following certificate has<br /> filed said certificate for a tax deed to be<br /> issued thereon. The certificate number and<br /> year of issuance, the description of the<br /> property, and the names in which it was<br /> assessed are as follows:<br /> <br /> Certificate No.: 1041<br /> May 27, 2004<br /> <br /> Description of Property:<br /> <br /> Parcel No. 36-10-13-5665-0025-0050<br /> <br /> 36 10 13 LOTS 5 & 6 BLK 25<br /> SUWANNEE GARDENS SID<br /> <br /> Subject to the restrictions of record<br /> <br /> NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED<br /> *ZENAS C. & EMMA &<br /> STEPHEN J. DECKER<br /> 3605 37th St., Moline, IL 61265<br /> <br /> <br /> August 17, 2006.<br /> <br /> Personal Representative:<br /> Elizabeth Jane Cooper<br /> Highway 353<br /> Old Town, Florida 32680<br /> <br /> Attorney for Personal Representative:<br /> Dan W. Armstrong<br /> Attorney for Elizabeth Jane cooper<br /> Florida Bar No. 506613<br /> Law Offices of Dan W. Armstrong, P.A.<br /> 822 A1A North, Suite 303<br /> Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida 32082<br /> Telephone: (904) 280-0058<br /> Facsimile: (904) 280-0109<br /> 34-35<br /> LEGAL NOTICE<br /> <br /> The Dixie County School Board announces<br /> the following School Board Policy Hearing<br /> to which all persons are invited.<br /> <br /> DATE & TIME<br /> Tuesday, September 12, 2006 6:00 P.M.<br /> <br /> LOCATION<br /> School Board Meeting Facility<br /> Highway 349 South<br /> Old Town, Florida<br /> <br /> GENERAL SUBJECT MATTER TO BE<br /> CONSIDERED<br /> Final Adoption of Revisions To School<br /> Board Policy<br /> 34-37<br /> LEGAL NOTICE<br /> <br /> NOTICE OF APPLICATION<br /> FOR TAX DEED<br /> <br /> JOHN T. HENRY<br /> P.O. BOX 284<br /> OLD TOWN, FL 32680<br /> TAX DEED 892<br /> <br /> The holder of the following certificate has<br /> filed said certificate for a tax deed to be<br /> issued thereon. The certificate number and<br /> year of issuance, the description of the<br /> property, and the names in which it was<br /> assessed are as follows:<br /> <br /> Certificate No.: 892<br /> May 27, 2004<br /> <br /> Description of Property:<br /> <br /> Parcel No. 31-10-14-5665-0034-0010<br /> <br /> 31 10 14 LOT 1 BLK 34 SUWANNEE<br /> GARDENS SUB DIV DB 28 P 141<br /> <br /> Subject to the restrictions of record<br /> <br /> NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED<br /> *GOLA BLACKMON MCBEE<br /> Route 1 Box 347<br /> Woodville, Alabama 35776<br /> WARNING: Said property being in the<br /> County of Dixie, State of Florida. Unless<br /> such certificate shall be redeemed<br /> according to law the property described in<br /> such certificate shall be soldto to he<br /> highest bidder at the Dixie County<br /> Courthouse on SEPTEMBER 14, 2006 at<br /> 11:00 A.M.<br /> <br /> <br /> This application is being processed and is<br /> available for public inspection during normal<br /> business hours, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.,<br /> Monday through Friday, except legal<br /> holidays, at the Northwest District office at<br /> 34-37 160 Governmental Center, Pensacola,<br /> Florida 32502-5794.<br /> 33-34<br /> <br /> <br /> LEGAL NOTICE<br /> <br /> STATE OF FLORIDA<br /> DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL<br /> PROTECTION<br /> NOTICE OF APPLICATION<br /> <br /> The Department announces receipt of an<br /> application from Joe B. McClung, file No. 34-<br /> 0266487-001-ES, to recover pre-cut<br /> submerged timber from the Suwannee River<br /> beginning one mile south of the confluence<br /> with the Santa Fe River and ending near Hart<br /> Springs near County road 344. The timber<br /> recoveries will be conducted in Lafayette,<br /> Gilchrist and Dixie Counties.<br /> <br /> This application is being processed and is<br /> available for public inspection during normal<br /> business hours, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.,<br /> Monday through Friday, except legal<br /> holidays, at the Northwest District office at<br /> 160 Governmental Center, Pensacola,<br /> Florida 32502-5794.<br /> 33-34<br /> <br /> LEGAL NOTICE<br /> <br /> PETITION<br /> <br /> To: The Board of County Commissioners<br /> of Dixie County, Cross City, Florida<br /> <br /> The undersigned, Lawrence R. Bush and<br /> Morris S. & Joye Woodall hereby file this<br /> Petition and respectfully ask, request and<br /> Petition the Board of County<br /> Commissioners of Dixie County, Florida to<br /> officially and properly vacate, abandon,<br /> discontinue and close that certain Portion<br /> and part of a County Public Road and<br /> Public Street, not located in an<br /> Incorporated Town, herein below described<br /> and that you also renounce and disclaim<br /> any rights and claims of the County of<br /> DIXIE and the Public in and to said land<br /> constituting said portion and part of said<br /> Public Road and Public Street or any<br /> interest therein and thereto, acquired by<br /> gift, dedication, conveyance or prescription<br /> for County Road and County Street<br /> purposes.