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Dixie County advocate
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Title: Dixie County advocate
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Language: English
Publisher: Rose O. Chavous
Place of Publication: Cross City Fla
Creation Date: September 27, 2007
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    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
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    Main: Classifieds
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    Main: School Sports
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    Main continued
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    Main: Legals
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    Main: Home
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Thursday
September 27, 2007
SVol. 85. No. 40 24 pages- 1 Sections


SUWANNEE MANAGER

FACES ALLEGATIONS


LALIIIRO


Craig Holcomb took issue with
Tony Johns' failure to acquire
Class B and C water and
sewer licenses


At the County Commissioner's meeting
Thursday evening, Suwannee resi-
dents made a show of solidarity against Tony
Johns, Suwannee Water and Sewer District
Manager. Mr. Johns was fot. present at the
meeting. According to County Commission-
er Marcus Hayes, he spoke with Mr. Johns
prior to the meeting and had informed-him a
routine meeting was planfied, that a written
report would suffice, and that his presence
wouldn't be necessary.
IE JJQl2s: was-therefore..uidefented. xcept-d;-e
foM Coiitidissioner Hayes, against "an iahgry '
groupof -Suwanree Residents, and former
and current Water. Board members, demand-
ingan.investigation-and-a-special eet ing .
order to determine the fate of Johns:
".He has not met his conunitment to the Bbard
or to the Town of Suwannee," said Ron Hall,
who was Chairman, of the Water District .un-
til his resignation two weeks ago. "I can't
work under this kind of turmoil." Hall stated
that Johns had promised in August of 2006,
that he would obtain his Class B and C Water
and Sewer Licenses.
Craig Holcomb stated that Tony Johns "was
instructed to get those licenses," but as of'
this date, has not. Ron Hall informed the
Commission that due to the fact that Mr.
Johns has not obtained the proper licenses,
Suwannee is haying to pay in addition to his
$35,000 salary, another $52,000 to another man
who does have the license, which costs money.
the small town can hardly afford.
Mr. Hall faced the Commission with a laun-
dry list of accusations against Johns, includ-
ing allegations that he hired his son without
getting approval; that irregularities were
found in the number of vacation hours he has
accrued, and .that Johns is using city time
and resources to run his kayak sales busi-
ness. Commissioner Hayes dismissed the ac-
cusations. saying that there was insufficient
proof and "It will not hold up in court if it's
not in black and white."
Current Water District Board Member Chris.
Parr agreed with Hall and Holcomb, saying
that "I'm pretty unhappy too, Things are just
not right in Suwannee."

NEW SUPERVISOR OF
ELECTIONS CHOSEN....
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fc. Brandon T. Thorsen. 22, of Trenton died
Sept. 15 in Baghdad. Iraq, of injuries sustained
from a non-combat related incident Sept. 14 in Baghdad.
He was assigned to the 2nd Battalion, 12th Cavalry Reg-
iment, 4th Brigade Combat Team. 1st Cavalry Division,


Fort Bliss, Texas. Thorsen was promoted posthumously
to specialist and awarded the Bronze Star. According to
his father, he died of a gunshot wound. The circum-
stances surrounding the incident are under investiga-'
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The life chain proved to be very sucess-
ful and quickly spread across America
and Canada. It has been effective in
reaching women facing "unwanted" preg-
nancies and encouraging them to chose
life.
This important event is scheduled for
Sunday. October 4th, between 2:00 and
3:00 P.M. All participants are encouraged
to report early and assemble on the porti-
co of the First Baptist Church in Cross
City. All are invited to participate in this
life-enhancing event.

God Bless You All,
Hank Richstine


Columbia U. President shows class
When I heard Columbia University President
Lee Bollinger fire off some genuinely tough questions
at Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, I was so
shocked I nearly fell off my bar stool. (Just kidding; ac-
tually I was listening to Rush on the radio.) Bollinger
had indicated that he would do exactly that, but who'd
have thought he actually would?
Remember, Columbia University is the,place *:
where they welcome controversial speakers, many of
whom hate America, but they won't allow an ROTC pro-,
gram on campus, even though a majority of students
would like to have one. And just last week, amid grow-
ing criticism of Ahmadinejad's impending visit,
Bollinger said he would have given Adolf Hitler a fo-
rum. ,
Actually, whether or not that could have hap-
pened would depend upon when such an invitation had
been given. Obviously it would never have happened
during that part of the early 1940's when we were at
war with Germany However ten years prior to that.
Hitler was only a controversial emerging political fig-
ure and might well have been invited to address an,
American college campus.
Nonetheless. I'm inclined to think that Bollinger.
intended the remark just the way it sounded. In any
event, you can't secure a speaker who's been dead for'
more than 60 years. so it was obviously nothing more
than a rhetorical gesture.
Nothing personal, Mr. Bollinger, but I had rather
expected your "tough questions" to an Islamic dictator
with a terrorist background going back to the 1979
hostage-taking at our embassy in Tehran to be some-
thing on the order of, "Why do you suppose these Jews
are so bent on mistreating their peaceful Palestinian
neighbor s?"
Instead, Lee Bollinger cut loose with an intro-
duction that would have done Bill O'Reilly proud. He lit,
into Ahmadinejad like a hungry alligator on a slow-
moving bullfrog. The introduction morphed into a read-
ing of the riot act like Bill Clinton heard from Hillary
after the Monica Lewinski story broke.
"Mr. President," Bollinger stated. "you exhibit
all the signs of a petty and cruel dictator," after which
he added the observation that Ahmadinejad's denial of
the Holocaust might fool the illiterate and the ignorant.
but, "When you come to a place like this, it makes you
simply ridiculous...the truth is that the Holocaust is the
- most documented event in human history." Bollinger
went on to quiz his guest about conducting a "proxy
war" against our forces in Iraq.
About all Ahmadinejad could muster were de-
nials of things he had been widely-quoted as saying
over a period of several months. When asked Why they
execute homosexuals in Iran, he said they didn't have.
any. Sure. And neither does San Francisco.
Doggone. they don't ask you questions like that
back home, do they. Mahmnoud? Gee whiz, Scott Pelly
(CBS) wasn't mean to you like that when he interviewed
you back in Iran, was he?
Rush Limbaugh was as flummoxed by this devel-
opment as anyone. He said something to the effect that,
sure, these were the right questions to ask Ahmadine-
jad, but why weren't the liberals asking these questions
years ago?
S 'll buy that. But onf the other hand, better late
than never.
The New York City Police may have put the ki-
bosh on the plan to let Ahmadinejad lay a wreath at
Ground Zero--in honor of the 19 terrorists killed on
9/11--by refusing to provide security. And of course, the
Iranian dictator will have an opportunity to address a
presumably more receptive audience at the UN.
However, there remains a glimmer of hope that
the political left in America may finally be getting it.


Letter from the Editor:

Thie "Lett-er fr om tle tEditor" section is o1W of nil/ favorite pats of tthe newspaper. I t a lows '
tfiose of us 1who work so tiard at reportiLn the news of the community to tyou to et feedback
andto hear aboult.our concerns. So write something! Our police is toJ rint all the letters we
cet, space providin', as lolqa as lou included ol ourcorrect name and town. So let us kinom what
ou lo'e about 'DLixie County,f or what you think needs fixin Without you, this is just a
blank syace!


Worked: Akins IGA (3 years), Jenkins Feed
K enneth Store (20 years), currently employed by FL
DOT/MCCO as Weight Inspector, and Mayor
M -. 19,-9 T Town of Cross City


-rajii -xe


What Did You Like About Your Jobs: Meet-
ing different people with differ-
ent concerns everyday and be-
ing able to help them in some
Sway .


Hardest Part Of Your Jobs:
Changing shifts constantly onh
my current job.

What Do You Like About Liv-
ing In Dixie County: EVERY-
THING!! Having lived in a big
city, I really enjoy the slowed-
down, relaxed pace. Plus the
PEOPLE! Everyone is friendly,
even to strangers

How Has Dixie County
Changed Since You Moved
Here: The overall growth of the
county. Town of Cross City is
expanding, getting bigger and
better.

Favorite Foods: Fried Chicken,
Fried Shrimp or anything else
Fried!


Moved To Dixie County: August '75 (first time
in 1965)

Family: Father (late) Charles Norman Lee,
Mother Wanda Ward Lee, Brother Chuck Lee,
Sister Debbie Brigman, Wife Debbie Riels
Lee, Daughter Angel

Clubs/Organizations: Dixie Quarterback
Club, JROTC Torch Club


Hobbies: Oil Painting, Sign
Painting, Wood Crafting, and anything to do
with football.

What Is Something You Have Seen In Recent
Years That You Never Thought You Would
Witness: Live space explorations, wars that
seem to last forever, condos on the Dixie
coast, and the advances in technology, (a TV
in your car?)


Page 2


Have you looked at your calendar. recent-,
ly? It's almost October arid that means it's
time to get ready for the annual Life
Chain.
The Life Chain originated in Yuba City.
CA, perhaps 20 years ago. It has been a
very effective tool to speak out in defense
of the unborn, and against the barbarism
of abort ion.
Persons will line a main street (US HWY
19). Each one of them holding a large
poster. These posters remind those who
drive by that "Abortion kills Children",
"Jesus Saves and Heals", "Adoption The
Loving Option" and other appropriate
messages.


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Thursday September 27, 2007


Law Enforcement


ONE MAN DEAD


AFTER BOATING


ACCIDENT ON


SUWANNEE RIVER

Two men were ejected from their boat on the Suwannee Riv-
er near Fowlers Bluff Monday evening.
The man killed was Roderick Page, 22, of Chiefland. It is not.
known if he was wearing a life jacket.
The boat's operator, Brian Norris, 28, of Chiefland, was able
to make it to shore and then was transported to Shands Hos-
pital in Gainesville.
The two men were traveling south on-plane in a 12-foot alu-
minum johnboat powered by an outboard motor. Norris said
a large fish jumped out of the water in front of the boat. Nor-
ris said he swerved, and both men were ejected into the wa-
ter.
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC)
officials continue to investigate and are attempting to deter-
mine whether a sturgeon was a contributing factor in the ac-
cident.
Personnel from the FWC, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S.
Coast Guard and Levy and Citrus County Sheriffs Offices
are conducting search-and-rescue operations.
In a continuing effort to promote safe boating. FWC encour-
ages everyone to wear life jackets at all times while boating.


COAST GUARD


SUSPENDS SEARCH


FOR MISSING


BOATER

The Coast Guard suspended its search at about 12 p.m. Sun-
day. for the boater who went missing in the vicinity of the
Steinhatchee River Tuesday evening.,
Chris Burkhalter, 37, of Macon, Ga., along with his uncle,
John Burkhalter, 54. also of Macon, left the Steinhatchee Ma-
rina in their 19-foot boat at about 3:30 p.m. Tuesday; when
sometime later the vessel's engine failed and the men began
drifting.
The men were reported overdue to the Coast Guard at about
12 a.m. Thursday. The Coast Guard along with several feder-
al, state and local agencies, immediately launched rescue as-
sets to search for the men.
A Patrick Air Force Base C-130 search plane located John
Burkhalter on the disabled vessel at 6 p.mfi.. Thursday. 44-
miles southwest of the Steinhatchee River: A Patrick Air
Force Base HH-6o0 Jayhai k rescue helicopter safely hoisted
him fiom the boat and brought him to Shands Hospital in
Gainesville, Fla., in good condition.
According to John, Chris donned two lifejackets and jumped
overboard at about 6 p.m., \Wednesday, and attempted to swim
to shore. Chris was also reported to have used a cooler top as
an additional flotation device.
The Coast Guard's ah- and marine units. Coast Guard A\uilJ-
iary air units, the Air Force, Florida Fish and Wildlife Con-
servationi Conmmission marine units, the Taylor County Sher-
iffs Office, the A.achua County Sheriffs Office and the Sun-
downer Search and Rescue Air Patrol searched 10.925-square-
miles for more than 80 hours with no sign of Chris.


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/17/2007
EDWARDS, LOUELIA IONA, 31, R. Matthis, Disorderly
intoxication
BOYINGTON, JACQUELINE MICHELLE, 43, L. Brannin,
VOP-UT Forged Inst.
MCGEE, TERRELL JAMAAL, 21, R. Downing,.FTA-JM-
PROP EXH of F/A
PALM, RENEE CHRISTINE, 23, GCSO, Hold For
Gilchrist County

/19/2007
TYSON, JERELL DONCHE, 19, Mathis, Battery-Domes-
ic Violence
H TSFIELD, KENZIE DECARLOS, 28. SGT. King, FTA
DICKEY, SHIELA A, 28, J. Hale-P&P, Intro of Contra-
band, Possession of Controlled Substance
WILLIAMS, RODNEY KIRK, 38, SGT King VOP

/20/2007
JACOBS, JOSEPH ALLEN, 33, Deputy Daniels, FTA,
Grand Theft I

9/21/2007'
PARRISH, VICTORIA LYNNE, 29, Hart. VOP Alachua
Fraud OB Controlled Sub.
CHANDLER, LARRY MICHAEL, 22, Sullivan, VOP-Dri-
ving w/o License, Violation of Temporary Protection Or-
der, VOP-Suspended License, VOP-Criminal Trespassing.
VOP-Suspended License
ANDERSON. ROBERT EVERT, 47, Garcia. Possession of
Controlled Subs/Cocaine, Purchase Controlled Sub-
stance
BOYINGTON, JACQUELINE MICHELLE, 43, R. Down-
ing, VOP-Worthless Checks
BARNETTE, CHRISTOPHER JACOB. 25, T. Tumlin, Sim-
ple Battery
KIRKLAND, DENNIS DELMONTE, 44. Garcia. Posses-
-ion of Controlled Subs/Cocaine, Sale of Cocaine
/22.'2007
KELLIHER, REBECCA JEAN, 40, L. Brannin, Disorderly
ntoxication

9/23/2007 .
DZIEDZIC, MARZENA JADWIGA, 31, FHP Shehane. ,
DUI/Refusal Breathalyzet; Leaving the Scene w Proper-
ty Damage, Attaching Tag Not Assigned
AMMONS, PAUL CHARLES, 27. L. Brannin Ma.rtin.
Grand Theft. DWLSR (Habitual). DUI
STANTON, JAMES AARON, 35, B. Lamb, DUI Refusal
ADKINS, BILLY JOE, 43, TCSO, Hold for Taylor County








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tee meeting of The Original Florida Tourism
Task Force at 2:00 pm on Monday, October 2,
2007 via teleconference. If persons in the
public are interested in attending, they can
phone the number below for call-in instruc-
tions or can listen to the call at 2009 NW 67th
Place, Gainesville, Florida 32653.
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south on SR 441. Turn right onto SR 121.
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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 memories in keepsake albums for
generations to come. Workshops are de-
signed to help you organize your photos,
learn new techniques, and to provide a
time and place for you to work on your
albums. September Workshops, Tues-
day, September 18th- Branford Woman's
Club 5-9, Mini Paper Album $20 (incl.
$15 kit) or crop $10) Thursday, Septem-
ber 20th Ft. White Community Center
5-9, Connect with Color/Crop $10 (incl.
Supplies) Friday, September 28th -
Gilchrist Library in Trenton 10-
2:00, Introductory Workshop/Crop-
FREE Scrap booking tolls are provided
at all workshops, and no experience is
required. For the free Introductory
Scrap booking class, held at each work-
shop, please bring 3 to 5 photos of the
same event or person to take part in the
hands-on activity.

