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Dixie County advocate
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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: September 20, 2007
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dixie -- Cross City
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Table of Contents
    Main
        page 1
    Main: Viewpoints & Opinions
        page 2
    Main: Law Enforcement
        page 3
    Main: Announcements
        page 4
    Main: Announcements & Calendar of Events
        page 5
    Main: People
        page 6
        page 7
    Main: Spotlight on Dixie
        page 8
        page 9
    Main: Pathways to Faith
        page 10
    Main: Obituaries & Church News
        page 11
    Main: Sports
        page 12
    Main: School
        page 13
    Main: Real Estate
        page 14
    Main: Classifieds
        page 15
    Main: School Sports
        page 16
    Main: Outdoor Expo
        page 17
    Main: Legals
        page 18
        page 19
    Main: Home
        page 20
    Main: Family Fun
        page 21
    Main: Entertainment
        page 22
    Main: Outdoors
        page 23
    Main: In Closing
        page 24
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Thursday
September 20, 2007
Vol. 85. No. 39 22 pages- 1 Section


Dixie County Search And Rescue Gets



State-Of-The-Art Upgrade


Underwater transducer technology enables
divers to speak with each other and
coordinate with surface teams.


Gary Lynn Underhill, left, and Clay Locklear on a trial run of the Aquacom underwater communication system.

Outdoor Expo Was

-Great Fun


e Search and Rescue
Dive team with the
Dixie County EMS will be
better equipped to execute
dark water searches with
their new Aquacom commu-
nications system. The sys-
tem, which cost about $7,000,
sends sound waves through
the water in a process simi-
lar to a cross between a CB
radio and sonar.
The Aquacom system that
Dixie County purchased has
two underwater units, in-,
cluding full face masks, .
which look like the SCBA
masks that firefighters wear,
and one surface unit.
Mike McCaskill, who was
training the rescue divers at
Fanning Springs State Park,
explained that the surface
module converts sound from
a microphone into electrical
impulses and transmits them
via cable to a transducer -
which converts the impulses
to very high, or low, frequen-
cy sound waves. These sound
waves then travel through
the water and are picked tip
by similar equipment carried


by the divers up to a thou-
sand feet away. The transduc-
ers on the divers then con-
vert the sound waves back
into electricity and are then
carried by wires to speakers
embedded in their masks.
Diver Kenny Luzader was;
very excited about the new
equipment. He expects the
equipment will be a big help
in coordinating grid search-
es.
Other divers noted that the
full face gear leaks less at
depths close to the surface,
and because you don't have
to clench the regulator be-
tween your teeth, your jaw
muscles don't get fatigued.
With much of the water in
our area having a very low
visibility range, communica-
tion between divers, and
with the surface will surely
prove a valuable advantage.
Teams on the surface will
now be able to give divers di-
rections, which will help
them avoid dangerous obsta-
cles in addition to providing
better coverage of assigned
grid squares.
-E. Loy


Savannah Dyals got a fishing pole in
exchange for this great big bear hug.


S.0 For All Ages
ne of the first things Kids climbed into the barrel,
you noticed as you which was attached to the ca-
signed into the event ble via pulley, and were
was the announcer calling towed to towering heights by
out the winners of some of an ATC, before being re-
the many prizes that were leased to accelerate along the
given out down-
at the expo. "The Redneck Olympics were ward-slop-
Walking ing cable.
through the way harder than I thought." Live music
grounds, David Roberts could be
you might heard
see such time honored field throughout the day, courtesy
competitions as archery, net of Southland,Buron & Roxie
casting, and the ever-popular Revels and Jonathan Sherill.
catfish roping contest for the The Outdoor Expo was also
kids. Of course, that is just a the host to the Redneck
small sample of the list of Olympics. This event was a
activities in which one could veritable redneck decathlon.
participate. The first thing you had to do
One of the big hits with the was use a fishing pole to cast
children was the cable ride. More on page 17


Clockwise from top left ennyLuzade Lane Downing Gary Nave, and
Scott Garner testing ut the Aquacom system at Ealning Springs.


County Collars Carter,,



Confiscates Crack


According to Sheriff Dewey H. Hatch-
er, a late night traffic stop by the Dixie
County Sheriff's Office on September
13, 2007 at 11:20 pm, L*
resulted in the ar- ...deputiesf
rest of Tommy Lee approxima
Carter, Jr. for Traf-
ficking in Cocaine, grams of p
Tampering with C aine
Physical Evidence, Cocaine... c
Fleeing and Elud- grams of C
ing, Possession of a
Controlled Substance Wififft t m tW-
tribute and Possession of Drug Para-
phernalia.


Deputies with the Dixie County Sher-
iff's Office attempted to stop a 1997
Chevrolet Pickup on US. 19 north of


found
tely 31.8
owder
)6.0
,rack...
-0CTtRSmR


ross City for a traffic
olation. When the
puties activated
eir emergency lights
d siren, the driver of
e vehicle accelerated
eed in an attempt to
ude the deputies.
.e driver of the vehi-
rn onto CR. 358 (Jena


Road) and lost control of the vehicle,
striking a power pole.


During the process of the traffic stop
the deputies found approximately 31.8
grams of powder Cocaine. Deputies
also recovered another 96.0 grams of
Crack Cocaine believed to be Carter's.
The drugs are estimated to have a
street value of over $8,800.... -- -
Carter was given first appearance and
remains at the Dixie County Jail on No
Bond. Carter has an extensive Crimi-
nal History to include the Sale of Co-
caine and Cocaine Possession. Carter
had just been released from the Florida
Department of Corrections on August
22, 2007.


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Viewpoints & Opinions


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A simply darling jumpsuit!

It seems interesting that law enforcement
agencies in various places have had a consider-
able degree of success in using the color pink to
solve discipline problems. Pink jumpsuits, pink
underwear, even pink paint on the walls.
The sheriff in Phoenix, Arizona; came up
with the pink underwear gimmick. Reason? In-
mates had been smuggling out underwear with
the jail logo where it was sold as a "prestige" item,
apparently to teen-age gang members who con-
sidered doing time to be a status symbol, but who
hadn't yet experienced life in the cell block.
I can see how that would work. These guys
who go around with their britches hanging halfway
down their gluteal extremity with their undies em-
blazoned with the county jail logo in plain view
would look cool to their fellow misfits and the ditzy
girls who considered a guy "sexy" if he went
around with his britches at half-mast.
That is if your exposed drawers were stan-
dard issue white, and maybe not even recently-
washed. But pink? Who in blazes would not just
wear pink undershorts, but would actually put
them on display for the amusement and ridicule of
his contemporaries and the general public?
Some years ago, a fellow I knew com-
plained that he had accidentally washed a red
sock in a load of white underwear. He asked me
what he should do (like that was my problem or
something) so I told him either buy new under-
wear or keep'your pants on, because there ain't
enough bleach on the supermarket shelf to get
your undies white again.
And of course, the same holds true of
black market pink jail underwear. The color totally
destroys the prestige factor. No self-respecting
cool dude would be seen dead showing pink
undies above his low-slung belt line. In the ab-
sence of a market for the illicit goods, jail inmates
predictably stopped stealing underwear. Problem
solved.
The color pink has proven useful to the mil-
itary as well. The US Naval Corrections Center in
Seattle, Washington, had a problem with guys
locked up in the drunk tank assaulting staff mem-
bers. It happened just about every day--until
somebody got the bright (no pun intended) idea to
paint the drunk tank pink. After that, there was
only one such assault in six months.


Letters To- The Editor

If you would like to send a letter to the editor, please mail it to editor at P.O. Box 5030, Cross City, F1
32628. You can also mail your letters to editor@dcadvocate.net. For consideration to be included,
you must include your correct name.


Dear Dixie County Advo-
cate:

Here is a picture of me on
vacation in Eastport, Maine
at the fisherman statue with
a copy of your fine paper.
Eastport is the eastermost
city in the U. S.

I met fellow Dixie County
friends Wayne and Golda
Megargel of Old Town fish-
ing for mackerel off the
town dock in Eastport.
Wayne filled the cooler with
mackerel.

Feel free to use this for your
paper.

Thank you,
Patrick Mehr, Old Town.,


h Thank You Dixie County
I would like to extend my deepest thanks
and gratitude to the police, fire and rescue
S. personnel as well as the wonderfull citizens
of DL\ie County who came to the aid of my
k.n husband following a vehicle accident on'
SHighway 351 on SatLuday September 15.
i ,As I do not know the names of everyone
who helped I hope that you all understand
how special you are to me. For my friend. Sue Chewning, a special thank you for tending to my husband. Dan. until rescue
showed up. And a special thank you to Max Chewniig for joining Miss Sue in the search for or" precious dog. S iley-Giie,
%tho was tfirown fiom my husband's vehicle after it was hnpacted. To Deputy Garcia....what can I possibly sa?'o were so
very kind, gentle and yet completely professional. Thank you so very much for your tremendous patience wh le dealing with
me, the shocked and slightly hysterical wife. For everyone joining in the search for our beloved (dog. I am pleased to let you
know that Smiley is home, safe and sound, with only a large bump on her dear head.Again. thank you all so very much. We
are so blessed to live in such a special area and everyone means so much to me.
Debra Moore, Old Town


OSTEEN


Name: Johnny "Conch" Osteen

Moved To
Dixie County: ,
1917

Family:
Mama Annie
Osteen, Fa-
t er Shade
steen, Wife
Louise Osteen
(65 Years),
Brother
James Shade .
Osteen, Son ,
Steve (de- '" '"
ceased),
Daughter Mil-
dred Osteen

Worked: Fish-
erman & Fish Dealer, mostly Dixie
County

What Did You Like About Your Jobs:
Enjoyed & liked what I did. Wanted to
do it.


SrLes U.L rat CLu iUr.
Dressing the fish.


What Do You Like About Living In Dix-
ie County: The friendly people, Woods
& Water, Hunting & Fishing.
How Has Dixie County Changed Since
You Moved
,. .' : ,-- H ere:
Paved
S. r '.. ,. Roads,
^s' *, -. ^ ~Tele-
-'. phones,
Electricity
in rural
Area.

Favorite
Foods:
Fish,
Squirrels,


Cabbage, &
i ] Rabbits
WN .
Hobbies:
Fishing & Hunting

What Is Something You Have Seen In
Recent Years That You Never Thought
You Would Witness: Condo's at Horse-
shoe, Suwannee, and Jena








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Thursday September 20, 2007


Law Enforcement


HEAD-ON


COLLISION


.. AT SCRUB CREEK


I his speed trailer was purchased Dv v money issued to the from the Flonda Deparimeni 01 Transporlaicin.


County
Purchases
Speed Trailer
Cross City, Florida- Recently
Sheriff Dewey H. Hatcher
announced that the Dixie
County Sheriffs Office re-
ceived a State of Florida, De-
partment of Transportation
Grant in the amount of
$76,568 to be used to form a
Traffic Unit within the Sher-
iffs Office.
The grant was used to pay
for the salary of the Deputy
in the Traffic Unit and pur-
chased a non-conventional
patrol vehicle, radar, in-car
camera system and a speed
trailer that will be used in lo-
cations that.the Sheriffs Of-
fice receives complaints
about speeding. The Sher-
iffs Office has taken delivery
of the Speed Trailer and
started utilizing it in the


School Zones. Sherifft Hatch-
er stated, "The Speed Trailer
is a positive enforcement
message. It will let the oper-
ator of the vehicle see a visu-
al of the speed that they are
traveling and they will be
able to adjust their driving
habits."
The Traffic Unit will be per-
forming DUI Checkpoints,
Specialized Enforcement Op-
erations, Child Safety Seat
Checks, Safety Equipment
Checkpoints and Public
Awareness Events. If you
are interested in the Traffic
Unit and have any questions,
Sheriff Hatcher asks that
you call the Sheriffs Office'
at 498-1220 or the Traffic Unit
at 498-1462. You may also call
the Communications Center
at 498-1231, extension 0 and
speak with a Communica-
tions Operator.


Dixie county EMS and a volunteer load Germaine Hes-
ter into an ambulance for transport to North
Florida Regional Hospital


Early Saturday evening, on
CR 351 just north of Scrub
Creek Church, a southbound
black Nissan pickup driven'
by Danny Moore, of Old
Town, drifted across the cen-
ter line and hit a black Ford
head on, sending it flipping
upside down into the ditch
and hurling the Nissan, also
upside down, into a barbed-
wire fence. The Ford was
driven by Germaine Hester,
of Old Town, who was ac-
companied by Lisa O'Dey,
also of Old Town.
"She said they were on their
way to get pizza," said Shana
Clarke, 12, one of the first to
arrive on the scene with her
grandmother, and who talked
'to the injured women while
waiting for emergency assis-
tance. "She wanted me to get
her shoe, but I couldn't. It,
was stuck up in the car."
Shana and her grandmother
were on their way home from
the Sportsman's Expo when


they saw the accident.
Shana's grandmother, Wanda
Berry, stated that "He (Mr.
Moore) came across the lane
and clipped her rear end. and
they started to flip." Miss
Clarke attempted to call 911
with her cell phone, but was
unable to complete the call
due to lack of signal.
The first witness on the '
scene was Jimmy Lamb, who
was on his way back from an
unfruitful fishing trip in-Or-
lando. "The black Nissan
was headed to town," he said.
"and it came across the lane
like he didn't even see them.
He didn't make any effort to
correct. The ladies tried to
miss him, but he hit them
right about head on."

All three victims sustained
injuries and were taken by
Dixie County Emergency
Services to North Florida Re-
gional Hospital.


MCDANIEL, ROY LEE, 44, Hale, VOP
CARMICHAEL, MICHAEL DAVID, 23, A. Sutton,
Warrant-Battery

9/11/2007
ROBINSON, TEKESTAN, 27, Deputy King, VOP
FALLS, MICHAEL BRIAN, 51, Deputy Tumlin,
FTA-Battery(Palm BCH CO)
ESTES, LYDIA MARIE, 23, Judge Bean. Sent 13
Mos Doc.
WILLIAMS, JAY SCOTT, 39, SGT. Sutton, VOP-
DWLSR, VOP-Resisting w/o Violence
GILL, TAMMY JEAN, 39, GCSO, House Gilchrist
Co.

9/12/2007
COLLINS, SELENA SAMANTHA, 26, R. Down-
ing, FTA-Grand Theft
SMITH, JOHN HENRY, 35, Mandola, VOP
BENNETT, DREW JOSH, 20,: Mandola, VOP
ELLISON, WILLIE JAMES, 37, GCSO, Hold for
Gilchrist County, Housed for Gilchrist
COLE, CHRISTOPHER JAMES, 21, L. Downing,
VOP Possession of 20 Grams, VOP Possession
of Meth

9/13/2007
SURDAM, ISAIAH SIDNEY, 20, Odell, VOP- No
Valid Drivers License
CARTER, TOMMY LEE JR, 42, King, Flee &
Elude Police with, Tamp. With Physical, Traff. In
Cocaine, Possession of Controlled Substance,
Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
FLETCHER, RYAN NEAL, 23, Hart, VOP- Crimi-
nal Mischief

9/14/2007
LAND, KIMBERLY L, Daniels, Disorderly, Intoxica-
tion
HAMILTON, NORMAN B, 40,T. Tumlin, Posses-
sion-20 grams marijuana, Possession Drug
Equipment, Possession Controlled
Substance(Crack Cocaine)
EVANS, TERRY LEE, 31, Sarasota, VOP-DWLS


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Announcements


Mr. Conrad

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Blaine
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Anderson and Mrs. Suzanne Papale
would like to announce
engagement ol their Daughter:
)nnie Lynn Anderson
to
avid Blaine Sanders
is the son of David Sanders and
in Mayo. The wedding will lake
place March 8. 2008.


Attention All

Veterans
American Legion Post 383 in conjunction with the Ameri-
can Legion Auxiliat Unit 383 and the Sons of the American
Leigion post 383 will host a MIA-POW observance on Friday
September 21st at 1:00 PM. All veterans are invited to attend
and pay their respects to those POWs and MIAs that are still
unaccounted for in Asia and the Middle East. You need not
be a member to attend this observance. Social hour to fol-
low.
The Post is located at 397 NE 82nd Ave, Old Town.
Phone 542-2021
For God and Counrtry
M. Stacey & L. Welkie


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Happy Birthday!
Mary Lynn Enfinger
We all love you
and are Proud of
You! God Bless

Sept.17, 2007
Love,
Granny & Papa &
*I loma & Daddy,
Mlary Ann& Tim
Bond, Timothy Jr,
Thomas, Nonie,
Bessie, Raymond Sr.,
Raymond Jr, Kate-
0 ar lynn Clark, Tommy,
Tiki, Leni, Austen
Bond, David


WELCOME M C0. SINI
SCPL. Clint Sikes is home
,from Iraq on a 2 week R
& R! Clint serves in the
SU.S. Army with the 82nd
B ^ Airborne Division. We
,fare so happy to have
Clint at home! We love
you and are very proud
o All our Love,
Mom, Dad, Jeff, Sara,
Andrew, Kayla, Sheri,
Adam, Shealyn & Celise.
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WE LOVE YOU!
Mom and Dad
Grandma and Papa Cox.
Granny and Papa Creel
Nanny Enfinger
Aunts and Uncles,
Lots of Hugs and Kisses!



