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Title: Dixie County advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Rose O. Chavous
Place of Publication: Cross City Fla
Creation Date: August 30, 2007
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Cross City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dixie -- Cross City
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1922?
General Note: Publisher: Skipper K. Jones, <1994>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 24, no. 15 (Oct. 10, 1946).
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Table of Contents
    Main
        page 1
    Main: Viewpoints & Opinions
        page 2
    Main: Law Enforcement
        page 3
    Main: Announcements & Calendar of Events
        page 4
        page 5
    Main: People
        page 6
        page 7
    Main: Spotlight on Dixie
        page 8
        page 9
    Main: Pathways to Faith
        page 10
    Main: Obituaries
        page 11
    Main: Sports
        page 12
    Main: Around & About
        page 13
    Main: School's Back In
        page 14
    Main: Entertainment
        page 15
    Main: Real Estate
        page 16
    Main: Classifieds
        page 17
    Main: Legals
        page 18
        page 19
    Main: In Closing
        page 20
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Thursday
August 30, 2007
Vol. 85. No. 36 20 pages- 1 Section


75 Year Old Log Cabin



Is Dixie County Treasure
By: Kim Lander


Maria and her prized peanuts Photo DCA Staff


Going Nuts For 30 Years

By Kim Lander
according to Maria Grant of Old Town, she has a
lot to be thankful for This Guatemalan Native
moved to the United States of America in 1970. She
first lived in Miami but soon decided that she want-
ed to live "in the country" in order to raise her five
kids, Michael, T.R., Laura, Ruthie (Busbee), and
Carlos Kelly
Upon moving to the Old Town area in 1976, Maria began to sell
peanuts on the side of the road from a big pot on a fire. "That is all
we had in the beginning, just a big pot under a tree", smiles Maria.
"There were days in the beginning that we only made five dollars",
says Maria.
Well people caught on to the idea of those hot boiled peanuts! Thir-
ty years later she is boiling an average of 25 bushels of Green Valen-
cia or Green Jumbo peanuts a week and selling them one bag at a
time. She credits her Mother for the lessons of "If you are going to
sell something, do it the right way".
The peanut business has done Maria well, as she credits it for keep-
ing a roof over her families' head and helping her raise her chil-
dren. Along the way in 1984, Maria gained United States Citizen-
ship and the same year was blessed.enough to begin construction
on the block building that now houses her store which sales bait,
tackle, drinks, and of course, peanuts!
If you go into Maria's ". .there were days
Nut House, theremis a "
towel on the counter in fn the beginning
which you will be served t uern
a few steamyjuicy, salty that we only made
peanuts straight from
the pot to tastebefore ll s. "
youbuy That tactic five dollars.
probably sells more peanuts because once you taste one; you sud-
denly want more that you thought you did!
She says that her customers are wonderful, she enjoys both a local
and out of town customer base. According to her, her busiest times
are hunting and football seasons. When asked about her future
'plans, she hopes to perhaps open a second peanut stand somewhere
or maybe sell out and go home and enjoy her family Maria doesn't
take all of this for granted; she constantly gives God the praise for
her business and customers.
After 30 years of this-she still loves it! Go by and see her and have a
taste! Bet you can't eat just one! Maria's Nut House is located on
Highway 19 just South of Old Town.


Maria and her Peanut Pot when she first began 30 years ago


Marijuana Grow Found In Dixie


T here sits an old log 75 year old cabin on Hwy 19 between
Cross City and Old Town. The only inhabitant of this old
structure today is a calico cat who calls the porch it's
home. Sadly, the log cabin is fill of DLiie County History
and just sits awaiting someone to come love it and care
for it in order tu bring it back to life
According to Judy Swiston, who has owned the house for about 20
years, it %\as built in 1931 and 1932 by people from Dixie County.
Swiston acquired the building around 198-1 Eromin the County and had it
miv-ed to the current site She notes that the bottom three logs had to
be replaced after it was moved from 319 but other than the budding is
very structuralUy sound. The men who built the building include
Tonmmiy Dave Sanders. Perry, Hill. Reet Fletcher, Gilam Bellot, Hotice
Ballot, Pickens Bellot, Wiley Sanders. Drevx and Lonzie Peterson. Sid
Holland. and Elvin Dempsey. The lo0 boatuds are all said to be hand
made along withthhe shingle;.
Sv. i.ton)i used the house as an antique shop for many years. But now
it just sits \waiting on someone make it vell,, again She is currently
seeking- to sell the building She would Itke to see the building be
l a.v:ed and appreciated as a Dixie County Historical Landmark and
enjoyed b\ future generations.


Three Arrested in
Commercial Burglary


According to Sheriff Dewey H.
Hatcher, the Dixie County Sheriff's Of-
fice Narcotics Unit teamed up other
members of the Dixie County Sheriff's
Office and performed a Marijuana Culti-
vation Investigation.
The Investigation revealed numerous
sites in undisclosed locations in Dixie
County that were being used to grow
marijuana. The Sheriff's Office mem-
bers went to the locations and found
marijuana in various stages of growth..
They also
"The Sheriff's Office found items
will continue to inves- that are com-
tigate the sale, use only used in
the cultivation
and delivery of illegaltf marijuana.
substances and nar- The Sheriff's
cotics." Office is con-
tinuing the in-
vestigation into the locations that had
been used as cultivation sites.
Sheriff Hatcher stated, "The Sheriff's
Office will continue to investigate the
sale, use and delivery of illegal sub-
stances and narcotics."


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If you have any information concerning
possible locations that are being used to
manufacture illegal drugs, you are
asked to contact the Dixie County Sher-
iff's Office Narcotics Unit at 498-1230.


Cross City, Florida- According to Sheriff Dewey H. Hatcher, On Saturday,
August 25, 2007, Jimmy Futch, owner and operator of Futch and Sons
Welding reported a break-in at his shop. It appeared that the individuals
entered Futch and Sons Welding by cutting a hole in the fence. The Indi-
viduals also went inside of the old McCloud Electric Motor Repair Shop.
Numerous items were stolen to include over six hundred feet of welding
leads.
See Burglary Page 20...


Dixie County's finest with a
recently confiscated crop
of contraband


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Elvira the abused?

Poor Elvira Arellano. She has been carried away in
shackles and chains, leaving her young child behind, while
she is forced by the heartless U.S. Immigration Customs and
Enforcement (ICE) to return to Mexico.
If you're shedding a tear over this "poor woman's"
situation, please shed one for me while you're at it, because I
have none to spare for this individual. I "'A
Let's have a little background'here. Ms eiano first
came to the United States--illegally--about ten years ago. In
fact, she was apprehended shortly thereafter and returned to
Mexico. She subsequently sneaked across the border a sec-
ond time, raising her initial misdemeanor offense to the
felony level.
Next, she compounded the charges against her by ob-
taining employment using a false Social Security number, af-
ter which she was arrested, and it's here that things start not
going together in any way that makes sense.
In 2002, Arellano was convicted of the charge, follow-
ing which she was apparently ordered to report for a deporta-
tion hearing. Ordered to report, rather than locked up? Why?
Surprise, surprise, she did not show up for her hear-
ing. Instead, she assumed a low profile until about a year
ago, and when federal agents finally started closing in, she
found refuge at the Adaberto United Methodist Church in
Chicago.
Pastor Walter Coleman was readily willing to accept
Ms. Arellano as though she were someone trying to escape an
angry mob, rather than the illegal alien/felon that she was.
The story got a little media hype at the time, but it didn't last
long.
Somewhere along the line, we're not exactly sure
where, when, or by whom, Ms. Arellano got pregnant and had
her child in the United States, granting him de facto U.S. citi-
zenship.
In other words, he was an "anchor baby," by whose
authority he could bring Mama back to the states, once he be-
came an adult. Happens all the time, though not often with
the help of an American church. Meanwhile, the little fellow
was left in the custody of the Reverend Coleman, whq had in
effect been an accessory to Ms. Arellano's evasion of this
country's criminal justice system.
Granted, Elvira Arellano did not kill anybody, nor (as
far as we know) have any connection with the smuggling of
illicit drugs. She may not even have driven an automobile
without a valid driver's license.
But we also know that she did not perform any task
while in this country that could not have provided a paycheck
for an American citizen. She cleaned up commercial airliners
after they had discharged their passengers at a Chicago air-
port. That's not a corporate vice-presidency, but neither is it
picking tomatoes. And given the high priority assigned to
airport security, it was certainly not an appropriate occupa-
tion for an illegal alien who could as easily have been an Is-
lamic radical.
Ms. Arellano got caught when she left the security of
the Reverend Coleman's church and headed to Los Angeles to
participate in a rally in support of people who, like herself,
were in this country illegally
And now, despite her status as a convicted felon here
at home, her punishment was simply exile back to her native
Mexico, where she continues to campaign for amnesty for her
countrymen who illegally cross the border into the United
States.
Heartless Gringo that I am, I find it difficult to relate
to Elvira Arellano and the many others of her ilk who prey
upon the delicate sensibilities of American liberals for sym-
pathy


Dear Editor;
I think that it is high time that Daryll Gunter stopped whin-
ing, whimpering, crying and puling over the fact that he, and
the other four commissioners, lost out in their bid to "sell
out" all the recounty assets and to drastically reduce the
quality of the environment. Their actions would have de-
stroyed much of the coast and the plant they wanted to allow
to operate in Perry, could have caused the death of many poor
innocent children.
I would like to publicly thank the good lord for giving up peo-
ple like Diane Whitfield who had the intestinal fortitude to
stand and fight (against overwhelming odds) to protect the
lives and health of all our children and to save the environ-
ment, not only of Taylor county, but all of north Florida.

Thank you Diane,
H.T. "Hub" Baxter




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Letter to the Editor:

Thank you to Nola Jones Buckhalter for her concern as
shown in her letter to the Editor regarding the future of the
old First District Community House. No one cares more
deeply about the future of this historic treasure than I.
We purchased the log cabin after it was put up for bids twice
around 20 years ago. Both times we were the only bidders. We
had PK. hunt move the building from Hwy 349 to our proper-
ty on U. S. Hwy 19 to make room for the new First District
Community House.
When we advertised the property and building for sale we
made sure the list of names of those fine men who built the
building in the 1930s with their hand tools were listed to let
their families know that we had found it necessary to sell the
property and the building. *
The men who built the log cabin as named by Tommy Dave
Sanders were: Tommy Dave Sanders, Perry Hill, Reet Fletch-
er, Gillman Bellot, Hotice Bellot, Pickens Bellot, Wiley
Sanders, Drew and Lonzie Peterson, Sid Holland, Elvin
Dempsey & WPA 11931 and 1932. The log boards and shingles
were all handmade with fros and footadzes. Two mules pulled
the logs to the building site. .
While we deeply regret having to sell this historical building
we have no choice as we are seeking to defray some of the
medical expense we are experiencing as a family We hope
our friends and neighbors will understand our position.

Sincerely,
Judy Swiston


Correcton:
Mr. Andy Lee, with Andy's Pump and Well, came into our office
this Friday to inform us we had printed some information that may
Have been misleading in our coverage of the drought.
In said article we printed "The first [wells] to go out were older,,
shallower, 2" wells."
Mr. Lee advised that only the depth of a well is relevant to the
continued operation of a well. He stated that neither diameter, nor
age, have anything to do with a well going dry.
According to Mr. Lee the SRWMD (Suwannee River Water Man-
agement District) permits both 2" and 4" wells in our area.
Thank you Mr. Lee, the information is well appreciated,
-E.Loy

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Products From China
These thoughts have been going through my head ever since
all these recalls from China started. Last weekend I went to
Walmart to buy a few toys for my grandsons. With these re-
calls in my head, I tried to find toys made here in the "Good
Old USA". Either to my surprise or shame, I could not find
any Every toy I picked up was from China. Now I did not
pick up every toy in the store to check. I would still be there
if I did that. I did pick up all the current toys that the kids
want now. All from China. Okay so I thought, as they were
still on the shelf they must be safe. Then the thought oc-
curred, How do I know they are safe? What makes this facto-
ry in China any safer than the one that made all the recalled
items? Safety is not a priority in China, especially that
which comes to the USA. They don't worry about their own
people, so why would they worry about us. So then I took it a
step further. What about all the things that get shipped to
this country Food, clothing, toys. What happened to the la-
bels "Made in the USA"? You have to go to local markets to
get local produce. In Walmart it seems all is shipped from
outside the US. Please correct me if I am wrong, but didn't
Walmart use to have the slogan "we only sell Americanj: .
. made"? What happened? I guess in our apathy, we have be-
come like cattle. Meekly we get led into the chute to get
milked. We spend our money without thought of what we are
actually buying or eating. For myself I have started to wake
up and smell the roses. My problem is this...I am having a
problem finding any that are "Grown in the USA".
Leslie Fafard Old Town FL


laymond (Ray) H. Hodges, dr.


Birthdate: October 9th, 1948, Dade Cirt. Florila
Married Anne Milburn Green of Atlanta. Georgia in -Autu t
14th, 1971
Parents:
Raymond H. Hodges of Fenhollo.a:,. Florida. December
21st, 1915, son of Charlie Coluir.bui H.:.dees ani Rhoda s..,
Ann Adams Hodges
Martha Ava Lee Parker of St Peteri-bur~g. Florida.
November 11th, 1921, daughter of Williami Parli'et and Eliz- '
abeth Futch Parker "'
Sister, Suzann Cornell, PhD, Prm icpaliit \\ h.perine .ii .'l
Winds Charter School Chiefland. an a\ :d -am. .
Graduated from Zephyrhills Higlh i-chool t197 0."
BBA, Stetson University hI' 71 :
Commissioned 2LT US Army Iria n-poi la n ti
Corps, May 1971
Active Duty from May 1972 until Ma:,
1974
Active Reserve from June 19 71
until June 1995 with duty assign
ments in Egypt, Spain, England and :
Japan. ..-',.
Entered Retired Reserve
June 1995 with the rank of Lieu-
tenant Colonel ., '- ''
My earliest memories in Dix- '
ie began in Horseshoe Beach.
In 1964, my father built a beach house at Horseshoe Point just south
of the City Park. Our family spent many hours enjoying the water. I
particularly loved to water ski in Horseshoe Cove. One time I water
skied to Pepperfish Key and back. In December 1967, my father
bought land in Old Town where my wife and I have made our perma-
nent residence since our marriage in 1971.
Anne and I were married at the First United Methodist Church of
Decatur, Georgia. Prior to my active duty in the US Army we attend-
ed the First United Methodist Church of Cross City On return from
active duty we transferred our membership to the Old Town
Methodist Church where we regularly attend today. We have both
served the Church in our daily lives and as officers of our Church.
Our civic activities have included the Dixie County Rotary Club, Dix-
ie County Chamber of Commerce and the Dixie County Cattlemen's
Association. I am currently president of the Florida Hereford Asso-
ciation, Inc.
I am employed by the Dixie County Property Appraiser, J. Hal
Chewning, Jr. where I serve as Mr. Chewning's Chief Deputy Ap-
praiser. I was hired by Hal's father in May of 1987. Prior to my em-
ployment with Dixie County I was employed by the Florida Depart-
ment of Revenue as a Field Appraiser.
While I expected to be working as a field appraiser much like Lane
Hurst and Larry Bush are doing today it soon became apparent that
Hal, Sr. intended me to manage the day to day operations of the of-
fice. Unlike today, where the office employs 10 full time employees,
at that time there were only 3 full time employees and 2 part time
employees. We all had to work together to get the job done.
I find everyday with new opportunities. There is always something
new. The challenges with Internet, new database software, geo-
graphic information systems, new laws, and managing day to day op-


e ations lea.e little time to 2et bored The most challenging
a. pcts are eNplaining marker values to the public when
values have channel dramatically. This requires pa-
tienie ian a I:,throuazh knowledge of the market and an
mtiliiat kntvA ledge of a taxh apyer's property charac-
a t Tri-ti-, This make- h.liavin the most current and ac-
S- curate info rmation about everyone's property of the ut-
<: mostr impi' t"n>h:'n .
\i'itt i like inc.t aLout ivi-. in Dixie County is its rural
-naturt.Ah at ,- here people 31 e connected by family, communi-
:'" t, huch. a.ndi values. \We have made'Dixie County our
home here \t- en.oy tie peace and quiet of our farm and
the tUell, .-h.Is yof frieims that we have made over the last
.*b years
W \eliii% we rust inm'ed here there was no
ti affic hi.t in Old Town, John 0
. .. i i Tom Chahis ran the Pure Oil Sta-
.. n i where Citgo station is
Snowi Green's Grocery and the
Post Olfice were located
w i IteteHardeesandthe
S Ciev ron Station are. Mrs.
.Mabh- Jones was the Post-
S". siimtvte-r and lived in the big
So *. h*ouse on the opposite cor-
ner. On more than one oc-
casion, when Christmas presents from out of town arrived at the
post office late, Mable Jones or Eva Chaires (her successor) would,
make sure we had our gifts for Christmas by letting us pick up the
packages after post office hours. The Old Town Methodist Church
was situated on the lot next to John 0 Green's Texaco Station. That
was about all there was in Old Town.
Suwannee River catfish was the specialty at the Suwannee Gables
Restaurant. And a trip to Horseshoe was not complete without hav-
ing fried shrimp and the world's best hushpuppies at Joe's Rollison's
Restaurant. Before the net ban, it was common to have mullet,
swamp cabbage, grits and hush puppies.
In Cross City, Evans Square had not been built, and there was no
Hardees, no MacDonalds, no Dairy Queen, no Subway no Foxe's Piz-
za no Badcocks. In the Dixie Plaza there were Cheeks, Quality
Store, Jones Department Store, and Peach's Grocery. With the build-
ing Evans Square, Piggly Wiggly and TGY came to town, and shop-
ping in Cross City was as good as anywhere in the tri county area.
I spend my spare time working on the farm. I have planted im-
proved trees such as eucalyptus, worked to improve the genetics of
the Hereford breed within the state of Florida, supported youth par-
ticipating in regional and state shows, and worked the land to im-
prove its nutritional value and maintain all the infrastructure re-
quired to raise cattle (fences, ditches, land improvement, cutting hay,
planting improved grasses, and the list goes on and on.).
I would never have expected the property values to increase to the
degree and the rate that they have in the last few years. As an exam-
ple, my dad sold the house down in Horseshoe in 1969 for $ 10,500,
and this past April, the same house sold for $ 300,000. That's a whop-
ping increase!


