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Place of Publication: Cross City, Fla
Publication Date: November 6, 2008
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2007 Dixie County Advocate www. dcadvocate.net


It's Finally Over: 68% Turnout


John McCain (REP)
Barack Obama (DEM)


Allen BoVd. D
Mark Mulligan (REP)
1 Alien Property Rights (Y/N)
2 Define Marriage
3 Property Tax Exemptions
4 Real Property Exemtions
6 Water Access Exemptions


Dist. 1 Dist. 2 Dist. 4 .Dist. 5 Dist. 6 Dist. 7
648 109 671 163. 384 -184
22 29 235 29 76 21


556
307


46 340/74 jl 14.
726 155 113/15 720 185
417 401. 463 383
394 422 50/58 451 392
527 290 0/60 537 310
527'290 6114.


Dist. 9
259
248


Dst. 10
238
50


Dst. 11
157
32


3ba 103 33 104. l 9 15 o 13Z
330 87 112 34 95 91 60


i9w 7U,
160/29
111/67
89/88
145/33


166,253 ou/125o
399 58 186.'18
197 207.97/86
203 201 89'90
250 154 132/52


o -934 / 9,i5a o. Izo2
410 57 252.,23. 160 31
208 182132/106 94 82
199 186 99.,'138 82 96
250.139 142/98 99 77


Dst.12
130
25


Absent
1152
363


Early
1093-
588


Total
4517
1686


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50 567 533 1980


5 4179. oZ',oooouo/6si
128/22 1301 215 1318,'327
74/55 754. 626811/691
53/74 744.'628 732/767
90/41 895,/485963/550


NO
YES
YES
YES
YES


8- Community Colleges 925.5 23. 90285 571 4I8 139 277 59/125 165 238 58.'188 48 131 25, 100 375 1048 467'1072 NO
h Dan (REP) 527 90 574 141 298 152 235 196 129 104 984 .939. 3795
Suzan Franks (DEM) 337 39 329 47 1-7 49 230 82 57 39 508 696 2231
P.eonard Bembry (DEM) 333 49 334 65' 188 69 272 104 61 54 656 774 2625
Don Curtis (REP) 544 84 571 126 277 133 207 186 131 90 841 870 3489


Sanno nson (DE ) 667 97 619 127 340 166' 371 220 160 10 1127 1281 5280
Horace F. "Chris" Craft (NPA) ", 99 40 291 62 128 37 128 70 34 46 402 384 1844
Robert Earl Carter (DEM) 165 22. 122 12 79 33:" 61 37 39 16 178 -265 1029
Richard R. Baker (INT) 52 3 95 11 22 2 9 3 4 5 76 112 394
Chad Everett (NPA) 134 31 246 46, 102 ; 22 111 53, 23 a7. 318 .338. 1461
Dewev H. Hatcher Sr. (NPA) 541 82 461 124 268 149 336 196 127 96 937 973 4290
R~ohert A. "RMbie" Lee (PEM) 637 110 609 120-. 399 17 421 :256.- 158 1.; 105 5293
David L. Sanders (NPA) 240 24 282 70 66 12 80 34 32 127 404 03 1734
Lisa B. Fowler (REP) 2 33' 177 .5 89 34 85 .48 48 18 36 1499
Michelle Fowler Cannon (DEM)1 77 544 113 281 134 348 188 105 90' 929 985 4355
Tammy Malone Rollison (NPA) 757 27 196 26.- 97 71 54 2471301
Starlet Cannon (REP) 491 7 546 153. 296 117 263 161 89 94 1104 '154 4547
Kenneth "Tank" Lee (DEM) 7390 '57. i367 '. 167 -:. 231 .128 101 6 416 i 2554
ene Higginbotham (DEM) 436 68 482 73 235 96 300 136 112 100 719 832 3589
Hoyt J. "Buddy" Lamb (NPA) 451 63.., 411 .118 224 109"-0 187 ",150.. 72 4q.. 796-831 3458
James T. Valentine (DEM) 441 52 438 85 204 94 245 107 141 65- 722 808 3402
Ronnie Edmonds (INT) 431 82. 460 -100 264 .11. 242 184 55 87 780 840-, 3636
43 82 0'0.733


Thu 80/50

Mainly sunny. Highs in the low 80s
and lows in the low 50s.


Fri
11/7


79/53


Mix of sun avd clouds. Highs in the
upper.70s and lows in the low 50s.,


Sat
11/8


76/47


Times of sun and clouds. Highs in
the mid 70s and lows in the upper
40s.


Sun 74/46
11/9 '
Sunny. Highs in the mid 70s and
lows in the mid 40s.


Mon 75/51
11/10
Times of sun and clouds. Highs in,
the mid 70s and, lows in the low
50s.





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INDEX
2..........Viewpoints
3...Law Enforcement
4..Announcements
5................Football
6.....................Local
S7.. ................. Local
8. ................. School
9...............Stuffto Do
10.. ................. Local
11............Classifieds
12................Legals
13;...............Legals
14......0bits & faith
15.......Entertainment
16..........In Closing


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by John Kelley
( 5 The Bears traveled
to Lake Butler last
Friday and lost a
heartbreaker to the
Union Tigers 35 to 28.
The Bears scoring first,
on a quarterback sneak
by Keen lead briefly, but-
fell behind in the first
quarter as the Tigers


scored back-tp-back, first
on a two-play punt return
and next on a recovered
Dixie County fumble. The
Bears carried the ball
into the second quarter
during a long offensive
drive ending with Rodney
Scott scoring on a short
two-yard dash into the
end zone. Cassidy tied the


score with the PAT. The
Tigers answered scoring
on their-next possession
and again on another
Dixie County fumble dur-
ing the last seconds be-
fore the half. The Tigers
playing on the momen-
tum, recovered their own
on-side kick, stalling the
Bears to the end of the
second quarter. The half
time score had the Tigers
leading 27 to 14.

The Tigers started the
second half scoring at the
seven-minute mark lead-
ing the Bears 35 to 14.
Dixie County responded
scoring on their next pos-
session with twelve sec-
onds left in the third
quarter. Keen handed off
to Scott, who sprinted in
to score.

See, BEARS, pg. 5


Senator McCain, I Presume?

by Eli Loy
Here at The Advocate, we like to keep a
finger in the pulse of the community Basi-
cally, this means that we actually answer
the phone sometimes. Well, on Monday we
got an anonymous tip-off that none other
than Senator McCain himself was at the
intersection of Highway 19, and County,
Road 349. Hightailing it to Old Town, we
found our Republican candidate and asked
/ him what he was doing way out here. Ac-
cording to "Senator McCain" he was there
to encourage the fine folk of our communi-
ty to get up, go out, and vote, which I'm
sure you've already done by the time that
you are reading this story Furthermore,
the Senator admitted to hoping that his ap-
pearance would entice a few more votes his
way
@- t r '" ."'' Well, having done a little research before
driving out, yours truly expressed the opin-
ion that Senator McCain was, in fact, many
a mile away from where this remarkable
impostor was standing. The truth came
out, he was actually none other than Mr.
.. Bob Wetzel, a gentleman of admitted Re-
publican leanings. When asked what exact-
ly led him to impersonate Senator McCain
on the streets of Old Town, he stated that
he felt John McCain's years of experience
made him more qualified to run our gov-
"T 3.',- ,.00, 00 ernment than Barack Obama. Oddly
FLOJR J DA H I STTORV enough, Mr. Wetzel is still one of those men
7()007 who feel that experience actually helps one
.E FL l3 7. 1 to do a better job.
,|ll|l,,ll,,IIll,,,L|,,LI Well, Mr. Wetzel, there are those who are
right there with you, and I'm certain they
appreciate your contribution to the McCain
campaign.


Dixie Chick Heading

to China


-E. Loy

People to People is a program started by President Eisen-
hower. The program has given many American youths an
opportunity to travel to a foreign country and learn from
their cultures. This year only about twenty people were se-
lected in our area. Among those selected was Jocelyn
Hines, a young lady from, Old Town, and she is the only one
to be selected from Dixie County this year.

Jocelyn is excitedly looking forward to her trip to the
largest nation on Earth. Having interests in pursuing a ca-
reer in the zoological sciences, she is most enthusiastically
anticipating a stop at the Beijing Zoo. At the zoo's giant
panda house, she will get the chance to observe some of the
bamboo-chewing giants in close proximity During her tour
of the Middle Kingdom, she will embark on a tour of the
Great Wall of China, as well as see some of China's most
modern cities. Also on her itinerary is a trip to Hong Kong,
and a step back into time at the Aberdeen fishing village,
where traditional Chinese junks of ancient design still nav-
igate the waters.
Preparing to study a culture of the magnitude of China is
no little undertaking. Not only the fun surrounding the ac-
quisition of a passport awaits young Ms. Hines. She must
also become sufficiently proficient in speaking the native
language. With determination, no obstacle is too great.
When she embarks on her voyage, she must also behave in
a manner befitting to a diplomat of the United States, and
etiquette is a matter that shall also be on her mind.

While she certainly has some concerns, Jocelyn's mother
is handling the concept of her daughter's journey very well.
Sending one's child to the farthest reaches of the Earth,
might shake a lesser person's very foundations; but this is
one mom who wouldn't dream of preventing her daughter
from taking advantage of such a wonderful opportunity
She is indeed doing her best to assist Jocelyn in raising the
$6,000 that it will cost to send her on her way

The economy being what it is, raising that kind of money is
no small endeavor. Donations are welcome. Any checks
should be made payable to Jocelyn Hines, and an account
has been established for the purpose of the trip. Her ad-
dress is 317 NE 680 St. in Old Town, Florida.

Jocelyn has promised to give us all an update when she re-
turns.


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2008 Dixie County Advocate


This is global warming'
With the elections (hopefully) behind us for an-
other season and deadlines making it more than a lit-
tle difficult to comment on their outcome on such a
tight schedule, I thought I'd leave that till the next edi-
tion and address a matter which seems to have be-
come a great deal more political than it used to be.
Global warming, or as its proponents prefer,
-"climate change," got kicked around right along with
national security, the economy and Sarah Palin's
wardrobe during the campaign, but nobody lhad the
testicular fortitude to assert that it was a hoax, or
even that it was not essentially man-made.
Frankly, I have long been skeptical about glob-
al warming. If it's happening at all, I believe it is a
cyclical, meteorological phenomenon which has re-
sulted in droughts, ice ages and floods for millennia,
at times causing conditions far more severe than any-
thing that's happened since the human species became
sufficiently industrialized to even be suspected of af-
fecting the weather. Now, however, the "experts" are
pushing the panic button at the prospect of tempera-
tures rising by two degrees centigrade by 2050.
Thirty-five years ago, an earlier generation of
"experts" were predicting that global cooling would re-
sult in colder conditions. I think they might have been
onto something. On the morning of Wednesday, Octo-
ber 29, 2008, the temperature in Cross .City bottomed
out at 32 degrees 'Fahrenheit, which is the freezing
point of water in case you were wondering about the
thin layer of ice on your bird bath.

I first heard of Cross City about 45 years ago,
when I was living in St. Petersburg and I'd watch Roy ,
Leep's weather show on channel 13. During the winter
months, it always seemed like Cross City had the
state's coldest temperatures. Then I'd hear the old
timers talk about how they grew oranges in Duval
County back when the state had a warmer climate.
This would seem to indicate that the planet's
average temperature does not remain exactly the same
from year to year, decade to decade, century to centu-
ry etc., but that should be.no cause for alarm. Given
the advances in modern technology, a two degree
warming over a 40 year period should be something
our civilization can deal with, assuming it even hap-
pens.
The reason I don't think it will be considered
important either way at' the time is that if it's two de-
grees warmer in 2050, a "We told you so!" from the en-
vironmental lobby is going to sound rather anemic. As
a matter of fact, it will probably start sounding that
way long before mid-century, and they'll either be
back to global cooling or they will have found some
other reason why the sky is falling.

If you watched the World Series, you probably
noticed that in the final game, people were shivering.
Not just the ones in the stands, ,either. The guys on the
field were getting chilly in the 40 degree weather. Wait
a minute, this is World Series baseball in October at
Philadelphia, not NFL football in January.
Our neighbors across the pond got an early
taste of winter, too. London got its earliest snow since
1922, and it came at a most inconvenient time. It seems
the House of Commons was debating a bill, the pur-
pose of which was to lower carbon dioxide emissions
by 80 percent by 2050 in order to prevent the anticipat-
ed two degree rise in temperature.
As I've always said, the nice thing about fore-
casting the weather is that nobody expects you to be
right more than 50 percent of the time, and you can
get by with 35 percent if you use a lot of high-tech lin-
go.