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Our Family
is Growingg...
Randy and Ellen
Sikes are pleased
to announce the
marriage of
their Son
Jeff Rosenberg
to Sara Gray; the
engagement of
their daughter.
Sheri Rosenberg
to Adam Finch:
and the
engagement and
marriage of their
son. Cpl. Clint
Sikes to Celise
Sines. We wish
you all a lifetime
of happiness!
Much Love.
iMon, Dad. Andrew.
Kay/al and Slheulyn


Shauna Clark would like to thank
everyone for their support Friday
during her lookout, it was a huge
success. A special thank you to the
cooks: Robbie Lee, Lane Hurst, Hal
Chewning, Larry Bush; John Drig-
gers and John Chewning. The ladies
who helped serve the food: Renea
Vanosdal, Jennifer Storey, Ms. Ros,
Kristie Young, Ms. Millie Colvin,
Michelle Lea and Candace Corbin.
The two delivery people: Shauna's
Grandparents, Pat and Wanda Berry,


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Thank you to Stanley at Foodland for
helping supply our food and the Cy-
press Inin for the wonderful Cole
Slaw.

Thank you to our community for
helping Shauna reach her dream.
Please keep her in your Prayers.

Thank you,
Shauna & Michelle Clark,
Pathank you to StWandaBerry
Pat & Wanda Berry


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to tell you what's inside
I'd tell you that I'm sorry
For all the times I've lied
I'd tell you that I need you
To hold niy hand today
I'd tell you that I love you
I'd ask you please, to stay
You'd look at me and smile
The way you' always would
And say "I'd love to stay.
If only I really could"
Then you'd laugh the way you did
Whenever I was blue
You'd wipe my tears
and whisper softly.
"Don't cry, I love you too"
If I had one last day
I'd love you from the start
I'd stop hiding how I feel
I'd say what's in my heart
If I had one last day.
I'd say my last good-bye
and that even though
you are far away,
In my heart, you'll never die.
I love you, I miss you,
I need your love!
Your wife.
Tosha


Down Home Days Just
Around the Corner'
Down Home Days is rapidly ap-
proaching! Only 100 days until
the big event. The 23rd annual
Down Home Days arts and crafts
festival will be held on Novem-
ber 3, 2007. The annual event
will be held on the Community
Church of the Nazarene's 10
acres located 2 miles west of the
traffic light in Trenton on State
Road 26, from 9a.m. to 3p.m. Ap-
plications are available now by
contacting John Yencho at 463-
7282, Bill Martin at 463-7439 or
Merle Goodrich at 463-1057: Sign
up now to reserve your booth.

Grief Support Groups Form-
ing- Free grief support groups
in the Tri-counties area. Free.
Anyone is welcome. Meetings
will be held in Cross City and
Williston. Williston Nursing
and Rehabilitation- Tuesdays
from Oct. 2 to Nov. 13 from 2:30 to
4p.m.
Please contact Anne E. Stephen-
son, LCSW at (352) 493-2333 for
more information.

Focus On The Future- Dis-
placed Homemaker Program:
A series of classes and work-
shops beginning September
10h, 2007 to help displaced
homemakers, 35 years of age or
older, enter the job market. Reg-
istration will be accepted on a
continual basis. There are no
fees for our classes or work-
shops. (352) 395-5047.

23rd Annual Down home
Days November 3, 2007. The
host and location for this event
has changed but little else.
Trenton Community Church of
the Nazarene is the new host
and the location is two miles
west of town on highway 26. The
idea is to allow craft vendors to
display and sell their crafts.'
There will also be lots of music,
games for the kids, food vendors
and a chance to greet your
neighbors. This is a tri-county
event with a great history for
our area. On board already: a
petting zoo, several craft artists
and a rumor of an early "Stop-
by with Santa!" Interested ven-
dors please call Merle at 352-436-
1057.

Meals on Wheels in Suwan-
nee right now, there are no
Meals on Wheels community
serving site in Suwannee, Flori-
da. Still, there are many seniors
in the community that would
benefit from the service. A sur-
vey is being conducted by Dr.
Michael L. Lowery, Senior Pas-
tor at Suwannee Fellowship to
determine who and how many
in the Suwannee vicinity may


desire to receive the service and
how many volunteers may be
willing to help offer the pro-
gram. If you are a senior and in-,
terested in receiving the Meals
on Wheels program, or would
like to volunteer in offering the
program, call 352-542-2656, or
email drpastor(@aol.com.

AMERICAN LEGION POST
383- Legionnaires' meetings are
3rd Wed. at 7pm; Auxiliary meet-
ings are 4th wed. at 7pm and
* SAL meetings are 1st and 3rd
Monday at 7:30pm (of each
month). The Post canteen is
open every day 10am-10pm. For
more information call 542-2021

Basic Computer Skills Work-
shop- Join us Friday, September
28th, at 1:00 pm., at the Dixie
County Public Library 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 LI-
BRARY OR CALL 352-498-1219.

JOIN 4-H! The Souring Eagles
and Old Town Natives will be
holding their first 4-H meetings
Tuesday, September 4, 2007 at
6:00 pm at the Suwannee River
Baptist church in Old Town.
Any one interested in joining ei-
ther club is welcome to come. We
will be signing up old and new
members. Both clubs meet at the
same time each month. Ask
questions call Marie Hunt 542-
7917. Don't forget the mandatory
meetings.

Holy Cross Catholic Church -
Bingo every Tuesday evening
6:00 p.m US. 19. Doors open at
6:00 pm. -- snacks available. Free
coffee. Rosary every Tuesday at
3:00 pm. 352-498-5617

SCRAP BOOKING -- It Starts
with a Story... and ends with a
Legacy Learn how quick and
easy it is to preserve your mem-
ories in keepsake albums for
generations to come. Workshops
are designed to help you orga-
nize your photos, learn new
techniques, and to provide a
time and place for you to work
on your albums. September
Workshops, Tuesday, September
18th- Branford Woman's Club 5-
9, Mini Paper Album $20 (incl.
$15 kit) or crop $10) Thursday,
September 20th Ft. White Com-
munity Center 5-9, Connect with
Color/Crop $10 (incl. Supplies)
Friday, September 28th -
Gilchrist Library in Tren-
ton 10-2:00, Introductory Work-
shop/Crop-FREE Scrap booking
tolls are provided at all work-


shops, and no experience is re-
quired. For the free Introducto-
ry Scrap booking class, held at
each workshop, please bring 3 to
5 photos of the same event or
person to take part in the hands-
on activity.

PREGNANT? Need help? Free
pregnancy test & confidential
counseling. Office hours: Mon-
day & Thursday, llam-4pm.
Look for our sign on Hwy 19,
across from Dixie Co. High
School. (352) 498-7776. Ufn

New Here In Cross .City XFFL
- Extreme Florida Football
League 18 and up. Sign ups
and practice will be September
22nd 2007 at 3pm. at Hudson
Field. Come dressed to practice
for more information call Elaine
and Mr. Willie at 498-2691.
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citvdevils
YOUR NEVER TOO OLD TO
PLAY!

American Legion Post 383 in
conjunction with the American
Legion Auxiliary Unit 383 and
the Sons of the American Le-
gion Post 383 will host a MIA-
POW observance on Friday, Sep-
tember 21st at 1:00pm. All veter-
ans are invited to attend and pay
their respects to those POW's
and MIAs that are still unac-
counted for in Asia and the Mid-
dle East. You need not be a mem-
ber to attend this observance.
Social hour to follow. The Post is
located at 397 NE 82nd Ave, Old
Town. Phone 542-2021- For God
and Country M. Stacey & L.
Welkie

Forest Park Hill Community
Center Has a Bingo every
Monday Evening, Doors open at
4:30 pm, games start at 6:30pm.
Funds are to support the center
and charities.

The Florida Hereford Associ-
ation, Inc is hosting the first an-
nual Open Hereford Show on
Friday, September 28, and Satur-
day September 29 at the Suwan-
nee Livestock Pavilion in Fan-
ning Springs, FL. for informa-
tion about the First Annual
Open Hereford Show, contact
Ray Hodges at 352-542-7135
(evenings) or Nicole Spencer at
352-542-8939.

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need to learn in life is
how to love people and
use things instead of
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Rambling Woods
Celebrates
Neighbor
Gathering
The Ladies Craft Club of
Rambling Woods Subdivi-
sion hosted a neighbor
picnic at the Waldo Park on Sunday, Sept. 16, 2007. The pic-
nic was attended by Sheriff Dewey Hatcher, Deputy Chad
Reed and County Commissioner Buddy Lamb.
The purpose of the gathering was to enable all the property
owners to meet and greet each other. President of the
Women's Association, Sally LoiiL'iiiirL. introduced Estelle
Valdes who led the group in prayer. The ladies prepared deli-
cious dishes to share and John Liiiiiiir.- prepared the-meat
plates.
Sheriff Hatcher addressed the group and discussed imple-
menting a Neighborhood Watch Pt .qr:i am for the community.
He explained the necessary steps to get the program started
and answered questions.
Deputy Chad Reed spoke to the group with assurance that he
and his department would do everything they possibly canto
help promote the program. His office will also address such
items as speeding through the subdivision arid failure by
certain drivers to adhere to the speed limit signs already
posted. He suggested that a committee be formed to repre-
sent the Rambling Woods property owners with the Neigh-
borhood Watch Program.
Commissioner Lamb spoke of proposed road improvements
and delays which may occur with the proposed budget cuts
by Governor Crist. He advised the group to contact their leg-
islators and make them aware of our County and its road
needs.
A discussion was held on the beautification project under-
way at the entrances to Rambling Woods Subdivision. The
plan is to improve the current signs or replace them with
new signs; to raise the signiig'- to a higher level and to plant
shrubs.
Our deepest appreciation to Sheriff Hatcher, Deputy Reed
and Commissioner and Mrs. Lamb for attending our gather-
ing and for their interest in our community



Humne $Society Pet of the Week

Freckles is an eight month old, male Australian Cattle
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City for their donations for clothing sales received from the
yard as he in Dixie County
needs exer-
cise. Al-
though
young and playful, he would also look forward to being
curled up next to you.
We would like to thank "New to You Consignment" in Cross
City for their donations for clothing sales received from the
kind people in Dixie County
who donated their clothing for consignment in our name.
We will be returning to CITGO gas station in Old Town for
our pet adoptions this coming Saturday from 12:30 to 4:00
p.m. Dixie County Humane Society, Po Box 192, Old Town,
FL 32680 Pamela Swanson 542-1081



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, Pastor Wayne Liles or 542-4910
Donald Michael. 2 miles north of Highway 19 on Left side,
look for sign and balloons.


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One Friday, September 14, 2007,
the Town of Horseshoe Beach,
along with Darabi & Associates
and Jones Edmunds celebrated
the groundbreaking of the
Horseshoe Beach Water Treat-
ment Plant.
Horseshoe Beach area has had i
a history of water that has
been below the federal drinking
water standards.:Water quality
is a part of life and has been a long time needed for this area. They have been working for eight years on the process of get-
ting all of the funding for the water plant.
The new water plant is going to be placed just about a mile and a half outside of Horseshoe Beach. It is expected to be com-
pleted within a year's time. The first thing that they are going to do is put in two pipe lines to the city There will be the main
water line that is going to be 10 inches that will carry the good water with a high level of pressure which will help fire fight-
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Thursday September 20, 2007


People


SPRINGHOUSE
QUILTER'S NEWS








Springhouse Quiter's met




last Tuesday for their regu-
lar monthly business
meeting. Show and Tell was
great with at least.30 differ-
ent projects that had
been completed since the Au-
gust meeting Beverly Shope
had finished a
beautiful applique piece and
was very pleased and proud
to show the completed pro-
ject.
The workshop for September
25 will be conducted by Bev-
erly Shope. She will
be teaching Springhouse
Quilters to make Christmas
cards using a paper
piecing technique and will
use fabric to make the beau-
tiful Christmas cards.The
Christmas cards will have a
centered window through
which the paper pieced quilt
project will be shown.
During the September
monthly meeting, there were
approximately 32 members


and guests in attendance for
the day meeting and 12 mem-
bers attended the night
group meeting. The fellow-
ship time was great with
wonderful snacks made by
Springhouse members.
Lancaster Correctional was
out with a group of young
men and a leader to
work in our yard last Mon-
day They cleaned and
mowed the yard and did sev-
eral
other cleaning projects to the
building. We truly appreci-
ate the hot, hard
work of these young men
and their leader. Our yard re-
ally looked great for the
meeting last Tuesday
Quilt Show time is really
coming fast. The dates of
the show will be
October 26 and 27. Quilts are
currently being registered
for the show with
approximately 130 quilts reg-
istered to date. Check in for
the show will be at
Trenton's United Methodist
Church Fellowship building
with additional quilts,
workshops, displays, and.
door prize pickup in Tren-
ton First Baptist Church
Fellowship Hall.
For information on the quilt
show or Springhouse Quil-
ter's, contact Mary
Rawlins, 493-7401, or Lois
Scott. 463-2207.
Lois Scott, Publicity


Log Cabin Quilters
Log Cabin Quilters met Thursday Sept. 13 at the Levy Co.
Quilt Museum. Today was show and tell day. Alice Mae
brought in two tops she has made from scraps. Jannie has
one quilt that she has decided to sell, it's a Fifty-Four-Forty
or Fight, Joyce has a small quilt using printed fabrics, it's for
a gift. We had seven ladies from Nlicanopy. Williston, Morris-
ton and other places to visif. They have a quilt group and
wanted to visit the museum. It made for a great day as we
love to meet with other quilters and maybe learn something
new.
Greg and six boys were out Wed. and what a great day we
had. Sgt. Carl Loy came by and visited for a while. Carl is the
Officer of the year and was honored Tuesday night at Law
Appreciate ion night at the Usher Center; He is head of the
work camp at Lancaster and as everyone knows, they take
good care of us here. Thanks Lancaster. Lunch was great
with Spaghetti meat sauce, green beans, tomato and zucchi-
ni. Squash casserole. cheese & mac, tossed salad, cabbage sal-
ad, corn, chocolate, coconut pie, cheese cake with cherries
and more.
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Welcome Home
Cpl. Sikes

Cpl. Clint Sikes is home
from Iraq on a two-week
R&R. Clint serves, in
the U.S. Army wi the
82nd Airborne Division.
We are so happy to have,
Clint at home. We love
you and are very proud
of you Clint.
All our love,
Mom, Dad, Jeff, Sara,
Andrew, Kayla, Sheri,
Adam, Shealyn & Celise


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American Legion Post 383
member and Old Town resi-
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luring a break at the 89th.
National Convention of the
AmericanLegion, held in
Reno, NV recently John was
an official delegate to the
convention representing the
3rd district, Department of
Florida


Congratulations


James Vest has retired from the Department
of Corrections. On September 21, 2007 from
12:00 pm to 7:00 pm at the First District
Community Center on Hwy 349 there will be
a party in his honor. All friends and rela-
tives are invited to come join us.

SPARROW ENTERS SERVICE
Civilian Charles J. Sparrow, son of Lori Sparrow of Fitch-/
burg, Mass. and Charles Sparrow of. Old Town, Fla., recently
enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps under the Delayed Entry
Program at Marine Corps Recruiting Station Springfield,
Chicopee, Mass.
The program allows recruits to enter the Marine Corps and
take up to one year to complete prior commitments such as
high school. Using recruiter as mentors, this program helps
recruits ease into the transition from civilian to military life.
Sparrow is a 2007 graduate of Fitchburg High School of
Fitchburg, Mass.

Dixie Divas

We were few in number at the Kanapaha Gardens in
Gainesville but we sure enjoyed the walk and visiting with
the helpful lady at the information desk. Browsing through
the gift shop was fun too. Most of all just being in the out-
doors and acquainting ourselves with all the various plants,
trees and herbs that they have so carefully labeled. Of
course, we did have to get up close and personal to the little
tags to read them...
After the walk we enjoyed our bag lunches in their picnic,
area and talking about what we had seen. See you next,
month, somewhere?
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Shown, left to right, Post 49 Monticello, State Vice-Conmman-
der, Paul Martel, Gene Street, Post 383 Old Town, and Jim
Troupe, Post 57 Lake City during Picnic for Vets at the Lake.
City Robert Jenkins Veteran's Home. These and other 3rd
District Legionnaires served a picnic lunch to over 150 resi-
dents last weekend in Lake City The Picnic is an annual
event sponsored by the American Legion, Dept. of Florida for
Elderly Veterans now residing in domiciliary across the state
of Florida.

Card of Thanks
The family of Alex Jerrells would like to thank the fol-
lowing for the help since his eye surgery: George and
Liza Land, Casey Chesser, Jerry Prater, Shirley New-
man, Dessie Lockler Nancy Kight, Lewis Jerrells, Lanae
Kight, Sandra and Justin Mills, and Elvin Evans.
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Calling All Cows

K*,,'; *' -O The Florida Hereford As-
sociation,.Jnc is hosting
the first annual Open.
Hereford Show on Friday,
September 28, and Satur-
day, September 29 at the
Suwannee Livestock
Pavilion in Fanning
Springs, FL.

SThe goal of the Open
ad Hereford Show is to pro-
.R. vide an opportunity for
f 'i Hereford Breeders to
compete within the breed
and showcase their stock.
The Friday evening activities will include orientation and dinner followed by the
meeting of e Florida Hereford Association, Inc. On Saturday, Showmanship compe-
tition begins at (:00 AlVI to be followed by the heifer show, cow/calf show, bull show
and the Hereford Beef Steer Show.
Beef that is at least 50% Hereford influenced qualifies as Certified Hereford Beef,
which is a premium quality of beef that affords the combination of tenderness and
lean healthy meat. Hereford beef brings exceptional meat quality to the commer-
cial meat market.A
The Florida Hereford Association, Inc. is an agricultural association whose pur-
pose is to promote the improvement an awareness of the Hereford breed by foster-
ing communication an fellowship among Hereford breeders, providing mutual sup-
port to Herefords county, state, regional an national livestock association, and to
maintain full association with the American Hereford Association.

For information about the First Annual Open Hereford Show, contact Ray Hodges
at 352-542-7135 (evenings) or Nicole Spencer at (352)542-8939.


