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Publication Date: October 15, 2009
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Mixed Verdict in Lander Trial.


J .V. Bears scalp Indians


Smokey visits Pack 24


Prescription -drug ares


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New signs at the Lower
Suwannee National
Wildlife Refuge denote ar-
eas that have been man-
aged with prescribed fire.
The signs are meant to en-
lighten visitors unfamiliar
with prescribed burning
. used to manage habitats for
growth of native plants and
reduction of fuels.




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m2009Dixie ounty Advcate


Long-time Suwannee Water
and Sewer430ard Attorney
Ray Earl Thomas appears to
be next in the bullseye after
the controversial effort to
replace Leenette IvicMillan
as County and School Board
attorney
Rookie Suwannee Watpr
and Sewer Board member
Talmadge Strickland inade
his first motion of his first
meeting on Monday opening
to fire Thomas. The potion
died without a second.
When asked by Suwannee
resident Sinoma Brown why
he made the motion, Strick-
land replied that he "was
not privy to the why but
would find out later.''


Strickland did not explain
the statement further.
The meeting was con-
tentious, and one speaker
asked that Tony Johns, cur-
rent manager, be fired. A
Board Member who had ap-
parently written a letter to
the Department of Environ-
mental Protection were
blamed for the DEP increas-
ing water operator stan-
dards. County Manager
Mike Cassidy spoke to the
Board, explaining that the
DEP will sometimes let
things slide for small com-
inunities but that the board
should not "be making trou-
ble." It was estimated that
the letter to DEP may have
cost the district $20,000.


, by John Kelley
The Dixie County Bears
took the Hamilton County
Trojans to the woodshed
Friday night, outscoring
them 42 to 6 on Trojan Se-
nior night. Not only did the
Bears play well on the field
but also received accolades
from the officials as well,
who told head coach Brett
Wilkerson the team was one
of the most well-behaved
teams they had seen all sea-
son. -
The Bears elected to kick
off, and started the night
holding the Trojans to four.
plays before firing up the
Bear offense and taking
complete control of the
game. In six plays, quarter-
back Kameron Keen worked
Ihe ball down field finally
giving it to Stephen Godbolt
for a quick touchdown.
Keen held the ball for Zack
Cassidy to make the extra
point which started the -
Bears into scoring over.
drive. The next score for the
Bears was set up from a
fumble recover by Brett
Ward at the three-minute
mark: Keen on a 45-yard
pass to Godbolt for an easy
catch to make the touch-
down and Cassidy vtith.the
boot for the PAT, 14-0 at the .
end of the first.
The Trojans tightened up in
the second quarter recover.


On Friday, October 9,
2009 a twelve-person Jury
found former County At-
torney Joseph Lander
guilty of 16 Felony
counts that mc1uded five
counts of mail fraud, and
elevelt counts of money
laundering.
The Jury found Ladder
not guilty as to one edunt,
Judge Stephan Mickle
threw out two counts, and
the jury deadlocked, which


~i'esulted in a mistrial being


.next I)1xie possession for a
six yard touchdown run.
The Zack attacked again,
giving the Beard a comfort-
able 21 to 6 lead.
See BEARS, page 4


ing a blocked punt turning
it into their only score of
the night. This was an-
swered promptly by the
Bears with Keen handing
off to Javonta Jones on the


children of the Odom's.
Ohristopher Odom consent-
ed to the search of his

- app
of methamphetamines
found th
ee o of@ e master
om
These iteyns included a jar
n tm o u5-

th eche reaction in-
At rested was
Christopher
omm O dm,
30 both of Cross
City. Christopher
Odom was
charged with
Manufacturing
Methampheta-
mine, Possession
of Listed Chemi-
cals and Child
Abuse. lie is cur-
rently being held
in the Dixie
County Jail on no
bond status.
Ladonna Odom
was charged with
Manufacturing
d e ent-
County Jail on a $100,000
bond.


,
by John Kelley
The JV team lived ui to a
rommi t made to Coach
w


Coach sked
promise to
beatkChi)efiand
unbeaten
record against
. the Indians in-
tact. The
promise was
"fulfilled
Thursday
when'the
Bears brought
the wood to
the Indians 36 to 6.
The Bears started the night
with the ball and scored late
in thq first quarter on a


hand off from quarterback


blocked a punt by the Indi-
ans, which was picked up by
De Marcus Paige. On the
first pladyequarte ack An-
o m


Bthe sle do to 0.
In the next series the
b th B sd se
and on the third
down I)akota Hunt
intercepts a
Chiefland pass. An-
derson on the sixth
play hands off to
Charlie Jones. Jones
sprints 40yards to
the end zone to score.
Montgomery finishes *
the drive with the conver-
sioh putting Dixie Colluty
ahead 22 to 0 at the half
See JR Bears, page 4


throtigh the Indian defense
for the conversion points
and the Bears had an eight
to nothing lead. During the
second quarter the Bears


In continuing with the 1
lengthy Undercover Opeta-
tion that has netted over
twenty arrests for the Sale
of a Controlled Substance.
Adam Futch, 19 of Cross
City sold and delivered Oxy-
codone, a pre-
scription med-
ication to a con-
fidential source
being utilized
by the Dixie
County Sher-
iff's Office.

I"i:h wa a a
booked into the
Dixie County
Jail on the charge of Sale of
a Controlled Substance, the
substance being Prescrip-
tion Medications. He is cut-
rently being held on a
$50,000 Bond.


Sheriff Hatcher said, "I
want to remind individuals
that the sale of prescription
medication to another with-
out a prescription is a
felony and the Sheriff's Of-
fice is aggressively pursu-
ing individt1-
als involved
in the sale,
trafficking
or delivery,
not only of
megal sub-
stance, but
the prescrip-
1 ae
devastating
and are
highly addictive."
If you have any information
concerning sale of illegal
drugs, you are asked to-con-
tact the Dixie County Sher-
iff'soffice-NarcoticsUnits
at 498-1230.


Smokey the Dec and his fr iend, Ranges Ty,
visited Cub Scout Pack 24 on Monday eveninR
to teach the boys about fire prevention.
Smokey gave all the kids a goodie bag filled
with educational materials, and Ranger.Ty
8HSwered questions about wildlife, fire, and
erosion.


Publishing News and events for DIlle county, Every Week, Without Fall, Since July 1, 1921
Thursday, Octob 5, 200
HOme Of the VV0rlds0nly Four Headed Swamp Cabbage vol. 87. No. 42 12 ages- 1 Sectil


Suwiannee Water & Sewer Board


Sweet Victor


ALL PUBLIC
SCHOOLS.WILL BE

CLOSED

FRIDAY OCTOBER
23rd
M DAYON OCTOBER
26th

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New Sig ns


eth
amphetamme ab
Busted Husband and
m..-
Cross City, Floriga Th? *
Dixie County Sheriffs Of-
fice, arrested two Ci-oss
City residents for anufac-

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s mffice

glary of Cross City Veneer.
During the

e Sheriff's
Office was uti-
lizing the
Cross City
Correctional
Institution's
K-9 Unit to at-
tempt to devel- .
op a track
leading from
the area of the
burglary The
stab-
that lead to the
home of the
Odom's, locat-
ed at 17672 SE

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Christopher Odom and his
wife, Ladonna Odom,'also
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many young people. Matt's
FFA program has been out-
standing and recognized
throughout the State as ex-
emplary This past summer
he suffered a debilitating
stroke and other health
complications which have
led to long term health care.
The care that Matt needs is
expensive and his
health insurance
not able to keep
up with the costs..


DEAR EDITOR:
I want to thank John Jenk-
ins and the Building and
Zoning Department for the
smooth way my permitting
process went recently
The improved service lately
is remarkable and greatly
appreciated.
Thanks again,
Elizabeth Locklear

MOVIE NIGHT.. is
Hcirseshoe Beach Library
Oct 22nd (ii) 7PM .
.
The movie is "Duplidity"
with Julia Roberts.

Popcorn and refreshments
Gill be served.

Conke andjoin us!


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by Kathy McKinney
ike so many people, I spent my weekend
ith the Gators in The Swam]i Well, not
'.' HAT Swamp. Or those Gators, for that mat-
. er. Sorry Angel, no Tebow here. o

spent my weekend at the Stephen Foster Park
in FargosGeorgia, in the Okefqnokee Swamp. Guess you
could call it "camping," since itivas a campgrolmd, ang
there was grilling involved, but spending the weekend in a
t wo-bedroom house with air conditioning, a bathroom, .
kitchen, and cable T.V just isn't camping in my book. Well,
there was no infer net, so I guess that qualifies as "roughing
it '

was it fun? Oh, heck yes. If you haven't been there, I highly
recommend it. The cottage slept eight people so it would be
perfect for a big family or a get-together. We could sit ork ot(r
porch, in rocking chairs (yes, those were provided, too) and
watch the deer walk around in the front yard.
Thei*e was a mama stfuirrel and her four ba- a
bies that. lived in a tree out by the grill who 'Campind
came by and begged every time I walked otit-
side. People were fishing. $'here was a play-
the mo
gi'ound for the kids, a museum, and fishing
for people who like td fish. The kayaking was
amazmg...my arms still hurt.


I sort of went into a panic, because about a mile paddle up-
current from camp, I realized that though I remembered the
sandwiches, water bottles, my paddle, my camera-in water-
proof bag, and my dive knife in case I got tangled in fishing
line or something, I forgot the ONE thing that you just DO
NOT forget when you're going into the swamp.-,That's right.
I forgot the bug spray

At that point, I pretty much figured I was doomed to become
the lunch of.every mosquito, sand gnat, and yellow fly in
south Georgia. I have been chased back to my truck by rabid
packs of mosquitoes more than once just trying to measure
a house oh the Steinhatchee River. I'm not scared of 6-foot
reptiles with gigantic teeth, but the thought of a single 1/4
inch yellow fly makes melook for somewhere to hide. Ifig-
ui*ed that in the swamp, I would be bug teast. Amazingly--
and I don't really belieire this myself--I didn't see any. Not
.
one bug bit me. With no bug spray, I spent the entire day in
the swamp and didn't get a single nibble. I don't know if it
was the time of year, or what, but if it was, early October is
THE time to go. No bugs. I still.don't be-
lieve it. It's almost like the miracle of the
s nature's way loaves and fishes, I swear.


Something else I didn't see that surprised
ss "* me was snakes. There were no snakes.
There were no frogs. I only saw onellorie
turtle sunning himself. There were no
arry racoons trying to steal my marshmallows.
No possums. No armadillos, It was sort of


All of you people who have Inotored boats
think that you know what it's like on the water. You don't
know jack until you've spent the day, crawling along at a ,
snail's pace in the swamp. I saw more gators than I've prob-
ably seen in my whole life, put together. It was cool--scary if
ypti're nervous around gators, I guess--btit they'd swim right
up to the kayak and sort of give you the stink eye. One five-
footer wouldn't get out of my way, and looked at me like,
"Hey, this is MY turf. Don't make me come over there and
show yop a ItEAL gator chomp." They showed no fear of us
in kayaks, but a motorboat a loilg way away would make
thein go swish and disappear under the water.,

I'm pretty good at gator-spotting, and after a while, I stopped
counting. There were just too thany. Most were swimming
along, or half-submerged in the water, with just eyeballs and
tail ridges visible. Some were sunning on the bank or on
fallen trees, showirig off their big happy smiles. (Am I the
only person who thinks that gators look like they're smil-
ing?) If I was a gator, I'd want to live in the Okefenokee. It
was gator heaven.


weird. I've never been camping without camp pests trying
to make off with the groceries. One time we were camping
at Manatee Springs when a cheeky armadillo climbed up on
the picnic table, in broad daylight, and stole the whole gro-
cery bag....marshmallows, coffee, and all. Liz chased him
down--he had the coffee!! Sadly, the marshmallows were
scattered all through the woods and were a total loss. On
this trip, though, we didn't even see a bear; although there
were signs on everything recommending that you avoid
them. A sign I particularly liked said, "Do not surround the
bears." Gee, no kidding. They needed a sign for that? -

The only even remotely pulse-pounding thing that happened
was when a fish jumped in the water and came down
against my.kayak. I nearly jumped out of my skin. I can
only imagine that my big ugly yellow rental kayak scared
the poor fish as bad as he scared me. Other than that, it was
a totally relaxing, pleasant weekend. If you're alistressed
out, turit off Sportscenter and Urban Meyer axid go spend a
weekend in the real swamp some the real gators. You'll be
glad you did.


