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2010 Dixie County Advocate


www. dcadvocate.net


Home of the Worlds Only Four-Headed Swamp Cabbage


Thursday, September 16, 2010
Vol. 88. No. 37 12 pages- 1 Section


THANK YOU!


The Dixie County Bears J.V
football team would like to
thank 349 Express and
Stephenson's Septic Ser-
vices for feeding them be-
fore the game on Thursday
night. Thank you for your
continued support!

The Dixie County Bears
Varsity football team would
like to thank Dixie Chevro-
let for feeding them before
the game on Friday night.
Thank you for your contin-
ued support!


POW-MIA Day
is Friday, September
24




Thu 90/69 /
9/16 |-
A few clouds. Highs in the low 90s
and lows in the upper 60s.



Fri 90/68
9/17
Times of sun and clouds. Highs in
the low 90s and lows in the upper
60s.



Sat 90/69
9/18
Mostly sunny. Highs in the low 90s
and lows in the upper 60s.



Sun 88/68
9/19
Mix of sun and clouds. Highs in the
upper 80s and lows in the upper
60s.



Mon 90/68
9/20
Partly cloudy. Highs in the low 90s
and lows in the upper 60s.


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Bears tackle Devils


by John Kelley


The Dixie County Bears
faced off to one of their
toughest opponents Friday
night as they tackled and
defeated the Williston Red
Devils 14 to 7. In a defensive
battle with the Devils, the
Bears stepped up to the task
holding back Williston, scor-
ing twice before allowing
the Devils their only points
of the night. Big Mike West
scored first for the Bears
with four minutes left in the
first quarter, breaking out
and thundering across the


goal line on a series that
started with a fumble recov-
ery by Junior Washington.
At the start of the second
quarter West powers
through the Devils defense
again to add six more, with
Cassidy posting the extra
points bringing the Bears
ahead 14 to 0.

The Bear defense held tough
until mid-way through the
second when the Devils ad-
vanced down-field moving
the ball on penalties and
were able to score. By the
end of the fourth quarter


Roberts and West along with
the offensive line main-
tained control of the-ball
long enough to strangle the
Devils with the clock. Coach
Wilkerson told the team" I
am extremely proud
tonight, we beat a good
team. It was a hard fought
game and we'll see Williston
win games this year." The
Bears travel to Gainesville
this week to take on the
Blue Wave of PK Yonge.
This will be a game not to
miss as the Wave is always
ready to rumble. GO
BEARS!


Crikeys!!

Ronnie Pinner, crocodile
hunter, shows off a 31/2
foot alligator that wan-
dered up into Ed Hoovler's
yard in Cross City near the
middle school on Thursday.

At first, they thought it '
was an iguana at the edge i
of the woods. When they
got close enough to investi- r .
gate, the little gator started
hissing at them and Mr.
Hoovler called the Sher-
iff's office for a "profes- I
sional alligator wrestler."

Pinner showed up and
spent a half an hour get-
ting the little gator sub-
dued and secured for his
trip back into a more ap-
propriate environment for
alligators.

Rumor has it that the alli-
gator may have been in
search of some seminole
meat. (The Hoovlers are
FSU fans.) This is at least
the second alligator in
Cross City this summer.



Ready or not, here they come....


While massive hurricane
powerhouses Igor (blue) and
Julia (green) are expected to
turn north and towards open
sea, experts are watching a
disturbance in the
Caribbean (circled in red)
that is expected to become
Hurricane Karl in the next
48 hours. While Karl is ex-
pected to keep moving west-
northwest at 15mph until it


hits Mexico. Gulf storms
can be unpredictable, and
Dixie residents and fisher-
men should pay careful at-
tention to weather forecasts
during the rest of the week,
and to make sure that
throughout hurricane sea-
son, that emergency sup-
plies are available and that
flashlights and radios have
fresh batteries.


Old Town man arrested in

Fanning Springs for meth

manufacturing, possession


David Nathaniel Collins, 44,
of Old Town was arrested in
Fanning Springs on Thurs-
day after Levy and Dixie
County deputies showed up
at a hotel room in the
Suwannee River Motel to
serve a war-
rant on
Christina 5
Louise Haven
(Collins) for Vi-
olation of Pro-
bation and pos-
session of a
firearm by a
convicted
felon. David
Collins opened
the door, and a
Haven was in-
side the room. ,
Deputies en-
tered the room
to arrest
Haven, and
while patting
Collins down, -
felt a tube like
object in his '11'
pocket that lil;i
Collins said Co
was methamphet-
amine. Collins was arrested
and made a statement say-
ing "that he had cooked the
methamphetamine" and
"that he cooks and sells
methamphetamine because
he can't find work and it is
the only way he can make a
living.

Haven signed a consent to
search and the deputies
found three boxes of pseu-
doephedrine, propane burn-
er, pyrex dishes, propane
canisters, a pill grinder,


muriatic acid, and other
methamphetamine-making
equipment. Also found was
.1 gram of crack, some
crack pipes and some mari-
juana.

Collins was
charged with
possession of
methampheta-
mine with intent
to sell, manufac-
turing, posses-
sion of marijua-
na, possession of
crack, and pos-
session of drug
paraphernalia.
enHe was held on
S $112,000 bond
72 for all of the
S charges.

Christina Haven
was held on no
bond for the
VOP charge.

Neither suspect
is a stranger to
ins the Dixie Coun-
ty judicial system.
Haven was arrested in Dixie
County almost exactly one
year ago this week with
Troy Osteen for meth
manufacturing.

Collins was arrested on
March 22 of this year along
with Timothy Gray and Kur-
tis Potter, in Dixie County
after a police chase.
Methamphetamine, sy-
ringes, and cocaine, and
other items used in meth
manufacture were in that
car at the time of arrest.


JV Bears walk on water


by John Kelley


The JV Bears defeated the
PK Blue Wave last Thursday
in a lopsided victory 50 to 7.
The Bears jumped out ahead
on their first possession and
never looked back. The
Bears scored twice in the
first quarter, four times in
the second, and once in the
second half. The Bears final-


ly allowed the Wave some
points late in the fourth. "We
commanded the game." com-
mented Coach Hope. "We im-
proved our blocks, played to-
gether, and came out to fight;
We still have room forrim-
provement though." Well
done JV team. Next week the
JV team faces off with the
Newberry Panthers, always
a tough team to tackle.


No Injuries in Monday wreck


On Monday afternoon, a
chevy pickup driven Zack
DesJardin plowed off of the
road and into the woods


near Gator Gas on CR 349 in
Old Town. FHP is investigat-
ing the accident.


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Sizing up GOP prospects

for November

With the prospects for a big Republican victory in Novem-
ber's congressional election looking almost as gdod as they
did in 1994, the GOP needs to be careful they don't mess
things up. How could that happen? A couple of possibilities
come to mind.

There was the election of 1946, when America gave Republi-
cans control of Congress for the first time since 1933. World
War II had ended successfully for our side and consumer
goods were again becoming available. Despite his having
ordered the atomic bombs that abruptly ended the war, Tru-
man was not Roosevelt and did not inspire the fierce loyalty
that FDR had accumulated through his unprecedented four
election victories. Things were different now, and the Re-
publicans were getting their big opportunity--control of
Congress for the first time sinceHoover.

It lasted two years. In 1948, Truman came out on top in a
four candidate race and the Democrats regained control of
Congress. There were other reasons, but a big factor was
passage of the Taft-Hartley Labor Act, which sought to lim-
it the power of labor unions. That didn't get over at all well
with big labor, and the unions flexed their considerable
muscle. Four years lat-.
er, the country elected
General Dwight D.
Eisenhower to the pres- I CA N SEE.
idency, with a very OVEMBER
slim GOP majority in NOVEMBER
Congress, one that last- F M
ed only two years de- FROM MY
spite Ike's popularity
that continued through H O
two terms in office.

Four subsequent Re-
publican presidents had to learn to get along with Democ-
rats in control of Congress, though Reagan's party did hold
the Senate for the first six of his eight years in office. But
not until George W Bush would a Republican President
again serve with a Republican Congress.

The election of 1994 saw a Republican sweep of Congress in
the middle of Bill Clinton's first term. Ever the pragmatist,
Clinton got along with Congress and the country avoided a
headlong thrust to the political left. Two years later, Clinton
won a second term, largely because the Republicans lacked
a charismatic candidate and the folks were pretty happy
with the way things were going.

Following this year's congressional election, President Oba-
ma could be finding it necessary to get along with Republi-
cans in control of one or both houses of Congress. If he can
play it cool, Clinton-style, and go along with some Republi-
can initiatives (which would presumably involve abandon-
ing a lot of his own pet projects), he might actually go into
2012 with a chance of getting re-elected, and that's what the
Republicans need to avoid. They can't afford to have Obama
taking credit for things getting better during.his second two
rears. On the other hand, the Republicans can't afford to let
things get worse, or even mope along at today's miserable
pace. If that should happen, the voters might just buy into
"hope and change" again in 2012.

At this point, the Republicans are looking at opportunity,
but it's possible they could mess up even before November.
If the party honchos fail to coordinate with the Tea Party
folks, the conservative vote could wind up split down the
middle, giving us two more years of a Pelosi-Reid Congress
and maybe even another loonie-lefty on the Supreme Court.

Speaking of which, the November election could be, not
just an opportunity to approve or reject those who current-
ly hold political office, but a referendum on the survival of
constitutional law in America. It is said that the price of
freedom is eternal vigilance; so, if that's something you
care about, I would suggest you exercise your right to vote--
while you still have it.


Missing the forest fire for the trees


by Kathy McKinney
The sweetest lady called me the other day,
wanting to make sure that I did something on
he preacher over in Gainesville who got all
he attention after planning his little Koran
S1BBQ. I'm afraid I may have angered her, at
first, because my first reaction was, "No
ma'am, that nut is getting too much attention as it is."
Which is what he was after, obviously, and the mainstream
media lapped'it up like stray cats under a fish-cleaning sink,
because it worked with their "southern Christians=igno-
rant, possum-eating, cousin-marrying, snaggle-toothed, six-
toed morons" storyline to a T.

The media were played, clear and simple. You don't start a
Facebook page for something like that in a church of 50 peo-
ple, unless you're trying to attract attention.
You'd just call them all or announce it at Sun-
day morning service. He wanted the big ker- where ie sole
fluffle. He wanted to be on CNN. He conscious- oppo
ly worked towards trying to enflame and en-
rage people, while primping for the cameras. The old prinolp
What is that, two deadly sins? Pride and
wrath in one act? And the guy was encourag- has been r
ing his church to join in? Yeah, that's Godly who does
behavior right there, I'm telling you what.

The media, though, was so busy spinning
their "dumb religious redneck" agenda into round-the-clock
coverage that they missed the real story The FBI was sent to
this preacher's church not once, but twice, to "talk him out
of it." I don't know about you, but if two government guys
in an unmarked Ford, suits, sidearms and sunglasses
showed up at my house to "persuade" me into not doing
something, I'd be intimidated. Not to mention the Secretary
of Defense warning me on CSPAN. Scary stuff. Which is, un-
doubtedly, the effect that the administration was going for. It
apparently worked, because he's cancelled the event.

This preacher's idea, as wrongheaded as it undoubtedly was,
was a completely, 100% legal exercise of his God-given
rights under the Constitution of the United States, and the
government sent two goons to "make him an offer he could-
n't refuse." How Big Brother is that? Why were the head-
lines not "Government attempts to strong-arm minister"
and "Civil rights and separation of church and state violat-
ed!!" Would they have stood up for him if he was burning
American flags instead of Korans? Of course. If George


Letter to Commissioners by way
of the Editor:

I have always been told that
any job openings for the
County of Dixie, as well as
the school board, were an-
nounced in the local papers
and anyone who felt that
they were qualified, applied
and were interviewed

One year ago the County At-
torney's contract was going
to lapse and it was put in
the papers, and there were 3
attorneys who applied for
the job. One year later the
same job is to.expire on the
15th of this month and no
ad has been placed.for bids.
When the Attorney for the
school board gave her no-
tice, no ad was placed at
that time even though the
previous attorney gave a
two weeks notice, plenty of
time for an ad for the posi-
tion to be placed in the local
papers and the present at-
torney, who was rejected
one year ago was placed
into the position.

What has changed in one
year that the Commission
feels they do not have to be
fair and allow the open posi-
tions to be posted in the lo-
cal papers as has been the
norm so that anyone who
qualifies may apply? Or are
these positions to be filled
by acquaintances of some-
one on the board? What hap-
pened to being honest and
fair, equal opportunity em-
ployers?

People, it is time to wake up
and see what is going on in
our county. The Commis-
sioners work for us, the citi-
zens of Dixie County, we
vote them into office, not for
themselves.

With respect,
Burtis Gregory

Mrs. Bea:

The Bbard is working to
maintain a closer review of
contracts and options on
contracts. The Board's de-
sire is to review these on an
annual basis. The Board
does not intend to seek
changes if there are no
problems and all parties re-
main in agreement. Addi-
tionally, there is a need for
continuity in County busi-
ness, as would be the case
with the attorney position.