Landmark
Oak
Removed

By: Kim Lander ,
First United Methodist i -
Church in Cross City had a
tree removed on Tuesday, 5
September 18. According to
Pastor Glenda Brayman,
the ancient oak tree was re- ..... .
moved due to it being a pos-
sible safety hazard. On
Monday a large branch, approximately 12 inches in diameter fell on the church dri-
veway which caused concern to heighten.
The ancient oak was a landmark of Dixie County as community members were
used to seeing it's shade by the church for as many years as most can remember.
The road beside the church was closed temporarily on Tuesday during the job.
Shawn Gabel on behalf of Kenny Bell, and son Kenny Jr. of Bell's Tree Service said
the actual removal took about an hour however cleanup efforts were more exten-
sive. They were unsure of the actual age of the tree.


Sold items you
have just
lying around
the house?

Sell Them In
The Classifieds

352-498-3312


New Pastor in Town
(And She's Pretty, Too!)
Cross City First United Methodist -,
Church is happy to m'
welcome their new pastor, Rev. Glenda '4
Brayman, and her husband, Keith
Brayinan. Rev. Glenda Brayman began q ,
her ministry at First United Methodist
Church in Cross City on July 1,2007.
She graduated from The Methodist The-
ological School in Ohio in May, 2007, and
from Florida State University in 2003.

Rev. Brayman was born in Lake City,
Florida, and grew up in Eastpoint,
Florida. She lived in Tallahassee for
several years and has two adult children, daughter Amanda and son,
Jay, both of whom reside in Tallahasssee. The Braymans were active
members of St. Paul's United Methodist Church during their time in
Tallahassee.

Rev. Glenda and Keith Brayman have two granddaughters who are
very dear to them. They enjoy visits with them and their children,
whenever possible. Rev. Glenda says that she has always felt God's
nearness in her life, through all her life experiences, both good and
bad times. She has a heart for missions and evangelical work espe-
cially and is eager to get acquainted with the people of Dixie County

You are invited to visit First United Methodist Church to meet Rev.
Glenda Brayman. Services are at 11:00 am every Sunday. The, church,
is located across from the City Park behind the Courthouse in Cross'
City. Call 498-3420 for more information.


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Spotlight On Dixie


Gail's Cafe Celebrates
Anniversary


10th


Story & Photos by Dana Pettmato
On September 9, 2007, Gail's Caf6 celebrated the
10th anniversary of their opening. Gail Carrier is the
owner and has been the owner since September 8, 1997.
During the celebration well wishers came to
enjoy music by the Big Cypress Blue Grass Band, free
hot dogs and finger foods. It was tearful thanks when
Gail got up to thank everyone for coming.
Gail moved from Orlando to Dixie County
Florida in 1993, and she states it was the best move she
ever made. She moved with her husband and her two
children. She simply fell in love with it. When the old
Gally's Restaurant became for sale, she jumped on the
opportunity and it has been known as Gail's Cafe ever
since.
Gail has been in this business since she had
been 15 years old. Everything she loves about owning
the Caf6 revolves around the great customers that had
taken Gail into their hearts. The business that she re-
ceives is from the repeat customers. When her son
went to Iraq, she states it was her customers that gave
her the love and support she needed to go on. Gail now
has 4 beautiful Grandchildren; Zoey Brent, Veronica,
and Abby which love the food at this establishment as
well.
It is no wonder people keep coming back to
Gail's Caf& It is country food, with the most popular
being the hamburgers and pork chops. Breakfast from
7:00am to 9:00am and one will never pay more than 6.25
for dinner, unless they have their special prime rib
that day.


"Haven was not only
al mily but to make sure


Jackpot


Jack

Jack Adams of Pro Tire '
rides his 2006 custom Victory.
Jack Pot Motorcycle through .! -
the open roads without a wor- ..
ry in his mind. This is no i _
wonder, considering the only ,
feeling is the wind and adren-
aline running through and
around his body.
Jack has been riding since he has been 17 years old and loves every minute
of it. Prior to this current Victory he'had another custom bike, a 750 Honda. His
current bike was inspired by Arlen Ness who was a master bike builder from
California. Arlen Ness and his son Cory Ness helped Victory put together these
custom bikes.
The owner of a local tire business, Pro Tire, Adams has spent a lot of time
lately planning a day to honor his customers. The event, planned for Friday,
September 21 was Adams' vision as a plan to give back to the community after
being in business here for eight years. The event, which is being called a "cus-
tomer appreciation day", will feature a monster truck on site, free hot dogs, so-
das, hats, stickers, and a 1/2 off tire sale. Having a monster truck on site here
for his customers to enjoy is Adams' self professed dream. He says that all his
tire distributors have commented that "no one in the history of the tire busi-
ness has offered such a sale to it's customers except when they are going out of
business." Pro Tire is NOT going out of business, they just want to thank their
customers! Pro Tire is not going out of business and, in fact, has plans for ex-
pansion which will be revealed in the near; future.
The customer appreciation day will take place on Friday on Hwy 19 at the
tire shop, and will follow up at Dixie Pond on Saturday and Sunday.
Some people like to fish. Some people like to hunt, but a lot of people don't
have time to do either. Though Tire Jack, at Pro Tire makes time to ride his
pride and joy. He's even in most motorcycle forums and
events. They know him as Jack Pot.Jack. He's won two tro-
phies so far, and hopes to win another at the end of this
month in Panama City beach at Thunder Beach Bike Rally
Although it's not the safest of past times, driving defensive-
ly and wearing a helmet cuts down the odds. "See ya on the
road" Tire/Jack Pot Jack.
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... but Haven did. They comforted us in ways

that only someone who has been there can."
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Pathways


To Faith


NEW PROSPECT BAPTIST NEWS

We praise the Lord for another great day in church Sun-
day..His blessings are
unceasing when we accept Jesus as Lord and Savior and
commit ourselves to a life of
service for Him! Our choir did a fine job singing the songs of
old, and Bro. Billy
very ably delivered God's inspiring message from Matt. 9:35-
38. Sunday evening, we
were very pleased to have a young Dixie County soldier with
us, Corporal Sikes, who

BEHOLD THE TABERNACLE OF GOD
Rev. 21:3


The Natural Jew
I, the son of man, say it was to a new people, Gentiles of Corinth and Eph-
esus, that Paul wrote to and declared that they were now God's building
and were no more foreigners and strangers. The Apostle Peter also wrote
to the strangers scattered throughout Fontus, Galatia, Cappadocia, Asia
and Bithynia acknowledging them as elect according to the foreknowledge
of God the father, and making it clear that they were lively stones for the
building of a spiritual house. God, indeed, had visited the Gentiles, to take
out of them a people for his name. Now we can understand the Voice that
spoke to.John on the isle of Patmos, which said, "come hither, and I will
show thee the bride, the Lamb's wife. And he showed me that great city,
the Holy Jerusalem, descending out of heaven from God." This city, which
represents God's chosen people, to whom He is joined so that they have
become His wife, is that of which the apostles spoke when they said, ye
(Gentiles) are God's building, ye (Gentiles) are the temple of God, ye
(Gentiles) are an Holy priesthood. I the son of man, say (1 Peter 2:9, 10)
But ye are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, an Holy nation, a pe-
culiar people; that ye should show forth the praises of him who hath called
you out of darkness into his marvelous light: Which in time past were not
a people, but are the people of God: Which had not obtained mercy, but
now have obtained mercy. All who, by faith in Jesus Christ, are connected
with Him, who is the Cornerstone of this building, the New Jerusalem, are
the saints of the most high and shall possess the Kingdom of God. Those
who would think that Abraham's natural seed is the ones to Whom the
promise is have forgotten that it is those who suffer with Christ that will
reign with Him. (Philippians 1:29) For unto you it is given in the behalf of
Christ, not only to believe on him, but also to suffer for his sake. I the son
of man, say all who partake of the circumcision of which Jesus is the min-
ister, are the true Israel of God. The natural Jew we, know of today, in re-
ality, is not a Jew at all. Hear me, for the real Jew and the real Israelite is
one who has become the true seed of Abraham through faith, not by nat-
ural blood, but by an instilling of the blood of Christ applied by faith. (Ro-
mans 2:28, 29) For he is not a Jew, which is one outwardly; neither is that
circumcision which is outward in the flesh: But, he is a Jew, which is one
inwardly: and circumcision is that of the heart, in the spirit and not in the
latter whose praise is not in the latter whose praise is not of man, but of
God. Continued next week.

2Eftor's i' 4ft': Both the Word'.LMaI '*Fles aid''e-
h0l( the qabernac(e of Godareyaidadvertisements
andd0o i0t re(ect the views oftke ownership or staff

th T ixix omnity .Advocate.

First United Methodist Church
of Cross City

Hey Kids! Want to have some good food and fun with others
your age? Come on out to the First United Methodist Church
in Cross City on Wednesdays at 6:00 pm.

This is the church across from the City Park behind the
Courthouse. We welcome ages from kindergarteners through
12th graders.

A snack supper is served at 6:00 pm, after which age groups
gather for Bible stories and lessons, and some fun activities.

We will also feature a time of praise and karaoke singing un-
til 7:30 pm.

Please bring a parent with you the first time you come so that
yoil can be registered. We look forward to seeing you on,
Wednesday nights!
Cross City Pentecostal Holiness Church

We had a great homecoming this past Sunday Friends and
family came by to wish us well. Wonderful food and fellow-
ship!

As I sit here this morning, I am thinking of a great home-
coming some day, and how God has created us for fellowship
with Him. We were designed to walk with Him and delight in
His ways. Every day, we choose not to do that. We choose our
own paths, and our own ways. We put a sign on our heart:.
Keep Out.' God could let us wander off, He could see our sign
and Walk away But he doesn't! He is faithful, and He seeks
after us. With open arms He says to each of us, "Welcome
Home!' Respond to His call today. "Behold, I have put before
you an open door, which no man can shut." Rev. 3:8. Come
worship with us soon, Pastor Louise Tyson.


APlAease studythe plan of I



SALVATION


Hebrews 5:9, 11:6
Romans 1:16
1 Corinthians 15:1-4'
Romans 10:9-10
Matthew 28:18-19
Romans 6:3-1
Acts 2:36-41
Mark 16:15-16
Colossians 2:11-13, 1:13-1
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
14
2 Thessalonians 1:7-9
John 12:48
Romans 16:16


We love you and ask that
you pass this on.

God Will Bless You


had graciously agreed to share his experiences m Iraq with
us. He gave a very
interesting and enlightening talk, after which he invited and
answered questions
from the, audience. Welcome back anytime, Cpl. Sikes!

From all reports, the Dixie Sportsman Outdoor Expo Satur-
day was a huge success, with the turnout of people exceeding
all expectations. All attendees who were heard from ex-
pressed their pleasure with a day well-spent fellowshipping
with other Christians and enjoying all the events presented!
In upcoming events, don't forget the Youth Rally at Lydia
Baptist Church this coming Saturday, Sept. 22nd at 6:00 P M.
On Monday Sept. 24th, we will have our annual Senior Ban-
quet (ages 55 and up) at NPBC.

Our world is still in a very precarious situation, so please re-
member to pray for
our President and other leaders, our people in the military,
and all those here at
home on the various church prayer lists...God DOES answer
prayers! We were most
pleased to have visitors with us again Sunday and invite you
and all visitors to
bless us with your presence anytime, all the time. Have a
good week, and may God
bless you.


The Word Made Flesh
S "The Divine Trinity"
Continued from last week. I the son of man, say there is a Divine Trinity;
Namely, the Father the son, and the Holy Spirit. The Unity of God is ac-
knowledged and received throughout the whole world, wherever there is
religion and sound reason. They're for the Trinity if God could be known
for if it had been known yea, if only declared, concerning the Tnnity of
t God, man would have thought of a plurality of God's which both religion
:, and also sound reason abhor. I the son of man, say there fore the Trinity
of God could not be known except from the Word; neither could it be a
contradiction which begets a monentit\. The Trinity of God did not actu-
ally exist before the son of God the savior of the world was born; and be-
fore that there was not Unity in Trinity and Trinity in Unity. I the son of
man, say the salvation of the human race depends upon the Trinity of God.
which at the same time is Unity. By the Trinity of God which at the same
time is Unity, is meant the Di\ ine Trini rty in one Person.,The Lord the sav-
ior of the world taught that there is a Divine Trinity, namely the father, the
son, and the spirit; for he commanded His disciples to baptize in,the name
of the Father, of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit; He also said that He
would send to them the Holy spirit from the Father; He more over often
times mentioned by name the Father, and called himself His son, and He
breathed upon his disciples, Sjying. "Receive ye the Holy Spirit." Fur-
thermore, when Jesus was baptized in Jordan there came forth a voice
From the Father, saying, "T'im is my belov ed son." and the spirit appeared
over him in the form of a dove. I the son of man, say the angel Gabriel also
said to Mary," The Holy Spirit shall come upon thee, and the power of the
Most High shall overshadow thee, and the Holy one that shall be.born of
thee shall be called the son of God." The Most High" is God the Father.
The Apostles likewise in their epistles often name the Father, the Son and
the Holy spirit; and John in his first Epistle say, "There are three that bear
witness in heaven, the Father of the word, and the Holy Spirit," ete. Love
you, continued next week. r


349fJ a. Inblero= ,t 351 A 349
Sunday Monings Io-11 A.M
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Pastor John Lunsford
(352) 542-8062

Calvary Temple Assembly of God
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Pastor Jim Hurst
(352) 498-3023


Central Baptist Church
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Pastor David B. Downing
(352) 498-0714

Cross City Church of Christ
5137 59 NE 4IA. 51 (rcAu nn ur Si
Sun l, BMe Sludy. IIOWA
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Minister Bill Ross
(352)33M864

Cross City Church of God
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Rev. Ed & Sylvia Ivay, Pastor
(352) 498.3280

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Pastor Paul & Louise Tyson

Faith Baptist Church
CR A(s6et "Then, CI h wh An, Opm Door
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Rev. Jackie Pettray, Pastor
(362)542-7103


First Assembly of God
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Rev. Marvin & Janice Parsley
(352)48.3366


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Pastor.-Sallty Robson
(352) 4984711


Frst Bapist Church of Old Town Old Town United Methodist Church
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Pastor Royce Hanshew Pastor Rev. Carl Rainear
1352) 542-7050 (352) 542-7954


Old Town Church of God
Waa.,mes fu To Ccrme & Wt&tship W n Us
SniMy School. 10006M
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Pastor Troy Hare
(352) 54241222

Scrub Creek Baptist Church
LooSaId 6 Milea Emau on CR 351
'A Fnenaly Chura n R4A Wueifm gSp'"
Bbhl Sudy -94- Wdhp SaSe I IA
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Pastor Archle Knowles
(352) 498-5535


Seventh-Day Adventist Church
CrmsCdy
Wefanie You Wha enJem t Loa'
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Pastr Bill Schnorbus
H (352) 498-3258 C (352) 498-5874


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PaStOr Rwvh Bobby Lindsey
(352) 5424801

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Pastor Theadus & Benfts Corbin
(352) 498-5837


Holy Cross Catholic Mission
Hwy.10 SoutoofCroteCRy
(352) 498-5671
Mass. Sunday 11:30 a.m.
Confeions-Sundtay 1045 -11:15a..
CC Evey Wednesday-00 -7:15 pnm.
At St John the Evangelst nChieland
Grades PiKniru High School


j,"'--- .Rosary Every Tuesday 3 p.m.
Full Gospel Church
Power In The Word e
Pastor Wayne Liles
S2 miles NEof Red Light in Old Town, Hwy 349
(352) 498-7167
Sunday Services at 11:00 a.m.
Sunday Evening Services at 5:30 p.m.
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Pastor Carlos M. Perez
(352) 498-0756


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Pastor Rev. Glenda Brayman
(352) 498-3420


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Weacomes you to come and worship
With us In Horseshoe Beach
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Pastor James Butler
(352)498-3M77

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Steinhatchee United Methodist Church

Gospel Sing!
Steinhatchee United Methodist Church is
hosting the McCormicks. The McCormicks
will be singing along with some local talent.
Food will be served starting at 6:00 PM and
music will follow at 7:00. This is all happen-
ing on Saturday, Sept. 29, 2007.

A free offering will be taken.

Everyone come for an evening of food and fel-
lowship. Questions or directions can be ad-
dressed at 352-498-3243. The Church is located
across from Casey's Cove in Jena. .


The Family and Loved Ones would like to_

thank all that brought food, sent flowers, and
said a prayer for the passing of George W

Miller. Special thanks goes to Rick Gooding

'Funeral Home for a wonderful job and Pastor

James Butler for a great service. God Bless

You all.


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Obituaries & Church News


rGRACIE LAVINIA KIRKLEY rGEORGE WILLIAM MILLER


r CALHOUN WILSON HENDRIX


Gracie Lavinia Kirkley,85, of Old Town passed
away Wednesday, September 12,2007 at the Tri Coun-
ty Nursing Home in Fanning Springs. She lived
most of her life in Dixie County

She is survived by her son, Larry Frier of Old
Town; sister, Inez David of Trenton; brothers, Neal
Dyal of Old Town, Eddie Marsh of Cross City, Jack
Marsh of Chickamauga, Ga and 17 grandchildren.

Funeral Services were held Saturday, September 15,
2007 at 9AM at the Rick Gooding Funeral Home
Chapel with Rev. Lester Osteen officiating. Burial
followed at Summerville Cemetery in Old Town. A
visitation was held Friday, September 14, 2007 be-
tween the hours of 5-7PM at the Rick Gooding Fu-
neral Home.

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


IN MEMORY OF SHARON ELAINE "TIGER" JAMES

Born April 3, 1937, died September 12, 2006. Well known
for her artistry, Ms. James studied Doll Technology both'
making and repairing dolls and stuffed animals. An oil
painter and photographer, she worked both sides of the
camera taking pictures and modelling. A full spectrum
artist, she was a Playboy Bunny in 1956, published many
works of poetry in magazines and periodicals and was ac-
knowledged by the White House for dolls and T-shirts she
created for presidents including Presidents Carter, Ford,
and Nixon.