- Just last week, I heard about it. The Saudis are a-fixin to
fall on hard times, and they want the rest of the world to
start seriding thent money because their revenues will be
diminishing if Western nations start cutting back on their
consumption of oil.

Immediately, I grabbed my checkbook, tore i1p the checks I
was going to send to the church, the NRA and the home for
unwed fathers, and I calculated the aggregate amount, dou-
bled it, and sent it to Saudi Arabia,110ping this modest con
tribution would stave off starvation in the streets at least'
untitI draw my next paycheck--and I certainly hope that
you did as well!

Yeah,.right. Buy that and I'll make you 4 great deal on my
Wachovia stock.

Can you imagine Saudi Arabia having the testicular forti-
tude to ask for international welfare? Who's next, George
Soros? Even Communist China would have a more valid re-
quest for a handout on the basis of millions of wretchedly
poor souls, but Saudi Arabia?
Mohammad S. Sabban, Saudi Arabia's delegate to the UN
conference that was pondering such matters, pointed out
that his nation depends heavily on oil exports because they
don't have much else to sell. And he's right. Camel mamire
and sand.aren't bringing a whole lot m the current austere
economy
.
It can be said m Saudi Arabia's favor that they are not be-
ing selfish in their demands for charity (1-om the industrial-
ized nations that consume their principal export. They are
also concerned about the well-being of the other oil-produc-
ing nations in their neighborhood. (Apparently, OPEC does
not have a reserve fund for assisting impoverished member
states.)

Again, I got to think ing, what about Iran? What do they
have to sell on the international market if the demand for
crude oil takes a dive? '1'hey're just getting started m the
nuclear weapons field, so how could they be expected to
keep tip with the big players, or even Not-th Korea?
Are we perhaps at fault because Saudi Arabia and the other
OPEC.countries are faced with the roppect of leaner
times? After all, we showed them how to drive pipes into
the earth and, if you pick the rigli pe and use enough
pipe, out comes some nasty-looki gooey black stuff that
can be sold to the Infidels, providmy th means for the Sau-
di Royal Family to afford opulent tylesi complete with
private jets and 100 foot yachts.
Perhaps the European countries could do a little something
to help. After all, they use OPEC oil too. And they have So-
cialistgovernmentsso they could educate the Saudis and
other oil-producing nations on the advantages of spreading
the wealth through Socialism. We couldn't do that because
we don't have that kind of government here in the United .
States. We might be in the process of getting it, but obvious-
ly we stm have a lot to learn about what Socialism has to of-
fer, so it would be awhile before we could qualify for train-
ing other countries.
I'm sure the Saudi Royal Family and the leaders of other
OPEC nations would be more than happy to share their
wealth with the working class folks, they just need someone
to convince them that it's the right thing to do. Unfortunate,
ly, I somehow dotxbt that the Europeans are going to step up
to the plate on this one, as they have proven to be more
adept at sitting on the bench.

So, who could we get? We need someone with extraordinary
persuasive power--someone cast in the mold of a true world
leader in his field. How about a Nobel Prize winner? Good
idea, don't you think?
Of course, we'll have to wait awhile, because this year's No-
bel Prize for economics hasn't been announced yet.


.I


LETTER TO THE EDITOR

On the is4ue of should Bob-
by Bowdezilretire? ommum


If is easy for the mostof us
to flapour wings and emote
when it comes to the gravity
of losirfg Ex-Attorney Gen-
rat Jim Smith, Hubert
1 itzell and myself, to name
a few. When it cofnes to
what I think, "We all hade
something tb offer."

It isiny understanding that
this decision has already
beeri thade aixd that Bobby
will step down at the end of
the 2()10 season. In this mat.
tar we would do well to re.
member that the "Eye of the
needle" gets pretty sniaR
when it comes to who is
worthy to speak. The most
of usare noirworthy of
drinking from the same dip-
per as this man of pur
times

RespectfuUy,
Lloyd Jones
FSU Graduate 1954


~ ~igb~t


.'I'he family of Matt Cravey :
would like to take this op-.
portu11ity to thank
the citizens in the tri-
county area for their
show of support this
past weekend. The
benefit BBQ was a
hugeuccess withe
over $16,000 raises
from contributions.
The benefit BBQ was
established by a cross
section of wonderful
community members and
businesses in the tri-county
and ive are grateful for the
unselfish, gerierous giving
of your time. .


Your donations
wm go a long way
in supporting
Matt and his fami
ly over the coming
days and we are
very appreciative ,
of your efforts. You can
continue to support Matt
through donations sent to
. Capital City Bank in.Cross
City May God blesk each of


As maily of-you know, Matt
has been a vety active com-
munity member, serving as
FF4 Advisor and Ag.
Teacher at Dixie County
High School and a mentor to


Sincerely,
Maureen, Michael, L.B.
i\Ticholas Chavey
Jake aild Mary Jo Crayey
Mary and BMy Shehane


/ //, ,


Today hundreds of people woke up and in unisolk saw Matt whole...remembered his walk
Haven before.this journey and came to light his way for him and his wife and his boys to continue
k Prong on this path...we Want to say, 'Thank You' for each thought about the event, for each trip, for
nter in every itezh, for every cook, server, for everyone who cleaned, who called about it, who print-
ed t(pkets, who delivered inealstivho bought meals, who explained what it was about, and
FL who told someone who didn't even know Matt, about him, fbr each respembrance that was
talked about, for every visitor today, yesterday, for all these months and for the f11ttire. }Ve
ber 24, know how hard you all worked an \ve felt your loye...today w.as a great day
I wasn't able to attend (Matt ate good today and even ate some of the meat LB brought back
m and Ayers prepared it for him "puree") but LB told Matt and I all about the awesome 16ve he
felt...other visitors did too. Amalia and Casey and the babies spent the evening with us
telling us all about it on the back porch as we all ate dinner together (Matt too!) ...as Matt
tion explained many times to me ...to "remember" is to bring all members back together ...that
258 happened at so many letrels today...I know "thank you" is only two words, but please let it
echo in your hearts and know it does in ours...we love you all.
will be Matt, Maureen and the boys
event


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tak unfak advantage oeadnty

fast trot he preceded to take
off with her and no amount
of whoa would he pay any
attention too. Right thru a
huge banana spider wed and
he left Brenda wearing the
web and the spider. Ugh! I'm
deeply ashamed to admit it
but I was laughing my head
off. Poor Brenda, and this
was supposed to be fun.

I took ty on1po Sis. I told

ets, lower her hands; which
are holding the reins in
front of her, pull back gently
on those reins and say whoa.
We turned around and.head-
ed back to the barn where
we had left Dave,

Brenda and I changed hors-
es. I would have thought
that Buddy would have been
od to Brenda because he's

thought I was taking care of
Sis but it appeared Buddy
was going to be a brat today.
After we made the change,
all was forgiven. Buddy was
happy with me and Gus was
happy with Brenda. It was a
good ride. It seemed that all
of the horsp and rider infor-
mat that tucked
aw ioneatly in renda's -
thoaqhts seemed to register
at6ast d she as having a

What a day we had! Laugh-
mg, and talking as sisters
do, doing something that we
both enjoyed. I was really
proud of little sister today I
erly look forward to
bq her on a trail ride
ringing il-r'd bud
with my a 1 ing -
dies.

My best "bud" these dayd is
Buddy. He seems to really
like me on his back. I guess
this partnership is just
meant to be.

Until next timp, happy trails
to u
yo


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By Bonnie W o"
.
I've been very busy this .
.week getting everything in
line for our 9th Annual
Breast Cancer AWareness
Trail Ride, which is the end
of this month on October
24th. It wm be held at
Goethe Tidewater Trail-

ead.c isea o y event to
molkies raised for this goes
to Stands Cancer Center
and wm help womeriin our
connitunity fight this dis-
ease.

This week I was not able to
go out on the trail and I sud-
denly discovered that I was
really missing it. My sister
Brenda Moyer, and I were
is1 Our MO 8

ou everythso m We ended
up talking about trail rid-
mg.
She mentioned to me that
she would really like to try
riding on our club trail.
rides. I certainly encour-
aged her to give us a try. As
she had hot been on a horse
in quite a few years, I asked
her to follow me home and
ri oneeof 17a e's horses.


Sometimes you can trail
ride on your own property It
can be a great trail ride too.
Especially looking thru the
eyes Of .SOmeOlie who has
not experienced that plea-
sure in a very long time.
- Most likely not since we s.
were kids at home.

My husband, Dave, saddled
Buddy for Brenda and I rode
Gus. We rode off together on
the back of our property I
let her lead at first to keep
an eye on her. Actually and
more to the point, I think
Buddy chose to lead. TheY
were off quickly and Gus
and I followed. Buddy knew
he had a novice rider on his
back and I do believe he


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ing for trespassing.
Lieutenafxt Brtuce Cooper
and Officer C1)ad Albritten
responded to complaint of
a dumped deer carcass on
private land. The landown-
er felt the big uck was
killed on his property the
m oe 5cal

the buck was shot with a ri-
He rather thad an arrow
which is in violation of the
burrerit archety;sdasozi
rules. OfficerAlbritton and
Lieutenant Cooper inter-
viewed suspects known to
hunt the area and located
one suspect's vehicle with
fresh blood and hair in the
bed of his truck. A subse-
quent interview of the sus-
pect cuhninated in a confes-
sion and the Ame of a sec-
ond poacher. An interview
of the second suspect re-
suIted in aWBlind confes-
siastand the s6iWF67 o
deer racks;ddr ine$t,17
mm rifle; andlone marl.lua-
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FWC nabs Taylor
County poachers
,
While patrollmg a manage-
ment area, Officer Randy
McDonald located a ground
blind which was batted be-


hunter enter the groulkd
blind with a bow and arrow.
The defendant was issued a
notice to appear citation for
placing food/ grain in a
management area.
Officer lyeonard Bailey re-
ceived Ecomplaint of tres-
passing andillegal taking of
deer. He met with the clim-
plainant and discovered
higher a deer had been shot
prior to his arrival and
drag marks lead to theMadja-
cent property. Officer Bai-
ley followed the drag marks
to a dwelling and saw 4
cleaning area where a 4eer
was cleaned that daM
investigation i*evealed gju-
venile harvestedardoe with
a .223 caliber rifle while.
trespassing. Officer Bailey
issued a notice to appear ti-
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Timber for feeding them before the home game
Thursday night. They would also like to thank Dixie
Quarterback Club members Doug Anderson, Mark
Hatch, Vernon Long, Donnie Palmer and Joe Wood for
feeding them after the game. Thanks for all of your
continued support!





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Football team would
like to thank
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County
Commissioners
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Higginbotham for
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County game .
Friday night.
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On Saturday October 10th, at the 8th annual F1VIBC Tri-
Cotmty Invitational Marching Band Festival, at Chiefland
High School, the Redcoat Regiment faced spotty rain along
with high temperatures, and put all they had worked on to
the test.
Performing there 2009 show "Phobias". Mr. William Garrett
lead your Dixie County Marching Band, onto thb Field of
Battle, and proved it's not the size of your band, it's the
show they put on that matters.
The Redcoat Regiment placed 4th overall. Scoring higher
than bigger bands, and while the heat affected many of the
bands, and brought there scores down from previous com-
petitions. Your Redcoat Regiment not only held there score,
but raised it by almost 4 full points in 1 week.
In addition the guard raised there score by a huge 14 points,
and the percussion walked away with'the top prize of
Grand Champions.
The Redcoat Regiment would like to thank the Dixie Coun-
ty Band Boosters. Buddy Schofield, and the Dixie County
School Board for all of there support.
For additional information on the Redcoat Regiment, or the
Dixie County Music Program in general please check:
www.dixiecountyband.com


THAME Yowl


year. We are five and one and three and
0 in the district. You have done a great
job."
Next week the Bears face the Wildwood
Wildcats. They
are coming to
Bear country .
with an unblem-
ished district
record and this is
the first year the
Bears have hosted


the Wildcats. Let's give them a big Dix-


From J.E Bears, pg 1
Second half action for the
Bears starts with the Bears
taking the ballifrom
Chiefland in four plays on
turnover and on second
down Anderson gives the
ball to Jones who scores. ?
Montgomery charges his


way into the end zone for the
conversion and the Bears
are ul;i by 30. The Bears
close out the third quarter
when Cody Mitchell inter-
cepts an Indian pass and
eases into the end zone for
six more Dixie points. The
Bears close the third, 36 to 0.


