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January 22,2009
87. No. 4 14 pages- 1 Section


Briefs

County Changes
Dump Schedules

More days! More
hours! Hooray!
See page 3

Attorney Bill Avera
passes away in car
accident

Mr.William "Bill" Avera
died in a car accident
in Bell on Saturday
afternoon. Mr. Avera
was the founder of
Avera and Smith and
practiced in the area
for many years. He
was 81.

Trials for Officials
Postponed until April

The trials for former
County Commissioners
and other indicted
County officials have
been postponed until
April 6th in order to
allow attorneys
sufficient time to
prepare.


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TALLAHASSEE As part of
Florida's ongoing Celebrate
Literacy! week, 13 school
districts were recognized
last night by the Depart-
ment of Education for being
in the top 25 percent of all
Reading First districts in
the state. These districts
produced exceptional read-
ing results in 2008, increas-
ing the percentage of stu-
dents reading at or above
grade level and successfully,
reducing the percentage of
students with serious read-
ing difficulties. The 13
school districts recognized
were Bradford, Charlotte,
Collier, DeSoto, Dixie, Es-
cambia, Holmes, Lee, Mari-
on, Okeechobee, Orange,
Palm Beach and Taylor.

"As we celebrate Florida's
first ever Literacy Week it's
important that we both ac-
knowledge and appreciate
the efforts of all educators to
instill a love of reading in
our children," said Commis-
sioner of Education, Dr. Eric
J. Smith. "These districts in
particular have gone above
and beyond to make literacy
a priority for their students
and they should be com-
mended for such dedica-
tion."


Florida Reading First serves
570 schools within 45 dis-
tricts. Reading First schools
are given a ariety of re-
sources and training
through the federal Reading
First program to help them
achieve two goals: 1) in-
crease the percentage of stu-
dents reading at or above
grade level; and 2) reduce
the percentage of students
with serious reading diffi-
culties.

Reading First grants assists
Florida school districts im-
plement proven methods of
reading instruction to pre-
vent reading difficulties in
grades K-3.


The recognition event oc-
curred last night during the
Department's What's Work-
ing in Reading workshop.
The What's Working series
is an innovative program
that provides a foruimfor ed-
ucation policy makers (such
as district school superinten-
dents; community college,
state college, and state uni-
versity system presidents;
legislators and legislative
staff; business stakeholders;
State Board of Education
,members; and Department
staff), to discuss current edu-
cation trends and new meth-
ods fpr achieving greater
academic successinFlori-
da's teaching institutions.
See READERS, pg 5


Soccer Season Kicking Off


THE ADVOCATE'S TEAM TAKES A BREAK AFTER PRACTICE THURSDAY EVENING FOR A PHOTO OP

Dixie Youth Soccer Teams are kicking off the 2009 Winter Season this week. The official
Opening Day is on Saturday the 24th at 9:30 at the Soccer fields near the Health Depart-
ment on Veteran's Road.

Opening Day is always packed with excited kids and families. It's a great way to spend
Saturday morning, so please come out and support our local children's activities.


End of an Era:

Mcinnis


Bears Beat on the Road


by Angel Lee

If you ever wanted
to see a team play
with lots of heart,
then you missed a
chance Friday
night. The Varsity
boys, along with
the Girls, and JV
Boys hit the road
Friday night and
traveled to
Chiefland to take
on the Indians in .
the cross-county
shootout.

Coming off of
their Thursday
night 64-36 win
over Trenton, The
Bears came out fir-
ing, as they took
control from tip-off
and scored first.
With 5:20 left to go
in the first, the score was all
tied up at 5.

The Bears never lost sight of
the victory, and continued to'


play hard, and withheart.
At Halftime, the score was
28-24 Chiefland.

See BEARS, page 5


By Angel Lee
Fire blasted out of a stove at
a Cross City home on Friday
morning around 10:45. Fire-
men removed the stove from
the home in time, and the
home was not seriously
damaged. Fans were placed


to remove the smoke from
inside.

The homeowner was treated
for smoke inhalation and re-
leased. The recipe that
"bombed" was not available
at press time.


Suwannee's Spiffy New Seawall


INDEX
2..........Viewpoints
3...Law Enforcement
4....Announcements
5.................Hoops
6....................Local
7 ......................Local
8 .....................School
9...............Stuff to Do
10 ......................Local,
11 ...........Classifieds
12 .............Local
13............... Legals
14......Obits & faith
15.......Entertainment
16..........In Closing
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Dixie celebrated
Martin Luther
King, Jr. Day on
Monday with a
parade and ex-
hibition on the
Courthouse
steps. Photos,
pg 14.


She returned to the district
as an Occupational Special-
ist, and has served under
Superintendents Leroy
Locke, Hilton Jones, Allen
Harden, James Hurst, Den-
nis Bennett and Mark Rains.

See MclNNIS, page 6


The County Commission &
County Coordinator Arthur
Bellot are making sure that
Suwannee's CR 349 is going
to get some extra protection
from erosion, like the dam-
age it took from tropical
storms last year.

Suwannee is getting a new
vinyl seawall almost half a
mile long and five feet high
over the "mud line" of the
canal.


Suwannee has been having
issues with flood waters
damaging the road for some
time, and this is a needed
improvement.

Local Suwannee contractor
D&L Construction and G.H.
Harder & Son from Panama
City are building it, at a cost
of $1.04 million. A division
of the Dept. of Agriculture
is funding the project with
grant money


Dixie Kids Tapped as Top Readers

Thirteen school districts were honored during special What's Working in Reading program


What's Cookin'?


MLK Parade


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2008 Dixie County Advocate


Money talks


A deceptive concept known as the "chain letter" probably
dates back almost as far as the US Postal Service, and quite
possibly to earlier interpersonal communications in other
lands. It sounds innocent enough, and it will bring big
bucks to a few participants until its potential for expansion
reaches critical mass.

A chain letter usually doesn't cost you more than'a-dollar, -
and it costs nothing if you don't participate--though you are
usually Warned that it is bad luck to "break the chain." The
more recent "pyramid club" concept is a similar gimmick.
It was also geared toward small-time investors who weren't
going to call the law over being gypped out of a few dollars--
though legislation controlling this sort of thing began
showing up about the time pyramid clubs started folding in
on their investors.

Unfortunately, some get-rich-quick schemes involve a lot
more than leftover lunch money The high-rollers' games
are more complicated and are better known as "Ponzi"
schemes; but they operate on the same principle, that being
that any method not involving the United States Congress
or other crafty counterfeiters can nonetheless create essen-
tially effortless wealth.

A fellow named Bernard Madoff has recentlyemerged as
what might be called the "Prince of Ponzi" as it has been
disclosed that he allegedly bilked investors both great and
small out of billions of dollars while enriching himself be-
yond the reach of an honest man who is also lazy, never
won the lottery and has no inherited wealth. His victims in-
clude Hollywood celebrities, charitable organizations, cor-
porate executives, as well as working class citizens who
trusted their life savings to "investments" that went belly-
up when the pyramiding scheme collapsed.

Investigators found evidence that Madoff'made off with
mega-bucks--far more, in fact, than even his opulent
lifestyle wotild require. The'charges are well-substantiated,
and I dare say that if the typical, wage-earning taxpayer
faced such charges, he would be incarcerated far beyond his
ability to hire a bondsman, let alone make bail on his own.

However, Bernie Madoff has no such problem. Judge
Roland Ellis has allowed Madoff to avoid actually posting
his assigned ten million dollar bail (chump change to a man
of Madoff's means) by "securing it against his assets." Just
try getting that deal next time you're arrested. "Sure, Billy
Bob, just give the judge the title to. your old pickup truck,
and you're OK to'take it honky-tonkin' till you show up in
court next month."

This meant Bernie could lounge around his penthouse
apartment and have champagne and caviar brought to his
quarters, rather than survive on beans and lukewarm ice
tea at the government facility And this arrangement still
held up even after he started shipping off some of the as-
sets that were supposed to secure his bond to friends.and
relatives.

While I hesitate to be so crass as to suggest that Mr. Mad-
off's apparently ill-gotten gains were sufficient to secure
him preferential treatment in our criminal justice system,
it does seem rather difficult to imagine that an ordinary cit-
izen with merely middle class assets who found himself in
a similar situation would enjoy proportionately favorable
treatment from the authorities.

There I go again, writing an excessively long sentence (see
above). Speaking of which, it seems uncertain whether or
not Mr. Madoff will be receiving any sentence at all beyond
a civil liability that might make some significant inroads in
his ill-gotten gains.

And if that happens, I really wouldn't be at all surprised if
he qualifies for a government bailout.


by Kathy McKinney

Odds are, you've never heard of Lenore Skenazy. She's the
mom who got national attention because she (gasp!) allowed
her 10 year old kid to take a 30 minute trip on the subway by
himself. There were parents waiting at the end of the trip
to pick him up, but that wasn't sufficient for the conductor,
who called the cops. Fortunately, she was lucky enough to
get an officer with some common sense, and she wasn't sub-
jected to the tender mercies of "child protective services"
and criminal prosecution. Her experience led her to start
the "Free Range Kids" movement...a blog, really, that talks
about her belief that kids today spend too much time inside,
playing video games, and not nearly enough time just wan-
dering around on their own, learning stuff about the world.
She believes that our children are being deprived of. their
initiative and independence by the fear of legal liability and
do-gooders who insist on total safety and adult supervision
for all kids, all the time.


She is so right, that it's scary A man came in
the Advocate the other day for copies and we
were talking about the "kids" today were still
living at home with their parents at 25, 27, and
even 30 years old. We both agreed that it was
for the simple reason that we let them. It was
his theory'that parents of the last few genera-
tions have promised themselves to make sure
that their kids have all of the stuff that they
never had...and with the best of intentions,
they have created the most immature, irre-
sponsible, ungrateful generation of human be-
ings ever to walk this earth.


When I was a kid, I didn't work much (or at, all), but I spent
my free days on my bicycle, roaming around town, totally
unsupervised. I knew I had to be home for dinner by the
time the train blew through town and the Methodist Church
chimes went off at 5:00. (Remember the train?) Other than
that, I pretty much did what I wanted.

The neighborhood kids, Marc Standridge, Lori Chewning,
the Jones kids and whoever else we could round Up...we
played basketball at the park, invented games and races,
played in the dirt, re-enacted episodes of Charlie's Angels,
put on plays...whatever we felt like doing, and swapping
houses, backyards, and locations at will. Sheila Engers al-
ways got to be Jacqueline Smith or Farrah Fawcett. I always
got stuck being the ugly bookish one with the short hair.
(Sigh. Some things never change.)


The four cornerstones of
character on which the
structure of this nation was
built are: Initiative,
Imagination, Individuality
and Independence"


Edward Ve


We all know. these semi-adults: the 24 year old college stu-
dent who can't buy a dress or cook a simple meal without
consulting her mother six times on her cell phone, the 26
year old man who lives at home with his mother because he
can't keep (or get) a job that "suits him," the 30 year old guy
who spends his money on cigarettes, girlfriends, and beer
while claiming he "can't afford" to pay child support, and
the 35 year old woman whose life is a constant mess of dra-
ma that is always somebody else's fault.. All of these people
suffer from "save-me-itis"...the belief that they have no per-
sonal responsibility for their lives or actions, and that it's
somebody else's job to take care of them and their kids and
to save them from themselves. We created these people.

When my grandmother was young, she, like many women,
often started to work, full-time, at 15 years old teaching,
school. Laura Ingalls Wilder did, too. (Remember the
episode of Little House on the Prairie when Mary got mar-
ried and the parents left 1 year old Laura at home With the
baby for days because they .could only afford 'two traintick-
ets? If that happened today, the Ingalls-kids would be foster
children.) Think about that for a minute. A fifteen year old
girl was placed in charge of the education of a room full of
children. Now think about any fifteen year old girl you
know...would You put her in charge of the education of, say,
a puppy? I sure wouldn't. Most fifteen year old girls these'
days can't maintain focus long enough to teach "sit-stay"
much less reading, writing and arithmetic.:

What happened between the Greatest Generation and now
that stunted the adult growth of so many people? Don't get
me wrong, there have always been losers and deadbeats, but
the large numbers of totally helpless people surely must be
a recent development. What are we doing differently, as a
culture? I think it all goes back to playing outside. Yep,
playing outside.

When Daddy was little, he and his friends would sneak off
from whatever work they were supposed to be doing and go
swimming'in "Belly-Deep" or Fanning Springs. When they
inevitably got spanked on their return, it wasn't because
they were off swimming unsupervised or without govern-
ment approved floatation devices, it was because they were
skipping out of work or responsibilities.