<br /> <br /> The aforesaid portion and part of said<br /> County Road and County Street be<br /> vacated, abandoned, discontinued and<br /> closed as a County Public Road and<br /> County Public Street and also that Dixie<br /> County, a Political Subdivision of the State<br /> of Florida and the Board of County<br /> Commissioners of Dixie County, Florida,<br /> do renounce and disclaim any and all<br /> rights and claims of said DIXIE COUNTY<br /> and of the Public therein and thereto.<br /> <br /> Subject land hereinabove mentioned is<br /> situated and located at the very end of SE<br /> 224th Avenue (Victa Land), near Suwannee<br /> River in Dixie County, Florida and is<br /> described as follows; to wit: The final 25<br /> feet of SE 224t' Avenue, near the<br /> Suwannee River.<br /> <br /> We hereby state and will showeth that the<br /> <br /> <br /> WARNING: Said property being in the<br /> County of Dixie, State of Florida. Unless<br /> such certificate shall be redeemed<br /> according to law the property described in<br /> such certificate shall be sold to the<br /> highest bidder at the Dixie County<br /> Courthouse on SEPTEMBER 14, 2006 at<br /> 11:00 A.M.<br /> <br /> DATED this AUGUST 2, 2003<br /> <br /> ELLEN C. SANDS,<br /> Clerk of the Circuit Court<br /> Dixie County, Florida 32628<br /> By: Candace I. Corbin, Deputy Clerk<br /> 34-37<br /> EARL V. LINES<br /> CAPITAL CITY BANK<br /> 3418 DEER LANE RD.<br /> TALLAHASSEE, FL 32312<br /> TAX DEED 9900072<br /> <br /> The holder of the following certificate has<br /> filed said certificate for a tax deed to be<br /> issued thereon. The certificate number and<br /> year of issuance, the description of the<br /> property, and the names in which it was<br /> assessed are as follows:<br /> <br /> Certificate No.: 9900072<br /> June 2,2006<br /> <br /> Description of Property:<br /> <br /> Parcel No. 04-10-12-0000-1781-0000<br /> <br /> LEG 4 10 12 BG CEN OF SEC RUN W<br /> 645 FT S 1050 FT TO POB RN E 105 FT<br /> N 50 FT TO POB OR BK 96 PG 425<br /> <br /> Subject to the restrictions of record<br /> <br /> NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED<br /> *ANNA MARGARET HEIDELBURG<br /> 6409 Adelphi Rd.<br /> Hyattsville, ML 20782<br /> <br /> WARNING: Said property being in the<br /> County of Dixie, State of Florida. Unless<br /> such certificate shall be redeemed<br /> according to law the property described in<br /> such certificate shall be sold to the<br /> highest bidder at the Dixie County<br /> Courthouse on SEPTEMBER 14, 2006 at<br /> 11:00 A.M.<br /> <br /> DATED this AUGUST 8, 2003<br /> <br /> ELLEN C. SANDS,<br /> Clerk of the Circuit Court<br /> Dixie County, Florida 32628<br /> By: Candace I. Corbin, Deputy Clerk<br /> 34-37<br /> <br /> LEGAL NOTICE<br /> <br /> STATE OF FLORIDA<br /> DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL<br /> PROTECTION<br /> NOTICE OF APPLICATION<br /> <br /> The Department announces receipt of an<br /> application from Joe B. McClung, file No. 34-<br /> 0266486-001-ES, to recover pre-cut<br /> submerged timber from the Suwannee River<br /> beginning near Hart Springs at County Road<br /> 344 and ending at US Highway 19. The<br /> timber recoveries will be conducted in<br /> Gilchrist and Dixie Counties.<br /> <br /> <br /> Petitioners herein are the absolute and fee<br /> simple Owners of all the adjacent lots, land<br /> and property to the land and property<br /> constituting and being the above certain<br /> portion and part of said County Road and<br /> County Street.<br /> <br /> Dated this 14th day of August, 2006<br /> Morris S. Woodall, Petitioner<br /> Lawrence R. Bush, Petitioner<br /> <br /> <br /> Dixie County<br /> ADVOCATE!<br /> Subscribe Today!<br /> <br /> <br /> If Yoa See<br /> <br /> New% In T1be<br /> <br /> ?Aa1xing Call<br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> 498-3~312<br /> <br /> <br /> Are You Prepared?<br /> <br /> Call Us To Find Our!<br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> LANGSTON INSURANCE<br /> <br /> 179 NE 35i Hwy *P.O. Box 670<br /> Cross City, FL 32628<br /> <br /> Ph. (352)498-3328<br /> <br /> *Betty Mills<br /> <br /> *Tommy Cooper<br /> <br /> <br /> SAVE THESE DATES!