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Cross City Tire Theft
Remains A Mystery


Crash Hospitalizes

Old Town Resident


Four tires and wheels were stolen sometime between Satur-
day evening and Monday morning from Big John's Auto Shop
& Tire Repair on U. S. 19 in Cross City. Big John Driggers,
the owner of the shop, estimated the value of the stolen prop-
erty at approximately $400.

"It was just some old hunting trucks," Mr. Driggers stated of
the vandalized vehicles. The trucks are owned by the shop
and did not belong to customers.

The Cross City Police Department is investigating the inci-
dent.


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The aftermaill of a single vehicle
crash Friday night.
Looking at the wrecked hulk that used to be a Chevrolet pick-
up, one might wonder how someone could survive such a
crash. It happened at about 6:00 PM, on Friday August 24. Vi-
olet Ruiz, an Old Town resident, lost control of her vehicle
and collided with a tree. Her husband, Hector, was mowing a
field with his tractor when a one of his friends pulled up and
gave him the terrible news. C1imhin off his tractor he rode
with his friend to the scene, where he found another neigh-
bor, a nurse, already aittniidini to Violet. Deputies arrived at
the site 15 minutes later, followed shortly by EMS units, who
immediately transpor nrl Violet to the hospital. Hector said
that the officers who arrived on scene were very friendly and
helpful, and that he extends his thanks. Judging from the
state of the truck, she must have been traveling at high
speed. Violet sustained traumatic injuries in the crash, in-
cluding several broken ribs, a perforated lung, and a rup-
tured liver. She is currently in critical condition in the ICU at
Shands.


A view from the driver's seat
of the wrecked vehicle.
ARREST MADE IN
CROSS CITY SHOOTING
Cross City Police Chief Wesley Jones announced the arrest of Christine
Evelyn Morgan, 42, of Steinhatchee for the Shooting of De-Armus Ben-
nett.' According to the report, Morgan approached Bennett and attempted
to sell him a pistol. Bennett refused, and Morgan used the pistol to shoot
him in the chest, took his shoes, and left the scene.
Morgan was charged with attempted murder and robbery for the theft of
the shoes.



BASIC: COMPUTER
C SKILLS U.1OR KSH OP
Join us at the Dixie County Public Library on
Friday, September 28th at 1:00 p.m. for a FREE
workshop! This workshop is geared for adult
beginners with little or no experience who want
to learn basic computer skills. ,
SPACE IS LIMITED! YOU MUST SIGN UP AT THE
LIBRARY OR CALL [3521498-12191 !

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Perry, Richard Wayne, 35, Mandola, VOP Carrying Concealed
Weapon.
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Bernotas, Frank Peter, 49, Garcia, Trespassing
Stubbs, Joshua, 18, Oneal, Burglary
Morgan, Christine E., 42, B. Owens, Attempted Homicide, Rob
bery
O'Hara, Paul Jr., 21, L. Brannin, Warrant Trespassing/Assault,
Carrying Concealed Weapon.
Mills, Jessie C., 22, C. Reed, VOP DWLSR
Patterson, Brad A, 32, DOC State Bed Sent 366 Days
Juvenile, 16, Mathis, Possession -20 grams Marijuana, Drug
Equipment
Stanton, James Aaron, 35, M. Garcia, VOP DWLSR (Gilchrist
Co.)

Patterson, George William, 19, L, Downing, Dealing in Stolen
Property
McCabe, Gabriel Edward, 19, C. Reed, DWLSR
Morgan, Christine E., 42, Frazier, Felony, Fleeing and Eluding
Collins, Roble Lynn, 39, L. Downing, Forgery, Uttering Forged
Instrument
Edmonds, Timothy Wayne, 39, Garcia, Non-support
7
Sparks, Rodney Paul, 42, T. Watson LCSO, VOP DWLSR,
VOP Possession of Firearm.
7
Ovintano, Efrain, 25, Wimberley, No Drivers License
Ellison, Elbert A, 62, King, Possession of Firearm by Felon
Dreggors, Joshua, 18, DOC, State Bed Sentence 18 Months
Farnham, Donald Richard, 28, Reed, DWLSR, DUI
Bennett, Drew Josh, 20, Tumlin, Possession 20 grams Marijua
na, Possession Drug Paraphernalia
Walker, Daniel Dwain, 21, Garcia, Burglary of Structure (Taylor
County), Grand Theft Ill (Taylor County), Aggravated Assault
W/Deadly Weapon (Taylor County)
Teague, Jessie R., 24, King, FTA DWLSR (Levy County), Pos
session Marijuana W/Intent to sell, Possession Drug Parapherna
lia
Geter, Sylvia Y., 29, Sutton, VOP Obstruction by Disguise,
VOP DWLSR
Gramling, John Charles, 38, Watson, Possession of Controlled
Substance, Possession of Cannabis, Possession of Drug Para
phemalia, DWLSR Criminal, Possession of Controlled Substance
while in Physical Contact of Vehicle
Williams, Willie A., 22, DOC, State Bed, 22 Months

Vanderwyst, Terry Joe, 23, Tumlin, DUI

Johnston, Kirk Joseph, 38, Hart, Child Neglect, Possession of
Controlled Substance




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Our Most Imporant Policy Is rust


MONTHLY BLOW-OUT SALE!!
10% TO 85% OFF SELECTED CLOTHING!
GREAT DEALS AT OUR "BACK TO SCHOOL" SALE
AUG. 6 18TH DURING THE TAX FREE HOLIDAY 50% OFF
ALL KIDS CLOTHING!
EACH SATURDAY IN AUGUST WE WILL BE SELLING
HOT DOGS AND HAVING A 50% OFF SIDEWALK SALE
TO BENEFIT THE DIXIE COUNTY HUMANE SOCIETY!
MANY THANKS TO ALL WHOM HAVE DONATED!
OWNER GAYLE LOVELACE & MANAGER TERESA BYERLEY
A TO Z NEW & USED *
CONSIGNMENT SHOP
Inside Vision Really & next to Hungry Howie's
In the Dollar General Shopping Center
25867SE HWY 19 -- Old Town
10A.M, 6 P.M. Monday Saturday
Call (352) 542-7730 for appointments
to bring in your consignments.
We are accepting clothing donations for the Dixie County
Humane Society & the American Cancer Society.


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For ticket information call

(386) 754-4340


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September 21 7:30 p.m.

Levy Performing
Arts Center
Tickets on sale daily at the PAC Box Office
9 a.m.-4 p.m. through the evening
of the performance.


If you have a disability and need assistance, please contact (386) 754-4340


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September 13, 14, v C
15 at 7:30 P%1
Performed at the Original Old T'own lEfementary
Auditorium

Dixie County CuCturaf Center

Proceeds wilf benefit the Dixie County gifstoricaC
Society
'1icfet Sales
Dixie sMusic Center across frm the Weigh Station 'US 19
in OfdFTown
Dixie County ifistoricaf Society members
'Auditoriumyrior toperformance

'fhursday September 13, 2007: $8.oo (sf.oo-Did-
vance)
Friday Seytember 14, 2007: $10o.oo ($8.oo-d-
vance)
Saturday September 15, 2oo007: $io.oo ($8.o00- Ad-
vance)
get your tickets early Seating is limitedd
Doors open 6:45 PMvt
!Auditorfum is 0.7 milessoutfi of traffic Cigfit in
OffCd'own
Southeast Corner of CR 55-91 antdSR 349


DIXIE COUNTY DUMP
SCHEDULE
by: Kim Lander


Above, you will find the Dixie.
County Schedule of DumpSites for
you to cut out for future reference.
Joe Ruth, Dixie County Solid
Waste Coordinator, states that the
above schedule seems to be work-
ing for the residents of Dixie Coun-
ty. "This is the schedule people
are used to", states Ruth. Ruth,
who manages 18 County Employ-
ees in his Department, credits the
smooth running operation to the
Dixie County Commissioners: He
says they are all able to do a bet-
ter job in his department due to the
Commissioners having provided
them with good equipment.
Ruth says they get a lot of calls re-
garding recycling in the county. He
states that there are certain items
which is cost prohibitive to recycle
in a small county such as Dixie.
He says they do all they can to re-
cycle, however items, such as
items with a short shelf life that do
not keep long enough to gather a
large enough quantity in our Coun-
ty. He insures that his department
is constantly aiming to become
more efficient.


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(1)10x8 DOOR .
(1) MAN DOOR
$3,960.00 +TAX INSTALLED
CERTIFIED $5,205.00--CONCIE re A, 'IL4CLE -13 COLoRS
SIZES FROM 12' To 30' Wvi:'F & 21' TL 51 L-N.rJ-,
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August 20th, a year ago today,
God called my Mother away.
A gentle wind blew across the land,
Reaching out to take her hand.
And on the winds the angels came.
Softly calling out my Mother's name.
The time has come to get your wings,
And leave behind your weordly things.
Left belinni, tie chitlrn's tears,.
Loving memories of ie years.
Somuch0oeandlov J
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Brother, Raymond Clark, Jr.
Grandma & Grandpa, Tony & Dale Bond


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Bluegrass

Pickin'

September 1 st

Otter Springs

Resort

We would like to ask every-
body to come out Sept. 1 at
7:00p.m. to listen to some of
the best bluegrass in North
Florida. The Suwannee Val-
ley Bluegrass Pickin takes
place at Otter Springs Re-
sort on the first Saturday of
each month and the music
starts at 7:00p.m. We will
be having our Bluegrass
Pickin going on inside of the
Otter Springs Resort Lodge.
It is free to the public, and in
a nice air-conditioned build-
ing. All you have to do is
bring yourself on out to Ot-
ter Springs Resort and have
a great time and enjoy some
good old time Bluegrass
music or call and reserve a
full hookup campsite. For
more information you can
call Cloud Haley at 800-990-
5410 or Otter Springs Re-
sort 352-463-0800. Hope to
see you there.'


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Advisory ,Council


RRMS will hold its first SAC meeting on Monday,
September 10th at 2:45 in the conference room in
the front office. We will elect members, chairper-
son, and secretary as well as vote on this years'
School Improvement Plan, meeting dates, and
some money items. We invite you to become a
vital part of our middle school.


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Medical.
Donation & Volunteer
55 Alive Volunteer In-
structors Needed Previous
experience is of no conse-
quence, training sessions pro-
vided. Call: 352-726-0753.
2001 Rx Program free
breathing medication and Neb-
ulizers asthma, emphysema or
COPD for qualified patients.
Gall: 800-344-5764
Florida Department of El-
der Affairs Volunteers need-
ed for the SHINE (Serving
Health Insurance Needs of El-
ders) Program. Comprehen-
sive training provided with flex-
ible hours. Call: 1-800-262-
2243


Hospice of North Central
Florida Haven Hospice needs
volunteers to serve our patients
in the Dixie County area. Call:
Dana Weinfurter at 352-493-
2333.
Poison Hotline a life-'
saving national hotline for poi-
son emergency treatment and
advice. Call: 800-222-1222.
Stop Addiction Drug
addiction can leave an individ-
ual 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 cen-
ters nationwide by calling 1-
800-468-6933 or logging onto
www.stopaddicion.com. Don't
wait until it's too late. Call Nar-
conon now!
Clubs & Organizations
Dixie Defenders Camp
#2086 Sons of Confederate
Veterans meets every 4th
Tuesday at the Carriage Inn.
Eat at 6 pm. Meeting at 7 pm.
All invited.
Another Way, Inc. do-
mestic Violence and Rape Cri-
sis Center. We offer 24 hr. hot-
line, emergency shelter, legal
advocacy, outreach services
and children services to victims
of sexual assault and rape.
All of our services are free
and confidential. Remember,
Rape is a crime.... Always
Rape is a crisis hotline 1-800-
875-7983.
Attention Air boaters -
North Florida Conservation and
Airboat Alliance, a newly
formed club is looking for new
members, that are interested in
fellowship with other air boaters
and sportsmen, and working to
keep our public lands and wa-
terways open for everyone to
use and enjoy. Every meeting is
covered dish Club meets sec-
ond Tuesday of every month at
7 p.m. at Mark Carvers cook
shed: 11166 100th, Live Oak,


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Florida, 32060. (1st drive on
right just past Suwannee Valley
Electric Coop.) For more Infor-
mation contact: Chris Ave,
Phone t# 386-658-1092.
American Legion Post
383 meeting are on 1st Wed.
and 3rd Tues. each month at
6:30 p.m. Call 542-2021.
Dixie County Historical
Society Sale of Dixie County
Historical Material weekly each
Friday at the old-Old Town
School, corner of SR 55A and
CR 349.
Free Business Assis-
tance UNF Small Business
Development Center at the
Chamber of Commerce office
in Cross City. Call M-W-F from
9-12 a[ 498-5454 to set up an
appointment. Appointment are
every Thursday between 1-4
p.m.
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.
Meetings & Events
The Dixieland Quilters-
Will be meeting every other
week starting June 12th, 2007
at 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Loca-
tions: First district Community
Center on Hwy 349, Old Town.
Call 352-542-9438 for more in-
formation.
Habitat for Humanity of
Suwannee Valley- meets the
3rd Monday of every month at
7:30 p.m. at the Good Shep-
pard Luthern Church,
Chiefland. -352-463-7207.
http://habitatsuwanneevalley.or
g.
CLUB- Meet at the 1st
Baptist Church every Sunday
night At 6 8 p.m.
AL-ANON Family Group
Meeting are held every
Wednesday Evening at 5:30
p.m. at the First Methodist
Church in Chiefland. Call 490-
6117.
Board of County Com-
missioners- 1st Thursday at
10 a.m. and the 3rd Thursday
at 6 p.m. at the County Court-
house Commission meeting
room.
DAV Auxiliary bingo
every Wednesday, 11 a.m. and
Saturday, 6 p.m. at Veterans
Rd. DAV Bldg. In Cross City.
Dixie Shrine Club 1st
Thursday of each month. Call:
352-542-7816.
Forest Park Hill Commu-
nity Center Has Bingo every
Monday Evening, Doors open
at 4:30 p.m., games start at
6:30 p.m.. Funds are to support
'the center and charities.
Holy Cross Catholic
Church- Bingo every Tuesday
Evening 6 p.m. US.19. Doors


open at 6 p.m.. snacks avail-
able. Free coffee.
Horseshoe Beach Town
Council 1 st Thursday of each
month at the City Hall begin-
ning at 6 p.m.
NA Meetings Each
Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the
Church of Christ on Hwy 19
and on Wednesday at 7 p.m. at
the Trenton Public Library. On
Hwy 129.
Call: 1-866-623-5776.
Tri-County Breast Can-
cer Support Group -meets
the 2nd Monday of each month
at 7 p.m.
Call: 352-490-4545.
Note: PSA s are
published without cost at the
discretion of the Advocate
and provide brief summaries
meetings and events of gen-
eral public interest. It is the
responsibility of the

Dixieland

Quilters news:
Summer is here, hot
weather and many are on
vacation or having visi-
tors to entertain at home,
grandchildren and family
reunions. We expect at-
tendance to be affected
accordingly. Rose Peeters
was with us today but is
heading back north this
week. All members pre-
sent were*working on
their applique projects
and they are turning out
great. Sad to say Peggy
Reitz will be moving away
and we will miss her. We
are having name tags
made for the members.
Plans are underway for a
club visit to Levy county
quilt museum on 8-28.
Quilting bees are fun and
the time passes by so
quickly. Like to sew?
Want to learn how to
quilt? Come join us next
month we'll be meeting
at the first district com-
munity center on 8-14 and
8-28 Tuesday at 10am till
3pm. Call 542-9438 for
info, Eleanora Orlando.


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So Are Your Customers!l
Advertise Today!

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Advocate Today!

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September 6th through September 9th
Thursday, 9/6/2007 ai 7 p.m.
Retretsnments atner senice
Friday. 9/7/2007 at 7 p.m. K
Relresnnmenls arter service
Saturday. 9/8/2007 at 7 p.m.
Dinner on tie grounds at 5 p.m. -
Sunday, 9/9/2007 at 10a.m.
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Shauna Clark returned Friday, August 11th A .
from Nashville with two recording contracts
Shauna and her family met Dave Wilcox,
Senior Vice President of Eddie Crook & Company
and Scott Godsey, a new Talent Agent at Eddie Crook & -
p Company. After a lot of prayer and conversations, Shauna -
and her family felt singing with Eddie Crook & Company.
was the right path for her.
b- There will be a benefit cookout for Shauna, to offset the -4
P initial cost of recording. The benefit will be held Friday, `
September 7th at 11 a.m. at the Cross City Park. -
The dinners are $5.00 each and include: Chicken & Rice,
i coleslaw, roll, dessert and a drink. Tickets will also be soldcL
Pr in advance; you may purchase them at Perry Auto; the
V Property Appraiser's Office.
or be looking for us to cairn
,.up with you. We will ais, e
p, taking orders for de vered
meals. Thank yoj for
,, prayers & support
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STUDENT OF THE WEEK


AUSTIN ROBERTS


Austin's favorite
II part of martial arts
is doing gymnas-
tics. His mother
loves the self-confi-
"' .. dence Austin is
4 .'"I gaining. She feels
this is a wonderful
experience for him.