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

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treme Florida Football For more in-
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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 Association,
Inc is hosting the first annual Open
Hereford Show on Friday, September 28,
and Saturday, September 29 at the
Suwannee Livestock Pavilion in Fan-
ning Springs, FL. for information about
the First Annual Open Hereford Show,
contact Ray Hodges at 352-542-7135
(evenings) or Nicole Spencer at 352-542-
8939.

Dixie Music Center's 16th Anniver-
sary Extravaganza Dixie Music Cen-
ter will celebrate their 16th year in busi-
ness with their annual music bash. The
event is Saturday October 13 and is held
on the wooded property adjacent to the
store, which is located on US 191/2 mile
south of the Old Town light, across fro
the weigh station. The store will open at
9:00am, with live music starting at 9:30
until about 4:00. Featured acts on this
year's show include the Mercy Moun-
tain Boys, Tyler Cole, the K-9 Band,
Grupo Flechazo, Dotti's Doo Dah Band,
and Wendy with Jim Terry and special
guests. There will be drawings for
prizes including a Fender Stratocaster
guitar. There is no cost to enter, but
there are restrictions. The event is free
and open to the public. For more info
call (352) 542-3001

NOTICE, NOTICE, NOTICE The
Dixie Shrine Club is having a breakfast
and yard sale on the 13th of October.
Breakfast will start at 8am and last to
11am. The cost is $4.00 for all you can
eat. We will have eggs, bacon, sausage,
hash browns, biscuits, and our famous
biscuits and gravy The multi family
yard sale will be from 8am to 1pm with
lots of good things to sell. So come on
out and eat breakfast and shop till you
drop. Location HWY, 351, 2 miles North
of Cross City For more information call
498-3031


GUN SHOW and Dixie Fall Festival
Saturday October 13th, 9-5, and Sunday
October 14 Noon till 5pm. $3.00 admis-
sion to Gun Show; Trialriders Club, US
19/98 to Airport Road, Cross City

19th Annual fall harvest & Peanut
Festival October 6,'Linear Park in
downtown Williston, rides, Music,
Crafts, Vintage Cars and Antique Trac-
tors will also be there for you entertain-
ment. Come and visit the Mobile Na-
tional Peanut Tour Museum and learn
about the history of the peanut. For
more information log onto HYPER-
LINK "http://www.willistonfl.com"
www.willistonfl.com or. call the Willis-
ton Area Chamber of Commerce (352)
582-5552.

Nature's Coast 7th annual KOI &
Goldfish Show October 6-7, Cadillac
Motel in Fanning Springs. For more in-
formation contact Martha Foster at
(352) 542-8925

Fall Festival & Gun Show October
13, Something for everyone. TrailRiders
Club in Cross City. For more informa-
tion call Bob Anderson (352)542-9079/

Fall At The Farm October 13, A ben-
efit for Haven Hospice at the Historic
Drummond Farm in Chiefland ,at
5:30pm for more information call (352)
271-4662.

Cedar key 38th Annual Seafood Fes-
tival October 20-21, 9:00am 5:00 pm.
Ovet 200 arts and crafts exhibits, all
types of seafood, live musical entertain-
ment and parde on Saturday. Open
House at the Lighthouse on Seahorse
Key the big island 3 miles west of Cedar
Key. Shuttle boats are available. For
more information log onto HYPER-
LINK "http://www.cedardey.org"
www.cedardeyorg or call (352) 543-5600.

7th Annual Breast Cancer Aware-
ness Weekend October 20, Tidewater
Trail head in Goeth State Forest 'Pre-
sented by the Levy County Horse Club
in conjunction with Forest Awareness
Month. For more information log onto
H Y P E R L I N K
"http://www.flahorse.com" www.fla-
horse.com or call Terry Shehand (352)
955-6265.

Loving Stitches Quilt Show October
26-27, First United Methodist Church,
presented by the Springhouse Quilters
Guild. For more information call Ruth
at (352) 463-8804.

4th Annual Nature Coast Birding
and Wildlife Experience October 26-
29, Activities & schedule are listed on
the NCBWE website at HYPERLINK
"ht tp://www.ncbwe.com"
www.ncbwe.com or call (352) 543-5600

Annual Shriners' Cane Grinding -
November 19-23, Shrine Club on Hwy 26
West. Watch, learn and taste as the fresh
cane syrup is made. Also call about the
Thanksgiving dinner at the Shriner's
Club on November 22, For more infor-
mation contact Bobby Heath (352)542-
9284

Firewalkers Legacy Inter- Tribal
POW POW November 23-25, at Hart
Springs, 10:00am-till dark. Join the fan
at the inter-tribal celebration: full tradi-
tional attire, regalia, crafts, music,
drumming and dance. For more infor-
mation call Helen Blair. (352) 463-7321

National Life Chain Sunday 2007, Oc-
tober 5th (2:00-3:00) Cross City, Bell &
Mayo- Our "New Life Crisis Pregnancy
Center" will host an open house follow-
ing the LIFE CHAIN at 3:00pm.


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Congratulations to Miss Jenny Stutts!
She has been selected employee of the month at Dixie Dis-
trict Schools Transportation Department. Jenny started
with us by picking up children in isolated areas for school
and then taking them back home. She has worked in the of-
fice when needed and also would do our Inter-department
mail route. She is a very energetic person in so many areas.
She graduated from Dixie County High School and since
graduation she has taken classes-to become a certified
teacher. Presently she has six months to complete this goal.
She was an aide on our special needs buses for most of last
year and currently is driving a route based at Old Town Ele-
mentary School. Her goals do not stop at being a teacher- but
go far beyond this. May her hard work continue to accom-
plish all that she desires. We are so fortunate to have her as
an employee. Congratulations, Jenny!


utomen Society Pet of the week

Jackson is a handsome, 2 year old, male terrier mix, He is
full grown
so he will keep his small size. Jackson is a high-energy, lit-
tle guy, but
is the
most de-
voted of
dogs. He .
shows: ,'" :. ..
more ado- '
ration to- "
wards his .
master L
than ''" .
any dog
you have
ever seen.
If you are
looking
for a con- : ;
compan- 14
ion that
will give you lots of attention, Jackson would be a good
choice for you. He
also gets along well with other dogs.
Thank you to CITGO gas station in Old Town for allow-
ing us to hold our
pet adoptions at their place of business. We will be return-
ing to CITGO 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


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P.O. Box 1087
Old Town, FL 32680
4 Office: (352)'542-9038
FAX: (352) 542-9570
Mon. Sat. Dale, Josie, Shawn
8:00 5:00 Brandy, Phillip, Dale Jr.


LOCKE GRADUATES BASIC
Army Reserve Pvt. Brent A. Locke has graduated from basic
combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.
During the nine weeks of training, the soldier studied the
Army mission, history, tradition and core values, physical
fitness, and received instruction and practice in basic com-
bat skills, military weapons, chemical warfare and bayonet
training, drill and ceremony, marching, rifle marksmanship,
armed and
unarmed combat, map reading, field tactics, military cour-


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IWoodmen of the World, Lodge 626 AAIVETS
presenting POW1-MIA4 Flag.
Pictured: Andy Hershman, John \Veidensall.
LaVangha Sessions. Steve Riepel. Luther Hugh-
es. Lonu Meunier. and Lloyd Strickland.


90 YEARS

YOUNG!!!

Ruby Chavous was born September 29, 1917
to Emory Longano Arcadia Mills Long in
Limesink, FL. Limesink was a Cedar Camp
(used to make pencils) in California
Swamp. She was married ot Ellis D.
Chavous. They had six children, all gradu-
ates of Old Town Elementary and Dixie
County High School. She only had two jobs
in her lifetime. Three years in the Old
Town School lunch room and from 1954-
1959, she drove the mail route in Suwannee.
She has been a member of Old Town
Methodist Church for 64 years. She lives on
the Old Chavous Place, which was pur-
chased by their in laws in 1905.

She has a beautiful yard which she works in
everyday. She has a brother who is 93. She
was raised in Old Town.

A reception will be held at Old Town
Methodist Church on Sunday, 9/30/07 at 1:30
pm. In celebration of her 90th Birthday.
Friends and relatives are invited to attend!


'VT S PREST tesy, military justice system; basic first aid, foot marches,
'VEJSL RJ i3' and field training exercises. '

POVW -M IA FLAG Locke is the son of Diana Locke of Cross City, Fla.













Pictured left to right: LLainga Sessions. Steve
S. Riedel. Lou Mevnier Lloyd Strickland. and
Moose Lodge Suwannee Riwer Lodge 32 Pic- Anddy Hershman. Photo by John \Veidensall.
turned, left to right, Andy Hersliman, Steve Rid
er, and Lou Manies. Photo by John Weiden-
sail. I.. .


DIXIE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT



SERVING YOU AT FIVE LOCATIONS

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

Acute & Chronic Disease Care Minor Surgical Procedures
Laceration Repair Employment Physicals
Well Child & Newborn Care Family Planning / OB Care
School & Sports Physicals School Health Services
Treatment for Asthma Preventative Health Care
WIC Coupons Dental Services
Laboratory & X-Ray HIV Anonymous & Confidential Testing
Child and Adult Immunizations
Attention Deficit Disorder Evaluation & Treatment
Kiddy Corner Play Area for Children
FREE PREGNANCY TESTS
Board Certified Pediatrician To Care For Your Children
Board Certified Family Medicine Practitioner to Care For Adults
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People


SPRINGHOUSE
QUILTER'S NEWS
Some Springhouse Guild
members have been working
on getting some of their
projects finished while oth-
ers have been making the
rounds to some of the quilt
shows that occur each fall.

The White Springs Quilt
show is coming up in Octo-
ber and this is always a
good show of some beautiful
work by local quilt artists.
One of
the
largest "
shows ..
was this -I
past week
in Jack- .
sonville
with an "'
estimated '
500 quilts
placed in .
the show. ..
I was for-
tunate
enough to get to make the
trip to this show. There
were some absolutely fabu-
lous quilts on display This
show is not just for
ldcal quilters but it also at-
tracted some out-of-state
quilters. A local
quilter, Joan Gamble of Old
Town, placed an entry in the
show and was fortunate to
walk away with one of the
coveted ribbon awards.
Joan's quilt was a,
three-dimensional quilt in
blacks with fall leaves. It was
a beautiful quilt and was
beautifully quilted. Congrat-
ulations to Joan for winning


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National Life Chain Sunday 2007
October 5 (2:00-3:00)
Cross City, Bell & Mayo

You're Invited!
Our "New Life Crisis Pregnancy Center"
will host an open house following the
LIFE CHAIN at 3:00 pm.


one of the ribbons.
The workshop for September
was conducted by Beverly
Shobe and featured
beautiful quilted paper
pieced Christmas cards.,
These cards will be on sale
during
the upcoming show here in
Trenton at the United
Methodist Church, October
26-27.
Springhouse Quilters have
so much to be thankful for.
We" are al-
ways
blessed
' t. with hav-
S ing great
S leaders
A X and 2007
has been
Sgreat..
4 4 11 Mary
Rawlins,
our First
.. Vice Presi-
dent, will-
ingly as-
sumed the President's job
when Jan Litzinger went
to visit her family out of
state. We truly appreciate
our ladies who will ,
step up and keep our quilt
group moving forward, espe-
cially this year as we make
plans for our quilt show. We,
currently have approximate-
ly 125 quilts
registered for the show.

For information on Spring-,
house Quilters, call or con-
tact Mary Rawlins,
493-7401, or Lois Scott, 463-
2207.


tast-pacedenvironment and Keep up with a last-tracK, one-year IuMBA
program I have been successful thus far. I encourage you, as a poten-
tial student, to ignore the "I can't" and replace it with a new attitude
of "I can." I truly believe if I can accomplish this you can too.
Earning my place in the professional realm, while completing my
college education, was a very rewarding experience. I may have fore-
gone the cliche college experience of sororities, parties, and the like
but I have never once regretted the decisions I made to get me where
I am today.
As I sit in my office at Lake City Community College at the age of 23
with a college education under my belt, five years of public relations
experience, professional goals ahead of me, and one semester away
from earning a master's degree I am very proud of where I have
been and excited about where I am going. You too can take the fast-
track as a recent high school graduate or join it during middle-age
and feel the same sense of accomplishment I do. Don't hesitate, con-
tact Lake City Community College today and start fulfilling your
dreams!
Jenkins is the public information specialist at Lake City Community
College: She is also currently earning a master of business adminis-
tration through Saint Leo University. She can be reached via e-mail
at jenkinsb@lakecitycc.edu or by calling (386) 754-4382.


Working + Attending College = Success
By Bethany Harden Jenkins, Lake City Community College
public information specialist
Have you considered going
back to college or enrolling
in college for the first
time? Are you hindered by
the fact that you work part-
time or full-time? Simply
put, "don't be," Many stu-
dents work while attending
college and there is no rea-
son you can't be the next
one to do so.
Are you goal-oriented? Are
you driven? Can you multi-
task? Is being successful in
education and in your ca-
reer important to you? If
Si so, then you can work and
attend school at the same
time!
As an alumnus of Lake
City Community College
(LCCC) and Saint Leo Uni-
versity (SLU) I know first-
hand what it requires to be a successful student while simultaneous-
ly being an effective employee. I took advantage of LCCC's dual-en-
rollment program While in high school and made a seamless transi-
tion into full-time student following high school graduation. I was
fortunate to be employed by the Florida Department of Transporta-
tion (FDOT) directly out of high school. FDOT is very supportive of
educational progression and fostered an environment that placed
emphasis on continuing education. As I progressed through my asso-
ciate in arts (A.A.), working part-time at FDOT, I gained valuable
knowledge of professional environments and made invaluable con-
tacts.
As I graduated from LCCC with an A A.. I planned to enroll at SLU
in a bachelor of arts (B.A.) program. Never once dlid I doubt that I
could attend college and work full-time. B:y this point i had proe1n to
myself that I could accomplish any goal I set, prok ide:l Ii stayed to
used. With course offerings on-site, during the day, at night, online,
and through distance learning technology there are classes to meet
the needs of every student.
One year from graduation I landed a full-time job working for the
FDOT's General Engineering Consultant (GEC), Ea 'rt h Tech,,Inc.
Management at Earth Tech had ieen mn abilities first-hand and was
assured that I would earn a bachelor', decree b: ',e.a-end if I can
work fulltime and take 18-hours of college-credit courses per semes-
ter, so can you.
When I applied for a position at Lake City Community College in
2005 1 was fearful that my youthfulness would be an obstacle in ob-
taining the position. Fortunately I had education and experience to
offer the interviewing committee. One of the most important aspects
a potential employer looks for in
an applicant is experience. Do not
overlook the weight that experi-
ence will carry when preparing to
apply for jobs after college gradu- I
ation. Combine a college degree
with working experience gained UY H
while attending college and you e ff
have just become a formidable W e Off
competitor in the professional
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Spotlight On Dixie


Dixie Music Center's 16th
Anniversary Extravaganza

Dixie Music Center will celebrate their
16th year in business with their annual music
bash. The event is Saturday October 13 and is
held on the wooded property adjacent to the
store, which is located on US 19 % mile south
of the Old Town light, across from the weigh
station. The store will open at 9:00AM, with
live music starting at 9:30 until about 4:00.
Featured acts on this year's show include the
Mercy Mountain Boys, Tyler Cole, the K-9
Band, Grupo Flechazo, Dotti's Doo Dah Band,
and Wendy with Jim Terry and special
guests. There will be drawings for prizes in-
cluding a Fender Stratocaster guitar. Last
year's giveaways were valued at nearly $3,000.
There is no cost to enter, but there are restric-
tions. The event is free and open to the public.
For more info call (352) 542-3001.