<br /> We're kicking off the year with a casual evening back again by<br /> popular demand similar to last year's opening venue, and we call<br /> it: MONOLOGUES & DIALOGUES An evening of scenes<br /> from assorted popular shows in a 'coffee shop' setting, with<br /> sponsorship by SUNDAY'S Restaurant in Chiefland. Show dates:<br /> Aug. 25-26, 2006 (NO ticket charge, but donations gladly<br /> accepted)<br /> FALL Production: LITTLE WOMEN: Auditions: Aug. 19, 10<br /> am, and/or Aug. 22, 7pm. Show dates: Nov.2-5, 9-12, 2006,<br /> $8/$6<br /> THANKSGIVING SPECIAL: SOMERSET folk group -<br /> Annual benefit Saturday only (11/25/06) Thanksgiving weekend,<br /> donations accepted<br /> WINTER Production: ONCE UPON A MATTRESS ( A<br /> musical based on the story of the Princess and the Pea)<br /> SPONSORED by Drummond Community Bank<br /> Show dates: March 8-11, 15-18, 2007, $10/$7<br /> SPRING Production: The Importance of Being Earnest<br /> Auditions: Sat. March 17, 10 am, Sun, March 18, 2 pm. Show<br /> dates: June 1-3, 8-10, 2007, $8/$6<br /> Summer Classics "TO BE.... ....Announced! Late July, early<br /> Aug., 2007, $8/$6<br /> For complete information, updates, discount tickets, holdover<br /> dates, etc., through the year, please check our website, courtesy of<br /> Suwannee Valley Internet & Computers at: www.svplayers.com<br /> TAKE PART in the ARTS in our area! SVP NEEDS YOUR<br /> SUPPORT to help provide great entertainment to our community.<br /> Our current fund-raising goal is to paint our historic building and<br /> purchase a historically accurate marquee! IF you can help in ANY<br /> way money, labor, referrals, material donations, business or talent<br /> trade outs for advertising, tax donation credit or free tickets, please<br /> contact us at: PO Box 550, Chiefland, FL 32644, email:<br /> SVPlayers@aol.com, ph: 352-493-ARTS. Come see and support<br /> LIVE THEATRE in our community!<br /> <br /> <br /> ATTENTION<br /> <br /> <br /> 4-H & FFA Members<br /> <br /> Suwannee River Fair Announces<br /> <br /> Mandatory Meeting Dates<br /> The Suwannee River Fair Board of Directors met Monday, July<br /> 31st to discuss many important issues pertaining to the 2007 Fair.<br /> Issues included mandatory meetings for all exhibitors, new rule<br /> changes affecting all exhibitors, weigh-in and tag-in dates, date<br /> and time for the annual meeting, and possible schedule changes.<br /> Mandatory meeting dates have been scheduled as follows:<br /> August 21 7PM Fat Steers, Feeder Steers,<br /> Swine, Heifers<br /> August 28 7PM Dairy, Horse, Poultry, Rabbit,<br /> Home Economics<br /> September 18 7PM All Exhibitors<br /> All meetings are to be held at the Fairgrounds. Exhibitors are<br /> required to attend a meeting designated for the show they wish to<br /> enter. Entry forms will be given out at these meetings and no<br /> where else. You must attend these meetings to participate.<br /> Along with the entry forms being handed out, new important rules<br /> will be discussed.<br /> The weigh-in and tag-in dates are as follows:<br /> October 7 7-10AM Fat Steer Weigh-In<br /> December 1 3:30-5:30PM Feeder Steer Weigh-In<br /> December 2 7-10AM Swine Tag-In<br /> December 2 12-2PM Heifer Tag-In<br /> January 2 NOON All other Entry Forms Due<br /> This year's annual meeting is set for September 25 at 7PM at<br /> the Fair Office. New directors and officers will be elected and<br /> important issues involving this year's fair will be discussed.. All<br /> concerned members are encouraged to attend.<br /> Any questions, contact the Dixie County Extension Office at<br /> 498-1237.<br /> <br /> <br /> a<br /> <br /> <br /> Page 16<br /> <br /> <br /> t<br /> <br /> <br /> I<br /> <br /> <br /> <br /><br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> DIXIE COUNTY ADVOCATE, CROSS CITY, FLORIDA THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 2006<br /> <br /> <br /> GET RESULTS.......... FAST<br /> <br /> <br /> DIMmf S -Nmms<br /> <br /> <br /> ACREAGE & LOTS<br /> FOR SALE<br /> FOR SALE 90 X 145 Lot, within<br /> city limits of Cross City. City water,<br /> city sewage, septic tank. Zone<br /> house or mobile home. Chain link<br /> fence. $45,000 Possible owner<br /> financing with 1/3 down. 352-498-<br /> 5388.<br /> 34-35<br /> 5 HIGH/DRY WOODED ACRES off<br /> .Chavous Road in Old Town. MH<br /> allowed, but call for restrictions and<br /> more details. (352) 493-2596 after<br /> 5:30pm.<br /> 33-34<br /> PROPERTY FOR SALE IN OLD<br /> TOWN Beautiful wooded 2.03 acre<br /> corner lot with paved road frontage.<br /> Lot 45 Blue Jay Subdivision (NE 272<br /> Avenue and 712 Street). Located<br /> one block off of CR 349 Close to<br /> Suwannee River, Purvis Boat<br /> Landing, and shopping. $35,000.00.<br /> Please call owner at (352) 267-<br /> 4751.<br /> 31-34<br /> APARTMENTS &<br /> ROOMS FOR RENT<br /> TIMBERS APARTMENTS "The<br /> Best Place To Live". Hurry in to get<br /> your application for our 1, 2, or 3<br /> bedroom apts. HUD vouchers<br /> accepted. 