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Teach your children well


by Kathy McKinney.
As usual, I'm writing this on Sunday so I don't know who
has won the Presidential election yet. Aren't you glad it's all
over? Me, too. I had planned to write a soothing, Peggy
Noonan-style "even if a Socialist wins the presidency, it will
all be OK...we survived Jimmy Carter (or as I like to think of
him, the AntiChrist)" type editorial, but I've changed my
mind.
What? You liked Jimmy Carter? Oh, sure, he does the Habi-
tat for Humanity thing, trying to redeem his soul, but sor-
ry..that's riot enough. Every single problem we have today
can be traced right back to him. The Irani- _____
ans? Yep, his fault. His wishy-washiness If a natl
convinced them that they could hijack air- If a natic
liners rememberr those days?) with inpuni-
ty and that America would cry, and wring to be igi
our hands, and do absolutely nothing. Mort-
gage meltdown? Yep, Jimmy Carter's "Corn- frei in
munity Re-investment Act" planted the fes-
tering seed that forced banks to lend to any-
body and everybody Fuel crisis? North C
Korea? Yep, his fault, too.
Anyway, you get my point. Google it if you
don't believe me. A President Obama, I am
afraid, will make Jimmy Carter look like nev0
the soul of strength and conservatism. I
was making this argument to my daughter ne6
Casey, and I said, "remember the fuel lines
..of the 70s?" And she, of course, said "no."
She had no idea that there were American
hostages taken by Iran that were (surprise!)
released as soon as a Republican took over the Oval Office.
She didn't know anything about "stagflation" or the "misery
index." Why am I surprised? She's not stupid or unin-
formed by any measure. She finished her college degree at
20. And yet, like most college-educated kids her age, she's
embarrassingly ignorant about the history of her own coun-
try
Back in January, a group did a phone survey of 1200 high
school students: not 8th graders, mind you, but 17 year olds.
Seniors. One quarter thought that Columbus discovered
America some time after 1750. Half couldn't pin a date on
the Civil War. 25% couldn't identify HITLER as the ruler of
Germany during WWII. Not surprisingly, 97% could identi-
fy Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I have a dream" quote. Schools
are teaching diversity and social issues at the expense of
history This is beyond embarrassing. 'Kids should know
about all of the people that built this country; not just those
who happen to fit whatever genetic profile is currently pop-'
ular with the political correctness police. Y6ong adults do
not understand how our past formed the way the govern-
ment works or how our laws are made. This level of igno-
rance about the fundamentals of citizenship is dangerous.
So why are we surprised that Veteran's Day parades are ill-
attended? We're not teaching our kids about the sacrifices
made by their grandparents so that they could whine and
declare that they're abused if they don't get new IPODS
every six months. We shouldn't be surprised that college


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students and the "youth vote" are the largest supporters of
Obama, a man who bemoaned the fact that the radical War-
ren Court didn't go far enough to "break free from the essen-
tial constraints that were placed by the Founding Fathers in
the Constitution." Those college kids haven't read the Con-
stitution or studied the dangerously radical Warren Court.
They haven't read the Federalist Papers. They have no idea
that the Founding Fathers put those Constitutional Protec-
tions there for a reason; to protect the people from the govern-
ment. Breaking free from those bounds are the last thing we
want the government to do. Today's kids have grown up in
an environment that encourages them to think of govern-
ment as a giant shopping mall, there to provide for their
every desire. (All for "free," of course.)
n expects What can we do to raise historically. liter-
ate kids who will not be susceptible to
orant and every Joe Slick Politician who comes
down the pike? 'Since I homeschool, I've
a state of been looking for a really great American
History textbook for my kids. I haven't
had much luck, I hate to say The ones
vilization, used in schools are so full of "diversity"
that they're forgotten history entirely
ects What They spend fifteen pages on ethnic and fe-
male scientists and totally ignore
r as and Alexander Graham Bell, Thomas Edison
r was and. and Nikola Tesla. America is typically
portrayed as a conquering empire out to
er will be, obliterate native peoples and to "oppress"
everybody That's not the America I want
Thomas Jefferson my kids to study I want them to study the
words of Ben Franklin, and Thomas Jef-
ferson, and George Washington. I want
them to think of our country as the Baron de F'Auline did
when he said, "They (the Americans) are the hope, of this
world. They may become its model," way back in 1778. I
want them to recognize all of those "dead white males" who-
made this country great.
Cindy Bellot at the library kindly ordered,William Benrett's
America: The Last Great Hope history series for me. (I will
get them back to the library, Cindy, I promise. I know I'm
late!) They're awesome! But, they're designed for older stu-
dents. I don't understand why these books are not the stan-
dard textbooks in every school. They're in a narrative for-
mat, and are very readable. There are no comics, bar graphs
or any of that other silliness they've started to put in text-
books to "keep kids attention." (Translation: textbook writ-
ing is BORING.) I learned stuff I certainly didn't know. For'
my little kids, though, I'llhave to wait until he comes out ,
with an elementary school edition.
Do your kids a favor; take them to the Veteran's Day Parade.
Show them the remaining few from that Great Generation,
and about the sacrifices made in their names. Teach them
the obligations of citizenship well. That old "those who
don't remember history are doomed to repeat it" saw is
more, than words. It's a warning to parents everywhere.
You have the opportunity now to shape the America that
your kids will inherit, the candidates that they will vote into
power over them, and into power over your grandchildren.
Don't blow it.


THANK YOU!




To the Citizens of Dixie County,

I want to offer my most sincere thanks

for your support during my campaign for

Dixie County Property Appraiser. I am

truly thankful for the trust you've placed

in me. This campaign could not have been

a success without the many supporters,

volunteers, poll workers, and my family,

and for their friendship and support I

will be forever grateful. My door will

always be open, and I will always be

accessible, and accountable. Once again,

thank you!


Gol Bless,










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JAIL LOG


10-27-08
Carlisle, Charles Dexer, 55, L. Brannin, Resisting
officer w/o viol

10-28-08
Wright, Steven Edgar, 32, L. Downing, Fleaving
scene of

10-29-08
Ericson Jason Andrew, 21,Sgt. Sutton, VOP-
Grand Theft

10-30-08
Lewis, Dashawn Q, 26, Hold for USMS
Burkett, Joseph B, 45, Sullivan, VOP- DWLSR

10-31-08
McDonald, Terrence Martin, 45, Tumlin, DWLSR,
Agg Battery
Tomkins, Franklin E, 39, W May, FTA- Open Con-
tainer


11-01-08
Snellgrove Curtis Ray, 34, Futch Fleeing and
eluding LE Reckless driving, DWLSR VOP- Manuf
Meth, VOP- DWLSR, Hold for Alachua Co. VOP-
Larc, Hold for Baker Co. VOP- Drug Poss
Hines Curtis wayne, 49. R. Downing, DWLSR 3rd
off, Felony VOP- DWLSR1
Dinsmore, Tasha Mae, 26, R. Downing, Crim use of
ID
Dawson, Roderick Lamont, 26, Wimberley, VOP
Smith, Melanie S, 34, Sullivan, Warrant Arrest
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Colton Davis brought down this 8 point buck with his
bow and arrow on September 27, 2008.


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Dilger Davis to Wed


Mr. and Mrs. John S. Dilger Sr.
request the honour of your presence
at the marriage of
their daughter
CrystaCl Marie Dilger
to
Joseph "Blue" Davis Jr.
Son of Mr. and c'Mrs. 3. Lewis Davis Sr.
Saturday, the eighth offovember
Tfwo thousand eightt
at two o'cCock in the a ernoon
'tt the residence of
John andEdith Dilger
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OCl'T'own, Tlorida


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We would like to invite the
family and friends of James
Driggers to celebrate his 70th
birthday on Sunday November
9th.at 2 PM. at the 1st District
Community Center in Old Town.
No invitations are being sent,
1t a 1 friends aitd family
are welcome.


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In Lcving Memory of
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We would like to thank the people of Dixie & Levy County for all the love & support
given after the passing of our Dad, Alan E. Potter. Your kindness & prayers have
brought many blessings.
Much Love & Thanks',
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Missing You
We thought of you with love today,
40,But that is nothing new.
We thought about You yesterday,
An" the Zays beforee that too.
We think about you in silence,
SWefen spea your name.
fow allwe have is memories,
tndyouryicture in aframe.
Your memory is our keepsake,
with which we'll never yart.
god has you in his keying,
We have you in our hearts.
We love andmiss you,
Your family at Steinhatchee Ace

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late 'Mr. gary Shapi ey request
the honour o your presence at
the marriage of their Ldaughter
'Brittany Lynn Vonlangen
to
.T'imothy DavidP Rbertson
Son of Mr. & Mrs. Richard
'RawCings, Saturday, the eighth
of november, ~'wo Trhousancd
andEight at two o'clock in the
afternoon at the
Steinhatchee qUnitedfvethocist
Church in Steinhatchee, Tlorida.
.Reception tofollow at the Stein-
hatchee Community Center.

In Memory


In Loving Memory of our Beloved
DON HOWELL
Jan 13,1929-Nov 10,2007
You have only been gone a year and
At least a million times we have cried.
If love could have saved you.
You would have lived forever.
With Love
You were my life, my strength and my
happiness, your loving wife of 38 years
Elaine and your family.


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Football & Fun


Costume Parade at AES

Elvis, Hannah Montana, Spiderman & other celebs thrill the crowd


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From BEARS, pg. 1
Cassidy makes the PAT,
and the Bears close the
gap chasing the Tigers 35
to 21. The Bears come
alive during the fourth as
they attempted to make
up points, Keen using
West for the power first
down pushes, Godbolt for
the aerial attack and
Scott to dance in for the
points. Freshman Cassidy
cements his place next
year centering every PAT
attempted. The Bears,
with eight minutes to de-
cide the game, narrow the
point spread 35 to 28.
They kick off to the
Tigers. Then Wilkerson
and Lamar stymied the
Tiger offensive line, and
on the third play Markell
Harris intercepts a Tiger
pass. Then the Bears start
a tough march down field
towards the end zone.
Keen uses all of his offen-
sive arsenal, first Scott


for four yards, Godbolt
another couple, West
pounds out a yard or two
just short of the first
down. Scott on the fourth
down keeps the Bears
alive making the first
down. West again pound-
ing for a few more yards,
Scott making the first
down on the fourth down.
Fourteen long plays and
the Bears are down to the
one-yard line with less
than 32 seconds to play.
Keen takes the snap and
is stopped cold by the
Tigers. That's it, game,
over and the Bears take
another heartbreaking
loss home.
The final result of the
game in points is not an
impressive win for the
Tigers, but what is impor-
tant, is the Bears coming
into this game plagued
with injuries, played
some of the best they
have ever played in the


last minutes of the game,
playing with passion and
as coach Wilkerson told
the team "You played as
good a second half as you
have played all year, it
doesn't feel good to lose
but you played with heart
and pride." Game stats
told us this; Scott 29 for
184 yards and three TD's,
Godbolt 2 for 50 receiving,
4 for 12 rushing, Keen had
6 for 64 yards and one TD,
West 11 carries for 38
yards Cassidy shot four
for four and Keen had 9
attempts with five com-
pleted for 86 yards. This
week will be the toughest
opponent Dixie will play
this year as the Bears
take on the Madison Cow-
boys in a shootout on
Boothill. Bear fans make
the trip to Madison Fri-
day night and show the
Bears our pride... GO
BEARS!


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OLD TOWN
ELEMENTARY
A HONOR ROLL
1ST NINE WEEKS

5th Grade
Ammon, Aaron
Corbin, Ally
Flowers, Lily
Lauderdale, Elisabeth
Lavalley, Kaylinn
Maxwell, Adrianka
4th Grade
Ardilla, Jonathan
Barden, Brianna
Cooper, Lora Beth
Dyals, Jolie
Jackson, Kimberly
Sellers, Emily

3rd Grade
Anderson, Rhett
Brown, Branden
Connell, Jacob,
Espinosa, Joshua
Graves, Brett
Greenwood, Blain
Mega, Derek
Rouse, Nora
Sickler, Richard
Ward, Mackayla
S 2nd Grade
Eastman. Shelby
Gabaldon, Danielle
Joiner, BreAnna
Sears, Megan
Sellers. Danielle
Stinnete, Jane
1st Grade
Ahm, Chance
Barahopia, Krystal
Bell, Troy
Bennett;Emre
Bergstrom, Johnathan
Bolden, Talayzia
Brunson, Mercedies
Cherry, Crystal
Dees. Kaelynn
Floyd, Wallace
Geer, Ethan
Gpodspeed, Shaylyn
Hall, Cheyanne
Henning, Jordan
Henson, Victoria
'Hines, Juliann
Jeffries, Shelbi
Kassar, Dominik
Kelchner, Megan
Landrum, Haley
Langford, Cassidy
McDonald, Jessie.
Mertz, Zane
Mummert, Troy
Ortega, Elisa
Phillips, Austin
Pope, Ashley
Richards, Sheralynn
Roberts, Austin
Sapp, Trinity
Stephens, Sierra
Strickland, Brittany
Thompson, Shianne
Tibbetts, Kaylobe
Tomlinson, Joel

A/B HONOR ROLL
5th Grade
Anderson, Jillian
Currie, Kevin
Deloach, Chelsea
Hall, Dylan
Hayes, Layne
Joslin, Shawna
Moody, Willie
Mummert, Brittany
Norton, Deven
O'Brien, Nesema
Piatt, Destinee .
Roberts, Steven .