SHRINERS BBQ

Suwannee River Shrine Club will be having a
BBW, serving BBQ Chicken, baked beans, cole
slaw, rolls and ice tea for $5.00. Take ou avail-
able.

Also, Bake Sale Sept 29, 2007 at 10:30 AM.

Turkey, Shoot Sat. Sept 29, 2007 from 9AM un-
til ?
$300 a shot.
1/2 mile East of Fanning Springs Hwy 26.
Call Bobby Health 352-542-9284.


GUN SHOW SET FOR OCTOBER 13-14
The 2nd Annual Dixie Fall Festival and
Gun Show will be Saturday and Sunday
October 13 and 14th at the Trail Riders
Club Community Center in Cross City.
The activities will run from 9:00 AM to
5:00 on Saturday and from Noon until
.. g5:00 on Sunday

| Admission to the Gun Show is $3.00.
Festival Admission and Parking are free.
According to Anne Engers, President of
the Dixie County Rotary Club, This is a
j .great opportunity for hunting enthusi-
asts and gun collectors as there will be
Sgunsmiths from all over the state show-
.,casing their inventory"

Additionally, food and craft vendors will make the Festival a family event. This year the Dixie County
Chamber of Commerce has joined with the Dixie County Rotary Club to help promote this event.

The Trail Riders Club Community Center is located just off US 19/98 on Airport Road. Coming from the
south on US 19/98 toward Cross City. turn right at the caution light at Airport Road, then turn left and fol-
low the road to the Trail Riders Community Center which will be on your right. Coming from the north
on US 19/98, come through Cross City to the caution light (just past the Dixie County Health Depart-
ment)-turn left onto Airport Road, left again and follow the road to the Trail Riders Community Center.
The fall Festival and Gun show is a project of the Dixie County Rotary Club, an international service or-
ganization dedicated to "Service above Self." The funds raised at the festival are used to fund service pro-
jects in the community and around the world.

Now that there is a touch of cool in the air, it is perfect time to enjoy being out and about in beautiful Dix-
ie County See you at the Dixie Fall Festival and Gun Show.
For more information and vendor applications, contact Bob Anderson at 352-542-3077 or 352-542-9079 or
email to JB8162wildblue.net


UF/IFAS to hold
agriculture
workshops in
Live Oak
The UF/IFAS North Florida Research and
Education Center-Suwannee Valley (NFREC-
SV) in Live Oak. Fla. will be offering its
'Agriculture Enterprise Workshops for
North Florida," on Wednesday. November 14,
2007 from 8 a.m. to 2:15 p.m.
Attendees will be able to actually see first.
hand many alternative enterprises available
to them," said Bob Hochnnmuth. a UF IFAS
Multi-County Extension Agent based at the
NFREC-SV "The workshops will demon-
strate important aspects of production and
marketing so the transition to those alterna-
tives will be successful."
Attendees will be able to choose four work-
shops from a list of 13 topics including:
"Worker Protection Standards: Requirement
Review", "Worker Protection Standards:
Train the Trainer Certification (English &
Spanish)". "Producing for Niche Markets
with Hydroponic Systems". "Profitable Plant
Alternatives". "Soils and Their Manage-
ment". "Food Safety and the Farm", "Small
Ruminants", "Fruit Orchard Opportunities",


"First Detector: Hands-on Disease Ident lica-
tion", "Basic Farm Arithmet ic". and "Ener-
gy Options for Your Farm: The Coming
Storm". Each workshop is designed to pro-
vide hands-on learning and useful informa-
tion to growers and others who are interest-
ed in exploring alternative enterprises and
practices.
"In today's economy of rapidly increasing
production costs, it is extremely important
that farmers diversify their operations.
seeking more profitable enterprises to meet
the consumer demand in local, niche mar-
kets," said Linda Landrun. a UF IFAS Multi-
County Extension Agent based at the
NFREC-SV
NFREC-SV serves the diverse agrIicultural
interests in the region including vegetables.
fruit crops, protected cultiu-e. forestry, forage
crops, and best management practices.
CEUs and CCAs will be available. The regis-
tration fee is $15 by November 5, 2007 and $20
after November 5, 2007 and includes lunch,
refreshments, and program materials. The
registration deadline is November 12, 2007 at
5 p.m. Visit http://nfrec-sv.ifas.ufl.edu or
email Karen Hancock at khancock@ufl.edu
or call (386) 362-1725 xl01 for more informa-
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Spotlight On Dixie


HABITAT FOR HUMANITY COMES


TO TRI-COUNTY AREA


From Left to Right are: Pat Kelly-Officer, Justin Carroll-Officer, Rich Lucas, Nancy Bell-
County Commissioner, Marcia Pollock, Susan Bartsch-President, Laura Fullen-Board Mem-
ber, Gene Pollock, Jackie Gilreath-Board Member Krista Shaver, Connie Brosam-the HFH
homeowner, her son Jacob, April Shaver with son Christopher, Bob Zerbe, Will Gilbert-Board
Member, Andrew Bill Cummings DeAnna Cummings, Arienne Snder and Phillip Snyder.
In the back are Paul and Jane Davis, and Dana and Callie Fields.


On Saturday, September 22, 2007 Habitat For
Humanity of Suwannee Valley held it's first
groundbreaking ceremony The event took
place on Highway 351 in Old Town, near
where it meets State Road 349. Connie
Brosam, who applied and was selected for the
program approximately one year ago was
present for the ceremony. With her were her
children April, Krista, and Christopher
Shaver, and Jacob Brosam, as well as many
friends and supporters.
Patricia Kelly, Justin Carroll, Dana and Cal-
lie Fields. Laura Fullen, Jackie Gilreath, Su-
san Bartsch, Bill and DeAnna Cummings,
and Will Gilbert were present to represent
Habitat For Humanity of Suwannee Valley
The Habitat For Humanity of Suwannee Val-
ley program was approved back in Septem-
ber of '06. Susan Bartsch says it was a lot of
.work getting approved, but now, one year af-
ter approval, they are about to build the first
Habitat house in the Tri-County area.
While they have many volunteers already, in-


eluding Dan Dobbs Construction of Trenton,
Ms. Bartsch said they are always in need of
more, especially anyone with construction
experience.
The Habitat For Humanity program selects,
families based on need, and ability to pay, the
selected family must also put in "Sweat '
Hours" in the community, this is usually
done working on other Habitat Houses, but
as this is the first one in this area, Connie
was able to achieve those hours through vol-
unteering in the local community Connie
and her daughter, April, will also be helping
any way they can in the construction phase
of the operation.
Meetings for Habitat For Humanity of
Suwannee Valley are held on the 3rd Mon-
day of every month at the Good Sheppard
Lutheran Church, 3 miles North of Wal-Mart
in Chieflanid. If you are interested in volun-
teering, you may contact Emily Burgner at
(352)-542-9100 or Marcia Pollock at (352)-493-
0209 or visit their website at www.habitat-
suwanneevalleyorg


Pictured above from Left to Right are Judge Fred Koberlein, Assistant State
Attorney Karen Hatton. new Assistant State Attorney Lucas Taylor,
For a while last Thursday, Dixie County was the home of the Florida Bar's newest lawyer.
Just before lunch, Lucas Taylor took the oath of an attorney administered by our County
Judge, Fred Koberlein. Mr. Taylor is a graduate of Florida Coastal School of Law. Until be-
ing sworn in, he has been employed by The Honorable Jerry Blair, our State Attorney as a
certified legal intern. Effective immediately, he will assume the duties of Assistant State At-
torney in charge of (misdemeanors. "I am proud to have had the opportunity to welcome Mr.
Taylor to membership in the Florida Bar." said Judge Koberlein. Mr. Ta\ lor thanked the peo-
ple in attendance for their support and announced, "I am ready to get to work."


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It was a fun filled day on
Friday, September 21, 2007
at Pro-Tire here in Cross
City The monster truck
rally was exciting and a
first in town. It was a nice
way to thank the cus-
-tomers back.
Tons of people were
found at this: event
throughout the day There
were a total of 423 people
that had checked in and a
total of 327 hot dogs given
out. That is a lot of dogs!
Plus over 200 tires sold.
The most popular tires
were made available for
half off; so many had tak-
en advantage of this great
deal.
Everyone had such a
good time, especially the
children. Tire Jack states
it was all about the chil-
dren and how they were
running around like "spi-
der monkeys" that made
it all worth it.
There were drawings for
prizes that allowed people
to purchase items for half
off. These items ranged
from impact guns to bicy-
cles all for half price. Pro-
ceeds from particular
items went to the Dixie
County Marching Band,
which raised over $500.00
dollars.
Tire Jack truly wants to
give thanks to Rodney
from Carroll Tire, William
from BWT Tire, Jeff Levy
from Deal Tire and Greg
from Koffman Tire for
their help and assistance.
Not only for the prizes,
but being on site and help-
ing with the sales. Not to
mention a thank you to
Jacks own family. Every-
one had pitched in and
helped to make this day
easy and fun for everyone.


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Pathways To Faith


.NT1N-nIXT TDrDo n ) D A DTPTQ TT1 TPTXATQ Ladies Fall Ball at First Baptist Church of Horseshoe Beach


BEHOLD THE TABERNA-
CLE OF GOD

The Natural Jew
I, the son of man, say we
have heard a lot about the
state of Israel. Some people
say watch these Jews for
God's way, and purposes can
be become known through
them. I think not, for these
acknowledge not the Christ
as the true one who came
and is come to give life and
that more abundantly. (Reve-
lations 3:9) Behold, I will
make them of the synagogue
of Satan, which say they are
Jews, and are not, but do lie.
The spirit here is addressing
the church at Philadelphia,
which is made up of both
natural Jews and Gentiles.
Not only are there Jews who
are not true Jews, but also
there are Gentiles who claim
a circumcision of the heart
and they arenot Jews either.
It is not natural Jew that we
should watch, nor the false;
Jew, but rather,, the inward
Jew, the real Jew. Only these
will overcome and become a
pillar in the temple of God;
only these are the Jews of
the New Jerusalem, which
comes down out of heaven
from God. Because of this
greater Jerusalem, the city'
of the Middle East has be-
come a type and shadow and
is therefore obsolete. Let us-
behold the new. I, the son of
man, say when the veil of
the old religious order was


rent m twam, a new way of
access was open into the
Holiest by the blood of Je-
sus; and within three days a
New Man, a New Temple,
came into being in the resur-
rection of Jesus Christ from
the dead. So, now once again
with the veil of the old reli-
gious order being rent asun-
der, a new way is being
opened up into the Holy of
Holies. Even the way of the
Melchizedek priesthood-and
it won't be long ere a New
Temple springs into being by
the resurrection of the body
of Jesus Christ, this time a
spiritual resurrection. For
this is the day and hour of
His appearing, the hour of
His spiritual visitation with-
in His saints. It is the day,
and the hour when Christ
shall be "formed within" his
people. It is the "out-resur-
,rection from among the
dead." I, the son of man, say
it is Christ, "the resurrec-
tion and the life", standing
in our midst. It is the seed
breaking forth into the
blade, the blade into the ear,
the ear into the full corn. It
is the caterpillar being trans-
formed into the butterfly and
breaking forth from the co-
-coon of death into the glori-
ous liberty of the atmos-
phere above; It is the day and
hour of the manifestation of
the Sons of God, when the
Son, Himself, shall be un-
veiled in the hearts and lives
of his many body Continued
next week.


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io(d the Tabernace of god are aid advertisements
andfo not i' ct the vitws of the ownership or staff
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The Word Made Flesh
"The Divine Trinity"
Continued from last week. I
the son of man, say in Jesus
Christ all the fullness of the
Divinity dwells bodily; and
many other things besides.
There by the "Son" is meant
the Hunan of the Father,
from these things it follows
that the Divinity and the
soul of the Son of God, our.
savior are not distinctly two,
but one and the same. The
Son of God is the Human of
God the Father, is fully "
shown above; for what else '
did Mary. the mother bring
forth than the Human in
which was the Divine from,
the Father? Hence from na-
tivity He was called the "Son
of God", for the angel
Gabriel said to Mary:- The
Holy One that shall be born
of thee shall be called the
Son of God. and the Holy
which was born from ilary
was the Human in which
was the Divine for the Fa-
ther. I the son of man. say
before the world was created
the trinity of God was not
the scared scripture teaches
that God is one, and reason
enlightened by the Lord sees
it there and thence. But that
God was triune before the
world was created, the Sa-
cred Scripture does not


, 'teach, and reason enlight-
ened there fore does not see.
What is in David concerning
the Son, "This day have I be-
gotten-thee," is not from eter-
nity, but in the fullness of
time; for the future in God is
present thus today; in like
manner as in Isaiah:- Unto
us a Boy is born, unto us a
son, is given, whose name is
God, Hero, the Father of
eternity. I the son of man,
say what rational mind,
when it hears that before the
creation of the world there
..- were three Divine Persons
called the Father, the Son,
and the Holy Spirit, does not
say within itself while think-
ing of them, "What is meant.
by a son born from God the
Father from eternity? How
could he be born? And what
is the Holy Spirit proceeding
from God the Father through
the Son from eternity? And
how could he proceed and
become God by himself? Or
how could a person beget a
person from eternity? And
-both produce a person? How
can three Persons of which
each is God, otherwise than
intro one person? And yet
this is contrary to theology,
and th is to that.' Please stay
up with me the next four
weeks. I want to showyou
something. Love 'you.


Please study the plan of


SALVATION


Hebrews 5:9, 11:6
Romans 1:16
1 Corinthians 15:1-4


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


John 16:6
Acts 4:12


Matthew 10:32-33

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

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


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What a nice day we had in God's house on Sunday! Our choir
and musicians did a fine job, and Aimee and April blessed us
with a beautiful special song. Bro. Billy then delivered God's
special message from John 3:16, leading to much self-examina-
tion. For the evening service, Bro. Dale "Flash" Riels filled in
for Bro. Billy, who was not feeling quite "up to par." Bro. Flash,
choosing his text from Mark 10:46-52, did a fine job, and we re-
ally appreciate his willingness to carry on God's work When
the need arises.

It is hard to believe how the year is flying...the month of Sep-
tember is almost gone! On Saturday, Sept. 29th, the Commu-
nity Sing will be held at New Prospect, beginning at 6:00 P. M.;
please come out and enjoy some fine gospel music and singing,
along with the good Christian fellowship.

We invite you to come and visit us at New Prospect any-
time...we had visitors again Sunday, and hope for many re-
turns, as we really enjoy your presence in our midst! Please be
diligent in your prayers for the many, many folks on the prayer
lists in need of them. Have a good week, and may God bless
and keep you safe.


FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS
First of all, we want to thank God for the wonderful rain He
sent our Way today How cleansing ,and refreshing it was.
The world took on a greener, fresher look because of it. We
needed it so badly Also, we had a great day at Faith today
Our number was large again and we had a large number of
visitors as well. We want our visitors to know how special
they are to us and we pray you were able to go away saying
"it was good to be in the house of the Lord". Our special mu-
sic today was especially good with our church combo doing 2
special instrumentals in the morning service along with Bro.
Jim Fisher singing "Farther Along"'. In the evening service,
Heather sang "I'll Be Back", Everyone did outstanding jobs.
It was a great day at Faith.
Our AWANAs group is still growing. Everyone is having
such a wonderful time on Wednesday night. We urge you to
bring your children, your neighbors children and invite a co-
worker, friend or relative to bring their children too. The
children are fed supper, and taught about Jesus. They do
crafts, play games and are just having such a fun time learn-
ing about Jesus.
Next Sunday will be our 5th Sunday and we will be observ-
ing the Lord's Supper in the morning service, followed by a
covered dish luncheon in the fellowship hall, and Sunday
night will be our 5th Sunday night sing. If God has given you
a talent and you wish to use it for Him, get in touch with Bro
Kacie so he can get you on the list to sing Sunday night. We
are so blessed at Faith with so much talent and He's given it
to people who will use it for Him. Come out and join in the
singing with us.
Remember this week to pray for the sick, bereaved and the
ones burdened down with problems. God is the answer.
Thank God for what He's given you and we'll be looking for
you next we6k in Sunday School and Church.


All ladies in the community are invited to join us at our Fall
Ball. Come and share with us as we learn to "Make a Differ-
ence". Invite a friend, neighbor or family member to come
with you.

Saturday, September 29, 2007
11:30 a.m. 2:30 p.m.

First Baptist Church
25 Highway 351
Horseshoe Beach FL 32648
352-498-0756

Lunch "A Taste of Italy" will be provided. There is no
cost, but if you would like please bring one or more of the
following items to be donated to the Florida Baptist Chil-
dren's Home:
Girls hair accessories, lip gloss, scrapbooking supplies
Boys cool t-shirts (WalMart has some funny ones), men's
toiletry products like "Axe" brand shower gel and deodorant
or any type of ball

If you need more information please contact Gwen Ellis at
386-454-1511/office or
352-498-5966/home


Cross City Pentecostal

Holiness Church

We had a great time yesterday in our Sunday
Service. Pastor Tyson ministered from
Matthew 4:18-22. Jesus has called us to be
fishers of men, and how for years we have
done our own thing. "You can't go with God
and stay where you are at!" You must be will-
ing to give up what you want to do to go
where God wants you to go. God told Abram
to leave his family and home and go where I:
send you. Abram went, not knowing where
he was going. He followed the voice of God.
Are you willing to follow where God is wanti-
ng to take you?

Thank you to our many visitors. We pray
you enjoyed your time with us. Come back
again soon.,

Pastor Louise Tyson

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Pastor- John Lunsford
(362) 542-8082


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


Central Baptist Church
Ir, eactionI of Camo S.1 A Hooresho Bpear.h Rd
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Pastof David B. Downing
(3521 498-0714


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Pastor Mike Brown
13521)498-517


First Baptist Church of Old Town
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Pastor Royce Hanshew
1352) 542-7050


Fh'at BaptkI Church of Stainhathee
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Polstor Leon Hokldn
(352) 499-2 108


Cross City Church of Christ FirstB sthurch oHoraeshoeBeach
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Minister Bill Ross Pastor Carlos M. Perea
(3e)33S8U (352) 498 0756

Cross City Church of God First United Methodist hurch
1Kenneh attree Coss Cit 22 NE 1385 t, Cmrons Cit
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Rev. Ed & Sylvia Ivey. Pastor Pastor Rev. Glenda Brayman
(352) 498-3280 3S2) 498420

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op rsr.,c.,, Vyeflomes you to come and worship
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Pastor astor -James Butl
(352) 498.43 (362)4984-77

Faith Baptist Church Lydia Baptist Church
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Rev. Jackie Pettrey, Pastor Pastor Wayne Allen
(352) 42-7103 (352) 498.617
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First Assembly of God
HWy., 351& CanpTvmo Rd. Cross Cy
Suotday School- 10A *Morning Wohlip -11A
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Rev. Marvin & Janice Parsey
(3S2)4984366


We love you and ask that
you pass this on.

God Will Bless You


MoCrabb Baptist Church
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Pastor Bruce Sullivan


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Pasto Billy Robsoni
1352i)49"-711


Old Town United Methodist Church
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Pastor Rev. Carl Ralnear
(352) 542-7954


Old Town Church of God

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Pastor Troy Ham
(352) 542.U22

Scrub Creek Baptist Church
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Pastor .7Bill Schnorbus
H (362) 4084M8C-(362)408-8874

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Obituaries & Church News


S rLARRY CURTIS WOODS r WILLIAM G. SIMMONS
"Uncle Bill"


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William Franklin
Thomas Denley was
born September 23,
2007 at 2:56 a.m. and
passed away on. Sunday, September 23, 2007
at 4:55 a.m. at Shands at the University of
Florida. He was 13 ounces and 10 inches
long. He is preceded in death by MoSe
Franklin Thomas, his grandpa.

William left behind a loving family: par-
ents, Angie and Joe Denley of Chiefland;
maternal grandmother, Pat Thomas of Old
Town; brothers, James Can-leron Norris of
Maine, Anthony Miguel Martinez, Jorge
Kaleb Mdrtihez, all of Old Town; sister,
Charlie Denley of Old Town; paternal gran-
mother Pat Pendlebury of Chieflahd; pater-
nal grandfather, Joe Denley. Sr. Of
Chiefland-, aunt & uncle, Jason and Rita of
North Carolina, James (Red) Denle'y of
Chiefland; uncle and aunt, Michael and
Pam Thomas of Old Town, Junior and Gid-
get Ximbrell of old Town, Bridget And
Clifton Grimes of Old Town, the late Lewis
,Thomas of Tennessee, Nita Thomas of Ten-
nessee, Corkey Thomas of Old Town,
Tonya Loll6y of Marianna, Florida and lot's,
of-cousins. We will all miss him,.dearly
and he is an angel now.

.-.,Funeral Services will be held gravesid e
Thursday, September 27, 2007 at 2 p.m. at
.,Scrubb Creek Cemetary With Brother Ju--
niot Kimbrell officiating.

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


FALL FEISTIVAL A!r MCCALUS CHAPIEL
The free food, I free funFall Festival at McCall's will
start at 11:00.a.m,. on Saturday, October 6, and will con-
tintie until we-are done.,,,
This is All event for our entire church serving area. So
come and let the ch ildren play in the obstacle course,
listen to live music, sit and relax for 'alwhile.
We are looking, for people who want to have-good
Christian fun'. 'We Wo-Idd lik6 to meet our'rieighbors,
wewotildliketomeetyoll-
Come for,, a moment, come for all day, but j'ust.come..
MqC.all', Chapel is a United Methodist Church located
at 7755 South State Road 349. thatis one mile North of,
hte Dixie County line, eight miles south of the inter-
section of 349 and'US 27, or about 11 miles northwest'
of ell.

lfae a question? Call Pastor Taylor at 386-935-0595. 1
We will see you on the 6th. of October.

Ie Timmons Family, would like to take this time to wor-
God for the blessings he has bestowed upon our lives to
encounterqueb nice and encouraging people that have pro'-
vided a gi-pat inspiration to our family throughout the years.
We WO LLId, like to take this time to thank our Pastor, Pastor.'
Peterson, forall the support she has given to our son Devin
Thnnions She has shown great acts of kindness in blessing,
him:and supporting him in, not only his sports endeavors,
btit also in I his everyd I aylife. She has provided whatever he
has askpd of her, whether itwas prayer, mentoring, encour-
agement, inspiration, or just a friendly smile. She -has given
h i in it all, and so much more; and for this our family is
grateful to her. We, the Timmons familv, aDDreciate. love.


Presented at the Cross City Seventh Day adveintisr Chimch
4 9r E. 14oth Street (Acrossftpm woody's Tar6ershoy), Cross City, EL 3.2 62 8
-052)498-3258


Gospel Sing"
Featuring, Hene-
gar'Generation'.,
''Gospel Singers:
September 29,
2007 at 7:00 P.M.,
Pleasant Hill Bap
tist Church
CR 232; Bell,
Plorida

Come out and be,
truly blessed.

DOWN HOME DAYS

Your Tri County Arts and
Crafts Festival is only 37 days
away. We would love to see
more of your handiwork. We
are look Mig for craft vendors
and food vendors.


Down Home Days is being host-
ed by the Trenton Community Church of the Nazarene in an effort to preserve the 23 year
history of this event. (Located 2 miles west of the traffic light in Trenton on Rt.26)

You will not want to miss this event which will feature live music, a crafts show, lots of
food and the opportunity to meet and greet friends, old and new.

'We have an abundance of parking and space for all events so you will not be crowded. For,
booth information call Merle at, 352-463-1057.


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fVVILLIAM
FRANKLIN
THOMAS
DENLEY


Larry Curtis Woods, 61, of Spr ing Hill,
Florida, formerly of Crab Orchard, West
Virginia, went home to be with the Lord.
Beloved father, grandfather,. brother, uncle,
passed away September 22, 2007 at 9:43 AM
after acourageous battle with 0sophageal
cancer.

He was born December 9,194 at New 'Rich-
mond, West Virginia. Son of the late
Robert and Violet Woods. In addition to his
parents Curtis was preceded in death by
his brother Clarence in 2004.

Curtis was last employed at'West Moreland
Coal Company, at Eccles, West Virginia.
His hobby was restoring old automobiles.

Those left to cherish his memoryinclude:
so ns, Keith (Maureen) of Raleigh, NC, Bob-
,'by (Tanya) of'Old Town, FL, and Tony of
Spring Hill, FL; daughter, Darlene of
Spring Hill, FL; grandchildren, Ashley and
Briana of Crab Orchard, West Virginia,
Shane, Kirsten and, Zackery of Old Town,
FL; mothers of his children, Cheryl Or-,
chard and Diane Doll; brothers, Ernie (Pat-,
ty),of- Crab Orchard,,West Virginia, Darrell
(Debbie) of jumpingBraiich, W-est Vir-'
ginia, James (Theresa) of Cool Ridge, West
Virginia,. sisters, Loretta (Cam) of Rich-
,field Ohio, Ruby (Lee) -of 'Vienna, West Vir-
ginia, Janet (Eddie) of Crab Orchard, West-
Virginia Brenda (Jim) of Crab; Orchard,
West Virginia; sister-in-law, Jeanette of
Beckley, West Virginia; many -nieces* and
nephew's'and his uncle Ronald'(Irene) Ad
kins and a host of friends.,

He'will be, greatly missed by those who
knew and loved him, but will forever re-
main in their hearts. He was a divine gift
to hisfamily,, And friends.

Funeral Services will be held graveside,
Wednesday, September 26, 2007. at 2PM I at
Fayetteville Ceme-tary in Old Town, FL
with Rev. Glenda Br4yman officiating. A
visitation,'will be hold prior to serviceson
Wed nesday, between the hours "of 12 noon
and 2PM at the Rick'Gooding Funeral
-,Home in Cross City.

Arrangements have been placed under the.
care of the Rick Goodn g Fuiieral home, US
19 Highway, Cross- City,,FL (352) 498-5400.


William G. Simmons, age 51, born August 5,
1956, to Eleanor Simmons of Cross City,
Florida and the late Richard Simmons of
Old Town, Florida, died ThursdaySe'ptem-
ber 6, 2007 at North Florida Hospital.

Mr. Simmons is survived by two sons;
James H. Simmons (Jim) of Cross City'.
Florida and Joshua D. Simmons of Kala-
mazoo,, Michigan,- two brothers,. Lynne Sim-
mons (B.J.) of Cross City, Florida and Alan
Simmons (Kathy) of Michigan, as well as
several nieces and nephews and several
great nieces and nephews.

Memorial'Services were held at the home
of Lynee and -B.J, Simmons'on Sunday, Sep-,
tember 9, 20077.

Special Thanks'to all who sent flowers,
food, cards, donations, and kind Words.

The Simmons Family.



IIARRY XRTH.UR DAVIS9,. SR.,'
HARRY- ARTHUR DAVIS, SR, 57, of Cross
City passedaw4,y. Saturday, August 25,2007,
at'Haven Hospice of Tri Countiesin
'Chieflaiid. Mr. Davis moved to Dixietoun-
22 years ago froin Tampa.

He is survi ved by sons-, Harry, Arthus.
Davis, Jr of Ft. White and"Greg Davis of.
Old Town; daughters, Angel Walker of
Cross City and Dawn Gunter of Ft White;
brothers, Bax ter, Davis, of Great Falls; Mt.
Richard Davis of Mt. PleasantTn, Tommy
Davis of Long Island, NY and.Billy Davis of -
NicholsviRe, Ky;13'g-rand.children and
friend of 30 years Willidiii Ames.'He'J-1s'pr6-._
ceded in death by son Tommy Davis and'
sister Donna Forsyth and friend 'of 30
years, William, Ames. According to the'
'Davis fain ily Mr.Ames passed.awAy, 30 min-
wes, after Mr. Davis and itloo"ked as if'they
will nowbe' friends
forever.

Arrangements have'bee'n placed under the
careof the Rick Gooding Funeral Home,
us,
Hwy 19"Cross City,"(352)498-5400.,


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Sports


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Buddy Martin Sunday Best/Florida Gators-Ole Miss, Sept. 23

OXFOHD, Miss
-Wake up the echoes from 1924 and tell the ghosts of Notre
Dame's Harry Stuhldreher, Don Miller, Jim Crowley and Elmer
Layden that Tim Tebow is ready to ride with them. College
football may have found its fourth horseman.

The Florida Gators, in fact, rode their horse to a pound-it-out,
hold-on-for-dear-life victory, 30-24, over stubborn Ole Miss on the
back and legs of their 6-3, 235-pound sophomore quarterback.
Tim Tebow ran the ball so many times that his head coach com-
plained about the danger of him becoming a "crutch."

Twenty-seven
times No. 15 pounded the ball against the Rebel defense for
record 166 yards, breaking a 40-year-old team mark by Larry
Rentz of 109 yards. It was Tebow left, Tebow right, Tebow up the
middle he carried the ball 11 times in the final period, including
;seven on those times on the 61-yard drive for a field goal that
gave Florida a little breathing room.

'We have to be very careful with using Tim too much," said Meyer.
'He's a crutch. When things got tough, he's the horse. He carried
27 times, which is far too much."

Maybe Tebow
was more like a pack mule, because out of Florida's 79 plays, he
either ran or passed the football 61 times. His Heisman-like total
yardage was a spectacular 427. And had he not been trying to put
the game away in the fourth quarter and kill the clock on the Flori-
da final drive, he may have cracked 500 yards.

The running-style of his left-handed phenom is old school. Tebow
either tries to run over tacklers at the boundary, or takes the snap
and paliently waits to see which way the blockers are flowing, then
tip-toes into the pile before thrusting his 235-pound into the scrum
and literally carrying tacklers with him. He makes coaches wonder
about the myth of fragile of quarterbacks. And yes, Meyer does
worry about getting him hurt.

Tebow is a throwback, more like Bronco Nagurski or'Jim Brown
than Peyton Manning. He wants the ball. He wants to win the
game. And he's "always in my ear." according to Meyer. As he


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So on a day when he wasn't
passing his best and he was
missing two of his key wide re-
ceivers (Andre Caldwell and Riley
: Cooper),. Tebow resorted to his
legs over his arm The safe play
Saturday was running Tebow.
Meyer felt like his quarterback
.was overstridingg" on some of his
throws and missed some deep re-
ceivers who were open. Had the
Galors taken care of business in
the second half and expanded on
their 27-9 lead with five minutes
* ''' "to play in the third quarter, they
wouldn't have overloaded their
pack mule.


Trouble is, the Gators couldn't get out of their own way and kept
allowing Ole Miss to get back in the game with sloppy play, such
as the 14 penalties for 127 yards.

