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Place of Publication: Cross City, Fla
Publication Date: June 24, 2010
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2010 Dixie County Advocate


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News and events for Dixie ttIg, Every Week, I
Home of the Worlds Only Four-Headed Swamp Cabbage


July 1, 1921
Thursday, June 24, 2010
Vol. 88. No. 25 12 pages- 1 Section


Looldng for an oil

spill cleanup Job?


Go to http://gulfrecov-
eryjobs.employflorida.com.



DIXIE BOAT RAMP

DECAL PROGRAM

TEMPORARILY ON

HOLD


The proposed fees for the
use of Dixie County Boat
Ramps are currently under
review and have not yet
been finalized. The FWC
and the County are examin-
ing the charges as they re-
late to funding received for
maintenance improve-
ments. There is not a date
currently predicted for im-,
plementation, however, up-
dates will be noticed publi-
cally as this process contin-
ues. Implementation may
be delayed until early next
year. At this time there are
no fees being charged.



COMMODITIES


United Christian Services
will be giving out commodi-
ties (USDA) on Tuesday,
June 29th at 9:30 in the UCS
building. UCS is an equal
opportunity provider.





Thu 95/73
6/24U
Mix of sun and clouds. Highs in the
mid 90s and lows in the low 70s.


Fri 95/73V
6/25
Times of sun and clouds. Highs in
the mid 90s and lows in the low
70s.


Oil spill costs, SHIP housing on agenda-

Roll-off sites to remain open over the Independence Day holiday


Emergency Services Direc-
tor, Tim Alexander, told the
County Commission at the
regular meeting on Thurs-
day evening that he and his
team have been burning the
midnight oil working on
plans related to the Deep
Horizon oil spill. He went
on an aerial survey on a,
C130 with the Coast Guard,
which he said was "a nice
experience," but said that
"we got hit with a political
move." He said that the
flight path took them up the
Coastline "to assure us that
our coastline looks good"
then flew up to Pensacola,
where "we could see the tar-
balls," but that the flight
didn't go over the actual oil
spill site. He said that it
took them four hours to
make the flight, but that to
put some perspective on the
size of the disaster, that "it
would have taken us four
hours just to fly around (the
oil spill)." Alexander told
the Commission that "I feel
better about it but we did
not get to see behind the
door."

Alexander responded to lo-
cal rumors and questions
from residents who have
asked him about why Dixie
County was not receiving
booming, that "booming is a
band-aid on an arterial cut."
Hesaid that booming on our


coastline
would do
more
damage
to sea
grasses
than it
would
help. He
said that
his office
is on top
of chang-
ing condi-


Chairman Hunt awarded plaque for "Flori-
da Crown Board Member of the Year"


tions and
that "I can assure you that
we're not dragging our feet
out at the EOC. I know way
more about oil than I ever
wanted to know." Alexander
said that a large fish kill
that occurred recently in
Taylor County is not related
to the oil spill, but to low
oxygen levels caused by re-
cent high water tempera-
tures.

County Attorney Jennifer
Ellison said that due to the
"Oil Pollution Act" that BP
is required to repay "neces-
sary" costs and that the
tricky part is that although
the County has the authori-
ty to take any actions neces-
sary to protect Dixie's coast-
line, that if the oil doesn't
come to Dixie, BP can claim
that the expense was not
"necessary" and refuse to
pay "They get to judge 'nec-
essary' on the back end,"


she told the
Commission.

Rita Harris of
Harris Admin-
istrative Ser-
vices, appeared
to update the
Commission on
SHIP housing
issues. Three
new contrac-
Stors; Jody
Stephenson,


Dave Perry, and
BW Construction, LLC,
were approved, and low bids
for work on for the Chest-
nut, Sears, Rhodes and
Weeks homes were ap-
proved. Downpayment assis-
tance for Jennifer Smith at
$9720 was approved. Harris
told the Commission that
SHIP funding was "pretty
much encumbered" at the
moment because there is a
"dated application" waiting
to be served, and dated ap-
plications have priority over
new applications.

Bob Carnes, who was the
subject of a discussion dur-
ing the last meeting about
go-kart track noise, ap-
peared "to apologize if
we've disturbed anybody
and to the Sheriff's Office.
They've been called out
there uselessly."


On Saturday morning, June
19, 2010, the Sheriff's Office
and Dixie County EMS re-
sponded to an accidental
shooting off of NE 121 Street
in Cross City Upon arrival,
deputies learned the victim,
Kiyah Thomas, 11 years of
age, had been accidentally
shot in the neck by a 12 year
old male relative who was
also in the home.

According to witnesses, the
children were visiting with
their great-grandmother
when they discovered a .32
caliber revolver in a dresser
drawer in the home. While
the 12 year old male was
looking at the gun, the vic-
tim wanted to hold the gun.


It was at this point that the
12 year old was attempting to
place the gun back into the
dresser drawer when the vic-
tim was attempting to get the
gun that it accidentally dis-
charged striking the victim
in the neck.

Dixie EMS treated the victim
at the scene and she was tak-
en to the Old Town landing
zone where she was flown by
helicopter to Shands at UF in
Gainesville. At this time
there are no charges pend-
ing. Sheiff's officials and
the Department of Children
and Families-are continuing
their invest matibn into the
shooting.


Suwannee Cable provider


pleads guilty to satellite


signal theft


Yvonne Eugenia Hughes-
Holt changed her plea to,
guilty on May 13 in Federal
Court in front of Judge
Mickle.


Holt pled guilty to Fraud by
wire, radio or television,
and faces a maximum of 20
years imprisonment, a three
year term of supervised re-
lease, a $250,000 fine and a
$100 special assessment. She
also pled guilty to "Unau-
thorized Communication:
Satellite Piracy", on which
she faces a maximum term
of two years, a year of su-
pervised release, a $50,000
fine, and a $100 special as-
sessment. Holt agreed to
make restitution to all vic-
tims and to pay the Depart-
ment of Revenue the
$167,000 in back taxes.


Sat
6/26
Isolated
the mid
70s


94/73
thunderstorms. Highs in
90s and lows in the low


Sun 94/74
6/27 M
Scattered thunderstorms. Highs in
the mid 90s and lows in the mid
70s


Mon 93/74
6/28
Scattered thunderstorms Highs in
the low 90s and lows in the mid
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fom VPK. Jue 9th ended the Fletcher, Trace Ward, Hailey
regular school year for VPK Kramer, Lacie Medlin, and
and it was celebrated with Patrick Hart. (not pictured
friends and family for our BreAnn Stephenson,
graduates Congratulations Gabrielle Daniel, and Lily
and best wishes in Kinder- Johnson)
garten Jessup Bennett,


Emergency crews were called to a two-car accident at the
corner of CR 351 and Spillers Highway approximately 7
miles north of Cross City on Tuesday afternoon. Trent
Everett collided with another truck carrying County Com-
mission Chairman Marvin Hunt's grandchildren. Thank-
fully, no serious injuries were reported.


Cross City girl injured in


accidental shooting


Happiness is a big, red dog


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Thursday, June 24, 2010


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Should we boycott BP?
The usual coalition of liberal agitators have recently
launched an effort to persuade the naive among the masses
to boycott BP gas stations so as to protest the oil spill in the
Gulf of Mexico. The more prominent instigators include
anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan, racial agitator Jesse Jack-
son and "Public Citizen," an activist group headed up by
Ralph Nader. If you want to send them a few bucks they
might even give you a "Boycott BP" bumper sticker, so go
ahead, it's your money

This gaggle of perennial losers reminds me of the anti-Viet-
nam War protesters who greeted our returning military
with insults and accusations of being war criminals. The
agitator-in-chief of that period was, of course, "Hanoi,
Jane" Fonda, with a helping hand from now-Senator John
Kerry These people took out their issues with the Johnson
Administration's mishandling of the war on the returning
troops, as though they had anything to do with the decision-
making process.

There are still a handful of similarly-motivated organiza-
tions, such as the Westboro Baptist Church (the name "Bap-
tist" is public domain and anyone can use it) that inter-
rupts military funerals, and Trinity United Church of
Christ in Chicago, which Barack Obama attended for 20
years before being elected president. The difference is that
these groups no longer enjoy significant public support.
The point here is that, no matter what you think about BP,
you can persuade your entire family and however many
others you're able to influence that they should not buy
gasoline from a BP station and your effect on the oil spill
situation and your impact on British Petroleum will be ap-
proximately what Cindy Sheehan's was on foreign policy
five years ago when she was camping out near George
Bush's Texas ranch: As for the "Boycott BP" bumper stick-
er, it would probably look good beside an "Obama/Biden"
sticker if you still have one of those on your bumper.

In the fancifulscenario that you actually could impact the
giant British co joration by purchasing another brand of
gasoline, you wepid be further contributing to the miseries
of Gulf Coast fishermen and land-based entrepreneurs who
are already on hard times and are hopeful that BP will
eventually come across with some financial relief. There
are also the pension funds of retirees whose money is in-
wsted BP stock, Bankrupt BP and you'll be kicking these
people whle they're down. If that makes you fell self-right-
eous, go ahead, because in real world terms you couldn't
possibly do anymore damage than the Obama administra-
tion is already doing.

The situation could have been improved weeks ago, had
Obama simply suspended enforcement of the antiquated
Jones Act, which restricts activities of foreign vessels in
our coastal waters. Norway and other European countries
have sophisticated recovery technology and are willing to
lend a hand, but Washington seems to prefer its present, in-
effective policies, to accepting help.

Incidentally, you may have noticed that gas prices have'
dropped somewhat since the spill started, Wouldn't you
have expected prices to go up? I don't know what happened,
but I have an Idea,,

The people who run iP aren't sthtpid. They know that,
rapidly escalating gas prices would compound the bad PR
they're already experiencing. So they've kept their prices in
line, despite their aoEelerated cost of doing business. And
they're big enough that their competitors aren't about to
raise their price and be undersold.

Furthmermoe all B8P stations don't get their product exclu,
'siWly froim BP and some other Atations do buy from BP. So,
if you're of a mind to protest, find yourself an issue where
your o~trts might make a dlMTmreire. One such opportunity
will arrive on NovembeP 0eeond,

Claritflation of letter to the editor policy:
nat enter to 6eAf toi all tiftfifet, dqurtw enttpalIgn seasons, the
Adeate willpint lfetteri about orfnt cm ndidates thatfitus on the
spectf n t sue thft a fftifidi(ttk Sports or opposes, Howeer, due to
*Pe tomitattion fit d 1the lippfy othitl@ slope between editorial
eanteW and politi l afirertii 1p w will not print lethws that
sltmply edos eaOndidat, that wr detliCered or sent by ary person
Othe thft the rAithMw of that r sv9ley about personal qualities that
the Eafdiate may oe may not hawe =Mditor


Kathy McKinney


S~,"Hello, I am Fidelity's Chess Chal-
enger. Select your level." Igrewup
Searing this robotic greeting oh, I don't
know, a dozen times a day when I was a kid.
Daddy played a lot of chess for a while. The Fidelity Chess
Challenger was one of the first talking chessboard comput-
ers, with real pieces, that you could pick up and everything.
I loved watching him play..and curse the stupid machine,
when it beat him. He even let me play with his precious toy
enough that I learned the moves and the basics. I was never
any good, and I'm still not very good. I can't seem to see the
moves in advance like good chess players do. I'm not. a good
strategist, I suppose. :

My kids beat me every time...how sad is that? Mitchell is
seven and Georgia is ten and they've been play-
ing for years. At the FPEA homeschool conven- "If a rue
tion one year, I bought them a chess board and
coloring book that taught the basics, and fol- underst
lowed up with a software program called "Learn
to play chess with'Fritz and Chesster." If you how (
have kids who want to learn, I can't recommend
this software enough. It's amazing. It teaches over a I
strategic thinking, and chess, and it goes from
super-easy--Mitchell was playing it when he was Kill
3--up to complex moves and strategy that I have
trouble remembering. Good stuff and so totally
worth the $19.99.


Benjamin Franklin said, "Life is a kind of Chess, with
struggle, competition, good and ill events." I don't know for
sure, but I suspect Obama is not a chess player. Even I might
be able to beat him. He doesn't seem to have much of a
grasp of strategic thinking, and he seems to choose the
wrong move every single turn. Maybe we should start ask-
ing our Presidential candidates about their favorite games
and only vote for the chess junkies. It couldn't hurt.

Thomas Jefferson was an avid chess player; he once played a
four-hour game with James Madison and he amassed a huge
collection of chess sets during his lifetime. James Adams,
John Quincy Adams, James Monroe, Abraham Lincoln,
Ulysses S. Grant, heck, even Rutherford B. Hayes; all were
chess players. Perhaps most tellingly, Jimmah Carter said
himself, that "I found that I don't have any particular talent
for chess. I hate to admit it, but that's a tact." (Gee, no kid-
ding. Who would have guessed.) Although Obama claims in
his autobiography to be a chess player, it's probably as true
as all of the other stuff in it. (Which is to say, um, not.) A
chess player for instance, knows that you don't bow to an-
other king while you're still in the game. Obama seems to
bow to every king he comes across, doesn't he?


There's a thing.in chess called Kotov Syndrome. This is
when a player thinks and thinks and thinks for a long time
on a position until he runs out of time and then hastily
makes a foolish, often disastrous move. Apologies to Alexan-
der Kotov, but I think this needs to be renamed Barack Syn-
drome. He claims to be such a "deep" thinker and an analyti-
cal guy. He's great at appointing committees and czars to
"analyze" stuff, but a total failure at solving problems. He
overthinks, and underperforms on everything he tries. It's
got to be Kotov Syndrome..How else to explain his stupid
moves lately?

He refuses to close the borders, putting us at risk of terror
attacks. Senator Kyl of Arizona told a Tea Party group that
Obama had privately stated that "The problem is,... if we
secure the border, then you all won't have any reason to sup-
port 'comprehensive immigration reform.'" Obama is mak- /


or does not

and Chess,
an he rule


ing a terrible move; he is using the border as
a pawn to be sacrificed in pursuit of a foolish
gambit. He is willing to risk a terror attack on
the United States in his blind ambition to le-
galize millions of potential democratic voters.


He's also sacrificed the' good will and security
kingdom?" of our allies. Israel--our bishops, perhaps--
knows they can no longer, depend on their
g KhusM s II only stalwart friend to defend them against
their neighbors. We've betrayed them and let
them down in ways that won't be corrected for
decades, if Israel survives that long. I don't
know why the British--our Knights, no doubt- are still
speaking to us at all after the way he's treated them with
disdain. Giving the Queen an iPod was bad enough, but
shipping back the bust of Winston Churchill...that was just
a slap in the face to our oldest friend. He's allowed our ene-
mies pieces to expand their power onto our side of the board
by kowtowing to the evil black queens of Iran and militant
Islam. He looks the other way while black rooks North Ko-
rea and China strengthen their positions and prepare for a
sneak attack.