Dear Editor:

In December an article and a letter
to the editor mentioned proposed
plans to improve the Fenholloway
River in Taylor County

Since the writings also mentioned
by name the company for which I
work Buckeye I would like to
provide readers with additional in-
formation about our operations
and actionsto improve river and
Gulf waters.

The Buckeye plant near Perry has
invested heavily in technology to
improve the quality of our facili-
ty's treated wastewater. These in-
vestments, in the past eight years,
have reduced wastewater color by
50 percent and reduced sodium dis-
charge by 27 percent.

A $10 million project completed in
2006 reduced water use and dis-
charge by 2.5 million gallons per
day Overall, Buckeye has reduced
water use and discharge by 10 mil-
lion gallons per day since 1990.

Our site has eliminated the use of
elemental chlorine to purify pulp.

As a result, Fenholloway River wa-
ter quality has improved signifi-
cantly The Florida Department of
Health has lifted the. fish advisory
issued in 1990.

Still, more improvements are need-
ed and Buckeye is committed to
making the improvements.

Buckeye is working with regulato-


How many kids have that kind of free-
dom now? Not many. We're lucky that
we live in a rural area and our kids have
more freedom than most. But it's not
enough. My sister lives in town, in the
house where I grew up. When I was in
the third or fourth grade, I started walk-
ing to school. Sometimes, my teacher
Mrs. Underhill would stop by and we
would walk together. Most of the time, I
walked solo.


S My sister won't let her 11 year-old fifth-
mon RIckenbacker grader walk to or from school, from the
same house, to the same school, where
she and I walked. Somebody picks him
up every day, where a nice man opens the car door for him,
valet-style, and puts him into the car. Apparently kids today
can't be trusted to locate their own parents' car in a parking
lot or to get into it without getting run over. My sister com-
plies with this babyfication of kids and won't let him walk
to school. "It's too dangerous," she says.


In all fairness, I'm guilty of it, too. Sometimes I let my
daughter Georgia walk from the Advocate office to my sis-
ter's house. More times than not, I find myself hanging out
the front door, to "make sure she gets there OK"...watching
her all the way past the Courthouse, down the three, blacks
to Liz's, while she turns around, frantically waving at me to
go away and leave her alone. This is ridiculous. She's nine
years old, not four! She has enough sense to walk three
blocks down a sidewalk on her own. She knows it and quite
rightly resents my over-protectiveness. But I find myself
wondering-what other people would say if they saw her
'walking albrie: doesn't her'mother care that she could be ab-
ducted by crazies?;:

According to Ms. Skenazy, "In 1969, 42% of kids walked or.
biked to school. Today only 16% do. Some of that is because
suburbs have spread out so much, the distance is too far, or
the sidewalks don't exist. But plenty is because what we once.
considered safe and normal we now consider risky and terri-
fying"(emphasis mine.) I'm not parenting expert or super-
mom, and I'm not saying to neglect your kids or let them
run wild...but it's obvious to me that this coddling has to
stop. A ten year old kid can bike through town, cross the
street, cook an egg or use an electric screwdriver without
killing himself. -(And if he can't, we have only ourselves to
blame.)

We are teaching our kids that they are fragile, delicate, and
incompetent to do the simplest things. We are teaching them i
in the most potent way, through our actions, that we do not
trust them to be responsible or self-reliant. We are training
them in helplessness "to keep them safe." It should be no
surprise, then, that we've raised a generation of video-ad-
dicted, lazy bums who won't pick up their underwear off of
the floor, get a job, cook their own food, or raise their own
kids. It's time to send them outside to play in the dirt.


ry agencies to restore 6,700 acres of
wetlands near the headwaters of
the Fenholloway, make additional
upgrades of equipment within the
manufacturing plant to further im-
prove wastewater quality and re-
duce water use, increase oxygen
levels within the river, and relocate
the plant's discharge point so that
"salty" wastewater will not impact
the freshwater portion of the Fen-
holloway

Some observers have expressed a
concern that relocating the plant's
wastewater will harm Gulf water
quality In fact, the comprehensive
plan of work improves Gulf water
quality and'prevents backsliding.

Buckeye's goals are to restore the
Fenholloway River to fishable and
swimmable conditions and to pro-
tect Gulf water quality Readers of
the Dixie County Advocate that
would like to visit the Buckeye
plant and learn more about
planned improvements can sched-
ule a visit by calling 850-584-1275.
We value two-way communications
with our neighbors.

Sincerely,
Dan Simmons
Buckeye public affairs manager

Mr Simmons:

I would be very, very interested to
find out how Buckeye's operation
"improves Gulf water quality." Eli
is the technical one and will be giv-
ing you a call to set up that tour as
soon as he gets back from Texas. --
Ed


FWC ensures Florida's
deer avoid deadly CWD

There are many reasons
I'm proud to serve as a
commissioner with the
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commis-
sion (FWC), and one of
them is the dedication of
agency staff to ensure
Florida's deer stay free of
chronic wasting disease
(CWD).

In case you've never
heard of the disease, it
appeared first in Col-
orado among captive
mule deer in 1967 and lat-
er made the jump to free-
ranging white-tailed deer
and elk in northeast Col-
orado, where it turned
up in the 1980s.'The de-
bilitating ard always-fa-
tal disease is caused by
an abnormal protein
called a prion.

Today; the disease occurs
in captive or free-ranging
deer or elk populations
in 15 states and two
Canadian provinces.Sci-
entists believe animals
contract the contagious
neurological disease
through direct contact
with body fluids (saliva,
urine or droppings) or
through indirect contact
with contaminated envi-
ronment. The prion can
remain infectious in the
environment for years.
There is no evidence that
CWD' can be transmitted
to livestock or humans.

Thankfully, CWD has not
"showed up in any south-


eastern state, including
Florida.
Wildlife biologists insti-
tuted a testing program
for Florida deer in 2002,
and to date, they have
not detected CWD in third
state. They've tested
samples from more than
3,500 deer from the
FWC's five administra-
tive regions. This year
alone, they'll examine
500-600 additional deer.
The statewide monitor-
ing effort includes deer
killed by hunters, road-
killed deer and deer that
appear sick or have died
of unknown causes.

Even with these safe-
guards in place, the FWC
needs the public's assis-,
tance. The agency asks
hunters, or anyone else
who sees sick or emaciat-
ed deer, or deer that died;
of unknown causes, to
report it by contacting
the toll-free CWD hotline
866-CWD-WATCH (293-
9282). Do not handle the
deer. Wildlife biologists
will respond and, if nec-
essary, collect what tis-'
sue they need.
Preventing the disease
from ever reaching our
state is the best possible
tactic.
Information about CWD
monitoring efforts in
Florida is available at
MyFWC.com/cwd.
Another excellent site fof
a look at CWD informa-
tion nationwide is the
CWD Alliance Web site,
www.cwd-info.org/.


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Thursday January 22, 2009


Law Enforcement


Brown, Jeremy D., age 24, Old
Town, 1/15, arrested by DOC,
Hold for Court

Leverett, Bernon Dustin, age
20, Old Town, 1/12 arrested by
Simmons, Warrant, Dealing in
stolen property

Boyd, Donna Renee, age 26,
Cross City, arrestedby J. King,
Retail Theft

Rouse, Robin Lynn, 34, Old
Town, 1/15 by.R. Downing, Ut-
ter Forged Inst, Grand theft
2,400.

Wanamaker, Timothy John, 24,
Cross City, 1/18 by T. Tumlin,
No DL

Alvord, Robert Lee, 25, Bell,
1/15, by Mandola, VOP Grand
Theft

Parsells, Aaron Dean, 18, 1/14,
by A. Sutton, VOP Uttering a
forgery

Rocco, Ruby Marie, 20,
Chiefland, by Sgt. J. King, Levo
County Warrant VOP Inter
w/custody

Wright, Thomas Carl, 27, Cross
City, 1/15 by Mallory, VOP CT 1
Grand Theft 3 Motor vehicle,
VOP Ct 2, grand theft, CT 3,
Grand!Theft ' r;:

Reeder, Theresa L., 45, Old
Town, 1/12 by Simmons, Agg
Assult

Godbolt, Mario Jamar, 28,
Cross City 1/13 by King,
Felony DWLSR, Agg Fleeing &
Eluding, Reckless Driving,
Child neglect, resist w/vio-
lence

Thompson, Aridre Deleney, 35,
Chiefland, 1/15 by USMS Hold
USMS


NOTE: It is the poicy of The nDe
'CountyAdvocate to remove from
ourjail log the name of any per-
son or persons atthe request of
their immediate family.


Roberts, Stacey Marieann, 25,
Trenton, 1716 by Watson, Bat-
tery

Sylvester, James D., 39, Citra,
1/15 by USMS House for USMS

Singleton, Joseph Austin, 21,
Bell, 1/15 by GCSO House for
Gilco

Reaves, Dannie Charles, 33,
Reddick 1/15 by USMS House
for USMS'

King, Jared Dale, 25, High
Springs 1/15, by GCSO, house
for Gilco

Carter, Willie Charles; 38,
Cross City, 1/15 by USMS Hold
USMS

Hagan, Robert Van, 29, Tren-
ton, 1/15 GCSO Housed for
GCSO

Jackson, Jeremy Shauntez, 24,
Cross City, 1/15; by GCSO
House for Gilco


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JAIL LOG


SRevenue BEpans
tate Revenue $ 277,316
TppinglFe $ 78,923
interetEarnt t ed,281
speialAssessmentn $ 1,224,109
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Fender-bender In Dollar
General Parking Lot
caused by mysterious
driver


On Thursday the 15th,
around noon, a white Nis-
san Pickup hit the 98
Chevrolet owned by Albert
Kuehne of Old Town and
drove away. The Nissan
could not be identified, but
a partial plate of A326HS
was reported by witnesses.
According to FHP, $1,000 in
damage was done to
Kuehne's vehicle. If .you
have any information on
the Nissan, please call the
Florida Highway Patrol.


Old Town Man charged with
failure to report crash


Christopher Lee, 20, of Old
Town was charged with
careless driving, unknown-
ingly operating a vehicle
while suspended, and fail-
ure to.immediately report a
crash after he left the
scene of an accident on
January 13. 'Lee's 2001'
Chevrolet apparently
struck the 2005 Hyandai
owned by James Abplanalp
of Old Town while Ab-
planalp was making a right
turn while travelling south
on SR 349. Vehicle damage
caused by the incident was
estimated iat $250 for both
vehicles, according to FHP.


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Trailer/TruckTires ,-100 Eath /TrailerTfruckTires w/Rirns -7.00 Eah
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You are not alone
Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services
--Individual counseling and support groups for
women are offered through Another Way, Inc.
Services are confidential and free. Contact any of our
Outreach offices at (352)486-3305, (352)498-
1293,(386)758-4843 or (386)792-2747 for the
!,Qloatio. and times of group counseling. Another Way,
InQ also.provides two 24-hour crisis lines.
Sexual Assault 1-866-875-7983
Domestic Violence 1-800-500-1119
Information abd referral services, legal advocacy,
community education, and professional training for
law enforcement, health care and educational person-
nel.

Remember: RAPE IS A CRIME.......ALWAYS
ps.


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Thursday January 22, 2008 www. dcadvocate.net


Announcements


Commended by Army


LEFT TO RIGHT: JAMIE LORD, TYLER HUNT


Jamie Lord and tyler Hunt had a good Christmas vacation. They both shot at the same time, so they both are
taking credit for killing the five-point.


They thank their driver, Duane Lord, for putting them in the right place.


Tank Lee received a Commendation by LT6 Dan Farley this
,week for his "contributions to our Army community" and
for "oustanding contributions to the United States Army."
The Certificate of Appreciation was signed by George W
Casey, Jr., General and Pete Geren, Secretary of the Army.
Congratulations, Tank, for all you do for our veterans!


"Marriage is the al-
liance of two people,
one of whom never
remembers birthdays
and the other never
forgets them."
Ogden Nash


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love you very


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never know what you have until you almost lose it.
much. Please find it in your heart to forgive me.


I love you!

