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�2009 Dixie County Advocate


Publishing News and events for Dixie County, Eve rfeek, Without Fall, Since July 1, 1921
Thursday, September 10, 2009
Home of the Worlds Only Four Headed Swamp Cabbage Vol. 87. No. 37 12 pages- 1 Section


Catch your breath,
Steinhatchee:
Bay scallop season
closes

The recreational harvest
season for bay scallops
closes on Sept. 11. This
harvest closure helps the
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
protect and conserve
Florida's bay scallop re-
sources.

The harvest season for bay
scallops will reopen next
year on July 1 in designat-
ed areas along Florida's
Gulf Coast.


A very timely

& welcome#

donation
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Dixie District Schools
would like to thank School
Board Member Dwayne
Rollison and Cheek Phar-
macy for their donation of
hand sanitizer to Dixie
County High School.

With the recent cases of
swine flu, the school sys-
tem is taking all precau-
tions to prevent an out-
break among our students.


9Thu 89/70

Partly cloudy, chance of a thunder-
storm.



Fri 86/70
9/11
Partly cloudy, chance of a thunder-
storm.



Sat /71 ,
9/12
Scattered thunderstorms possible.


Sun 86/71 ,
9/13
Scattered thunderstorms. Highs in
the mid 80s and lows in the low
70s.


Mon 86/71 /'
9/14
A few thunderstorms possible.
Highs in the mid 80s and lows in
the low 70s.


SWINE FLU: Sable Bolling pre-
sented the County Commis-
sioners with a Powerpoint
presentation on the H1NI
virus at their regular meet-
ing on Thursday. "Swine,
Flu" is already making an
appearance in Dixie COunnLt.
making unwelcome visits to
the football team, Anderson
Elementary kindergarten
classes, and the prison sys-
tem.

Strategies for dealing
with a "pandemic"
outbreak were dis-
cussed, but in the ab-
sence of an actual
vaccine, the best ad-
vice-for avoiding
H1N1 is the same that
your grandmother
would have given:
wash your hands, stay
home if you're sick,
and avoid' infected
people.

Boiling said the vac-
cine is expected in a
few weeks. It will be
distributed, free of
charge, in several Sat-
urdays at the High
School gym, first to
high priority people,
like EMS workers,
young people under 24
years old, and people
with underlying med-
ical conditions.

The Swine Flu doesn't seem
to be waiting around for the
vaccine, though, and most of
Dixie County's residents
may have already gotten
over it by the time the vac-
cine comes out. The vaccine
is expected to be mandatory
for all public school stu-
dents in Florida.

Emergency Services Direc-
tor Tim Alexander joked
about all of the preparation
talk, saying that "If we just
put out there how we're go-


LaVerne DeLaney retired on
August 31, 2009 after 33 years of
service to Dixie District
Schools. She enjoyed a lun-
cheon on Friday, August 28 with
her coworkers from Instruc-
tional Services and the Super-
intendent's Office.

She was presented with a
plaque for her years of service
and dedication to the school dis-
trict, along with a necklace
from her coworkers. Staff and
friends stopped by on August 31
to wish her well in her retire-
ment.

Mrs. DeLaney began working at
Dixie County High School on
July 1, 1976.


ing to handle it; the first few
weeks of huntin' season,
we're going to have a lot of
'swine flu.'" He added that
if any family member was'
showing symptoms of the
1lu, like fever, sore throat,
muscle aches, etc. that the
best thing to do is to go to
the doctor for an antiviral
like Tamiflu that can reduce
the severity and duration of


ZONING OFFICIAL JOHN JENKI

the virus. "Don't wait," he
added, "You've got a 40-hour
window, especially with
kids" when antivirals can
be effective.

SCHOOL UPDATES: Superinten-
dent of Schools Mark Rains
updated the Commission on
the new grading system for
high schools, that isn't only
based on FCAT scores, but
.on graduation rates,
SAT/ACT scores, AP classes
and dual enrollment figures.
He told the Commissioners
that he is pleased to an-


nounce that "97% of teach-
ers are now working in-
field" and that camera sys-
tems will be installed in
RRMS and Old Town Ele-
mentary He also said that
plans are underway for a
needed re-roofing of Ander-
son Elementary.

DRUG TESTING: Rains in-
formed the Commission that
random drug testing
of all DCHS stu-
. dents will begin this
. year. Since there
are legal issues with
S testing all students,
DCHS will limit
testing to students
with extra-curricu-
lar activities. Ran-
dom testing will be
mandatory for par-
ticipationin any
school extra-curric-
ulars,including
4. everything from the
football team and
cheerleading to the
band, Spanish Club
and FFA. All em-
ployees will also be
randomly tested.

PTSD BENEFITS:Jerry
Prater, Veterans Ser-
vice Officer remind-
ed Commissioners
INS that the VA has re-
duced requirements
for Post Traumatic
Stress Disorder benefits,
and that anyone who had
been previously denied
should re-apply

SUWANNEE CELL TOWER:Build-
ing and Zoning Official
John Jenkins relayed the
happy news that the cell
phone tower in Suwannee is
"back on the board." Per-
mitting with SRWMD is
completed and an electrical
permit has been applied for
in order to start construc-
tion.


West Side wins


Horseshoe Beach


Shootout

The Horseshoe Beach Shootout Fishing
Tournament was a great success. There
were 77 entries with approx 60 boats
fishing! It was a great turnout for a
great cause. The West side of Horse-
shoe Beach won.

Pictured is Shanna Rupp (youth &
grouper winner). Photo courtesy of
Will Lawler


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She transferred to the Instructional Ser-
vices Building during the 1992-93 school
year, where she continued to work as a Dis-
trict Bookkeeper until her retirement.


An accident on Sunday
around 2:00 pm caused in-
juries to two Wachula resi-
dents near New Prospect
Church.

Charles Lane, 57, was dri-
ving south on US 19 when
he drifted onto the shoulder
of the road and lost control
of his 2009 Chevy sedan.


by John Kelley
The Dixie County Bears
opened regular season play
with a 20 to 6 win over long
time rivals, the Lafayette
Hornets in Mayo Friday
night. Despite an attach of
the Swine Flu earlier in the
week, the Bears were able
to move the ball around the
Hornet defense scoring a to-
tal of three touchdowns to
the Hornets one. DC quar-
terback Kameron Keen us-
ing Travis Pierce, Michael
West, Thomas Albach, Kyle
Skelly, and Stephen Godbolt,
in a multifaceted offensive
effort showed much im-'
provement from last weeks
Jamboree game against the
Buccaneers. According to
head Coach Brent Wilkerson
"The offense opened up
holes that allowed us to run


by John Kelley

The Ruth Rains Middle
School Rangers hosted the
Branford Buccaneers last
Thursday beating them 30
to 14 in the first game of
the. season. During the first
half the Ranger's Duke
Dawson scored a touch-
down to put the Rangers on
the board first. James Bow-
ers added the two point con-
version and the Rangers led
the Bucs the rest of the
game. In the third quarter
the Rangers scored again
when Bowers plunged eight
yards into the end zone,
adding the two point con-
version the Rangers in-
creased their lead 16-to 0.

Bowers cranked out anoth-
er six points with one
minute left in the third on a
hand off straight up the
middle. In the fourth quar-
ter the Bucs finally re-
sponded and scored a touch-
down with less than two


The car hit a stop sign and
overturned, coming to rest
on the west side of the road.

Mr. Lane was transported to
Shands with. minor injuries,
but his passenger, Bridgitte
Morris, 67, was transported
with serious injuries. Mr.
Lane was charged with
reckless driving.


the ball more effectively and
the defense really brought
in the wood, stopping the
Hornet offense from scor-
ing."

The Bears opted to receive
the ball first and in their
second possession fumbled,
allowing the Hornets to re-
cover. The Bears forced the
Hornets to punt with
Stephen Godbolt receiving
and returning the ball
55yards for a touchdown.
Cassidy failed to make the
field goal so the Bears had
to settle for six points. The
Bears finished the first
quarter with an intercep-
tion by Brett Ward staving
off any hope for the Hornets
to even the score.

See BEARS, page 6


minutes to play, adding six
points to their side. The
Rangers stopped the extra
point conversion and the
score was 22 to 6. The Bucs
tried for an onside kick
which was recovered by
Ranger Carlos Vega at the
Ranger 49yard line.

Two short plays and a fum-
ble recovery later, Ranger
Duke Dawson, on a razzle
dazzle play streaked 65yards
into the end zone. With the
extra point conversion the
Rangers seal up the game
for the Bucs. The Bucs how-
ever, with 39 seconds of
play didn't easily give up,
and score once again, mak-
ing the final score 30 to 14.

Defensive standouts in this
game were Dalton Dilger,
who seemed to be in on
every tackle, assisted by Dy-
lan Reed, and Logan Miller.
The Rangers played a great
game, Go Rangers


Swine Flu, Suwannee Cell Tower on

Commission agenda


Rollover on US 19


Bears battle swine


to swat hornets


Mrs. DeLaney retires


Rangers Plunder


the Buccaneers








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What's it gonna take?


The latest news from the tumultuous Middle East is that
Somali pirates tried to shoot down, a US Navy helicopter
that was on a surveillance mission. The chopper was
checking out a Taiwanese merchant ship that had been
captured by pirates who were holding the ship, cargo
and crew for ransom.

Fortunately, the pirates couldn't shoot straight, even
though they had what were probably, 50.caliber machine,
guns at their disposal. It really doesn't take a crack, shot
to hit something that moves as slowly as a helicopter ,
when you have that kind of firepower going for you, but
apparently Somali pirates don't get much firearms in-
struction before being assigned to sea duty

This band of brigands would appear to be the same
group that lost three of its members to Navy riflemen
last April when they had an American merchant ship's
captain for their hostage. That's right, the Navy provides
rifle training, too, and keeps a few sharpshooters aboard
its Vessels to deal with situations such as this.

Unfortunately, the-Navy didn't finish the job, probably
because they had to respect the "rules of engagement" (I
always thought that meant what you and your fianc6
could'or could not do before you got married) that have
kept our military militarily handicapped for the past 59
years.

Another reason the Navy helicopter didn't return fire
could have been that there were an undetermined num-
ber of Taiwanese seamen aboard, being held hostage
and awaiting the ship's owners to pay the ransom for
their ship, their cargo and of course, them.

In other words, a band of pirates is operating a prof-
itable business on the high seas and the US Navy isn't
being allowed to do anything more than "keep an eye on
things." And it's not just one outfit. That criminal activi-
ty is going on day in and day out in that region, with
perhaps a half-dozen ships and more than a hundred
seamen being held for ransom at the present time.

The problem is that a lot of shipping concerns are will-
ing to pay a ransom to get their ships and crews back
and take their chances on getting 4t another time.
Statistically, this seems to work, at lest for the moment.
Only a small percentage of any shipping concern's ves-
sels are captured, however the ransoms paid are apt to
be in the millions, and that money is re-invested in more
pirate ships and more firepower. So, how long will it be
before every ship in that part of the world is required to
pay a coalition of cutthroats for the privilege of passage
on the high seas?

Turn back the clock a couple of centuries, and you'll
find that American and British Navies, along with some
enterprising crews known as "Privateers," totally shut
down piracy on the high seas. They didn't have today's
technology, but they didn't heed it. That's because they
also didn't have today's rules of engagement.

Today, merchant ships and their crews are unarmed,
and our Navy is severely limited as to what action they
can take against the pirates. And by the way, I haven't
heard anything about oil tankers belonging to countries
like Iran and Saudi Arabia being hijacked by pirates.
You don't suppose there's a connection there, do you?

Of course not! Those nice, misunderstood, peace-loving
towel heads are just trying to make an honest....well,
let's say they're just trying to make a lot of bucks, none
of them being of the sort to which they're legally enti-
tled.

Maybe it's time we got serious about dealing with this
problem, don't you think? '


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Toeing the Party Line


SY Kathy McKinney

This is a true story. Names have not been
changed to protect the (somewhat) innocent.

' Ring. Ring. Me: "Hello?"

My sister Liz: "Hey, it's me. Just wanted to tell
you to keep an eye on the kids. A kid in Je'remy's kinder-
garten class has been confirmed with swine flu."

Me: "Yeah, they said at the County Commission meeting
that it's going around, and Angel said that a few guys on the
football team have it, and she's feeling bad, but that they
told her she only had a virus, which is good, because she
spent the day in my office looking over my shoulder, breath-
ing her piggy-infected germs on me...hey, wait, isn't swine
flu, like, um, a ...VIRUS?"

Liz: "I think so. Anyway, just keep an...."


Voice: "Can you hear me? Hello?"

Me, to Liz: "Do you hear that?"

Liz: "Um, yeah. Who is that?"


ing. It's nice for we introverted, social-anxiety disorder in-
fected people to know that we're home and "safe" and that
no one can bother us. Sort of like having our very own
Fortress of Solitude, like Superman. I was getting used to
the quiet. I was starting to like not having to listen to the
ringing of people trying to sell me an extended car warran-
ty or trying to get me to donate to the Highway Patrol or
whatever. BUT...some people need to get in touch with me
and aren't my Facebook friends, who can email me. Like
the printer, when the front page file won't open. (Sorry,
David!) So I had to call AT&T from'work, and they eventual-
ly came out and "fixed" it. Apparently with the "Party Line
solution."

I hadn't had a phone for two weeks,so when it got back in
operating condition, pretty much everybody I know called
me to check in. And poor Ms. Cramer bore the brunt of it.

Me: "Hello?"


, "Telephone, n. An invention of
the devil which abrogates
some of the advantages of
making a disagreeable person


ke
Voice: "This is Ms. Cremer. Who are you?
When the phone rang I picked it up and could
hear you talking. What number did you
dial?"

After some more conversation, we determined that Ms. Cre-
mer lives a few blocks from me, that my phone had been out
of service for two weeks and that after the BellSouth/AT&T
(or whatever they're calling themselves this week) finally
showed up and "fixed" it, we got ourselves an old-fashi6ned
neighborhood party line.

