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Dixie County advocate
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Title: Dixie County advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Rose O. Chavous
Place of Publication: Cross City Fla
Creation Date: November 1, 2007
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dixie -- Cross City
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Table of Contents
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        page 1
    Main: Viewpoints & Opinions
        page 2
    Main: Law Enforcement
        page 3
    Main: Announcements
        page 4
    Main: Announcements
        page 5
    Main: People
        page 6
        page 7
    Main: Spotlight on Dixie
        page 8
        page 9
    Main: Pathways to Faith
        page 10
    Main: Obituaries & Faith
        page 11
    Main: Entertainment
        page 12
    Main: School
        page 13
    Main: Real Estate
        page 14
    Main: Classifieds
        page 15
    Main: Outdoors
        page 16
    Main continued
        page 17
    Main: Legals
        page 18
        page 19
    Main: Home
        page 20
    Main continued
        page 21
    Main: In Closing
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Left to Right:Front Row: Sandy Moccia, Joyce Cairl, Pam Rickert Cheyri Ann Etheridge, Barbara Hotten Back Row:
Anna Wild, Bill Roberson 'The Suwannee Cracker", Lois Fletcher Not Pictured: Renna Brock, Kitty Dampson, Bill
Killbomrn, Jettie McElroy, Barbara Moore, and Nancy Lee Stork


P point Of View. an art. antiques, col.
lectibles. and gifts store on US 19 be-
tween Fanning and Chiefland held it's
2nd Annual OctoberFest Art Show on Friday.
October 26, from 4:00 to J:00( P.M. The instant
I walked in the door, Renate, who, with her
husband George. owns the store, warmly
greeted me. Renate Smith, and her husband
had been coming to this area for years, prior
to their retirement, to partake in the local
fishing scene. They say they thorouglfly en-
joy the area. and that this was one of the rea-
sons they decided to set up shop here
Having met the proprietors of the establish.


ment. I was shown around the seeminiigly in-
exhaiustible selection of fine arts by their Of-
fice Manager, Lois Fletcher.
Having completed the tour. Nis. Fletcher pro-
ceeded to introduce me to the artists who
were being featured at the event. I was first
introduced to Cheryl Ann Etheridge, whose
medium is photography, and who has on dis-
play some very striking photos including a
beautiful print of horses, which was taken in
heavy fog.
I then met Barbara Hotton, who enjoys,
working in watercolors, and whose art has
recently won two purchase awards from Lake


City Conmnunity College. which will be dis-
played in a future exhibit.
Then it was onto Ms. Nancy Lee Stork, who
works mostly in watercolors, and will be
teaching the One Stroke technique at Central
Florida Community College. Ms. Stork con-
fided that she always loved doing the art for
the plays, when she was in school, and also
enjoys teaching private classes on painting.
Sandy Moccia, a graduate of New York's
School of Visual Art, showed us some of her
unique works in painted glass, which were
on display at the show, as well. She also does
some very life-like See "ART SHOW" on
page 6...


NEW GARBAGE CANS IN CROSS CITY TAX COLLECTOR OPENS 2007 TAX YEAR

WITH MANATRON TAX SYSTEMS


From Left to Right are, Joseph Henderson, Tony
Dvorak, Mike Weeks, and Johnny Greene


The Town of Cross City will hegiri its renewed service contt'act with
Waste Pro Services, Inc., on Thursday, November 1, 2007. There will be
no noticeable changes to Solid Waste (garbage) pick-up, with residential
pick-up days remaining Monday and Thursday Commercial pick-up
days will remain as currently scheduled. While operations are remain-
ing unchanged, as part of the new contract
See "WASTE PRO"
and accounting, the City evaluated its Solid
Waste accounts for fair and equitable billing, on page 3...

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Specialist, Joyce H. Davis Tax Collector, and Kara
Markham Tax Specialist
Tax Specialists Kara markham and Joy Dyals state that the MVP Tax
Manager system will provide a more efficient way of delivering customer
service and enhance the collection of taxes. Another challenge met by the
Tax Collector and Staff. We are looking forward to a very good tax year.








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Viewpoints & Opinions


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Obama's Flag pin


Presidential hopeful Barck Obama has decided that
he won't wear an American Flag pin on his lapel. Should this
get to be a major campaign issue? Perhaps not; on the other
hand, it might merit some serious consideration.
It was only recently brought to the American public's
attention that Obama, as he explains it,"stopped wearing the
pin shortly after the September 11,2001, attack on the Twin
Towers in New York City His choice, of course, but I seem to
remember that a lot of Americans used this occasion to start
wearing American Flag pins.
Obama clarifies his decision by stating, "I decided I
won't wear that pin on my chest. Instead, I'm going to try to
tell the American people what I believe will make this coun-,
try great, and hopefully that will be a testament to my patrio-
tism."
Perhaps it will, but somehow it sounds a lot like the
reasons reluctant patriots were giving for burning their draft
cards and fleeing to Canada 40 years ago.
It sounds like Barck Obama was in the habit of wear-
ing an American Flag lapel pin until 9/11, only after which
he put it in the drawer, offering some mealy-mouthed excuse
about how a true patriot wouldn't have to brandish a symbol
in order to be patriotic. Looking at that from another angle,
he seems to be implying that he is more patriotic than the
millions of Americans who started displaying the Flag on
their lapels and elsewhere in a show of solidarity following,
the attack by Islamic terrorists six years ago.
Somehow, that kind of double-talk just doesn't ring true;
As a matter of fact, if Barack Obama, an Illinois'
state legislator at the time, had made a public display of re-
moving his American Flag lapel pin immediately post-9/11,
he probably wouldn't have retained his seat in the legislature,
let alone beat out Alan Keyes for the US Senate in 2004.
But things change in America's political arena. Giv-.
en more than four years to discredit the American military
effort in the Middle East, the dominant liberal media have
eroded public support to the point that they have created a -
political climate wherein a reluctant warrior of Obama's
stripe might actually have an outside chance of making it to
the White House strictly on his fashionable disdain for the
war effort and despite his paucity of experience in govern-
ment and his total lack of involvement with the military
Another factor in Obama's background that could
work to his disadvantage is his middle name: Hussein. Not
exactly grass roots American. But there's more to it than
that. His father is Islamic and the record is unclear as to the
possible extent of his early indoctrination in Islamic schools.
This is not to 'say that Obama is necessarily a clan-
destine terrorist just waiting to gain control of our nation's
highest office; but on the other hand, it raises a question as to
whether he would be sufficiently sensitive to the threat of Is-
lamic terrorism at home and abroad.
Obviously, there's a lot more to be concerned about,
than Barck Obama's middle name or why he declines to wear
an American Flag on his lapel. But neither would we be wise
to remain unconcerned about such matters.
Still, I remain convinced that Barack Hussein Obama
would be an ideal.running mater forAl G6re in the event Big
Al decides to go for the Big One in 2008.


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will come. Dedication and
teamwork, or as Coach PJ
says "You have to bring the
wood." So Before you start
forming an opinion on hear
say, pack your bags, come.
back home, and get involved
with the program. Dixie
county has always had the
. reputation for gossip and
hear say, and the only way to
overcome that stereotype is
to form the opinion on your
own. You have to be mature
enough to know that every-
one has their opinions, on
how things should be,' and at
times it takes only one dis-
gruntle person to put a
damper on the whole situa-
tion. Open your eyes and see
everything before you start
passing judgment. These
boys and girls have some of
the,best coaches around.
their time and effort alone is
proof. And for the parents,
grandparents and siblings
that are at every practice
and every game, they are tru-
ly the best. Through ra in.
heat and bugs these boys and
girls know they have sup-
port. I grew up in Chiefland
and I can say that no town
around that I have seen sup-
ports their youth (elemen-
tary, middle, and high, school)
like Dixie does! So please
feel free to be a part of our
teams. There is always a .
place for you in the bleach-
ers, or helping on the feild. I
am sure that your family
would love to have you
there, and so would we.

GOOD LUCK FIGHTING
BEARS AND PIRATES!!!!
Shelley Everett
Fighting Bear Mom


Letter to the Editor Bear Football 2007
It is said that, "character is what you do when no one is
watching." This statement may Very well be a true standard
for judgement decisions.
The Dixie County Bear football team has endured a character
building season, with "all" eyes watching. This time last
year the Bears owned an 8-1 record, earning a right to play in
the State Playoffs. Last year's team earned that right by play-
ing hard and making tremendous comebacks. Not unlike last
year's team, this year the Bears made comebacks in their last
two games, but this year the ball didn't bounce their way. Re-
gardless, the Bears have not quit! They worked until the end
in both games, holding their heads up and keeping fans on
the edge of their seats until the end.
In the last two games, a very young defense made key stops to
provide the offense opportunity to take the game in the clos-
ing moments. Although the Bears were close, it wasn't to be.
Nonetheless, the. heart and desire was there in both the
coaches arid players.
The Bears strengthened their character throughout the sea-
son, playing without key veteran players lost to season end-
ing injuries some very early in the season. While the
record and scores reflect the bottom line, they don't explain
reality:. Young .Junior Varsity (JV) players were "moved up"
during and at the end of the JV season, forced into starting
positions immediately The desired plan would call for mov-
ing these young players up to Varsity after the end of the JV
season and providing them practice, training, and game expe-
rience as the opportunity presented -maybe when the game
had been decided not with the game on.the'line. The young
players are playing hard and the veteran players are hanging
with them.
Let's make one last visit to character. This team has players
that have contributed in positions and rolls that were not an-
ticipated. It appears the players have played where they were
needed and when they were needed (not a coach speaking -
only observing). This is COMMENDABLE THE REAL
PART OF BEING A TEAM. For the players that were lost to
season ending.injuries especially the seniors who knows
what the bottom line would be if you were healthy? Throw
away the record throw away the scores you lost your sea-
son for some your senior season. Like many things in life,
unless someone has been in your position they don't know
how it feels (this writer doesn't know). Your fans know how
you would have contributed! The tackles, the blocks, the runs
- no the many tackles, many blocks, many runs. So another
season nears the end, butnot without its own personality
The real bottom line the Bears have done well with the un-
expected!

Mike Cassidy
Cross City, FL


Billie E. Everett
Billie moved to Dixie County from and Levy County Emergency Ambu-
nearby Trenton, Florida, Florida in l : '-.lance Services. In 1971 he established
1970. and operated the Dixie Funeral
Father: Clyatt Everett "' Home''. The building is now know as
Mother: Florence Graham Downing .. the Chur-ch of Christ in Cross
Step Father; Tom Downing City. During the 1970's he owned and
He was married to Edith Miller on operated the D & E Underground
9/13/1942. Together they have 4 chil- Utilities Construction Company
dren; Jerrell Everett, Nancy Dixon, '--Among other accomplishments, the
Mike Everett, and Brenda Herring. company expanded and upgraded a
They are blessed with 13 grandchil- number of municipal sewer and wa-
dren and have 23 great grandchil- ter systems around the state.
*dren.
Billie served as the first "City Judge" v In response to the question "What
for the town of Horseshoe Beach, FL. .. P g., did you like about your jobs?" Mr.
Also, as a charter member of the Everett responded, "I enjoy visiting

Board", he worked to bring the first associates. i also enjoy meeting new
public drinking water system to the people and getting to know more
citizens of Horseshoe Beach. he has held member- about them at every opportunity. in short, I love peo-
ship in the Lions Club, Free Masons, American Le- ple. I've always enjoyed doing things for others that
gion, Ramsey Bend Hunting Club, and the Mill they could not do for themselves."
Swamp Still Hunting Club. He says "In all the Jobs I have held, the hardest part
When Billie married in 1942, his first job was paint- has been dealing with family members who have
ing houses in Gilchrist and Dixie County, earning have suffered an unexpected loss of loved ones, or
$4.00 a day Then, at 19 years of age, he entered the some other tragic event in their lives."
United States Army He served in several major bat- '"As a lover of the outdoors, I find that everything a
ties during the final months of World War II, until southern outdoorsman could want can be found here
his military career (and almost his life) was ended in Dixie County. We have wonderful fishing and boat-
by a devastating battle field injury ing in the Suwannee River and in a large and beauti-
In 1947 Billie purchased and operated the M.R. ful portion of the Gulf of Mexico. We also have great
Gooding Funeral Home in Cross City In the 1950's he hunting opportunities in the wooded areas of the
worked for 5 years as member of the Florida Ma- county
rine Patrol.. While with the Marine patrol, Billie cre- "The population has increasedand most of my old
ated the "Junior Conservation Club". The Club's friends are gone. Crime has increased. Roads to
membership consisted of a number of young boys Suwannee, Steinhatchee, and Horseshoe Beach are
from the Gilchrist county area. much wider and better now.
In the late 1960's, Billie pioneered the live bait Mr Everett's favorite foods are lima beans and rice,
shrimp'industry in Suwannee. He later moved the bacon, potato salad, homemade biscuits, mustard
operation to Horseshoe Beach because the channels and turnip greens, sweet potatoes, and banana pud-
in Suwannee were too shallow for shrimp boat traf- ding. Billie Everett's hobbies are fishing, hunting
fic. and reminiscing. (remeniscipgits the only one I can
he later served as Owner/Manager of Dixie County still do.)


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I am writing in regard to let-
ter the was written about the
youth football program. My
son has played for the last 3.
years. His first year he was
inexperienced and one of the
littlest guys on the team.
Through the dedication and
patients of the coaches, he
has been able to learn what
team work, sportsmanship,
discipline, and dedication
'are all about. These Dads, un-
cles, brothers, and grandpas
that volunteer their time for
these boys are absolutely the
best. These boys have
formed very close friend-
ships. we discovered this
when the team was splint in
to two teams for the first
time this year. Friends and
family Were separated. To
top it off these two teams
had to play one other. This
was very hard for the boys
that had been together for
the last years. After the game
Mr. Mark Hatch got both
teams together and reminded
them that they are still one
big family. My son did not
play a good game that day.
When asked why he had a
bad game he told my hus-
band and I that it his friends
are on that team. All these
boys work hard for the posi-
tions they play. My sons first
year was spent on the side
lines while the more experi-,
enced boys played. He
learned a lot from watching
and then played in behind
them. Next year a lot of
these boys will be moving up
to the bigger boy division,
my son is one of these boys,
and I know that he will not
get the playing time he gets
now and he knows this, but
he also knows that his turn











Law Enforcement


Thursday November 1, 2007


ATV CRASHES


IN WOODS

Bobby Baggett, of Old Town, was travelling South on a wood-
ed road of unknown name when a deer ran out in front of
him. According to Trooper William Sheheane's report, he
took evasive action to the right. Due to the road's muddy, slip-
pery condition at the time, he lost control of the vehicle and
travelled to the West side of the road. Mr. Baggett was ejected
from his ATV and collided with a utility pole. The ATV also
collided with the pole and ultimately overturned onto its side.
Mr. Baggett had already been taken to Shands at UF when
the Trooper arrived at the scene. The vehicle had also been
removed and taken to Mr. Baggett's property Mr. Baggett's
speed was estimated at 15 MPH. No charges were filed
against Mr. Baggett.

