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    Main: Viewpoints & Opinions
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    Main: Law Enforcement
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    Main: Announcements
        page 4
    Main: Announcements & Calendar of Events
        page 5
    Main: People
        page 6
        page 7
    Main: Spotlight on Dixie
        page 8
        page 9
    Main: Pathways to Faith
        page 10
    Main: Obituaries & Church News
        page 11
    Main: Sports
        page 12
    Main: School
        page 13
    Main: Real Estate
        page 14
    Main: Classifieds
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    Main: Home
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    Main continued
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    Main: Legals
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    Main: Homecoming Memories
        page 19
        page 20
    Main continued
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    Main: Entertainment
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    Main: Outdoors
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HOMECOMING 2007 TIGERS AND
BEARS...OH HHH MY!


by John Kelley

- 9he Dixie County Bears took on the Jefferson
4 County Tigers in the 2007 homecoming show-
down at Bruce Boyette stadium Friday night.
The Bears, playing before a packed Dixie County
crowd (eagerly waiting for the crowning of the
Homecoming Queen) proved that they are getting
better each game as they skinned the tigers
47-6.

The Bears lost no time as they forced a fumble on
the kickoff, which was recovered by Big Anthony
Smith. This set up the Bears to score, on a six play
drive lead by Rodney Scott. Miller added the extra,
point and from then on the Tigers watched as the
game exploded for the Bears. The Bears scored on
the next possession as Quarterback Keene threw a
26 yard pass to Markell Harris. Miller again booted
the extra point. With forty-seven seconds left in the
first quarter the Keen-Scott combination was di-
aled again and Scott busted through seven yards of
Tiger country to add six more.

Let's stop a moment and talk about junior Earl
Aiken. This guy moves so fast on the kick-off re-
turn team that you can't even see him till he makes
the tackle, this Bear is fast! The second quarter
was 'all Dixie County again as Scott breaks out and
smokes the Tigers on a 60 yard high speed chase to
the end zone for another six points, as Dixie leads
26-0. The Tigers quarterback at this point is run-
ning all over the field on each play, being chased by
Kenny Miller and a host of Bear defenders. Glen-
don Osteen took over at this point as quarterback
for the Bears and uses Scott to get good field posi-


Fri
10/5


Sat
10/6


Sun
10/7


n Fanning Springs, Fl, the Florida Hereford As-
sociation, Inc held its first annual breed show
on Saturday, September 29th at the Suwannee Live-
stock Pavilion. Hereford cattle and youth from
Lake, Alachua and Dixie counties competed. Un-
der the direction of Holly Houghton, Show Direc-
tor, youth presented steers, heifers, cow/calf com-
bo, and bulls jn ten separate classes.
Crystal Johns from Alachua County led the compe-
tition with the grand champion bull and the grand
champion heifer and taking first place in every
class she entered. Arialle Spencer of Dixie County
showed the grand champion cow/calf pair. Holly
Roe of Lake County presented the grand champion
steer. Wesley Roe of Lake County presented the
Reserve Champion Heifer. Daniel Bell of Dixie
County presented the Reserve Champion for Ever-,
green Farm owned by Ray and Anne Hodges. Ari-
alle Spencer presented the Reserve Champion
Steer. Each champion and reserve champion re-
ceived a "Florida Hereford Association" belt buck-
le. Also showing for Evergreen Farm were Shelby
McCall of Lafayette County and Chelsea Meyer of
Gilchrist County.

In the Showmanship Contest, Crystal Johns of
Alachua County placed first followediby Wesley
Roe of Lake County in second place.
Earl Jones, Jr. of Trenton, Florida was the official
judge for the show. In addition to his insightful
remarks as he announced his decisions, he spent
time after the show giving pointers to the animal's
owners on foot care, feed programs and other as-
pects of making competition in a livestock show a
successful venture.
The evening prior to the show, the Florida Here-
ford Association, Inc met under the leadership of
President Ray Hodges of Old Town, Florida. Mem-
bers discussed accomplishments since the Florida
1 ^ Hereford Association, Inc organized
^ Mon in May. The members adopted the fol-
10/8 lowing slate for the election of offi-


tion, for a 9 yard throw to
Cory Conlin. Conlin scores
and Miller adds another
point for a score of 33-0. At
the kickoff, Aiken stops the
Tigers from gaining field
position. What a game the
Bears were having and half
time hadn't even started.
Just before the half-time
crowning, with 18 seconds
left, Osteen hands the ball
to Scott and he drags about
half the Tiger line across
the goal to score again.
Halftime score 39-0.


The second half stared with the Bears in posses-
sion of the ball. Four minutes later on an eleven
play drive Steven Godbolt scores and Nate Carlton
works the conversion for two more points, for a to-
tal of 47 unanswered points. OH MY! The Tigers fi-
nally managed to make a touchdown late in the
fourth quarter, but by then the damage was done
and the Bears put the Tigers away for another year.
Coach Wilkerson was mighty proud of the way
that the team had played during this Homecoming
game as he let them know after the game. He also
reminded them that they have a lot of football left
to play. Next week the Bears will host Fort White
in an important District showdown. Fort White is
looking to avenge the embarrassment the Bears
gave them last year at home and from all indica-
tions this game will be huge. Come out, enjoy the
nice fall evenings and watch the Bears play ball.
GO BIG RED!


cers in November: Ray Hodges- President, Nicole
Spencer-Vice President, Lesa Roe- Secretary, Anne,
Hodges-Treasurer. Jay Johns of Gainesville was
nominated as a director to serve along with John
Bloodworth of Cross City.:
The Florida Hereford Association, Inc. would like
to thank all who worked so hard to make the show
a success. Holly Houghton, Dixie County Agricul-
tural Extension Agent, directed the show and pro-
vided the artistic expertise for the banners and
belt buckles. Vice President Nicole Spencer worked
tirelessly to promote the show and secure sponsors
as well as youth to help with showing the stock.
Norman Williams of Old Town cooked the ham-
burgers for the Friday evening dinner. Randy
King of King's Oil and Tire delivered the shavings'
and served as barn manager.

Additionally, sponsors contributing financially .to
make the event successful were Anderson Colum-
bia of Old Town, Nature Coast Insurance of
Chiefland, Creekside Farm Supply of Cross City,
and Winn Dixie. Association Director John Blood-
worth of Bloodworth Brothers Dairy Queen of
Cross City provided the ice and the hamburgers
and coleslaw for the dinner on Friday evening.
The Great American Cookie Company provided a
selection of cookies for desert and presented a
large decorated cookie showcasing the Florida
Hereford Association, Inc.

Mark Bishop, President of the Suwannee River
Fair & Livestock Association, attended the show
.with his family and said, "It was a good start for
the Florida Hereford Association and we were
proud to have the show at our fairgrounds."
President of the Florida Hereford Association, Ray
Hodges, expressed his appreciation to all the mem-
bers who attended the meeting and all those who
participated in the breed show. "Everyone's efforts
to help make the public aware of the quality of
beef that Hereford brings to the table will mean
growth for the breed."


JV TEAM

SCALPS

INDIANS


by John Kelley


"You put your heart in the game:
all the time."... Dixie County JV
Coach Paul Bennett, after defeat-
ing Fort White in overtime.
The Dixie County JV Bears
downed the Fort White JV Indi-
ans 26-20, at home last Tuesday
evening. The JV.team put on an
outstanding performance and
showed the Indians a game play-
ing maturity that most varsity
teams don't have.
The first quarter started off on
rocky ground with several fum-
bles by the Bears, as well as nu-
merous penalties. The one thing
that stood out though, was the
playing ability of Mike West; he
was the definitive element for
yardage and playmaker for the
Bears. Fort White scored first in
the opening minutes of play and
went unchallenged until the sec-
ond quarter when the Dixie
County quarterback snaked his
way to the end zone, to tie the
score. Fort White responded with
a pass interception, scoring with
2:24 on the clock making it a 13-6
ballgame.

Then it happened.. .something
that will be told around the side-
lines for years to come. On the
kick off to Dixie County, the In-
diaxis recovered a fumble and ran
with the ball (and with everyone
chasing) into the Dixie County
end zone. The Bears were award-
ed the safety, drawing the Indian
lead down to 13-8. Thanks Indi-
ans!


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Is Pat Buchanan losing it?
I have been an admirer of PatBuchanan
for quite some years. The only reason I never vot-
ed for him in his presidential bids was that I fig-
ured he didn't have a chance and I'd just-be wast-
ing my vote.
I still read Pat's twice-weekly newspaper
columns without fail, and I've read a couple o ,
his books. In matters like illegal immigration and
the manner in which "globalization" is shutting
down American industry, he has a grasp of some
unpleasant realities that seems to have escaped
even most conservatives.
However, when it comes to the matter of
dealing with the sworn enemies of the United
States, Pat doesn't seem to understand that
oceans to our east and our west don't make us
any safer, as they did in the first half of the 20th
Century, for which reason we need to be watchful
of and concerned about what's happening politi-
cally and militarily world-wide, and in some cas-
es, take the fight to the enemy before it gets to us.
In this day and time, a preemptive war might be
the only kind of war we could win.
And this is not something that can be done
entirely through diplomacy Pat cited the success
Presidents Eisenhower, Kennedy, Nixon and
George W Bush had in negotiating with the likes
of Khrushchev, Mao Zedong, and Libya's Colonel
Khadafi. Pat was defending the decision to allow
Iranian Dictator Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to visit
New York, and particularly to lay a wreath at
Ground Zero, the site of the destruction of the
Twin Towers on 9/11, by citing the fact that the
aforementioned US presidents dealt with foreign
leaders who were worse than Ahmadinejad, and
that the negotiations were ultimately successful.
Pat was comparing lemons to prunes. The
former taste sour, the later are best known for
their laxative properties.
Khrushchev and Mao had the wherewithal
to achieve a nuclear stalemate with the United
States. It was necessary to negotiate with these
types in order to avoid taking casualties that they
were more willing to sustain than we were.
Khadafi, knowing he was already on our fecu-
lence roster, voluntarily dropped his nuclear pro-
gram when we invaded Iraq. It was a case of Ted-
y Roosevelt diplomacy which would work in a lot
of, other situations if we used it more.
Ahamdinejad did not visit New York to ne-
gotiate. He was on the scene to bloviate before an
audience at a liberal college and the like-minded
moonbats at the UN. I commended Columbia Uni-
versity President Lee Bollinger, not for inviting
Ahmadinejad, but for asking him tough questions
when he got there. Allowing him to address the
UN was essentially unavoidable, as he is presi-
dent of a member nation.
What really got my attention, though, was
when Pat Buchanan wrote that Ahmadineiad's in-
tention to lay a wreath at Ground Zero meant ,
that, "...in the war between al-Qaida and the Unit-
ed States, he and his country side with the United
States."
Really And what about all those "Death to
America" rants Ahmadinejad comes up with on'
most of the occasions when he gets in front of a
microphone? How about his arsenal of evasions
when asked about 9/11? As I understand the situ-
ation, it was Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's purpose to
lay a wreath in honor of the 19 terrorists who.
died killing about 3,000 Americans.
Perhaps it's time for Pat Buchanan to stop
hanging out with Jimmy Carter:


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Letter to the Editor

The athletic department of Dixie County High
School has been in serious need of a new sound
system. Due to budget cuts, the district could not
afford to purchase one at this time. Mark Rains,
Executive Director of Support Services, received a
quote for the new system of $7,500.00 -
$10,000.00. Mr. Rains contacted Mr. Whann of
M&M Parrish, who agreed to purchase this system.
Buddy Schofield, Principal of Dixie County High
School, the Dixie County Quarterback Club and
Head Football Coach Brent Wilkerson would like to
thank Mr. Whann and Mr. Rains for their efforts toi
upgrade the sound system for our football field.
Buddy Schofield, Principal
Brent Wilkerson, Football Coach & Athletic Director

Letter to the Editor:
I was totally amazed to find out that seventy
one percent of American Corporations do not
pay Federal Income Tax and I finally found out
why.
Tom Cryer, a lawyer in Shreveport, Louisiana,
spent two years researching the entire history
of the income tax. He has been an avid student
of the Constitution his entire life and he knows
the truth. He has challenged the IRS and the
Federal Government to tell the truth and stop
taxing personal income.
The government wants to put Mr. Cryer on tri-
al, but he has turned the tables. For the first
time someone has finally put the big lie (The
IRS) on trial. Mr. Cryer has filed a motion to dis-
miss the charges because:
The Law does not make him liable for the in-
come tax;
The Law does not tax fees he has personally
earned:
The Constitution does not authorize the Federal
Government to tax fees he has personally
earned;
The Constitution does not allow the Federal
Government to tax the practice of law, which is
solely under State Jurisdiction.


Moved To Dixie County: Several times. I and my
family moved here in 1953-1957. During the following
years, both my sons graduated from Dixie High
School. My husband Vasco, (now deceased) moved to
Lakeland and returned in 1981.

Family: Father Blake Curry, Mother Maggie R. Cur-
ry, Husband Vasco, Sons Darrell and Jimmie, Four
grandchildren and five great-grandchildren

Worked: Piano Teacher: I have taught many, many
years here in Cross City and Lakeland. I was a music
teacher for one year in
all of the Dixie Cotu-
ty Schools, Which
I thoroughly
enjoyed. I oc-
casionally
have grown
students
approach
me and
remein-
beti me
comiing
to their
class- b
room.
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private
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Correction: qn our previous issue we printed that the an-
nualLife Chain event was scheduled for Sunday, October 4. T'he
event is actually sched'ued for Sunday, Octo0 eri7t.
The Constitution guarantees your and Mr. Cryer's right to earn a liv-
ing and to engage in any lawful occupation and the Constitution pro-
hibits taxing any fundamental right; and,
The Constitution does not permit taxation of your or Mr. Cryer's
wages, salaries and fees personally earned.
Now I know why that seventy one percent of American Corpora-
tions do not pay income tax, because it's against the Federal Consti-
tutional Law.
On July 20, 2007, Attorney Tom Cryer prevailed in the Federal Court in
Shreveport, Louisiana, with a 12-0 decision making Income Tax on person-
al earned wages; salaries and fees personally earned are illegal.
The 16 Amendment Did Not authorize the federal government to tax
your PERSONALLY EARNED WAGES, but only that part of your wages
that is Profit, or Gain above and beyond what you gave up in order to
receive them. Can you say what parts of your wages are above and be-
yond your personal investment in earning them? Neither can the gov-
ernment. So the government (Congress, the Senate and the President in
1913 along with the private corporations of the IRS and the United States
and the World Bank cartel.) LIED TO YOU BY SAYING IN publications,
LIKE ITS form 1040 Instructions, (WHICH ARE NOT LAW) that you.must
report and pay taxes on all of your wages-even that part is non profit.
The Supreme Court has, over and over, told the government that it cannot
impose an income tax on anything but the profits and gains. Although the
law does not tax your wages, the government PUBLICATION claim that
the "basis" or "cost" you give up to receive your wages is worthless, Zero!
'The Private Corporation of the IRS who are employed by the United
States and the World Bank Cartel has. siphoned the hard earned monies of
the United States Citizens for the past ninety four years. (Estimate: NINE-
TY FOUR TRILLION DOLLARS.) They'are robbing our citizens without a
gun through the people we have elected into Federal offices. These United
States Representatives should be IMPEACHED by neglecting their OATH
OF OFFICE to defend and protect our United States Constitution.
To see Attorney Tom Cryer Transcript got to:
http;//www.gcstation.net, liefreezone -or- http: www.truthattack.org"
His email: cryerlaw@aol.com"
Tom Cryer's famous statement: "Show me the law that makes me liable or
my revenue taxable and I will file."
Noteworthy: A Plainsfield, New Hampshire couple, Ed Brown and his wife
are being held hostage by the Federal Marshall in their own home refusing
to pay their income tax. They have been imprison since January 2007. Hel-
lo, is anyone listening"? What about the people who has forfeiture personal
properties on this illegal income tax law? And hokw about the people who
was incarcerated for this lawless law? ,Wake up America.
A concerned American Citizen:
Normand R Lavigne


home has been my life and I hope I will be able to
continue for the rest of niy life.

What Did You Like About Your Jobs: Teaching chil-
dren and adults too has been so rewarding. I have
students who became piano teachers, choir directors
and many of them are pianists in their church. It
has been such a thrill to see them grow up and be-
come accomplished musicians. Through all the
years (and I still teach) sharing my music with oth-
ers has been a blessing and truly made my own life
richer. Also, I have been a church pianist since I was
10 years old.