Rogers, Savanna
Siegel, Cheyenne
Southall, Logan
Westrich, Michael
Wimberley, Megan
White, Jessica
4th Grade
Chavous, Alyssa
Cramer, Kaleb
Daniels, Samantha
Discher, Brooke
Driggers, Emma
Fields, Jacob
Keen, Shelby
Marchant, Christa
McCullers, David
Reichle, Bailee
Rogers, John
Smith, Kayla
White, Jaelynn
Zeler, Kasey
3rd Grade


Ball, Serenity
Bennett, Daniel
Bennett, Dustin
Bergstrom, Dakota
Carnes, Christain
Farmer, Madison
Folsom, Sabrina'
Goble, Brandon
Hicks, Jacob
Jackson, Rebecca
Jenkins, Jonathan
Johnson, Joseph
Lashley, Skyler
Middleton, Dusti
Morris, Madison
Odom,.Jasmine
Smith, Molly
Stephenson, Justin
Ward, Logan
Withrow, Codie
2nd Grade
Altemier, Raymond
Back, Tyler
Barrow, Nora
Carlisle, Devon
Challis, Moranda
Chavous, Raina
Corbin, Kane
Davis, Dakota
Espinosa, Misael
SGarcia, Marisol
Gorenflo, Tadd
Harrelson, Haley
Hernandez, Matthew
Hillard, Kaylin
Hurne, Destiny
Keebler, Jordan
Land, Chloe
Langford, Kylee
Lore Ryan
Mega, Matthew-
2nd-(cont.)
Norris, James
Siegel, Kalin
Storey, Jay
Sumney, Carli
Walsh, Raquel
1st Grade
Barnette, Dylan
Cherry, Erin
Colbert, Dalton
Corbin, Joshlyn
Deavitt, Dalton
Edenfield, Trayley
Grady, Kallee
Hall, Zach
Hayes, Chase
Hedrick, Jeffrey
King, Benjamin
Lamb, Kyle
Lee, Aaron
Miller, James
Mille&, Kristina
Pope, Daniel
Rosenberg, Andrew
Simmons, John
Sparrow, Caroline
'Tedder, Nadiya
Thomas, Cheyenne
Weaver; Triston
... Willoughby, Michael
Yawn, Sara


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NOVEMBER 1 1TH

PARADE AT 10:30 AM
CEREMONY AT 1 1:00 AM


ALL VETERANS AND VETERANS-
ORGANIZATIONS ARE INVITED TO
PARTICIPATE


FOR MORE INFORMATION
CONTACT KENNETH "TANK" LEE
AT 498-5700


OLD TOWN RED HAT
CHICKS, ,


The Old Town Red Hat Chicks were
on the move again Oct 28,2008. We
all traveled to Perry, Fla to Mam-
ma's Italian Restaurant. Mamma's
decorated our tables for us in red
and purple arid our Hosts Barbara
and Marla Carroll finished it off
with a pumpkin with yellow day
lilies inside of it and a beautiful
cake in purple jcing with red cher-
ries on top made by Marla Carroll.
The food was very good and the
friendship was enjoyed by all.
Dorine Walker won our drawing of
a beautiful red hat tapestry bag.
The weather was cool so we enjoyed
dressing up in our more winter type
red hat attire.

In November we will be going to
Fiddlers in Steinhatchee, watch for
our article in November.


We on this continent
should never forget that
men first crossed the
Atlantic not to find soil for
their ploughs but to secure
liberty for their souls.
"Robert J. McCracken


THANK YOU

FOR YOUR

SUPPORT


THANK YOU TO ALL THE CITIZENS OF DIXIE COUNTY
WHO SUPPORTED ME DURING MY CAMPAIGN FOR TAX
COLLECTOR.

IT HAS BEEN AN HONOR TO MEET SO MANY WONDER-
FUL PEOPLE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR' HOSPITALITY AND
WORDS OF ENCOURAGEMENT.

PLEASE KEEP OUR NEWLY ELECTED OFFICIALS IN YOUR
PRAYERS.
LISA B. FOWLER
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The Seniors Need Your Help!

As many of you know last year, we the residents and
staff of Cross City Rehab started having Fund Rais-
ers to earn money to build a Gazebo. Through all of
our hard work we earned almost $5000.00. The fund
raisers were a huge success as all of you the Dixie
County Politicians and Public pulled together to help
us. We appreciate everything that you have done and
we are now pleading again for help. from-all the won-
derful citizens of Dixie County Even though we
earned some money for this project we did not earn
quite enough to build a complete Gazebo from ground
up. .

So we are asking if any of our lopal Handymen, Car-
penters, Electricians, Builders, Masons, and Robfers
could find it in their hearts and on their schedules to
help us complete this project. Our residents would be ,
absolutely thrilled to find that on Christmas their
new outdoor Gazebo is completeand ready to plant
flowers around when Spring arrives. If you can do-
nate time or supplies to our project please call and
speak to Jennie Sue Cunningham, Activity and Pro-
ject Coordinator. Please help us put a smile on our
families faces here at Cross City Rehab. Thank you
in advance and God Bless- You All.

Mrs. Jennie Sue Cunningham,
Cross city Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center. Inc.'
Activity Director and Project Coordinator


World War II Veteran and Proud of it

The World War II Club will meet on Thursday Novem-
ber 13th at 11:30 am at Smokey's Bar-B-Que in Cross
City. All World War II veterans are welcome to join us
for a Dutch treat luncheon and camaraderie.

Our guest speaker last month, Joyce Tarnow, had
some eye opening statistics for us concerning immi-
gration. We met at Billy Jack's in Williston with some
34 members and friends present.

We have lost two very dear members. Dorothy Muff
passed away Saturday, October 19th. A memorial ser-
vice will be held for her Saturday, November 22nd, at
Holy Family Catholic. Church in'Williston. Sue Si-
mons died November 1st. Her burial was on Tuesday,
November 4th at Union Baptist Church Cemetery in
Trenton. Our deepest sympathies to their families.

Any and all WWII Veterans are invited to ride in the
Veterans Day Parade on Tuesday, November 11th.
Tank Lee will provide us with a float to ride in. It
will be easy access with chairs to sit on. Wheelchairs
are welcome. To make sure we provide plenty of seat-
ing space give us a call at 352-542-7697 or 493-9368.


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Additions, Remodeling, Etc.

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A SINCf T ANO

It has been an honor to serve the

Citizens of Dixie County as Sheriff

for the past four years.: I will work

hard every day to maintain the level

of confidence you have placed in

me during this election. Thank you

for the privilege of allowing me to

continue working for Dixie County.

Sheriff Dewey H H. Hatcher


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UNIT 383 News

American Legion Auxiliary Unit 383, Old Town, initiation
of new members will be at the regular meeting on Novem-
ber 12th. We thank those who contributed to the canned-
goods drive. Area food banks have sent out a distress call
for the winter season of 2008-09. Non-perishable food items
are needed for the United Christian Services and other
charitable organizations, which will distribute them at
Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Thanks are also due to the folks who donated to, and helped
with, our annual Halloween party for childreti this year. A
good time was had by young and old!
A ham dinner will be served by the Auxiliary on Thursday,
November 6th, from 5-7PM. Sides will include scalloped
potatoes, sweet potatoes, green beans, dessert and more.
Make sure you get yours!
November 11th is Veteran's Day, and there will be many op-
portunities to pick up a poppy please wear one in remem-
brance, they have no dollar value, yet are priceless in their
message.
Our Unit is looking for ways to provide softball equipment
for American soldiers in Iraq, and any input or support
would be welcome..


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ROGER,"I HAVE + ALW, S BEEN PROUD OF YO.U'. I COULD NEVER 'EXPRESS
HOW MUCH YOU ENCOURAGE YOUR FAMILY ANiD MYSELF. THANKS FOR
SERVING OUR COUNTRY. I. LOVE AND SUPPORT YOU ALWAYS.


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Dixie Walks


...and walks, and walks, and walks....


Are you slacking on your walking? Little Miss Emma
Sickler, an honorary member of the Dixie Chamber
Heartbeats isn't! You'd better step up the pace.

Closing ceremonies for the Dixie Walks Challenge is
coming up on Thursday, November 13th at Ruth Rains
Middle School at 5:30 PM. Be sure to submit your
team information to Jan Parks at Family Medical
Practice.


Cross City. Dental, PA
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A Walk In
The Garden
Nov. 2008

One Morning this week I
heard a strange loud noise
as I walked outside with my
cup of coffee. I do believe it
was the woods shouting"
Hallelujah! Elections are
over."
. Mother Nature demon-
strated how unpredictable
she can be by sending us a
couple of frost filled nights
fn October; a sign for some
plants and trees to take a
rest. November is the
month our native deciduous
trees ( fruit trees included)
are now starting to sap
down and lose their leaves.
The secret is out, this is the
best time to plant and trans-
plant trees.
A few tips for transplant-
ing:
1. It is best to do the
work in the morning, not
the hottest part of the day,
this eliminates some stress
for the plant.
2. Do not allow the
roots to be exposed to direct
sunlight or the air for any
extended period of time;
WORK QUICKLY.
3. Dig up as much of
the root system as possible
so as to avoid disease and
shock.
4. Plant the tree at the
same level that it was grow-
ing at.


S5. Water and
p it moist over
e next few weeks.
-" *' | 6. DoSNOTfer-
t i ize until spring
(Feb. or March).
Here are a few Do's for
this month.
1. Have a plan for the
cold sensitive plants in a
protected environment that
has good air circulation and
sunlight.
Frost blankets are
reusable season after season
and are a good investment.
2. Trim back any dead
branches that the latest
frost may have left behind.
3. Try to keep the
leaves and fallen branches
to a minimum from on top
of your perennials and
flower beds to avoid
inviting guest pests
that will haunt you next
spring.
4. November can be
historically a dry month, so
do give your SPECIAL
plants a drink to quench thi-
er thirst as needed.
5. Do make time for a
walk in your garden as you
remember this is the month
of THANKS FOR GIVING.
It is a special
time to admire the
amazing wonders of nature
provided by the Creator.
ENJOY.
Article provided by Art
Wyckoff A & K Nursery
Highway 19 Cross City, Fl


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School Stuff


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The DCHS Band would like to send a very spe-
cial thank you to the Holy Cross Catholic
Church for service above and beyond for feed-
ing and entertaining the band on Saturday.be-
fore their competition. Thank you!


STUDENT OF THE WEEK


-,rMathewMega is 7 years old. He likes.doing forms
because they are fun and it-teaches him to concen-
trate. Concentration and staying focused on a task
until it is completed is an important skill. He is learning
to not give up when things start to get hard, like
school work does sometimes.


Dixie County
Band Makes it
to State

Semi-Finals


On Saturday November
1, the Dixie County
Marching Band hit the
road again to attend the
sixth Annual Mustangs
Music in Motion Field
Show.

Competing in what can
only be classified as their
toughest competition yet,'
the "Redcoat Regiment"
made a great showing
with their "The Rise and
Fall of Rome" show.

After the columns fell,
your DCHS Marching
Band received a score of
67.10, and for the second
year in a row, a seat at the
FMBC State Semi-Finals.

The Drum Line scored
79.5 and received a Supe-


KIDBIZ


Helping Endangered Ani-
mals is the theme for Kid-
biz, incentives at Ander-
son Elementary School
this year. The students
voted on f0ur endangered
animals they would like
to sponsor and choose the
dolphin for the first nine
weeks. Students in Third,
Fourth and Fifth grade
(and a few in second
grade) are taking tests on
non-fiction passages they
read on the computer. If
they pass, 18 tests wit ,
,80% accuracy during .
each 9 weeks marking pe-
riod they are eligible for a
prize. Mrs. Durham's 5th
grade Block 1 and Block 2


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FOR




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NOV. 12 DEC. 12
(call for times and days)
Fees due 3 p.m. Dec. 12.


CLASSES BEGIN

JANUARY 7

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LAKE CITY
COMMUNITY COLLEGE


Lake City Community College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges
of the Southern Association of Colleges'and Schools to award associate degrees.
Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097
or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Lake City Community College.


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rior Rating, and was 2nd
in the Class. The Col-
orguard scored 64, and
was also second in Class.

The next time, the band
will be competing is No-
vember 22nd at the FMBC
State Smi-Finals at Lake-
wood Ranch High School
in Bradenton, Florida.

The Band would like to.
thank everyone who has


classes both had 1000o of
students earning prizes.
Congratulations to all 103
students who were
awarded a dolphin prize!
The panda is the next en-
dangered animal to be
sponsored during the 9
weeks ending on January
15. 2009. In addition to
working on Kidbiz at
school, students can also
take Kidbiz tests at home
or at the public library
by logging on to
achieve3000.com and en-
tering their password.
Kidbiz is a wonderful
way to introduce stu-
dents to reading non-fic-
tion articles to prepare
them for FCAT. All stu-
dents in grades 3-5 are
challenged to win a pan-
da prize in January!