MISSING 78-YEAR-OLD

BOATER'S BODY FOUND
The body of a 78-year-old man who was reported missing
from his vessel Tuesday, in the Crystal River Barge Canal
near Crystal River, Fla., was located by a Good Samaritan at
about 7:45 p.m. today two miles north of the mouth of Crystal
River.
Walter Paris, of Dunnellon, Fla., launched his.vessel at about
7:15 a.m. Tuesday and was
last heard from about an hour later.
Search and rescue crews from Coast Guard Station Yankee-
town, Coast Guard Air Station Clearwater, Coast Guard Aux-
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The City was very pleased with the audit findings, however,
some utility accounts are being updated to ensure proper billing
and services are being provided according to the City's Utility
Ordinances. While the number is few, customers will be notified
directly To this point, the City is receiving great customer coop-
eration THANK YOU!

The new service contract will bring a rate increase. The rate in-
crease is in large part due to overall cost increase, especially fuel
cost. The new residential rate starting November 1, 2007 willbe
$14.00 per month ($3.50 per month increase), which will continue
to include two pick-ups per week. The Contract calls for a $1.00
increase each year on residential accounts through the fifth year.
Years 6 -10 of the Contract call for a percentage increase accord-
ing to the Consumer Price Index (CPI), which is normally a min-
imal amount. Barring unforeseen changes, residential cus-
tomers can plan to pay no more than $18.00 per month by the end
of the fifth year. The commercial rate increase will be planned
as a one time percentage increase, with the amount ranging
from a 4% 10% increase, depending upon the service.

As part of the new Contract, customers will be provided a
"Waste Pro" cart (large garbage can with wheels). Cart usage is
required and the cost for the carts is included in the monthly
bill. The carts will be leased and maintained by Waste Pro. The
City will request customer participation to make the carts work
effectively and keep costs down.
Containers shall not be placed curbside earlier than 5:00 p.m. of
the day prior to pick up. Following pick up, customers shall re-
move containers from curbside no later than noon the day after
pick up. Containers will not be permanently placed at curbside.
Customer cooperation with cart placement will reduce the op-
portunity for theft or vandalism. The replacement cost for a cart
is $85.00, which may be assessed to a customer in the case of ne-
glect. The carts will be placed in service for customers (placed

where customers current containers are located) beginning the
week of November 5, 2007. All carts should be delivered no later
than November 9, 2007. If you do not have a cart by this date,
please contact City Hall.

The City Council held multiple workshops over several months
evaluating options. The major concern was best service for the
lowest cost. The final Contract provides a level of service and
price that is comparable industry wide. In many cases, the
City's Contract provides a higher level of service for the price.
The Council appreciates the Community's cooperation and
would like to help customers remove their old "permanent
garbage bins.'" Through December City crews will pick up the
old metal or wood garbage bins if they are placed along the edge
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TOMPKINS, JOSEPH, 20, IVC ONEAL, Burglary, Grand
Theft, VOP Burglary & Grand Theft
BASS, IRWIN, 50, Harden, VOP-DWLSR

10/24/2007
PARTAIN, JESSIE RAY, 27, Watson, Writ of Bodily Attach-
ment
CARTER, ASHLEY DENISE, 20, Nessmith, VOP Sale of Co-'
came
STROUPE, SHELLY JEAN, 22, Nesmith/Watson, Theft of
Gas, DWLS/R

10/25/2007
SIZEORE, JAMES FRANKLIN, 47, J.: Hale, VOP-Failure to
Register
WARD, JAMES DOUGLAS, 33, Watson, VOP-DWLS, VOP-
DWLSR(LEVY)
SHYER, CASEY RYAN, 18, Valentine, Possession of Con-
trolled Substance
LAW, SANDRA ANDERSON, 57, L. Downifig, VOP(Pinellas
CO WRT)

10/26/2007
REWER, STEVEN RAY, 24, Alachua County VOP

10/28/2007
BOETTNER, DANNY DEWAYNE, 30, Tr. Ganus, DUI
CALDWELL, MICHAEL, 27, SGT. Simmons, Battery


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REGISTRAR SPECIALIST II
POSITION #150906
Coordinating and implementing the Veterans Administration
Educational Assistance Programs of the College and assisting in
general operations within the Registrar's Office. Minimum of
Associate degree in appropriate area, plus one year's experience;
or high school diploma plus three years related experience.
Deadline for Applications: November 8, 2007
Salary: $26,269.00 annually, plus benefits.
College application required. Position details and application
available on the web at: www.lakecitycc.edu .
Positions requiring a degree must also provide photocopies of
transcripts. All foreign transcripts/degrees must be submitted with
an official translation and evaluation.
Inquiries: Human Resources
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314 Fax: (386) 754-4594,
E-mail: boettcherg@lakecitycc.edu
LCCC is accredited by the Southern Association
of Colleges and Schools
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in Education & Employment


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2007 MISS

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nauey Lanaer is tme new zuuI ivuss unuurst lQueeni,
Knoxville, Tennessee. Grandparents Ronnie and Bar-
bara Williams, Joe and Sue Lander are very proud of
her. Kelsey and Kassidy send their love. (Hailey knew
you would win.)

CHTLTT COOKOFF

WINNERS


.. .

The Old Town Tavern Chilli Cookoff winners, pictured above
from Left to Right, are: 1st Place Joe Giles, 2nd Place Rose
Stone, 3rd Place Mike Hutto, and the prize hottest chilli was
awarded to Medan. Medan also won $26.50 in the 50/50 draw-
ing, of which he donated $26.00 back to charity Medan stated
that he had to keep the $0.50 to play pool later. The Tavern
would like to thank Ma & Pa's Enterprises, Bell's Restaurant
and Catering, Bubba's Lounge, and The American Legion
Post in Old Town for their contributions.

A TO Z CONSIGNMENT HLAS
HALLOWEEN RENTAL COSTUMES FOR
\/ ADULTS, KIDS AND PETS! CALL FOR AN
APPOINTMENT TO HAVE YOUR KIDS
AND/OR PETS PHOTO TAKEN WITH A
$10.00 DONATION TO THE DIXIE COUNTY
SHUMANE SOCIETY. (352) 542-2338
IM-F 11:00 A.M. TO 6:00 P.M.


ATOZNEW&USED
4, CONSIGNMENT SHOP
Inside Vision Realty & next to Hungry Howie's
in the Dollar General Shopping Center
25867 SE HWY 19 -- Old Town
10A.M. 6 PM. Monday Saturday
Call (352) 542-7730 for appointments
to bring in your consignments.
We are accepting clothing donations for the Dixie County
Humane Society & the American Cancer Society.
The secret to
creativity is knowing t. '
how to hide your O ,
sources. Nt
--Albert Einstein OS8 0e
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100 YEARS IN DIXIE


F rom Left to Right, Daughter Betty Goodman, Granddaugh-
ter Deloris Underhill, and Daughter Irene Sparks.
Family and Staff gathered October 24, 2007 to celebrate Hat-
tie Osteen's 100th Birthday at Cross City Rehab. ,
Hattie Osteen was born October 24, 1907 at Camp 14 near
Horseshoe Beach. "Miss Hattie" was born in what was then
Lafayette County, home 14 years before the area was named
"Dixie County". For over 36,500 days, Miss Hattie has called
this are home.

ATTENTION BIKERS

On the 9th or 16th of February 2008, the America Legion
Post 91 and Auxiliary Unit 91 is putting on a motorcycle
road rally in support of our legion programs. We have
named this event the American Legion Freedom Ride in
recognition of Independence Day and the continued sup-
port to our disabled veterans and communities. 'The
event will start and end at the post and will involve at
least five different posts within the 4th District area.
Remember the success of this event means the proceeds
go towards the many legion programs we support in our
communities. Maybe you would even like to sponsor an
appropriate prize such as a custom leather jacket or oth-
*er item a motorcycle enthusiast woulil like. Cash dona-
tions allow the event committee the latitude to utilize
the funds to purchase necessary items to promote a suc-
cessful event. Whatever your business, we are most ap-
preciative of your support and ask that you give freely
to this important fund raising event. If you are mailing
your donation annotate the memo portion of your check
"American Legion Freedom Ride 2008," make it payable
to American Legion Post 91 and please send it to: Ameri-
can Legion Post 91, PO Box 559, Trenton, FL 34693. The ,
event coordinator is Mr. Harry Zimmerman and can be -
reached at 386-935-2655.


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Aug. 27,1963- Nov. 2,2002

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DRAWING FOR REMINGTON 870


LINDA HOWELL

I WANT TO THANK YOU FOR THE
INVITATION TO COME TO YOUR HOME
AND HAND OUT CANDY ON HALLOWEEN.

AS MUCH AS I WOULD LIKE TO BE THERE,
UNFORTUNATELY I AM UNABLE TO DO SO
BECAUSE I AM OUT OF THE STATE.
"KANSAS".

I DO HOPE YOU WERE ABLE TO ACCEPT
MY DONATION OF CANDY TO HAND OUT
ON MY BEHALF TO ALL AGES! SO PLEASE
DONI LET ALL THE CHILDREN DOWN.
HOPE YOU HAVE A
WONDERFUL HALLOWEEN!

THANK YOU,
LISA SUGGS


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Oct 30, 2002
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Wfo CocaC invitations wiCfbe sent.
Wllfriencls andffamily are'wefcome
to share the fn and excitement
with Vicky on this speciaCclay. She is registeredat
fTarget and'WaCmart, under the name %s6bel. #fope
to see you there. We'CCllhave Cots offun!


Happy Birthday to a great Brother. I hope this picture
reminds you of the good old days. We Love you

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SlUWANNEE RIVERf $oc0an
SHRINE CLUB BREAKFAST ANDo a
TURKEY SHOOT! hourPack
1/2 MILE NORTH. OF
FANNING SPRINGS ON 26! O n Suna ,
Will be serving eggs, grits, gravy sausage,
pancakes, biscuits, tea and coffee! fvem er
All you can eat for $4.00!!
November 3,2007
Proceeds benefit
Suwannee River Shrine Club
and are not tax-deductible!


,Riverfesi
Saturday Nov. 3, 2007



Steinhatchee Community Ce
from
\ > 9:30 to 4:30

^ Low Country Boil


SLive music


,inter,


j Canoe and Kayak River Poker Run


S Ithe Steinhatchee Falls to Riveraven MaFI

Registration at the Falls from 8:00am to 9:00am

Entry fee $5.00,Winning Poker Hand wins $50.00

CONTACT INFORMATION;

Craft Booth: Rhoda Moehring (352-498-7376)

Canoe & Kayak information: Linda Johnson (352-4985806)

or Riverhaven @ 352-498-0709

Canoe 0 Kayak rental call 352-498-0709
Sponsored by

Steinhatchee Community Project Board Inc.


Down Home Days Just
Around the Corner
Down Home Days is rapidly ap-
proaching! Only 9 days until the
big event. The 23rd annual Down
Home Days arts and crafts festi-
val will be held on November 3,
2007. The annual event will be
held on the Community Church
of the Nazarene's 10 acres locat-
ed 2 miles .west of the traffic
light in Trenton on State Road
26, from 9a.m. to 3p.m. Applica-
tions are available now by con-
tacting John Yencho at 463-7282,
Bill Martin at 463-7439 or Merle
Goodrich at 463-1057. Sign up
now to reserve your booth.
Grief Support Groups Form-
ing- Free grief support groups
in the Tri-counties area. Free.
Anyone is welcome. Meetings
will be held in Cross City and
Williston. Williston Nursing
and Rehabilitation- Tuesdays
from Oct. 2 to Nov. 13 from 2:30 to
4p.m. Please contact Anne E.
Stephenson, LCSW at (352) 493-
2333 for more information.
23rd Annual Down home
Days November 3, 2007. The
host and location for this event
has changed but little else.
Trenton Community Church of
the Nazarene is the new host
and the location is two miles
west of town on highway 26. The
idea is to allow craft vendors to
display and sell their crafts.
There will also be lots of music,
games for the kids, food vendors
and a chance to greet your
neighbors. This is a tri-county
event with a great history for
our area. On board already: a
petting zoo, several craft artists
and a rumor of an early "Stop-
by with Santa!" Interested ven-
dors please call Merle at 352-436-
1057.
Meals on Wheels in Suwan-
nee right now, there are no
Meals on Wheels community
serving site in Suwannee, Flori-
da. Still, there are many seniors
in the community that would
benefit from the service. A sur-
vey is being conducted by Dr.
Michael L. Lowery, Senior Pas-
tor at Suwannee Fellowship to
determine who and how many
in the Suwannee vicinity may
desire to receive the service and
how many volunteers may be
willing to help offer the pro-
gram. If you are a senior and in-
terested in receiving the Meals
on Wheels program, or would
like to volunteer in offering the
program, call 352-542-2656 or
email drpastor(,aol.com.
AMERICAN LEGION POST
383- Legionnaires' meetings are
3rd Wed. at 7pm; Auxiliary meet-


ings are 4th wed. at 7pm and
SAL meetings are 1st and 3rd
Monday at 7:30pm (of each
month).. The Post canteen is
open every day lOam-10pm. For
more information call 542-2021
Holy Cross Catholic Church -
Bingo every Tuesday evening
6:00 p.m US. 19. Doors open at
6:00 pm. -- snacks available. Free
coffee. Rosary every Tuesday at,
3:00 pm. 352-498-5617
PREGNANT? Need help? Free
pregnancy test & -confidential
counseling. Office hours: Mon-
, day & Thursday, llam-4pm.
Look for our sign on Hwy 19,
across from Dixie Co. High
School. (352) 498-7776. Ufn
New Here In Cross City XFFL
- Extreme Florida Football
FOOTBALL SIGNUPS (18 & up)
and CHEERLEADER SIGNUPS
(16 and up with parents permis-
sion) will be held on October
28th, from 5 pm 7pm! For more
information call Elaine 498-2691.
http://eteamz.active.coin/cross-
citvdevils
YOU ARE NEVER TOO OLD TO
PLAY!
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. .
Loving Stitches Quilt Show -
October 26-27, First United
Methodist Church, presented by
the Springhouse Quilters Guild.
For more information call Ruth
at (352) 463-8804.

4th Annual Nature Coast
Birding and Wildlife Experi-
ence October 26-29, Activities
& schedule are listed on the
NCBWE website at www.ncb-
we.com or call (352) 543-5600
23rd Annual Down Home
Days Arts & Crafts Festival -
November 3, hosted by the Com-
munity Church. of Nazarene
2659 SR 269 West 9:00am -
3:00pm. For more information
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 din-
ner at the Shriner's Club on No-
vember 22! For more informa-
tion contact Bobby Heath
(352)542-9284
Firewalkers Legacy Inter-


Tribal POW WOW November
23-25, at Hart Springs, 10:00am-
till dark. Join the fun at the in-
ter-tribal celebration: full tradi-
tional attire, regalia, crafts, mu-
sic, drumming and dance. For
more information call Helen
Blair. (352) 463-7321
Veterans of Foreign Wars
Post #5625, Chiefland, would
like to announce the annual
Voice of Democracy and Patri-
ot'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
theme for this year is "My Role
in Honoring America's Veter-
ans". Students in grades 9-12 are
encouraged to participate. Patri-
ot's Pen theme is "Why I A m an
American Patriot". Students in
grades 6-8 are encouraged to par-
ticipate. The deadline for both
contests is close of business, Oc-
tober 29, 2007. Please ensure all
tapes, and essays are turned in
to you school counselor or VFW
representative listed above.
Lake City, Fl- The Lake City
Community College (LCCC)
District Board of Trustees will
meet at 4p,m., Tuesday, Novem-
ber 13 in the LCCC Board Room.
The District Board of Trustees
is appointed by the governor
and the trustees' term is for a
four-year period. Anyone in the
college's district may send a
nomination to the governor for
trustee appointments. LCCC is a
two-year community college lo-
cally governed and publicly sup-
ported. The college serves a five-
county district that includes
Baker, Columbia, Dixie,
Gilchrist, and Union counties.
LCCC is accredited by the Com-
mission on Colleges of the
Southern Association of Col-
leges and Schools to award the
associate degree. A complete
agenda will be available prior to
the meeting. For more informa-
tion contact the public informa-
tion office at (386)754-4248.
TOPS MEETING- Take off
ponds sensibly meets at St. Al-
ban's Church North Chiefland.
Hwy 19- Wednesday 10:30am for
more information 352-542-3131.
A special meeting of the
LCCC Foundation Property
Board has been scheduled for
Wednesday, October 24, 2007 at
noon in the Lake City Communi-
ty College Foundation Board
Room, downtown Lake City For
more information contact Mike
Lee, executive director of the
LCCC foundation at 754-4392 or
754-4433.