The Bears de-
fense held the
Indians score-
less until the
last seconds of
the game when
the Indians .
managed to
squeak into the
end zone to
score their only
points of the
night. The
night ended
with the Bears
having 36 to the
Indians 6.
Coach Bennett
credited the
win to the weeks practice, .
he gave the team an "A" for
effort, both defensively and
offensively He also said
"The running backs ran well
as did the offense, in fact the
whole team put forth a great
effort". Next up the JV team
travels to Trenton to tame
the Tigers. CO BEARS!

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Run Mike, Run!

With jtist seconds before the half the
Trojans are forced to punt. "Freight
Train" Mike West receives for the
Bears and he's off. Lumbering down
f1eld, dragging Trojans, building up
speed, legs like pistons for sixty long
yards into the end zone, oh my!, what a
punt return for Mike. Oficourse, Zak is
spot on for thbextra point, and the half
closes withethaBdai's slamming the
door on the adjans 28 to;6.
The s&cund hidH hawdEeen score with a
quartembaclokkelanniand an added extra
point by Gastityrat the eight minute.
point. The Bear& scored dgain three
minutes into-the last quarter on anoth-
er Keen ruti ini Cassidy ites the cake
and the Bears end the evening dancing
on the Hamilton turf 42 to 6.
Coach Wilkerson told the teatn that
they really stepped11p and showed the
most class this whole season in the
game against the Trojans. He said ''We
are maturing and doing the stuff we
are supposed to do to win with class,
but I am most of prdud of the way your
behavior has improved arid the way wp
have steppedlip from thelfirst of the






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Mr and Mrs. Steven Ray
Jenkins
request the honour of
your presence
at the marriage of their
daughter
Lynsey Erin
to
Mr. John Cleveland
Parrish
son of Mr. and Mrs.
Johnny Parrish ,
on Saturday, the
twenty-fourth of October
Two thousand and nine
at four o'clock
In the afternoon
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because you want to be
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others will make fun of you
if you don't go along with
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go along because you are cu.
rious to try something new
that your friends are doing.
The idea that "everyone's
doing it" can influence you
to leave your better judg-
ment, or common sense, be-
hind. Sometimes it is just
more fun to do something
that seems funny at the time
to get a laugh from your .
friends. You waht to be
liked, to be popular. .
The ability to resist nega-
tive peer pressure comes
from a combination of seK-
esteem, respect, and experi-
ence. Inner strength and
confidence can help you
stand firm, walk away, and
resist doing something
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gbod person, but y uare
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back-bone. Have some self.
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> You care more
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shame because nobody loves
you like your parents do.
Respect your parents. Don't
break their hearts.

> Don't put more
pressure on yourself. Don't
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Dixie District Schools
willbe ho ting
Parent/Teacher Conference
Night
Thursday October 22, 2009.
.
Teachers will be available to
meet with parents
from when school is
dismissed on that day through
7:45 PM
at
Anderson Elementary School
Old Town Elementary School
Ruth Rains Middle School
Dixie County High School
All parents are encouraged to
irisit their child's
school and confer with their
teacher.
SCHOOLS WILL BE CLOSED
FRIDAYOCTOBER23rd
MONDAY OCTOBER 26th

Bike Run for Pets

The Humane Society of
Levy County, Inc will be
o efia mth cc sroT
Levy County This Bike
Ruh will be held on Octo-
ber 31, 2009.with registra-
tion beginning at 8:30AM -
9:45AM at the Bronson
Youth League, 220 Picnic
St, Bronson, FL 82621. A
$10.00 donation is all it
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church youth groups or join
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they don't do it. Hang out
with a better class of peo-
ple, meaning people who
will lift you up and not tear
you down into a life of mis-
ery and drama. Negative in-
fluences wilikeep you from
doing the things you really
want to do. Go to church if
you want. Join karate or
any other group that will
help you improve yourself.
> You are not the only
one feeling this way. Teen
studies show that 90% do
not really like the way they
are made to feel by their
friends that they have to
wear a certain style of
clothes or behave with rude-
ness and attitude, but they
will do it anyway to fit in.

> You know you don't
like the negative peer pres-
sure. You are just afraid to
admit it. You are afraid of
not having certain friends if
you don't go along with
them. Use your inner
strength to be your own per-
son. You will be much hap-
pier.
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Fourth Degree Master In-
structor of Tang Soo Do. He
has won eight Tang SooDo
Championships and his stu-
dents have won over 15 -
South Eastern champi-
onships. He is judge at the
Police Athletic League Mar-
tialArts Tournaments in
Jacksonville, Fl. He also
teaches 5th Grade Science at
Anderson Elementary
School, 4 certified in Educa-
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Masters Degree in Elemen-
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' Represent ing RRILIS as Stu-
dent of the Month for Sep-
tember is: Adrianka .
Maxwell, Kilee Glidden,
Sonny Pierre, Justin Devlin.
Adrianka Maxwell was cho-
sen as the 6th grade Student
of the Month. She is the
daughter of Adrian and Er-
nan Maxwell of Old Town.
Adrianka is an excellent
role model for her peers.
Adrianka is well prepared
for class, always on time,
completes all her assign-
ments. At home her hobbies
include cheet'leading, read-
ing, and watching televi-
sion. Her favorite subject in
school is math. Congratula-
tions, Adrianka on being
chosen as the Student of the
Month!
Justin Devlin is a 6th grade
student at RRMS. He is the
son of Latonya Roberts and
Richard I)ev1in. His favorite
subject is reading. He works
hard in his classes and is re-
spectful and courteous to his
teachers and classmates. He
enjoys playing football,


The Log Cabin Quilters
met Thursday, October 8,
2009 at the Levy County
Quilt Museum. Lots of
quiltilig was done. Quilts
were brought m for show
and tell. Lois has finished
her quilt that will go to the
State Fair in February The
Quilting on it is something
to see.
We had visitors from
. Wmiston that had lunch .
with us and then we have
nice visits with them as one
was from Dade City and I


used to live near them.
Greg and six boys were
out Tuesday Mowing was
done, more flowerbeds
cleared, the room was
cleaned and every thing .
looks great. 'I'hanks Lan-
casgr.
Lunch was so great with
chicken and noodles, fresh
squash, fried eggplant, meat
balls in cream sauce, pea
salad, rutabaga, sweet pota-
to casserole, gi*een liedfis'
chocolate pie, corn bread,
cup cakes & much more.


Kilee G1idden has been
elected as our 7th grade 1
dent of the Month. She i
the daughter of Traci at
Michael Glidden. Kilee l
very polite and always
strives to do her best. Ki
enjoys playing soccer, ri
and rescuing horses. He
goals are to be on the -
Holior.Roll and to on ed
become a veterinarian.
gratulations, Kilee for b
selected Student of the
Month.

Sonny Pierre has been c
sen as the 8th grade sug
of the month. The son o
Marie Severe, Sonny is
tentive in class, respect
and conscientious about
completing his assignml
in all his classes. Away I
school, Sonny enjoys drd
ing and playing football.
Sonny wants to attend c
lege and become a priva
investigator. Congratuh
tions, Sonny !


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Welcome to another
evening of traditional blue-
grass and bluegrass gospel
music in Dixie County!
,
The Dixie County Historical
Society wn be hosting an
other evening of music for
your enjoyment on Oct 24th
at the Old Town Elementary
School Auditorium located
at SR. 349 and CR 55A. The
music wm start at 6pm and
wB finish when the music
stops! This month Big Cy-
press Bluegrass Band wm
be featuring the following
bands: -

Big Cypress Bluegrass: pro-


moving this event is Big Cy-
press Bluegrass, a hard dri-
ving traditional bluegrass.
group which features a
mix of musicians that give
the group a unique sound
with a touch of humor.

Mother's Praydr: A gospel
group with bluegrass flair
and an ability to touch your
. soul with their music and
invocation.
Old Time Way: A traditional
and gospel bluegrass group
featuring not only talented
. musicians, but incredible
harMonies. They are truly
an entertaining band.


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No. 4 will hold a Spaghetti
Dinner on Friday, October
',2 e Suw I 5:30
PM to 7:30 PM. The
spaghetti dinner wm in-
clude spaghetti with meat
sauce, salad, dmner roll,
beverage and dessert. The
price for the dinner is a do-
nation of $6.00. Music
while you are dining will
be provided by Big Cypress
Bluegrass. Tickets are
available from members of
Joppa Lodge No. 4, their -
Ladies or may be pur-
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DCHS School Advisory
The next meeting for the Dixie County High School .
Advisory Committee wB be on Tuesday, October 20, 2009
at 7:30 AM in the DCHS Library
We will be discussing the School Advisory Plan for school
year 2009-2010.
The committee will be meeting on the following dates this
school year:
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Tuesday November 17, 2009
Tuesday, January 19, 2010
Tuesday February 16, 2010
Tuesday, March 16, 2010
Tuesday, April 20, 2010
Tuesday, May 17, 20101


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pm. The hay ride will be at the Horse Arena across from the Trail Riders
01ub in Gross 01ty. The hey ride will be for all ages. There will be
refreshments and games. The cost will be $8:00 per ride.
The Hay ride is sponsored by some of the Senior Class Parents.


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Under Seige!

Cash For Clunkers Forces Dealers To Pay

Thousands More Than Trades Are Worth


Raulerson Honda is
moving to replenish
their shortage as soon
as possible making
nqw the perfect time to
.

With SO
many vehicleS
*
destroyed in
the Cash for
CluIlkers
progrant,
prices have
begun to rise
at the
SUCtiORS and
*
CVelyORC 15
. Searclung for a
way to 11
their lot and
e
keep their
priceS lOW." -
Jason Dillon, I.Tsed
Car Sales Manager

trade in your vehicle
for a newer model car,
truck or SUV from as
low as $3990, like a
2000 Toyota Corolla
Stk# 912714A1, plus
tax, tag and title. .
"With so many vehi-
cles destroyed in the
Cash for Clunkers pro-
gram, prices have
begun to rise at. the


Interested consumers should contact the dealer directly at 1-877-639-8148 '


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3rd Grade Clifton McE1-
roorMarisol Ga ianSkyli
Rudy Bruce, Nicolas
Lundy, Jeannie Greene,
Dani Sellers, Trace Cas-
sidy, Megan Sears
4th Grade Morgan Stem-
ple, Ernesto Nunez,
Derek Mega, Madison
Farmer, Misty Hall, Tyler
Butler, Skyler Lashley,
Nora Rouse,


qualify them to earn a Ro.
tary scholarship. Megan,
who plans to attend college,
gave her speech on "How
the Dixie County Music Pro-
gram Changed My Life." Ja-
cob, who plans to attend col-
lege, spoke on "King Tut:
The Golden Pharaoh of
Egypt."
,
The Dixie County Rotary
Club would like to thank the
students for their interest in
Rotary and their communi-


The Dixie County Rotary
Club Student Guests for the
month of September were
Megan Shaw, daughter of .
Nathaniel and Jerlyn
Colvin and Jacob Manos,
son of Charlie and Janet
Manos. The Rotary Club in-
vites senior students from
the Dixie County High
School to attend weekly
meetings and learn about
this community service or-
ganization. Af the October
7th meeting the students
gave a speech which will


Cody Withrow, Austen
Osteen. Heaven Navatto

5th Grade Jonhathon Ardil-
la, D.J. Rogers, Christopher
Kight, Jacob Gordon,
Matthew Shepard, Dalton
Wright, Christa Marchant


.' 2nd Grade Alarissa
. Ballard, Brittany
Strickland, 1\latt
Hatchel. Entre Ben-
*
nett, Trey Stanfield,
Hunter Michael,
Mable Moore, A.J.
oc oBa, ,k t,
Elisa Ortega, Trinity Sapp


FREE CHILDCARE
& SERVICES
HEAD STARTIEARLY HEAD
START
Birth to 5 years old & ser-
vices to pregnant women
Now accepting applications
for employed and unem-
ployed famous
Call today for an appoint-
ment Tamika Green 498-1603
You need to brmg
Picture ID, Child's birth
certificate, izinnunization
record, tand last 12 months of
family income.