Hardest Part Of Your Jobs: Trying to instill in my
students the need for discipline in their practice
habits. To become an accomplished pianist, you have
to practice everyday. As the old saying goes. "Prac-
tice makes perfect".

How Has Dixie County Changed Since You Moved
Here: I miss many of the old landmarks. Much of
the history that I remember has faded away, but I
still have my memories. When I was a young girl. we
would visit my grandma Robinson during the suln-
mer. My mother and I would bring her to Cross City
to trade as she said. We would park at the depot. One
time I remember Mr. Peach came out of his grocery
store and ran off the cows. They were trying to eat
his produce which he had sitting outside his store
in barrels and on shelves. Highway 19 was a dirt
road then and cows wandered all over town. It's
hard to imagine that now.

Favorite Foods: I like food period. Especially
Suwannee River fish guts and swamp cabbage.
Also, chocolate cake and fried chicken. Oh Yes. I
love...... ice cream.

What Is Something You Have Seen In Recent Years
That You Never Thought You Would Witness: All
those Condos on the coast and walking and riding a
bike where the railroad tracks use to be. I miss the
trains rumbling through town and blowing their
whistles.


Emma Lou Curry NesSmith


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Law Enforcement


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('atherine IDavis' Chevy Lumina after Friday's collision
On Friday Sep.'tembeir 28 there was a collision involving two
vehicles on H iglIhwa 349, about a quarter mile South of LK
Roofing in Old Town.
According. ii the Florida Highway Patrol Catherine Davis
was driving South and attempted to make a U-turn when her
'97 Chevrolet Lumina was struck by Harry Smith's '95 Isuzu
pickup, also heading South.
The Chevy had begun to turn North when it was struck in
the drivers side. Catherine Davis, the two passengers in her
car; as well as Harry Smith were taken by ambulance for
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Sheriff's Office, Narcotics Unit conducted an undercover op-
eration that resulted in the arrests of Jamario Stravez
Teague, 18 and Adrian Godbolt, 20 both of Cross City
Teague and Godbolt sold crack cocaine to a confidential
source. Teague was arrested and booked into the Dixie
County Jail on the charge of Sale of ...
Crack Cocaine. He is currently
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$110,000 Bond. Godbolt \w'as ar-
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Sale of Crack cocaine, Possession Cocaine w/intent to sell, Pos-
session Marijuana w/intent to sell, VOP Sale of Controlled Sub-
stance

9/25/2007
BURNETT, SHAWN PAUL, 36, Deputy J. King, Prowling
BURNETT, NORMAN ASHLEY, 30, Deputy Nessmith, (2cts)
Burg/Conv, (2cts) theft, (3cts) Trespassing
BURNETT, NORMAN ASHLEY, 30, Deputy J. King, Resist-
ing officer w/out Violence
CHILDS, BRIAN ALLEN, 25, A Neesmith, Making False or
Fraud Insurance Claim
BOYINGTON, GLORIDA WALKER, 45, Deputy King, Bat-
tery-Domestic Violence
VALLEY, APRIL MARIE, 32, GCSO, House for GCSO
MATHIS, REGINADIANNA, 36, GCSO, House for GCSO

9/26/2007
BELL, DANIEL JOSEPH, 30, Harden, DWLSR- Gilchrist
Count ,
AMMIONS, PAUL CHARLES. 29, D. Forehand, Burg/VEH,
Theft
WAGNER, RUSSELL J, 40, GCSO, house for GCSO

9/27/2007
LEAGUE, JAMARIO STARVEZ, 18, SGT. King, Writ-Sale of
Cocaine v71 1000 Church, Writ-sale of Cocaine, writ-Sale of Co-
aine,.Flee & Elude
MINCEY, WENDELL LAMAR, 18, Mandola, Battery Touch
or Strike 3 Cts

9/28/2007
STUTTS, HOWARD KEITH, 41, Deputy Mathis, Aggravated
Assault w/ deadly, VOP-DUI 3rd Conviction & DWLSR
STAPLES, LISA KAYE. 42, Hoover, FTA Fraud Levy Co.

9/30/20077
MCGUIRE, MELINDAARLENE, 39, Deputy Tumlin, VOP-
DUI and DWLS
CORBIN, WILLIAM NEAL, 41, Deputy C. Hart, VOP-Deal
Stolen Property, FTA-DWLSR


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For ever joy that passes.
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you toi know;
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with you is relived
in beautiful memories. .'V
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ATTENTION!
SRWMD GOVERNING BOARD MEETING
On Tuesday, October 9, 2007, the Suwannee
River Water Management District's Govern-
ing Board will meet at 9:00 a.m. at District
Headquarters, Hwy 49 and 90 East, Live Oak,
Florida. The meeting is to consider District
business and conduct public hearings on reg-
ulatory and land acquisition matters. A
workshop will follow the board meeting. All
meetings, workshops and hearings are open
to the public.

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on your front porch. October 10: Tomeka Harris.
41" October 15: and the rest of my family and
friends whose birthday falls in October.
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choice between misery and joy Live one day
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and 'AlMr. anil Mri. Steyhen Bowen
Iremluwst thrlic hIiLour o your presence
atr rlic tnriae of their children
'Naomi SherriCC

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4009P LUCK PYLAN, REANNA, ANP CHEYANNE
ANP THE PIXIE COUNTY PIRATES
I know that I have not been able to come to any games
Out I wanted you to know that I do think about you
And miss you all very much. I am very proud of the
Things that you do in school and playing sports! Keep up


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Larry lEdimoidis, Larr') /een
and the Cross City Church of
godwouCdf Oke to thank:


Tferring LEquyment
Vixie One Stoy
Dixie CheveroCet
Cay itaC City Ban .

Tor Spun soi hi, their ring tops toss
for kids at the 'Dixie Ourfois 'Expo.
It's businesses (Cie these who support
our community that make 'Dixie
County such a great pace to Cive.


Old Town F
Elementary


Fall Festival
October 12, 2007
5:30-8:30pm on the
school grounds

Donations for prizes
are needed.


Woodmen of the
World
Family Picnic
Oct 6, 2007 11am-2pm
at the Lodge Hall
Lodge will provide
meat
Please bring a
covered dish!


Woodmen of the
World
Meeting October 16,
2007 at 7pm
at the Lodge Hall,
Refreshments will be
served.


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Birthday'


Madrea.!
Your

Socks

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Down Home Days Just Around the
Corner
Dr ,n Home Days is rapidly ap-'
proaching! Only ilu days until the big
event. The 23rd annual Down Home
Days arts and crafts festival will be
held on N,--vemb,.r 2.I'.J The annual
event will be held on the Communir-N
Church of the Nazarene's 10 acres lo-
cated 2'miles west of the traffic light
in Tr nton on State Road 26. from
9a.m. t.. .3p inm Applications are ailt3
able noe. b, contactng .-John Yencho
ua 43.-.;2l2. Bill Mailtin at 163-7439 or
M,- le Goo,-iricrh t 46' 10'57 Sign up
now to reserve your booth.
Grief Support Groups Forming-
Fiee grief" uprJor groups in the Tii-
countie-- area Free Anyone is wel-
come. Meetings will be held in Cross
City and Williston. Williston Nursing
and Rehabilitation- Tuesdays from
Oct. 2 to Nov. 13 from 2:30 to 4p.m..
Please contact Anne E. Stephenson,
LCSW at (352) 493-2333 for more infor-
mation.
23rd Annual Down home Days -
November 3, 2007. The host and loca-
tion for this event has changed but
little else. Trenton Community
Church of the Nazarene is the new
host and the location is two miles
west of town on highway 26. The idea
is to allow craft vendors to display
and sell their crafts. There will also
be lots of music, games for the kids,
,food vendors and a chance to greet
your neighbors. This is a tri-county
event 'with a great history for our
area. On board already: a petting zoo,
several craft artists and a rumor of
an early "Stop-by with Santa!" Inter-
ested vendors please call Merle at 352-
436-1057.
Meals on heels in Suwannee -
right now, there are no Meals on
Wheels community serving site- in
Suwannee, Florida. Still, there are
many seniors in the community that
would benefit from the service. A sur-
vey is being conducted by Dr. Michael
L. Lowery, Senior Pastor at Suwannee
Fellowship to determine who and
how many in the Suwannee vicinity
may desire to receive the service and
how many volunteers may be willing
to help offer the program. If you are a
senior and interested in receiving the
Meals on Wheels program, or would
like to volunteer in offering the pro-
gram, call 352-542-2656 or email dr-
pastor(aol.com.
AMERICAN 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). The Post canteen is open
every day 10am-10pm. For more infor-
mation call 542-2021
Holy Cross Catholic Church Bin-
go every Tuesday evening 6:00 p.m -
US. 19. Doors open at 6:00 pm. --
snacks available. Free coffee. Rosary
every Tuesday at 3:00 pm. 352-498-5617
SCRAP BOOKING -- It Starts with a
Story... and ends with a Legacy.
Learn how quick and easy it is to pre-
. serve your memories, in keepsake al-
bums for generations to come. Work-
shops are designed to help you orga-
nize your photos, learn new tech-
niques, and to provide a time and
place for you to work on your albums.


September Work-hops. Tuesday Sep
member 18th- Brarbnord Woman's Club
5.9. Mini Paper Album $20 ,ncl $15
kit or crop $10' Thursday. September
20th F White Community Center 5-
9, Connect with Color Crop $10 1 inci
Supplies) Frid5a. September 28th -
GilchristLibra'y in Trenton 10-
2:00, Introduitr:, Workshop Crop-
FREE Scrap booking tolls are provid-
ed at all vorkshops. and no e.-peri-
ence i- requLred. For the free Intro
ductorv Scrap boo-.king class. held at
each workshop, please bring 3 to 5S
photo_ of the same event or person to
take part in the hands-on activity
PREGNANT? Need help? Free preg
nancy te't & conJidential counselUng
Office hours. Monday A& Thursday
llam-4pm Look fr our sign on Hwy,
19. acres from DLi'e Co. High Sch:oil
(352) 498-7776. Ufn
New Here In Cross City XFFL- Ex-
treme Florida Football For more in-
formation call Elaine and Mr. Willie
at 498-2691.
ht:/.'*'eteamzactive cr m crnsscit\
devils
YOU ARE NEVER TOO OLD TO
PLAY!
Forest Park Hill Community Cen-
ter 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.


Dixie Music Center's 16th An-
niversary Extravaganza Dixie
Music Center will celebrate their 16th
year in business with their annual
music bash. The event is Saturday Oc-
tober 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 Fend-,
er Stratocaster guitar. 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
NOTICE, NOTICE, NOTICE The
Dixie Shrine Club is having a break-
fast and yard sale on the 13th of Octo-
ber. 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 4918-3031
GUN SHOW and Dixie Fall Festival
Saturday October 13th, 9-5, and Sun-
day October 14 Noon till 5pm. $3.00 ad-
mission 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
Tractors will also be there for you en-


tertainment. Come and visit the Mo-
bile National Peanut Tour Museum
and learn about the history, of the
peanut For more information log
onto HYPERLINK
"http://www.willistonfl.com"
un willitomnil com or call the
Williston Area Chamber of Com-
merce (352) 582-5552.
Nature's Coast 7th Anual 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 October
"13, Something for eveorne TrailRid-
ers Club in Cross Cit, For more in-
c brmati'n call Bob Anderson 1352'542-
9079

Fall At The Farm October 13, A
benefit for Haven Hospice at the His-
toric Drummond Farm in Chiefland
at 5:30pm for more information call
(352) 271-4662.
Cedar key 38th Annual Seafood
Festival October 20-21, 9:00am 5:00
pm. Over 200 arts and crafts exhibits,
all types of seafood, live musical en-
tertainment and parde on Saturday.
Open House at the Lighthouse on Sea-
horse Key, the big island 3 mide. west
of Cedar Key Shuttle boats are a ad
able, For more information log onto
H Y P E R L I N K
"http://www. cedardey.org"
www.cedardeyorg or call (352) 543-
5600.
7th Annual Breast Cancer Aware-
ness Weekend October 20, Tidewa-
ter Trail head in Goeth State Forest.
Presented by the Levy County Horse
Club in conjunction with Forest
Awareness Month. For more informa-
tion log onto HYPERLINK
"http://www.flahorse.com" www.fla-
horse.com or call Terry Shehand (352)
955-6265.
Loving Stitches Quilt Show Octo-
ber 26-27, First United Methodist
Church, presented by the Spring-
house Quilters Guild. For more infor-
mation 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 HYPER-
LINK "http://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 information contact Bobby
Heath (352)542-9284
Firewalkers Legacy Inter- Tribal
POW WOW November 23-25, at
Hart Springs, 10:00amn-till dark. Join
the fun at the inter-tribal celebration:
full traditional attire, regalia, crafts,
music, drumming and dance. For
more information call Helen Blair.
(352) 463-7321
National Life Chain Sunday 2007,
October 7th (2:00-3:00) Cross City Bell
& Mayo- Our "New Life Crisis Preg-
nancy Center" will host an open
house following the LIFE CHAIN at
3:00pm.


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SOMETHING' FISHY IS COMING
OCTOBER 6-7
The 7th Annual Nature's
Coast Koi & Goldfish
Show will be Saturday and
P Sunday October 6 and 7th
at the Cadillac Motel Inn
Sw& Suites in Fanning
Springs. The activities
will run from 8:00 AM to
5:00 PM on Saturday and
from 9:00 AM till 3:00 PM
on Sunday
Admission to the show
and parking is free. We in-
vite everyone to come en-
joy the great weather and see some very beautiful Japanese
Koi at the same time. Koi club members from around the
state will be bringing their favorite Koi to be judged by certi-
fied Koi judges.
We will have vendors on hand selling Koi, Goldfish, pond
supplies, fish food, plants, and craft items. If you get hungry,
we'll be selling hotdogs and sausages, too. Raffles will be'
held both days for some great items and there will also be a
couple of silent auctions. ,
Come on out and join us for a day of fun. We'll love to have
you! For more information contact Johnny or Martha Foster
at 352-542-8925


n'vc and'Remenimbranice 'Memorials
*i' lven '-ospice's ove' and 'Remenmrance 'ltem'oi-
als are open to anyone in thile commuiitif
who has lost a loved one. 'Attendees are encour-
aqed to bring pictures andi mementos
of i'n-ed ones that can be piacedo oour -Ta61e ,of
*Memories. 'Refreshments will be
served.

When &' Whlhere:
-Thursday. 'N'V. 8, 2007 6y.m.
T'ri-Counties fHiospice Care Center (garden, 311
'N.E. 9lth St., Chief land

Contact:
'For more information, contact 'Nina Powell at
(352) 052-5100, (800) 727-1889 or
npowveliihaventiospice.org.
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,e Soc~t vPet of oth Weqk

Chrissy is a ten month old, female Terrier/Chihuahua mix.
She was born on Christmas day last year, hence the name.
Chrissy is a very affectionate and attentive little girl. She
will be a small dog so if you are looking for a lap dog, Chris-
sy would be a
great choice.
We are still in
need of dona-
tions from the
.. community to
help us pay for
the food and
medical ex-
penses of the
S "-".' stray animals
Sd that, we take
W.i.b,,uigt ,,gin. We do not
receive any
d funding from
D;.xieU ..t H a Sc., the county or
solely on dona-
tions. It is an
expensive en-
deavor and we have taken in a large number of animals this
summer.
We will be returning to CITGO gas station this coming Sat-
urday for our pet adoptions from 12:30 to 4:00 p.m.
Dixie County Humane Society. Po Box 192, Old Town, FL
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P.O. Box 1087
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Dale, Josie, Shawn
Brandy, Phillip, Dale Jr.


WARRANT LEADS TO DRUG ARREST-
VEHICLE TO BE SEIZED


Cross City,
Florida- Ac-
cording to
Sheriff Dewey
H. Hatcher, the
Dixie County
Sheriff's Of-
fice, Narcotics
Unit in cooper-
ation with the
Florida De-


apartment of
Law Enforcement served a search warrant on
a vehicle that was owned by Willie Godbolt.

The search produced crack cocaine and mari-
juana that was packaged with the intent for
sale. Willie Godbolt, 46 of Cross City was ar-
rested for Possession of Cocaine with Intent
to Sale, Possession of Marijuana with Intent
to Sale. He was also charged with two counts
of Sale of Cocaine, in which on two separate
occasions he sold to a confidential source.
The Sheriff's Office is currently in the
process of completing the necessary paper-
work for the seizure of the vehicle.