--Mike Cassidy, County


Bush's FBI had shown up at the New York Times to try to
get them not to expose troop movements or whatever, the
media would have been screaming to the high heavens about
brown shirts and gestappo tactics. And yet, on this attempt
at silencing a small little nobody cog in the weirdo machine,
all we're getting is crickets. Nada. Nothing. Nobody is stand-
ing up for his right to be stupid in public.

I'd mark it down as an isolated incident or just bad judg-
ment, but there was another one this week. HHS Secretary
Kathleen Sebelius told the insurance lobby that if they don't
shut up about the premium increases that Obamacare is
forcing upon them, that they'll be locked out of the insur-
ance market exchanges by the government in 2014. She
wrote, "There will be zero tolerance for this type of misin-
formation and unjustified rate increases," and any insur-
ance company who dares to say other-
In a county wise will be forced out of business by
employer Is the State, the government.
sllon means death by
slow starvaton. Excuse me, but did I fall asleep and
le: who does not work somehow the Gambino family took over
does not eat the country? Where is the media out-
eplaced bye new one rage? When did it become acceptable
not obey shall nt eat for the government to use their power
,,i., of force and law enforcement to silence


opposition? When a government official
can destroy a business or an industry
in a fit of pique, how are we different from China or Cuba?

We're supposed to be different, because we're supposed to
have a "free press" to act as a watchdog on the government
and to scream to high heaven when abuses like this happen.
We're supposed to be able to trust the "fourth estate" and the
courts to keep the government from violating the rights of
citizens and businesses. But perhaps in a world where no-
body reads newspapers and everybody gets their news from
television, which depends on the good graces of Uncle Sam
and the FCC for licensing, the mainstream press isn't exact-
ly so "free" anymore. (And is why the FCC so desperately
wants to control the internet.) If your Constitutional rights
fall in the forest, and there's nobody there to hear them,
does it make a sound, or is that just the ghost of- Thomas
Jefferson weeping and wailing in torment?

Sadly, most of the American media is buried so deep in it's
Obama uber alles agenda, that it can't see the forest for the
trees. It sure as heck won't pull thefire alarm.


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For the past four years I have been honored and humbled to have the
priviledge to serve as your Dixie County Commissioner. I have diligently
served the people of Dixie County with honesty and integrity, making
informed decisions that are in the best interest to Dixie County as a
whole.

I realize that the Board must work.together in order to accomplish a
common goal for the good of the people. Since being elected. in 2006,
I have had the opportunity to make vital decisions to assure that we
continue to move forward and not lose ground during these difficult
economic times.

My goal has been to work with fellow board members to fulfill the many
powers and duties clearly set forth by the Florida State Statutes. We
have avoided employee layoffs by managing the work force and
evaluating areas that responsibilities can be shared. Multiple county
buildings have been renovated, additional vital services have been
established, county parks have been improved, recreational areas
upgraded, and departments have been reorganized to assure state land
use and building codes are enforced. We have completed major storm
water drainage systems, installed. seawalls, provided solid waste
collection, resurfaced multiple miles of county roads and reduced the
county debt from $6.5 million dollars to just under $1 million.

It is my obligation to the people of Dixie County as your commissioner
to do the RIGHT thing for the RIGHT reason. I humbly ask for your vote
and support on November 2.
Thank you,


RE-ELECT


"TROY" MICKEY T.


JOHNSON

COUNTY COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT 4
Pol. advertisement paid for and approved by Troy Mickey T. Johnson for County Commlsisoner Dist 4


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Outdoors & Law


.rratl MRaers

by Bonnie Wilson

This weekend I did not have a
scheduled club ride as that
will be next weeks story This
weekend belongs to a few of
my very best friends. Ann
Sharkey, Leonora Hale and
yours truly got together this
week and had an awesome
girls riding weekend. Ann
came down from Bristol
Florida to visit Leonora and
we decided that we would get
together and ride at San Fe-
lasco Hammock Preserve
State Park.

Prairies, Forests, and
Swamps, oh my!

Dave trailered me and
Coby to Leonora's house and
I met up with the girls at
about 8:00 am on Friday. Soon
I had Coby safely tucked into
Ann's horse trailer and
Leonora followed with her
truck, trailer and horse. We
three amigos were out for an
amazing day of friendship
and to share a love of horses
and the great outdoors.

The morning started
out upbeat as we got to the
trailhead, the weather was
not unbearable as we saddled
our boys. Soon we were out
on the trails headed for the
creek to see what signs of
wildlife we could see. It didn't
take long before we were
counting the deer. What
amazing creatures they are
as they leaped across the
open meadow to our right.
We stopped for a moment and
took in their beauty as six as-
tonishing creatures passed
before our very eyes.

We loped down the
path and up a hill, which was
a lot of fun. Coby enjoyed
that as much as I did. Ann
and her horse Dandy and
Leonora and Sammy enjoyed
the ridd too. We were the
three Amigos and having a
wonderful time. But as the
day wore on the sun had
risen overhead and was in-
ciedibly hot..We were looking
for a cooling off period as we
arrived back at the trailhead
a mere three hours later.

We three decided that
we would go to an air-condi-
tioned place to eat and cool
off a bit before heading over
to camp at O'Leno. Sounded
like an excellent idea to me,
as the heat was getting to me
too. We untacked our boys
and took them to the horse
rack that had water hoses to
cool our boys down from our
ride. The horses liked the

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MEETING,

There will be a senior class
meeting on Thursday; Sep-
tember 23rd at 6:30 PM at the
DCHS library. We will be dis-
cussing all upcoming senior
events. Mrs. Chris Barber
(Guidance Counselor) will
also be at the meeting to dis-
cuss 1st semester senior
planners., including acade-
mia history. It's very impor-
tant that all seniors and par-
ents attend this meeting.


cooling off and stood obedi-
ently and as they got a good
hosing down. I think I could
have stood there for that too!
However we loaded our hors-
es and we immediately went
in search of a good restau-
rant that had ample parking
for a couple of horse trailers
in a some what shaded area.
We found a great one and the
service was excellent! After a
grilled fish sandwich, a ham-
burger and a steak n' cheese
sandwich later we were in-
deed feeling better. They kept
the diet coke coming and I be-
lieve I drank three and got
one to go as did my buddies!
What a day. Now came the de-
cision to go to the River Rise
Horse Park of OLeno and
camp as originally planned.
or were we really insane
enough to pull this off? In the
end out sanity kicked in and
Leonora's suggestion of
camping at her place won
out. So we headed to Leono-
ra's back in Chiefland in the
late afternoon with our sani-
ty in checkAel at least for the
moment.

Leonora had to make a stop
at Chiefland Farm Supply be-
fore heading home. When we
arrived at the store there was
a large pen in front of the
store. In that pen were the
most adorable, sweet Aus-
tralian Shepherd mix pup-
pies I've seen in a long time.
There were at least seven and
Ann had to reach in and pick
up a sandy blond pup with
the most adorable expression
on his light brown and white
face. You probably remember
that old song, "Just one look,
thatA~res all it took.." Well
that did it and with just one
"lick" that's all it took for
Ann to say "he's mine" .
What a cutie she was getting.
I did not get one myself as we
have barn cats at our place.
But I was wishing just the
same!

With a new baby in
her arms which she had to
surrender to me so she could
drive, we headed to Leono-
ra's. Again we talked over
the dinner idea, "to cook or
not to cook" and our answer
was nooooo, we shall go out!
Hey I'm learning a lot about
camping with just the girls,
and I find I like it!

We three got into Leonora's
truck and drove to a restau-
rant in Chiefland and had a
great dinner. Then what else
is there to do but go to Wal-
Mart. You had to know the
puppy (now known as B.J.)
was going to need something
to travel home in and with
some things for company.

It was a great week-
end, thank you girls for al-
lowing me to share in all the
fun! Until next time, happy
trails to you!


The Wildlife Forecast

September 2010

Saving deep water requires
digging deep into our habits

Many of us Floridians don't
like to go too long without
getting a whiff of salt,air.
Even those of us living in-
land are always within an
hour or two of one coast or
another. We take our lovely
white-sand beaches, crystal
clear blue water and clear
skies dotted with fluffy white
clouds for granted.

At least we took them for
granted until April 20. On
that day, the dire possibility
of oiled wildlife and petrole-
um-covered beaches loomed
as the explosion from the
Deepwater Horizon oil rig re-
verberated through economic
and environmental lines.

Now that the gushingoil well
has been capped,
we breathe a sigh of
cautious celebra-
tion. But our depen-
dence on fossil fuels
still comes at a high
cost.

The carbon dioxide
emissions created
from burning fossil
fuels do more than
change our climate.
They also cause a
phenomenon
known.as ocean
acidification. While scien-
tists debate the severity of
climate change, most can
look at the data and agree
that the increase in the at-
mosphere's carbon dioxide
levels impacts ocean life.

"Ocean acidification and cli-.
mate change share a common
insidious influence," said
Bob Glazer, a biologist with
the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) and a co-leader of the
FWC's climate change re-
search and monitoring work-
ing group. "They are both
caused by the increases in
carbon dioxide in the atmos-
phere."

The process of ocean acidifi-
cation does not mean the
ocean is turning into a boil-
ing cauldron of acid. It refers
to changes in the water be-
cause of the additional car-
bon dioxide from the envi-
ronment.

The U.S. Geological Survey's
website explains the process
of ocean acidification. Even
though the ocean serves as a
natural reservoir'for carbon
dioxide, increasing carbon
dioxide in the atmosphere
and the resulting uptake by
the ocean results in in-
creased seawater acidity.
This process results in a de-
crease in the ocean's pH.

NOAA's State of the Science
Fact Sheet on ocean acidifi-
cation states oceans have ab-
sorbed approximately 50 per-
cent of the carbon dioxide re-
leased from burning fossil fu-
els, which has increased
ocean acidity by about 30 per-
cent since the start of the In-
dustrial Revolution. Even
small changes in the acidity
of seawater can have dramat-
ic effects on sea life, which
may include:


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Decreased rate of the
production of coral skele-.
tons.

Reduction in the ability of
marine algae and free-swim-
ming zooplankton to main-
tain protective shells.

Reduction in the survival
of marine species, including
commercial fish and shell-
fish.

"The health of the oceans is
essential to the marine life it
supports as well as to the at-
mosphere," Glazer said. "The
proper balance within the
seawater regulates carbon
dioxide, the production of
oxygen, the cycling of nitro-
gen and other important nu-
trients, and affects processes
such as cloud formation. It is
all a fragile balancing act."

The increase in ocean acidifi-
cation adds more stress to
ecosystems already stressed
by hu-
man ac-
tivities.
The FWC
and other
wildlife
S man-
agers
know
Si' that ad-
dressing
this issue
requires
reducing
those
i stresses
over which we have better
control.

"For example, we can reduce
pollution and runoff from
land, develop wise coastal
zoning regulations, eliminate
destructive fishing practices
and restore ecosystem in-
tegrity," Glazer said. "These
approaches increase the
health of ecosystems.and are
just good management prac-
tices; period."

For every tragedy that oc-
curs, such as the Deepwater
Horizon oil spill, opportunity
exists for re-evaluation of
priorities.

If I shorten the length of my
shower, I won't change a
thing. But if 18.million peo-.
ple in Florida collectively
commit to doing at least one
thing in their daily lives that
will lessen their dependence
on fossil fuel consumption,
we might stand a chance at
reducing carbon dioxide
emissions.

Some of these things will
even be good for our wallets
as well as the environment.
You've heard them all before,
but it doesn't hurt to have re-
minders, especially today.
Turning off the lights when
you leave the room will lower
electric bills by not burning
electricity and not pumping
out more heat into the room.

When an old bulb burns out,
replace it with a compact flu-
orescent light bulb, These
last longer and use less ener-
gy The cost of the bulbs is
coming down, too. I bought a
package of six recently for $2
each. Start there for now.
Then, next month, try a few
more changes. Soon we'll all
be substantially impacting
life both above and below the
sea.


Dixie County Sexual
Violence Taskforce

first Meeting: Monday, Septem-
ber 20, 2010
12:30 pm to 1:30 pm
t the County Commissioner's
Meeting room in the Courthouse

Finger foods and drinks will be
provided

everyone welcome!!!

f youhave an interest in pre-
venting violence in our commu-
nity, or helping victims of vio-
lence, we need your help. Please
come join us. At this meeting we
will be discussing our goals and
plans as a taskforce.

Please bring your IDEAS for
how we can prevent violence in
ur community; for future
events; and how you feel you or
your business/agency could
help victims of violence.

Please bring your THOUGHTS -
concerning violence in our com-
munity; what you feel is needed;
and what you feel we can do to
make a difference.

And bring your QUESTIONS -
bout sexual violence; and about
prevention measures that are be-
ng taken currently in our com-
munity and others that can be
taken.