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This Holiday Season join others in the community

who are .giving a loved one a beautiful Smile!
Listen to what your friends are saying...
"Giving Mary a beautiful smile was the best investment we could have made
in her future success" Jennifer Smith
"Dr. Bill's friendly staff worked with us to come up with a payment plan to
make Bobby's braces affordable" John Walker
"This is a gift we can give our grandson what will never wear out"
-Miriam Watson
"Jane is so much more self confident now that she has straight, beautiful
teeth!" -Kelly Andrews
We have expanded our hours so everyone can get their braces on before Christmas!

Dr. Bill Martin 410 N: Main Street, Suite 8 Chiefland, FI
For Smiling Faces 352-490-0900
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supported them in their
endeavors, including The
Dixie County Board of
Education, Buddy '
Schofield, Will and Jamie
Garrett, Shamrock Vet-
erinary Clinic, The DC
Band Boosters and every-
one else who helped us
get here.

The Band needs about 15
rooms, at a cost of ap-
proximatley $80 ppe


room, and really needs
Athe community's help. If
you would like to donate
a room, or have any ques-
tions on how you can
help, contact WIlliam
Garrett at 498-6452.

The band will be having a
fundraiser at the Cross
City Park on Nov. 14th, be
sure to buy your tickets.
There will be a yard sale
and car wash on the 15th.


Mrs. Durham's First Block
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Old Town Elementary October

Pre-K Students of 'the Month


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Mrs. Edie-Macy Roberts, Dustin Brown
Ms. Shannon-Aidan Messina, Kylee Davis
Mrs. Irene-Knicklas Pezolano, Devin Winthrow
Ms. Donna-Jessica Jones, Ashlee Strickland


OLD TOWN ELEMENTARY

November Calendar
5th Early Release Day
7th Picture Retake Day
17th Pk Family Night 6:00
18th PTO/SAC 7:00
21st Progress Report
S24th 28th NO SCHOOL THIS WEEK





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Stuff to


Do


Post 91 Gives Thanks
American Legion Post 91. Will be having there
Thanksgiving Dinner Nov 20th at 5:30PM.For all
members family and Guest .We ask that you bring a
covered dish or desert. A donation of 1 or more can-
goods to be given to the Trenton Food Bank. See you
there. Happy Thanksgiving. Our Post is a dry Post. If
you need a ride please call Wayne at 352-463-6656. psa


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"The Play's the Thing"

Come and support the young
actresses and actors of our
community They have
worked diligently to create a
character's personality to
perform for your entertain-
ment.


.J They will perform a comedy
play write on November 8, at
7:00 pm, at the old, Old Town Elementary School.
Directly after the performance kids that wish to join the
Dramatized Drama Club will be given the opportunity.
The Raise'm Right Campaign would like to encourage you
to join us and show your support to our communities chil-
dren. An empty house would send the negative message to
our youngsters that...well what kind of a message do you
think it will send? They are striving toward a bright and
promising future by participating in clubs with abstract ex-
periences.
I, Jody Valentine and my wife Tonda would like to THANK
all of the members within our community that help to raise
our communities children right. For more information
about the Raise'm Right Campaign and the six kid's clubs
we support, visit our official website at
www.raisemright.com.
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Medical Center Hosts Medicare Part D
Presentation
SHINE, a volunteer program with the FL Dept of Elder Af-
fairs, is here to help you understand, the new Medicare Part
D plans for 2009. Come
by Trenton Medical Center Admin Office on Thursday, Nov
13th from 6pm-7pm for a short presentation on the changes
to Part D for 2009 and where you can fill out a worksheet
for our SHINE volunteers to assist you in finding a Part D
Drug Plan that will work best with your drugs at the least
cost available. Bring your Medicare card and your drug
bottles or a list from your pharmacy or your Plan Summa-
ry you receive monthly. This individual counseling is done
on a free, unbiased, and confidential basis.


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
Well Child & Newborn Care
School & Sports Physicals
Treatment for Asthma
WIC Coupons
Laboratory & XRay


* Employment Physicals
* Family Planning /OB Care
* School Health Services
* Preventative Health Care
* Dental Services
SHIV Anonymous & Confidential Testing


Child and Adult Immunizations
Attention Deficit Disorder Evaluation & Treatment
Kiddy Corner Play Area for Children
FREE PREGNANCY TE6TS
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
MOST MAJOR INSURANCES ACCEPTED


If you are unable to come
to a site, call
1-800-262-2243 for a SHINE
volunteer to assist you
over the phone.


Dixie Youth


Soccer sign-ups


LAS Sr D AY


Thursday, November 6, 2008


6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m


All sign-ups at Little League Fields/$35.00 per player
Games on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and some Saturdayp
Practices will begiin in early January (no earlier)
Season: January 20th February 28th
Ages 4-18 (Team age groups determined by sign-up numbers). Players must
turn 4 years old by June 1, 2009.
Please join the fun and play the world's most popular sport!!!
Questions please contact Mike Cassidy (352) 498-1000 or


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YOU


I would like to thank the citizens of Dixie County

for your show of support in last week's General

Election. I thank you for your encouragement and

hospitality during my campaign by allowing me to

visit in your home.



I especially thank my family, my staff and all the

tireless workers who helped me win both the

primary on August 26th and the general election on

November 4th.


THANK YOU,

Dana Cannon Johnson


Political Advertisement Paid For and Approved by Dana Cannon Johnson, Democrat for Clerk of Court


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BOYD STAFF HOLDS OFFICE HOURS IN CROSS CITY
CROSS CITY-A member of Congressman Allen Boyd's (D-
North Florida) staff will be visiting Cross City on the sec-
ond Thursday of every month so the people of Dixie'Coun-
ty have the opportunity to discuss issues of concern.
Congressman Boyd's staff is trained to assist constituents
with a variety of issues relating to various federal agen-
cies. It is important to Congressman Boyd that his staff is
available for those who are not able to travel to either his
Panama City or Tallahassee office.
Office Hours with Congressman Boyd's Staff
Thursday, November 13, 2008
10:00am 12:00pm
County Commission Board Room
In the Courthouse


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Local


Since before written his-
tory, man has gained sus-
tenance from farms.
Since their earliest begin-
nings, farmers have al-
ways found ways to make
the most of their time
and land. Advancements
in technology have al-
lowed farms to produce '
more per acre now than
they ever have.

We have come a long way
since a farmer discovered
that a stick made planti-
ng seeds easier. Today's
genetically enhanced
seeds, fertilizers, pesti-
cides, and massive, mech-
anized equipment has
taken some of the toil off
of the modern farmer's
back. .

Speaking of mechanized
farm equipment, a few
years back Plustech Oy, a
subsidiary of John Deere
created a "green" walk-
ing skidder. The six-
legged leviathan resem-
bles a giant grasshopper.
By adjusting its gait, that
being height and length
of its steps, it can step
over obstacles that its
wheeled or tracked
cousins would grind into


Governor Crist

Issues

Proclamation for

Manatee

Awareness

Month

In recognition of Florida's
official marine mammal,
Governor Crist recently
signed a proclamation to
"extend greetings and best
wishes to all observing No-
vember 2008 as Manatee
Awareness Month." It is a
tradition Florida's gover-
nors have supported for
many years.

The proclamation states
that, "manatees face a very
high risk of extinction due
to human related threats in-'
cluding the loss of warm
winter habitat," and that "it
is important for Floridians
to understand their role in
protecting manatees, espe-
cially in light of near
record-setting manatee mor-
tality"

Save the Manatee Club fre-
quently acts as a clearing-


edneck Tech

by Eli Loy

Agricultural

technology

the soil. A few nifty
videos of the giant ma-
chine can be found by
typing "John Deere Walk-
ing Tractor" in YouTube.
Unfortunately, it seems
that the model never
went into production, but
the prototype was de-
moed a few times.

Other than its ability to
climb steep slopes, and
negotiate terrain that a
wheeled or tracked vehi-
cle would never succeed
in attacking, one of its
greatest features was that
it did very little damage
to the soil. A skidder, as
some of you may know,
can leave deep ruts, espe-
cially in muddy terrain.
These ruts do little to im-
prove growing condi-
tions, and as one archae-
ologist pointed out, can
damage artifacts buried
beneath the soil. While
the six-legged tractor
would do some damage,
the effects would be re-
duced.

Biodiversity is a major
concern in today's agri-
cultural community
Whenever a hybrid plant
is created there is the
risk that the hybrid will


house for injured manatee
calls from the public, help-
ing to facilitate a successful
rescue. Over the years, the
Club has also assisted mana-
tee rescue efforts by donat-
ing rescue boats, tracking
and other equipment, as
well as funding.

The public is urged to rapid-
ly respond to the following
situations by calling 1-888-.
404-FWCC

(3922), *FWC or #FWC on
their cellular phones, or by
using VHF Channel 16 on
their marine radios:
If you see a dead man-,
atee.
If you see a manatee
with a pink or red wound.
This means the wound is
fresh.
If the manatee is tilting
to one side, unable to sub-
merge, seems to have trouble
breathing or is acting
strangely
If you observe a mana-
tee calf by herself with no
adults around for an extend-
ed period of time. Manatee
calves may remain depen-
dent on their mothers for up
to two years. If the mother
dies before the calf is
weaned, there is a strong
likelihood the calf will not
survive alone.
If you see anyone ha-


fail after a number of
generations. If the parent
strains have not been
carefully preserved, not
only is the hybrid lost,
but those "heirloom
strains" as well. A very
large percent of the seeds
sown by modern farmers
are hybrid. In many in-
stances the seed from
these hybrid plants can-
not be re-sown, as the
would produce an inferi-
or crop, or fail to germi-.
nate at all. So, many
countries have estab-
lished seed banks, to pre-
serve the original strains
of plants from which all
of our hybrids stem.

In the event of a disas-
trous failure of hybrid
crops, with these ancient
strains horticulturalists
could begin to rebuild the
hybrids. The Svalbard
Global Seed Vault, located
on the Norwegian island
of Spitsbergen, a scant:
700 Miles from the North
Pole, is working with seed
banks around the globe in
order to provide a safety
net to biodiversity.

The Svalbard Global
Seed Vault allows seed
banks from all over the
world to deposit strains of
their seeds for safe keep-
ing. Ownership of these
precious genetic strains
are retained by the depos-
itor, with the facility act-
ing as a sort of giant safe-
ty deposit box.


rassing a mana-
tee in any way.
If you see
boaters:speeding
in a protected
area.
If you see a
manatee entan-
gled in monofila-
ment, crab-trap'
lines or other de-
bris. Do not at-
tempt to remove A man
debris by yourself.
Debris may be em-
bedded underneath the skin
and only a trained veterinar-
ian can adequately assess
and treat wounds.

There are more ways to help
with manatee protection.
Florida shoreline property
owners can request a free
aluminum dock sign from
Save the Manatee Club
which says, "Please Watch
for Manatees: Operate with
Care.';" E-mail
education@savethemanatee.o
rg or call toll free at 1-800-
432-JOIN (5646) and be sure
to include contact informa-
tion plus the address where
the sign will be posted.

Also, the Florida boating
public can request a free
"Please Slow: Manatees Be-
low" waterproof banner
which allows quick commu-
nication with other boaters


The site's location was
chosen for its low risk of
seismic activity (earth-
quakes), and also because
the facility is surrounded
by permafrost. The facili-
ty is cooled to the inter-
nationally recommended
temperature of -180C us-
ing power from locally
mined coal. In the event
of catastrophic failure of
the cooling system, it
would be some weeks be-
fore the facility warmed
up to the -30C of the sur-
rounding permafrost. It is
estimated that the seeds
, ealed within would last
for quite some time even
at that temperature.

Agriculture plays an im-
portant part of all of our
societies. As the world's
population increases, the
strain on our farmlands
is ever-increased. Neces-
sity being the mother of
all invention, I expect
technology will be ap-
plied more and more into
the science of growing
food for the masses.

So next time you go to
the store to pick up some
food, remember the, all
hard work that the farm-
ers and scientists of this
planet are doing today to
ensure that you can eat
tomorrow.


natee surfaces in Fanning Springs

whenever manatees are pre-
sent.

Free boater awareness
posters are also available to
dive shops, marinas, busi-
nesses, schools and libraries
interested in displaying a
poster in store-fronts and hi-
traffic areas to help educate
others about manatee con-
servation. The message,
says, "Navigate with Care,
Manatees are There," and
encourages the boating com-
munity to "Boat Safely"

Manatee protection tips are
available on the Club's web-
site at www.savethemana-
tee.org/boatertips.htm. For
more information on mana-
tees, the Adopt-A-Manatee
program, or to sign up for
the Club's free E-Newsletter,
visit
www.savethemanatee.org.