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Cross City Tentecosta Hooliness Church
(BehindSubway)
Saturday Night GospeCSing
Southern Grace
Sept 1- 7:oo00.m.
'RevivaC
Starting Sunday Sept 2, at 11:oo a.m.
Through Sept. 7th
7:00 Nightly
Come hear young Shawn Campbelf from H-amilton, Ohio.
Shaun is a 27 year olCdwho preaches under a strong annoint-
ing. this is a "must hear" Man of God
For info: 498-3929.
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This concerns your money!
No changes can be made to your property:
1 tax assessment after September 11, 2007.'
I Please contact the Property Appraiser at Y
(352) 498-1210 PRIOR TO the above date:
if you think that a change is in order.


Enterp .
26287 SE 19 Hwy
$. P.O. Box 1087 *
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Office: (352) 542-9038 8
FAX: (352) 542-9570


Mon. Sat.
8:00 5:00


Dale, Josie, Shawn
Brandy, Phillip, Dale Jr.


Kylah, Nathalie, Jaxson & Graycen
are proud to announce their AunI l
Haley's acceptance to the /
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA!!'
We aresoproudofyouandall
of your accomplishments Aunt ,.-, .

Haley is a 2007 Graduate of :"-
Lake City Community College ,
with an A.A. in Liberal Arts and
Sciences. She started the
University of Florida in July-for
the summer semester and fin-
ished her classes with a 3.5 GPA.
One of her classes was a Senior level
English class. Haley has majored in English and hopes
to teach at the college level.
Congratulations Haley! We love you so much and we are
so proud of you! Remember, "I can do all things through
Christ who strengthens me." 1 Philippians 4:13.
Love,
Mom & Jason; Bo Kaye & Nathan; Hubel, Tina and the kids.



AND THE WINNER IS...
Calvary temple of God Church

On Saturday, August 25, 2007, local County Commissioner
Marvin Hunt was kind enough to stop in Grumpy's Italian
Restaurant to draw the winning card in their."Cookie Dri-
ve." Hopefully next Saturday, September 1, 2007, Brother
Jim and Kay Weeks can get all the bills hanging from the
ceiling for their Church. Grumpy's Restaurant asks that
you keep buying cookies and keep dropping cards in the
jar as they would like next month's drawing to be Septem-
ber 22, 2007. 'The Sky's the Limit" to help the community.


Full Gospel Church
Power in the Word
Gospel Kareoke, Singing Contest
1st, 2nd, 3rd place prices, must register by Sept. 22, '07.
Day of concert Sept 29th 10a.m. For registration entries
please phone 498-7167, Wayne Liles or 542-4910 Donald
Michael. 2 miles north of Highway 19 on Left side, look for
sign and balloons.


free Tutoring orffES and o s

Students on.Tree or educed Lunch

Please return SES form ou re-

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For more information calf Titfe office

498-6288#


at Joppa
Lodge No.4
On Tuesday, August 28,
2007, Joppa Lodge No.4
conferred the Fellow Craft
Degree on Daniel David
Joyce. The Fellow Craft
Degree is the Second
Step in becoming a
Freemason. The atten-
dance was great and fel-
owship was enjoyed by
all.


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Joppa Lodge No. 4 is located in Fletcher, Florida on SR 349.
Pictured, left to right: Robert Trask, Master of Joppa Lodge and Daniel
David Joyce.


Dude is a young, male, registered Cur. He is a very handsome
boy who likes kids and also likes other dogs. Dude is house-
trained and loves to be indoors and outdoors. He has been
neutered and has had all of his shots. Dude is looking for a
family to call his own. Come see him and you will fall in love
with him.
If your dog is overcome by heat exhaustion; you can give him or
her immediate first aid by immersing him or her in cold water
until the body temperature is lowered.
Due to the holiday weekend we will not be holding our Saturday
pet adoptions.
Dixie County Humane Society, Po Box 192, Old Town, FL 32680
Pamela Swanson 542-1081


DIXIE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT



SERVING YOU AT FIVE LOCATIONS

CROSS CITY /HIGHWAY 19
OLD TOWN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
RUTH RAINS MIDDLE SCHOOL
ANDERSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DIXIE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL,


Acute & Chronic Disease Care
Laceration Repair
Well Child & Newborn Care
School & Sports Physicals
Treatment fo, Asthma
WIC Coupons
Laboratory & X-Ray


* Minor Surgical Procedures
* Employment Physicals
* Family Planning / OB Care
* School Health Services
* Preventative Health Care
* Dental Services
* HIV Anonymous & Confidential Testing


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Child and Adult immunizations
Attention Deficit Disorder Evaluation & Treatment
Kiddy Corner Play Area for Children
FREE PREGNANCY TESTS
Board Certified Pediatrician To Care For Your Children
Board Certified Family Medicine Practitioner to Care For Adults
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Thursday August 30, 2007


Haven Hospice Administrator Jackie Price presents a check for
$327.09 to Commandant Rovert E. Lowyns and Chaplain Ted
Henley of the Tri County Marine Corps League. The check is
the result of a yard sale by Haven Hospice. The money will be
used to purchase the hand operated Trikes the Marines give to
handicapped children who have lost the use of their legs.
Photo by John Howell.


DEADLINES!!
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STATE PARK TO HOST SUWANNEE OLD-TIME
MUSIC WEEKEND

"A celebration of old time music"

WHITE SPRINGS The Florida Department of Environmental Protection's
Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park will be holding the 3rd Annu-
al Suwannee Old-Time Music Weekend, November 30 thru December 2.
Come spend the weekend picking up old-time music techniques from the
masters of the fiddle, banjo, guitar and voice.

This three day event feattires the Rhythm Rats whose wild and beautiful
old fiddle tunes, driving dance music, ballads, banjo songs, and mountain
blues are sung with ability, spirit, and authenticity. Our homegrown talents
include Fay Baird, Tammy Murray, and Chuck Levy. Instruction is offered for
guitar, vocals and beginning, intermediate and advanced fiddle and banjo.
Friday evening is the Florida Masters Concert featuring Tommy Bledsoe,
and the string band Upsala. Saturday evening features the Instructors
Showcase Concert. Concerts are open'to the public for a fee of $10.00.

Admission to the three day weekend is just $150.00 which includes work-
shops, jam sessions, concerts, and a continental breakfast on Saturday and
Sunday. Join the spouse program, which., includes 2 concerts, jams, and
continental breakfast for just $40.00.

For more information on the Suwannee Old-Time Music Weekend, call (386)
397-4478 or toll free 1-877-635-3655. To download registration forms, visit
HYPERLINK "http://www.FloridaStateParks.org/stephenfoster/Events.cfm"
www.FloridaStateParks.org/stephenfoster/Events.cfm Call Reserve America
at 1-800-326-3521 to reserve your camping space.

This event will take place:

Registration Friday, November 30, 2007 at 11:00 a.m.
November 30 December 2, 2007
Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park
White Springs, Florida
(Located on US 41, three miles from 1-75 and nine miles from 1-10)


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Dixie Students in Youth
While so many students enjoyed
their summer by spending time at Conservation CorDs


the springs or going on the fami-
ly vacation, members of the
Youth Conservation Corps
(YCC) at the Lower Suwannee
and Cedar Keys National
Wildlife Refuges worked long,
hot hours on improvements for
your refuges.
The YCC crew Branden
Jenkins, Ashley Long, Joshua
Loyd, and Sierra Quesnell -
worked along-side refuge staff
to complete boundary posting,
facilities and trail mainte-
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with refuge projects, they ,.
learned about conservation, Dixie County High School Student Ashley Long
wildlife, forestry and fire manage-helps construct the River Trail Boardwalk.
ment, law enforcement and visitor
services.
The students, coming from Cedar Key School, and Dixie and Chiefland High Schools, accomplished
an array of refuge projects in both Dixie and Levy counties during their ten weeks of employment.
Under the supervision of Ranger Ken McCain, they have left a permanent legacy by renovating the
hurricane damaged accessible Salt Creek observation platform in Dixie County, and completing con-
struction of a 1,000 feet long boardwalk extension of the River Trail Loop near Refuge headquarters
in Levy County. The boardwalk winds through a picturesque swamp adjacent to the historic Suwan-
nee River offering a safe trek to observe pileated woodpeckers, barred owls, and a spectacular array
of colorful butterflies and flowers.
By the end of their summer, each YCC team member gained something that few others were able -
an appreciation an understanding of the inner workings of a federal conservation agency. Working
well during a summer position for the National Wildlife Refuge System,
along with gaining job skills and experience in the federal workplace, are
'-opportunities these students recognized could change their lives.
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recognize and thank these extraordinary young members of Dixie and Levy
counties for their hard work and dedication to making your refuges and
community a better place to live, work, and play.

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Spotlight On Dixie


Florida
Department Of
Health Confirms
First Human
Death Of West
Nile Virus
The Florida Department of Health
(DOH) today confirms Florida's
first human death from West Nile
(WN) viral encephalitis of 2007 in a
Bay County resident. West Nile
virus is transmitted by the bite of
an infected mosquito.

Symptoms of West Nile virus
(WNV) infection, St Louis En-
cephalitis (SLE), and Eastern
Equine Encephalitis (EEE) may in-
clude headache, fever, fatigue, dizzi-
ness, weakness and confusion.
Physicians should contact their
county health department if they
suspect an individual may have a
mosquito-borne illness.
DOH laboratories pro- /
vide testing services fo:r
physicians treating pa- .
tients with clinical .
signs of mosquito '
borne diseases. / '


DOH continues to advise Floridi-
-ans to remain diligent in protecting
themselves from mosquito bites by
following the "5 D's," which in-
dude:
* Drainage Check around your
home to rid the area of standing
water, which is where mosquitoes
can lay their eggs.
* DEET- When the potential ex-
ists for exposure to mosquitoes, re-
pellents containing DEET (N,N-di-
ethyl-meta-toluamide, or N,N-di-
ethyl-3-methylbenzamide) are rec-
ommended. Picaridin and oil of
lemon eucalyptus are other repel-
lent options.
* Dress Wear clothing that covers
most of your skin.
* Dusk and Dawn- Avoid being
outdoors when mosquitoes are
most active.
Tips on Repellent Use

Always read label directions care-
fully for the approved usage before
applying a repellent to skin. Some
repellents are not suitable for chil-
dren.
Products with concentrationslof up
to 30 percent DEET are generally
recommended. Other potential
mosquito repellents, as reported by
the Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention (CDC) in April 2005,
contain picaridin or oil of lemon
eucalyptus. These products are
generally available at local pharma-
cies. Look for active ingredients to
be listed on the product label
Apply insect repellent to exposed
skin, or onto nothing, but not un-
der clothing.
In protecting children, read label
instructions to be sure the repellent
is age-appropriate..According to


the CLC, mosquito repelents con-
taining oil of lemon eucalyptus
should not be used on children un-
der the age of 3 years. DEET is not
recommended on children younger
than 2 months old.
Infants should be kept indoors or
mosquito netting should be used
over carriers when mosquitoes are
present.
Avoid applying repellents to the
hands of children. Adults should
apply repellent first to their own
hands and then transfer it to the
child's skin and clothing.
If additional protection is neces-
sary apply a permethrin repellent
directly to clothing. Again, always -
follow the manufacturer's direc-
tions.

Tips on Eliminating Mosquito
Breeding Sites


Elimination of breeding sites is
one of the keys to prevention.
Clean out leaves, troughs and gut-
ters.
Remove old tires or drill holes in
thu-:. used in playgrounds to
.. drain.
'Turn over or remove empty plas-
. ticpots.
Pick up all beverage containers
mid cups.
SCheck tarps on boats or other
equipment that may collect water.
Pump out bilges on boats.
Replace water in birdbaths and
pet or other animal feeding dishes
at least once a week.
Change water in plant trays, in-
cluding hanging plants, at least
once a week.
Remove vegetation or obstruc-
tions in drainage ditches that pre-
vent the flow of water.

Monitoring wild bird deaths can
help officials track the spread of
some mosquito-borne diseases.
Anyone who discovers a dead bird
is encouraged to'report it via the
Internet. The bird mortality re-
porting system is located on the
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conser-
vation Commission's website at
www.MyFWC.com/bird/. Citizens
may also report dead birds to a
county health department or local
FWC office.

Dixie County's Director of Mos-
quito Control, Joe Ruth com-
mented Tuesday that as press time
there have been absolutely no
Mosquito borne illnesses or
deaths in our county He says that
he has 3 computerized adult mos-
quito spray trucks out at night and
larve trucks out during the day He
says that our County's Mosquito
control Program is working well
with a high kill rate working with
all certified sprayers. He notes
that we have had a mild season
compared to others, but says it is
just getting started. He notes that
the county sprays strictly for
health reasons although it is nice
to rid the county of the nuisances.
SFor more info surf to the Centerfor De-
sease Control site www.dc.gov or con-
tact the Florida Department of Health.


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Alligator Season
Is Here

Florida's alligator hunting
season started August 15 and
the licenses have sold out.
This year, the Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) issued
four-thousand-five-hundred
(4,500) alligator harvest per-
mits with tags. Each hunter
is allowed two gators.

-Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
Officer Charles Higman
"The tagging technique,
when an individual purchas-
es a license, they also pur-
chase the two tags that need
to be affixed to the alligator
immediately upon killing the
alligator. That helps us then
monitor the alligators and
ensures that only legally tak-
en alligators are possessed."

In the 1960s, alligators were
considered an endangered
species, but their numbers
have quickly rebound and it
is estimated that about 1 %
million of these prehistoric
creatures reside in Florida.
There are so many, that since
1988 Florida has allowed per-
mitted gator hints.
- FWC Officer Charles Hig-
man
'Alligator hunts are allowed
as a method of balancing the
alligator population in the
state of Florida. They're a
natural resource and we do it
on a sustained-yield basis."

Last year, more than six-
thousand (6,000) gators were


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that remain un-
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harvested and since 2000,
nearly twenty-three thou-
sand (23,000) have been tak-
en. Most of the reptiles har-
vested are between 8 and 9
feet in length. It is an excit-
ing experience.

- Michael Hunter Alligator
Control
"Catching an alligator is
very exciting, you know, be-
cause every alligator is dif-
ferent no two alligators you
ever deal with is the same.
All of them have different
personalities and attitudes.
Some of them go' quietly and
others don't."

This hunt is not for the feint-
of-heart. Gator hunting takes
skill and alligators are dan-
gerous and have been known
to attack and kill humans.

They move lightning fast
when threatened or going af-
ter prey Their bite is danger-
ous for two reasons; it con-
tains lethal bacteria and
there is 3,000 pounds of pres-
sure per square inch in a
gator's jaws.

- Michael Hunter Alligator
Control
'Alligator hunting is danger-
ous if you don't use the prop-
er tools and techniques and
you don't treat the animal
with respect and you're not
cautious of what the animal
is capable of."

Alligators are active at night.
Licensed hunting is permit-
ted from one half-hour before
sunset to one half-hour after
sunrise and only in certain
areas specified by the state.


The season lasts until No-
vember 1st. If you would like
more information on alliga-
tor hunts, visit
MyFWC.com/gators.

Facts

The American Alligator is
classified by the U.S. Fish
and Wildlife Service as a
species with similarity of ap-
pearance (its appearance is
similar to the American
Crocodile, an endangered
species). This listing pro-
vides federal protection for
alligators, but allows state-
approved management and
control programs. In Florida,
the American alligator is
listed as a species of special
concern.

Florida has conducted alliga-
tor hunts since 1988.

Alligator season runs from
'August 15 through November
1.

In 2007, 4,500 alligator har-
vest permits were available.

The cost for a resident alliga-
tor trapping license and hide
validation tags is $271.50 for
residents, $1,021.50 for non-
residents. Additional per-
mits, regardless of residency,
are $61.50.

Hunters must be 18 years of
age by the beginning of alli-
gator hunting season to get a
permit.

An alligator trapping agent
license is available for $51.50,


which allows the license
holder to assist a trapper in
taking alligators.

Hatchling alligators may not
be taken.

Alligator hunting may only
take place at FWC specified
areas.

Alligators may only be taken
from % hour before sunset to
%' hour after sunrise each
day during the harvest peri-
od.

Alligators are carnivores,
cold-blooded and nocturnal.
They lay around 35 eggs each
year. Only about 15 eggs in a
clutch produce live hatch-
lings.

There are an estimated 1 2
million alligators in Florida
alone. Alligators occur in
other southeastern states.

Alligators fed by people,
whether intentionally or, un-
intentionally, pose the great-
est threat to people.


