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Place of Publication: Cross City, Fla
Publication Date: November 13, 2008
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Briefs

Support your
local sax
player

The DCHS band will
*t be having a car wash
and yard sale from
9 am to 4 pm on
Saturday, Nov. 15
at the High School
Parking Lot. The
yard sale Will be in
the band building.

The Band will also be
selling BBQ pork
lunches on Friday,
November 14th at
the Cross City Park
for $5.00 from 11:00
until 2:00 PM.
Tickets are available
from any band
rhember, booster, or
at the Advocate.

The band is raising
money to help pay
for the trip to
Bradenton for the
State Semi-Finals.
Please help !


At Thursday's County Com-
mission meeting, The Dixie
County Health Department
announced that it has identi-
fied a number of private
wells in the county with ele-
vated levels of Arsenic.
These wells were identified
through testing performed
in the drinking water toxins
program carried out
through the local county
health department.

The drinking water toxins
program is designed to test,
wells when homeowners
have concerns about their
drinking water or to test pri-
vate drinking wells around
areas of known contami-
nants in the county The
health department has been
testing wells through this
program for many years.


area off of Chavous Road
and Cr 55A have tested at
levels above the drinking
water standard.

Arsenic is a naturally occur-
ring metal. It is in rocks
and soil ,water and air.
There are trace amounts of
arsenic in all living matter.
In the past Nearly 90% of
man made arsenic in the
U.S. was used to preserve
wood. It has been used as a
pesticide on farms and in
the production of paints,
dyes, metals and semi-con-
ductors.

State Toxicologist David
Kraus stated that drinking.
water standards have
changed and "Many of
these wells would have been
fine a few years ago." He
continued, saying that the


The wells that were identi- established standards are
fied to have levels of Ar- very conservative and that
senic above the drinking wa- risk is minimal.
ter standard are located pri-
marily in three areas. An The levels in most of the
area around the old Conti- wells that have been tested
nental Turpentine site has have only been slightly ele-
been tested for many years vated, posing a minimal in-
and some Wells have been ,creased risk for develop-
identified to contain arsenic ment of certain cancers and
above the drinking water other conditions. However,
standard. Additionally, residents that use private
some wells in the Old Town wells that test above the


drinking water stan-
dard of 10 micro-
grams per liter are
eligible to receive a
free filter for their
home at no cost
through the Florida
Department of Envi-
ronmental Protec-
tions Water Restora-
tion Program.

The Dixie County
Health Department
will continue to test
wells in areas of
known elevated lev-
els. Residents who
live within a quarter
mile of an identified
elevated well will re-
ceive testing free of
charge. However,
any resident may
have their well tested
for a fee of $25.00 by
the health depart-
ment.

If you have ques-
tions regarding test-
ing procedures or to
have your well test-
ed, please contact the
Dixie County Health
Department at 352-
498-1360 x153.


Dixie County
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TYPE mm Interstate
Cattle Dip Vat MajorArterial
FDOT Major Roads 01107 = MinArteral
= Major Collector
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Florida Deparemnei of Health
Bureau of W\aler Programs


Created by: Bryan Schoonard


Isolated thunderstorms. Highs in
the low 80s and lows in the low
60s.





Scattered thunderstorms possible.


Cloudy'with showers and thunder-
storms..





Sunny. Highs in the mid 60s and
lows in the mid 30s.


Sunshine. Highs in the upper 60s
and lows in the upper 40s.






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INDEX
2 ..........Viewpoints
3...Law Enforcement
4.Announcerfients
5................Football
6..................Local
7...................Local
8................... School
9...............Stuff to Do
10................. Local
11............Classifieds
12................Legals
13................Legals
14......Obits & faith
15.......Entertainment
16..........In Closing


Cowboys Wrangle Bears


by John Kelley matchup with an unbeat- or draw. As predicted the
The Dixie County en record and were look- Bears lost, but they just
Bears travelled to ing to keep it that way. lost in points only, the
Madison County for their The Bears, the undisput- Bears played with limited
last game of the 2008 sea- ed underdogs entered the penalties, tempers held in
son. The Bears faced one foray with an attitude, or check and left the
of the top ranked high maybe an air of joviality Boothill Stadium with
school teams in Florida, telling everyone that the heads held high, looking
the Cowboys. The Cow- Bears were going to enjoy toward next year.
boys came into this year's this last game win, lose, See BEARS, pg 5


Mobile Dental Unit


In Chiefland Nov 17-20


The Florida Baptist Mobile Dental
Unit will be back at the First Baptist
Church of Chiefland the week of No-
vember 17^th through 20^Ath. Our pri-
mary purpose is to treat
emergency dental needs
of extractions with limit-
ed fillings. We do not If You ar
clean teeth or make den- Medica
tures. If you need your
teeth cleaned please con- th
tact Santa Fe Community f l
College Dental Clinic at family
395-5655..

We will be screening pa- dental as
tients on Monday start-
ing at 9am. If you are on
Medicare, Medicaid or
earn less than $1,733 in a
family of 1, then you qualify for our
dental assistance at no charge. Please


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add $600 for each family member to see
if you qualify.

Parents if your child's teeth hurt
please have your school
nurse screen your child
in Medicare; and bring your child's
n Medicare, referral paperwork
or earn less with you Monday
morning. Parents will
$1,733 in a be screened FIRST and
children will be sched-
1, then you uled for Tuesday start-
alify for our ing at 9am.


stance at no The University of
Florida's College of
charge. Dentistry will provide
dental services on
Tuesday and Thursday
9 to 5. We have local dentists on Mon-
day and Thursday evenings from 6 to
9pm.

The Levy County Health Department
will be with us on Monday 9 to noon
providing services while you wait.

Please DO NOT call the church if
you have questions please direct them
to Juanita Melchior at 339-0747.


City Councilman Marcellus

Dawson & City Super.

Johnny Green Indicted


Part of Federal Bribery Sweep through N. Florida


Cross City Superintendent
Johnny Miller Green and
town councilman, Marcellus
Dawson, were indicted
Wednesday for solicitation
of bribes, conspiracy to
commit that offense, and
making false statements
during the course of a feder-
al investigation. Two sitting
Levy County Commission-
ers were also indicted on
similar charges on the same
date. All of these bribery
charges, and the ones faced
by former County Commis-
sioners Alton Land and
"Big" John Driggers, and
former Building and Zoning
officer Billy Keen,, stem
from visits made by a man
who called himself Sean
Michaels, a representative
of south Florida land devel-
oper Gideon Investments;

Dawson and Green are ac-
cused of accepting "several
hundred" dollars from
Michaels at the Bonefish
Grill in Gainesville. Both
men have been suspended
from all city duties. Mr.
Green will be allowed to
"help out" when needed in
the interests of public
health or safety

The indictment alleges that
during the fall of 2007, while


. Green was serving as super-
intendent and Dawson was
serving as city councilman,
the men conspired to accept
things of value with the in-
tent to be influenced and re-
warded in connection with
transactions pending before
the Cross City town council.
Specifically the indictment
alleges that the conspirators
offered their approval for
developments within Cross
City in exchange for money
and other inducements, and
attempted to influence mem-
bers of the town council
and water board to approve
these developments.

Both men are also charged
with making false state-
ments to the FBI.

The Levy County Commis-
sioners, Yearty and Parker,
are accused of receiving
$10,000. Trial is scheduled
for December 8, 2008, in the
United States District Court
in Gainesville.

An indictment is merely a
formal charge that a defen-
dant has committed a viola-
tion of federal criminal law,
and every defendant is pre-
sumed innocent until, and
unless, proven guilty be-
yond a reasonable doubt.


The Babies are Back


Suwannee Riverkeeper Stan Meeks sent us this
picture of the new baby manatee calves currently
hanging around Fanning Springs. Boaters, please
take note and slow down!


Safe to Drink?


Dixie Wells Test Positive for Arsenic


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More greenhouse gas from California?

Here I was, all set to fill everybody in on the details sur-
rounding the outcome of the presidential election, and then
I heard about something that could hit us harder than Flori-
da's Amendment 2 hit Gainesville's gay rights activists.

On October 29th, the state Environmental Regulation Com-
mission (ERC), perhaps in the throes of an early Halloween
Party, opened public hearings on a proposal that Florida
' should adopt California's motor vehicle emission standards.
So what, you say? Well, have you ever been to California? Do
you know anybody who lives there? Do you read much?

Scratch that last question. You'd have had to read more ex-
tensively than the lawyers who were researching Sarah
Palin's personal proclivities to have run across anything
about the ERC's hearings. The proposal was "publicized" in
the August 29th issue of (are you ready for this?) Florida Ad-
ministrative Weekly Didn't see it on the news stands? Didn't
get your copy in the mail? Me neither.

And were you paying attention when the news coverage was
all about the outrageously high $4 a gallon prices? In Califor-
nia, they were paying five bucks and more. And it wasn't
just price-gouging, taxes and contrived shortages.

California's lawmakers apparently think driving on their
crowded highways is a sin. (In fairness, it might be consid-
ered conducive to sinful behavior, because it does seem to
provoke a lot of profanity, which occasionally degenerates
into physical violence.)

Here's how it boils down: The gas you buy in California isn't
exactly the same as what you'd buy anywhere else in the civ-
ilized world. It's not any better, it just conforms to some arbi-
trary standards cooked up by people in white lab coats who
are trying to save the environment by making gasoline more
expensive under the pretense of making it less polluting.

Certain colleagues of these enviropretenders work in other
labs to find ways of making automobile engines less fuel ef-
ficient (even as the federal government embarks on requir-
ing that they be more fuel efficient) by mandating complex
filtering devices which adversely impact both performance
and fuel efficiency in order to effect marginal benefits
through the reduction of C02 emissions.