PLAYERS OF THE WEEK


Trench Warrior -
Robert Simmons
Special Teams / Hit-
man Travis Pierce
Defensive Player -
Michael West
Offensive Player -
Rodney Scott


Gayle Lovelace/Property Manager'
Broker Sales Associate


Smih & Associates, Inc. GMAC
352-542-8217 or 352-493-3126
or 352-542-1212
lovesuwanneevadationrenta@gnfailcom
or gayle1bveIace@gmailcom




352-542-7729
Suwannee Fishing Guides
Tent & Camper Electric Sites
SPond *Dog Kennels
-Private Boat Ramp
Surrounded by Wildlife Refuge


Smith & Associates,
www.bsgmac.com


Come Relax in Suevannee...
This 2:2 SW on fresh water
canal only minutes to the
Gulf. New roof and partially
fenced and more...
Call Brad Smith 352-221 -6256


GM ~rAC

8d 2r'th L Icer,:,ej eai E slqle Eiro er


This 3/3 home on 1.16 acre
across from the river on
paved road. Ju't minutes
from the Turner Point
Landing. There is a lot to
see... 350.000


Cute starter home or great 32 western cedar hom in
fro weekends. This 21 Suwannee on fresh water
home on .48 acre is located canal with boathouse,
just blocks from the river. airport, shp and more.
Call for details...$98.000 Calln Lisa Baxter 352-493-4200


HOMES
3'2 in Suwannee.......$890,000
3/2 DW on 3 ac.........$109,900
3/2 DW on 2.45 ac..... $186,500
2/1 home on .50 ac.....$80,000
3/2 home on river.....$475,000
3/1.5 CBS home......... $60.000
21 home on river.....$426.000
2.2 DW on 1.34 ac.....$75,000.
COMMERCIAL
- 3 wooded acres on Busy
Hwy 19................$240,000
-40 x 100 steel building on
Hwy 19................. $149.900
-REDUCED...600 sq ft
building on .50 (mol) acre on
Hwy 19................$59,900


LOTS
.14 in Suwannee.....$99,900
.25 wooded ac..........$4,900
.94 improved ac..... .$16,000
.48 wooded ac....... $14,000
.35 wooded ac....... .$12,000
.50 wooded ac........$20.000
.25 wooded ac....... $12,000
Acreage
2.65 wooded ac......$35,000
3.02 cleared ac...... .$45,000
2.65 wooded ac......$35,000
2 wooded ac..........$27,500
2 wooded ac.......... $32,500
3 wooded ac......... .$37,500
5 wooded ac...........$39,900
6.40 improved ac....$70,000


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' AMERICAN LEGION POST 383 is
. open from 9 am until 9 pm. The Le-
- gionnaires meet on the 3rd Wednes-
, day of each month and the Auxiliary
meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays
-. of each month; all 3 meetings at 7pm.
SAL meets on the 1st and 3rd Mon-
? days of each month at 7.30 pm. Live
-" Entertainment every Tuesday night
? at 4 pm in the lounge. For more in-
,- formation call 542-2021.
< Holy Cross Catholic Church- Bin-
;, go every Tuesday evening 6:00 p.m -
' US. 19. Doors open at 6:00 pm. -
i snacks available. Free coffee. Rosary
.1 every Wednesday at 6:00 pm. 352493-
9723 ,
PREGNANT? Need help? Free preg- -
nancy test & confidential counseling.
Office hours: Monday & Thursday,
llam-4pm. Look for our sign on Hwy
19, across from Dixie Co. High School.
(352) 498-7776.. Ufl
Forest Park Hill Community Cen-
1I ter Has a Bingo every Monday
Evening, Doors open at 4:30 pm,
games start at 6:30pm. Funds are to
support the center and charities.

DIXIE COUNTY EDUCATION
FOUNDATION meets on the sec-
ond Monday of each month at
noon. at the Public Library in
Cross City. Call 498-2601 for info


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TIMBERS APARTMENTS
1,2, & 3 BR apartments.
Rental assistance may be
available.231 NE 97th St,
Cross City FL. Call 352-498-3175,
TDD/TTY711. =
Equal HousingOpportunity
ufn

FURNISHED 1 and 2 BR Con-
dos for Rent. $550.00-$675. In-
cluded in price, water, cable,
internet, hot tub. Steinhatch-
ee, FL 813-677-9640.
SEPT-NOV

For Rent- 2BR, all new flooring,
newly painted, Sears fans, 1 mile
out of Cross City beside Catholic
Church, old Hollis Chewning
Road. 498-2574 or 498-5705
(44,45,46)


RN'S NEEDED Cross City,
Rehab 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 out an
application. Ufn

Mechanic Needed:
For trucking business staged
in Branford, Florida. Must
have Drivers Licenses,
preferably Class A CDLs, de-
pendable transportation to
and from Branford. Pay is
based on experience. Home
nightly. Call 352-498-3892


By what right has the
dog come to be
regarded as a "noble"
animal? The more
brutal and cruel and
unjust you are to him
the more your
fawning and adoring
slave he becomes;
whereas, if you
shamefully misuse a
cat once she will
always maintain a
dignified reserve
toward you
afterward--you will
never get her full
confidence again.


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

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

HOMEBUILDER. Quality
homes built on your lot.' Visit
our sales and. design center at
26761 SE Hwy 19, Old -Town;
open Mon-Fri 10am-5pm.
Lifetime Homes (CBC017140)
352-542-8416.

UFN

SHOWERS OF BLESSINGS
CUSTOM WATER TREAT-
MENT Get rid of that iron,
odor, and hard water! WATTS
has the water treatment that
will give you clean healthy
water to. cook with and to
drink for the entire family. I
guarantee our systems to re-
move the iron, odors and give
you pure clean water. No
more iron spots or dingy
clothes. Financing available
with little or no money down
and low payments. We have
systems for every budget in-
cluding buying or renting
your equipment. For all of
your water problems call your
local WATTS dealer DAVID. B.
DOWNING (352) 356-0474 or
(352) 498-2449. We service
what we sell! A member of
the Florida Quality Water.
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DIXIE MONUMENTS serv-
ing North Central Florida for
16 years. Open Tuesday-Fri-
day 8-4. Saturday 8-12 or call
for appointment anytime. lo-
cated on 512 Avenue .(behind
McCrabb Church) 7 miles
North of Old Town on Hwy
349. 542-3432 or toll free 1-877-
542-3232
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HARRIS STUMP GRIND-
ING 498-5982- or 210-0534.
Call Miles or Rick Licensed-
Insured. Ufn



Jim's Pressure Washing/
Exterior Painting
You can easily pay more but I
guarantee you cannot receive
better service. Most pressure-
washing jobs 10 cents sq ft or
less. Please call Pastor Jim
Hurst (352) 498-3023 ufn

SERVICES COMPUTER -
Install, Repair, & Networking
with in Home Service! Call
All Point Computers at
(352)210-1985.
UFN
SIGNATURE PLUMBING:
No job too large or Small. Li-
censed and insured. 542-8012
cfc057759
45,46

ROOF REPAIRS $99.00
AND UP. Call the Roofing
Pro's. Ultra Rib Metal Roofs,
Owens Corning.30 year shin-
gles. CCC1326066 Cell 352-535-
7680.
UFN

DRYWALL
Hang, finish, texture. Metal
Stud Framing. Cal us for a
list of services. CBC058489
Cell 352-535-7680.
UFN


- Mark Twain


DOMESTIC VIOLENCE &
SEXUAL ASSAULT SER.
VICES: Individual counseling
and support groups for women
and offered through Another
Way, Inc Services are confiden-
tial and free. Contact any of
our Outreach offices at 352-486
3305, 352-498-1293, (386) 758-4843
or (386) 792-2747 for an appoint-
ment or the location and times
or group counseling. Another
way, Inc. -also provides two 24
hour crises lines. Sexual As
sault 1-866-875-7983 Domestic
Violence 1-800-500-1119, infor
mation and referral services, le
gal advocacy, community edu
cation, and professional train
ing for law enforcement, health
care and educational personnel,
Ufn


AA MEETINGS-Wednesday
night, 8:00 pm at eh fellowship
Baptist church, in Steinhatch-
ee, Florida.,
Ufn

AA MEETINGS-Monday
nights, 8:00 pm, Cross City
Church of Christ, McArthur
Street, across from Gooding Fu-
neral Home. Call 1-800-613-0164
ufn


TOPS MEETING every
Wednesday at 10:30 at St. Al-
ban's Church in Chiefland.
For information, call Becky
Kelly 352-682-0351.
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Church Yard Sale- on No\. 5, 6,
& 7th, 270 NE 443 Ave, Old Town
in
Forrest Hills Subdivision (44,
45)

McCall's Chapel Yard Sale.
November 8th, 9'3. On 349
North of the Dixie County
line.: 386-935-0595
45

ANNUAL YARD and BAKE
SALE. Lots of tables. Forest
Park Hills off 349 N, follow
signs. Breakfast and lunch
* Fri Nov 7, 8-2.
45

HUGE 6 FAMILY YARD
SALE. Saturday Nov 8, 8 am
until? Someo f everything.
Free items, live turkeys. Be-
hind Cross City Methodist
Church, look for signs.
45

HUGE YARD SALE behind
Capital City Bank, Saturlay,
11/8 8 am until ?
45






Authentic Dealer of Dixie
Outfitters, Dixie Classicsm &
Southern Heritage T-Shirts
having clearance sale. Any 2
shirts $20.00. Shirts made to
order, hundreds of designs in
stock, Children's and adult
sizes available.
Call (352) 221-0902 (,ufn),


ALUMINUM BOAT for sale.
1986 Monarch, made. in Mon-
ticello Ark. 25 HP Johnson,
like new. Trailer, new lights,
batter, 2 gas tanks, two gas
lines, trolling motor. $1800
firm. 498-7527 or 578-0197
45

SHELLED PECANS for sale.,
$5.00 per pound. 498-4228
45,46,47


Levy County

ARC THRIFT

STORE

TO OPEN

The Levy Association for
Retarded Citizens is
proud to announce the
grand opening of their
Thrift Store and Work
Center on Friday, Novem-
ber 7, 2008. The facility is
located at 515 S. Main
Street (US 19/98),
Chiefland.

The creation of the facil-
ity is due in large part to
a grant from the Plum
Creek Foundation, Seat-
tle, Washington. The
funds from Plum Creek
have
not only been used to
cover many of the start
up costs but also to estab-
lish a hands-on training
program to provide
LARC participants with
the opportunity to learn
the skills needed to com-
pete for employment in
the local job market.

The Thrift Store will be
open Monday through
Saturday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
and donations will be ac-
cepted from 9 a.m. to
noon. If you would like
to be a part of this excit-
ing venture, why not vol-
unteer for very light duty
welcoming shoppers
and answering questions.

Volunteers are needed on
Friday and Saturdays
between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.
You pick how many
hours you would like to
volunteer and how often.

For more information on
the Thrift Store, please
call LARC at (352)
486-4293. To sign up as a
volunteer, please contact
Toni Collins at (352) 490-
5636.


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Florida Fish and Wildlife
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Sampling will occur at vari-
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tory game bird hunting sea-
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ticipation is voluntary Biol-
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respiratory and digestive
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nostic lab will test the sam-
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other diseases.
The sampling is part of a
continuing international
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mine if migratory birds
carry the highly pathogenic
H5N1 strain of avian in-
fluenza in North America.
Last year, more than 65,000
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than 1,200 samples from
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virus, including the 481 col-
lected at check stations in
Florida's wildlife manage-
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While it is extremely un-
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officials recommend taking
common-sense precautions
to reduce the risk of con-
tracting any disease from
wildlife. For instance, do
not harvest or handle wild
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sick or found dead; wear
rubber gloves while clean-
.ing game; clean game out-
doors and stay upwind of
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cent bleach solution.
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Legals, etc.


AGENDA
Regular Meeting- Dixie County
Courthouse
Commission Meeting Room
November 6, 2008 10:00 AM

The Board of County Commission-
ers of Dixie County, Florida, will
meet on Thursday, November 6,
2008 10:00 AM in a regular meeting
in the County Commissioners Meet-
ing Room, in the Dixie County
Courthouse, Cross City, Florida.

1. Call to Order

2. Invocation and Pledge to
the American Flag


3.
Minutes


Approval of Commission


PUBLIC HEARING: THE PUBLIC
HEARING MAY BE CONTINUED
TO ONE OR MORE FUTURE
DATES. ANY INTERESTED PAR-
TY IS ADVISED THAT THE DATE,
TIME, AND PLACE OF ANY CON-
TINUATION OF THE PUBLIC
HEARING SHALL BE AN-
NOUNCED DURING THE PUBLIC.
HEARING AND THAT.NO FUR-
THER NOTICE CONCERNING
THE MATTERS WILL BE PUB-
LISHED.

I: A Petition for a variance
by Paul C. Scherer requesting in
conformity with the Land De-
velopment Regulations of height re-
lief of 75 feet above the 35 feet
requirement located on property
east of the centerline of Dixie Main-
line Road.