If you have any questions or
concerns, please contact me.
his is about making a differ-
ence in our community and you
can make this happen.

Lesley Hall Outreach Advocate
Another Way, Inc.
(352) 498-1293
lesleyhall@anotherwayinc.net





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FWC seeks information on
listed species

The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) passed new rules Wednes-
day for conserving and manag-
ing threatened species in Flori-
da. The new rules require biolog-
ical reviews be completed on all
species on the state's lists of
threatened species and species of
special concern.

Currently, the FWC seeks input
and information on 61 listed
species that have never had re-
views completed, or the reviews
were done so long ago that the
information is no longer cur-
rent. The list of species is avail-
able at MyFWC.com/Imperiled-
Species (follow the link under
"Latest Updates").

FWC staff needs information on
population size and trends, dis-
tribution and range, and threats
to the species.

After gathering information
from the public and completing
the research, staff, along with bi-
ological review groups appointed
by the Commission, will:evaluate
the information this fall, using
the newly approved listing
process. Based on these reviews,
staff will then make recommen-
dations to the Commission on
whether the species should be on
Florida's threatened list. Before
a change in status is made, no
matter if the species is listed or
not, all reviewed species will
have a management'plan devel-
oped that will outline the conser-
vation goal and objectives need-
ed to improve or maintain the
species. The management plans
will be developed with extensive
public and stakeholder input.
Information and data on any of
the 61 species should be sent to:
Biological Status Reviews, Flori-
da Fish and Wildlife Conserva-
tion Commission, 620 South
Meridian St., Mail Station 2A,
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1600 or e-
mailed to
Imperiled@MyFWC.com. Re-
sponses will be accepted until 5
p.m. on Nov 1.


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Thursday, September 16, 2010


School


NEW SCHOOL YEAR, NEW CHANGES
By Rachael Gris, DCHS student
Another year at Dixie County
High School signifies a fresh
start for the school. With this
new year there are many new
changes. A new Principal,
new teachers, and a new.
stricter enforcement of rules
and policies are just a few.
Students in the past have
sometimes ignored or abused
the school's student conduct
rules and guidelines. With
new administration in place
that is over!
DCHS is now a completely
closed campus to promote
student safety and well being.
Students are no longer wan-
dering off campus for lunch
or checking out and not re-
turning.
Along with these new
changes there is a more strin-
gent enforcement of the
school's policies. Dress code
is being enforced like never
before; the parking lots once
open to students have been
closed for the students' own
safety and drug, tobacco and
alcohol usage is being
watched for as well. Students
cannot bring food or drinks
on campus except for lunch,
and drinks brought on cam-
pus are being checked for al-
cohol and taken.
These new policies (that
aren't so new, and are just be-
ing enforced for the first
time in years) are there for
the benefit and safety of the
students, and no matter how
unpopular they may be
among the student popula-
tion, they are a means to
working toward a new and
more beneficial school year.
We are all working together
to have a safe and successful
school year!


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County High School Adviso-
ry Committee will be on
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
at 7:15 AM in the DCHS Li-
brary. Everyone is welcome
to attend.
WE WILL HAVE A
FRESHMEN PARENT AND
STUDENT MEETING ON
SEPTEMBER 20, 2010 AT
THE DCHS MEDIA CENTER.
WE WILL DISCUSS FUND
RAISERS AND OTHER
EVENTS COMING UP.

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with a loss to Williston and a win against Oak Hall on Mon-
day night. Don't miss the next game in Trenton on the 20th.

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for others who are at high risk of complications from the flu. Flu vaccinations
protect you, your family members, and your community.

Present severe illness. In the U.S., the flu puts about 200,000 people
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Announcements


Nature Coast Rehabilitation
"We Get Results"
Are you suffering from arthritis, chronic pain or a stroke? Nature Coast Rehabilitation has 2 locations to serve
you: at 1315 Northwest 210 Ave., Ste. 3 in Chiefland, phone (352) 493-2999, and 37 South Main Street, Ste. C
in Williston, phone (352) 528-0022. They can assist you in regaining lost independence and restore participation
in enjoyed activities. They create an honest and caring environment where the staff and patients can work together
to overcome obstacles and achieve the highest levels of both physical function and personal growth.
Nature Coast Rehabilitation highly experienced rehabilitation staff consists of Registered Physichl Therapists,
Physical Therapy Assistants, Massage Therapists and Physical Therapy Aides. It is like being amongst friends,
the staff is very sensitive and courteous and provides quality treatment and most of all they really listen to your
comments and questions.
The editors of this 2010 Fall Local Business Updateask our readers...why goelsewhere when Nature Coast
Rehabilitation has it all? Call in Chiefland.(352) 493-2999 or Williston (352) 528-0022 and schedule your
visit today! Visit their website at www.natrecoastrehabilitation.com.
Haven Hospice
The dedicated staff at Haven Hospice believes that everyone deserves compassion, care and comfort, that every
day is a gift, and that hospice is about living, not dying. By providing end-of-life care and counseling earlier in
the disease process, Haven can significantly relieve patients' symptoms so that every day is a gift of time they
can spend enjoying their families, friends,.and living. Haven staff and volunteers have a personal calling to share'
life's journeys and make a powerful difference in the lives of the patients and families they serve in Dixie, Levy
and Gilchrist counties. Nationally recognized for'excellence and innovation in the care they provide, they are
specialists in making patients as comfortable as possible so that no suffers needlessly. Haven's care is enhanced by
programs such as Palliative Massage Therapy, which relieves pain and anxiety; Transitions, which offers assistance
to those who are not ready for hospice care and provides caregiver support; Healing Hearts, which provides grief
counseling and support groups, Camp Safe Haven for children who have suffered a loss, and SASHA's Friends for
children anticipating a loss; and specially-trained patient and family volunteers who believe as Haven does that
everyone deserves companionship through life's journeys. Haven also offers assistance with advance care planning
and living wills.
Serving North Florida since 1979, Haven has been licensed as a not-for-profit hospice since 1980. If you or
a loved one need hospice services, the editors of this 2010 Fall Local Business Update suggest you contact
Haven Hospice at 1-800-727-1889 or visit www.havenhospice.ore.
Omni Home Care
"the way home care should be..."
We know how difficult it is to devote the proper care and attention to your loved ones who may need special care
following an accident or illness. Home is the most desirable and effective place for recuperation. Let Omni Home
Care bring their quality care right to your door where and when you need it most.
Omni Home Care values quality of service above all else. Their commitment to patients is visible through their
Registered Nurses, Physical Therapists, Speech Therapists, Social Workers, Licensed Practical Nurses, Occupational
Therapists and Home Health Aides. Each staff member is eager to provide the best possible Home Health Services.
Now serving the following counties: Alachua, Bradford, Dixie, Gilchrist, Levy, Marion, Putnam & Union.
Omni Home Care caregivers are compassionate and highly skilled professionals who listen to patients' needs.
They are trained to manage physical, psychological and emotional barriers to recovery. They work for each
individual's safety, welfare and best interests.
The editors of this 2010 Fall Local Business Update suggest that if you would like more information about
Omni Home Care or home health care in general, just call (352) 384-9240 or 1-877-246-0734. They would be
glad to answer any questions you may have. LIC#299991705
Flying Hawk
Whether you are looking for wall-to-wall carpet, quality hardwood floors, beautiful laminate flooring or top-of-the-
line tile, Flying Hawk has ivhat you need. They will help you pick the perfect flooring option, work within your
budget and get the right product installed on time
At Flying Hawk, they have the greatest selections of residential and commercial flooring in the area Among
their extensive collections, you will find everything from exquisite, decorative woven carpets to the most durable
hardwood flooring.
Their talers nd tr alaspects offloorng. Th their .wninhouse training .
prog*d a a941WiHf s6i4tl.tomersd Ad They provide
installation services to the ireidential, commercial, new construction, remodel and design trade for carpet, hardwood,
laminate, vinyl, ceramic, marble or tile. Find-the flooring'to fit your style and taste, and even your budget.
The editors of this 2010 Fai Local Business Update suggest that you.call Flying Hawk, located at Highway
19 in Old Town, phone (352) 542-9038, and let them fulfil your flooring needs today!

ALLCLEAN, INC
They have been serving your neighbors in Cental Florida for over 25 years. No job is to big or too small. Their
services include: Janitorial work, floor service, pressure cleaning for businesses and private homes. Let them
customize a cleaning service that will meet your budget. Contact them at: Gainesville (352) 372-0461 Ocala
(352) 867-8755
Toll Free 1-800372-0761 Fax (352) 373-6012 E-mail info@alldeanfl.com


First Baptist of
Steinhatchee
* We are so proud to welcome
another new baby boy born
into our family of GOD! Little
Eli Irby Brigalia was born on
September 8th. He weighed
71bs. 10 oz. and was 20 inches
long. The parents and grand-
parents are blessed that he is so
normal, healthy and lots of
hair. Isn't child birth a miracle
from God? There are so many
things that can go wrong, but
GOD had HIS hand on Little
Eli!He is blessed with four
brothers and sisters too!
* We are having our Fall Re-
vival beginning on September
27th, so mark your calendars!
Our services begin at 7:00 P. M.
Revival helps revive and in-'
spire us in our path of life!
* If anyone has a tricycle they
want to donate to the church,
we need 3, for our Awanna
classes! Please call the church
498-2108 if Thank you to those
singing the special music for
our "Back To Church Sunday"!
Mitch Mitchell played his gui-
tar and was backed up by Leon
Holden playing the
mandlyn.They sang" If That Is-
n't Love" and "He Touched Me"!
Also Harry Gatlin sang, "He
Paid A Debt"! What a blessing
to hear our folks singing for the
LORD!
* We praise GOD for the bless-
ings He gives us daily!! Preach-
er Holden is feeling better now!
Please continue to pray for
Charlotte,Hughes, Gerry
Chancey, Sam Gaston, Kathy
Dickson, Delores Studstill,
Dorothy Hollon, flying safety
for Joye & Tim Persky, the
many un-spoken requests, all
our military serving here and
over-seas, our countries finan-
cial situation, the President, all
of our churches. Let's re-
member: Life and people are
fragile... handle with prayer
Blessings to all!
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Sorry ,Mom, this came late
In memoriam of your 12th
anniversary in Heaven (6-5-98). Not
an hour goes by that we don't think
of you. What Blessed memories you
left us with. God Bless you, mom we
will forever Love you, we will miss
you always.
*Love Daughters, Son, All of the family,
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Loved by so many!

5-13-47 to 9-12-2010
IIl miss you my strong buffalo.
Love your shining Star


The Family of Mason Ed-
ward Elliott (Ski Daddy)
would like to invite his clos-
est relatives and dearest
friends to a celebration of
his life. There will be some
fine southern cooking and
lots of remembering the.
good ole times with Mason.
This is a casual event so
please feel free to come as
you are. Where: Ricky and
Elaine Brim's home When:
Saturday September 18th at
5:00 PM if you have any
questions you may contact
Elaine at 542-1223. Cause of
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Local


DIXIE ROTARY FALL
FESTIVAL SET FOR

NOV 6-7

The 5th Annual Dixie Ro-
tary Fall Festival will be
Saturday and Sunday, No-
vember 6th and 7th at the
Trail Riders Club Commu-
nity Center in Cross City.
The activities will rim from
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM on Satur-
day and from Noon until
3:00 on Sunday.

A Car Show and Parade will
feature classic, antique and
sports cars, modified and
muscle trucks, and bikes.
All are invited to participate
in the show and parade. A
single entry is $ 15 or a busi-
ness or club can feature a
fleet of vehicles for only
$100. Show off your prize
antique or sports car Fea-
ture your business vehicles
to remind local residents
about your business and
that the best money spent is
money spent in our commu-
nity. The parade will start
at 10:00 AM at the airport
and process through town
and back to the airport by
.way of US 9. Be in the pa-
rade!

The GIANT Flea market is
back. Crafters, food ven-
dors, and yard sale junkies
are invited to participate.
What an opportunity to
make a little spending mon-
Sey: Rent space for up to 4 ta-
bles for just $10 for both
days!.

Registration forms for the
GIANT Flea Market are
available at the following
Cross City businesses: Bad-
cock's, County Extension
Office, Drummond Bank,
Hill and Cobb Insurance,
Dixie County Clerk's Office,
Dixie County Library, Kings
Oil and Tire, and Anne G
Hodges CPA. You can also
have a registration form
faxed or mailed to you by
calling 352-498-7067.

The fifth annual Gun Show
will once again offer a great
opportunity for hunting en-
thusiasts and gun collectors
to buy, sell or swap guns,
knives and archery equip-

October 8th
Attracting Birds of North Florida
Workshop; Session One
-Providing Food

UF/IFAS Levy County Exten-
sion presents the first in the
Homeowner Gardening for
Wildlife series Providing
Food for North Florida birds.
Fall and winter present op-
portunity to take up a popu-
lar and growing pastime,
bird watching. Join other in-
teiested area residents, Fri-
day, October 8, 9 a.m. Noon,
at the Levy County Exten-
sion office, 625 North Hath-
away Avenue, Alternate U.S.
27, Bronson, 32621.