If he was tired, Tebow didn't look or sound like it after the game.
He said he really wasn't aware of how many times he was carry-
ing the ball and wasn't sure if it was his own personal record, but
he knew his team needed to drive the ball as had been doing all
day and keep possession from a hot-handed Ole Miss quarter-
back, Seth Adams, who connected on a 77-yard scoring pass to
Mike Wallace.

As Ole Miss closed the gap, there was a moment of truth for this
young Gator team when some of that bad Mississippi karma came
into play. Here in this Magnolia State, where Florida has lost three
of their four games to either the Rebels or Mississippi State, past
Gator teams have been known to come unravel. Could they make
a big play on defense and stop the Rebels? Tony Joiner's fourth-
quarter interception 'answered that question.

Meyer knew that a case of the nerves was about to set in on his
young team "I kept telling Dan Mullen let's
not make our defense go out there again," said Meyer ... Let your
quarterback and your offensive line win the game and let your
young secondary go sit on the bench."

And so out came the human battering ram, The .Tebow-mobile,
ramming the ball for an average of 6.1 yards, including 18 carries
in the second half.

"We just tried to get out of there with a victory," said Tebow. "It was
a four-quarter fight. I wasn't really thinking about the number of
carries."

The closeout came on the last two drives with the 12-play drive
and a Joey ljjas field goal. Then the fake punt by Justin Sparks
and pass to Robert Lane which was stymied by the tackle of Jer-
maine Cunningham.

And, finally, the 7-play, clock-killer which ended with Tebow taking
a knee for the victory.


Son of an odd ending to a game with Tebow dropping to his
knee such passive maneuver for a human battering ram who
had just broken a 40-year old rushing record.

Quick Jump Starts

1. Lost in all the hubbub about the close game
and the spectacular play of Tim Tebow was the impressive first-
half play of Percy Harvin. who caught nine passes for 104 yards
and a touchdown.

2. Basically. LSU's Ed Miles oui-Spurriered
Sieve Spurrier in the first hall Saturday with a take field goal and a
backwards, no-look, over the shoulder flip by the holder to the
would-be kicker for a touchdown.

3. To
paraphrase the lead-of-an old New York sports
writer aboft the choking Brooklyn Dodgers: 'The tree that grows in
Boston is an apple tree."
4. All
it takes is a trip to Corky's Barbecue in Memphis,
and, sampling of the roast pork sandwich with cole slaw, plus a lit-
tle banana pudding, to understand why Elvis weighed 300 pounds.

5. Much
as I despise the unethical;way he eclipsed the home run mark, I
still think the Giants owed him a little more notice of not inviting
him back so that the fans could have said goodbye.

Short Stuff
When they asked Steve Spurrier if he'd best interested in
the LSU job should Les Miles go to Michigan, the Ol' Ball Coach
just couldn't resist a zinger: "This is my college job right here. I got
a lot more to worry about than Les Miles going to Michigan. Tell
LSU they had a shot at me back in 1986. I didn't even get a sec-
ond interview back then" ... If you don't think Urban Meyer
is concerned about the lack of pressure on opposing quarter-
backs, then consider this quote; 'This is, hitting game five now
and that'll cost us a game; I'm busy doing other stuff, and I don't
see the quarterback getting hit." He says he'll meet with his de-
fense line coach, Greg Mattison, next week to discuss the matter
.. Meyer admired Ole Miss 'coach Ed Orgeron's decision to for it.
on a fake
punt and pass, even though the Rebels didn't make it: "He's going
to try to win the game I would have done the same thing."

Bumper sticker, T-Shirt or Sign

.1 .Body by Fisher, belly by beer

2. So life has a hill. Get over it.

3. Y'dushould slip into something comfortable, like your
car, and leave

Today's Proverb
If you are willing to admit faults, you have one less fault
to admit.


Introduction

to the Internet

Workshop

Join us Friday,
Sept. 28,2001
At 10:00a.m.
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 about the In-
temnet and searching the
World Wide Web.

SPACE IS LIMITEDil

YOU MUST SIGN UP AT THE
LIBRARY OR CALL

M 2) 498-1219


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"Trili is Lhf f Li ,ei.s. We are a team, a fam-.
ily, wP ai v he Ci, C Cil, Devils." These
were the words Head ,,'i'i"h Willi, Cllin
spoke to his team on Saturday, at Hudson
Field, moments before their first practice,
Among those who showed up were Robert
Yarrel, Karl Nettles, Evan Creel, Luis San-
tiago, Terrance George, Daniel Speijers,
Charles ., leiit ini, i N!rc. James, Jeremy
Braswell and Corey Land. During this
meeting the players were introduced to
Tracy Collins, Donell Teague, and George'
Carraway, their Coaches. Elaine Ortiz-
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everything finally coming together. The
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Thursday September 27, 2007


MAX ORIDUASTUDE 'TS START NINTH GRADE
BUT WON'T FINISH TWELFTH, ACCORDING TO AL-
LIANCE FOR EXCELLENT EDUCATION
Federal Government Can Help by Expanding No Child Left Be-
hind to Include Resources and Support for High Schools

Washington, D.C. -This is a watershed year for American ed-
ucation, with Congress currently working on a renewal-of
the No Child Left Behind Act. In 2004, the last
year for which data is available, only 60 percent of Florida's
students graduated from high school on time. And about 34
percent of the students in Florida who started ninth grade
earlier this month read so far below grade level that they are
at serious risk of not graduating in four years.

"The poor graduation rate is a wake-up call that we can and
must do more to help our high school students," said Bob
Wise, president of the Alliance for Excellent Education and
former governor of West Virginia.' "All of us pay the price -
not just the dropout, who is looking at a severely limited fu-
ture, but also the rest of us, who need these new members of
the workforce prepared to support the nation in a twenty-
first century world that is becoming more and more competi-
tive."

The Alliance for Excellent Education, to help illustrate the
potential economic benefits of an improved high school sys-
tem that better prepares all high school students to graduate
prepared for college and work, calculates that:
* Florida would save almost $1.5 billion in health care
costs for each class of dropouts, over their lifetintes, had
these dropouts stayed in school and earned their
diplomas.

* Florida households would have almost $4.5 billion more
in accumulated wealth if all heads of households had gradu-
ated from high school.

* Almost $15 billion would be added to Florida's economy
by 2020 if students of color graduated at the same rate as
white students.
* If Florida's high schools graduated all students ready
for college, the state would save almost $194 million a year in
community college remediation costs and
lost earnings.
* Florida's economy would see a combination of savings
and revenue of more than $506 million in reduced crime
spending and increased earnings each year if the male high
school graduation rate increased by just 5 percent.

Wise said, "While well-intentioned, the current NCLB simply
does not address the dropout problem and permits far too
many students to leave high school without an.
adequate education. Congress has the opportunity, right at
this moment, to ensure that the law extends to all students.
Now is the time to build on the ideals of 'No Child Left Be-
hind' and pass legislation that leads the nation toward 'every
child a graduate."'


Steps You Can Take To
Encourage Literacy

(NAPS)-Read all about it.
There are a number of prac-
tical ways parents,can nur-
ture and encourage literacy
in their home and communi-
ty
Here are some tips:
Set aside some
time-even if it's 15 min-
utes-to read with your child
every
day Try
to make
it the
same:
time in
the
same
place.

Encour-
age chil-
dren to
read --
words
that
they see
around them-on street
signs, billboards and T-
shirts.
* 'Find at least one sto-
ry from the newspaper or a
magazine to read with your
child every week. Give teens
articles about things that in-
terest them-music, movies,
TV and computers.
* .Set an example for
yoir child and demonstrate
t ho importance of reading in
your life.
* Volunteer your time
with literacy groups in your
community. You can make a
contribution by tutoring
adults, reading to children or
helping out with administra-
tive tasks.
* Write a letter a week
with your child.
wt Encourage your
child to watch captioned tele-
vision programs and DVDs.
Studies conducted by the Na-
tional Captioning Institute
(NCI) and others indicate
that children and adults can
improve their literacy skills
by viewing television pro- "
gramming with captions.
According to the NCI, cap-
tioned television programs
and entertainment create a
rich learning environment


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HOMECOMING
SCHEDULE
THURSDAY, SEPT. 27

6:00 PMBEAR GROW @ DCHS GYM, $2.00
ADMISSION
7-30PMJVFOOTBALL GAME VS. FORT WHITE

FRIDAY SEPT. 28
12:45EARL RELEASE
1.-30 PARADELZNEUP
3.00 PARADE
6OO0 PREGAME
7-30 VARSITYFOOTBALL VS.
JEFFERSON COUNTY


"TAKZN' EM DO WN FOR THE
CR0 WN"1

There will be a homecoming dance
in the gym and an Alumni/ reception
in the library after the game.

The Dixie County High School Varsi-
ty Bears football team would like to
thank Randy King of King's BP Oil
& Tire Service and Randy and Pam
Music
for providing the meal for the foot-
ball team before they traveled to
Mayo,
Friday night.

Thank you for your continued sup-
port of Bear Football.

Sincerely,

Varsity Football Team & Coaches


by allowing students to hear
the words, see the words as
captions and experience the
meaning of the words by
watching the images on the
TV screen.
According to academic ex-
pert Helen Eotfnet; Ed.D,
"Overwhelming evidence in-
dicates that repeated view-
ing of captioned programs
leads to reading fluency. Par-
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use captioned programming
to motivate and educate
young readers."
This approach to enhancing
reading comprehension has
been used to create a series
of DVDs that add captions to
popular children's and fami-
ly films in a way that both
entertains and educates.
Some say that with their
multi-sensory presentation
and captivating entertain-
ment qualities, the Follow
Along DVDs have the poten-
tial to enable children to
read with confidence. Each
film in the lineup is avail-
able in both English and
Spanish.
Recent films in the series-
created and produced by
Twentieth Century Fox
Home Entertainment and
MGM Home Entertain-
ment-include favorites such
as "'Anastasia," "Ferngully:
The Last Rainforest" and
"Garfield The Movie." To
learn more, visit the Web
site at www.foxhome.com

Experts say that evidence in-
dicates that repeated view-
ing of captioned programs
can enhance reading skills.


Need to Know Info This Week

Sept 27 JV football against Ft. White 7:00 pm
Volleyball vs.Chiefland 5:30/7:00
RRMS Volleyball at Lake Butler 5:00
Sepf 28 Homecoming against Jefferson
County
Volleyball at Santa Fe (Varsity)
Sept 29 Volleyball at Santa Fe (Varsity)
Oct 1 RRMS Volleyball vs. Starke DH 5:00-
Oct 2 RRMS Volleyball vs. Oak Hall DH 4:30
Oct 3 Early Release Day
Oct 4 RRMS Football at Oak Hall 6:00


W flat SForr Lunch.
Monday
Lunch: Chicken Fajita W/Tortilla, Lettuce, Tomato & Cheese'
I Or Bbq Beef On Bun, Steamed Corn, Frozen Fruit Juice Bar I
~I Tuesday
S' Bkft: Cheese Toast I
Lunch:
Roast Turkey W/Rice & Gravy, Ww Roll Or Burrito W/Salsa,
Green Beans, Chilled Fruit I
Wednesday
| Bkft: Scrambled Eggs t
S ****Early Release****
Lunch: Cheeseburger On Bun W/Trimm Or Manager's
Choice, French Fries, Ice Cream, Fruit Juice
Thursday
Bkft: Waffles W/Syrup
Lunch. '
IBeefaroni W/Hot Roll Or Bbq Beef On Bun, Steamed Carrots, I
Chilled Fruit
I Friday I
SBkft: 2 Jelly Biscuits
I Pizza Or Manager's Choice, Fresh Garden Salad W/L.F.
I Ranch Dressing Or Hot IVeggie. Fruit Juice '
**Daily Btreatfast Chioice Of Cereal, Toast, Fruit And Milk**
I**Daily Lunch Choices Of Fruit And Milk**
"'Additionol Entree Choices Art Availatle At Dchis &
"Rrit' 11.4ia Carte Itetes Sold Sepuratelh'* "
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ing eope for treating them to
a dinner be ore the games: f'oy 'Rollison and'Di.xie
'Pest Controlat Smokey's, Cheeks
at SubWay, andcPhilip 'Br yan andCo. for Sonic.
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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@hotmail.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.


Nature Coast Middle School


Located on a quiet, 5-acre campus just north of Chiefland. NCMS is a free public school
that is privately operated in order to provide small classes and innovative programs in the
arts, sciences, and technology. We offer a caring, individualized approach 'to education
with the most up-to-date curriculum and programs to help our students prepare for the
challenges of high school and beyond.


* Excellent, highly qualified Our Courses
teachers + Language Arts


* An average class size of 15
students.

* Opportunities for advanced
classes and enrichment.

All-boys and all-girls classes in
language arts, math, & science.


+ Mathematics: Algebra Readiness
+ Social Studies: American History & Civics
+ Science
+ Research & Critical Thinking
OR Intensive Reading & Tutoring
+ Electives: Physical Education, Piano, Guitar,
Voice/Choir, Art, Dance, Drama, Computer
Technology, Woodshop, Newspaper, Around the
World (Cultures)


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that a college degree pays off,
but how do you pay for college?
It's a problem facing tens of.
thousands of Ohio fani lie-
struggling w ith hoa they 're go-
lig to pa\ for college. ,
" Ohioans know tthe importance
of college, yet we still have fam-
ilies who aren't prepared," says
Jackie Williams, executive di-
rector of the Ohio Tuition
Truti Author it.. which was cre-
ated by the state's General As-
sembly to help families pay for
higher education.
Williams' solution: the Authori-
ty's CollegeAdvantage 529 Sav-
ings Plan-applicable towards
tuition, room and board at any
college in the country.
While most states offer such
plans, either to their own resi-
dents or even nationwide,
Ohio's tax-advantaged 529 is a
standout-especially for in-
state contributors, who receive
both a state and federal tax
break. Little wonder, then, in
also citing its "low costs" and
many options, that the respect-
ed financial Web site Morn-
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find the plan "tough to beat.".
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Lots Of Options
Ohio families can open a 529
with as little as $15 and choose
from investment options man-
aged by The Vanguard Group,
Putnam Investments or Fifth
Third Bank:
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Each of the six offerings in-
vests in a predetermined mix of
stocks and bonds. Asset alloca-
tion remains the same through-
out the life of the account, re-,
gardless of the beneficiary's
age.
Bank Options-Fami-
lies can opt for Fifth Third 529
Certificates of Deposit (CDs)
that, once matured, can be
withdrawn, reinvested in a dif-
ferent CollegeAdvantage option
or left in an FDIC-insured, no-
fee Fifth Third 529 Savings Ac-
count.
* Cash, Bond and Equi-
ty Options-There are seven
capital preservation and fixed-
income (bond) choices, includ-
ing the Vanguard Prime Money
Market option that invests in
short-term money market in-
struments. Another 11 options
invest in all equity mutual
funds.
Tax Breaks
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pay no taxes as their funds
grow, and qualified with-
drawals are exempt from feder-
al and Ohio income tax. Also,
it's the only plan that provides
for an annual state of Ohio tax
deduction as high as $2,000 per
child-for anyone contributing
to the account. Contributions

over $2,000 per child can be car-
ried over into future years.
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www.collegeadvantage.com or
call (800) AFFORD-IT.


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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 November 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.
Applications 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.
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Grief support groups forming-
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 Rehabilita-
tion- Tuesdays from Oct. 2 to Nov. 13
from 2:30 to 4p.m.
Please contact Anne E. Stephenson,
LCSW at (352) 493-2333 for more in-
formation.