II.:
Variance


Bobby and Gaye Osteen,


Ill: A petition by Buddy and
Karen Osteen, Tim and Cindy
Childers, Doyle and
Sheila Frierson, and Glenn Osteen
Representative of Campbell Timber,
LLC to Close a County,
Maintained Road known as SE 377
Street, beginning at SE Hwy
55A.

4. Sammy Jenkins, Veter-
ans of Foreign Wars
RE: Proclamation for No-
vember 9th November 16th,
2008.

'5. Charlie Kinnard
RE: Minor PRD adjustment.

6. Frankie Lamb and Larry
Grubbs, Division of Forestry
RE: The Division's annual
report.

7. Sable Boiling, Dixie
County Health Department
RE: An Environmental
Health Presentation

8. Rita Harris, Harris Admin-
istrative Services Inc.

9. Bailey, Bishop, & Lane

10. Tony Johns, Suwannee
Water and Sewer Manager


IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DIXIE COUNTY

CASE #2008-CA-00099

HSBC BANK USA, NAAS INDEN
TURE TRUSTEE FOR THE REG-
ISTERED NOTEHOLDERS OF
RENAISSANCE HOME EQUITY
LOAN TRUST 2005-3 RENAIS-
SANCE HOME EQUITY LOAN AS
SET-BACKED NOTES, SERIES
2005-3, PLAINTIFF, VS.
ROBERT J. ROMER AND THE
ESTATE OF RAYMOND E.
ROMER, DECEASED AND UN-
KNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, CRED
ITORS, LIENORS AND
TRUSTEES OF RAYMOND E.
ROMER, DECEASED, AND ALL
OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING B'
THROUGH UNDER AND
AGAINST THE NAMED DEFEN-
DANT(S); SEAN REED ROMER;
BARBARA BREITBERG; RAY-
MOND EDWARD ROMER, JR.;
JOANNE M GOWEN; UNKNOWN'
PARTIES IN POSSESSION #1;
UNKNOWN PARTIES IN POSSES
SION #2, IF LIVING, AND ALL UN
KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING BY
THROUGH UNDER AND
AGAINST THE ABOVE NAMED
DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE
WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN
PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTER
EST AS SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE-
VISEES, GRANTEES, OR OTHE
CLAIMANTS, DEFENDANTS.

NOTICE OF ACTION FORECLO-
SURE PROCEEDINGS-PROPER
TY

TO: UNKNOWN HEIRS, DE-
VISEES, GRANTEES, AS-
SIGNEES, CREDITORS,
LIENORS AND TRUSTEES OF
RAYMOND E. ROMER, DE-
CEASED; ADDRESS UNKNOWN
BUT WHOSE LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS IS: N/AAND ESTATE OF
RAMOND E. ROMER, DE-
CEASED; ADDRESS UNKNOWN
BUT WHOSE LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS IS: N/A

Residence unknown, if living, in-
cluding any unknown spouse of ti
said Defendants, if either has re-
married and if either or both of sa
Defendants are dead, their respe,


11. Bettie Gail Osteen, Indi-
gent Healthcare Agent

12. Joe Ruth, Solid Waste
Coordinator/ Mosquito Control Di-
rector

13. Jerry Prater, Veterans
Service Officer


14.
tion

15.
Zoning


Big Bend Water Associa-


Jack Spivey, Building and


16. Howard Reed, County
Road Superintendent

17. Tim Alexander, Emer-
gency Services Director
1. Dixie County EOC
Change Order 001
2. Dixie County EOC
Charge Order 002

18, Cindy Bellot, Librarian

19. Arthur Bellot, County
-Manager
1. Resolution 2008-49:
Requesting Full Funding of Amend-
ment 1 Offset for
Fiscally


Constrained Counties
20. Leenette McMillan, Coun-
ty Attorney
1. Public Forum Policy
and Procedure


21.
Court

22.
Items

23.


Dana Johnson, Clerk of


County Commission


Vouchers Approval


24 Adjourn


PLEASE BE ADVISED that if a per-
son 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 ap-
peal is to be based.

"Persons with disabilities requesting
reasonable accommodations to par-
ticipate in this proceeding 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 Pre-
ceding the Board meeting, at (352)
498-1200.

APPROVED:


tive unknown heirs, devisees,
k, grantees, assignees, creditors,
lienors, and trustees, and all other
persons claiming by, through, un-
der or against the named Defen-
dant(s); and the aforementioned
- named Defendant(s) and such of
the aforementioned unknown De-
fendants.and such of the afore-
mentioned unknown Defendants as
may be infants, incompetents or
S- otherwise not sui juris.

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action has been commenced to
foreclose a mortgage on the follow-
ing real property, lying and being
situated in Dixie County, Florida,
more particularly described as fol-
lows:

LOT 31, DEER RUN SUBDIVI-
Y, SION, AS PER THE OFFICIAL
PLAT THEREOF, IN PLAT BOOK
1, PAGE 135, DIXIE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.

TOGETHER WITH A DOU-
q BLEWIDE MOBILE HOME, YEAR:
1992, MAKE: COM-CAMP, HAY-
S- ING VIN # GMHGA117926501 A
N- AND B, PERMANENTLY AFFIXED
THEREON.

more commonly known as 88
Northeast 260th Avenue, Old town,
FL 32680.

This action has been filed against
you and you are required to serve
R a copy of your written defense, if
any, upon SHAPIRO & FISHMAN,
LLP, Attorneys for Plaintiff, whose
address is 10004 N. Dale Mabry
I- Highway, Suite 112, Tampa, FL
33618, within thirty (30) days after
the first publication of this notice
and file the original with the clerk of
this Court either before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the re-
4 lief demanded in the Complaint.

WITNESS my hand and seal of
this court on the third day of No-
4 member, 2008.

Dana D. Johnson, Circuit and
County Courts
By: Karen Leverett, Deputy Clerk
he
45,46


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DIXIE
COUNTY, FLORIDA JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NO 07-39-DP
IN THE INTEREST OF: Z.D. (M) DOB
06/01/2003
E.D. (M) DOB: 4/16/2004
S.D. (F) DOB 6/15/2005
J.D. (M) DOB 02/05/2007, MINOR CHILDREN
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR TERMINATION OF
PARENTAL RIGHTS AND PLACEMENT FOR
ADOPTION
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: JASON DAVI-
SON, ADDRESS UNKNOWN
You are hereby notified that a petition under
oath has been filed in the above-styled Court for
the termination of your parental rights to Z.D., a
male child born on June 1, 2003 in Broward
County, Florida; E.D. a male child bom April 16,
2004 in Stephenson County, Illinois; S.D. a fe-
male child bom on June 15, 2005 In Green.
County, Wisconsin; and J.D., a male child born
on February 5, 2007 in Green County, Wiscon-
sin and for permanent commitment of the child
to the Department of Children and Family Ser-
vices for subsequent adoption, you are hereby
commanded to be and appear before the HON-
ORABLE FREDERICK KOBERLEIN, JUDGE
OF THE CIRCUIT COURT, at the Dixie County
Courthouse, Cross City, Florida on NOVEMBER
21. 2008 at 9:30 am for a Termination of
Parental Rights Advisory Hearing.
FAILURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR AT THIS
ADVISORY HEARING CONSTITUTES CON-
SENT TO THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL
RIGHTS OF THESE CHILDREN. IF YOU FAIL
TO APPEAR ON THE DATE AND TIME SPECI-
FIED, YOU MAY LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS AS
A PARENT TO THE NAMED CHILDREN.


NOTICE TO ROAD
CONTRACTORS
DIXIE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FIN # 424162-01, 424163-01

Notice is hereby given that sealed
bids will be received at the Board
of County Commissioners office
in the Dixie County Courthouse
until 11AM on November 18,
2008. This office is located at
401 N. Cedar Street, Cross City,
Florida, 32628. The bids will be
.opened and read aloud to the
public at 11AM on November 18,
2008. The projects will be rec-
ommended for awarded at the
Board of County Commissioners
meeting on November 20, 2008.
The bidders must submit a bid for
the projects as described below.

1. J, Mikell Road: Work on
this project consists of, but not
limited to resurfacing of approxi-
mately 1.43 miles of two lane as-
phalt roadway. J Mikell Road will
be resurfaced a distance of ap-
proximately 1.43 miles from NE
349 HWY westerly to the end of
pavement on J Mikell. Approxi-
mately 1.43 miles of existing
roadway is to be mixed in place
and used as a base.

2. NE 512th Ave (CR
351A): Work on this project con-
sists of, but not limited to resur-
facing of approximately 8.39
miles of two lane asphalt road-
,way. Hines Road will be resur-
faced a distance of approximately
8.39 miles from CR 358 north to
the Lafayette county .linq.

All work performed on this project
will be in conformance with the .
engineering plans and with the
requirements of the FDOT stan-
dard specifications for road and
bridge construction: 2006 edition.

The plans and bid forms may be
obtained from the office of Bailey,
Bishop & Lane, Inc., 871 SW SR
47, Lake City, Florida, during nor-
mal working hours, for a fee of
$75.00 per project. For questions
regarding this information, please
contact Sherri Espenship at (386)
752-5640.

Either. a cashier check or a bid
bond in the amount of five per-
cent (5%) of the total bid amount
must accompany each bid that is
submitted.

The successful bidder will be re-
quired to furnish the County Co-
ordinator with a performance
bond and liability insurance prior
to commencing work.

All contractors must be pre-quali-
fied with FDOT in highway con-
struction.

The Dixie County Commission re-
serves the right to reject any or
all bids and add to the contract or
delete from the contract to stay
within their funding capabilities.

Signed,

Arthur.Bellot, Dixie County Coor-
dinator Board of County Commis-
sioners Dixie County, Florida

44,45,46



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
,THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR DIXIE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 2008-CA-0093

CAPITAL CITY BANK, A FLORIDA
BANKING CORPORATION, PLAIN-
TIFF, VS.
MICHAEL BRANCEN BURKE AND
TRACI BURKE, HUSBAND AND
WIFE, DEFENDANT.

NOTICE OF SALE

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I,
DANA JOHNSON, Clerk of the Circuit
Court o the Third Judicial Circuit, in
and for DIXIE County, Florida, pur-
suant to the Summary Final Judgment
in Foreclosure entered int he above
styled cause, will sell at public sale the
following described property situated
in DIXIE County Florida, to wit:

LOT 24, RIVERSHORES AT JENA,
according to the plat thereof recorded
in Plat Book 1, Page 259, public
records of Dixie County, FLorida.

Said sale shall be made to the highest
and best bidder for cash pursuant to
the Final Judgment entered in the
above styled cause and will be held on
the Courthouse steps at the DIXIE
County Courthouse in Cross City,
FLorida on the 18th day of November,
2008, commencing at the hour of
11:00 A.M.

All interested parties shall'be governed
accordingly by this notice.

Dated this 27th Day of October, 2008.
DANA JOHNSON, Clerk of the Court
Karen Leverett, Deputy Clerk

44,45


ment conveyed to the Board of County
Commissioners of Dixie County, FLori-
da for a channel across Lots 5 and 6,
Block 35, Lots 3,4, and 5, Block 43,
lots 1,2, and 3, Block 48 as shown in
Deed Book 24, Pages 469, of the
Public Records of Dixie County, Flori-
da.

Property being conveyed herein is lo-
cated and situated in Horseshoe
Beach Subdivision, according to the
plat thereof as recorded in Plat Book
1, Page 24 of the Public Records of
Dixie County, FLorida.
44,45


Page 13


NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

A.G. CHEWNING
534 NE 303 AVE
OLD TOWN, FL 32680

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

Certificate No: 150
JUNE 1, 2006

Description of Property:


SEE EXHIBIT "A"

NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED

ISLAM MD SHAFIQUL, 10768
NASHVILLE DRIVE, COOPER
CITY, FL 33026

WARNING: Said property being
in the County of Dixie, State of
Florida. .Unless such certificate
shall be redeemed according to
law the property, described in
such certificate shall be sold to
the highest bidder at the Dixie
County Courthouse on NOVEM-
BER 25, 2008 at 11:00 A.M.

October 27, 2008

Dana D. Johnson,"Clerk of Court
pixie County, Florida 32628

Candace L. Corbin, Deputy Clerk

EXHIBIT A


Description of Property:

Parcel No. 05-10-13-4520-0000-
0440

2.79 ACRES LOT 44 THE OAKS
S/D ORB 104 P 496

Subject.to the restrictions of
record.