All the while, he sits in perpetual check from the safety of
his back square at the White House, watching black oil pour
into our Gulf, yet refusing any offers of help from other
countries, just to protect the interests of those black
knights, the Unions. He sacrifices all of our best pieces and
gains nothing in return. He's either out to lose on purpose,
or a clueless amateur. He doesn't seem to realize that this is
no friendly game where we can just resign and start over.
Perhaps Obama isn't just only the first bi-racial President,
existing in, confused limbo between the worlds of black and
white. He seems to be the first President who isn't exactly
sure about which side of the board he's supposed to be play-
ing on. Let's hope he figures that out before the endgame.


Battle of the Press Releases:
We report, you decide


From the Lawson

Campaign:

BOYD STAFFER
UNLAWFULLY ENTERS
LAWSON PROPERTY;
ACCOSTS CANDIDATE

Paparazzi-Politics by Allen
Boyd turns ugly at Lawson
headquarters

TALLAHASSEE This'
morning, volunteers for the
Al Lawson for Congress
campaign assembled at the
campaign headquarters to
caravan to the Watermelon
Festival in Monticello. A
staffer for Allen Boyd was
sitting in his car observing
the volunteers with a video
camera. The following are
the facts of what took place:

At approximately 8:00
AM, volunteers began as-
sembling at the Lawson cam-
paign headquarters. Ralph
Mason was sitting in a
parked car in the street with
the campaign video camera
observing'the volunteers as
they arrived.
One of the Lawson vol-
unteers recognized Mason
and approached him in a
friendly manner. Lawson's
campaign manager offered
Mason a cup of coffee. Ma-
son declined. At this time,
Mason was standing on the
lawn of the campaign head-
quarters.
Mason then retreated
from the property and re-
turned to his car parked in
front of the neighboring.
property.
At approximately 8:30
AM, the majority of volun-
teers left the headquarters
for the Watermelon Festival
in Monticello.
At approximately 8:45
AM, Senator Al Lawson ar-
rived at the headquarters.
Mason exited his car and
then unlawfully entered for
the second time the private
property located at 225 East
Jennings Street in Tallahas-
see.
Sen. Lawson asked Ma-


son who he was and who he
worked for. Mason replied
that he worked for Allen
Boyd.
Sen. Lawson informed
Mason that he was unlawful-
ly present on private proper-
ty and asked that he vacate
the property. Mason refused
and instead pointed a video
camera at Sen. Lawson, The
camera was approximately
12-16 inches from Sen. Law-
son's face.
On three or four sepa-
rate occasions, Sen. Lawson.
renewed his request that Ma-
son vacate the property Ma- *
son refused each time, say-
ing that he was only doing
what he was paid to do.
At this time, Sen. Law-
son confiscated the camera
and said that he would re-
turn it to Allen Boyd person-
'ally when he spoke to him in
Monticello about the behav-
ior of Boyd's campaign.
Mason reached to grab
the camera from Sen. Law-
son who attempted to enter
the office.
- During the scuffle, a dog
that was present barked.at
Mason who attempted to
force his way into the build-
ing. A campaign volunteer
then closed the door so Ma-
son could not enter the
building. Mason continued
to stand on private property
outside the door.
Due to the incident, the
camera was damaged. The
Lawson campaign has since
replaced the camera'and re-
turned it to Allen Boyd's son
David at the Watermelon
Festival in Monticello.
The Lawson campaign is
considering filing criminal
charges against Allen Boyd
staffer Ralph Mason for tres-
passing, stalking, and ha-
rassment.

"This type of paparazzi-poli-
tics might be OK for Wash-
ington DC, but it's not the
way we do things in North
Florida," said, Lawson. "This
is just another example that
Allen Boyd has lost touch
with where he's come from."


From the Boyd
Campaign:

LAWSON ATTACKS BOYD
CAMPAIGN STAFFER
WITH CAMERA
ROLLING, STEALS
CAMERA

Tallahassee, FL State Sena-
tor Al Lawson this-morning
attacked a Boyd for Congress
campaign staffer outside a
Lawson for Congress cam-
paign rally made open to the
public by Senator Lawson.
Lawson confronted a Boyd
for Congress Research Assis-
tant, Ralph Mason, upon ar-
riving to the event and
ripped the camera out of
Mason's hands. Lawson re-
peatedly refused to return
the Boyd for Cohgress prop-
erty upon request. It is un-
known at this time if Law-
son has deleted the evidence.
The camera was filming at
the time of the attack. The
incident is currently under
investigation by the Talla-
hassee Police Department

"Senator Lawson's behavior
is outrageous and coaple--
ly unacceptable, 'said a
for Congress Caa~wnpai
Manager J.R, Starre "It it
shocking that an elated @O-
cial who has been In offic
for twenty-seven yers


would think its okay to at-
tack another human being
and steal their property Al
Lawson clearly does not
have the temperament to
represent anyone as an elect-
ed official, and he should im-
mediately apologize to the
person he attacked."

The individual attacked by
Senator Lawson is 22-year-
old Research Assistant
Ralph Mason. Mason was at-
tacked at approximately
8:40AM by Lawson outside of
his campaign office that is
located at 225 East Jennings
Street in Tallahassee. The
campaign rally was an-
nounced Friday afternoon
on Senator Lawson's multi-
ple, public Facebook ac-
counts. The invitation in-
cluded Lawson's office ad-
dress and note for everyone
to join him at the rally

Mr, Mason was greeted by
Lawson Campaign staffers
John Reid and Josh Robin-
son upon arriving at the ral-
S and he immediately iden-
tihF himself. The three in-
dtiMuals had a cordial con-
vwattion, and Reid and
obianson offered Mason a
etp of c~ftee before Lawson
arrived at the rally When
Lawson arrived at the rally
he attacked the Boyd staffer,
and tproavoked he took the
still rolling camera.


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Thursday June 24, 2010


Outdoors & Law


Current Fishing closure revisions, as of June 21, 2010. All
commercial and recreational fishing including catch and re-
lease is prohibited in the closed area. Transit through the
area is allowed. The closed area is bounded by rhumb lines
connecting, in order, the following coordinates.
North latitude West longitude
At state/federal line 850 48'
28 o25' 86 o 03'
28 o 10' 84 o 30'
26 o 26' 83 o 47'
At outer federal line 840 50'
Follow the outer boundary of'federal waters northerly to...
The outer federal line ; 86 o 16'
26 o 48' 86 o 20'
27 o 07' 87 o 08'
26 o 47' 88 o 47'
27 o 35' 90 o 33'
28 o 47' 91 o 20'20"
At the state/federal line 91 o 20'20"
Follow the state/federal water line easterly to beginning point


Dove Club permits
go on sale July 1

Six special-opportunity dove
fields will be open to the public
this'season through the Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission's special-opportuni-
ty Dove Club Program.

Beginning at 10 a.m. (EDT) July
1, sportsmen can apply for Dove
Club permits online at.
www.fl.wildlifelicense.com or by
submitting a completed Special-
Opportunity Dove Club Permit
Worksheet to any county tax col-
lector's office or authorized li-
cense agent. There is no cost to
apply Worksheets are available
at MyFWC.com/Hunting under
"Limited Entry'Hunts: '

Dove Club permits will be issued
by random drawing from appli-
cations submitted by 11:59 p.m.
(EDT) July 19. The permit al-
lows one adult and one youth
(under age 16) to participate in
all scheduled hunts (up to eight
days) for a designated dove field.
These Saturday half-day hunts
cost $150 and enable both the
permit holder and youth to each
take a daily bag limit of birds.
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Any permits left unsold after the
deadline will be available for
purchase on a first-come, first-
served basis beginning at 10 a.m.
(EDT) Aug. 12. The deadline to
purchase leftover Dove Club per-
mits is Aug. 23.

The six special-opportunity dove
fields are:
Allapattah Flats WMA in Mar-
tin County,
Caravelle Ranch (Putnam
County),
Combs Farm Public Small-
game Hunting Area (PSGHA)
(Baker County),
Hilochee WMA (Lake County),
North Newberry PSGHA
(Alachua County) and
Frog Pond (Miami-Dade Coun-


*Daily dove permits cost $35 and
enable one adult and one youth
(under age 16) to hunt together
on one half-day hunt but allow
only one bag limit of birds be-
tween the two hunters.
Applications for daily dove per-
mits will be accepted Aug. 24 -
Sept. 7.

For more information on these
great public land dove hunting
opportunities, click on
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6/14/2010, TORRES, RAUL, 61,
MALLORY, OUT OF COUNTY
WARRANT (DADE CO)


6/15/2010, KERKVLIET, ALICE
DAWN, 39, WIMBERLY,
FRANKLIN COUNTY WARR
ARREST

6/15/2010, GODBOLT, MARIO
JAMAR, 28, HOLD FOR DOC

6/15/2010, MILLER, TRAVIS,'
21, SIMMONS, VIOL OF PRO-
BATION

6/15/2010, HARRISON,
MITCHELL, 22, MANDOLA,
INTRODUCTION OF CON-
TRABAND CORR FAC HOLD
FOR TAYLOR COUNTY

6/16/2010, AMMONS, JAMES
VERNON, 49, DOWNING,
DWLSR HABB OFFENFER

6/16/2010, WALKER, FREDDIE
LOYE, 47, DOWNING, TRESS-
PASS UNCCUPIED STRUC-
TURE

6/16/2010, SMITH, PAMELA
ANN, 50, HOOVER, VOP PE-
TIT THEFT

6/16/2010, CARTER, QUINCY
LEONARDO, 22, KING, VOP
SALE OF COCAINE


in your area
Ik AA


6/17/2010, SMITH, JR, LON-
NIE, 48, SULLIVAN, WRIT OF
BODILY ATTACHMENT

6/17/2010, BULTER, LACY
WARREN, 63, WIMBERLEY,
AGG BATTERY

6/17/2010, BLEVINS, DAVID
ANTHONY, 24, DOWNING,
ROBBERY, LEAVING THE
SCENE OF A CRASH WITH,
BATTERY

6/17/2010, RABORN, JOSEPH
RANDOLPH 11, 47, TUMLIN,
DUI

6/18/2010, JUVENILE, JUDGE
BEAN, HOLD FOR COURT

6/19/2010, EDENFIELD,
DEREK, 28, POSS OF CONT
SUBS

6/19/2010, FOREHAND,
ROBERT MILTON, 56, ALLEN,
CULTIVATING MARIJUANA

6/19/2010, BURKHART,
MARTHA SUE, 55, GANUS,
DUI DRUGS OR ALCOHOL

6/19/2010, WILLIAMS, JAMES
EDWARD, 50, ALLEN, CULTI-
VATING MARIJUANA


friends embedded in our
memories.
If you have not had
the pleasure of camping out
at Lake Panasoffkee, I high-
ly recommend it. It is a
great place to camp and sing
and have a lot of fun. You
can contact the Levy County
Horse Club at levy2@fla-
horse.com. Until next time,
happy trails to you!


New Horse Club Officers


Trot/l Riers

by Bonnie Wilson

In case no one has noticed
summer has hit us fully
smack in the face. It's just
too hot for me to handle so
for the next two months I
will be doing only a few ear-
ly morning rides when the
heat is bearable. So my sto-
ry today is one of my past
memories.
Let me tell you of
our past campout and trail
ride that we had at Lake
Panasoffkee Trailhead,
which is part of the South-
west Florida Water Manage-
ment District lands. Eigh-
teen miles of marked trails
are designated for horse-
back riding. Wetlands dom-
inate this 9,900 plus-acre
tract with extensive areas of
mixed hardwoods, red
maple swamps, lakefront
marshes and willow areas.
Uplands areas include oak
hammocks, scrub oaks and
some pastures.
The campout-at
Lake Panasoffkee was won-
derful. Dave and I went
down on Friday afternoon
with our boys, Dusty and
Gus. Unfortunately we had
some bad traffic on the in-
terstate due to a Wreck, so
we did not arrive at the
camp until 5:30.
We actually had a
great evening around a non-
fire campsite lit up by a
coleman lantern due to the
no fires allowed signs post-
ed. It was a cool evening,
and I mean that in two
ways. The weather was cool
and it got a lot cooler with
no fire to help us keep
warm. The state was going
through a dry period and
the fire index Was high, so
"No Fires Allowed" at this
time. Secondly, one of our
members was kind enough
to entertain Dave and I with
some banjo picking and
grinning. He was picking,
and we were grinning!
The next morning
brought more friends. We
all saddled up and rode out
through some beautiful
trails. Some were very dusty
and if you can imagine, my
Dusty was even dustier! By
the end of the trail he
looked like a war paint
pony.
We rode across a
wooden bridge and into
some of the most beautiful
trails that Dave and I had
the privilege of being a part
of in this unique Florida
landscape. The morning air


was incredible. The temper-
ature, was just right, mak-
ing the air sweet and the
skies as blue as Dusty's
eyes. We took some interest-
ing turns through some
dense wooded areas and I
loved it! Now we're talking
true trail riding. A true
trail-blazing feeling that
comes over you, at least it
did me!
After we had been
riding for a while we came
to an area that was a bit on
the swampy side even
though it was dry At least
as I looked at it I was think-
ing this could be a possible
place that gators would like.
Randy had told Dave and I
the night before that he and
Fay had actuallyiseen gators
at Lake Panasoffiee on pre-
vious rides. He also said one
of the gators refused to
move from the path. Now if
you were I, you'd be think-
ing like me. Is there a gator
around the corner? Dear
Lord, help me stay in the
saddle, please... And as
these thoughts float thru my
head I suddenly heard
Randy shout; gator on the
trail!" WHAT! Now I'm
looking at every nook and
cranny as Dusty and I care-
fully ease round each bush,
where is he? Dusty, don't
you dare leave me on the '
ground! Well, I did survive,
and to my relief I did not
see any gators. As we round-
'.ed the last turn I saw Ben-
rie, Fay and Randy waiting
for us. I heard Randy call
out and say to me "Did you
see the gator" to which, I
quickly answered, "No,
thank God!" Randy laughed,
and suddenly as his fit of
* laughter continued, I real-
ized he had been teasing me.
There were no gators. Imag-
ine that! Well, that was ok.
Better the laugh was on me
than a gator! Just remember
Randy; they have a saying
about paybacks. Just when
you least expect it...watch
out!
After we got back
from our great trail ride, we
ran into Rowena and Phil.
They had decided to come
out and camp too. They
were just a little later than
they had expected. They had
rode together on one of the
trails, but missed our sight-
seeing "gator" venture.
That evening
around our non-fire lantern
lit camp, we discussed our
day's adventures as we ate
our KFC chicken dinner..
After the morning ride we
had all loaded up and went
into Wildwood to the Choco-
late Factory to browse, sam-
ple and buy some great
chocolates. We then
stopped at KFC to buy our
evening dinners. The chick-
en was good and the compa-
ny was great too. Randy
played his banjo and also
his guitar. Phil was kind
enough to bring along his
new guitar. Phil and Randy
both entertained us with
some great music. Later
Randy played some bluesy
music. This inspired Bennie
to show us how to do the
camel walk. I tried it, but to
no avail, alas my camel
could not walk. I think he
had two left feet! That did
seem to set off a chain reac-
tion for Randy to get us all
started on making up a song
for the evening. We called it
the Lake Panasoffkee Blues.
You just had to be there to
join in on the fun.
After much fun and
merriment around the
lantern lit fire ring, we all
decided to call it a day and
turn in for the night. We
planned on getting up the
next morning and having
breakfast and an early
morning ride before pack-
ing it in and heading for
home. The breakfast hap-
pened, but before we could
tack up for the ride a heavy
rain popped up very swiftly
and unexpected. We decid-
ed to load the horses on the
trailers and head for the
house. With horses loaded
we headed for home and
wonderful thoughts of the
trail ride, campout and
Chocolate Factory visit
flooded our conversation.
Another wonderful time
with nature, our horses and


Our 10th annual Breast
Cancer Awareness Trail-
ride, to benefit local breast
cancer patients and admin-
istered b'Shands Cancer
Center, will be-at the Tide-
water Tradihead in. Goethe
Forest located at the south
end of eC-1 7. The date is
Saturdayy. b "er 23,.2010.