I mean, really, is it just me, or does this sort of thing happen
to other people, too?

See, my phone has been out for two weeks. I called Bellsolith
when it first went out and they said it wasn't in the line, it
appeared to be in the house, and that I should probably fix it
because if they came it'd be like $1,000 a minute or some-
thing. So I' called Doug and when he came down to go with
us to Sea World, he ran me a new jack that I needed but said
that the problem was definitely in the line. So I sent them a
repair request on their website. They ignored it. Days
passed. I emailed again, into the great customer service
void. Nada. Nothing. (Insert crickets chirping here.)

How do they expect people to call them and tell them that
their phone isn't ,working.when THE DANGED PHONE ..
ISN'T WORKING? Does that make sense to you?' No, of
cod rse not. And they'h ae.'a iebsiteiWet up so thatyou can;
"report stuff, but apparently it doesn't work, either. And to
be totally honest, I had sort of enjoyed the phone not work-


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Hard Times? Not For

Government

Bureaucracies


By Howard Rich

The ability of government
to insulate itself from the
economic hardships that
families and businesses
across the nation have been
forced to grapple with over
the last twenty months is
both astounding and fright-
ening.

It's astounding when you
consider the fact that any
entity - public or private -
could possibly keep its work-
force intact during such a
steep, sustained economic
downturn. But it's also
frightening when you con-
sider the lengths to which
these taxpayer-funded bu-
reaucracies have gone in or-
der to protect their fiefdoms
from harm while the rest of
the nation - which has to
pay for all of those govern-
ment salaries - continues to
hemorrhage jobs.

Since the beginning of the
current recession in Decem-
ber of 2007, the private sec-
tor has lost nearly 7 million
jobs. Also, the vast majority
of these layoffs came after
politicians in Washington
spent hundreds of billions of
dollars on "stimulus" ef-
forts, which were nothing
more than bureaucratic
bailouts in disguise.

How many jobs has the gov-
ernment sector lost over


that same time period, you
may ask?

That's easy: None.

Amazingly, state and local
governments haven't lost a
single job during the reces-
sion. In fact, they've actually
added jobs - 155,000 of them,
to be precise, according to a
study released last week by
the Nelson A. Rockefeller In-
stitute of Government.

Let that statistic sink in for
a moment: During the worst
economic downturn since
the Great Depression, state
and local governments have
actually added employees.

More than just a chilling re-
minder of the degree to
which government will can-
nibalize the free market in
order to protect its own in-
terests (remember, several
generations of American
workers are going to have to
pay back all of that bailout
cash), this expansion of the
public sector workforce at
the expense of private sector
jobs also underscores the
danger of turning over our
nation's health care system
to a government-run market.

Isn't it obvious at this point
that government "gamed the
system" in order to insulate
itself from cuts at a time
when the rest of the nation
was taking it squarely on
the chin? What, then, is to
prevent it from doing the
same thing with respect to
the health care industry? Or
any other industry, for that
matter?


eep his distance."

Ambrose Bierce


Casey: "Hey, mom. What 'cha doing? Jake
Skelly got me a ticket for the Gator game
Saturday and my feet hurt (she had a biop-
sy on some weird bumps on her feet, but
that's another whole story), but it's a
GATOR ticket, so I'm going to go.....

Ms. Cremer: "Hello? Oh, it's for you. Isn't
this silly? I can't believe this."


Me: "Hey, Ms. Cremer. It's my daughter on
the phone. Oh, antl I talked to the phone
company and they promised to have it fixed by 6pm tomor-
row."

Ms. Cremer: "Well, let's hope so. -Never in my life, I swear!
I'll just let ya'll talk now. Bye." Click.

Casey: "Huh?"

Daddy called. Liz called. Casey called again to tell me about
a bad wreck in Newberry with an RV. Pretty much every-
body I know on the planet called. Poor Ms. Cremer must
have been pulling her hair out. I finally told everybody to
stop calling me because I was worrying that it was bugging
her too much. AT&T called to let us know they were fixing
the problem. Oh, thank goodness.

The phone rang again. It was Ms. Cremer, telling me that
now when she calls people, her caller ID comes up as my
number, and mine is coming up as hers...somehow our
phone numbers have been totally swapped and that she was
calling AT&T to come fix it AGAIN. 6:00 pm came and went
and AT&T called to say that it was working on it and it will
,be definitely fixed by Monday at 6pm this time. SURE it will.
I hope you won't mind'dif I don't hold my breath waiting on
that. Thbhks TbFth ent)rtariing few weeks, AT&T. Oh, by-
the way, the check for the phone bill is "in the mail." You
just hold YOUR breath waiting on that one.


"I am a little surprisedat
the fact that state and local
government has remained
as stable as it has in the na-
tion as a whole, given the
depth of the current reces-
sion," Rockefeller re-
searcher Donald J. Boyd told
The New York Times last
week.

Boyd may be "a little sur-
prised," but the taxpayers
who are being forced to pick
up the skyrocketing tab
that's coming out of Wash-
ington are outraged.

After all, they saw this com-
ing a long time ago.

Long before a single vote
was cast in favor of Ameri-
ca's recent debt-exploding
government bailouts, free
market advocates warned
the leaders of both political
parties in Washington D.C.
against trying to "spend
their way" out of a reces-
sion. They were also told in
no uncertain terms that
pouring money into ineffi-
cient government bureau-
cracies, new agenda driven
spending and unsustainable
entitlement programs did
not constitute a "stimulus."

Sadly, Washington refused to
listen.

Meanwhile, the worst is still
yet to come for taxpayers,
who after being placed on
the hook for the cost of an
unprecedented government
intervention are still await-
ing relief from astronomical
unemployment rates and
frozen credit markets.


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Dear Editor:

I want to take this opportu-
nity to refute the rampant
rumor that has been circu-
lating to the effect that Rob-
bie Lee has decided to name
his next-born son "Timmy"

I, for one, don't believe a
word of it.

Norris McKinney




In addition to record deficits
and the mountain of debt
that's accumulated at the
federal level, thirty state
governments raised taxes
this year in an effort to deal
with budget "shortfalls,"
and more states are expected
to follow suit next year. That
may stem government job
losses in the short term, but
it will place an even greater
strain on the private sector
to pay for more with less in
the years to come.

Government has always had
a problem living within its
means during any budget
climate, but its refusal to do
so during this recession is
creating a much greater hole
for America's depleted work-
force to overcome.




The author is Chairman of
Americans for Limited Gov-
ernment and a Liberty Fea-
tures Syndicated Writer


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VOP-SALE OF COCAINE

MILLER, MACK ANTHONY. 34
SUTTON
SELL/DELV/PURCH CON-
TROL SUBSTANCE

WALKER JR.EARNEST LEE,
28 .
CHEWINGG
SELL/DELV/PURCH CON-'
.TROL SUBSTANCE

GAUDLAP,'GERALD EUGENE.
59, MALORY
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

9. 2-2009

ROBERTS. COREY LEE, 27
CHE WNING '
\'OP. BRG OF STRUCTURE/
GRAND THEFT
RESIST W/O VIOLENCE

ANDERSON, FRANCES CAR-
OL, 5MSUTTON VOP- DWLS4I
HAfKLE, MICHAEL'
CHRISTOPHER, 27
HOUSED FOR LAFAYETTE

PRIDGEON, CODY EUGENE,
24, HOSED FOR LAFAYETTE

RINDGE, TIMOTHY FUL-
"TON,57,
BRADLEY CCPD
OUT OF COUNTY WRTS
PINELLAS COUNTY


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United States of Amedca, the sale of
a book can become a subject of In-
quiry, and of odminal Inquiry too."
Thmas Jeffemson


ATTORNEY GENERAL SUES
COMPANY FOR CHEATING CON-
SUMERS OUT OF REBATES

Attorney General Bill Mc-
Collum today sued a
Delaware company, Sys-
temax, and its subsidiaries,
Tigerdirect and Onrebate,
over allegations the compa-
nies failed to pay advertised
rebates to consumers.
Systemax, through Tigerdi-
rect, offers a variety of elec-
tronic merchandise
for sale at discounted
prices though its retail out-
lets, catalogs and website,
www.tigerdirect.com. The
company allegedly offered
and advertised products
with rebate incentives,
falsely representing to con-
sumers they would receive
the rebates in approximate-
ly 8-10 weeks.

After receiving numerous
complaints from consumers,
the Attorney General's
Economic Crimes Division
began investigating the
companies in April 2007.
Consumer complaints re-
ported that the rebate pro-
gram was very difficult to
navigate and often led to
consumers giving up their
rights to rebates.

The Attorney General's
lawsuit claims rebate re-
quests received by the com-
pany often went un-
processed, allowing the of-
fers to expire. Many re-
quests that did get


JASZTAL, JERID UEDWARD, 20
KING, RECKLESS DRIVING

9-3-2009

BUZZEL-L, DANIEL LYN, 48
G. HILL
BATTERY DOMESTIC VIOL

RODGERS, FRANK .
WILLIAMS, 54, R. DOWNING
DWLSR, POSS OF CONTROL
SUBSTANCE

MATHEWS, JEANNE EILEEN,
32, CCPD BRADLEY
RETAIL THEFT X2
RESIST W/O VIOLENCE

GAUDLAP, GERALD EUGENE,
59, MALORY .
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

94-2009

CRAIG, CHRISTINE V, 34
S. BRADLEY
RETAIL THEFT
NON-SUPPORT SW COUNTY.

SMALL, CLAYTON JAMES, 22
TUMLIN, RESIST W/O YIOa-
LENCE NO VEHICLE REGIS-
TRATION

LASHLEY, KIM DENEISE, 44
M. BRANNIN, SALE OF CON-
TROLL SUBSTANCE .

WASHINTON, GARY KENT, 45
FHP HOOVER, DWLSR (HA-
BITUAL), WRIT OF BODILY
ATTACHMENT

GRAMLING, JOHN CHARLES,
38. K. LAMAR VOP-POSS
METH TAYLOR COUNTY
NON-SUPPORT

KEEN. GASTON JACOB, 60
CLARK. RECKLESS OPERA-
TIQN, POSS CONTROL SUB-
STANCE
POSS F/A BY CONVICTED
FELON

9-6-2009

HARDIN, RONALD KEVIN, 30
DANIELS, DISORDERLY CON-
DUCT

BARRING. TONY S, 52 . ,
FHR HOOVER
DUlI PROPERTY DAMAGE/' I
PERSONAL INJURY
DWLSR

HAMMOCK, LISA ANN, 32
GCSO DASHER
HOUSED FOR GILCHRIST
COUNTY


processed were allegedly
processed in a haphazard,
fashion, causing required
supporting documentation
to be lost in the process and
ultimately resulting in de-
nied rebates.

Consumers calling the com-
pany to inquire about their


FTrod ers

By Bonnie Wilson

I don't know what it is about
the fall weather, horses, and
the great outdoors. I just
know I get really excited
and I don't want the trail to
end. As we start our trail
rides back this September, I
realize that fall is just
around the corner and I feel
the excitement beginning in
my bones, and by the way
that's not arthritis! But it
does bring to mind a great
place on our fall schedule to
ride. If you have not made it
to Bear Head Hammock, you
have truly missed an excep-
tional place to trail ride. I'm
not saying that there are not
a few dusty areas but for the
most part, it has scenic
shaded trails. It has become
one of my favorite spots.
You can camp there under a
beautiful shady tree lined
trailhead and I for one think
that is just terrific!.

My last ride there was truly
amazing. My blue-eyed won-
der horse Dusty was a per-
fect gentleman; we had per-
fect harmony on the trail.
We saw deer, coyote tracks;
and a few raccoon tracks
too.

The ride started off with,
Bennie and Bill Thomas,
Fay and Randy Beasley,
Bethany Stringer, my hus-
band Dave and yours truly,
me. Bill had a new horse to
ride named Ty, a blood bay
quarter horse. Ty was mag-
nificent. It wasn't hard to
see how pleased Bill was



COLLEGE NIGHT

AT LCCC

LAKE CITY, Fla.- Lake
City Community College
will hold its college Night
on Tuesday, September 22
from 5-7 p.m. in the Howard
Conference Center. Approxi-.
mately 3,500 students have
been invited from LCCC and
the .high schools within the
five-district service area to-
gether With four contiguous
counties in Georgia.

There are 35 colleges and
universities attending the
College Night event along
with 10 programs or ser-
vices from LCCC. The uni-
versities include UP, Santa
Fe College, FSU, FAMU, USE,
UNF, UCF, FAJ Honor's Col-
lege, FAU, UWE Also in-


delaying proper rebate pay-
ments. Additionally, the At-
torney General has
asked for full restitution to
consumers, reimbursement
for attorneys' fees
and costs associated with
the investigation, and sig-
nificant civil fines
for the company's willful


rebates reported
they were rou- Systemax, and its
tinely 'subsidiaries,
required to wait . ierdire
on hold for a Tigerdirect and
customer ser- Onrebate, over
vice representa- allegations the compa-
tive for an hour
or more, only to nies failed to pay
be mislead advertised rebates to
about the status consumers
of their rebate
and told nothing
could be done for them. rebate pro
encourage
The Attorney General is plaint wit
seeking a permanent in- General b
junction against Systemax 1-866-NO-
and its subsidiaries which a complain
would prevent them from http://ww
unreasonably denying or gal.com.


violations of
the Florida De-
ceptive and Un-.
fair
Trade Prac-
tices Act.


Consumers
who have been
victimized by
this or other
grams are
ed to file a com-
h the Attorney
y calling
SCAM or by filing
nt online at
vw.myfloridale-


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FWC Nabs Crab Molesters

Officers Dale Wilcox and,
Chad Albritton arrested a
subject on felony molesta-
tion of. blue crab traps and
theft of blue crabs. The offi-
cers were conducting sur-
veillance in an area of re-
peated theft of blue crab
traps from a commercial
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with his new partner. They
have become fast friends,
and I'm sure you will be see-
ing a lot of them on our
trails. Be sure to say hi to
Ty as you join us on our fan-
tastic fall trail rides.