Polk, IHailey Walker, Em-


let Annual Show Pig Sale

Creekside Farm Supply .
November 81 from 8:00 am until sold out
$176-$500 each
Pre-Sale, Oct 1 through Oct 51
$78 non-ref\mdable deposit to reserve a
spot in line
contact DeLeah Whittleld (568) 586-1190
tor details


auctions and everyone
is searching for a way
to fill their lot and keep
their prices low. We'd
rather give customers
up to $4,500 for their
trade-in than spend
more at the suction so
we can help out the
commumty too, said
Dillon.
While there is a
tremendous market for
your trkde m the local
area right now, this de-
mand is likely to be met
quickly. "Even with the
Cash for Clunkers re-
bate, a lot of folks
couldn't afford to.get a
brand new car," Dillon
said. "But we're offer-
mg up to just as much
as the government did,
without any restric-
tions on your current
vehicle. That's some-
thing that everyone is
gomg to want to take
advantage of.
Interested persons
looking to trade in their
late model vehicle
should contact Jason
Dillon, at Wade
Raulerson Honda's
used car lot at 3801
North Main Street,
Gainesville or by call-
ing 1-877-639-8148
today to take advan-
tage of the Cash For
Clunkers Buy Back
Event.


Gainesville, FL -
The. Government's
C;ARS or / Cash for
Clunkers program was
wildly successful. Con-
sumers traded in older,
gas guzzling vehicles
for new, safer; more
fuel efficienti models
with government re-
bates up to $4,500. As
new car sales soared,
hundreds of thousands
of would-be trade in
vehicles were de-
stroyed, causing Wade
Raulerson Honda at
3801 North Main
Street in: Gainesville to
offer up to $4,500 for
ariy trade.
"The supply ofvehi_
cles is extremely low
and demand is at an all
time high. The bulk of
our mventory comes
from trade-ins. Before
the Cash for Clunkers
progransit 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
Jason Dillon, Used Car
Sales Manager at Wade
Raulerson Honda.
The market is ripe for
trades of all types, from
late model Toyota,
Honda, Nissan and
Fords to luxury Mer-
cedes-Benz, BMW and
Lexus models. Wade


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Positive Referrals
Old Town Elementary
School has started sending
students to the office with
positive referrals. Students
may receive a positive refer-
ral for a variety of behav-
iors including: trying their
best in class, being an excel-
lent helper, or even being,
kind and courteous. Stu-
dents.arecongratulated for .
their outstanding behavior
and are allowed to choose a
small reward. The students
pictured have received a pos-
itive referral since the be-
ginning of school.
Kindergarten Rylan Lord,
Elste Bronson. Gabrielle
Weaver; Chase Rhodes, Allis-
sa Walden. Brian Em-


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DCHS Class of 65
ReunlOD

The Dixie County High
School Class of 1965 will
oab 1 ina :
s en in anon e
Springs
They have been unable to
locate two of their former
classmates. If you have any
knowledge of how to con
tact Helen Janet Strickland
or Carrie Elaine Weldon
(names at time of gradua-
tion), please contact Let
Hall at 886-864-6400. E-mail:
hallles@windstream.net-
Or Annie Hines Sims at 386-
462-0424. .E-mail: nannies .
ims@windstream.net.


Dixie County Health Department along with
the Doctors of Shamrock Veterinary Clinic

syber Rabies vaccingion $8.00
Held at the Shamrock Veterinary Clinic
647 SW 10th St-- Cross City on
352 -- 498 5293
Saturday 9 am -- 11 arn
of-'.;> th st
October 10th th & 31 2009


Suwannee Valley PlayerS
New Season continues
with Seven Year itch
The Suwannee Valley Play-d
ed 2009-2 son od e
Sev o r ch a comedy
duced by special arrange-
ment with Samuel French),
that was made famous when
1VIarilyn Monroe starred as
The Girl m the 1955 movie.
It runs again this weekend
the.16th through the 18th at
the Chief Theatre.
Richard Shermail (Andrew
Kelly) roams restlessly
around his empty apart-
ment, bemoaning the fact
that his wife of seven years,
and their son, have just left
for the summer. After nearly
dying when a gigantic
flower pot tumbles down
from an overhead balcony
he is suddenly reborn. He
invites the delectable doll
(Krystle Wimberly) who
lives on the floor above
down for drinks and an
evening of temptation. The
Right doesn't quite go the

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Council
Breakfast is now
being served
at the Senior Center at
357 SE 20rspavenue
For1nfo ce Mc 114 Johnson
498-2714

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Have you planned your Boat
Decorating Party yet? Gath-
er your friends and family
around for a fun day to deco-
rate your boat and enter it
Bin thePbea ifuloCM istmas
$20.00 to enter your boat.
We award some nice prizes
for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place
winners in small, medium
and large categories and
everyone is awarded a tro-
phy as well. The Boat Pa-
rade gets underway at 6:30
in the evening and if you
have never come out to see
it, you just don't know what
you missed. These folks
know how to put on a good
show!
We need sponsors to
help provide FREE elephant
and pony rides for the chil-
dren. YES we will have ele.
pants, ponies and other an-
imals from Two Tales Ranch
f e i t

it: Perhaps we call get hhn
to do one for us at the Festi
val, wouldn't that be great!
We are sellingraffle
tickets so someone will win
a beautiful hand carved
wooden bench with horses
carved on the back, donated
by Point of View Antiques,
a very nice guitar, donated
by Dixie Music Center, an
allTvooden rocking chair,.
donated by Toy for Tots, and
a really cute Christmay
cookie jar and salt/pe per
shaker set, donated by Janit
Thomas. The tickets are
$2,00 each or 3 for $5.00.
Winners for the Dticky race
and the raffle will be an-
nounced at 4(}00 PM. You do
not have to be present to
win
Gather the family
and come out so you can en-
joy the day and evening .
with us, you'll be glad you
ist pi t na$uxcek!
The Fanning Springs Cham-
ber wn meet at the 19/98
Grill at noon on Wednesday,
October21st, Please come
out and join us.
For more information you
can contact Velma at 352-
339-2248,


way he thought it would, as.
morality and guilt sneak
into his head. In his con-
science-literally following
him about the apartment-a
soul-struggle of heroic and
hilarious proportions en-
sues.
showsewill held a e
Chiefland. Tickets are $10
for adults and $8 for chil-
dren and seniors 65 years
old and older. Performances
are at 8:00 on Friday and
Saturday; and 2:30 for the
Sunday matinee.
Season tickets are now
available. Don't miss any of
the 2009 season. Attend all
five regularly scheduled
plays. Seven Year Itch tick-
ets and our season tickets,
which sale for $40. will he
on sale at the theater box of
fice 45 minutes before each
performance.
For more information con-
tact the theater at 352-493-
ARTS or email us at suwan-
neevalleyplayers@gmail.ca
m or check out our'web
page toww.soplayers.org .


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dessert". We ask the mem-
bers to bring a dessert to
share. The Auxiliary Urfit
will raffle the two tickets to
the Disney Park. Please
plan to attend. The member
ship meeting wm start
after the raffle
For GOD and COUNTRY
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der


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KS Bordetella $10
K9 Lynte]20
K9 Rattlesnake $26
K9 Heartworm test S22


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w/ Upper Respiratory
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The.Dixie County Advocate Thursday October 15, 2009


FANNING SPRINGS
CHAMBER PORK LUNCH
PLATES AND YARD SALE
The Fanning Springs Cham-
ber of C6mmerce invites
everyone to come out to the
Bear's Den Parking lot on
Friday October 23rd 9:00
am until??, for a fantastic
Yard Sale and Pork Plate
Junch. This area is located
at the corner of Highway19
and State Road 26 in Fan-
ning Springs.
The funds raised
with the yard sale and the
pork lunch plates will help
fund the 21st Annual Festi-
val of Lights and Christmas
Boat Parade. If you have
items you would like to do-
nate to the Chamber for the
Yard Sale, please give us a
call 9t28 468-9089, 214 26
picktTh rak Pleate e
lunch which \vill include
the meat, baked beans,
coleslaiv, roll and a surprise
side dish. The cost is only
$6.00 each and we will deliv-
er in the Trenton, Chiefland
and Old Town area starting
at 11:00 o'clock. Call any of
the above numbers to order
you dinners TODAY!
Dpn't forget to mark
you calendars for SaturdaE
December 12th to come out
and join us for another won-
derfulFestival of Lights and
Christmas Boat Parade.
This will be our 21stAnnual
event! We are busy getting
all of the great musical en-
tertainment time slots filled
along with Bruce the Jug-
gler/Unicyclist with his ani-
mal balloon twists. The
Cruising for Grins Gar Club
is busy getting commit-
ments for a good number of
those classic beauties to
as sMign a
. show off their handiwork
and help you with your
Christmas shopping, and
feed you while you shop as
well. The Suwannee River
Boat Club has started sell-
ing those cute Yellow Rub-
bet Ducks that wili berac-
ing down the river at 3:30
* that afternoon. The first 3
Winning duck owners re-
ceive a nice cash prize and
trophy


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OLD TOWN 352-542-7877


CHIEFIAND 352-490-7877


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FINANCING AVAILABLE


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


The Town of Cross City Police
Dept is accepting applications for
a full time Florida Certified Po-
lice Officer. Applications may be
picked up at City Hall in Cross
City. Any inquiries may be di-
o3 T f
Cross City is an Equal Opportu-
nity Employer.
41,42 .
.
ARRA-CSBG Program Coordma-
tor Office Location--LIVE OAK.
~ Responsible for supervision of
case managers, case records,
client assessments, care plans for
self-sufficiency clients in a ten .
comity area. Special Qualifica-
tions: Bondable, 4-yr degree in
Social Service or reacted field. 4
year Case Managenient/Job De-
velopment experience exchange
for education. 2 year supervisory
experience. Must have valid
Florida driver's license and valid
insurance. Must be a resident of
the SREC, inc. service area.
Submit Resume to: Suwannee
River Economic Council, Inc.
PO Box 70, Live Oak, FL
32064, 386-362-4115 Voice/TDD
Affirmative Action Employer
Deadline October 19, 2009.
12:00 pm (41,42) ,
.
ARRA-CSBG Case Manager
Dixie/Gilchrist County
Responsible for client case
records, client assessrilents,
case plans, and case Manage-
ment for low-income individ-.
uals. Special qualifications:
Bondable, 4-yr degree in So-
cial Service or related field, 2
year Case Management/Job
Development experience ex-
change for Aducation Must
have valid FLorida driver's li.
cense and valid insurance.
Must be a resident of the
SREC, Inc. service area. Sub-
mit Resume to: Suwannee
River Economic Council, Inc.
PO Box 70, Live Oak, FL
82064, 386-362-4115 Voice/TDD
Mfirmative Action Employer
Deadline October 19, 2009
12:00 pm (41,42)

MATH TUTORING Teacher
Needed. Call 352-246-5212


Jut You and I


STEINHATCHEE PLACE RE-
SORT: Furnished 1 and 2 bed-
room Condo's for Rent $550 to $750
& UTI .Inchided in price-Cable,
Internet, Local calls, Hot Tub.Call
352-498-7740 or 813-677-9640
UFN
3 BR 2 Bath 2 car garge front and
back porch. First and last month
rent 600.00 a month. No pets. Call
498-3795
3 BR House For Rent 375.00. Call
356-1332 or 498-4186
LOVE SUWANNEE
PROPERTIES & VACATION
RENTALS, LLC Gayle Lovelace ~
Broker & Property Management
352-542-8217
gaylelovelace@gmail.com
For all your Buying, Selling or
Rentals Needs. UFN
MH For Rent 2 BR 1Bath Roof
Over Central Heat And Air. Be-
tween Cross City And Old Town.
Call 542-3377 9r 578-4461
House For Rent 3 BR 2 Bath 2 Car
Garage. First And Last Month
Rent 600.00 A Month. NO Pets.
Call 352-498-3795 (40,41,42)
MH For Rent 3 BR 1Bath on 2
Acres Large Room On Back. Cen-
tral Heat And Air. 2 BR 1 Bath M.
2 BR 1Bath MH All Have Central
Heat And Air On 2 Acres. Be-
tCw enFoCrMsor oAn d7 rwn.
578-4461.