Love, your wife,


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Native Species, & Decorative Stone


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Thursday, January 22, 2009


Hoops


JV BEARS DROP TOUGH From BEARS, pg 1
GAMES ON THE ROAD In the the 2nd half, the Bears
looked to be getting down on
Following a heartbreaking themselves a little bit, as they
25-27 loss to Trenton the had fallen behind, they looked
night before, the JV Boys to the fans for maybe just a
looked to get themselves little motivation, a little
back in the win column on cheering to let them know the
Friday night when they fans were behind them, a lit-
traveled to Chiefland to tie spark to keep them going,
take on the rival Indians. but never got it. The Fans just
The Indians jumped out to sat quietly, even though I did
a 12-4 lead with 1:56 left in manage to hear a few cheers
the 1st. by Halftime, the In- every now and then.
dians had opened up their Chiefland's fans seemed to be
lead on the Bears 29-13. The primed and ready as they
Bears seemed to have trou- kept their team spirit alive
ble getting their stuff go- (even if they did get a bit row-
ing, and at the 2 minute dy, and had some cheers I
warning in the 3rd, the thought were a little rough).
Bears were trailing 46-16. Not getting any support
Seems luck was never with from the fans, (they at least
the Bears as they fell to the got it from one of their
Indians 52-35. biggest fans, who I'm sure
they heard) the Bears con-
tinued to slip behind, as the
'end of the 3rd saw the Indi-
ans ahead 40-31. The 4th
LADY BEARS LOSE quarter saw no lead
changes, as the Indians
ONE, WIN ONE managed to slip past them
and steal the victory win-
Coming off a82-43loss to ning 44-63, as the game was
TrComing th 82-43 Lady Bears called with 7.7'seconds left,
Trenton, the Lady Bears
looked to redeem them- due to fans getting a little
selves against the Lady In- carried away. From my
dians on Friday night. The pointof view, the Bears
game was a good one, as played hard from tip-off to
the scored stayed close be- the last buzzer, and I am so
tween both teams all night. proud of them for never giv-1
With 3:19 left in the 1st, the ing up. Boys, keep your
Bears were holding on to a heads up, and continued
one point lead, leading 3-2. fighting and playing hard,
The Lady Bears continued and giving it everything
to be in control in the 2nd, you've got!!
as thv led 1.8-C at halftime


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Local


SPRINGHOUSE QUILTERS NEWS

Christmas and New Years have been wonderful celebration
events and now that we are past those two big days, Spring-
house members are now ready to pick up their needles and
get back to quilting.

The first monthly meeting for both the day and night
groups was on January 13, a wet cold day. I really thought
the attendance would really be short but much to my sur-
prise, there were 48 ladies for the day meeting and 20 at the
night meeting who braved the cold.wet weather and met at
the Springhouse building. Norma Birman, our new pro-
gram chairperson, has been busy getting programs and
workshops planned for the year. Tuesday's meeting was
great with Mandy Ramaswami doing a great demonstration
on mitered corners and with some other helpful quilting
hints. Quilting ladies are always eager to listen and le .
froma great quilter. Mandy is acertified Eleanor Burns
quilt instructor so she always has plenty of .tips to share
with any quilter. Jan Litzinger is the new hostess for the
year and the social period was great with her wonderful
planning and set-up.

Show and tell was had many new finished projects, even af-
ter a holiday time off. Chris Schrieber form the night
group, displayed a quilt made for her son. While visiting
in Italy, her son requested that she make a quilt with the
beautiful tile work they viewed. So she reproduced the im-
ages to fabric and made the quilt for her son.

The beginner quilting classes will start for new Spring-'
house day members on January 22 and for the night group
on January 27. There will be approximately 10 hew mem-
bers in the two classes.

For additional information on Springhouse quilters, con-
tact Lois Scott, 463-2207.

IAN@ Ad & Ob \R 1
VI$,


Log Cabin
Quilters

Log Cabin Quilters met
Thursday, January 15 at the
Levy County Quilt Museum.
We had many visitors, some
from Williston and
Chiefland.

Last Friday we travelledto
Tampa to the Fair and got
everything taken care of.
Yesterday four travelled
down to do some judging
wahd wha ig eat day we
'ad! It kis 3': 0 PM before it
was all done but it was Itos
of fun. Our next trip will
be February 10 on the bus to
see if we won any ribbons.


Jan. 31 Deadline to Save
for College at Current
Florida Prepaid Prices

TALLAHASSEE Families
have only three weeks left to
purchase a Florida Prepaid
College Plan at current plan
prices. Enrolling children
by the January 31 deadline
is easy to do online at
www.myfloridaprepaid.c6m.

In the world of tax-free 529
college savings plans, pre-
paid tuition plans are in-
creasingly popular, now that
many investment-based 529s
are experiencing the up-
heavals of the stock market,
according to a recent Wall
Street Journal article. For
20 years, more than 881,000
children have been enrolled
in the Florida Prepaid Col-
lege Plan and more than
206,000 students have used
,their prepaid benefitsin col-:
lege. The Plan is financially
guaranteed by the State of
Florida.

Prepaid tuition can be pur-
chased for children and
grandchildren as soon as
they're born and up until
they are in the 11th grade.
Once a Florida Prepaid Col-
lege Plan is purchased, pay-


The bus is full now unless
someone can't go.

Greg and five boys were out
Tuesday and helped put the
quilt book back in place and
also helped a lot with other
things. Thanks, Lacaster!

We will take it easy for a
while now and take care of
the plants on the porch so
they won't freeze.

Lunch today was chicken
dogs, turnips, cheese casse-
role, slaw, potato pancakes,
chicken casserole, meat-
balls, biscuits, cake, brown-
ies, lemon pie, pecan cream
pie, fudge and lemon bars.



ments do not increase. Pre-
paid plans covering dormi-
tory housing, the tuition dif-
ferential fee and local fees
also are available. Current
plan prices are available at
http://www.myfloridapre-
paid.com/Affordability/Cal-
culator.asp.


Once children are ready for
college, their choice of
where to go is not limited.
under the Florida Prepaid
College Plan. The Plan can
be used at Florida's 11 pub-
lic universities, 28 commu-
nity colleges (including the
nine colleges offering'bac-
calaureate degrees) and se-
lect technical schools. Or
the plan's full dollar value,
what would be paid to a
Florida public college, can
be transferred to most ac-
credited private and out-of-
state colleges. .

A $50 application fee is due
by the January 31 deadline.
The first plan payment is
not due until April 20, 2009.
Families can all 1-800-552-
GRAD (4723) to order an En-
rollment Kit and paper ap-
plication in English or
Spanish and speak to a cus-
tomer service representa-
tive.


From MCINNIS, pg 1

She has worked under the
following Principals Ken-
neth Baumer, Wandle
Wheeler, Mike Whittington,
Mike McCaskill, Charlotte
Lord and Buddy Schofield.
She also worked under Vo-
cational Directors Skipper
Jones and Anne Engers.
During these 37 % years she
has served in the following
positions: Occupational
Specialist, Migrant Coordi-
nator, Volunteer Coordina-
tor, CO-OP Teacher, Leader-
ship Teacher, Newspaper
Teacher, Coordinated Dual
Enrollment, taught Life
Management as well as hav-
ing a class for Dual Enroll-
merit on line Classes and
Virtual School Classes She
sponsored the Class of 1991
and Class of 2007. Kathryn
also started the Take Stock
In Children Program in 2000
with eight students. When
she retired Dixie County
has sixty-six students and
about eighty mentors. She
gives the credit to the won-
derful relationship with
Lake City'Community Col-
lege,.mentors and mentees.
Kathryn served as State
President of the Occupa-
tional Specialist, State Vice:
President on the Florida Vo-
cational Association. She
was named the Florida Out-
standing Occupational Spe-
cialist.of the Year.

She has been appointed by-
the Governor to serve as a
trustee for Lake City Com-
munity College. She also
serves on the LCCC Founda-
tion Board. Kathryn states
that under the leadership of
President Dr. Chuck Hall
Lake City Community Col-
lege is a college we can all
be proud of.

Kathryn helped to start the
Dixie Education Foundation
where she now serves as
President. She also helped'
to organize the Dixie FFA
Alumni where she has
served as secretary She is a
member of the Dixie Educa-
tion Association, Dixie Cat-
tleman's, Beta Sigma Phi
and. Dixie County Chamber
of Commerce.

On Tuesday December 16th
Dixie County High School
gave a nice reception for
Kathryn. Mr. Mark Rains
presented Kathryn with a


beautiful plaque and a enve-
lope with donations from
the staff at Dixie County
High School. Kathryn was
very appreciative.

A large party with over one
hundred sixty signing the
register was held on Satur-
day, December 20th honor-
ing Kathryn for her years of
service by family and
friends. Carol West wel-
comed the guest with Pastor
Bobby Lindsey blessing the
food. After a wonderful
meal was served Carol, Dr.
Chuck Hall, Pastor Lindsey,
Judy Sumrall, Diane Locke,
Dolphus Peppers, Alton-
Kathryn's brother, and Ron-
da-Kathryn's daughter gave
wonderful remarks of the
impact she has had on their
life. We had the pleasure of
being entertained by Jordan
Bush and Pastor Lindsey
Billy Sullivan did a great
job in cooking the meat
along with help from Billy
Everett, Carol West, Myrtle
Land, Barbara Williams,
Bob Corbin, Cleo Williams,
Cecelia Lovelace, Lynda
Barber, Tracey Neal, Shelly
Jo Fowler, Penny Robson,
Lori Land, Sherry Lawley,
Chana Watson, Dot Hurst,
Deanna Land, and Ronda
Berry prepared the other
food. Clayton Johnson, Shel-
ley Everett, Melissa Long,
Vernon Long and a host of
others helped with the
cleanup. Carol did an awe-
some job in decorating the
Trail Riders and placing
four tables of plaques on
display that Kathryn has re-
ceived over the years.
Thanks also to the Sheriff's
office for cleaning the Trial
Riders Club.

In closing, Kathryn thanked
everyone and stated she was
thankful for the opportunity
to serve the student's, par-
entsand the community.
She has made the statement
that without the support of
her wonderful family she
would not have been able to
do the things she has been
able to accomplish.
Kathryn thanked all in at-
tendance at the party for
coming, gifts, but most of
all their friendship. She re-
ceived lots of calls from peo-
ple who could not attend
due to Christmas Parties
with family and Church
Parties, she certainly under-
stood.


More Sure Word
Church would like
to thank every one
who helped to make
the Martin Luther
King, Jr. Day Pa-
rade a great success
this year.

A special thanks to
Mrs. Debbie Sweem
and Praise Christ-
ian Church for their
help in organizing
the parade, Stanley
McHenry for the
Coke Buggy and Ly-
dia Baptist Church
for letting us bor-
row their church.


May God bless each and every on eof you richly

Thank you,
More Sure Word Church


Bears Start

Baseball Tryouts


Tryout for the Bears' Baseball team started Tuesday after
school. At least twenty guys showed up to display their
throwing skills for coaches Joey Whittington and Boorum.


Dwayne "Top" Rollison
Owner Operator


ugrmaster Pest Control,Inc.


RO. Box 1319
91 S.W. 12th Street
Cross City, FL 32628


Phone:
Office (352) 498-0064
Home (352) 498-1939


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On December 22, my wallet

was stolen or misplaced.



If whoever picked it up would return

it to me or bring it to the Advocate,

there will be no questions asked.


I just need my information and

paperwork.


Thank you

Maria Chapman

352-498-0614
3. 52-215-3908


This Holiday Season join others in the community

who are giving a loved one a beautiful Smile!
Listen to what your friends are saying...
"Giving Mary a beautiful smile was the best investment we could have made
in her future success" Jennifer Smith
"Dr. Bill's friendly staff worked with us to come up with a payment plan to
make Bobby's braces affordable" John Walker
"This is a gift we can give our grandson what will never wear out"
Miriam Watson


"Jane is so much more self confident now that she has straight, beautiful
teeth!" -Kelly Andrews
We have expanded our hours so everyone can get their braces on before Christmas!

D r. Bill M artin 410N.Main Street, Suite 8 *Chiefland, F
%L_ f ii* 352-490-0900
BracesFor Smiling Faces Visit our
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Thursday January 22, 2009


Arbor Day

Observed

By Garden
Club'

The Suwannee Riv-
er Garden Club ob-
served Arbor Day
with Mary Jo
Smith's class of Ju-
nior Gardeners at
the Bronson Ele-
mentary Schoolin
Bronson on Arbor
Day, January -16.
Three live oak trees
were planted on the
school grounds that
were donated by the Grandiflora nursery The students recited a poem they had learned for
the occasion which ended 'The trees we plant today, with sun and rain and rest; will grow to
be the shade that all the land wears best." The students had also drawn trees on cards that
were given to the club members. It was the coldest day of the year but the spirits were
high.
The next garden club meeting will be Monday night January 26, 2009 at the church building
behind the Cadillac Motel in Fanning Springs at 7 p.m. The program will be on perennials
by the A & K Nursery from Cross City. Come and bring a friend. For more information,
contact Joan Pryor, (352) 542-2211 or joanpryor@hughes.net.