We were saddled and ready
to ride out when we discov-
ered Ruth Brace was there
to join us. Dave, Bethany
and I waited till Ruth was
saddled and ready to ride as
the rest headed out on the
trail. We never leave a late
comer to ride alone on any
trail. That just shouldn't hap-
pen. There are many differ-
ent breeds of horses in our
group so we may not always
all ride together, however no
one rides alone. We all share
a great common interest and
a great buddy system that
can't be beat.

The air was crisp, the sky
was a beautiful shade of
blue, and I was in heaven.
The sights, sounds and
smell of a forest are like
nothing that is describable
in the English language. It's
more about feelings. There
are no words to explain
what an exhilaratingly, eu-
phoric feeling that you get
from beingin God's country
with good friends and your
best four legged buddy It is
totally awesome! Join us on-
the next trail ride. Share the
ride, and the feelings. You
can contact the Levy County
Horse Club at wwwfla-
horse.com/lchc or
levy2@flahorse.com.





eluded are The University of
Alabama, Tuskegee Univer-
sity, West Point, University
of Northwestern Ohio,
Bethune-Cookman Universi-
ty, University of Phoenix,
Johnson & Wales University,
Wesleyan University, The'
University of. Mississippi,
Dragon Rising College, The
Art Institutes, Saint Leo
University, and Nova South-
eastern, just to name a few.

Meals will be available for
purchase this year from
Lobo Caf6. Door prizes will
be given out every 10 min-
utes including one grand
prize. There will be an op-
-portunity for visitors to sign
up as friends of LCCC on
Facebook.

For more information con-
tact Andrea Wise, LCCC re-
cruiter at (386) 754-4246 or e-
mail at
wisea@lakecitycc.edu.


fisherman. From a con-
cealed location, the officers
watched a subject retrieve
four blue crab traps, remove
its contents, tie all four
traps into a bundle and then
dump them into deeper wa-
ter.

* The officers arrested the
subject and booked him into
Taylor County Jail.


Kent Conri is expected to
compete in the champi-
onships. In all, 45 states and
11 countries will be repre-
sented at the matches.

During the event, shooters
will navigate a series of ob-
stacles laid out on two field
courses that simulate poten-
tial real-world scenarios.
Shooters move quickly
through the various obsta-
cles competing on both
speed andaccuracy. Over
225,000 rounds will be fired
throughout the matches.

The championships will be
broken into two major
events. The first are the
Open and Production divi-
sions followed by the Limit-
ed, Limit-
ed-10 and
Revolver
Divisions.
;The divi-
. -+. '- sions sepa-


Gainesville Top Gun

Heads to National

Championship

Shoot-Out in the

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SEDRO-WOOLLEY, Wash.
- In the country's stiffest
competition for marksman-
ship and gun handling,
Gainesville will be repre-
sented in the "run and gun"
sport of practical shooting
at the Smith & Wesson 2009
U.S. Practical Shooting As-
sociation's (USPSA) Nation-
al Handgun Champi-
onships.

The sport
of practi-
cal shoot-
ing incor-
porates -
skill, pre- . '
cision and
speed
shooting
and it is
only fitting
that the
sport that draws from the
quick draw shooting skills
of old gunslinger movies
will return to its Western
roots at the Desert Spoits-
man's Rifle & Pistol Club
outside Las Vegas from Sep-
tember 11-19, 2009.

The Smith & Wesson USP-
SA National Handgun
Championships are the cul-
mination of numerous
events held throughout the
country and the highlight
for elite practical shooters.
This year's competition will
bring together more than
620 top shooters from
around the nation and over-
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types of
guns that
will be
used by the
shooters. For instance the
Production Division fea-
tures stock or "duty guns"
available from manufactur-
ers with only limited
changes to the firearms. On
the other, end of the spec-
trum is the Open Division
where the handguns are ful-
ly customized with parts
and features specifically de-
signed for competition in-
cluding recoil compensators
and optical sighting sys-
tems. Shooters can only
compete in one division
within each of the two
matches.

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The Varsity football team would like to thank Mrs. Starlet
Cannon, Supervisor of Elections and Suwannee Lumber
Company for feeding them on game night. Thanks for your
continued support!
GO BEARS!


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Homemakers:
Develop self- sufficiency
and confidence, learn job
search nd interview skills,
create a master applica-
tion and resume, and gain
basic computer skills.
Finding supportive friends
is a plus. Special topic
workshops are slao offered
covering health, legal and
employer.
FREE classes are offered
month. The next class
starts October 5, 2009.
Registration deadline is Oc-
tober 2.
If you are 35 years or old-'
er and have lost financial
support, our program can
help you make the transi-
tion into the job market.
Contact the Displaced
Homemaler Program at
Santa Fe College at 352-
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screening appointment.
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Corbin

family
Reunion
The annual Corbin re-
union willtbe Satur-
day, September 12,
2009 at Hart Springs
in the air-conditioned
A & B pavilions. We
will be there ALL day,
lunch will be served
at 1:00pm. Bring your
bathing suit and your
favorite dishess. for
more information, call
Tracy Ridgeway at
352-463-2q64 or faye
Richardson at
90q-237-3866.


DCHS GRAND REUNION
CLASSES of

1989--1990--1991
Saturday, June 26, 2010 at noon
Sunday, June 27, 2010 at 11:00pm
Gainesville Hotel TBD For info 717.679.2292
dixie.reunion@gmail.com


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The DCHS cheerleaders would like to thank the following
for their help in making our pork sandwich dinners a suc-
cess. '
Stanley/Foodland-sodas and meat
Cypress. Inn-BBQ cups
Elaines Sugar Biscuits- lids for BBQ cups
Johnny and Mary Lord for cooking the, meat
Ronnie and Tyler Hunt for cutting up the meat
and to everyone who bought a lunch from us.
Thank you to everyone for your support.
DCHS CHEERLEADERS


Bryant Family


Reunion

The Bryant Family Reunion will be held Saturday Septem-
ber 12, 2009 at the Bell Community Center. Please bring a
covered dish and a dessert.
Dinnerware and tea will be provided and we plan to eat at
1:00pm. Come early so we can visit and bring photographs
and other memorabilia to share with our extended family
We look forward to seeing you all there. For further infor-
mation, please contact Yvonne Sanders at 352-463-2592


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Thursday, September 10, 2009


Local


On August 25, 09 The Old
Town Red Hat Chicks ven-
tured their way to The
Black Diamond Restaurant
between Fanning Springs
and Chiefland. We had a
good bunch and we all en-
joyed trying different
things. As far as I could
'tell,,everything was very
good and plenty of it at that

We had one birthday Sue
Ice, Happy Birthday Suie.
We discussed other gather-
ings and how we could be


Red Hat Gobblins at Hal-
lo6ween,,watch for us on our
Oct newsletter.
Also discussed was the up-
coming Red Hat doings go-
ing on in Gainesville in the
future. Sounds good to me
girls
Catch-us next month to see
what we are up to.
Your Point and Shooter re-
porter Elaine Howell.


WWII VEE T!IRANS

World War II Veterans Club will meet Thursday, September
10th at 11:30 am at BubbaQue's in Chiefland. Our guest
speaker will be Mr. Jerry Prater, Veterans Affairs officer
from Dixie County
All WWII veterans are welcome, bring your spouse, a friend
or fellow veterans and join the camaraderie. Call Billie
Cooper 352-493-9368 or Dot Halvorsen 352-542-7697 if you
have any questions.


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The Log Cabin Quilters
met Thursday, September
3rd at the Levy County Quilt
Museum. More fabric has
been brought in along with
lots of magazines. More
quilts have come in and pic-
tures have been taken for
the papers. Shirley Mur-
phy who lives in Tennessee,
but used to live near here
was in and brought her
quilt that will go to the State
Fair. She also brought .in
three quilt tops that we will
either sell or quilt to sell.


COLLEGE NIGHT AT
LCCC

Lake City Community Col-
lege will hold its College
Night on Tuesday, Septem-
ber 22 from 5-7 p.m. in the'
Howard Conference Center.
Approximately 3,500 stu-
dents have been invited from
LCCC and the high schools
within the five-district ser-
vice area together with four
contiguous counties in Geor-
gia.
There are 35 colleges and
universities attending the
College Night event along
with 10 programs or services
from LCCC. The universi-
ties include UF, Santa Fe
College, FSU, FAMU, USF,
UNF, UCF, FAU Honor's Col-
lege, FAU, UWF. Also includ-
ed are The University of Al-
abama, Tuskegee University,



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Come see Trina

Located on US 19 S
of Cross City


Greg and six boys were out
Tuesday and really got so
much done.
Thanks again to Central
Florida Electric for coming
by and putting on new rope
for our flag. We can't climb
the pole and it takes a truck
and bucket to put the rope
up.
Lunch was great with
chicken and vegetables,
fried chicken, baked chick-
en, scalloped potatoes,
baked beans, corn, peas,
brownies and much more.


West Point, University of
Northwestern Ohio,
Bethune-Cookman Universi-
ty, University of Phoenix,
Johnson & Wales University,
Wesleyan University, The
University of Mississippi;
Dragon Rising College, The
Art Institutes, Saint Leo
University, and Nova South-
eastern, just to name a few.
Meals will be available for
purchase this year from
Lobo Caf6. Door prizes will
be given ouit every 10 min-
utes including one grand
prize. There will be an op-
portunity for visitors to sign
up as friends of LCCC on
Facebook.
For more information con-
tact Andrea Wise, LCCC re-
cruiter at (386) 754-4246 or e-
mail at
wisea@lakecitycc.edu.




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POST 91 UPI)ATE

The Jamerson-Sheffield Post 91, American Legion will have
it's regular membership donation dinner and meeting on
the 17th of September starting at 5:30pm with dinner and
the membership meeting starting after the dinner. As al-
ways it is a joint meeting with the Ladies Auxiliary of the-
Post. Please plan to attend, your support is needed to keep
theorganization moving forward. We hope to see you there.
All veterans
are welcome to attend.
FOR GOD AND COUNTRY
Leeman White Commander

DIXIE COUNTY ADULT G.E.D. CLASSES
FREE
GED Classes will be offered at the following two locations:
Dixie County Old Town Education Complex
Starting September 14, 2009
Monday and Thursdays
5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
, Dixie County High School Vocation Business Lab
Starting September 15, 2009
Tuesday and Thursdays
5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
You may register for GED classes at the site most conve-
nient to you. Please bring your Social Security'card and
photo ID. If you are between 16 and 18 years of age, you
will need a parent/guardian present to register.
If you have any questions please feel'free to call Donna,
Wright at 498-6141.


2009 VOLLETALL

CHEDU LE
Revised 8/28/2009
JVNarsity
September 10 Bronson Away 5:00/6:30
September 15 Branford Home 4:00/6:00
September 17 Chiefland Home 5:00/6:30
September 22 PK Yonge Home 5:00 Varsity
only
September 24 Bell Home
5:00/6:30
September 29 Trenton Away 5:00/6:30
October 1 St. Francis Home 6:30 Varsity
only
October 5 Chiefland Away 5:00/6:30
October 6 Branford Away 4:00/6:00
October 8 Hawthorne Home 5:00 Varsity
nly
October 12 St. Francis .Away, 6:00 Varsity
only
October 13 Bronson Home 5:00/6:30
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From BEARS, pg 1
In.the second quarter the
Dixie County defense let the
Hornets slip through for
their only touchdown of the
game with about five min-
utes left before the half. The
Bears recovered the kickoff
at the start of
the third
quarter and
in seven
downs, raced
to the end
zone ending
with Godbolt
carrying the
ball in five
yards for the
score. Cas-
sidy booted in '
the extra
point and the
Bears pulled
ahead 13 to 6.
Godbolt . .
scored again
in the fourth
quarter on a four yard play
and Cassidy added the extra
point for a final finish of 20
to 6.
After the game Wilkerson
told the team "I am really
proud that we stepped up


and are not making any ex-
cuses for our mistakes. Re-
member that this is the first
step in the ladder and we
have to think about Willis-
'ton next week. We need to
get after it and not just be
satisfied, we need to get bet-
ter."
Game stats
have the
Bears with 13
first downs,
to Lafayette's
one, The
. -- Bears had 246
rushing
- 'B yards and 11
penalties for
110 yards.
, The Bears
travel to
Williston
"" next to tackle
the Red Dev-
ils. The Dev-
ils defeated
PK Yonge last week and will
be looking to add the Bears
to their hit list. Come out
and support our team as the
Bears take it to the Devils
Dixie County style.
Go Bears!


Woodman of the World

Social in Honor and Remembrance 9-15 @ 6pm Pot Luck
dinner invite a friend or family member who have served in
the military we will honor them. M Surles



For Pet's Sake

Kids are back in school. Please drive with care so that they
and their furry family members who follow them to the bus
stop, stay safe.
Do you remember the Spring Fling thing from two
years ago? Well the Fall of Summer, which will be similar
to that event, is scheduled for Fri.-Sat., Sept. 18th and 19th
at 9am. If you are looking for bargains, drive over to Bell
and stop at the Club House, next to the Bell City Hall. All
proceeds from this hugh yard sale goes to replenish the
spay-neuter fund and purchase fencing, posts, paint, and
ect.
If you care to donate to the cause contact us; no clothes
or computers please. Do you have a carport or pole barn to
donate or sell at a reasonable price to 4 Pets Sake? The size
is of no importance.
We can be reached at 386-935-0975 or 866-727-2972; our e-
mail is foUrpetssakel@windstream.net Enjoy the day, just
for the love of them.
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FOOTBALL SCuEDIUL1E Hamilton County
Away
September 10
PK Young October 8
Home Chiefland
Home
September 17
Newberry October 15
Away Trenton
Away
September 24 Away
Williston J V Games start at 7:00 pm
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Cross City Rehabilitation needs

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(or apple pie, or chicken and dumplings...)