Meanwhile, California's legislature requires all vehicles
and motor fuels sold in the state to conform to these counter-
productive measures. As has become the custom here in the
land of the free, the Golden State leads the way in enshrin-
ing the absurd. Various states and regions around the coun-
try have their own environmental standards which require
special blends of gasoline and also diesel fuel, but none are
as restrictive as California's.

Now, if you'd prefer that gasoline cost more in Florida than
it does in most other states, and if you'd like to pay more for
your next new car so that it could be fitted with a fuel filter
that would reduce gas mileage and other aspects of perfor-
mance, then go right ahead and support a measure that
would accomplish these lofty goals of California's environ-
mental extremists.

And if that's what you'd prefer, all you have to do is nothing.
This measure won't be a referendum on the 2010 ballot, and
it may even get imposed at the executive level, which means
without the consent of the elected legislature% certain
members of which, I suspect, would prefer not having to
weigh in on this issue.

That ain't good. So, if you'd like to express yourself, write to
your state legislators and let them know how you feel. The
ERC will meet again on December 2nd to hash this out some
more, and they need to be hearing from the taxpayers and
those we elect to look after our interests in Tallahassee.


Shushing the "Shoulds"


by Kathy McKinney

We live in a 24/7 world. It's a rat race, if you sl
can bet that the guy next to you will run you 0o
you out of the game. Winning is everything. I
tive. Working 9-5 isn't enough anymore; get mc
swer emails to clients on your Blackberry while
ing in line at Foodland....does any of this soun(

This is my brain, most of the time...a constant
shoulds" I suspect it's not just me; look at the
to you and ask her what she's running out of a
guarantee you, she keeps a running shopping
list and inventory in her head, all the time.
All of us do. Ask the man sitting next to you
how much toilet paper there is at home, and
you're likely to get a blank stare and a com-
ment that well, there was some on the roll
this morning. Will there be enough there for
when he gets home? Trust me, he has no
idea.

I was telling Doug the other day that I needed
to spend a few days getting stuff done. "Like,
what stuff?" he asked. All of that stuff that's
constantly going around in my head, I an-
swered. I need to wash all of the sheets, and
blankets, I need to clean off a bookshelf to
store my constantly increasing yarn collection
clean out my closet, I need to cut the dog's nail
find Georgia's lost science textbook....you get ti
who are reading this, trust me when I say that
sitting there in your La-Z- Boy watching Cops r
woman sitting across from you may look like s
too, but this ongoing list of stuff that she shou
going around and around in her mind. I may 1
on the outside, but on the inside my mother's v
some reason, for most of us it seems to be our
ranting at us about all of the stuff that I should
done instead ofjust sitting there.

I think that's why so many women find solace
crochet, or needlepoint. .It shuts up that annoy
just a little while, so that you can just sit. And
yet, you're still getting something done.

This need for constant productivity is new. I ti
bly started about the time we began to get elec
in our homes. Before that,it was hey, it's dark,
stop working because, well, it's dark. (This mi
counted for a few of those Walton-sized families
'cha think?) That was, the traditional measure
man; did he work from dawn to dusk to support
Lots of guys still do...I'm not knocking men he
work back-breaking days and deserve to come
evening of. rest. It's a little different for the fer
though.

We're expected to be on call to our jobs and ou
We feel like slackers if we don't check our wor


Higher Court Fees
are a Bad Idea for
Battered Women


A veil of secrecy is descend-
ing over Florida Courts.
While Florida legislators
boast of the "Sunshine
Law"; the Florida Courts are
seeking even more secrecy,
with the help of the Florida
Bar Trial Court Perfor-
mance and Accountability
Commission.

In most Courthouses over
the past 20 years, the court
reporting office
has charged a "Th
small fee to the
public for access to jUl
the recordings of
court proceedings.
The Florida Bar
has proposed a WhethE
rule which will give
prevent the public 9
from obtaining record
these recordings
unless they are
edited first.

If this rule passes, record-
ings which currently cost
less than $20, would cost sig-
nificantly more, and many.
women fighting an unequal
battle in the Family Law
courts do not have the finan-
cial resources it would take
to obtain them. The average
cost is $4.50 per page, plus
court time for court re-
porters. These fees can run
into hundreds and even
thousands of dollars.

Chapters of the Florida Na-
tional Organization for
Women (NOW) have
been conducting court-
watches for many years in
cases where bias and
discrimination against
women have been reported.
These includes rape,
murder, assault, and cus-
tody cases. The Florida
NOW Child Custody/Court
Watch Committee has incor-
porated Court Watch into its


lack off, you
ver and knock
3e competi-
ore done. An-
.e you're wait-
d familiar?


Sunday We're supposed to maintain "House and Garden"
homes, raise our kids, coach soccer, and bake our own
bread. (And we're supposed to look dead-sexy, while we're
elbow-deep in dough with a sticky two-year old hanging
around our knees screaming for candy, too.) Many of us are
doing all this on our own, juggling all of the normal family
roles by ourselves. We feel like we have to be the perfect
parent, housekeeper, and worker, all in one.


whir of "you We never really seem to be. "off" anymore, do we? I don't
woman next ever feel like it, either...and I have two of the absolute best
t home. I can jobs a person can have as far as scheduling and flexibility.
My mind never lets me shut off the ongo-
T rA r ing drone of responsibilities; of stuff that
Take rest; I should be doing. The whir of things
that,if I were more productive, or orga-
a field that has nized or skinny, or good looking, or
smarter, that I would be accomplishing in
rested gives a my 24 hour day. I always eat lunch at my
Rested gives a desk, mouse in one hand, DQ fries in the
other. There is no time for long, leisurely
bountiful lunches. Stuff has to get done. I have to
do it all, faster, better and, well...faster.
crop." This can NOT be healthy
Ovid This is probably why women are starting
to catch up to men in the "heart attack
prone" category. The saddest part of it is;
, I need to nobody, is standing over us with a whip, yelling "WORK!"
s, I need to Most of us do this to ourselves. We drive ourselves past,the
ie idea. Men point of endurance with the ongoing list of shouldds" We
when you are worry about what people would think if they knew our clos-
reruns, the et floor was covered with shoes and shirts that had thrown
he's watching, themselves, like insane suicidal jumpers, off of the hangers
ld be doing is where we put them on laundry day. (Maybe the boots and
ook relaxed flip-flops are down there yelling "jump!jump!" I don't know
voice (for for sure, but I have my suspicions.) I'm not confessing that
mother) is my closet is a disaster, mind you, I'm just sayin' that some
d be getting people may have that as an issue. My closet is perfectly orga-
nized. Shut up, yes it is.

in knitting, So I'm sitting here on a beautiful Sunday afternoon, knitting
ring voice for a shawl, cooking dinner, writing this editorial, and doing
relax. And load after load of laundry, telling you: Do as I say, not as I do.
Stop the multi-tasking, just for a few days. Take your time.
Watch hours and hours of mindless television and don'tfeel
think it proba- guilty. Vegetate. Do absolutely nothing. Your brain (and
trical lighting heart) will thank you.
it's time to
ght have ac- RS. SHAME!!! Shame on everyone who did not go to the
es, too, don't Veteran's Day Parade. Shame on every single political can-,
of a good didate, public employee and private citizen who did not take
t his family? 15 minutes out of your Tuesday to show respect to those"
*re. Some men who gave up considerably more than that for you. Shame on
home to an the school groups and scouts and everyone else who should
male half, have been there, bhit weren't. Shame on all of you who show
up to celebrate high school football and not our veterans.
And kudos to the DCHS marching band & the DCSO, Cross
r kids 24/7. City PD & EMS for taking the time and to Tank & Debbie
.k email on Lee for putting so much personal sweat into it.


active agenda. Adele
Guadalupe, from the Florida
NOW Child Custody/Court
Watch Committee says
"We've received many fran-
tic calls and emails from
mothers who have lost cus-
tody of their children to
abusers with documented
histories of sexual abuse
and domestic violence."
In these never-ending court-
room battles when the fa-
ther fights for sole custody,
the mother frequently loses
everything, becomes
impoverished, and ends up
living a life of despair. The
parent with the most money,


e idea of a

dge having

discretion

er or not to

us a public

is of great

concern"


power, and in-
fluence is
somehow able
to convince
judges that
only his side
need be heard
in order to
make a deci-
sion. In many,
cases, Judges
are even re-
fusing to let
children of


any age relate
their relevant experiences.

Palm Beach County Public
Defender Carey Haughwout,
board member of the Flori-
da Association of Public De-
fenders, is submitting com-
ments to the Supreme Court
on behalf of the FAPD. "The
idea of a judge having dis-
cretion whether or not to
give us a public record is of
great
concern" Haughwout said.
"This is a wholesale restric-
tion on access to a public
event." When Haughwout
receives a complaint about
the conduct of a lawyer or a
judge, she first listens to the
sound recording. This new
rule could detrimentally af-
fect the outcome of justice
in many cases.

Florida NOW urges the
Florida Supreme Court to
deny this new rule.