Godbolt remains in the Dixie County Jail on
$200,000 Bond.
The RRLMS Tootball Team would like to thank:
q'eith and Shari Cannon
Joey andVicki J-iunt
Turtle andLiz 'Montaomery
Billy and beidi 'Paradis
T 'im andIfora imberly

Tor fecdlin the team before their game against
chiefandon fuesday, Seytember 25.


FOOT CHASE ENDS IN
BURGLARY ARREST
Cross'City, Florida-
On September 25,
S 2007, Deputies with
the Sheriff's Office
responded to a res-
idence on Suwan-
nee Lumber Road
in reference to a
Burglary. When
the deputies ar-
rived, they meet
Switch Adam Kirk
and Melanie
Su ey rnel Bloodworth Who'
advised that both
of their vehicles had been burglarized in the early morning
hours.

Through the investigation by the Deputies, suspect informa-
tionwas gathered and they began to investigate the theft. In-
formation that was provided by a concerned citizen'that
lead the deputies Downing Grade area.
When deputies arrived and approached the suspect, Normani
Ashley Burnett he immediately fled oni foot. The Sheriff's
Office requested the assistance of the Cross City Correction-
al Institution K-9 Team. The K-9 Team and deputies tracked
Burnett through the woods, after a severalhour long search,
Burnett was arrested on US. 19. Burnett had in his posses-
sion at the time of arrest the items that the victims had de-
scribed as being stolen from their vehicles. He was booked
into the Dixie County Jail on two counts of Burglary, two
counts of Grand Theft and three counts-of Trespassing. He
is currently being held with no bond.


The Junior Varsity Cheerleaders would like
to thank Dwayne "Top" Rollison, School
Board Member and Bug Masters for their din-
ner before the Chiefland game.

JV Cheerleaders
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LOCKE GRADUATES .

Army Reserve Pvt. Brent A.. Ii
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Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.
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tradition and core values,
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marching, rifle marksman-
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tesy, military justice system, basic first aid, foot marches,
and field training exercises.
Locke is the son of Joseph and Diana Locke of Cross City,
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Thursday October 4, 2007


CFCC Levy
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siStS of01 80 ours Pictured are: Front, Instructor, Shirley Fusco, R. N.,
of classroom and Next row L R Shanakida Godbolt, Sarah Hemenway,
lab trains Tanya Landrum, Carrie Vogel and Torusha Thomas.
lab training as Back row L-R Fahrron Timmons, Toneshia Evans,
well as 40 hours of Stephanie Teague, Elizabeth Botton, Brittany Jones
clinical experience and Shasheila Jabbar.
in a local health
care facility The students attended Ayres Health and Reha-
bilitation Center in Trenton for their clinical experience
The graduates received diplomas for Certified Nursing Assis-
tant. The class prepares students to work in the health care
field as nursing assistants and to take and pass the Florida
Ci-' t ified Nursing Assistant exam.
G raduating were Brittany Jones, Carrie Vogel, Elizabeth Bot-
mon. Fahrron Timmons, Sarah Hemenway, Shanakida God-
bolt, Shasheila Jabbar, Stephanie Teague, Tonieshia Evans,
Tanya Landrum and Torusha Thomas. Receiving recognition
for perfect attendance was Sarah Hemenway
All classes, except clinical training, are held in Chiefland at
the CFCC Levy Center. The next available CNA class will be a
daytime class beginning January 22nd. Because the class size
is limited, early registration is encouraged. Any student who
would like to enroll in the January class should do so soon. A
high school diploma or GED is not required. Please call
CFCC at 493-9533 for enquiries.
In addition to the Certified Nursing Assistant course, the
CFCC Levy County Center in Chiefland offers a wide variety
of other courses. The range of courses include: college cred-
it, adult education (GED), continuing education (non-credit),
and adult high school. Call the Levy County Center at 493-.
9533 or just drop by for more information. The CFCC Levy
County Center is located in the Providence Mall just down
from Save-A-Lot.
National Life Chain Sunday 2007
October 7 (2:00-3:00)
Cross City, Bell & Mayo

You're Invited!
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Xason Brown wouCdfike to announce the
6irth of his it tCe sister, Kentee gracin Brown,
7younds, 7 ounces and 20 inches ong.
'Kentee is the daughter ofJeremy andBrook
Brown. She was welcomed home by many
friends andfamily.

EDWARDS GRADUATES BASIC
Army Reserve Pfc. Alexander B. Edwards 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 fit.
ness, and received instruction and practice in basic combat
skills, military weapons, cheminucal warfare and bayonet train-
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armed and unarmed combat, map reading,.field tactics, mili-
tary courtesy, military justice system, basic first aid, foot
marches, and field training exercises.
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Gibsonton, Fla., and James Edwards of Oldtown, Fla.
Edwards is a 2005 graduate of Riverview.High School, Fla.


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On Saturday, September 29 the Full Gospel Chtu'ch held a
Gospel singing contest. All total 67 people came to listen to
the wonderful music performed by 18 singers from our area.
he contest was judged by Max Thomas, John Hanley, and
thelma Bratzlaff. The judges certainly had their work cut out
for them in deciding the winner, as everyone sang wonderful-
ly The winners chosen were Billy Miller (1st place), Jamie
Iing (2nd), and Donald Michael (3rd).

Roy Mullins founded the Full Gospel Church back in '89. He
had to close it down for some time, due to Mrs. Mullins'
health, but has re-opened the congregation with the help of
Pastor Wayne Liles, Don Michaels.

The Full Gospel Church of Old Town would like to thank
ABC Pizza, BBQ Bill's Restaurant, Dairy Queen, the Dixie
Music Center, the Dixie One Stop, Fox's Pizza Den, Gail's
Cafe, Homestead Restaurant, Hungry Howie's Pizza, Images
$air Salon, LA Salon, the Lighthouse Restaurant, the Live
Oak Music Center, McDonald's, Mya's Restaurant, the Praise
Shop. Smokey's Restaurant, Sonic, Stephenson's 349 Express,
Subway, Suwannee Valley Precast Septic Service and Billy
Bones Music for their donations to this event.Also, they
would like to extend a special thanks to Lavett Roberts, and to
the individual who donated the refreshments.

Don't forget, the Full Gospel Church is just 2 mile North of
Old Town. on Highway 349, drop in and see them sometime.

BOYD STAFF HOLDS OFFICE HOURS IN CROSS CITY

CROSS CITY-A member of Congressman Allen Boyd's (D-
North Florida) staff will be visiting Cross City on the second
Thursday of every month so the people of Dixie County have
the opportunity to personally discuss issues concerning
them. Congressman Boyd's staff is trained to assist con-
stituents with a variety of issues relating to various federal
agencies. It is important to Congressman Boyd that his staff
is available for those who are not able to travel to either his
Panama City or Tallahassee offices. Office Hours with Con-
gressman Boyd's Staff Thursday, October 11, 2007
10:00am 12:00pm,County Commission Board Room, In the
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The Anderson Columbia Company has been
awarded a major road construction project
in the Fort Myers area. The 430 million
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contract, which is the largest Department
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Project) as it is known will provide much needed improve-
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Southwest Florida. The completion of IROX is scheduled for
2010, but there are monetary incentives for the contractor to
finish early

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has grown to be one of the largest construction firms in the
southeastern United States. They have been nationally recog-
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Anderson Columbia Company and the Anderson family have
always been supportive of our local communities through
United Way, Big Brothers and Sisters, and our educational
foundations. Congratulations to the Anderson team, we are
proud to recognize you as some of own in Dixie County
DIXIE COUNTY HUMANE SOCIETY RAFFLE

Dixie County Humane Society is *.-;:.
having a raffle for a lovely hand- '. : .
made, old-fashioned, queen size (60"X j
80") quilt as pictured above. This ,
quilt was generously made and do- .1
nated by Becky Hale. Raffle tickets :
are $1.00 each or 6 for $5.00. The .
winning ticket will be drawn at
"Down Home Days" in Trenton on November 3. All proceeds
will benefit the animals of the Dixie County Humane Soci-
ety to provide for their food
and care.

Tickets can be purchased at "Vision Realty" and "A to Z Con-
signment" in the Dollar General Plaza in Old Town, and at
"Vision Realty in Suwannee, also at 'New to You Consign-
ment" 1,6248 Hwy 19 in Cross City, or you can pur-chase them
at our Saturday pet adoptions at the CITGO gas station in
Old Town from 12:30 to 4:00 p.m. psa


AUTUMN DANCE DINNER
PLANNED
AT AMERICAN LEGION
POST 383 October 7. 2007

The American Legion Post
383 at Old Town is sponsor-
ing an Autumn Dance with
pork dinner on Sunday after-
noon, October 7th. beginning
at 4:00 P.M. The proceeds
from this dinner dance will
go toward helping our Veter-
ans every where. We are
sending care packages to rel-
atives of our Veterans in
Iraq and Afghanistan this
week. We want to thank
iross City Dental for donat-
ing tooth brushes tfor our
Veterans. Continue to pray
for our Veterans everywhere
and their families.For God
and Country, M. Christians,
publicity

The Varsity Bears Football
Team would like to thank
Dennis Bennett, Superinten-
dent of Schools; Gleinn Os-
teen, Top Rollison. Tim
Alexander, Pat Bell, David
Keen, School Board Members
and Leenett McMillan,
School Board Attorney for
feeding the football team Fri-
day night against Jefferson.
.County The team enjoyed
good food and fellowship be-
fore the game.

Thank you for your contin-
ued support of Bear football.
Sincerely,

Varsity Football Team &
Coaches

The Varsity Bear Football
team would like to thank
Mickey Johnson Logging
and County Commissioner
Troy Johnson for sponsoring
the meal for Friday nights
game against Williston. The
team enjoyed the good food
and prepared for the victory
over the Red Devils.

Thanks again for your con-
tinued support of Bear Foot-
ball.
Sincerely
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their Ladies to a wonderful meal, provided by the gentlemen
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Spotlight On Dixie


Operation Christmas Child Local Drop

Since 1993, Operation Christmas Child has collected and
hand-delivered more than 54 million shoe box gifts to hurt-
ing kids in 120 countries.

Rock Sink baptist Church in Old Town
Monday Nov 12-Thurs Nov 15
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Saturday November 17 10a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Contact Janet Cook at (352) 542-9488

American Legion Post #91 News

It's Showtime! It's that time, again, to take the kids to the
circus. most of the older generation remembers the "Great-
est.Show on Earth," with all the clean fun, the clowns and
animals, the excitement of the high wire walkers and also
the dog show. Even in the shows of today it's still a wonder
howthose performers and animals do it!

Sp make sure you plan to attend with your children and
grandchildren. for a great family night out and have some
fun at the Loomis Brothers Circus, coming to our area on
Friday, October 26 (7pm) and Saturday, October 27 (2pm and
6pm). gates open one hour before showtime.

Circus is to be held at the.FFA arena on Hwy 129 (Walker's
Curve) between Bell and Trenton. Sponsors of the circus
are the Character Council and the Jamerson-Sheffield
Amnencan Legion Post 91. Children age 12 and under are
free. Discounted advance ticket sales information can be ob-
tained by calling (Dixie County) 352-542-8490 or (Gilchrist
County' 352-463-1473 or 352-463-7031. See you there as we all
nijoy the thrills of a lifetime.


Log Cabin Quilters News


Log Cabin Quilters met Thurs. Sept 27 at
tie Levy County Quilt Museum, another
busy day Ann Hardee put in a quilt she
can quilt at home while she takes care of
Wayne. jannie brought her Fair Quilt
that goes to Tampa in January What a
wor of art and she really takes on quilts
that we can enjoy but would never have
the nerve to make it! We are proud Jan-
nie is a great part of our club.

We had a load of goodies brought in and
everyone really had a good time going
through everything. We are planning oil
putting up tables outside and start hav-
ing a porch sale. We have so much
brought in that we have no place for it


OLD TOWN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PTO
ANNOUNCES ANNUAL FALL FESTIVAL

Old Town Elementary School will hold its annual Fall Festi-
val on Friday, Oct. 12, 2007. Hours for the Festival are from
5:30 to 8:00 pm. The festival will beheld on the school cam-
pus. This is one of the PTO's major funding raising projects
and your support and participation is needed. Advance tick-
ets are 4 for 41.00 and will go on sale, Monday October 8th.
Advance tickets will be available in the front office until the
close of school on October 12. Tickets sold at the festival
will be 3 for $1.00. Tickets will be accepted at all booths ex-
cept the concession stand.

A raffle will be held for prizes of $25.00, $50.00 and $100.00
cash. Raffle tickets are on sale for $1.00 each. Students may
sell tickets and will receive four free festival tickets for each
book of tickets they sell. You may also purchase raffle tick-
ets at the front office.

We are asking for donations of 2 liter Coke or Pepsi prod-
ucts for the concession stand as well as donations of cakes
for the third grade cake-walk. You may send drinks to the
school at any time but please do not bring cakes until Fri-
day, October 12th. '

We invite you to celebrate fall at the Annual Old Town Ele-
mentary School Fall Festival. For questions or additional
information you may call the school during school hours at
542-7818.


and we have to be thinking about the
Quilt Show in December. We all appreci-
ate all that comes in and what we can't
use we take yarn and fabric to the nurs-
ing homes for the ladies to have some-
thing to do.

Greg and six boys were out Tuesday and
we got bulbs planted, the yard mowed,
waterdone done, and so much more.
Thanks, Lancaster. We also enjoyed a
visit from Mr. Gore. He is in the drug
program with his dog and does a great
job.

Lunch was great with bean soup, beets,
krat apple salad. eggs, potatoes, key lime
pie, watergate cake and so much more.
15 were present.


ENERGY AWARENESS MONTH

October is National Energy Awareness Month and October
30th has been designated as National Weatherization Day.
The State of Florida has administered the Weatherization
Assistance Program since its inception in 1976, and nation-
wide, over 5.5 million homes have been weatherized. This
day has been designated to provide recognition of the State
of Florida's Weatherization Program that provides funds to
very low and low-income families to help reduce energy bills
and to provide a more comfortable and safe home.
Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc. Weatherization Pro-
gram provide home repairs to homes in Bradford, Columbia,
Dixie, Gilchrist, Hamilton, Lafayette, Madison, Suwannee,
Taylor and, Union Counties.
A few of the Success Stories include a clients home that
needed floor repairs done on her home, and how the repairs
that were done not only reduced air infiltration but has
made her home much safer as holes in the floor were a safety
hazard. Door and windows has also made her home tighter
and safer. Another client reports that her home is tighter and
much improved with her new doors and windows and she re-
ally likes her new hot water heater. She is very pleased with
the program results. Another client had windows broken
out, exterior doors were not closing, and the bathroom floor
has fallen in thus causing air infiltration on this home. All of
this has been corrected and the client is very happy with the
results. With these repairs completed this should help with
her energy usage and correct a health and safety issue.
All of these homes had air infiltration and health and safety
issues before repairs were done.
For more information you can contact the Suwannee River
Economic Council, Inc. office in your local area.


SPRINGHOUSE QUILTER'S NEWS

A group of Springhouse, ladies met last Tuesday to participate in the Christmas card paper
piecing workshop taught by Beverly Shobe. These are small Christmas cards made using
small scraps of fabric. Approximately 10 ladies joined with Beverly to make the cards
There were bells, wreaths, Christmas trees, and snowmen patterns available for the quilters
to use. At the end of the workshop, the 8-10 ladies in attendance had completed 16 Christ-
mas cards.
These will be available in the Gift Shop during the Quilt Show on October 26 and 27.

Registration for the quilt show is nearing 150 quilts. These quilts are from quilters in the
area. Quilters from other guilds and interests have been invited to submit a quilt for show-
ing. The quilters may have their quilts judged for workmanship or they may be just put oi
display The United lMethodist Church Fellowship Hall in Trenton will be full of large
quilts with the over-flow of smaller items on display in the First Baptist Church Fellowship
building, across the street from the Methodist Church.

This year, 2007, is fast coming to a close and we wonder where all the previous months have
gone. Springhouse members have been so busy this year getting things ready for the quilt
show along with completing a lot of other
projects. Each member's community project quilt for the year is now due. These quilts will
be used for a donation for a local need. Springhouse Quilter's meet the second Tuesday of
each month for their regular business meeting and show and tell. The next meeting will be
on October 9 beginning at 9:00 AM and at 6:45 PM for the night group. For information on.
SpriighoLiuS'- Quiltels, please contact Mary Rawlins, 493-7401, or Lois Scott
4i:;3-220i7. '

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WEIGH IN IS ON
SATURDAY

The Suwannee River
Fair Fat Steer Weigh-
in is Saturday, Octo-
ber 6 from 7:00- 10:00
a.m. at the fair-
grounds in Fanning
Springs. Don't forget
your entry form and
make sure everything
is marked. There will
also be a Mock Show-
following weigh in for
any kid that wants to
participate.