Cross City Rehabilitation is do-
ing a cook book fundraiser.
They need 350 recipes in order to
go to print and they're asking
the community to help. If you've
lost a friend or loved one and can
contribute your secret recipe for
goulash or blackeyed peas,
please contact Jennie Sue Cun-
ningham and Cross City Rehab.
Books will go on sale for $10.00.
Please support our local seniors.
Thank you!


Join the Arbor Day
Foundation in September
And Receive 10 Free Live
Oak Trees
Everyone from Florida who
becomes a member of the Ar-
bor Day Foundation in Sep-
tember will receive 10 free
live oak trees as part of the
Foundation's Trees for Amer-
ica campaign.
Trees for America'is a pro-
gram dedicated to environ-
mental stewardship through .
the planting of trees offered
by the nonprofit Arbor Day
Foundation.
"Live oak trees will add beau-
ty to any landscape," said
John Rosenow, chief execu-
tivb of the Arbor Day Foun-
dation. "People who plant
these fast-growing trees wil
enjoy the shade and splendor
they provide for years and
years to come. They will also
add to the proud heritage of
Florida's 142 Tree City USA
communities. For more than
30 years, Tree City USA has
supported community
forestry across Florida, and
planting these live oaks will
make this tree-planting tradi-
tion even stronger."
The trees will be shipped
postpaid between-Oct. 15 and
Dec. 10, at the right time for
planting. The 6-to-12-inch
trees are guaranteed to grow
or they will be replaced free
of charge. Planting instruc-
tions are enclosed with each
shipment of trees.
New members of the Arbor
Day Foundation also receive
The Tree Book, which in-
cludes information about
tree planting and care.
To receive 10 free live "oak
trees, send a $10 membership
contribution to Ten Live
Oaks, Arbor Day Foundation,
100 Arbor Ave., Nebraska
City, NE 68410, by September
30, 2009, or join online at
www.arborday.org.


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Zogby Interactive:
Americans Shed
Material Belongings
Even. in Recession,-
People More Likely to
Give Things Away

UTICA, New York - A Zogby
Interactive poll of 41,175
adults shows a continuing.
trend of Americans choos-
ing to live 'with fewer mater-
ial possessions.
The survey conducted from
July 2-27, 2009. The margin
of error is +/- 0.5%.
It found that:
* 22% of U.S. adults have
given away more than 10%
of their belongings.because
these were no longer need-
ed. Only 20% say they have
given away nothing, and
more than half (58%) say
they- have given a% ay less.
than 10% of their belong-
ings.
* 17% said they purpose-
fully gave things' away in
the past year because they
have too much., Another
60% said they have a nor-
mal amount of belongings,
and when they get useless to
them, they give them away.
Twenty-one percent said
they hardly give anything
away.
* 28% said they'had given
away more of their belong-
ings in the past year. than
they had previously, and
20% said they had disposed
of less. The rest were not
sure.
* We asked which of the
following almost exactly
alike items respondents
would be most likely to buy.
One item costs $500 at


Tiffany's and comes in a
Tiffany blue box. The other
costs $250 at Wal-Mart. Only
10% chose the Tiffany item,
while 78% chose the Wal-
Mart purchase.
Demographic differences in
responses to all the ques-
tions were generally small.
People with the lowest in-
comes were least likely to
give things away, but as
household income rises, dif-
ferences were not signifi-
cant. People who frequently-
attend church services were
somewhat more likely to get.*
rid of possessions than
those who attend less fre-
quently or not at all. Age
was not a factor. As for polit-
ical ideology, liberals were
more likely than conserva-
tives (23% to 14%) to say
they were purposely giving
things away because they
had too much. Liberals were
also more likely than con-
servatives to choose the
Tiffany's item over the Wal-
Mart, 19% to 5%.
Pollster John Zogby: "Even
uring economic hard
times, we find Americans
more likely to give things
away. I don't believe that
most are doing so in order
to make room for new mate-
rial objects. Instead, people
are moving toward a sim-
pler, less materialistic
lifestyle.
I call them Secular Spiritu-
alists because they are look-
ing for more meaning in
their lives; and will seek it
through family, friends, vol-
unteering and leisure activi-
ties that fulfill their needs."

For a complete methodologi-
cal statement on this survey,
please visit:
http://www.zogby.com/meth
odology/readmeth.cfm?ID=l
411


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Cross City, FL 32628


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


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Local


DBPR's Division of Alcoholic
Beverages and Tobacco Patrols
Labor Day Weekend Football
Games to Keep Underage
Tailgaters Alcohol-Free

TALLAHASSEE -ABT
agents patrolled the Univer-
sity of Florida versus
Charleston Southern Uni-
versity, University of South
'Florida versus Wofford Col-
lege and the Florida State
University versus. the Uni-
:versity of Miami football
-games, issuing 72 Notices to6
Appear for possession of al-.
.cohol by an underage per-
.son.

Tailgating is a traditional
part of the football experi-
ence, and this weekend the
-Department of Business and
Professional Regulation's Di-
;vision of Alcoholic Bever-
'ages and Tobacco worked to
keep alcohol out of the
hands of underage people
during game-day festivities.


At Saturday's UF game, ABT
agents arrested 12 for pos-
session of alcoholic bever-
ages by an underage person.
During the USF game,
agents arrested 17 for under-
age drinking and one was
cited for the additional'
charge of possession of
marijuana. At Monday's
FS.U versus Miami rivalry
showdown, agents arrested
43 for possession of alco-
holic beverages by an under-
age person.

Preventing underage drink-
ing is a top priority for ABT.
The division takes a three-
tiered approach to combat-
ing underage drinking
' through education, preven-
tion and enforcement. For
the second year, the depart-
ment has partnered with
The Charmer Sunbelt
Group, Brown-Forman and
CBS Radio to promote Tail-
gaters Urging Responsibility
'& Fun, or TURF

This initiative seeks to posi-
tively impact the game envi-


ronment for everyone with
tips for a successful celebra-
tion, reminders about re-
sponsible alcohol consump-
tion and actionable steps
fans can take to ensure that
the game, and the tradition
of tailgating, is preserved.
The.mission of ABT is to
keep alcohol and tobacco out
of the hands of underage
persons, to ensure that li-
censed establishments are
in compliance with the laws
and rules regulating the in-
dustry in Florida, and to
collect taxes and fees related
to these industries.

The Department's mission is
to license efficiently and
regulate fairly The Depart-
ment licenses more than one
million businesses and pro-
fessionals ranging from real
estate agents, veterinarians,
and accountants to contrac-
tors and cosmetologists. For
more information, please
visit www.MyFloridaLi-
cense.com.


I DXlIE COnO TY HIiH September 15.
S.. " ' ,* " Bronson October 6
SCHOOL 2009 Away 4:00/ 6:00 Branford
* ,OLLYALL , Away 4:00/ 6:00
VOLL TdaLL
SCHEDULE September 17 October 8
. Chiefland Hawthorne
Junior V sit and Home 5:00/ 6:30 Home .V 5:00
Junior Va.rsity. and
Varsity September 22 October 12
PK Yonge St. Francis
S August 31 Home V 5:00 Away V 6:00
Bell : . . .
Away 4:00' 6:00 September 24 October 13
I Bell Bronson
September 3, Home 4:00/ 6:30 Home 5:00/6:30
Hawthorne
Away V 5:00 September 29 \ October 15
Trenton Chiefland I.
I September 8. . Away 4:00/ 6:00 Away 5:00/6:30
Trenton
Home 5:00/ 6:30 October 1 October 26-29
, St. Francis District Tournament
September 10 Home V 6:30 Bell
Bronson TBA
i Away 5:00/ 6:00

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ADVERTISEMENT


Honda Owners Left


Out in the Cold

Local Honda Dealer Welcomes Them with Open Arms


Gairiesville, Fl,
The Government's: C.A.R.S. or
-Cash for Clunkers program was wildly
successful. Consumers traded in older,
gas guzzling vehicles for hew, safer,
more fuel efficient models with govern-
ment rebates up to $4,500. Amidst the
jubilee of new car sales, a particular
group found themselves excluded from
the excitement and opportunities.
Owners of ,late model Hondas who
thought they would qualify found that
they were left out in the cold due to the
Government's strict federal guidelines.
Now that the Government's
program is over, local Honda dealer
Wade Raulerson Honda at 3801 North


Main Street in
Gainesville is offering
current Honda owners
a chance with Wade
Raulerson Honda's
Clunker Trade-in
Program. "This is
actually a great oppor-
tunity for both us as a
dealership and current
Honda owners," said
Jason Dillon, used car,
manager for -Wade
Raulerson Honda.
"The supply of


-actually


models. Wade Raulerson Honda is
looking to replenish their shortage as
soon as possible making now the
perfect time to trade in your current
vehicle for a newer model Honda
today.
"With so many, vehicles being
destroyed in the Cash for Clunkers pro-
gram, prices have begun to rise at the
auctions and everyone is searching for
a way to fill their lot and keep prices
low. We figured who better to offer up to
$4,500 for their trade-in than current
Honda owners who may have felt
snubbed during the Government pro-
gram," added Dillon.
Those who were unable to qualify
S1for the Government's
Is . -' Cash for Clunkers
program should bring
at their current vehicle to
,11mu4 * Wade Raulerson


both us as a
dealership mnd
current Honda
Sowners"
pa Jason Din
Used Car Manager


quality vehicles is extremely low and
demand is at an all time high. The bulk
of our inventory comes from trade-ins.
Before the Cash for Clunkers program
it was difficult to keep $10,000 or less
vehicles in stock, now it's almost
impossible. They're sold as soon as we.
get them in," said Dillon.
While it seems Wade Raulerson
Honda is focusing on Honda owners,
they concede that the market is ripe for
trades of all types, from late model
Toyotas, Nissans and Fords to luxury
Mercedes-Benz, BMW and Lexus


Honda.
"It's really a"
Blessing in disguise
for Honda owners that
. were unable to cash in
on the government
program," said Dillon.
I. "Hondas are ranked
with the highest resale


value of any vehicle
on the market, and we're
offering top dollar when you trade yours
in right now. With these kinds of offers,
we're confident we'll fill our used lot up
quickly."
Interested persons looking to trade
in their late model Honda or other late
model vehicle should contact Jason
Dillon at Wade Raulerson Honda's
used car lot at 3801 North Main Street,
Gainesville or by calling 1-877-639-
8148 today to take advantage of Wade
Raulerson Honda's Clunker Trade-in
Program.


Interested consumers should contact the dealership directly at 877-639-8148


Yes on Saturday, September 12,
2009 we will have another Tea Par-
ty Rally on the Levy County Cour-
thouse steps starting at noon. I
know it is hot so PLEASE sit un-
der the trees to the left of the
steps so we don't have to yell to be
heard and we will keep the time
to ONE hour. We have two very
important issues will be the focus:
healthcare and education. There
will be assignments we need to
complete so please attend and
there will be a charge of $1 for
printing the materials.

After we discuss the .two issues if


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there is time we will hear from you about issues on your
mind.
If you have any questions please contact Juanita at .339
0747;


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I SCHOOL 2009
I FOOTBALL SCHEDULES


September
Branford
7:00
Home

September 15
Lake Butler
7:00
Away


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SCHOOL 2009
VOLLEYBALL SCHEDULED

September 10 .
Williston DH
4:30
Away

September 15
Oak DH
4:30 .
Home


Dixie's School Kids
Watch the President's
Speech

It caused a national uproar
by parents concerned that
their children were being
exposed to politically
charged propaganda, but
the. speech President Oba-
ma delivered on Tuesday to
public school children all
over he country was fairly
bland and non-controver-
sial. Topics emphasized
staying in school and per-
sonal responsibility.

According to Sharon Mc-
Call from the Superinten-
dent's office, Dixie County
classrooms recorded the
broadcast and played it, as
appropriate in classes.


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September 22
Ft.White
7:00o
Home

September 29
Starke
7:00
Home

October 13
Chiefland .
7:00
Home


September 24
Lake Butler DH
4:00
Away.
October 1
Chiefland DH
4.00
Home

October 5
Ft. White DH
4:00
Away


October 20
Williston
7:00 |
Away

October 27
SMAC Bowl
TBA

All games will be played at I
DCHS football Field
I


October 15
Starke DH
5:00
Home


October 19
SMAC Tournament
TBA
RRMS

October 22
SMAC Tournament
TBA
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LADIES OF JOPPA

LODGE TO HOLD FUND
RAISER

The Ladies of Joppa Lodge
No. 4 have been very busy
the past few years raising
money for the Community.
They have crocheted Lap
Robes and Slippers for the
Tri-County Nursing Home;
and Caps. Slippers and Neck
Warmers for the veterans at
the VA Hospital in
Gainesville.

Their Newest Project is to
raise money for the "Com-
munity Youth and Scholar-
ship Fund" by holding a
Quilt and Sport Blankets
Raffles and Bake Sales. The
quilt and sham which was
hand-made by Mrs. Cather-
ine Ware of Old Town, is a
"Robbing Peter to Pay Paul"


Silverado salute to 9/11 Friday
night, Boggy Creek Band Saturday
night at Spirit of the Suwannee.
Music Park

Price of admission Friday night
to the Music Hall is $5. The $5
may be applied to the purchase


pattern 86" x 105", large
enough for a King Size Bed.
The Ladies will be in front
of Gail's Cafe in Old Town
on Saturday, September 19,
2009 from 7:30 AM - ?. The
tickets are $1.00 apiece or 6
for $5.00.

Come and check out all the
delicious Baked Goods.
Everyone knows the Ladies
of Joppa always have the
most delicious goodies.

This past year, Joppa Lodge
presented 2 Scholarships to
t woeJo. iDix ie County
High hd06seniors and
sponsored a Championship
Little League team. Again,
all monies raised from both
the raffles and bake sale
will go to the "Community
Youth and Scholarship
Fund". Please come out and
join us and help us support
our Youth.


of food and beverages Friday
night only Admission Saturday
night is $10. As always, the SOS
Caf6 and Restaurant will have
available delicious food and bev-
erages at regular prices during
performances in the Music Hall.
Doors open at 6 p.m., shows be-
gin at 7 p.m.