Dog Nappers Beware stolen and never seen again.
Well all I can say is that
don't give up and as soon as
I want to thank everyone your doggoes missing do
who was looking for my what I did and if you need
stolen pug. Some people help I will be more than
just don't have feelings, glad to help I got my dog
shame, pride or even re- back through a source who
spect, when it comes to oth- wishes to remain annony-
er people's property The two mous. I don't blame them we
persons or may I say ani- live in a small town and
mals, savages !!!! who stole everyone is related in some
niy lil pug right out of my way
blue Ford Explorer and you
know who you are, on I want to thank that person
Wednesday night from in who came forward and
front of Foodland and Dol- spoke out, you have no idea
lar General, my dogs are how much it meant to me
just like my children, and if that someone cared enough
you had any kids taken to look up at a picture of a
away from you, you would puppy and put two and two
know how it feels, like some- together. I also want to
one just ripped your heart thank all the businesses
right out of your chest, now that let me put up fliers at
a heartless person wouldn't their windows starting
know that or how it feels. with Cross City, Old Town
So the next time you decide and some of Fanning
So the next time you decide Springs. Without them. let-
to take anything out of any- ting me put up my fliers I
body's car make sure you wouldn't have found one of
think again!!! Because you e
stole from the wrong person
when you stole from me. I We need to be on the look
am going to take you down, out for suspicious people
I will drag you through any looking at our yards our
court house there is to drag dogs our properties, and it
you, until you pay for what doesn't hurt to pick up the
you and your boyfriend did phone and call 911 let them
to me and my family!!! know that there a suspi-
Through our court system, cious person or car or some-
and hopefully teach those of thing like that. Call 911
you who are steeling dogs they are there to help out
from other peoples houses, keep crime down, help in
cars etc.. a lesson you will preventing this or any other
never forget!!!. crimes from happening
again!!!
As I was putting up fliers again!!!
from that same night to the Thank you again to all!!!!
day I found my pug and Elaine Ortiz-Harden
everytime I put up a flier 'Angry at these heartless
someone would come up and cowards"
tell me how thier dog was

Statement by David Anderson, Executive Director, Audubon of
Florida, on the modified deal with U.S. Sugar Corp to purchase its
land for restoration of the Everglades.
"It's better than the deal that was originally announced. The state
gets the lands needed in the Everglades Agricultural Area for wa-
ter storage, treatment and conveyance. And communities in the
area get to keep the sugar mill, citrus processing plant, rail lines
and some cane fields. So, in the end, the state will have what it
needs to move forward with restoration of the Everglades, while
protecting the economic integrity of the region."
(Yeah....ooookkkaaayyyy...---ed)


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Law Enforcement


Dixie County Dive
Team Goes To School


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The Dixie County Emergency Services Joint Search
and Rescue Dive Team took a class on diving in conta-
minated water and using drysuits. Most of the recover-
ies done by the team are considered contaminated wa-
ter. The class is taught and sponsored by Diving Unlim-
ited International technical diving from California.
Search and rescue dive agencies from as far away as
Va., SC and the Pentagon consisting of law enforce-
ment at all levels, including the US Army attended the
class. This "class prepared the team for recoveries un-
der the most extreme conditions and furthered the
technical status of the divers. Most of the members are
no longer recreational divers but are some of the most
well trained underwater search divers in the state due
to the renounced Division Chief and instructor Mike
McCaskill. The training of the team will continue to
further their experience to better serve our community


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Hunting Accident

On Bowlegs


On Sunday, November 9, only one day into gun season,
Dixie County's hunting accident count stands at one.
Sunday afternoon 26 year old Candace Bordine, of Old.
Town, was out with a group who were running hogs
with their dogs. She was sitting in the front seat of an
extended cab pickup when a shot rang out. The projec-
tile from that shot went through the cab of the pickup,
continued through Ms. Bordine's midriff, and cpntin-;
ued in. its flight, ultimately striking the truck's
gearshift and bouncing off to come to rest in the seat
beside her.

The FWC says that the incident is under investiga-
tion, as they were, at the time of this writing, unsure
as to the source of the ill-fated slug. The FWC stated
that they believe the round to have been fired in acci-
dent. Ms'. Bodine's injuries were, thankfully, not fatal.
The FWC could not comment on her present condition,
but their spokesperson implied that she was doing as
well as could be expected, considering.

Let's hope this is the worst accident that Dixie sees
this year.


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Announcements


Jaxson James Ridgeway
MG and Danielle Ridgeway
are proud to announce the
birth of their son. Jaxson
James Ridgeway
Jaxsonwas born at North
Florida Women's Center in
Gainesville, on September
10, 2008 at 1:50am. He
weighed 7 pounds 9 ounces
and measured 21 inches in
length.
Jaxson's maternal grandpar-
ents are Trina Jenkins and
Joe Giles of Cross City and
Danny Joe Jenkins of
Chiefland.
His maternal great-grand-
Y .parents are Martha Ann
Johnson and the late Sonny
.Johnson of Cross City And'
the late Doris Jenkins of
Chiefland.
Paternal grandparents are
Doyle and Diane Ridgeway
of Trenton. Paternal great-
grandparents are Claudia
Simpson of Chiefland and
the late Buddy Knowles of
Chiefland. Doris Hinson of
Bell and the late Milford
Ridgeway of Trenton.
Jaxson was welcomed home
by friends and family.
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Girl Scouts Visit W.O.T.M


Suwannee River W.O.T.M. Chapter ,494 invited the Girl Scouts & Brownies from
Troops 377, 1636, & 158 Old Town for an early evening of fun and food. Representing
the troops were Sr. Girl Scout Christine Gurley, Caddette Anna Kelly, Jr. Scouts Bre-
annah Kirbym and Cheyenne Williamson, Brownie Anna Eilliamspn, and Scout
Leader Debbie Sweem.
October is named in honor of the children of mooseheart "mooseheart Month" at
the WO.T.M. The Girl Scouts from Old Town started off the evening leading us in
the Pledge of Allegiance to our American Flag, arid then the National Anthem. Sr.
Regent Sheila Gainey had the scouts introduce themselves and then it was question
and answer time. The scouts told us about their activities, their work in community
service, and their church. Sr.,Regent presented their leader, Debbie Sweem, with a
check and invited them back. The scouts gave their Girl Scout Promise and the Gurl
Scout Law and were treated to a spooky night lunch.


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Hunting Season in Dixie is something most of us look forward to each year. It is a time honored
tradition where a lifetime of Friends and Memonres are made.
This year opening day was bitter sweet for the Red-0 Osteen crew of Crane Bay.
As we gathered on our stands and roll call was made to see if everyone was ready, there was a
void when 2 names were left out, CRICKET & FROG. They were both greatly missed.
As the dogs trailed and then jumped, I believe that'Cricket and Frog had the best stand of all.
As they looked on from above they could hear and see it all.
After a good run, the deer stepped out in front of Darian Brown and he downed it.
CRICKET & FROG, Thanks for the Memories.. THIS BUCKS FOR YOU!lH
Red-O, Paul, Monk, Bones, T.J., Darian, Tony, Big-O, Swamp Rat, Cody, Shawn and the entire
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expression of Clove and.concern that was expressedcto our amiCy
during the Coss of our Covedone, BiCCie Everett. h4e fooiflowers
I caras,yhone calCs, and the many prayers willCaways 6e recious
. in our memories.

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Football & Fun


From BEARS, page 1
The score you ask, well here it
is, Cowboys 54, the Bears 0.
The quarters went like this;
Madison kicked off to the
Bears, four plays later the
Cowboys take the ball and in
four plays, or less score. The
Cowboys kick to the Bears
and four plays later blah,
blah, blah same old story, well
not really, but how can you de-
scribe the struggle on the
field as the Bears tried
valiantly to defensively con-
trol the game.
Scott, Keen and West played
.both offense and defense to
make up for injured players.
Godbolt, Wilkerson and Wood
held up their end of the team
providing key plays to help
the Bears stay alive. The Cow-
boys held Dixie County stand-
out Rodney Scott to only forty-


four yards in seventeen car-
ries, Mike West, up and com-
ing replacement for the col-
lege bound Scott,
managed thirty- "Th
two yards in eight
carries. Godbolt didn't g
playing as good as we wa
he has played all
year had three re- but we
ceptions for twen-
ty-eight yards. every g
The last series of few issu
plays in the game, off the
pretty well sums it
up for the Bears.
Here is how it went
down; the Cowboys 9
score with three
minutes to play, they kick off
to Dixie County and the Bears
take the ball on the twenty
yard line, Keen tries to pass
but ends up holding the ball
for a slight gain. The next
play Keen hands the ball to
West who pow-
ers out a few
more yards be-
fore being
smothered by
Cowboys.
Third down
Keen throws an
incomplete
pass. Seconds
left Keen gives
Ball to Scott,
.low and behold
Scott finds
room and takes
Soff down field
on a seventy
yard foot race
to the end zone.
As the clock
runs out and
Rodney crosses
they goal line,
that old yellow
..., flag floats to


the ground way back in the
back field. The Bears are de-
nied their only score of the


is season
o the way
nted it to,
got better
ame, with
es on and
field. Our
character
ot better."


night on a block-
ing below the
waist' penalty
That preserved
the Cowboy's from
the humiliation of
having the Bears
score against
them. This is men-
tioned only be-
cause it serves to
illustrate the way
the Bears played
all season.
They always
played to the end


of each game no matter
whether ahead or behind, but
always with heart, every play-
er giving his all. Coach Wilk-
erson summed it up to the
tired, defeated boys after the
game, "This season didn't go
the way we wanted it to, but
we got better every game,
with few issues on and off the
field. Our character got bet-
ter." That last closing sen-
tence was all that really mat-
tered, maybe not to the play-
ers at moment, but to the par-
ents out on the field, some
with tears in their eyes, look-
ing at the boys that they had
raised and nurtured, it meant
the boys had grown into men.
Next year the Bears will field
a more experienced team,
they will have learned from
their mistakes of this season.
Look for Cassidy to improve
to one hundred per cent each
game. Keen and West will be
the team leaders backed up
by players like Albach,
Rhodes and Schlusemeyer
moving up. I cant wait... GO
BEARS!


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Horseshoe
Cleanup
Day.

The Horseshoe
Beach Library
wants to thank all
of hte residents
that participated in
"Clean Up Day" on
November 5th.
We had three truck-
loads full of rub-
bish bags just with-
in the city limits!
I would like to re-


mind our visitors
to please pick up
their refuse and
leave our city free
of debris.
We want to thank:
Dennis Buckley
Sandra Delson
Barbara Hacking
Bill Maroney
Lindy and David
Mather
patti and Steve No-
vak
Maxie and Mike
Purner
Flo Gilchrist


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I am extremely grateful for the opportunity to serve the people of Dixie
County as your County Commissioner. Your prayers, support and kind
words have been important to me and my service will be conducted
wholeheartedly to you and this county.. During this campaign, I have
listened to the voice of the people and I will work hard to make things'
happen for the betterment of Dixie County.