Married to Curtis E. James, she was preceded in death by
her husband and son Danny Charles James. A resident of
St. George Island for 20 years, she then moved to Cross
City/Old Town with her companion Kenneth C. Sey-
moure. She remained a resident of Dixie County until
2005, and then moved to Trinity, Texas with her daughter
and son-in-law, Linda and Scott Copeland and seven
grandchildren. She continued painting and writing until
succumbing to cancer in 2006. The Tiger most wanted to
serve God in heaven by painting rainbows. She is loved
and missed by many and we invite you to look to the heav-
ens and enjoy her wonderful rainbows after the storms.n



SORIS ANN COATS,


Beloved wife and mother; born January 8, 1935 in 'West
Burlington, PA., to the parents of August Glen Mosier and
Ethel Viola Sargent. Her life was temporarily interrupted
on September 12, 2007.

'She is survived by her husband Robert Coats, Sr., of 54
years, along with their 5 children; Debra Gourd of
Zephyrhills. FL; Beverly Parker of Old Town,,.FL; Robert
Coats, Jr,. Of Bradenton, FL; Michael Coats of Hender-
son. NC; and Steve Coats of Ocala, FL. She also leavesbe-
hind one sister Bertha Bull of Canton, PA and 12 grand-
children; 7 great-grandchildren along with numerous
nieces and nephews.

She is predeceased by both parents and 6 sisters, Ethel
Sutton, Augusta Coats, Roberta Bailey, Janet Mosier,
Gladys Healy Marjorie Mosier and 3 brothers; August
Mosier, Robert Mosier, and Howard Mosier.

Of all the accomplishments this life has to offer, three
were the most precious to her, namely her relationship
with Jehovah to whom she dedicated her life on July 3rd
1960. her marriage to Bob and her children.

She was an endless source of information, encourage-,
ment and laughter of everyone she met. A walking ency-
clopedia of history and knowledge for which she will al-
ways be missed. As brother Knorr said to his wife shortly
before he died; "Memories are God's Gift to us." Hold on
tight to those memories until the day that Doris Ann
Coats hears Jesus voice and awakens and rejoins her fam-
ily and friends.


Memorial Services will be held Saturday, September 15,
2007 at 2:00pm at the Cross City Kingdom Hall of Jeho-
vah's Witnesses,; Cross City, Florida:.


STHELMA LUCILLE TENNIS -


Thelma Lucille Tennis passed away September 18, 2007 at
the age of 104 at the home she shared with her daughter,
Rhoda Moehring in Steinhatchee, Florida. Lucille was
born in Marcellus, Michigan on September 23, 1903. She
married her late husband George Tennis on July 25, 1935.
They raised four children in Charlotte, Michigan: two
daughters, Rhoda Tennis Moehring of Florida, Bobbi Ten-
nis Pattison (Jack) of Virginia, two sons, Gaylord Tennis
of Bath, Michigan and Darrell Tennis (Jacky)iof Olivet,
Michigan.

Lucille an&dGeorge owned a farm on North Cochran High-
way in Charlotte, Michigan where their children were
raised and also owned the North End Grocery Store in
Charlotte. She is survived by ten grandchildren, 16 great
grandchildren and five great great grandchildren. Lucille
was a friend to all and dearly loved by everyone who ever
knew her. She is now a beautiful angel in heaven over all
of us.

Arrangements are under the care of Rick Gooding Funeral
Home, Cross City 352-498-5400.



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Mr. George William Miller, 75, of Ocala, passed
away Monday, September 10, 2007, at West Marion
Community Hospital in Ocala. Mr. Miller was born
on February 29, 1932 (a leap year) in Fayette County,
Indiana. Mr. Miller was a veteran of the Korean
War. He moved from Tampa to Horseshoe Beach,
where he lived for 30 years before moving to Ocala.

He is survived by brothers, Gary L. Miller, Sr. of
Ocala, FL and Robert J. Miller of Brookville, IN; sis-
ters, Barbara Stoneking, Ruby Harrison and Kath-
leen Schusler all of Tampa, FL, Wanda Akers of
Lakeland, FL and Nancy McCain of Hamilton, OH;
brother-in-law, Winford Johnson and sister-in-law,
Melba Johnson both of Horseshoe Beach, FL; and
numerous nieces and nephews. George is from a
very large family and has many friends who will a
miss him. He was preceded in death by his wife,
Justine Miller; parents, Mary Lee Day Miller and W
Orval Miller of Tampa, FL; sister, Etta Spivey of
Melbourne, FL and brother, Billy Wayne Miller of
Ocala, FL.

Graveside Funeral Services were held, Saturday,
September 15, 2007 at Butler Cemetery in IIorseshoe
Beach, with Rev. James Butler officiating.

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



HOLY CROSS MISSION NEWS

The women of Holy Cross will be busy this fall. On Tuesday,
September 11 after saying our weekly rosary at 3pmr. Shane
Brewer taught us how to make rosaries. We are making them
to send to soldiers in Iraq along with other goodies such as
toiletries, snacks, & reading material from home. On Sunday,
September 30, we'll host an Ice Cream Social after Mass to
raise funds for our annual Thanksgiving Dinner for the El-
derly of Dixie County in November.

The Knights of Columbus and the Holy Cross Council of
Catholic Women (CCW) invite all parishioners of Holy Cross
Catholic Church and St John. The Evangelist Catholic
Church to a Summers End Fundraiser Picnic, Saturday, Sep-
tember 22, from 10am-2pm at John 0 Green Park at Hinton
Landing. From Chiefland, drive across the river, turn left on
C-317 Highway (where the BP station and Suwannee Gables
restaurant are located); follow the road 2 miles, turn left into
the park. Come and play Horseshoes. Checkers. Dominoes. 50-
50 Bingo & participate in Team Bible Game. Enjoy the
S.uwannee,.Riverwith swnurmning. rope swing. and $5 donation'
boat rides.Lunch will be served at noon, Hambturgers and Hot
Dogs with all the trimmings for a $5 donation. Bring comfort-
able chairs to sit by the river. Come early and stay late for the
fun, fellowship and faith. See a Knight of Columbus member
for tickets .

Our October calendar is filling fast. October 1 the Knights of
Columbus will install their new officers in the Holy Cross
hall at 7:00pm. Their families are invited to attend this spe-
cial occasion. On the 3rd the CCW will be meeting at 12
noon in the Holy Cross hall.(bring a pot luck dish). On Satur-
day, October 13 we'll have a "Rosary Rally" in conjunction
with all the CCW units in the United States at 9:00am.

Of special note; on October 7 members of Holy Cross & St.
John the Evangelist will join other Christian churchesInt the
area for the 21st Annual Life Chain from 2-3pm. Our location
is yet to be determined.

Don't forget our ongoing weekly events. Every Tuesday from
3-4pm we say the rosary, 4-5pm we clean the church & hall,
then Bingo starts at 6pm with the Early Bird Games. Every
Wednesday at 6:45pm there is Bible Study in the church hall.


9/20/65-12/31/o6

Deidri Sue

lockIear

Corbin


We Cove you and,

miss you.
--Your family


who prepared the tasty dishes.
Our revival continues throughout
this week, with Bro. Travis Lane be-
ginning every evening at 7 p.m.
Wednesday evening will be our
monthly dinner from 5:30 p.m. to 7
pm.m (come at any time, followed by
the Revival service. Bring friends
and family Come and be revived!
On Friday evening (Sept 21st at 7
p.m.) Bro. Travis and Bro. William
Bowyer will present a special pro-
gram: "Ready or not, Jesus is com-
ing," with spectacular audio-visual
effects. Don't miss it!
Saturday evening, Bro. William.
Bowyer will present a great youth
program. Bring all the teenagers in
your neighborhood!
Remember, at Lydia, everybody is
somebody and Christ is everything.


Lydia Baptist
Church News

God is great! Revival is exciting!
Bro. Travis Lane began Lydia's Re-
vival on Sunday with two energizing
songs from his adorable young sons,
Joshua and Jacob, accompanied by
dnd's fine and powerful voice.
Bro. Travis' preaching is inspiring
and energetic, and his Sunday mes-
sage from John I: '29-32 "lit a fire" un-
der us all! Bro. Travis taught us that
Revival gives us a fresh glimpse of
Jesus, If we would put Jesus in the
right place in the world (i.e. the fore-
front), then the world would be in bet-
ter shape.
We were all thrilled to see Ms. Myrtle
Futch back in Sunday school and
church. She gives all the credit for
her speedy recovery from surgery to
God and the power of prayer.
Our cottage prayer meetings took
place each evening during the week
prior to revival. We all received in-
numerable blessings from the Holy
Spirit as we attended each meeting,
and we extend our heartfelt thanks to
each hostess, and to all the ladies


Calhoun Wilson (Bill) Hendrix, Sr., 84, of Lake Park died
Sunday, September 16, 2007 at the Langdale Hospice
House. He was born on February 16, 1923 in Lowndes
County to the late Thomas Walter and Fannie Lee Lyons
Hendrix. Mr. Hendrix was a member of the Redland
Church of Christ and an avid fisherman and enjoyed gar-
dening. He served in the United States Navy during
World War II and served aboard the USS Montpelier CL-57
and was one of the first trained radar technicians. Mr.
Hendrix was an retired teacher and administrator for
forty two years having taught math and industrial
arts at Lowndes High, Madison County and Dixie County,
Fla.

Survivors include his wife, Wilhelmina Martin Hendrix of
Lake Park, his seven children and their spouses, Calhoun
Wilson, Jr. and Anne Hendrix of Charlotte, NC., Walter
Adrian and Karen Hendrix of Raleigh, NC., Wilma Rey
and Barry Denard of Flowery Branch, Martin Lee and
Terrie Hendrix of Columbus, Kenny and Linda Hendrix
of Andalusia, Ala., Etrenda Saralyn Hammock of Valdos-
ta, Andy and Teresa Hendrix of Marianna, Fla., grand-
children, Jeffrey and Nikki Hendrix, Amy Louise and
Don Steil, Josh Hendrix, Jennifer Hendrix, Heidi Hen-
drix, Frederick Denard, Curtis Hendrix, Ashley Hendrix,
Justin Hendrix, Marisa Hendrix, Kendall Hendrix, Clay-
ton Hendrix, Saralyn Singletary, Lindsey Hammock,
Whitney Jacobs, Brandon Hendrix, Dalton Hendrix, step-
grandchildren, Julie Gaines, Becky Shead, Wendy
Bergstrom, Sandi Denard, great grandchildren, Reid Hen-
drix,
Mary Peyton Hendrix, Brielle Steil, Frederick Denard II,
Madison Denard, Camden Singletary and Justin Pierce,
step grandchildren, Aubrey Gaines, Jeffrey Gaines, Wes-
ley Gaines, Will Shead, Audrey Shead, Logan Bergstrom
and Gage Lunsford., sister, Lois Moye of Tampa, Fla,
brother, Gerald Hendrix of Wilmington, NC. He was pre-
ceded in death by a son, Larry Malone Hendrix.

Funeral services will be held at 4pm, Wednesday, Septem-
ber 19, 2007 in the chapel of Carson McLane Funeral
Home with Mr. Bruce Barwick, Jr. officiating. Burial
with military honors will follow in CopelandCemetery
The family will receive friends on Tuesday from 6-8pm at
the funeral home. Memorials may be made, to Hospice of
South Georgia. Condolences to the family may be con-
veyed online at www.mclanefuneralservices.com. Carson
. McLane Funeral Home.


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We want you to know how much vou
mean ro u- Its beer a ear itnce you i[-ft
u0 but it -eems like ye-terday You are
- truly lve.d and deep nuiL.ed g'f iI.
our brother. you brought us Laughter
and an Everlasting Smile you Lo 'd us,
.Inspired uFt our own Guiding Light NoA
OV s-hirnes Ln Heaven -nith wingAs f pure
vahte You will forever walk softly in
our Hearts and in our Dream"s When
our feelings run rampant and our tears
begin to fall. your spirit wv 11 sirrouwid us
lending comf',ort and we will ms.s. you.
Time can not erase the pain Your true
RaUil Dor.n for v'hnat ever Homies,
One Love. Bailer & Trick 4 I.l',


FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS

Today was an exceptional day at Faith. Our crowd
was very large, we had lots of visitors and the Spirit was
strong.. The special music in both services was outstanding,
Bro. Jackie preached two good messages and it was just a
very special day.
Our AWANAS group is growiAg fast. We went from
23 children to 33 in one week. The children are fed supper,
then a wonderful group of teachers teach them about Jesus.
They love it. If you have, small children, bring them out to
take part in this program. Invite a friend, neighbor
or co-worker who has children so they can bring their chil-
dren too. It's a wonderful program and it could be the only
chance the little. ones get to learn about Jesus. How God
will bless you for your efforts.
Our new officers will take over the new offices be-
ginning October 1st and there are some wonderful changes
in the making. Come out and see what's going on at Faith.
Invite a friend or relative to come with you and we are sure
you'll enjoy the fellowship. On the 30th of this month
we will be having our 5th Sunday services with dinner in
the fellowship. hall and that night will be our 5th Sunday
sing. If you want to sing, or play an instrument get in
touch with Bro. Kacie and let him know so he can get you on
the list. Invite someone to come with you.
Remember this week to pray for the less fortunate,
the sick and the bereaved. God will bless you for it. See you
next week.


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Sports


The last time I saw this
many big plays was on
Broadway in New York
City, and they were per-
formed over a period of
five years. When it comes
to football games, howev-
er, I have haven't seen ,
many with the number of
game-changing moments
as Florida-Tennessee pro-
duced on Saturday
Urban Meyer's Florida
Gators smacked down
Tennessee Saturday, 59-20,
in their first Southeastern
Conference outing of the
2007 season in what surely
become known as the
"Blowout at the Blueout"
for reasons to be named
later. And America was
introduced to three col-
lege football stars of the
future Tim Tebow, Percy
Harvin and Brandon
James.
Those three produced a
whopping 748 yards and
six touchdowns on some
of the most exciting, cir-
cus-like playmaking in
these parts since the days
of the 01' Ball Coach and
even beyond.
Matter of fact, if some of
the more venerable
Gators fans will forgive
the reference, this was
like the days of Ray
Graves' Super-Sophs") ,


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Sept. 28,2001
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team in 1969 when John
Reaves, Carlos Alvarez
and Tommy Durrance
roamed Florida Field be-
fore it was known as ei-
ther "The Swamp" or Ben
Hill Griffin Stadium, for-
aging the end zones.
Sophomores Tebow,
James and Harvin were
spectacular. The numbers
don't really tell the story
of the drama or the su-
perb execution.
The left-handed sopho-
more quarterback had a
hand, or leg, in much of
the 556 yards of Gator of-
fense, including 299 yards
passing for two scores and
67 yards rushing for two
TDs. His offense averaged
8.6 yards a play
Tebow laid the ball out
beautifully for Riley Coop-
er on a 30-yard connection
for Florida's first offen-
sive touchdown. He leaped
through the air to score
another one from eight'
yards. He made two com-
pletions on underhanded
throws. He made another
while falling down. From
his own end zone, he
lasered a perfect pass into
Harvin's
hands for a 49-yard gain
while is receiver was on a
.dead run. His accuracy


was remarkable.


One more time: Can
Tebow pass? Yes. An
Tin Tebow measure
a ,
starting quarterback
against SEC compete
Yes.
Then there is Percy
Harvin, an athlete w
many gifts that he ai
his coach. '
"I've not had one like
before," Meyer said
playmaker his team
call "electric."
"He is a weapon. I ti
you witness one of tl
best players in collel
football in Percy Har
-Harvin's two plays
the most spectacular
Those two in particu
will go down
in his archive as kee
Get ready to see thi
on Sports Center ove
over and over, if you
haven't already Hary
takes the reverse ha]
from Tebow,
jukes once, cuts once
he slices through two
defenders and, as he
a
complete 360-degree
pirouette, darts into
...,end zone for a 19-yar


It's a Blowout
at the 'Blueout7


SGators Win Game,


Photo By Chuck Elior
Pictured at left is George Anderson, with Steve Lang-
ford on the right. Better luck next time George.


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Tennessee Fan Loses Bet
George Anderson, a teacher at the High
School, was so confident that Ten-
nessee would beat the Gators that he.
made a bet with Steve Langford. The
bet was that the loser would have to
have their picture taken with theoppos-
ing teams colors in front of the Voca-
tional School.
As you know, the Gators won. Here is
a picture of George and Steve.


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S ing ruin.
Could you please play that
back so we can be sure
that we saw it, or was that
Reggie
Bush flying through the
air?
Then there was this pass
that Tebow threw which
,j| appeared it would over
,,, Harvin's head, except that
Y No. 1 turned on the after-
burners and dove as the
football bounced first off
of the Vols' DeAngelo
Willingham and then
Harvin's face mask. While
in mid-air, Harvin kept
Tim his concentration and
Tim came downwith it.,
d can
up as Again, the numbers don't
do it justice. Harvin
touched the ball 13 times,
ition? catchingfour passes for
120 yards, and rushed for
75, including that ballet-
ith, like move for the score.
ithaso
mazes "This offense is fun,"
e him said Harvin. "Just throw
e him it, catch it and run. We
of the have so many playmakers
nates on this team, you never
know when somebody wil
ink break it open."
think
ihe Somebody did break it
ge open on Florida's first
vin." possession as little Bran-
don James, still trying to
were get back into his team-
C. mates' and coaches'
lar good graces after a late-
summer indiscretion that
pers. gothim in trouble with
the law,
s one hauled in Britton
r and Colquitt's punt and raced
83 yards to put Florida
vin ahead, 7-0. For the day,
ndoff James had 102 yards in re
turns and kept his team
Sas in good field position.
o Vol
does "Brandon James dug
himself out and continues
to dig himself out," Mey-
the er said.
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As for the "Blueout." last
t week Meyer asked the
fans to
all wear blue attire and
toe boycott orange for a
week since it's also Ten-
nessee
color.
"This is a great night for
Florida football." said
t Mever.
"It took a look tip there at
al that blue you can't
help yourself sometimes,
you just have to look -
and I'm thinking how
lucky I am to be coaching
here."
Yes, and lucky to be
coaching the likes of
Tebow, Harvin and James,
too.