September 11th
The Dixie County Band Booster is sponsoring a fish dinner on Friday
September 11 , from lam - 1pm, at the Cross City Park.
The Meal iit]ues.
Fresh Mullet, Baked Beans, Swamp Cabbage. and Hushpuppies.
All for just $5.00.


/The Levy County Horse Club
Presents the 9"' Annual
Breast Cancer Awareness Trailride
At
Tidewater Traithead in Goethe Forest


l.ocatd at the sout, end of CR 337
'In conjunction with Forest Awareness Month and
Greenways and Trail Month


Date:
Time:
Co st:
Fun:


Food:


Saturday, October 24th, 2009
All day, ride at your own pace!
$20.00 Registration fee per rider, includes 1
free ticket for lunch.
Fun raffles will be held during the lunch break
around 1 p.m.. Poker run Saturday a.m. for
S10 donation with a S50 winner. Bonfire
Friday night and possible entertainment!
Sat. morning 8 to 10am Pancakes & Stuff
breakfast for minimum $5 donation. Lunch
free with registration, or available for S5 each.


Red Cross

Benefit Auction

set for Sat.,

Sept.12

The American Red Cross
benefit auction will be held
this Saturday Sept. 12th,09
at the Dixie Lan Auction
house located 2 miles south
of Cross City on US Hwy
19. Colonel Joel Kulzar, our
auctioneer will start
promptly at 6:29 p.m. drop-
ping the gavel to the high-
est bidder.

We have received many do-
nated items including:
climbing tree stands, .50
caliper Hawkins style muz-
zleloader, camo coveralls,
antique clipper ship repli-
ca, 10 speed 26 inch bike,
child's rocking chairs, new
garden rakes and shovels,
asst. trees(hollies, leyland
cypress, crepe
myrtles) and shrubs(aza-
leas,crepe
myrtles,loropetalums), plus
many other useful items.

Local Red Cross members
will be on hand to answer
any questions you may
have about volunteering,
plus our big red Emergency
Response Vehicle will be on
site to demonstrate how it
functions in time of a dis-
aster. Donated items may
be brought to the auction
site any time before the
sale.

Many thanks to Tony ,Lin-
da and their staff at the
Dixie-Lan Auction for their
generosity and coopera-
tion in making this all pos-
sible. Come join the fun for
a good cause.

If you need more informa-
tion, please contact Art or
Karen Wyckoff @ 352-356-
1189. Thanking you in ad-
vance for your donations
and help. Watch the ADVO-
CATE for more details
about what will be on the
auction block.


CUB SCOUTS

Meet at the First United
Methodist Church of Cross City
on Monday nights at 6:30 to
7:30.
Boys First to Fifth Grade
For questions call Joseph
Dieter
352-542-8773 -

Suwannee River Economic
Council
Breakfast is now
being served!
at the Senior Center at
357 SE 22nd Avenue
For info call Heddie John-
son 498-2714

L)BBQ & B: .,

Wild Adventures Water and
Theme Park presents an
event for each of your five
senses with BBQ & Blue-
grass Saturday, September
19.

The all day event for BBQ
lovers mixes with Blue-
grass music to celebrate
food and music in the
South. BBQ and Bluegrass
begins at 10:00 a.m. and
ends with Ricky Skaggs in
concert at 7:00 p.m.



BINGO

DAV

CHAPTER 63, CROSS
CITY
WEDNESDAYS - 6 P.M.
SATURDAYS - 5:30 P.M.
DAV HALL - AIRPORT
ROAD
CROSS CITY


Suwannee Valley Players
announces the Auditions for
Not a Creature Was Stirring...
not even a moose

Suwanfiee Valley Players
announces auditions for its
upcoming production of Not
a Creature Was Stirring ...
not even a moose, a comedy
written by Pat Cook.

Auditions will be held at the
Chief Theater, 25 East Park
Avenue in Chiefland on
Sept.10 (Thursday) at 7:00
pm and Sept.12 (Saturday)
at 10:00 am at the Chief The-
atre. Show dates are Dec. 4,
5th at 8:00 pm and 6th at 2:30
and Dec. 11th, at 8:00 pm;


Levy County Republicans
Monthly Meeting

The regular monthly meet-
ing of the Levy County Re-
publican Executive Commit-
tee (LCREC) is the 3rd Mon-
day, September 21, 2009, at
Bubbaque's Restaurant in
Chiefland. We will start
with food and fellowship at
6:30pm followed by our
meeting at 7pm.
Summer is over and we
must be back to work. We
are looking for people who
want to increase the Repub-
licans in Levy County (cur-
rently we have 8,164) AND
put more Republicans in of-


AES SAC meeting

The Anderson Elementary
School Advisory Council
(SAC) will hold its first
meeting of the 2009-10
school year on Thursday,
September 10, 2009 at 2:45
p.m.

The purpose of the SAC is
to assist in the preparation
and the evaluation of the
school improvement plan; to
participate in the prepara-
tion and review of the SAC
budget; determine the ex-
penditure of the School Im-
provement Funds, and to act
as an advisory body.

The SAC currently has
some parent (non-teacher)


Dec. 12th at 2:30 and 8:00 pm
and 13th at 2:30 pm.

Produced by special
arrangement with Eldridge
Publishing Company Cast-
ing call is for 4 adult men, 5
adult women. There are also
opportunities for behind-
the-scenes personnel includ-
ing costume design/sewing,
set and scenery design/con-
struction, stage & house
crew, and other areas.

For more information con-
tact us at 352-493-2787 or
suwanneevalleyplayers@gm
ail.com .You may also find
up-to-date information on
our website at www.svplay-
ers.org.


fice.

Now is the time for ALL RE-
PUBLICANS TO WORK TO-
GETHER so please attend
our monthly meetings to get
informed and become in-
volved.
Check us out on our Face-
book page: Levy County Re-
publicans also RPOF and on
our website www.levyrepub-
licans.com for activities,
contact info and so much
more.
Also if you are between the
ages of 17 and 26 and want
to work with your own Re-
publican age group, please
contact Michelle at 1-877-734-
LEVY (5389).


member vacancies. Individ-
uals elected to serve on the
SAC will serve for one (1)
year. Attendance at regular
monthly meetings is expect-
ed. Any SAC member who
has two (2) unexcused ab-
sences from a regular meet-
ing will have their name re-
moved from the member-
ship and the Chairperson
will declare a vacancy.

Any interested parents
should feel free to attend
this meeting, and have
themselves nominated for a
parent member position.
The 2009-10 SAC officers are:
Chairperson, Lola Butler;
Vice-Chairperson, Candy
Snedeker; and Recording
Secretary, Jaime NesSmith.


DIXIE COUNTY
H 1STO KlICAL,

SOCIETY NEEDS
VOLUNTEERS

The Dixie County Histori-
cal Society needs volunteers
for a few upcoming events.
The first, which takes place
on Saturday September 19th,
is their quarterly Adopt-A-
Highway trash pickup. The
two mile area belonging to
the Historical Society is on
Highway 19 north of the
stoplight at Old Town and
ending near the Veteran's
Memorial. Volunteers are
asked meet at 8:00 am at Dix-
ie Music Center where all
supplies will be picked up.
With enough volunteers,
this job can be done quickly
and a great service will be
accomplished for our com-
munity.

It's a wonderful opportunity
to get outside,.make new
friends while making a dif-
ference where we live. Any
interested members or non-
members are asked to call
Dixie Music Center at 352-
542-3001 for more informa-
tion.

The Dixie County Histori-
cal Society also needs volun-
teers for Dixie Days which
takes place on Saturday Sep-
tember 26th. This event will
be located at the Trail Rid-
ers Club in Cross City and is
sponsored by the Dixie
County Chamber of Com-
merce.

There will be live music and
vendors selling food and oth-
er items, as well as many
other activities for the en-
tire family. The Historical'
Society will have a booth set
up for this event and&needs
volunteers to help out at the
booth. We would really like
our members to be involved
with our many activities
and this would be a great
way to help.

For more information
please call Sherry Ragsdale
at 542-7510 or the Historical
Society on Fridays between
10am and 2pm at 542-0047.


Page 8


Overnight carnpiln li available for those who would like to come in on
Friday or stay over till Sunday. Water for horesi andl bathroom facilities
will be available. This Is NO huating date, Traill use and camp frees walved
forthis benefit event. Current toggini checked at registration.
Come join us for a great time to benefit a great cause!
.M1 Donations go to benefit local breast cancer patients.
Check out the web page at www.flahorse.comlche/ for info, or e-mail
levv2 'rflahorse.com








www. dcadvocate. net


Thursday September 10, 2009


Page 9


So, as a public service by the Advocate,


all Classified Ads are T

Yes, YOU READ RIGHT:


TOTALLY FREE I

(Excluding Business ads, Services and Rentals/Real estate)'


* STEINHATCHEE PLACE RE-
SORT: Furnished 1 and 2 bed-
*room Condo's for Rent $600 to
�$750.Included in price-Cable, In-
terndt, Local calls, Hot Tub.Call
352-498-7740 or'813-677-9640
UFN

For lease: Luxury Apt. Dishwash-
er, laundry room, fenced back
yard, patio, carport, first last se-
curity, 498-3376

4 rent- 3 BR 2 Bath on 1 acre
352-498-0181
352-585-8637
2BR 1 Bath in Cross City 400.00 a
month plus Security Depsoit
498-7632

House for Rent
3BR2Bath Large utility room, 2
car garage NO PETS on 1 Acre,
first and last 650.00
352-498-3795

RV & Boat Storage secured on 349
-Old Town call for more info Ger-
ry 352-210-0904 or Sandy 352-210-
0903
28 x 60 bldg w/349 frontage small
office with A/C for rent $350
monthly call Gerry 352-210-0904 or
Sandy 352-210-0903

3BR House 375.00 Month
3BR Trailer 375.00, Month
Rooms for rent 175.00 Month
Call 352-498-4186
352-578-4252

CROSS CITY: 3/1 Block home,
Cent h/a, $500/month. $500 last,
$30 security deposit. 308, NE
152nd Street, Call 352-535-7681.


West 14x72, 2 Lg. Bedrooms, 2
Full Baths, Sotve, fridge, washer/
dryer, heat pump 8,000.00
Call 352-542-8222 to see or for
more info

WANTED--- Bunk bed with mat-
tresses good condition for foster
children, call/ leave mess
S352-542-1080

Dog Kennel for sale, 6x8 150.00
Wild Blue internet service 200.00'
1989 Holiday Rambler motor
home 31ft, 8000.00
352-542-2067

Car for Sale
92' Dodge Stealth 1500.00 OBO
352-498-5644

2007 pHEVY COBALT, red, ac, 5
spd, looks and runs great
$6995.00 542-3386

FOR SALE OR TRADE:
LEXMARK printer cartridges, 34
and 35. I bought the wrong ones.
Will trade for 32,33s or $5 each,
or almost anything interesting.
Available at the Advocate front
desk on Thursday.


Cross City Building Lot
104' x 162' Corner
12,500 or OBO 352-542-1765
City Water and Sewer

Rambling Woods Old Town
2 Ac 3 +2 DW Corner
W/D Ref 55,000 or OBO
352-542-1765


CHILDCARE PROVIDER All
ages in my home, Mon thru Fri
from 6am to 6pm 25.00 a day, in-
fant & child CPR Certified Locat-
*ed in Fanning Springs 1/4 mile
off hwy 19 Background and DL
Record Available 1-727-278-0258
BABYSITTING in my home
Mon- Fri 210-9112

Home Health Care: Adult sitting
house keeping cooking laundry,
errands, honest and dependable
Please call Nancy 813-235-5466

Hel wate


Part time Help Wanted:
Suwannee Water & Sewer
District has an immediate
openingfor an administra-
tive assistance. Duties will
include but are not limited to
answering phones, taking
messages, posting daily pay-
ments, creating work orders,
print bills, etc. Good people
skills and computer skills a
must. Those interested ,
should fax or e-mail their re-
sumes to the District at Fax:
352-542-7691 or email: suwan-
neewater@bellsouth.net
EOE/DFWP
36

THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
COURT ADMINISTRATION
-Positions Available-
www.jud3.flcourts.org
36,37

RECEPTIONIST/ASSIS-
TANT Friendly, service-ori-
ented mature person with
stable life needed for Cross
City business. Must have own
transportation. Good charac-
ter, unimpeachable integrity,
ability to handle money,
make deposits, make cash
register sales, deal well with
customers, answer phone,
general light cleaning. Some
typing, mad google/computer
skills needed. Previous re-
tail/heavy cash handling ex-
perience good. Must be in-
credibly reliable and local to
the area. Sarcastic or quirky
sense-of humor probably a
good idea. Somf running
around town in your car may
be necessary. Pre-crawling
babies welcome here. Hours
9-4, Mon-Fri. $8/hr, no bene-
fits, a few perks. EMAIL
editor@dcadvocate.net
with resume & references.
DO NOT apply in person.

DISHWASHER REPAIR-
MAN: Do you fix dish-
washers? Mine isn't work-
ing. If your prices are
cheap, and you're reliable,
call 542-0103 and leave
message.


"When you are asked If
you can do a job, tell 'em,
'Certainly I can!' Then get
busy and find out
how to do it."


Fri September 11 and Satur-
day September 12 RAIN OR
SHINE Turn at McDonalds
watch for signs,Furnitre, tv's
VCR and much more

YARD SALE
this Saturday, from 7 am to
noon. Designer prom dress,
junior name-brand clothes,
sizes 6-12, household items,
much more. Everything must
go! 1252 NE 188th Avenue, on
Cooper Road, off of Chavous.