23rd Annual Down home Days -
November 3, 2007. The host and lo-
cation 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 dis-
play and sell their crafts. There will
also' be lots of music, games for the
kids, food vendors dhd 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 vendors please
call Merle at 352 436 1057.
Meals on Wheels in Suwannee -
right now, there are no Meals on
Wheels community serving site in
Suwannee, Florida. Still, there are
mania se'nioii in th,:- ommuniti
that iaotd btnefit froni the service.
A surveyLi being conducted by Dr
Michael L. Lowery, Senior Pastor at
Suwannee Fellowship to determine
who and how many in the Suwan-
nee vicinity may desire to receive
the service and how many volun-
teers may be willing to help offer
the program. If you are a senior and
interested in receiving the Meals on
Wheels program, or would like to
volunteer in offering the program.
:call 3"52 42-56 or email d:i-a
tor(aiaol.com. Ufn

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

Basic Computer Skills Work-
shop- Join us Friday, September
28th, at 1:00 pm., at the Dixie Coun-
ty Public Library for a FREE work-
S shop. This workshop is geared for
adult beginners with little or no ex-
perience who want to learn basic
computer skills. SPACE IS LIMIT-
ED. YOU MUST SIGN UP AT THE
LIBRARY OR CALL 352-498-1219.

36,37,38,39,40
Holy Cross Catholic Church -
Bingo every Tuesday evening 6p.m -
US. 19. Doors open at ,6pm.- snacks
available. Free coffee. Rosary every
Tuesday at 3:pm. 352-498-5617. :
Scrap Booking- In Starts with a
Story.... and ends with a legacy.
Learn how quick and easy it is to
preserve your memories in keep-
sake albums for generations to
come. Workshops are designed to
help you organize your, photos,
learn new techniques, and to pro-
vide a time and place for you to
work on your albums. September
Workshops, Friday, September 28th
Gilchrist Library in Trenton 10-
2:00, Introductory Workshop/Crop-
FREE Scrap booking tolls are pro-
vided at all workshops, and no expe-
rience is required. For the free In-
troductory 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 preg-
nancy test & confidential counsel-
ing. Office hours: Monday &Thurs-
day, llam-4pm. Look for our sign on
Hwy 19, across from Dixie Co. High
School. (352) 498-7776.
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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 Associa-
tion, Inc is hosting the first annual
Open Hereford Show on Friday, Sep-
tember 28, and Saturday September


29 at the Suwannee Livestock Pavil-
ion tn Fanning Springs, FL. for in-
formation about the First Annual
Open Hereford Show, contact Ray
Hodges at 352-542-7135 (evenings) or
Nicole Spencer at 352-542-8939.
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post
#5625, Chiefland, would like to an-
nounce the annual Voice of Democ-
racy and Patriot's Pen Scholarship
Awards. Applications are available
at the local high and middle schools
or contact Jacob Wynn, 352-493-1159
at the VFW. The Voice of Democra-
cy theme for this year is "My Role in
Honoring America's Veterans". Stu-
dents in grades 9-12 are encouraged
to participate. Patriot's Pen theme
is "Why I A m an American Patri-
ot". Students in grades 6-8 are en-
couraged to participate. The dead-
line for both contests is close of
business, October 29, 2007. Please
ensure all tapes, and essays, are
turned in to you school counselor or
VFW representative listed above.
Run until October 29

Dixie' Music Center's 16th An-
niversary Extravaganza Dixie
Music Center will celebrate their
16th year in business with their an-
nual music bash. The event is Sat-
urday October 13 and is held on the
wooded property adjacent to the
store, which is located on US 191/2
mile south of the Old Town light,
across fro the weigh station. The
store will open at 9:00am, with live
music starting at 9:30. until about
4:00. Featured acts on this year's
show include the Mercy Mountain-
Boys, Tyler Cole, the K-9 Band,
Grupo Flechazo, Dotti's Doo Dah
Band, and Wendy with Jim Terry
and special guests. There will be
drawings for prizes including a
Fender Stratocaster guitar. There is
no cost to enter, but there are re-
strictions. The event is free and
open to the public. For more info
call (352) 542-3001
NOTICE, NOTICE, NOTICE The
Dixie Shrine Club is having a break-
fast and yard sale on the 13th of Oc.
tober Breakfast wivi. start at 8am
and last to llam The cost is 4.00 for
all you can eat. We will have eggs.
bacon, sausage, hash browns, bis-
cuits, and our famous biscuits and
gravy: The multi family yard sale,
will be from 8am to 1pm with lots of
good things to sell. So come on out
and eat breakfast and shop till you
drop. Location HWY, 35L, 2 miles
North of Cross City For more infor-
mation call 498.30131

GUN SHOW and Dixie Fall Festi-
val Saturday October 1,3th, 9-5, and
Sunday October 14 Noon till 5pm.
$3.00 admission to Gun Show; Trial-
riders Club. US 19 98 to Airport
Road. Cross City

19th Annual fall harvest &
Peanut Festival October 6, Lin-
ear Park in downtown Williston,
rides, Music, Crafts, Vintage Cars
and Antique Tractors will also be
there for you entertainment. Come
and visit the Mobile National
Peanut Tour Museum and learn
about the history of the peanut. For,
morp information log onto
Sww wilitonfl coi or call the
Willicton Area Chamber of Com-
merce (352) 582-5552.

Nature's Coast 7th annual KOI &
Goldfish Show October 6-7, Cadil-
lac Motel in Fanning Springs. For
more information contact Martha
Foster at (352) 542-8925

Fall Festival & Gun Show 'Octo-
ber 13, Something for everyone.
TrailRiders Club in Cross City. For
more information call' Bob Ander-
son (352)542-9079/
Fall At The Farm October 13, A.
benefit for Haven Hospice at the
Historic Drummond Farm in
Chiefland at 5:30pm for more infor-
mation call (352),271-4662.

Cedar key 38th Annual Seafood
Festival October 20-21, 9:00am -
5:00 pm. Over 200 arts and crafts ex-
hibits, all types of seafood, live mu-
sical entertainment and parde on
Saturday Open House at the Light-
house on Seahorse Key, the big is-
land 3 miles west of Cedar Key.
Shuttle boats are available. For
more information log onto
www.cedardev.org or call (352) 543-
5600.

7th Annual Breast Cancer
Awareness Weekend October 20,
Tidewater Trail head in Goeth State
Forest. Presented by the Levy Coun-
ty Horse Club in conjunction with
Forest Awareness Month. For more
information log onto www.fla-
horse.corn or call Terry Shehand
(352) 955-6265.
Loving Stitches Quilt Show Oc-
tober 26-27, First United Methodist
Church, presented by the Spring-
house Quilters Guild. For more in-
formation call Ruth at (352) 463-8804.

4th Annual Nature Coast Bird-
ing and Wildlife Experience Oc-
tober 26-29, Activities & schedule
are listed on the NCBWE website at


www.ncbwe.com or call (352) 543-
5600

23rd Annual Down Home Days
Arts &.Crafts Festival-November
3, hosted by the Community Church
of Nazarene 2659 SR 269 West ;.
9:00am- 3:00pm. For more informa-
tion call John Yencho (352) 463-7282
or Merle Goodrich (352) 463-1057
Annual Shriners' Cane Grinding
- November 19-23, Shrine Club on
Hwy 26 West. Watch, learn and taste
as the fresh cane syrup is made.
Also call about the Thanksgiving
dinner at the Shriner's Club on No-
vember 22, For more information
contact Bobby Heath (352)542-9284
Firewalkers Legacy Inter- Tribal
POW POW November 23-25, at
Hart Springs, 10:00am-till dark. Join
the fun at the inter-tribal celebra-
tion: full traditional attire, regalia,
crafts, music, drumming and dance.
For more information call Helen
Blair. (352) 463-7321,
National Life Chain Sunday,
2007, October 5th (2:00-3:00) Cross
City Bell & Mayo- Our "New Life
Crisis Pregnancy Center" will host
an open house following the LIFE
CHAIN at 3:00pm.





YARD SALE! Bryans Laun-
dromat across from McDon-
ald's. Saturday the 29th from
8 til ? Baby items and lots, lots
more!

Services^--,


HOMESTAGING & DECO-
RATING OLD FLORIDA
STYLE Homes. Offices,
Restaurants, & Condos. Call
Ruth Ann Lovelace 352-498-
9944 or 352-226-7149. Email
lovelacefa'ao'vahoo.com
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BOBCAT SERVICE Palmet-
to removal. site prep, fence
lines cleared, back yard ponds
dug, heavy bush hogging,
FREE estimates' cell 352-665-
8609..
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HANDYMAN SERVICES -
carpentry, mental roofs, addi-
tions, proches, reinodeling.
decks. FREE ESTIMATES.
Call 352-949-2292 0 352-463-
6439.
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PAINTING PRESSURE
WASHING Pool and patio
deck building, and home im-
provement. Dependable fully
insured. Call Shamrock ser-
vices 352-463-1212
Ufn

DIXIE MONUMENTS serv-
ing Nlorth Central FL for 16
years. Open Tuesday-Friday
8-4. Saturday 8-12 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. Ufh

-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. Ufrn

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.freshair-
living.com/jimhurst (pass-
code "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 where
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 allyou need to
get yotu started. For more info
call Ruth Ann Lovelace. Home
staging and decorating 352-
498-9944. Cross City. FL 32628.
35.36,37.38.39.40,41.42

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,;
11am-4pm. Look for our sign
on Hwy 19, across from Dixie
County High School. ufn


SHOWERS OF BLESSINGS
CUSTOM WATER TREAT-
VIENT
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
no money down and low, low
payments. Why rent when
\ou can own your won? Cat
today 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. Ufh

Scrap Metal Appliances
and Vehicles will pick up for
free- Eric 352-949-4131
40,41

Musical Items Guitar, Bass
& Keyboard Lessons avail-
able. Qualified instructors.
Dixie Music Center, Old Town
542-3001 40,41,42
!!GOOD WATER!!
*From your well water
pump*
$775.00
NEW Technology
cuts. costs, Removes IRON,
SULFUR, Reduces HARD-
NESS, 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 &
surrounding counties.)
Other systems available to
handle Tannin, Manganese
and extremely high iron.


2 & 3 BDR HC & non_HC Ac-
cessible apts. Rental assis-
tance may be available. 231
NE 97th Street, Cross City, FL
call 352-498-3175, TFDD/TTY
711. Equal-Housing-Opportu-
nity
ufn
COURT HOUSE SQUARE,
CROSS CITY-Professional
Office % of Building Avail-
able. Faces Courthouse Park-
ing Lot. Great Location...His-
toric Brick Building-
Tile/Hardwood Floors. Sepa-


rate Entryway divided into re-
ception area & 2 large offices.
$500/month including utili-
ties 352-328-1405 UFN

2/2 MH on 7 acres located in
Old Town, $600/MO; ist mo.
plus $500 Security Deposit to
move in,' Call 386-937-5419

FREE RENT! A new store lo-
cated in Horseshoe Beach
with the first 2 months free.
Would make a great beauty
shop, outboard motor repair
shop, etc. Act now! This is
the last store available in the
plaza! 352-498-5986

ICE CREAM SHOP for rent.
Fully equipped and operating.
Located in Horseshoe Beach.
Can be operated full or part
time. Call 498-5986 for infor-
mation.


Beef lor Freezer
$1.25.00 lb. Live weight plus
slaughter, cut and wrap.
Grain fed, no hormones. %, %
or whole. Evergreen Farm.
352-542-7135 or 352-498-7067. :
S Urn ., .

1981 35-foot Avion Travel
Trailer. Excellent condition.
New stove. New hot water
heater New tires and wheels.
Located in Steinhatchee,
Florida. Photos available
upon request. $5.200. 423-243-
4252 37.38. 39. 40

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

Van 1997 White Plymouth
Grand Voyager- Auto V6-7
Passenger- $154,000 miles -
$3,00000.- 498-0322.
39,40

"1989" -Bass Boat, 150 HP
Evinrude Trailer,: Many ex-
tras. extra clean, runs excel-
lent!- Call 542-3117 for more
info. 40,41


MENTS i' Gini's Nail Spa &
Facial Studio Cross City,
"Shut In Spa Services". "Spa
Service To Go" & "Mary Kay"
(352) :3561381. -Ufn


HUUSiEEEPERE needed,.
honest, dependable, reli-
able, apply in person at 228
NE Hwy 51, Steinhatchee
Landing Resort 352-498-
3513 Urn

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 Ufn

CDI Head Start serving Lev,
Dixie, & Gilchrist Counties
has the following immediate
openings. No phone calls, ap-
plications may be picked up at
Head Start, 9051 NE Hwy 27
Alt. In Bronson or at 420 NE
106 St in Cross City (Oliver
Center). CDI is an Equal Op-
portunity 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 further
information contact Beverly
Miller, 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 comm mission fax
resume 498-0420 or email -
editor,"''dcadvocate.net Ufn

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


P o


DOMESTIC VIOLENCE &
SEXUAL ASSAULT SER-
VICES: TIndiVidual 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. SexualAs-
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
et. Don't wait.



MORTGAGES-Piurchase, 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




Petitioner George W We-
ber of St. Petersburg,
Florida is attempting to
contact Richard Carpen-
ter, the previous owner 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









The Dixie County Advocate Thursday September 27, 2007


www. dcadvocate. net


School Sports


Bears Rout Devils at Williston 30-20


KENNY UPSHAW FOOTBALL


it 1;


Catch Himlif You Can!


All photos courtesy of Chuck Elton


Question: What do these things have in common? Rain, Dixie County Bears and Rodney
Scott.
Answer: Things that spoil your Homecoming. Just ask the Red Devils!

It wasn't just the rain that put a damper on the Williston Red Devil Homecoming festivities;
the Dixie County Bears spoiled the Devils' chances at victory last Friday night in Williston
as well. Maybe it was retribution for the Bears losses to Newberry and Lafayette, or maybe
the team has finally worked out the kinks in their game plan, but whatever the case, the Dev-
ils are probably wishing the Bears just stayed home. The Bears put on a show that. so far, has
been the best game they played all season. The game wasn't flawless though, as the Bears
loaded up the penalty wagon (12 for 110 yards) and had some errors in their play execution
(four fumbles). One thing was for sure, the Bears' offense finally opened the door for Rodney
Scott to carry 37 times and post well over 260 yards during the game. During the second half,
Scott plowed his way through the Williston defense time after time and ended the night scor-
ing three touchdowns. Due to the weather conditions, Quarterback Kameron Keen wisely
kept the ball on the ground, but did break out with a few pass plays, including one to Steven
Godbolt who scored just before the end of the third quarter.

The game was exciting to watch as the Bears capitalized on the mistakes made by the Devils.
From recovered fumbles, to a forced touchback late in the last quarter, thanks to an aggres-
sive hard-hitting defensive line, the Bears showed they have the ability to make plays hap-
pen. Kenny Miller literally "kicked it up a notch" as he put the pigskin between the goal
post three out four times.

After the game Coach Wilkerson addressed the team telling the boys, "We beat a good Willis-
ton team tonight even with the turn-overs, somehow or other we got it done...I'll tell you
how, last week we went from a defensive line that was. manhandled to you all winning this
game (defense line). The defensive line buckled down when they had too and the offensive
line opened up huge holes for Rodney to go through." Wilkerson also told the team "This is a
big win, beating Williston is a real good win. We still need to play with more poise at the end
of the game, but that's eight wins over the Devils.. .they're starting to wonder if they can
beat Dixie County!"