Cross City Plants Trees. for Arbor Day


Local Business Update
Prepared By County News, Inc. 2009 All Rights Reserved
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New & Nearly New Consignments
Store Hours: Tues-Fri 10am-6pm,
Sat 10am-4pm
Family Fashions; located at 14831 NW Highway 19 in Chiefland, phone (352) 490-4925 presents an economi
service for buyers looking to purchase top-quality clothing and accessories at prices well below those found E
department stores. In this well-stocked consignment store, you will find a variety, of new and like-new clothin
for women, men, children and infants. In addition to clothing, they also carry accessories such as shoes, handbag
and much more.
From baby clothes, furnishing and toys, to women and men's clothing, shoes and accessories -- Family Fashion
has it all! Everyday low prices and special discounts you are bound to find something to take home and tredsur
You'll find it a pleasure to shop in their clean, well-lit store.
Family Fashions is dedicated to providing personal, professional customer service to each client. Their goal i
to be known in this area as the consignment'shop where you find good clothing at unbeatable prices that you ca
afford.. And remember consignment doesn't necessarily mean "used", but it does mean great merchandise E
lower-than-retail prices!
The authors of this 2009 Winter Edition Local Business Update are pleased to bring Family Fashions to ou
readers attention. Shop there once, and you'll never shop retail again.
Flying Hawk
Whether you are looking for wall-to-wall carpet, quality hardwood floors, beautiful laminate flooring or top-of-the
line tile, Flying Hawk has what you need. They will help you pick the perfect flooring option, work within you
budget and get the right product installed on time!
At Flying Hawk, they have the greatest selections of residential and commercial flooring in the area. Amon
their extensive collections, you will find everything from exquisite, decorative woven carpets to the most durabl
hardwood flooring.
Their master installers are certified and trained in all aspects of flooring. They have their own in-house trainin
program, which guarantees perfection and the quality of service their customers demand and expect! The
provide installation seryices to the residential, commercial, new construction, remodel and design trade for carpe
hardwood, laminate, vinyl, ceramic, marble or tile. Find the flooring to fit your style and taste, and even you
budget.
The editors of this 2009 Winter Edition Local Business Update suggest that you call Flying Hawk, located a
Highway 19 in Old Town, phone (352) 542-9038, and let them fulfill your flooring needs today!
Weeks Flea Market
Areas Largest Dealer in Used Merchandise
Bring the whole family to Weeks Flea Market and enjoy the savings you will find on items such as fnmitur
bedding, clothing, new dolls, books, DVDs, videos, what-knots, toys, bicycles, linoleum & carpet remnants, dishe
pots & pans, appliances, tools and almost anything to furnish a home. Located off State Road 26 betwee:
Newberry and Trenton turn South on Alachua-Gilchrist County line at the sign go 2 miles to the ol
chicken houses on the right. qpen Saturday and Sunday from 9am-5pm. Phone: (352) 472-2061 or (352
665-6602.
You have not been to a flea market quite like Weeks Flea Market, where the prices are very reasonable an
customer satisfaction comes first. Layaways on larger items are available with a payment plan for a limited lengt
of time. Details are available at the Flea Market.
The authors of this 2009 Winter Edition Local Business Update suggest that when you're looking to shoI
Weeks Flea Market is the perfect place to start!
Knauff Funeral Homes
Family Owned & Operated
If you have lost a loved one and don't know who to turn to for help, Knauff Funeral Homes is committed t
serving the families and community in this timeof need. They offer a wide range of Iuneral services, buria
pre-need planning and cremation choices. Their staff of caring professionals prides themselves in providing
personalized, compassionate service before, during and after the funeral service. They respect and satisfy ever
family's unique needs by offering customized funeral service options. They maintain the highest ethical standard:
recognize and appreciate local customs and religious practices. They are committed to honoring and celebratin
all lives that have been lived, and believe that success is providing genuine care and concern for the individua
the family and the community. Their goal is to help the grief stricken survivors of a loved one get through th
transition to acceptance.
If you find that Knauff Funeral Homes can best serve you, or for more information on their services fo
your future or current needs, the editors of this 2009 Winter Edition Local Business Update suggest tha
you contact them at (352) 493-4777 in Chiefland, located at 71,5 W. Park Ave., or (352) 528-3481 in Willistor
located at512 E. Noble Ave.
Omni Home Care
We know how difficult it is to devote the proper care and attention to your loved ones who may need special car
following an accident or illness. Home is the most desirable and effective place for recuperation. Let Omni Horn
Care bring their quality care right to your door where and when you need it most.
Omni Home Care values quality of service above all else. Their commitment to patients is visible through thei
Registered Nurses, Physical Therapists, Speech Therapists, Social Workers, Licensed Practical Nurses, occupations
therapists and Home Health Aides. Each staff member is eager to provide the best possible Home Health Service:
Now serving the following counties: Alachua, Bradford, Dixie, Gilchrist, Levy, Marion, Putnam & Union.
.Omni Home Care.caregivers are compassionate and highly skilled professionals who listen to patients' need!
They are trailed to manage physical, psychological and emotional barriers to recovery. They work for eac
individual's safety, welfare and best interests.
The editors of this 2009 Winter Edition Local Business Update suggest that if you would like more informatio
about Omni Home Care or home health care in general, just call (352) 384-9240 or 1-877-246-0734. The
would be glad to answer any questions you may have. LIC#299991705
Haven Hospice
When facing a life-limiting illness, you have choices. If you choose hospice, choose the one that serves you bes
the one that provides comprehensive compassionate care while respecting each person's need, beliefs and wishes
Haven Hospice supports a patient's entire family as well as the community in which he or she lives. In addition
to quality end-of-life and palliative care, Haven Hospice offers outreach programs such as caregiver education,
advance-care planning workshops, individual and family grief support,-children's services, and counseling.
These are important qualities to look for when selecting a quality hospice.
Haven Hospice has been serving North Florida since 1979, and has been licensed as a not-for-profit hospic
since 1980. Should you, or a loved one need hospice services, the editors of this 2009 Winter Edition Locs
Business Update suggest that you contact Haven Hospice at 1-800-727-1889 or visit www.havenhosnice.or
Haven Hospice-enhancing life through our compassion and care.
Anne Thompson Interiors
When you invite Anne Thompson Interiors into your home or business, you will feel comfortable that the
are qualified interior designers to assume the responsibility for providing you with excellent design, qualit
craftsmanship and high ethical standards.
They are a residential, commercial and hospitality interior design firm specializing in design and space planning
Their goal is to determine and create an environment that is a reflection of you and your needs whether you're
doing a single room or an entire home. They are always persistent about meeting your budget, timing and desig
requirements..
They carry over 30 lines of fine furniture. They make all their own window coverings and offer a beautify
showroom with furniture and accessories. Delivery & set-up dre free.
Best of all, Anne Thompson Interiors listens and woiks in a way that is comfortable and productive to you. Ever
project is unique, since each client has a distinct vision. Let the interior designer professionals at Anne Thompso:
Interiors bring your vision alive.
The authors of this 2009 Winter Edition Local Business Update suggest that you call Anne Thompso:
Interiors today at (352) 493-4455, and schedule your appointment or request more information. They ar
located at 1713 North Young Boulevard in Chiefland.


City Council members and city employees planted some new trees at Northwest Park in'
Cross City, with the help of the Forestry service to celebrate Arbor Day.


New Masonic Officers I


JOPPA MASONIC LODGE, in Dixie County Florida, in- .
stalled their newly elected Officers for 2009 at Fletcher,
Florida in an open meeting of members, families and
friends. This ceremony was preceded by a lavish dinner
with members and their Ladies bringing a covered dish of
their specialities. Covered dish spreads are tradition at
Joppa which promotes good spirit and harmony among all
members, family and friends.
The Lodge was honored with a special guest MW Robert
Trump the Past Grand Master of Masons in Florida who
knew from past experience simplycould not pass up such a
dinner fellowship. The consensus of these elected Officers
foryear 2009 will be just fine and look forward to making
their contribution in making a very successful lodge year.


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free


Spanish classes
at the
Dixie County Public
Library
beginning January
22,
running through
April 30, from
4:00 5:00 each
Thursday. Please
pre-register at the
library or


call

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Local


Your computer has an ad-
dress that is unique to it.
The address, called a MAC
(Machine Address Code)
along with your IP (Internet
Protocol) address have been
being used to track every
site that you have ever trav-
eled to. Believe it or not, this
information is valuable.


edneck Tech

by Eli Loy

More

software For

ie Paranoid

ating system that assumes
that its operator is under as-
sault from the government
(it was intended for use by
Chinese and Syrian dissi-
dents), and it does every ,
thing it can to keep your
communications and docu-
ments a secret. It even
throws up a bunch of "chaff'
communications that are
supposed to disguise the fact
that you're doing anything
covert. So while you're re-
ceiving a political message
one character at a time,
ParanoidLinux is pretend-
ing to surf the Web and fill
in questionnaires and flirt
in chat-rooms. Meanwhile,
one in every five hundred
characters you receive is
your real message, a needle
buried in a huge haystack."


"Tor is a software project
that helps you defend
against traffic analysis, a
form of network surveil-
lance that threatens person-
al freedom and privacy, con-
fidential business activities
and relationships, and state
security. Tor protects you by
bouncing your communica-
tions around a distributed
network of relays run by
volunteers all around the
world: it prevents somebody
watching your Internet con-
nection from learning what
sites you visit, and it pre-
vents the sites you visit
from learning your physical
location. Tor works with
many of your existing appli-
cations, including web
browsers, instant messaging
clients, remote login, and
other applications based on
the TCP protocol."


Got Jury Duty?
Are you SURE?


Florida Agriculture and
Consumer Services Commis-
sioner Charles H. Bronson
today alerted consumers to a
growing identity theft scam
in which con artists posing
as courthouse workers claim
that the person being called
has failed to report for jury
duty

The scam has been reported
in 11 states, although it is
unclear whether it has sur-
faced in Florida, officials
say.

"If you get such a call, hang
up and avoid providing any
personal or financial infor-
mation over the phone,"
Bronson said. "Court work-
'ers don't call on the phone to


inform you that you've
missed a jury duty sum-
mons."

The scam typically involves
a call from a person claim-
ing to be,a jury coordinator
who informs the person be-
ing called that a warrant
has been issued for his or
her arrest as a result.of the
person's failure to appear for
jury duty When the intend-
ed victim protests and re-
ports that he or she never
received a summons to re-
port for jury duty, they are
asked for a social security
number, a.date of birth and
sometimes even a bank ac-
count number.

Providing the information
enables the scam artist to
clean out the consumer's
bank accountand open up
other accounts, obtain credit


cards and establish other
lines of credit in the vic-
tim's name, Bronson
warned.

"Such a call would under-
standably upset most people,
especially with the threat of
arrest, and catch them off
guard."

It is yet another example of
how con artists try to rip off
consumers. "People need to
always remember to avoid
giving any personal or fi-
nancial information over
the telephone to anyone
whose identity they have not
verified," Bronson said.

If you have questions about
the legitimacy of calls about
jury duty, contact Dana Can-
non Johnson or her staff at
the Clerk of Court's Office
at 498-1200.


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The Dixie County Advocate Thursday January 22, 2009


tun to Do


BARK N PURR
CONCERT
The Bronson Youth League
Park will come alive with
the sounds of music on Sat-
urday February 28, 2009,
when major and local
recording artists will per-
form to raise funds for a
spay and neuter clinic and
adoption center for the Tri-
county area. The 2nd Annu-
al Bark-N-Purr Charity Con-
cert will open at Noon on
that day and provide a vari-
ety of entertaining family
events throughout the after-
noon.
However, when the
sun goes down the air will
be filled with the music of
singer-songwriter Craig
Morgan. Born and raised in
Nashville, Morgan became
serious about his career af-
ter a tour with the US Army
Every year since 2003,. Mor-
gan has had one or two of
his songs on the top 100
County and Western charts
of Hot CountrySongs and
The Billboard Hot 100.
Songs like "Interna-
tional Harvester" and "Love
Remembers" (2008), "Little
Bit of Life" (2007), "I Got
You" (2006), and "Redneck
Yacht Club" (2005). His
most recent release, "God
Must Really Love Me" is
46th on the chart of Hot
Country Songs.