Disabled American Veterans Chapter 63 in Dixie County
will be drawing the winning ticket for a Remington Model
870 12 gauge pump shotgun on Thursday, November 1st.
DAV Chaplain/Service Officer Jerry Prater (Pictured at
Left) and commander Fred Heinrich are shown holding the
prize. The drawing will take place at Chapter 63 headquar-
ters in Cross City at the Chapter's monthly meeting at 7:00
PM. Thursday The winner will be announced next week


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ART SHOW


ROMNEY VISITING DIXIE


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Continued from Front Page,.. engravings
of animals, on metal plates, which, I
dare say, looked as though they might
leap. away at any moment.
I next made the acquaintance of Kitty
Dampson, who enjoys painting portraits;.
Kitty paints in oils and acrylics, but is
intent on mastering the use of watercol-
ors. She started painting when she was
very young, and would paint on anything
with whatever she could get her hands
on. Her sister finally purchased a set of
oil paints for her when she was 20 years
old.
Pam Ricker was whom next I chanced
upon. Ms. Ricker paints in .acrylic, and
also enjoys sketching.'A stunning depic-
tion of the river dubbed "Majestic Gi-
ants" was on display at the show. If you
look closely at the painting, you can see
some air plants, which are indigenous to
the area that her masterful brush cap-
tured in bloom. Ms. Ricker certainly has
an eye for detail; in her painting you can:
even see the inbikate details far otit on
the horizon. ..
Joyce Cairl had been waiting patiently
by one of her paintings, and it was now
her turn to be interviewed. The painting
she stood by was of an elephant, and it
was crafted elegantly. The painting's per-
spective and shading were flawless, and
looked more like a three-dimensional im-
age than a flat creation of paint and can-
vas. Ms. Cairl has only been painting for,
three years, but says she has watched
Bob Ross paint on television for many
years. A few years ago, she and a friend
went to a class, which taught Bob Ross'
technique, and she has been painting
ever since.
Bill Roberson "The Suwannee Cracker"
wasonext on the itinerary, Mr. Roberson
is the seventh generation of his family to
be born and raised in Levy County. He is
a long time employee of Manatee Springs
State park. and has been the Assistant
Manager for the last 11 years. Pen and


pencil sketches are Mr. Roberson's Forte,
which he frames rustically in aged wood.
He enjoyed drawing as a child, and some-
times worked in pastels. He completed a
series of oil paintings, for a McDonalds
in Louisiana, but now he only works
with pencils and pens.
I was introduced to portrait photograph-
er Anna Wild next. Ms. Wild brought in
some photographs of nature for the
.show, as most people aren't overly inter-"
ested of pictures of other people's fami-
lies. Anna has been a photographer, pro-
fessionally, since 1985. She told me that
here parents loved taking pictures-as a
hobby. Ms. Wild has an extensive collec-
tion of photographs she has taken of
Shired Island, Manatee Springs, and also
from around the Steinhatchee and Cedar
Key areas. She enjoys photographing
weddings, and composing portraits of
families in their own homes.
Last, but certainly not least, I ren-
dezvoused again with Ms. Lois Fletcher,
who is not only the Office Manager, but
was also an artist featured at the event. '
Ms. Fletcher's medium is photography,
and she especially likes macrophotogra-
phy. Macrophotography is the art of tak-
ing an extreme close-up of the subject
matter. Lois told me that she particularly
enjoys taking pictures of everyday ob-
jects which, in today's hectic lifestyle,
are often under scrutinized and the beau-
ty of which is oft missed. She remedies
this by capturing such things in exquis-
ite detail. She admits that she has always
been a bit of a, shutterbug. She has had
six.of her prints featured in the book
"Priceless Florida" by Dr. Ellie Whit-/
ney, and has been featured in numerous"
magazines. It is of note that two of her
photos were purchased by Lake City .
Community College and will be displayed
in an exhibit in the near future. Ms.
'Fletcher is a permanent vendor at Point
of View.


Craig Romney, son of Presidential Candi-
date and former MA Governor Mitt Rom-
ney, will be making a stop in Dixie Coun-
ty this Friday evening, Nov 2nd. Craig is
the youngest of Gov. Romney's five sons,
and along with his wife Mary and young
son Parker, will arrive in Cross City
around 6 pm in the "Mitt Mobile". Sup- .
porters and friends are invited to join us
in. front of the DCHS campus before the,
football game to meet and visit with Craig


and Mary.
Below is a schedule of their 4 day swing
through the state ... note the 6 pm Friday
stop !!! We're really excited it's not
every day that we get a chance to meet,
,and talk with the family of a major candi-
date for the Presidency of the' United,
States! I hope you'll stop by and say hello
and help us pass the word along to anyone
else you think would beinterested.


SEnterp,,
26287 SE 19 Hwy (
0.5' P.O. Box 1087 *
SOld Town, FL 32680
4j, Office: (352) 542-9038
FAX: (352) 542-9570
Mon. Sat. Dale, Josie, Shawn
8:00 5:00 Brandy, Phillip, Dale Jr.


DIXIE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT



SERVING YOU AT FIVE LOCATIONS

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


Acute & Chronic Disease Care Minor Surgical Procedures
Laceration Repair. Employment Physicals
Well Child & Newborn Care Family Planning / OB Care
School & Sports Physicals School Health Services
Treatment for Asthma Preventative Health Care
WIC Coupons Dental Services


Laboratory & X-Ray


. HIV Anonymous & Confidential Testing


Child and Adult Immunizations 4
Attention Deficit Disorder Evaluation & Treatment
Kiddy Corner Play Area for Children
FREE PREGNANCY TESTS
Board Certified Pediatrician To Care For Your Children
Board Certified Family Medicine Practitioner to Care For Adults
Medical Providers To See Your Children At School




TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT CALL: (352) 498-1360
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JV Football Team Says Thank You


Once again another season has come and gone. The Bears
JV football team had a very productive season. The team
put in many long hours of practice through the hot after-
noons of August in eager anticipation of their upcoming
games. The team finished out the season with a 2-4 record.
Three of their six games went into overtime, one'of
which they one. Their hard work and effort paid off, dur-
ing each and every game the JV Bears played very com-
petitively.
The coaches for this years team were Paul Bennett, Joey
Whittington and Richard Whittington. The parents and
the players would like to thank them for a job well done.
Before each game the players were treated to a hot meal at
the Cypress Inn Restaurant. There were many different
community members that sponsored this worth while
cause. The parents, coaches and players would like to
thank the following people for sponsoring the JV Football
Team by feeding them before their games. It's people like
this that make a difference in our community. The follow-
ing sponsors paid for the meals provided: .
Clarence Davis Big & Little John Driggers
County Commissioner Buddy Lamb
Gooding Funeral Home '
Southern abstract & Title
Pro-Tire


DOOR CONTEST RESULTS
CLASS
: DIANNA LOCKE
AMY.ST. LAURENT
TIE BETTY DAVIDSON & CHARLOTTE LORD
KATHY DRIGGERS
HEATHER DIXON
JANET BRIGHT
-DAVID ELDER
OFFICE DEPARTMENT
SHARON MCCALL & Crew (INSTRUC-
TION AL SERVICES)
JOSEY STOREY & Crew
(GUIDANCE/ESE)
CHASITY LORD (READING)
MARGE MONTGOMERY (ISS)


faunteS ouse
The DCHS Sophomore class will be having a Haunted
House on November 1st. The Haunted House will be at
the Trail Riders' Club until 10:00 pm. The cost will be
$4.00 per person, for one trip through.
There will be refreshments. Come and
see if you can be scared and help sup-
port the Sophomore Class. It
will be good, clean fun for all
ages. S
See you there!


SPRINGHOUSE QUILTERS NEWS

The 2007 Springhouse quilt show is now history It was
certainly well attended and we do appreciate each per-
son that took the time to attend the show. We appreciate
the vendors who took the time to pack up their things
and set up at our show. That is a big job, moving supplies
and fabric around. The community support was fantastic
by their attendance and words of encouragement.
The donors bf some very special door prizes was certain-
ly an asset to the show and each item donated was appre-
ciated.
A special thanks is extended to the Trenton United
Methodist Church and the First Baptist Church for let-
ting us use their fellowship halls. Without the
use of these 2 buildings, we would not have a place large
enough to hold our quilt show.


The annual Steinhatchee Coastal Cleanup was a success from
the amount of garbage collected, the number of w ill ing vol-
unteers especially those who attacked the river areas, the
pizza donated by Hungry Howie's and the weather which
was cool,
overcast .
and
breezy.
Newcom-
ers Marc Wl
and 7
Colleen
.Parra-
moure
were ter-
rific help- .
ing Allan
Fink and
Bonnie
Heaton
with the
dreaded
Jena boat
ramp


* area. That is always one of the w\orst areas because some
thoughtless boaters tend to dump their trash instead of dis-
posing of it properly It also is in an area that.catches debris
as it floats down the river from other thoughtless boaters.
PLEASE DON'T SPLASH YOUR TRASH!
Rhoda Moehring and Jeanne Black cleaned up a mile of the
north bank of the river near Tide Creek. Don and Charlotte
Gambel also cleaned some bad areas of the river. Linda and
Andy Johnson took their kayak and cleaned.another upper
section of the river.
Two weekenders, Tee Barley and Jane Geber, came down and
cleaned much of 2nd Avenue and other streets that were just
awful. Three Steinhatchee School students. Jennifer and RoT-,
drigo Martinez and Casey Barnett. did a good job picking up
trash on 9th, 11th, 12th. 13th.and 14th streets and some of the
side streets. They really enjoyed the pizza too!
The Steinhatchee Garden Club and the Steinhatchee AARP
were represented by Grace Shassure, Gail Bartlett. Judy Gan-'
teinbein, Freddie Hires Peggy Glass and Sie Polhemuts in
cleaning Riverside Drive from -
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It is always great to see so many quilters sharing and
viewing such a collection of quilts. Approximately 144
quilt item's were entered in the show. Of these entries, 98
were from Springhouse members. The other entries were
submitted by other quilters in the community who were
willing to share their wonderful quilted items. We also
thank them for letting us share their quilted items.
Last but not least, are the newspapers, magazines, signs,
posters, and any other publisher or person that gave us
space to advertise our show. Without them, our show
would certainly have failed. They helped is share our
event with the entire state of Florida and beyond. Thank
you each and everyone.
For information about.Springhouse Quilters, please call
or contact Jan Litzinger, President, 463-3971, or. Lois
Scott, 463-2207.


also helped clean Riverside Drive before getting in Bob's
pickup truck and putting the collected bags around town into
the truck and delivering it to the dump. They also delivered
a truckload to the park's dumpster after the dump attendant
reminded them that there
'. J was a dumpster there: This
S.....as a "Chairman" over-
sight! Sorry guys!
S, Susan Jones helped super-
ise the students and also
helped at the Commiunity
f. Center with distribution of
teeshirts and all around
"Girl Friday" to the Chair-
4i'. man. Ann Boy made the
arrangements for the food.,
and drinks and oversaw
S the lunch operation. As
g usual a job well done! A
poor bystander: Jack Lock-
ab.y, got drafted to help and
brought another truckload
lhe collected before.the day
loa. m was over. Now that was
"prince-like"!
Over 500 bags were collected in a three-hour period. 'This
amounted to' approximately 7,600 pounds as well as numerous
other "objects de arte". Some of the disturbing finds were sy-
ringes. These were disposed of properly and not thrown into
the bags; but it worries all of us that any child could have
picked them up and unknowingly been exposed to any nuim-
ber of really bad things. I know drug users are not reading
this; but for those of you who do come across syriinges in
your daily walks, please pick them up carefully and dispose-
of them properly. -
Some of the other interesting finds were: a wedding bouquet.
electt:ical conduit, unopen beer!!!, a dead pelican. 55 gallon.,
drum. a boat starter a window fan and a basketball basket.,
A big "thank you" to all the volunteers who came out. Hope
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accepting applications for
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the Road Department.
These are full time posi-
tions that include health in-
surance, life insurance, paid
vacation,paid holidays and
retirement. Preference will
be given to applicants that
have their own tools, Class
A or Class B CDL License
and the most verifiable ex-
perience.
If you have questions you
may contact William Earl
Malone at (352) 498-1275 be-
tween 7:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.
Applications are available
at the Dixie County Com-
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Dixie County Court House
from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Monday through Friday
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FARMERS TO BE RECOGNIZED FOR

ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP


Fourteen Santa Fe River Basin farmers involved in the Suwannee
River Partnership CARES program will receive awards for their ex-
ceptional environmental stewardship at Suzanne DeChamplain's
Heaven's Gate Farm in Gilchrist County on Oct. 30. The event, which
includes dinner, begins at 6 p.m.
These 14 producers join the nearly 300 other CARES recipients who
have already earned that designation.
CARES the County Alliance for Responsible Environmental. Stew-
ardship was initiated by Florida Farm Bureau and the Suwannee
River Partnership to highlight efforts by farm owners to improve nat-
ural resource management in the Suwannee River Basin. The partner-
ship includes more than 60 local, regional, state and federal agencies,
research institutions, industry associations, businesses and conserva-
tion groups.
Farm owners who have met verifiable standards of excellence in re-
source management receive a CARES designation and earn the privi-
lege of posting a sign on their properties identifying 'them as award
winners for their good work.
One of the keys, to the success of the program involves site visits by
public officials who assess the implementation of state-of-the-art
resource management techniques, or Best Management Practices, at
the farm property
"Farmers have long been good stewards of the land," Andrew
Walmsley, environmental services coordinator for Florida Farm Bu-
reau said. "Now with new information and technology available,
farmers are able to be even more proactive'when it comes to protect-,
ing the environment."
Walmsley said it is important to recognize those involved in the
CARES program for their role in maintaining Florida's natural re-
sources.
The Suwannee River Basin CARES award recipients are:
Alachua County Don Green, Hugh Colson, Charles Davis
Bradford County-Adam Wainwright
Dixie County Jason Holifield
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SUWANNEE NOVEMBER

WORKING GROUP

MEETING

A special thank you to Edwin
McCook, Public Use Coordi-
nator, Suwannee River Water
Management District for host- '
ing October's monthly work-
ing group meeting. Our
guest Speaker was Carlos .
Herd, P.G., Senior Hydrogeol-
ogist. Carlos gave an excellent
presentation to our group on
District Biology. k.