Player infeal good shap asking
4200.00 or OBO. 1992 Ford Pick
Up Truck High Miles great for
hunting or work truck asking
1500.00 or OBO. Pressure Washer
like new 2600 pci 2.5 gal. per min.
5 horse honda asking 500.00 or
b Cr 0%SCa 5-
6225
Truck for Sale. 1997 one ton (dual
rear wheels) Dodge Ram 3500,
Cummins Diesel, 4 Wheel Drive.
Original Owner. Has drop down
goose neck trailer ball and elec-
tric brake control. In addition
this truck has original Factory
Towing Package, Power Win-
doivs, Tachometer, Air Condi.
toning, Tilt Steering Wheel,
Cruise Control, Tinted Glass, In-
terval Wipers, Console, Center
Armrest, Bed Liver, CD Player.
217,000 miles. Engine runs good
but transmission seal leaks.
Transmission repair wB be
needed before it can be depended
on for transportation. Asking
$5,000.00. 352 222-5405.
African Gray Parrot Bird 800.00
W/ Cage. 600.00 W/Out. Call 498-
0268

Jeep 1980 CJ5, classic 4x4, runs
good, low miles $3,900 OBO (352)
ph: 498-8020 / e-mail:
info@codecheckers.com


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
g you clean k r

eem remo en eir
odors and give you pure clean
water. No more iron spots or
dingy clothes. Financing avail-
able with little or no money
down atid Tow payments. We
have systems for every budget
including buying or rentmg
your equipment. For all of your
water problems call your locar
WATTS dealer DAVID. B.
DOWNING (352) 356-0474 or (352)
498-2449. We service what we
sell! A member of the Florida
Quality Water.

Wm take care of elder person
in your home, anytime day
weekends or nights. Exper-
ence care taker. Have Refer-
ence. Please call 542-9807.


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 Tuesdby-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


ACROSS
1. "Cosmos" host
Carl
6. Flashy jewelry
informally
11. Worn-down

14. p like dirt
15. Choir's place
16. Chat room "I
believe"
17. Start of the
Constitution
19. Mavs' and Oays'
org.
20. Gorilla expert
Fossey
21. Flatt of bluegrass
23. Turned informer
27. Lechers' looks
28. Schlepped
29. Rowan Atkinson
character
32. Not so congenial
33. Lacy item
34. Hammarskjald of
the UN
37. Lens holders
38. Generic parrot
name
39. Sponge opening
40. LAX guesstimate
41. Flower part
42. Attach, as a
patch
43. Bad spot for a
bowling ball
45. Sunbather's

46. r i wn
48. Floral chain units
49. Chanty event'

51. Honeycomb
section
52. Boxer Laila
53. Hawaiian-bom
LPGA star
59. Kayo cotInt
60. Fix firmly
61. Decathlon part
62. Bard's before
63. Takes five


For rent newly remodel
oomeh1 O t5wn d.
d sit of 300.00. Carpo
C tral Air. 542 4333 or
ATTENTION RENTERS
The Northwest Florida
Housing Authority is ac
applications for 1,2,3, an
room apartments in Cro
Florida. Rent is based o
FB mo rn tn
Housing Opportunity
42,43



MH Trailer For Rent 2B
1 Arce. Nice Neighbor H
Wood Floors. Call 498-01
HOUSE FOR RENT
3 Br & 1 B House In Cro
City Limits)
Near Shopping, Schools
S
sd G age7icW epr,1
Lease Available $400 Mo
First & Last Months, $2
posit Call Jodi @ 352-498




look and
5.00 5s42-3Unms gre
94' Ford % ton LWB red
tires perfect condition 4
352-542-7677
1271 Alum.,John Boat W
er 9.9 Mercury.Motor,.L


BIG NEIGHBORHOOD
YARD SALE
More Families Stuff Added
New & Used
October 17 & 18, 24 & 25th
9am to 3pm Sat & Sun in
Suwannee off 349 South,
left at SE 256 then 2n
right on SE 252nd Street to
s
Tools, Fig Tackle'
Boats, Household Items,
Jewery, Appliances, TV'S,
Office Furniture & Sup-
plies, Computers, Printers,
Crafts, All kinds of stuff.


Yard Sale October 17 From
9:00 am Till 5:00 pm. 1077
NE 424 Ave.
Old Town Forest Hill Sub.

From bass boat, SeaDoo &
Gravely's to
crafts & misc. household
- items.
Sat 10/17 & Sun 10/18, 9 -
4
330 NE 791 St., Old Town
E.of 349, S.of NE 272 Ave.
(the flashing light, Purvis
Landing Rd.)
See the yellow signs




I-IOUSE KEEPERS NEEDED
LOVE HONEY DO's
CLEANING SERVICES
Licensed & Insured
*Call 352-542-8217 ~ **9AM 6PM
**Resume to
gaylelovelace@gmail.com
**REQUIREMENTS:*
B HoRO1UM eCH e
LICENSES,* *REFERENCES
**DEPENDABLE, OWN TRANs.
PORTATION*
40,41,42


10/11/200


American Prome Hometown Content
64. Cubicle items
.
DOWN
1. Ju band
ins rument
n
2. "The Simpsons

3. Brandd7nker'
reo branches
4. Bat wood
5. Provoking sort
6. Diner freebie
7. Disney's Simba or

8. bler of WWW
access
9. Dickens lass
10. Horace who
supposedly said
"Go west'.
11. Game.console
that detects
motion in 3-D
12. Earthy.tone
13. Tusked por ers


18. Like a storied
piper
22. Neptune's realm
23. Talia of Rocky
films
24. Quietly
understood .
25. Hardcore men's
publication
26. Soccer stadium
cries
29. Cavity site, often

.
journalist Nellie
33. loside scoop
35. Sprang up
36. Trait carriers
38. Teacher's
favorite
39. Potpie spheroids
41. Stanley (early
auto)


42. Aided the
carnival barker
44. World Baseball
Classic team
45. Ump's action
46. Lose intensity
47. Farm bundle
48. Monopoly stack
50. Frosty coat
51. Guiita virtuoso
.
54. Network with an

55. e oevel
56. Director Craven
57. Publicity,
informally
58. Sci-fi visitors


"
MATHEMATICS (Temporary,
ed mobile Th oell geS1p a repara-

0.uty tory mathematics; work with col_
rt and leagues for the advancement of
542-5417 departmental goals. Position is a
spring ferm appointment with
possible continuance based on
Regional enrollment needs. Master's de-
cepting gree in mathematics or Master's
d 4 bed- degree with minimum of 18
ss City graduate hours in course work
n income. centered on mathematics re-
1 spall "inesd c b e h h
online and distance learning
courses. Ability to work well
with others. Abilityto learn

1332 uom Msa ar-
R 2 Bath reach students. Ability to present
ood. 19ew information in a coherent man-
81 Her and the ability to fairly eval-
uate student retention of that in-
formation. College teaching exi
ss City(In experience and ability to teach col-
lege level and preparatory math-
, And o cse ei eBapleud
r' benefits. Application Deadline:
nthly_ 11/11/09 College application and
00 De- copies of transcripts required.
-2533 All foreign transcripts must be
submitted with a translation and
evaluation. Position details and
application availablemathe web
at: wwwlakecitycc.eduInquiries:
Human Resources Lake City
at ac, Community College 149 SE Col-
lege Place Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314 Fax: (386)
, new 754-4594 E-mail:
000.00 humanr@lakecityce.edu
LCCC is accredited by the
Southern Association of Col- ~
ith Trail- leges and Schools
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in Edu-
ow cation & Employment 42,44


o
498-4078

1988, 7150 custom, 4x4, 115k orig.
miles, Reg. Cab, Blk Extz, Re
Vinyl lnt., 5 speed, 6 cy1. engme,
Runs and drives great. $2,500,
Please call 352-578-4507 for more
Mo.
SonneBraune Wolff Tanning Bed
for sale, 24 bulb bed, older model,
very we11taken care of, commer-
cial system but only used in my
home. Has less that 100 hours on
bulbs. I never use this bed and
now need the space. Asking --
$900.00. Please call 352-578-4507
for more info
1989 Ford Pick Up Truck For Sale
WW Make A Good Hunting
Truck or Field Truck. Call 542-
2728
GUNS FOR SALE: Springfield 12
gauge pump $100. Barnett Com-
pound carno5cross w $200. Ney-

86 Ford Van W/ High Gralift For
Sale OBO, Custom Built Wheel
Chair For Men. 6 Feet 4, Reclin-
er.New 10,000.00. Asking 3500.00.
For Wheel Schooter Wheel Chail
For Out Door Use. 1500.00 Bed-
room Sweet xlong For Post Bed -
oh Meca h e ne
Lamp And Other House Hold,
Can See At The Yald Sale Octo-
ber 17. 1077 NE 424 Ave, Old


BANNER CENTER PROGRAM
SPECIALIST POSITION #.C99901
(Grant Funded) The Prograin
Dsthwass t tihedBanner
i nurpr um p .
Manages budgets. Plans and or-
ganizes special events, Coordi-
nates and oversees designated
programs and events. Mamtams
database of Banner Center stu~
dents and trainees and clients.
e hse p'o egr iRr m
an accredited university And two
years of supervisory experience.
Good working knowledge of Mi-
crosoft Word, Excel, Access. .
Must have valid State of Florida
driver's license prior to employ-
merit. SALARY: $ 31,937 annually
plus benefits Application dead-
lin 10/26/09 Persons interest-

plication, t and photo ps
of transcripts. All foreign tran-
scripts must be submitted with
official translation and evalua-
tion. Applications and full posi-
tion details are available on our
website www.1akecitycc.edu
9 11HgemPTac a ity,
FL 32025 Phone: (386) 754-4314
Fax: (386) 754-4594
E-mail: humanr@lakecitycc.edu
LCCC is accredited by the South-
ern Association of Colleges and
SchoolsVP/ADA/EA/EO College
in Education & Employment


COORDINATOR OF
GRANT MANAGEMENT
(GRANT FUNDED)
Design and implement par-
ticipant tracking measures.
Monitor grant program eval-
uation and compliance with
funding regulations. Help
produce program reports for
College administrators and
funding organizations. Bach-
elor's degree or higher plus 3
years of experience in pro-
gram management. Knowl-
edge of grant management;
data collection analysis and
reporting; program assess-
ment; word processing and
spreadsheet software re-
quired. Experience in grant-
fitnded programs within
higher education desired.
Salary: $37,500 annually plus
benefits.
Application Deadline:


10/27/09 College applica-
tion and transcripts re-
quired. All foreign tran-
scripts/degrees must be sub-
mitted with an official trans-
lation and evaluation. Posi-
tion details and apphcation
available on the web at:
HUwww.1akecityce.eduU
Inquiries: Human Resources
Lake City Community Col-
lege 149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025 Phone.
(386) 754-4314 Fax: (386) 754-
4594
E-mail: *
humanr@lakecitycc.edu
LCCC is accredited by the
Southern Association of Col-
leges and
SchoolsVP/ADA/EA/EO Col-
lege in Education & Employ-
ment

40,42


clhMs in CNA. Class be s Oc-
tober 19, 2009. Quest teaches
AHA CPR. Call 352-493-7330


;iliM 4errr ~ar


Thursday October 15, 2009


24 HEOUR SERVICE:


STUDENT OF THE WEEK




-











Levi Spivey s r. Taylor's newest w ite belt
student. He en oys the mat gymnastics and
wants to tell othys they should sign up for
karate too. It is so much fun and it makes
me feel good about myself." For class infor-
mation call 498-0048 or stop by the karate
school located two blocks behind the Dixie
th Cit Park
County Courthouse, next to e y .





The School Boarddof Dixie
County, a

SchooltoBboard W ks9top tuesday,

Tu dg St 2 d0M6 PM

Location of Meeting: S hooEB rd
Meeting Facility at 3
Highway, Old Town, Florida
AGENDA

Call to Order, Invocation an ag
Pledge
I. APPROVAL OF AGENDA

II. PRESENTATIONS)
AND/OR SPECIAL RECOGhN th I
A. Dixie County g
Health Occupation Students 9 0
America (HOSA) Presentation
B.
C.

CITIZEN INPUT
Members of the public wishing to
address the Board must complete as
name card for the Board Secretary. 2
A.
B.

III. INFORMATION AND AN-
NOUNCEMENTS FROM
SCHOOLS AND/OR DIVISIONS
A. Instructional Services (K.
Baumer, BSay, Dur ice Division
uppo
(Lord)
C. Ruth RaIns Middle School
(B. Baumer)
D. Old Town Elementary
School (Tillis)
E. Anderson Elementary
School (Huri e Coun Hi I
? 9
(Schofield) hit
G. Food Service (Fowler) a
H. Finance (Howell) 3
I. Superintendent, Board,
and Board Attomey

I EMS OFR SU S GNECNLDUADING
REGULAR AGENDA ADDITIONS,
AND ITEMS REMOVED FROM
CONSENT AGENDA AND PLACED
ON REGULAR AGENDA (will be
placed here)
A. Mowing Contracts
B.