Tri-County Primary Care welcomes nationally published

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AND THE WINNER IS...
CaCvary tempe of God Church

On Saturday, August 25, 2007, local County Commissioner Mar-
vin Hunt was kind enough to stop in Grumpy's Italian Restaurant
to draw the winning card in their "Cookie Drive." Hopefully next
Saturday, September 1, 2007, Brother Jim and Kay Weeks can
get all the bills hanging from the ceiling for their Church.
Grumpy's Restaurant asks that you keep buying cookies and
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Pathways


Behold

the Tabernacle

of CG

Rev. 21:3
'Heaven and Hell"
The church on earth and the angel-
c heaven are one in operation.
The essentials of the church are
charity and faith. God, by his om-
nipotence, established the church
and revealed the laws of its order
n the Word; and when it totally fell,
-le assumed the humanity and re-
stored it. The Christian Church
was founded solely on the worship
of Jehovah in the humanity, that is,
of God-man. B:y Jerusalem, in the
book of Revelation, is signified the
church which shall descend out of
heaven from the Lord. All churches
Before the coming of the Lord were
representative churches. Today the
Lord alone will be worshipped as in
leaven. There is nothingof the
church where there is no spiritual
:ruth, and no religion where there is
no spiritual good. A new church
could not be established unless the


qTMFqff BAPrT'S1 C-UtRC( -fSEws

This was another glorious day at Faith. We had 2 good messages to-'
day and 'the special music in the morning service was done by Chris
Lord, and in the evening service by Heather Fore. Both did outstand-
ing jobs and as always we are ever thankful for the talent in our
church and the willingness of those to use it for God.
We thank God for the wonderful rain He has sent our way. We need-
ed it so badly and we pray that He will send us lots more. Our
AWANA group starts again this Wednesday night the 2'9th under the
directionof Bro. Leonard Allen. Be sure to invite a neighbor child,
grandchild, your own young ones and just anyone who has young
children. This may be the only opportunity these children have to
learn about Jesus. God will surely bless you
for it,
We had several visitors this morning and we want you to know how
special you are to us. If you are looking for a church home, we invite
you to share ours and if you're just passing through we invite you
back to visit with us anytime. Faith is a very special place with lots of
loving members and we're always ready to
share our love with you.
Don't forget we have Sunday School at 9:45 AM each 'Sunday, Church
services at 11:00 AM and Prayer Meeting at 7:00 PM on Wednesday.
Also remember to pray for the bereaved as we lost two members this
week who went home to be with the Lord. There will be a memorial
service immediately following the morning worship
service next Sunday for Peggy Turner. All who knew and loved her
are welcome to attend. Keep all these families in your prayers and
also remember the sick on our prayer list and those in the hospitals.
Until next week, may God keep you safe, happy and healthy. We'll be
looking for you In church next week.
Walker Creek Bethel Baptist Church
Invites you to join us on
Saturday, September 8th, 2007
At 7:00' pm Gospel Sing with
Henegar Generation from Hague,Fl.
Location 4980 SR. 349 (Old Town)
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Intersection at Central Baptist Church
/ Monday and Anderson Elementary School on
M. monday truh \ Horseshoe Beach Road.
Through .
Saturday New and Used Items! Furniture,
Saturday Tools. Antiques and much more!

3(352) 3516-3352


St. John the Evangelist Catholic
Church
of Chiefland


Religious Education classes on Wednesday
evenings from 6:00p.m. until 7:1 5p.m.

Snacks are served before classes from
5:30p.m. until 6:00p.m.

Classes began on August 22, but students
may still register fro classes.

Kindergarten through 12th grade.

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SALVATION
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Hebrews 5:9, 11:6
Romans 1:16
1 Corinthians 15:1-4
Romans 10:9-10
Matthew 28:18-19
Romans 6:3-7
Acts 2:36-41
Mark 16:15-16
Colossians 2:11-13,1:13-14
Galations 1:6-9
Hebrews 4:12
2 Corinthians 5:10


John 16:6
Acts 4:12

Matthew 10:32-33

John 3:1-5
Acts 8:30-39
1 Peter 3:21

2 Thessalonians 1:7-9
John 12:48
Romans 16:16


The Word Made Flesh
'The Divine Trinity"


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hells were first reduced into subjec-
tion and the heavens restored to
order. To belong to t he church is
not merely to be in possession of
the word, to read it, or to hear it
from the preacher, but to under-
stand it. The church is as the heart
and lungs in the universal man.
The church is called a mother, be-
cause as a natural mother nourish-
es her children with natural food, sc
the church nourishes her children
with spiritual food. The church con-
stitutes the body of Christ and
every particular person in whom
the church is, in some member of
that body. The conjunction of good
and truth, which constittues heav-
en, constittues also the church.
Man is initiated into civil life by his
country and into spiritual life by the
church. Abaddon or Apollyon, signi-
fies those who destroy souls by
means of fallacy. Presaachers who
do the work of their ministry from
no higher motives than those of
gain and worldly honor, and who
teach such doctrines as they see
by the Word, or might see, the be
untrue, are spiritual thieves; for
they rob the people of the means ol
salvation, which are the truths of
faith.


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(352) 498-3711

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(352) 5424801

Wind cathe Spirit Oulreach Ministries
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Holy Cross Catholic Mission
wy. 19 South or CitCy
(352) 498-5671
Mass -Suhdays -11:30 a.m.
Confession -Sundays 10:45 11:15 am
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(362) 542-2207 Rosary Every Tuesday 3 p.m.
Full Gospel Church
Power In The Word .
Pastor -- Wayne Liles Li-e- .s"-"
2 miles NE of Red Light in Old Town, Hwy 349 -, /
(352) 498-7167
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1, the son of man, say a new Ecclesiastical History must be written,
because now is the Lord's Advent predicted in Matthew 24. The
church was different before the Council of Nice, as long as the
Apostles Creed was in force. It became changed after the Council of
Nice, and still mote after the Athanasian Creed was composed. I
the son of man, say the books are to be enumerated with was writ-
ten, from the beginning .to the present day. The writing there is
such, that it shines brightly before those who believe in the Lord
and in the new revelation; but it appears dark and of no conse-
quence to those who deny them, and who are not in favor of them
on account of various external reasons. The cardinal point of doc-
trine respecting the Triune God and the Lord was subverted in the
church especially by the dogma of free Divine persons from eterni-
ty. I the son of man say the idea of common people of the Divine
Trinity, is that God the Father sits on high, and His son at His right
hand, and that they send the Holy spirit to men. The idea of the
clergy in respect to the Trinity is, that there are three persons,
each of whom is God and Lord, and that to the three there is one
and the same essence. The idea of the wise among the clergy is,
that there are three communicable properties and qualities; but by
three persons are meant what are incommunicable. There is a Di-
vine Trinity; from the sacred scripture and from reason. From a
trinity of God's is necessary, and thus a Trinity of a person, is in
God incarnate, or in Jesus Christ. This is confirmed from the Sa-
cred Scripture; and also from reason, since there is a trinity in
every man. The Apostolic church never thought of a trinity of per-
sons, as is evident from their Creed. I the son of man, say a trinity
of Personss was first invented by the Nicene Council. It was de-
rived there from into the churches after that time, even to the pre-
sent time. That trinity of Persons has inverted the whole church,
and has falsified each and all things thereof. All say that is is be-
yond comprehension, and that the understanding is to be held un-
der obedience to faith. I the son of man, say what is "a son born
from eternity?" In the Lord there is a Trinity, and in the Trinity is
Unity. Love you. Continued next week.



S1TEW PROScPECFT' BAPTIS'

ITfEWS

Even though it was a somewhat rainy Sunday, the atmosphere
inside the sanctuary was sunny as we sang the hymns of praise
and worship to our Heavenly Father and heard His Word so ably
proclaimed! Our choir was finely tuned and, after the blessings
we received through, song, Bro. Billy delivered God's siriple but
timeless message, choosing as his text Acts 3:1-8. What a
blessing it is to be in God' House!
On Sunday morning, Sept. 2nd, we will begin our new Sunday
School year with a delicious breakfast served at 9:00 A. M. in the
church annex, prepared by none other than our MEN. The ladies
really look forward to this annual event! In other news,
we are proud to count as one of our own Miss Shauna Clark, who
recently landed a recording contract in Nashville,
Tennessee...way to go, Shauna!
Once again, we have many on the church prayer list who are in
urgent need of prayer; please be diligent in remembering to pray
for them, as well as those on the prayer lists of all the other
churches in our community. Remember also to continue your
prayers for our President and other leaders and, especially, for
our people in the military. You have a standing invitation to visit
with us at New Prospect anytime...we welcome all! Have a good
week, and may God bless you with a safe and
happy Labor Day.


The Lord blessed Lydia mightily on Sunday: our morning
service was effervescent with the Holy Spirit, then the joy
continued throughout the afternoon as five of our members
were baptized in the beautiful Suwannee River, and to cap
off a blessed day our evening "sing" inspired us all with
many guest singers (in addition to several from our own
congregation) offering beautiful songs of praise and wor-
ship.

Elaine Hines taught the children that we can't just give a
PART of ourselves to Jesus, we must surrender ALL of our-
selves, and let God decide what we'll become!

Pastor Wayne Allen's riveting message from Isaiah 64:1
prepared us for our upcoming revival, (September 16th).
Don't use the excuse "I don't have time to come to church
or to the revival." Jesus had a very busy schedule too, but
He took the time to DIE for us! Don't push Jesus off into a
corner just because you're busy with other things, when you
need him later, you may not be able to find him, all crum-
pled up in that dark corner!

We must prepare our own heart to be receptive for revival,
as God is the only power who can engender revival. Then
we must be active for God; so revival can succeed. Some
people are afraid to get too close to God because he'll re-
quire them to make some changes in their life!

Please come for a delicious breakfast on Sunday, Septem-
ber 2nd at 9AM. Our yard sale is September 7th and 8th.
Donations are welcome. Brother Travis Lane from Astalula
begins our revival on September 16th. Remember, at Lydia,
everybody is somebody and Christ is everything.


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Obituaries


In Memory Of Jack


JERRY ANTHONY HORNE

Jerry Anthony Home, 68, of Chiefland, passed away Tues-
day, August 21, 2007 at North Florida Regional Medical
Center. Mr. Home was a member of the Suwannee Baptist
Church and also a member of the Chiefland Chapter VFW
and Fanning Springs Moose Lodge. He retired as an E8
from the US Navy after 21 years of service he then worked
for the Suwannee Water Plant for 20 years and retired as
Water Plant Supervisor. He then moved to Chiefland in
2000 and was working for the Levy County Landfill as a
Spotter.

He is survived by his wife, Basilene Home of Chiefland;
son, Craven Home of Orange Park, FL; daughter, Jerri Lynn
Woods and husband Robert of Live Oak, FL; brother, Jack
Daniel Home and wife Patsy of Smithville, MS; sisters, Mar-
celle Medley, Jimmie Little and husband James, Martha Hol-
land and husband Joe Wayne, Linda Cadden and husband
Johnny all of Smithville, MS and Carolyn Murphy of Tupelo,
MS; 4 grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his par-
ents, Relda V. and Ruby Jewel Home and sister, Marion
McWhirter.

Funeral Services will be held Friday, August 24, 20107 at
9AM at the Rick Gooding Funeral Home in Cross City with
Rev. Fred Edwards officiating. A service will also be held Fri-
day, August 24, 2007 at 2PM at the Florida National Ceme-
tery in Bushnell. A visitation will be held Thursday, August
23, 2007 between the hours of 6 and 8PM at the Rick
Gooding Funeral Home.

Arrangements have been placed under the care of the Rick
Gooding Funeral Home, US Hwy 19, Cross City, FL (352).
498-5400.


Rosa Mae Allen

Rosa Mae Allen of Old Town passed away on Au-
gust 26, 2007 at Heritage Healthcare Center in
Tallahassee. She was 75 years old. Rosa was
born on July 13, 1932 in Colquit Cbunty, GA. She
moved to Old Town in 2000 from Huntsville, Al-
abama. Rosa was retired from Chrysler. She was
a member of The Red Hat Society of Old Town
and The Seventh Day Adventist Church of Cross
City.

Rosa is preceded in death by her husband Rev.
Sam Allen. She is survived by her daughter, Linda
James May of Warner Robins, GA. Son, John
Daniel James of Orlando. 2 Sisters; Ellen Irene
Wright and Alma Florine Wright both of Old Town,
FL. 2 Grandchildren and 5 Great Grandchildren.

Burial will be at a later date at Macon Memorial in
Macon, GA. Arrangements are under the care of
Watson Funeral Home, 426 W. Wade Street,
Trenton, FL 32693, (352) 463-8888.
her past students would stop
her on the street or at par-
|p ties and want a dance with
theu" beautiful former
teacher:


Nell Idell

Bowis

(Norton)

Hippenmeier

December 14, 1912 -
August 16, 2007

Nell was brought into the
world early and she left late.
She had great tenacity arriv-
ing weighing less than three
pounds in an era with no in-
cubators nor neo natal ICU's.
She had the strength to sur-
vive and kept that iron will
throughout her long life.

She was born in Tampa,
Florida to G.D. (Douglas) and
Mamie Travis Bowis Both
of her grandfathers were wa-
ter boys during the War Be-
tween the States and she was
very proud of being a South-
erner.

She attended Gorrie Elemen-
tary, Wilson Jr. High and
H.B. Plant graduating in the
first class to attend all three
years at the brand new high
school. She traveled to Flori-
da State College for Women
(now FSU) and graduated in
two years with a License to
Teach. She began teaching
third grade at Roosevelt Ele-
mentary when she was just
nineteen. Many of her stu-
dents were barely ten years
younger and they adored her.
Throughout her life some of


She tell in love and married
li Charles Edward "Pete" Nor-
ton in 1937. He told her he
Jonlh married her to keep her
I"off the shelf' but of course
at the time she was quite the
popular girl with luncheon,
afternoon, dinner and after
dinner dates as well as an oc-
casional "late" date! Keep
her "off the shelf' indeed!
Pete was a little older and
the Sports Editor for the
Tampa Tribune. He was
quite well known for his col-
umn "The Morning After"
and certainly one of Tampa's
more eligible bachelors at
the time. They had an en-
chanted marriage the fruit of
which bore Douglas and Su-
san. Sadly Pete died in 1952
when Nell was just thirty
nine.

That iron will came into play
and Nell went back to the
University of Tampa to get
her B.A. because the rules
governing teaching had
changed in twenty years.
She attained her degree with
two young children in tow
and began teaching third
grade again.

Lucky in love, after a few
years, she began seeing a
handsome widower whom
she had dated way back in
high school. He also had
two young children (Ann and
Bill, Jr.) and with much lob-
bying from all four kids, they
married in 1957. Bill Hippen-
meier was a loving, gentle
person and they made a
handsome couple. When
they would arrive at a party,
Jack Golly's band would stop
playing and break into "Fas-
cination" their favorite
song. Needless to say they
both were well loved. Sadly


Hendry Williams

Jack Hendry Williams, 89, of Valdosta, died at his home on
Tuesday, August 21, 2007 after a lengthy illness. He was born
in Perry, Florida on April 28, 1918 to the late Ollie and Lura
Mae Caswell Williams. He was a member of First United
Methodist Church and a member of the Christian Home
Builders' Sunday School Class. Mr. Williams was a Master
Mason with the William B. Barnette Lodge of Jacksonville,
FL. He graduated from the University of Florida with a de-
gree in Forestry, participated in the band, and was a member
of the Delta Chi Fraternity He was a Master Sergeant in the
United States Army serving in the Pacific Theater with the
465th Amphibious Unit during World War II.

He is survived by his wife of 65 years, Eugenia Threlkeld
Williams; daughter and son-in-law, Roxanne Williams Brown
and Michael Brown all of Valdosta; a son and daughter-in-
law, Frank C. and Rebecca Williams and three grandchildren,
Nathaniel, Matthew, and Sarah Grace all of Wetumpka, AL.
He is also survived by his sister and brother-in-law, Mary
Williams Taylor and Frank Taylor of Cross City, FL. Mr.
Williams was preceded in death by two brothers, Mershon
and Thomas Williams.

A graveside service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, Au
gust 23, 2007 at Sunset Hill Cemetery with Reverend Thomas
Mason, Jr. officiating. The family will receive friends at the
funeral home from 9:30 a.m. until the service. In lieu of flow-
ers donations may be made to the First United Methodist
Church. Carson McLane Funeral Home is in charge of
arrangements.

Happy Birthday to
Our Beloved Wife, Mother and Nanny
Mary Jo Sheets
September 2, 1942 June 26, 2005

It would be your 65th birthday, but we won't be celebrating
it. It's your second one in Heaven and our here without you.
There won't be any cake or gifts. We can't send any cards
or even pick up the phone to wish you a Happy Birthday.
Your hands we cannot touch, your neck we cannot hug,_
your sweet cheek we cannot even kiss.

You are missed dearly, you meant the world to us all. We all
still need you so much that we don't what to do at times.
The only things that get us through the hard times is know-
ing that you're in a better place and that you are no longer
suffering.

You were the light that led us home. You were the part that
made that old house a home, and now that you're gone,
that house is just a building that we no longer go to. You
were the piece of the puzzle that held us all together, but
now were just broken pieces that no longer fit together.

Because in every heart you touched, in every life you
changed, in every thought you inspired, your love lives on.
So today, on your birthday, we ask God to give you a mes-
sage from us, to you the one we love so dearly and miss so
much, let the angels sing a special Happy Birthday to you
from those you left behind who love you forever.

Love you always, Gene, Martha, Kaitlyn & Colby, Brenda &
Family, Jerry & Family, Sarah & Family, Susan & Family,
Rachel & Family.


Bill passed away New Year's
Day 1984.

That old iron will came back
into play and Nell continued
to live in her own house for
many many years. She con-
tinued to wear out the phone
talking to her multitude of
friends and playing bridge at
every opportunity She never
missed 8:00 A.M. service at
St. John's Episcopal Church
on Sunday but she really
was a disciple of the church
of the "golden rule" which
she practiced every day

When she was approaching
ninety, she moved to Stein-
hatchee to be near her
daughter, Susan. She was
not well at the time but re-
bounded and began to attend
the Steinhatchee United
Methodist Church, belong to
the Steinhatchee Garden
Club, the Steinhatchee AARP
and the Red Hot Tamamas in
Steinhatchee. She was the
oldest and the cutest member
in her red sequined hat with
a red feather! Everyone who
met her in Jena and Stein-
hatchee fell in love with her
because of her sweet nature
and her wonderful sense of
humor. She also enjoyed a
beer at River Haven Marina
some afternoons and made
friends with the fishermen
who know who they are!

One of her favorite expres-
sions when things weren't
going her way was "Pooey
Toots and Billy Pills" and if
they were or if something
"great" happened, she'd say,
"Praise Allah." Her family
never knew where she came
up with those phrases; but
they were vintage "Nell".