In addition to Mor-
gan's performance at 8:00
p.m., the Tom Jackson Band
will entertain from 5:30 to
6:15 p.m. and performer
Bryce Carlisle will be on the
main stage from 6:30 to 7:30
pm. Advance tickets can be
purchased on line or by tele-
phone from Ticket Alterna-
tive,
www.ticketalternative.com
or (877) 725-8849. Locally
tickets are available at:
Klover Leaf, 701 SW 7th
Ave., Williston; Bronson Ace
Hardware, 403 Hathaway
Ave., Bronson; Chiefland
Hardware and Farm Supply,
215 E. Rogers Blvd. (Hwy
129), Chiefland; Wishful
Thinking Western World,
3443 SW Williston Rd.,
Gainesville and 2230 NW
10th St., Ocala.
Advance admission
prices: General $25; VIP $35;
Child 4 to 10 years $6; and
under 4 Free. At the gate on
the day of the concert: Gen-
eral $35 and VIP $45; chil-
dren the same. Your ticket
will give you unlimited ac-
cess to the Bark-N-Purr
Charity Concert throughout
the day and admission to
the concert. For more infor-
mation on the days events
call (352) 486-5705 or (352)
317-0279 or on line at
www.humanesocietyoflevy-
countycom.


Levy County Republicans Monthly Meeting

The monthly meeting of the Levy County Republican Exec-
utive Committee will be held on Monday, January 26, 2009 at
Bubbaque's Restaurant in Chiefland formally known as
Bell's. We will start with food and fellowship at 6:30pm
then the meeting at 7pm. All Republicans are welcome to
join us.
We will elect our new officers and vote on our meet-
ing day either to change to the 3rd Monday or stay with the
4th Monday Our Lincoln Reagan Memorial Dinner will be
on Friday, March'27 at Bubbaque's Restaurant in Chiefland.
Tickets are available at the meetingor call Juanita at
(352)339-0747. The Keynote Speaker will be the Former
Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives, Marco
Rubio. He is best known for his book 100 Innovative Ideas
for Florida's Future. Rubio traveled around the state to
gather ideas from citizens for this book. And many of the
issues he.pushed for as speaker came from ideas in this
book. During his tenure as Speaker, Marco Rubio champi-
oned a conservative, small-government approach to Flori-
da's government.Now is the time for ALL REPUBLICANS
TO WORK TOGETHER so please attend our meetings and
get involved. If you.have any questions please call George
or Nancy at (352) 486-0036.


HOGGETOWNE MEDIEVAL FAIR

Opening Day Saturday
Step back in time as the Middle Ages come to life.
The Hoggetowne Medieval Faire will be held at
the Alachua County
Fairgrounds on January 24, 25, 30, 31 &
February 1.



Collectors Day

Help celebrate the 30th Collectors Day!. This
unique event has been here at the Florida
museum since 1980. Come enjoy personal
collections from Simpsons figurines and an-
tique cars-to sports and war memorabilia.


3rd Annual North Florida Crossword
Puzzle Tournament
Saturday, Jan 31 9:00a to 1:00p
at Savannah Grande, Gainesville, FL
Crossword puzzle contest for participants of all lev-
els; individual and team competitions. Syndicated
puzzle constructor Merl Reagle will guest host this
year's event.


Focus on the

Future:

Home-

makers

Develop self-sufficiency
and confidence, learn ob
search and interview
skills, create a master
application and resume,
and gain basic comput-
ers kills. Finding sup-
portive friends is a plus.
Special topic workshops
are also offered covering
health, legal and employ-
er issues.

FREE, classes
are offered
monthly. The
next class starts
February 9,
2009. Registra-
tion deadline is
February 6th.

If you are 35 years or
older and ahve lost fi-
nancial support, our pro-
gram can help you make
the transition into the
job market. Contact the
Displaced Homemaker
Program at Santa Fe Col-
lege at (352) 395-5047 to
make an intake screen-
ing appointment. The
time to try is now.


UNIT 383 DANCE


American Legion Auxiliary Unit 383, Old Town, apologizes
for postponing January's dinner, but we're offering pot
roast and sides plus dessert, served from,4-7PM on Wednes-
day, Feb. 4th.
Our Sweetheart's Dance will be held on Saturday, February
14th, with Stacy on the mike, crooning those romantic
tunes. Come out and dance with your sweetie, have some
fun, and, maybe win her a prize! You'll also enjoy a sump-
tuous Italian dinner of Lasagna, garlic bread, salad and
dessert. The party starts at 2PM and runs until 6.
Finally, thanks for the donations on 'Christmas Packages'.
The money raised goes directly toward comfort items for
the troops overseas, and is much appreciated. Anyone
wishing to donate items to add to the packages should
drop them at the Post and again, Thank You!


Suwannee River
Poets

Suwannee River Poets will meet Tuesday, January 27, 2009,
at 7 pm at the First Christian Church, 6591 NW 140th St.
(CR346), Chiefland, FL.
We welcome visitors and new members. Come join us,
bring your poetry to share, and make some new friends.
For further information, call Ruth Nott at 490-7650.


It's quite a ride, but it
sounds like fun

The 12th Annual Festival
Celebrates Florida's Tiniest
Citrus Fruit

DADE CITY, FL -This tiny
little fruit is as fun to eat as
it is to say. And at the
12th Annual Kumquat Festi-
val in Dade City on Satur-
day, Jan. 31, you can
learn how. (Here's a hint:
Don't peel it, eat the whole
thing.)
The self-proclaimed
kumquat. capital of the
world is located in St.
Joseph just
outside of Dade City Since
1998, locals have celebrated
the kumquat on the '
last Saturday in January
The festival draws quite a
crowd. Last year, more than
35,000 attended the
event, which features
unique Rumquat recipes
and tasty samples. In a
contest before the festival,
talented cooks mix
kumquats into meat and
vegetables dishes as well as
salads and desserts.
Some of the tastiest cre-
ations from previous years
were Kumquat Pie,


Kumquat & Rum Ice Cream,
Kumquat Salsa, Kumquat
Pound Cake and Kumquat
Chips. All recipes are com-
piled into a Kumquat Cook-
book, which is a top seller at
the festival.

The Kumquat Festival offers
more than good eats. Other
attractions include:
* Arts and crafts show (one
of. the largest in the county
with more
than 300 booths)
* Antique Car Show (includ-
ing a collection of antique
fire. trucks)
SQuilt Show
* Wagon rides around His-
toric Downtown Dade City
* Country, pop, bluegrass
and folk musical entertain-
ment
* Crowning of the Kumquat
Queen
* Farmer's market with
herbs, honey, plants and cit-
rus trees for sale
* 5K Run & Walk
* Kumquat Kiddie Corral

Most activities are free and
open to the public, 9 a.m.
until 5 p.m. For more
information call the Greater
Dade City Chamber of Com-
merce at (352) 567-
3769 or visit wwwkumquat-
festival.org


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Artist. His confidence has grown from being sny ana sensitive to Deing conn-
dent and self-assured. He likes earning belts and seeing his success. He is
looking forward to learning more self- defense. He trains at Larry Taylor's
School of Self Defense located two blocks behind the Dixie County Court-
house, next to the city park. For class information for kids, teens, and adults
call 498-0048.

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DIXIE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT




SERVING YOU AT FIVE LOCATIONS


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

Acute & Chronic Disease Care Minor Surgical Procedures
SLaceration Repair Employment Physicals
Well Child &NewbornCare Family Planning 0B Care
School & Sports Physicals School Health Services
Treatment for Asthma Preventative Health Care
WIC Coupons Dental Services
Laboratory & XRay HIV Anonymous & Confidential Testing

SChild and Adult Immunizations
Attention Deficit Disorder Evaluation & Treatment
Kiddy Corner Play Area for Children

FREE PREGNANCY TESTS
Board Certified Pediatrician To Care For Your Children
Board Certified Family Medicine Practitioner to Care For Adults
Medical Providers To See Your Children At School


TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT CALL: (352) 498.1360
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AMERICAN LEGION POST 383- is
open from 9 am until 9 pm. The Le-
:gionnaires meet on-the 3rd Wednes-
S":day of each month and the Auxiliary
.meets on the2nd and 4th Wednesdays
of each month; all3 meetings at 7 pm.
":SAL meets on the 1st and 3rd Mon-
days of each month at 7:30 pm. Live
Entertainment every Tuesday night
;,at4'pm in the lounge. For more in-
formation call 542-2021.

'Holy Cross Catholic Church- Bin-.
go every Tuesday evening 6:00 p.m -
US. 19. Doors open at 6:00 pm. -
snacks available. Free coffee. Rosary
Every Wednesday at 6:00 pm. 352-493-


-,:"' REGNAIT? Need help? Freepreg-
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. Ufn

Forest Park Hill Community Cen-
S,'-ter -:Has a Bingo every Monday
"Everng, -Doors open at 4:30 pm,
Sggmam 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
..... Ss Gity. 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.


REALLY NICE 1 BR APT, new
remodelled, first/last/securi
Casa del Sol. 498-3376.
ufn

FOR RENT in Cross City: CU'
1200 sq ft wood frame home.
bdrm/1 bath. Wood floors ma
house, carpeted bdrms. Eat
:kitchen. Large living room/d:
ing 'rm. Front porch, carport,.
1/3 acre lot in Cross City Walki
distance of the schools. $4
month/$500.00 deposit require
NO SMOKING. NO PETS I
DOORS, Contact OwnE
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FOR RENT. 2 bedroom mob
home just south of Old Tow
$300 per month,.1st and last, pi
.. $200 security. No smoking,
pets. 352-498-7067.
UFN
STEINHATCHEE PLACE
RESORT: Furnished 1 and 2 be
.room Condo's for Rent $550
-$675:.ncluded in price-Cable, I
ternet, Local calls, Hot Tub.C
352-498-7740 or 813-677-9640
2,3,4,5
HOUSE FOR RENT in CRO
CITY. 3/2 2,500 sq.ft., furnished
including big screen TV, commE
.. ial grade home gym, all app
-ances included $850. 813-362-734
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HOUSE FOR RENT 3BR 1 Ba
block home $500 per monl
First, last, security $300. 352-5;
7680.:
.. ,5


93 CADILLAC EL DORA-
DO, black, runs good. Call
-for more details. Asking
- $2,00 OBO. 352-210-2179.
4,5,6


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RN'S NEEDED Cross City
Rehab is looking for RN's FT
and PT for the 10pm to,i6am
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


Auto Repair Service. Free
pick-up and delivery. Try
us once, you'll never go
anywhere again. 498-3312


SUWANNEE RIVERFRONT
HOME, near Hinton Land-
ing, reduced $100,000. 3
Bedroom, 2 bath on one
acre, large dock, floating
dock, inground swimming
pool, $190,000 firm. 904-
225-0080 or 904-254-8727

,2,3,4,5


GOATS! Dixie County Ac-:;
climatized Boer Goats from
the DCHS FFA Herd, can be
seen at Shamrock Vet Clinic
498-5293. Great prices and
selection. Support your lo-
cal FFA and get an environ-
mentally-friendly lawn
mower too.


Hay for sale. Round Bales
Cow- $30; Horse $40.00 Call
352-222-5405 or 352.22-5302


DOMESTIC VIOLENCE &
TE SEXUAL ASSAULT SER-
3 VICES: Individual counseling
Ln and support groups for women
in
in and offered through Another
on Way, Inc Services are confiden-
ng tial and free. Contact any of
:20 our Outreach offices at 352-486-
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Coffee filters ..who
knew! And you can
buy 1,000 at the Dollar
store for almost
nothing.

1. Cover bowls or dishes
when cooking in the mi-
crowave. Coffee filters make
excellent covers.

2. Clean windows and mir-
rors. Coffee filters are lint-
free so they'll leave win-
dows sparkling.

3. Protect China.

Separate your good dishes
by putting a coffee filter
between-each dish.

4. Filter broken cork from
wine. If you break the cork
when opening a wine bot-
*tle, filter the wine through a
coffee filter.


5. Protect a cast-iron skil-
let. Place a coffee filter in
the skillet to absorb mois-
ture and prevent rust.


6. Apply shoe polish. Ball
up a lint-free coffee filter.


7. Recycle frying oil. After
frying, strain oil through a
sieve! lined with a coffee fil-
ter.


8. Weigh chopped foods.
Place chopped ingredients
in a coff ee filter on a.
kitchen scale


9. Hold tacos. Coffee filters
make convenient wrappers
for messy foods.


10. Stop the soil from leak-
ing out of a plant pot. Line
a plant pot with a coffee fil-


ter to prevent the soil from
going through the drainage
holes.