WW II Veteran's
Club

All WWII veterans are in-
vited to meet with us on
Thursday, Oct.11 at 11:30 am
at Billy Jack's Restaurant,
143 Noble Avenue, Willis-
ton.

We had 40 members with us
in Sept. at Smokey's in
Cross City-the food and ca-
maraderie were both great.
New members joining for
the first time were Horce
and Helen Brown of
Archer, Neal Hubbard of
Trenton, Simon Bictela of
Cross City and Bob Wetzel
of Old Town.

I'd like to take this opportu-
nity to thank all who wrote
notes along with their an-
nual dues payment and all
who sent sympathy cards.
It was good to hear from all
of you.

Come join your peers. If
you have questions call Bil-
lie Cooper 352-493-9368 or
Dot Halvorsen 352-542-7697.


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Pathways to Faith


BEHOLD THE TABERNACLE OF GOD
The Natural Jew Continued from last week. I, the son of
man, say (Romans 4:16) "Therefore it is of faith, that it might
be grace; to the end the promise might be sure to all the seed;
not to that only which is of the law, but to that also which is
of faith of Abraham; who is the father of us all. (As it is
written, I have made thee as father of many nations,)..."
Righteousness is obtained by faith. Apostle Paul says that it
is this way in order that the promise made to Abraham
might be sure to all the seed, that is to all children of Abra-
ham, not to those only who are heirs because of the law (nat-
ural seed), but to those also who become heirs through faith.
(Uncircumcised Gentiles) This includes everyone who has
believed on Jesus Christ though all ages, whether Jew or
Greek, bound or free, all are one. I, the son of man, say Paul
was writing these words to Gentile Roman believers, and he
stood as it were, in their midst and declared that Abraham is
the father of us all. God's chosen people are not counted ac-
cording to the nature of descent. They never will be. Faith in
God through Jesus Christ is that which is counted. (Hebrews
11:6) "But without faith it is impossible to please him; for he
that cometh to God must believe that he is, and that he is a
rewarder of them that diligently seek him." Faith makes all
the difference. Those who have received this saving faith are
children of Abraham; all others are simply strangers and
foreigners. (Romans 10:12) "For there is no difference be-
tween the Jew and the Greek: for the same Lord over all is
rich unto all that call upon him." (Galatians 3:16) "Now to
Abraham and his seed were the promises made. He saith not,
and to seeds, as of many, but as of many, but as of one, and to
thy seed, which is Christ." Now understand Paul's statement
in Galatians 3:27-29. As many of you Galatians, as have been
baptized into Christ have put on Christ. And we are in Him,,
and He is in us. We are made one with Christ; therefore all
these same promises are now ours, even though we be Gen-
tiles. I, the son of man, say let us receive this great truth.
Whether you be Jew, Roman, Galatian, African, Spanish, or
any other nationality if you be Christ's then, and then only,
are you Abraham's seed, and heirs according to the promise.
Continued next week

Editor's fote: 3oth the Word'Made FleeshandiBe-
ho the 'fabernace of god areyaidadvertisements
and do not re ect the views of the ownership or staff
o the Dixie County Advocate.
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 Human 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 ful-
ly shown above; for what else did Mary, the mother, bring
forth than the Human in which was the Divine from the Fa-
ther? Hence from nativity 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 Mary was the Human in which was the
Divine for the Father. 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 reasori enlightened by the Lord
sees it there and thence. But that God was triune before the
world was created, the Sacred Scripture does not teach, and
reason enlightened there fore does not see. What is in David
concerning the Son, "This day have Lbegotten thee," is not
from eternity, 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 ratio-
nal 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 thinking
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 him-
self? Or how could a person beget a personfrom eternity?
Andi 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 this to that. Please stay up with me
the next four weeks. I want to show you something, Love you.
Cross City Pentecostal Holiness Church
Oct.7, 2007, Bro. Matt Clark from Bartow will be ministering
in the morning service.
James 4:7 "Therefore submit to God, resist the devil and he
will flee from you." ,
We must follow in order the two commands in this verse.
First we must submit to God by abandoning our selfish pride.
Second we must resist any temptation that the devil throws
our way Then the evil one will have no choice but to flee, for
we will belong to the army of the Living God. Have a blessed
week, Sister Louise Tyson

Please study the plan of


SALVATION
Hebrews 5:9,11:6 John 16:6


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


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


FIRST BAPTIST CHU RCHO UF ST'i'liN, ATCHEEi iNJE wS
Our folks "celebrating their birth" in September are: Sarah
Holden, Sam Gaston, Fred Mitchell, Ami Reed, Hanna Hold-
en, Joy Emrich, Brent Hoffman, and two visitors David
Mitchell and Nicholas Reed. I do apopagize if someone spe-
cial was left out, but we were on vacation a few weeks. But,
hey relax, maybe if your name was not printed, nobody
knows you are another year older ha ha. We love you
anyway!
?Let's continue to pray for the Pastor David Douglas family
and the return of their precious grandchildren. We lift up
Delores Badger, Mark Thornton, little Kyle Parrot and others
mentioned for prayer. By faith we trust GOD will work in all
the lives of these families. Let us remember: No one is hop-
less, whose hope is in GOD! Our hope in God---it's the only so-
lution for the deep tramas of life!
Remember the revival at Bro. Jon Edmisten's, Charity Bap-
tist Church in Perry, each evening at 7;,00 p.m. Evangelist
David Harriston will preaching from the heart thru Oct. 5th.
"Reaching the World One Heart at Time."Also pray for the
Tri-county Crusade-- Oct. 7th-llth with Evangelist Dr. Harold
Hunter at Old Town!
Come this Sunday and hear the gospel group. "Southland"!
They will be singing during the morning service.?We were
blessed when Stephen Reed played his guitar and
sang a song he wrote titled, "JESUS You Changed my Life"
Also Mitch Mitchell sang" Mansion on a Hilltop", while he
and Leon Holden played their guitars. We thank each of you
for sharing your GOD given talent.
Don't forget, There,will be a "Youth Explosion" on Friday
Oct. 19, at 6:00 p.m. here at First Baptist!!! Come on down and
check it out! On October 21st, we wiil be having our First
Baptist Church Homecoming. So mark your calendars for a
GOD filled day Come visit with?us on our special daylet's
worship, pray, sing praises, view slides of the past, share
our dinners? and listen to some good ole' gospel music
together!


National Life Chain Sunday 2007

October 7th (2:00 3:00)
Meet at First Baptist Church Cross City at 1:45 pm
What Is Life Chain
[t's a "prayer chain" and public (sidewalk) witness against
abortion.
Come, let us seek God's divine intervention for the healing of
our community and nation.
Our "New Life Crisis Pregnancy Center", located behind
First Baptist, will provide a "cool drink" following the LIFE
CHAIN at 3:00 pm. Come by and see how God has blessed
our community with an answer for those in crisis preg-nanc


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NEW PROSPECT'BAPTIST NEWS

On Sunday it was a blessing to have Bro. Joey Hay of the
Starke area with us. This dynamic young man of God was
filling in for Bro. Billy, who is recuperating from-a recent
medical procedure. With God's leading, Bro. Joey brought
two excellent messages, choosing his morning text from 1st
John 1:1-10, extending into 1st John 2:1-2, and his evening
text from Colossians 2:6-15. We welcome Bro. Joey back with
us anytime. In speaking of Bro. Billy, with God's wonderful
healing, we look forward to our dear pastor's return to the
pulpit very soon with a full recovery
On October 7th, there will be a Life Chain at the First Baptist
Church in Cross City from 2-4 P.M. On October 7th-llth,
there will be a Tri-County Crusade with Evangelist Harold
Hunter located near U. S. 19 (east side) between Fanning
Springs and Chiefland, beginning at 7:00 P M. nightly. We
will not have our regular Mid-week services at New Prospect
on Wednesday, Oct. 10th, as the church will turn out for the
Crusade. On October 8th, there will be an Associational An-
nual Meeting at 4:00.P. M. at Midway Baptist Church, and the
following day Oct. 9th, the same will be held at Lydia Baptist
Church, also beginning at 4:00 P.M.
We continue to be blessed with visitors each Sunday, for
which we are most thankful, as all are welcome! The need
for prayers continues to be of utmost importance, and we
urge you to pray for those on the church prayer lists, our
President and other political leaders, and all the members of
our armed forces. Have a good and safe week, and may God
bless you.
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS

Today was a special day at Faith. We had our usual 5th Sun-
day festivities with lunch in the fellowship hall immediately
following the morning service. We also observed the Lord's
Supper. The special music was really special as always.
Remember this week to pray for the less fortunate, the sick,
and the lost in our community God will bless you for your
efforts.
We want our visitors to know they are really "special peo-
ple" and that you're always welcome at Faith. If you were
just passing through, we invite you to stop in and worship
with us anytime. If you are looking for a church home,, we
invite you to share ours. We have a wonderful congregation
of loving people and it would be an honor to have you in our
midst..
We are thankful for all of God's blessings. Remember to
bring your children out on Wednesday night for the
AWANAS classes. The ones who are coming love it and we
would love to have your children, your relatives' children and
any children from your neighborhood to join us.. Invite
someone, then stand back and wait while God pours his
blessings out on you. Until next week, may God keep you
safe, healthy and happy

















WANDA LOU ODOM


WANDA LOU ODOM, 73, of Old Town passed away Thi
day, September 27, 2007 at her home. Mrs. Odom and h<
husband moved here 13 years ago from Denver, CO. Sh
a member of the Old Town First Baptist Church. She e
joyed many hobbies including making porcelain dolls,
ramics, needlework and sewing.

She is survived by her husband, Raymond P. Odom of
Town; daughter, Sharon Kay Briels of Gunnison, CO; s
ter, Linda Garcia of Centennial, CO; 2 grandchildren a:
2 great grandchildren.

Memorial service was held Saturday, September 29, 200
at 2PM at the First Assembly of God Church on Highw
351 in Cross City with Pastor Ricky Borklund officiating

Arrangements were placed under the care of the Rick
Gooding Funeral Home, US Hwy 19, Cross City (352) 49
5400.


fRANK MILTON WEAVE

FRANK MILTON WEAVER, 82, of Old To
passed away Thursday, September 27, 200'
at the Malcom Rndall VA Medical Center
Gainesville. He was a lifetime resident of
Dixie County he attended the Cross City
Seventh Day Adventist Church.

He is survived by his daughter, Gladys M(
ley of Yulee, FL; son in law, Gary "Gabby
Edmonds; sister, Lois Boucher of Palatka
FL; brother Laverne Weaver of New Sym:
na Beach, FL; 6 grandchildren and 3 great
grandchildren.

Memorial Services will be held at a later
date.

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


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Sr ROBERT LEE BROWN

MR. ROBERT LEE BROWN of Cross City passed away Fri-
day, September 28, 2007 at the Haven Hospice of the Tri-
urs- Counties. He was 72 years of age. Mr. Brown was born in
er Jena, Florida. He served in the United States Air Force for
e is 24 %2 years serving in Viet Nam and retiring in 1980. He
then went to work for Northrop Grumman as an
ln- aircraft technician. He retired from there in 2003 and
ce- moved back to Dixie County He was a member of the Dix-
ie County Rotary Club, the Dixie County Chamber of
Commerce and the DAV He was a protestant. He is sur-
vived by his wife, Mildred Brown of Cross City; daughters,
Old Pamela Kay Smith of Cross City and Judy Darlene Hanson
is- of Las Vegas, NV; brothers, Dan Brown Jr. of Melbourne,
FL, and Lamar Brown of Cross City; sisters, Mazell John-
nd son of Cross City and Hattie Keating of Syracuse, NY; and
grandson, Robert Corey Smith. He is preceded in death by
his brother, Walter; sister, Jenette; and parents, Dan and
Mae Valentine Brown.
ay Funeral Services were held Monday, October 1, 2007 at 7:00
ig. pm at the Rick Gooding Funeral Home with Rev. Mike
Brown officiating. A visitation was held on Monday
evening between the hours of 5 and 7 pm prior to the ser-
vice. Burial will follow at a later date,at Cross City Ceme-
8- tery, Cross City Florida. Arrangements have been placed
under the care of the Rick Gooding Funeral Home, Cross
SCity, Florida 352-498-5400.

aR Cross City Church of God to
Celebrate 81st Homecoming

wn The Cross City Church of God invites the
in community to a special day of celebration
Sunday, October 14, 2007. The church was or-
ganized and set in order on October 10, 1926.
The church continues to be located at the
same site of its birth, 216 SE 271st Street. The
ob- church has multiple ministries that reach
,, into the local community as well as other
parts of the world.
r-
"t The Homecoming Service begins at 10:30 am
Sunday Monday with a time of Praise and.
Worship, Special Singing, and a timely mes-
sage delivered by Special Guest Rev. Raymond
Gabbard, Retired Pastor of the Azalea City
Church of God, Valdosta, Georgia. After the
morning service their will be plenty of good
US food and lots of fellowship to celebrate this spe-
cial occasion.


Trt-Gounty urusade Tent Keviva Begms o6un ay
The much awaited
Tri-County Crusade Revival
will get started this Sunday
evening October 7th begin-
ning at 7:00PM and will run
through Thursday, October
llth. The revival will be -
held just north of Chiefland -.
on the east side of US 19/98
and will be under a massive
tent, called a "canvas cathe-
dral," with ample seating for
everyone. The public is cor-
dially invited to attend this
soul stirring event.
Leading the crusade
will be well-known evange-
list Dr. Harold Hunter. Many
will remember Dr. Hunter as the evangelist who led the spirit
filled revival in Old Town a number of years ago.
For those attendees with small children, a nursery
will be provided by Hardee Town Baptist Church. Special
music will be provided each night by Sonny and Dana Stroud
along with a choir made up of local church choir members.
In addition, local talent Jonathan Sherrill will sing one of
his hit singles on Wednesday, student emphasis night.
Mark your calendar now for this special event.
There will be plenty of lighted parking for your convenience.
Just look for the big tent being erected Saturday, October. 6th.
Come and receive a Blessing!

Fall Revival Services
Fanning Springs Community Church
Sunday morning & evening, October 7th through Wedhes-
day evening, October 10th. Services begin at 10:00 AM on
Sunday morning AND 7:00 PM each evening
Featured Speaker
Don Walton
Founder & Director
Time For Truth Ministries Spring Hill, Florida
Don Walton has served as pastor at churches in Florida and
his native Tennessee. Most recently he has served as the Di-
rector of Missions for the Pasco Baptist Association, an asso-
ciation of Southern Baptist churches in West-Central Flori-
da.
Don's popularity as a revivalist and conference speaker has
resulted in hundreds of invitations to speak at churches and
denominational meetings.
Don is also the author of several books and the founder of
Press Worthy Publishing, which is the publishing arm of
Time For Truth Ministries. Don's books include: Praying in
the Harvest: How to Pray for the Lost and The King of
Hearts: The Simplicity of Living in the Spirit.
More Information? Call 463-2602 or visit www.fanning-
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PASS North Ready to Head


to All-Star Speedway

Different Drivers Have Different Agen-
das As Season Winds Down


NAPLES, ME i Si.'l.-'ib.' i 27,
2007) As the race season
winds down, so are the
chances to see the drivers of
the Pro All Stars Series
(PASS) North Super Late
Models before they pack it in
for a winter of bench racing.
There are just two PASS
North events just to run in
2007 and the next one will be
a Saturday night shootout at
All-Star Speedway in Epping,
New Hampshire on October
6th.

"We're looking forward to go-
ing back to All-Star Speed-
way," said PASS President
Tom Mayberry "[Track own-
er] Bobby McArthur has
done a great job making im-
provements for the fans and
competitors at the track and
there was plenty of action
when we went: there early in
the Summer. The racing is
always fantastic on the tight
quarter-mile. It is also a
track Where they feature
weekly Pro Stock racing, so
we should pick up some of
the guys who know the track,
well for this race. It will be a
good show."

The di i\-ers who will be
hit'adini:. ,n All-Star have a
few different agendas.

Ben Rowe currently leads his
father Mike Rowe by only 12
markers in the PASS North
tan-din-,. Ben is a three-
time PASS North champion
and although Mike has won
some of the tour's biggest
races, he does not own a
PASS North title yet.