Emma Willcox, UF/IFAS Re-
gional Specialized Agent,
Wildlife/Natural Resources
will discuss attracting birds
of North Florida with native
plantings and supplemental
food sources. Tips on plant
selection, based on your
landscape, and a tour of the
demonstration garden will il-
lustrate an integrated ap-
proach to home landscaping


ment. Admission to the
Gun Show is $ 5.00. While
there will be dealers from
around the state, local gun
collectors are welcome to
rent a table ($40.00) to show
off their collections.

According to Rotary Presi-
dent Dana Johnson, "The
Dixie Rotary Fall Festival is
an excellent way to cele-
brate the beginning of hunt-
ing season, get a start on
holiday shopping, make a
little money selling'your.
junk, meet the owners of
classic vehicles and just en-
joy being outside in our
beautiful fall weather."

Parking and admission to
the flea market and car
show are free. Non profit
organizations that are not
fund raising or selling mer-
chandise are encouraged to
set up an information booth
at no charge.

The Dixie Rotary Fall Festi-
.val is a project of the Dixie
County Rotary Club, an in-
ternational service organi-
zation dedicated to "Service
above Self." The funds
raised at the festival are
used to fund service pro-
jects in the community

A COPY OF THE OFFI-
CIAL REGISTRATION
* AND FINANCIAL INFOR-
MATION MAY BE OB-
TAINED FROM THE DI-
VISION OF CONSUMER
SERVICES BY. CALLING
TOLL FREE WITHIN THE
STATE 1-800-435-7352.
REGISTRATION DOES.
NOT IMPLY ENDORSE-:
MENT, APPROVAL; OR
RECOMMENDATION BY
THE STATE.

For more information about
the Gun Show, contact Bob
Anderson at 352-542-3077 or
352-356-3668 or email to
JB816@gatorworks.com.
For more information about
the GIANT Flea Market,
contact Anne Hodges at 352-
498-067 or 352-542-7135-or an-
neofevergreen@bellsouth.net.

For information about the
Car Show and Parade con-
tact Ray Hodges at 352-542-
7135 or 352-356-1429 or
polledherefords@bell-
south.net.

that may provide food for
birds and other wildlife visi-
tors.

The variety and differences
in supplemental (man-made)
bird feeds and feeders will
also be discussed and advice
given on food and feeder pref-
erences of particular birds.
The public is invited to take
advantage of this FREE
course and demonstration
sponsored by Nature Coast
Master Gardeners and South-
west Florida Water Manage-
nient District. Light refresh-
ments will be served. Offered
free of cost but space is lim-
ited pre-register by calling
toll free 866-542-4496.

To register or for more infor-
mation, call Barbara Ed-
monds, toll-free 866-542-4496
or email
savemygarden@gmail.com
UF/IFAS Levy County Exten-
sion programs and services
are open to all without re-
gard to race, color, age, sex,
religion, national origin or
handicap.


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The Red Hat Tamamas of September is our Anniver-
Steinhatchee had their Au- sary month and we are all
gust meeting at Harry's eagerly awaiting our Queen
Seafood Bar and Grille in Tamama's big bash to cele-
Gainesville. Everyone en-; brate with fun and games.
joyed the New Orleans style
food and the camaraderie. Until next time look out for
Much shopping was done af- the red and purple ladies!
ter lunch, with many not
getting home until dark!


The Cross City 4-H Club Banquet
was held recently at.the Trailrid-
ers in Cross City Membdrs re-
ceived awards for their projects
and accomplishments during the
2009-2010 year. The program be-
gan with year pins, followed by
project pins, and special team
awards.
The Cross City 4-H Club was suc-
cessful in many competitive
events throughout the year.
They represented Dixie County
well at the North Florida Fair,
Florida Sunshine Classic Poul-


Proven DEDICATION to the children of Dixie County



Worked as a School Resource Officer in our Schools
Educated Children in Crime Prevention, Substance Abuse, Traffic Laws
and Defensive Driving
Organized and Accompanied Students on Educational Field Trips
Supported Youth Sports with Sponsorship, Donations and Equipment
Supported Student Clubs and Organizations
Supported Local Youth Mhistries
Served as Chairman of RRMS School Advisory Committee
Volunteered Time and Service to Students and Classes
Supported Suwannee River Youth Livestock Fair ,

Lets Eleet Someone who hfas een Involved and Supported our'
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NOTES

Starfet
Cannon

Supervisor
rf WR.irtine


Despite the rain we had during our primary election, August 24.
2010, the overall turnout was good. The Supervisor of Elections
and staff are busy preparing for the upcoming General Election,
held November 2, 2010.
Therefore, I encourage voters not to wait until c to
check their voter registration. status. Visit our NEWEST
FEATURE on our website www.dixtevotes.com. click, on Voter
Information, then voter status information, there you are able to
review/update your voter registration information, request an
absentee ballot, find out your asagned precinct and address along
with lots of other information..
If your signature has changed over the years, and you voteoby
requesting and absentee ballot, make sure your signature is up-to-
date. Your voter's certificath signature is verified with the
signature on file at the Supervisor of Elections office.
Please encourage your family, neighbors, and fiends to
participate in the upcoming election. Let's excedd our projected
turnout and keep ddnoaracy alive and well in Dixie County!
***DATES TO REMEMBER***
Voter Registration Closes: October 4, 2010
Early Voting Begins: October 1f, 2010
&UA Ends-October 30, 2010
Mours Monday thru Friday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday: October 23, 2010 & October 30, 2010,'
&a.m. to 4 p.m.
Polls Open: 7a.m. to 7 p.m.
Contact the Supervisor of Elections office at
(352) 498-1216, for additional information,
g visit our website at www.dixievotes.com:


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410 N. Main Street, Suite 8 Chiefland, FL 352-490-0900


Association Meeting

Saturday September 18,2010
11:00 AM, Dixie County Pub-
lic Library September Meet-
ing for Dixie County Bee As-
sociation will be having their
monthly meeting. Please
plan to attend. Looking for
new members to.join. Any
questions please feel free to
contact Nathan Whitfield at
498-5851 or Pat Whitfield 352-
246-4161. Looking forward to
you being there.


try Show, Florida State Fair,
Suwannee River Fair, Levy
County Fair, 4-H District Events,
various Florida beef and dairy
cattle shows, and Florida 4-H
Congress. They also participat-
ed in community service and ed-
ucational programs throughout
the year
The first meeting of the new 4-H
year will be September 22 at 4:00.
For additional information, con-
tact the Leaders Denee Hurst
and Sharon McCall.


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0hews tloate.


With just 3 roping events, re-
maining for the season the
competition is really heating
up. On 9/3/10 we held a dou-
ble roping to make up for
one that was rained out on
8/6/20. The winners from
the first roping were:
HEADERS 1ST PLACE -
tucker Evans, 2nd place.-
Charles Allen, 3rd place -
. Eddie Reynolds. HEELERS
1ST place Ron Walton.
The winners from our sec-
ond roping were: HEADERS
1ST PLACE Eddie
Reynolds, 2nd place -
Charles Allen, 3rd place -
Tucker Evans. HEELERS
1st place Ron Walton, 2nd
place John Driggers.
Come on out and join in on
the fun before it's to late!
We will be roping this Fri-
da4 foht, weather perniit-
ting. 'ign up's start at 7pm
and the roping will begin at
8pm.

There will also be a game
Sday for all our.speed event
participants this Saturday
Sign ups for Little Bit's are
from 5 5:30pm, with their
group starting at 5:30. Sign
ups for the older groups will
be from 5 6:30pm;with
Their competition starting at
. 6:30.
old Tow= Oommm'Uy Blood DriveMM
Saturday, September 18'
9:30 a.m. 1:30 p.m.
'Hitchoock's Foodway
Summnes omlmMirM Blood Drive
Saturday, September 18
8 p.m -,:30 p.m.
* Look for the bloodmobile at
Suwannee Baptist Church


"We deliver onthe River"
The Missed .Dinner Belle
Concession-on the-River ,
Route Starts at Hart Sandbar

356-3418


* Wings

*Burgers

* Dogs


*Sausage

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Local


HeIWPBBBe helpful house-
hold tips to make your life a
little easier.


Bathroom Odors: Place an
opened box of baking soda OR
an open container of activated
charcoal behind the toilet to
absorb bathroom odors.
Blood Stains: Soak the stain in
hydrogen peroxide, wash (don't
dry), and repeat if necessary.
This tip works especially well
for caret and clothes.

Carpet Stains: Baby wipes are
miracle-workers on carpet
stains, from motor oil to blood,
they remove almost anything!
Cast Iron Pans: To gently and
effectively clean your cast iron
skillets after most uses, wipe
out excess food with a dry pa-
per towel, then sprinkle salt
inside the pan. Wipe clean
with a clean, dry paper towel.
The salt acts as an abrasive to
scratch off any stuck-on parti-
cles of food without using-soap
and water, which can remove
your seasoning. For stubborn
stuck-on food, use a putty
knife to scrape it off. You may,
however, need to preseason the
pan aftdr doing this.

Chimney: To keep your chim-
ney clean, throw a handful of
salt on the fire.

Cloudy Drinking Glasses: Soak
them for an hour or longer in
slightly warm white vinegar.
Then, use a nylon-net or plas-
tic dish scrubber to remove
film. Still there? The damage
may be etching (tiny scratches
that occur in the dishwasher)
and is permanent, sorry to say.
To avoid this altogether, hand-
wash your best glasses.

Coffee Grinder: Grind up a cup
or so of rice in a coffee grinder
to clean the grinder and sharp-
en its blades.

Crayon on Walls or Washable
Wallpaper: Spray with WD-
40, then gently wipe, using a
paper towel or clean cloth. If
the mark is stubborn, sprinkle
a little baking soda on a damp
sponge and gently rub in a cir-
cular motion. If the WD-40
leaves a residue, gently wipe
off with a sponge soaked in
soapy water; rinse clean; blot
dry. Another method is to use a
hair dryer it heats the wax
and wipes away instantly If
the color remains, like red
usually does, wet a cloth with
bleach and wipe.

Deodorize dishes, pans, cutting
boards or utensils with pun-
gent odors by adding 1/4 cup of
lemon juice to your dishwater.
Dishwashers: To clean mineral
deposits from the inside of
your dishwasher, pour in a
container of Tang@ Drink Mix
and run the dishwasher (don't
put dishes in the dishwasher
for this load).

Fireplace Soot Odor; In the
Spring, when you're fireplace
will be out of commission for a
while, clean out the ashes,
then fill the fireplace with
crumpled newspapers (non-
glossy pages). Leave the news-
papers for a couple of days,


Log Cabin Quilters

The Log Cabin Quilters met
Thursday, Sept. 9th at the
Levy County Quilt Museum
Our days are busy and now
more than ever. We have
had two loads of fabric, all
kinds, cut squares to make
quilts, sheets for lining, all
kinds of sewing things and
so much more. Some we
sell, but most we just ask for
a donation. We have now
packed a truckload filled
with boxes of double knit
and what have you. What
we don't get rid of soon will
go to High springs and
Gainesville. If you think


then discard. cially well for the odor of gar-
lic, onions or fish.


Freshen Laundry Basket:
Place a fabric softener sheet in
the bottom of your laundry
basket (remember to change it
weekly.) You can also simply
sprinkle some baking soda in
the bottom of your basket and
that will help absorb the odors
as well.

Freshen Linen Closet: In the
linen closet place cotton balls
that have been sprayed with
your favorite scent: Once they
are dry place them in corners
and on the shelves.

Ink Stains: Put rubbing alco-
hol on the stain and it will dis-
appear! This must be'done be-
fore washing. For ink on the
wall, wipe with bleach and it
will disappear.

Kitty Litter: To keep cat litter
fresh smelling, mix baby pow-
der in with the litter.

Microwave Filth: Food splat-
ters all over the inside of your
microwave and cooks itself on
after time. To easily remove
this mess, place a sponge
soaked in water in the mi-
crowave. Cook on high heat for
2 minutes, then allow it to sit
without opening the mi-.
crowave door, for 5 minutes.
The filth is now ready to be
wiped right off no scrubbing -
and your sponge is right there!
Odor-free Car: Place a few bri-
quettes of charcoal under the
seat of your car to absorb
odors and keep it smelling
fresh. Make sure to use the
type without the starting fluid
on them or your car will smell
of fuel.

Permanent Marker on Carpet:
Dab a washcloth soaked in .
rubbing alcohol onto the mark-
er stain. Do not rub it just
blot it rotating the cloth to a
clean spot every time.
Pet Urine on Carpet: First, blot
up what you can with paper
towels. Then, with warm,
soapy water and a clean cloth,
blot the area clean; rinse with
clean water; blot until dry
Next, combine 1/3 cup white
vinegar with 2/3 cup water
and dab it on stain; rinse with
clean water; blot untildry.
Once the area is totally'dry (at
least 24 hours), sprinkle entire
carpet with baking soda or rug
deodorizer; vacuum after a few
hours.