- V. APPROVAL OF CON-
SENT AGENDA
A. Minutes
B. Personnel O
C. Out of Field Instructional


_ _


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

CASE NO: 15-2008-CA-000105

WELLS FARGO BANK, NA, SUC-
CESSOR BY MERGER TO
WELLS FARGO HOME MORT-
GAGE, INC., PLAINTIFF, VS,
MAX C. HORN, ET. AL., DEFEN-
DANT(S)
NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED
FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to an Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated October
6th, 2009 and entered in Case No.
15-2008-CA-000105 of the Circuit
Court of the THIRD Judicial Circuit
In and for DIXIE County, FLorida
wherein WELLS FARGO BANK,
NA SUCCESSOR BY MERGER
TO WELLS FARGO HOME
MORTGAGE, INC., is the plaintiff
and and MAX C. HORN: CATH-
LEEN R. HORN: SUNSTATE FED-
ERAL CREDIT UNION; are the
Defendants, I will sell to the high-
est and best bidder for cash at
NORTHWEST SIDE LOBBY OF
THE DIXIE COUNTY CiURT-
HOUSE at 11:00 AM on the 3rd
Day of November, 2009, the fol-
lowing described property as set
forth in said Final Judgment:

LOT 35, HOLLY HAMMOCK SUB-
DIVISION, AS PER THE OFFICIAL
PI.AT THEREOF ON FILE AND
OF RECORD IN PLAT BOOK 1,
130, PUBLIC RECORDS OF DIX-
IE COUNTY, FLORIDA. A/K/A 85
NE 617TH STREET, OLD TOWN,
FLORIDA 32680

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
rn ea claim within sixty (60)
d r the sale.

WITNESS MY HAND and the seal
of this Court of October 6th, 2009.

Dana D. Johnsod, Clerk of the Cir-
cult Court

By: Karen Leverett, Deputy Clerk
F08071410

42,43


IN THE COUNTY COURT FOR
DIX1E COUNTY, FLORIDA

CASE NO. 2009-42-CC

JOHN SELLER AND JOYCE E.
SELLER, PLAINTIFFS,
VS
FRANK MACKEY, DEFENDANT
.
NOTICE OF SALE

Notice is hereby given that, pur-
suant to the Order of Final Judge-
ment entered in this cause, in the
County Court of Dixie County,
Florida, I will sell the property situ-
ated in Dixie County, Florida de- .
ascribed as:

Lot 50; McCrabb Subdivision, as
per the official plat thereof pn file
and of record in the Office of the
CLerk of the Circuit Court Iri Plat
Bodk 1, Page 182, Public Records
of Dixie County, Florida

At public sale, to the highest and
best bidder, for cash, at the Dixie
County Courthouse, 214 NE High.
way 351, Cross CIty, FlorIda at
11:00 AM on the 3rd day of No-
vember, 2009.

Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any,
other than the property owner as
must file a claim within 60 days af-
ter the side.

Dana Johnson, Clerk of the County
Court, by-
Christine Kight, Deputy Clerk.
* 41,42

The Early Learning Coalition of
. .
the Nature Coast Administra-
tive Committee, representing
Citrus, Dixie, Gilchrist, Levy
and Sumter Counties, is
scheduled to meet on
WEDNESDAY, November 4,
2009 at 9:00a.m., at the Early
Learning Coalition of the Na-
ture Coast main office, 1560 N.
Meadowcrest Blvd, Crystal
River, FL. 34429. Please con-
tact Coalition staff at 352-563-
9939, extension 253 if you
have any questions. Public
participation is welcome.

42


Staff .
D. Supplements
E. Contracts and Agree-
ments
0 : atn (F. 'School improvement
PlanS
G. Title I Parent involvement
Plan
H. School Advisory Council I
Membership
I. Grant Application
J. Out of County Student
Transfers
K District Property
L. Substitutes for 2009-2010
School Year
M. Warrant Register
spaGhottlisalad, mil, and drink N. Safe and Drug Free
Schopis, 2008-2009 Annual Evalu-
h & -
School, located 2 blocks & & a)tlon Bid Award

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At the Karate

for the big Kar
Proceeds benefit the KarateCompetillon Team.
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FISH FR Y BENE F IT

tO help send these three boys to the

Domthican Republic to represent

DIXie COUhty On a baseball team.,

&@10: Mullet, Swamp Cabbage, Baked Beans, Hushpuppies,

Dessert, & Sweet Tea

When: Thursday, October 22, 2009

Time: 4:30 7:30 pm

Where: LICHS Cafeteria

COst: $6.00



FIomentede Calces will be available for

chde

Please come out and support these boys.!!


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

CASE NO. 2009-CA-54

WELLS FARGO BANK, NA, AS
TRUSTEE FOR THE REGISTERED
HOLDERS OF RENAISSANCE
HOME EQUITY LOAN ASSET-
BACKED CERTIFICATES SERIES
2004-3, PLAINTIFF, VS.

ANN MARIE WRIGHT, AND UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF ANN MARIE
'WRIGHT, DEFENDANTS.

NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO
CHAPTER 45

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to a Summary Final Judgmdnt
of Foreclosure dated October 7, ,
2009 and entered in Case No.
2009-CA-54 of the Circuit Court of
the 3rd Judicial CircuIt In and for
DIxie County, FLorida, wehreIn
Wells Fargo Bank, NA as Trustee
for the regIstered holders of Renais-
sance Home Equity Loan Asset-
Backed Certificates Series 2004-3,
Is Plalntiff and Ann Made Wright;
and Unknowrj Spouse of Ann Marie
Wright, are Defendants, I will sell t
the highest and best bidder for cas
at the Northwest entrance of the
DIxie County Courthouse located at
214 NE Highway 351, Cross CIty,
FL 32628 at 11:00 o'clock AM on
the 10th day of November 2009, the
following described property as set
forth In said Summary Final Judg-
ment, to wit:
LOT 27, OLD TOWN OAKS, ac-
cording to the plat thereof filed in
Plat Book 1, Page 223, of the Public
Records of Dixie COunty, FLorida. .
TOGETHER WITH the 1993 SKYL
D/W mobile home, ID
#47620582AE and BE located
thereon. Street Address: 154 NE
508th Street, Old Town, FL

and all fixtures and personal proper-
ty located therein or thereon, which
are included as securIty in Plaintiffs
mortgage.

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

Dated at Cross City, Dixie County,
Florida this 7th day of October,
2009.
Dana Johnson, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, By: Karen Leverett, Deputy \
Clerk
42,43


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR DIXIE COUNTY, FLORIDA

CASE NO. 154008-CA-149

COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS
SERVICING, L.P., PLAINTIFF, VS.
LEONARD THOMAS HART; UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF LEONARD
THOMAS HART; JAMES D.
HEDRICK, and any unknown heirs.
devisees, grantees, creditors, and
other unknown persons or unknown
spouses claiming by, through and
under any of the above-named De-
fendants, Defendants.

AMENDED NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE is hereby given that the
undersigned Clerk of the CIrcuit
Court of Dixie County, FLorida wil
on the 3rd day of November, 2009,
at 11:00 AM pt the Northwest door
of the Dixie County Courthouse in
Cross City, FLorida, offer for sale
and sell at public outcry to the high-
est and best bidder for cash, the foR
lowing-described property situate in
Dixie County, Florida:

.LOT 8, BLOCK D, KING WOOD-
LANDS SUBDIVISION, as per plat
thereof, recorded in Plat Book 1.
Page 175, of the Public Records of
Dixie County,.Florida.

pursuant to the Final Judgment en-
tered in a case pending in said
Court, the style of which is indicated
above.

Any person or entity claiming an in-
terest in the surplus, if any, resulting
from the foreclosure sale, other than
the property owner as of the date of
the Lis Pendens, must file a clalm
on same with the Clerk of Court
within 60 days after the foreclosure
sale-

WITNESS my hand and official seal
of said Court this 30th day of Sep-
tember, 2009.

in accordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act persons need-
ing a special accommodation to par..
ticipate in this proceeding should
contact Marvin Brannin, 352-498-
1246, Voice, 1-800-955-8771 TDD .
or FLorida Relay Service at 800-
955-8770.

Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dana D.
Johnson, By Karen Leverett, Deputy
Clerk 41,42


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR DIX-
IE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 2009-CP-54

IN RE: ESTATE OF GERALDINE
SINNOTT CROSBY, DECEASED-

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The admInIstration ofthe Estate of
GERALDINE SINNOTT CROSBY,
Deceased, whose date of death
was May 30, 2009; File Number
2009-CP-54, is pending in the Cir-
alit Court for Dixie County, FLorida.
Probate Division, the address of .
which Is PO Box 1206, Cross City,
FL 32628. The names and ad-
dresses of the personal representa-
tive and the personal represente-
tive's attorney are set forth below.

All creditors of the Decedent and
other persons having claims or de-
mands against Decedent's estate,
gavithom a copy of this notice is re-
quirqd to be served, must flie their
caims with this court WITHIN THE
OF3 MONTHS AFTER THE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30
DA AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS NO-
TICE ON THEM.

AI(other creditors of the Decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against deepdent's estate
must filq their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBL)CA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE. .

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

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

The date of first publication of this
notice is October 8, 2009.

GREGORY V. BEAUCHAMP, PA
Attorney for Personal Representa-
tive, PO Box 1129, Chiefland, FL
32644
PATRICIA SINNOTT PEREZ, Per-
sonal Representative, 4519 Captiva
Lane, Bradenton, FL 34203
41,42


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF T
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DIXIE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
18
CASE NO.09-191-CA

FIDELITY BANK OF FLORIDA '
NA, PLAINTIFF VS.
GARY L. CLARK, ET.AL, DEFE
DANTS '

NOTICE OF ACTION .

TO GARY L. CLARK and any u
known spouse, heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors, and other u
known persons claiming by
through and under GARY L-
CLARK and such of the aforem
toned unknown Defendants as
may be infants, incompetents o
otherwise sui juris..
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS 37 S
989 Street, Old Town, FL 32680
YOU ARE.HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action against you seek
to foreclose a security agreement
on the following real property lo
ed in Dixie County, to wit:
See Exhibit "A" attached hereto
has been filed against you and
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to
on MICHAEL M. STOREY,,Atto
pt Law, PO Box 541709, Merritt


tXHIBIT "A"


A TRACT OF LAND IN SECTIONS 20 AND 29, TOWNSHIP 10 SOUTH, RANGE 14 EAST,
DIX1E COUNTY, FLORIDA, BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS,.
BEGIN AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF SECTION 29, TOWNSHIP 10 SOUTH, RANGE 14
EAST, DIX1E COUNTY, FLORlpA FOR A POINT OF BEGINNING, THENCE RUN SOUTH 00" 58'
20" WEST ALONG THE WEST LINE OF SAID SECTION 29, 636.00 FEET TO A CONCRETE
MONUMENT, THENCE RUN SOUTH 89* Of 40" EAST ALONG THE NORTH BOUNDARY LINE
OF DIXIE COUNTY PUBLIC PARK 459.15 FEET TO THE EAST EDGE OF A CANAL, THENCE
RUN ALONG SAID CANAI THE FOLLOWING COURSES NORTH 07* 59' 55" WEST 128.25
N- FEET, THENCE NORTH 02' 26' 36" WEST 12614 FEET, THENCE NORTH 13 52' 14" WEST'
130.03 FEET, THENCE NORTH 05* 49' 31" EAST 100.09 FEET, THENCE SOUTH 73* 36' 30" .
EAST 284.90 FEET, THENCE NORTH 00' 26' 57" EAST 105.80 FEET, THENCE NORTH 69" 26'
12" WEST 150.02 FEET, THENCE NORTH 54" 44' 32" WEST 64.63 FEET, THENCE NORTH 20*
14' 07" EAST 34.63 EET, THENCE SOUTH 83' 25' 20" EAST 177.14 FEET, THENCE SOUTH 45"
35' 26" EAST 72.50 FEET TO THE WEST.BANK OF THE SUWANNEE RIVER, THENCE ALONG
SAID WEST BANK NORTH 29* 20' 17" WEST 214.40 FEET TO THE SOUTH RIGHT OF WAY
n- LINE OF U.S. HIGHWAY # 19. THENCE ALONG SAID RIGHT OF WAY LINE NORTH 88' 24' 40"
WECT 340.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF A CURVE TO THE SOUTHWEST HAVING A DELTA
n- ANGLE OF 08'24' 36" A RADIUS OF 1886.86 FEET, THENCE RUN ALONG SAID CURVE AN
ARC DISTANCE OF 27(9.96 FEET TO THE WEST LINE OF SECTION 20, TOWNSHIP 10 SOUTH'
RANGE 14 EASTTHENCE RUN SOUTH ALONG SAID WEST LINE SOUTH 00' 59' 20" WEST
95.74 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.


land, FL 32954-1709 and file the
original with the Clerk of the above
styled Court within 30 days after
the first publication, otherwise a
Judgment may be Antered against
you for the relief demanded in the
Complaint.
Persons with a disability are enti-
tiddt nb cost to them, the provi-
sion of obtain assistance. Please
contact ADA coordinator, jacquette
Bradley, PO Box 1569, Lake City,
FL32056, 386-719-7428, within 2


working days of your receipt of this
notice. If you are heanng im-
paired, 800-955-8771, voice im-
paired, 800-955-8771.