I would also like to say thank you to my family
and campaign team for all of your encourage-
ment and assistance during this election.

Thank you again Dixie County It will be an M
honor to serve this Community!!

Sincerely,
Ronnie Edmonds
Political advertisement paid for and approved by Ronnie Edmondsdemocratic candidate for County Commissioner


THANK YOU


I would like to say a big "Thank You" to everyone who
voted for and supported me during my campaign.

A special, thanks to those who allowed me to place signs
on their property, wore my shirts and caps, attended the'
speaking, and encouraged me through their words and
prayers.

I especially appreicate my friends and family for
supporting me. Thanks to all and may God bless you.

Kenneth "Tank" Lee

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NEW PROSPECT
BAPTIST NEWS

Sunday was a beautiful
day both outside and in-
side, as we gathered in
God's house to worship
Him with other Chris-
tians and hear His unerr-
ing Word. Our choir and
musicians did a jam-up
job and, as an added
bonus, we were blessed
with a beautiful song by
Aimee, April and Tracey,
all of whom did a fine job
singing...any chance of
making it a weekly event,
girls? When his turn
came, Bro. Billy rose to
the occasion by deliver-
ing God's message from
Malachi 3:10, a fine, Spir-
it-filled message, indeed.

Our monthly Business
Meeting is scheduled for
Wednesday evening, Nov.


12th, as well as the first
of three sessions for tak-
ing photographs for our
upcoming Church Direc-
tory On Sunday, Nov.
16th, we will have our
Annual Thanksgiving
Dinner at the church an-
nex immediately follow-
ing morning church ser-
vices. Monday, Nov 17th,
we will have the second
round of photos for the
Church Directory..stay
tuned.

It was wonderful to have
visitors once again Sun-
day Please be reminded
that visitors are always
welcome to come out and
worship God with us and
enjoy the Christian fel-
lowship!

Have a good week, and
may God bless and keep
you. safe.


Music Camp


Suwannee Spirit Kids' Music Camp is held four
times each year at,the Spirit of 'the Suwannee Music
Park in Live Oak, Fla. This wonderful musical camp
is designed to instill in youngsters a love for fiddle,
banjo, guitar, mandolin music and singing so they
may inherit from others a love of music and pass on
the old time music and instrument playing. A Sunday
performance features all the students, and it's always
amazing how much the kids enjoy showing off what
they've learned in a weekend. The event is free for
children ages 5-17, but parents MUST be onsite while
the children are in class. The event includes registra-
tion Friday night, classes Saturday morning, Satur-
day afternoon arts and crafts, cook-out Saturday
evening and classes Saturday evening and Sunday
morning. The Sunday afternoon concert is amazing
and instills self-confidence in kids, most who could
not play an instrument prior to the weekend. If your
child doesn't have an instrument, one will be provid-
ed. To register your child, make reservations or if
you hiavie questions, call 386-364-1683 or go to the
SOSMP Website at www.musicliveshere to learn
more. In addition to the music camp, there will be en-
tertainment in the Music Hall on Friday and Satur-
day night also. Plan now to spend the weekend.


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Commission Hears
Bad News About
Arsenic & Tax
Revenue

The County Commission
meeting on November
sixth was standing-room
only, as usual. A repre-
sentative of GulfView at
Jena appeared to ask ap-
proval for a decrease in
density for the Planned
Residential Community
to 57 lots on the 37 acre
parcel. Chairman Buddy
Lamb said that the Com-
mission would have to're-
fer the matter to Leenette
McMillan, County Attor-
ney, and that a meeting
should be set up. Lamb
stated, "I suggest a repre-
sentative. of the Regional
Planning Council should
be present. There have-
been changes in regulato-
ry issues, so all that's go-
ing to have to jell."

The Division of Forestry
informed the Commis-
sion in its annual report
that they fought 57 fires
this year, with 507.3 acres
burned, or 8.9 acres per
fire. The figure was.
slightly up from last year
due to dry weather.

Joyce Davis, Tax Collec-
tor, sadly announced that
no property tax money
could be expected for a
while, because the 2008
tax rolls were not com-
plete due to new exemp-
tions. Chairman Lamb
joked, "Ain't nothing like
being told the check ain't
in the mail."

The Health Department
did a presentation about *
arsenic levels found in
local wells. (See com-
plete story, page one.),


FOUND


DOG:
Found near
knights sawmill
appr. 1 week ago.
Call to identify.
498-7340


Stan Ridgeway from Big
Bend Water explained
that a developer in Jena
who had previously
promised to hook up 50
units to water has backed
out of the deal and now
the contract award for
running water service
across the river is tabled.


Some discussion was
made about appointments
to the Suwannee Water
Board. A list of a few
willing participants was
read, and two were cho-
sen for the Board after
Mr. Valentine stated he
wanted some more dis-
cussion on the names.
Commissioner Hayes,


He also said
that a rate
study had n
been tenta- "Ain't nothing
tively passed,
but that there like being told
was an error
and that the check
$100,000 that
was in the paintt in
2008-09 budget
was not fund, the mail '
ed and that a
new study and
rates are go- --Buddy Lamb
ing to be nec-
essary Com-
missioner
Valentine stat-


ed that he understood the
necessity and that"'You
gotta do what you gotta
do."


who repre-
sents the
Suwannee
area, was not
present at the
meeting, due
to being "out
of state."


New Commis-
sion members
were congrat-
ulated and ex-
iting members
were thanked
for their ser-
vice to the
County


The next commission
meeting that was sched-
uled for the 20th has been,
cancelled due to schedul-
ing conflicts and Thanks-.
giving.



'. '.Am Tict 'FIial


Dixie County Education
Foundation has Annual
Meeting

The Education Foundation
celebrated its 10th birthday
on Monday evening with a
buffet dinner and a quilt
drawing. Ms. Kathryn
McGinnis won the quilt.

Officer nominations were
made and scholarships to
teachers for special projects
were distributed. Partners
Progress Energy, Lake City
Community College and
Capital City Bank appeared
to accept thanks for the
many scholarships that
have been made possible by
their membership.

Carol West appeared to
thank Mrs. Anne Hodges
for handling the Founda-
tion's books and to appeal
to all members to seek out
new donors for scholar-
ships. The economic crisis
is having a detrimental ef-
fect on the number and
amounts of scholarships
that the Foundation is able
to.provide to Dixie's gradu-
ating Seniors. Anyone who
is interested in helping
please contact Ms. West or
any Foundation member. *


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Should like to thank each and every one of my family members and fil' ends that helped me
throughout my campaign. I would also like to send out my sinere appreciation to the people that.
supported and voted lifor me ion Novemberr 4th. wou ld like to thank my opponents for running a
clean and respectful campaign.. In addr'" ition, I would lik e to congratulate Sheriff Dewey H. Hatcher















for his re-election.
During my campaign I was able to meet.citizen throughout our community that I would not have
met otherwise. I have made new friends that I will never forget and I have gotten closer to my old-lli

friends. Now I would like to say to thank each and every one of my family members and friends thathelped me
throughout my campaign. I would at thlso like to send out my full sincere apprection to trun for she people that
supported and voted for me on November 4th. look intould like to thank my opponents for running a
clean and respectful campaign.. In addition, I would like to congratulate Sheriff Dewey H.my fHatcher
for his re-election.

During my campaign I was able to meet.citizens'throughout our community that I would not have
met otherwise. I have made new friends that I will never forget and I have gotten closer to my old
friends. Now I would like to say to the citizens that I was unable to meet and to the citizens who
were unable to support me that at this time in my life it is my full intention to run for sheriff again at
a later date, so I am asking the community to look into my life, check my history and to see what I
stand for and keep an eye on me throughout the next several years. Watch the way my family
and I live our lives. I guess what I am asking is that you watch me as if I had won this election
and I feel that when you are educated on the life that I live and where I stand, you will feel more
comfortable about supporting me when I come to ask for your support next time.
Although I lost this election, I feel as if I won, for the friends and experience that I gained through-
out my campaign. It has been an honor and a privilege to be a candidate in this election, thank
you again.

Sincerely,
CHAD EVERETT


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Thursday November 13, 2008


School Stuff


DCHS School,
Advisory Committee
,to Meet

Dixie County High
School Advisory Commit-
tee will meet on TuWesday,,
November 18, 2008 at 7:15
AM in the Library. We
.will discsss portions of
the School Advisory Plan.
Future meeting dates
are asfolldws '
S Tuesday. November 18,
2008

* Tuesday, January 20, 2009

STuesday, February 17,
2009

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Tuesday, April 21, 2009


Students of the Month: AES


7- c* C ~'C ,E-mi -.y . lkm, R y Walke
Pre-K-Nicholas Chesser, Emily Walker, Ruby Walker


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Mrs. Walker: Mateo
Copeland Kindergarten--Chloe Newberry, Blake Fowler: Jessica Maze


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"I will
study and
get ready,
and
perhaps
my chance
will come."

--Abraham Lincoln


Thank you!


The Class of 2012 would like'to thank the following
people and businesses for, their donations and items
loaned to our freshman class during Homecoming
week. AN extra big thank you to all of our parents
who gave their time to help us work on our banner,
skit, and our float. We/had a "groovy" week and ap-
preciate all of these people for making it possible.
Flying Hawk
Wes and David Carr, Carr Contracting Inc.
Steinhatchee Ace Hardware
Liles Ace Hardware
Danny-Hoffman
Stanley McHenry & Foodland
Steven Petty
Glenn Osteen & Campbell Group
Keith Cannon


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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 B *- "'
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!