Photos Stuck Together: With a
hair dryer on low, slowly melt
them apart.

Shower Doors: Clean glass
shower doors by spraying Re-
solve@ spot remover for carpet
and fabric. Simply wipe with a
damp sponge.

Smashed Down Carpet: To
make the carpet stand back up
after moving a piece of furni-
ture, place an ice cube on the
spot. As it melts, the piles will
go back up.

Smelly Cooking Hands: Simply
rub your hands over a stain-
less steel utensil under run-
ning water. This works espe-


you might need
what we have
come out and
then come out
to see if you can '
use it. (11050
.NW 10
Ave,Chiefland)
Many churches .
are making all
kinds of'things
for hospitals,
hospice and
children that
need something. We have
so much and it will soon
have to go. We have several
ladies unpacking and it's
like Christmas, they don't
know what's in a box.
Thursday Lunch was great


Smelly Shoes: Simply fill a
tube sock with kitty litter, bak-
ing soda, or tea leaves; tie the
end closed; and place the filled
socks in the shoes when you're
not wearing them. These sa-
chets can be used over and
over in any kind of shoe.
Sour Sponge: Soak the sponge
in lemon juice and rinse it out.
This will remove the odor for
good but keep in mind that it
is important to either dispose
of, bleach, or run your sponge
through your dishwasher reg-
ularly to keep bacteria from
growing.

Stains in Plastic Storage Con-
tainers: Use a baking soda
paste (baking soda and water)
and rub into the stain. You can
then rinse with vinega'(op-
tional) and wash normally. An-
other method is to place con-
tainer outside on a nice sunny
day and the sun actually.
bleaches the stain out. To
avoid stains in the first place,
.spray container with cooking
spray before putting things in
it that stain i.e. spaghetti
sauce.

Stickers, Decals, and Glue: To
remove them from furniture,
glass, plastic, etc. saturate
with vegetable oil and rub off.
Stuck-On Food in Pots, Pans,
and Crockpots: Fill the pan
with water and place a fabric
softener sheet in the water. Al-
low the pan to soak overnight.
The food will wipe right out!

Dessert Pizza

1 unbaked pizza crust
21 oz. can pie filling (cherry,'
apple, OR blueberry)
1/4 cup granulated sugar
1/2 cup all-purpose flour
2 Tbls. butter OR margarine


-Prepare thin crust dough ac-
cording to recipe.
-Spread out in a lightly
greased 12" pizza pan or un-
greased pizza stone.
-Spoon pie topping on dough
leaving a 3/4" space from edge
of pan.
-Combine flour and sugar in a
bowl. With a fork, cut in butter,
making sure you do not mix
too, much. It should be
crumbly.
-Sprinkle topping over pie fill-
ing.
-Bake in 450 degree oven until
topping and crust are golden
brown.
-Remove from oven and let cool
5-10 minutes before cutting.

In addition to my usual beg-
ging for recipes and tips I
would like to add a request for
any recipes that uses wild
game. I would also love any
recipes or tips that you use
while at your camp. I got a cou-
ple of great recipes from one
of our camp's neighbors and
would like to have more to
share. Actually, I just want to
hear from you. E-mail me any-
thing anytime at
Cravey644@bellsouth.net


with fried chicken, fried
okra, vegetable soup, dirty
rice, macaroni salad, pear
pie, pear turnovers, pears
and cheese, pear'jam and
biscuits and much more
Winnelle Home


Dixie "hero" MILITARY
Dixe "h MITAStill Missing and Unaccounted
memorial In the MOMENTS for by Conflict:
WITH TANK WWI- 3,350 WWII- 78,750
works NATIONAL Korea- 8,215 Vietnam-2,005
NATIONAL


Dixie County is preparing a
memorial to our fallen he-
roes. These will include mil-
itary personnel from Dixie
County who have given their
lives in the service of our
country, and also those in
law enforcement, fire-rescue
and related fields who have
been killed in the line of
duty

If you have knowledge of a
family member or acquain-
tance who would qualify,
please contact Jerry Prater
at (352) 498-1246 or write to
the Dixie COunty Veteran's
Serv ice, PO Box 1119, Cross
City, FL 32628. You will need
to include the individual's
name (Spelled correctly),
branch of service or civilian
duty assignment, and the
date of this person's death.

We would like to have this
project up and running by
Veterans Day, which is No-
vember 11.


Do You Have Questions.
About Medicare?

Do you have questions about
your options for Medicare,
Medicare/Medicaid,
Disability, Supplemental In-
surance, Part D Prescription
Drug Plans, or
Medicare Billings? If you
do, come see SHINE, a vol-
unteer program with the
Florida Department of El-
der Affairs for one-on-one
counseling. SHINE.
provides free, unbiased and
confidentialassistance. If
you cannot come to a
site call the Elder Helpline
at 1-800-262-2243 to be re-
ferred to a
SHINE Volunteer. SHINE
will be at:
Fri, September 17th
10:00am-Noon Branford Li-
brary
Wed, September 22nd
10:00am-Noon Trenton Li-
brary
Wed, September 22nd
2:00-4:00pm Cross City Li-
brary
You are cordially
Invited to a
cJierorid oer'aice






Company G, 60th Regiment
Georgia CSA
Sunday, October 3, 2010
Jennings Lake Cemetery
3 PM

Children of James S Bailey
are Jane Ann Bailey Knight-
en, Jefferson Timothy Bailey
Larcinia Bailey Suggs, Mary
Penina Bailey Nash, Ella Bai-
ley Cooper Nash Knighten,
James Wiley Bailey, William
Redmond Bailey, Silvia Bai-
ley Moore, Ashley Bailey,
John Gordon Bailey, Sidney
Newton Bailey, Eunice Bailey
Polk, Pernion Bailey, Oliver
W Bailey, Ruby Rachel Bailey
Rose, Jennings Bryan Bailey
and Frances Beatrice Bailey
Rivers

The Memorial Service will be
enacted by
John Hance Osteen
Camp 770,
Sons of Confederate
Veterans of Bell
Olustee Chapter 2488
United Daughters of the Con-
federacy of Lake City
Black Hawk Cavalry
Chapter 856,
Children of the Confederacy
Bring your own chairs


SDwayne "Top" Rollson
Owner Operator



ugmaster Pest Control,Inc.


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


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


POWIMIA
RECOGNITION
DAY


The National POW/
MIA Recognition
Day is observed on
the third Friday of
September. The US
Congress passed a
resolution on July
18,1979 authorizing
National POW/MIA
Day to be observed.
This date was the
recognized date until
1986 when it was
moved to the third
Friday of September.
Since WWI, more
than 200.(000 Amer-
icans have been list-
ed as POW or MIA.
Less than half were
returned, leaving
more than 125,000 servicemen
unaccounted for.

There are approximately 2.000
American personnel listed by the
Defense Department's POW/MIA
office as missing and unaccount-
ed for from the Vietnam War
alone. Since the end of the war in
1975, only 841 have been ac-
counted for. About 90% of the
1.741 still missing, were lost in
Vietnam or the areas of Laos and
Cambodia.


On this day, we also should honor
all .of the former prisoners of war.
They have endured one of the
greatest challenges anyone can
face, the loss of personal liberty.

SWe, as Ameri-
cans, should
take this time to
remember those
who were (or
still are) Prison-
ers of War
(POW) and
those missing in
action (MIA),
as well as their
families. They.
stood by with
courage as
those they loved
proudly an-
swered the call
to defend our
freedoms. They
have suffered -
for decades not
knowing the fate of their loved
ones.

Former President John F.
Kennedy- "A nation reveals itself
not only by the men it produces,
but also by the men it honors, the
men it remembers"

We will never recover all of our
missing, but we can continue try-
ing. Our nation owes these heroes
nothing less than that.


AMERICAN LEGION POST 383

RECOGNIZES POW/MIA DAY


The American Legion Post 383, Old Town, will recognize
our Prisoners of War and Missing in Action Veterans on
Friday, September 17th. The ceremony will begin at noon
and all Veteran members, their families and friends are cor-
dially invited to this event to remember our fallen con-
rades. Refreshments/food will follow the ceremony. We
must all remember the price our Veterans have paid so that
we are free! For more information, please call 542-2021 9
AM -11 PM.


Dennis & Vikki Burke To Minister at Lighthouse Word Church

Lighthouse Word Church is pleased to host
special meetings with Dennis and Vikki
Burke of Dennis Burke Ministries. A
Women's Conference will be held on Friday
October 1, at 7:30 pm, with refreshments in-
cluded, and Saturday, October 2, at 9:30 am
with a continental breakfast included. Dr.
Dennis Burke will be ministering on Sun-
day, October 3, at 10:30 am at the Lighthouse.
The Burkes have been in ministry for over
30 years, teaching with ministers such as
Kenneth Copeland and Jerry Savelle. Dennis and Vikki trav-
el the globe every year sharing the Word of God and the keys
to victorious Christian living. They have authored numerous
books including Vikki's best seller Aim Your Child Like an
Arrow. Ladies, please call 493-1554, and let us know if you
will be able attend the Women's Conference.







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SignleWide MH 2BR IBath in Old goun beef, and more. USDA in-
Town. with garage, carport, one 100% Uspected. No hormones Evergreen
furnished 450.00 a month 1st and last olled Herefords 352-498-0880. ever-
sec. deposit. NO PETS. Call 352-344- greenherefordbeef.com
3536


2BR 1Bath house for rent 1st and last
months rent 500.00 a month, NO PETS
3BR 2Bath large yard 1st and last
month rent 600.00 a month, NO PETS
call 498-3795
4BR 2Bath House for rent 950.00 a
month 1st and last month rents. in
front of the Dixie County High
School, and Shopping distinct call 352-
275-1580 or 352-363-0591
House for rent in town close to school
and walking distinct to shopping and
school, 2BR 1Bath, concrete block
400.00 a month and 400.00 deposit, call
352-578-5961


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 352-498-3175, TDd/TTY 711.
"This institution is 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
MH for rent 900.00 to move in, 600.00
month, 300.00 sec. deposit. call 352-256-
7584
4 BR MH 4 Rent 425.00
2 passenger van with wheel chair lift
2,000.00
cars 600.00 each 498-6043 356-2236
House for rent: fenced in yard, walk-
ing distance to Cross City, 1 Br, possi-
bly two BR, 1/1/2 bath. $450 + deposit.
407-504-5401
TRAILER for rent: 3/2 SW $400
monthly First/last, no pets, no smok-
ing 498-5679
ROOM FOR RENT. Quiet neighbor-
hood, paved road, right off 29, close to
shopping. $75/week or $275/month.
542-1324.
Old Town MH 2 BR, 11/2 bath with
shed and screened porch on 1/4 acre
fenced. $400/mo 1st, sec. 800-238-3296
House for rent Great for a small fami-
lies 3BR 1Bath house big yard close to
AES and Ruth Rains. 550.00 a month
and 1st and last month deposit. must
have references. Ready October 1st.
Call 352-363-0412


LOOK New Hay for sale,
large rolls, highly fertilized
weed free, coastal burmuda
45.00, Pensacola bahai 35.00
call 352-949-0222






PRICE JUST REDUCED &
FINANCING AVAILABLE:
Beautiful Lot and m/h near riv-
er in Jena;
3BR/1BR; 498-2601 for more info.