231 NE 971h Street, Cross<br /> City, FL 32628 (352) 498-3175.<br /> TDD/TTY 711. Equal Housing<br /> Opportunity.<br /> ufn<br /> AUCTIONS<br /> AUCTION: Open to the public every<br /> Saturday, 6:00 pm, Hwy 19 (old<br /> drive-in). Now taking consignments,<br /> we do estate sales, liquidations and<br /> bankruptcies. Tri-State Auction<br /> Service, AD#2011, UA#2021/2548.<br /> Call Toll Free 1-866-243-8972.<br /> 33 ufn<br /> BEAUTY<br /> NAIL SPA & FACIAL STUDIO -<br /> Total body skincare, spa pedicures,<br /> manicures & facials Cross City,<br /> 352-356-1381.Spa-tacular Gifts to<br /> go! Also Have Mary Kay.<br /> Ufn<br /> BUSINESS<br /> OPPORTUNITIES<br /> FOR RENT/SALE Beauty Shop, -<br /> SBooth Rental, Rent-To-Own, Buy<br /> Outright. Guys & Gals Beauty Salon.<br /> Serious inquiries only. Call 498-<br /> 3771.<br /> 34-35<br /> <br /> <br /> CARS & TRUCKS<br /> <br /> <br /> FOR SALE<br /> FOR SALE 2005 Jeep Grand<br /> Cherokee Laredo, 26,000 miles.<br /> Leather, sunroof. Truck is like new<br /> $19,000. Call 352-542-1772.<br /> 29-32<br /> FOR SALE 1997 Monte Carlo SS<br /> Z34. Call 352-542-1173.<br /> 34<br /> 'FOR SALE 2001 Dodge Dakota<br /> SRegular Cab. 3.9 Litre Magnum V6,<br /> :dual exhaust, cruise control, tilt<br /> steering, a/c, cd player, only 67,000<br /> :miles. Nice truck and great on gas!<br /> Call Robbie at 352-498-3280 or 352-<br /> ,359-8033.<br /> 34-35<br /> FOR SALE 1999 Monte Carlo,<br /> .hew tires, new c.v. axles, reliable,<br /> good on gas, cold a/c, fully loaded,<br /> daily driver asking 3,800 Obo. Call<br /> '542-2616.<br /> 34-35<br /> *FOR SALE 1994 Ford Van F-350<br /> .Runs good. Excellent condition.<br /> '$3,950. Call 352-498-7476.<br /> 32-34<br /> ESTATE SALE<br /> '.ESTATE SALE Aug. 18 &19,<br /> .,9am-5pm, 1995 Fleetwood 16X80<br /> MH, 1989. Mercury Grand Marquis,<br /> Shower wheel chair with car rack,<br /> 'tools, furniture, fishing equipment,<br /> -sh'ed 8X14, and much more.<br /> 'Everette Mobile Home Park, Lot<br /> ' 2,207, Perry, FL.<br /> 34<br /> GIFTS<br /> 'FOR SALE Unique gifts and home<br /> accessories. Willow Hole Art Market.<br /> :.3275 NE 349 Hwy. Or call 352-542-<br /> ,-8674.<br /> Ufn<br /> HELP WANTED<br /> 2FLORIDA PINE STRAW SUPPLY<br /> ;CGMPANY Drivers needed,<br /> *Class A CDL, (2) years experience<br /> required, DFWP, call (386) 294-<br /> .,3411.<br /> 12-ufn<br /> -CONSERVATION TECHNICIAN -<br /> Gilchrist County is currently<br /> ,accepting applications for an<br /> anticipated position of Conservation<br /> Technician with the Gilchrist Soil &<br /> Water Conservation District<br /> -(GSWCD). This position will provide<br /> "technical assistance to agricultural<br /> producers regarding the<br /> implementation of Florida<br /> Department of Agriculture Best<br /> Management Plans and U.S.D.A.-<br /> Natural Resources Conservation<br /> Service (NRCS) approved<br /> Conservation plans. Minimum<br /> qualifications include four years<br /> practical work experience in<br /> production agriculture or a Bachelor<br /> of Science degree in agriculture.<br /> Travel is required within several<br /> local counties. For further<br /> information please call 352-486-<br /> 2672 ext. 3. A Gilchrist County<br /> Employment Application is required<br /> and must be submitted to the<br /> GSWCD Office located at the USDA<br /> Building U.S. Alternate 27 West,<br /> Bronson, FL 32321. Deadline for<br /> submitting Applications is August 25,<br /> 2006 at 4:30 p.m. All applicants are<br /> subject to drug testing. EOE/AA/V/D.<br /> <br /> <br /> This is a grant funded position with<br /> an annual renewal with the Florida<br /> Department of Agriculture.<br /> <br /> <br /> 34-3<br /> TRIAL COURT LAW CLERK Th<br /> Trial Court Law Clerk is responsib<br /> for proviiding legal advice pursual<br /> to family law statues, rules and cas<br /> law. Graduation from an accredited<br /> law school and membership in th<br /> Florida Bar. Law school graduate<br /> awaiting the Florida Bar results (<br /> anticipating taking the Florida Be<br /> Exam are encouraged to apply.<br /> the selected applicant is not<br /> member of the Florida Bar at th<br /> time of hire, he/she will be expected<br /> to attain membership in the Florid<br /> Bar within one year from the date<br /> hire. Must have knowledge of leg.<br /> practices, statutory and case lay<br /> court rules and procedures. F(<br /> further information vis<br /> www.flcourts.orq an<br /> www.iud3.flcourts.orq. Closing dat<br /> will be September 1, 2006. Subrr<br /> resume w/State of Florid<br /> application to: Jacquetta Bradle,<br /> Human Resources Manager, P.C<br /> Box 1569, Lake City, FL 3205E<br /> ADA Compliant / EOE.