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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

Another Way, Inc. the local certified domestic
violence and rape crisis center needs
volunteers.

We have many opportunities to put your
talents to work.

Stand out from the crowd, volunteer.

Please contact Rebecca at 352 498-1293


Playing' at the Chief...

A Nice Family Gathering opens Monday at the Chief
Theatre in Chiefland, Florida. Come and enjoy an
evening of light humor and laughter, maybe a tear or
two. Play starts 2:30 on Sunday and Thursday, Friday
and Saturday at 8 and Sunday at 2:30. Hope to see you
there.


You're Invited
to an exciting Event!
Let's talk Optimum Health
verses Premature Death!
Come see a 12 year old
Hamburger!
Join us to find out more
and bring a friend!
You could save their life!
Date: Tues. Nov. 18th
Time:TPM 7
Location: Horseshoe City
Hall
Call Dana for more info:
498-5998
Refreshments will be
provided!
Admission is Free!

Woodmen of the World

Thanksgiving Dinner
November 18th
6 pm
at the Lodge Hall
Covered Dish Dinner


Open House

The Dixie County Historical Society would like to say
"THANKS" to all who participated in our Quilt and
Craft Show. We had a wonderful time and wish you
all could have stopped by to see. Our special "Thank
You" goes to Mrs Joyce Hamilton for the donation of
the quilt for the raffle. She also made some other
items that we sold at the show. Thank you, Joyce. We
had great participation in our raffle from the wonder-
ful people in our area. Thank You! The lucky winner
of the quilt was Regina Mims.
If you missed the Quilt and Craft Show, I want to re-
mind you that we will be having our Open House on
November 17, 2008. We are getting our Christmas dec-
orations ready and having a great time doing it! So,
mark your calendar for November 17th and 6:30 PM
for the Open House at the Dixie County Cultural Cen-
ter located on the corner of Highway 349 and 55A in
Old Town. Come and see what a great place we have
for our Dixie County Historical Society office, muse-
um, and genealogy department. See you there!


CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH
PRESENTS 11/16:
STEPHANIE LEAVING "Sharing God's
Love Through Testimony & Song"

Central Baptist Church invites you to join us on Sun-
day 11AM, November 16th for a service'you will never
forget. Stephanie Leavins will be joining us in wor-
ship to our Lord, Jesus Christ! Stephanie was born
with Muscular Dystrophy, and has spent her entire
life in a wheelchair. Her faith in God was only
strengthened because of this handicap. She has used
this opportunity to inspire and encourage audiences
all across the country. Her courage and the joy she
has in her life is contagious. You will be blessed as
she shares the many miracles God has performed in
her life. Stephanie has devoted her life to telling peo-
ple of God's love and mercy through her testimony
and song. Her ministry is one of hope and encour-
agement. Please make plans to join us!'

The monthly meeting of the
John Birch Society
Gilchrist County Library, 105 NE 11th Ave,
Trenton
across from Trenton High School
Monday, November 17th at 7:00 pm

Contact Hank Richstine 542-8617


BUTLER FAMILY REUNION

The Butler Family Reunion is scheduled for Sunday,
November 30. The reunion will be held at the pavillion
beside the Butler Cemetery. We will eat at 1:00 pm.
All friends and family are invited to attend. Bring a
covered dish and come join us. For more information,
you can call 498-3128 or 542-0594.


Fellowship Baptist in Steinhatchee
to Host Fall Bible Conference

Fellowship Baptist Church of Steinhatchee will host
their Fall Bible Conference November 16th-19th with
Brother Ed Lacy as teacher. Brother Lacy is a full-
time Southern Baptist Evangelist/Bible Teacher
whom God has used in many countries. He has re-
cently returned from St. Petersburg, Russia where he
taught a large group of pastors from two Russian
Baptist Unions.
The Bible Conference will begin on Sunday morning
at 10:00 AM and continue Sunday Evening and Mon-,
day-Wednesday evenings will be at 7:00 PM. Brother
Lacy will be teaching on Matthew 5--"God's Secret to
Happiness."
For further information, call Pastor Ron Coward at
352-498-5205. The public is invited to attend this free
conference.


UNIT 383 Bake Sale

American Legion Auxiliary Unit 383, Old Town, ap-
plauds those who marched or took part in the Veter-
an's Day parade. Also, thanks are due to those who
distributed poppies for remembrance of our fallen sol-
diers. The Unit will hold a bake/yard sale on Satur-
day, November 15th, in front of Gail's Cafe. As the hol-
iday season approaches, please remember the less for-
tunate families in the area. Food banks have sent out
a distress call this winter. Non-perishable food items
are needed by the United Christian Services and other
charitable organizations, which will distribute them at
Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Help the band get to semi-finals!!

Lunches on. sale for this Friday

Contact any Band member or

booster

Tickets avail at the Advocate $5.00


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ALL DIXIE COUNTY
SENIOR CITIZENS
ARE CORDIALLY
INVITED TO
HOLY CROSS
CATHOLIC
MISSION'S
30TH ANNUAL
COMPLEMENTARY
SENIOR CITIZENS
THANKSGIVING
DINNER

TUESDAY, NOV 18,
2008
STARTING AT 12
NOON
HOLY CROSS HALL

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Cross City on US
Highway 19


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RUTH RAINS MIDDLE SCHOOL
ANDERSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DIXiE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL


Acute & Chronic Disease Care Minor Surgical Procedures
Laceration Repair s Employment Physicals
Well Child & Newborn Care Family Planning / OB Care
School & Sports Physicals School Health Services
Treatment for Asthma Preventative Health Care
WIC Coupons Dental Services
Laboratory & X-Ray HIV Anonymous & Confidential Testing

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I am extremely grateful for the opportunity to serve the people of Dixie County as your
County Commissioner. Your prayers, support and kind words have been important to me
and my service will be conducted wholeheartedly to you and this county. During this
campaign, I have listened to the voice of the people and I will work hard to make things
happen for the betterment of Dixie County.
I would also like to say thank you to my family and campaign team for all of your
encouragement and assistance during this election.
Thank you again Dixie County I It will be an honor to serve this
Community I!
sincere County Commi,sioner.


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Thursday November 13. 2008


Pane 10


Redneck Tech
by Eli Loy



Guns


As now is the time for all
of the firearms enthusi-
asts to go out and shoot at
stuff, I-thought I'd discuss
some of the latest tech-
nologies that are, or may
be, changing the way we
kill things.

"Smart Guns"


This is one of those
-ideas that seems like a
good idea at the time, kin-
da like tequila. Personal-
ly, I wouldn't be caught
dead with one of these
particular devices. A
smart gun is a firearm
that is supposed to only
fire in the hands of an au-
thorized user. Systems
have accomplished, or at-
tempted to accomplish,
this by various means.
One model of pistol
would only fire when
magnetic ring, worn by
the user, disengaged the


trigger locking mecha-
nism. This simple design
is actually one that I
would favor over some of
the others. Another smart
system had the user wear
a transmitting bracelet.
The problem in this de-
sign is that the guns bat-
tery, or the battery in the
bracelet could go dead,
thereby rendering the


firearm inoperable. RFID
(Radio Frequency ID)
chips provided a promis-
ing system, as the
ring/bracelet/whatever
that the user would wear
would not need batteries,
as the RFID chip part of
the system is passive. The
gun's battery could still
go dead, and at an incon-
venient time. A much
newer smart gun has
been prototyped by the
New Jersey Institute of
Technology The gun has
sensors embedded in the
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that measure the size of
the users hand, strength
of their grip, and hand
placement. An obvious
problem with that system
is that factors such as
stress and fatigue can
change the strength of
your grip dramatically.
Also, if you are in a hur-
ry to get the gun firing
(lets face it, if you NEED
your gun you're in a hur-
ry) you may not place
your hand exactly the
way you did when the
firearm was pro-
grammed, thus rendering
the gleaming, technology-
embedded glock, useless.

Ideally, smart guns could
prevent a lot of'deaths. It
could prevent children
from tampering with
their parent's pistols, it
could also prevent your:
own handgun from being
turned against you. In the
loig run, however, until
the systems become more
reliable they could cause
more deaths than they


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prevent.


"Metal Storm"

Many of us are familiar
with the way the modern
semi-automatic firearm
operates. During the fir-
ing process a shell is
loaded and fired, working
the autoloading mecha-
nisms to chamber the
next round. Well, a rela-
tively new arms manufac-
turer has come up with a
much simpler way to do
that. Seemingly inspired
by a roman candle, Metal
Storm's weapon systems
have only one moving
part: the bullet. The
S"gun", as it were, is a self
contained magazine, bar-
rel, and ammunition. The
system is comprised of a
metal tube which is open
at one end. inside this
tube is stacked slugs., be-
twixt these projectiles is
packed propellant (think
,roman candle). The bul-
lets are fired from the
tube electronically, and in
sequence. Thus each pull
of the trigger looses the
closest charge to the end
of the barrel. Here's
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comes in. Due to the en-
tire firing system being
reduced to a tube, a bat-
tery, and a button, all of
the space taken up by the
magazine, action, firing
pin, etc, can be used for...
more barrels!

While still theoretical, a
pistol made with Metal
Storm's technology could
have several barrels in
the space that a normal.
(read "boring") pistol
would only have one.
Imagine the applications!
A single 1911-sized frame
could contain as many as
16 .22 caliber barrels.
Each barrel would con- '
tain multiple rounds of
ammunition, the capacity
could be massive. Alter-
nately, you could put in a
few .22 cal barrels, a few
.38 cal barrels, and a .44
or .45 or two just for good
measure. Thus with a
simple press of a button,
you could change the cal-
iber of the ammunition
that you are firing from
your gun. Different com-
binations of less-
lethal/lethal ammunition
could allow a user to
choose whether they
wanted to pelt a pesky
varmint with plastic, or
do away with it entirely
by toggling over to a
lethal round.