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GRAIN FED BEEF- hormone free.
% %' or whole, $ 1.50 per lb, live
weight plus slaughter, cut and wrap.
Evergreen Polled Herefords 352-498-
0880 or 352-542-7135
For Sale 20inch rims black chrome
w/ 305 toyo street tires
2006 bully dog program duller max
diesel
38inch J1 sub woofers w/ box 850
what kicker ahamp call 356-0319
Radio turn table close to a 100
records CD, 1960-1970 hits some of
country and gossable asking 75.00
or OBO call 498-3206
SWMH 14x70 8,000 with setup price
S'negotiable call 352-340-9047
FREE HD FOR LIFE! Only on DISH
NETWORK. Lowest Price in America!
$24.99/mo for OVER 120 Channels!
PLUS $500 Bonus! Call Today. 1-888-
534-0347


VONAGE Unlimited Calls Around the
World! Call The U.S. & 60+ Countries -
- ONLY $14.99/mo (for 6 months)
PLUS FREE 30-Day Money Back
Guarantee! Call 1-888-857-0205

For Sale Fifth Wheel Travel Trailer
triple slide asking 1500.00 cash or
OBO everything works
62ft. 78 Singlewide MH partly fur-
nished new and used with washer and
dryer new refrigerator slighty used
stove asking 1500.00 cash or OBO call
352-578-5980

2002 Sierra 5th Wheel RV, 2 slides,
sleeps four adults, two children,
queen sized bed, sleeper sofa, all
fiberglass body, lots of storage inside
and underneath. Tub w/shower. Cen-
tral air, always kept under cov-
er.$10,900. 542-2023
"THE HEART OF THE HAMMOCK.
HUMANE SOCIETY in Old Town is
in need of the following: fencing,
large or small pieces, fence posts,ken-
nels, dog houses, dog food, puppy,
food, cat food, kitten food and cat lit-
ter. Donations of any of these items
would be greatly appreciated and are
needed for our animal rescue work.
We are also in need of volunteers for
our animal foster program and our
thrift shop. For further info please
call 542-1617 or come by the thrift
shop on Hwy 19 next to the western
wear store. Thank you."
For Sale SW MH 14x70 8000.00 with
setup price negotiable. call 352-340-
9047
For Sale Freightliner with cummings
300, alum rock trailer, 3 axle lowboy,
log trailer may divide or all for
2500.00 OBO 352-498-5793 or 352-356-
1312
i LARGE OAK DINING TABLE, seats 6-
8 people, 300.00 or will trade for equal.
other items for sale too much to list.
call 542-8367
FOR SALE LARGE DRESSER w/ mir-
ror, single bed w/ drawers mattress
and Head board 200.00, Round glass
top dining w/ 4 chairs 40.00, Mi-
crowave (white) 10.00, End table 10.00,
Recliner 20.00, Bicycle w/ helmet, lock
and hand pump 65.00, Wicker Couch
(white) 25.00, Hutch w/ glass doors
and lights 50.00 call 352-542-9457 ask
for Jim
46 INCH SAMSUNG PLASMA FLAT
SCREEN TV for sale. I paid $2000.00
for it new two years ago. I'm asking
$500.00 OBO for it. I also have a
VCR/DVD player that I will give to
who buys the TV as well as two exter-
nal speakers that were $50.00 a piece.
Call at 542-8369 if you interested.
Camper Trailer 500.00
Goat 80.00
Hog 4501bs 50.00
Cars 500.00 call 498-6043


Help Wanted

Clerical Position: Suwannee
Water & Sewer District is ac-
cepting resumes for part time
administrative assistant. Du-
ties will include answering
phone, posting payments, en-
tering meter readings, print-
ing bills, etc. Computer skills
and ability to interact with
the public in a professional
manner a must. Position will
be open as of September 6,
2010, the last day we will ac-
cept resumes is Friday Sep-
tember 24, 2010. Call (352) 542-
7570 or send resume to P.O.
Box 143, Suwannee, FL 32692
or Fax to (352) 542-7691 or
email to
suwanneewater@bellsouth.n
et. EOE & Drug Free Work-
place.

LOG TRUCK DRIVER
Clean CDL
Drug screen required
Call 352-356-2160


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


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 18
years. Open Tuesday-Friday 8-4.
Saturday. 8-12 or call for appoint-
ment anytime: located on NE 512
Avenue (behind McCrabb
Church) 7 miles North of Old
Town off Hwy 349. 542-3432 or toll
free 1-877-542-3232 210-2629 ufn
Authorized Carpet Cleaning
Services We Offer: Carpet & Up-
holstery Cleaning, Air Duct
Cleaning, Tile & Grout Cleaning,
Grout Color'Sealin, 24 Hour Fire
& Water Restoration Emergency
Service (352) 331-1818
www.DixieCountyCarpetClean-
ing.com

Babysitters will watch your kids
in our home, reliable mothers here
to help you. Call Felicca Futch
352-221-4276 or Heather Jordan
352-285-8835


Real Estate Licensees

Can Apply for Oil

Spill-Related Claims

with NCA


This week, Florida Realtors
secured damages for real es-
tate sales associates and bro-
kers who experienced loss of
personal income as a result
of the BP Deepwater Hori-
zon oil spill. Florida-li-
censed real estate brokers
can now file claims for eco-
nomic damages through an
industry-specific Web site,
GulfREClaims.com. NCA
Claims Administration Pro-
fessionals is processing these
claims.

"As the licensing and regula-'
tory agency for real estate
professionals in Florida, we
want to ensure our licensees
know that this assistance is
available to them and how to
access it," said Secretary
Charlie Liem. "The oil spill
has had a great impact on
real estate professionals in'
Florida, and these funds will
help them get through this
difficult time."

Brokers will need the follow-
ing information in order to
file a claim:

Information about in-
come stream
Evidence of historical
income
Evidence to link the loss
and incident, such as tax
records, wage loss state-
ments, deposit slips, finan-
cial statements, valid sales
contracts, and any other
claim-related documentation
Photo identification
Copy of your real estate
license and license number
Any other documenta-
tion supporting your claim

For more information about
how to file a claim, please
visit GulfREClaims.com or
call 888-498-6944 from 8 a.m.
to 8 p.m., Eastern Standard
Time, Monday through Fri-
day.


ACROSS
1. Cleopatra's killer
4. CPR expert
7. Salutation for
Caesar
10. Rocker's rival, in
'60s England
13. Syllable from
Curly
14. MASH
procedures
16. Prior to, to Prior
17. Comic strip
character
debuting in 1925
19. Nothing at all
20.'50s campaign
name
21. walking horse
23. Dung beetle, for
one
26. Victoria of "All of
Me"
27. Lend a hand
28. Acts the stoolie
31. Feed the kitty
32. Sporty Pontiac of
yore
33. Neck of the
woods,
34. In favor of
36. 'The Courtship of
Eddie's Father"
actress
41.. Hoppy quaff
42. Cakedom's _
Lee
43. Aviators in
tabloids
45. Bridge seat
48. Incantation over a
flattened boxer
49. Abbott and
Costello's first
baseman
50. Attila, "The of
God"
53. Sees, hears, or
feels
55. One of a B-29's
quartet
58. Symbol of
wisdom
59. Decompose


American Prole Hometown Content

60. Perry Mason's
secretary
64. Kabibble of Kay
Kyser's band
65. Admitted to the
poker game
66. Suffix with ethyl
or methyl
67. Mao --tung
68. Country est. in
1948
69. Industrious insect
70. Kit (candy
bar)

DOWN
1. Humbling feeling
2. Gives a sales
spiel to
3. Round design
4. An'd so on, for
short
5. MD's diagnostic
tool
6. Color lightly


7. Spies
8. Captain Nemo's'
creator
9. Ruhr Valley city
10. High-IQ society
member
11. Set straight
12. Wipe out
15. Fruit-drink suffix
18. Lingus
22. Part of a drum kit
23. Give in to gravity
24. To any extent
25. TV's Uncle Miltie
29. Ewe's milieu
30.'Wrangler's rope
34. Plants with
fronds
35. Egg-shaped
37. Really enjoy,
slangily
38. Athenian T
39. Time alternative


40. Site of -
Napoleon's final
exile
44. Sinking ship's call
45. Lively wit
46. Quite unlike the
answer to this
clue
47. Bring relief to
48. Hapless team's
spot
51. -Wip (dessert
topping)
52. Songs for choral
groups
54. Neither's partner
56. Building annex
57. Pro
(proportionately)
61. Gluttony or sloth
62. Explosive letters
63. Holiday in Hanoi


Dixie County Advocate (Late) Facebook question of the week:
You've seen the book " my dad says," right? What
saying or advice that your mom or dad said stuck with you?
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Christina Moody My Dad always told me "Boys will come a d go,
but Daddy's never leave." and he also told me "Fight for what you.
believe in, even if you're the only one fighting." and ."You can't
surprise me. i've been there, done that."
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Leppard dad) I don't care if it's Blind Lion...playing it that loud will
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Casey Nugent Still to this day my mom has always told me to
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fall":)
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Valerie Mock MAKE SURE YOU HAVE CLEAN UNDERWEAR ON, YOU
NEVER KNOW IF YOU MIGHT HAVE TO GO TO HOSPITAL IN AN'
EMERGENCY AND SHE ALWAYS TOLD ME WHEN YOU ARE DOWN
TO A QUARTER TANK OF GAS YOUR EMPTY, FILL THE TANK
UP....LOL I MISS MY MOTHER
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Jeanine Collins If you get a paddlin' at school, expect one when
you get home.
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Patricia Foster Stephens Same here Mrs. Collins! We tell our girls
the same thing!!

Don Curtis,"Work hard and play by the rules, and everything will
be all right.' "ALWAYS, ALWAYS TELL THETRUTH."
Dad's other saying, I can't say on facebook -:too salty.
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Deleah Whitfield "If you can't say anything nice don't say
anything at all"... "Treat others as you would want.to be treated"
and my fav from my grandfather was "if you are bored I sure can
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The Dixie County Advocate Thursday September 16, 2010


Stuff to .Do


POST 91

The Jamerson-Sheffield post
91 wants to remind its mem-
bers of the meeting on the
16th of Sept. starting at 5:30
with a donation dinner and
the meeting after dinner.
The Auxiliary Unit 91 will
have it's meeting at the same
time. Please plan to attend
and become an active part of
your Post, your help is sore-
ly needed. The post is locat-
ed on Highway 129 between
Trenton and Bell next to
FFA Arena.

For GOD and COUNTRY
Leeman White
Commander'
Suwannee River Eagles Post
4520
Community
Pancake
Breakfast

Sunday 9/20
9-11 am
Pancakes, eggs, sausage or
bacon, coffee, orange juice

ALL ARE WELCOME
The Tea Party Network
Rally
FORWARD WITH THE
CONSTITUTION
Featuring Marco Rublo & Rick
Scott
September 18, 2010
11:00 AM 3:00 PM
Francis Field, St Augustine,
Florida
29 W 0astillo Drive
For more info.
www.peoplesteanlng.com
DON'T MISS ITI

EVERETT fAMILY REUNION
The annual Everett family re-
union will be held on Saturday,
September 18, 2010, at the Tren-
ton Community Center, 214 SE
3rd Ave., Trenton, FL. The meet-
ing will begin at 11:30 a.m. with
a brif business meeting, fol-'
lowed by a covered dish lun-
cheon. Those attending should
bring a covered dish or dishes
to share. Drinks.and tableware
will be provided. All Everett de-
scendants are cordially invited
to attend. Thank you, Ruth
Everett Rodgers, Everett Family
Reunion Secretary 6201 Whis-
pering Lane Titusville, FL 32780
(321) 264-2007
rrodger444@cl.rrcom


Suwannee River
Eagles
Post 4520
27844 SE Hwy 19
542-0630
Ladies Auxiliary
Change
of meeting day to first and
third Mondays of each
month, beginning 9/20 at 6:00
pm
Meeting reminder: Aerie
meeting Sundays 1st & 3rd of
each month at 1:00 pm


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Suwannee Valley Players Open New
Season With




Suwannee Valley Players an-
nounce the opening of their
fall show, The Night We
Knocked the Critic Dead a
comedy by L. Don Swartz.
Mickey Chigger, a nasty
newspaper critic, turns up
dead at the Chestnut Hollow
Little Theater's final dress
rehearsal of "The Curse of
Infant Isle." The players,

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desperate for a box office
success, will go to any
lengths to avoid a scandal.
And that means moving the
critic's body from the re-
stroom, where he died, to a
nearby parking lot.

But just when the cast think
they've sqeaked by, a detec-
tive arrives on the scene to
declare that the critic has
been murdered! Does the
critic's laptop computer with
his final review hold the clue
to the identity of the muder-
er? And what in the detec-
tive's mysterious past make
him seem so familiar?
Laughs abound in this
wacky comedy about commu-
nity theatre and the critics
that write about them.
Show opens Friday Septem-


ber 17 at 8 pm and will have
shows Saturday September
18 at 8 pm and 19th at 2:30
pm; the following weekend
shows will be Friday the 24th
at 8 pm and Saturday the 25
at 8 pm and Sunday the 26th
at 2:30. All shows will be held
at the home of the Suwannee
Valley Players, The Chief
Theater at 25 Park Ave in
Chiefland. Tickets can be
purchased at the box office
starting one hour before
show time. Admission is $10
for adults and $8 for seniors
and students: Come out and
support the Tri-county
area's only community the-
ater. For more information
check out our web site at
www.svplayers.com or call
352-493-ARTS and leave a
message.


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Obituaries and Faith, etc.


John G. Armacost


John G. Armacost, 73 of Fanning Springs, passed away
Sept. 7, 2010 at Haven Hospice of the Tri Counties in
Chiefland. Born in Flint, MI he moved to this area in 2001
from Pinellas County after living in California. He served
in the US National Guards. He was a member of Fanning
Springs Community Church, the Moose Lodge, American
Vets and the American Legion. He was a maintenance
electrician. He enjoyed fishing and camping and was most
proud of his family and friends.

He is survived by his wife, Betty L. Armacost of Fanning
Springs, daughters Deborah Klier of CA, Delores Wells of
TX, and Carol Furtado of CA, son John Allen Armacost of
GA, 14 grandchildren and many great grandchildren. He
is preceded in death by a daughter, Linda Divine.