While in college at FSCW,
she became a member of
Kappa Delta Sorority She al-
ways remained a loyal mem-
ber and kept most of her old
friendships alive throughout


her life. Loyalty was one of
her most valued attributes.
If she told you something,
you could take it to the bank
and if she said she'd keep a
secret, you knew it was a sol-
id vow.

She didn't know how to
thread a needle, but she knit-
ted up the lives of her family.
She didn't know how to cook
a gourmet meal, but she
nourished her friends with
affection. She didn't have the
latest hat, the fanciest car or
the biggest house because
"things" were not important
to her. People were impor-
tant to her.

She did know how to dance
and play bridge. Two of her
favorite things. She knew
how to solve problems and
her advice was welcome.
She was never judgemental
or bossy but she always
stood her ground. She was
never argumentative or sar-
castic but she could be funny
- to a fault. She was petite
with pale blue eyes that
danced with life. She brought
sunshine into the world. It's
a little darker now.

She is survived by her son,
Charles Douglas Norton
(Minnie), her daughter Su-
san Norton Curtis (David),
her stepdaughter, Ann Hip-
penmeier White (Jack) and
stepson William Burke Hip-
penmeier Jr.(Patty) Her
grandchildren are Debra
Norton Wear (Sam), Charles
Douglas Norton, Jr.(Amy),
Mary Ellen Norton Collins
(LeRoy), Ann White Lafer-
riere, Jack White and Bill
Hippenmeier III. She leaves
four great grandchildren,
Allyson Norton, Mary Leigh
Wear, Sara Laferriere and
Aimee Laferriere. And a
world of friends.


Lena Myrtle
Peacock

Lena Myrtle Peacock, 93,
'. .. of Cross City passed away
S: on Thursday, August 23,
S; 2007, at Doctors Memorial
Hospital in Perry. Mrs. Pea-
cock was born in Mayo,
Florida on April 9, 1914 to
Albert and Mary Pendleton,
and spent her lifetime in
Dixie County. She was a
member of the First Baptist
Church in Cross City, where she'was baptized in 1925 at
the age of 11.

She is survived by her daughter, Margaret Peacock Schnei-
der and husband Carl of Cross City; granddaughters, Gini
Schneider of Cross City, Carla Coward and husband Tommy
of McClenny, and Karen Hires and husband Rodney of
Cross City; sister, Hazel Jones of Old Town; 4 great grand-
children and 2 great-great grandchildren.


Funeral services were held Sunday, August 26, 2007 at the
First Baptist Church in Cross City with Rev. Mike Brown and
- Rev. Jake Cravey officiating. Burial followed at the Cross
City Cemetery. A visitation was held Saturday, August 25,
2007 between the hours of 6 and 8PM at the Rick Gooding
Funeral Home in Cross City.

Arrangements were placed under the care of the Rick
Gooding Funeral Home, US Hwy 19, Cross City, (352) 498-
5400.

Peggy E. Turner

Peggy E. Turner, 61, of Old Town passed away
Sat., August 25, 2007. her hobbies were sewing
and reading her bible and pleasing others. She
was an active member of Faith Baptist Church.
She is survived by a daughter, Lori Corley of Tam-
pa, Allen Turner of Old Town, and Ray Turner of
i Tampa, one brother Pat Kelley of Tampa, her
longtime companion and the love of her life, Karl
Hensel of Old Town, and the Turner Family she
has been.with for 47 years. She had three grand-
children Aaron and Adam Turner of Old Town and
Robin Heistand (Jarrett) of Lakeland, two great-
grandchildren, Allison and Nicolas of Lakeland.

A memorial service will take place Sunday Sep-
tember 2, 2007 at Faith Baptist Church with
Brother Jackey Petrey officiating. A-Direct Cre-
mation of Gainesville is in charge of arrange-
ments.


Eirsrt Baptist of Steinhatchee 'News

Last Monday we had 24 of our Sunday School Teachers and Awana
helpers going on the church bus to The Homestead Restaurant in
Fanning Springs! A big "thank you" to all our special folks giving of
your time, energy, thought, study, preparation and t. I. c. to teach
GOD'S? WORD in your class! We appreciate each of you! And oh
yes ,the rewards you will receive someday!
Monday night everyone enjoyed the wedding shower of Leon and
Brittany! Yes they were showered with lots of gifts Wow a young
couple needs soooo much. But GOD will bless them, if they continues
to follow HIS will in their lives. We are proud of them.
Recently our little daily study guide called, "Our Daily Bread" was a
true story told about Buzz Aldrin's trip to the'moon in 1969. He was
on Apollo 11 that actually landed on Sunday, July 20th of that year.
Most of us are familiar with? Neil Armstrong's historic statement as
he stepped onto the moon's surface: "That's one small step for man;
one giant step for mankind". But few know about the first meal eaten
there! Astronaut Buzz Aldrin had brought on the space craft, a tiny
communion kit provided by his church. Mr. Aldrin sent a radio broad-
cast back to earth asking the listeners to think about the'events of
that day and give thanks to GOD! It said....Aldrin poured wine into a
silver challis. He read. I am the vine, you are the branches. He who
abides in ME and I in him bears much fruit" ( John 15:5) Silently,
he gave thanks and partook of the bread and cup.GOD is every-
where! Psalm 130:8 says "If I ascend into heaven, You are there. If
Buzz Aldrin celebrated that experience for the LORD on the surface of
the moon,.thousands of miles from earth, then can we not experi-
ence the same here at home ? Are you feeling far from home, today?
Who moved Is there a void in your life? Do you feel as if you are
sometimes in a dark valley? Are you happy? Just come to GOD,
feel?HIS love and forgiveness. No matter what the situation. GOD is
only a prayer away! Remember....GOD'S presence with us is HIS
greatest present to us.
Come on down and visit?with us at First Baptist, known as..."The
Lighthouse on the Gulf. If you are sinking, and about to loose your
grip, GOD is here, throwing you alifeline, just hold tight, before you
go under. We must experience our weakness, to experience GOD'S
strength, and with HIS strength we will find all we need to
navigate through the?storms of life in this turbulent world we live in.
Sending lots of love, prayers, hugs and smiles.

Genesis 3: King James Holy Bible
Have you ever felt like a sinner? Has
the voice of God ever called out to
you? There was a time; so it is believed, long, long ago, when
the earth was new and native, that God dwell with a people. That he
walked and talked with them. Was a friend to some and sought the
hearts of others. Then innocence was lost, by disobedience sin en-
tered and served the relationship.
For centuries Kings, Priests and Prophets tried to restore har-
mony. Building Holy temples, inlaid alters and demanding out-
landish sacrifices. But god remained aloof. Then almost unnoticed
and completely unexpected form among mere men, there came one
so Gracious and noble that he became known to be the son of God.
His wit and wisdom was to marvel, not condescending. He was not
lost or a wanderer, he was focused and possessed a personal knowl-
edge of God, the Father. For those so long estranged this was good
news and they hungered.' His source of origins and education was
for speculation, but he was accessible. He would come to your wed-
dings. Dine at youF'table. Provide help where needed and lessen so-
cial burdens. In gratitude you could wash his feet, shares your per-
fume and even touch his garment. His examples of love and grace
were so heartfelt and life enriching that he became the foundation
of the Christian Church....Jesus.
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Stadiums come and go these
days like pre-fab homes, so
maybe it's not such a big deal
anymore when an old arena
falls prey to the bulldozers.
And we knew that Miami's
Orange Bowl was on life sup-
port.
This will be the last season
that the Miami Hurricanes
play football in the complex
at 1501 NW 3rd St., which
was built with WPA funds in
1935 and began hosting the
post-season game as part of
winter festival in 1938.
There are many good memo-
ries for me in the Orange
Bowl, which is now about to
become nothing more than
an empty relic and then a
pile of rubble.
The Orange Bowl to us was
what Yankee Stadium has
been to New York. And it's
sad to see 01' Gray Lady go
away '
As for favorite games played
there, everybody has his or
her own list. And while I did
not attend the Boston Col-
lege-Miami game won on
Doug Flutie's "Hail Mary"
touchdown to Gerard Phelan
for a miraculous 47-45 victo-
ry in 1984, or any of those
Miami-Nebraska-Florida
State Orange Bowls of the
1990s, I did attend all five of


the Super Bowl games
played there. I saw my first
Super Bowl Game there (II)
won by the Packers over the,
Raiders 33-14.
Not the least of those memo-
ries was Super Bowl epics
like Joe Namath Jets' 1969
upset of the Baltimore Colts
and Terry Bradshaw's Steel-
ers over the Cowboys and
far too many great college
games to recall:
When I attended my first Or-
ange Bowl game, I sat in the
stands to watch Bear
Bryant's Alabama team, led
by LeRoy Jordan, beat Okla-
homa.
I remember seeing Florida
Gator running back Larry
Smith's pants falling down
as he ran for a long touch-
down against Georgia Tech;
the entire Gator team do the
"flop" to allow Miami to
score get the ball back for
quarterback for John Reaves
to set the NCAA passing
record in 1971; Alabama's
Joe Namath stopped cold by
Texas linebacker Tommy
Nobis on fourth and goal at
the 1-yard line, preserving a
21-17 Longhorn victory
As a random guess, I've
probably covered over 100
football games there over the
years.


I've been locked in there late
at night and even split my
pants crawling over the
barbed wire.
As college football venues go,
for ambience it was nowhere
near "Death Valley" at Baton
Rouge, or "The Swamp" in
Gainesville, Michigan Stadi-
um in Ann Arbor, or Ney-
land Stadium in Knoxville.
The Orange Bowl, however,
was the site of many histori-
cal football moments, a mu-
seum of sorts, and it's never
good to see those kinds of
landmarks go away
We just to seem to have the
will to protect our history.
I often wonder what it would
be like if the Greeks had
torn down all the ruins
where the Olympics were
held.

Quick Jump Starts
1. The season we college foot-
ball fans have awaited so
long starts Thursday night
and ends on Jan. 7 with the
BCS Championship Game at
the New Orleans Super
Dome.
2. If I were picking two
teams today to play in that
BCS title game it would be
Southern Cal and Texas.
3. So they tell me the PGA
Tour has started its FedEx


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-1. Whyi must Randy Shannon
make such a secret about lus
stUtint ig tluart-rback is
KIyle Wrig-l or Iuir'by Free-
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es are ex-pecting Anrhe (Bub-
ba Caldwell to have a huge
year hi a poll of players tbr
captahis. he was the leading
vote getter. pro\-ing his se-
nior leadership will be an as-
set.

Short Stuff
Like father like son: John El-
way who was coached in col-
lege by his late father Jack,
is coaching his son, a senior
at Cherry Creek High School
in Denver ... At the rate
South Carolina players are
getting in trouble, Steve
Spurrier may have to get a
bigger dog house and Colum-
bia a new jail house ... Notre
Dame has obviously been
keeping it a secret that
young Jimmy Clausen,
starter for the Irish, has off-
season surgery to remove
bone chips on the elbow of
his throwing arm.

This just in:
A surprise in
Gainesville
It may be that Florida
stumbles against Ten-
nessee or LSU or Auburn
or South Carolina, but for
all these experts who
downgraded the Gators
for a)The lack of a good
defense; or b)A question-
able passing attack, are
going to be in for a sur-
prise. Even though they
lost nine starters, co-de-
fensive coordinators
Charlie Strong and Greg
Mattison reloaded with an
impressive array of
young talent, so stay


tulnef lor tat. As for'
passing, Tim Tebow has
thrown with decent accu-
racy to a splendid group
of receivers that go eight
deep. including speeders
Percy Harv in. Louis NMiur-
phy and Bubba Caldwell.
It one of the finest group
of pass-catchers I've ever
seen in Gainesville.

Nothing But 'Net
(With a little help
ftom Buddy's Cober-
friends)

Bumper

sticker,

T-Shirt or Sign
1. If you are willing to admit
faults, you have one less fault
to admit.
2. There are three faithful
friends an old wife, an old
dog, and ready money
3. You cannot get to the top
by sitting on your bottom.


Buddy's Believe It
Or Not
(But don't ask him
to prove it)
1. The electric chair was in-
vented by a dentist.
2. The average person falls
asleep in seven minutes,
3. The name of all the conti-
nents ends with the same let-
ter that they start with.

Today's Joke
Actual call center conversa-
tions:
Customer 'Tve been calling
700-1000 for two days and
cant get through; can you
help."


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Thank You for your Support
Joe & Gayle Lovelace.


The Dixie County Bears Var-
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Coaches would like to thank
Mark Rains for feeding the
football team Friday nighi
before the Kick-Off Classic.
The Bears enjoyed good
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before travelling to Trenton.

We appreciate the dedica-
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The Highwaymen were a group of black artists work-
ing on Florida's east coast beginning around 1955. They
travelled the roads of central Florida selling paintings
to those they met.
The paintings you see above are from the collection of
Bud Brewer. Mr. Brewer has quite a fine collection of
these paintings which he has amassed over the coarse
of several years. Unfortunately, we do not have room to
display all of them in this issue, but we hope to present
more of them in the future.
The paintings pictured above are some of the works of
Samuel Newton, who is still actively painting. Mr. New-
ton's paintings strongly reflect the work of A. E.
"Bean" Backus, who is considered the dean of Florida
landscape panters.-


In a routine meeting Monday night, the Cross City City
Council heard reports on the progress City Manager
Mike Cassidy is making in cleaning up properties with-
in the city limits that are deemed to be hazards to pub-
lic safety due to debris, junk cars, and excess and pro-
hibited livestock animals. Letters have been sent and
visits have been made to offending property owners by
city and state officials in an effort to reduce any health
hazards present.
The council also passed a resolution approving Larry
Lashlev's proposed propertv division, heard reports


For years some residents of Horseshoe Beach have dreamed of having from Johnny Greene on the state of the citys service
library in town. A questionnaire was circulated around town to see how
many people wereinterested in a library and the excitement began. People l, s a budg ting
began to talk about all the possibilities for education if there were such a older trucks or purchasing new trucks as budgeting
place available. permits.
Dennis Buckley, owner of Sam's Plaza offered a building for the library to Angie Bush, City Clerk, reported that City Hall will be
the city rent free for two years. After much discussion it was decided the city closed Monday, September 3, for Labor Day.
could not afford to run the library but they would provide electric and water
if a non-profit organization was formed. Donations started to pour in even S singles M ministry
before the non-profit could be organized.
Offers have been made to loan museum quality pieces for display and we
hope to have the owners offer presentations of the history of the pieces. The singles ministry of the First Baptist Church of Cross
There are many well educated and talented people in Horseshoe Beach City meets each Thursday at 7:00pm for fun, fellowship and
and several have offered to do presentations. bible study. meetings are held in the Dr. Thomas building
behind the church.
Corporate paperwork has been filed and the work is starting on preparing ,
the building. With books, shelves and computers being donated storage is On August 30th we will host special guest speaker Angle
becoming a problem as the building for the library still has to be painted. Land. Mrs. Land, Director of the Lafayette Baptist Associa-
Volunteers are needed to help with the painting so come join the fun. tion's Family Ministries, will be teaching from her series
Please contact Ramona ,
Pletcher 498-4088, Martha McBurnette 498-3474, Maxie Puemer 498-7334 "Guarding the Heart."
or Flo Gilchrist 498-2843.
Whether you are single by choice or circumstance, you are
A bake sale is planned for Saturday Sept 1 at the library. All volunteers invited to join other single people from the tri-county area
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SchooPl's Back In


Anderson Elementary Congratu-
lates Its Students For Their Out-
standing FCAT Scores
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lr. Bennett, admittedly having a great time,
thanked the students for their hard work, and
looks forward to a repeat performance this year.
At 2:30, on Friday afternoon, the students began to stream into -
Anderson Elementary School's cafeteria. They had been invited to
attend a grand celebration in their honor. All present were being re-
warded for the hard work they had done, and the excellent scores
they had achieved on their FCAT examinations. This is no small
feat, as the test requires 8-10 hours, divided among several days, to
administer.
Three of the students, Ronald Hendricks, Sarah Hurst, and Katelyn
VanAernam, were awarded the chance to throw pies at faculty mem-
bers for receiving more than one level 5 score.
The festivities began with music and dancing. Children played, ran,
turned cartwheels and summersaults, and otherwise ran gleefully
amok. Among the more organized dances the students enjoyed were
the Hokey Pokey, a Conga line, and, of course, the Limbo. The party


Anderson Elemen-
tary School
Advisory Council
As the School Advisory
Council Chairperson for the
2007-2008 school year, I would
like to take this opportunity
to tell you about Anderson
Elementary's School Adviso-
ry Council.
Each school in the State of
Florida must have a School
Advisory Council. The pur-
pose of a SAC is to assist in
the preparation and evalua-
tion of the school improve-
ment plan, determine the ex-
penditure of the School Im-
provement Funds, and act as
an advisory body.
SAC receives annual money
"to be used at the discretion
of the School Advisory Com-
mittee." However, a portion
of these funds must be used
for implementing the school
improvement plan.
By law, each SAC must be
composed of the principal
and an "appropriate bal-
anced" number of members.
Members include the.Princi-
pal, parents, teachers, admin-
istrators, support staff, and
business and community cit-
izens. Peer election is used
to select parent, teacher, and
educational Staff profession-
als. The majority of the
members, (over 50 percent),
must not be employed by the
school on whose SAC they


serve. SAC officers are elect-
ed from the SAC members.
The 2007-2008 SAC Members.
are as follows:
Principal: Denee Hurst
Parents: Lola Butler (Chair-
person), Stacy Chewning,
Shannon Free, Teena McFall
(Recording Secretary), Alexa
Mills, and Candy Snedeker
(Vice-Chairperson)
Teachers: Shirley Davis,
Carol Ann Forehand, Tracy
Lee, Kristen McCaskill, Con-
nie Sheppard and Michelle
West.
SAC generally meets once a
month. The time and dates
of those meetings are estab-
lished at the first meeting of
the school year~ August. At-
tendance at regular meet-
ings is expected.. Any SAC
member, who has two (2) un-
excused absences from a reg-
ular meeting, will have their
name removed from the
membership and the Chair-
person will declare a Vacan-
cy
If you are interested in be-
coming a member or would
like to learn more about our
School Advisory Council, we
invite you to attend our first
meeting on Thursday August
30th @ 2:45pm which will be
held in the Media Room.