<br /> 34-3<br /> BARTENDER WANTED America<br /> Legion Post 383, Old Town, Fl<br /> Apply in person, 10am to nooi<br /> Mon.-Fri. Phone 542-2021.<br /> 33-3<br /> HELP WANTED Cook, Dietai<br /> Aide experience a plus! Join o0<br /> family at Tri-County Nursing Home<br /> 7280 SW SR26 Trenton FL<br /> DFWP/EOE.<br /> <br /> <br /> RNs LPNs Improve<br /> our community health by<br /> working in our of our<br /> state prisons!<br /> <br /> Florida Department of<br /> Corrections, Health Services,<br /> currently has vacancies for<br /> RNs & LPNs located at Cross<br /> City Correctional Institution in<br /> Cross City, FL and Lancaster<br /> Correctional Institution in<br /> Trenton, FL.<br /> *Exceptional Health Care<br /> Insurance<br /> *Vested Retirement after six years<br /> *Comprehensive State of Florida<br /> Benefit Package<br /> <br /> Career Service Rate -<br /> RN $16.83/hr to $19.16/hr + benefits<br /> LPN $13.671hr to $14.361hr +<br /> benefits<br /> Starting rates based on experience<br /> or<br /> Per diem rates available (non-<br /> benefited positions). Per Diem Rate-<br /> RN- up to #31/hr, LPN up to $22/hr.<br /> Starting rates based on experience.<br /> <br /> For further information contact: Kathy<br /> Reed at (904) 368-3310 email:<br /> reed.kathryn@mail.dc.state.fl.us or<br /> Sharon McKinnie, R.N. at (850) 922-<br /> 6645, email:<br /> mckinnie.sharon@mail.dc.state.fl.us.<br /> <br /> <br /> LJVACE CITY<br /> < C- raMMUNITY111ru r<br /> <br /> TAKE STOCK IN CHILDREN<br /> PROGRAM SPECIALIST<br /> (GRANT FUNDED)<br /> Coordinate and manage Take Stock<br /> In Children Program at<br /> Lake City Community College and<br /> five counties served.<br /> Bachelor's Degree and two years<br /> management<br /> or supervisory experience. Valid<br /> drivers license and<br /> reliable transportation.<br /> Salary $30,410.00 Annually plus<br /> benefits.<br /> Position open until filled.<br /> College application required. Position<br /> details and application available on<br /> the web at: www.lakccitycc.edu<br /> Inquiries: Human Resource<br /> Development<br /> Lake City Community College<br /> 149 SE College Place<br /> Lake City, FL 32025<br /> Phone: (386) 754-4314 Fax: (386)<br /> 754-4594<br /> E-mail: boettcherg@lakecitycc.edu<br /> LCCC is accredited by the Southern<br /> Association<br /> of Colleges and Schools<br /> VP/ADA/EA/EO College in<br /> Education & Employment<br /> CDI HEAD START serving Levy,<br /> Dixie, & Gilchrist Counties has the<br /> following immediate openings. No<br /> phone calls, applications may be<br /> picked up at Head Start, 9051 NE<br /> Hwy 27 Alt. in Bronson or at 420 NE<br /> 106 St. in Cross City (Oliver Center).<br /> CDI is an Equal Opportunity<br /> Employer.<br /> -Teacher-Infant/Toddler, responsible<br /> for the day to day activities of infants<br /> and toddlers. Infant/Toddler CDA<br /> required or enrolled in CDA training,<br /> Cross City/Bronson Location.<br /> -Transportation Coordinator,<br /> responsible for the operation of the<br /> transportation program. CDL with a<br /> School Bus Passenger & S<br /> endorsement required, good driving<br /> record a must, Cross City/Bronson<br /> Location. High School diploma or<br /> GED required.<br /> -Bus Driver, responsible for<br /> transporting children and<br /> maintaining the school bus. CDL<br /> with a School Bus Passenger & S<br /> endorsement required, good driving<br /> record a must, Cross City/Bronson<br /> bus route. High School diploma or<br /> GED required.<br /> -Family Services Specialist,<br /> supports & assists families through<br /> case management. Must have a<br /> CDA or higher, plus 3 years<br /> experience with children and<br /> <br /> <br /> 5<br /> le<br /> nt<br /> ie<br /> ed<br /> he<br /> :s<br /> or<br /> ar<br /> If<br /> a<br /> he<br /> *d<br /> la<br /> of<br /> al<br /> W,<br /> or<br /> sit<br /> <br /> <br /> families.<br /> -Cook Asst/Bus Monitor, responsible<br /> for assisting in preparation and<br /> serving of meals and clean up.<br /> When needed acts as bus monitor<br /> on the school bus, Cross City<br /> location. High School diploma or<br /> GED required.<br /> -Custodian, responsible for cleaning<br /> and maintaining facilities, Cross City<br /> locations. High School diploma or<br /> GED required.<br /> -Home Visitor, responsible for case<br /> management & education of<br /> families, Bell area. CDA required or<br /> have High School diploma or GED<br /> and in training for CDA & working<br /> toward AA.<br /> -Substitutes, assists teachers in the<br /> day to day activities of children.<br /> Must have High School diploma or<br /> GED and 45 hours childcare<br /> courses.