Memorial services will be Sat., Sept 11, 2010 at 1:00 PM at
the Fanning Springs Community Church in Fanning
'Springs with Pastor David Jones officiating.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Mr. Arma-
cost memory to the Haven Hospice of the Tri Counties,
311 NE 9th Street, Chiefland, FL 32626. Arrangements are
under the care of Hiers-Baxley Funeral Services, 1301 N.
Young Blvd., Chiefland, FL 32626, 352-493-0050. On line
condolences may be sent through our website at www.hi-
ers-baxleycom.



r Herbert Edward Brown

MR. HERBERT EDWARD BROWN of Horseshoe Beach,
Florida passed away Saturday, September 11, 2010 at
Haven Hospice in Chiefland. He was 69.


Mr. Brown was born, and spent his
lifetime, in Horseshoe Beach. He
served in the United States Navy
during the Vietnam era. He at-
tended the Church of Jesus
Christ in Horseshoe Beach and
enjoyed hunting and fishing.


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He is survived by his wife, Shelia
Brown of Horseshoe Beach; son,
Talsie.(Marcy) Brown of Cross
City; step-son, Jeff Koon of Bran-
ford, FL; daughter, Emily (Bubba) Mc-
Cormick of Valley, AL; niece, Christy
(Larry) Keen of Cross City; and 6 grandchildren.

A graveside service was held at Butler Cemetery in
Horseshoe Beach, Sunday, September 12, 2010 at 4:00 PM
with Rev. James Butler officiating.

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


Troy Duane Luce


Troy passed away on September 4, 4
2010. He was 39 years old.
He was a heat and air technician. He
is survived by his mother, Allene
Luce, sisters, Marcia Knight, Gayle j
Fain, brother, David Tennahill, and
daughter Jessica Luce.
A memorial service will be held for fam-
ily and friends at a later date.



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Good Shepherd Lutheran Church will hold it's 2nd Annual
Oktoberfest on Sunday October 3rd. Come and join us for
worship, Gemutlichkeit, music, good food, fun, and fellow-
ship.

Church service will be at 10:30 a.m. and lunch will be served
from 12:00 -2:00p.m. We will have Brats, Hotdogs, sauerkraut,
potato salad, desserts and much more. Everyone is invited to
attend. Donations appreciated.


Pentecostal Holiness
SNews!

If you have youth age chil-
dren bring them to our youth
ministry on Wednesday nights at
7pm. Sister Delene Robson is our
youth pastor and has done a
marvelous job ministering to all
those who will come. This past
Sunday Delene was honored
with the National Youth Pastor
of the Year award and was pre-
sented a check for $1000.00 from
the International Pentecostal
Holiness denomination. The Na-
tional Youth Pastor for the de-
nomination, Charles Boyd,
spoke at the church and made
the presentation. About six in-
dividuals gave their hearts to
the Lord. If you get an,opportu-
nity please drop by the newly
renovated youth building. God
has been moving among our
youth ministry with salvation,
deliverance, music and drama
ministry We are very proud of
the testimonies of our young
people. If you see a wooden
cross being toted around town it
is one of our young people using
the cross as a tool to witness to
the hurting people of Cross City.
The Pentecostal Holiness
church is a full gospel Spirit
filled church with a love for the
word of God and Gods people.
September 19th our church will
celebrate our 61st anniversary
as a church. Everyone is invited
to attend. Sunday School begins
at 10a.m. Morning Worship be-


gins at 11a.m. and we will eat af-
ter the service concludes. There
will not be an evening service
that days Please bring a covered
dish and join us as we celebrate
our Godly heritage. If you
would like more information
about our church please visit
our web site at www.crosscity-
phc.org.


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


Mason Edward Elliot


Mason Edward Elliot, age 48, passed
away Tuesday, September 7,2010 in -
Cross City, Florida.

Mason was a carpenter. He enjoyed
building lawn mower mud buggies-
and was of the Baptist faith.


He is survived by his daughters.
Sara Rose Elliot and Harley Seli-
na Elliot both of Tennessee: his
brothers Paul Eugene Elliot of Old
Town, FL and Wedell Elliot of Ohio: '
his sisters Elaine Brim and Annette
Hodge, both of Old Town; his uncles
Noah Keen of Homasassa, FL and Mason
Coleman Elliot of Cross City, FL. Arrangement un-
der the care of Rick Gooding Funeral Home, Cross City.


Catherine Ezzell


Catherine Ezzell, age 75, passed away on Friday, September 10, 2010
at North Florida Regional Medical Center.
Catherine was born. on October 20, 1934 in Old Town, FL., to
Thomas Otis Barber and Ethel Fowler Barber. She was a lifelong
resident of Dixie County. She was a member of the Central Baptist
Church in Cross City and she was a homemaker.
She is preceded in death by her husband, Perry Ezzell, a son, James
R. Ezzell, 2 sisters Thetis Poore and Betty Lou Ross, and 2 brothers
Jasper Barber and Philip Barber. She is survived by 3 daughters
Linda Ezzell, Ruth Burnett and Betty Rains all of Cross City, FL., 2
sons David Ezzell of Dupont, WA., and Fred Ezzell of Cross City Fl.,
a sister, Mary Mikell of Cross City. Fl., 13 grandchildren and 28
great grandchildren. Arrangements under the care of Watson Fu-
neral Home, 426 W Wade Street, Trenton, FL. 32693 (352) 463-8888


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Lillie May Spencer


Funeral Service For Mother Lillie May Spencer will be
Saturday September 18th at Miracle Delivertnce Church
beginning at 11:00 AM. Viewing will be Friday at Carnigie
Funeral Home beginning at 5:00 PM in Chiefland FL.


Samuel Edward Wasson

Samuel Edward Wasson, II, 81 of Chiefland passed away
Sept. 11, 2010 at the VA Hospital in Gainesville. Born in
Nashville TN, he considered Levy County his home. He
served his country in the United States Marines, serving in
WWII, Korea and Vietnam, retiring after 28 years. He worked
in sales for Mims Equipment until the.business closed. Mr.
Wasson was a member of the VFW Post #5625, the Masons, -
Shriners, American Veterans Post #422 and Cedar Key Ea-
gles. He was District 7 Commander, National AIDE-DE-
CAMP, Judge Advocate for the district and was very active
with all veteran affiliations and activities state wide. He was
Methodist and enjoyed golfing and camping.
He is survived by daughters Melanie Wasson of Gainesville,
Denise Trawick of Jack-
sonville and Carla Cocke of
Chiefland, brothers Pat Was-
son of Arvonia, VA and New-
combe Wasson of Chiefland
and many grandchildren and | EE 1i -
great grandchildren. He is
also survived by his brother-
in-law and caregiver, Bob
Hahn (Chris Edmonds) and
sister-in-law Denise Clark. Romans 15:11 (NIV) --
He is preceded in death by
his wife, Paula Hahn-Wasson 11 And again,
parents, S.E.,II and Miriam "Praise the Lord, all you Gen-
Wasson, and sister Ann tiles, and sing praises to him, all
Britt. Funeral services will you peoples."


be wed, sept. 15, z2lu at 11:oo
AM at Hiers-Baxley Funeral
Services with Pastor Gordon
Keller officiating. Burial will
follow at Florida National
Cemetery in Bushnell, FL at
2:00 pm on Wednesday. Visi-
,tation will be Tuesday night,
Sept 14, 2010 from 4:00 6:00
PM at the funeral home.
Arrangements are under the
care of Hiers-Baxley Funeral
Services, 1301 N. Young
Blvd., Chiefland, FL 32626,
352-493-0050. On line condo-
lences may be sent through
our website at www.hiers-
baxley.com.


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


Frederick Thomas.Worthington (Fred)


Fred passed away on Friday, Sept 10, 2010. He was born
Feb 25, 1933. He lived a long and full life for 77 years. He
came to know the Lord in the year 2008. He was in busi-
ness for 30 years and retired from Fred's BP in Chiefland.
Before that he was employed by Anderson Columbia
where he spent 25 years in road construction. He was
well known for his kindness and good heart. He was al-
ways willing to lend a helping hand if some-
one was in need. Mr. Worthington is sur-
vived by his wife of 55 years, Esther Wor-
thington, daughter Sandra Hodge (Tim),
sons Lloyd Worthington (Inez), Thomas
Worthington, sisters Betty Roberts, Rus-
salene Foley (Don) and Mary Faye
Home, 7 grandsons and 5 granddaugh-
ters. He was blessed with a great number
of great grandchildren that he was able to see lb
and hold before he passed away. He is also survived by
several nieces and nephews that loved him very much.

He is predeceased by his parents, John Russell and
Flossie Worthington.

Fred was a loving husband, devoted father & great Grand-
pa and a good friend to everyone that he came across. He
was a well respected man in Chiefland. He will be.missed
dearly by his family and friends. He loved to farm, ride
his tractor, and work his front end loader. He also loved
to raise cattle, hogs, chickens and quail.

Funeral Services will be Sunday, Sept. 12, 2010 at 2:30 pm
at Hiers-Baxley Funeral Services in Chiefland. Interment
will be in Antioch Cemetery following the service. Visita-
tion will be Sat. Sept 11, 2010 from 5:00 8:00 PM at the fu-
neral home. Arrangements are under the care of Hiers-
Baxley Funeral Services, 1301 N. Young Blvd., Chiefland,
FL 32626, 352-493-0050. On line condolences may be sent
through our website at www.hiers-baxley.com.


Arthur Earl Beckham

SArthur Earl "Bart" Beckham, '66, of Cross City, passed away
on September 9, 2010.

He was born on June 26, 1944 to Fenwick and Ila Coker
SBeckham. He was a lifelong resident of Cross City and
worked as a sawmill operator.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Fenwick and Ila
Beckham; sisters, Jewel Luke and Lois Allen and brother,
Joe Sutton.

He is survived by his wife, Doris Beckham; sons, Scott
(Donna) Beckham and Rex (Billie Jo) Beckham, all of Cross
City; a sister, Ollie Drawdy of Salem, FL and a brother,
Sampson Beckham of Cross City and six grandchildren.

A service was held on September 13, 2010 at New Prospect
Baptist Church in Cross City withBrother Sammy Corbin
and Rev. Billy Robson conducting the service. Mr. Beckham
was buried at Summerville Cemetery

Arrangements are entrusted to Evans-Carter Funeral
Home, High Springs, FL.


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


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Suwannee Lumber Road Cross Cty
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(352) 498-3023


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"Welcome To God's House Won't You Come On In" US 19 Old Town
Sunday School 10A- Morning Worship -11A Food Pantry Open 8am -11am, Mon Thurs.
Evening Worship 6P 'Come Let Us Worship & Adore Him' 4 mi o fV WIff n i-i is
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Riverside Drive Stelnhatcheo Welcomes You To Come & Worship With Us 5237 52 NE 147th SL (McArthur St)
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Evening Worship 6P Sunday Evening Worship 6:OOP Wednesday Evning Bible Stdy -700 P
Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7P Awana 6:30 Wednesday Evening Worship 7:Ptuy -00 P
Pastor- Leon Holden Pastor Troy Hare
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'- Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7P Boy's Brigade & Glfs Club 7:00P
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Sunday School 9:45A Morning Worship 11A Wednesday Prayer Meeting 6:30P Sunday Evenng 6:00 PM
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Pastor Rev. Glenda Brayman Pastor Bill Schnorbus Pastor Randy & Alicia Richardson
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DIXIE COUNTY, FLORIDA

CASE NO 10-043-CA

CAPITAL CITY BANK, Plaintiff,
vs. GEORGE L. MOORE, JR. AND
PATTI L. MOORE, HIS WIFE, UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA, ACTING
THROUGH THE DEPARTMENT OF
TREASURY, INTERNAL REVENUE
SERVICE, AND'C.B. GRIFFIS,
TRUSTEE OF THE C.B. GRIFFIS RE-
VOCABLE TRUST, UTD 11/1983, DE-
FENDANTS.

NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO
CHAPTER 45

NOTICE IS GIVEN that pursuant to FI-
nal Judgment of Foreclosure dated the
1st day of September, 2010 in Case
Number 10-043-CA of the Circuit
Court of the Third Judicial Circuit in
and for Dixie County, Florida in which
CAPITAL CITY BANK is the Plaintiff
and GEORGE L. MOORE, JR. AND
PATTI L. MOORE, UNITED STATES
OF AMERICA, acting through the DE-
PARTMENT OF TREASURY, INTER-
NAL REVENUE SERVICE AND C.B.
GRIFFIS, TRUSTEE OF THE C.B.
GRIFFIS. REVOCABLE TRUST, are
the Defendants; I will sell to the high-
est and best bidder for cash at the
South door of the Dixie County Court-
house in Cross City, Dixie County,
Florida at 11:00 am on teh 28th day of
September, 2010 the following de-
scribed property set forth in the order
of Summary Final Judgment of Fore-
closure:

Tract No. 21, Shawood Properties, an
uncrecorded subdivision in Sections
23 and 24, Township 10 South, Range
13 East, Dixie County, Floida being
more particularly described as follows:

Begin at the Northwest Comer of Gov-
ernment Lot 3, Section 23, Township
10 South, Range 13 East, Dixie
COunty, Florida and run South 01 de-
grees, 10 minutes, 25 seconds East,
564 feet to the point of Beginning.
Thence continue South 01 degrees,
10 minutes, 25 seconds East, 379.00
feet; thence run North 89 degrees, 56
minutes, 54 seconds East 578.63 feet;.
thence run North 02 degrees, 02 min-
utes 29 seconds West, 376.16 feet;
thence run South 89 degrees, 56 min-
utes, 54 seconds West, 572.88 feet to
the Point of Beginning. Also known as
Tract 21, Shawood Properties, un-
recorded Plat.