11. Pre vent a Popsicle from
dripping. Poke one or two
holes as needed in a coffee
filter.


12. Do you think we used
expensive strips to wax eye-
brows? Use strips of.coffee
filters.


13. Put a few in a plate and
put your fried bacon,
French fries, chicken fin-
gers, etc on them.
Soaks out all the grease.

14. Keep in the bathroom.
They make great "razor
nick fixers."


--Thanks, Ben!


I didn't know that!


by Karlen Evins
"Awww...You're the best!"
my best friend smiled. I
feigned a smile back as I
collapsed into the driver's
seat, praying to God we
were done with the shop-
ping.
Granted,,it's not everyday
one shops for awedding
dress. Silly me. I thought of-
fering to help was what a
maid of honor should do.

What I didn't know was
what this entailed: mob fest
at the bridal show, the
bridesmaid feeding fren-
zy...the January specials
for all those girls who got
rocks for Christmas!

Such was not our case. We'd
been planning Virginia's
wedding for months. But
now that we're down to the
last four weeks, our nerves
were getting frayed.

Never one to complain, I
was there to help, and by
end of the day was even try-
ing on dresses with her in
.effort to divide and con-
quer! But exhaustion or no,
one thing I learned, when it
comes to weddings and all
things bridal, these women
live to get "all gussied up!"
"What is a gussie anyway?"
Virginia asked.


(Why We Say The Things We Say)


"Technically, it's gusset." I
mumbled...pulling a taupe
bridesmaid dress over my
head.

For the record, a gusset, is a
triangular piece of materi-
al, added to a fabric to rein-
force its figure and shape.
(Such reinforcements be-
came necessary when cer-
tain materials were prone
to rip, thanks to those un-
godly torture devices
known as the corset...pre-
cursor to the modern day
"Spanx!")

Believe it or not, men wore
gussets first, though NOT
for style; but instead, for


battle. Original gussets
were made of metal, de-
signed to slip into a suit of
armor to cover those joints
between ribs and heart.

Over time, the same was
discovered to be useful for
reinforcing women's gar-
ments as well.

Appropriate if you ask me.
Be it battle, beauty or wed-
dings, being all gussied up
meant you better go for re-
inforcements!

Karlen Evins, author of
"I Didn't Know That"
welcomes your feedback
www.karlenevins.com


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Thursday January 22, 2009


www. dcadvocate.net


.s, etc.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
3rd JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DIXIE
COUNTY

Washington Mutual Bank
Case #: 2008-CA-000042

Plaintiff,
-vs.- Scott M. Sturtevant a/k/a Scott
Sturtevant, Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to an Order of Final Judgment
of Foreclosure dated January 7,
2009, entered in Civil Case No.
2008-CA-000042 of the Circuit
Court of the 3rd Judicial Circuit in
and for Dixie County, Florida,
wherein Washington Mutual Bank,
Plaintiff and Scott M. Sturtevant
a/k/a Scott Sturtevant are defen-
dant(s), I will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash, OUTSIDE
CLERK OF THE COURT'S OFFICE
IN THE FRONT LOBBY OF THE
DIXIE COUNTY COURTHOUSE,
LOCATED'AT COUNTY ROAD 351
AND KING AVENUE, CROSS CITY,
DIXIE COUNTY, FLORIDA, AT
11:00 A.M. on February 10, 2009,
the following described property as
set forth in said Final Judgment, to-
wit:

LOT 1, BLOCK B, FLORIDA OAK
FOREST, ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 164, OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF DIXIE
COUNTY, FLORIDA.

TOGETHER WITH DOUBLEWIDE
MOBILE HOME, YEAR: 1985,
MAKE: CITATION, VIN# EJ05528A
& VIN# EJ05528B, PERMANENTLY
AFFIXED THEREON.

ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN IN-
TEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
DAYS AFTER THE SALE.

DATED at Cross City, Florida, this
7th day of January_, 2009.

DANA CANNON JOHNSON
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
Dixie County, Florida

ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF:
SHAPIRO & FISHMAN
10004 N. Dale Mabry Highway,
Suite 112
Tampa, FL 33618
Karen Leverett
Deputy Clerk ... ..
Dixie County Advocatei
3,4


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DIXIE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION, FILE NUM-
BER 2008-CP-71

IN RE: ESTATE OF MARGARET
JANE GRAY, DECEASED.

AMENDED NOTICE TO
CREDITORS

The administration of the Estate of
MARGARET JANE GRAY, de-
ceased, whose date of death was
July 31, 2008; File Number 2008-
CP-71, is pending in the Circuit
Court of DIXIE County, FLorida,
Probate Division, the address of
which is P. O. Box 1206, Cross
City, FL32628. The names and
addresses of the personal repre-
sentative and the personal repre-
sentative's attorney are set forth
below.

All creditors of the Decedent and
other persons having claims or de-
marids against Decedent's estate,
on whom a copy of this notice is
required to be served, must file
their claims with this court WITHIN
THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER TH ETIME OF HTE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.

All other creditors of the Decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's es-
tate must file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS-NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.

NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED.


The date of first publication of this
notice is January 15, 2009.

Gregory V. Beauchamp, P.A.
Attorney for Personal Representa-'
tive
P. 0. Box 1129, Chiefland, FL
32644

Rickey Nelson Gray
Personal Representative
PO Box 161
Suwannee, FL 32692

3,4


This is a public notice to inform
Dozier Dowling & Timothy Miller,
Cross City, that rent on his or her
unit is more than 15 days delin-
quent. There will be an auction
on this unit on January 31, 2009
at 9:00 am at the Cross City
Storage Facility.

(2),3,4

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 3rd JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DIXIE
COUNTY

Deutsche Bank Trust Company
Americas formerly known as
Banker's Trust Company, as
Trustee and Custodian
Case #: 2008-CA-000061

Plaintiff,
-vs.-
Michael J. Frisbey and Sandra
Lee WhortOn
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to an Order of Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure dated Janu-
ary 7, 2009, entered in Civil Case
No. 2008-CA-000061 of the Circuit
Court of the 3rd Judicial Circuit in
and for Dixie County, Florida,
wherein Deutsche Bank Trust
Company Americas formerly
known as Banker's Trust Compa-
ny, as Trustee and Custodian,
Plaintiff and Michael J. Frisbey
and Sandra Lee Whorton are de-
fendant(s), I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash, OUT-
SIDE CLERK OF THE COURT'S
OFFICE IN THE FRONT LOBBY
OF THE DIXIE COUNTY COURT-
HOUSE, LOCATED AT COUNTY
ROAD 351 AND KING AVENUE,
CROSS CITY, DIXIE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, AT 11:00 A.M. on Feb-
ruary 10, 2009, the following de-
scribed property as set forth in
said Final Judgment, to-wit:

27-2 FURTHER DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS: THE EAST HALF OF
THE WEST TWO-FIFTHS THE
NORTH HALF (EXCEPT THERE
SHALL BE AN EASEMENT FOR
PRIVATE ROAD AND PUBLIC
UTILITIES ALONG THE SOUTH
25 FEET OF THE ABOVE DE-
SCRIBED LOT) OF PARCEL 10
LYING IN SECTION 24, TOWN-
SHIP 9 SOUTH, RANGE 13
EAST, DIXIE COUNTY, FLORIDA,
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
? ws W f h ,.,tf f^'- -* '
COMMENCE AT A CONCRETE
MONUMENT AT THE NORTH-
WEST CORNER OF U.S. GOV-
ERNMENT LOT 3 IN AFORE-
MENTIONED SECTION 24 FOR A
POINT OF REFERENCE,
THENCE RUN SOUTH 00 DE-
GREES 52 MINUTES 30 SEC-
ONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF
50.04 FEET TO AN IRON PIPE;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 88 DE-
GREES 49 MINUTES 07 SEC-
ONDS EAST A DISTANCE OF
681.78 FEET TO AN IRON PIPE;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 0 DE-
GREES 54 MINUTES 56 SEC-
ONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF
1958.96 FEET TO AN IRON PIPE
AND THE POINT OF BEGIN-
NING; THENCE CONTINUE
SOUTH 0 DEGREES 54 MIN-
UTES 56 SECONDS EAST, A
DISTANCE OF 326.50 FEET TO
AN IRON PIPE, THENCE RUN
SOUTH 88 DEGREES 11 MIN-
UTES 58 SECONDS EAST, A
DISTANCE OF 633.57 FEET TO
AN IRON PIPE, THENCE RUN
NORTH 0 DEGREES 57 MIN-
UTES 10 SECONDS WEST, A
DISTANCE OF.327.50 FEET TO
AN IRON PIPE, THENCE RUN
NORTH 88 DEGREES 17 MIN-
UTES 17 SECONDS WEST, A
DISTANCE OF 633.30 FEET TO
AN IRON PIPE AND THE POINT
OF BEGINNING, ALL LYING AND
BEING IN DIXIE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.

ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN IN-
TEREST IN THE SURPLUS
FROM THE SALE IF ANY, OTH-
ER THAN THE PROPERTY OWN-
ER AS OF THE DATE OF THE
LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A
CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER
THE SALE.

DATED at Cross City Florida ,
this 7th day of January,
2009.

DANA CANNON JOHNSON
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
Dixie County, Florida

ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF:
SHAPIRO & FISHMAN
10004 N. Dale Mabry Highway,
Suite 112
Tampa, FL 33618
Karen Leverett, Deputy Clerk
3,4


The Early Learning Coalition of the
Nature Coast Administrative Com-
mittee, representing Citrus, Dixie,
Gilchrist, Levy and Sumter Coun-
ties, is scheduled to meet on
Wednesday,January 28, 2009 at
9:00a.m., at the Early Learning
Coalition of the Nature Coast main
office, 1564 N. Meadowcrest Blvd,
Crystal River, FL. 34429. Please
contact Coalition staff at 352-563-
9939 if you have any questions..
Public participation is welcome

4


Statement by RPOF Chair-
man Jim Greer on Presi-
dent-Elect Obama's Inaugu-
ration

Tallahassee-Republican Party
of Florida Chairman Jim
Greer released the following
statement today regarding
President-Elect Barack Oba-
ma's Inauguration:

"Today we put politics aside
and stand united behind our
nation's new President. We
are proud to bear witness to
this historic day not as Re-
publicans or Democrats, but
as Americans.

"With unprecedented chal-
lenges facing us, Republicans
are committed to reaching
across the aisle and working
with Democrats to get our
economy back on track and
help families and small busi-
nesses.

"In Florida, we have led by
example, putting partisan
rhetoric aside during these
difficult times and seeking
common-sense solutions.

"We must also take this bipar-
tisan approach on the national
level, beginning with a com-
mitment to working with Presi-
dent Obama and his adminis-
tration, while staying true to
our values and principles.

"As President Obama takes
the Oath of Office, the policy
debate will begin. Our Party
will have an opportunity to
distinguish between the gov-
erning' philosophy of Republi-
cans and Democrats. We
must be the Party of results
and solutions, not simply the
opposition."


Happiness is

always a

by-product. It

is probably a

matter of

temperament,

and for

anything I

know it may

be glandular.

But it is not

something

that can be

demanded

from life, and

if you are not

happy you had

better stop

worrying

about it and

see what

treasures you

can pluck

from your own

brand of

unhappiness.


Robertson
Davies

Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services--Individual counseling
and support groups for women are offered through Another Way, Inc.
Services are confidential and free. Contact any of our Outreach offices at
(352)486-3305, (352)498-1293,(386)758-4843 or (386)792-2747 for the
location and times of group counseling. Another Way, Inc also provides
two 24-hour crisis lines. Sexual Assault 1-866-875-7983, Domestic Vio-
lence 1-800-500-1119- Information abd referral services, legal advocacy,
community education, and professional training for law enforcement,
health care and educational personnel. Remember: RAPE IS A
CRIME.......ALWAYS


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DIXIE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 08-80-CA

DAVID W. WIGNALL, JR., PLAIN-
TIFF, VS.
KINDER MOBILE HOME SALES,
INC. ETAL, DEFENDANTS.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO RBMG, INC., last known ad-
dress: 9710 Two Notch Road, Co-
lumbia, SC 34668; Kevin L.
Drescher, residence unknown, last
known address: 183 Devere,
Sparks, NV 89431 and PO Box
860, Sparks, NV 89431; and Janet
L. Roberts, residence unknown,
last known address: 289 Shady
Oaks St., Lake Orion, MI 48362 if
alive, and if dead, their unknown
spouse, heirs, devisees, grantees,
creditors and all other parties
claiming by, through, under or
against them; and all unknown nat-
ural persons If alive, and If dead or
not known to be dead or alive,
their several and respective un-
known spouse, heirs, devisees,
grantees and creditors, or other
parties claiming by, through or un-
der those unknown natural per-
sons, and, and the several and re-.
spective unknown assigns, succes-
sor in Interest, trustees or any oth-
er person claiming, by, through,
under or against any corporation or
other legal entity named or identi-
fied as a defendant; and all
claimants, persons or parties, nat-
ural or corporate, or whose exact
legal status is unknown, claiming
under any of the above named or
described defendants or parties or
claiming to have any rights, title or
interest in and to the lands herein


after described.