A poker ride will be in the
morning with fun raffles
and entertainment during
the lunch break. Breakfast
will be available for a dona-
tion, and lunch provided for
participants with registra-
tion fee ,_ night camping
for those whom would like
to come'liFri Friday or stay
over till Sunday is available.

Trail use and camp fees
waived for this benefit
event. Water for horse and
bathroom facilities are
available and camping is
primitive. You need not be a
horse rider to join in the
festivities. Place this event
date on your calendar and
join us for a great time to
benefit a great cause!


Permit required for night use on southern Lafayette and north-
SRWMD lands ern Dixie counties.Camping is
another night activity available
Those who like to gig frogs after with SUA authorization. Primi-
dark are required to obtain a tive camping is available to ca-
night use special use authoriza-. noeists and boaters by river ac-
tion (SUA) before doing so on cesson most District lands.
lands owned by the Suwannee ground in Gilchrist County
River Water Management Dis-
trict. Frog gigging is permitted. District lands are open to the
at Mallory Swamp Wildlife Man- public during daylight hours
agement Area (WMA) located in only, unless an SUA is obtained.

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IDDUE COUNTYAI L LOG


Levy County horse Club Officers for 2010-2011 are Phil Parent; Vice Presi-
dent, Nancy Nibert, Director, Dave Wilson, President, Bonnie Wilson, Secre-
tary, and Leonora Hale,.Treasurer.


The Levy County Horse
Club (LCHC) members
elected the club officer for
the 2010-2011 term. The offi-
cers are; President Dave
Wilson, Vice President -
Phil Parent, Treasurer -
Leonora Hale, Secretary -
Bonnie Wilson, and Direc-
tor Nancy Nibert.

The LCHC is a trail riding
club that has scheduled
trail rides twice monthly.
All riders go at their own
pace and choose which dis-
tance trail they wish to
ride. We do have some
overnight camping sched-
Suled throughout the year.
We'e family oriented and
anyone interested is wel-
come to join. Club meeting
are held at 7:30 p.m. the sec-
ond Thursday of each
month at Bubbaque's
Restaurant in Chiefland on
Highway 19. Check out our
website at
www.flahorse.com/lchc or email
levy2@flahorse.com. The
horse club holds one major
fundraiser each year during
the month of October.


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Thursday, June 24, 2010


School, Sports, and Spill


Response to the
Deepwater BP Oil Spill

Prepared by the Joint Information
Center-editedfor space

UPDATED June 21,2010 7
PM

PAST 24 HOURS

Admiral Allen Provides Op-
erational Update on the BP
Oil Spill Response

National Incident Comman-
der Admiral Thad Allen pro-
vided a briefing to inform
the American public and an-
swer questions on the
progress of the administra-
tion-wide response to the BP
oil spill.

Administration Sends
Third Bill to BP for $51.4
Million

The Obama Administration
today sent a third bill for
$51.4 million to BP and other
responsible parties. As a re-
sponsible party,.BP is finan-
cially responsible for all
costs associated ivith the re-
sponse to the spill, including
efforts to stop the leak at its
source, reduce the spread of
oil, protect the shoreline and
mitigate damages, as well as
long term recovery efforts to
ensure that all individuals
and communities,impacted
by the spill are made whole.

In order to pro-iidq full trans-
parency of the ongoing ef-
forts and to ensure that the
American public is not held
accountable for the costs of
response and recovery activi-
ties, the federal government
bills BP and the other re-
sponsible parties regularly.
BP and other responsible
parties have paid the first
two bills in full-totaling
$70.89 million.

'NOAA Expands Fishing
Restriction in the Gulf;
More than 64 Percent Re-
mains Open

As part of continued efforts
to ensure the safety of .
seafood from the Gulf of
Mexico and protect con-
sumers, NOAA has expanded
the closed fishing area in the
Gulf of Mexico to capture
portions of the oil slick mov-
ing beyond the current
boundaries off the Florida'
panhandle and due south of
Mississippi. The closed area
now represents 86,985 square
miles-approximately 36 per-
cent-of federal waters in
the Gulf of Mexico. This clo-
sure does not apply to any
state waters. This leaves
more than 64 percent of Gulf
federal waters available for
fishing. Details can be found
at
http://sero.nmfs.noaa.gov/.

Fish and Wildlife Contin-
ues Efforts to'Recover and
Rehabilitate Oiled Wildlife

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife is
leading wildlife and habitat


recovery efforts in response
to the BP oil spill-which in-
cludes aerial and ground sur-
veys to assess the damage
and recover oiled or injured
wildlife and rehabilitation
centers, where animals are
cared for in preparation for
release into their natural
habitat.

On Sunday, FWS released 38
brown pelicans and one tern
at the Aransas National
Wildlife Refuge and rescue
and recovery teams respond-
ed to a total of 95 calls to the
Wildlife Hot Line reporting
oiled or injured wildlife
along the Gulf Coast-in-
cluding 25 in Alabama, nine
in Louisiana, 20 in Florida,
and six in Mississippi. To re-
port oiled wildlife, call (866)


557-1401.


Successful Controlled
Burn

In recent days, favorable
weather conditions have al-
lowed responders to conduct
successful controlled burn
operations. As part of a coor-
dinated response that com-
bines tactics deployed above
water, below water, offshore,
and close to coastal areas,
controlled burns efficiently
remove oil from the open wa-
ter in an effort to protect
shoreline and wildlife. In to-
tal, 255 burns have been con-
ducted to remove more than
6.3 million gallons of oil
from the water.

BP Continues to Optimize
Oil Recovery Rates from
its Leaking Well

Under the direction of the
federal government, BP con-
tinues to capture' some oil
and burn gas at the surface
using its containment dome
technique.

In addition to the Discoverer
Enterprise, which is linked
by the riser pipe to the well-
head, and the.Q4000, which
continues to flare off addi-
tional oil and gas being
brought up through the
choke lines-a method that
was also put in place at the
government's direction.

Approved SBA Economic
Injury Assistance Loans


Surpass $5.5 Million

SBA has approved 88 eco-
nomic injury assistance
loans to date, totaling more
than $5.58 million for small
businesses in the Gulf Coast
impacted by the BP oil spill.
Additionally, the agency has
granted deferments on 441
existing SBA disaster loans
in the region, totaling more
than $1.96 million per month
in payments. For informa-
tion on assistance loans for
affected businesses, visit the
SBA's Web site at
www.sba.gov/services/disas-
terassistance, call (800) 659-
2955 (800-877-8339 for the
hearing impaired), or email
disastercustomerservice@sb
a.gov.


Administration Continues
to Oversee BP's Claims
Process

The administration will con-
tinue to hold the responsible
parties accountable for re-
pairing the damage, and re-
paying Americans who've
suffered a financial loss as a
result of the BP oil spill. To
date, 66,825 claims have been
opened, from which more
than $111.1 million have been
disbursed. No claims have
been denied to date. There
are 720 claims adjusters on
the ground. To file a claim,
visit www.bp.com/claims or
call BP's helpline at 1-800-440-
0858. Those who have already
pursued the BP claims
process and are not satisfied
with BP's resolution can call
the Coast Guard at (800) 280-'
7118. Additional information
about the BP claims process
and all available, avenues of
assistance can be found at
www.disasterassistance.gov.

By the Numbers to Date:

The administration has
authorized the deployment of
17,500 National Guard troops
from Gulf Coast states to re-
spond to this crisis; to date,
1,612 have been activated.

Approximately 33,900
personnel are currently re-
sponding to protect the
shoreline and wildlife and


JAFDYN



QUINN


Stop by the Advocate
and pick up your
soccer trophy! "

................................


cleanup vital coastlines.

More than 6,000.vessels
are currently responding on
site, including skimmers,
tugs, barges, and recovery
vessels to assist in contain-
ment and cleanup efforts-in
addition to dozens of air-
craft, remotely operated ve-
hicles, and multiple mobile
offshore drilling units.

Approximately 2251 mil-
lion feet of containment
boom and 4.04 million feet of
sorbentboom have been de-
ployed to contain the spill-
and approximately 585,000
feet of containment boom'
and 2 million feet of sorbent
boom are available.

Approximately 24 mil-
lion gallons of an oil-
water mix have been re-
covered.

Approximately 1.43
million gallons of total
dispersant have been
applied-959,000 on the
'surface and 468,000 sub-
sea. More than 465,000
gallons are available.

255 controlled burns
have been conducted,
efficiently removing a
total of more than 6.32
million gallons of oil
from the open water in
an effort to protect
shoreline and wildlife.

17 staging areas are
in place to protect sen-
sitive shorelines.

Approximately 173 miles
of Gulf Coast shoreline is
currently oiled--pproxi-
mately 34 miles in Louisiana,
41 miles in Mississippi, 39
miles in Alabama, and 59
miles in Florida. These num-
bers reflect a daily snapshot
of shoreline currently expe-
riencing impacts from oil so
that planning and field oper-
ations can more quickly re-
spond to new impacts; they
do not include cumulative
impacts to date, or shoreline
that has already been
cleared.

To date, the administra-
tion has leveraged assets and
skills from numerous foreign
countries and international
organizations as part of this'
historic, all-hands-on-deck
response, including Canada,
Germany, Mexico, Nether-
lands, Norway, the United
Nations' International Mar-
itime 0 organization and the
European Union's Monitor-
ing and Information Centre.

Resources:
To volunteer, or to report
oiled shoreline, call (866) 448-
5816. Volunteer opportunities
can also be found here.

To submit your vessel as
a vessel of opportunity skim-
ming system, or to submit al-
ternative response technolo-
gy, services, or products, call
281-366-5511.

To report oiled wildlife,
call (866) 557-1401.
For information about val-
idated environmental air and
water sampling results, visit
www.epa.gov/bpspill.

For National Park Ser-
vice updates about potential
park closures, resources at
risk, and NPS actions to pro-
tect vital park space and
wildlife, visit
http://www.nps.gov/abou-


Thimalik


Tke 0!


The Class of 2010, parents and friends would like to thank
Mrs. Debbie Dembo and Ms. Gloria Gilbert for all their hard
work and time for getting our Cruise together. The trip to
Key West, Caymen Islands and Jamica was alot of fun for all
who attended the trip. Yall were there to help with anything
that came up and answer any questions we may had.
THANK YOU AGAIN FOR THE GREAT CRUISE!!!!!


DIXIE COUTY TOuT FOOTBALL

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Football Players
and Cheerleaders
Signups will be
held:

Saturday, July 10
Saturday, July 17
10 am-12 pm
at Cross City Park
behind the
Courthouse

Summer camp starts
July 29 from 6-8 pm
July 30 from 6-8 pm
July 319-12 am


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* jr


Admission $75.
Second child $55.00
Ages of eligibility 7-12
as,of September first

Bring copy of birth certificate and up to date sports physical.


ATTENTION ANDERSON

ELEMENTARY PARENTS

Teacher request forms will be available in the front office beginning
June 28th. All forms must be filled out and turned in by the end of
the work day on July 1st NO EXCEPTIONS. Office hours during
this week will be from 7:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. Monday Thursday.


tus/oil-spill-response.htm.

For Fish and Wildlife
Service updates about re-
sponse along the Gulf Coast
and the status of national
wildlife refuges, visit
http://www.fws.gov/home/d
hoilspill/.

For daily updates on fish-
ing closures, visit
http://sero.nmfs.noaa.gov.

For information on assis-
tance loans for affected busi-
nesses, visit the SBA's Web'
site.at www.sba.gov/ser-
vices/disasterassistance, call
(800) 659-2955 (800-877-8339 for
the hearing impaired), or
email disastercustomerser*
vice@sba.gov.

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visit www.bp.com/claims or
call BP's helpline at (800) 440-


0858. A BP fact sheet With ad-
ditional information is avail-
able here. Those who have al-
ready pursued the BP claims
process and are not satisfied
with BP's resolution, can call
the Coast Guard at (800) 280-
7118. More information
about what types of damages
are eligible for compensation
under the Oil Pollution Act
as well as guidance on proce-
dures to seek that compensa-
tion can be found here.

In addition, www.disas-
terassistance.gov has been
enhanced to provide a one-
stop shop for information on
how to file a claim with BP
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tance-available in English
and Spanish. For informa-
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2010 SUMMER FOOD PROGRAM FREE TO ALL CHILDREN
5 DAYS A WEEK (MON-FRI)
Dixie District School Food Service will be sponsoring the Summer Food Service
Program beginning Monday, June 21, 2010 -August 13, 2010. We will be serving
five days a week, Monday through Friday. The program is similar to the National
School Lunch Program.r It provides nutritionally balanced meals to children regard-
less of race, color, sex, disability, age, or national origin during summer vacation
when school breakfasts and lunches are not available. All children 18 years old
and younger, both enrolled and non-enrolled in school, are eligible for FREE
meals. There will be no discrimination in the course of the meal service. Summer
meal sites that are located at schools provide meals to all children in the immedi-
ate vicinity in additiohto those enrolled in summer school.
The following sises willbe participating in the Summer Food Service Program:
Cross City Park: 42? #E 214 Ave, Cross City, Fl 32628 Lunch 12:30 1:00
North West Park;33 4E.121 St, Cross City, Fl 32628 Lunch 11:30 12:15
Timber's Apartments: 711 NE 97 St, Cross City, Fl 32628 Lunch 11:15 12:15
Dixie High School: 16077 NE 19 Hwy Cross City, FI,32628 Lunch 11:15 -12:00
** Anderson Elementary: 815 SE 351 Hwy Cross City, Fl 32628
6/21/2010 7/22/2010 Monday Thursday Only
Breakfast 8:00 8:30
Lunch 11:30-12:00
** Old Town Elementary: 221 SE 136 Ave. Old Town, Fl 32680
6/21/2010 7/22/2010 Monday Thursday Only
Breakfast 8:00 8:30
Lunch 11:30 12:00
If you have any questions, please contact Linda Fowler, Food Service Coordinator
at 352-498-1295.
Any person who believes he or she has been discriminated against in any USDA-
related activity should write or call Immediately to:
USDA
Director, Office of Civil Rights
1400 Independence Avenue, S.W.
Washington, D.C. 20250-9410
or call (800) 795-3272 (voice) or (202) 720-6382 (TTY)
USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.