44,45,46,47


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORI-
DA THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DIXIE COUNTY, FLORIDA

CASE NO. 08-89-CA

DAVID NELMS, PLAINTIFF, VS.
JOSEPH M. SPRADLEY AND TASHA
L. SPRADLEY, HIS WIFE; AND
ROBERTF. PARRISH, SR. AND
SHIRLEY M. PARRISH, DEFEN-
DANTS

NOTICE OF SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pur-
suant to Summary Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated October 22, 2008, I
will sell the property situated in Dixie
County, FLorida described as follows:

SEE SCHEDULE OF PROPERTY,,
MARKED EXHIBIT'A'ATTACHED
HERETO AND BY REFERENCE .
MADE A PART HEREOF

at public sale, to the highest bidder for
cash, at the Northwest Front Door of
the Dixie County Courthouse, 214 NE
Highway 351, Cross City, FL 32628, at
11:00 A.M. on the 25th day of Novem-
ber, 2008.

Any person claiming an interest in the
surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner as of the date
of the lis pendens must file a claim
within 60 days after the sale.

WITNESS my hand and official seal of
said Court this 22nd day of October,
2008.

DANA D. JOHNSON, Clerk of Court
By: Karen Leverett, Deputy Clerk

SCHEDULE OF PROPERTY

Lots 1,2,3,4,7 (LESS AND EXCEPT
the West 26 feet of the South 1/2 of
said Lot 7), all of Lot 8, Lot 6, LESS
AND EXCEPT the following described
parcel: The South 1/2 of Lot 6, Block
42, Horseshoe Beach Subdivision.
Also: The North 40 feet of Lot 5, Block
42.
Also: That part of Lot 3, Block 48, of
Horseshoe Beach Subdivision from
center of channel to the Southeast
Corner of said Lot.
Also: That part of Lot 6, Block 43,
Horseshoe Beach Subdivision, from
the Northwest,(center of channel) to
the Right of Way of Horseshoe Beach
Road.
Also: That part of Lot 1, Block 43, of
Horseshoe Beach Subdivision, lying
South and East of Horseshoe Beach
Highway.
Also: Lots 5 and 6, Block 35, of Horse-
shoe Beach Subdivision.
Also:
A perpetual easement as acquired un-
der that certain Easement as recorded
in Deed Book 24, Page 465, of the
Public Records of Dixie County, Flori-
da, over and across that part of Lot 5,
Block 43, Horseshoe Beach Subdivi-
sion, from the center of the channel to
the Southeast Corner of said Lot.

Subject to:
Right of Way for State Road S-351
and subject to that perpetual ease-


We have enjoyed so much freedom for

so long that we are perhaps in danger

of forgetting how much blood it cost to

establish the Bill of Rights.


-Felix Frankfurter


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 3RD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DIXIE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 15-2008-CA-000106

WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A. AS
TRUSTEE FOR THE CERTIFICATE
HOLDERS OF SOUNDVIEW HOME
LOAD TRUST 2007-OPT2, ASSET-
BACKED CERTIFICATES, SERIES
2007-OPT2, PLAINTIFF, VS.
BOBBY LYTTE, ETAL, DEFENDANTS

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: BOBBY LYTTE
Last known address: 1040 SW 317 High-
way, Old Town FL 32680
Current Residence Unknown
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF BOBBY LYTTE
Last Known Address: 1040 SW 317
Highway, Old Town, FL 32680
Current Residence Unknown

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for
Foreclosure of Mortgage on the following
described property:

A PARCEL OF LAND IN GOVERNMENT
LOT #1, SECTION 36, TOWNSHIP 10
SOUTH, RANGE 13 EAST, DIXIE
COUNTY, FLORIDA BEING MORE PAR-
TICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOL-
LOWS; FOR A POINT OF REFERENCE
COMMENCE AT THE SE CORNER OF
GOVERNMENT LOT #1, SECTION 36-
10-13; THENCE RUN N 89 55'13 DE-
GREES, A DISTANCE OF 1530 FEET
THENCE N 00 24'39 DEGREES WEST,
A DISTANCE OF 420 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE N 89
55'13 DEGREES EAST, A DISTANCE
OF 386.22 FEET TO THE WESTERLY
RIGHT OF WAY OF STATE ROAD S-
317; THENCE N 31 43'00 DEGREES
EAST, ALONG THE WESTERLY RIGHT
OF WAY OF THE STATE ROAD S-317 A
- DISTANCE OF 129.42 FEET, THENCE S.
89 55'13 DEGREES WEST, A DIS-
TANCE OF 455.05 FEET; THENCE S 00
24'39 DEGREES EAST, A DISTANCE
OF 110 FEET TO CLOSE ON THE
POINT OF BEGINNING. ABOVE PAR-
CEL CONTAINING 1.06 ACRES.

has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it, on Marshall C.
Watson, P.A.,.Attomey for Plaintiff whose
address is 1800 NW 49th Street, Suite
120, Ft. Lauderdale FL 33309 on or be-
fore November 26, 2008, a date which is
within thirty (30) days after the first publi-
cation of this Notice in the Dixie County
Advocate and file the original with the
Clerk of this Court either before service
on Plaintiff's attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief demanded
in the complaint.

In accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities act of 1990 (ADA) disabled
persons who, because of their disabilities
need special accommodation to partici-
pate in this proceeding should contact
Marvin Brannin at (352) 492-1246 or (V)
1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or Florida Relay
Service at 150 NE Cedar Street, Cross
City, FL 32628 prior to such proceeding.

WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
court this 21st day of October, 2008.

DANA D. JOHNSON, Clerk of the Court
By: Karen Leverett, Deputy Clerk

44,45


YOU ARE ENTITLED TO HAVE AN ATTORNEY
REPRESENT YOU IN THIS MATTER. IF YOU
WANT AN ATTORNEY BUT ARE UNABLE TO
AFFORD ONE, THE COURT WILL APPOINT
AN ATTORNEY TO REPRESENT YOU.
This notice shall be published once a Week for
four (4) consecutive weeks int he Dixie COunty
Advocate at Cross City, FLorida. WITNESS my
hand as the clerk of said COURT and the Seal
therefore, on this 7th day of OCTOBER, 2008.
Dana D. JOHNSON, Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dawn DuBois, Deputy Clerk
42,43,44,45


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED

A.G. CHEWNING
534 NE 303 AVE
OLD TOWN, FL 32680

The holder of the following certifi-
cate has filed said certificate for a
tax deed to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and year of is-
suance, the description of the prop-
erty and the names in which it was
assessed are as follows

Certificate No: 129 JUNE
1,2006

Description of Property:


SEE EXHIBIT "A"

NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED

TADD ROBERTS, 2069 SW 40TH
AVE, BELL, FL 32619

WARNING: Said property being in
the County of Dixie, State of Flori-
da. Unless such certificate shall be
redeemed according to law the
property described in such certifi-
cate shall be sold to the highest bid-
der at the Dixie County Courthouse
on NOVEMBER 25, 2008 at 11:00
A.M.

October 27, 2008

Dana D. Johnson, Clerk of Court
Dixie County, Florida 32628

Candace L. Corbin, Deputy Clerk

EXHIBIT A


Description of Property:

Parcel No. 04-10-13-4518-0000-
0050

1.00 ACRE 4 10 13 LOT 5 OF
TURKEY HAMMOCK S/D ORB 165
P 104 ORB 262 P 2700RB 356 P
665



Subject to the restrictions of record.
44,45,46,47.


NOTICE OF SALE

OLD TOWN STORAGE WILL OF-
FER FOR SALE THE CONTENTS
OF THE FOLLOWING UNITS:
UNIT #20-E. HARDIMAN
UNIT 28,29,30,31-MACK MILLER
UNIT 38-JESSIE BOYINGTON
UNIT# 82B C.B.C.
UNIT 90B-ROBIN SESOCK
UNIT 114B-ROGOLTA
UNIT #120 MICKY BYRD
UNIT #129C-KELLY BLANCHARD
OPEN STORAGE: HAROLD
CAHILL

CONSISTING OF PERSONAL
PROPERTY. THE SALE WILL BE
HELD ON SATRUDAY, NOVEM-
BER 22, 2008 AT 9:00 AT THE OLD
TOWN STORAGE UNIT ON US
HWY 19, OLD TOWN, FLORIDA.
THE CANCELLATION OF SALE
MAY BE MADE IF BOTH PARTIES
AGREE UPON SETTLEMENT.
OLD TOWN STORAGE RE-
SERVES THE RIGHT TO BID.
45,46


Faith Baptist Church

News


We had a wonderful Home-
coming Service at Faith to-
day. Bro. Bobby Bryan, one
of our former pastors,
brought the morning mes-
sage and the special music
was done by Southland fol-
lowed by a special done by
Janet Osteen with the
Crenshaws, Jim Fisher and
Tommy McQueen backing
her up. After the service,
we had lunch in the fellow-
ship hall.

REMEMBER THE FALL
FESTIVAL NEXT SATUR-
DAY 11/08/08. The supper
will begin at 4:00 PM
and there will be games, a
cake walk and all sorts of
fun for the youngun's.
Bring a covered dish and
come out and join us. The
ladies are cooking chili,
spaghetti and hobo stew
with cornbread to go with
it all. We may even boil a
pot of weiners for the little
ones to have hot dogs if
they want them. If you
want to bring a salad,
something sweet or just
whatever you'd like, feel
free to come on out and
join us. We always have an
abundance of food and a
very good time. Hope to
see you there. If you can, a
cake for the cakewalk
would be appreciated.

Don't forget this week to
witness to someone, call
someone who hasn't been
to church lately and let
them know we miss them
and invite them back. Pray
for the sick, the bereaved
and especially the lost. We
will have Prayer Meeting
as usual Wednesday night
and hope to see you there.
We'll be looking for you
Saturday for the Fall Festi-
val. '

Until then, remember we
at Faith love you and are
praying for you. Have a
wonderful week.


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Obituaries and Faith, etc.


rAugusta Watson .Charles Harold Hill, Sr


The lady known to all of Chiefland as "Aunt Gussie" went
home to be with her Lord on Monday, October 27, 2008.
She was born January 7, 1914 in Suwannee County, Flori-
da, and lived in Chiefland for the past 50 years. She was
preceded by her husband, James Watson and grandson,
Bradley Mathis.

She is survived by her daughters Linda (Jim) Lawrence of
Waycross Ga; Patti (Glen) Werner and.Connie (Greg)
Beauchamp both of Chiefland; stepchildren Meena Math-
is and Jimmy Watson; grandchildren, Cindy Driggers,
LaVette Robers, Joe Roberts, Brady Mathis, Jim Lawrence
III, Katie Lawrence, Lanie Werner, Tiffany King arid Ja-,
son King, 10 great-grandchildren and 2 great, great grand-
children.

She was a faithful member of First United Methodist
Church of Chiefland. For many years her home was next
door to the church., She worked tirelessly to serve her
Lord and Savior through the church.

Aunt Gussie never met a stranger and her giving spirit
touched people of all ages and all. walk of life. She was
selected as Chiefland Citizen of the, Year in 1987.

Aunt Gussie loved her Lord, her family and her two hob-
bies, cooking and gardening. Funeral Services will be
Saturday, November 1, 2008 at 2:00 PM at First United
Methodist Church of Chiefland, with burial following at
Chiefland Cemetery Visitation was Friday, Oct 31 from
5:00 to 700 at the Hiers-Baxley Funeral Home.


Lela Edna (Jonas) Courter


Lela Edna.(Jonas) Courter went to be with the Lord on
October 30, 2008. Edna was born in Levy County, Flori-
da, on January.31, 1915 to Boston and Rose Ella (Peed)
Jonas. She was married in 1934 to George Albert
Courier of Manatee County, Florida and had three chil-
dren, Patricia Ann (Courter) Dasher of Steinhatchee,
FL, Martin A. of Lebanon, TN and Darrell S. of Ft. My-
ers. She had 14 grandchildren, 31 great-grandchildren
and 4 great great-grandchildren as well as many nieces
and nephews who loved her dearly.

She was predeceased by her husband, her parents, and
four brothers: Buis Jonas, Herbert Jonas, Milford
Jonas, and Jerry Jones; two sisters, Onie Lee (Jonas)
Sellars and Mildred (Jonas) Witham. She is survived by
one sister, Elva (Jonas) Ordway of Lakeland and one
brother, Gene Jonas of Flint, MI, her three children,
two daughters-in-law, Wanda and Lois and son-in-law,
Ellis H. Dosher, Sr.

Edna retired from Milton Roy Co. of Sarasota. Upon re-
tiring, she moved to the mountains of East Tennessee,
where she enjoyed some 21 years of gardening, quilting
and crocheting. In 1998, she suffered a stroke and has
lived with her daughter and son-in-law for the past nine
years in Steinhatchee.

Edna was a Christian and worshipped with the Church
of Christ for sixty-six years. She was a very compas-
sionate lady, always concerned with the welfare of those
less fortunate. She is gone on, but not forgotten by fam-
ily and friends. She will always be a part of all of us
who knew and loved her.

A memorial service will be held November 15, 2008 at
11:00 am at the Community Center in Steinhatchee. Her
cremains will be buried Noveber 22, 2008 in the Palm
View Cemetery in Palm View, FL. In lieu of flowers, do-
nations may be made to Big Bend Hospice, 107 E. Green
St. Perry, FL 32348.