Our next meeting will be
Wi'dIlnsday November 14, 2007 ... .........
at 10 am. Our meeting will
be at the Town of Suwannee's Community Center
(Across fruon the Salt Creek Restaurant), Suwannee
Florida. Our guest speakers will be John Kasbohm &
Pam Dart\ with Lower Suwannee National Wildlife
Retfug: they will be doing a presentation on the Lower
Stu .iiuiee National Wildlife Refuge.

After our scheduled meeting, we will break for lunch
(The Salt Creek Restaurant). Once everyoneis finished
with lunch, Russ and Kay McCallister with Suwannee
Guides and Outfitters will take us on a guided wildlife
tour/cruise near the Lower Suwannee National Wildlife
Refuge, through canals to the mouth of the Gulf. This
should be a very exciting trip, we should be able to see
some interesting wildlife along the Suwannee River.


DIXIE FFA ALUMNI MEETING
November 6th

'he DIixie FFA Alumni will meet Tuesday, November
6th., at the DCHS Pavilion (outside Lunchroom). This is
a very important meeting. We will be discussing the
Suwannee River Fair and other upcoming events. You
may pay your dues of $15 per person at this time. You
do not have to have been in FFA to be a member of the
Alumni. The Alumni will furnish the meat, please-
bring a covered dish to compliment the meal. We look
forward to seeing you at this meeting.

THANK YOU FOR TRI-COUNTY CONNECTS


Trenton Medical Center, Inc. wishes to thank all of the
sponsors and partners that participated in the TRI-
COUNTY CONNECTS event in Chiefland on October the
17th!

The event was indeed a success, as it brought members
ot'fthe Tri-County medical community together with
various leaders of our area, and interested residents as-
well. The future of medical care in the Tri-County area
was the topic of discussion at the forum, which was fa-
cilitated by the Well Florida Council of North Central
Florida. Franklin Schupp the CEO of the future Tri-
CountL hospital in Chiefland presented the hospital's
plan. and answered questions from the medical commu-
nity members present at the occasion.

As host to the event, Trenton Medical Center, Inc., was
pleased kwith the attendance of so many people from the
Tri-County medical community, the political communi-
ty, law en fotrcemnent officials, and the interested resi-
dents of bur area.

VOICING THE VISION OF LOCAL HEALTHCARE
PROVIDERS, was the goal of the event. The forum was
successful!

Better understanding and communication of our areas
future health needs is necessary to create a healthy'
community.. Working together, we can and will create
that!

So,,thanks again for the TRI-COUNTY CONNECTS suc-
cess!

TRENTON MEDICAL CENTER, INC.


On Saturday, October 20,
2007 Dixie Horseman's Asso-
ciation held their Annual
Rodeo Pageant. Five Princess
contestants and Seven Queen
contestants competed for the
title of Dixie Horseman's As-
sociation Rodeo Queen &
Princess in front of a panel
of four respected judges
which included the 2004 Miss
Fl. Rodeo USA and a much
sought after Rodeo pageant
coach. These ladies were in-
terviewed and judged on
their overall appearance and
personality which included
their ability to converse and
answer questions correctly
about Rodeo and other topics
such as horse health. The
contestant's ability to ride
and their knowledge about
equine science and general
horsemanship were dis-
played through a reining and
barrel pattern. A written
Quiz was also given to test
their equine and Rodeo
knowledge. The 2007 DHA
Rodeo Queen Charity Spurlin
will be eligible to compete in-
the Miss Florida Rodeo
Queen Pageant in August of
next year. If she succeeds in
the Miss Florida Rodeo
Queen Pageant, she will go
on to compete in the Miss
Rodeo America Pageant,
which is held in Las Vegas,
Nevada. The crowning of the.
Queen and Princess took
place during the DHA Annu-,
al Ranch Rodeo held Satur-
day, October 27, 2007.

DHA Rodeo Queen Results
Our new 2007 Dixie Horse-
man's Rodeo Queen, is Chari-
ty Spurlin. She is the daugh-
ter of Heidi & Billy Paradis.
Charity is sponsored by Ore-
air Electric and the Matthew
Express.
1st runner-up Shelby Mills.
Shelby is the daughter of
Gina & Lynn Mills. Shelby is
sponsored by Reed Automo-
tive.
2nd runner up Taryn Hodge.
Taryn is the daughter of
Dawn & Greg Valentine and
Buddy & Lorie Hodge. Taryn
is sponsored by Cross City
Auto
3rd runner up Kristen Dou-
glas. Kristen is the daughter
of Joe Douglas and Tammy &
Steve Ward. Kristen is spon- *


scored by Salon 19
4th runner up Jessica Mc-
Clain. Jessica is the daughter
of Leah & Stan McClain. Jes-
sica is sponsored-by Shady
Oaks
5th runner-up Courtney
Chewning. Courtney is the
daughter of Amy & Billy
Shiver and Bobby Chewning.
Courtney is sponsored by
Anderson Columbia
6th runner-up Melissa
Watkins. Melissa is the
daughter of Linda & Arthur
Watkins. Melissa is spon-
sored by Suwannee Corpora-
tion
DHA Rodeo Princess Results
Our new 2007 DHA Princess
Shayna Chewning.
Shayna is the daughter of
Toma Sue & Bobby Ray
Davis.
Shayna is sponsored by Bob-
by Ray's Tractor Service
1st runner up Felicity
Mejeris Felicity is the
daughter of Alicia & Joe
Mejeris. Felicity is spon-
sored by Creekside Farm
Supply
2nd runner up Caysie Dou-
glas Caysie is the daughter
.of B.D. & Shirley Douglas.
Caysie is sponsored by
Carter's Crossroads Country
Store 3rd runner up Vonice
Watson. Voice is the daugh-
ter of Chana & Jeff Watson.
She is sponsored by her par-
ents.4th runner-up Carolyn
Watkins Carolyn is the
daughter of Linda & Arthur
Watkins.Carolyn is spon-
sored by.Suwannee Corpora-.
tion Charity Spurlin &
Shayna Chewning received
the DHA High Score Horse-
manship Award which is
given to the contestant with
the highest combined score
on the equine/ rodeo quiz.
and horsemanship. Congrat-
ulations ladies! ,
Dixie Horseman's Associa-
tion would like to thank
the following sponsors of
our Rodeo Pageant:
Buckle sponsors
Tiny Miss: Smokey's
Steakhouse & Bar-B-Q
Princess Buckle :
Herman Sanchez, Sr.
Queen buckle: Dixie Drill
TeamCrown sponsor:
Suwannee Realty/ Sonja Lee
Reed ;Personal Touch
Florist; Betty Ann Beckham
& Crystal Brown; Salon 19 &
Joe Douglas
Without the support of our
sponsors this pageant would
not be possible.
Thank you.


2007 DHA Rodeo Pageant


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THE WEEKEND AT THE
SEAHORSE KEY LIGHTHOUSE

by Ashley Long
This weekend was a fun filled couple of days at the
Cedar Keys Light Station on Seahorse Key. National
Wildlife Refuge Week was celebrated on Seahorse Key by
Lower Suwannee and Cedar Keys National Wildlife
Refuges.

The Refuges partnered with the University of Florida
who hosted visitors at its Marine Research Lab. The
Florida Lighthouse Association provided tours of the
historic light station and cemetery.

The Refuges staffed educational exhibits for adults and
children to enjoy and learn about island research pro-
jects. The Refuge System designed posters to honor
Rachel Carson's 100th birth date because she was one
our first environmentalists. All .visitors went home with
one of these magnificent posters, and the children also
received educational coloring books.

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Pathways to Faith


Trunk-N-Treat 2007


The 1st United Methodist Church of Chiefland celebrated
their 3rd Annual Trunk-9-Treat on Saturday, October 27. The
event took place in the field along Hwy 27 at the back of the
church. There were a bunch of grapes, someone struck by
lightning, several Little Red Riding Hoods, Power Rangers
and ghouls to name a few of the 1,200 kids that came through
the candy line.

The Methodist Church had a Pumpkin Patch set up in the
field. On Saturday evening 22 vehicles staged around the
Patch, 15 were members of the church and the others were
folks from our community joining in on the fun. There was a
large, inflatable Frankenstein head at the entrance which be-
gan a 30 foot corridor to gain access to the trunks. The
throngs of folks made their way from trunk to trunk collect-
ing candy and treats. One trunk had the added surprise of a
man holding a live tarantula (big spider). Many of the
trunks were decorated and many of the people giving out
candy were also dressed for the event. The path worked its
way around the field and back to the Pumpkin Patch. At the
Patch there was a waiting area to catch the hay ride.

Pastor Bill Knight stated that he felt that this is'a great event
for the community and for the people of the church. The
Youth Director, Roger Bell, said that he enjoys providing a
safe alternative for the children. "In this unsafe world, it's
nice to know there are still safe havens available." Lifesouth
had dry ice smoking out of a large caldron and they gave out
a lot of candy and even helped restock a number of people to
keep the candy flow at a constant level. Next year Lifesouth
is planning something even more spectacular.

Each year the Methodist Church coordinates this event in
conjunction with the City of Chiefland and when they recog-
nize kids coming out for trick or treating. Remember, for a
safe alternative and a lot of fun, come out next year to Trunk-
N-Treat!


WOMEN OF GOOD SHEPHERD
LUTHERAN CHURCH

The Women of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church will
once again be having their Annual Fall Bazaar--Bake
Sale, Crafts and Big Yard Sale. We look forward to this
time of year to see old friends and meet new ones.

Friday, November 9th and Saturday, November 10th from'
8AM-2PM. Our church is located 3 miles north of Wal-
mart beside the Dakotah Vineyard.


It's Harvest Festival time at Lighthouse Word Church on
Sat., Nov. 10th from 1:00 pm -'t:00 pm. There will be free
rides and game booths, including a Toddler Town, a,
Children's Craft Booth, face painting, a huge Bungee
Run, Kidee Train, Giant Slide, Moon Walk, Obstacle
Course, a Human Gyroscope, and new this year, a 35 ft.
Rock Climbing Wall. We also have great live entertain-
ment lined up; music and dramas, contests and a ton of
door prizes. A Grand Prize of $100 will be given out the
next day during the morning Service. There'll be lots of
good food also; cotton candy, popcorn, snow cones, and
we'll be giving away one free hot dog and one free drink
to everybody. So bring the kids, and enjoy a great day of
good clean fun. Lighthouse Word Church is located 3
miles east of Chiefland on Alt. 27. Don't miss it, we're do-
ing it all for you. Call 493-1554 for more information..

The Word Made Flesh
"The Divine Trinity" /

I the son of man, say in the Lord there is a trinity The di-
vine itself which is called the Father, the Divine Human
which is called the Son, and the Divine Proceeding which is
called the Holy Spirit. I, the son of man, say this trine con-
sists of esse existere, and proceeding for esse must need ex-
ist, and when it exists must proceed that it may produce.
This trine is one in essence and one in person is God. I, the
son of man, say God is a man as the universal angelic heav-
en in its complexity is a man and every angel and everyspir-
it is hence a man. The idea of God as a man is en grafted
from heaven in every nation throughout the universal ter-
restrial globe. I, the son of man, say if you separate the di-
vine from His human and do not think that the divine is in
His human as the soul is in the body and that they are one
person, you could be in error. But, take heed to yourself, lest
you think of the Lord as a man like yourself. Think of the
Lord as a man who is God. I, the son of man, say all who see
God as a man, see Him from the Lord who is the Grand Man.
I, the son of man, say many people even to this day, separate
the Divine of the Lord from His Human. They acknowledge
the Divine of the Lord in a trinity of persons. I, the son of
man, say this trinity is in one person and the Lord is that
person, for a person is a man and a Divine person is God
who is a man. I, the son of man, say in the Lord there is a
trinity: The Divine Itself which is called the Father. the


NEW PROSPECT BAPTIST NEWS,

God blessed us with another great day of worship Sun-
day. Our choir and musicians sounded especially good,
and Bro. Billy, with God's anointing, was finely-tuned as
he broke the Bread of Life to us from the Holy Scrip- '-
tures, choosing his text from John 10:10 and Rev. 12:12,
morning and evening, respectively. As the holiday sea-
son rapidly approaches, we continue to thank God for
His wonderful blessings, and look forward to celebrating
the birth of His Son and our Savior, Jesus!

In current news, there will be a Youth Rally at McCrabb
Baptist Church on Saturday, Nov. 3rd, at 6:00 P. M. On
Nov. 11th, we will have our annual Thanksgiving Dinner
"on the grounds" at New Prospect. November is a busy
month, so keep watching...

It is always a pleasure to have visitors with us, and Sun-
day was no exception, as we welcome all, anytime.
Whether you're looking for a church home, or just look-
ing to visit, we covet your presence at New Prospect. As
the world situation continues to be volatile, we encour-
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our President and other leaders, and our people here at
home who fill the various church prayer lists. Have a
good week, and may God bless you.


Old Town United Methodist
Church Yard and Bake Sale

The Ladies of the Old Town United Methodist Church
will hold their fall yard Sale and Bake Sale on Friday No-
vember 2nd from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday, Novem-
ber 3rd from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

We have quite a variety of items from furniture to nice
clothes for women, dress suits for men and boys, nick-
nacks, videos, books, a doll collection started in 1940 of
seventy-nine dolls, a cigar band collection over 100 years
old that is beautifully organized and more.

The bake sale will include cakes, cookies, pies, breads
and no sugar, dietetic items. Hope to see you there.



Divine Human which is called the Son, and the Divine Pro-
ceeding which is called the Holy Spirit. I, the son of man,
say one Divine by itself is not.given, but must be trine; and
this trine consists of esse, existere and proceeding. I, the
son of man, say the Lord made His Human Divine even to
it's ultimates, which are called flesh and bones. He Himself
manifests to his disciples and said, "yea, a spirit hath not
flesh and bone as ye see me have."
I, the son of man, say God now is more a man than the an-
gels. Love you, continued next week. In Christ Jesus name.


The Word Made Fit
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even to this day, separate the
ay in the Divine of the Lord from His
ity The Human. They acknowledge
is called the Divine of the Lord in a
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could be I, the son of man, say God
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link of angels. Love you, continued
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Hebrews 5:9, 11:6
Romans 1:16
1 Corinthians 15:1-4
Romans 10:9-10
Matthew 28:18-19
Romans 6:3-7
Acts 2:36-41
Mark 16:15-16
Colossians 2:11-13, 1:13-14
Galations 1:6-9
Hebrews 4:12
2 Corinthians 5:10-


John 16:6
Acts 4:12

Matthew 10:32-33

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

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Obituaries & Fait




SROSALEE ERNESTINE SETHER

Rosalee Ernestine "Peggy" Sether, 71, of Old
Town, passed away at her home on October 21,
2007. Mrs. Sether moved to Dixie County in 1976
from Virginia Beach, Va. She attended Fanning
Springs Community Church,

She is survived by daughters, Karah Sether of
Old Town, Taylor Grimm of Sevierville, TN,
Rachael Sether of Gainesville, Leah Sether of
Lake City, Lisa Sether of Puerto Rico and Kellie
Williams of Gainesville; son, Jonathan Sether of
Old Town; brothers, Dewer Widener of PA, Fran-
cis Widener of MD, Bbe Widener of MD, Freddie
Widener of FL and Ernie Widener of MD; sister,
Charlotte Floye of Newberry; 13 grandchildren.

Memorial Services will be held Saturday, Novem-
ber 3, 2007 at 10AM at the Fanning Spring Com-
munity Church with Rev. David Jones officiating.