Sincerely,
Lola J. Butler, Chairperson


continued until cake and refreshments were served, and shortly
thereafter came the moment everyone had been waiting for, it was
time to hit the principal with a pie, Mrs. Hurst looked thrilled.
The first participant, Ronald Hendricks accepted his pie from Mr.
Thomas and confidently approached Mrs Hurst, as the other chil-
dren watched joyfully, Ronald covered his principal with the cream
filled confection. Sarah Hurst, the next in line, taking her pie in
hand, made sure to cover any areas of Mrs. Hurst's head that the
previous pieman had missed.
Next came Katelyn VanAernam, and a surprising twist. She an-
nounced that she would not be hitting her principal over the head
with a pie, but, as it would be a shameful to waste such a beautiful
pie, she decided that Mrs. Durham deserved the privilege of taking
a seat in the pie chair.
Mrs. Durham graciously accepted, and soon found herself covered
with whipped topping. So as not to be greedy, she shared some of
that topping with Katelyn.
As he had been spared from the pie chair, Mr. Thomas gallantly took
up the mop, and proceeded to clean up the, now well frosted, floor.
Altogether, the event was a huge success. The students were mar-
velously well behaved; and, with teachers and principals willing to
take a pie in the face for the betterment of their students' education
it is no wonder Anderson Elementary is an "A" school. Without a
doubt, we shall see many more such performances in the years to
come.
-E. Loy


Students Who Were Invited To

Attend The FCAT Celebration


5.5 Writing
Aubrey Cremer
One Level 5
(reading/math/science)
Aubrey Allen
Judson Dey
Caysie Douglas
Katlyn Forehand
Trey Fowler
Ronald Hendricks*
Sarah Hurst*
Shelton Hurst
Kelsey Lander
Jason Linzi
Joshua Locklear
Aaryn Lord
Cassie Lord
Cale McCall
Cameron McFall
Brittany Miller
Jolene Sanders
Ivey Sapp
Aaron Thomas
Katelyn VanAernum*
Dalton Ward
Chesney Young
4.5/5.0 Writing
Joshua Allen
Shelby Anderson
Aubrey Brannin
Lonkenya Harris
Cindy Hernandez
Caylan Johnson
Whitney Keen
Mikayla Lamb
Ajhia Lovett
Trewin Robinson
Three Level 4's
Tyler Barber
Conner Meekins
Lacey Moore
Sahil Patel
Two Level 4's
(reading/math/science)
Serena Berry
William Kelley
Cody Kimball
Breanna Kirby
Sonja Linderman
John Mash
Kenneth Mash
Shelbi McCall
Rebecca Norris
Chace Paradis
Brittany Strickland
Savannah Summerall
One Level 4
(reading/math/science)
Kaitlin Adams
Caleb Barnes
Kendall Bush
Hannon Chewning
Sena Davis
Willard Drigers
Dalton Ell
Desiree Emerick
Katelyn Gainey
Cody Grubbs
Robert Hamlin
Justin Hart
Sammie Jo Herring
Corey hill
Alexis Jerrells
Calum Johnson


Katie Jones
Cynthia Mash
Kelsey Mertz
Gage Mikell
Ashton Nail
Taylor Rayborn
Dylan Reed
Tristan Robinson
Brook-lyn Rood
Wendy Sanchez-Avalos
Carlos Vega-Santiago
Ebonie Walker
Shileigh Young
Improving 2 Levels
Cherylynn Allen
Jeffery Bass
Damian Brown
Kendall Copeland
Sean Dean
Cody Evans
Breanna Hamilton
Haley Hires
Brittany Johnson
John McDaris
Shaquille Mitchem
Sydney Palladino
Julian Robinson
Tori Rollison
Leondray Rutledge
Shannon Shively
Carlos Vega-Santiago
Austin Waldron
Dylan Wells
Improving 1 Level
Charidee Bennett
Rikki Cannon
Selena Cardenas
Joshua Council
Alexandria Evans
Brooke Fowler
Sarah George
Shelbi Harper
Kiandre Hope
Sadaitra Hope
James Horsley
Mylisha Jackson
Shikeria Jackson
Christopher Jennings
Robert Locke
Houston Myers
Allison Peacock
Taylor Prentice
Destiny Revels
Josayra Robles
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Rental, furnished, on ",Iiii:- w/concrete driveway. 3
car carport w/workshop, pole barn, fish cleaning area
w/tack room, new vinyl siding, new roof, new'eleva-
tor, screened room overlooking canal on 2 1 / 2 lots
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OLD TOWN--3/2 1998 DWMH OLD TOWN-2 3 partially
on two lots, Lots 45 & 46 cleared and fenced acres on
Pineywoods S/D, 6 acres total, Hwy 349 just past Spillers
nicely lanscaped and fenced Hwy. with 14 x 65 early 80's,
just off Chavous Road! very well-kept 2/2 MH,
-Reduced to $124,900 Reduced to $55,000
NE 188 Ave. aka Cooper Rd. 5338 NE Hwy 349


S10 acres partially cleared
with well, septic and power;
and foundation for home,
very quiet, close to Rock
Bluff, $112,000 NE 875 Av-
enue
* Lot 13 Greenview S/D, 2
acres with well, septic and
power, corner lot, $45,000
NE 612 Street & NE 404 Ave.


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tracts with lots of grand-
daddy oaks, secluded, one
tract has a 1996 SWMH,
$250,000 NE 550 Street
+ Lot 23 Matthew Planta-
tion S/D, 2.07 acre, just off
Spillers, $29,000 NE 638
Street aka Matt Road


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20 Wooded "cres I.i p
fence and entry .gie near OOij
Town. $20000. 'A.
2.68 Acres ox NE 145 jut outside
Cross City oritR 35J, $32,500,\
3.07 Acres ju" 'putsid'Cros. .Ci
offCR 351. .900., \
100'xlOO' WodkJd LWbt irl Su\%an- '
nee River Heibt,, oft CR, 349.
$8,000 ",.
50'xlOO' Lois riSJjne Heights
off CR 351. $6.0(:t
76 Acres fenced and cleared on
paved NE 326 Ave., off CR 251 N.
$875.000
10 Acres on paved CR 340 West
near Rock Bluff. $100.000.
REDUCED 2 High & Dry Lots of
3 acres each. off Spillers H\%}.. in
Greenview SiD. $45.000 each
lO'xlOO' Lots in Skylinme Hcights.
S/D. $10,000 each
5 Acres in Camp T% o SD. off CR
351, adjacent to hunting club.
$70.000.
148 High & Dry Wooded Ac res on
paved road in Dixie County, ne:,r
Rock Bluff, $1.036.000. Will sell
in 10 acre increments for $100.000
each.
100'xIOO' Lot in SkylineHeights
S/D,off CR 351 N. OC) ner Financ-
ing. $11,500


2Acres in C.np o North of
Cros City. $29.500'
Two 1/2 Acre Lots near Anderson
School. $30.000 each


2BR/IBA Ou 6 Acre on NE 223
Ave. in Cross City Has detached
carport, worksliop and fireplace
REDUCED to $70,000
3BRIIBA CB Home on-omener iot
in Cross City. Approx. 2.01)00 sq. ft.
Reduced to $95.I00.
DWMH Plus Cottage on 4 lots at
Suwannee. near condos. $250.000


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Suwannee at 62 SE 228th
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*Thank You for your Suppor
Joe & Gayle Lovelace.


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Well Maintained home with If you are looking for a real nice
new metal roof. Near Mana- place at an affordable price-this is
tee Springs and Clay Land- the place! Everything is brand
ing boat ramp. Great new: floors, carpet, stove, refrig,
Location! $57,500 (LMH- dishwasher, cabinets, bathroom,
76807K) 4932221 etc. Come take a look. $59,000
756807-K) 493-2221 (LMH-754965-RH) 493-2221
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Very Nice 2BD/1 BA SWMH just
outside of the Town of Suwan-
nee Home has large porch,
garage, fish cleaning area, ad-
dition that can be used for 3rd
bedroom, all on a paved street.
Close to the Gulf and River.
$95,000 (DMH-756232-JW)
463-6144






Beautiful 2BR/2.5BA home on 5
beautifully landscaped acres
mol. This home features large
dining area, large living room,
sewing room or office or 3rd bed-
room, screened porch, covered
deck, guest house and a lot
more. $198,500 (DR-757079-
JW) 463-6144
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Quality Everywhere! 3/2
Brick home on 2.4 acres.
Special features only a cus-
tom built home could offer
along with a Beautiful yard!
Located within the City Limits
of Chiefland. $297,000 (LR-
757111) 493-2221


16552 SE Hwy. 19 Cross City. FL 352.4985,189
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WELL MAINTAINED 2/2
DWMH on 1 acre! 10x28 cov-
ered front porch, chain link
fenced back yard, pole barn,
koi pond, citrus trees and much
more! Must see to appreciate!
$159,900 (GMH-753410-JW)
463-6144


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BEAUTIFUL 4/2 DWMH on
9.3 acres! Stocked fish
ponds, abundant wildlife,
2400 SF home has plenty of
upgrades. Large family
room w/ fireplace. A must
see! $220,000 (DMH
755171 JW) 463-6144


NICE 2/2 SWMH on a manicured
1/2 acre lot. Many upgrades: New
Vinyl, Dual Pane Insulated Win-
dows, Metal Roof, Large Garage,
Workshop and much more! All this
and less than a mile from the
Suwannee River. $72,000 (DMH
754803 JW) 463-6144


Very nice 3/2 DW MH on 5 beauti-
ful acres. This home is very spa-
cious with plenty of privacy.
Features 2-car carport, pole bam,
fireplace, garden tub & a lot morel
Close to the Suwannee River &
the Gulf of Mexico. $145,000
DMH-756783 JW
463-6144
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SUNSET GULF & MARSH
VIEW! Newly remodeled 2/2
home in Suwannee at the
mouth of the Suwannee
River! Enjoy a relaxing get-
away or just settle down!
$279,000 (DW-753963-JH)
542-9007


3BR/2BA CBS Home on 10 UPSCALE RIVER CANAL
Acres! Paved road fenced HOME! Exquisite 3/2.5 split
& cross-fenced. 3 septic floor plan home, w/ bonus
tanks, 4" wells, fish pond room is in perfect condition
over 2000 sq.ft of heated liv- with too many amenities to
I a ist. Minutes from relaxing on
ing area. TWO large barns the Suwannee River or fish-
Minutes to town. $299,500 in the Gulfl $675,000
(LR-755802-D) 493-2221 (DW-753500-JW) 463-6144


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Gayle Lovelace
Broker/GR/ Realtor
25867 SE. Hwy. 19
Old Town Shopping Center


SPRINGHOUSE
QUILTER'S
NEWS
August 14 was the regular
monthly meeting of Spring- .
house Quilters with 32 "
quilters in attendance. ',. ; v.
There was a lot of excite- ...-' #:'=
meant as members submit- E.. -. ., ..;
ted their completed gift
bag challenge. This chal- r-hee ee ilh-e rrrga vje r's .h:,ce,
lenge required each partici- President's challenge pillow tops and were
engemade by andy Mount, Ist place, Lois Scott,
pant to select a favorite gift 2nd place, and Nancy Coile, 3rd place.
bag and duplicate it using
fabric. These fabric bags will be on display at the September
meeting and members will get to view and select their favorite
gift bag.
The Presidents's challenge was completed and viewed during
the July meeting and the viewer's choice winners were an-
nounced at the August meeting. The President selected one
unique fabric with each member required to use at least
one-quarter of a yard of the special fabric to make a pillow top.
Other fabrics could be used and each pillow had to be at least
16 inches by 16 inches and no larger than 20 inches by 20 inch-
es. The pillows were absolutely beautiful. Guild members did
a terrific job in making the pillow tops. All of the pillow tops will
be on display at the October 26 and 27 quilt show.
During the August meeting some of the 4-H members provided
a show and tell of the sewing items made during the quilting-
sewing camp held during the summer months. The ages of
these young sewers ranged from 8 to 16 years of age.
It is really great to see these young ladies learn to use sewing.
machines and other sewing items and create beautiful sewing
and quilted items. Each year, Springhouse members with co-
operation from the Gilchrist County 4-H Program leader, con-
ducts the sewing-quilting camps.
The August workshop will be a nine-patch quilt block with Anna
Gilliam leading the workshop. Show and tell during the August
meeting was great with some very beautiful quilts on display..
Many of these quilts will also be shown during the quilt show.
For information on Springhouse Quilters, contact Mary Rawlins,
493 7401 or Lois Scott, 46$-2207.









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Yard Sale Moving Sale, Fri-
day and Saturday Chavous
Road to Thompson 1st curve
on Right.
36
Yard Sale Huge 6 family
Saturday, September 1, 8am
behind Courthouse. Look for
signs.




TIMBERS APARTMENTS-
1-2 & 3 BDR HC & non_HC ,
Accessible apts. Rental assis-
tance may be available. 231
NE 97th Street, Cross City,
FL call 352-498-3175,
TFDD/TTY 711. Equal-Hous-
ing-Opportunity
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COURT HOUSE SQUARE,
CROSS CITY-Professional
Office % of Building Avail-
able. Faces Courthouse
Parking Lot. Great Loca-
tion...Historic Brick Build-
ing- Tile/Hardwood Floors.
Separate Entryway divided
into reception area & 2 large
offices. $500/month includ-
ing utilities 352-328-1405
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LAND FOR SALE! 10 beau-
tifully wooded acres near Old
Town. Well, septic, power
pole in partially cleared area
in center. Great for future
homesite! $100,000 OBO. (605)
321-2947.
34,35
HOUSE FOR SALE -
3br/11/2 House on 1 acre in
Old Town with garage and
Shed. Asking $ 82,500.00.- 352-
562-2011

RESTAURANT FOR
LEASE- Quaint, established
restaurant for lease. Located
on main Thoroughsare in a
coastal community. Still in
operation with a great cus-
tomer flow. Turn Key 25k.
Call Robyn Marable at 352-
498-2116/352-210-9052.
34,35,36,37
Retail Office or Sales over
1,000 Sq ft. Prime Location,
Cross City $ 608.00/month.
1st last and Deposit. 352-486-
2154 or 352-317-8750.
36,37,38,39

For Sale: 4br, 2b 28x68
DOUBLEWIDE on 3 acres
(MOL). Just remodeled, it
has new siding, new roof,
new carpet, new pump
house, rust neutralizer and
on and on. Price is $72,900. If
your credit is passable, I'll fi-
nance it with $3,900 down
and $595 per month. (352) 498-
3545.

NO CREDIT CHECK: 2 iso-
lated acres just off of
Spillers Hi-Way. Partly
cleared and all for $26,900.
Owner financing available
with $900 down, $266 per
month. (352) 498-3545.

FOR SALE OR RENT: 2br,
lb frame house with lots of
porches about a block from
the river in Old Pine Land-
ing. The asking price for this
doll house is $76,900. If you
have average credit, I'll fi-
nance for $3,900 down and
$632. per month. Rental is
$530 per month with $500 se-
curity deposit. (352) 498-3545.

NO QUALIFYING: 2 lots in
Suwannee Gardens on paved
Street. This property is
cleared and has a driveway,
well and septic tank. It's
priced to sell at $13,900. I'll fi-
nance For $400 down'and
$161.00 per month. (352) 498-
3545

2 BR, 2B, DOUJILEWIDE
FOR SALE on 2.5 acres on
Duland Lane in the Ham- ,
mock. All this unit needs is
you and a little TLC. The
price is $59,900. With average


credit, I'll finance for $2,900
down and $496. per month.
(352) 498-3545.


HOMESTAGING & DECO-
RATING OLD FLORIDA
STYLE Homes, Offices,
Restaurants, & Contos. Call
Ruth Ann Lovelace 352-226-
7149. Email lovelacer(5,va-
hoo.com
20ufn

BOBCAT SERVICE Pal-
metto removal, site prep,
fence lines cleared, back
yard ponds dug, heavy bush
hogging, FREE estimates,
cell 352-665-8609.
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HANDYMAN SERVICES -
carpentry, mental roofs, addi-
tions, proches, remodeling,
decks. FREE ESTIMATES,
Call 352-949-2292 o 352-463-
6439. unf



Place for Rent- in Horse-
shoe Beach Florida 2br/lba
fully furnished on canal with
dock and place to clean your
fish. Please call 352-468-1578
or 352-258-5444
35,36,37

Place for Rent in Horse-
shoe Beach Florida -
2br/lba fully furnished on
canal with dock and place to
clean your fish. Please Call
352-468-1578 or 352-258-5444
36,37,38
House for Rent 3br/2ba,
big utility room. $600.00. 2
walk-in closet garage. 498-
3795
36,37


BED FOR SAL]
2782

2004 SIT Yukoi
miles. All wheel
loaded. Just take
ments. 352-498-99
2626.


computers. 1 $75.00. Other
$100.00 with printers. Call
498-4273
36,37
For Sale Treadmill- very
nice with all electronics and
fan $250.00 or Best offer -
210-3900.
36

Hay for Sale- round bales.
40.00. You pick up. 352-222-
5405.






PAMPERING SPA TREAT-
MENTS @ Gini's Nail Spa
& Facial Studio Cross City,
"Shut In Spa Services", "Spa
Service To Go" & "Mary
' Kay" (352) 356-1381.