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion to quiet and confirm title of
plaintiff in and to personal property
located in Dixie County, Florida:
A 2001 Jaguar HS mobile home,
Vehicle ID Numbers: GMH-
GA4130128012A and GMH-
GA4130128012B

has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on John T. Bouland, plaintiff's at-
torney, whose address is PO Box
2228, Ocala, Florida, 34478, on or
before February 5, 2009, and file
the original with the clerk of this
court either before service on
plaintiff's attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the re-
lief demanded in the complaint of
petition.

NOTICE TO PERSONS WITH DIS-
ABILITIES: If you are a person
with a disability who needs any ac-
commodation in order to partici-
pate in this proceeding, you are
entitled, at no cost to you, to the
provision of certain assistance.
Please contact Court Administra-
tion at the Dixie County Court-
house Center, 214 N.E. Highway
351, Cross City, Florida at 352-
498-1200 within 2 working days of
your receipt of this Notice; if you
are hearing or voice impaired, call
1-800-955-8771.
Dated December 23, 2008
Dana Johnson, Clerk of the Court
By: Karen Leverett, Deputy Clerk

2,3,4,5


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 3rd JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DIXIE
COUNTY

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. as
Trustee under Pooling and Servic-
ing Agreement Dated as of Octo-
ber 1, 2004 Asset-Backed Pass-
Through Certificates Series 2004-
MHQ1
Case #: 2008-CA-000079

Plaintiff,
-vs.-
David A. Thomas; Unknown Par-
ties in Possession #1; If living,
and all Unknown Parties claiming
by, through, under and against the
above named Defendant(s) who
are not known to be dead or alive,
whether said Unknown Parties
may claim an interest as Spouse,'
Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, or Oth-
er Claimants
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to an Order of Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure dated January
7, 2009, entered in Civil Case No.
2008-CA-000079 of the Circuit
Court of the 3rd Judicial Circuit in
and for Dixie County, Florida,
wherein Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. as
Trustee under Pooling and Servic-
ing Agreement Dated as of Octo-
ber 1, 2004 Asset-Backed Pass-
Through Certificates Series 2004-
MHQ1, Plaintiff and David A.
Thomas are defendant(s), I will sell
to the highest and best bidder for
cash, OUTSIDE CLERK OF THE
COURT'S OFFICE IN THE
FRONT LOBBY OF THE DIXIE
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, LO-
CATED AT COUNTY ROAD 351
AND KING AVENUE, CROSS
CITY, DIXIE COUNTY, FLORIDA,
AT 11:00 A.M. on February 17,
2009, the following described prop-
erty as set forth in said Final Judg-
ment, to-wit:

ALL OF LOTS 5 AND 6, AND THE
EAST 10 FEET OF LOTS 3 AND
4, CHEWNING SUBDIVISION, AS
PER THE OFFICIAL PLAT
THEREOF ON FILE AND OF
RECORD IN THE OFFICE OF
THE CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT, DIXIE COUNTY, FLORI-
DA, IN SECTION 4, TOWNSHIP
10 SOUTH,.RANGE 12 EAST.

ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN IN-
TEREST IN THE SURPLUS
FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTH-
ER THAN THE PROPERTY OWN-
ER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS
PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM
WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE
SALE.

DATED at Cross City, Florida,
this 7th_ day of January,
2009.

DANA CANNON JOHNSON
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
Dixie County Florida

ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF:
SHAPIRO & FISHMAN
10004 N. Dale Mabry Highway,
Suite 112
Tampa, FL 33618

By: Karen Leverett
Deputy Clerk
3,4


All I can say about
life is, Oh God,
enjoy it!


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 3rd JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DIXIE.
COUNTY

Deutsche Bank National Trust
Company, as Trustee for Morgan
Stanley, MSAC 2007-NC3
Case #: 2008-CA-000122

Plaintiff,
-vs.-Mary B. Leach and Mary Ann
Freeman
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to an Order of Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure dated Janu-
ary 7, 2009, entered in Civil Case
No. 2008-CA-000122 of the Circuit
Court of the 3rd Judicial Circuit in
and for Dixie County, Florida,
wherein Deutsche Bank National
Trust Company, as Trustee for
Morgan Stanley, MSAC 2007-NC3,
Plaintiff and Mary B. Leach and
Mary Ann Freeman are defen-
dant(s), I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash, OUT-
SIDE CLERK OF THE COURT'S
OFFICE IN THE FRONT LOBBY
OF THE DIXIE COUNTY COURT-
HOUSE, LOCATED AT COUNTY
ROAD 351 AND KING AVENUE,
CROSS CITY, DIXIE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, AT 11:00 A.M. on
March 24, 2009, the following de-
scribed property as set forth in
said Final Judgment, to-wit:

BEGIN AT THE SOUTHEAST
CORNER OF GOVERNMENT
LOT 3, SECTION 13, TOWNSHIP
9 SOUTH, RANGE 13 EAST AND
RUN NORTH 88 DEGREES 33
MINUTES 37 SECONDS WEST
ALONG SOUTH LINE OF SAID
GOVERNMENT LOT A DISTANCE
OF 682.94 FEET TO A POINT,
THEN RUN N 0 DEGREES 18
MINUTES 07 SECONDS WEST,'
ALONG THE WEST RIGHT OF
WAY LINE OF A PROPOSED
STREET A DISTNACE OF 1615.4
FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGIN-
NING. FROM SAID POINT OF
BEGINNING CONTINUE NORTH
0 DEGREES 18 MINUTES 07
SECONDS WEST A DISTANCE
OF 318.08 FEET, THEN RUN
NORTH 88 DEGREES 33 MIN-
UTES 37 SECONDS WEST A
DISTANCE OF 318 FEET, THEN
RUN SOUTH 0 DEGREES 18
MINUTES 07 SECONDS EAST A
DISTANCE OF 318.08 FEET,
THEN RUN SOUTH 88 DE-
GREES 33 MINUTES 37 SEC-
ONDS EAST A DISTANCE OF
318 FEET BACK TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING, DIXIE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.

ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN IN-
TEREST IN THE SURPLUS
FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTH-
ER THAN THE PROPERTY OWN-
ER AS OF THE DATE OF THE
LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A
CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER
THE SALE.

DATED at Cross City, Florida,
this _7th_ day of January
2009.

DANA CANNON JOHNSON
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
Dixie County, Florida

ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF:
SHAPIRO & FISHMAN
10004 N. Dale Mabry Highway,
Suite 112
Tampa, FL 33618
Karen Leverett
Deputy Clerk
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DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
DATED at Cross City, Florida ,this
7th_ day of January, 2009.

DANA CANNON JOHNSON
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
Dixie County Florida
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF:
SHAPIRO & FISHMAN
10004 N. Dale Mabry Highway,
Suite 112
Tampa, FL 33618
By: Karen Leverett
Deputy Clerk
3,4


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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED

BELL FAMILY TRUST
PO BOX 609
CROSS CITY, FL 32628

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: 200996
JUNE 1, 2002

Description of Property:
SEE EXHIBIT "A"
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED

JAMES E. TIMMONS, NICK
KLERCKER, JASON PETERSON,
8805 HONEYWELL ROAD, GIB-
SONTON, FL 33534

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 JANUARY 27, 2009 at
11:00 A.M.

December 29, 2008
Dana D. Johnson, Clerk of Court
Dixie County, Florida 32628
Candace L. Corbin, Deputy Clerk
EXHIBIT A
Description of Property:
Parcel No. 17-08-14-6876-0004-
04D0
2.57 ACRES 17 8 14 TRACT 4D
SUWANNEE RUN UNREC S/D
FURTHER DESC BY CONTRACT
IN ORB 77 PP 348-50 ORB 251 P
756 & 758
Subject to the restrictions of
record.
1,2,3,4

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
3rd JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DIXIE
COUNTY

HSBC Bank USA, N.A., as Inden-
ture Trustee for the registered Note-
holders of Renaissance Home Eq-
uity Loan Trust 2005-3, Renais-
sance Home Equity Loan Asset-
Backed Notes, Series 2005-3
Case #: 2008-CA-000099
Plaintiff,
-vs.-
Robert J. Romer and the Estate of
Raymond E. Romer, Deceased and
Unknown Heirs, Devisees,
Grantees, Assignees, .reditors,
Lienors and Trustees of Raymond
E. Romer, Deceased, and all other
Persons Claiming By, Through, Un-
der and Against the Named Defen-
ant(s); Sean Reed Romer; Bar-
bara Breitberg; Raymond Edward
Romer, Jr.; Joanne M. Gowen
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
uant to an Order of Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure dated January
7, 2009 entered in Civil Case No.
2008-CA-000099 of the Circuit
Court of the 3rd Judicial Circuit in
and for Dixie County, Florida,
wherein HSBC Bank USA, N.A., as
Indenture Trustee for the registered
Noteholders of Renaissance Home
Equity Loan Trust 2005-3, Renais-
sance Home Equity Loan Asset-
Backed Notes, Series 2005-3,
Plaintiff and Robert J. Romer and
he Estate of Raymond E. Romer
(DOD 12/12/2006), Deceased and
Unknown Heirs, Devisees,
Grantees, Assignees, Creditors,
Lienors and Trustees of Raymond
E. Romer, Deceased, and all other
Persons Claiming By, Through, Un-
er and Against the Named Defen-
dant(s) are defendant(s), I will sell
to the highest and best bidder for
cash, OUTSIDE CLERK OF THE
COURT'S OFFICE IN THE FRONT
LOBBY OF THE DIXIE COUNTY
COURTHOUSE, LOCATED AT
COUNTY ROAD 351 AND KING
AVENUE, CROSS CITY, DIXIE
COUNTY, FLORIDA, AT 11:00 A.M.
on February 17, 2009, the following
described property as set forth in
aid Final Judgment, to-wit:

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

TOGETHER WITH A DOU-
BLEWIDE MOBILE HOME, YEAR:
1992, MAKE: COM-CAMP, HAVING
VIN# GMHGA117926501A & B,
PERMANENTLY AFFIXED THERE-
ON.

ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN IN-
TEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE IF ANY, OTHER THAN
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60


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Obituaries and Faith


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Laney Love Buzbee


MR. LANEY LOYE BUZBEE of Old Town passed away at
his home Monday, January 19, 2009 after a long illness.
He was 58. Born in Tampa, Florida, Mr. Buzbee lived
most of his life in Old Town. He worked for the Depart-
ment of Corrections as a plumbing instructor for 14
years. He enjoyed Gator sports and fishing and was a
member of the Rock Sink Baptist Church.


He is survived by sons Caleb Buzbee of Gainesville and
Laney (Brianna) Loye Busbee, II of Steinhatchee; grand-
daughter Jaden; brother Burt (Barbara) Buzbee of Old
Town and sister Thurlene (Keith) Bradley of Old Town.

Arrangement have been placed under the care of the Rick
Gooding Funeral Home, Cross City, Florida 352-498-5400.
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When: January 26-January 31 @ 7:30 pm
at the Refuge Church of God
352-498-2892 for more information

Who: Monday--Evangelist Freddie P Oats,
Unity Temple of Deliverance, Williston

Tuesday: Evangelist Roberta Buggs, Refuge
Church of God, Cross City

Wednesday: PastorProphetess Betty Oliver,
Abundant Rain Deliverance, Gainesville

Thursday: Evangelist Gracie Mae Evans,
Refuge Church of God, Cross City

Friday: Apostle Lance Hays, Potter's House,
Chiefland

Saturday: Evangelist Tywanna Latson,
Grace Temple of Faith, Micanopy


Franklin Worth Walker

MR. FRANKLIN "BUCK" WORTH WALKER of Fanning
Springs passed away Tuesday, January 13, 2009 at North
Florida Medical Center after a long illness. He was 72.
Mr. Walker was a long distance truck driver.