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



r SIDNEY "TIGHE"

LAUREST MOORE, III


~fN Mr. Sidney "Tighe" Laurest
moore, Ill was born on Novem-
ber 18, 1955 in West Falouth,
Massachusetts. He passed away
in Old Town. in September 2007
"-. as a result of an accident at the
Old Town home of his sister,
tina C. Tester (Paul) LaLonde.
He had homes in both Zurick,
v Switzerland and Osterville,
SMassachusetts.- Mr. Moore was
taking a hiatus as a computer
technician while recuperating
from a severely fractured ankle.

Mr. Moore served in the United States Coast Guard in
the mid 1970s. he then went on to work in the Product
Design Field and computer corporate service most re-
cently as a network engineer at ABB KeyCom, Switzer-
land. He succeeded in putting through 252 patents in
Europealso with Econis AG, Switzerland; Technical
Sales and Support, INDUCTA AG, Switerland; Sales
marketing, and technical support: Converse Governe-
ment-Systems (ConverselnfoSys) Digital-voice record-
ing'yetem's; he did technical and sales support for ser-
vice level management tool "Vital Suite," network
management soft ware, product of Lucent Technolo-
gies. .

He loved Old Town, its people, and all of its natural
beauty and amenities. He was particularly fond of
Shired Island just off of the Suwannee River. he also
enjoyed what he called "Providing the entertainment"
at the local pubs with his solo Australian Flavor danc-
ing and his melodious voice until 10:00pm. Then he
would head to his bunk and then on to help one of his
many friends build their home early the next morning
before the Florida sun became too hot to work in. Af-
ter that he used to love to sit on the back porch and
watch the multitude of boats go by, towed by the
biggest little trucks in America. Old Town's simple
life kept him very content. He was a great asset to the
North Central Assembly of Fine Artists as their V61-:
unteer computer technician. He was a well known ma-
rine artist of the Rockport and Cape Cod, MS scene.
In fact, Tighe enjoyed art even at an early age; he had
a one a one person art show at the age of ten at the
Franingham Cou n ty Library.

He is survived by his mother, Barbara C.R. Moore of
Old Town and Osterville Massachusetts; a brother,
Barnstable Police Officer Anson Palmer Moore (Mag-
dalena) of Mashee, Massachusetts; sisters, Anne Lau-
rest and Amy Katherine Moore of Napa, California,
Tina C. Tester (Paul) LaLonde of Old Town and
Amherst, Massachusetts and Margaret A. Tester (jer-
ry), Goldberg of Palm Beach and Edwards, Colorado.
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World War II

Veteran and Proud

of It
We were honored at our October meeting with the pres-
ences of one of our long standing members, Jo Busch now
of Belleview, Florida. Jo was a telephone operator during
her tour of duty both in the WAAC and the U.S. Women's
Army Corps. She saw duty in Algeria, North Africa;
Naples and the area north of Florence, Italy where they
wintered in tents. Bombings and air raids were routine.

Our next meeting will be on Thursday November 8th at
11:30 in Bell at Akins Bar-B-Que and Grill, Highway 129.
Akins is just past the north end of Bell High School on the
west side of the highway.

Come join the camaraderie and if you have any questions
call Billie Cooper 352-493-9368.


FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS
10-28-07

God just continues to bless at Faith. Today was a very spe-
cial blessed day with two professions of faith and one bap-
tism. This is what it's all about.

Next Sunday will be Homecoming. There will be no Sunday
School services.

.Southland will begin singing at 10:30 AM and sing until
11:30 and then the morning worship service will begin.
There will be a covered dish luncheon in the fellowship hall
at 12:00 Noon. There will be no services Sunday night, Nov.
4th Then on Monday night, Nov. 5th, our Fall revival starts
with Bro. Bill Jenkins as the evangelist. Mark your calen-,
dars and try to attend the revival each night. Invite a
friend or neighbor to come with you

Remember the time changes next Saturday night. Set your
clocks "back"ohe hour before you go to bed.

It's time to fill a shoe box for Christmas to be sent all over
the world to the little children who will not get anything for
Christmas. Your shoe box will be the only gift they receive.
If one child does not receive one and every other child does,
it could be because "you" did not participate. There is a list
Of items that are allowed in the shoe boxes on the table in
the entry way at the church. If you don't want to take the
time to go get the items you need, just donate the money to
the church marked that it's for a shoe box and the ladies at
the church will buy the items for you and fill
the shoe box.

Remember to pray for the less fortunate, the sick, the be-
reaved and most of all the lost this week. Get out there and
invite people to the revival. Your invitation could be the
reason they get saved. God will bless you for it.
Don't forget prayer meeting this Wednesday night. Come
out and get your mid-week fill-up. We at Faith love you and
will be looking for you. May God bless you this week.

Music, Food, Fellowship

Ray Franks and the Can't Hardly Playboys are back!!

6 o'clock, Saturday evening, November 10 at Steinhatchee
United Methodist Church

They have been up north for the summer and are back for
the winter and ready to entertain us with
Bluegrass Gospel Music.

Come join us for music, singing, food and fellowship.

We are located on the Jena side of the Steinhatchee River
across from Casey's Cove.
Ya'll Come
Nov. 10 7 pm American Legion Post 383 in Old Town will
conduct a flag burning ceremony to properly dispose of
everyone's old flags. If you have old flags, please ...-
bring them and join in this ceremony Food provided. .

Nov. 11 11:00 AM Veterans' Day Ceremonies will be conduct
ed at the American Legion Post 383 in Old Town. A fried
turkey dinner will be served at 4:00 PM for small donation to
the Post all are invited to come out and help us honor our
Veterans both here and abroad on that memorable day! Call
542-2021 for more information.

Old 'Town First Bati t Church Ourreach *Dinner

Tre first Wednesday nig~t of each month, Od'T'own Tirst Baptist
church wouCld ike to invite you to come by andlhav i'iuir witIh us.
'Dinner is servedetween 6:oo pm and 7:0oom..
,Regular Wednesday night services stiffl cgin at 7:oo0 m.
Come by and et-usfeedLyouyi'ihicall'f ani syirituafy.

Cross City Pentecostal Holiness Church
We are a reaping church
Church News
Revival
With Brother Steve and Cathy White
Alba Texas
Brother Steve preaches and sings under the annointing of
God.
This is a don't miss Revival!
Come expecting God to Rev ive and renew.
Sunday 11:00 am @ 6:00pm
M-F 7:00 pm nightly
Everyone welcome!
498-3929
Church Women's Fellowship Day
To be Held November 6

The twenty second semi-annual Church Women's Fellowship
Day will be held on November 6; 2007 at the Levy County
Quilt Museum off Hwy 27A on CR 134. We invite all ladies
from all the tri-county and other area church to attend this
informal event for wonderful fellowship and good food.

We'll meet at 11:00 am with lunch at 11:30 am for a $6.00 dona-
tion per person. The Women of Old Town United Methodist
Church will host the event.

Please call Winnelle Horne at the Quilt Museum with the
number of women in your group if you have any questions.


Old Town United Methodist
Church Yard and Bake Sale

Women of Old Town United Methodist Church will hold
their fall yard sale and bake sale on Friday, November 2nd
from 8 am to 4 pm and Saturday November 3rd from 8 am
and 1 pm.

We have quite a variety of items from furniture to nice
clothes for women, dress suits for men and boys, nick-
nacks, videos, books, a Doll collection started in 1940 of 79
dolls, a cigar band collection over 100 years old beautiful-
ly organized and more.

The bake sale will include cakes, cookies, pies, breads,
and no sugar, dietetic items.


EVANGELIST RONNIE BROCK RETURNS TO
CROSS CITY CHURCH OF GOD

February, 2007, the Cross City Church of God hosted a
soul-stirring revival with Evangelist Ronnie Brock. Rev.
Broclshas lifted people to Heaven with his anointed
preacblng and has gone to the deepest pit of hell with
his drug addiction. He returns to the Cross City Church
of God on November 11, at 10:30am for another revival.
Brock, at age 29, was immersed in ministry as pastor of
North Cleveland Church of God in Cleveland, Tenn.,
known as one of the most prestigious churches in that
denomination.

"I was chaplain of the Tennessee legislature and was in-
vited to the White House by President Carter," Brock
said. He continued, "I got sick with the stress and pres-
sure of a large staff. I had migraines, and irregular
heartbeat and insomnia." By his mid-30s, Brock was ad-
dicted to prescription pain medication.

"I lost everything and resigned from the church. I
learned how to doctor shop to get my prescriptions,"
Brock said. He went to a treatment center in Arizona,
then went back into addiction when he returned home.
For the next 25 years, that pattern continued, with Brock
doing well then returning to his prescriptions.

At 58, he was introduced to methamphetamine, also
known as crystal meth. "I was exhausted and someone
close to me told me, 'I've got something for you, '"'Brock
said. "They taught me how to smoke it, and it gave me
energy. There was no gun to my head. The first time I
used it, it didn't do anything. "The second time, it lit up
my life and I was immediately addicted."

After nine months on crystal meth, Brock had spent
$30,000. and weighed 99 pounds. Brock who now weighs
185 pounds said, "It so destroyed me. I was near death,
and I could feel it. I didn't want to live. All I wanted was
to smoke meth. It's unbelievable how it controls you, the
same as crack."

Brock believes God used his near-death experience to
send him to Peniel Ministries in Johnstown, Pennsylva-
nia before he totally collapsed. He had to be hospitalized
with chest pains and a high blood sugar count from dia-
betes. "I had no memory of where I was; I couldn't re-
member who the president was, or what state I was in,"
Brock said.

Doctors thought he should remain hospitalized. His fam-
ily considered returning him to Tennessee and placing
him in a state mental institution. However, Dr. Marion
Spellman, Director of Peniel Ministries, said let ushave
him for a month or even two weeks and see what a differ-
ence God can make. Brock was released into her care.
Once at Peniel, Brock continued to have problems re-
membering, but during his 13 month stay his memory re-
turned. He remained at Peniel for nine additional
months serving on staff. He is now an international
- evangelist, speaking on the benefits of Peniel. But most
of all telling others they can be free because of the grace
. -and iiiercy'of a lo6'ing God, the Lord Jestis Christ.


Pastor Ed Ivey said, "I have had more people ask when
Rev. Brock was coming back than any evangelist or
speaker that I have ever had in 27 years of pastoral min-
istry. Don't miss the soul-stirring, life-changing mes-
sages of this anointed evangelist,"

The revival begins Sunday. morning, November 11,
at 10:30am and the evening service at 6:30pm. Mon-
day thru Wednesday services begin at 7:30pm. The
Cross City Church of God is located at 216 271st'
Street SE, two blocks behind Dixie Chevrolet.
498-3761.


LYDIA BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS

We were thrilled to welcome a large number of visitors
on Sunday; what excitement fills our souls when we see
our church growing!

Pastor Wayne Allen and brother Skip Lynar will be leav-
ing Friday on a mission trip to Mexico. The mission,
arranged by Brother Traveis Lane, comprises fourteen
preachers and laymen travelling by bus to Mexico, hand-
ing out 200,000 leaflets and tracts, and preaching every
night at different churches and revivals along the bor-
der. Since they are bound by an 8 day time frame, We
are fervently praying that many, many should will be
saved south of the border, that God's word will be heard
by thousands, and that our valiant missionaries will be
safely returned to us.

Pastor Wayne Allen's message from Matthew 5:4,5, and 6
and 6:33, explained God's Kingdom. God is constant and
never changes; it is we who must change when we ac-
cept him as our savior. Just because we are saved does
no mean we can lie how we want: we have to make some
changes and live how God wants. God has a purpose for
each one of us; the only reason we don't follow it-is be-
cause we want to do our own thing.

people spend a lot of time practicing for a sport so they
can be good at it; if we spent even a percentage of that
time in the Word of God, we'd be better at being Chris-
tians. Our goal should be to seek the perfect will of
God.

Please join us on Sunday, November 4th at 9 am for our
monthly breakfast: bring friends and neighbors and eat
as much as you want.

remember, at Lydia everybody is somebody and Christ is
everything.


fe who is satisfiedwith his Cot is

rich; he who goes on actin' with

energy has firm wi .t


Hope to see you there.


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ta y School have been reading articles using the Achieve
3000/Kidbiz program. There were 125 children that read
at East 18 non-fiction passages and tested with 80% accu-
rapy during the first nine weeks of school! They were,
ea h awarded a globe so they could track their travels
frqm North America through the continents as they mark
their reading progress. Next stop will be the continent of
Etirope in January. Congratulations to all these great
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Old Town Elementary
would like to thank the
following businesses for
their donations to our Fall
Festival on Friday Octo-,
ber 12th. It was a great
success due to your contri-
butions.
1. Florida Forest Products
2. Hill & Cobb Insurance
3. Dairy Queen
4. Badcock's of Cross City
5. Badcock's of Chiefland
6. Cypress Inn
7. Carriage Inn
8. 'ox's Pizza
9. Dixie County Times
10. Dixie County Advo-
cate
11. Advance Auto Parts
12. June Wood's Florist
13. Cross City Florist
14. A & K Nursery
15. Drummond Bank
16. Capital City Bank
17,; Dixie Chevrolet
18. Gooding's Funeral
Home
19. King's Auto Service
20. Lile's Auto Parts
21. Lile's Hardware
22. Foodland
23. Cheek's Drugs
24. Clerk of the Court-
Dana Johnson
25. Smokey's Barbeque
26. Hungry Howies
27. Hardees of Old Town
28. Hitchcock's Grocery
29. Mary's Deli
30. Dollar General Store
31. -Gail's Cafe
32. Allen's Nursery
33. Maria's Nuthouse
34. 19/98 Grill of Fanning
Springs
35. Pizza Hut of Chiefland
36. Mitch's Gold
37. Bejeweled
38. Praise Shop
39. NAPA of Old Town
40. Dixie Music Center
41. L.A. Salon of Old
Town
42. Lighthouse Restaurant


The Dixie County
Grizzly Bears want to give a'
GREAT BIG THANK YOU.to
Jerry
and Linda Barber
for buying them supper at
the Cypress Inn. The whole
team and the coaches were
treated. THANK YOU


The Varsity Football team
'would like to thank
Suwannee Lumber Co.
for sponsoring the pre-
game meal this past Friday
night. The team enjoyed the
meal and time spent togeth-
er before the game.
Thank you for your contin-
ued support.
Sincerely
Varsity Football Team &
Coaches


THANK YOU
to everyone who showed
up to support the DC
Marching Band last Sat-
urday at our Car Wash
Fundraiser. It was a
great splashing success!
We were kept busy wash-
ing vehicles and were
equally blessed with gen-
. erosity and support of
many folks in our local
community.,
We look forward to the
continued support leading
up to and during our per-
formance at this year's
FMBC State Competition
in St. Petersburg on
Nov.17.
Very Sincerely,
Disie County Marching
Band, Redcoat Regiment


Senior Night 2007 will be
Friday, November 2.
DCHS seniors who
participate in football,
cheerleading, band and
JROTC
will be recognized during

pre-game
Pregame will begin at
6:15.