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HOUSEKEEPER needed,
honest, dependable, reliable,
apply in person at 228 NE
Hwy 51, Steinhatchee Land-
ing Resort 352-498-3513

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AVON REPS NEEDED In
this area. Earn 50% Commis-
sion. Free gift at sign up.
Start kit is $10.00. Call Terri
at 1-877-814-4516
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BOOKKEEPING ASSIS-
TANT Part Time, Medical
billing experience preferred.
Contact Linda at 352-463-1222
or send resume to TROW-
ELL1522(Swildblue.net.


E Call 498- EOE
CDI Head Start serving
33,04, 35, 36 Levy, Dixie, & Gilchrist
Counties has the following
n 42,000 immediate openings. No
, Fully phone calls, applications
e over pay- may be picked up at Head
907 352-356- Start, 9051 NE Hwy 27 Alt. In
Bronson or at 420 NE 106 St
34,35,36,37 in Cross City (Oliver Center).
CDI is an Equal Opportunity


Beef for Freezer -
$1.25.00/lb. Live weight plus
slaughter, cut and wrap.
Grain fed, no hormones. A%,
% or whole. Evergreen
Farm. 352-542-7135 or 352-498-
7067.
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Golden Lift Chair- top-of-
the-line, excellent condition,
under warranty, burgundy in
color, $600.00 obo. Call 352-
650-4172.
35,36
Wheel Chair and Lift -
both for $2000.00. 498,0164

35,36
1981 35-foot Avion travel
trailer. Excellent condition.
New stove. New hot water
heater. New tires and wheels.
Located in Steinhatchee,
Florida. Photos available
upon request. $5,200.

35,36,37,38
For Sale- PINE: Twin Size
Sleigh bed Frame/ Mattress
& Box. PRICE: $400.00,
FIRM. EXTRA: When you
purchase bed and mattress.
Mattress cover, twin size
sheet set, quilt top bed cover
(Green & White) FREE!!!!!!!!
CALL: (352)498-3023. Ask
for Marion (Leave name &
Phone # on voice mail)
36
1991 Coachman motor
home. Low Mileage. New
carpet new battery $3,200.00.
(New) Transmission,
awning,. Full bath,
tub/shower, microwave, gas
stove, Gas/electric, refrigera-
tor, air, heat,. Runs Excellent.
Sacrifice for $4,900.00. (352)
498-4273.
36,37
Yardman 42" Riding Mow-
er. Excellent. $550.00 also 2


Employer.

Bus Driver/Cook Asst, re-
sponsible for transporting
children and maintaining
the school bus. Must have a
CDL with a School Bus Pas-
senger & S Endorsement,
good driving record a must,
Cross City bus route. Assists
cook with food preparation,
serving meals, & clean up. 30
Hours. High School diploma
or GED also required.

Custodian/Bus monitor,
acts as bus monitor on the
school bus/responsible for
cleaning and maintaining fa-
cilities.-Cross City Location.
High School diploma or GED
required.

Substitutes, assists teachers
in the day to day activities of
children. Must have High
School diploma or GED and
45 hours childcare courses.




DOMESTIC VIOLENCE &
SEXUAL ASSAULT SER-
VICES: Individual counsel-
ing and support groups for
women and offered through
Another Way, Inc Services
are confidential and free.
Contact any of our Outreach
offices at 352-486-3305, 352-498-
1293, (386) 758-4843, or (386)
792-2747 for an appointment
or the location and times or
group counseling. Another
way, Inc. also provides two 24-
hour crises lines. Sexual As-
sault 1-866-875-7983 Domestic
Violence 1-800-500-1119, infor-
mation and referral services,
legal advocacy, community


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training for law enforcement,
health care and educational
personnel. Ufn

AA MEETINGS-Wednesday
night, 8:00 pm at eh fellow-
ship Baptist church, in Stein-
hatcheb, Florida.
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nights, 8:00 pm, Cross City
Church of Christ, McArthur
Street, across form Gooding
Funeral Home. Call 1-800-613-
0164
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cohol addiction in a loved
one? Don't know whom to
turn to for help? Contact
drug Rehab Resource for a
free confidential consulta-
tion to find the help you
need. Call today. 1-866-649-
1594 or find out more at
www.drugrehabresource.n
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DCHS Homecoming
Early Release Day
DIBELS testing ends

Volunteers Needed!!!
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scription Drug Plans, discounted or free drug programs, and related health insurance. Volunteers also make educational pre-
sentations to community groups or participate in local health fairs, senior fairs and other outreach events.
f you would like additional information about this exciting opportunity, please call Eder Helpline 1-800-262-2243.Tell them
you're interested in learning more about becoming a SHINE Volunteer. Comprehensive training is provided and travel relat-
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HOMECOMING SIGN-UP
Please contact the DCHS JROTC at (352)498-
6466 to be entered into the parade line
up. Information to be on hand at the time of the
all includes the group name,
group leaders name, contact number, total num-
ber of people in the group, insurance
of the group, and a description of what will be in
the parade. If there is no
answer, please leave a message and we will get
back to you to make sure that you
are entered into the parade. There is a deadline of
September 25Th at 2:40pm. We
are having a deadline this year because the
cadets put the parade to gather, and
they will be working daily to make sure everything
goes smoothly. Making sure
everybody is in the right spot is a tough job,
please understand. Also, we would
greatly appreciate it if ONLY the group leader
drove back to the designated area,
this will cut down on any chances of accidents
happening, Homecoming is a busy and
stressful time, we would like to reduce the risk of
anything happening to the
children. When you
get to the school to line up there will be cadets
telling you where the designated
area is, and asking you to please park your vehi-
le and walk your child back.
Please understand that we are looking out for the
best interest of the children.
Thank you,
DCHS JROTC STAFF


ANDERSON ELEMENTARY ALMANAC
September


Legal Notice
Surplus Sale
To The General Public
Dixie District Schools will hold an auction for the purpose
of selling surplus property/equiptment.
Items ,include, but not limited to: Used Computers and Ve-
hicles (2 trucks and 1 car) Minimum bid of $200 on vehi-
cles.
Auction Date: September 20, 2007
Auction Time: 3pm
Auction Location: In front of building 9 (north side of cafe-
teria) on the Dixie County High School Campus.
The vehicles will be auctioned at the bus garage on 351 A
after the computers are auctioned off in front of building 9.
Contact Benny Valentine, Warehouse Foreman at 498-
6163 for further information. All Sales Final.
School Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids on
any item. Dixie District Schools is an equal opportunity
Employer.


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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

CONCERNING A VARIANCE AS PROVIDED FOR IN THE

DIXIE COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS

BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF DIXIE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, SERVING AS THE PLANNING AGENCY OF DIXIE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to Sections 163.3161
through 163.3215, Florida Statutes and the Dixie County Land Development Reg-
alations, as amended, hereinafter referred to as the Land Development Regula-
tions, objections, recommendations and comments concerning a Variance Request,
as described below, will be heard by the Board of County Commissioners of Dixie
County, Florida serving as the Planning and Zoning Board and the Local Planning .
Agency, at a public hearing on September 6, 2007 at 10:00 am or as soon there-
after as the matter can be heard, in the Board of County Commissioners Meeting
Room, County Courthouse located at 214 NE 351 Highway, Cross City, Florida.

A petition by Michael and Frieda Shaw to request a variance be granted to reduce
the side setbacks from 15 feet to 12 feet on the Southwest comer of the house as
provided by the site plan dated August 20, 2007 which is within a Residential Sin-
gle Family Mobile Home-1 (RSF/MH-1) District. To be located on property de-
scribed as follows:

Lot 105, Indian Shores Subdivision, located in Section 30, Township
09 South, Range 10 East.

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

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

Copies of the variance are available for public inspection at the Office of the Land
Development Regulation Administrator, located at 405 SE 22nd AVE, Cross City,
Florida, during regular business hours.

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


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
DOLPHUS PEPPERS
PO BOX 1690
CROSS CITY, FL 32628

The holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate number and year of issuance, the description of the property and
the names in which it was assessed are as follows


Certificate No: 085


MAY 26, 2005


Description of Pronerty:

SEE EXHIBIT "A"
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED
LAVERNE B. REYNOLDS, 4703 SW 67- TERRACE, GAINESVILLE, FL 32608

WARNING: Said property being in the County of Dixie, State of Florida. Unless
such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such
certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Dixie County Courthouse on
October 2. 2007 at 1:00 AM.
August 7, 2007 7, .. .


DanaD. Johnson, Cl oTCot
Dixie County, Florida 32628


Candace L. Corbin, Deputy Clerk


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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
CURTIS K. BOBO
298 SE 136TH AVE
OLD TOWN, FL 32680
The holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate number and year of issuance, the description ofthe property and
the names in which it was assessed are as follows
Certificate No: 757 MAY 29, 2003
Description of Pronertv:

SEE EXHIBIT "A"
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED
ALLEN & CHARLOTTE MARSHALL, 800 GOLDSBORO AVE, VIRGINIA BEACH,
VA, 23451
ALLEN & CHARLOTTE MARSHALL, 1425-A VEAU CT, VIRGINIA BEACH, VA
23451

WARNING: Said property being in the County of Dixie, State of Florida. Unless
such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such
certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Dixie County Courthouse on
September 18, 2007 at 11:00 A.M.
August 9, 2007


Dana D. Johnson, Clerk of Court Ic o
Dixie County, Florida 32628 0 '.


Candace L Corbin, Deputy Clerk


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NOI TICE OF PUB'LItC HEARINGu

CONCERNING A VARIANCE AS PROVIDED FOR IN THE

DIXIE COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS

BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF DIXIE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, SERVING AS THE PLANNING AGENCY OF DIXIE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to Sections 163.3161
through 163.3215, Florida Statutes and the Dixie County Land Development Reg-
ulations, as amended, hereinafter referred to as the Land Development Regula-
tions, objections, recommendations and comments concerning a Variance Request,
as described below, will be heard by the Board of County Commissioners of Dixie
County, Florida serving as the Planning and Zoning Board and the Local Planning
Agency, at a public hearing on September 6, 2007 at 10:00 am or as soon there-
after as the matter can be heard, in the Board of County Commissioners Meeting
Ropm, County Courthouse located at 214 NE 351 Highway, Cross City, Florida.

A petition by Michael and Frieda Shaw to request a variance be granted to reduce
the side setbacks from 15 feet to 12 feet on the Southwest comer of the house as
provided by the site plan dated August 20, 2007 which is within a Residential Sin-
gle Family Mobile Home-1 (RSF/MH-1) District. To be located on property de-
scribed as follows:

Lot 106, Indian Shores Subdivision, located in Section 30, Township
09 South, Range 10 East.

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

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

Copies of the variance are available for public inspection at the Office of the Land
Development Regulation Administrator, located at 405 SE 22nd AVE, Cross City,
Florida, during regular business hours.

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



PUBLIC MEETING


TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN

Please take notice that the Three Rivers Regional Library
Board will hold a Board Meeting on Thursday, September 13,
2007, at 7:00 p.m., at the Gilchrist County Public Library, in
Trenton, Florida.

All interested persons are invited to attend and be
heard. Please be advised, that if a person decides to appeal
any decision made by the Board with respect to any matter
considered at such hearing, that person will need a record of
the proceedings, and that, for such purpose, he/she may need
to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be based.

"Person with disabilities requesting reasonable accom-
modations to participate in this proceeding should contact
(352) 463-3170 (Voice & TDD) or via Florida Relay Service at
(800) 955-8771."

STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS
NOTICE OF INTENT TO FIND THE
TOWN OF HORSESHOE BEACH
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENTS) IN COMPLIANCE
DOCKET NO. 06-1-NOI-1503-(A)-(I)

The Department gives notice of its intent to find the Amendment(s)
to the Comprehensive Plan for the Town of Horseshoe Beach, adopted by
Ordinance No. 2006-01 on May 4, 2006, IN COMPLIANCE,
pursuant to Sections 163.3184, 163.3187 and 163.3189, F.S.

The adopted Town of Horseshoe Beach Comprehensive Plan
Amendment(s) and the Department's Objections, Recommendations and
Comments
Report, (if any), are available for public inspection Monday through
Friday, except for legal holidays, during normal business hours, at the
Town of Horseshoe Beach, City Hall, Corner of State Road 18 and 5th
Avenue, Horshoe Beach, Florida 32648.

Any affected person, as defined in Section 163.3184, F.S., has a right to
petition for an administrative hearing to challenge the proposed agency
determination that the Amendment(s) to the Town of Horseshoe Beach
Comprehensive Plan are In Compliance, as defined in Subsection
163.3184(1), F.S. The petition must be filed within twenty-one (21) days
after publication of this notice, and must include all of the information
and contents described in Uniform Rule 28-106.201, F.A.C. The petition
must be filed with the Agency Clerk, Department of Community Affairs,
2555
Shumard Oak Boulevard, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2100, and a copy
mailed
or delivered to the local government. Failure to timely file a petition
shall constitute a waiver of any right to request an administrative
proceeding as a petitioner under Sections 120.569 and 120.57, F.S. If a
petition is filed, the purpose of the administrative hearing will be to
present evidence and testimony and forward a recommended order to the
Department. If no petition ,is filed, this Notice of Intent shall become
final agency action.

If a petition is filed, other affected persons may petition for
leave to intervene in the proceeding. A petition for intervention must be
filed at least twenty (20) days before the final hearing and must include
all of the information and contents described in Uniform Rule 28-106.205,
F.A.C. A petition for leave to intervene shall be filed at the Division
of Administrative Hearings, Department of Management Services, 1230
Apalachee Parkway, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-3060. Failure to petition
to intervene within the allowed time frame constitutes a waiver of any
right such a person has to request a hearing under Sections 120.569 and
120.57, F.S., or to participate in the administrative hearing.

After an administrative hearing petition is timely filed, mediation is
available pursuant to Subsection 163.3189(3)(a), F.S., to any affected
person who is made a party to the proceeding by filing that request with
the administrative law judge assigned by the Division of Administrative
Hearings. The choice of mediation shall not affect a party's right to an
administrative hearing.




-s- Mike McDaniel, Chief
Office of Comprehensive Planning
Department of Community Affairs
2555 Shumard Oak Boulevard
Tallahassee, Florida
32399-2100.


NOTI

YOUR 2007-2998 COUNTY BUSINESS TAX
RECEIPTS (Previously known as County Occu-
pational Licenses)
ARE DUE
SEPTEMBER 1, 2007


TO AVOID A PENALTY PLEASE PAY BY
SEPTEMBER 30, 2007


Joyce H. Davis, Tax Collector


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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
MARY MILLER
PO BOX 838
CROSS CITY, FL 32628
The holder ofthe following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate number and year ofissuance,,the description ofthe property and
the names in which it was assessed are as follows
Certificate No:049 MAY 25, 2000
Description of Prosertv:

SEE EXHIBIT "A"
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED
DELORIS A. PADGETT, PO BOX 1046, CROSS CITY, FL 32628
WARNING: Said property being in the County ofDixie, State ofFlorida Unless
such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such
certificate shall be sold to the hitheat bidder at the Dixie County Courthouse e
November 6,2007 at 11:00 A.M.
August 8,2007

Sit, c ) ,.in-- --
Dana D. Johnson,klerk of Court
Dixie County, Florida 32628


Candace L. Corbin, Deputy Clerk





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NOTICE


The Dixie Soil and Water Conservation
District Board will hold their regular
scheduled monthly meeting on Tuesday,
September 11, 2007 at 6:30 p.m. The meeting
will be held at the Cypress Inn Restaurant
in Cross City, Florida


A copy of the agenda may be obtained by calling
Darlene Smith at (352) 486-2672 x 3.


PUBLIC NOTICE
Is herby given that BAD LUCK
TOWING well sell at public auc-
tion,
free of all prior liens,the vehicles
that remain unclaimed in storage,
with
charges unpaid, pursuant to Flori-
da Statutes, Sec 713.78, to high-
est bidder. The
sale will be held at 1737 SE 55A
Old Town FI,32680. The following
vehicles will be sold on
09/13/2007 at 12:00 p/m.
1997 Ford Explorer
1 FMDU34X7VUA27223.
1997 Ford Taurus
1 FALP52UXVA229587.
Terms of sale are cash, no
Checks. Seller reserves the right
to final bid. All sales are final, no
refunds, as is, with no guarantees,
expressed
or implied.

NO 'ICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

CONCERNING A VARIANCE AS PROVIDED FOR IN THE

DIXIE COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS

3Y THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF DIXIE COUNTY, FLORIDA,
SERVING AS THE PLANNING AGENCY OF DIXIE COUNTY, FLORIDA, NOTICE IS
HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to Sections 163.3161 through 163.3215, Florida Statutes and
he Dixie County Land Development Regulations, as amended, hereinafter referred to as the
..and Development Regulations, objections, recommendations and comments concerning a
Variance Request, as described below, will be heard by the Board of County Commissioners
of Dixie County, Florida serving as the Planning and Zoning Board and the Local Planning
Agency, at a public hearing on September 6, 2007 at 10:00 am or as soon thereafter as the
natter can be heard, in the Board of County Commissioners Meeting Room, County Court-
house located at 214 NE 351 Highway, Cross City, Florida.

A petition by Thomas E. Leverette to request a variance be granted to reduce the side setbacks
rom 10 feet to 4.6 feet on the Southwest comer of the house as provided by the site plan dat-
ed August 20, 2007 which is within a Residential Single family Mobile Home-2 (RSF/MH-2)
District. To be located on property described as follows:

Lot 517, Suwannee Shores Addition Number Three Subdivision, located in Sec-
tion 19, Township 13 South, Range 12 East.

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

At the aforementioned public hearing, all interested parties may appear to be heard with re-
spect to the variance.