All said and done, the Bears came out and played a good game against an athletic, well-
coached Williston team and beat them on their own turf...job well done Bears! This week we
take on the orange and blue of Jefferson County in otur own Homepoming game,.show your'
spirit for the black and red and come out for more great Dixie County football...GO BEARS!


Dixie County at Williston *
Offense
Last Name, First Name Rshs'
AikenEarl 1. 2
Evans Jacob 1
Godbolt,Steven .4
Keen,Ka ieron 2
Osteen,Glendon
Scott,Rodney 35
Team Totals 43
Scoring
Last Name, First Name Rsh TD
CorilnCory
Godbo ItStven 1
Team Totals 4


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1
3
4


PAT Kck Made


Recv Nuni Recv Yrds


1 17
1 17


PAT Kck Att Cony Rush Safties Points
6
2
1 20 '
1 1 30


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Yrds

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7 7
8 9
Tckls Asst
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7 '15
7 4
2 20
1 7
1 9
1 4
4 9
15 47
4 13
1
1
1 2
2 4
3 12
11 29
1 1
1 4
3
10 3
8 3
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3.0
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2.0
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1.0
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For Dixie's teams, the (lay started out with the Fighting Bears playing the Pirates. The first
half saw a lot of action but only one touchdown by the Fighting Bears. With a two point con-
version, the score stood at Fighting Bears 8 and the Pirates 0 when the buzzer sounded for
the half.

With less than a minute left in the third quarter, Fighting Bears quarterback Cameron Mc-
Fall connected with Travis Pleasant on the 10 yard line for the second TD of the game. The
Fighting Bears failed to convert on the extra point and the quarter ended with the Fighting
Bears ahead 14-0.

With four minutes left in the third quarter, running hack Clifford Jackson takes the handoff
and runs 60 yards for another Fighting Bears touchdown. The Fighting .Bears do not get into
the end zone for the extra point and win the game 21-0 over the Pirates

The second game of the game pitted the DC Grizzly Bears against a much bigger Chiefland
[ndians. Although the Indians did not enter the end zone untouched, the Grizzly Bears fail-
ure to wrap up the tackle allowed the Ind ian. to score four touchdowns. A couple of critical
mistakes early in the game also delayed the Bears from scoring.

[n the fourth quarter the Grizzly Bears drove down the field and Roderick Dawson took the
ball to the goal line. The kick for the e'tra point fell short and the Grizzly Bears lost to the
Chiefland Indians 28-6.


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RRMS vs.

STARKE ,


KUTH RAINS LUSEIS ULUOSE ONE
TO STARKE 16-15

Ruth Rains Middle
School got off to a
good start with a
Safety on Starke Mid-
dle School. The ..
Rangers'drove down
the field from the
kickoff to score a
touchdown before the
end of the first quar-
ter. Javonta Jones
ran the ball in to
make the score 9-0.
Neither team was
able to mount an suc-
cessful attack during A
the second quarter t
arid the Rangers went
in at half time ahead


But Starke came out
in the third quarter
and score a touch-
down and a two point
conversion, closing
the gap on the
Rangers 9 -,8. Starke '
then opened the
fourth quarter with a touchdown and
two point conversion, pulling ahead of
the Rangers 16-9.

But the Rangers were not through.
With less than three seconds on the


The RRtMS football team would like to once again
thank the wonderfulparents forfeeding us before our
game Cast week against Starke. ''hey were Lenton and
Candy 'Edmon s, Vernon and Meissa Long, andClay
andtlathy 'Thomas. Our burgers andhotdogs were
griCecby 'Mr. P.3J. 'lope anca.tr. Lamar. 'Nora Wim-
terfey ancdLaura Co son made delicious cookies and
brownies for dessert. Thanks to these yeople for support-
ing our team.

T'he RR'MS TootbafCllTeam, Coaches, &' Water girCs


Richard Koschatzky
Mortgage Consultant
Retail Division

g WACHOVIA
Wachovia Mortgage Corpororation
5136 Little Road
New Port Richey, FL 34655
Cell: (727) 481-8993.
1 richard.koschatzky@wachovia.qom
EQUAL "U http://richardkoschatzy.wachovialoans.com
LENDER


clock, #2 Javonta Jones, ran the ball
more than 40 yards to
score a touchdown as
time ran out. With
the score 16-15 the
I. n~ Rangers attempted to
!I tie the game with a
field goal. A lone
SB player from Starke
(#24) reached through
I the line and got. one
hand on the ball to
deflect Zach Cassidy's
-kick.


Zach Cassidy is the
younger brother of
"Kicker" Cassidy and
barring any injuries
should prove to be as
good as or better than
big brother. If any
football player needs.
inspiration, they
should have been at
this game to see #11,
Hunter Robson tackle


players that were
more than twice
his size and
weight.


T'ank you
County Commissioner
'Bud y. Lam6 .
for your continuedsupport of
the DC'lS 9Athltetic program
andfor feeding the team be-
fore Cast 'rlursday's game.

Trom Coaches &' Prayers of
3V TFoothbaf


'The JV cheerleaders woulcC ike to thank the
following peoe for treating them to
a inner before the games: tay 'Rollison and
'Dixie Pest Controlat Smokey's, Cheeks
at SubWay, and'Phil 'Bryan and Co.for
Sonic. Once again, thank you very much
for being so generous! It's greatCy
aypreciatedl!


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LealIs


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 ai 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
3y: Kim V. Wade
Deputy Clerk


Operating expenses;
General insurance
Maintenance and repairs
Total operating expenses
Capital outlay
Total fire control
Total public safety
Transportation
Road and street facilities
Personal services
Salaries
Retirement and medicare
Operating expenses:
Street lighting
Repairs and maintenance
General Insurance
Capital outlay
Debt service
Total transportation
Economic environment
Community Redevelopment Agency Transfer
to CRA Trust Fund
Physical environment
Mosquito control
Operating expenses:
Spraying fees
Chemicals and supplies
Spray meter maintenance
Capital outlay storage building
Total physical environment
Recreation
Operating expenses:
Utilities library
Supplies playground
Ball park
July 4th supplies
Christmas lights
Other expenses
Total appropriations
Reserve for oontingencies-ending cash
*Restricted reserves, ending
TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS AND RESERVES


$ 6,000
5,000
11,000
8,000
19,000
36,500


6.300
1,036
7,336
12,000
5,000
S6000
23.000
18.000
7.500
55,836


120,832



500
500
1500
1.500
256000
26.500


3,.600
2,000
1,000
3,000
2,000
2,500
14,100
386,376
41,624
156.000
S 563.900


ORDINANCE NO. 2007-09

An ordinance establishing te budget and prprprtions for the Town of Horseshoe
Boaoh, Florida, for the fiscal year 2007-2008 and setting the tax rate at 3,00 mills.
DE IT ORDAINED by the Town Council of the Town of Horseahoe Beach, Florida, as
ollow.l:
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 liabilities of the Town, be and
the same are hereby budgeted and appropriated for Corporate purposes and objects of amid
Town herein after specified for one fiscal year commencing October 1, 2007 and ending
September 30,2008.
TOWN OF HORSESHOE BEACH
OCTOBER 1, 2007 SEPTEMBER 30, 2008
GENERAL FUND
REVENUES
Taxes
Ad valorem taxes
Current ad valorem taxes 3.00 mills 214,486
Utility service taxes
Electricity 18,000
Propane 500
18,800
Local option gas tax 36,364
Total taxes 269,366
Licenses and permits
Local occupational licenses 100
TownS hare of County licenses 400
Building permits 3,000
Parking permits 2,600
Total licenses and permits 6,000
Intergovernmental revenue
State shared revenues
General government
State revenue sharing 5,365
Communiostions services tax 7,096
Mobile home licenses 00
Alcoholic beverage licenses 100
Local government half-cet sales tax 7,461
Total general government 21222
Dlxie County
Racing tax 2,500
infrastructure surtax 15,309
Total Dixie County 17,80
Total Intergovenmental revenue 30,031
Charges for services
Public safety
Fire protection services Dixie County 8000'
Miaelleneous
Interest emin os 3,000
Contributions 3,000
Other miscellaneous i SS0
Total miscellaneous 6,600
Total revenues 328,900


COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT TRUST FUND
ESTIMATED REVENUES
Tax Incremenat funds
Dixie County $ 402.,773
Horse.ahoSe .each 120,832
Total tax Increment funds 523,605
MIscellaneus '
Interest earnings 8,000
Total revenues ae1,6s6
Estimated beginning fund balance 350,000

APPROPRIATIONS
Transportation
Road and streetfacIlIties
Capital outlay 881 605O
Total expenditures 88160
SECTION 2. "Severability." If any section, subsection, clause, paragraph, sentence, phrase or
portion of this Ordinance Is for any reason held Invalid, unlawful or unconstitutional by any court
of competent jurisdiction, such portion shall be deemed a separate district and independent
provIsion and such holding shall not affect the validity of the remaining portion thereof.

SECTION 3. All Ordinances or part of ,any Ordinance in conflict herewith be and the name are
hereby repealed with the effective date ofthti Ordinance.

SECTION 4. For the fiscal year October 1, 2007, through September 30, 2008, there shall be
assessed, levied and collected upon all non-exempt real property within the municipal
boundaries of Horseshoe Beach, Florida, an ad valorem lax of 3.00 mills per dollar on said non-
exempt real and personal property,
THEREFORE. BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Horseshoe Beach,
Florida.

PASSED on the first reading in full this day of 2007.

PASSED on the second reading by title only on this_ day of _, 2007.

FINALLY adopted on the third and final reading after public hearing on this day of
2007. 2 ,
TOWN OF HORSESHOE BEACH, FLORIDA

Mayor

Council Member

Council Member

Counoll Member

Council Mumber


ATTEST:

Town Clerk


Estimated beginning fund balances:
Unrestricted
*Restricted
Total estimated fund balances
TOTAL REVENUES AND BALANCES
GENERAL FUND APPROPRIATIONS
General governmental services
Logalsl tiy
Town Council:
Salaries
Retirement and medicare
Total legislative
Financial and Administrative
Personal services:
Executive salaries-Town Clerk
Part-time salaries
Retirement and medicare
Total personal services
Operating expenses:
Auditing and accounting
Office supplies
Other expenses
Capital outlay
Total operating expenses end capital outlay
Total financial and administrative

Legal fees- retainer
Other expenses
Total legal counsel
Other general gorfnet
Operating expenses:
Insurance
Utilities
Communications
Repairs and maintenance
Other expenses
Cleaning
Total other general government
Total general governmental services
Public safety
Buialniooffiaghl
Personal services:
Salaries
Retirement and medicare
Contractual services
Capital outlay computer
Total protective inspections



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-time salary
Retirement and medicare
Workers compensation
Total personal services

APPROPRIATIONS
Operating expenses:
Contractual services plant
Professional services
Accounting and auditing
Communications services
Utility services
Insurance
Repairs and maintenance
Chemicals
Office supplies
Travel

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 of revenues over expenditures
Estimated beginning cash operating
ESTIMATED RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCY


FEDERAL JUDGE RULES THAT TEN




COMMANDMENTS DISPLAY CAN STAY IN




KENTUCKY COURTROOMS


Yesterday, Federal District
Court Judge Karl Forrester
of the Eastern District of
Kentucky ruled that a dis-
play of the Ten Command-
ments, together with other
historical documents in the
Rowan County Fiscal Court-
room, is constitutional. Lib-
erty Counsel represents
Rowan County, Kentucky, in
a lawsuit that was filed in
2001 by the ACLU of Ken-
tucky, claiming that the dis-
play violated the Establish-
ment Clause of the Constitu-
tion.

The display that Judge For-
rester upheld is a "Founda-
tions of American Law and
Government" display includ-
ing the Ten Commandments,
the Mayflower Compact, the
Declaration of Independence,
the Magna Charta,
the Star-Spangled Banner,
the National Motto, the Pre-
amble to the Kentucky Con-
stitution, the Bill of Rights
to the United StatesConstitu-
tion, and.a picture of Lady
Justice.

Public displays of the Ten
Commandments have en-
joyed unprecedented favor tn
both the courts and the legis-
latures since Mathew Staver
argued the McCreary County,
Kentucky, case at the U.S.
Supreme Court in 2005.
McCreary County involved -
the exact display that was
upheld by Judge Forrester
yesterday. The McCreary
County case is back at the
district court for another rul-
ing but is likely to return to
the Supreme Court, where a
majority is expected to up-
hold the display These dis-
plays are spreading through-
out the Nation. In 2006 the
Georgia legislature passed
a law allowing a similar dis-
play in government


buildings.

In 2005, the Sixth Circuit
Court of Appeals also upheld
the same Ten Command-
ments display in Mercer
County, Kentucky which Lib-
erty Counsel-defended. The
Sixth Circuit governs KY,
OH, TN and MI. Liberty
Counsel defended a similar
display in Elkhart County,
Indiana v. Books, that was
upheld by the Seventh Cir-
cuit Court of Appeals in
2005, which governs IL, WI
and IN.

The ACLU did not ask the
Supreme Court to review
these cases. The obvious rea-,
son is that the ACLU no
longer has a solid majority in
its favor on the High Court,
since Justice O'Connor re-.
tired, and is unlikely to win
any Ten Commandments
case that goes to the Court.
Liberty Counsel is also de-
fending a Ten Command-
ments monument in Dixie
County, Florida,
against an ACLU lawsuit.

Mathew Staver, Founder of
Liberty Counsel and Dean of
Liberty University School of
Law, commented: "The tide is
turning against the ACLU's
war on the Ten Command-
ments. Courts are returning
to common sense recognition
of the historical role of the
Ten Commandments and its
influence on American law.
The ACLU has been on a
search and destroy mission
to remove every vestige of
our religious history from
public view. The ACLU's at-
tempts to remove the Ten
Commandments are nothing
more than historical revi-
sionism at its worst. The Ten
Commandments played a ma-
jor role in the development of
American law."


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HARLES PARSON alakJ CJIARLES
LEE PARSON and RACHEL
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PRSON, their unknown qpousn. heir. deieen.
granilee. credilor, and all
rather Parfre- cleaning by through., jr
aeains them. JOHN DOE, JANE DOE
AND ANY KNOV'N OR UNKNOWVT TENANTS,
Defe.dants


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TO: CIHARLES LEE PARSON RA'CHEL PARSON
506 NT 4-53"" AVENUE alk'a RACHEL A. MARTIN PARSON
OLD TOR N, FLORIDA 32680 506 N1E.4533" AVENUE
OLD TOWN. FLORIDA 32680

S'O ARE NOTIFIED Ihat Complaint to Foreclose as to the follow ing described land,
u Disxe Cuuh., IoFlndu.
Those land% as desenbed in Ethibilt "A allached hereto and made
a part hereofhy reference.
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defeises, ifay.on RONALD SrTrENS. PlaintffeP aorney, w hose address i PoetOffice
Bot 1444. Bronson, F. 32621. on or before OCkk 2007. and file the original with the
Clerk of this Court enher before sersmce on Plaintifs aftorne or immediately hereafter.



4Aherwie a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaini

WITNESS my band and the seal ofIthis Coort on& 2007.

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR DIXIE COUNTY LORIDA


IN RE THE ESTATE OF:


Case No. 2007 -CP-92


DAVID K. DANIELS, JR.,
deceased. '

NOTICETO CREDITORS

The administration of the esitac ofDAVID K, DANIELS, JR,dcased, whose date ofdeath
was July 21, 2007, is pending in the Circuit Court for Dixic County, Florida, Probate Division, File
Number 2007 -CP-92; the address of which is PO Box 1206, Cross City, FL 32628. The names and
addresses of the personal representative and attorney for the personal representative are set forth below.