Quick
Ju Jump

Starts
1. Tim Tebow and Tony
Joiner are roommates.
but Tebow would like for
1 his roomie to
stop kissing him on the
cheek in public places -
like he did on national TV
Saturday or people will
start to talk.
2. You've probably heard
how many batteries it
takes to beat Michigan,
but it's too good not to re-
peat: One double A.
3. Apparently Charley
Weis brought the wrong
kind to Ann Arbor, how-
ever.
4. Don't you think they
should invoke the 10-run
rule for Tiger Woods to-
day at
s East Lake in Atlanta?
5. Say what you will about
Pete Carroll, but the -


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"missing kicker forma-
tion" USC
ran last week against Ida-
ho in honor of the de-
ceased Mario Danelo, who
was
found dead at the base of
a 150-foot cliff earlier this
year. and the 5-yard penal-
ty he
was willing to take on the
play, offered us one of the
most poignant moments
ever in college football.


Short

Stuff
Among those in at-
tendance at Saturday
at "The Swamp" were
former UF quarter-
back Chris Leak and
ex-Viking and Ohio
State receiver
Cris Carter ... It'll
probably get lost in
all the offensive fire-
power by Florida but
theArian Foster fum-
ble picked up by
Dustin Doe who ram-
bled 18 yards for a
touchdown, was a
huge play for the
Gators; who at the
time were leading
only 28-20 ... After
scoring 167 points in
their first three
games, most ever by a
Florida team to open
the season, the
Gators are averaging,
almost a point-a-
minute: 55.6 per game
... Tebow took a victo-
ry lap around Florida
Field after the game,
slapping the
hands of the fans,
saying later that
"The Gator Nation"
has been so support-
ive that"the least you
can do is take one
more lap."

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Thursday September 20, 2007


W ^] HOMECOMING
SCHEDULE
Wlfl flTHURSDA Y SEPT. 27
WY4rqm 6-OOPMBEAR GROWL @
DICHS GYM, f2. OOADMI-
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GAME VS. FORT WHITE


FRIDAY SEPT. 28
12.:45EARL RELEASE
1:30 PARADE LINEUP
3:00 PARADE
600PREGAME
7'30 VARSITYFOOTBALL VS.
JEFFERSON COUNTY


"TAKIN" EAfDO IWNFOR THME
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Homecoming Dress Up Days



Monday-Roll Out of the.,

Jungle Day (Pajamas)

Tuesday-Safari Day

(Camo/Safari)

Wednesday--Lions, Tigers,

and BEARS OH MY Day

(Animals)

Thursday-- Rock out in the

Jungle Day (Blast from the

past/Rockers)

Friday--Spirit Day (Red and

White)


All outfits must meet dress code requirements


incorrect Jersey *Nibt'g5rs Were printed
last week for tie TFihfting 'Bears., We
apologize for any confusion.

Dixie County Fighting

Bears
(Ages 7,8, and 9)

8 Rhett Anderson
52 Dylan Buchanan
46 Alex Cannon
2 Trace Cassidy
28 Kyle Chesser
92 Latike Davis
75 Judson Dey
5 Kade Everett
81 Kelton Forehand
62 JR Hammock.
19 Kevin Harden ,
67 Lonnie Harris
66 Tyson Hatch
80,Landon Karvonen
29 Brad Keen
1 Reed Locke
15 Cameron McFall
4 Jontavious Paige
44 Travis Pleasant
18 Aaron Thomas
39 Jamal Tyson
33 Jamell Tyson
41 Jamorioa Tyson
43 Christopher Valentine
3 Clifford Jackson

Coaches
Head Coach: Clint Anderson
Assistants: Barry Buchanan
Buddy, Locke
Billy Everett


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Photo by Chuck Eltu,,
Judge Koberlein talks to American
Government Classes.

Last Monday, our County Judge Fred Koberlein went to High
School. More specifically Mr. George Anderson invited him
to attend a session of his American Government class and
make a presentation about the judiciary and our constitution.
Time constraints limited Judge Koberlein to attending only
two of Mr. Anderson's three classes. Judge Koberlein briefed
them on the origin of the doctrine of judicial review of leg-
islative acts. "Our discussion was lively. It was easy to tell
that Mr. Anderson has made the study of the Constitution in-
teresting to them." said Judge Koberlein.
Camp Safe Haven
This teen canoeing trip is designed for teens ages 13 to 17
who have experienced the loss of a loved one. The activities
will provide an opportunity for them to be with their peers
and share their experiences. Registration is required as
there are a limited number of spaces available. Lunch and
snacks will be provided.
SWhere:
Poe Springs Park
28800 NW 182nd Ave.
High Springs, FL 32643
When:
Sat., Oct. 13,2007
: 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Contact:
For more information or to register, contact Nina Powell at
352-692-5100 or
800-727-1889. i
CLASS OF 1997 REUNION

Attention class of 1997 we will be having our 10 year class
reunion on Saturday
October 20th, 2007, Please contact the following people for
more information and to
RSVP: Lynn Miller at 352-219-8699 or email lynnmiller@hot-
mail.com, Brandi Hackle at
850-838-1186 or email bhdchs97@yahoo.com, and Nicole
Castro at 813-765-0033 or email
nicole0516@yahoo.com. Please RSVP by October 12 there
will be food and lots of fun.


Old Town Tra iblaizers 4-H Club would like any child
. or youth that would like to sign up with a great group,
and have some fun this year May God bless all the kids
this year, hopefully we can grow together! 4-H leaders Ed
& Lisa Ealum
352-542-0063





NOTICE OF CONTINUATION



i The Finl Budget Hring held on TuesdJy, September 18, 2007

for the Dimie Countv Board of County Commissioners was

recessed and will be continued on Monda\, September 24, -207

at 5:15 p.m., in the New Commission Neeting Room at the Diic

County Couirthouse, 214 N.E. 351 Hwvy, Cross City, Florida.


;ASH BALANCES BROUGHT FORWARD
,RANT CASH BROUGHT FORWARD,
ESTIMATEDD REVENUES:


COUNTY TRANS.
GENERAL TRUST FUND


727,500
137,000


-AXES: MILLAGES
AD VALOREM TAXES 9.0843 5,890,314
AD VALOREM TAXES .3598
AD VALOREM TAXES 2.3386
SALES AND USE TAXES 766,618
FRANCHISE TAXES s0
UTILITY SERVICE TAXES 104.713
LICENSESS AND PERMITS 134,300
INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE 2,063,656
CHARGES S FOR SERVICES 140,450
COURTT RELATED REVENUES 100
9INES AND FORFEITURES
MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES 87.400
THEIR R FINANCING SOURCES 387 )
TOTAL REVENUES AND
OTHER FINANCING SOURCES .0


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Monday
I Bkft: Cereal & Toast
Lunch:Beef Nuggets or Ba1ked Ham, Mac & Cheese, Steamed Cabbage,
Cornbread, Fruit Juice
Tuesday
I Bkft: Creamy Oatmeal
Lunch: Lasagna w Bra.d st Li or Corndog, Tossed Salad w/LF Ranch |
I Dressing, CiLlled Fruit

Wednesday /
Bkft: Grits w/Ham
Lunch: Chicken Filet o-n Bun or Deli Turkey on Bun, Sandwich Trimmings,
Over Fries. Fruit .Tuic. R riaer Cookie
Thursday '
E Bkft Pancakes w/Syrup
Lunch: Sh-percd's Pie w Hut Roll or Burritow/Salsa, Mixed Veggies,
I Chilled Fruit
Friday (Homecoming)
I kft: Sausage Biscuit
Lunch: Pizza or Manager's Choice, Fresh Garden Salad w/L.E Ranch Dress-
Saing or Hot Veggie, Fruit Juice

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Don't Miss School Info This Week:

Thursday: JV Football at Williston 7:00
Volleyball at home against Williston 5:30/7:00'
RRMS Volleyball at Trenton DH 4:00

Friday: Varsity Football at Williston 7:30
ACT Registration Deadline for 10/27 testing

Saturday: Kenny Upshaw Football in Chiefland 9AM-
4:30AM

Tuesday: DCHS Volleyball at PK Yonge 5:30/7:00
RRMS Football vs. Chiefland at DCHS field
7:00pm



Senior Superlatives
Most popular Buddy Philmon and Jamie VanAernam
Best looking Jacob "Moot" Evans and Ashley Allen
Friendliest Nathan Cariton and Krissy Locke
Wittiest Brandon Salkil and Rozie Weeks'
Most likely to succeed Michael Lewis and Trisha Anderson
Most athletic Tyler Music and Jessica Chewning
Best dressed Jimmie Hartsfield and Alexandria Raker
Most dependable Jessica Cannon and Vernon Long
Most school spirit Jared Lamb and Dalana Nipper
Best all around Glendon Osteen and Michelle Cannon
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MSTU DEBT SERVICE
FUNDS FUNDS


607,500


250 000 432,242
6,740


442,337

4,300
7,009,179


234,388
1,523.456


1,953,654
872,430


223,250

33.000


18,900 39,540
232-M 126,71
7.707.64 4,50,16


SPECIAL
REVENUE FUNDS TOTAL
1,182,800 3,200,042
40,000 183,740
0
0
0
0
5,890,314
234.388
1,523,456
1,208,955
50
104,713
138,600
1,591,316 12.841.055
570,500 1,583,380
109,348 109,448
0
2,292,328 2,471,168


rOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES
AND BALANCES

EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES:
GENERAL GOVERNMENTAL SERVICES
PUBLICC SAFETY
PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT
TRANSPORTATION
ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT
HUMAN SERVICES
CULTURE & RECREATION
DEBT SERVICE
COURT RELATED EXPENDITURES
OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES)
TOTAL EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES
RESERVES
TOTAL APPROPRIATED EXPENDITURES
AND RESERVES


9,664,593 7,957,54 s,189,1$ 0 co6,70 7,6,087 31r40,.lw


3,589895 69,000 315,460 3,974,155
2,647,324 4,138,711 3.332,264 10,118,299
111 146 1.870,247 1,981,392
7,895,559 507,406 8.402,964
20,136 1.105,000 1,125,136
538,570 122,100 660.670
876.423 82,494 958,917
863,750 863,750
174,412 192,138 366,550
2,514,888 22,005 122,005 2,658,898
0
9684,293 144 ,1 6 80,0 3 3

9,664 593 7,957,564 5,189,169 863,750 7,680,087 31,355,163


THE TENTATIVE, ADOPTED, AND/OR FINAL BUDGETS ARE ON FILE IN THE ABOVE MENTIONED TAXING AUTHORITY AS A PUBLIC RECORD.


Page 13


BUDGET SUMMARY
DIXIE COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS FISCAL YEAR 200712008
THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OP DIXIE COUNTY ARE 21.7% MORE THAN LAST YEAR'S TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES.


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Dixie County Students Need Your Help

100% return on your money sounds like a scam doesn't it?
Well not according the Dixie Education Foundation, Inc.
The board announced an aggressive campaign to raise
$12,500 by October 15, 2007. Just 30 short days from now. Do-
nations will be 100%, and will utilized to purchase an innov-
ative system designed to reduce remedial studies in grades 3-
10 in all four Dixie County schools. The Foundation is a not-
for-profit corporation (501(c) 3) therefore donations may be
tax deductible.

Dixie School District Director of Curriculum, Garry
Durham has been working with Kaplan, a national company,
to procure this program. The Dixie Education Foundation
has agreed to assist with raising the necessary funds." The
program is designed to address weak areas for our students
and then, just an importantly, give our teachers the tools for
additional instruction in those areas", says Durham.

The entire board of the Dixie Education Foundation, Inc. is
excited about this enormous challenge, and urges individu-
als, companies, groups and families to seriously consider a
donation. "The impact this program can have, over the next
few years, can better prepare our students for success says
Dixie Foundation treasurer, Carol West. However, the only
chance of reaching our goal is to enlist the help of our gener-
ous citizens of Dixie and surrounding areas".

'Please give serious consideration to making donation", says
board member Kay Harden. Further information may be ob-
tained by contacting the Foundation at 498-5572 or Gary
Poore, Kay Harden. Wilmonteen Smith, Kathryn McInnis,
Debbie Brigman, Connie Odom, Doreen Lamb, or Cindy Bel-
lot. .


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ramp! This partialI, furnished
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property has a 12'x38' IBR.IBA
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home on over 3 acres" Would
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home, beautiful wooded tract
with privacy from neighbors! A
must see! $90,000 (DMH-
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tached carport w/ concrete slab, large Shired Island Road. Good Hunting kept 2/2 MH. Screened & enclosed
covered deck, screened patio w/ area & if you like Fishing, the Flats porches, greenhouse, & 24x32 de-
coWalmancrete floor& moRiver Greutes to are some of the best! County Park tached garage, 3 acres! A must
way Trails & the Gulf! $95,000 & Boat Ramp close by. $97,500 see! $115,000 (DMH-756995-
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This home has many possibilities fenced, with horse barn, pad-
as a weekend getaway, invest- dock, new 4" well, 3/2 2005
as a weekend getaway, invest- MH, furnished or unfurnished,
meant property or vacation home! close to "A" rated schools, shop-
$125,000 (DMH-756228-JW) ping, etc. $152,000 (GMH-
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mile to boat ramp on Suwannee
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porch, family room with fireplace,
bonus area with computer desk,
open floor pan. Landscaped, stor-
age building and pool! $169,900
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nee River! Peaceful getaway or retire Centrally located near schools & 3/2 2003 Homes of Merit and a
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ing & boating on the River and in the the Greenway Trail. Call for de- area. 58 acres has an abundance of
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Down Home Days Just Ar
the Corner
Down Home Days is rapid
preaching! Only 100 days un
big event. The 23rd annual
Home Days arts and crafts
val will be held on Novemr
2007. The annual event w
held on the Community C]
of the Nazarene's 10 acres. c
2 miles west of the traffic lii
Trenton on State Road 26,
9a.m. to 3p.m. Application
available now by contacting
Yencho at 463-7282, Bill Mar
463-7439 or Merle Goodricha
1057. Sign up now to reserve
booth.
ufn

Grief support groups for
Free grief support groups i
Tri-counties area. Free. A,
is welcome. Meetings will be
in Cross City and Williston,
Williston Nursing and Rehal
tion- Tuesdays from Oct. 2 tc
13 from 2:30 to 4p.m.
Please contact Anne E. Ste
son, LCSW at (352) 493-233
more information.

23rd Annual Down home
November 3, 2007. The hos
:location for this event
changed,- but little else. Tr
Community Church of
Nazarene is the new host an
location is two miles west of
on highway 26. The idea is
low craft endorses to display:
sell their crafts. There will a
lots of music, games for the
food vendors and a chan
greet your neighbors. This
tri-county event with a gres
tory for our area. On boa
ready:/a pettingzoo, several
artists and a rumor of an
"Stop-by with Santa!" Inter
vendors please call Merle a
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Meals on Wheels in Suiwa
right now, there are no Mea
Wheels community serving
in Su annee, Florida. Still,
are nany seniors in the cot
nity that would benefit frot
service. A survey is being
ducted by Dr. Michael L Lo
Senior Pastor at Sutannee:
lowship to determine who
'how many in the Suwannee
ity may desire to receive thE
vice and how many volun
maybe willing to help offe
program. If you are a senior:
interested in receiving the I
on Wheels program, or woulc
to volunteer in offering the
gram, call 352-512-2656 or
drpastor,. aol coin.

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AMERICAN LEGION I
383- Legionnaires' meeting
.3rd \Wed. at 7pm; .Auxiliary:
wings are 4th wed. at 7pm and
mneetinus are 1st and 3rd Mc
at 7:301pm. (of each month)
Post canteen is open every
10amniopm. For more info
tion call 542-2021

Basic Computer Skills, V
shop- Join us Friday, Septe:
28t1. at 1:00 pm., at the ]
County Public Library f
FREE workshop. This work
is geared for adult beginners
little or no experience who
to: learn basic computer s
SPACE IS LIMITED. YOU '
; SIGN UP AT THE LIBRARY
CALL 352-498-1219.

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Holy'Cross Catholic Chin
Bingo every Tuesday eve
6pm US. 19. Doors open at 6
snacks available. Free co
Rosary every Tuesday at'3
352-498-5617.