Armchair


Quarterback


L'-~'-'kn I iii i.it'-'ibL IL
Joe Naim ah wants the
NFL to c .id-_r placing
receivers in the helmets of
all the players so that they
can hear the quarterback.
"As a fai. I don't like to
see the gIme constantly
stt-ipp,-l and these five-
yaril penalties marked off
because a gu, silddeinly
can't hear and he just
flinchl-es a half-inch," Na-
math says. "I would like
for the linemen and the
other players to be able to
hear. Communication on
the field can only help the
quality of the game, and
the quality of the game
will serve the fan better."

Naiinath says with stadi-
ums now holding 80,000
fans and more, players
can't hear the quarter-
backs' calls because of
crowd noise. As a result,
linemen are too often
called for offsides penal-
ties, which slow the
game's tempo. "I think
these pla.vy-l need to have
a hearing device in their
helmets so we don't see
the game stop with these
lousy little penalties," he
says.

Namath assesses
today's
quarterbacks

Peyton Manning (Indi-
anapolis Colts): "Peyton


There are also several stand-
out drivers who are looking
for their first career PASS
North victories. Travis Ben-
jamin and Trevor Sanborn
have been ;no-iin-'i.:Ih on the
door of a win all season long.
Rookies Steve Berry, Adam
Bates and Derek Ramstrom
are also on top of their
games and appear ready
to join the list of PASS win-
iners. New I'i ,'Il racing
legend Dave Dion has been
quick in his #29 Ford and
would love to add a PASS
North victory to his mile-
long list of career accom-
plishments. Last season's
Rookie of the Year Alan
Tardiff is ready to shake off
his bad luck as well and
break on through to victory
lane. Underdog Gary Belle-
fleur has been getting better
and better each time out this
season as well, and would
love to end the final stretch
of 2007 on a high note.

Of course winning never
gets old either. Both Rowes,
Richie Dearborn,
Cassius Clark and Johnny
Clark would like to add at
least one more victory
to their 2007 records before
the seasons over.

The PASS North event at All-
Star Speedway is scheduled
for Saturday, October 6th.

For more information on the
PASS North and South Se-
ries, please contact 51
Sports at (704) 788-2134 and
for technical and rules infor-
mation on all of the PASS
tours, please contact Scott
Reed at (207) 625-3230.

Manning comes to mind
first, just to see his com-
mand of the entire situa-
tion. You watch efficiency,
man. Of course, Peyton is
one of a kind. He is better
than an ,ine? who has had
a chance to develop with
an offense. Peyton is con-
fronted with more mental-
ly than any quarterbacks
have been in the past, and
he's doing better than any-
body analyzing it, antici-
pating it and dealing with
it than anyone in the
past."

Steve McNair (Tennessee
Titans): "I've gol nothing
but great admiration for


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Pfti' Hamilton, the 1970
winner of the Daytona 500,
was recently interviewed
on "Inside Florida Racing".
Hamilton will join past
winners of America's
lii-,est stock car race in
February 2008 for a reunion
in Daytona. Hamilton, born
July 20, 1942, in Dedham,
Massachusetts, began rac-


ing street. stocks in 1962 at
Norwood Area where he
went on to bigger and better
things. "I started racing at
Norwood in the Street Stock
division when I was 19. It
did not take long before I
moved to Hobby Stock and a
few other divisions before
I went to
modifieds. I have been very
fortunate in my racing ca-
reer and believe that de-
sire is the key in rac-
ing. It is absolutely ... it
crucial to have de-
sire in racing and US t
just hang in there whe
which I did and won.
my fair share of ask
races." timn
In 1965, Hamilton
was the Thompsond*'s
World Series Twin 50's
Champion
and won the NASCAR Na-
tional Sportsman champi-
onship in 1967. At the end of

Steve McNair. I've
watched him from his col-
lege days on up."

Brett Favre (Green Bay
Packers): "We all enjoy
watching Brett Favre,; no
matter who they are play-
ing against, just for his
athleticism."

Michael Vick (Atlanta
.Falcons): "Michael Vick is
a special animal in that he
is so quick. He is fast and
fluid and so graceful. To
me, he is just marvelous
to watch, but a little frus-
trating in comparison to,
Manning, in a sense:


the 67 season, Hamilton
moved south where he won
the Grand National Rookie
of
the Year and 12 and 26
Grand American Division
races in 1969.

"When I won the National
Sportsman Champion, I was


on the podium with Bugs
Stevens and Richard Petty
That was something. Not
many saw us but we were
up there together."

"It was my friend Bob who
was racing Hobby Stocks at
Norwood that got me into
racing. He invited me to
come and watch and I knew
from then on, that that was
something I had to do. If


ning the Daytona 500 in
1970 followed by both Tal-
ladega races in 70. I was the
first driver who ever won
both Talladega races in 1970
and that was something but,
of
course, the Daytona 500
was the best."
It was not until 1999 that
any other driver


won both Talladega
"Some of the biggest events in my career races and it was


Dale Earnhardt who
1970 duplicated Pete's
70... wins. Pete also was
the winner of the
1974, Snowball Derby
at Five Flags Speed-
way in Pensacola, Florida.
"Eddie Flemke took me to
my first Daytona race and it
was a lot easier back then
to get to the drivers. Fans
today don't get to have that
pleasure mainly due to all
the sponsorship promotions
that they must do for their
sponsors. But it was the
fans who put us on that
track and it is the fans who
miss out today Hopefully


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people had not helped me, I
would have never won a
championship."

"Some of the biggest events
, in my career was in win-
Trent Dilfer (Seattle Sea-
hal ksi: "I like watching
him, knowing his limita-
tions and all. Watching
him work and play, this is
a guy you want on your
team. There's his attitude,
his leadership in practice
week in and week out.
He's a champion."

Tom Brady (New England
Patriots): "I almost forgot,
the best, who is up there
in New England, I enjoy
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still like his movement. I
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the racers someday will be
more accessible to thd fans
but it is definitely not like
it used to be for us drivers."
"Back in July of this year, a'
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were at the Pepsi 400 and it
was great having fans come
up to us that probably were
not even born when I
raced. They were so nice
and asked a lot of questions
and we "ole timers" had a
ball. We are supposed to do
that again in February
when Daytona celebrates
their 50th anniversary plus
I am going to try and mak-
ing it to New Smyrna
Speedway on February 15
for the reunion of drivers."
"You know when Richard
Petty and I raced, the racers
were a lot bigger than to-
day. We would weigh 200
pounds or better but we had
no power steering back
then and you needed weight
and strength for those cars.
Today's drivers are much
smaller and have power
steering. Some of
today's drivers would need
wooden blocks to reach the
pedals in our old cars."
Pete quit racing in 1974
when he found it too hard to
find a ride. In Pete Hamil-
Ip to ton's Grand Na-
tional career, he'
rn made 64 Grand Na-
Tnd tional starts with
33 top tens, 26 tops
ole fives, and 4 wins
along with 3 poles.
Pete Hamilton was
the first driver to
win $100,000.00 on a super
speedway in a single sea-
son. Pete went on to be-
come'a successful car
builder.


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School


tinued
from page 1


Queen Krissy is the
daughter of Joe and Diana
Locke. Krissy is the Drum
Major for the Dixie Coun-
ty Marching Band, and
she also serves as the Na-
tional Honor Society Se-
nior class President. She
is the Beta Club Vice-Pres-
ident, the Secretary for
the Fellowship of Christ-
ian Athletes, Rotary Club
Student Guest and voted
Friendliest by the Senior
Class. Krissy plans on at-
tending college, where she
will study music.


Queen Krissy was "
crowned by 2007 Queen-
Miss Maddie Kelley Kris-
sy will be joined by King Nate Carlton who was crowned at
the Bear Growl on Thursday night. Congratulations to
Queen Krissy and all of the Court and attendants.


JV Football, continued from page 1

By the end of the first half the Bears had allowed the Indians
to pull ahead, because of tirn-over's and missed plays. The
Bears defense kept themin the game and prevented the Indi-
ans from running away The second half action saw the Bears
knuckle down and score midway through the third on a
touchdown run by Mike West. The Bears pulled ahead by one
point. Fort White's inability to score on two separate field
goal attempts kept the Bears in the lead. At six minutes into
the fourth, Kyle Skelly scooted up the middle from tle Indian
twenty yard line to score. The Bears increased their lead 20-
13; this was immediately answered by the Indians, when they
scored on their next possession, to tie the game.

The Bears started the overtime play with first possession.
They scored on the second play with a run by West, but could-
n't make the extra point. The Bears led by six points. Fort
White took over the ball for their chance, but was stymied by
the Dixie defense. Kyle Skelly ended the game for the Indians,
when he intercepted a pass on the Indians third down. The fi-
nal score 26-20 in favor of the Bears.

This was a big win for the JV team and Coach Bennett. He
told the team after the game "We wanted it more, we were in
better condition, we didn't give up and I am proud of you for
sticking in there." Mike West and Kyle Skelly were the out-
standing players in this game although, the whole team did
except ionally well. Next week the JV Bears take on cross-
county rival Taylor County here at home. GO JV BEARS!


Making a run for it.
Photo by Chuck Elton


i'HE SCHOOL BOARD OF
DIXIE COUNTY, FLORIDA
REGULAR BOARD MEET-
ING Tuesday, October 9,
2007 6:00 PM.

Location of Meeting: School
Board Meeting Facility at
Highway 349 South, Old
Town, Florida

AGENDA
Call to Order, Invocation and
Flag Pledge
APPROVAL OF AGENDA
PRESENTATIONS)
AND 'OR SPECIAL RECOG-
NITION
NEFEC Principal Leader-
ship Academy

EXECUTIVE SESSION
INFORMATION AND AN-
NOUNCEMENTS FROM
SCHOOLS AND/OR DIVI-
SIONS
Instructional Services (K.
Baumer, Bray Durham,
Whittington)
Support Service Division
(Rains) '
Anderson Elementary
School (Hurst)
Old Town Elementary School
(Wadsworth)
Ruth Rains Middle School
(B. Baumer)
Dixie County High School
(Schofield)
Food Service (Fowler)
Finance Department (Wern-
er)
Superintendent, Board, and
Board Attorney
CITIZEN INPUT
Members of the public wish-
ing to address the Board
must complete a name card
for the Board Secretary.


OF BUSINESS INCLUDING
REGULAR AGENDA ADDI-
TIONS, AND ITEMS RE-
MOVED FROM CONSENT
AGENDA AND PLACED ON
REGULAR AGENDA (will be
placed here)

APPROVAL OF CONSENT
AGENDA
'A.Minutes
B.Personnel
C.Supplements
D.Out of Field Instructional
Staff
E.Strategic Plan
ESchool Improvement Plans
G.School Advisory Council
Membership
H.Five Year Capital Outlay
Work Plan
I.Internal Accounts Audit
Report
J.Job Descriptions
K.Substitute Bus Operator
Rate
L.November Board Meeting
Date Change
M.Substitutes
N.Volunteers
O.Warrant Register

ADJOURN

It is hereby advised that per-
sons desiring to appeal any
action of the School Board of
Dixie County may be re-
quired by Florida Statutes to
provide verbatim transcript
of said action. Persons with
disabilities who require as-
sistance to participate in the
meeting are requested to no-
tify the Office of the Super-
intendent at (352)498-6131 at
least 48 hours in advance, so
'their needs can be accommo-
dated.


Rangers Ambushed by Braves

The Ruth Rains Rangers lost to the Chiefland Middle School
Braves at the Dixie County Football complex 24-7 on Tuesday
night. This was the last home game for the Rangers as they
go on the road for the rest of the season, The Rangers scored
first, in the first quarter, when Kelby Lamar sprinted through
the Braves' defensive line for the touch down. Zack Cassidy
added the extra point and the quarter ended with rangers
seven, braves nothing.

During the second quarter the Braves managed to sneak in a
touch down against the Rangers, but couldn't convert the ex-
tra point attempt to tie the score. Things changed though,
with nineteen seconds to the half, the Braves scored again. ,
: The extra point attempt was broken up, but the Chiefland
J team gained the momentum for the second half. The Rangers
tried to make something happen and maintained possession
of the ball for most of the half, but a series of unfortunate
events took the wind out of their sails. First a slot pass to
Heath Montgomery for a big first down was called back due
to a penalty. Then a fumble was recovered by Chiefland and
was converted into a touchdown. The game ended with a
score of 24-7 and the Rangers post another disappointing loss.
The Rangers will be on the road the rest of the season look-
ing to make good the losses posted at home. Good luck
Rangers!


i'he Soaring fEagCes and WiCdOne's 4-1-C
club are having a meeting on 'lMonday,
October
8th at the Suwannee 'River 'Baytist
Church starting at 6:00 o.m. This is the
Cast
chance for sign-uys to be in the CCubl!


A GREAT BIG THANK YOU....
to all (students and parents) who helped with the DCHS
Homecoming
activities (banner, skit, & float)!
For fear of forgetting someone, I won't begin to mention any
names, but you certainly know who you are! A special
THANK YOU to Mr. Bo Markham, for the use of his trailer
and to Mr. Anderson, for the use of his building, at the air-
port, where we built our float (cruise ship! Students and Par-
ents, please continue to watch the paper
(and flyers @ school) for upcoming class activities (POW-
DERPUFF etc.)! Contact 498-6444 (after 2:45) or yvonnesulli-
van@dixie.kl2.fl.us for details..
Thanks again,
Yvonne Sullivan, Christy. Keen,
& the Sophomore Class (C/O 2010)


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Oct 4 RRMS Football at Oak Hall 6:00
JV vs. Taylor Co. 7:00
Oct 5 Math-A-Thon Deadline
Varsity football vs. Ft. White 7:30
Oct 6 Fat Steer Weigh In until 10:00 AM
Oct 8 2:40 School Improvement Meeting
4:00 RRMS volleyball vs. Steinhatchee
Oct 9 RRMS Volleyball vs. Chiefland 4:00
DCHS Volleyball at Ft. White 5:30/7:00
RRMS football.at Lake Butler 7:00
Oct 10 FFA meeting RRMS 2:35


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wv trim. green lima beans, fruit juice


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Bkft. Eggs with hash round '
Lunch: Hot dog on bun or manager's coice, oven e.frft,ftt
juice. chocolate chip cookie
Thursday
Bkfl: Two applesauce m "ff s '.
Lunch Beef streak wah rice and gravy, cdrnbread or deli
turkey on bun with trimmings, turnip greens, chilled ftit

Friday
Bkft: Harn and cheese biscuit
Lunch: .
Pizza or Manager's choice, fresh garden salaq. with b.'f ,
ranch dressing or hot veggie. fruit jitce ''
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parents would like to thank
Rick Gooding Funeral Home
for its support and for feeding the
team before the last game.


CLASS OF 1997 REUNION

Atlenlion 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
nicole0516t@'yahoo.com. Please RSVP by October 12 there
will be food and lots of fun.


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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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Down Home Days Just Around
the Corner
Down Home Days is rapidly ap-
proaching! Only 100 days*until the
big event. The 23rd annual Down
Home Days arts and crafts festival
will be held on 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 and a chance to
greet your neighbors. This is a tri-
county event with. a great history
for our area. On board already: a
petting zoo, several craft artists and
a rumor of an early "Stop-by with
Santa!" Interested 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
many seniors in the community
:Iir '.i' OUld tinelii ['from flrhe -,"-t", I,
A'survey is 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 352-542-2656 or email drnas-
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AMERICAN 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) The Post canteen is
open every day 10amOlOpm. For
more information call 542-2021

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
pregnancy test & confidential coun-
seling. Office hours: Monday &
Thursday, 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 in 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 Democracy
th,-me for this year is "My Role in
Honoring America's Veterans": Stu-
aentr 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 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, 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, 351, 2 miniles
North of Cross City. For more infor-
mation call 498-3031

GUN SHOW and Dixie Fall Festi-
val Saturday October 13th, 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
more information log onto
www.willistonfl.com or call the'
Williston 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.com 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-
:ion' 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.

Suwannee river Shrine Club -
Breakfast October 6, 2007 will be
serving eggs, grits, bacon, sausage,
pancakes, biscuits, gravy, ice tea,
coffee. 7-10:30amiYard Sale -7-
10:30am. Turkey Shoot $3.00 Shot.
9am until 352-542-9284

Dixie County Chamber of Com-
merce.2nd Thursday of each month
at 12 noon at the Dixie County Li-'
brary

Dixie County Education Founda-
tion- 2nd Tuesday of each month at
12 noon. At Author Bellot's Office
for Dixie Education Foundation,
Inc. Call: 498-1426.

Dixie County Historical Society-
3rd Monday of each month at
6:30pm. call: 498-3128

Dixie County Woman's Club 2nd
Thursday at 7pm

Dixie Horseman's Association -
every 3rd Tuesday at 7pm at the Cy-
press Inn.