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carport, garden area, screened of pasture that is fenced & cross of Suwannee on 3 lots. Home has
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SORTING OUT THE
PROFESSIONALS IN THE HOME
BUYING PROCESS
As consumers embark on the home
buying process, it is important to un-
derstand the role of each professional
that is a part of the experience. The
non-profit Florida Association of Mort-
gage Brokers (FAMB) offers consumers
information about several profession-
als they will likely work with during
the largest financial transaction of
their lives:
* Loan Originator-Whether con-
sumers work with a mortgage broker
or with their local bank, the loan origi-
nator's responsibility is to discuss loan
program options, which should be
baseI on the ,IonsiumIer's individual fi-
na nc ial ci rcum s ta:nce_. The loan origi-
nato:r '. ill take the initial application,
rev iew the consumer- credit history
ant.l collect t personal i informaintion such
as payr.'.il, t ax r'eor(d:, banki. state-
mient_ anii the buyer'- purchase con-
tract Loan originators working for a
bank will offer pr-og rom. specific to the
bank. However. when workingng with a
mrIItCaNae broker, the broker will re-
view the proL'crm-_ .if _evera'l lenders
to determ ine which loan program will
best ulit the consumer'.- financial cir-
cumstance-.. The loan orijcinator
and or Ihe proces--sor in their office
w ill work with the coLnsiitmer to com-
plete all paperwutrk needed,: to arrange
f)I' tilhe loan clos.ing.
* Processor. A imoltIaae processor.
venfies the in formation pro' ided on
the application and assemLblbs the doc-
uments ain:i verificatiui.n- needed by the
lender oi' bank. The dl.,uLuiiments are
then -.ent to the lender'_ lan under-
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proval letter is issued. This pre-ap-
proval letter generally requires that ad-
ditional items be completed prior to
closing. The processor secures the
items and sends the completed loan file
back to the lender for closing.
* Appraiser-Prior to releasing funds
-for a mortgage, the lender will hire a li-
censed appraiser to assess the value of
the property. The actual loan amount
provided will be based on the appraised .
value or the sales price of the home,
whichever is lower.
* Home Inspector-Once a consumer
decides on a home that he/she would
like to purchase, many will retain the
services of a professional home inspec-
tor, whose job is to look at the home
from top to bottom and provide a writ-
ten report of any defects that might re-
quire repair. At that point, it is up to
the, seller and buyer to determine how
the issues will be addressed. A Wood
Destroying Organism Report may be re-
quired by the lender in the event the
county the property is located in re-
quires it, If it is not required, it may
be a good idea for a homebuyer to have,
an inspection to protect themselves
from termites and other live wood de-
stroying organisms. Check with your
originator for guidance.
* Attorney-Many consumers choose
to hire an attorney to represent them at
closing. The role of the attorney is to
review all documents related to the
loan, and if any changes are warranted,
to consult with the other parties in-
volved.
* Real Estate Agent-The role of the
real estate agent is to work
with homebuyers and home sellers
throughout the process and guide them
on appropriate sale price, negotiations


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and localarea information.
* Title Companyhe title company
is responsible for insuiing that no liens
exist on a property. They will insure
the loan for the lender and offer the
new owner an owner's title policy. Own-
er's insurance protects the owners
against any claims the previous owners
might have to the property. The title
company arranges for the closing and
signing of all documents, handles the
disbursement of all funds and records
all documents that are required.
These are the most simplified of defi-
nitions and the professionals in *
each of the fields represented here wvlt
be able to give anyone asking a
more detailed and specific explanation
of their role in the home buying
process. This is for your quick, and:, ,
easy reference.
The Florida Association of Mortgage:i
Brokers is the oldest state trade t
mortgage association in the nation -J
whose members strive to attain the Ys
highest degree of excellence and cus-A
tomer service available. FAMB
members also subscribe to a strict cole
of ethics. For more information or to-
find a mortgage broker in your area, -1
visit the consumerinformation page odn
the FAMB web site at www.famb.orf
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Grf f' iUppoorrupR orm-
ing- Free grief support groups in
the Tri-counties area. Free. Any-
one 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 con-
tact Anne E. Stephenson, LCSW
at (352) 493-2333 for more informa-
tion.

,23rd Annual Down home Days
- November 3, 2007. The host and
location for this event has
changed but little else. Trenton
communityy Church of the
lazarene is the new host and the
location is two miles west of town
on highway 26. The idea is to al-
--low 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 his-
tory for our area. On board al-
seady: 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 commu-
nity that would benefit from the
service. A survey is being con-
ducted by Dr. Michael L. Lowery,
Senior Pastor at Suwannee Fel-
.lowship to determine who and
how many in the Suwannee vicin-
ity may desire to receive the ser-
vice 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
droatror..i-aol,roni.

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

Holy Cross Catholki Church -
MBingo every Tuesday evening 6:00
p.m US. 19. Doors open at 6:00
pm. -- snacks available. Free cof-
fee. Rosary every Tuesday at 3:00
pin. 352-498-5617 ,

PREGNANT? Need help? Free
pregnancy test & confidential
counseling. Office hours: Monday
"{k Thursday. llam-4pm. Look for
'pur sign on Hwy. 19, across from
Dixie Co. High School. (352) 498-
1776. Ufrn.

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

23rd Annual Down Home Days
Arts & Crafts Festival Novem-
ber 3, hosted by the Community
Church of Nazarene 2659 SR 269
West, 9:00am 3:00pm. For more
information call John Yencho
(352) 463-7282 or Merle Goodrich
,j52)463-1057

Annual Shriners' Cane Grind-
ing 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

1Firewalkers Legacy Inter-
Tribal POW WOW November
23 25, at Hart Springs, 10:00am-till
dark. Join the fun at the inter-
'jr ibal celebration: full traditional
ttire, regalia, crafts, music,
drumming and dance. For more
'Information call Helen Blair. (352)
463-7321

Veterans of Foreign Wars Post
#5625, Chiefland, would like to
announce' the annual Voice of
Democracy and Patriot's Pen
Scholarship Awards. Applica-
tions are available at the local
"nigh and middle schools or con-
tact Jacob Wynn, 352-493-1159 at
Ahe VFW

The Voice of Democracy theme
for this year is "My Role in Hon-
oring America's Veterans". Stu-
4.dents in grades 9-12 are encour-
fged to participate. Patriot's Pen
theme is "Why I A m an Ameri-
can Patriot". Students in grades


6-8 are encouraged to participate.
The deadline 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..

Lake City, Fl- The Lake City
Community College (LCCC)
District Board of Trustees will
meet at 4p,m., Tuesday, November
13 in the LCCC Board Room. The
District Board of Trustees is ap-
pointed by the governor and the
trustees' term is for a four-year
period. Anyone in the college's
district may send a nomination to
the governor for trustee appoint-
ments. LCCC is a two-year com-
munity college locally governed,
and publicly supported. The col-
lege serves a five-county district
that includes Baker, Columbia,
Dixie, Gilchrist, and Union coun-
ties. LCCC is accredited by the
Commission on Colleges of the
Southern Association of Colleges
and Schools to award the associ-
ate degree. A complete agenda
will be available prior to the
meeting. For more information
contact the public information of-
fice at (386)754-4248.

TOPS MEETING- Take off ponds
sensibly meets at St. Alban's
Church North Chiefland. Hwy 19-
Wednesday 10:30am for more in-
formation 352-542-3131.

ANNUAL CRAFT FESTIVAL --
The Stephen C. O'Connell Center
is proud to announce that they
will be hosting North Central
Florida's largest indoor Craft Fes-
tival on Saturday and Sunday De-
cember 1st & 2nd. Craft Festival
is.the perfect place to find reason-
ably priced, unique gifts to five to
everyone including family,
friends, teachers and even work
associates. In addition, it's an op-
portunity to find one-of-a-kind
items for the home and yard.
This year's show will consist of
over 2-50 of the Eas-t Coast's finest
crafters and artisans Vendors in
the show will be selling every-
thing from Gator paraphernalia,
glass, hand carved wood items,
clothes, personalized gifts, soaps,
candles, jewelry, handbags, pet
gifts, picture frames, marionettes,
quilts ,and much, much more.
Newberry's Backyard BBQ will
be serving hamburgers, cheese-
burgers, BBQ pork sandwiches
and french fries, not to mention.
the hot dogs, pizza, cotton candy,
roasted nuts, kettle corn, snow
cones, iced tea and pretzels! Ad-
mission to the Craft Festival is $3
for the general public, $1 for stu-
dents who provide a valid Gator
ID at the Box Office and free for
children 12 and under. One-dollar
off coupons for the Craft Festival
are available at its website at:
http://www.oconnellcenter.ufl.ed.
u/craftfestival or through vari-
ous other media outlets. Craft
Festival will be held December 1
from 10 am until 6 pm and De-
cember 2 from 10 am until 5 pm.
For more information on attend-
ing the Craft Festival please call
(352) 392-5500. 45,46,47,48,49

NOTICE NOTICE NOTICE!!
SUWANNEE RIVER SHRINE
CLUB BREAKFAST AND
TURKEY SHOOT! Join us on Sat-
urday, November 3rd! 1/2 Mile
North of Fanning Springs on 26!
SWill be serving eggs, grits, gravy
sausage, pancakes, biscuits, tea
and coffee! All You Can Eat for
$4.00! Proceeds benefit the
Suwannee River Shrine Club and
are nhot tax-deductible! EOW-1/3


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LIKE A SMALL FLEA MAR
KET -- Rambling Woods Annual
Yard Sale! NOVEMBER 1st 3rd
(Thursday, Friday and Saturday).
8 am to ? Many Items, 9-10 homes
in subdivision -- for information
call (352) 542-9374. 349N, 5% miles
from Old Town Light. 44,45

MULTI-FAMILY YARD SALE --
Saturday, November 3, 8am-til.
Clothes for men, women, teenage
boys antd girls, home items, chil-
drens items, movies and much
more! If raining, will cancel.. 415
NE 223rd Avenue. (Old Continen-


tal Rd.) Look for signs. 45

YARD SALE -- at St. Albanys
Episcopal Church. Located 4
miles north of N. Chiefland Rt. 19.
Saturday, November 3rd. 8am 2
pm. Big Variety to choose from.
45

YARD SALE -- Saturday Novem-
ber 3rd, 9 am-3pm. Horseshoe
Road, in front of Simply Chic.
Look for signs. Miscellaneous
items. 45

GIANT CHRISTMAS DOL-
LARAMA SALE! Don't miss it!!
The big Christmas Dollarama
Sale at United Christian Services
on Friday, November 2, 2007!
You'll find all kinds of treasures
and especially Christmas items
for ridiculously low prices at this
annual fundraiser for the needy
in Dixie County! There will be
some yummy homemade baked
goods for sale too! Just for your
sweet tooth! Don't forget: FRI-
DAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2007 at the
UCS Building across from the
Courthouse in Cross City Come
at 9:00 am and shop until you
drop, See you there!

YARD SALE -- Thursday, Friday
& Saturday. New & Used. SR 317
& Hwy 19, across from BP Gas
Station. 45

Like a Small Flea Market- Ram-
bling Woods Annual Yard Sale -
November- Thursday 1st, Friday
2nd, Sat 3rd- 8am to ? Many
Items 9-10 Homes in Subdivision
- For Information- Call 352-542-
9374 349N 51/2 Miles from Old
Town Light. 44,45






COURT HOUSE SQUARE,
CROSS CITY-Professional
Office % of Building Avail-
able. Faces Courthouse Park-
ing Lot. Great Location...His-
toric Brick ''Building-
Tile/Hardwood Floors. Sepa-
rate Entryway divided into re-
ception area & 2 large offices.
$500/month including utili-
ties 352-328-1405 UFN

7 ACRES -- Santa Fe area.
1700+ s.f house, everything
new, valued at $300,000. Priced
at $240,000/OBQ. Weekends
(352)463-2786 or (727)517-5111
anytime. 43,44,45,46,47

BEAUTIFUL WATER-
FRONT LOT -in Jena just
East of bridge. 116 feet deep
water/1.4 'acres. Incredible
dock already in place with 220
power, water, floating dock,
decks, big boat lift, dock
house and more. Reduced
price .Call for more details.
760-583-9987 ULFN





HOMESTAGING & DECORAT-
ING OLD FLORIDA STYLE -
Homes, Offices, Restaurants, &
Condos. Call Ruth Ann Lovelace
352-226-7149. Email
lovelaceraCvahoo.com
20-un

REV. TENAM. HARRIS or-
dained, spiritual coach. Proven
authentic Natural -Intuitive,
paranormal invest. Full staff -
licensed. Home, land and busi-
ness blessings. Cross City, FL
Dixie County (352) 498-2900 or
toll free at 1-866-406-0706. E-mail:
dixieboo@bellsouth.net. Web:
tenamarie.com Credit cards ac-
cepted. Open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Monday Saturday
UFN(lst week)


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, metal roofs, additions,
porches, 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 small-Free
estimates-Lie. & 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 WASH--
ING/EXTERIOR PAINTING
sincel985. Exp/Ins. Call Pastor
Jim Hurst at 352-463-1212. ufn

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

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
outir sigII on Hwy 19, across from
DiJe County High School. ufm

SHOWERS OF BLESSINGS
CUSTOM WATER TREAT-
MNIENT
We custom build our systems to
mn-et your need. We have Re'.erse
Osmosis to give you clean health\
drinking water. We' haie- 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. Ufn

REFINANCE Cash Out/Low
Fixed Rates- Purchase Low Down
Payments Less Than Perfect
Credit OK-Self Employed/No In-
come Verifications- Mobile/Man-
ufactured Homes-Working Farm
Loans-Commercial Property- Let
us structure a loan to fit your
needs 1-877-346-0100- Kymco.
Mortgage 43,44,45,46





For sale: Canmp'r 28' loin. Call for
utformati on 542 2.355 44

Beef for Freezer $1.25.00, lb.
Live weight plus slaughter, cut
and wrap. Grain fed, no hor-
mones. %/, % 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

1998 GMC KING CAB 4x4 Blue
(stepside). Professional 3" Lift
Kit, Tires and Rims. 133K Miles.
Leather, CD Player, Cold A/C.
$8950 (352) 208-6051 45

"1986" Ford Van- 300HP, 6cyl.
Good Tires, Good dependable
work van. $1,500.00 OBO. Call 352-
542-7124 43,44,45,46

Commercial Tanning Bed for
Sale. Sun Quest Pro World bed 24
bulb works excellent $1,200.00.
Call 352-3053 ufn

'93 CAPRICE -- One owner, 28
Hwy/22 City, $2250 498-2220 or
356-0828 45

Truck for Sale- 89 Isuzu Pickup.
$600.00. 1994 F150 $1,500.00. 1989
Bronco with 351 $600.00. 542-2484
43,44

1995 Firebird Convertible-
56,000 original miles, New A/C -
Looks and runs great- cylinder -
$7,500- Old Town area 561-523-
6846- Please leave message. 44

1991 Chevy Van Series 20, with
all original seats, has wheelchair
lift, runs good. Ready to go! 352-
542-9625. $2995.00 OBO. 44


FOR SALE Little Red Store.
bait, tackle and Sub Shop "ful-
ly Furnished" unlimited po-
tential. We lease to quali-
fied individuals. Call 352-
498-7347 UFN


ANTsy
to sell those
old items you
have just
lying around
the house?