Copies of the variance are available for public inspection at the Office of the Land Develop-
nent Regulation Administrator, located at 405 SE 22nd AVE, Cross City, Florida, during regu
ar business hours.

All persons are advised that if they decide to appeal any decision made at the above refer-
enced public hearing, they will need a record of the proceedings and that, for such purposes,
they may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record in-
:ludes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.


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IMPORTANTT INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR
DRINKING WATER

Suwannee Water & Sewer District Has Levels of Disinfection Byproducts
Above Drinking
Water Standards

Our water system recently violated a drinking water standard. Although
this is not an emergency, as our Customers, you have a right to know
what happened, what you should do, and what we are doing to correct
this situation.

We routinely monitor for the presence of drinking water contaminants.
Testing results we received from samples taken 06/04/07 and 06/13/07
show that our system
exceeds the standards, or maximum contaminant levels (MCL), for Disin-
fection Byproducts (DBPs), which includes Total Trihalomethanes (TT'HMs)
and Total Halo
Acetic Acids (HAA5s). The standard for TTHM is 80 micrograms per liter
and the average level of TTHMs over the last year was 330 micrograms
per liter. The standard
for HAA5s is 60 micrograms per liter and the average level over the last
year was 82 micrograms per liter.

What should I do?

Recent'research results suggest a possible connection between high levels
of DBPs and pregnancy problems. Therefore, women of childbearing age
may wish to seek
alternative water sources. Any customers who are concerned about their
exposure to DBPs can choose alternative sources of water for ingestion,
such as commercial
bottled water or treated water by an appropriate home water treatment
device, until we correct the problem. Appropriate home water treatment
devices are those certified by NSF for reducing DBPs in drinking 'water.

Some people who drink water containing, trihalomethanes in excess of the
MCL over many years may experience problems with their liver, kidneys,
or central nervous
system, and may have an increased risk of getting cancer.
Some people who drink water containing halo acetic acids in excess of the
MCL over many years may have an increased risk of getting cancer.

Any customers who are concerned about their exposure to DBFs may
choose alternative sources of water for ingestion

What does this mean?

This is not an immediate risk. If it had been, you would have been noti-
fied immediately. What is being done?

This is what we are doing to lower our DBP levels: On February 6, 2007
the District broke ground on the new Water Treatment Plant (WTIP). The
plant is scheduled for
completion in January 2008. The treatment process at the new WTP will
be different than the current WTP and will dramatically reduce the level of
DBP in our drinking
water. With the new WTP our water will be within the acceptable limits
specified for DBP. At this time we are using as small a concentration of
treatment products as
possible and flushing the lines bimonthly to help reduce the level of DBP.

We anticipate resolving the problem within this time frame: 4th quarter of
2007 -1st quarter 2008.
For more information, please contact: Tony Johns, at: 352-542-7.570

Please share this information with all the other people who drink this wa-
ter, especially those who may not have received this notice directly (for
example, people
in apartments, nursing homes, schools, and businesses). You can do this
by posting this notice in a public place or distributing copies by hand or
mail.

This notice is being sent to you by Suwannee Water & Sewer District.
State Public
Water System TD# 2151140. Date distributed: 08/16/2007


LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCE


BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF DIXIE COUNTY, FLORIDA

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an ordinance, whose title hereinafter appears, will
be considered for enactment by the Board of County Commissioners, Dixie County,
Florida, at a public hearing held on September 20, 2007, at 6:00 p.m., or as soon
thereafter as the matters can be heard, in the County Commission Meetingi Room,
Dixie County Courthouse, Cross City, Florida. Copies of said ordinance may be in-
spected by any member of the public at the Office of the County Clerk located at Dix-
.e County Courthouse, 214 N.E. Highway 351, Cross City, Florida, during regular
business hours. On the date, time and place first above mentioned, all interested per-
sons may appear and be heard with respect to the ordinance.

ORDINANCE 07-

AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS-
SIONERS OF DIXIE COUNTY, FLORIDA, TO COLLECT FEES TO
OPERATE AND ADMINISTER TEEN COURT; PROVIDING FOR SEV-
ERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR INCLUSION IN THE CODE; AND
PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.



The public hearings may be continued to one or more future date. Any interested par-
ty shall be advised that the date, time and place of any.continuation of the public
hearings shall be announced during the public hearings and that no further notice
concerning the matters will be published.

All persons are advised that, if they decide to appeal any decision made at the public
hearings, they will need a record of the proceedings and, for such purpose, they may
need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record in-
cludes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.



Publish in DIXIE COUNTY ADVOCATE on August 30, 2007



In the Circuit Court of the 3rd Judicial Circuit,
In and for Dixie County, Florida

Case No. 00-307-CA
Petitioner: Beverly Ethel Miller
And
Respondent: Donald Michel Miller

Notice of Action for Dissolution of Marriage

TO: Donald Michel Miller
302 Pleasant St
Kunkle, OH 43531

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has been filed against you and that
you are required to serve a copy of witness defenses, if any, to it on Bev-
erly Ethel Miller whose address is (Dixie County Clerk of Court) 214 NE
351 HWY, Cross City, FL 32628, on or before Oct. 10, 2007 and the file
original with the clerk of this Court at 214 NE 351 HWY Cross City, FL
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 petition.

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. (You may file Notice of Current Address, Florida
Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers in
this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record at the clerk's of-
fice.

WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure, re-
quires certain automatic disclosure of documents and information.
Failure to comply can result in sanctions, including dismissal or
striking of pleadings.

Dated: August 27, 2007
Dana D. Johnson
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: Kim V. Wade
Deputy Clerk


IN THE CIRCUIT COUR1
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCl
FOR DIXIE COUNTY, FL


SOUTHEASTERN FUNDING
PARTNERS, LLLP. a Florida Limited
Liability Partnership, successor by merger
to SCOTT-GRANT, a Florida
Corporation


CASE NO.: 07-0049-CA


Plaintiff;

VS.

DONALD W. HOLCOMB. JENNIFER J. HOLCOMB-FIELDS,
ASHEIROF DON-LD W HOLCOMB. ESTATE OF
DONALD W\. HOLCOMB. UNKNOWN HEIRS.
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
CREDITORS, LIENORS AND TRUSTEES,
AND ALL OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST
DONALD W. HOLCOMB, UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF DONALD W. HOLCOMB, AND LAURIE A. HOLCOMB
IFL:VX ING, AND IF DECEASED. THE UNKNOWN
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
CREDITORS, LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES
AND .AML OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST LAURIE A. HOLCOMB;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF LAURIE A. HOLCOMB.
UNKNOWN OCCUPANT IN POSSESSION
Defendants.
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NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
DONALD W. HOLCOMB, JENNIFER J. HOLCOMB-FIELDS,
AS HEIR OF DONALD W. HOLCOMB; ESTATE OF
DONALD W. HOLCOMB, UNKNOWN HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
CREDITORS, LIENORS AND TRUSTEES,
AND ALL OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST
DONALD W. HOLCOMB, UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF DONALD W. HOLCOMB, AND LAURIE A. HOLCOMB
IF LIVING, AND IF DECEASED, THE UNKNOWN
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,.
CREDITORS, LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES
AND ALL OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST LAIRIEt A IHOLOM m.


LUNKNisA' SPOLU'SE OF LAUPJE A HOJLCONfB '
ULNKNO',N OCCUPANT iN POSSESSION
Defendants.
Rei dence Uinkno.,
OLIU LAR HEREBY NOTIFIED that an anuon Io foreclose an Agreement For Deed or, the
Ibllo,%nr propen loci rd in Due Counn. Flnda a desrinhed 6. follows. to lt
LotFounrteen(14) of Hammock Highlands Subdivision, a Subdivision as per Plat there
recorded in Plat Book Page 114 of the Public Records of Dixie county, Florida
has been filed by the Plaintiff against you in the above styled cause and you are quired to serve
a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it onR. FRANKLIN RITCH, PA., P.O. Box 1143,
Ga,n i.ille. FI 2602. on r; beloJr thar ai afer me fI'tst publicauon ofL mns nonce, and tile
the 4.,nginal It-h the Clerk ol this Coun either bclor service or, Plainutfi anorney or
immedatel) thereater. othe, ise a deladti 'ill be emtereJ against you for the relief demanded
the Complaint.
,,TNESS r.) haid. and sejl of thi, ouri on tra, I. dayof u
2007.
DANAD JOHNSON
S C rk of the Coun ,


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R FR.N'KIN R-TClI.P A
POSTOFF1CRBOX 1143
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA 32602
I i352 377-2889
FLA. BAR # 095380
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
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-STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS
NOTICE OF INTENT TO FIND THE
TOWN OF. HORSESHOE BEACH
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENTS) IN COMPLIANCE
DOCKET NO. 06-1-NOI-1503-(A)-(I)

The Department gives notice of its intent to find the Amendment(s)
to the Comprehensive Plan for the Town of Horsesh'oe Beach, adopted by
Ordinance No. 2006-01 on May 4, 2006, IN COMPLIANCE,
pursuant to Sections 163.3184, 163.3187 and 163.3189, F.S.

The adopted Town of Horseshoe Beach Comprehensive Plan
Amendment(s) and the Department's Objections, Recommendations and
Comments
Report, (if any), are available for public inspection Monday through
Friday, except for legal holidays, during normal business hours, at the
Town of Horseshoe Beach, City Hall, Corner of State Road 18 and 5th
Avenue, Horshoe Beach, Florida 32648.

Any affected person, as.defined in Section 163.3184, F.S., has a right to
petition for an administrative hearing to challenge the proposed agency
determination that the Amendment(s) to the'Town of Horseshoe Beach
Comprehensive Plan are In Compliance, as defined in Subsection
163.3184(1), F.S. The petition must be filed within twenty-one (21) days
after publication of this notice, and must include all of the information
and contents described in Uniform Rule 28-106.201, F.A.C. The petition
must be filed with the Agency Clerk, Department of Community Affairs,
2555
Shumard Oak Boulevard, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2100, and a copy
mailed
or delivered to the local government. Failure to timely file a petition
shall constitute a waiver of any right to request an administrative
proceeding as a petitioner under Sections 120.569 and 120.57, F.S. If a
petition is filed, the purpose of the administrative hearing will be to,
present evidence and testimony and forward a recommended order to the
Department. If no petition is filed, this Notice of Intent shall become
final agency action.

If a petition is filed, other affected persons may petition for
leave to intervene in the proceeding. A petition for intervention must be
filed at least twenty (20) days before the final hearing and must include
all of the information and contents described in Uniform Rule 28-106.205,
F.A.C. A petition for leave to intervene shall be filed at the Division
of Administrative Hearings, Department of Management Services, 1230
Apalachee Parkway, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-3060. Failure to petition
to intervene within the allowed time frame constitutes a waiver of any
right such a person has to request a hearing under Sections 120.569 and
120.57, F.S., or to participate in the administrative hearing.

After an administrative hearing petition Is timely filed, mediation is
available pursuant to Subsection 163.3189(3)(a), F.S., to any affected
person who is made a party to the proceeding by filing that request with
:he administrative law judge assigned by the Division of Administrative
hearings. The choice of mediation shall not affect a party's right to an
administrative hearing.


-s- Mike McDaniel, Chief
Office of Comprehensive Planning
Department of Community Affairs
2555 Shumard Oak Boulevard

32399-2100


Tallahassee, Florida


Minutes ofr special Meeting oT
THE SCHOOL BOARD OF DIXIE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Thursday, July 26, 2007 5:00 p.m.


The Dixie County School Board met in special session at 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, July
26, 2007 in Old Town, Florida.

Present: Superintendent Dennis W. Bennett, School Board Members Timothy Alexan-
der, Patrick Bell, 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.

Chairman called for approval of the Agenda. Agenda was approved following a motion
by Patrick Bell and second by Glenn Osteen.

No citizen input.

Mary Wemrner, Director of Finance and Business Services, provided the School Board
with information on the status of the 2007-2008 Budget. Superintendent Bennett rec-
ommended approval to eliminate the Teen Court program if monies are not available
as of August 20, 2007 to fund the program. A motion was made by Dwayne Rollison
to accept the Superintendent's recommendation, second by Patrick Bell, and unani-
mously approved by the School Board.

Superintendent Bennett recommended approval to eliminate field trips during the
2007-2008 school year that are paid from general fund. A motion was made by Glenn
Osteen to accept the Superintendent's recommendation, second by Patrick Bell and
unanimously approved by the School Board.

Superintendent Bennett recommended approval for field trips from other funding
sources must cover the total cost. A motion was made by Dwayne Rollison to accept
the Superintendent's recommendation, second by Patrick Bell and unanimously ap-
proved by the School Board.

Superintendent Bennett recommended approval for field trips from other funding
sources must be taken on non-student contact days, unless prior approval from the
School Board is granted. A motion was made by Glenn Osteen to accept the Super-
intendent's recommendation, second by Dwayne Rollison and unanimously approved
by the School Board.

Superintendent Bennett recommended approval of revision of the sale prices for reim-
bursable meals for the 2007-2008 school year to the following:

Elementary Middle and Hiah Schools


Reduce Price Breakfast
Reduce Price Lunch
Elementary Schools
Full Price Breakfast
Full Price Lunch
Middle and High School
Full Price Breakfast
Full Price Lunch -
Adultl Prices (Schnnl Related and Seninr


Breakfast
Breakfast Entrde
Lunch
Lunch Entree
Visitors
Breakfast
Lunch
Ala Carte Prices
Fruit and Vegetables
Small Salad
2 Bread
Milk
Tea 12 oz.
Coffee Large 12 oz.
Small 6 oz.


$ 0.30


$ 2.00

$ 2.50
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Uui ll~u kullu]muutu $1.00i-l~en


$1.00
- $ 3.00


$ 4.50


$ 0.40

$1.50

$1.50

$ 2.00

$1.75

$ 2.50


$ .60
$ 1.25
$ 0.50
$ 0.50
- $ 0.50
$0.75
$0.50


A motion was made by Glenn Osteen to accept the Superintendent's recommendation,
second by Dwayne Rollison and unanimously approved by, the School Board.

There being no further business to come before the School Board, the meeting was ad-
oumed following a motion by Dwayne Rollison, second by Patrick Bell, and approve
by the School Board.

Attest:
Signed:
Dennis W. Bennett, Superintendent
Timothy W. Alexander, Chairman

Minutes of
THE SCHOOL BOARD OF DIXIE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
First Public Hearing On Budget
Monday, July 23, 2007 5:05 p.m.

The Dixie County School Board held the First Public Hearing on Budget
at 5:05 p.m. on Monday, July 23, 2007 in the School Board Meeting Fa-
cility in Old Town, Florida for the purpose of adoption of tentative budget
and approval of tentative supporting millage levies for fiscal year 2007-
2008.

Present: Superintendent Dennis W. Bennett and School Board Members
Timothy Alexander, Patrick Bell, David Keen, Glenr Osteen and Dwayne
Rollison.

Chairman Alexander called the meeting to order and Invocation was giv-
en by Glenn Osteen, followed by Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.

Chairman called for approval of the Agenda. Agenda was approved fol-
,owing a motion by Dwayne Rollison and second by Patrick Bell.

Mary Werner, Director of Business and Finance, presented the School
Board with information regarding the Percentage Increase in Millage over
the Rolled-back Rate.

No public comments.

Superintendent Bennett presented, for discussion and approval, the Ten-
tative Required Local Effort Millage Rate of 4.853. A motion was made
by Glenn Osteen, second by David Keen, and unanimously approved.

Superintendent Bennett presented, for discussion and approval, the Ten-
tative Basic Discretionary Millage Rate of .510. A motion was made by
David Keen, second by Patrick Bell, and unanimously approved.

Superintendent Bennett presented, for discussion and approval, the Ten-
tative Supplementary Discretionary Millage Rate of .250. A motion was
made by Dwayne Rollison, second by Glenn Osteen, and unanimously
approved.

Superintendent Bennett presented, for discussion and approval, the Ten-
tative Capital Outlay Millage Rate of 2.000. A motion was made by David
Keen, second by Patrick Bell, and unanimously approved.

A recommendation was made by the Superintendent for approval of Res-
olution Number 08-01 Tentative Millage Levies for Fiscal Year 2007-2008.
A motion was made by Glenn Osteen, second by Dwayne Rollison, and
unanimously approved.

Superintendent Bennett presented, for discussion and approval, the Ten-
tative 2007-2008 District School Board Budget. A motion was made by
Dwayne Rollison, second by Patrick Bell, and unanimously approved.

A recommendation was made by the Superintendent for approval of Res-
olution Number 08-02 Tentative'District School Board Budget for Fiscal
Year 2007-2008. A motion was made by Dwayne Rollison, second' by
David Keen, and unanimously approved.

A motion was made by David Keen, second by Patrick Bell and unani-
mously approved by the School Board for Glenn Osteen and Dwayne
Rollison to represent the School Board on the Dixie County Value Ad-
ustment Board.

A motion was made by Glenn Osteen, second by David Keen and unan-
mously approved by the School Board for the Final Hearing to be held
September 11, 2007 at 5:45 p.m. in the School Board Meeting Facility,
Old Town, Florida.

A motion was made by David Keen, second by Patrick Bell and unani-
mously approved by the School Board to adjourn the public hearing.



Attest:
Signed:
Dennis W. Bennett, Superintendent
Timothy Alexander, Chairman


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William Damron
Jeremy Davis
Adam L. Deavitt
Vanessa Ellenberg
Randy Ellison
James A. Estes "Peach"
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John Garthwait
William L. Geiger, Jr.
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the copper as scrap meal The in.
vesligairon culminated with Ihe ar-
rest of Billy Wayne Weaver. Jr 34 of
Old Town, Henry Jackson French
33 and Misty Leah French 29 both
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