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In Loving Memory of our Father and Grandfather Alfred F
Shaffer Sr, who passed away June 17, 2010. Alfred-Shaffer Sr.
is survived by 3 daughters and 3 sons. Kathy Stivale with 5
children, Renee Marcos husband Andres Marcos, Sherie
Richard, Nicholas Stivale, PreDeceased Kayla Stivale.
Frances HM Saad husband Khaled Saad with 3 children,
Joseph Wright, PreDeceased Bruce Stevenson III, and Marcus
Belton. Robin Vazquez husband Derick Vazquez with 3 chil-
dren, Douglas Miller, Robert and Nora Rouse. Walter Shaffer
with 1 child Kayla (Shaffer). Alfred Shaffer Jr. wife Debbie
with 3 children and Morgan Shaffer with 1 child. Alfred Shaf-
fer Sr. had 1 Great grandchild Alex Marcos. Our Father will
be loved and missed greatly by his children, grand children
and great grand children. We love you Happy Fathers Day
Frances, Robin and Kathy. For my dad, I will never forget our
last conversation we had at Petes Restaurant. It meant a lot to
me. Forever remembered Frances
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David I just wanted to say Happy Anniversary to my best
friend, and soul mate. And that I love you very much. And
so thankful for having you in my life. You are the best hus-
band, daddy and papa anyone could ever ask for. This has
been the best 14 years of my life. Love ya, Janet


Lawson you are such a big
boy and you are so sweet
you make our day brighter
just by smiling your lil
smile. You are truly a
blessing to us and we are
so excited that your turn-
ing 1! We love you so, so
much and Iam so pleased
to have you as my son;
stay sweet as ever and the
Lord well bless you. Love
you so much, Mommy,
Daddy and Big brother Logan


In Lowig Memory Ofy Joe W^e Bell, Sr.

Sept, 12, 132-Ju e 26. 1994


Dear Dad, It's been sixteen years since you departed. I still
see you as I did in my last dream of you when you trans-
formed from a tired and beaten man to a young man full of
life, peace and hope vhen you first met Mom. That dream
brought me peace. The family has grown and
prospered...you'd be proud. Brenda and Vic are well. Cassy
graduated from UCF several years ago and married a fine
man, Jeremy. Steve and Lackiea's family had grown with
Alexia and Brianna. They are both precious. Joe and Carole
was blessed with Adam a couple of years after you left. He
is now a teenager. Erica is attending Florida State pursuing
a Masters Degree.and Tommy juggles college with success-
ful and rewarding career. Donna married Art (a dear
friend) several years ago and their relationship is full of joy
and blessedness. Qhery has prospered and raised Jeremy to
be an honorable man. He graduates from high school this
month. Yeah Dad, you would be proud. Roderick and Dar-
lene live in Pennsylvania and had a baby girl, Alexandria,
several years ago. She looks so much like Rod. Kendra con-
tinues her successful career and lives in close proximity to
Joe and myself. We often get together to bike ride or just
have fun. Mom is in good health and continues to be the
mother that holds our family foundation intact and strong.
We all talk to her frequently and visit every chance we get,
especially the Holidays. Me? You know I moved back to Or-
lando days before you passed, and I'm still here, I've a suc-
cessful career. But, more importantly, I finally found inner
peace and traveling the road to true happiness. There's not
a day passes that we don'f think of you...how you help
shape who we are and what we've become. We often speak
in astonishment of how you and Mom successfully raised
eight children with positive values, beliefs and traditions
that will span many, many generations. You left your mark,
Dad....and it was a good mark. With love always. Your
daughter, Linda. We all love you and will always miss you.

Love your Family.


Daddy it seems like a
lifetime since you went
away But it has only
been a year today I
went to visit you yester-
day, all that was there
was the Miss Renee. I
wish I could come to
heaven and spend the
day I would probably
give up this old way I
guess for now I will
have to stay here living
day by day. Until we
meet again upon them
golden shores & walk
hand in hand, you were
not just my idol or a
Daddy but my best
friend.


Love always Matthew, Christine & boys.

Not just a father was he but a daddy and a friend even when
he punished me the purpose had an end. '

He traded away his youth worked hard day aic~ night dedica-
tion revealing truth to raise his children rig itt.

One of the last of a generation of fathers tQoglrand true
earned our respect and admiration like gobd iole models do.

His time on earth had ended and although I'm empty and sad
wounds are somehow mended with loving memories of my
dad.

Love you always, Nathan & Abby

-It's hard for us to believe that it has already been a year since
you went away, it broke our hearts to lose dyou, ibut you did
not go alone, for part of us went with you, the day god called
you home. You loved us all with your whole heart. You
touched so many people far and near forever we hold you in
our hearts. Today you stand in God's bright light, we feel
your presence so near, knowing you're watching over us day
and night. In our hearts you will-remain until the day we
meet again....

We love you, Aaron, Mandy & girls.

We couldn't possibly have known-when we began our mar-
ried life how entwined our lives would become in our journey
as husband and wife. With every year and each passing day
you manage to say "I Love You" in so many different ways.
We had good times & bad, we endured pain, traded moun-
tains & fell into the valleys. But we knew without.trials there
our know testimonies, we've lived in the sunshine and
walked in the rain. I'll always remember it our book.

But now we're separated and for a time apart, but I am not
alone- you're forever in my heart. I'll never wander out of
your sight- I'm the brightest star on a summer night. It'll
never be beyond your reach- I'm the warm moist sand when
you're at,the beach.

There are many times I miss you, & I am all alone, I reach
out to ask, then I realize you left me to take care of a son. At
times I don't think that I am doing things just right, but I
hear that still small voice just talk to me through the Lord
above I'll whisper my answer through the leaves on the trees
or send that dove right to my feet. The time came when for us
to part the angels have taken you home but your memory
lives inside of my heart & so Noah & I will never be alone.
Love you always,
Noah & Gwen


Jeremy, You did it!


Congratulations on your

graduation, we are proud of

you. Love, Mema, Mom,

Stephanie and Aunts, Uncles
and Cousins


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American Legion Auxiliary Installs Officers


American Legion Post 383 Installs New Officers


American Legion Auxiliary 383 installed its new officers for
the year 2010-2011 at a meeting held June 9th at the Post.
The officers are: President: Ardith Porter; 2nd Vice-Presi-
dent: Tommy McCraken; 2nd Vice-Commander: Betty
Wickard; Secretary: Sharon Peterson; Treasurer: Mary
Christians; Chaplain: Shirley Newman; Historian: Candy
Meade; Sgt-at-Arms: Vivian Elko, and members-at-large:
Coleen Phillips; Leila Shires; and Linda Harris. Past Auxil-
iary President, Mary Christians, was the installing officer.

Membership Chairman: Barbara Condon, reminds the
Ladies that dues are due after July 1st for the coming year.
Those paying early will be invited to an "Early Bird Dinner"
in November and we are striving to reach 100% by the
year's end. The dues are still only $20.00- so get your checks
to Barbara as soon as possible. You may leave them at the,
Post if you wish. The Auxiliary meets the 2nd Wednesday
of each month at the Post at 7 PM. We need new members
and invite all of .you to come out to our meetings as we now
great group of ladles who will work to make this a great
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Nature Coast Regional Water
Authotrty
Town Hall Meeting
Set For June 24, 2010 at
6:00 P.M. In Old Town

Old Town, FL, and June 24,
2010: The Nature Coast Re-
gional Water Authority (Au-
thority) will hold an open fo-
rum, 'Town Hall' style meet-
ing on Thursday, June 24,
2010 at 6:00 pm at the Dixie
County School Board Office
Meeting Room in the old,
Old Town Elementary
School in, Old Town, FL.

This meeting will provide
an opportunity to discuss
the 'Draft' Water and Waste-
water Feasibility Feasibility
Study provided to the Au-
thority on Jund 8, 2010. The
proposed projects for the
Dixie County/Old Town
area are:

* Water Service -
Cross City to serve Old
Town ($6.0M to $6.5M)
S Water Service -
NCRWA service from Fan-
ning Springs to Old Town
($3.5M to $4.0M)

* Wastewater Ser-
vice Cross City to Old
Town ($9.0M to $9.5M)

Waitetwer Ser-
vice NCRWA service
from Fannimg'Springs to
Old Town ($7.0~ to
$7.5M) *"


The Town Hall meeting will
convene at the Dixie County
School Board Office Meeting
Room, located in the old
cafeteria of the old, Old
Town Elementary School,
823 SE 349 Hwy, Old Town,
FL 32680 precisely at 6:00 pm
on Thursday, June 24, 2010.

If you have any questions
about this meeting, please
contact the Authority at
17651 NW 90th Court, Fan-
ning Springs, Florida 32693
(Tel: 352.463.2855, Ext 201).


Nature Coast Reglopal Water
Authority Town Hall Meeting Set
For June 24, 2010 at 7:30 P.M.
In Fanning Springs

Fanning Springs, FL, and
June 24, 2010: The Nature
Coast Regional Water Au-
thority (Authority) will hold
an open forum, 'Town Hall'
style meeting on Thursday,
June 24, 2010 at 7:30 pm at
the City of Fanning Springs
City Hall. This meeting will
provide an opportunity to
discuss the 'Draft' Water
and Wastewater Feasibility
Feasibility Study provided
to the Authority on June 8,
2010. Cost effective water
and wastewater service to
portions of Old Town is one
of the top priorities for the
Authority. The proposed
projects in close proximity
to Fanning Springs are:

Water Service -
Cross City to serve Old
Town ($6.OM to $6.5M)
Water Service -
NCRWA service from Fan-
ning Springs to Old Town
($3.5M to $4.0M)

S WasteWater Ser-
vice Cross City to Old
Town ($9.0M to $9.5M)

* Wastewater Ser-
vice NCRWA service
from Fanning Springs to
Old Town ($7.0M to
$7.5M)

S As well as addi-
tional considerations for
Water and Wastewater
Service to Lancaster Cor-
rectional Institution, Ot-
ter' Springs and Hart
Springs Parks.

The Town Hall meeting will
convene at the Fanning
Springs City Hall, 17651 NW
90th Court, Fanning
Springs, Florida 32693 pre-
cisely at 7:30 pm on Thurs-
day, June 24, 2010. If you
have any questions about
this meeting, please contact
the Authority at 17651 NW
90th Court, Fanning
Springs, Florida 32693 (Tel:
352.463.2855, Ext 201).


Young visitors to the Commission Meeting

From COMMISSION, pg 1


Carnes said that "We have
had the police called out
there. One day it was me,.
mowing the lawn and my
lawn mower isn't-souped
up!" The crowd chuckled at
this. Carnes continued "I
don't want to disturb any-
body." He pointed to one of
the children, sitting patient-
ly on the floor in front of
the dais, and said, "Little
Easton, there, is three. I
wish ya'll could see him dri-
ve." He said thatthey're ....
"going to plan something for
the weekend after July
fourth." Chairman Hunt
replied that "I appreciate
ya'll getting the kids in-
volved.".

Tina Brotherton appeared
to protest the new proposed
boat ramp and tourism fees.
County Manager Mike Cas-
sidy informed her that for
now, the boat ramp sticker
program Is on hold for at
least the next 60 days. Broth-
erton said, "I came to talk
against the bed tax. I asked
the motel owners in Fan-
ning Springs if they
thought the tourist 'bed' tax
had helped their business
and they said no. I don't
think we need to put more
on the people. Give the peo-
ple a chance to breathe."
The bed tax will be levied as
a small percentage on each
hotel/condo/camping spot
rental and the proceeds
used to fund promotions of
the area to tourists.


Solid Waste Coordinator Joe
Ruth asked the Commission
to approve leaving the Coun-
ty roll-off sites open over
the July 4th holiday in order
to reduce post-holiday
cleanup behind people who
just dump their garbage
when the dumps are closed.
Chairman Hunt said, "It's
your department, Joe," and
the Commission agreed.
Ruth also asked for approval
on installing a power pole at
roll off sites, one at a time,
Swhich-he says will save on
propane during the winter.
County Manager Mike Cas-
sidy agreed, saying that
"We'll be able to see a re-
turn on the propane." The
request was approved.

County Attorney Jennifer
Ellison informed the Com-
mission that she was not ap-
pointed to a Florida eco-
nomic board to represent
Dixie County, and that the
competition had been very
tough. She said that she no-
ticed that there are no com-
mercial fishermen on the
board at all to represent
their interests and that she
brought that to the attention
of the board, and that she
had sent them her own
name, along with two other
commercial fishermen, to
be considered for the post.

Florida Crown presented
Chairman Marvin Hunt
with the "Florida Crown
Board Member of the Year"
award for his service.


American Legion Post 383, Old Town, installed the following
officers at their meeting on June 16th. They are: Comman-
der: "Sarge" Burnett; 1st Vice-Commander: Steve Harris; 2nd
Vice-Commander: Walt Krueger; 3rd Vice-Commanders:
"Mac" McCracken; Service Officer: John Weidensall, Jr.;
Chaplain: Jerry Prater; Sgt-at-Arms: Clifford Blanchard;
Judge Advocate: Dan Barren; Adjutant: John Hancock; His-
torian: Joe Elko; Members-at-Large: Gene Paulk; Billy Ralli-
son; John Conlih, Russell Seymour; and immediate Past
Post Commander: "Chris" Christians. Not shown is: Finance
Officer: Allen Ellison. The above officers will serve for the
year 2010-2011. A reception followed the ceremony.

If you are a member of Post 383, we look forward to seeing
you in the Post. Remember, July 2st starts the new year and
dues are due. Pay your dues early and receive an "Early Bird
Dinner" in November. We need your help in getting 100%
membership by the end of the year. We are looking for new
members as well. The Post meets the 3rd Wednesday of
every month at 7P.M. We have karaoke/music every Tues-
day, Friday and Saturday nights beginning at 7 PM. For
more information, please call 352 542 2021 9 AM to 11 PM.