Sell Them In
The Classifieds

352-498-3312




FOR RENT -- 2 bedroom trader.
$240.00 No children. by D[)iie
.Junkyard. Call 498.7.392 45

2B TRAILER FOR RENT!
$425 month, plus'$200 security.
Call (352) 542-9574 for more infor-
mation. 45

Hunter's Housing Rent a Trav-,
el trailer in Cross City right on
,CR 351. Furnished, including TV,
dishes, appliances & flatware, Ca-
ble TV w/HBO included in rent
Electricity, Hot Water-, Mi
crowave. Boat Parking available
Smaller tuut $100.00 %\k Larger
unit: $125.00 wk Call .352-682.
6681 4-,4.5

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


For Rent (1) 3b/lba House Cen-
tral Heat and Air. $550.00
month.(2) 2b/lba. House Central
Heat a nd Atr (3) 2b/2basingle mo-
bile home. Central Heat and Air.
1it. la._t months -352-356-7434
44

For Rent- 3b/1 % ba, 2b/2ba,
2b ba- Call for information. For
sale: Camper 28'long. Call for in-
formation- 542-2355., 44





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




HOUSEKEEPER needed. hon.
est, dependable, reliable, apply in
person at 228 NE Hwy 51, Stein-
hatchee 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
1Ufn
Advertising Reps Dixie Coun-
ty Advocate Local paper with
large ad base. Seeking to expand
Competitive salary plus excellent
commission fax resume 498-0420
or email editor(odcadvocate.net
Ufn
HOME BUSINESS Christian
owned company expanding. In-
ternet and phone needed. Unlim-
ited earning potential. Not re-
stricted to local geographics.
Wonderful company great prod-


tucts. a proven systemm Part or
fuilltune Extra cash or career.
Build your own retirement.
www.freedoml 4teps corn/jimh
u'st or call 352-498.3927 Pastor
Jim Hurst 4-2.13.4-1

RUN'S NEEDED Cross City Re-
hab is looking for RN's FT and PT
for the 10pm to 6am shift and the
6 pm to 6am shift. If interested,
please call Liz Montgomery at
498-2005 or stop by to fill put an
application.. UFN

Maintenance Position Avail-
able 32hrb, must have experi-
ence in Plumbing, electrical, car-
penter painting and Sheetrock,
drug free work place. Valid dri-
vers license and transportation.
352-498-3175 Ufn

Full time RN- 7-3 Shift. Take ad-
vantage of Sign-on bonus, Tri-
County Nursing Home. 7280 S.W.
Road 26, Trenton, Florida. 463-
1222. EOE-DFWP. 44,45

VOCATIONAL REHABILITA-
TION COUNSELOR LOCATED
IN:OLD TOWN FLORIDA! Pro-
vide guidance and counseling to
individuals w/ disabilities to ob-
tain and maintain competitive
employment. BA degree in edu-
cation social, behavioral or re-
habilitative science. year of
professional counseling experi-
ence. NMaster's degree can substi-
tute for required experience.
Must have excellent written and
verbal communication skills and
be computer literate. Salary $35k.
Be;. Incl. Medical, dental, vision,
403B, I ife i,s LTD & more. Back-
ground check required. Fa-x re-
sume- .386-154-1269 or Phone: 386-
754-1675 or email to Barbarahar-
rington @vr. flIdo e. org
EOE/DFWP 43,44


Medical Help Wanted -.DMH,
Perry. Employment Opportuni-
ties. .CNO. ICU Director ICU RN,
ER-OP Coder. Great salary and
benefits. E-mail. dianamrJ'doc-
tors.meinmorial.com. Fax- 850-584-
0661. 44,45

3. s o

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE & SEX-
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 gToup 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.
Ufn

AA MEETINGS-Wednesday
night, 8:00 pm at eh fellowship
Baptist 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.druarehabresource.net .
Don't wait.


MORTGAGES-Purchase. Reti-
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 Phonie 1-877-
346-0100 43, 44,45,46


LUoSt UUg U-UCII l UIIr, i.ailalU
la mixed with blue yes. 100lbs, be-
tween McCrabb & Purvis Land-
ing Rd. 542-7697- Reward of-
fered, has collars. 44,45





Randy Douglas (352) 498-7742 or
(352) 356-0481 45,46








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t Page 16


Outdoors


HICKORY MOUND
IMPROVEMENTS HIGHLIGHT
PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN FWC
AND DUCKS UNLIMITED


The improvements to the Hickory
Mound Impoundment were official-
S :-- ly recognized Oct., 16 when members
of the Florida Fish and Wildlife
4 Conservation Commission (FWC)
i. '-and Ducks Unlimited unveiled a
sign at the
area commemorating the project's partnerships.
The project was an upgrade of the impoundment dike
and water control structures.

"The reconstruction of the impoundment dike was de-
signed to allow this structure to withstand a 50-year
storm event by drastically reducing the number of
breaches that have occurred in the past," explained
David Nicholson, district biologist at the FWC Big
Bend Field Office in Perry.

The major portions of the construction project includ-
ed the installation of two 1,000-foot concrete geoweb
spillways, four 5-foot by 5-foot box culverts, one alu-
minum water control structure, and the placement of
rip-rap material along approximately 3,600 feet of the
dike as reinforcement in areas susceptible to storm
erosion in the past.

"These upgrades also give biologists better control over
the flow of water into and out of the impoundment, al-
lowing FWC staff to better manage waterfowl and other
wildlife species. This increased management ability
will produce higher quality recreational opportuni-
ties,"
Nicholson explained.

During the ceremony, members of the FWC and Ducks
Unlimited spoke of the close working relationship be-
tween the two agencies and the obstacles they over-
came on the project. The ceremony concluded with an
Unveiling of a sign listing all those entities who con-
tributed to making the project a reality.

This project was funded by FWC, Ducks Unlimited,
Taylor County, and grants received from the National
Fish and Wildlife Foundation and through the North
American Wetlands Conservation Act, Nicholson said.

,Nicholson gave, a brief history of the impoundment
during the ceremony.
"It was constructed in 1168 as a joint.venture between
,Buckeye Celluloei Ci' rpoation. the landowner'.at thet-
time, and the Florida Gamei and Fresh Water Fish Com-
mission (GFC), currently the FWC," Nicholson said.
The primary goals were to enhance waterfowl habitat
and waterfowl hunting opportunities. The impound-
ment also provided many other recreational opportuni-
ties including crabbing, fishing and bird watching.
In response to damages caused by Hurricane Kate in
1985, the GFC joined with Ducks Unlimited for the co-
operative maintenance and management of Hickory


SATURDAY WAS A GREAT DAY
FOR FOOTBALL

Photos and Story by Chuck Elton
Football players, cheerleaders and parents came out this
past Saturday for


Mound Impoundment.
"In 1986, the Nature Conservancy purchased those
lands that make up the bulk of the Big Bend Wildlife
Management Area, which included Hickory Mound.
These lands were subsequently transferred to the State
of Florida
in 1987," Nicholson said.

Over the years the impoundment has been plagued by
damages caused by tropical systems:

March 1993: Storm of the Century

August 1994: Tropical Storm Beryl

June 1995: Hurricane Allison
October 1995: Hurricane Opal

September 1998: Hurricane Earl

September 2004: Hurricane Jeanne
"Because of damage caused by these storms, as well as
vandalism to the water control structures, the manage-
ment of the area for waterfowl had been greatly ,ham-
pered. To combat this, in 2001, the FWC contracted
with
Turnbull Environmental, Inc. to develop a feasibility
study for upgrading the impoundment levee to with-
stand a 50-year storm event. The results of this study
were then used to develop construction plans for the
upgrades," Nicholson said.

In April 2005, a contract was awarded to Carter's Con-
tracting Services, Inc. of Andalusia, Ala., and con-
struction began soon thereafter.

"The problems with storms continued," Nicholson said.
"In July 2005, when construction was about one-third
completed and the impoundment was in a vulnerable
state, Hurricane Dennis made landfall in Pensacola.
Although this storm remained well offshore of the Big
Bend region, its path and strength resulted in consider-
able damage from tidal surge all along the Big Bend
coast. Tidal surge at the impoundment' was estimated
to be more than 9 feet and resulted in extensive dam-
age."

- As a result of the damage and an active hurricane sea-
son, construction was suspended until hurricane sea-
son ended. FWC worked with FEMA to recover some
funds for repairs, and Anderson Columbia assisted by
providing a storage location for the excess material
and debris removed from the dike.

Construction was completed in June 2006, and the area
reopened to the public for recreational use. FWC
worked with Ducks Unlimited to draft an updated man-
agement plan for the impoundment that still focuses on
i aterfowl habitat but also takes into account.wading- .
birds, blue crabs and the marine fishery to maximize
the area's potential.
"Even though the upgrades to the impoundment have
not been tested by tropical systems, we feel this project
is a success. Vandalism has been
minimal, and the new water control structures are op-
erating efficiently," Nicholson said. "This is a great re-
source for the visitors and residents of Taylor County."


the Kenny Upshaw Championship Playoffs. And the
weather was perfect.

The DC Pirates took on the SVL Longhorns at 3:30 and af-
ter four quarters of going up and down the field with the
Longhorns,.lost
the game 7 -6.
The extra
point made
all the differ- "
ence in a well
played game.


The DC Griz-
zly Bears then
took on the
Branford
Bucs. The
Bears went in
at half time with
a 22 6 advantage. The sec-
ond half had a lot of ac-
tion but neither team
could put a score on the
board and the Grizzly
Bears rolled over the Bucs
22 -6.

The DC Fighting Bears
came out against the
Chiefland Indians and put
6 points on the board in
the first 4 minutes of play.
Chiefland then came back
in the second quarter with
6 points.

The second half of the
game, the Bears scored
again and this time made
the 2 point conversion.
And the Bears beat the In-
dians 14 6.

The DC Bears did not do as
well against the. Chiefland
Indians in their game. Al-
tho they gave it their all,
the Indians scalped the
Bears 0 30.

Thursday, November 1st
will be the cookout and
awards presentation at the
High School football field
starting at 6:30 pm.


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November 8 7:30 p.m.

Levy Performing
Arts Center
Tickets will be on sale the day of performance
at the PAC Box office
9 a.m.-4 p.m. cash or check only


Lyn Dillies

For ticket information call

(386) 754-4340


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


Outdoors


NEW COMMITTEE MEMBERS 1
FOR ORIGINAL FLORIDA


The Original Florida Tourism Task Force announces the
election of its executive committee. The new officers
were introduced at the October 2007 meeting and will
serve two year terms.

Director of the Levy County Tourist Development Coun-
cil, Carol McQueen, will serve as the Original Florida
chair. She has been active in several highly successful
press familiarization trips and sales missions
and on the group's branding committee as it positions it-i
self as Natural North Florida to visitors. Ms. McQueen
was previously the group's vice-chair.

President and CEO of The Tal-
lahassee Area Convention
and Visitor's Bureau,
Sharon Liggett, will serve
as the vice-chair of the
group. Ms. Liggett has
been active as the group's r
trade show committee
chair, and was involved in
the highly successful sales
mission to Atlanta and Birm-
ingham in spring 2007. Ms.
Liggett previously served as the secretary/treasurer.

Executive Director of Pure Water Wilderness, Donna
Creamer, will serve as the secretary/treasurer. Ms.
Creamer has been very active in the group's recent press
familiarization trips, and is a welcome addition to
the executive committee.

Returning as the group's marketing committee chair
will be Paulette Lord and returning as its press familiar-
ization committee chair will be Harvey Campbell, both
of the Columbia County Tourist Development Council.
The Original Florida is a 13-county region that stretches
from
Cedar Key to Tallahassee to Gainesville and all points in
between. It is an all-volunteer organization that pro-
motes the natural, historic, and cultural attractions of
the area to increase the number of visitors and extend
their stay

The goal is to enhance the area's economy image, and
quality of life through expanded revenues and emnploy-
ment opportunities. At the sqme time, the region will
encourage the preservation of the resources which
bring focus to the area.



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PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Suwannee Water and Sewer District, Dixie County, Florida. will
be holding a Special Meeting on Friday November 2, 2007 at 5pm,. The Special Meeting will ad-
dress the Hagerty Lawsuit and the purchase of new Grinder Pumps. Immediately following the
Special Meeting the District will conduct a Workshop to review Employee Policy and review of
'Suwannee Water & Sewer District Policies and Procedures. Both meetings will be held at the
Suwannee Community Center.


PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Suwannee Water and Sewer District, Dixie County,
Florida, will hold the second of two public meetings regarding the increase of sewer
rates and grinder pump fees. The meeting will be held on Friday, November 2, 2007 at
7:00 PM at the Suwannee Community Center. The proposed Increase is as follows:
Current sewer rate is $24.00 per month for residential and $27.50 for commercial
sewer service for the first 3,000 gallons, with an additional $1.70 for each 1,000
gallons thereafter; increased rate to be $30.30 per month for residential and $33.80
for 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 November
2, 2007, at 7:00 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.

Suwannee Water & Sewer District, P.O. Box 143, 825 SE 327 St., Suwannee, FL 32692
Phone: 352-542-7570 Fax: 352-542-7691


NOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARING
CONCERNING AN AMENDMENT TO THE
TOWN OF CROSS CITY LAND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS
BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING BOARD, OF
TOWN OF CROSS CITY, FLORIDA,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to the
Town of Cross City Land Development
Regulations, as amended, hereinafter referred to
as the Land Development Regulations, and Sec-
tions 163.3161 through 163.3215, Florida Statutes,
as amended, objections, recommendations and
comments concerning an amendment,as de-
scribed below, will be heard by the Planning and.
Zoning Board of the Town of Cross City, Florida,
at a public hearing on November 13, 2007 at 7:00
p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter can be
heard, in the City Council Meeting Room, City
Hall, located at 99 NE 210th Ave, Cross City, Flori-
da.

LDR 07-2, an application by the Town Coun-
cil, to amend the text of the Land Development
Regulations by amending Section 2.1.209, entitled.
Definitions, Subdivision, to include a definition:
for major and minor subdivision.

The public hearing may be continued to one or
more future dates. Any interested party shall be
advised that the date, timne and place of any
continuation of the public hearing shall be an-
nounced during the public hearing and that no


further notice concerning the matter will be pub-
lished, unless said continuation exceeds six calen-
dar weeks from the date of the above referenced
public hearing.

At the aforementioned public hearing, all interest-
ed parties may appear to be heard with respect to
the amendment.

Copies of the amendment are available for public
inspection at the Office of the City Manager, City
Hall located at 99 NE 210th Avenue, Cross City,
Florida, during regular business hours.