Harvest Festival!


It's Harvest Festival time at Lighthouse Word Church
on Sat., Nov. 15th from 1:00 pm 5:00 pm. There will
be free rides and game booths, including a Toddler
Town, face painting, a Juge Bungee Run, Kidee
Train, Giant Slide, Moon Walk, Obstacle Course,
Space Ball and a 30 ft. Rock Climbing Wall. We also
have great live entertainment lined up, a.cake walk
and auction, and lots of good door prizes. There will
be plenty of good food including cotton candy, pop-
corn, snow cones and hot dogs and chili. So bring the
kids of all ages, and enjoy a great day of good clean
fun. Lighthouse Word Church is located 3 miles east
of Chiefland on Alt. 27. Cal 493-1554 for more infor-
mation.


Please study the plan of


SALVATION
Hebrews 5:9,11:6 John 14:6


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


Acts 4:12


Matthew 10:32-33

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


Colossians 2:11-13, 1:13-14
Galations 1:6-9 2 Thessalonians 1:7-9
Hebrews 4:12 John 12:48
2 Corinthians 5:10 Romans 16:16

We love you and ask that
you pass this on.
God Will Bless You


Charles Harold Hill, Sr., of Perry, Florida passed
away on October 30, 2008 in Madison Florida. Mr.
Hill was a native of Old Town.

He was the son of the late George Columbus Hill
and Minnie May Wear. He was preceded in death
by his wife of 57 years, Lillian Mildred McInnis
Hill.

He is survived by his two sons, Charles (Renee)
Hill of Perry and George (Linda) Hill of Natchez,
MS; one brother, Kenneth HIll of Valdosta, GA;
one sister, Newanna Watts of Tampa, 6 grandchil-
dren, 9 great grandchildren and a host of nieces
and nephews.

Mr. Hill was a Staff Sgt. in the
U.S. Army during WWII and
earned the Combat Infantryman
Badge and the Bronze Star. He
was a member of the Masonic
Lodge, Joppa Lodge #4 of Old
Town. In 1954 he moved to Perry
and became a member of the
New Home Baptist Church.

Services will be held at 11:00 AM on Tuesday, No-
vember 4, 2008 at Buggs Funeral Home in Perry
FLorida, with burial at Woodlawn Cemetery in
Perry The family will receive friends from 6:00 to
8:00 pm on Monday at Beggs Funeral Home in Per-
ry

Memorial contributions may be made to the Mayo
Clinic, Alzheimer's Research, 4500 San Pablo Road,
Jacksonville, FL 32224.





First Baptist of Steinhatchee News

Mark your calendar for these up coming events at
our church. November 9th The Warren Family will
be preaching and singing for us in the evening ser-
vice. On the 23rd, we will be hearing our Missionary
Calvin Taylor speaking. Come join us the evening be-
fore Thanksgiving for our Candle Light Service. We
lift up all the prayer request last week, also for
Wayne Craig, Bill Lawson, Margaret Ross, TL.
Stephens and those unspoken request of our church
family The world's financial crisis and those just
elected this week to serve our country, state and com-
munities!


* We had Baptism Ser-
vices on Sunday! Cody
Chesser and John Willis
was baptized and wel-
come into the "Family of
GOD"! Remember...
GOD'S work in us isn't
over when we receive
CHRIST---it has just be-
gan!

* We were thrilled to
see Emily Ellison play-
ing her violin! She
played "Kumbaya My
LORD" and "Jesus Loves
Me"! Harry Gatlin sang;
"This World Is Not My
Home"! Lila Cooper and
Emily Ellison sang; "I
Believe" with Lila's little
sister Kate assisting! Jes-
sica Downing, Libby
Gray, Donnie Morrow
and Leon Holden mII
sang..."I'm Still Amazed'!

* Come on down and
join our church choir at
4:45 PM. on Sundays as
we have started practic-
ing the Christmas Musi-
cal! We need your voice
and your smiling face!


AWANAS

on Sunday nights

from 6 to 8

at New Prospect

Baptist Church

Please come!

"Let us be of good cheer,
remembering that the
misfortunes hardest to bear
are those which
never happen."

James Russell Lowell


NEW PROSPECT BAPTIST
NEWS

Thankfully, we were able to make the transition Sun-
day from Daylight Savings Time back to EST without
much ado. As always, it was good to be in God's
house as our choir sounded so beautiful singing the
hymns of praise and worship. Then, when the time
came, Bro. Billy was well-prepared as he delivered
God's provocative messages from Exodus 32:21-24 and
Exodus 32:21-26 morning and evening, respectively

Sunday evening, our NPBC Awana program got off to
a fine start, with much enthusiasm and good atten-
dance. We look forward-to untold-blessings resulting
*from this program of making children aware of God's
wonderful works in our lives. On Monday evening,
Nov. 10th, our Pastor/Deacons meeting will be held,
followed by our Church Business Meeting on Wednes-
day evening, Nov. 12th. We will also be taking pho-
tographs for our Church Directory on Nov. 12th.
Please remember to honor our veterans on Tuesday,
Nov. 11th.

We were very pleased to have visitors Sunday, and in-
vite you back anytime, as you and all others are al-
ways welcome. Please pray for all those on the vari-
pus prayer lists, and be much in prayer for our na-
tion, as we will soon have a new President. Have a
good week, and may God bless and keep you safe.


Cookies By The Ton


Mark your calendar for the Tri-County's largest cook-
ie sale, "Cookies by the Ton", to be held at Turning -
Point Ministries on Saturday, December 6, 2008. The
sale will be held at the church, located on Levy Coun-
ty road 341, one block north of Joppa Church road
from 9:00 A.M. until noon.

The public will have an opportunity to taste and se-
lect many varieties of cookies, so come early for the
best selection. The cookies will be sold by the pound
so bring your containers or select a container avail-
able at the sale. For further information, please call
463-8804.
There are very few certainties that touch us all in this
mortal experience, but one of the absolutes is that
we will experience hardship arid stress at some point."

Dr. James 0. Dobson


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First Baptist Church of Cross City New Prospect Baptist Church Calvary Temple Assembly of God
US 19 -Cross City US 19 Between Cross City & Old Town Suwannee Lumber Road -Cross City
Sunday School 9:30A" Morning Worship 10:45A Jesus is The Answer For Your Life ""Jon Us ForAyVisit. Stay ForAL.etime."
AWANAS 6:00 Evening Worship 7P Sunday School 10A* Morning Worship 11A Sunday Woeship O:30A
Wed GA's & RA's 6P. Youth 7P Children's Church 11A" Evening Worship 7P Kid Church -Ages 3-5 & 6-I
Adult Bible Study & Prayer 7P- Choir 8P Wednesday Evening 7P
Pastor Mike Brown Pastor Billy Robson Pastor Jim Hurst
(352) 498-5107 (352) 498-3711 (352) 498-3023
First Baptist Church of Old Town Old Town United Methodist Church Central Baptist Church
"Welcome To God's House Won't You Come On In" US 19 Old Town Intersection of Camp SL & Horseshoe Beach Rd.
Sunday School 10A. Morning Worship 11A Food Pantry Open 8am -11am, Mon Thurs.
Evening Worship 6P "Come Let Us Worship & Adore Him" Invites You To Worship With Ust
Wednesday Bible Study 7P Sunday Worship 9:30A "A church where everybody la somebody and Christ is Lord"
Knock & the door will open, seek & you will find, ask & you will be Church School 11A Sunday School 10A Morning Worship 11A
given life eternally. Wednesday Choir Practice 7P Evening Worship 6P "" Wed. Prayer Meeting 7P
Pastor Royce Hanshew Pastor Rev Carl Rainear Pastor David B. Downing
(352) 542-7050 (352) 542-7954 (352) 498-0714

First Baptist Church of Steinhatchee Old Town Church of God Cross City Church of Christ
Riverside Drive Stainhatchee Welcomes You To Come & Worship With Us 5237 52 NE 147th St. (McArthur St.)
"Lighthouse On The Guir Sunday School- 10:OOA Sunday Bible Study- 10:00A
Sunday School 10A" Morning Worship 11A Sunday Morning Worship 11:00A Morning Worship 11:00 A
Evening Worship 6P Sunday Evening Worship 6:OOP Wednesday Evening Bible Study 7:00 P
Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7P Awana 6:30 Wednesday Evening Worship 7:OOP
Pastor Leon Holden Pastor Troy Hare
(352) 498-2108 (352) 542-8222

First Baptist Church of Horseshoe Beach Scrub Creek Baptist Church Cross City Church of God
25 Main Street Horseshoe Beach, FL Located 6 Miles East on CR 351 9 Kenneth Street Cross City
"Where God's Word is Changing Lives" "A Friendly Church With A Welcome Spirit" "Proclaiming The Full Gospel ForAll People"
Children's Church 10:30A Morning Worship 10:30A
Bible Study 10A -Worship 11A Bible Study 9:45A -Worship Service 11A Childr Evening Worship 6n30P
Sunday Evening Worship 6P Church Training 6P Evening Worship 7P Wednesday Family Training HourAdult & Teen Ministry,
Wednesday Bible Study/Prayer 7P Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7P Boy's Brigade & Gir's Club 7:00P
Pastor Carlos M. Perez Pastor Archie Knowles Rev. Ed & Sylvia Ivey, Pastor
(352) 498-0756 (352) 498-5535 (352) 498-3280

First United Methodist Church Seventh-Day Adventist Church Cross City Pentecostal Holiness Church
22 NE 138th St"- Cross City Cross City 100 Parker Street"- Cross City
"Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors" In the Heart of Dixie Co., with Dixie Co. at Heartl
The People of The United Methodist Church "Welcomes You Where Jesus is Lord" Sunday School 10AMorning Worship -11A
Sabbath School 9:30A* Morning Worship 11A Children's Church -Ages 3-7
Sunday School 9:45A Morning Worship 11A Wednesday Prayer Meeting 6:30P Sunday Evening 7:00 pm
Wednesday Adult Choir 7:30P .Wed. Family Night 7:30P Youthquake & Kid's Club
Pastor Rev. Glenda Brayman Pastor Bill Schnorbus Pastor Paul & Louise Tyson
(352) 498-3420 H (352) 498-3258 C (352) 498-5674 (352) 498-0736

-" Harvest Winds Ministries Faith Baptist Church
*-., f ]I\I m 1 mile South of Cross City Hwy 19 CR55A(BetweenCrossCity&OldTown)
> S iL/SI unday School 10:15 "The Church With An Open Door'
-h 1 Sunday School-9:45A Morning Worship 11A
S I ) ... ed.0 Evening Worship 7P
Pastor Weds. Morning Prayer Mid-Week Bible Study-Wednesday- 7P
Pastor Charles & Jackie Bechtold Rev Jackie Pettre Pastor
<- ~ 352-498-4004 or 498-7896 Rev. Jackie Pettrey, Pastor
: -<-; 352-498-4004 or 498-7896 (352) 542-03

Lydia Baptist Church Wind of the Spirit Outreach Ministries First Assembly of God
2 Miles West of Cross City on US 19 Located Behind NAPA in Old Town Hwy 351 & Camp Two Rd. Cross City
"A Church You Can Call Home" "A Church Without Walls"
Sunday-Morning Prayer 9:15A Sunday School 9:45A Sunday Morning 10:30A Sunday Evening 6P Sunda School 1 eMorningWorship 11A
Morning Worship 11A-Evening Worship 7P Tuesday Inte rs Prayer 7:30P S Sunday Children's Church 11A
Wednesday-Prayer Meeting 7P Tuesday, intercessory Prayer 7:30P Sunday Evening 7P Wednesday Evening 7:30P
Bible Study, Mission Friends, RA's, GA's Thursday Night 7:30P
Pastor Wayne Allen Pastor Theadus & Benita Corbin Rev. Marvin & Janice Parsley
(352) 498-5617 (352) 498-5837 (352) 498-3366
S lcra lbbaptist Church Holy Cross Catholic Mission Grace Worship Church
7391 NE 349 Hwy--Corner of 349N/351 A Hwy 19 South of Cross City Power in the Word
Bruce Sullivan, Pastor, Mass Sundays 11:30 am 2 miles NE of Red Light in Old Town, Hwy 349
Old Town: 542-2207 Confessions Sundays 10:45 11:15 am
S ud Towno 542-20u CCD Every Wednesday 6:00 7:15 pm Sunday Services at 11:00 am
Sunday School 9:45 AM; Church 11:00am At St. John the Evangelist in Chieftand Sunday Evening Services at 5:30 pm
Sunday night 6:00 P Discipleship Training 7:00 pm Svc. Gd P t H S
Wednesday night 5:30-8:00--AWAIJA Grades Pre-K thru High School
Wednesday Night 7:00 PM Bible Study Rosary Every Tuesday 3:00 pm Pastor Wayne Liles
Van Ministry Bro. Foy Cell 356-2294 (352) 493-9723 (352) 498-7167


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