A prototype machine
gun has been made which
can theoretically deliver
over 1,000,000 rounds per
minute. The theoretically
comes from the fact that
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gun with that much recoil
being attached to it and
fired. While I'm really not
for too much electrical
apparatus being embed-
ded in my guns, this is
one firearm that I would
consider purchasing if it
ever makes it into the
consumer market.

"Robo-Turret"

In 2006, Samsung Tech-
wire announced a
$200,000, all weather, 5.56
mm robotic machine gun
to guard the Korean DMZ.
It can track multiple mov-
ing targets using IR and
visible light cameras, and
is under the control of a
human operator. The In-
telligent Surveillance and
Guard Robot can "identify
and shoot a target auto-
matically from -two miles
away" The robot, which
was developed by a South
Korean university, uses
twin'optical and infrared
sensors to identify targets
from 2.5 miles in daylight
and around half that dis-
tance at night.
It is also equipped with
communication equip-.
ment: A microphone and
speakers, so that pass-
words can be exchanged
with human troops. If the
person gives the wrong
password, the robot can
sound an alarm or fire at
the target using rubber
bullets or a swivel-mount-
ed K-3 machine gun.
So, now you've met some-
of the latest gadgets that
we've developed for pelt-
ing things with various
high-velocity projectiles.


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Porcelain, Glass, Plastic, We'll make it right...
Good as new! Reasonable prices!
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Pump Repairs All Makes & Models
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Serving the Tri-County Area ,
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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. Fbr 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. -
snacks available. Free coffee. Rosary
every Wednesday at 6:00 pm. 352-493-
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. Uffn

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

DIXIE 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





TIMBERS
APARTMENTS
.$199 MOVE IN
SPECIAL!

"THE BEST PLACE TO
LIVE"
1,2, & 3 BR HC and non-
HC accessible apartments.
Hwy 351A Timber Lane,
Cross City, FL. Call 352-
498-3175, TDD/TTY 711.
Equal Housing
Opportunity.




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)


ADVERTISERS:


Now is the time to get your
ads ready for the busy
Christmas Season. Don't wait
until the last minute!

Call Kathy at 352-498-3312
or email
editor@dcadvocate.net






RN'S NEEDED Cross City
Rehab is looking for RN's FTT
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


DUNN RITE Painting-Pres-
sure washing, great work,
great prices- no job to big or
small-Free estimates-Lic. &
Ins. Call 352-21,0-0122.
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.
ufn



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
Ufn



'HARRIS STUMP GRIND-
ING 498-5982- or 210-0534.
Call Miles or Rick Licensed-
Insured. Ufn


Jim's Pressure Washing/
Exterior Painting
Let me get your home or busi-
ness looking good for the holi-
days. Free Estimates!! Please
call Pastor Jim Hurst (352)
498-3023 or 352-356-3831ufn

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


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-g66-875-7983 Domestic
Violence 1-800-500-1119, infor-
mation and referral services,
legal advocacy, community ed-
ucation, and professional train-
ing for law enforcement, health
care and educational person-
nel. 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
Funeral 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.
ufn




HUGE YARD SALE. Several
Families. Saturday, Nov 15, 8
until ? Otis Brannin Road
look for signs, down from
Cross City Cemetery A little
bit of everything!
46

YARD SALE: Fri & Sat, 1987
N 349 Hwy Antiques, house-
wares and furniture. 7 til 4.
46

MASSIVE YARD SALE. Sat-
urday, Nov. 15th. Furniture,
antiques, formal dresses, jew-
elry, beads. One mile towards
Cross City from the intersec-
tion of Hwy 349 and CR 353
(Governor Hill Lake Road.
46


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Name:


Address:

City, State, Zip:

Phone number: Age:

Drop off your turkey at the Advocate office and we'll enter your name to win
$50.00 in Thanksgiving grub at Foodland or Hitchcock's. Deadline for entries 11/24.
Advocate employees, friends, and family not elibible to win. Contest limited to kids under 14, please.


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)

96 Chevy Blazer, good con-
dition Runs good $2,000.
OBO 21-0605.
46

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

TWELVE 16' TRUSSES.
Twelve 3/4 inch 4x8 plywood
sheets, two 24' beams, all for
$325.00. 542-8148 or 210-1727
46

FALL ANNUALS ARE
HERE! Pansies & Snaps,
$16/flat, ornamental Kale 3.75
one gal. Citrus trees loaded
with fruit, 15% off. Knock
out roses 20% off. A&K Nurs-
ery on US 19 near the Prison
Turn-off


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Local


Thursday November 13, 2008


City Council

Highlights

Green Suspended

The Cross City Town Coun-
cil spent considerable time
Monday evening discussing
solutions for the litter prob-
lem that was noted by a citi-
zen in the area around the
Foodland parking lot. City
Manager Mike Cassidy ex-
plained that the shopping
center owners have been
very helpful in addressing
problem issues such as lit-
ter, parking and "yard
sales" in the past.
Councilman-elect Scott
Gantt commented that he
lives in the area and that
beer bottles, in particular,
are a constant problem. The
Council is considering an
education campaign to en-
courage residents not to lit-
ter.
The City Attorney brought
it to the attention of the


Council that although Coun-
cilman Marcellus Dawson
has been suspended by the
Governor due to his bribery
indictment, that there was
some debate as to whether
or not the Governor has the
authority to suspend Mr.
Johnny Green as a cav em-
ployee. The Attorn nade
it clear that the Council had
very little choice in the mat-
ter.
Councilman Locklear ex-'
pressed his concern that the
Council should make every
effort to ensure that Mr.
Green was able to continue
to receive health insurance,
in the event that he is exon-
erated. The council regret-
fully approved the suspen-
sion with the addition that
they would try to arrange
for Mr. Green to pay for his
own benefits in the interim.
Dot Smith was sworn in to
fill the post vacated by Daw-
son until January The
council will most likely
choose a replacement for
Dawson in January if the
indictment is upheld.


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"Thanksgiving Day
comes, by statute,
once a year; to the
honest man it comes as
frequently as the heart
of gratitude will allow."
Edward Sandford Martin


Kenneth Brian, Dixie Native
Returns home to play in Live Oak

SPIRIT OF
THE SUWAN-
NEE MUSIC
PARK, LIVE
OAK, FLA -
Austin, TX and
Nashville coun-
try singer Ken-
neth Brian, pic-
tured, and his
band brought
their brand of
country music
to the Spirit of
the Suwannee
Music Park
Nov. 8 to the de-
light of a full
house.

Kenneth, who
grew up in
Alachua as Kenneth Brian Sulak, and who lived in
Old Town on CR 349 (see the video of him playing his
song "Dixie County Highway 349" at www.dcadvo-
cate.net) has been traveling the world for the past 12
years trying to bring back the pure country sound.
His latestalbum, Falling Down Slow, is currently
available by going to www.kennethbrian.com .
Kenneth played a number of dates in Floridaprior
to the SOSMP and is now back in Austin where he
performs regularly For more about the SOSMP, go
to www.musicliveshere.com or call 386-364-1683.


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. Legals, etc,.


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 line.

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 successfulbidderwill 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


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 issuance, the 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
Dixie County, Florida 32628

Candace L. Corbin, Deputy
Clerk

EXHIBIT A

Description of Property:
I #
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
NOTICE OF SALE

*OLD TOWN STORAGE WILL
OFFER FOR SALE THE CON-
TENTS 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 BLAN-
CHARD
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


"You say, 'If I had a little more, I should
be very satisfied.' You make a mistake.
If you are not content with what you
have, you would not be satisfied if it
were doubled."
Charles Haddon Spurgeon





DANA D. JOHNSON
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
DIXIE COUNTY
CROSS CiT FLORUDA. i.2t,2




CtfneM Metg



The Board ofCounty Commissioners of Dixie County, Florida, will
NOT meet atthe Regular Meeting of November 20,2008 at 6:00
PM at the Dixie County Courthouse, Commission Meeting Room,
Cross City, Florida, this meeting has been cancelled. If a person
decides to appeal any decision made by the Board, Agency, or
Commission with respect to any matter considered at such meetingor
hearing, he will need a record of the proceedings, and that, for such
purpose, he may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which 'record includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.



Dana D. Johnson
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dixie County, Florida

Persons with disabilities rcatesting reasonable accommodations to panicipate in this
proc eding should contact (152 "Aif-t 4lI (Voice & TDD) or via Florida Relay Sedice
(00)955-771.46,47
46,47


Dear Friends,

I join all Floridians in saluting the courageous
men and women of our Armed Forces who
have answered the call to protect, defend and
preserve the freedoms and liberties that we as
Americans enjoy today. We must always -
remember the nearly 1.8 million veterans
throughout the Sunshine State who have
risked their lives to serve their country.

We are indebted to all the servicemen and
women for their steadfast resolve to protect
the ideals and freedoms that make our
country strong. As we recognize Veterans Day,
it is important to honor the sacrifice of veter-
ans and their families for their willingness to
advance the cause of freedom, liberty, and
justice. The many contributions of our nation's
veterans and their families have not gone
unnoticed, and we thank them for their ser-
vice.

May God continue to bless Florida, our nation,
our veterans and their families.


Governor Crist


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 BY,
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 PARTIESIN 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 OTHER
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/A AND 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 the
said Defendants, if either has re-
married and if either or both of said
Defendants are dead, their respec-


tive unknown heirs, devisees,
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
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-
SION, AS PER THE OFFICIAL
PLAT THEREOF, IN PLAT BOOK
1, PAGE 135, DIXIECOUNTY,
FLORIDA.