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I veral requests
for my Cabbage Roll Casse-
role recipe so this week is
going to be a rerun. This is
one of our favorites and
Hubby doesn't really even
like cabbage.

cabbage iRoLL casseroLe

1 small head of cabbage
chopped
1 small onion diced
1 large carrot diced (or grat-
ed or even sliced)
1 lb. Hamburger (I used
ground venison)
2 cans diced tomatoes
1 jar spaghetti sauce (I use
Hunts Bold and Spicy It
gives it some kick)
2 cups cooked rice (you can
use iinstant if you want)
1 to 2 cups grated cheddar
cheese
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Grease a 9 X 13 pan. Cook
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Drain off tat. Add carrot
and onion and cook until
soft. Add garlic and cook a
few minutes. Add the toma-
toes, spaghetti sauce and
rice. Add the cabbage. Try
not to add so much cab-
bage the casserole
won't fit into your
pan. Mix well. Salt
and pepper to taste.
Bake for 1 hour.
Sprinkle the cheese
over the top. I usual-
ly put at least 2 cups
but you can go less
to cut calories or
leave this step out.,
If you use lean
ground meat and 4
skip the cheese this is a low
calorie meal. Bake until the
cheese is brown and bubbly.
I don't make any sides, This,
dish has vegetable, protein
and starch. I consider it a
one pot meal. A few hints. If
I know I am going to make
this recipe I will make extra
rice earlier in the week so I
won't have to dirty another
pot. I put my pan on top of a


sneet pan so It i nave a DOll
over it won't mess up my
stove. You also want to make
sure there is enough liquid
to cook the cabbage so add
some water if the mixture
seems too dry.
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Log Cabin Quilters News


Peggy Williams is very proud to show us her first quilt. She's ready to start
another one now.
The Log Cabin Quilters met Thursday, June 16th at the
Levy County Quilt Museum. It was a busy day as Joyce
brought in bags of fabric and everyone had a great time de-
ciding what to make out of the fabric. Some of the fabric was
several years old.
We enjoyed having eight ladies from Middleburg, Florida
to visit., We always enjoy hearing about how people get into
quilting. This group is from a church and they make quilts
that are sent all over the world. They are machine quilted
and that's the best way when you don't know who will get the
quilt and how they will take care of it.
We donated two quilts to Hospice in Chiefland this week.
They needed them for the men and I know they will find a
great use for them. Our Chiefland Hospice is a wonderful
place, everyone is so pleasant and it makes us feel good know-
ing this if we have or have had someone there. My brother,
Jim Mercer, is there and he gets the best of care.
Ann called and said that Goldie would be coming home
soon. She is doing great and it will be so good to see her
again.
Thursday lunch was chicken and noodles, bar-b-que
chicken, fried corn fritters, slaw, watermelon, cantaloupe,
chocolate cake, cookies and so much more.


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KOREA- THE
FORGOTTEN
WAR

June 25th 2010, will mark
the 60th anniversary of the
beginning of the Korean
War. The War whs officially
described as a "police ac-
tion", due to the lack of a
declaration of war by con-
gress.
Following World War II at
the Potsdam Conference (
August 1945), the allies de-
cided to divide Korea, with-
out consulting the Koreans.
The peninsula had been un-
der Japanese rule until this
time. The country was di-
vided along the 38th paral-
lel, with the US occupying
the south, and the Soviet
Union the north.
When communist North Ko-
rea, with the aid of commu-
nist People's Republic of
China, invaded South Ko-
rea, the US responded to de-
fend South Korea.
President Truman acknowl-
edged that fighting the inva-
sion was essential to the
American goal of global
containment of commu-
nism.
"If the communists were-
permitted fo force their way
into the Republic of Korea
without opposition from the
free world, no small nation
would have the courage to
resist threat and aggression
by stronger communist
neighbors."
General Douglas Mac
Arthur, Supreme Comman-
der in Korea, was relieved of
his duties by President Tru-
man in April of 1951, for ag-
Sgressively crossing the 38th
parallel in an attempt to
bring a quick end to the war.
General Matthew Ridgeway,
Commander of the US
Eighth Army, was appointed
to MacArthur's position.
The new command' of the
Eighth Army was mineral l
James Van Fleet. As a side
note, Van Fleet was the head


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football coach of the Univer-
sity of Florida Gators (1923-
24). Van Fleet had graduated
from West Point in 1915 with
future Generals Omar
Bradley and Dwight D.
Eisenhower, the future Pres-
ident of the United States.
After Eisenhower became
President, his first priority
was to end the War. Under
his guidance, a cease fire
and the end of the war came
on July 27,1953.
22 UN Nations were in-
volved in the aiding of
South Korea. North Korea
received aid from People's
Republic of China, and the
Soviet Union.
On July 27,2009, President
Obama signed H.R.2632, the
Korean War Veterans Recog-
nition Act. The bill added
National Korean War Veter-
ans Armistice Day to the
list of days in which flag
display is especially encour-
aged.
"The freedom ,security, and
prosperity that we enjoy as
a nation exists only because
of the heroic and selfless
sacrifices of America's ser-
vicemen and women.

Today, we owe special re-
membrance to the veterans
of the Korean War, and es-
pecially the United States
and allied combatants who
made the ultimate sacrifice
in Korea. For Their coura-
geous actions in.pursuit of
freedom and democracy for
the Korean peninsula, these
dedicated men and women
deserve our unending re-
spect and gratitude". H.R.
2632 passed the House by a
vote of 421-0 and the senate
by unanimous consent.

Although the conflict is of-
ten referred to as the "For-
gotten War", the men and
women who served, were
killed (36,574),wounded
(92,000), and still missing
(8000), should NEVER be
forgotten.


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Furnished 1 and' 2 bedroom Condo's
now available to i-eit long term @ $550
to $700. Included in rent; Cable, Inter-
net, Local calls, Hot Tub, on site laun-
dry Call:352-498-7740 or Brian:813-677-
9640


MH 4 Rent, 2BR 1Bath 400.00 a month
pulse deposit in Cross City. call 498-
7632
House for rent 3BR 11/2 Bath block
house large laundry room and car-
port, fenced in back yard, located 224
NE 147th Street Cross City, HUD ap-
proved. Call 210-0318
MH 4 rent 3BR 11/2 Bath 400.00 a
month. 210-0696
2BR 2Bath single wide MH in Cross
City, 400.00 a month + deposit. 498-
7632
For Rent
2BR 1Bath single wide
3BR 2Bath double wide
3BR 1Bath double wide located on 55A
No Pets, No smoking 498-3273 or 356-
2252

TIMBERS
APARTMENTS

1,2, AND 3 BR, HC & non-HC accessi-
ble apts. Rental Assistance may be
available. 231 NE 97th St., Cross City,
FL. Call 352-498'-3179, TDd/TTY 711.
"This institutiori i an equal opportu-
nity provider and employer."

Timbers Apartments

Available immediately a 3 bedroom
handicap accessible apartment with
rental assistance. 231 NE 97th Street,
Cross City, FL. Call 352-498-3175,
TDD/TTY 711. This institution is an
equal opportunity provider and em-
ployer.
UFN
House for rent, 1BR 2BR walking dis-
sents in the Town of Cross City
450.00 a month and deposit. Call 1-407-
879-0126
2BR 1Bath on 5 acre's out in the coun-
try section 8 housing 400.00 a month
pulse deposit, call 542-9952


Higginbothams Store: we have peas
and Watermelons. call 542-7108
PEAS AND OKRA.......578-4355
Goats for sale. Call 498-0199
FREE KITTENS 9 to 10 weeks old
and they are wormed. Call 498-2281
Puppy 4 sale maltese-mini yorki
mixed it's a male 6 weeks old and I'm
asking 150.00 Call 542-7404 or 578-4627
Dachsunds 8 weeks old with health
certs 300.00 call 352-535-7733
Picked okra for sale call 542-7648
GA. Free Stone Peaches! taken or-
ders now 251b box large right peach-
es $11.00 or 251b virm med. peaches
$12.00. Please let me have your order
by July 9th. For you to pick up be-
tween 3-6 PM Saturday July 10th.
Call Jerry 498-5892

'2 PLIA SALE
A& K NURSERY

Plant Sale

Crape Myrtles
(All Colors) 3 gal, 8.00
7 gal. 1.)o0 *Pppers and
Tomatoes (Ready to Eat) 1
gal. 1.00 3 ga.4i)00 Lots of in
store specialsaA&K Nursery
Mon- Sat 95;Hwy 19 N
Cross C-ii 356-1189





31FT FIFTH WHEEL 2002 2 slides
16,500.00. call 542-2023
1988 SKYLINE 28 FQOT BUMPER
PULL camped good condition. 3700.00
or OBO. Call 356&2009 leave message
1994 ISUZU PICKUP truck high speed
A/C 98000 miles, 1550.00. Call 356-2009
leave message

For Sale 1992 sky line MH signal
wide 2BR 1 1/2Bath 14X56 asking
6,000.00. call Jason at 210-2267 or 498-
5616

DELL Computer monitor, old-style,
big $10.00 498-7524
Business printer $20 498-7524
EDUCATIONAL SMART CYCLE for
kids $20
498-7524

BAJA MINI BIKE 300.00 4 speed 4x4
tranny with transfer case 500.00, 2
transfer cases 300.00 a piece, call 352-
260-6130

40 CONCRETE DECK BLOCKS $3.50
all for $125.00 498-5700 leave message


GRAIN FED BEEL.- steaKs, roastii.
ground beef, and more. USDA in-
spected. No hormones Evergreen
Polled Herefords 352-498-0880. ever-
greenherefordbeef.com

GRAIN FED BEEF- hormone free.
1/, /% or whole, $1.50 per Ib, live
weight plus slaughter, cut and wrap.
Evergreen Polled Herefords 352-498-
0880 or 352-542-7135

GATEWAY DESKTOP computer,
19in monitor, keyboand / mouse,
bastion sound system, stand up
phone, DVD player, converts to TV,
Windoxs 98, lexmark printer copier.
325.00 Call 498-7040

COMPUTER DESK (50"x24") honey
oak, closed computer compartment,
keyboard sheft, file drawers, disc
storage, matching hutch and two 5ft
bookcases. 300.00 Call 498-7040

FOR SALE: Dutchman camper, 35
Sft., 30,000 KW generator on trailer,
Sea Lion boat needs work, Air
boat. Call for more information or
to see. Cedric or Chris Lord 498-
5841.

Chest freezer 4x38 $50. 352-281-4830.

Beige Sectional sofa $200, Custom
made gun cabinet holds 8, $500 OBO,
Washer/Dryer $200'Call 904-657-3350.

Silver Camper top 100.00. Call 542-
9424

88 Chevy K5 Blazer V8 New tires PS
PB 3,000.00 OBO 352-258-3428

93 transport van 10 passenger A/C
runs good 2,000.00 OBO Call 498-6043
or 356-2236

MH 4 sale 1992 10x60 newly remodeled
w/ deck 3BR IBath must be moved
6,000.00. call 498-2687
Tanning bed 30 bulb face tanner su-
per, asking 1800.00. call 578-5961
6 church pews 16 ft long 100.00 a
piece, piano 100.00 call 498-7167


-LNA'SWANlED


CNA wanted apply at Suwannee
River Econonic council 498-2714
contact H. Johnson for further
info.

Need a reliable Babysitter Mon-
Fri, will babysit in my home be-
tween Trenton and Bell call
356-1485

Need a babysitter in my home
Mon-Fri and some Saturdays
please call Glorianna at
352-578-5683

Salt Creek Restaurant in Suwa-
nee, is now hiring experience
Cook and Sever. Call for inter-
view 542-7072

RN, to serve as MDS COORDINA-
TOR, Full time--Must have expe-
rience. Apply in person only Tri
County Nursing Home, 7280 S.W
State Road 26, Trenton, FL
EOE/DFWP



ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
MATHEMATICS
Teach college-level and prepara-
tory mathematics courses; work
with colleagues for the advance-
ment of departmental goals. Re-
quires Master's degree in appro-
priate area related to mathemat-
ics; or Master's degree with min-
imum of 18 graduate credit
hours in course work centered
on mathematics.

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
BIOLOGY
Teach General Biology and Mi-
crobiology Requires Master's de-
gree in Biology or Microbiology
with at least 18 graduate hours
in the subject area.

Salary: Based on degree and ex-
perience, plus benefits.
Application Deadline: 7/20/10
Persons interested should pro-
vide College application, vita,
and photocopies of transcripts.
All foreign transcripts must be
submitted with official transla-
tion and evaluation.
Position details and applications
available on web at: www.fgc.edu
Human Resources
Florida Gateway College
149 S.E. College Place
Lake City Fl 32025-2007
Phone (386) 754-4314
Fax (386) 754-4814
E-Mail: humanr@fgc.edu
FGC is accredited by the Com-
mission on Colleges of the
Southern Association of Col-
leges and Schools.
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in Edu-
cation and Employment
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down and low payments. We
have systems for every budget
including buying or renting
your equipment. For all of your
water problems call your local
WATTS dealer DAVID. B.
DOWNING (352) 356-0474 or (352)
498-2449. We service what we
sell! A member of the Florida
Quality Water.


JIM'S PRESSURE WASH &
PAINT
Since 1985. Please call
Pastor Jim Hurst.
(352) 498-3023
(352) 356-3831

DIXIE MONUMENTS serving
North Central Florida for 16
years. Open Tuesday-Friday 8-4.
Saturday 8-12 or call for appoint-
ment anytime. located on 512 Av-
enue (behind McCrabb Church) 7
miles North of Old Town on Hwy
349. 542-3432 or toll free 1-877-542-
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Cleaning, Tile & Grout Cleaning,
Grout Color Sealing, 24 Hour Fire
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Com petitive pricing, Paypal
checkout available. Katherine
NlcKinney, St.Cert.Gen.REA
#2277 352-542-0103 leave message.