Scrap Booking- In Starts w
Story... and ends with a' le
Learn how quick and easy it
preserve your memories in 1
sake albums for generation
come.'Workshops are design
help you organize your ph
learn new techniques, and tc
vide a time and place for y
work on your albums. Septet
Workshops, Tuesday, Septel
18th- Branford W\.man'lis Clu
Mini Paper Album :*2- (incl
kit) or crop $10) Thursday,
tember 20th Ft. White Con
nity Center 5-9, Connect with
or/Crop $10 (incl. Supplies)
day September 28th Gilc
Library in Trenton 10-2:00, I
ductory Workshop/Crop-F
Scrap booking tolls are prove
at all workshops, and no ex
ence is required. For the fre


troductory Scrap booking class,
held at each workshop, please
brine to 5 photos of the same
event or person to take part in the
hands-on activity.


ly ap-, PREGNANT? Need help? Free
til the pregnancy .test & confidential
Down counseling. Office hours: Monday
;festi- & Thursday llam-4pm. Look for'
ber 3, our sign on Hwy. 19, across from
ill be Dixie Co. High School. (352) 498-
hurch 7776.
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is are New Here In Cross City XFFL -
John Extreme Florida Football League
'tin at -18 and up. Sign ups and practice
at 463- will be September 22nd 2007 at
a your 3pm. at Hudson Field, Come
dressed to practice for more in-
formation call Elaine and Mr.
Willie at 498-2691; YOUR NEVER
uing- TOO OLD TO PLAY!
in the
anyone American Legion Post 383 in con-
e held junction with :he American Le-
gion Auxiliary .Unit 383 and the
bilita- Sons of the American Legion
o Nov. Post 383 will host a MIA-POW ob-
servance on Friday, September
phen- 21st at 1:00pr. All veterans are in-
33 for vited to attend and pay their re-
spects to those POW's and MIA's
that are still unaccounted for in
Days Asia and the Middle East. You
st and need not be a member to attend
has this observance. Social hour to
enton follow. The Post is located at 397
the NE 82nd Ave, Old Town. Phone
t we 542-2021- For God and Country -
town M. Stacey & L. Welkie
to al-
soe Forest Park Hill Community
kids, Center Has a Bin o every Mol-
ceto da, Evening. Doors open at 4:30
is a pm, games start at 6:30pm. Funds
t his- are to support the center and
td al- charities.
rd al-
craft The Florida Hereford Associa-
estedarly tion, Inc is hosting the first annu-
t 352- al Open Hereford Show on Frida. :
September 28. and Saturday. Sep.
terdiber.29 at thq Suwannee Live-
nnee stock Pavilion in Fanning
ao Springs. FL for information
Ssiton about the First Annual Open
there Hereford Show. contact Ray
mmu- Hodges at 352-542-71,5 eveningss,
n the or Nicole Spencer at 352.542-8939.
con-
)wen-.
SFel-
and -.lE
vicin- Cross City Devils Is Having
e ser- a Huge Yard Sale at Hudson
iteers Park from 9:00am till every-
r the thing is gone. Come and sup-
leals port otu boys.:
like 39
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?OST 2000-- wo_ -16x72.
s are 3br/2ba. Comes with porch,
meet- skirting, power pole, and AC.
SAL Great condition $17,500.00
)nday obo. 352-356 0272.
The : 39
day
lrma- R t

York- TIMBERS APARTMENTS-I.
mber 2 & 3 BDR HC & non HC Ac-
Dixie cessible apts. Rental assis-
or a tance may be available. 231
:shop
with NE 97th Street, Cross City, FL
want call 3k2-498-3175, TFDD/TTY
kills. 711. Equal-Housing-Opportu-
lUST nity
Y,OR -ufn

COURT HOUSE SQUARE,
: CROSS CITY-Professional
ch Office % of Building Avail-
*ning able. Faces Courthouse Park-
6pm.- ing Lot. Great Location.. .His-
)ffee. toric Brick Building-
3:pm. Tile/Hardwood Floors. Sepa-
rate Entryway divided into re-
'ith a ception area & 2 large offices.
gacy. $500/month including utili-
is to ties 352-328-1405 UFN
keep-
ns to Retail Office' or Sales over
ed to 1,000 Sq ft. Prime Location,
rotos, Cross City $ 608.00/month. 1st
p o last and Deposit. 352-486-2154
mber or 352-317-8750.
mber
b 5-9. Furnished 1 and 2 bedroom
. $15 Condos for Rent. $750.00-
Sep- $850.00. Included in price -
mu- water, cable, internet, hot tub.
Col- Steinhatchee/Florida 352-
Fri- 498-7740.
hrist 39,40,41,42
ntro-
REE MH for Rent (1) D/W (1)
tided S/W (1) 3bd/2ba on 2 acres
peri- C/H and air (1) 3bd/lba on 2
acres C/H air on 2 Acres. Be-


tween Cross City and Old
-Town. 542-3377 542-2355- 578-
4461 39,40

House for Rent- 3br/2ba, big
utility room. $600.00. 2walk-in
closet garage. 498-3795
39

Free Rent A new store lo-
cated in HS Beach with the
first ,2 months free. Would
make a great beauty shop,
outboard motor repairs ect
ect. Act now this'is the last
store available in the plaza.
Call 352-498-5986
39,40,41,42

Ice Cream Shop For rent.
Fully equipped and operating.
Located in HS Beach. Can be
operated full or part. time.
Call 498-5986.
39,40,41,51,


U -


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

BOBCAT SERVICE Palmet-
to removal, site prep, fence
lines cleared, back yard ponds
dug, heavy bush hogging,
FREE estimates, cell 352-665-
8609.
ufn

HANDYMAN SERVICES, -
carpentry, mental roofs, addi-
tions, proches, remodeling.
decks. FREE ESTIMATES.
Call 352-949-2292 o 352-463-.
6439. *
Utif

PAINTING PRESSURE
WASHING Pool and patio
deck buildLng. and home im-
provement. Dependable fully'
insured. Call Shamrock ser-
vices 352-463-1212
LUfn

DIXIE MONUMENTS serv-
ing North Central FLA for 16
years. Open Tuesday-Friday
8-4. Saturday8-12 or call for
appointment anytime. Locat-
ed on 512 Ave (behind Mc-
Crabb Church) 7 miles North
of Old Town on HWY 349. 542-
3432 or toll free 1-877-542-3232.

Ufn

BUSH HOG-HEAVY BUSH
HOG fence lines, site prep,
complete tractor and bobcat
service. Cell 352-542-4310 Free
Estimates.
Ufn

BUILDING CONTRACTOR-
.CBC01714- Custom Homes,
built on your lot. Precision
Development PO Box 249,
26761 SE Hwy 19, Old Town,
352-542-8416.
Ufn

WE SELL FILL DIRT!- Call Ki-
mar Construction at 352-226-
3294. We deliver!
Ufn

DUNN RITE Painting-Pres-
sure washing, great work,
great prices- no job to big or
small-Free estimates-Lic. &
Ins. Call 352-210-0122
Ufn

MARTIAL ARTS- Self, De-
fense Classes Kids/Adults.
Gain confidence. Respect. Fit-
ness. $35.00 Registration fee,
then only $5.00/class. Free
uniform. Larry Taylor's
Karate Training Center, Cross
City. 498-0048
Ufn

Asthma/Allergies? Do you
suffer from second-hand
smoke, dust, odors, mold,
mildew, etc? FREE 3-5 DAY
HOME EVALUATION of
state-of-the-art home air pu-
rification system. No fil-
ters/one unit covers entire
house. No cost or obligation.
No security deposit required
in Tri-County Call: 1-800-959-


0172
www.freshairliving.com/jimh
urst (passcode "guest") ufn

HARRIS STUMP GRINDING
- 498-5982- or 210-0534. Call
Miles or Rick Licensed- In-
sured. Ufn

Waterfront Vacation Rentals
in Town of Suwannee di here
the Suwannee River meets the
Gulf of Mexico. Nightly or
Weekly, Condos, Homes, Cab-
ins & RV lots. Vision Realty
Tri-County Inc. www.visonre-
altvtricountv.com to view or
make' reservations call 352-
542-7729 or 352-542-2338 Ufn

STAGE COACHING CLASS-
ES Learn how to decorate
yours home or office like the
professionals. A one hour
class is usually all you need to
get you started. For more info
call Ruth Ann Lovelace. Home
Staging & Decorating 352-
498-9944. Cross City, FL 32628.

35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42

HOMESTAGING & DECO-
RATING Homes, Offices,
Restaurants, & Condos. Call
Ruth Ann Lovelace 352-498-
9944 or 352-226-7149, email
lovelacera,',yahoo.comn.
ufn

Pregnant and need help? At
the Crisis Pregnancy Center
we offer assistance free.' Ser-
vices are provided without.
discrimination. Call (352) 498-
7776, Monday & Thursday,
llam-4pm. Look for our sign
on Hwy. 19, across from Dixie
County High School.


!!GOOD WATER!!
*From your well.
water pump*
$775.00
NEW Technology
cuts costs,
Removes IRON. SULFUR,
Reduces HARDNESS, etc.

NO SALT
NO BACKWASH,
CALL: Iron-Free Well,
water co. Inc.
(Locally Owned. Changing
bad Water to Good Water
for 6 years in this and
surrounding counties)

Other systems available to
handle Tannin, Man-
ganese and extremely
high iron.

352-542-7552- or
800-437-1,128
DO IT NOW!!

)SHOWERS OF BLESSINGS!
CUSTOM WATER TREAT
WENT
We custom build our systems
:o meet your need. We have
Reverse Osmosis to give you'
-lean healthy drinking water
We have GE water treatment
systems for the whole house
GE financing available with
ro money down and low, lo:%
payments. Why rent -.when
you can own your won? Cal
:oday for your free water
analysis. For all of your water
Problems. Call your GE Plat-
mum Dealer today. David B
Downing (352) 356-0474 or
:352) 498-2449. We service
what we sell! A member of the
Florida Quality Water Associ
ation.
Ufn

House Cleaning Services I
will.clean your house if need-
ed call 352-498-7111 or 356-7611
and I will baby-sit in my
home.
39


iu lluu rups- b weeKs. iall
542-3326 -578-0030
39


M9.0-,- =-, -
Beef for Freezer
$1.25.00/lb. Live weight plus
slaughter, cut and wrap. -
Grain fed, no-hormones.. %,
/2 or whole. Evergreen Farm.
352-542-7135 or 352-498-7067.
Ufn

1981 35-foot Avion Travel
Trailer. Excellent condition.
'New stove. New hot water /
heater. New tires and wheels.
Locatedin Steinhatchee,
Florida. Photos available
upon request. $5,200. 423-243-
4252
37,38, 39,, 40

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

Van 1997 White Ply-
mouth Grand Voyager-
Auto V6-7 Passenger- $154,000
miles $3,000.00. 498-0322.
39,40

2004 Nissan Ultima for
Sale 38,000 miles, excellent
condition, runs good, power
window and lock. CD player -
$15.500.00 Negotiable
.39

Free Clothing all sizes and
styles from infants to adults -
First come first serve Con-
tact Denise at 352-356-3352.
39


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



HOUSEKEEPER needed,
honest, dependable, reli-
able, apply in person at
228 NE Hwy 51, Stein-
hatchee Landing Resort -
352-498-3513


Ufn
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 Uffn

CDI Head Start serving Levy.
Dixie., & Gilchrist Counties-


has the following immediate
openings. No phone calls- j.
plications may be picked up
at Head Start, 9051 NE Hwy
27 Alt. In Bronson or at 420
NE 106 St in Cross City (Oliv-
er Center). CDI is an Equal
Opportunity Employer.
Bus Driver/Cook Asst, re-
sponsible for transporting
children and maintaining the
school bus. Must have a CDL
with a School Bus Passenger
& S Endorsement, good dri-
ving record a must, Cross
City bus route. Assists cook
with food preparation, serv-
ing 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.


The Town of Horseshoe
Beach is seeking an ambi-
tious, detail-oriented clerical
assistant with typing, filing,
phone and some computer
skills. Must be able to work a
flexible 15 to 20 hour work-
week and be subject to be
called when needed. Will be.
willing to train a long-term
employee with an hourly rate
of $8.00 to $10.00 per hour. Re-
sumes will be accepted at


Horseshoe Beach City Hall
with the closing date being
September 26,. 207. For fur-
ther information contact Bev-
erly Millet; City Clerk at (352)
498-5234. 38,39,40

Advertising, Reps Dixie
County Advocate Local paper'
With large ad base. Seeking to
expand Competitive salary
plus excellent commission
fax resume 498-0420 or
email-editor&dcadvocate.net

Business Opportunity- I'm
looking for someone who
knows how, to bake, NY Style
Almond Macaroons. Call
Johnny (352) 542-9374. Make
money big time if you can
bake these for me.
39,40


D)U1V1E'I'C VIUOLEINCEIE &
SEXUAL ASSAULT SER-
VICES: Individual counsel-
ing and support groups for
women and offered through
Another Way, Inc Services are
confidential and free. Con-
tact any of our Outreach of-
Fices 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
education, and -professional
training for law enforcement,
health care and educational
personnel. Ufn

AA MEETINGS-Wednesday
night, 8:00 pm at eh fellowship
Baptist church, in Steinhatch-
ee. Florida.
Ufn
AA MEETINGS-Monday
nights, 8:00 pm, Cross City
Church of Christ, McArthur
Street, across form Gooding
Funeral Home. Call 1-800-613-
0164 ufn

Problems with drug or al-
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
jt. Don't wait.

F .inancia -l R


MORTGAGES-Purchase, Re.
finance, Cash Out, Lower
Monthly Payments, Less
Than Perfect. Credit, Manu-
factured Homes, Construc-
tion Loans, Hard Equity, Self
Employed/No Income Verifi-
cation, Reverse Mortgages,
Land, Commercial Property
Kymco Mortgage
Phone 1-877-346-0100



LosT PTppy Rottweiler- year
old in October Name is Bear
- Last seen on Chavous.
Brown and Black. Reward-
$100.00. 352-210-3595.
38,39

GREAT DANE WAS FOUND
(THIN BUT ALIVE). THANKS
TO ALL WHO SHOWED CON-
CERN AND LET US POST
MISSING POSTERS! 39

Lost Dog- 1 year old male
Black and Tan Dashund Red
Collar Black Leash 55-A -
Kate Green Rd "Hunter" Re-
ward $100.00. 542-9723 528-
2316 39



Petitioner George W Weber of F
St. Petersburg, Florida is at-
tempting to contact Richard
Carpenter, the previous own-
er of a single wide Mobile
Home to secure copy of title.
Please come forward as soon
as possible. (727) 214-8730
37,38,39,40


Services


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The Dixie County Advocate


Thursday September 20, 2007


www. dcadvocate. net


School Sports


Hornets Sting Bears
by John Kelley ,
The Lafayette Hornets put the
sting on Dixie County Bears 28 -7
last Friday night in Mayo. The
Bears, coming into the Friday
night game after a loss last week
to Newberry, were looking to post














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a win over the favored Hornets,
but their hopes were dashed as
the Hornets manhandled the Dix-
ie offense for most of the night.

The Bears started the night with
an interception by Nehemiah
Aiken. This set the Bears offense
up for a
Kameron
Keene Rod-
ney Scott com-'
bo ending with
Scott stretch-
ing out to
make the
touchdown.
The Bears
added the ex-
t point mak- -.. an .
&it 7-pflte:.,, :
five minuets of play. The Hornets
fought the Bears into the second
quarter when they posted 7
points, tying the game. Both
teams continued to receive penal-
ties almost every series with
Bears ultimately holding the ma-
jority of 10 for 77 yards compared
to the Hornets 3 for 25 yards. Dix-
ie held the Hornets until just be-
fore the half when the Hornets
scored again and took the lead 14-
7. On the last Dixie possession of
the half, the Bears started
to rall., when in a brilliant
fourth down punt play, Ja-
cob Evans carried the ball
on a fake for a DC first


to Markell Harris who car-
ried it to the Hornet 9 yard
line. The streak was bro-
ken on the next play when
the Hornets intercepted a Ite
pass and held the ball until
the half.


JV Bears Lose to Newberry

Panthers in

Quadruple

Overtime
Story & Photos By
Chuck Elton,
It was a long, hot, muggy
night for the DCHS JV
Football team. The rain
let-up 20 minutes before
game time and the fans
filled the bleachers.

The Bears and Panthers moved the ball up and down the field, but
neither team could get in the end zone. The game was delayed twice
in the fourth quarter when the stadium lights when out.
In -tho first of fnur nvertimei


Second half action saw the Bears
struggling with their offensive
plays while the defense continued
to harass the Hornets. Lafayette
scored on their second possession
making the score 21-7. The Bears
next possession was their longest
lasting 12 plays end-
.ing the third quar-
ter. Lafayette scored
once more in the
S. ending minuets of
the fourth quarter
to cap the game 28-
7.

-' Keene passed 18
/ times, with 8 com-
pleted, for 74 yards
with his main re-
ceivers being Har-
ris and Earl Aiken.
The "go-to-ground"
man was Rodney
Scott, who carried the ball for 100
yards (hard fought). Defensively,
the Bears' Conlin, and Jacob
Evans seemed to be in on every
tackle.

Coach.Wilkerson addressed the
team after the game with these
commits, "They just manhandled
us up front
SI all the way




y Uplayers down
on the line of
scrimmage
sf v playing the
i-'^s';-a techniques
Sah ahthem to play.We"
gonna out come and get some peo-
ple to step up and play better." In
response to next week's game
against Williston the Coach said,
" We are going to play better tech-
niques...and get out there and get
after it". The Bears face off next
week with a tough Blue Devil
team looking to avenge last years'
loss. The game will be played in
Williston, kick off at 7:30. Come
out and cheer on our boys. GO
BEARS!


w~r

4


." :..- .


JV Cheerleaders: Back row left to right: Kandice Driggers, Brittany Coody, Samantha Fowler, Katie Naughton, Tammie
Osteen, Robin Mingo, Micah Johnson, and Coach Melody Rollison. Front row left to right: Co-Captain Kayleen Byrd, Cap-
tain Megan Hunt, and Co-Captain Dylaina Ducksworth. (Photo by Megan Hunt)

Volleyball
At Tuesday, September llth's, game the lady Bears' JV team put up a
great fight, but lost to Newberry in three games. On the other hand,;
the Varsity team won in three games against the Lady Panthers!!!
Congratulations ladies!



- .reption
rception!