WITNESS my hand and seal of the
Court on this 2nd day of October
2009.

Dana D. Johnson, Clerk of the Cir-.
cuit Court,
By Karen Leverett, Deputy.
42,43


Regular Meeting- Dixie County
Courthouse
Commission Meeting Room
October.15, 2009 6:00 PM
The Dixie County Board of County Com-
missioners will meet on Thursday, Octo-
ber 15, 2009, 6:00 PM irt a regular meet
ing in the County Commissioners Meet-
ing Room, in the Dixie County Court-
I use, Cross Ci%, Florida.
2. .Invocation and Pledge to the
American Flag
3. Approval of Commission Min
ular Meeting of October 1, 200g
PUBLIC HEARING: THE PUBLIC
HEARING MAY BE CONTINUED TO
ONE OR MORE FUTURE DATES. ANY
INTERESTED PARTY IS ADVISED
THAT THE DATE, TIME, AND PLACE
OF ANY CONTINUATION OF THE PUB
LIC HEARING SHALL BE ANNOUNCED
DURING THE PUBLIC HEARING AND
THAT NO FURTHER NOTICE CON-
U.


CORNING THE MATTERS WILL BE
PUBLISHED. -
E: Fair TuG arge Roberts
5. PaulivIcKain
6. Theresa Schefstad
liE; Property in Suwannee
7. Bailey Bishop and Lane,
. nty Engineers
8. Joe Rathe Solid Waste Coor-
Moqquito Control DIrector
vi Officer Jerry Prater, Veterans Ser-
1 Big Bend Water Authority
11 Jack SpIvey, Bullding and
- ing
Ing John Jenkins, Building and
13. Howard Reed, County Road
Superintendent
14. Tim Alexander, Emergency
Services DIrector
15. Mike CassIdy, County Man-
ager
- 16., Jennifer Ellison, County At-
torney
17. Dana D. Johnson, Clerk of
Court


18. County Commission items
19. Vouchers Approved
.EASE BE SED that if a person
decided to appeal any decision made by
the Board with respect to any matter
considered at such meeting or hearings,
he/ she will need a record of the pro-
ceedings, and for such purpose, he/ she
will need to ensure that a verbatIm
record of the proceedings is made,
n rpdo doebstthhe I oa
based.
"Persons with disabilities requesting rea-
sonable accommodations to participate
this proceed ng a contacM3 )
Relay Service at (800) 955-8771."
The Board meets the first Thursday of
each month at 10:00 AM and the third .
Thursday of each mdnth at 6!00 PM. In-
dividualsthat would Ilke to be placed on
the agenda should call Dana D, John-
son, Clerk of Court, by 4:00 PM on Fri-
clay Preceding the Board meeting, at
(352) 498-1200.
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Karen Ann Snyder, 56 of Chiefland died Oct. 5, 2009 at her
home. Born in Beckley, WV she had been in Chiefland for
4 years. She had worked for the City of Maitland as a re-
ceptionist and meter reader.
She is survived by her daughters, Andrea Snyder of
Chiefland, and Laurie Roberts of Casselberry, FL, sister
,Sherry Vittozzi of Orlando, FL and brother, Keith Huff-
man of Atlanta, GA., and her grandchildren; Kali MorrE,
Nathan IVIcFann, Jacob Nelson, Peyton Nelson, all of
Chiefland, and Christina;Roberts, Jonathan Roberts,
Thomas Roberts, and Nikki Saylor, all of Casselberry, FL.

Memorial Services wm beaSaturday, Oct, 10, 2009 at 4:00
PM at Hiers-Baxley Funerd Service in Chiefland, with
Reb. Kent Zimmermann offletating.
emico
Arrangements are imder t e Ef Hiers-Baxley Funer-
al Services, 1301 N. Young 4., Chiefland, FL 32626, 352-
493-0050. On line condolences inay be sent through our
website at wwwhiers-baxley.coni.
seco


*

E Eloisel Blair


Mrs. Eloise T. Blair, age 70, died on Friday, October.9, in
GainesvUe, FL.

Eloise was born on Februay 14, 1939, the daughter of the
late Johnny Tuten and Sarah Jane Bass Tuten. She moved
from Cross City back to Madisoli in 2001. She was a book-
keeper for NAPA m Cross City, FL. She loved to sew, quilt
and cook. She was a member of the New Home Baptist
Church, Madison FL.

She is survived by her husband, whh she married on Feb-
ruary 28, 1959, James A. Blair. Two daughters, Vicki
Garter Of Cross City, FL. and Donna Blair of Gainesville'
FL. A nephew Jonnie Ralph "John" Tuten, Jr. of Madison'
FL. and a great nephew John Cloe Tuten. 3 grandchil-
dren, Cory Carter, USMC, Lacie Carter of GracevUe, FL.
and I ali Carter of Cross City. In addition to her parents'
she 1 predeceased by a bother, Jonnie Ralph "Bunch'
Tuten.

Funeral Services will be Tuesday, October 13 at 10:00 AM
at Beggs Funral Home Madison Chapel, Madison, FL.
Burial wE be in San Pedro Cemetery, Madison, FL. The
family will receive friends at Beggs Chapel on Monday,
October 12 from 6 to 8 PM.


FAITH BAPTIST
November 1st will be our
CHURCH NEWS Homecoming at Faith. Bro.
Tom Ward wm be bringing
We nderfid day in m 1 he y an
the day. If
you Sunday night through
mt missed aservise you ue sdayH Specialm

. Lots of .events are coming beud e b Theu
up in the months of October heard this yo come o
and November at Faith. Oc- and listen t ot and I'm
tober'13th we will be host-
the second night.of the sure you'11receive a bless-
Mual Lafayette Baptist As- g. c Ith -e-
sociationalmeeting. The af- hmrs will be in concert be-
ternoon session will begin at 10:30 AM
at 4:00 PM and supper wE gmumg
be served at 6:00 PM. The Remember to pray for the
evening service wm begin ones who are stW sick, the
ones who are in the hospi-
October 24th wm be our an- tals and the fam es ewho
nual Fall Festival and this o ee e to m.for
year it will In combined the lost pray
with Freedom Fest. Come
out and have a wonderful We want to welcome our vis-
time in.thqseSall festivities. itors and let them know how

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"Welcome To God a House Wan't You Come on In"
Sunday Sthool 10A* Moming Worship ~ 11A
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WednesdayBibleStudy-7P
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US 19* Between Cross City & Old Town Suwannae Lumber Road* Omes City
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(352) 498-3711 (382) 498-3023


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"Ughthous On The GuW Sunday School 10:00A Sunday Bible Study- 1090 A
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. P.0. Box 1511, Cross City, FL 32628 I located 6 MIles East on CR351 Kenneth Street~ Omas City
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3152-498-2892 Bible Stud1- 9 48A* Worship Solvlce 11A Children's ChuE :3W hMom6 Worship 10:30A
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22 NE 138th St Cross CIty Crose City In the Hea o o th CCo at Heard
pm H aods T)Oe nM nd ntDmum "Welcomes You Where Jesus is Lord" Sunday School 10A* Moming Worship- 11A
Sabbath School 9:40A* Idoming Worship 11A Chlidlen's Chumh -Ages 3-7
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Wednesday -Adult Choir 7:30P Wed. FamlIy NIght -7 00 ** Youthquake & Kid's Club
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2 Miles West of Cmas City on US 19 Hwy 351 & Camp PNo Rd.* Cross City
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are singing in the choir and
tive part of our church


We were then blessed with
beautiful singing by April
Kight, Amie St. Laurent,
Tracy Groom, and Kelly
Brannin as they sang, "I
Will Adore You". After-
wards, Amie and April sang
a gorgeous song that re-
minded us, "The more I seek
You, the more I find You.
The more I find You, the
more 11ove You."

Honestly, the singing would
have been blessing enough
but our blessing had only be-
gun. Brother BBy intro-
duced Brother Dwayne
Kight and said he had a tes-
timony, a message and an al-
tar call. IIi his testimonM
Brother Dwayne said he liad
learned, "The more I'm wm-
ing to do, the more He gives
me to do." That fit with the
song we had just heard,
don't you think?

Brother Dwayne shared he
had accepted Jesus origmal-
ly because he wanted to
please someone else but it
was 12 years later before he
really came to know Jesus
as Lord and Savior. Even
then, he went through the
motions and did not live for
Jesus. He said, "I was a
good person, not a liar, not a
drug user or a drug dealer
not a thief, a good person,
but headed to hell. He said
he had a friend and "in him,
I saw Jesus; through him, I
saw Jesus- in his words, I
saw Jesus; m his actions, I
saw Jesus. He said this

ensd s ed him good
when he was about to lose
his family Dwayne shared
that Doug Cobb is the friend
that Jesus sent to him who
made him understand how
much he needed Jesus.

Brother Dwayne spoke fr
Adts 9:1-18 and said that 3
as the Lord brought Saul
down to the point he lis-
tened, he said he was lead to
. listen when he almost lost
osrinath sH e ome


a new creature in Christ
when we truly come tq know
Him. He spoke about Philip-
pians 4:19 "My God shall
supply all your needs," and
reminded us that Paul wrote
this while in jail: In Deut.
6:6, "Love the Lord your.God
with all your heart; your
mind," Dwayne asked, "Can
you say you do?" You could
truly feel the presence of the
Holy Spirit in the church.
The altar was filled when
the call was given after
Dwayne pleaded "Don't put
God in a box...don't box God
in; Share God with others.
The Lord wants us to spread
His Loye, His message.
Don't put a time limit on
God."

Wow. You \vould have
thought that was blessing
enough. But no, after that,
Brother Kenny and Sister
Tena Morris, who were bap-
tized last week, shared a
very moving testimony.
Even though Kenny was laid
off from his job over two
years ago, a job in which he
made over $100,000. per year
he said, he and Tena have
been blessed and they have
never done without for one


day. Tena said that they are
more blessed.now that they
depeild on God than when
Kenny made lots of money
Tena's grandmother, Sister
Mary Ingram, joined them
at the front and all three
joined our church. Praise
God!

We had our first run
through for our Christmas
play Sunday afternoon with
Brother Pat Berry directing
the show. We have to add
music but it should come to-
gether to be a great show to
glorify God. Awana's and
our adult Bible Study were
well attended.


In Sunday night's service
Brother BUy sppke from
Genesis 12;1-3 and reminded
us that God expects us to be
Obedient to His calling. We
welcome y6u to join us at
New Prospect Baptist
Church to be obedient in
serving Jesus Christ as
Lord.