All creditors of the decedent and other persons who have claims or demands against
decedent's estate, including un-matured, contingent or unliquidated claims, and who have been served a
copy of this notice must file their claims with this Court WITHIN TE LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY (30) DAYS
AFTER THE DATE 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,
including un-.matared, contingent or unliquidated claims, must file their claims with this court WITHIN
THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.

NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS 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 OP THIS NOTICE IS the day of
2007.


BRUCEE. HOFFMAtN,
Attorney for Personal Representative
16 S. Main Siredt, Gainesvillc, Florida 32601
(352) 373-2411 Fla.Bar No. 330647


JEAN VALD1Z
Personal Represenataive
15600 M32/M33
Atlanta, MI49709


Bar FormP.3.0740(2004)


NOTICE


The Early Learning Coalition of the Nature
Coast, serving Citrus, Dixie, Gilchrist, Levy,
and Sumter Counties, will be faciliating the
Early Learning Coalition of hte Nature Coast
Board of Directors Meetings on the first
Wednesday of every month at various loca-
tions. The October 3rd, 2007 meeting will be
held at the Dixie County School Board Build-
ing, CR 349, South Old Town Road, Old Town,
FL. Please contact the Coalition office at 352-
563-9939 if you have any questions. Participa-
tion is welcome.


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

CONCERNING A VARIANCE AS PROVIDED FOR IN THE

DIXIE COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS

BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF DIXIE COUN-
TY, FLORIDA, SERVING AS THE PLANNING AGENCY OF DIXIE
COUNTY, FLORIDA, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to
Sections 163.3161 through 163.3215, Florida Statutes and the Dixie
County Land Development Regulations, as-amended, hereinafter re-
ferred to as the. Land Development Regulations, objections, recom-
mendations and comments concerning a Variance Request, as de-
scribed below, will be heard by the Board of County Commissioners
of Dixie County, Florida serving as the Planning and Zoning Board
and the Local Planning Agency at a public hearing on October 4,
2007 at 10:00 am or as soon thereafter as the matter can be heard, in
the Board of County Commissioners Meeting Room, County Court-
house located at 214 NE 351 Highway Cross City Florida.

A petition by Mary Haufler to request a variance be granted to re-
duce the canal frontage setbacks from 35 feet to 13.5 feet from the
house as provided by the site plan dated September 21, 2007 which is
within a Residential Single family Mobile Home-2 (RSF/MH-2) Dis-
trict to be located on property described as follows:

Lots 33 and 34, Suiwannee Shores S/D located in Section 19, Town-
ship 13 South, Range 12 East.

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

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

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

All persons are advised that if they decide to appeal any decision
made at the above referenced public hearing, they will need a record
of the proceedings and that, for such purposes, they may need to en-
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.



PUBLIC NOTICE


The Dixie County SHIP Program will begin taking new appli-
cations on October 22, 2007.

Currently, we are trying to locate past SHIP applicants who
may have applied and thought to be on a waiting list. These
are individuals who have needed emergency repairs or who
are looking for down payment assistance. These are also in-
dividuals who have a wood rame or masonry home who are
in need of repairs. Mobile home repairs are NOT applicable.

For additional information, please contact the SHIP office at
498-0002. Office hours are Wed. and Fri from 8:30-5:30. Other
times leave a message and you will be contacted.



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Attend Your
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October 6, 2007
Free Door Prizes & Soft Drinks
8:00 am-End of Business Session....Registration
8:30 am-9:45 a.....Entertainment by the Pickerings
10:00 a.m Business Session
Presentation of Reports
Presentation of Trustee Election Results .

End of Business Session....Drawings for Cash & Gift Prizes

An Equal Opportunity Employer with an Affirmative Action
Plan
Copes of Cooperative By-Laws are available on request.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ,OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA, Ilr AtND FOR pIXIE COUNTY
CIVIL .Di '-rsiC, -


RONALD BALSEIRO AND SYLVIA
BALSEIRO,
Plaintiffs,
-vs -
PATRICK J. SCAMMON, Single
and DONNA ROSS, single as Joinr
Tenants with Right of "ur-.'.,3rship.
De ?erdanra .
/


CASE NO. 07-0055CA
DIVISION ,
Fla.Bar No. 185453


NqTICE OF SALE
;NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to a Summary Final
Judgment of Foreclosure entered in the above-styled cause in the
Circuit Court of Dixie County, Florida, I will sell the property
situate in Dixie County, Florida, described as follows:
PARCEL 1:
LOTS 17 and 18, Block 21, SUWANNEE GARDENS, according to
the plat recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 40, Public Records
of Dixie County, FL., TOGETHER with an Easement recorded
November 5, 1998 in O.R. Book 220; Page 554, Public
Records of Dixie County, FL.
TOGETHER WITH 1999 KING Mobile Home bearing ID#N88925A
arnd ID#N88925B
a/k/a 297 SE 941 St., Old Town FL 32680
Property #R 31-10-14-5665-0021-0179
PARCEL 2:
LOT 19, Block 21, SUWANNEE GARDENS, according to the plat
recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 40, Public Records of Dixie
County, FL.
a/k/a NE 198 Ave., Old Town FL 32680
Property #R 31-10-14-5665-0021-0190
at Public Sale, to the highest and best bidder for cash on the
]_!l day of IJ6V beti 2007 at 11t00 A.M., except as set
forth hereinafter, on the NW Corner of the Courthouse steps, 214 NE
351 Highway, Cross City FL 32628.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE,
IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS
PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
-: -- ?j?T 0%t DANA D. JOHNSON
S. .... ... lAs Clerk of the Court
PUBLISH IN:
THE DIXIE COUNTY ADVOT
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County, Florida, will hold the first of two public meetings regarding the in-
crease of sewer rates and grinder pump fees. The meeting will be held on Mon-
day, October 8, 2007 at 5:00 PM at the Suwannee Community Center. The pro-
posed Increase is as follows: Current sewer rate is $24.00 per month for resi-
dential and $27.50 for commercial sewer service for the first 3,000 gallons, with
an additional $1.70 for each 1,000 gallons thereafter; increased rate to be $30.30
per month for residential and $33.80 or commercial sewer service for the first
3,000 gallons, with an additional $1.70 for each 1,000 gallons thereafter. The
grinder pump fee is currently $3.50 per month per pump, proposed increase
rate to be $7.00 per month per pump.

Interested persons may appear and be heard with respect to the proposed
Resolution at the Suwannee Community Center, Suwannee, Florida on Octo-
ber
8, 2007, at 5:00 PM.

Those wishing to inspect a full copy of the proposed Resolution prior to
the meeting may do so at the Suwannee Water & Sewer District Office at
Suwannee, Florida.


Page 19


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

CONCERNING A VARIANCE AS PROVIDED FOR IN THE

DIXIE COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS

BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF DIXIE COUN-
TY, FLORIDA, SERVING AS THE PLANNING AGENCY OF DIXIE
COUNTY, FLORIDA, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to
Sections 163.3161 through 163.3215, Florida Statutes and the Dixie
County Land Development Regulations, as amended, hereinafter re-
ferred to as the Land Development Regulations, objections, recom-
mendations and comments concerning a Variance Request, as de-
scribed below, will be heard by the Board of County Commissioners
of Dixie County Florida serving as the Planning and Zoning Board.
and the Local Planning Agency, at a public hearing on October 4,
2007 at 10:00 am or as soon thereafter as the matter can be heard, in
the Board of County Commissioners Meeting Room, County Court-
house located at 214 NE 351 Highway, Cross City, Florida.

A petition by Ed LenHart to request a variance be granted to reduce
the canal frontage setbacks from 35 feet to 10 feet from the canal on
NE corner of the house as provided by the site. plan dated September
21, 2007 which is within a Residential Single family Mobile Home-2
(RSF/MH-2) District to be located on property described as follows:

Lot 64 and El/2 of Lot 63, Suwannee Shores S/D located in Section
19, Township 13 South, Range 10 East.

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

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

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

All persons are advised that if they decide to appeal any decision
made at the above referenced public hearing, they will need a record
of the proceedings and that, for such purposes, they may need to en-
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..



f IN THE CIRCUITCOURT OPFTHE
3RD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
DIXIE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 07-0016.CA
CHASE HOMBEINANCE LLC,

vs.
CHRISTINA HAVEN,etal,
Dendants:

NOTICE OF yQRECLOSURE SALE
(Please publish in DIXIE COUNTY ADVOCATE)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN mpusuat to a Final Jdgment ofForclosur datedthe dayof
SteIY f .2007, and e ted in CasNo. 07-0016-CA, ofthe Circuit Court ofthe 3RD Judicial
Circuit in and fr Dixie County, Florida, wherein CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC is the Plaintiffand CHRISTINA
HAVEN; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OP CHRISTNA HAVEN; JOHN DOE; JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN
, TENANT(S) IN POSSESSION OP THE SUBJECTPROPERTY ar defendants. I will sel tothe highestandbest
tid.e fIr cah al ke FRO4T DYX'R Of THE tjOP.-THA E T CRiER OF T-HE DIl\F C".LFWNT
COURTHOUSE, 214 NE 351 HIGHWAY, CROSS CITY,, atth Dixi County Courthouse, in CROSS CITY.
Florida. at tI:00 an. oni e dayof .a2007, thefollowingdescribedpropertyas
set forthin said Final Judgment, to wit
SEE EXHIBIT "A" ATTACHED.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHERTHAN
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
DAYS AFTER THE SALE,
In accordance with th AmericanswithDisabilities Act of 1990(ADA) disabled personswho, ecauseof their
disabilitits, eed special acommodaton to participate in this proceeding should contact Marvin Brannin at (352)
492-1246 or (V) -1W00-95S4771 (TDD) or Florida Relay Service at 150 NE CEDAR STREET, CROSS CITY, FL
32628 prior to such proceeding
DateS this day ofSS8m6S(. 2007

--.t ClerkOfThe Circuit Court

..
Submintedby:
Law Office ofMarshall CWatA o1
lO NW,49*StreetlSuite, 120
Fort eudtdale, Florida 3330
Telephone: (954)453-0365
Facsimile: (954)771-052
Toll Fre: 1-800-441-2438
07-01796


EXHIBIT "A"
15-00048267
BEGIN AT NE CORNER OF NW 1/4 OF SW 1/4 OF NW 1/4 OF
SECTION 10, T1OS, R12E, DIXIE COUNTY, FLORIDA, AND
ROUN SOUTH 3*34'20" EAST 210 FEET; THEN SOUTH 8758'
.WEST 13 FEET TO THE EDGE OF A PAVED ROAD AND TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING: THEN NORTH 87*58' EAST 195 FEET;
'4o"E THEN NORTH 3*34'20" WEST 105 FEET; THEN'SOUTH
S 87057'50" WEST 195 FEET; THEN SOUTH 334'20)" EAST 105
FEET AND TO THE SAID POINT OF BEGINNING; AND
CONTAINING 0.47 ACRES, MORE OR LESS.

LCCC Board Meets

Lake City, Fla. The Lake City Community College (LCCC)
District Board of Trustees will meet at 4 p.m., Tuesday, Octo-
ber 9 in the LCCC Board Room.

The District Board of Trustees is appointed by the governor
and the trustees' term is for a four-year period. Anyone in
the college's district may send a nomination to the governor
for trustee appointments.

LCCC is a two-year community college locally governed and
publicly supported. The college serves a five-county district
that includes Baker, Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist, and Union
counties. LCCC is accredited by the Commission on Colleges
of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to
award the associate degree.

A complete agenda will be available prior to the meeting. For
more information contact the public information office at
(386) 754-4248. This meeting is open to the public.



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Sabrina Bannister Raun Howell Casey Ragsdale
Wilhe iPetert Barnes. IV James Eugene Hudson Rocky Ragsdale
Juan Barisla Joseph Ippolilo Amanda Rammell
Matt Begue Darla Jefleries Jessica Randolph
* Talmadge L Bennet David Jefleries Scon Reitz
Robert J. Blumenrerg Bobby Jones Clitford Aaron Revels
Mathhew Bonanno Naihan Kelley Mario Revez
SAnne Borcheller Brandi A. Kirkland Blaine Rhodes
' Cunis James Boyer. II Kris Knable Justin Eugene Robles
Wesley Bozemanr, William Lansdon Katherine R. Dye-Robles
Jessica Brown Jerry Leach Roben C. Robinson
Ralph Burg Angel Boyd Ledesma Dewey J. Rose
Jeremy L. Bury Roberl A Bobby' Leverett Horcio Sanchez f
Shane Burlerworlh Lee Lindsey Kimberly P. Sanchez i
Aaron Came Matt Lindsey Mark Senecal
Darrel Capo Jonaihan Chance Long Eric Sicklei
Ella Teresa Chavous Kariarin Lubin Clinton L Sikes
Mark A. Childs Megan Kuhnn-Marable Paul A. De Silva
Kent Christiansen Chris Marshall Kabrina Smedley
Mike Cirillo David J. Maxgay Claude iSidneyl Smiih
Dawn Marie Coffee Robert McCleese Tyson Smth
James Cole Thomas McLaughlin Christian Soiomayer
Alex Cook Michael Messina Joseph Slackhouse
Michelle Cowari Joshua D. Miller Christopher Stanis
Tim Cowan Amanda Mills Joseph Stanis
Sean Creighion Waller Clayton Mills. III Robed Siark
James Cuvelier Andrew Moore Ryan Sloddard
Juslin Cuvelier Jimmie Ray Moore. Ill Sharlorte Sullivan
Matthew Czerepak Joel Mole Shannon Marie Swails
Bradley Paul Daly, Jr Kein Mullis Joshua Taylor
William Damron Brand./ L Na.arilo Michael Adam Taylor
Jeremy Dais Tommy Neeley Georgia R. Tedin
Adam L. Deavirl Bill Nichols Dawn Thomas
Amber Dye Charily Odell Samuel Todd
Vanessa Ellenberg Jeff Odell William Tucker
Randy Ellison William Oliver Nainan Walker
James A. Esles David Osteen David Warhurst
Michael D. Fahr Gary Osleen Kyle Wesibrook
James P. "JP' Foster Alex Palam Gray Wesibrook
Adam French Joseph Parker Trey Wheeler
Andrew Gabaldon Marvin Derrick Parnsh Jason Woodall
John Garhwait Timothy Parsells David Adam Wright
William L Geiger. Jr Jimmy Peierson. Jr
Terrn Paschall Gould James R. Pistiner
Jamie Guile Jeremy R. Piisiner
Josh Gunier Marshal Phltmon
Wade Harringron Thomas Polk
Chnris Harrison Tim Polk
Patrick Russell Hill. Sr. Shane Poole
Sidney Hill. Jr. David Quesenberry. Jr.
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class divisions and try 'or the ultimate Grand National. The trophy and the truck
came home to DiiMe Count Not only due We have the prettiest girls we have thepret-
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it only took 18 years of hard work getting trucks ready for this show to
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LOST KITTY! HER NAME IS DUCHESS!









Have you seen this cat? She belongs to a 5
year old who misses her a whole lot! She was
last seen on 210 Avenue near the Cross City
Park on Friday, September 21, 2007. Please
call 498-0678 if you have seen her!


Tri-County Crusade









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7:00 PM Nightly


Evangelist Dr. Harold Hunter

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T. ,. held several years ago i Old Town Evangelist Harold )
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