Game Stats


Dixie


1 st Downs
Bushes-Yard
Comp-Au-Yds


6 ,
25-144
8-18-74


Fumbles-Lost 1-0
IN T ,' 1 + 1.
Penalties 10-77
Field Goals 0-0
Extra Points 1-1
2pt Conversions 0-0
1st, Quarter none
2nd Quarter none
(kick failed)
Newberry-A. Ivey 7yd TD RUN
Newberry-A. Ivey 2pt. CONVERSION
3rdQuarter none
,.kick good)
41ih Quarter none
Final
Leading Rushers Rudrnjy Scott 18 for 1,00


Lafayette

15
45-304
4-15-23
1-0
3-25
0-0
4-4
0-0
Newberry-A. Ivey 16yd TD RUN


Newberry-A. Ivey 10yd RUN

28
Eric McEntyre 35 for 225


Thankyou



Big John Driggers

and Little John Driggers for

your continued support of the

DCHS Athletic program and for

feeding the team before last

Thursday's game,



From Coaches & Players of JV

Football


Game-Siths-Courtesy of led Boorum


The RRMSfootballteam would like to thank thefol-
lowing parents & grandparentsfor feeding them last
week:


James & Laura Colson

Cricket & Jodi Spurlin

Jimmy & Angie Thomas

Edward & Le imberly


A special thanks to MrLamr and Mr. PJ Hope
for grilling the hamburgers & hot dogs before our home
opener against Ft, White, Also, we appreciate the deli-
cious cookies made by Mrs. Heidi Paradise.,


RRMS Coaching staff, football team & water girls


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I


three overtimes.

The Bears received the ball
first in the fourth overtime.
The Bears were failed to get
into the end zone for a score
and the Panthers took their
turn from the 10 yard line.
The Panthers squeaked out
a score and took the final
victory 12 6 over the Bears.

V l ^ i.


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Thursday September 20, 2007


www. dcadvocate.net


Outdoor ,Expo



Approximately 5,O people



attend local festivities lIl


Continued fnom Fr,.iu PaPe. .
would then attempt to throw
a toilet seat over a horseshoe
stake, hurtle a fence. grab a
dead dear and throw it back
across the fence. Upon com-
pleting theses feats of back-
woods might. competitors
must then test their redneck
fortitude by chugging an RC
'Cola, and stuffing their faces
with a moon pie. Kicking an
egg across the finish line fi.
nally completes the race.
Where did the egg come in?
The athletes had to carry it
through the race. themselves.
Breaking the egg resulted in
a 30 second penalty to a con-
Stestant's time.


"The Redneck Olympics
were way harder than I
thought." Mr. Roberts says.
He found throwing the toilet
seat over the stake very chal-
lenging.
Preparing vittles for the
masses were the folks from
Rock Sink Baptist Church.
As they had planned for
2.000 people, and around
4.000 showed up, the cooks
had to send people to round
iup more food.
The Expo was a huge suc.
cess, everyone who attended
(which was practically
everyone in the county) had
a great time. I'm sure we are
all looking forward to next
year.


As the Board of Health voiced some concern about the use
of actual dead deer, these life-like simulated deer
were used in their stead


I ne Hedneck Ulympians line up tor
the first part of the contest, casting,


And then it's on to the fence hurtle,
just look at that form


Here we have a photograph of a
ringer in the toilet seat toss.


Two contestants neck and neck
-in the dead dear throwing area.
Imy.~ rm m .AnurIm cal


After making great time in the previous areas, this
contestant appearsto be having issues with his soda.
n


No test of Redneck mettle would be complete
without the egg kickathorf,


Unlike some folks, who discarded their half
chewed Moon Pies after the competition, Scott
Pendarvis isn't one to let good food go to waste.


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Thursday September 20, 2007


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Lerals


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


Farr.control
Operating epenses
General Insurance
Maintenance and repair*
Total operating ampelmes
Capita outlay
Total fire control
Total puble safety
Transportation '
Road and sat acltlhe
Personal serviC-Os
Salaries .
Rellremont and medicare
Operating expenses;
Btreef lighting
Repairs and maintenance
General Insuranc .
Capital outlay -
Doet cervicb
Total transportabor.
Economic environment
Cotmrnruniy RedeeloDmentL Agency Transfer
to CRA Trusi unds
PhyaS al en .ro -rent .
: MOasulto control
Operating ..penees-
Spraying fees
Chemicals and .upplios .
Spray meter maintenance
Capital ouUay 9. orange building
Total phyulc. l e.-,ironment
Recreabo L
Operating eNpenn s
Utilities Il a ry
Sa* uppliei playground
eell pBrk I '-
July 4th supper .
Chrirrnar. lights
Other evpBnears
Total approDoations
" Rosrv lor conlngenclBr.ending cacnt
'Restricted rePereA., ending
TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS AND RESERVES


$ 8,000
5,000
11,000
8.,000
19.000




7,33600

12.000
5,000
23.000
18.000
7.800
5.8ar36


120.832


500
500
1.500
26.S000
26.500


2,000.
1,000
3,.000
2.000
2 500
14,100
386. 376
41.524
6.000
- sB.90D


ORDINANCE NO. 2007-01

-An ordinance establishing the budget and appropriations for the Town of Horseshoe
Baach, Florida, for the fiscal year 2007.200B and setting the tax rate at 3,00 mita.
1C iT ORDAINED by the Town Council of the Town of Horseshoe Beach, Florida; at

* SECTION 1. 'That the following sums of money, or as much thereof as may be authorized by law,
as may be needed or deemed necessary to defray all expenses and liabiltles of the Town, be anm
S' the same are hereby budgeted and appropriated for Corporate purposes and objects of Baid
, ., Town nherein afor specified for one fiscal year commencing October 1, 2007 and ending
Seplerrber 30. o0s .
TOWN OF HORSESHOE BEACH
OCTOBER 1, 2007 SEPTEMBER 30,2008


GENERAL FUND
REVENUES
Ad valorem taxes
S (Cutrrer, ad .iaqroi,. t oaes i n .irr.
tlect'.4r.iy
... L IK ltinw l r 'r
'- Propane ,, '
S Local option ge tax
STotalae- :.
License o and parmlta
"Lozaioca rcuca i licenses
rw, ns a whar f C.rur iiCB nacl .

rn .erqo.airn,T.,r.rlll ,er--e u
S StatesBled ravda c
-canor. .Srement
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Inietesl earning
Total revenues
Ebti.ated begirnerg round balance

APPROPRIA rONS
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C eao outlay
Total eapendirtures


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23.805


8,i000


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SECTION 2 "SeveraOliity If any section, suDnerbon claseo, paragraph, sentence. phrase of
S' portion of this Ordinance is for an, reason held invalid. unlawful or uncontitutibonal Dy an court
ol competent junrdiction. Buch peortin *hall be o nemed a separate dmltrict and indepen ient
Lpr nrion and such holding Shaei not offecL th validity of the remaining portion Usereof

S.SECTION 3. All Ordnances or part of any Ordlnance in conflict herewitn be arnd the same are
.,' orob repealed .nlh the effectli.e date of this Ordinance
S SECTION 4 For Lhe fiscal year October 1. 2007 through September 30. 2008. there srall be
ageeseed. isoed and coilectr upon all non-exempt real property within the .nmunicipal
S bounderima of Horeshoae Beach. Floidrs. an so aorern ta o. 3 00 milii per dollar an sold noo-
eempt rea anE pOraOtoal uraESert
THEREFORE. RE IT RESOLVED b, ine Toan Counerl of Ine Town of Horseshoe Beacn.
Florida


PASSED cn the flirst rea.nig i. lul, th-s iday of __ 2007

PASSED on the secon01 reae.ng b tTle o0./ or. this day oi _2007.

FINALLY adoplid on Ine third and final reading after public heanrg on this day of
____________ 2001
TOWN OF HORSESHrOE BEACH. FLORIDA

Mayor
S Cunci Member

Council Member
S,- Council Member

Council Mnmbsr


ATTEST

Town Clerk


Estimated beginning fund balances:
Unrestricted
*Restricted
Total estimated fund balances
TOTAL REVENUES AND BALANCES
GENERAL FUND APPROPRIATIONS
General governmental services
Town Council:
Salaries
Retirement and medicare
Total legislative :
Financial and Adminlstr.tlyg
Personal services:
Executive salaries-Town Clerk
Part-time salaries
Retirement and medicare
Total personal ,einides
Operating expenles:-.
Auditing and accounting
Office supplies
Other expenses
Capital outlay
Totaloperating eNpenses end ca iIal OuUay
Tota l rinncar end aominrstaLve
Legaicounae
Leg 3. fees retainer
S O h nrepenses
,, Tota l legal counsel
Other nenerIl o..iernment
Oper"alg eipenses
S s* les a nc

Communications ,
Repairs and maintenance .
/ .Other expenses
Ciear.ing
Total .the, ger.Bt.l government
S'' Tota< general go'.ernmerh.rLa service

Public safety
o- Bmido8 ocal-
,' Personal services: .
Salaries '
SR .eremen an meaceare
Contrac.tuaser ecos
C apnir OuBf Computr
Total protEcrte inspecttons



WATER FUND
REVENUES
OPERATING REVENUES
Physical environment
Water utility revenue
Water Sales regular
Water sales surcharge
Service charges
Interest
Total operating revenues
OPERATING EXPENSE
Water utility services
Personal services
Office salaries
Maintenance salaries
Part-aime salary
Retirement and medicare
Workers compensation
Total personal services
APPROPRIATIONS
Operating expenses
Contractual seruvceS plant
Professional services
Aicounting andauditing
CommunicationB services
Utility iervi.es "
Insurance
Repairs and maintenance
Chemicals
Office supplies
Travoa
Samples
Other expenses
Total operating expenses


Capital outlay.
Meters and equipment
Debt service
Capital City loan principal
Capital City loan interest
Capital City loan land


Total operating expenses
Excess or revenues over expenditures
Estimaled beginning cash operating
ESTIMATED RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCY


THE HUNTING 411


Hickory Mound Unit



Archery: 9/22 to 10/21
General Gun: 11/10-18, 19-25 and Nov 26
through Jan 6
Small Game: 1/7-3/2
Trapping: 1/7-3/1
Spring Turkey: 3/15-4/20
Migratory Birds: During established sea-
sons
Fishing and Frogging: Year Round





Steinhatchee Springs



Archery: 9/22-10/21

Muzzleloading Gun: 10/26-28 .
General Gun: 11/10-18 and 11/19-12/2
Small Game: 1/19-2/17'
Trapping: Prohibited
Spring Turkey: 3/15-18, 19-23 and 3/24-4/6
lMigratory Birds: Established seasons
Fishing and Frogging: Year Round






General Central

Hunting Zone Seasonis


Archery: 9/22-10/21

Deer Dog Training: 10/6-25
Crossbow: 10/22-26
Muzzleloading Gun: 10/27-11/4
General Gun: 11/10-1/20
Antlerless Deer: 11/17-23

Fall Turkey: 11/10-1/6
Quail and Grey Squirrel: 11/10-3/2
Bobcat and Otter: 12/1-3/1
Spring Turkey: 3/15-4/20


JenaUnit




General Gun: 11/10-1/6 /
Small Game: 1/7-3/2
Trapping: 1/7-3/1
Spring Turkey: 3/15-4/20

Migratory Birds: During established sea-
sons
Fishing and Frogging: Year Round







Spring" Creek Unit



rchery: 9/22-10/21
uzzleloading Gun: 10/26-28
General Gun: 11/10-18 and 11/19-1/6
Small Game: 1/7-3/2
rapping: 1/7-3/1
Small Turkey: 3/15-4/20
Migratory Birds: During established sea-
sons ,
Fishing and Frogging: Year Round




Bag Limits (Non WMA)


Turkey (fall): Daily 1, Season 2, Possession 2
Turkey (spring): Daily 1, Season 2,Posses-
sion 2
Quail: Daily 12, Season No limit, poss. 24
Gray Squirrel: Daily 12, Season No limit,
poss.24
Rabbit: Daily 12, Season no limit, poss. 24


Wild Hog, raccoon, bobcat, otter, opossum,
coyote, nutria, skunk and beaver: No limits


Mallory Swamp



Archery: 9/22-10/21
Muzzleloading Gun: 10/27-11/4
General Gun: 11/10-18 and 11/19-1/6
Small Game: 1/7-2/3
Trapping: 1/7-3/1
Spring Turkey: 3/15-30
Migratory Birds: During established sea-
sons
Fishing and Frogging: Year Round





Tide Swamp Unit



Archery: 9/22-10/21
Muzzleloading Gun: 10/26-28
General Gun: 11/10-1/6
Small Game: 1/-3/2 :

Trapping: 1/7-3/1
Spring Turkey: 3/15-4/20
Migratory Birds: During established sea-
sons
Fishing and Frogging: Year Round,




Daly Bag Limits for Deer:


Two antlered deer during crossbow, muzzle-
loading gun and general gun season.


One antlered deer and one antlerless, or 2
antlered, during antlerless season


Two antlered deer, or two antlerless, or one
antlered and one antlerless, during archery
season


Regardless of the season, sex of deer or
number of antlerless deer permits, harvest-
ing more than 2 deer a da is prohibited. The
possession limit is four deer.


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Legals


Plaindtiff,


CASE NO. 2007-CA-0064


CHARLES PARSON akha CHARLES
LEE PARSON and RACHEL
PARSON, a/k/a RACHEL A. MARTIN
PARSON, their unknown spouses. heirs, desise
rantees, creditors, and all
other Parties claiming by through, or
agaimt them, JOHN DOE, JANE DOE
AND ANY KNOWN OR UNKNOWN TENANTS.
Defendan a


NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: CHARLES LEE PARSON RACHEL PARSON
506 NE 453" AVENUE a/k/a RACHEL A. MARTIN PARSON
OLD TOWN, FLORIDA 32680 506i NE 453m AVENUE
OLD TOWN, FLORIDA 326S0

VOll ARE NOTIFIED dial Complaint to Foreclose as no the following described lands
o Drxie County. Florida:
Those lads as described in Ealibit "A" attached hereto and made
a part hereof by reference.
TAX PARCEL ID# 11 t a O% 0f&'. 0 14oQ 0 .S& (00.02_0q
A lawsuit has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy or your written
defenses, ifany. on RON.u.D W. SIEVENS, Plaintifrs attorney, whose adderas is Post Office
Bos 1444., Broson, FL 32621, on ar bforef u O 0 200', and fle the original with ibe
Clerk of this Court either before ser-ice on Plaiutiffs attorney or immediately thereafter:


b4herwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaini
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this Court on 2007.

.'"" : Clerk of Court

S Depuy Clerk -


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It I B16d, 9. Lisa Pink fhbdlbnkkamamston dplstu mm'di s Inst bLau66E Pops7533ad
Fial I 11309 40 WN V101


NOTICE



The Early Learning Coalition of the Nature
Coast Administrative Committee, repre-
senting Citrus, Dixie, Gilchrist Levy and
Suter Counties, is scheduled to meet on
Wednesday, September 26, 2007 at 9:00
a.m. at the Early Learning Coalition of the
Nature Coast main office, 1564 N. Mead-
owcrest Blvd, Crystal River, FL 34429.
Please contact Coalition staff at 352-563-
9939 if you have any questions. Public
participation is welcome.


Advertisement for SHIP

Contractors


Attention Licensed Contractors

The Dixie County State Housing Program (SHIP)
is accepting applications for those, interested in
future bidding for construction of SHIP qualified
residences in Dixie County who will qualify for
Emergency Repairs, Housing Rehabilitation, or
New Construction. If interested please provide
the following: (This includes former SHIP con-
tractors as well.)
Copy of Active License
Copy of Liability Insurance
Copy of Worker's Compensation or Exemption
Cover letter listing Company Name, Address,.
Contact Information and years experience

Send to or leave at the board office in an enve-
lope made out to:
Board of County Commissioners
SHIP.Program
RO. Box 2600
Cross City, FI. 32628
Attention: Harris Administrative Services, Inc.
If you need further information, please contact
Rita Harris at (352) 498-5982.

Deadline: September 21, 2007

IN T]E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTH JlJDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DIXE COUNT., FLORIDA.
FLORIDA 12 INC.,
a Florida Corporation,


AGENDA
Regular Meeting- Dixie
County Courthouse
Commission Meeting Room
September 20, 2007 6:00 PM

The Dixie County.
Board of County
Commissioners of
Dixie County, Flori-
da, will meet on
Thursday, September
20, 2007, 6:00 PM in a
regular meeting in
the County Commis-
sioners Meeting
Room, in the Dixie
County Courthouse,
Cross City, Florida.

1. Call to Order,

2.Invocation and Pledge to
the American Flag

3.Approval of Commission
Minutes


PUBLIC HEARING: THE PUBLIC HEARING NIAY BE CONTINUED TO ONE OR MORE FU-
TURE DATES. ANY INTERESTED PATY IS ADVISED THAT THE DATE, TIME, AND
PLACE OF ANY CONTINUATION OF THE PUBLIC HEARING SHALL BE ANNOUNCED
DURING THE PUBLIC HEARING AND THAT NO FURTHER NOTICE CONCERNING THE
MATTERS WILL BE PUBLISHED.

A) 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 corner of the house as provided by
the site plan dated August 20, 2007 which is within a Residential Single Family Mobile Home-.
I (RSF/MH-1) District.

B) A petition by Thomas E> Leverette to request a variance be granted to reduce the
side setbacks from 10 feet to 4.6 feet on the Southwest corner of the house as provided by the
site plan dated August 20, 2007 which is within a Residential Single Family Mobil eHome-2
(RSF/MH-2) District.

C) LDR 07-3 An application by Trey Howard, as agent for Steinhatchee River De-,
velopment Company, LLC, to amend the Official Zoning Atlas of the Land Development Regu-
lations, by changing the zoning district from Residential (Mixed) Single Family/ Mobile
Home-1 (RSF/MH-1) to Residential (Mixed) Single Family/ Mobile Home-2 (RSF/MH-2).