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ACROSS
1. Marina features
6. Barry Manilow
song locale
10. PDQ, ii the ICU
14. "The Sopranos"
restaurateur
15. State firmly
16. Cellar stock
17. Dull finish
18. Chicago
exchange, for
short
19. Utah ski center
20. McDonald's
offering
23. Sushi bar order
24. Like an oboe's
tone
25. Walked briskly
29. Sgt. Friday
carried one
32. La Scala
performance
33. One of the
Osmonds
34. Took the bait
37. Lack of
enthusiasm
41. Drano ingredient
42. April 1st baby,
e.g.
43. Woody's musical
'son
44. Liver or pancreas
45. Fencers' moves
47. Name in kitchen
foil
50. Saturn model
51. "Onward!"
58. Trampled
59. Intense exam
60. Caravan
stopovers
62. Tear apart
63. Get pooped
64. Like Bo-Peep's
flock
65. Mideast's Gulf of

66. Fax button
67. Obama's paternal
homeland


DOWN
1. Anti-stick spray
2. '80s foe of Iran
3. Rebuke from
Caesar
4. "Lovely" Beatles
girl
5. Get really
steamed
6. Former cigarette
huckster Joe
7. [Continued on
other side]
8. Criminal, in police
lingo
9. With the bow
10. Al Jolson classic
11. The squiggle in
"S&o Paulo"
12. Started the kitty
13. Like an onion
peeler, perhaps '


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Enjoy working outdoors? Like to
earn a good income? Consider
welding at Lake City Community
College. Enroll now for day, night
or Saturday classes. Financial
aid available. No high school
diploma or GED required. Call
(386) 754-4214 for details.
20-25

Enjoy doing repairs? Like to
earn a good income and/or start
your own business? Consider
Heating/AC or commercial re-
frigeration at Lake City Commiu-
nity College. Enroll now for day,
night or Saturday classes. Class-
es begin August 23. Financial aid
available. No high school diplo-
ma required. Call (386) 754-4214
for details.
20-25


Work Wanted: loving mother
of three, looking to keep a
couple of children in my
home in Cross City Monday-
Friday and some Saturdays.
Please call Mrs. Cherry at
578-5683

DEPENDABLE STAY AT HOME
MOM looking to babysit in my
home.All time slots available, af-
fordable rates, non smoking,
non drinking home nb indoor
pets please call 352-542-3210

SUMMER CHILD CARE avail-
able for $5.00 per dar, call Janna
for more information at
(352)682-0617.

Will work 16 to 20 hours a week
watching elderly people, clean-
ing and shopping if needed call
Marie 542-2576


GALORE!

ANNUAL YARD SALE!!


The First United Methodist Church of Cross City will sponsor their
Annual Yard Sale to benefit the Vacation Bible School program on
Saturday,
June 26, 2010, in the Liles Fellowship Hall. If you have been to these
before, you know what a treat is in store forthe smart shoppers in the
area! A huge array of everything imaginable willbe on sale at bar-
gain basement prices.We will also have a great bake sale for your
sweet tooth. Be sure to come out on Saturday, June 26th, beginning at
8:00 AMuntil 1:00 PM. Liles Fellowship Hall, First United Methodist
Church ofCross City, across from the park, behind the Courthouse.
See you there!

YARD SALE SATURDAY on Horseshoe Hwy the Green House at the
caution light across from AEMS and RRMS from 8 AM till ?







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"We Drill the Best & Service the Rest"
SALES, SERVICE, AND INSTALLATION
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OLD TOWN 352-542-7877


21. time (course
slot)
22. Pushed strongly
25. Satirical Mort
26. Highchair feature
27. Stir up
28. Bumbling sort
29. Made public
30: Cultural doings
31. Trivial Pursuit
cube
33. Principal duct
34. Floating hazard
35. Home to Gilligan
36. General
chicken
38. George, football's
"Papa Bear"
39. Mound stat
40. Tandoori-baked
bread
44. Like fairy-tale
Sgose eggs


45. Mauna
46. Release, in a
way
47. Broadcast
workers' org.
48. Like tabloid
stories
49. Garlic hunk
50. Twiddled one's
thumbs
52. Stud stakes
53. Pennsylvania p,
city
54. Yield as profit
55. Roof overhang
56. "It's to tell...'
57. Declare untrue
61. "... two if by


ADJUNCT INSTRUCTORS
FALL 2010
Anatomy & Physiolo-
gy
Evening classes: Master's de-
gree in Human Anatomy and
Physiology or a Master's degree
with 18 graduate semester
hours in Human Anatomy and
Physiology Contact Paula Ci-
fuentes at
paula.cifuentes@fgc.edu.
Speech
Day classes. Master's degree in
speech or Master's plus 18 grad-
uate hours in communication
courses. Contact Tim Moses at
tim.moses@fgc.edu.
Philosophy and Reli-
gion
Day classes. Master's Degree in
religion or Master's in Philoso-
phy required or Master's degree
plus 18 graduate hours in either
religion or philosophy Contact
Tim Moses at
tim.moses@fgc.edu.
S Ethics
Day classes. Master's degree in
philosophy or Master's plus 18
graduate hours in philosophy
required. Contact Tim Moses at
tim.moses@fgc.edu.
Principles of Quality
Assurance
Introduction to principles and
practices of Quality Assurance
and Continuous Improvement.
Must have Master's degree in
quality engineering, industrial
engineering, engineering or
management or Master's degree
with 18 graduate hours in some
combination of the above fields.
Bachelor's degree with five
years experience in a quality
related field will be considered.
Teaching experience preferred.
Contact Bob Deckon at 386-754-
4442 or robert.deckon@fgc.edu.
Manufacturing Mate-
rials and Processes
Properties of materials and the
principles, tools and equipment
used in modern manufacturing
processes. Must have Master's
degree in Industrial Engineer-
ing, engineering or manage-
ment or Master's degree with 18
graduate hours in some combi-
nation of the above fields in a
manufacturing environment.
Bachelor's degree with five
years experience in a manufac-
turing environment will be con-
sidered. Teaching/training ex-
perience preferred. Contact Bob
Deckon at 386-754-4442 or
robert.deckon@fgc.edu.
Mechanical Measure-
ment and Instrumentation
Mechanical and electronic mea-


surement concepts, principles
and techniques used in manu-
facturing. Must have Master's
degree in engineering, quality
or management or Master's de-
gree with 18 graduate hours in
some combination of the above
fields in a manufacturing or
machine tool environment.
Bachelor's degree with five
years experience in a manufac-
turing or machine tool environ-
ment will be consider. Teaching
or training experience pre-
ferred. Contact Bob Deckon at
386-754-4442 or
robert.deckon@fgc.edu.
S Developmental Writ-
ing
Bachelor's degree in English,
composition, or related field re-
quired. Master's degree pre-
ferred. Contact Carrie Rodesiler
at carrie.rodeslier@fgc.edu.
S Developmental Mathe-
matics
Daytime classes. Minimum re-
quirement is a Bachelor's de-
gree in mathematics or a math-
ematics-related field. Contact
Carrie Rodesiler at carrie.rode-
siler@fgc.edu.
S Developmental Read-
ing
Bachelor's degree required.
Contact Carrie Rodesiler at car-
rie.rodesiler@fgc.edu.
S Student Success
Instructors needed to teach day
sections) of SLS 1101, a course
designed to develop student
skills essential for success in
college-level course work. Mas-
ter's degree required. Contact
Carrie Rodesiler at carrie.rode-
siler@fgc.edu.
Nail Technician
Esthetics Specialty
Evening classes (Mon-Thurs 5-
9). License in area with at least
three years of experience re-
quired. Contact Carol McLean
at 386-754-4411 or
carol.mclean@fgc.edu or
Michelle Jones at 386-754-4264
or michelle.jones@fgc.edu
College application and copies
of transcripts required. All for-
eign transcripts must be sub-
mitted with a translation and
evaluation. Application avail-
able at www.fgc.edu
FGC is accredited by the South-
ern Association of Colleges and.
Schools
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Attention Osteens
Osteen Family Reunion Saturday June 26, 2010 at the 1;st
'district community building on Hwy 349, Lunch served at
12:00 please bring a side dish and desert, and come early
and stay late. ntion teens

E eryenone welcome to come. You may call Annie Osteen 498-
8076


Dotti South and thu
Slackers to Perform Free
Concert

Dotti South and the Slack-
ers have been invited to per-
form on the outdoor stage in
the square at Tioga Town
Center just west of
(ainisville on Sunday June
27th from 3:00 7:00 p.m.
The T''io.i1 T I1 i n Center is of-
ltirlng: a K'.ni Concert Se-
ries the last Sin;l:v of the
onIth ltliuw:-h August. The
concerts are Iu:I\ frieutdlI
and concert gi'I's a O en-
,lini-t'edi to bring lawn
chairs or blankets and a pitc
nc basket to e joy the
ovning if li v music, The
con(wrts are ,r'io.,t Tlo;,l
l, n CI 'LIt'Ier '- S m 0itlIt i 1'P
tertainment st'ri.s '1'he Cen-
ter is ilo' ot ini Mo\ It'!
on the Su.u ii v on flh second
Friiaiy of th n mt'th at dusk.
The Tioga Town Center is an
award-winning enterprise
that mixes residential living
with shops and offices 'v.i;h .
presrrvin.g ,opnl space. Thr:
stage is centrally located be-
tween the residential area
and the many shops and
restaurants that are part of
the Tioga Town Center.
These Summer Si:cs events
are free and op-rn to the pub-
lic.
Dotti Soth and the SIjr k:rs
is a local group from the 1Ih:x
ie Cot: n, area (cjrT:pr!,,r'dfl of
Dotti Leichner on bass and
v'or,.alc. anti B'b Leichner on
drums, both of whom own
Dixie M.u.sc (enter in Old


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Obituaries and Faith


Audrey Rae NesSmith

MRS. AUDREY RAE NesSMITH of Trenton, Florida
passed away Saturday, June 19, 2010 at Ayers Health and
Rehab. She was 78.

Born in York, PA, Mrs. NesSmith
moved to Trenton in 1950. She re-
tired as supervisor of housekeep-
ing at Medic Ayers Rehab and
Health Facility after 14 years of
service. She enjoyed doing yard
work and was a member of
Bethel Baptist Church.

She is survived by a son, James
NesSmith, Sr. of Trenton; daugh-
ters, Kardl (Ben) Lindsey of Hatch
Bend,'and Sheila (Gary) Pinner of Cross
City; brother, Dale Hughes of York, PA; sisters, Dot Salis-
bury and Jean DeSheilds, both of York, PA; 7 grandchil-
dren and 10 great grandchildren.

A memorial service will be held Saturday, June 26, 2010 at
11:00 AM at Bethel Baptist Church with Rev. Jake Cravey
." J' ,j
officiating. Arrangements have been placed under the
care of the Rick Gooding Funeral Home, Cross City, Flori-
da, 352-49d-5400.


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r Charles Sidney Whitby

MR. CHARLES SIDNEY WHITBY, SR. of Old Town passed
away Sunday, June 20, 2010 at North Florida Regional Hos-
pital. He was 53.

Mr. Whitby was a lifelong resident of Dixie County who
enjoyed putting together model cars and spending time
with his family especially his grandchildren. He was a
self -emnployed carpenter.

He is survived by sons Charles Whitby Jr. of Old Town
and Phillip'Grantham of Old Town; daughter Elizabeth
Grantham of Old Town; brother, Ronnie Whitby of Old
Town; sister, Cynthia Edwards of Old Town and 2 grand-
children.

A memorial service will be held Saturday, June 26, 2010 at
12:00 Noon at his home, 122 NE 426th Avenue, Old Town,
Florida. Arrangements have been placed under the care
of the Rick Gooding Funeral Home, Cross City, Florida,


S5-498-5400.


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FIRST BAPTIST OF
STEINHATCHEE NEWS

Pastor Holden preached a
sermon titled: "The Greatest
FATHER That Hhs Ever
Lived"! There has never
been a time, we have not had
a HEAVENLY FATHER! Our
Heavenly FATHER has given
each of us a home in Glory
someday! It was a wonderful
message about thinking of
HIS attributes! HE is where
we came from! HE is the be-
ginning! Bro. Leon spoke
about the many attributes
our HEAVENLY FATHER
has! HE is eternal, unchange-
able and is all powerful! HE
created this earth, it's crea-
tures and all of us, now and
in the past. HE has all knowl-
edge and high moral stan-
dards! HE is just, Holy and
is present'with us all the
time. And HE is peace, joy
and love!

We celebrated Father's Day
with some masculine love
gifts to some of our men! We
were honored to have
Charles Miller, Pastor Hold-
en's dad get the first gift!
Bobby Lundy received the
gun clmnniig kit, with Chris
Brigadlf etng a gas can!
The Stanley wrench set went
to Leon Holden III, Mitch
Mitchell -the Magi flashlight,
Mike Blakely -the Reese
tiedown straps, Harry Gatlin
a battery charger, Matthew
Ellison a Zebco fishing rod
and Cliff Bubar the Igloo ice
chest!D'aj'i you missed out if
you did not join us last Sun-
day! Wemissed youf

Our special music was
Mitch Mitchell and Leon
Holden playing their guitar
and mandalyn as they sang:
"If That Isn't Love" and "The
Lighthouse"! What a testimo-
ny to our fathers If you are
a father ...are you a light-
house in your family, at work
in your neighborhood or in
your circle of friends. Are
you standing tall and shin-
ning for the LORD? Are you
the beacon that shows your
wife, children, grand-chil-
dren or great grand-children
the safe way to go? What are
you teaching your children?
Do they see your light shine
for JESUS? Are you rescuing
your family from the devil?


JUST A THOUGHT: A par-
ent's life.... is a child's guide-
book for the rest of his life!
Dad's.... be a bright shinning
lighthouse in your home,
family and community..be-
cause someone is following
in your footsteps!
# Don't forget the VBS meet-
ing for anyone working or
wanting to work in our sum-
mer Vacation Bible School!
This year the theme is "Sad-
dle Ridge Ranch". beginning
on July 26th thru 30th! The
meeting will be after services
next Sunday!

Welcome to a precious baby
girl: Gracelynn Shyann Mor-
row, born on May 13, 2010 at
6:37 A.M.! She weighed 7 lbs.
3 oz. and was 19 1/2 inches
long. Little Gracelynn is the
grand-daughter of Kenny
and Lisa Morrow! And the
proud great- grandmother is
Janice Morrow! Yes, the ex-
tremely proud parents of th,
"little gift from Heaven" is
Garrett and Chelsea Corbin
Morrow! Their house was re-
cently enlarged by ..."two
feet"! The entire family is
truly blessed! Congratula-
tions to everyone!!,

Remember: Joy shared is joy
doubled...share it everyday!

Sandy Coleman


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Lillian Frances Welkie


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Lillian Frances Welkie, age 77, of Old Town, Florida
passed away June 14, 2010.


Ms. Welkie as a school bus driver ,
for the Pinellas County School
System for 14 years and was ,
also a member of the Ameri- .
can Legion Auxiliary, the
Ladies ofthe VFW Auxiliary
and"& Women of the Moose
Lod She moved to Dixie
County in 1982 from Clearwater,
Florida.

She is survived by her son William
Beach of Lecanto, Florida, her step-daughter Donna
Hanna of Interlachen, Florida and two grandchildren.