He is survived by his wife Mary Ellen Walker of Fan-
ning Springs; daughter Anita Sheaver of Bartow, Flori-
da; brothers Ronald Walker of Fanning Springs, Paul
Walker of Auburndale, Florida and Donald Walker of
Shinner, Texas; 1 grandchild and 3 great grandchildren.


Graveside services will be held Saturday, January 17,
2009 at 11:00 AM at Old McCrabb Cemetery in Old Town
with Rev. Royce Hanshew officiating.

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



r Vernon Boyd


Mr. Vernon Boyd of Old Town, FL passed away on Janu-
ary 16, 2009 in Columbia, SC.

He is preceded in death by his wife, Virginia "Ginny"
Boyd. They are both laid to rest in Ft. Payne, AL.

Vernon was a Millwright by trade & was born & raised in
Tampa. Most people around Dixie County would remem-
ber him by his funny stories and the sayings he had.
They also knew him by his black cowboy hat and the hat-
pin that said "Oh Sh**".


The family of Mattie Johnson wish to express their sincere
thanks to all relatives, friends, and neighbors for the kind
expressions of sympathy, prayers, visits, food, cards, and
flowers received during the illness and loss of our Mother.
Special thanks to the staff at Cross City Rehab for their de-
voted care throughout the last years of Mattie's life. The
family would also extend a special thanks to Hospice for all
of their care, kindness and understanding. Thank you to
Brother Bobby Bryant for the comforting service and kind
words, and for all those who stopped to remember someone
who never forgot to offer a kind word or a listening ear to
each of us!

JdK*


Faith Baptist Church News

We had a wonderful services today at Faith. Bro. Bobby Bryan
brought the morning message and Bro. David Osteen brought the
evening service. Both did a wonderful job delivering the message
that God had laid on their hearts. Even though the weather was re-
ally cold, our crowd was very large and the spirit was moving
among us. If you missed either service, you truly missed a bless-
ing.
Most of our folks have recuperated from the virus bugs, colds and
flu and other illnesses that have been keeping them away. We
thank God for that. A few are still sick and confined to their homes
and we ask you to continue to pray that God will touch them and
return them to us real soon.
We had several visitors today and we want them to know they are
very special people at Faith. If you were just passing through, we
invite you back anytime and if you are looking for a church home,
we invite you to share ours.
Remember in the coming week to pray for the less fortunate, the
ones who are still sick, the bereaved and especially the LOST.
Prayer is the answer to all our problems. Until we meet again,
we'll be praying for you and looking for you in church next week.


Family Life Center

Pastor, Bro. Jake Cravey and the members of the Bethel
Baptist Church in Trenton, would like to invite you to at-
tend the dedication of the new Family Life Center. The ded-
ication service wiJl be held at 11:00 a.m. on February 1,
2009, and will be led by Dr. John Sullivan, Sec./Treasurer of
the Florida Baptist Convention.

The Countryside quartet "For Him" will be providing Spe-
cial music. Morning services will be held in the main
church sanctuary, followed by dinner on the grounds in the
new Family Life Center.

NEW PROSPECT BAPTIST NEWS
On another cool Sunday, we were blessed to be in church
with Christian brothers and sisters. As always, our choir
and musicians did an admirable job, after which Bro. Gene
was no less exceptional as he delivered God's very potent
messages from Job 14:1-10 and Romans 8:33-39, morning and
evening, respectively. Just as the morning service was get-
ting underway, we had a most enjoyable surprise, as it was
announced that Bro. Billy and Sis. Penny had just entered
the sanctuary In speaking with them after the service, Bro.
Billy reported that he is recuperating well, and both
seemed in very good spirits as they thanked God for being
back in church. We, too, thank God for their being able to
attend, and pray for Bro. Billy's continued improvement as
he recovers.

Please don't forget the Conmunity Sing which is to get un-
derway again on Saturday evening, Jan. 24th, at 6:00 P. M.
We're expecting plenty of good gospel singing and music,
and we would love to see you there!

There are many on our prayer list as well as the prayer lists
of most area churches, so we urge you to be in prayer for
all those in need. Pray also for the condition of our nation
and world, as well as all our military personnel and our po-
litical leaders. Have a good week, and remember, you're in-
vited to come and be with us at NPBC anytime! May God
bless and keep you safe.


First Baptist
Church of
Steinhatchee

We are so excited to have
: "The Crimson Flow" com-
ing during the evening ser-
vice on Sunday the 25th!
Come join us for some great
gospel music, beginning at
6:00 PM.

* Our love and prayers go
out to the Ron Cochran fam-
ily in their losses, Marcia
Craig recovering from
surgery, Garry Lamb,
Christopher Brigalia,
Granny & Grandpa Futch,
John Willis, Bob Puckett,
Nick Anderson, Dixie
Southerland, our unspoken
request, the job possibilities
for our church family and.
the new president!

During the evening ser-
vice we had a time of car-
ing, sharing, praising and
testifying! We were blessed
to hear a Mon and son duet
by; Janice and Kenny Mor-


row Tey sng "ansin -1


row. They sang "Mansion
Over the Hilltop"!,

* There will be a baby show-
er for Brittany Holden at
6:30P.M. on the 27th in the
social hall at the church!
Timothy and Brittany are
having a baby boy! Come
welcome little Trevor
Matthew Holden! "Our chil-
dren"...is one of GOD'S
greatest gifts to us !

With the worlds financial
problems, the high cost of
living, our job security, the
presidential adjustments,
family situations, marital
issues from today's pres-
sure, health problems and
facing the unknown year we
must draw our strength
from GOD!

Pastor Holden's sermon on
Sunday was: "Hidden Bless-
ings in the Storms of Life".
He illustrated it to us today
with the disciples in the rag-
ing storm; found in
Matthew chapter 14 (verses
22-33)


Please study the plan of



SALVATION
JLOhN1:


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
I Peter 3:21

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


Yes, they were frightened
and experienced great fear
for their lives! But JESUS
was right there, giving them
courage, peace and confi-
dence that, they were not
alone, that HE was the life
line to their problems. And
it is the same today!

Have you found your shelf
caught in the storms of life?
Is life's problems about to
drown you! Do you feel you
are going down under the
heavy load? Are the hard
times getting worse? Are the
bills piling deeper and deep-
er?

Are you walking into the
darkness of the sea? But,
sometimes GOD has a rea-
son for our trials! Is GOD
testing you? With CHRIST in
your life you can hang on to
that strong anchor! The
LORD may have a "hidden
blessing" for you.

You may discover later, that
through these hardships and
trials ...you will received a
wonderful blessing! Look at
verse 27 (Matt. 14) it
says...But straightway JE-
SUS spake unto them, say-
ing, BE OF GOOD CHEER;
IT IS I ; BE NOT AFRAID.
But the choice is yours! Re-
member...GOD is not only
walking with you, HE is
carrying you!

Come find that precious
peace with us at First Bap-
tist! Just know...we can go a
lot further together than we
can go alone! GOD gave us
each other.

Let's rely on HIS strength
and draw from the help of
others.We worship a GOD
who is greater than our
greatest problem! Lots of
peace, joy & hope in the new
year!

Sandy Coleman


C6ontr~yside ChapIel entecostal
Church
Hwy 349 & County Road 351
Old Town, FL 32680
Worship Service Sunday 11am & 6pm
Reverend Calvin G. Conner, Jr.
352-542-8831


First Baptist Church of Old Town
Welcome To God's House- Won't You Come On In"
Sunday School 10A Morning Worship 11A
Evening Worship 6P
Wednesday Bible Study 7P
Knock & the door wll open, seek & you will ind, ask & you will be
given life eternally.
Pastor Royce Hanshew
(352) 542-7050


First Baptist Church of Steinhatchee
Riverside Drive Stelnhatchee
'Lighthouse On TheGut"
Sunday School 10A Morning Worship 11A
Evening Worship 6P
Wednesday Preyer Meeting 7P Awana 6:30
Pastor Leon Holden
(352) 498-2108


New Prospect Baptist Church
US 19 Between Cross City & Old Town
Jesus is The Answer For Your Life
Sunday School 10A Morning Worship 11A
Children's Church 11A Evening Worship 7P
Wednesday Evening 7P
Pastor- Billy Robson
(352) 498-3711


Old Town United Methodist Church
US 19 Old Town
Food Pantry Open 6am -11am, Mon Thurs.
'Come Let Us Worship & Adore Him"
Sunday Worship 9:30A
Church School 11A
Wednesday Choir Practice 7P
Pastor Rev. Carl Rainear
(352) 542-7954


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Old Town Church of God
Welcomes You To Come & Worship With Us
Sunday School -10:00A
Sunday Morning Worship 11:OOA
Sunday Evening Worship 6:00P
Wednesday Evening Worship 7:OOP
Pastor Troy Hare
(352) 542-8222


Calvary Temple Assembly of God
Suwannee Lumber Road Cross City
Join Us ForA Vsit, Stay ForAUftime."
Sunday Worship 10:30A
Wednesday Evening Serice 7P
Kid Church -Ages 3-5 & 6-12
Pastor Jim Hurst
(352) 498-3023


Cross City Church of Christ
5237 52 NE 147th St. (McArthur St.)
Sunday Bible Study 10:00 A
Morning Worship 11:00 A
Wednesday Evening Bible Study 7:00 P


F Refuge Church of God Scrub Creek Baptist Church Cross City Church of God
P. O. Box 1511, Cross City, FL 32628 Located 6 Miles East on CR 351 Kenneth Street Cross City
Pastor Ruby L. Graham "A Friendly Church WithA Welcome Spirit' "Proclaiming The Full Gospel For All People"
352-498-2892 W p S Children's Church -10:30A' Morning Worship 10:30A
Bible Study 9:45A Worship Service -11A Evening Worship 6:30P
ible Study Tues 7:30 Church Training 6P EveningWorship 7P Wednesday Family Training HourAdult& Teen Ministry
Praise/Worship Thursday 7:30 Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7P Boy's Brigade & Gidrl's Club 7:00P
Sunday School 10:00 Pastor Archie Knowles Rev. Ed & Sylvia Ivey, Pastor
Noon Day Service starts at Noon (352) 498-5535 (352) 498-3280
(352) 498-5535 (352) 498-3280

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

Harvest Winds Ministries Faith Baptist Church
1 mile South of Cross City Hwy 19 CR 55A(Between Cross City & Old Town)
Sunday School 10:15 "The Church With An Open Door
e, r g aEvening Worship 7P
IChurch 11:00 sunday School 9:45A-*Morning Worship 11A
Weds. Moving Prayer Mid-Week Bible Study- Wednesday 7P
Pastor Charles & Jackie Bechtold R P
352-498-4004or498-7896 Rev. Jackie Pettrey, Pastor
4 o 4 (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-Moming Prayer 9:15A Sunday School 9:45A Sunday School 10A.- Morning Worship 11A
Sunday-Moming Prayer 9:15A Sunday School 9:45A Sunday Morning 10:30A Sunday Evening 6P Sunday Children's Church ip A
Morning Worship 11A Evening Worship 7P Tuesday Intercessory Prayer 7:30P Sun day idren's church
Wednesday-Prayer Meeting 7P ThudaSunday Evening 7PWednesday Evening 30P
Bible Study, Mission Friends, RA's, GA's
Pastor Wayne Allen Pastor Theadus & Benita Corbin Rev. Marvin & Janice Parsley
(352) 498-5617 (352)498-5837 (352) 498-3366
,crabb'ap'ist Church Holy Cross Catholic Mission [Ro 13~8] Let no debt remain
7391 NE 349 Hwy--Corner of 349N/351A Hwy 19 South of Cross City usandi
Bruce Sullivan, Pastor, Mass-Sundays-11:30amoutstanding, except the
Old Town: 542-2207 Confessions-Sundays 10:45-1115Sam continuing debt to love one .
CCD Every Wednesday 6:00 7:15 pm
Sunday School 6 :5 AM Church 11:00 am c. At St. John the Evangelistin Chiefland another, for he who loves his
Wednesday night 5:30-8:n0--AWANA Grades Pre-K thr High School fellowman has fulfilled the law.
Wednesday Night 7:00 PM Bible Study Rosary Every Tuesday 3:00 pm
Van Ministry Bro, Foy Cell 356-2294 (352) 493-9723


We love you and ask that
you pass this on.

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