TOGETHER WITH A DOU-
BLEWIDE MOBILE HOME, YEAR:
1992, MAKE: COM-CAMP, HAV-
ING VIN # GMHGA117926501A
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 arerequired to serve
a copy of your written defense, if
any, upon SHAPIRO & FISHMAN,
LLP, Attorneys'for Plaintiff, whose
address is 10004 N. Dale Mabry
Highway, Suite 112, Tampa, FL
33618, within thirty (30) days after
the first publication of this notice
and file Ihe 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-
lief demanded in the Complaint.

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

Dana D. Johnson, Circuit and
County Courts
By: Karen Leverett,- Deputy Clerk

45,46


Youth is like spring,

an over praised season

more remarkable for biting

winds than genial breezes.

Autumn is the mellower season,

and what we lose in flowers we

more than gain in fruits.
~ Samuel Butler


Tentative Five Year Work Program
District Two
Fiscal Years Beginning July 1, 2009 June 30, 2014

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), District Two, is conducting. public
hearings pursuant to Section' 339.135(4)(c), Florida Statutes, to consider the
Department's Tentative Work Program for the Fiscal Years 2009/2010 through 2013/2014,
and to consider the necessity of making any changes to the Work Program, to which all
persons are invited to attend and be heard.

1. Lake City Hearing: Specific notice is provided to the Gainesville Metropolitan
Transportation Planning Organization (MTPO) and the County Commissions forAlachua,
Bradford, Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist, Levy and Union counties serving as Metropolitan
Planning Organization for their respective counties.

DATE AND TIME: Monday, December 8, 2008 at 5:30 p.m.
PLACE! FDOT District Two Office, Madison Room
1109 South Marion Ave., Lake City, FL

2. Live Oak Hearing: Specific notice is provided to the County Commissions for
Hamilton, Lafayette, Madison, Suwannee and Taylor counties serving as Metropolitan
Planning Organization for their respective counties.

DATE AND TIME:. Monday, December 15, 2008 at 5:30 p.m.
PLACE: Suwannee River Water Management District, Board Room #103
9225 County Road 49, Live Oak, FL

3. Jacksonville Hearing: Specific notice is provided to the North Florida
Transportation Planning Organization (NFTPO), the Jacksonville City Council and the
County Commissions for Baker, Clay, Nassau, Putnam and St. Johns counties serving as
Metropolitan Planning Organization for their respective counties.
DATE AND TIME: Tuesday, December 16, 2008 at 5:30 p.m.
PLACE: FDOT Jacksonville Urban Office, Training Facility
2198 Edison Avenue, Jacksonville, FL

Public participation is solicited without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national
origin, disability or family status. Persons who require accommodations under the
Americans with Disabilities Act or persons who require translation services (free oi
charge) should contact Mr. Bill Henderson, District Planning & Environmental Manager,
Lake City District Office at 1-800-749-2967 at least seven (7) days in advance of the Public
Hearings.
Written comments from the Metropolitan Planning Organizations, County Commissions
and other interested parties will be received by the Department at the Public Hearings and
up to December 31,2008 following the hearing. Comments should be addressed to:


Charles W. Baldwin, RE,, District Secretary
Florida Department of Transportation, District Two
1109 South Marion Ave. Mail Station 2000
Lake City, FL 32025-5874
Telephone 1-800-749-2967

FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION


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DANA D. JOHNSON
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
DIXLE COUNTY
CROSS CITY. FLORIDA 12626





Organizational MeHitg


[he Board of Count% Commissioners of Di LCowity, Hlorida. wdil
meet on Tuaeday, November 18, 2008 at 4:00 PM in the
County Commissioner's meeting room located at 'i4 NE 351
Highway, Cross Cty. Florida. If a person decides to appeal any
decision made bythcBoard. Agency. or Commissionwith respect to
anr matter considered at such meeting or hearing, he 'xill need a
record of the proccedangs, and that, for such purpose, he may need to
ensure that a vcbatim record of the proceedinp.s is made. winch
record includes the testimony and e idcnce upon which the appeal s
to bc b aed


Dana D Johnson
Clerk of the L icuit Court
DLxic County, Florida

~ -U J -l:."."I -46. % l -1 LL. w-.1 | -
46


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED

A.G. CHEWING
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
bidder at the Dixie County Court-
house on NOVEMBER 25, 2008 at
11:00 A.M.

October 27, 2008

Danm 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 270ORB
356 P 665


Subject to the restrictions of
record.
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Obituaries and Faith, etc.


r


Retha M. Howey


MRS. RETHA M. HOWEY of Cross City passed away
Wednesday, November 5, 2008 at the Cross City Rehab.
She was 86. Mrs. Howey, a homemaker and mother, was a
member of the Faith Baptist Church in Old Town. She
enjoyed reading her Bible and walking. ,

She is survived by her daughter, Mary Howey of Califor-
nia; brother, Bennie Wendel Jones of Crystal River; sis-
ters, Thelma Lord of Old Town and Carla Velasko of
Texas and 5 grandchildren.

Graveside funeral services were held Friday, November 7,
2008 at 11:00 am at Summerville Cemetery at New
Prospect Baptist Church with Rev. Bobby Bryan officiat-
ing. A visitation was held at the graveside one hour prior
to the service.

Arrangements have been placed under the care of the
Rick Gooding Funeral Home, Cross City, Florida 352-498-
00.' ,


Mary Frankie.Phelps
Mary Frankie Phelps, age 78, passed away on No-
vember 5, 2008 at her home in Merritt Island,
Florida.

She was born in Glenwood, GA and moved to Bre-
vard county in 1972 from Jacksonville. She was a
member of the Oifsino Baptist Church.

She is survived by her husband of 41 years, Car;
sons Richard and Jeff Dees; daughter Nancy
Moss, fourteen grandchildren; two great-grand-
children; two sisters and one brother.

A viewing was held on Saturday, November 8, 2008
at 10:00 Am at Rock Sink Baptist Church in Old.
Town, FL. Services followed at 11:00 AM with Rev.
Terry Cranford officiating. Internment was at the
Rock Sink Church Cemetery

Local arrangements were placed under the care of
Rick Gooding Funeral Home, Cross City, FL 352-
498-5400.



r Sidney O0. Roberts

Sidney 0. "'Dick" Roberts of Gainesville, FL passed away
November 3, 2008 at Ayers Health and Rehab Center in
Trenton. He was 86.

Mr. Roberts was born in Bell, FL to Sidney Theodore
Roberts and Annice Akins Roberts. He attended the Uni-
versity of Florida, but left in 1943 to enlist in the U.S.
Army during WWII. He joined the Florida Highway Pa-
trol in 1946 and after 28 years retired as a Captain. He
went to work for the State of Florida HRS Implied Con-
sent Program, as supervisor and inspector of the Alcohol
Breath Testing Program for 15 years; a program he helped
create and institute while working as Lieutenant with the
FHP Troop B in Gainesville.

Mr. Roberts was Chairman of the Board at Lafayette
State Bank, a member of the Florida Association of State
Troopers, the Broken Spoke Club, the Moose Lodge, and
was a member of Bethel Church of Christ. He was an
avid Gator fan and enjoyed fishing and farming. He had
been.in the Ayers Health and Rehab Center for the year
prior to his death.

He was preceded in death by his wife of 63 years, Blanche
Hines Roberts and is survived by two sons Sidney E.
Roberts (Anice) of Bell, FL and James Avery Roberts of
Gainesville; a daughter, Annice Barrs (Willard) of
Gainesville; and eleven grandchildren, Edgar, Thomas, '
John, Cameron, Jason, Christopher, Kimberly, Michael,
Heather, Emily, and Brandy. Seven great-grandchildren
and several nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be at 2:00 P.M., Monday, November
10, in The Chapel in the Meadows at Forest Meadows
Central, 4100 NW 39th Avenue, Gainesville with Reverend
Jake Cravey officiating. 'The family will receive friends
prior to the service from 12:00 2:00 P.M.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to
the Alzheimer's Association or to Haven'Hospice.
Arrangements are under the care of Forest Meadows Fu-
neral Home, Crematory and Cemeteries, 352-378-2528.
Please visit our guestbook at www.forestmeadowsfh.com J

Please study the plan of


SALVATION


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


John 14:6
Acts 4:12

Matthew 10:32-33

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

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


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


1 Tina Marie Gaddis


Tina.Marie Gaddis,45, of Old Town, Florida
passed away Sunday November 9th at North Flori-
da Reg. Medical Center.

She is survived by her husband Stan Gaddis and 3
children: Brad W, Brittany L., and Brandon L., all
of Old Town; her mother Mary Douglas of Largo,
Florida and 4 sisters; Christine Wilkins of Spring
Hill, Marianne Becker of St. Petersburg, Tammy
Mereckis of New Port Richey, and Deanna
Battaglia of Seminole; and one brother, John Dou-
glas of Old Town.

She was preceded into heaven by her father
William Douglas. A private ceremony is being
planned by her family' ,
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Vondora Hill DeLoach


Mrs. Vondora Hill DeLoach, 68, died after a courageous
struggle with cancer on Friday October 31, 2008, at her
home surrounded by her family.

Vonda was born in Dixie County, Florida, on June 16,
1940, and attended school through elementary in ,Old
Town. She attended high school in Perry, FL, and Savan-
nah, GA, where she lived most of her life. She was a
beautician at John Westly Retirement Villa and a member
of. Savannah Christian Church. Vonda will be remem-
bered by her family and many friends for her outgoing
and vibrant personality and her ability to see humor in
almost anything. Her father, Edward Ralph Hill, preceded
her in death.

Survivors include her husband, Barron E. DeLoach of
Savannah; mother, Estelle Hill of Perry, FL; sisters Mar-
jorie Bullard of Orange, FL, Marie Wright of Steinhatch-
ee, FL, Sandra Forehand.of Perry, FL; arid Reitzel
Roberts of Chattahoochee, FL; brothers Kermit Hill of
Perry, FL, Tetry Hill of Halletsville, TX and Gilbert Hill
of Tifton, GA.