There was a memorial service at her home on Saturday,
June 26,.2010. Arrangements were placed under the care
of Rick Gooding Funeral Home, Cross City, Florida, 352-
498-5400.

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Grace M. Mott


Mott Grace M., 90 of Horseshoe Beach FL, died May 15th.

A native of Peru, Indiana, she moved to Tampa area in
1930 from Indiana. She worked for Jack's Cookies Co. after
27 years in Tampa.

She is survived by 3.daughters: Vera J. Hutchins of Texas,
Libby Peat of Wesley Chapel FL, Gracie E. McEver of
Horseshoe Beach FL, 13 grandchildren and 16 great
grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her son, Ter-
ry J Mott SR, of Richmond VA.

She was a member of East Pasco Association for the Deaf
nd Baptist.


Pentecostal Holiness
News

Do you sometimes hesitate
to share about God because
you are not sure what to
say? Even Paul a great
evangelist and teacher, did
not count on flowery speech
or his ability to persuade
people: he depended on the
Holy Spirit to speak through
him. Let us begin to ask the
Holy spirit to speak through
us and believe that he will.
First Corinthians 2:5 teach-
es us not to put our faith in
human wisdom or philoso-
phy, but in the power of
God.

No one discerns the
thoughts of God except the
Spirit of God. Since the
Holy Spirit knows the se-
cret council of God, It is a
vital necessity for us to
know how to hear what He
wants to says to us. The
Holy spirit helps us realize
and comprehend and appre-
ciate the gifts of divine fa-
vor and blessing that God
bestows on us. Human wis-
dom does not teach us this
truth; it comes from the
Holy Spirit, who gives us
the mind of Christ.

Thank You, God, for prepar-
ing for me things that my
eyes have not seen, my ears
have not heard,and my
heart has not thought of-
things that can only be re-
vealed to me by your spirit.
(Adapted from I Corinthi-
ans 2: 9&10) Ask God to give


Please study the plan of



SALVATION


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


Hebrews 4:12
2 Corinthians 5:10


John 14:6
Acts 4:12

Matthew 10:32-33

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

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


We love you and ask that
you pass this on.

God Will Bless You


you the mind of Christ to-
day June 23rd C. J. Hodge
will be speaking in the
Wednesday night service, '
we invite you to join us at
7:00 pm for this one night re-
vival, you will be blessed.

July 4th PHC will be host-
ing a Picnic at the Hudson
Ball Park everyone is invit-
ed to attend. There
will be more details given in
next weeks paper. So mark
you calendars for this fun
filled day.


Theloise Allen


MRS. THELOISE ALLEN of Cross City passed away Fri-
day, June 18, 2010 at Palm Gardens in Gainesville. She
was 92.

Mrs. Allen was born in
Hawkinsville, GA on November
21, 1917 to John Frasier and
Mary Lou Walker. She mar-
ried the late John Emziah and
had two sons. She later mar
ried Frank Allen and moved
to Cross City in 1953. For sev-
eral years she and Frank
owned and operated Fashion
Cleaners. .


She is survived by sons, John
Emziah (Aletha) of Cross City, FL
and Theodore Emziah (Angela) of
Columbus, GA and several grandchildren
friends.


Funeral services will be held Wednesday, June 23, 2010 at;
12:00 noon at the Rick Gooding Funeral Home Chapel
with Rev. Jake Cravey officiating. Burial will follow at
Eugene Community Cemetery

Arrangements have been placed under the care of the
Rick Gooding Funeral Home, Cross City, Florida, 352-498-
V400. ..Al




The Family of Leonard Lee would like to Thank every-
one for their prayers, visits, flowers, cards, calls and
food during the time of our loss; they were
greatly appreciated.

Thank you and God Bless, The Lee Family
.


New Prospect Church

News

New Prospect wishes to
thank the many workers
that so graciously put their
all in BIBLE SCHOOL. It
was a huge success. We pray
that each child was touched
and went away with a bless- -
ing.

Bro. Billy brought the morn-
ing message from Luke. It
gave our Fathers reminders
where they stand in the fam-
ily and reminded us of our
responsibility towards our


Fathers We thank God for
the Godly Fathers.

Our church is getting ready
for the church retreat at
KOA campgrounds on
the river July 9-17. This is a'
fun time but also a time of
fellowship and teachings.
There will guest speakers
and dinner each night.

We were glad to see all of
our visitors and invite you,.'
back to worship with us. ^
Please remember the sick'
ones in our church and
county. Lets pray for mira-,
cles!


S Romani s 15i11 (NIV) New Prospect Baptist Church Calvary Temple Assembly of God
US 19 Between Cross City & Old Town Suwannee Lumber Road Cross City
11 And again, Jesus Is The Answer ForYour Life "Join Us ForAVisit. Stay ForAUfetime."
"Praise the Lord, allyou Gen- Sunday School A Morning Worhip A SudayWorship- 10:0A
raise the Lord, all you Gen- Children's Church 11A. Evening Worship 7P Wednesday Evening Service- 7P
tiles, and sing praises to him, all. Wednesday Evening7P KKCurch-Ages 3-5&6-12
you peoples." Pastor Billy Robson Pastor Jim Hurst.
(352) 498-3711 (352) 498-3023

First Baptist Church of Old Town Old Town United Methodist Church The Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
"Welcome To God's House Won't You Come On In" US 19 Old Town
Sunday School 10A Morning Worship 1A Food Pantry Open Sam -11am, Mon Thurs.
Evening Worship 6P "Come Let Us Worship & Adore Him' 4 miles orth of Wa.nlart n IM' 19
Wednesday Bible Study 7P Sunday Worship 9:30A
Knock & the door will open, seek & you willfind. ask & you will be Church School 11A 352-493-4597
given if eternally. Wednesday Choir Practice 7P BI s i
Pastor- Royce Hanshew Pastor- Rev. Carl Ralnear ie Cla ss 9 5am
(352) 542-7050 (352) 542-7954 Wonslp Serlbce 10:30 am

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

F a h Scrub Creek Baptist Church Cross City Church of God
Located 6 Miles East on CR 351 Kenneth Street Cross City
"A Friendly Church With A Welcome Spirit" "Proclaiming The Full Gospel ForAll People"
Worship Svice A Children's Church 10:30A- Morning Worship 10:30A
Bible Study 9:45A. Worship Service -11A Evening Worship 6:30P
Church Training -6P Evenig Worship -7P Wednesday Family Training Hour Adult & Teen Ministry,
Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7P Boy's Brigade & Girl's Club 7:00P
Pastor Archie Knowles Rev. Ed & Sylvia Ivey, Pastor
I (352) 498-5535 (352) 498-3280

First United Methodist Church Seventh-Day Adventist Church Cross Ci Pltecostal Holness ClMrch, I
22 NE 138th St Cross City Cross City Behind Subway-Cross Cit I
"Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors" in the Heart of Dixie Co. with Dixie Co. at heart
The People of The United Methodist Church "Welcomes You Where Jesus is Lord' In the Heart of Dixie Co. with Dixie o. at heart
Sabbath School 9:30A Moring Worship 11A Sunday School 10:00 am Morning Worship 11:00 ant
Sunday School 9:45A Morning Worship 11A Wednesday Prayer Meeting 6:30P Sunday Evening 6:00 PM
Wednesday -Adult Choir 7:30P Wed Family Night 7:00 pm
Pastor Rev. Glenda Brayman Pastor Bill Schnorbus Pastor Randy & Alicia Richardson
(352) 498-3420 H (352) 498-3258 C (352) 498-5674 352-498-0736
S Faith Baptist Church
Grow your congregation! CR 55A(Between Cross City &Old Town)
Grow your congregationT
"The Church With An Open Door"
Sunday School 9:45A Morning Worship 11A
Your church can be here Evening Worship-7P
fpMid-Week Bible Study Wednesday 7P
Sfor $6.25 per week! Rev. Jackle Pettrey, Pastor
y (352) 542-7103
Lydia Baptist Church Show proper respect to First Assembly of God
2 Miles West of Cross City on US 19 Hwy 351 & Camp Two Rd. Cross City
A Church You Can Call Home" everyone: Love the brother- H
Sunday-Moming Prayer 9:15A. Sunday School 9:45A o Sunday School 10A Morning Worship 11A
Morning Worship 11A. Evening Worship 7P hood Of believers, fear God,
Wednesday-Payer Meeting 7P honor the king. Sunday Evening 7P Wednesday Evening 7:30P
Bible Study, Mission Friends, RA's, GA's the
Pastor: Jarrett Thomas 1 Peter 2:17 Rev. Marvin & Janice Parsley
(352) 498-5617 (352) 498-3366

There is one who scatters, and Holy Cross Catholic Mission [Ro 13^8] Let no debt remain
increases yet more. There is one who Hwy 1 Southof Cross Cityutstanding, except the
Mass Sundays 11:30 am outstanding, except the
withholds more than is appropriate, but Confessions-Sundays 10:45-11:15am continuing debt to love one
gains poverty. The liberal soul shall be CCD Every Wednesday 6:00 7:15 pm
made fat. He who waters shall be At SL John the Evangelist in Chiefiand another, for he who loves his,
watered also himself. Rardey Prey thruesdHigh chlp fellowman has fulfilled the law.
PRorovesy 112*2Every T493 :9723
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Legals, etc.


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

CIVIL ACTION
. CASE NO 2010-CA-0021

I CAPITAL CITY BANK, A FLORIDA
BANKING CORPORATION, 'PLAINTIFF,'
VS.
NICOLE BRODZINSKI AND RICHARD
BRODZINSKI, HER HUSBAND; AND
ANY UNKNOWN TENANTS IN POS-
SESSION, DEFENDANTS.

NOTICE OF SALE

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I;
DANA D. JOHNSON, Clerk of the Cir-
cult Court of the Third Judicial Circuit, in
and for DIXIE County, Florida, pursuant
to the Summary Final Judgment In
SForeclosure entered in the above styled
cause, will sell at public sale the follow-
ing described property situate in DIXIE
County, Florida, to wit:

LOT 24, SUWANNEE RIVER
RANCHETTES, according to the plat
thereof recorded in Plat Book 1, Pages
66 and 67, Public Records of Dixi
County, Florida.

Said sale shall be made to the highest
and best bidder for cash pursuant to the
Summary Final Judgment entered in the
above styled cause and will be held on
the Courthouse steps of the DIXIE
County Courthouse in Cross City, FLori-
da, on the 13th day of July, 2010, com-
mencing at the hour of 11:00 AM.

All interested parties shall be governed
accordingly by this Notice.

Dated this 9th day of June, 2010.

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

24,25


PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE (07.02)
let Public Hearing Notice
The Dixie County Board of County Commission-
ers is considering applying to the Florida De-
partment of Community Affairs (DCA) for a
Small Cities Community Development Block
Grant (CDBG) of up to $750,000. These funds
must be used for one of the following purposes:
1. To benefit low and moderate In-
come persons;
2. To aid In the prevention or elimina-
tion of slums or blight; or
3. To meet other community develop-
rhent needs of recent origin having a particular
urgency because existing conditions pose a se-
rious and immediate threat to the health or wel-
fare of the community and where other financial
resources are not available to meet such needs.
The categories of activities for which these
funds may be used are in the areas of housing,
neighborhood revitalization, commercial revital-
ization, or economic development and Include
such improvement activities as acquisition of.
real property, loans to private-for-profit business,
purchase of machinery and equipment, con-
struction of Infrastructure, rehabilitation of hous-
es and commercial buildings, and energy con-
servation. Additional information regarding the
range of activities that may be undertaken will
be provided at the public hearing. For each ac-
tity that is proposed, at least 70% of the funds
must benefit low and moderate income persons.
In developing an application for submission to
DCA, the Dixie County Board of County Com-
missioners must plan to minimize displacement
of persons as a result of planned CDBG activi-
ties. In addition, the Dixie County Board of
County Commissioners is required to develop a
plan to assist displaced persons.
A public hearing to receive citizen'views con-
ceming the community's economic and commu-
nity development needs will be held at The Dixie
SCounty Court House, Board Room, on July 1,
2010 at 11:30 am. For information concerning
the public hearing contact CDBG contact, Rita
Harris, at 498-0002.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THEIR
CIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DIXIE COUNTY, F
CASE NO. 10-022-CA

CITIZENS STATE BANK, A bank
corporation organized and exist
the laws of the State of Florida,
Plaintiff,
-vs- RIVER SHORES AT JENA,
Florida Limited Liability Compan
Defendants.

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE

NOTICE is hereby given that DA
JOHNSON, Clerk of the Circuit
Dixie County, Florida, will on the
of JULY, 2010, at 11:00 a.m. at t
County Courthouse in Cross Citl
offer for sale and sell at public o
the highest and best bidder for c
following described property situ
Dixie County, Florida, to-wit:
Parcel I.D. #25-09-09-00410000
LOTS 15, 20, 22, 26, 27, 28, 29,
32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 40, 47, 48, 55
58, 59, 61, 62, 64, 65, 67 AND 6
ER SHORES AT JENA AS PER
PLAT THEREOF RECORDED It
BOOK 1, PAGE 259, OF THE PI
RECORDS OF DIXIE COUNTY,
DA

pursuant to the Final Judgment
closure entered In a case pending
Court, the style of which is as se
above, and the docket number o
is 10-022-CA. Any person claim
terest in the surplus from the sal
other than the property owner as
date of the lis pendehs must file
within sixty (60) days after the si
WITNESS my hand and the office
of said Court, this _9th day of
2010.
DANAJOHNSON
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dixie County, Florida

By: Karen Leverett, Deputy Clei
24,25

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR I
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION

FILE NO 10-38-CP

IN RE: ESTATE OF WILLIAM G.
FETTERBUSH, DECEASED

NOTICE TO CREDITOR

The administration of the estate
WILLIAM C. RETTERBUSH, dec
whose date of death was Februa
2010, and whose social security
is xxx-xx-6286, is pending in the
Court for Dixie County, Florida, F
Division, the address of which is
fice Box 1206, Cross City, Florid
The names and addresses of the
al representative and the person
tentative's attorney are set forth

All creditors of the decedent and
persons having claims or deman
against decedent's estate on wh
copy of this notice is required to
served must file their claims with
court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS I
OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
ON THEM.

All other creditors of the decedei
other persons having claims or d
against decedent's estate must f
claims with this Court WITHIN 3


The public hearing Is being conductedina M HS ER
handicapped accessible location. Anyhand- FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
capped personrequing an interpreter for the
headng impaired or the visully impalred should ..
contact Dnise Lytie, at lest seven calendar' ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHINTHE
- days prior to the meeting and an Interpreter will.' TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SEC-
be provided. Any non-Enlish' spalng preon. TION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PRO-
wish ng to attend the pubic hearing should con-
tact DixieCounty Board of County CommissIon- BATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER
ers at least seen (7) calendar days prior to te BARRED. "
meeting and a language Interpreter will be pro- '
vided To access a Telecommunication D e .' '.'
for Deaf Persons TDD) please call 2) 49- NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERI-
1206. Ay handIcap person rfeq n a]l
a Aont tsmeeing sho also pe n- ODS SET FORTH.ABOVE,.ANY CLAIM
tact.Denise Lytle at least seven (7) calendar FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AF-
-days prior to the meeting. TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF.