--Charlotte C. Lord


Frang for 13 years. Then
came back to Chatta, Ten-
nessee serving as Director
of Advancement! They go all
over the world to share
.GOD'S Word! We all shared
an abundance of different
.kmds of de- o-11 ci-ous food
and desserts! Thank you
rp pth d hdes to

s O do ya wanta go for an
exciting night out??,Come
join us on Oct. 23, at 6:00 p.m.
for 9 pot luck dinner. We will
r thep leave the church in
groups of 4 for scavenger
hunt! Patty and Garry Lamb
says to bring a flashlight,
digital cameras and $2:00!
W4ar some old comfortable
shoes too! How-a-bout
you chall.....are ya enge .
yet?? Come ]om the fun! Are
you and your family church
shopping? Remember ...we
are always open! Let's jour-
sS y oee-
man


Qld Town United.Methodist Church
US 19 Old Tbwn
Food Pantry Open 8am -11am, Mon Thurs.
"Come Let Us Worship & Adore Him"
SundayWoraNp9:30A
ChurchSchoo111A
Pastor- Rev. Carl Rainear
(352) 542-7954


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Thlusday October 15, 2000 Q


New Prospect Baptist
Church NeWS


It was an exciting week to be
in fellowship at New
Prospect Baptist.Church.
On Wednesday night, Broth-
er Billy was unable to attend
as he had some tests run in
Gainesville. We praise the
Lord that he got a good re-
port on those tests but
please continue to remem.
ber him and Sister Penny in
your prayers. After song
service lead by Brother Jody
Mayo with Sister Diane
Downing on piano and Sis-
ter Jesilyn Beckham on
drums, Wednesday night's
message was delivered by
Brother Andy Chesser from
1 Corinthians 9:19-27. We are
Ao blessed to have young
men step up for the Lord
when asked to do so and
Brother Andy was eager to
share God's Word. He had
heard Coach Urban Myer
speak on this Scripture and
felt the Lord leading him to
share the message with us
about how to survive the
"What ifs" in life. He
stressed that you need to be
in supreme physical condi-
tion, in the right state of
emotions, to be right mental-
ly, but the most important is
to be in the right state spiri-
tually with God. Paul was
willing to stick to the cause
because the cause was
greater than he was. Our
love for each other shows
our love for God.

Sunday morning in Sunday
School we continued our

st2in M about Jesus
truth. He calls us as Chris-
tians to fight for right, for
God's was not the world's
way. We are to make peace
whenever possible but our
commitment to Jesus wm
mevitably put us at odds
with the world in which we
must stand strong for Christ
and the truth. In Mark
12:13-17 we talked about sup-
porting our government but
that worship belongs to God

in d2 e e
heart, and with all thy soul,
and with all thy mind, and
with all thy strength," and
that we are to love our
neighbors as ourselves. Fi-
- nally, in Mark 12:38-40 we
discussed those leaders who
are for show and take ad-
vantage of others. Jesus
warned to beware of the
scribes who were more con-

corn tahbeou drawmg at
were about serving Ad or
helping others. .

If you missed Sunday morn-
mg worship service at New
Prospect you truly missed a
blessing! First, we recog-
nized and praised God for
John and Shannon MedderS
and their three beautiful
daughters, Kelley, Lexi, and
Heidi. Sauna Clark sang
and Mrs. Wanda Berry pre-
sented roses to each in cele-
bration of the first anniver-
sary of their adoption. John
and Shannon brought three
shy little girls home only
one year ago an now ey


Karen Ann Snyder


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FIRST BAPTIST OF
STEINHATCHEE

What a great day we had
at our 79th Homecoming last
Sunday! First Baptist was
started by Pastor J.A. Walls
in 1930. Praise the LORD for
the ye o teri is
this community. First: we
wiat da videes w th the
events last year! It was great
to see the people we love, at
h appy times, eating, laugh-
ing and sharing these friend-
ships of iffe! Thank you to
all our great photographers!
It was an emotional time to
re-live these precious mento-
ries! We had some interest;
ing testimonies shared from
folks that have been here a
long time. It was wonderful
hearing about these pdst
inemories!.Beginning was
o 200e9 Kding and Qukeen:
ady
(here 67 yrs.) Jeremy
a Mitchell (raised in this
church) Silvia Gaston in
1947, Janice Morrow ( 68yr ),
Mary Kate and Fred
Mitchell had 4 generations
in church (64 yrs), Mitch
Mitchell (62 yrs), Kenny
Morrow (25 yrs) Bob Puckett
(16 yrs.) Margaret Ross (56
yrs) Gwen Carmichael (39
yrs.) Carolyn Mitchell since
1976, Mike Blakely (5 yrs),
Tonya Morrow, Tina Murphy
from'"Crimson Flow" in Per.
ry, Amy Reed (6 yrs) and
191arc Cr ( 2 )
Singi g "I'aiRath sHave JE-
SUS" was Mitch
Mitchell.The group "Crim-
son Flow" really blessed us
with m son s of love
praise, worship and going to
our Heavenly home! Judge
Buddy and Tina Murphy's
gospel group are always a
3 as theOD t ugh
song! Preaching the service
was Pastor Allen Lord from
International Board of JeW-
ish Missions! Serving with
h' is his wife Elaine. They
e called to serve in Paris,


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stand that not everyone will
be a candidate for the first
doses. The health depart-
ment will be following Cen-
ters for Disease Control
guidelines for administra-
tion of the vaccine to the
public. The first doses
known as LAlV (Live At ten-
uated Intranasal Vaccine)
doses will be available to:
healthy individuals who are
caregivers of Infants less
than six (6) months of age.
healthy health care workers
and emergency medical per-
sonnel under 50 years of.
age and healthy children
ages two (2) to four (4) years,
old.

Individuals with the follow- -
ing health condit ions are .
not a candidate for the live '
vaccine:
*Cancer
*Blood Disorders
*Chronic Lung
Disease(Asthma. COPD.
Emphyzema)
*Diabetes
*Heart Disease(not includ-
ing hypertension)
*Kidney Disorders
*Liver Disorders
*Neurological Disorders
*Neuromuscular Disorders
*Weakened Immune sys-
tems(due to medications,
HIV, etc)
The health department ex-
pects to receive its first dos-
es of Inactivated vaccine in
the coming weeks. When
the inaclivated vaccines are
available the health depart-
ment will provide more in-
formation through the me-
dia, the schools and other
avenues to Inform parents
and the public on how to re-
ceive the vaccine.

Due to the success of the re-
cent seasonal flu vaccine
clinic, the health depart-
ment decided to move for-
ward with scheduled ap-
pointments for the H1N1
vaccine. The goal is to move
patients quickly through
the clinic on an appoint-
ment basis to minimize the
wait time and provide effi-
cient delivery of the vac-
cine. For those who do not
wish to make an appoint-
ment there will be walk-in
slots available.


From LANDER, pg 1 pae o h uy rvn lsaltl rsue:


Dixie County H1N1
Vaccinations Start
October 17, 2009

CROSS CITY: The Dixie
County Health Department
announced today that it re.
ceived its first small ship.
ment (300 doses) of HIN1
vaccinee and wB hold the
first immunization clinic by
appointment for eligible in-
dividuals on Saturday; Octo.
ber 17, 2009. Please note that
this first shipment of vac-
cine is appropriate for the
following individuals.

Healthv Individuals
who are caregivers of in-
fants less than six (6)
months of age
Healthcare workers
and Emergency luedical
Personnel who are healthy
and less than 50 years of
age
Health Children
ages two (2) to four (4) years
old

Individuals interested in re.
ceiving the first dopes and
meet the eligibility-listed -
above, should contact Dixie
County Health Department
at 352-498-1360 and ask for
extension 109. They will be
paired with an individual
dedicated to the scheduling
of appointments for the vac-
. cine. They wB be screened
to see if they qualify to re.
ceive the vaccine. If they
do, they will receive an ap.
pointmerit for the Saturday
clinic

.'We are pleased to an-
nounce that our county's
first shipment of vaccine
has arrived and that we are
holding otir first clinic this -
coming Saturday," said
Sable Bolling, Administra.
tor. "Through time, as we
receive more types of HINI
vaccine, we will be able to
broaden the categories of
individuals eligible to re.
ceive the vaccination."

The first doses available are
: the intranasal vaccine that
is weakened live virus. It is
important the public under-


New York, being filmed at a
corporate function both be-
fore and after November 1,
2005.

Lander told the Advocate
that H. Dale Herring, who
testified that while he dis-
agreed with Lander's man-
agement style, that he is ac-
tively pursing a takeover of
the company Grahd Jury
testimony from July of 2009'
by FBI Agent Steve Amos,
nephew of Dixie's Joe An^
person of Anderson-Colum-
bit, states that he was
aware that Herring had in-
vestors waiting to revive
GenSliec, but that they did
not want to moveiforward
until they had found a.way
to remove Lander.

The Advocate has obtained
billing records from August
2007 through February 2008,
filed by Dale Herring's at-
torney, Ann Smith, in a
Civil case, showing that she
was obtaining financial in-
formation from Gallagher
as early as August 2007, and
that on February 2, 2008, the
billing entry was to "Strate-
gize on how to remove Lan-
der from office, and or to ob-
tain all of his interest in
GenSpec."
Although it was alleged that
Gen9pec was a "fake" com-
pany set up only to defraud
investors and not to sell
products, it was noted dur-
ing trial that Genspec multi-
vitamins were available at
major retail outlets, includ-
ing CVS, at the time of trial
and are stm available today
at CVS.come

There are spending mo-
tions medbefore the case
was given to the Jury, await-
ing the Judge's ruling'
These motions allege issues
of prosecutable misconduct.
Lander said that additional
motions will be med this
week addressing those is-
sues.
Lander further commented
that all of the matters that
came forth in this case were
clearly civil matters. Court
documents retrealthat al- '
hmaorst every par in Ived
filed, not only against Lan-

indbu gain c n
trial andhartgued b de e

and the US Attorney's office
actively participated in aid-
--ty --tt--
Civil Attor Jo h
ney, sep
Brooksitestifiedthathehad
between 25 and 30 contactS
a hacehaged nna n
ing the course of the inveS-
tigation, indictment, and
leading ei der

Rittentegal oks
criminal charges he faced
in Federal Court.
.
Lander is hoine with his
wife and two children await-
ing sentencing now sched-
uled for January 2010.


After seven hours, the Jury
handed down the verdict.
The Prosecution, after
telling the Judge in Septem-
ber, and again at the start of
this trial, that it would take
at least a week to put on
their evidence, recited on
Wednesday after only three
days.
Lander stated that the Pros-
ecution's strategy changed
on the first day of trial,
when the Government's key
witness in the first scheme
to defraud completely up-
ended the Government's al-
legation that Lander had
told the developers that they
had to put up a performance
bond. Contrary to the .
GainesvEe Sun's account,
court transcripts would re-
veal that the developers in-
dependently decided to set
aside money for improve-
ments in order to "give their
purchasers level of com-
fort". This testimony was
echoed on Tuesday by a sec-
ond member of the develop-
meet group from River
Shores at Jena.

After that point, the U.S. At-
torney seemed to attempt to
keep as many lay witnesses
off of the stand as possible,
and when it was necessary
to call a lay witness, their ,
testimony was drastically
limited, usually to a single
point.
The lay witness problem
continued for the Govern-
ment on Tuesday when Al-
ice Johnston testified that
sixe had made notes during
a phone call with Lander
virhen he.was supposedly at
his Law office, with Gen-
spec investor Johnston's sis-
ter, Veach. On cross exami-*
nation Johnston was cer-
tain that the notes, dated
November 1, 2005, were
written during the phone
conversation. However; on
Thursday, testimony and a
portion of a video clip wks


A Deputy Sheriff was on
routine patrol on Chavous
Road, wheix he not iced a ve-
hicle travelingat 94 mph in
a posted speed limit bf 45.
The Deputy attempted to
stop the vehicle fled at a
high rate of speed.
While the vehicle continued
to flee, the passenger in ve-
hicle began to throw objects
out the window, while the
vehicle was driving in and
out of the ditch numerous
times. After approximately
two miles of erratic dri-
ving, the vehicle was
stopped off of Chavous
Road.


The deputy observed that
the driver of the vehicle ap.
feared to be under the in-
fluence. The driver was
then identified as Gregory
Slaughter, 31 of Old Town.
Slaughter was arrested and
charged Felony
Fleeing/E1uding, Driving
While License Suspended
or Revoked and Driving un-
der the Influence.
.
Slaughter has since been
released from the Dixie
County Jail ori a $4,000.


Disabled American Veterans Chapter 63 recently spon-
sored a contest to see who would win a valuable H & K
(Heckler & Koch) 12 gauge pump shotgun, just in time for
hunting season.

The lucky winner was Donnie Wayne Barber of Chiefland
(L), shown here with DAY Commander Fred Heinrich. DAV
Tri-County Chapter 63 is located in the Cross City area and
would like to thank the folks who participated in this
event, and to invite eligible veterans to join the organiza-
tion.

For information on DAY membership, call Fi*ed Heinrich
at (352) 498-1246, or any DAV member-


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