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

Levy County Horse Club- 2nd
Thursday of each month at 7:30pm
at the Bell's Restaurant in
Chiefland.

Man-To-Man- Prostate Cancer
Group- meeting 3rd Wednesday of
each month from 7-8pm. Call: 1-888-
295-6787. (Press 2) Ext. 114

NA Meetings each Thursday at
7pm at the Cross City Church of
.God onr, Kenniiih St, in Cross City,
FL. C.il -:52 4'A9S 36-2




ESTATE SALE- Collectors, estate
priced to sell, everything must go.
1950's coke machine, lots of
Nascar, military, misc., collec-
tables, ZTR mower, tools, guns,
household+ much more. This Sat-
urday 8-5 + Sunday 8-5.207 NE 639
St. Off of 272. Robin Lane off of
Willow Hole. Old Town. 41

YARD SALE- Neighborhood. Oct
6th. Saturday only. 8am-? Old
Pinelanding 4 miles South on SR
349 from US 19 + 349.
.41

GIANT MOVING SALE (60
YEARS accumulation) RAIN OR
SHINE. Friday October 5 & Satur-
day, October 6 8:00am until
5:00pm. Small English Pub piano,
antiques, old tools, 2 wind-up
phonographs and records, radios,
bottles, dolls, Rockwell plates col-
lections, Christmas items, some
furniture, oodles of picture
frames, maybe a few paintings,
numerous items looking for a
home. In Cross City turn South at
BP Station follow signs: 53 SE 31st
Ave. 41
YARD SALE- Rain or Shine. Sat-
urday October 6, 2007 at 8:00am
until .Old Town 371 NE 118 St.
41

BIG YARD SALE- at St. Johns's
alt. 27. From 8:00am to 4:30Dm.


HOIMlESTAGING & DECORAT-
ING OLD FLORIDA STYLE -
Homes, Offices, Restaurants, &
Condos. Call Ruth Ann Lovelace
352-226-7149. Email
lovelacera Rvahoo.com
20-ufn

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

HANDYMAN SERVICES car-
pentry, mental roofs, additions,
proches, remodeling, decks.
FREE ESTIMATES, Call 352-949-
2292 o 352-463-6439. Unf


PAINTING PRESSURE WASH-
ING Pool and patio deck build-
ing, and home improvement. De-
pendable fully insured. Call
Shamrock services 352-463-1212
Ufn

DIXIE MONUMENTS serving
North Central FL for 16 years.
Open Tuesday-Friday 8-4. Satur-
day 8-12 or call for appointment
anytime. Located on 512 Ave (be-
hind McCrabb 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, com-
plete tractor and bobcat service.
Cell 352-542-4310 Free Estimates
Ufn

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

DUNN RITE Painting-Pressure
washing, great work, great prices-
no job to big or smallFree esti-
mates-Lic. & Ins. Call 352-210-0122.
Ufn

MARTIAL ARTS- Self Defense
Classes Kids/Adults. Gain con-
fidence. Respect. Fitness. $35.00
Registration fee, then only
$5.00/class. Free uniform. Larry
Taylor's Karate Training Center,
Cross City 498-0048
Ufn

JIMS PRESSURE
WASHING/EXTERIOR PAINT-
ING sincel985. Exp/Ins. Call Pas-
tor Jim Hurst at 352-463-1212.
ufn

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

WATERFRONT VACATION
RENTALS in Town of Suwannee
where the Suwannee River meets
the Gulf of Mexico. Nightly or
Weekly Condos, Homes, Cabins &
RV lots. Vision Realty Tri-County
I n c
www.visonrealtvtricountv.com to
view or make reservations call
352-542-7729 or 352-542-2338

Ufn
STAGE COACHING CLASSES -
'Learn how to decorate yours
home'or office Ike the profession
als. A one hour class is usually all
you need to get you 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
HOMESTAGING & DECORAT-
ING Homes, Offices, Restau-
rants, & Condos. Call Ruth Ann
Lovelace 352-498-9944 or 352-226-
7149, email
lovelacera@yahoo.com.
uffi

Pregnant and need help? At the
Crisis Pregnancy Center we offer
assistance free. Services are pro-
vided without discrimination.
Call (352) 498-7776, Monday &
Thursday, llam-4pm. Look for
our sign on Hwy 19, across from
Dixie County High School.
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SHOWERS OF BLESSINGS
CUSTOM WATER, TREAT-
MENT
We custom build our systems to
meet your need. We have Reverse
Osmosis to give you clean healthy
drinking water. We have GE wa-
ter treatment systems for the
whole house. GE financing avail-
able with no money down and
low, low payments. Why rent
when you can own your won? Call
today for your free water analy-
sis. For all of your water prob-
lems. Call your GE Platinum
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. Ufnh

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

Musical Items Guitar, Bass &
Keyboard Lessons available.
Qualified instructors. Dixie Mu-
sic Center, Old Town 542-3001
40,41,42


2 & 3 BDR HC & non_HC Ac-
cessible apts. Rental HOUSE
FOR SALE 3br/11/2 House on
1 acre in Old Town with garage
and Shed. Asking $ 82,500.00.- 352-
562-2011


RESTAURANT FOR LEASE-
Quaint, established restaurant
for lease. Located on main Thor-
oughsare in a coastal community.
Still in operation with a great cus-
tomer flow. Turn Key 25k. Call
Robyn Marable at 352-498-
2116/352-210-9052.

NO CREDIT CHECK: 2 isolated
acres just off of Spillers Hi-Way
Partly cleared and all for $26,900,
Owner financing available with
$900 down, $266 per month. Nor-
ris McKinney (352) 498-3545.

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

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

2 BR, 2B, DOUBLEWIDE FOR
SALE on 2.5 acres on Duland
Lane in the Hammock. All this
unit needs is you and a little TLC.
The price is $59,900. With average
credit, I'll finance for $2,900 down
and $496. per month. Norris McK-
inney (352) 498-3545.




TIMBERS APARTMENTS-1-2 &
3 BDR HC & non_HC Accessible
apts. Rental assistance may be
available. 231 NE 97th Street,
Cross City, FL call 352-498-3175,
TFDD/TTY 711. Equal-Housing-
Opportunity. ufn

COURT HOUSE, SQUARE,
CROSS CITY-Professional Office
% of Building Available. Faces
Courthouse Parking Lot. Great
Location...Historic Brick Build-
ing- Tile/Hardwood Floors. Sepa-
rate Entryway divided into recep-
tion area & 2 large offices.
$500/month including utilities
352-328-1405 UFN

RESTAURANT FOR LEASE-
Quaint, established restaurant
for lease. Located on main Thor-
oughsare in a coastal community
Still in operation with a great cus-
tomer flow. Turn Key 25k. Call
Robyn Marable at' 352-498-
2116/352-210-9052.

Retail Office or Sales over 1,000
Sq ft. Prime Location, Cross City
$ 608.00/month. 1st last and De-
posit. 352-486-2154 or 352-317-8750.

MH FOR RENT (1) D/W, (1)
S/W, (1) 3BD/2BA on 2 acres C/H
and air, (1) 3BD/1BA on 2 acres.
Between Cross City and Old
Town. 542-3377 578-4461 41

CUTE iBD/1BA Frame House
for 1 or 2 people max.! Corner lot,
all, appliances, additional storage
buildings, Suwannee Gardens.
$500/mo, first/last/$250 security
required to move in. (800) 228-
6422, (352) 542-7211 or (305) 793-
8476 cell ufn




Beef for Freezer $1.25.0). lb.
Live weight plus slaughter, cut
and wrap. Grain fed, no hor-
mones. /4, %2 or whole. Evergreen
Farm. 352-542-7135 or 352-498-7067.
Ufn

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

"1989" .Bass Boat, 150 HP Evin-
rude Trailer, Many extras, extra
clean, runs excellent!- Call 542-
3117 for more info. 40,41

1995 Oldsmobile- 498-5878 41

LOOKING FOR CHEERLEAD-
ERS for the Cross City Devils!
Sign ups @ Hudson Park Field.
Saturday, October 6, 2007 @ 5 p.m.
Ages 15 & up! You're never too
old to cheer! Call Elaine @ 498-
2691 41


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


HOUSEKEEPER needed, hon-
est, dependable, reliable, apply
in person at 228 NE Hwy 51,
Steinhatchee Landing Resort -
352-498-3513
Ufn

AVON REPS NEEDED In this
area. Earn 50% Commission. Free
gift at sign up. Start kit is $10.00.
Call Terri at 1-877-814-4516

Ufn
Advertising Reps Dixie County
Advocate Local paper with large
ad base. Seeking to expand Com-
petitive salary plus excellent com-
mission fax resume 498-0420 or
email editor(a)dcadvocate.net
S Ufn

Driver needed with clean CDL -
Logging Company Drug Screen
Required. Call evenings after 6pm.
S41,42

Help Wanted: Full-time Job
Coach. A bachelor's degree from
an accredited College or Universi-
ty with a major in.business educa-
tion or social behavioral or reha-
bilitative service. In lieu of a
bachelor's degree a person rend-
ing this service shall have an As-
sociate's Degree from an accredit-
ed college or university with ma-
jor in business education or a so-
cial behavioral or rehabilitees sci-
ence and two (2) years of experi-
ence. Experience in one of the
pret-i iouisly mentioned fields shall
substitute on a y ear -for %ear basis
fbi the required college educa-
Lion Dedlitne October 15, 2007.
Florida driver's liien.e, able to
pass background ch'-cks. Send re-
sume and two (2) letters, of refer-
ence to LARC, PO Box 86, Otter
Creek, Florida 32683
S41,442
PART-TIME TRAINER: Possess
at least a high school diploma or
equivalentt T wo years of experi-
ence workui? nith persons with
disabihtie- may substitute for
diploma. Send resume and two (2)
letters of reference to LARC, PO
Box 86, Otter Creek, FL 32683 or
pick up application at LARC.
Funded by Florida Dept of Chil-
dren & Family Service and the
State of Florida EOE. Deadline:
October 15, 2007.
41,42
Food Service Personnel for cor-
rectional feeding program. Food
production experience. Clean
back round and drug screening re-
quired. Benefits. 352-498-0301.
41,42
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DOMIESTIC VIOLENR C WS
UAL ASSAULT SERVICES: In-
dividual counseling and support
groups for women and offered
through Another Way, Inc Ser-
vices are confidential and free.
Contact any of our Outreach of-
fices at 352-486-3305, 352-498-1293,
(386) 758-4843, or (386) 792-2747 for
an appointment or the location
and times or group counseling.
Another way, Inc. also provides
two 24-hour crises lines. Sexual
Assault 1-866-875-7983 Domestic
Violence 1-800-500-1119, informa-
tion and referral services, legal
advocacy, community education,
and professional training for law
enforcement, health care and edu-
cational personnel.
Ufa

A A MEETINGS-Wednesday
night. 8:00 pm at eh fellowship
Baptit church, in Steinhatchee,
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 alcohol
addiction in a loved one? Don't
know whom to turn to for
help? Contact drug Rehab Re-
source for a free confidential
consultation to find the help
you need. Call today. 1-866-649-
1594 or find out more at
www.druerehabresource.net .
Don't wait.


nance, Cash Out, Lower Monthly
Payments, Less Than Perfect
Credit, Manufactured ,Homes,
Construction Loans, Hard Equity,
Self. Employed/No Income Verifi-
cation, Reverse Mortgages, Land,
Commercial Property. Kymco
Mortgage Phone 1-877-
346-0100


Cross Uity iNeuterea -Dent rignt
leg. Needs meds- has had 2
seizures. Well taken care of-
Needs Good Home. Call 352-463-
0151. 41


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Bejane.Com: The Home
Improvement Workout
Can't Make It To The
Gym? It's Okay! Do-It-
Yourself Instead!


Does your exercise rou-
tine have you .in a rut? No time for the gym?
No problem-you can probably burn all the
calories you want by rolling up your sleeves
md tackling those longstanding, long-over-
due projects around the house. You'll get
your workout in and have something to show
for your efforts at the end of the day.
Hard to believe a project around the house
could replace your step class? Just think
about the how sore you felt the last time you
finished an arduous job like painting the out-
side of your house, tearing out carpeting, or
stripping and refinishing a piece of furni-
ture. Those aching muscles got that way be-
cause they were pushed to their limits. Stren-
uous physical labor burns calories fast,
builds muscle mass, and can
help develop coordination and
balance. Combine that with .
the satisfaction of a doing it
yourself and you've got plenty '
of reasons to head to the work-
shop for your workout.
But, just how much are you
burning? Well, we went
through a number of typical
home improvement projects
and determined which ones
will help you not just get your
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take on a major task. Much like a do-it-your-
self project, exercise is something that you
should take on gradually. As you get stronger
and more confident, you will be able to build
up your endurance level.
So, whether you are a gym rat or an exercise
novice, now you really have no.excuse to give
your home and your body a makeover they
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An Evening with

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Tickets available at the PAC Box Office
the evening of the performance

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PRACTICAL ASTROLOGY
OCTOBER 2007

Aries
It's been roughly six months since your birthday, Aries,
and now the sun is in romantic and compatible Libra. You
receive positive energy from the new moon on the 11th but
Mercury goes retrograde on that day so you must guard
against minor foul-ups. Communicate clearly and be pa-
tient with,others. In general you are upbeat and people are
drawn to you!
Taurus
'What a beautiful month for you, Taurus! Autumn always
-brings a romantic feeling and that's what you should ex-
pect. Stay positive and use the Mercury retrograde on the
11th to show your ability with details while others may be
stumbling!
Gemini
Have you ever noticed when work is piled a mile high, even
though you are gasping for air, that you perform at your
best? There may be some of those opportunities this
month, Gemini. Your creative abilities come to the fore-
front when you find yourself in a new and difficult work
situation. When the dust settles, your quick wit will serve
you well!
Cancer
Life will be exciting but not without challenges. Expect the
unexpected, Cancer, so you will be ahead of the game. Dif-
ficult choices between work and family come into play so
be sensitive where others are concerned. There may be
moments when you are absolutely charismatic!
Leo
It's never comfortable for you to be caught in awkward sit-
uations, Leo. In fact, you are not the usual smooth operator
wl\\'n it happen.-, so be prepared for surprises. A great
month for romance; you may encounter some new and
mysterious personalities. Don't take foolish chances!
Virgo
Perfection may not exist for you this month, Virgo. The
Mercury retrograde begins on the 11th causing mistakes


and ditticult communications. You could decide to use tnis
time as an opportunity to stop sweating the small stuff. Be-....
gin plans for a trip but don't make plans to leave until No-
vember 1st or later.
Libra
Your best creative self emerges as you take on a mission. Use
the energy in various ways at work or for self-improvement.
Be open to insights shared by others and consider their
ideas. Check and recheck appointments and speak in a pre-
cise manner. Enjoy a beautiful October, Libra!
Scorpio
You may experience minor frustrations between the 11th and
the 23rd when the sun moves into your sign, Scorpio, but
there are many more positive aspects to the month than neg-
ative. You are full of energy prior to the 23rd and should con-
sider it prime planning time! Don't discount the intellectual
depth of a new person in your life.
Sagittarius
Focus on tasks at hand. Daily meditation will'help you be all'
you can be. Introspection and spirituality are also key words
for you, Sagittarius. The new moon in Libra on the 11th will
provide some needed energy, as you will be busy! Balance be-
tween family and career are very important. People look to
you for guidance.
Capricorn
As a deep-thinking person, you will be challenged with op-
portunities to make important decisions. You may be consid-
ering a change affecting career or family, and will need ap-
propriate judgment. Demand precise communication of
yourself and others. Practice patience, Capricorn!
Aquarius
October should be a great month for you, Aquarius. Your
mind is sharp and communication skills are up to any chal-
lenges. An opportunity to move in a new direction could
bring positive changes. Be ready! Love relationships may
move to higher levels.
Pisces
Don't expect everyone to "meet you halfway", Pisces. You
will need to extend yourself more than what seems fair, but
the results will be worth it. Life becomes much smoother on
the 23rd, and people around you seem more agreeable. A
lucky day is the 26th when the moon is full in Taurus!