25


Government is instituted

to protect property of

every sort; as well that

which lies in the various

rights of individuals, as

that which the term

particularly expresses.

This being the end of

government, that alone is

a just government which

impartially secures to

every man whatever

is his.own.

--James Madison


DEATH,IS BARRED.

The date of first publication of this notice
June 24, 2010.

Attorney for Personal Representative:
Richard L. Coleman, 910 North Patterson
Street, Valdosta, Georgia 31601

Personal Representative:
Wade H. Coleman, 330 Bellmeade Drive,
Valdosta, GA 31605

25,26

Suwannee Water & Sewer
District will be holding a
special meeting, immedi-
ately followed by an
executive session to
discuss litigation on Friday
July 9th at 1:30 p.m. at the
SW&SD office.

25,26


D JUDI-

LORIDA


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR DIXIE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO 15-2009-CA-000166


king BAYVIEW LOAN SERVICING, LLC, A
ng under DELAWARE LIMITED LIABILITY COM-
PANY, PLAINTIFF, VS.
LAURA LEE REED; CHARLES REED;
LLC, a ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
y, et al, CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER
AND AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS) WHO
ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR
SALE ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN
PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST
kNA AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
Court of GRANTEES, OR OTHER CLAIMANTS;
13th day UNKNOWN TENANT #1 IN POSSES-
he Dixie SION OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY;
y, Florida, UNKNOWN TENANT #2 IN POSSES-
utcry to SION OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY;
ash, the ET AL, DEFENDANTS.
ated in
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
-0000
30, 31, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant
5, 56, 57, to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure dat-
i8, RIV- ed June 9, 2010, and entered in Case
MAP OR No 15-2009-CA-000166, of the Circuit
N PLAT Court of the Third Judicial Circuit in and
PUBLIC for DIXIE County, Florida. BAYVIEW
FLORI- LOAN SERVICING, LLC, A DELAWARE
LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY, is
Plaintiff and LAURA LEE REED;
of Fore- CHARLES REED, are defendants. I will
ig in said sell to the highest and best bidder for.
it out cash at the, SOUTH DOOR of the Court-
f which house; 150 NE Cedar Street, Cross City
ng an in- at 11i00 AM on the 20th day of July,'
e, if any, 2010, the following described property
i of the as set forth In said Final Judgment, to
a claim wit:
ale.
ial seal THAT CERTAIN TRACT, LOT OR PAR-
June, CEL OF LAND SITUATED AND LO-
CATED IN THE COUNTY OF DIXIE
AND STATE OF FLORIDA, DE,
SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS, TO WIT: LOT
7, WILLETS PLACE, AN UNRECORD-
ED SUBDIVISION: COMMENCING AT
rk THE. SE CORNER OF THE SE. 1/4 OF
THE SE 1/4 OF SECTION 14, TOWN-
SHIP 8 SOUTH, RANGE 13 EAST, DIX-
DIXIE IE COUNTY, FLORIDA, THENCE RUN
N 00 23'12" W.40 FEET TO THE
NORTH R/W LINE OF SR 353;
THENCE RUN S 89 32'33" W. ALONG
THE R/W LINE 990 FEET TO THE
POB; THENCE RUN N 00 23'12" W
289.86 FEET; THENCE RUN S 89
32'33" W 307.60; THENCE RUN S 00
25'12" E 291.025 FEET; THENCE RUN
S N 89 32'33" E 307.48 FEET BACK TO
THE POB; CONTAINING 2.05 ACRES
of MORE OR LESS.
ceased,
ary 13, IMPORTANT: In accordance with the
number Americans with Disabilities act, if you
Circuit, are a person with a disability who needs
Probate any accommodation in order to partici-
Post Of- pate in this proceeding, you are entitled
a 32628. at no cost to you, to provision of certain
e person- assistance. Please contact the Court
al repre- Administrator at 214 NE 351 Hwy, Suite
below. M, Cross City, FL 32628. Phone No.
352-498-1300 within two working days
other of your receipt of this notice or pleading.
ids
om a Any person claiming an interest in the
be surplus from the sale, if any, other than
this the property owner as of the date of the
Lis Pendens must file a claim within 60
- THE days after the sale.
NOTICE
OF DATED this 9th day of June, 2010.
NOTICE
Dana C. Johnson, Clerk of the Circuit
Court,
It and By: Karen Leverett, Deputy Clerk
demands
ile their 24,25


What do you call a male

ladybug?

Is there another word for

synonym?

What's another word for

Thesaurus?

Why Isn't 11 pronounced

onety one?

Why don't sheep shrink

when It rains?

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lingerie so popular?

Why does unscented hair

spray smell?

Why Is It that rain drops

but snow falls?

If a pig loses Its voice, Is

It disgruntled?

Why do kamikaze pilots

wear helmets?


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR DIXIE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF RUBY JEWEL
CARTER, DECEASED

FILE NO 10-33-CP

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the estate of Ruby
Jewel Carter, deceased, whose date of
death was March 29, 2009, is pending in
the Circuit Court for Dixie County, Flori-
da, Probate Division, the'address of
which is Post Office Box 1206, Cross
City, Florida 32628. The names and ad-
dresses of the personal representative
and the personal representative's attor-
ney are set forth below. ..

All creditors of the decedent and Other
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate op whom a
copy of tiis notice is reqq jo be
served must file their claiI th this
court WITHIN THE LATER 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST.PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF ,
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.

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

ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SEC-
TION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PRO-
BATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED: NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.

The date of first publication.of this notice
is June 17, 2010.
Attorney for Personal Representative
Law Offices of Stephen. Miller, PA
101 Northwest 75th Street, Suite 1
Gainesville, FL 32607

Personal Representative
John C. Bovay, 901 NW 57th Street,
Gainesville, FL 32605
24,25
On July 1 resident shoreline
fishing license is free; other
prices increase

The license for Florida resi-
dents to catch saltwviier fish
from shore or a structure af-
fixed to shore cost $9 last
year, but beginning July 1,
it's free. Other license and
permit fees will increase on
that date.

The Florida Legislature re-
pealed the shoreline license
fee during the past session.
However, legislators retained
the license requirement to4
prevent a more-costly federal
registration fee from taking
effect in Florida.

Resident anglers who order
the shoreline license, or oth-
er licenses or permits, over
the phone or Internet will
still have to pay a processing
fee to the vendor. The pro-
cessing fee is $2.31 for Inter-
net sales at www.fl.wildlifeli-
cense.com or $3.33 for phone
sales at 888-FISH FLORIDA
(888-347-4356).

The Florida Legislature,
during thd 2009 session, in-
creased permit fees effective
July 1, 2010. The cost of a
turkey permit will go up
from $5 to $10 for Fjloida res-
idents and from $100'to $125
for nonresidents. In addi-
tion, Florida waterfowl per-
mits will increase from $3 to
$5. The cost of twdiltwater
fishing permits also will go
up on July 1. The snook per-
mit will increase from $2 to
$10, and lobster permits will
increase from $2 to $5.
Until July 1, however, sports-
men can still buy all of these
permits at the
current prices,
and all permits
are valid for one
year from the


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOF
DEED

R.P. TEDDER
PO BOX 1879
OLD TOMN, FL 32680

The holder of the following certific;
filed said certificate for a tax deed
issued thereon. The certificate nu
and year of issuance, the descript
the property and the names in whi
was assessed are as follows

Certificate No: 1240
1,2008

Description of Property:

SEE EXHIBIT "A"

NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED

JESSIE ROSE AND HEIRS OF V
T. ROSE, PO BOX 961, HARROC
TN 37752-0000

WARNING: Said property being ii
County of Dixie, State of Florida.
such certificate shall be redeemec
cording to law the property descril
* such certificate shall be sold to thi
est bidder at the Dixie County Cot
house on JULY 20, 2010 at 11:00

June 21, 2010

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

Candace L. Corbin, Deputy Clerk.

EXHIBIT

Description of Property:

Parcel No. 36-10-13-5665-0011-01

36 10 13 LOTN7 BLK 11 SUWANh
GARDENS SUB DIV DB 2 P 262
(TAKEN FROM PROPERTY APPI
ER'S WEB SITE VERBATIM)

Subject to the restrictions of record

25,26,27,28


specified start date.

There also is a new deer per-
mit that will be required
whenever hunting deer in
Florida, beginning during
the upcoming 2010-2011 hunt-
ing season. The permit will
cost $5 and will not be avail-
able for purchase until July
1.

Those with a sportsman's li-
cense, gold sportsman's li-
cense, 64 or older sports-
man's license, military gold
sportsman's license, lifetime
hunting license or lifetime
sportsman's license will not
need to purchase the new '
deer permit because it has al-
ready been included in each
of these licenses, even if
they were purchased before
July 1.

The deer permit, however, is
not included with a hunting
license, combination hunt-
ing/freshwater fishing li-
cense, combination hunt-
ing/freshwater/saltwater li-
cense or a five-year hunting
license. Anyone hunting
deer with any of those li-
censes must also buy the $5
deer permit to hunt deer
legally

All permits and related li-
censes are available for pur-
chase online at
www.fl.wildlifelicense.com,
at county tax collectors' of-
fices, many retail outlets that
sell fishing and hunting sup-
plies, or by calling toll-free
888-HUNT-FLORIDA (486-
8356).There are some exemp-
tions for license require-
ments. More information is
available at MyFWC.com/Li-
cense.


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED

ANNA F. ERWIN
PO BOX 402
DEXTER, MI 48130

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


JUNE Certificate No: 515
1, 2008

Description of Property:

SEE EXHIBIT"A" ',. ,

NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED


JUNE


DAVILDW. PEACOCK, 111 COORS
BOULEVARD NW, #125, ALBU-
QUERQUE, NEW MEXICO'97121

WARNING: Said property being in the
County of Dixie, State of Florida. Unless
such certificate shallbe redeemed ac-
cording to law the proIperty'described in
such certificate shall be sold to the high-
est bidder at the Dixie County Court-
house on JULY 20, 2010 at 11:00 A.M.

June 21, 2010

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

Candace L. Corbin, Deputy Clerk

EXHIBIT A
Description bf Property:.

Parcel No. 16-09-13-4100-0013-0400

16 9 13 LOTS 39 AND 40 BLK 13 SKY-
LINE HEIGHTS UNIT I OR BK 20 PG
722 ORB 125 P 78 0AB 154 P 792 ORB
209 P 670 ORB 222 P 107 ORB 326 P
455 ORB 366 P 461 HX REM AT OWN-
ERS REQUEST 3/00 HX IN LAKE
WORTH
(TAKEN FROM PROPERTY APPRAIS-
ER'S WEB SITE VERBATIM)

Subject to the restrictions of record.

25,26,27,28
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
DIXIE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROJECT L100415DIX

Notice is hereby given that sealed bids
will be received at the Dixie County
Board Room until 3:00 pm on July 6th,
2010. This office islocated at 214 NE
351 Highway, Cross City,' Flrida,32628-
2600. The bids will be opened and read
aloud to the public at 3:00 pm on July
6th, 2010. The bidders must submit a
bid for the projects as described below.
Suwannee Culvert Replacement: Work
on this project consists of, but not limited
to removal of existing drainage structures
and construction of new drainage struc-
tures at the following locations:
1. Intersection of CR 349 and SE 256th
Street, Dixie County Florida
2. Intersection of CR 349 and SE 867th
SAve., Dixie County Florida-

All work performed on thi.sproject will be
in conformance with the engineering
plans and with the requirements of the
FDOT standard specifications for road
and bridge construction: current
edition.

The plans and bid forms may be ob-
tained from the office of North Florida
Professional Services, Inc. at 484 SW
Commerce Drive, Lake City, Florida
32025, during normal working hours, for
a fee of $150.00 per project. For ques-
tions regarding this information, please
contact Becky Harper at
(386) 752-4675 ext. 104.
Either a cashier check or a bid bond in
the amount of five percent'(5%) of the to-
tal bid amount must accompany each
bid that is submitted.
The successful bidder will be required to
furnish the Dixie County with a perfor-
mance bond and liability insurance prior
to commencing work.
All contractors must be pre-qualified with
FDOT in highway construction.
The Dixie County Cmirhissidn reserves
the right to reject any'r al@ bids and add
to the contract or delete from the con-
tract to stay within their funding capabili-
ties.

Signed,
Mike Cassidy
Dixie County, Florida.
.


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Thursday, June 24, 2010


More oil spill info


Fireworks will take palace
on the 4th of July. The
bridge will close around
8:30 pm, until the fireworks
are over. The American Le-
gion and AARP will be
vending food items, start-
ing around 6pm. The fa-
mous mullet toss will be at
7 pm and the Steinhatchee
Chamber will be on hand
to cool you off with an ice
cream as well. Since Stein-
hatchee is now a golf cart
community, there will be a
raffle for a nice 4 seat golf
cart, supplied by Big Bend
Marine. Tickets can be pur-
chased at local merchants
or on site at the fireworks.
The drawing will be some-
time between 8 and 8:30
and you need not be pre-
sent to win.


Public Notice


On behalf of the Dixie County Board Of County Commissioners.
Members of the USCG, DEP and County Emergency Management
will host a public information meeting, in reference to the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill.

Date: June24,2610
Time: 6:00 pm
Location : Dixie County EOC, 17600 SE HWY 19, Cross City FL. 32628 (352) 498-1240


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TICKET 0 $5 each
Ree Chamber Mombers for Tickets
or Call 352-356-1086 or.50-371-0966
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Movie night begins on June 4, 2010
the last movie night is August 20, 2010


Children 4 to 12 can come to the Community Center and
enjoy a movie, get something good to eat and have a soda.
There will be chaperones there to take care of the kids.
Every Friday during the summer the children of
Steinhatchee and Jeina can have a night out.
Cinema for Kids is being coordinated by the Steinhatchee
River Chamber of Commerce. Friday nights are being
sponsored by local businesses and organizations.

All Cinema activities for kids are free.
Children must be signed in & 2'contact numbers provided


Neeley Shrimp Company
would like to thank all my shrimp customers ,
for your business and support over the years.
We have Fresh eating shrimp and live bait
available. Call for P/U or delivery.
(352) 498-3546
2nd Listing in the book Horseshoe.

Thank you,. Nancy Neeley and H D Cherry Jr.


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