Theodore Roosevelt


On the Up and Up


SHOWERS OF BLESSINGS
CUSTOM WATER TREAT-
MENT NOW LEASING EQUI-
MENT! Get rid of that iron,
odor, and hard water! WATTS
has the water treatment that will
give you clean healthy water to
cook with and to drink for the'
entire family I guarantee our
systems to remove the iron,
odors and give you pure clean
water. No more iron spots or
dingy clothes. Financing avail-
able with little or no money
down and low payments. We
have systems for every budget
including buying or renting
your equipment. For all of your
water problems call your local
WATTS dealer DAVID. B.
DOWNING (352) 356-0474 or (352)
498-2449. We service 'what we
sell! A member of the Florida
Quality Water.


DIXIE TILE AND MARBLE.
Owner Billy Cothron, licensed
and insured, 30 years exp. tile
wood, marble, rock, glass
blocks and more. Free esti-
mates and fair prices. Call
352-210-9219
UFN


MARTIAL ARTS- Self Defense
Classes - Kids/Adults. Gain con-
fidence. Respect. Fitness. $40.00
Registration fee, then only
$5.00/class. Larry Taylor's
Karate Training Center, Cross
City. 498-0048 Ufn


Jim's Pressure Washing/
Exterior Painting
Serving our area for over 20
yrs. Call today for a free esti-
mate. Pastor Jim Hurst 352-
498-3023 or 352-356-3831

DIXIE MONUMENTS serving
North Central Florida for 16
years. Open Tuesday-Friday 8-4.
Saturday 8-12 or call for appoint-
ment anytime. located on 512 Av-
enue (behind McCrabb Church) 7
miles North of Old Town on Hwy
349. 542-3432 or toll free 1-877-542-
3232
ufn






Hay For Sale
Last year hay (2008), $20.00
per round bale. This year
hay, (2009), $35.00 per round
bale. 352 222-5405.
UFN

Wanted
Will pay cash for
fiddler crabs call
David 352-542-2530


American Profile Hometown Content


ACROSS
1. James who
played Sonny
Corleone
5. Grad student's
mentor
9. Shopaholic
heaven
13. Farmland division
14. Last Olds ever
made
15. Diva's
showstopper
16. Jim-dandy
18. Boardwalk
payment
19., Bard's before
20. "Cogito, _ sum"
21. All you own
23. Veiled dancer
25. Anthem starter
26. Alcoholics
Anonymous, e.g.
32. Grinch's creator
35. Celestial ram
36. NFLer, e.g.
37. Snorkel's bulldog
38. Lou Grant
portrayer Ed
39. Toy blocks brand
40. Gobbled down
41. Sir _John
42. Portraitist's prop
43. Chinese-
American cuisine
assortments
46. Places to graze
47. Some postcard
scenes
51. Trendy travelers
54. Proofreader's
"keep it"
56. "_you nuts?"
57. Oodles
58. Drink offered to
one who is
departing
61. Mucky stuff
62. ... your cake and
_, too"
63. Country's
McEntire
64. Frat party need


COLOR ELM O!


17. Tale-spinning
uncle
22. Caves in
24. _ buco (veal
dish)
25. Familiarize, in a
way
27. Orzo and ziti
28. End of a Ripley
catch phrase
29. Unlocks, to a
bard
30. Twist the arm of
31. "The Hustler"
game
32. It's sold in bars!
33. Rebuke from .
Caesar
34. The Miners' sch.
38. Completely
clueless
39. Glasgow gal
41. Olympian's blade
42. Verdi aria


09/06/2009
44. Belfast's
province
45. Tennis great
Chris
48. "Don't play," on a,
score
49. Resort isle off
Venezuela
50. Flower part
51. Part of a
. doorway
52. Nobelist Wiesel
53. Ran like heck
54. Spot on the Web
55. "For kids" cereal
59. Kegger hardware
60. Prefix with med
or law


REALLYL Y) LAST WEEK!!!!


Deadline: 9/10/09 at 4:00. WINNERS WILL BE DRAWN ON SEPTEMBER 10th


Name:

Age: (under 12, please)Phone:


Address:_

Town,st,zip:


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WIN TWO FREE SESAME STREET LIVE TICKETS!!,

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THE CROSS


GRIZZLIES

will have



TRY OUTS

Tuesday, September 15th

at 7:00 PM

Sat the Little League Field

Bring cleats and shorts, and a white T-shirt

Call 498-2807 for more information,


65. Top point
66. List-ending abbr.

DOWN
1. Perry Mason
tales
2. MDX and RDX
automaker
3. Cosmetician
Adrien
4. Bridal bio word
5. Free
advertisement
6. Defaulter's loss
7. Smelter input
8. Timber harvester
9. Joan of Arc,
notably
10. Sphere of
interest
11. Dryer fuzz
12. After the buzzer
14. One selling TV
spots


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Thursday September 10, 2009


SLegals, etc


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED

LOUISE TRAMONTANO
17209 CRANWOOD AVE
HUNTERSVILLE, NC 28078


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
propertyand the names in which it
was assessed are as follows

Certificate No: 071
JUNE 1, 2004

Description of Property:


SEE EXHIBIT "A"

NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED

BRUCE AL CAMPBELL, PO BOX
73, CHIEFLAND, FL 32644

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 SEPTEMBER 29, 2009
at 11:00 A.M.

SEPTEMBER 1, 2009

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

Candace L. Corbin, Deputy Clerk

EXHIBIT A
* i
Descriptionpf Property:

Parcel No. 04-10-12-0000-1728-
0000 .

4 10 12 BG EXACT CENTER OF
SEC RN W 15 FT S 1720 FT W
210 FTTO POB RN S 105 FTW
47 FT N 105 FT E 47 FT TO POB
OR BK 122 PG 295



Subject to the restrictions of
record.

37,38,39,40


ON SEPTEMBER
20TH, 2009 AT 4:00
PM THERE WILL LBE
AN AUCTION HELD
. AT 187 NE 235TH
AVENUE, CROSS
CITY, FLORIDA 32628
FOR A 1995 TOYOTA
CAMRY.2 DR VIN#
4T1SK12C1S4568653


37

LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE OF ACTION
STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS


The Department of Corrections in-
tends to lease office space for use
as a probation and parole office at
25815 SE Hwy 19, Old Town, FL
32680.
Interested members of the public
may address questions or provide
input regarding the proposed lease
to Kim Gillespie, Government Oper-
ations Consultant II, Office of Com-
munity Corrections, Leasing Sec-
tion, Department of Corrections, at
(850) 410-3442 or
gillespie.kim@mail.dc.state.fl.us.
37


Dixie County Board of County
Commissioners is advertising for
the position of County Attorney.
The prospective candidate should
be in good standing with the Flori-
da Bar and have experience in
governmental law or transferrable
experience that will equip the ap-
plicant to represent the board and
administration in all legal matters.
Compensation commiserate with
experience and is negotiable.

Please submit resume and perti-
nent information to the Dixie Coun-
ty Board of County Commission-
ers, P 0 Box 2600, Cross City, FL
32628 no later than 5:00 p.m. on
September 10, 2009.

If you have questions, you may
contact Mike Cassidy, County
Manager at 352- 498-1426 or
Sylvia Ruth in the County Commis-
sioners Office at 352-498-1206.

36,37


THE SCHOOL BOARD OF DIXIE
COUNTY, FLORIDA

SCHOOL BOARD WORKSHOP--
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 15, 2009--
5:00 PM
.REGULAR BOARD MEETING--
SEPTEMBER 15, 2009--6:00 PM

LOCATION OF MEETING SCHOOL
BOARD MEETING FACILITY AT
328 SE 349 HIGHWAY, OLD
TOWN, FLORIDA


AGENDA
Call to Order, Invocation and Flag
Pledge

.I. APPROVAL OF AGENDA

II. PRESENTATIONS)
AND/OR SPECIAL RECOGNITION
A. Dixie County Health De-
partment (H1N1 Update)
B. Dixie Education Founda-
tion/Progress Energy
C. Rising Sunshine State
Scholar Awards
D. Finance Officer Retire-
ment

CITIZEN INPUT
Members of the public wishing to
address the Board must complete a
name card for the Board Secretary.
A. Irene Valentine
B: .'

III. INFORMATION AND AN-
NOUNCEMENTS FROM
SCHOOLS AND/OR DIVISIONS
A. * Instructional Services (K.
Baumer, Bray, Durham)
B. Support Service Division
(Lord)
C. Ruth Rains Middle.School
(B. Baumer)
D. Old Town Elementary
School (Tillis)
E. Anderson Elementary
School (Hurst)
F Dixie County High School
(Schofield)
G. Food Service (Fowler)
H. Finance Department
(Werner/Howell)
I. Superintendent, Board,
and Board Attorney

IV. REGULAR AGENDA
ITEMS OF BUSINESS INCLUDING
REGULAR AGENDA ADDITIONS,
AND ITEMS REMOVED FROM
CONSENT AGENDA AND PLACED
ON REGULAR AGENDA (will be
placed here)
A. October School Board
Meeting Date
B. School Board Attorney
Contract
C.

V. APPROVAL OF CON-
SENT AGENDA
A. Minutes
B. Personnel
C. Out of Field Instructional
Staff
D. Supplements
E. Final Budget Amendment
for 2008-2009
F. Annual Financial Report
G. Contracts and Agree-
ments
H. Title I School Improve-
ment Grant Application
I. Out of County Student
Transfer
J. Advertise for Updates/Re-
visions to School Board Policy
K. Substitutes for 2009-2010
School Year
L. Warrant Register
VI.. ADJOURN
37


THE SCHOOL BOARD OF DIXIE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
FINAL PUBLIC HEARING FOR
THE 2009-2010 BUDGET-- .
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15,
2009--5:45 PM
LOCATION OF MEETING:
SCHOOL BOARD MEETING
FACILITY AT HIGHWAY 349, OLD
TOWN, FL
AGENDA

Call to Order, Invocation and Flag
Pledge

I. APPROVAL OF AGEN-
DA ..c. .

II. Discussion of Percent-
age Increase in Millage over the
Rolled-back Rate. (T. Howell)

Ill. PUBLIC COMMENTS

IV. REGULAR AGENDA

A. Recommend approval of
Required Local Effort Millage Rate
of 5.412
B. Recommend approval of
Basic Discretionary Millage Rate
of 0.7480
C.- Recommend approval of
Capital Outlay Millage Rate of
1.500
D. Recommend re-ap-
proval of Discretionary Critical
Needs (Operating) of 0.2500
E. Recommend adoption of
Resolution Number 2010-09 - Mill-
age Levies for FY 2009-2010
F. Recommend approval of
2008-2009 District School Board
Budget, including 5-year District
Facilities Work Plan
G. Recommend adoption of
Resolution Number 2010-10 - Dis-
trict School Board Budget for Fis-
cal Year 2009-2010

V. ADJOURN

37


IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE 3rd JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DIXIE
COUNTY
Case #: 2009-CA-000108
OneWest Bank, FSB,
Plaintiff,
-vs.-
Dorothy M. Steele, Individually and
as Personal Representative of the
Estate of Robert B. Steele, De-
ceased; Unknown Heirs, Devisees,
Grantees, Assignees, Creditors,
Lienors and Trustees of Robert B.
Steele, Deceased, and all other
Persons Claiming By, Through, Un-.
der and Against the Named Defen-
dant(s); Ameriquest Mortgage Com-
pany; Unknown Parties in Posses-
sion #1; Unknown Parties in Pos-
session #2; If living, and all Un-
known 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, De-
visees, Grantees, or Other
Claimants
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF ACTION
FORECLOSURE PROCEEDINGS-
PROPERTY

TO:
Unknown Heirs, Devisees,
Grantees, Assignees, Creditors,
Lienors and Trustees of Robert B.
Steele, Deceased, and all other
Persons Claiming,By, Through, Un-
der and Against the Named Defen-
dant(s);; ADDRESS UNKNOWN
BUT WHOSE LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS IS: N/A .

Residence unknown, if living, in-
cluding any unknown spouse of the
sajd Defendants, if either has re-
married and if either or both of said
,Defendants are dead, their respec-
tive unknown heirs, devisees,
grantees, assignees, creditors,
lienors, and trustees, and all other
persons claiming by, through, under
or against the named Defendant(s);
and the aforementioned named De-
fendant(s) and such of the afore-
mentioned unknown Defendants
and such of the aforementioned un-
known Defendants as may be in-
fants, incompetents or otherwise
not sui juris.

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


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE,
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DIXIE COUNTY, FLORI-
DA CASE NO.15-2008-CA-000111

JPMORGAN CHASE BANK ON
BEHALF OF CIT HOME EQUITY
LOAN TRUST 2002-1,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
BRADLEY J. BURKHART
SR.A/K/A BRADLEY J.
BURKHART; UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF BRADLEY J. BURKHART SR.
A/K/A BRADLEY J. BURKHART;
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PAR-
. TIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
UNDER, AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL DE-
FENDANT(S) WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN
PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTER-
EST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, DE-
VISEES, GRANTEES,A.
THOMAS; UNKNOWN TENANT
#1 IN POSSESSION OF THE
SUBJECT PROPERTY; UN-
KNOWN TENANT #2 IN POSSES-
SION OF THE SUBJECT PROP-
ERTY; Defendants.