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mind and keep your focus on your work.
Soon. those beads of sweat will be telling you
you're burning enough energy to rival your
routine at the local fitness center.
NOTE: The calorie counts we've determined
for these projects are based on a 140 pound,
38 year-old woman. If your weight is above or
below 140, you can determine the exact num-
ber of calories you're burning by simply vis-
iting the websites we mention at the end of
this article.
Get Out!7 "- e -':
Preparing for winter weather gives you the
opportunity to work that body Putting up
your storm doors and windows is a pretty
boring chore but will allow you to indulge in
a second piece of pizza later, using up to 320
calories per hour. If your annual gutter
cleaning reveals a lot of damage, don't be too
upset about having to replacing them. Think
of it this way: three hours of hard labor will
burn off almost 1,000 calories. That's equal to
a great dinner out on the town! .
Stay In!
It's especially hard to maintain or lose
weight during the long winter season. After
all, bathing suit season is months away and
it's much easier to hibernate at home than
run in the cold or fight your way to the gym.
Because we do spend so much of our time
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to tackle all of those projects you have been
putting off. Doing so will not only make you
feel better about where you live and keep you
in shape, but w ill help) keep the seasonal
blues at bay.
Has your carpet seen better days? Had one
too many beverages spilled on it? If so, you
have no reason not to pull it up and start
over. Ripping up new carpet and installing a
new one burns about 290 calories an hour,
and is a several-hour job. Of course, you will
have to move your furniture to get to. the car-
pet. If you decide to rearrange your furni-,
ture after the carpet is down, you can sub-
tract 420 calories from your last meal.
Other indoor calorie-busters include dry;
walling (200 cal/hr), electrical or plumbing
work (260 cal/hr) and sawing by hand (480
cal/hour). Have an old piece of furniture .
that needs a new life? Refinish that old desk
and chair and you .ill melt 290 calories ;
away. .
Paint the Pounds Away
Painting is a quick and easy fix for any room
of the house. As it turns out, this activity
can also help keep you fit. Slapping some
paint on a fence will burn off
about 285 calories an hour,
while covering up those
m mauve walls your spare bed-
room will allow you to bid
goodbye to about 200 calories
Super hour of work. IWe aren't
even counting the prep work
Sphere! If you feel the urge, a
new coat of paint on the exte-
rior of Votu" house is a major
." '. calorie k icker too. A full
day's work (about 8 hour's)
will burn more than 2,500
calories!






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AGENDA
Regular Meeting- Dixie County Court-
house
Commission Meeting Room
October 4, 2007 -10:00 AM

The Dixie County Board of County
Commissioners of Dixie County, Flori-
da, will meet on Thursday, October 4,,
2007, 10:00 AM in a regular meeting in
the County Commissioners Meeting
Room, in the Dixie County Courthouse,
Cross City, Florida.
1. Call to Order
2. Invocation and Pledge to the
American Flag
3. Approval of Commission
Minutes
PUBLIC HEARING: THE PUBLIC
HEARING MAY BE CONTINUED TO
ONE OR MORE FUTURE DATES. ANY
INTERESTED PATY IS ADVISED THAT
THE DATE, TIME, AND PLACE OF
ANY CONTINUATION OF THE PUBLIC
HEARING SHALL BE ANNOUNCED
DURING THE PUBLIC HEARING AND
THAT NO FURTHER NOTICE CON-
CERNING THE MATTERS WILL BE
PUBLISHED.
A) A petition by,Mary Haufler
to request a variance be granted to re-
duce the caAal frontage setbacks from 35
feet to 13.5 feet from the house as provid-
ed by the site plan dated September 21,
2007 which is within a Residential Sin-
gle family Mobile Home-2 (RSF/MH-2)
District to be located as; Lots 33 and 34
Suwannee Shores S/D, located in Sec-
tion 19, Township 13 South, Range 12
East."
B) 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
tue hos.-e as pro', iijd t:, true 'it pian
Jat ,d Septembr'-r 21. 007 ,ci'. c i v. ith-
m a R5,idental Single Famdi, Mobile
Home-2' RSF MlH 2* DiLtrI.:t ti:. be oeat-
ed as; Lot 6- and El I of Lot &i, Str.. an-
nee Shoies S D located in Section 19.
To.wnnsip 13 South Range I:, East..
4. S:,nia Reied
5. GIlao;B Rr.li.on
6; 1. "ra.v and Mlike C-Jdert,
RE.' Humane S'clery
Fundraising Event
7. Tony Johns, Suwannee Wa-
ter and Sewer District Manager
B ile''. Bi;hop. & Lan:e


9. Bettie Gall usteen, indigent
Healthcare Agent
10. Joe Ruth, Solid Waste Coor-
dinator
11. Jerry Prater, Veterans Ser-
vice Officer
12. Rita Harris, Harris Consult-
ing, Inc.
13. Steinhatchee Water
14. Jack Spivey, Building and
Zoning
15. John Jenkins, Zoning Offi-
cial
16. Howard Reed, County Road
Superintendent
17. Tim Alexander, Emergency
Services Director
.18. Cindy Bellot, Librarian
19. Arthur Bellot, County Coor-
dinator
A) DOT.memorandum RE:
Bicycle/ Pedestrian Facility
20. Leenette McMillan, County
Attorney
21. Dana Johnson, Clerk of
Court '
22. County Commission Items
23. Vouchers Approved
24. Adjourn
PLEASE BE ADVISED that if a person
decided to appeal any decision made by
the Board with respect to any matter
considered at such meeting or hearings,
he/ she will need a record of the pro-
ceedings, and for such purpose, he/ she
will need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony
and evidence upon which the appeal is
to be based.
"Persons with disabilities requesting
reasonable accommodations to partici-
pate in this proceeding should contact
(352) 486-4931 (Voice & TDD) or via Flori-
da Relay-Service at (800) 955-8771."
The Boarf meets the first Thursday of
each month.at 10:00.AM- and the third
Thursday of each month at 6:00 PM. In-
dividuals that would like to be placed on
the agenda should call Dana D. Johnson,
'Clerk of Court, by 4:00 PM'on Friday
Preceding the Board meeting, at (352)
498-1200.
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APPROVED

Agenda Regular Meeting October 4;
2007-Page PAGE 2 of NUMPAGES 3 .


[N HE CIRCUTTCOURT OF TIE FIFTH .IIrDICIAL CIICITE,
LN AND FOR DIME COUNTY, FLORIDA.
TORIDA 12 [NC..
SFlorida Corporadtion.


Plaintir,


N UOTICE

The Early Learning Coalition of the Nature Coast, serving
Citrus, Dixie, Gilchrist, Levy and Sumter Counties, will be
facilitating the Citrus County Advisory Council Bi-Monthly
Meetings at the Environmental Health, FSU Extension Office
in Lecanto, Florida. The next meeting will begin at 9:00a.m.
on Monday, October 8th, 2007. Please contact the Coalition
Office at 352-563-9939 if you have any questions. Public par-
ticipation is welcome.


41

Ihe Learning Coalitlon ot the Nature Coast will be facilitat-
ing the Sumter County Advisory Council Bi-Monthly Meet-
ing on Wednesday, October 10,2007 at 9:30 a.m. The meeting
will be held at the Wildwood Government Annex Building,
362 Shopping Center Drive, Wildwood, FL. 34785. Please con-
tact Coalition staff at 8977-336-5437 if you have any ques-
tions.. Public participation is welcome.

41


I'he Learning Coalitlon of the Nature Coast will be facilitat-
ing the Bi-Monthly Tri County Advisory Council Meeting oh
Friday, October 12, 2007. The meeting will begin at 9:30a.m.
at the CDS Chiefland Office, located at 124 N. Main Street,
Chiefland, FL. Please contact Coalition staff at 877-336-5437
or 352-490-5855 if you have any questions. Public participa-
tion is welcome.
41!

PUBLIC NOTICE

The Dixie County SHIP Program will begin taking new applications on Octo-
ber 22, 2007.

Currently, we are trying to locate past SHIP applicants who may have applied
and thought to be on a vvait in liHst These are miv iduals .ho have needed
emergency repairs or who are looking for down payment assistance. These,
are also indi idu,'ls who have a '-ood frame or ma-uonry home Vho r~'e in need
of repauLr Moble home irepa irs are NOT applicaile

For aldditiu:,al nlormanion. please couritact the SHIP offi,:e at 198i)i.rl':i2. Office
hoars- .are Wed and Fri fro:m 8 i5 :i 31 Other tirres. lea'.ea mes-age and you
-.ul be conatmced 40,41,42,43


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CASE NO. 00o'-CA-gIe


CHARLES PARSON a/k/a CHARLES
LEE PARSON aod RACHEL
'P.RSON. alk'a RACHEL A. NAL4RTIN
PARSON, their unknown spouse, heirs, desisees,
_nulees, creditors, and all
tiher Parties claiming by through, or
asinsi them, JOHN DOE!. JANE DOE
LND ANY KNOWN OR LFNKNOWN TEN. NTS,
Defendants


NOTiCE OF ACTION
TO: CHARLES LEE PARSON RACHEL PARSON
506 NT 453 AVENUE alk/a RACHEL A. MARTIN PARSON
OLD TOWN, FLORIDA "680 506 NE 453mS' AVENUE
OLD TOWN, FLORIDA 32680

YOU ARC NOTIFIED that Complaint to Foreclose ais to the following described lands
n Dixw Couny, Florind:
Those lands as described in ELhibtl "A" attached hereto and made
a part hereof by reference.
TAX PARCHEL ID 13 0 1dCa tfl 8 Oifrr ji0 0%ss OoSaluo
A lnwsun bha been filed against you and you are required to stcne a copy or your written
dereases, if any, on RONALD W. STEVE NS. Plansui s attorney. hose addrns is Post Ofice
Boa 1444, Bronson, FL 3262 I, ono or before dZ-f jL, 20fl, and file the original with the
Clerk or this Court eiher before senice on Plaidntif attorney or immediately thereafter;



otherwisese a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Complain,

WITNESS my hand and the seal of this Court on 5 -, 2007.


.'O, a Clerk of Court


r, I.. ... Deputy Clerk



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PFagi UIl-. ud O aBook i24 Pli 73of dio Caa o iFnie.O FPL, a iihit a 19
Wyide Mebie hom 11575 sad 11155A risk N SIU172 & illi n oerlitr .it u

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011IlL Ci.CIJIT cOuRT O-r O,'L'JF COUinTY. Fi.RIDRA-


IN RETHE ESTATE O


Cas No.- 2007 -CP-92'


DA\'tD k DANTiLLSIR. Y


NI CE TO CREDITORS

Ihe dTrinTlSllu fri I ,lli of o VI-D K DANLELS, JR. ,dece d, .vhre dle ofldeath
.,si July 21. 7 dm in hl ',r iduCinia tor C al iiiouGimly, Flondri Probate Divaon. Filc
Number 200"7 .CP-92. Ihe addrI:s a v n al FLP'iLi 1206. Cro Cul). FL .1262 4 heiRe: and
A1dTSW 5 i th peIsor nl ipe.'crmilt alndlk .Lin0 y fa'r Tll pcro'ir.al ftpr.-iTfiln V u lit l'0e 1 07111 elI .

All crediti.is ofth? dicLde."nr and llier pisuot. h- h.c li h 'laims or d ar ldi ngai. hlu t
deiedcrn'.. iaC. Insud,n; uin-1 ',rrreil, ,onLr,'cil t or unliqIdidard icliffio, ad wshb, have been i e ed a
corv ulfthis rDrcC it,Ic thicci rblim, ,,tll hLs Cron iTHTIJ TB LATEP. OF THREE t31 MONTHS
' AfR. THE DAT- Of T IE FiTs f .iBLICA UN OFU TIlls nOICE OR TITR.' I30.) DAYS
AT EP. THE DAiE OF EMICf. ITr -\ lCOl"i 011' I1S 'n)1iCE 0?i ITEM

All olthc ,clditrs tl hec Jc de ,l .'rd ,.tic per. ',a n T : d m r m ,g n thi tITifgd'igd C sldlat -
including wmanured, cottimigcnt or unliquidated colimn, must file their claims with this 001ZoWTICi
TIREE (3) MONTHS AFTER TIHE DATE OF TIE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THS NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHINN TIHE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE V. U-LL B, fOREVE'/R FI.RED,

NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, AlY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DAT OFP DEATH IS BARRED.

THE DATE OF FIRST PUBLICATION OF THI-S NOTICE IS the day of
2007.,


BRUCE E.IIOFFMAI,
Attorney for Personal Representative
16 S. Main Street; Gainesvillc, Florida 32601
3521 /3-2411 Fla, Bar No. 330647


Bar FonrmP.3.0740 (2004)


JEANVALDZ
Personal Represintative
15600 M32M33
Atlnnti, l I49709


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IN THE CIlRCIT COURT. IlHI
JUDICIAL ULICLIT. 1D AND FOR
DIME (LCOtJmNT, FI ORIDA


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IN 1 1-E CPOUIT COUp.T *.2rF Th- lH i L' JUIJITc:;,.L CIPRCUIT
01 THEIR STi RiE OF FLI.RIDA. Iri 1 iJD FOR .DIXInE ,OdT
*.MVIL rI.'TIinn
P-liALuD D'LSEItO Ait. TiL'.lI
ii'ASCIRC1-
Pi aintr riEt2. CrAE NC O 0' J0- 5CA
'IVI'SI C.Z-N
i,.i B'r Nc 1 -1 5 1 i 1
iPTr r .7. S3cv .- 3 sing,-. kit, F.--ic 1u 3 ,
arnd LjOILNt- F,-Si S 111JlD c.:iit
Tennr.t witin R3Nrc -l C --ur.ivcrohi.p,
DOt-ena.iarics

AN NCT -g OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY oGrVEl rtliar pursi-Iant c, an Arm.n-nded lturi ia
Fi.i, Judcm, ert F o rI, .re .cclcn r enEre 'J ir tir, -..Ve-d[', ld Cagle
'.he Circic ..urt Dix.e Cunlt',' F ic-.ria, will sell L
prp.;rE', irtuatL ir, Dxie, O-wut. Florija, described 3s rollcw.
PAF,il'L 1 *
1S Li rI t,..-i 'ii Blck 21 E UWAIRIEF, GARDErdi- a-c:-rainc to
rore pla rei:c.r-lea ii Pio t Bo. 1., Puige 14", Fruol 7 Rec. r.n
I[ Ulxie *cunt,0 FL T-'iETiHER iwitn ar, E.aeTiejc rieco-rded
Jc.vetmiber 5 1i9ts in : ). Bojk j2.0, -aqe c54 Fubli
?e:,o r ia .- D' i.:- iC-Unt/, FL.

rO`-ETHER WI8H 1'A l: Mci-l1e Home bearing IDBaF8i28
-a/' '' t ,i- 1 P l'ti iSL '-.Id T:ll, FL .'660
PrcpertIi l i 31-10-14-5i665 -.'.. 1-0i0.'
P-KI-h prEL
LOT i1, ol-.c 7 :1. SOWANNEE OARDENS. ac:-rdi. rA.m, tce plat
re.:7ordea in Pla.c Book 1, Page 40, PCublic Rtec.orda cf Dss.1e
'.:ur. ty Fl
3'k'ia NE 198 Ave., Old Town FL 32680
P.-' rty i # R 31-10-14-5665-002l-0190
rARi-pj- 3.
.-t Z". e. T li.-I .- 1, SUWANNEE OARDENS, according to the plat
re- t:Siod in tla t Book 1, Page 40, Public Records of Rlne
:'.unry-, PL. s
N., FE 198 Ave., Old Town FL 32680
Poperit'/ NHP 31-10-14-566S5-0021-0200
at Public Sale, t the highest and beat bidder for cash on the
j,- day of 44 2007 at 11:00 A.M., except as as
forth hereinafter, on the NW Corner of the Courthouse steps, 214 W
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
PENmEND ? MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
DANA D. JOHNSON
As clerk of the court
PD ADVOCATE

40,41,42


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.


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Page 18


Section 1008.25(8)(b), Florida Statues, requires school districts to publish in the
local newspaper an annual report presenting the state's requirements for student
progression in public schools, the district school board's policy and procedures
on student retention and promotion, and student performance information.

The state requires that each student's progression from one grade to another be
determined, in part, upon proficiency in reading, writing, science, and
mathematics. Each student and parent must be informed of the student's
academic progress. It is also a requirement that each school board establish a
comprehensive program for student progression which shall be based upon ah
evaluation of each student in a curriculum which covers the Sunshine State
Standards and grade level expectations and complies with state law.