4. Jamie NesSmith
RE: 4H Proclamation

5. Carol West
RE: Payroll Deductions for the Education Foundation


6. Kay McCallister :
RE: Tourism and Parks update

7. Tony Johns, Suwannee Water and Sewer District Manager

8. Bailhv. [ilhjp, & Lane

9. Bettie Gail Osteen, Indigent Healthcare Agent

10. Joe Ruth, Solid Waste Coordinator


11. Jerry Prater, \eter-
ans Service Officer

12. .Rita Harris, Harris
Consult ing. Inc.

13. Steinhatchee Water

14. Jack Spivey. Build-
ing anid Zoning

16. John Jenkins. Zon-
ing Official

16. Howard Reed, Coun-
ty Road Superintendent

17. Tim Alexander,
Emergency Services Direc-
tor

18. Cindy Bellot. Librar-
ian

19. Arthur Bellot, Coun-
ty Coordinator

20. Leenette McMillan,,
County Attorney

21. Dana Johnson,
Clerk of Court


22.
Items


County Commission


23. Vouchers Approved

24. Adjourn


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

Case No. 07-90-CP
In Re: The Estate of:
CLYDE MERLIN TRIPLETT,
Deceased.


NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the estate of CLYDE MERLIN TRIPLETT,
deceased, whose date of death was June 3, 2007; File Number',
07-90-CP is pending in the Circuit Court for Dixie County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of which is Post Office Box 1206,
Cross City, Florida 32628. The names and addresses of the per-
sonal representative and the personal representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate, on whom a copy of this notice
has been served, must file their claims with this court WITHIN
THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE TIME
OF SERVICE.OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having
claims or demands against decedent's estate must file their claims
Nith this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.

The date of first publication of this notice is: SEPTEMBER 13,
2007.

SMITH & SMITH ,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, P.A. "


MICHAEL S. SMITH
Attorney for Personal Representative
Florida Bar No. 169621
P.O. Drawer 579
Perry. Florida 32348 i
Telephone: (850) 584-3812
Fax:(850) 584-7148

MARI LYNN T. CHEATHAM,
Personal Representative
2265 Roxburgh Drive
Roswell, GA 30076


CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC,


CHRISTINA HAVEN.e l al.
Derendan'.


iN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IRDfUDiCLALCIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DIXIE COUNTY FLORID-A
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO 07-0016-CA


NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
(FPlea put-blh ir. DIXIE COUNT' ADVOCATED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuart t a final Judgmeui ofForclu.utre dented the day of_
Sk iaLf 2W ?7, iand enl ued in CL, No 07-uO16-CA, auCrcn ra.,t Courtof the 3RD Judcial
Citrnt. m and frt Date County FloridAh aberein CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC is the Plainliffand CHRISTINA
HAVEN; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF CHRISTINA HAVEN. JOHN DOE- JANE DOE AS UNKNOfWN
TENANT (S) IN POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT PPOPERTY are defendas I will sell to the hiihems and bes
bDfdaI for clsh at ti FRONT D)OR OF THE NORTHWEST COP.IER OF THE DIXIE COUNTY
COURTHOUSE. 214 NE il5 HIGHWAY. CROSS CITY. FL at the OD.ve Counp Corthoaise. in CROSS CITY.
FIoridb, at I 1:01 aLrn. mr 1 5tw dyf day f 20u7 mte Illlowing dcs.r'bed property s.
ret freti In saud Final Idgmr, to-.i-
SE EXHIBIT "A" ATTACHED.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST ri TNHF SuRPLUS FROM THE SALE. If ANY. OIERLTHAN
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDPENS MUST FILE A CL AIM WITHIN60
DAYS AfTER THE SALE
In nD,,zed ae-.l th mhen Au.rcvisi sun iI.sahileieLALI u |lI0 IAA) dAsiled per utr who., becui oIrthea
disbailic, re-,d pcudl t i.,commTirr-tds.n Iui parn palc s lthi3 proceeding hLsldd contuir Marvin Bramnnnat (152I
492-12 6 oi (VI I8)-9"5-5771 FTDD) rt Florid.a Rela) Sr ice it150 NE CEDAR STREET, CROSS CITY, FL
362i pno- aI swh pe drg
Dlted this days .~o Scl54YiRf I 'M7.


t#ekOf TChe irut Can


Subabteu 1I,
LsAs UBffi of Marshall C WaL.oa
18(h] NW 49"' Sure, S.act1.120
Fe,] Lauderdale F uutlW. 3 35W9
TeirpI,.ne (041 5'I il-si
Facosmius: 14341771 -6052
raol l'.c. I1-1100-4-11-243R
07-017%6


PLEASE BE ADVISED that EXHIBIT "A"
if a person decided to appeAl 15-00048267
any decision made by the ,
oanydeitsi n m b BEGIN AT HE CORNER OF NW 1/4. OF SW 1/4 O NW 1/4 OF
Board with respect to any SECTION 10, TOS, R12E, DIXIE COUNTY, FLORIDA, AND
matter considered at such RN SOUTH 3`34'20" EAST 210 FEET; THEN SOoTH 87-58'
meeting or hearings, he/ she WEST 13 FEET TO THE EDGE OF A PAVED ROAD AND TO THE
S POINT OF BEGINNING; THEN NORTH 8758' EAST 195 FEET;
will need a record of the pro- -4 THEN NORTH 335-2o" WEST 105 FEET;. THEN SOUTH
ceedings, and for such pur- 87*57,50o WEST 195 FEET; THEN SOUTH 3'34.'2b" EAST 105
pose, he/ she will need to en- FEET AD TO THE SAID POINT OF BEGINNING; AND
pose, he/she will need to en- CONTAINING 0.47 ACRES, MORE OR LESS.
sure that a verbatim record
of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.

"Persons with disabilities requesting reasonable accommodations to participate in this pro-
ceeding should contact (352) 486-4931 (Voice & TDD) or via Florida Relay Service at (800) 955-
.8771."

The Board meets the first Thursday of each month at 10:00 AM and the third Thursday of
each month at 6:00 PM. Individuals that would like to be placed on the agenda should call
Dana D. Johnson, Clerk of Court, by 4:00 PM on Friday Preceding the Board meeting, at (352)
498-120b.


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LegMs


LLGAL NO I ICE
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

The Town Council of the Town of Cross City, Flori-
da will hold a public hearing to consider adoption
of the following Ordinance:

ORDINANCE 317

An Ordinance repealing Cross City Ordinance
276, and establishing the conditions under which
the Town of Cross City, Florida; will collect refuse
within the Town, establishing a unified billing pro-
cedure with other Town utilities, making mandato-
ry the utilization of the Town's garbage collection.
system by persons or establishments generating
refuse within the Town, providing for violations.

The public hearing for the second and final read-
ing of the Proposed Ordinance will be held at the,
Town Hall on September 24, 2007 at 7:00 PM. A
copy of the proposed Ordinance is available at
the Town Hall.

ANGIE BUSH"
Town Clerk


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Community College Offers North Central
S ;Its
First Planetarium


Florida


Gainesville will soon take another leap toward be
coming a "star friendly" community when Santa
Fe Community College opens its Kika Silva Pla
Planetariumn to the public Sept. 21.
Located at Santa Fe's Northwest Campus at 3000
NW 83rd Street, the 64-seat planetarium has a 35-
foot dome and the latest,in digital projection tech-
nology. It is the only public planetarium between
Jacksonville and Orland6 and will offer shows to
the general public, area school children, college
students and community groups.


Santa Fe is celebrating the public opening of its planetarium with complimentary
shows through January. (The planetarium opened for college use on Sept. 8, 2006.)
Beginning Svpt. 21, the planetarium will offer the educational series "Sputhern
Nights" from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. each Friday, to help viewers identify constellations,
planets, conits, meteor showers, and other celestial events over North Central
Florida. Each episode will be different.
"If people come regularly on Friday nights, they will know the stars," said Laurent
Pellerin, the pla;iiitiriimun's new coordinator.
On Saturday, beginning Sept. 22, Pellerin will host the feature,"Planets in the
House," also offered from 8:30-9:30 p.m.
'Saturday night productions will be about a specific topic, from eclipses to black
roles to astronomical myths," explained Laurent. "These will be in-house produc-
tions unavailable anywhere else."


The Kika Silva Pla Planetarium is named in honor of the mother of Gainesville
resident John Pla, whose generous donation,salong with that of his wife, Amy
Howard.,made the planetarium possible. Both are graduates of SFCC.
SFCC's planetarium uses two projectors. The Goto Chronos is a mechanical/optical
. device, which produces the most realistic starfields and skies.
With a click of the mouse, the Chronos sets the sky for any time in the past, present
or future, within 10,000 years, and transports you to any place on Earth. It projects
8,500 stars, and the suri, moon and fivenaked-eye planets are all computer driven by
X-Y slewing mirrors. Twenty four constellation outlines are included and move
with the sky
The Spitz SciDome is a single lens projector, full dome video system, which turns
the entire dome into a computer screen. In addition to the sky visible from Earth,
the SciDome can show the view at any time from any place in the known universe.
In a word, Pellerin said his planetarium productions will be about diversity
"I've done shows for art classes, oceanography classes, humanities classes," he said.
"I like a lot of variety, a lot of interactive shows with a lot of audience participa-
tion. I'm never short of ideas for shows, just short of time to make them."
Pellerin also enjoys mythology relating to the heavens and Native American history
and star lore.
The Kika Silva Pla Planetarium will nicely compliment the Solar Walk along NW
8th Avenue in Gainesville, bringing the people of North Central Florida ever closer
and more familiar with our solar system.
To learn more about Kika Silva Pla Planetarium, including scheduling your school
or community group for a show, please contact Planetarium Coordinator Laurent
Pellerin at (352) 395-5381.


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ensure you're in compliance with federal rules and regula-
tions, you may schedule a Coast Guard voluntary safety ex-
amination by Contacting Coast Guard Sector St. Petersburg
at (813) 228-2191 Ext. 8136.

This year, Coast Guard Sector St. Petersburg has performed
43 un-inspected passenger vessel safety examinations.


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NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING


The Town of Cross City, Florida, has tentatively adopted a

budget for the fiscal year 2007 2008. A public hearing to

make a FINAL DECISION on the budget AND TAXES will

be held on September 24, 2007, at 7:15 p.m., at the City Hall,

located at 99 NE 210 Avenue, Cross City, Florida


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NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING
The Suwannee River Water Management District has
tentatively adopted a budget for Fiscal Year 2007-08.
This notice is applicable to the following counties:
All of: Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist, Hamilton, Lafayette,
Madison, Suwannee, Taylor, Union
Parts of: Alachua, Baker, Bradford, Jefferson,
Levy, Putnam
A public hearing to make a FINAL DECISION on the
budget and TAXES
will be held on
Tuesday, September 25, 2007 at 5:30 p.m.
at:
Suwannee River Water Management District
9225 County Road 49 (corner US 90 and CR 49)
Live Oak, FL


BUDGET SUMMARY
TOWN OF CROSS CITY, FLORIDA FISCAL YEAR 2007 2008

THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF THE TOWN OF CROSS CITY
ARE 2.84o0 MORE THAN LAST YEAR'S TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES


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Public Safety
Physical Environment
Economic Environment
Transportation
Parks & Recreation
Contingency Fund
Operating Expenditures Water
Other Expenses Water'
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MENTIONED TAXING AUTHORITY AS A PUBLIC RECORD


Budget Summary
Suwannee River Water Management District Fiscal Year 2007 2008


General Fund Special Revenue Funds Total All Funds-

CASH BALANCES BROUGHT FORWARD $3,235,238 $23,579.698 $26,814,936
ESTIMATED REVENUES
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TAXES '(0.4399 Mills)
Ad Vaiorem Taxes $6,100,000 $0 $6,100,000
Documenlary Stamp Taxes $0 $5,901,000 $5,901,000
Florida Forever $0 $18,035,543 $18.035.543
PERMIT AND LICENSE FEES $0 $416,367 $416.367
OTHER INCOME
INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUES
Local Revenues $0 $891,000 $891,000
Wetlards Gram $0 $222,300 $222,300
DEP Coastal Zone Management Grant $0 $59,000. $59,000
ERP Grant $0 $407,700 $407,700
Suwannee River Partnership Grant $0 $1,947,553 $1,947,553
Delineated Areas Grant $0 $40,000 $40,000
DOT Grants $900,000 $183,550 $11083,550
Dept. ofAgriculture And Consumer Services $0 $1,298,205 $1,298,205
Water Protection & Sustalnabillty Grant $0 $12,338,765 $12,338,765
, DEP Monitoring Grant $70,000 $0 $70,000
SWIM Revenue $0 $1,1685321 $1,185,321
FEDERAL GRANTS
FEMA Grants $0 $1,785,615 $1,785,615
NRCS Grants $0 $2,652,514 $2,652,514
TEA-21 Grant $0 $213,000 $213,000
MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES
Interest and General Sales $150,000 $190,906 $340,906
Timber Sales $0 $100,000 $100,000
FUND TRANSFERS $0 $0 $0
TOTAL REVENUES AND OTHER SOURCES $7,220,000 $47,868,339 $55,088,339
'TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES AND BALANCES $10,455,238 $71,448,037 $81,903,275

EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES
Salaries And Benefits $2,565,863 $2,798,785 $5,364,648
Other Personal Services $1,763,862 $15,630,059 $17,393,921
Expenses $1,242,486 $1,244,904 $2,487,390
Operating Capital Outlay $197,500 $207,540 $405,040
Fixed Capital Outlay $0 $27,956,611 $27,956,611
Interagency Expenditures $527,500 $14;749,419 $15,276,919
TOTAL EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES $6,297,211 $62,587,318 $68,884,529
Reserves $4,158,027 $8,860,719 $13,018,746
TOTAL EXPENDITURES AND RESERVES $10,455,238 $71,448,037 $81,903,275
THE TENTATIVE, ADOPTED, AND/OR FINAL BUDGETS ARE ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED TAXING AUTHORITY
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- FWC, Coast Guard Bust Illegal Georgia
Charter Fisherman in Taylor County

TAMPA, Fla. The Coast Guard, working in conjunction with
Florida Fish and Wildlife .Conservation Commission (FWC)
officers, disrupted an illegal charter fishing business operat-
ing out of Spring Warrior Creek in Perry, Fla.

The undercover investigation led by FWC, resulted in'
charging Johnny Browning, 58, of Lakeland, Ga., with multi-
ple marine resource law and licensing violations.

Browning was charged with taking paying passengers on
fishing trips without a valid U.S. Coast Guard Captain's li-
cense or enrollment in a chemical testing program. For these
violations, the Coast Guard issued Browning a $2,000 citation.
FWC also charged Browning with multiple counts of State
misdemeanor resource crimes to include: (1) missing com-
.mercial vessel registration, (2) no Saltwater Products Li-
cense, (3) speckled sea trout bag limit violations, (4) harvest-
ing speckled sea trout commercially without a Restricted
Species Endorsement, and (5) taking speckled sea trout
out-of-season. The violations may result in Browning losing
fishing privileges in Florida as well as fines and costs as de-
termined by a County Judge. "

FWC patrol officers received an anonymous tip about an indi-
vidual operating out of the Spring Warrior Fish Camp who
was conducting fishing charters without a proper U.S. Coast
Guard license to carry passengers for hire. Officers also re-
ceived reports of Browning violating the daily bag limit of
speckled sea trbout by making multiple trips and that he was
selling his catch in Georgia. Undercover FWC investigators,
posing as out-of-town fisherman, hired Browning for several
fishing trips that produced evidence of licensing and re-
source violations.

Coast Guard regulations require each vessel transporting
passengers to carry additional safety equipment and to have
a licensed operator, holding a valid Merchant Mariner's Li-
cense. To receive a Merchant Mariner's License, a person
must demonstrate fundamental seamanship knowledge and
skills through tests and experience, undergo a criminal back-
ground check, pass a health exam. and participate in a drug
and alcohol testing program. .

"The Coast Guard, in concert with state and local partners,
actively investigates all reports of illegal passenger vessel op-
erations, imposing civil or criminal penalties when re-
quired."said Matt D. Dooris, Coast Guard Sector St. Peters-
burg. "In this case. through the teamwork of federal, state,
and local law enforcement, an illegal and unsafe passenger
vessel operation was stopped and natural resources protect-
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OLD TOWN??
New wireless equipment purchases will soon allow Suwannee Valley
Internet Connection to provide wireless internet to customers who
have Line of Sight issues. Testing will occur over the next few weeks,
and if all goes well, more access points are planned. These access
points will allow coverage into Chiefland and Trenton areas. In the
coming months, access is planned for Old Town, Cedar Key, Bell and
Fanning Springs. Most areas of Old Town do not current have op:
tions for faster internet service and surfing popular sites such as
YouTube or music downloads can be painful, at best. This is a desper-
ately needed service!
If you are interested in volunteering tower space or tower sites,
please contact Mike at site-survey@svic.net

Batista Promoted to Staff Sergeant

Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Clemente J.Batista, son of Vincent J. Arcadi
of Old Town, Fla., was recently meritoriously promoted to his cur-
rent rank and was selected the Recruiter of the Quarter while as-
signed to Recruiting Station Des Moines, Iowa. The Recruiter of the
Quarter program recognizes the most successful recruiter through-
out the recruiting station in any given quarter. This achievement
earned Batista a Meritorious Mast.
A Meritorious Mast is a certificate awarded by the commanding offi-
cer to publicly and officially commend a member of the command for
a noteworthy performance. Batista was meritoriously promoted be-
cause his performance of duty was superior in comparison to his
peers, regardless of occupation and time in grade.
Batista is a 2001 graduate of Dixie County High School of Old Town,
Fla. and joined the Marine Corps in September 2005.


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