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE (Please publish in DIXIE
COUNTY ADVOCATE)

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to a Final Judgment of Fore-.
closure dated September 2, 2009,
and entered in Case No. 15-2008-
CA-000111, of-the Circuit Court of
the Third Judicial Circuit in and for
DIXIE County, Florida. JPMOR-
GAN CHASE BANK ON BEHALF
OF CIT HOME EQUITY LOAN
TRUST 2002-1, is Plaintiff and
BRADLEY J. BURKHART SR.
A/K/A BRADLEY J. BURKHART;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
BRADLEY J. BURKHART N/K/A
MARTHA S. BURKHART; UN-
KNOWN TENANT #1 IN POSSES-
SION OF THE SUBJECT PROP-
ERTY N/K/A CHRIS KELLER; AL-
TON CURTIS THOMPSON; JULIA
A. THOMPSON, are defendants. I
will sell to the highest and best bid-
der for cash at the SOUTH DOOR
of the Courthouse; 150 NE Cedar
Street, Cross City, at 11:00 a.m.,
on the 13th day of Oct, 2009, the
following described property as set
forth in said Final Judgment, to wit:

LOT 7, SHADOW OAKS, AC-
CORDING TO THE PLAT THERE-
OF RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK
1, PAGE 183 OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF DIXIE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. TOGETHER WITH
THAT CERTAIN 1989 SPRINGER
(S&S HOMES, INC.) DOUBLE
WIDE MOBILE HOME HAVING
VIN NO. GAFLJ34A10690SH, TI-
TLE NO. 46728444 AND VIN NO
GAFLJ34B10690SH, TITLE NO.
46728449 AND THAT CERTAIN
1963 MOBILE HOME HAVING VIN
NO. 153XCK7114.


follows:
ALL THAT CERTAIN LAND SITU-
ATE IN DIXIE COUNTY, FLORIDA
TO WIT:
BEGIN AT THE SE CORNER OF N
1/2 OF SECTION 11, TOWNSHIP
10 SOUTH, RANGE 13 EAST,
THENCE RUN SOUTH 89048'53"
WEST 41.3 FEET TO CENTER-
LINE OF S.R.#349, THENCE -
NORTH 1038'5" WEST ALONG
CENTERLINE OF S.R #349,
1319.27 FEET TO CENTERLINE
OF A PROPOSED 60 FOOT WIDE'
ROAD, THENCE WEST ALONG
SAID CENTERLINE 2775.0 FEET
TO CENTERLINE OF A NORTH /
SOUTH PROPOSED 50 FOOT
WIDE ROAD, THENCE SOUTH
ALONG CENTER OF SAID PRO-
POSED ROAD 663.81 FEET TO
THE POB, AND THE NORTHWEST
CORNER OF LOT #13, THENCE
CONTINUE SOUTH 30.42 FEET,
,THENCE SOUTH 89052'39" EAST,
660 FEET TO THE EAST LINE OF
LOT 13, THENCE NORTH ALONG
SAID EAST LINE 31.83 FEET TO
NORTHEAST CORNER OF LOT
13, THENCE WEST ALONG
NORTH LINE OF LOT 13, 660.0
FEET BACK TO POB CONTAIN-
ING 0.472 ACRES, MORE OR
LESS.

SUBJECT TO A 25' EASEMENT
ALONG THE WEST SIDE OF SAID
PROPERTY, SAII ACCESS EASE-.
MENT TO BE FREELY DEEDED
AND OR DEDICATED AS PUBLIC,
ROADWAY UPON REQUEST OF
DIXIE COUNTY, FLORIDA OR ITS
SUCCESSORS.

more commonly known as 445 ,
Northeast 197th Avenue, Old Town,
FL 32680.
This action has been filed against
you and you are required to serve a
copy of your written defense, if any,
upon SHAPIRO & FISHMAN, LLP,
Attorneys for Plaintiff, whose ad-
dress is 10004 N. Dale Mabry High-
way,'Suite 112, Tampa, FL 33618,
within thirty (30) days after the first.
publication of this notice and file the
original with the clerk of this Court
either before service on Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately there after;
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded
in the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and seal of this
Court on the _24- day of Au-
gust, 2009.
Dana D Johnson
Circuit and County Courts
By: Karen Leverett___
Deputy Clerk
36,37


IMPORTANT: In accordance with '
the Americans with Disabilities Act,
if you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceed-
ing, you are entitled, at no cost to
you, to provision of certain assis-
tance. Please contact the Court
Administrator at 214 NE 351 HWY,
SUITE M, CROSS CITY, FL
.32628. Phone No. 352-498-1200
within 2 working.days of your re-
ceipt of this notice or pleading.
Dated this 3rd day of' Sept., 2009.

DANA C. JOHNSON CLERK OF
THE CIRCUIT COURT BY KAREN
LEVERETT As Deputy Clerk

37,38


iN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DIXIE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION

CASE NO. 15-2009-CA-000019

WELLS FARGO BANK, NA
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO
WELLS FARGO HOME MORT-
GAGE, INC., PLAINTIFF VS.
ELIZABETH A. BASS, ET AL, DE-
FENDANT(S).

NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED
FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to an Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure .Sale dated Setpember
2, 2009 and entered in Case No 15-
2009-CA-00019 of .the Circuit COurt
of the THIRD Judicial Circuit in and
for DIXIE County, FLorida wehrein
WELLS FARGO BANk, NA
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO
WELLS FARGO HOME MORT-
GAGE, INC is the plaintiff and ELIZ-
ABETH A. BASS; JOHN A BASS
A/K/A JOHN AUSTIN BASS; FI-
NANCIAL PORTFOLIOS II, INC.;
ARE the Defendants, I will sell to
the highest and best bidder for cash
at NORTHWEST SIDE LOBBY OF
THE DIXIE COUNTY COURT-
HOUSE at 11:00 AM on the 6th day
of October, 2009, the following de-
scribed property as set forth in said
Final Judgment:

BEGINNING AT THE NORTHEAST
CORNER OF BLOCK 8 OF-
GAULDEN'S ADDITION TO THE
TOWN OF CROSS CITY, FLORIDA
AND THENCE RUN SOUTH ON
EAST LINE OF SAID BLOCK 8 A
DISTANCE OF 200 EET; THENCE
RUN WEST A DISTANCE OF
107.37 FEET (THIS POINT BEING
THE CENTER OF SAID BLOCK
FROM EAST TO WEST); THENCE
RUN NORTH ON CENTER OF
BLOCK LINE, A DISTANCE OF 200
FEET TO THE NORTH LINE OF
SAID BLOCK 8, THENCE RUN
EAST ON BLOCK LINE A DIS-
TANCE OF 107.37 FEET TO THE
NORTHEAST CORNER OF SAID
BLOCK 8, THE POINT OF BEGIN-
NING. THE ABOVE PROPERTY IS
ALSO DESCRIBED AS ALL OF
LOTS 7,8,9, AND 10 OF BLOCK 8,
GAULDEN'S ADDITION TO THE
TOWN OF CROSS CITY, FLORIDA

AK/A 206 WADE STREET, CROSS
.CITY FLORIDA 32628

Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any,
other than the property owner as of
the date of the Lis Pendens must
file a claim within sixty (60) days af-
ter teh sale.

WITNESS MY HAND and the seal
of this Court on September 2, 2009.

Dana D. Johnson, By: Karen Lev-
erett, Deputy Clerk
37,38


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

HARVEY SCHOMBRUN,
TRUSTEE,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JEFFREY E. CANNON a/k/a Jef-
frey

Edwin Cannon,

NOTICE OF SALE

Notice is hereby given that, pur-
suant to a Final Judgment of Fore-
closure entered in the above styled
cause, in the Circuit Court of Dixie
County, Florida, described as:

Lots 27 and 28, SUWANNEE
GARDENS SUBDIVISION, as per
Official Plat of Record in the Office
of the Clerk of Court of Dixie
County, Florida. TOGETHER WITH
that certain 1991 Westways sin-
glewide mobile home with VIN
GAFLM75A12476WE, TITLE
#61127406, located thereon. At
public sale, to the highest and best
bidder, for cash, near the entrance
to the Main Clerk's Office outside
the NW entrance of the Dixie
County Courthouse, 214 NE High-
way 351. Cross City, Florida, at
11:00 a.m. on the 13th day of Oc-
tober, 2009

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

Dated this 3rd day of September,
2009

DANA D. JOHNSON CLERK OF
COURT

KAREN LEVERETT
37,38

The Early Learning Coalition of the
Nature Coast will be facilitating the
Bi-Monthly Tri County Advisory
Council Meeting on Friday, Septem-
ber 11, 2009. The meeting will be-
gin at 9:30a.m. at the Coalition's
Chiefland Office located at 212 N.
Main Street, Chiefland, Fl. 32626.
Please contact Colition staff at t.
352-563-9939 or 352-490-5855 if
you have any questions. Public
participation is welcome ,

The Early Learning Coalition of the
Nature Coast, will be facilitating the
Citrus County Advisory Council Bi-
Monthly meeting on Monday,Sep-
tember 14, 2009 at the Coalition of-
fice located at 1560 N. Meadow-
crest Blvd, Crystal River, FL, begin-
ning at 9:00a.m. Public participa-�
tion is welcome. Please contact
Coalition staff at 352-563-9939 if
you have any questions.
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life, then autumn rounds out to be reflection. It's a time

of year when the leaves are down and the harvest is in

and the perennials are gone. Mother Earth just closed

up the drapes on another year and it's time

to reflect on what's come before.
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Obituaries and Faith


rDonald Paul Rogers

Paul Rogers, 36 of Brusly, LA passed away Sept 4, 2009
from injuries he received as a result of a motorcycle ac-
cident. Born in Gainesville he had been in LA for about
a year. He was a graduate of Williston Christian Acad-
emy He had a heavyweight title in kickboxing and en-
joyed Martial Arts. In Louisiana he worked refurbish-
i4ig oil rigs. He previously worked as a Levy County
Reserve Deputy and volunteer firefighter with
Chiefland Fire and then with the Williston Police Dept.
He was well known in this area as a country and west-
ern singer. He enjoyed deep sea fishing, love Labradors
and was a GATOR Fan. He was a loving Uncle, Son,
Brother, Friend who will be missed by all.

He is survived by his parents, Donald and Heather
Rogers of Chiefland, brothers, Dale (Rhonda) Towle of
Rhindlander, WI, Carl (Carmen) Rogers and Timothy
Rogers, both of Chiefland, and many nieces and,.
nephews. He is preceded in death by a sister, Elvina
Lucy Rogers.

Funeral Services will be Saturday, Sept 12, 2009 at 10:30
AM at Faith Baptist Tabernacle of Williston with Pas-
tors Richard Harding and Dale Towle officiating. Bur-
ial will follow the service at the Ellzey Cemetery Visita-
tion will be Friday, Sept 11 from 6:00 - 8:00 PM at the fu-
neral home. Arrangements are under the care, of Hiers-
Baxley Funeral Services, 1301 N. Young Blvd.,
Chiefland, FL 32626, 352-493-0050. On line condolences
maNy be sent through our website at www.hiers-
.baxle.ecom. . .


r Daisy Nell Krueger


Daisy Nell Krueger, age 81, passed away September 1, 2009
at her home in Old Town.

She moved to Dixie County in 1999 from Ohio where she
was a welder employed by AKRO Mills for 23 years. She
was a niember of the American Legion post #383 and.the
Fanning Springs Moose Lodge #325. She enjoyed her dogs
and collecting jewelry

She is survived by her husband'Walter E Krueger of Old
Town, her daughters; Christy Roberts of Cross City and
Candice.Whitesel of Nashua, MH; her son.Clifford
Krueger of Akron, OH; 3 grandchildren, 7 great grand-
children and her sister Narice Hay of Akron, OH.

Arrangements are under the care of Rick Gooding Funer-
al Home, Cross City, 352-498-5400.


r FIRST BAPTIST OF
STEINHATCHEE

Ok, young people and youth, make'
your plans now for going up to
Wild Adventures at Valdosta, Geor-
gia on Sat. Sept. 19th! If you are
under.10 yrs. old you must have a
parent to go with you on this fun
trip! Get your $20.00 in now. Call
Dana Brigalia for any questions!
Let's be in prayer for the entire
Gamble family in the loss of Don.
Please remember: "Our precious
memories are gifts from GOD that
death cannot ever destroy!" We are
keeping Wayne and Marcia Craig's
* family in our thoughts and daily
prayers! Also Frank Cooper, John
Hamilton, Jeremy Tucker, people
.with sinus problems, Bob Puckett,
Garrett England, Chris Holden,
and all those many families that
were touched by the 9-11 disaster!
Please fly your American Flags
high and proud as we honor those
that lost their lives on that eventful
day in September, eight years ago (
2001)! Just wear the red, white and
blue and fly it high now! This is the
land of the free......for now! Exer-
cise your freedom people!!! We have
Our men and women die-ing for us,
just like our dear JESUS! So what
are you doing about these sacri-
fices??? F
Ladies: do plan on a "Saturday
out" without the children, just
women and youth to go to Ho-
mosassa Springs! Kim Justice is
Pastor- Eric Justice's wife and she
plans all year. for this wonderful"
ladies- get- away!" It will be on Sat.
September 26th! Also ladies the
baby shower for Kristin Mitchell
will be Sept. 15th, beginning at 6:00
P .M.here at the church! She is reg-




Gospel Sing" at the Church
of Jesus Christ in Cross
City, FL. Saturday at 6pm
Sept 12th with Mother's
Prayer from Old TOwn, FL
The church is located in
Cross City, FL, on the
Horseshoe Beach Rd.

For more information call
352-498-2310 or 352-498-3440
Pastor Lester Osteen




AWANA

starts back at New

Prospect

Baptist


Church

this Sunday 6-8.


istered at Wal-mart! Kristin and b
Trey Are planning for a little baby
girl!
We had some wonderful singing
and music last Sunday! Bill Law-,
son from Jacksonville came and
blessed our soul with his steel gui-
tar and full background instru-
ments! We loved his performance
for all of us and for the LORD'S
glory! Bill is married to Gwen and
Richard Carmichael's sister Anne.
Bill is sooo richly blessed, for GOD
brought him through a difficult
stroke about a year ago! But praise
the LORD.....you would never know
he ever was affected!! He blessed
us for both services!! Also from
Gainesville were Richard and
Kathleen Acrey! She played that pi-
ano and they both sang those great
glory songs! Thank you folks for
spending the LORD'S Day with us!
Dixie Southerland, Harry Gatlin
and I, sang an old favorite:"Tour-
ing That City".
Did you remember to mark your
calendar also for the TCIBC Annu-
al Tent Meeting, held at Perry,
Sept. 14th-18th beginning a 7:00
P.M. Pastor Leon will be driving
the Pus, so come to the church and
go with us. There are bathroom fa-
cilities on the bus. GOD has a
blessing in store for you, but you
must reach up.... it is free for you
and me! JUST A THOUGHT: Let's
seek the LORD while HE may be
found, call upon Him while HE is
near.
Friends, I hope your heart will
hear my message! I truly hope
each of you will see JESUS
through me as I write these words
each week. Please pray for me each
day that GOD continues to show
me the way to give you a beautiful,
GOD filled day! Sandy Coleman


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


F rSteven Charles Walker- Donald Francis Gambeli


MR. STEPHEN CHARLES WALKER of Cross City passed
away Friday, September 4, 2009 at his home. He was 64.