<br /> <br /> <br /> id 34<br /> te ROAD DEPARTMENT<br /> nit SECRETARY This position is<br /> la located at the County Yard and<br /> y, works directly with the Road<br /> ). Superintendent, County Coordinator<br /> 6. and Board of County<br /> Commissioners. It is a full time<br /> 5 position with full county benefits, 40<br /> in hours a week, 7:00 AM to 3:30 PM<br /> L. Monday thru Friday, may be<br /> n, required to work additional hours in<br /> the event of a natural disaster. This<br /> 4 position works around inmates. Must<br /> ry have high school diploma or<br /> ur equivalent. Must have two years<br /> - minimum office work experience.<br /> - Must be proficient in Excel, Adobe,<br /> Outlook and all Windows based<br /> 5 programs. Must have knowledge of<br /> office procedures, knowledge of<br /> filing practices, knowledge of<br /> techniques for handling telephone<br /> calls in a courteous and efficient<br /> manner, ability to enter and<br /> generate reports, ability to take<br /> notes, ability to independently carry<br /> out general office duties, ability to<br /> organize files and other records,<br /> ability to operate general office<br /> equipment, ability to establish and<br /> maintain effective working<br /> relationships with others.<br /> Applications are available at the<br /> Dixie County Commissioners Office<br /> at the Dixie County Court House and<br /> will be accepted through 5:00 pm on<br /> Wednesday, August 16, 2006.<br /> Applications are NOT available at<br /> the Road Department. A pre-<br /> employment drug test is required.<br /> Dixie County is a drug free<br /> workplace and an EOE.<br /> <br /> <br /> HELP WANTED LPN, 11-7 FT,<br /> Sign on bonus and great<br /> differentials, Tri-County Nursing<br /> Home, 7280 SW. SR 26, Trenton Fl<br /> 32693, DFWP/EOE.<br /> 34-35<br /> HELP WANTED Convenience<br /> Store Clerk opportunity for manager.<br /> Call Randy at 498-3322.<br /> 34<br /> <br /> <br /> HELP WANTED For more<br /> information call Steinhatchee Ace<br /> Hardware at 352-498-7269.<br /> 32-35<br /> HELP WANTED Experienced<br /> manicurist & pedicurist at A Hair<br /> Shop in Steinhatchee. Call 498-<br /> 2782.<br /> ufn<br /> HOUSES FOR<br /> RENT<br /> FOR RENT Quite 1 bed, 1 bath<br /> house in Suwannee Gardens all<br /> appliances, corner lot, screened<br /> patio, Y2 mile from boat ramp $425 a<br /> month, 1st, last & sec. Deposit, Min.<br /> 1 year lease. References required -<br /> Shown by appointment. Call 305-<br /> 793-8476, 352-542-7211, 1-800-<br /> 228-6422.<br /> 34-35<br /> HOUSE FOR RENT lb house in<br /> Cross City, A/C. Deposit required.<br /> $385 a month.<br /> 34-36<br /> LOST & FOUND<br /> LOST DOG Lost dog around Old<br /> Town Storage unit, she is small<br /> black with red collar, answers to<br /> name Susie. Reward, Call 352-316-<br /> 4167.<br /> 34<br /> MISCELLANEOUS<br /> <br /> <br /> FOR SALE<br /> RACING GO CART $2000 OBO.<br /> Call 542-9811.<br /> 34<br /> BEEF FOR THE FREEZER by the<br /> 'A, Y2 or whole, $1.10 per Ib live<br /> weight. Ray or Anne Hodges,<br /> Evergreen Farm 352-542-7135.<br /> Ufn<br /> <br /> <br /> MODULAR<br /> HOMES FOR<br /> SALE<br /> CUSTOM HOMES C<br /> modular homes on display. C<br /> directions and free color bro<br /> 1-866-755-9133.<br /> <br /> MOBILE HOM<br /> FOR RENT<br /> FOR RENT 2br, Porch on<br /> Thompson Road. $300.00<br /> Call 717-762-0050.<br /> <br /> <br /> L<br /> <br /> <br /> Announcement<br /> School Employment Applications<br /> <br /> <br /> Beginning August 1, 2006 instructional and non-instructional<br /> applications for employment with the Dixie District Schools are<br /> customm housed and may be obtained at the Personnel Office located in the<br /> Call for ld Town Educational Complex (OTEC) in Old Town.<br /> chure. Old Town Educational Complex (OTEC) in Old Town.<br /> Please contact Anne Engers or Donna Wright at 498-6141for<br /> 34-37 additional information.<br /> ES Applications for employment for substitute teaching are housed<br /> and may be obtained at the Business Services Office in Old Town<br /> Please contact Sherry Mills at 542-1073 for additional information.<br /> <br /> <br /> 5 acres<br /> monthly<br /> <br /> <br /> PETS & SUPPLIES<br /> HORSES FOR SALE 2 horses fc<br /> sale 3 yr. Gelding. Y2 Arabian &<br /> Quarter horse. Green Broke $900.<br /> Yr. Old Paint $600. Call 542-7205.<br /> 34-3"<br /> <br /> <br /> y' JIM'S PRESSURE WASI<br /> EXTERIOR PAINTING -<br /> 1985. Exp/Ins. Homes, i<br /> business, decks, walks, roc<br /> br Please call Pastor Jim Hurst<br /> 1/ 498-3023.