The School board of Dixie County has established a Student Progression Plan in
,accordance with'section 1008.25, Florida Statue. Student progression s based
on evaluation of each student's achievement on established. Sunshine State
Standards provided by the state. Students who are achieving below district or
state standards in reading, writing, mathematics and/or science will be identified
and given remedial instruction as needed. Third grade students who score Level
1 in Reading on the Grade 3 FCAT will be retained unless they meet one of the
six good cause exemptions. A copy of the School Board's policies and
procedures related to student promotion and retention may be obtained from
Anderson Elementary School, Old Town Elementary School, Ruth Rains Middle
School, Dixie County High School or Instructional Services Building. The Dixie
District Schools Student Progression Plan for students in grades preschool- 12
is also available on line atl ,-Wa. die 12 II us Do> e County sludent
performance information for the 2006-2007 school year is as follows



District Results for Dixie District Schools

Students Scoring at Level 1 and Level 2 on the Reading Portion of the
Flonda Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT)
Tr. folo ir4.,n. laIle- irn u FCc T Pe Bsoj re urts TOi all iluaeni ill Curr.culum i ri upsl lee i-
aurinQ ine 2r 0')? jid,,,. ,arn c i FiAT r n ihc r e d c .
Sul itec, f'-r... -
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Te r.- Lf.il I I, LEdil2 L. cl ir.-a 2 1..d
"t i i i? tell I 1' It I"i I d. 5 .02



: 1 12 12: 41 I -*
Iri *'. .ll, 50 ;ir I ', ,- l '
11 Ip a i' -. -.1 :' -. Ii '

Students Retained (not Promoted) in Grades 3 through 10
Tre Tllow,,i- tarle Sne the rU nDe,' ri' ,3 p '.C ,iSr l iu.r ', ,l 'd b) Or : -i.i c all
studen.,n grade 'i hougIh 10 w Mii, ir.e 'em-l -


NumtIel
Retained 0 0 2 3
End-of-Year
Membership* l I 1 I;, -IF 12 I i -, ',0
Percent
RetahIi -* I ;. i 21

Er3-ul fec .T icr .Ir, lr Cin i te c ur tll .3 Tu ,:,rT .r... ar i ,..-r,:l A i' H : i' 01 r e ,c r a ,or
41
NJumber of Students Promoted for Good Cause, by Category of Exemption
Trhs rarl e r r-ot irne number of tr,,,-grade -ludcnr Arh w, ere ferplep frm Irion,' FC T eaa.ig ,
liu.reTAld nai piomfe.oiel IcI 300 Cadiie It me end l he 2.' 10 :i.-:i. tcnr ,oli ,e ;. Cau
crif.03 are i ,ic.bed ion ine i.e..'ui page

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THIE THIRD JUDICIAL crRCUri OF THE ST ATE OF
FLORID., EN ANDTIFORI PEIE COLIN-'
CIVI DIVISION
:.ir ICORT,.AGE CPcrAfiONJF/y:/.. -1M-I, ,,,TO 1..
CEj.iTi.'", HOC. ,L MORTGAGE COFPORATION
Plaintiff, m -

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CAS-E NC ,-0il51-CA.

C -HPRLITiNA 5.ITH A .'KI,.A CHI-RIST-I1NA t S9.11TH,
TI-LE IUN',Oi'rN FirOLuSE OF CHPJSTL'JA SI.Tl-.i
A. K. A CTIALTRIAI'R.l.SMiH. IOD st.I.UTH THE
UNK-NO,'-N SPOUSE OF IODI S.UTTH. iF LI'LNG.
INCLUDING AN'.' LI'NKIOWN SP3Oi.lE OF SAJD
DEFEND.ANT(EI, IF REr.IJARRED,.AND IF DECEASED,
THE RESPE,-T'E i-.rNT.'lIOivN FHtLTr DE1 i-EE.;
.RAr.nTEES. ASSIGNEES. CREDrTORS, LIENORS AND
TRUSTEES, ..NDD ALL1OTHER PET-SONS CLArf IINGC t,
THROUGH. UNDER OR A.GAINBT T HE NAMED ,D
DErEIr. 'AN-ri C1At]P=US US-. FLDiF.AL CRE.E,
IJNION -,riLET-'HET DSOLVED OR PIEEITL' .... .. ..' ..
EMLST-ING. TC-ETHER TTHi.I ANID G.RATTFEES
AS'.IGNEES. CREDITORS. LrENORS OF. TiUSTEES OF
S,-JD DE.FENDTiNTiSI -.ND ALL OTHER PErII-,r HstO
CLAIMING B'', THROUGH LfliJDE, OR .AG,-J-5T
DEFENDr-.j\M'iE LJUNKNOVW TE'EN.kANT tl1
UNKNOWN TENANT 2;

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NOTICE OF SALE

Nt'trc is hier. t, ,,.-ini, ire p.ur 'u- .ri' a FinnJ um ,'-arrJudgnmentof
Fortem in. lr.: :t,-trea in 2 ,t i ab-t,'; a i._J :a.- tn ili.- Carui, C1 urt Olr T' .i Cwuntr ,- -
Florida, I will sell the property situtein Dixie Ounr,-. Fic.r ia des..nt. ,.s :
THE EAST 160 FEET OF THE WEST 328.68 FEET OF THE EAST 724(68
FEET OF THE SOUTH 220 FEET OF THE NORTH V2 OF THE
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NOT ALL MUZZLTELOADERS ARE
LEGAL FOR MUZZTELOADING
GUN SEASON



The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
[FWC) wants to make it clear to all muzzleloader hunters -
not all muzzleloaders are created equal. Some of the new
models do not meet the legal definition of guns authorized
for u ie during muzzleloading gun season.

The two issues which seem to be generating the most ques-
tions are whether muzzleloaders with an electronic ignition,.
are legal and whether the use of nitro-cellulose powder is le-
gal. Neither is legal for .use in Florida during muzzleloading
gun season.

'In particular, the CVA Electra is a new muzzleloader on the
market that doesn't qualify as a state-defined muzzleloader,"
said Capt. John Miller of FWC's Division of Law Enforce-
ment. "It is not a legal weapon for muzzleloader season be-
cause it uses an electronic ignition, fired by a battery"

The legal types of guns for use during the muzzleloading gun
season use black powder or a non-nitro-cellulose substitute
and are fired by wheel lock, flintlock or percussion cap igni-
tion. They are not adaptable to use of any self-contained car-
tridge ammunition.

The'CVA Electra muzzleloader is legal to use during general
gun season, however.

For more info-rmation on muzzlelpader hunting,visit
MyFWC.com hunting.


LEGAL NOTIC..
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 fall to
do so, a default may be entered against you for the relief demanded
in the petition.
Copies of all court documents in this case, including orders, are
available at the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office. You may review
these documents upon request.
You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office notified of your
current address. (You may file Notice of Current Address, Florida
Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers in
this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record at the clerk's of-
fice.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure, re-
quires certain automatic disclosure of documents and information.
Failure to comply can result in sanctions, including dismissal or
striking of pleadings.
Dated: August 27, 2007
Dana D. Johnson
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: Kim V. Wade
Deputy Clerk 41,42,43,44


I LEGAL NOTICE


I, Charlotte Mahaffey

Adams am responsible for

myself and no one else, my

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LEGAL NOTICE
IN TE CIRCUrr COURTOR DIXIE COUNTY,
FLORIDA PRORATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
Fle No. 07-94C ,


PAUL H. JORDAN


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NOTICE TO CiEDITORS
The administrationoftheestateofPaul H.ordan, deceased, whose date ofdeath wasJune26,
2007,is pendingtheChcuitCourtforDixieCounty,Florida, ProbateDivisionNumber07-94CP,thc
address ofwhich is P.O. Box 1206, Cross City, FL 32628, The names and addresses ofthe persona
representative and the personal representative's attorney are set forth below.
Alicreditorsofthedecdentandotherpesonshavingclainsordmenasagainstdecedent'secatge
on whomacopyofthisnotice is requiredto be servedmustfile theirclaimwiththiscourt WITHINTHE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
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PUBLIC nON OF THIS NOTICE
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THETIME PERIODS SETFORTHABOVE,ANYCLAIMPILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.

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Type of License
Annual freshwater fishing
Annual saltwater fishing
Annual hunting
Annual combo:
Hunting, freshwater fishing
Annual combo:
Fresh/saltwater fishing
Annual combo:
Hunting, fresh/saltwater
Annual sportsman's
Annual gold sportsman's
5-year freshwater fishing
5-year saltwater fishing
5-year hunting

Nonresident .
3-day freshwater fishing
7-day freshwater fishing
3-day saltwater fishing
7-day saltwater fishing
Annual freshwater fishing
Annual saltwater fishing


Old Fee
$13.50
$1.50
$12.50

$23.50

$25.50

$35.50
$72.50
$88.50
$61.50
$61.50
$56.50


N/A
$16.50
$6.50
$16.50
$31.50
$31.50


New Fee
$17.00
$17.00
$17.00

$32.50

$32.50

$48.00
$80.50
$100.00
$79.00
$79.00
$79.00


$17.00
$30.00
$17.00
$30.00
$47.00
$47.00


" A Walk in the Garden" October 2007

Remember the popular T.V ad that asked "How do you spell
relief?" ? Getting out to walk in my garden these last few
days gave me the answer to the ole Tums ditty "Fall". How
pleasant to feel the low humidity and the cool breezes. The
trees and shrubs have already gotten the message too, as
acorns are dropping, leaves gently falling to the forest floor,
and autumn hews of color have started to show up.

Smart gardeners know this is the fun time of year to plant
trees and shrubs with lots of success. October and November
are the prime months to get major trees, especially fruit
trees, into the ground. to get their root systems established
preparing them for the spring growth sptu-ts. [ would like to
throw out a couple of caution flags for your October activi-
ties: 1. Please do not OVER WATER as root rot will occur and
slowly kill your tree. Damp well drained soil is the key. 2. Do
not OVER TRIM. One exception may be your crepe nyrtles
that many like to "knuckle prune" after their last display of
blossoms. 3. Do not OVER FERTILIZE during these next cou-
ple of months. You do not want to promote new growth just
before any frost as the new leaves will get burnt and cause
plant damage,

This time of year many people ask us for suggestions as to,
putting some fall color into their gardens and yards. Here is
my short list of a few additions you could enjoy here in
northern Florida: cassia trees with their brilliant yellow,
Mexican firebush starts its fall oranges and reds. mums are
loving life after the heat in a wide, variety of colors, nandi-
nas' red berries and orange leaf tones, Mexican petunias'
purples, beautiful ginger blooms, angels trumpets' huge flow-
ers are now on display, crotons, bouganvillas, and the ever
popular crepe myrtles are showing off their last display of
bright blossoms (if you treated them kindly).

Here's the scoop. Treat yourself to an inexpensive local
vacation: wake up before breakfast one morning, take a walk
outside down the lane, and count as many different colors as
you can find. Then come back home (or even better yet go eat
out at one of our local cafes) one of those real country break-
fasts. Slowly sip on your favorite blend of coffee or tea. Then
thank the Lord for our servicemen and women who allow us
to sleep soundly and wake up to the freedom to be able to en-
joy your walk in the garden.

contributors- Art and Karen Wyckoff A & K Nursery, Cross
City


DEER-DOG TRAINING SEASON NEARS -
REGISTER NOW



Hunters who use dogs to
hunt deer on private
.. lands in Florida must
register those properties
for the 2007-08 hunting
season.

The statewide, no-cost
registrat ion is not only
mandatory during any
open deer-hunting season
?'.,. .when taking deer with
dogs is permitted, but
also during the upcoming
deer-dog training season.

This regulation does not apply to training or hunting deer-
dogs on public lands and wildlife management areas.

The deer-dog training season opens Oct. 6 and runs through
Oct. 25 in the Central and South hunting zones. In the North-
west Hunting Zone, the training season runs Oct. 27 Nov. 15.

Registration may be issued to hunting clubs or landowners
for anyone who wants to hunt deer with dogs on a particular
tract of private land. A specific registration number will be
issued from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Com-
mission (FWC), and that number must be attached to the col-
lars of all dogs used to hunt deer on those registered
properties.

To comply, the landowner or representative from each hunt-
ing club must complete the appropriate application, which is
available from regional FWC offices and at
MyFWC.com/hunting. Proof of landowner permission or
a copy of the written lease agreement must be provided along
with a general map of the property showing boundary lines
and a legal description.

Hunters must possess copies of their registration while they
are hufiting, and they must contain their dogs to those regis-
tered properties. Possessing firearms or bows is prohibited
while training deer dogs during the deer-dog training season.

For more information on how to register, visit
MyFWC.com/hunting or call (850) 488-3641.

Habitat needs construction volunteers now!!

Habitat needs all those volunteers who have expressed an in-
terest in helping at the construction site to come to Safety
classes either Friday, Oct. 510AM til noon or Sat., October
6th 11AM til 1PM at the Old Town Methodist Church on US
19/98 just North of Hwy #349. Safety courses are required by
Habitat for all volunteers who work at the site. We're had ,
our groundbreaking, the lot is cleared and ready to start.
Hope to see you there!

RSVP at 352-542-9100 or 352-463-8003. If you have a heart to
become involved but can't do constrUction, we can provide
you with a way to help.
psa
This is a non-denoininational Christian min'-
istry which partners with families to own their home &
builds a community, one family at a time. Please come!


NEW FEE SCHEDULE FOR
RECREATIONAL HUNTING AND
FISHING LICENSES GOES INTO
EFFECT OCT. 1




Beginning Oct. 1, a new fee schedule will be in effect for all
recreational licenses issued by the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC).

During its 2007 session, the Florida Legislature passed a bill
to increase the fees for all recreational saltwater and fresh-
water fishing and hunting licenses. Hunting license fees were
last increased in 1979 and fishing license fees in 1989.

Bob Wattendorf, who heads up marketing in the FWC's Divi-
sion of Freshwater Fisheries Management, said, "When fees
for fishing licenses were last increased, in 1989, gasoline cost
89 cents a gallon. But, even with the new fee increases, the
cost of hunting and fishing in Florida falls below the median
costs for the other 49 states. Also the percentage of increase
is well below the rise in the cost of living seen since 1989."

All the fees from, these licenses go back into conserving fish
and wildlife resources and benefit anglers and hunters.

The increased revenue, expected to total $10' million annually
within four years, will not create new programs, but will off-
set a predicted $12.5-million deficit by 2010, said Sandra Wil-
son, director of finance and budget at FWC. In addition to is-
suing the licenses. FWC is chargedwith directly conserving
fish and wildlife resources, and it creates and enforces rules
and regulations regarding hunting and fishing in the state as
well as promoting boating safety and access.

Florida remains the nuniber-one fishing destination in the
United States, according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Ser-
vice's 2006 national survey. In addition, Florida ranks num-
ber-one in the nation for its $11 billion generated annually
through hunting, fishing and wildlife-viewing activities
throughout the state.

FWC presented its findings to the Legislature earlier this
year. The projected deficit would leave revenue streams for
marine fisheries, freshwater fisheries and hunting in jeop-
ardy In addition, programs already in place, such as those
for panthers, manatees and other imperiled species, would
need funding to keep pace with increased costs.

FWC hired Southwick Associates, a private firm specializing
in fish-and-wildlife economics, to determine the impact from
an increase in fees.
"The optimal price for each sport fishing and hunting license
issued was scientifically determined." Wattendorf said. "Con-
sideration for the increase included the effect on angling and
hunting participation, customer satisfaction, tourism and
public support for conservation."

However, the new fees were kept to the minimum necessary
to offset the projected deficit, rather than at a level that
would maximize revenue. Compared to the price of movies,
golf, bowling and other forms of recreation, fishing and
hunting fees remain very affordable, especially when viewed
as an unlimited, year-round privilege, Wattendorf said.

FWC also carefully considered the impact on federal aid for
sport fishing and wildlife restoration, which comes to Flori-
da based on the certified number of hunting and fishing li-
cense holders and size of the state. Further research consist-
ed of consulting focus groups and surveying individual
hunters and fishermen across Florida. With all of these find-
ings before them, legislators voted to increase the fees, begin-
ning Oct. 1. As a result, programs in danger of losing fund-
ing,
such as freshwater hatcheries, law enforcement patrols and
saltwater fisheries stock assessments, will be able to contin-
ue at current levels of service.

"It will allow our habitat restoration, fish stocking, law en-
forcement and outreach programs to continue without cuts,"
Wattendorf said. "We can't guarantee that some things won't
be trinuned in the future, but the expectation is the license
fee increases will prevent us from going
backwards."

Recreational licenses may be purchased online at
MyFWC.com, or by calling 1-888-FISH FLORIDA (347-4356) or
1-888-HUNT FLORIDA (486-8356), or from numerous sporting
goods retailers and at tax collectors' offices. If licenses are
not purchased at tax collectors' offices, additional processing
fees will be applied.

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