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

In accordance with the Americans With Disabili-
ties Act, persons with disabilities needing special
accommodations to participate in this proceeding
should contact the ADA Coordinator Ronald Cas-
sidy, Jr. at 352-498-3079 not later than 7 days prior,
to the proceedings. The Town Hall building is
ADA compliant. If hearing impaired TDD call 1-
800-955-8771 or voice impaired (V) call 1- 45
800-955-8770 via Florida Relay Service.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AD
FOR DIXIE COUNTY, FL6RIDA
WILLIAM BIGHAM MCCRANIE TRUST
U/A DATED SEPTEMBER 13, 1994, CASE NO: O'1-C r9- -C
Plaintiff, U -r--
vs. :
JOEL DELVA, JEAN-RENOIR EUGENE, ESTATE C
OF JEAN-RENOIR EUGENE, MARANTHA EUGENE, -
AS SPOUSE OF JEAN-RENOIR EUGENE, STANLEY
EUGENE, A MINOR CHILD BY AND THROUGH HIS
NATURAL GUARDIAN, MARANTHA EUGENE,
STEPHANIE EUGENE, A MINOR CHILD BY AND
THROUGH HER NATURAL GUARDIAN, MARANTHA
EUGENE, UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS, LIENORS AND TRUSTEES,
AND ALL OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST JEAN-RENOIR EUGENE, DECEASED,
Defendants.,

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: JEAN-RENOIR EUGENE, ESTATE OF JEAN-RENOIR EUGENE, MARANTHA
EUGENE, AS SPOUSE OF JEAN-RENOIR EUGENE, STANLEY EUGENE, A MINOR
CHILD BY AND THROUGH HIS NATURAL GUARDIAN, MARANTHA EUGENE,
STEPHANIE EUGENE. A MINOR CHILD BY AND THROUGH HER NATURAL
GUARDIAN, MARANTHA EUGENE,
410 Abbey Springs Way .
McDonough, Georgia 30253
UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS, LIENORS
AND TRUSTEES, AND ALL OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER
OR AGAINST JEAN-RENOIR EUGENE, DECEASED,
Residence Unknown '
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to foreclose Mortgage on the following property in
Dixie County, Florida:
A tract of land lying in the North Half of Section 15, Township 11 South, Range 13
East, Dixie County, Florida, being more particularly described as follows:
Commencing at the Southeast cornerofsaid North Half, thence South 88 deg, 59 rmin
46 sec West for a distance of 947.82 feet along the South line of said North Half to
the point of beginning of the herein described lands. From said point of beginning,
thence South 88 deg, 59 min 46 sec West for a distance of 720.32 feet continuing
along said South line; thence North 27 deg, 20 min 33 see East for a.distance of
1725.66 feet to the Southerly line of county maintained New Pine Landing Road (30
feet wide); thence South 61 deg, 3 min 03 see East for a distance of 52.41 feet along
said Southerly line t9 an angle point on said line; thence South 62 deg, 12 rnun 24 sec
East for a distance of 316.74 feet along said Southerly line to a point of curve to the.
left; thence along a curve to the left, having a radius of 1427.95 feet and an arc length
of 101.11 feet, being subtended by a chord of South 64 deg, 14 min 07 sec East for
a distance of 101.09 feet along said Southerly line; thence South 20 deg, 35 min 18
sec West for a distance of 1392.56 feet to the point of beginning.
And
A tract ofland lying in the North Half of Section 1 5,Township 11 South, Range 13
East, Dixie County, Florida, being more particularly described as follows:
Beginning atthe Southeast corner ofsaid North Half; from saidpoint of beginning,
thence South 88 deg, 59 min 46 sec West for a distance of 947.82 feet along the
South line of said North Half; thence North 20 deg, 35 min 18 sec East for a distance
of 192.56 feet along a non-radial line to the Southerly line of county maintained New
Pine Landing Road (20 feet wide), to which a radial line bears North 34 deg, 44 min
11 see East; thence along a curve to the left, having a radius of 1427.95 feet and an
arc length of 291.77 feet, being subtended by a chord of South 72 deg, 07min 01 sec
East for a distance of 291.26 feet along said Southerly line to a point of tangency;
thence South 77 deg, 58 min 14 sec East for a distance of 178.49 feet along said
Southerly line to the East line ofsaid Section 15; thence South 00 deg, 18 min 24 sec
East for a distance 6f 1160.39 feet along said East line to the point of beginning.
has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to
it on SHEREE H. LANCASTER, Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is Post Office Box 1000,
Trenton, Florida 32693, on or before thirty (30) days after the date of the first publication of this
notice, and file the original with the Clerk of this Court, whose address is Post Office Box 1206,
Cross City., Florida 32628, either before service on Plaintiffs attorney or immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in' the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this Court on this Xg day of October, 2007.
^"--ST DATE OF PUBLICATION: N_6Ve/i I 3' .2007.
. ...... Dana D. Johnson
As Clerk of the Court

Si' By As Depy Clerk
Slr: 'I--.F.H I./-ANCASTER
AtMirney lor Plaintiff
109 East \'nde Street
Sio.I OfriLe nix 1000
Trenton, FL 32693
('52) 163-1000
I- lorida Bar No. 602922


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DIXIE COUNTY

DAVID H. CLARK, JR., INC.,
a Florida corporation


Plaintiff
vs.

MICHAEL A. RILEY AND
ANNA J. RILEY, his wife


Case No. 2007-48-CC

NOTICE OF ACTION


Defendants
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To: Michael A. Riley
Anna J. Riley
Address Unknown

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a foreclosure action has been filed against you on
the following described property, to wit:

Lot 6, Clarks Subdivision, Unit II, a subdivision in Section 35, Township 9
South, Range 13 East, according to the Plat recordedin Plat Book 1, Page 229,
Public Records of Dixie County, Florida.

and you are required to file a written response with the Court and serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on Stephen C. Booth, Esquire, of the law firm of Booth & Cook, P.A., 7510
Ridge Road, Port Richey, Florida, 34668, at least thirty (30) days from the date of first publication
and file the original with the Clerk of the Circuit Court either before service on Plaintiffs attorney
or immediately thereafter; otherwise a Default will be entered against you for the relief demanded
in the Complaint.

TNESS my hand and official seal of this Court on the C day of October, 2007.

S.' ..1 5 Clerk of the Circuit Court

AM- ,, .

:* Deputy Clerk


Instrument Prepared By:
Stephen C. Booth, Esquire
Booth & Cook, P.A.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
7510 Ridge Road
Port Richey, Florida 34668
SPN 141/FBN 0145880


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


INRE; ESTATE OF


ESTHER V. KRESSMAN,


FILE NO.; 07-0086 CP


Deceased.




NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the estate of ESTHER V. KRESSMAN, deceased, whose date of

death was November 5, 2006, is pending in the Circuit Court for Dixie County, Florida, Probate

Division, the address of which is Dixie County Courthouse, Post Office Box 1206, Cross City,

Florida 32628, The names and addresses of the personal representative and the personal

representative's attorney are set forthl below,

All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against

decedent's estate on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their claims with

this court WITHIN THE 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.

All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against

decedent's estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE

OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION 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 THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM

FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS

BARRED.

The date of the first publication of this notice is 2007.


Attorney for Personal Representative:

THEODORE M. BURT, PA.
Attorneys at Law


By:
THEODORE M. BURT
Florida Bar Number 172404
114 Northeast First Street
Post Office Box 308
Trenton, Florida 32693
(352) 463-2348


Personal Representative: 45,46






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9421 NE 1211 Court
Ocala, Florida 34479


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AGENDA
Regular Meeting- Dixie County Courthouse
Commission Meeting Room
November 1, 2007 10:00 AM

The Dixie County Board of County Commissioners of Dixie County, Florida, will meet on
Thursday, November 1, 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
4. Adelaide Jackson
RE: Thompson Road
5. Cheryl Neloka, Mayor Fanniing Springs
RE: Mutual Utilities Interest Issues
6. Scott Koons, North Central Florida Regional Planning Council
7. Jan Parks, Family Medical Practice
8. Tony Johns, Suwannee Water and Sewer DistrictManager
9. Bailey, Bishop, & Lane
10. Bettie Gail Osteen, Indigent Healthcare Agent
11. Joe Ruth, Solid Waste Coordinator
12. Jerry Prater, Veterans Service Officer
13. Rita Harris, Harris Administrative Services Inc.
14. Big Bend Water, Formerly Steinhatchee Water
15. Jack Spivey, Building and Zoning
16. John Jenkins, Zoning Official
17. Howard Reed, County Road Superintendent
18. Tim Alexander, Emergency Services Director
19. Cindy Bellot, Librarian
20. Arthur Bellot, County Coordinator
21. Leenette McMillan, County Attorney
22. Dana Johnson, Clerk of Court
23. County Commission Items
24. Vouchers Approved
25. Adjourn

PLEASE BE ADVISED .that if a person decided to appeal any decision made by the Board
with respect to any matter considered at such meeting or hearings, he/ she will need a
record of the proceedings, and for such purpose, he/ she will need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is. made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be based.

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

The Board meets the first Thursday of each month at 10:00 AM and the third Thursday of
each month at 6:00 PM. Individuals that would like to be placed on the agenda should call
Dana D. Johnson, Clerk of Court, by 4:00 PM on Friday Preceding the Board meeting, at (352)
498-1200.


THOMAS PALAZZOLO and ADRIANNE
PAL AZZOLO, as Trustees of the THOMAS
PALAZZOLO and ADRIANNE PALAZZOLO
Family Trust dated October 22, 2003
P Plaintiffs,
vs.
MICHAEL ElSENMAN and SHELLEY
HENDERSHOT, Husliind and Wife


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
FLORIDA THIRD JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DIXIE
COUNTY, FLOIUDA


CASE NUMBER: 07-0044-CA


Defendants.


NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45
NO I (ICE IS GIV EN that pursuant to Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated the 29'
day of October, 2007 in Case Number 07-0044-CA of the Circuit Court of the Third Judicial Circuit
in and for Dixie County, Florida, in which THOMAS PALAZZOLO and ADRIANNE
PALA ZZOLO, as Trustees of the THOMAS PALAZZOLO and A..DRIANNE PALAZZOLO
Family Trust died October 22, 2003, are rhc Plaiitifit' and N1ICILAEL EISENNIMAN and
S F I.LEY' HI NDElRSHOT, Husband and Wife,are the Defendants,,I %ill sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at the Northwest door of the Dixie County Cociirhnuse, Cross 'Cit-, Dixie
County, florida at 11:00 A.M. on the 26th dai of N':\en-mber, 200,7, the following described property
set forth in the Order or Final JtudciTment of Foreclosure:
LOT 49, INDIAN OAKS SUBDIVISION, ACCORDING TO THEF. PLAT
I t-ER.IOl- A\S RECORDED IN PL'AT BOOK 1,PAGE 191. OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS 01F DIXIE COUNTY, FLOPJDA. : -
ANY PERSON CLAIMING .AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE.SAE,
IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OV\ NER AS. OF THE DATE OF THE LIS
PENDFNrS IMST FILE A CLAIM I ITHIN 60 DAYS AFTERR THE SALE.


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DANA D. JOHNSON
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When: Saturday, November 3,2007
lime: 9am to noon
Where- Old Town tha old Old Town Elementary parking lot
Sion Hwy 349 Sourh
Were: Cross City Shpmrock Veterinary Clinic -,Hwy 351-A
Who: ALL Dogs & Cats over 4 months old 58.00 each

Other available vaccinations at additional cost:
Feline Distemper/Upper Respitory $10.00 each
Feline Leukemia $15.00 each

CanineDisternper/Parvo $10.00 each
,Canine Kennel Cough $10.00 each


**ONE-DAY SPECIAL PRICE **
K-9 Heartworm Test $15.00"*
Results in 15 minutes


Call 498-5293
with any questions


Microchip placement & registration $45.00
All vaccinations given by the Doctors of Shamrock Veterinary Clinic.


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4 L41496il1I LULIJE
ADJUNCT
INSTRUCTORS
FOR SPRING 2008
Business Math
Classes are MW 8;30pm and
T 6:30pm. Master's in
Business, Accounting or other
related field. Contact Tracy
Hickman at 386-754-4324 or
h ickmant(anlakecitvcc.edu
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Cosmetology
To teach Nail Tech program
on %ed, Thurs. from 8:15-
445 Nail Tech license and 2
ears experience in the field
required. AA degree %%ith
license preferred Contact
Carol McLean 386-754-4352
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English, Psychology-.
Must have Masier's degree.
v/imnimum 18 graduate
hours in field Contact Holly
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College Level Mathematics
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Intermet Seclion Musthave
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%% '18 hours graduate credit
hours in Ph\skical Science
7 Zoology
Internet Section. Must have a,
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graduate hrs in Zoology.
Contact PaulaCifuentes at
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, Applicants must provide copy
of transcripts. All foreign
transcripts/degrees must be
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GIANT CHRISTMAS DOLLARAMA SALE

nDon't miss it!! The big Christmas Dollarama Sale

United Christian Services on Friday, November 2, 2007!

You'll find all kinds of treasures,
and especially
Christmas items, for ridiculously low
prices at this annual fundraiser for the
Speedy in Dixie County
There will be some yummy homemade
baked goods for sale, too,for your sweet
tooth!

Don't forget: Friday, November 2nd, at the UCS
Building
across from the Courthouse in Cross City!


NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS


The Dixie County 2007 Tax Roll has been delivered to the Tax Collectol
by the Property Appraiser for collection.


Pursuant to Chapter 197.322 Florida Statutes, notice is hereby given that
the Tax Roll is now open for payment of 2007 Dixie County Ad
Valorem Taxes and Non Ad Valorem Assessments. Payments will be
accepted at the Tax Collectors Office in the Dixie County Courthouse
located at 214 NE 351 Hwy, Suite A, Cross City, FL 32628.


Taxes are payable beginning November 1, 2007, and will be delinquent
if not paid prior to April 1, 2008. All taxes on the 2007 Tax Roll are
entitled to the following discounts:


4% If paid in the month of November 2007
3% If paid in the month of December 2007
2% If paid in the month of January 2008
1% If paid in the month of February 2008
No discountif paid in the month of March 2008


Tax Notices have been mailed to all property owners at the address on
record. Tax Notices have also been mailed to all Escrow Mortgage
Holders or their Agents. Please contact the Tax Collector's Office at
352-498-1213 if you have not received your Tax Notice, by November
14, 2007.


If you wish to mail your payment you must return the Tax Notice along
with a self-addressed stamped envelope to receive a paid receipt to the
address below:
Joyce H. Davis, CFC
Dixie County Tax Collector
PO Drawer 5040
Cross City, FL 32628


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SOCIETY RAFFLE
Dixie County Humane Society is
having a raffle for a lovely, hand--
made, old-fashioned, queen size (60"
X 8i0") quilt as pictured above. This
quilt was generously inade and do-
nated by Becky Hale.
Raffle tickets are $1.00 each or16 for
$5.00. The winning ticket will
be drawn at 'Down Hoe Days"in
Trenton on November 3. A -econd
and third raffle ticket wll be drawn
arrangements made by Jennifer
Hale. Get your tickets as there are
onlytwo weeks left until the raffle.


mane Society to provide for their food and care.
Tickets can be purchased at visionn Realty Tri-Courty & "A to Z
Consignment Shop" in the Dollar General Plaza in Old Town, "Vision Really
TrirCounty" 62 SE 228th Street id Suwannee. "Newto You Consignment" 16248 Hwy 19 in
Cross City. "Fox's Pizza Den" 16340 Hwy 19 in Cross Citt or at our Saturday
pet adoptions at the CITGO gas station in Old Town from 12:30 to 4:00 p.m.



Kelly Cole, PA-C has joined Southeastern
r Primary Care in Chiefland.
a Si Complete Care for Your Family:
Tksa ep s (Ages -2 & up)tZ


Acute Sick Visits
Diabetes
Heart Disease
Lung Disease


* Hypertension
* Women's Wellness
* Healthy Aging
* Physicals


For an Appointment Call:
(352) 493-7343
Kelly Cole, PA-C New Patients Hl1come!
SeAIala Fpannl Most Insurances Accepted
135N 1tAe Cifad L36261


VETERANS DA1

PARADE AND

CEREMONY


yaturaay Jer 10
Parade at 10:30

Ceremony at 11:00
(at Dixie Co. Emergency Operations Center)
For more Information, Contact
Mayor Tank Lee @ 498-5700
tanklee@bellsouth.net
Let's show support for
our VETERANS !!


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We Cove you!
Love Chris, mama, T'erre,
Westey and Rodney


White's Pump Service
Pump Repairs All Makes & Models
Submersible Pumps -- Pool Pumps
Water Softeners -- Iron Filters
Serving the Tri-County Area
Over 25 Years Experience
Garland White (352) 542-0065