Vonda was entombed at Forest Lawn Memory Gardens in
Savannah on' November 2. Her friends and relatives are
encouraged to review and sign her on-line guest'book at
www.foxandweeks.com.



First Baptist of Steinhatchee News

*We lift up those un-spoken request mentioned,
Shirley Dickey, Shannon Gorlewski, and those hurt-
ing throughout our community!

* We appreciate those sing ing last week, Harry
Gatlin singing; "I would-
n't Take Nothing For My
Journey Now"! Our
mother and sons trio
was, Sarah, Leon and
Timothy Holden singing, IM E El
"I Just Want to Thank
HIM'. Sunday evening
were really blessed to


hear some great Blue-
grass Gospel from the
Warren family!

*. On Wednesday
nights the Awanna news
was that the Cubbies are
learning how GOD made
them. Come on down
and join our Awanna
Program!

* We express a special
thank youth to Marcia
Craig and Tina Mitchell
for painting the entire
fellowship hall a while
back, and for painting
the girls bathroom too!
Bless both of you for
sharing of your talents,
time, love and energy for
the beautification of
GOD'S house! We appre-
ciate both of you!

May our church al-
ways have open hearts,
open minds and open
doors for all of you!
Come on down for
friendly handshakes,
smiles, GOD filled hugs!
Always Sandy Coleman





AWANAS

on Sunday nights

from 6 to 8

at New Prospect

Baptist Church

Please come!


r Flora Nell Hammock

MRS. FLORA NELL HAMMOCK of Fanning Springs
passed away Friday, November 7, 2008 at the Select Spe-
cialty Hospital in Gainesville after an automobile acci-
dent. She was 71. Mrs. Hammock was a nurse's aid
that enjoyed singing and yodeling. She was a member
of the Pleasant Hill Baptist Church.

She is survived by her companion, Lemuel Griffin; son,
Samuel L. Peters of Mulberry, FL; daughters, Tammy L.
Peters of Chiefland, FL, Tracy L. Peters of Plant City,
FL, Kelly L. Peters of Spring Hill, FL and Wendy L. En-
finger of Trenton, FL; sisters, Betty Hendrix of Opeli-
ka, AL, Jo Ann Howard of Pace, FL, Linda Binghamxof
Columbus, GA, Myra Singletary of Pensacola, FL; Patsy
Wells of Mulberry, FL and Nancy Humes of Bartow, FL;
15 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren.

Funeral Services will be held Wednesday, November 12,
2008 at 11:00 AM at the Rick Gooding Funeral Home
Chapel with Rev. Curtis Hall officiating. Burial will fol-
low at the New Prospect Baptist Church Cemetery. A
visitation will be held one hour prior to the service.

Arrangements have been placed under the care of the
Rick Gooding Funeral Home, Cross City, Florida 352-498-
5400.


Faith Baptist

Church News
What a beautiful Lord's Day
God gave us today. Our ser-
vices were very spiritual
with Bro. Jackie doing his
usual good job in the pulpit,
the choir was outstanding
and the special music in the
morning service was done by-
Kyleigh Landrum.with'her.
grandmother, Chris Lord,
helping her. Kyleigh did a
great job and it's so good to.
see our little ones singing for
the Lord. The special music
in the evening service was
done by the Brittons and
they did their usual good job.

We had our Fall Festival Sat-'
urday night and had a great
turnout. There were about
20 children and at least that
many adults if not more.
The Fire Department
brought the fire truck out
and took the children on
rides and a great time was
had by all. Each child won a
cake in the cakewalk and we
even had cakes left over.


Thanks to all who helped
make this a very successful
festival.

God continues to bless at-
Faith as we had 2 new mem-
bers join tonight. We want
them to know that we are
there for them if we can help
them in any way and that we
love them and are so happy
to have them as part of our
church "family".

On November 26th (Wednes-
day night before Thanksgiv-
ing) we will be having a
Thanksgiving supper at the
church at 6:30 PM. Bring a
covered dish and come out
and enjoy some good Christ-
ian fellowship.
j
This Wednesday night will be
our monthly business meet-
ing. As a member of Faith,
it is our responsibility to
come out and take chre of
God's business. We look for-
ward to seeing you there.

Until we meet again, we
love'you and are praying for
you.


-. Jeremiah 33:3 -" New Prospect Baptist Church Calvary Temple Assembly of God
Call unto me, and I will answer US 1 .* Between Cross City & Old Town Suwannee Lumber Road. Cross City
thee, and shew thee great and Jesus is The Answer For Your Life "Join Us ForAVst, Stay ForAUfed e"
Sunday School IOA. Morning Worship 11A Sunday W shipS i:30AP
mighty things, which thou Children's Church 11A- Evening Worship 7P KidChurch-dAges3-&6-12
Wednesday Evening 7P
knowest not. (KJV) Pastor-Billy Rpbson Pastor Jim Hurst
(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 St. & Horseshoe Beach Rd.
Sunday Schooli~ 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 Usl
Wednesday Bible Study 7P Sunday Worship 9:30A *A church where everybody is somebody and Christ Is Lord'
Knock & the doorwill open, seek & you will find, ask & you will be Church School 11A Sunday School 10A.. Moming Worship 11A
given lie 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 Steinhatchee Welcomes You To Come & Worship With Us 5237 52 NE 147th St. (McArthur St.)
'Lighthouse On The Gulfr Sunday School 10:OOA Sunday Bible Study- 10:00 A
Sunday School 10A Morning Worship 11A Sunday Morning Worship- 11:00A Morning Worship -11:O 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 Kenneth Street Cross City
'Where God's Word is Changing Lives" "A Friendly Church With A Welcome Spirit' "Proclaiming The Full Gospel For All People"
Children's Church 10:30A. Morning Worship 10:30A
Bible Study 10A' Worship 11A Bible Study 9:45A. Worship Service 11A Evening Worship 6:30P
Sunday Evening Worship 6P Church Training 6P* Evening Worship 7P Wednesday Family Training Hour Adult & Teen Ministry,
Wednesday Bible Study/Prayer 7P Wednesday Preyer Meeting 7P Boy's Brigade & Gid'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
S ron the Heart of Dxie Co., with Dixie Co. at Hearti
TOpen Heaosl Open Minds OpMedit Church Welcomes You Where Jesus is Lord" Sunday School 10A* -Morning Worship 11A
The People of The United Methodist Church 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
S1 mile South of Cross City Hwy 19 CR 55A (Between Cross Ctiy & Old Town)
4 '/ (= J .,. Sunday School 10:15 'The Church With An Open Door"
I'i Church 11:00 aSundaySchool -9:45A-MomingWorship11 A
' \- Weds. Morning Prayer Mid-Week Bible Study Wednesday 7P
Pastor Charles & Jackie Bechtold e
352-498-4004 or 498-7896 (352) 542.7103

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 Moming 10:30A Sunday Evening 6P Sunday Schol 10A Morning Worship 11A
Morning e s A ening W i P Tuesday, Intercessory Prayer 7:30P Sunday Evening 7P -Wednesday Evening 7:30P
Bible Study, Mission Friends, RAs, GA's T sd a N h 7:sle
Pastor Wayne Allen Pastor Theadus & Benita Corbin Rev. Marvin & Janice Parsley
(352) 498-5617 (352) 498-5837 (352) 498-3366
"kcC rabbBapstsi Cshurch Holy Cross Catholic Mission Grace Worship Church
7391 NE 349 Hwy--Corner of 349N/351A Hwy 19 South of Cross City Power in the Word
Bruce Sullivan, Pastor, Mass-Sundays- 1130 am 2 miles NE of Red Light in Old Town, Hwy 349
Old Town: 542-2207 Confessions Sundays 10:45 11:15 am
OldCCD Every Wednesday 6:00 7:15 pm Sunday Services at 11:00 am
Sunday School 9:45 AM Church 11:00 am At St. John the Evangelist in Chiefland Sunday Evening Services at 5:30 pm
Sunday night 6:00 P DIscipleship Training 7:00 pm Svc. Grades Pre-K thru High School
Wednesday night 5:3-8:00-AWANA Liles
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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Thursday November 13, 2008


Veteran's Day


Wow!!! It i
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YOUR TEAM WILL CHALLENGE YOU.
THE EXPERIENCE I VILL CHANGE YOU.

s hard to believe that the
petition is coming to an end.


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The "Closing Ceremony" location has been changed to the
football field at Dixie County High Thursday, November 13"'.
The Final Team Walk will take place at 5:30 p.m.
All STEPS must be reported to Tricia Nelson
at Family Medical by 9 00 am on Thursday morning.
Be sure to be there A $200 Donation will be made
to the Local Charity of the Winning TEAM's Choice.
GRAND PRIZE
Wii Ultimate Game System including Sports & Wii Fit Package
with a number of other prizes being awarded in competition catego- -
ries and EVERY INDIVIDUAL who completed the six week
competition will be entered into the prize draw ings


A Special Thank l'ou for Your Support
Family Medical Practice Advisory Council Members
Paul Gainey .
Laura & Adam Fischer Elite Fitness Group
Advanced Auto Parts Tricia Nelson
Hungry Howie's NMtch's Gold & Diamonds. Inc.
Wal-Mart Old Castle Lawn & Garden
Winn Dixie Fred Sabback Photography
Foodland Nappa Store Old Town "
Cheeks Seventh Heaven Day Spa & Salon
Anderson Columbia Fiddlers Rcstaurant
Holiday Inn Express Shamrock. 'eterinary
Liles Hardware Dixie County Advocate
H & R Block I he Dixie County Times
Siianinee Lumber Dixie County HOSA
I hi Bubba's Place Diie County lHealth Departmenut
S Kay Harden Chietland Didgel
Kimn Halmilton Ileithl Food Store
S-, Stoney Smith Dixie Chc ul't inC.
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