Mr. Walker was born in Tarpon Springs, Florida on April
25, 1945. He moved to Dixie County in the early 1970's. He
was a commercial fisherman until the
early 1980's and then began serving
the citizens of Dixie County in 1
various law enforcement capaci-
ties both in the Cross City Po- _
lice Department and Dixie '
County Sheriffs office. He was
a member of the Florida Police
Officers Association, the Ma-
sonic Lodge and attended the
Suwanned River Baptist Church.

He is survived by sons, Stephen Al-
ton Walker and Jesse Colton Walker
both of Old Town; daughter, Michelle Macon of Kinston,
AL; brothers, Bobby Walker of Bronson, FL, Jerry Walker
of Boothville, LA arid Robin Walker of New Port Richey,
FL; 4 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. He is pre-
ceded in death by brothers, Henry and Marvin Walker.

Funeral services will be held Tuesday, September 8, 2009
at 3:00 PM at the Rick Gooding Funeral Home Chapel
with Rev. Bobby Lindsey officiating. Burial will follow at
Lee Cemetery in Old Town. A visitation will be held Mon-
day, Septembei 7, 2009 between the hours of 5 and 7 pm at
the funeral home; Arrangements have been placed under
the care of the Rick Gooding Funeral Home, Cross City,
Florida, 352-498-5400.,|


FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS

What a glorious day we had at Faith today. There was a
large crowd, lots of visitors and the Spirit was really mov-
ing among us. One person was saved and four baptisms.
God is still on the throne and working wonders at Faith. If
you missed the services today, you truly missed a blessing.
The special music was very special as Little Miss Kylie
Landrum sang "This Little Light of Mine" and did a great
job, then her grandmother, Chris Lord sang "When He Was
On the Cross, I Was On His Mind". We thank God for these
most talented families and the fact that they are willing to
use those talents for God.

We still have lots of folks out sick and we covet your
prayers for these. Also, pray for the lost. In the upcoming
weeks we will have more going for surgery and we need to
start now praying for those. God knows who they are and
will bless you for remembering them.

Wednesday night will be our regular monthly business
meeting. It is our duty as members to come out and help
take care of the business of God's church.

Don't forget to check the board in the back hallway to sign-
up for some job that God has equipped you to do. He will
truly bless you for taking an
office and being there faith-
fully to fill the spot you
agree to take. See you next
week. Until then, we pray
that God will richly blesg m E__
you and keep you safe, hap-
py and healthy


"The Third Jihad"
Radical Islam's Plan
For America

An eye opening documen-
tary of radical Islam's plan
to take over the Untied
States of America.-

Featuring interviews with
such-men 's Mayor of N.Y.
Rudy Giuliani, President
Clinton's CIA Director Jim
Woolsey, N.Y Police Com-
missioner' Ray Kelly, Sena-
tor Joe Lieberman and for-
mer Homeland Security
Secretary Tom Ridge. This
presentation is a must see
for all Americans. See
it,Sunday, Sept. 20th at 6:00
pm 6:00pm at the Light-
house Word Church, 2450
US Alt 27, Chiefland Fl..


C6ouniysidetChapel Pentecostal
Church
10093 NE 349 Hwy
Rev. Calvin Conner, Pastor
Old Town, FL 352-542-8831
Sunday Morning Worship 10:45Am
Evening 6PM, Wed. 9:45 Sun.School

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 will open, seek & you will find, ask & you will be
I given - life eternally.
Pastor - Royce Hanshew
(352) 542-7050


DEPUTY DONALD E GAMBEL of the Dixie County Sher-
iffs Department, "Mr. Don" passed away September 5,
2009 at his home with his family at his side. He was 69.

Mr. Gambel served in the United States Army Reserve.
He worked for 30 years at PCS as a leader man, working
on heavy equipment, before retiring in 2001. He also
worked as a reserve officer for the Suwannee County
Sheriffs office. After moving to Steinhatchee, from Live
Oak, in 2001 he became a deputy for the Dixie County
Sheriffs office. He was currently serving as bailiff.

Don attended the Steinhatchee United Methodist Church"
in Jena, Florida.

His greatest pleasure was family get-togethers and air
boating, fishing and jeep riding with his kids and grand
kids. He was the heart and soul of our family and will be
sorely missed. a
abiswA -isiodoo
He is survived by his wife of 50 years, Charlotte Gambel
of Steinhatchee; sons, Scott (Penny) Gambel of Live Oak,
Steve (Darlene) Gambel of Irvine, CA, and Seth (Dena)
Gambel of Lake City; daughter, Stacey (Jay) Etheridge of
Pensacola; Sister, Marilyn Schoenborn of Oldsmar, FL; 8
grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren.

A memorial service will be held Wednesday, September 9,
2009 at 2:00 PM at the Rick Gooding Funeral Home Chapel
with Rev. Glenda Brayman officiating.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the American
Cancer Society.

Arrangements have been placed under the care of the
5Rick Gooding Funeral Home, Cross City, Florida, 352-498-
5400.


r*


Genevieve Corcoran"


Genevieve Corcoran age 82 of Crystal River, FL passed
away on August 27, 2009. -.

She was born on August 3, 1927 in Blooming Grove, Penn-
sylvania to Walter and Lena Kleinhans. She worked as a
clerk for many years. She moved to Crystal River 5 years
ago from Hudson, FL. She was of the Christian faith. She
enjoyed traveling and was an avid reader. She also loved
to talk politics.

She is survived by her brother Douglas Kleinhans; sister's
Mable Berstel; Shirley Glisson; Mary DeLabar; Elanore
Fenstermacher; sister-in-law Shirley Kleinhans; and nu-
merous nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by both her parents; son
Thomas Corcoran and a brother John Kleinhans.

Arrangements are under the care of Knauff Funeral
Home-Chiefland.


New Prospect Baptist Church
us 19 - Between Cross City & Old Town
Jesus i1 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 0 Old Town
Food Pantry Open 8am -11 am, Mon - Thurs.
"Come Let Us Worship & Adcre Him"
Sunday Worship 9:30A
-Church School 11A
Wednesday Choir Practice 7P
Pastor - Rev. Carl Rainear
(352) 542-7954


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




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First Baptist Church of Steinhatchee Old Town Church of God Cross City Church of Christ
Riverside Drive * Steinhatchee Welcomes You To Come & Worshil With Us 5237 52 NE 147th St. (McArthur St.)
'Lighthouse On The Guir Sunday School - 10:OO0A Sunday Bible Study - 10:00 A
Sunday School - 10A Morning Worship - 11A Sunday Morning Worship - 11:OOA Morning Worship - 11:00 A
Evening Worship - 6P Sunday Evening Worship - 6:OOP Wednesday Evening Bible Study - 7:00 P
Wednesday Prayer Meeting - 7P - Awana 6:30 Wednesday Evening Worship - 7:OOP
Pastor - Leon Holden Pastor - Troy Hare
(352) 498-2108 (352) 542-8222

F Refuge Church of God Scrub Creek Baptist Church Cross City Church of God
P. 0. Box 1511, Cross City, FL 32628 Located 6 Miles East on CR 351 Kenneth Street - Cross City
Pastor Ruby L. Graham "A Friendly Church With A Welcome Spirit" "Proclaiming The.Full Gospel For All People"
-498-2892 Children's Church - 10:30A * Morning Worship 10:30A
352-498-2892 Bible Study - 9:45A * Worship Service - 11A Evening Worship - 6:30P
Bible Study Tues 7:30 Church Training - 6P - Evening Worship - 7P Wednesday Family Training Hour Adult & Teen Ministry,
Praise/Worship Thursday 7:30 Wednesday Prayer Meeting - 7P Boy's Brigade & Girl'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

First United Methodist Church Seventh-Day Adventist Church Cross City Pentecostal Holiness Church
- Cross City Cross City 100 Parker Street-G Cross City
22 NE 138th SCrossCy Cross City In the heat of Dixie Co., with Dixie Co. at Heartl,
Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors" "Welcomes You - Where Jesus is Lord" Sunday School - 10A Morning Worship - 11A
The People of The United Methodist Church ' c Yo - Whr Jeu is L S School - 10A
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

Faith Baptist Church
SGrow your congregation! CR 55A (Between Cross City & Old Town)
_ 'I",] ,: , . Grow your congregation!
!I .- '=' I,' -. "The Church With An Open Door'
ur c r-: 'c h i here Sunday School -9:45A Morning Worship 11A
S . . Your church can be here EveningWorship-7P
for $6.25 per week! Mid-Week Bible Study - Wednesday - 7P
- \, for $6.25 per week! Rev. Jackie Pettrey, Pastor
(352) 542-7103

Lydia Baptist Church Show proper respect tO First Assembly of God
2 Miles West of Cross City on US 19 Hwy 351 & Camp Two Rd. * Cross City
'A Church You Can Call Home" everyone: Love the brother- H 1 . C
Sunday-Morning Prayer 9:15A Sunday School 9:45A o Sunday School 10A O Morning Worship 11A
Morning Worship 11A- Evening Worship 7P hood of believers, fear God, Sunday Children's Church 11A
Wednesdayrayer Meeting 7P honor th kin Sunday Evening 7P* Wednesday Evening 7:30P
Bible Study, Mission Friends, RA's. GA's the king. Rev Marvin & Janice Parsley
Pastor- Wayne Allen 1 Peter 2:17 ' (352 49 iB3
(352) 498-5617 (352) 498-3366
Vc iralbb'ap'tist Church Holy Cross Catholic Mission [Ro 1 38] Let no debt remain
7391 NE 349 Hwy--Corner of 349N/351A Hwy 19 South of Cross Cityutstan ing, except the
Bruce Sullivan, Pastor, Mass- Sundays - 11.30 am outstanding, except the
Old Town: 542-2207 confessigns-Sundays 10:45 -11:15am continuing debt to love one
Old Town: 542CCD Every Wednesday 6:00- 7.15 pm
Sunday School 9:45AM: Church 11.00 am At St John the Evangelist in Chietland another, for he who loves his
Sunday night 6:00 P Disciploship Training 7:00 pm Svc Grades Pre-K thru High School
Wednesday night 5:30-8.00-AWANA fellOWman has fulfilled the law.
Wednesday Night 7:00 PM Bible Study Rnsary Every Tuesday - 3:00 p-n
Van Ministry Bro. Foy Cell 356-2294 (352) 493-9723


Acts 4:12


Matthew 10:32-33


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


2 Thessalonians
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Thursday September 10, 2009


Two Local Young

Men Installed as

officers in

Regional

DeMolay

On this past Saturday, Au-
gust 29, William Bierce and
Scott Elder were installed
as officers in the regional
DeMolay chapter (North
Central Florida Chapter).
The installation was per-
formed by officers of the
Florida State Chapter of De
Molay Scott was installed
as Junior Councilor and
Will was installed as Scribe.
Many family, friends, and
past DeMolay honored the
new officers by attending
the installation.
The Order of DeMolay is
the premier leadership -
training organization for
young men between the
ages of 1 and 21. It was
founded in 1919 in Kansas
City as a place for young
men to learn leadership and


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September 11
Williston
Away

September 18
PK Young
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Linda Lambert is still

fishing

Fishing all alone in Suwannee, while
Paul was up in Georgia selling his Dix-
ie Heat hot sauce I was blessed to
bring in this 32 lb. Drum fish!
That is as close to work as I have been
lately! So I guess you could say that I
did do at least 30 minutes of labor on
Labor Day 2009.


Haven Hospice hosts open house for

Tri-Counties Hospice Care Center


other skills that would be
useful to them as adults. It
is non-denominational,


however, one must believe
in a single supreme God to
accept the oath of member-
ship.
The DeMolay Code of
Ethics reads:
A DeMolay serves God.
A DeMolay honors all wom-
anhood.
A DeMolay loves and hon-
ors his parents.,
A DeMolay is honest.
A DeMolay is loyal to ideals
and friends.
A DeMolay practices honest
toil.
A DeMolay's word is as good
as his bond.
A DeMolay is courteous.
A DeMolay is at ALL times
a gentleman.
A DeMolay is a patriot in
peace as well as war.
A DeMolay is clean in mind
and body.
A DeMolay stands unswerv-
ingly for the public schools.
A DeMolay always bears the
reputation of a good and
law-abiding citizen.
A DeMolay by precept and
example must preserve the
high standards to which he
has pledged himself.
Link to Florida site
http://www.fldemolay.org/


DCHS VARSITY
109 FOOTBALL SCBEDULKE
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September 25
Trenton (District)
Home

October 2
Villages (District)
Away.

October 9
Hamilton County
(District)--Away

October 16
Wildwood (District)
Home


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October 23
Hilliard (District)
Away

October 30
Chief land (District)
Home

November 13
Newberry
(Homecoming)
Home

All Varsity ..';. :
at 7:30 p.m.
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Haven Hospice hosted an open house on Tues., Sept. 1, for representatives from the area
hospitals, long-term care facilities and nursing homes. Haven showcased the Tri-Counties
Hospice Care Center along with services to the community, including Haven's Healing
Hearts program and Transitions program. Approximately 50 people were in attendance at
this event.
The Advocate's own Brandi Barber won the door prize--a painting--and donated it back to
the Hospice room where her grandmother is staying.
The Advocate is starting a Christmas drive for Haven Hospice. If you are a crocheter, knit-
ter, or quilter, please take some time to make a shawl, blanket, or warm comfortable socks
for the patients at Hospice. Donations can be dropped off at the Advocate, Monday
through Friday. Thank you!


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