<br /> <br /> <br /> 1<br /> <br /> 7<br /> <br /> <br /> PERSONAL<br /> DOMESTIC VIOLENCE & SEXUAL<br /> ASSAULT SERVICES: Individual<br /> counseling and support groups for<br /> women are offered through Another<br /> Way, Inc. Services are confidential<br /> and free. Contact any of our<br /> Outreach offices at (352) 486-3305,<br /> (352) 498-1293, (386) 758-4843 or<br /> (386) 792-2747 for an appointment<br /> or the location and times of group<br /> counseling. Another way, Inc. also<br /> provides two 24-hour crisis lines,<br /> Sexual Assault 1-866-875-7983,<br /> Domestic Violence 1-800-500-1119,<br /> information and referral services,<br /> legal advocacy, community<br /> education, and professional training<br /> for law enforcement, health care and<br /> educational personnel.<br /> ufn<br /> AA MEETINGS Wednesday night,<br /> 8:00 P.M. at the Fellowship Baptist<br /> Church, in Steinhatchee, Florida.<br /> ufn<br /> AA MEETINGS Monday nights,<br /> 8:00 p.m. Cross City Church of<br /> Christ, McArthur Street, across from<br /> Gooding Funeral Home. Call 1-800-<br /> 613-0164.<br /> Ufn<br /> <br /> <br /> SCRAPBOOKING<br /> <br /> <br /> CROSS CITY CROP CLUB Sign<br /> up now! New to scrap booking or<br /> looking for time to work on photo<br /> albums? The Crop Club is a great<br /> way to get inspiration, share ideas,<br /> and of course, complete pages.<br /> Thursday August 17 6-9 pm at the<br /> Carriage Inn Restaurant. Space is<br /> limited, so sign up today! RSVP<br /> must be in by August 15. If no<br /> RSVP's the crop will be cancelled.<br /> Call Melissa at 386-208-2156 or<br /> Kathy at 386-935-3487.<br /> 32-34<br /> SERVICES<br /> BOBCAT SERVICE palmetto<br /> removal, site prep, fence lines<br /> cleared, back-yard ponds dug,<br /> heavy bush hogging, FREE<br /> estimates, cell 352-665-8609, home<br /> 352-542-8609.<br /> 16-40<br /> J&R SITE PREP Asphalt pounds,<br /> demolitions, J&R Site Prep &<br /> Asphalt. 352-221-5196.<br /> 34<br /> <br /> <br /> HOME TACK SOLUTIONS -<br /> Residential drawings, your plans or<br /> ours. Specializing in ICF insulating,<br /> concrete forms. Save 30-50% on<br /> energy bills. Call 493-2804 or 221-<br /> 4322.<br /> 34-35<br /> <br /> <br /> PURIFICATION WATER SYSTEMS<br /> Showers Of Blessings is offering a<br /> special price Reverse Osmosis<br /> systems under the sink for $395.00<br /> which includes installment. The<br /> Reverse Osmosis will remove all<br /> contaminants up to 98%. If you need<br /> a water softener, you can get the<br /> entire system including the Reverse<br /> Osmosis under the sink for<br /> $1595.00. (This price is guaranteed<br /> for city water, we will conduct a free<br /> water test to determine the need for<br /> well systems.) Call for free water<br /> testing today) Owner: David B.<br /> Downing call: (352) 356-0474 or<br /> (352) 498-2449. We Service What<br /> We Sell!<br /> 29-36<br /> <br /> <br /> PAINTING, PRESSURE WASHING,<br /> - pool & patio deck building, and<br /> home improvement. Dependable,<br /> fully insured. Call Shamrock<br /> Services at 352-463-1212.<br /> ufn<br /> <br /> <br /> J&R SITE PREP Skid stee<br /> rent or hire. J&R Site Prep &<br /> Asphalt. 352-221-5196.<br /> <br /> WEB SITES to fit your bi<br /> Hosted, Improved, Desig<br /> Created. HTML, CSS, XMI<br /> Ajax, CGI, Javascript, & G<br /> David Ryman.com or call 3<br /> 8182.<br /> <br /> BUSH HOG / HEAVY BUSH<br /> fence lines, site prep, c<br /> tractor & Bobcat service. C<br /> 542-4310.Free Estimates.<br /> <br /> BUILDING CONTRACTOR<br /> 017140, Custom homes, I<br /> your lot. Precision Developr<br /> 0. Box 249, 26761 SE Hwy.<br /> Town, (352) 542-8416.<br /> <br /> <br /> HING / System, Chlorinator, Assembly Kit,<br /> Since (retention tank where needed) Flush<br /> mobiles, Cleaning and Installation. Call for<br /> ofs, etc. FREE accurate water evaluation. No<br /> t at 352- obligation Ever. IRON-FREE Well<br /> Water Company, Inc. Roy Jones<br /> UFN Opr. Mgr. (352) 542-9817, Doyle<br /> rs, for Barden, Rep. (352) 542-2648 or 1-<br /> 800-437-1128 ANYTIME. www.iron-<br /> free.com<br /> 34-37 32-37<br /> budget WANTED<br /> ned & WANTED Paying cash for Dish<br /> L, RSS, Network receivers and yellow smart<br /> graphics cards. Call Jeff at 352-949-5601.<br /> 352-498- 34<br /> <br /> 33-36 YARD SALES<br /> I HOG YARD SALE Thurs. & Fri. In front<br /> complete of Old Jail House, behind<br /> ell 352- Drummonds Bank. Tools, toys,<br /> man's clothes, women, children all<br /> 16-40 sizes, tv's, & what nots. 9 am 6<br /> t: CBC pm. 498-1506 if rains, following<br /> built on .weekend.<br /> ment, P. 34<br /> <br /> <br /> 19, Old<br /> <br /> ufn<br /> <br /> <br /> BURIAL MARKERS<br /> HEADSTONES from $200.00 up. 4<br /> corner stones $75.00. Call Dixie<br /> Monument Co., 542-3432. Ben<br /> Barber, Jr.<br /> Ufn<br /> BAD WATER Iron-Free's<br /> MANDOXTM systems remove Iron,<br /> Tannin, Sulfur Manganese,<br /> Turbidity, Bad Taste & Odor<br /> WITHOUT THE USE OF SALT. Kills<br /> Bacteria. Low Maintenance.<br /> Guaranteed. Standard units<br /> complete with MANDOXTM Filtration<br /> <br /> <br /> -- -<br /> <br /> <br /> Recliners<br /> Sofas<br /> Love Seat<br /> Chaise Lounges<br /> Mattresses<br /> Kim & Kevin Discher, (<br /> (352) 542-9352<br /> :.(352) 542-9252 FAX<br /> <br /> <br /> fcrnitua<br /> <br /> <br /> CARII'S Stoves<br /> Sl pliStoves<br /> |)pl ia"fC Refrigerators<br /> Freezers<br /> Air Conditioners<br /> & Hardware<br /> <br /> <br /> Owners<br /> <br /> <br /> 10 Miles North of Old Town<br /> 9599 NE 349 Hwy.<br /> Old Town, FL 32680 .<br /> <br /> <br /> DRYWALL<br /> <br /> Hang, Tape, Texture<br /> <br /> <br /> Dale D. Petty<br /> <br /> <br /> P. O. Box 49<br /> Steinhatchee, FL 32359<br /> <br /> <br /> Home (352) 498-6036<br /> Cell (352) 578-5148<br /> <br /> <br /> S etalRoofing<br /> <br /> <br /> $$SAVES$$<br /> <br /> Quality Metal Roofing & Standing Seam<br /> <br /> Accessories at Discount Prices Commercial<br /> <br /> <br /> 3 Widealume .<br /> '',,.<br /> <br /> 3 Wide Economhy Panels :;,<br /> <br /> Ask About Our Metal Budidings[<br /> <br /> Cut to your desired lengths delivery service<br /> available. Twenty colors in stock, for immediate<br /> pick-up or delivery. All accessories in stock.<br /> Special trims and flashings made.<br /> Call Today! (352) 498-0778<br /> Toll Free 888-393-0335<br /> <br /> <br /> Q NEW LIQUOR STORE IN CROSS CITY"<br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> CROSS CITY SMOKE & SPIRITS<br /> |H (Located Between Car Wash & Dixie Chevrolet)<br /> <br /> <br /> - ..<br /> <br /> <br /> Page 17<br /> <br /> <br /> COUPON<br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> $1.00 Off On All Liquor With<br /> <br /> <br /> This Coupon!<br /> <br /> HOURS:<br /> <br /> Mon. Thurs. -- 7AM 1OPM<br /> <br /> Fri. & Sat. -- 7AM 11 PM<br /> Closed Sunday<br /> <br /> <br /> X.:<br /> -xx<br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> X.<br /> :Z S .-.o<br /> <br /> <br /> .<br /> <br /> <br /> v _<br /> <br /> <br /> 1 I<br /> <br /> <br /> -- --,<br /> <br /> <br /> !<br /> r<br /> <br /> <br /> i<br /> <br /> <br /> I l4w <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /><br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> DIXIE COUNTY ADVOCATE, CROSS C ', FLORIDA THU' :.SDAY, AUGUST 17, 2006<br /> <br /> <br /> 1c= .<br /> <br /> <br /> 0<br /> ' .<br /> SP..-<br /> . . . . . . .<br /> <br /> <br /> 1 P.,-/ '-; ...r-"w .--- --W" _..i "- ,. -,- P<br /> Pictured from left, Colman Davis, Hunter Higginbotham, Caylan Davis, Hayden Grant and<br /> Dalton Long.<br /> Dixie Horseman's Association Cowboys & Cowgirl<br /> Do Well In Southern Junior Rodeo Association<br /> Five local contestants from the Tri-County area competed in Southern Georgia and North Florida<br /> in a total of 13 rodeos throughout the 2005-2006 rodeo season.<br /> Each contestant qualified in the top fifteen contestants in order to participate in the finals in May.<br /> The finals were held at the Southeastern Livestock Pavilion in Ocala, Florida.<br /> COLMAN DAVIS qualified and placed 6th in Team Roping, Tiedown Calf Roping, 5th in the<br /> Senior Breakaway Roping and 12th in Chute Dogging.<br /> HUNTER HIGGINBOTHAM- qualified and placed 9th in Team Roping, Calf Roping, 14th in<br /> Chute Dogging and Breakaway.<br /> HAYDEN GRANT qualified for and placed 3rd in the top five heelers in Team Roping and<br /> placed 15th in Breakaway.<br /> DALTON LONG qualified for and placed in Team Roping, Breakaway. He finished fourth in<br /> Junior Breakaway and in the top 5 in Team Roping as a Header.<br /> CAYLAN DAVIS qualified in the Junior Breakaway and finished 11th in the top fifteen.<br /> We are very proud of all our contestants. The Cowboys and Cowgirl, along with their families,<br /> would like to thank all their sponsors Chiefland Farm Supply, Quincey Cattle Co., Ag Turf of<br /> Arkansas, Dixie Horseman's Association, Matt & Kelly Fulford, Herman Sanchez, Freeman<br /> Plumbing, and Keith & Kellie Philman.<br /> CONGRATULATIONS On A Job Well Done!!!<br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> SCheck Us Out On The Web....<br /> www.dcadvocate.net .. ..and get the latest news,<br /> classified, obituaries & legals<br /> <br /> <br /> LJ30-15c),$%1,000,000<br /> <br /> Wt-- C;ciruti riLatatc)i C~tff4r ~idrtaI<br /> lv nt g~With L-C)OW VFb~cld Ftat%-_E- Ava-ilea loo I<br /> ~ I~fi,,a~w~~ & ~ >&jt<br /> ~c7?l' ~ ti~riaI I -- .~ii<>3F 4ainliv IIcfmt<br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> IJ'~w ~c~ri -apply cpr, A -ari -at:m<br /> Firt,.S~~cr~wc1, & -I cm r tci _vv*-Lo- 4--c>in rci<br /> L~f~I-IaL"~ VC) rs ~~ L)~cg~m I-11 iCxr<br /> '7a tedE=--c Wev, C),Itr- Fij! 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