Together with a 1998 Gree Mobile
Home, Serial Number
FLFLW70A26221GH21 AND
FLFLW70B26221 GH21.

IF YOU ARE A PERSON CLAIMING A
RIGHT TO FUNDS REMAINING AF-
TER THE SALE, YOU MUST FILE A
CLAIM WITH THE CLERK NO LATER
THAN SIXTY (60) DAYS AFTER THE
SALE. IF YOU FAIL TO FILE A
CLAIM, YOU WILL NOT BE ENTI-
TLED TO ANY REMAINING FUNDS.
AFTER SIXTY (60) DAYS, ONLY THE
OWNER OF RECORD AS OF THE
DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MAY
CLAIM THE SURPLUS.

DATED this 1st day of September,
2010.
Dana Johnson, Clerk of Court
By: Karen Leverett, Deputy Clerk
36,37


Notice of
SPECIAL MEETING
The Dixie County Commission is consid-
ering applying to the State of Florida for
a $750,000 Small Cities Community De-
velopment Block Grant.
CDBG programs are funded by the feder-
al Department of Housing and Urban De-
velopment (HUD) and administered in
the State of Florida by the Department of
Community Affairs (DCA).
A targeted area must be selected and the
Dixie County Board of County Commis-
sioners is selecting residences from Hol-
lis Chewning Road to 55A South on Hwy.
19. Any and all residences interested,
please be present at the Special Meeting
on Thursday, September 16, 2010 at '
3:00 pm at the Dixie County Courthouse,
Commissioners Board room.
37

AMENDED
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED

PAUL VARNES
9205 N CR 225
GAINESVILLE, FL 32609

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


Certificate No: 844
1,2003


JUNE


Description of Property:
SEE EXHIBIT"A"

NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED
SANDRA K. RADFORD, C/O ROBERT
HENDERSON, PO BOX 131, ASBURN,
AL 36831

WARNING: Said property being in the
County of Dixie, State of Florida. Unless
such certificate shall be redeemed ac-
cording to law the property described in
such certificate shall be sold to the high-
est bidder at the Dixie County Court-
house on October 19, 2010 at 11:00 A.M.

September 01, 2010
Dana D. Johnson, Clerk of Court
Dixie County, Florida 32628

Candace L. Corbin, Deputy Clerk

EXHIBIT A

Description of Property:

Parcel No. 29-09-13-4475-0000-0040
5.00 ACRES 28 9 13 LOT 4 OLD TOWN
OAKS S/D OR BK 188 PG 779 EASE-
MENT TO CO ON E 30 FT OF LOT 3
ORB 217 P 641 ORB 221 P 542 (DC)
Subject to the restrictions of record.
37,38,39


Notice of Intent

Public Notice of Intent to Sell to: Tracey
Richburg, Newbeny, Florida, notice isf
iereby given, under the Non-Judicial
proceedings for Non-Payment of Stor-
ge charges, that your Deck Boat Hull
D#GDY86153H001 which is currently
tored at our Marina will be seized Octo-
)er 20, 2610 to satisfy Owner's Lien, un-
ess all back rents and repair costs are
)aid in full on/before September 20,
2010. Suwannee Shores Marina, 28686
SE Highway 19, Old Town, FLorida
32680.
36,37


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 3RD JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DIXIE COUNTY'
FLORIDA
CASE NO 2010-94-CA
F. NORRIS MCKINNEY, PLAINTIFF, VS.
DONNA BARNETTE, DEFENDANT.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: DONNA BARNETTE
79 NE 95TH STREET CROSS CITY, FLORI-
DA 32628
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action of Fore-
closure of Contract for Deed Complaint on the
following property in Dixie County, Florida:
LOT #14, HAMMOCK HIGHLANDS SUBDIVI-
SION, as per plat thereof recorded in Plat
Book 1, Page 114 of the public records of Dix-
ie County, Florida and containing 2.5 acres,
more or less TOGETHER with all Imrpove-
ments located thereon.
has been filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written defens-
es, if any to R on John R. Weed, the plaintiff's
attorney, whose address Is 605 South Jeffer-
son Street, Perry, Florida 32347 on or before
September 30, 2010 and file the original with
the clerk of this court either before service ont
eh plaintiff's attorney or Immediately there-
after; otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in the
complaint or petition.
Dated on this 24th day of August, 2010.
Dana Johnson, as Clerk of the Circuit Court
by: Dawn L. DuBois, As Deputy Clerk
34,35,36,37

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR DIXIE
COUNTY, FLORIDA

PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 2010-55-CP

IN RE: ESTATE OF
CHARLES BLANE STANLEY
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the es-
tate of Charles Blane Stanley, deceased,
whose date of death was July 23,2010;
File Number 2010-55-CP, is pending in
the Circuit Court for Dixie County, Flori-
da, Probate Division, the address of '
which is PO Box 1206, Cross City, Flori-
da 32628. The names and addresses of
the personal representative and the per-
sonal representative's attorney are set
forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or de-
mands against decedent's estate, on
whom a copy of this notice is required to
be served must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF 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 SECTION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED. t
The date of first publication of
this notice is: Setpember 16, 2010

Adam Morrison
Attorney for Personal Representative
Florida Bar No. 0028163
Sellers, Taylor & Morrison, P.A.
108 Howard Street West
Live Oak, Florida, 32064
Telephone: 386-208-1080
Facsimile: 386-208-1090
E-mail: adam.morrison@suwan-
neelawyers.com

Jerry Wayne Barker
Personal Representative
176 Sunnyside Road
West Grove, Pennsylvania 19390
37,38

The Early Learning Coalition of the
Nature Coast will be facilitating the
month Administrative Committee
Meeting on Wednesday, September
22, 2010. The meeting will begin at
9::00a.m. at the Early Learning
Coalition of the Nature Coast main
office at 1560 N. Meadowcrest Blvd,
Crystal River, FL. 34429. Please
contact Coalition Staff at 352-563-
9939 or 877-336-5437(KIDS) If you
have any questions. Public partici-
pation is welcome.
37


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR DIXIE
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO 152009CA000123XXXX

GREEN TREE SERVICING, LLC, PLAIN-
TIFF, VS.
JEANETTE LEDUC, ETAL., DEFEN-
DANTS.

NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to
an Order or Summary Final Judgment of
foreclosure dated September 1, 2010,
and entered n Case NO.
152009CA000123XXXXX of the Circuit
Court in and for Dixie COunty, Florida,
wherein GREEN TREE SERVICING, LLC
is Plaintiff and JEANETTE LEDUC;
THOMAS SCHILIRO; UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT NO 1; UNKNOWN TENANT NO. 2
and ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIM-
ING INTERESTS, BY, THROUGH, UN-
DER OR AGAINST A NAMED DEFEN-
DANT TO THIS ACTION, OR HAVING
OR CLAIMING TO HAVE ANY RIGHT,
TITLE OR INTEREST IN THE PROPER-
TY HEREIN DESCRIBED, are defen-
dants, I will sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash at the Northwest Door of
the Dixie County Courthouse, 150 NE
Cedar Street, Cross City, Florida at Dixie
County, Florida at 11:00 am on the 5th
day of October, '2010 the following de-
scibed property as set forth in said Order
or Final Judgment, to-wit:

LOT 40, SUWANNEE SHORES,.A SUB-
DIVISION, AS PER PLAT THEREOF
FILE IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 33, OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF DIXIE
COUNTY, FLORIDA.

ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTER-
EST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE
SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE
OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A
CI.AIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTERTHE
SALE.

In accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act of 1990, persons needing
special accommodation to participate in
this proceeding should contact the Clerk
of the Court not later than five business
days prior to the proceeding at the Dixie
County Courthouse. Telephone 352 498-
1200 or 1-800-955-8770 via Florida Re-
lay Service.

DATED at Cross City, Florida on Septem-
ber 1, 2010.
Dana D. Johnson, As Clerk, Circut Court
By: Karen Leverett, As Deputy Clerk
36,37

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

FILE NO 2010-CP-57

IN RE: THE ESTATE OF JOHN DILLON,
SR., DECEASED.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the estate of JOHN
'DILLON, SR., deceased, whose date of
death was July 7, 2010 File No 2010-CP-
1840, is pending in the Circuit Court for
DIXIE County, FLorida, Probate Division,
the address of which is PO BOX 1206,
Cross City, Florida 32628. The names
and addresses of the personal represen-
tative and the personal representative's
attomey are set forth below.

All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice has been served must
file their claims with this court WTIHIN
THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS AF-
TER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE TIME OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.

All other creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or demands
against the decedent's estate must file
their claims with this court WITHIN
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE.

ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.

NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERI-
OD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM
FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AF-
TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.

The date of first publication of this Notice
is September 9, 2010.

Attorney for Person giving Notice: Nancy
G. Hubbell, Esquire, 1511 Sun City Cen-
ter PIz, Suite A, Sun City Center, FLorida
33573

Personal Representative: John Dillon, Jr.,
PO Box 2064, Riverview, FL 33568

36,37

Legal Notice

The Suwannee River Economic Council,
Inc. Board of Directors will hold a meet-
ing of the Board of Directors on Monday,
September 27,2010 7:00 PM.at the
Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc.,
Senior Center in Live Oak, Florida.

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IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE 3RD JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR DIXIE COUNTY,
CASE #2010-C-000095

RBS CITIZENS, NS, PLAINTIFF, VS.
ROBERT J. WOLFE; UNKNOWN TEN-
ANTS IN POSSESSION #1, UNKNOWN
TENANTS IN POSSESSION #2; if living,
and all Unknown Parties claiming by,
through, under and against the above
named Defendant(s) who are not known
to be dead or alive, whether said Un-
known Parties may claim an interest as
Spouse, Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, or
Other Claimants, Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF ACTION FORECLOSURE
PROCEEDINGS-PROPERTY

TO: Robert J. Wolfe, Address unknown
but whose last known address is 620
Northeast 214th Avenue, Cross City, FL
32628

Residence unknown, if living, including
any unknown spouse of the said Defen-
dants, if either has remarried and if either
or both of said Defendants are dead,
their respective unknown heirs, devisees,
grantees, assignees, creditors, lienors,
and trustees, and all other persons claim-
ing by, through, under or against the
named Defendant(s); and the aforemen-
tioned named Defendant(s) and such of
the aforementioned unknown Defendants
and such of the aforementioned unknown
Defendants as may be infants, incompe-
tents or otherwise not sui juris.

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an
action has been commenced to foreclose
a mortgage on the following real property,
lying and being and situated in Dixie
County, Florida, more particularly de-
scribed as follows:

ALL OF LOT 1, LESS THE EAST 30
FEET, TOGETHER WITH THE EAST 10
FEET OF LOT 2; ALL IN CARLTON-
MCKINNEY SUBDIVISION, ACCORD-
ING TO THE APLAT THEREOF
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE
37, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
DIXIE COUNTY, FLORIDA.

More commonly known as 620 Northeast
214th Avenue, Cross Ciy, Florida 32628.

This action has been filed against you
and you are required to serve a copy of
your written defense, if any, upon
SHAPIRO AND FISHMAN, LLP, Attor-
neys for Plaintiff, whose address is 4630
Woodland Corporate Blvd, Suite 100,
Tampa, FL 33614 within thirty (30) days
after the first publication of this notice
September 9, 2010 and file the original
with the clerk of this Court either before
service on Plaintiff's attomey or immedi-
ately thereafter; otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and seal of this
Court on the 31st day of August, 2010.

Dana D. Johnson, Circuit and County
Courts,
by: Karen Leverett, Deputy Clerk
36,37


AGENDA
Regular Meeting- Dixie County Court-
house
Commission Meeting Room
September 16, 2010 6:00 PM

The Dixie County Board of County Com-
missioners will meet on Thursday, Sep-
tember 16, 2010, 6:00 PM in a regular
meeting in the County Commissioners
Meeting Room, in the Dixie County
Courthouse, Cross City, Florida.

1. Call to Order

2. Invocation and Pledge to the
American Flag


3. Approval of Commission Min-
utes
Regular Meeting of Septem-
ber 2, 2010

PUBLIC HEARING: THE PUBLIC HEAR-
ING MAY BE CONTINUED TO ONE OR
MORE FUTURE DATES. ANY INTER-
ESTED PARTY IS ADVISED THAT THE
DATE, TIME, AND PLACE OF ANY
CONTINUATION OF THE PUBLIC
HEARING SHALL BE ANNOUNCED
DURING THE PUBLIC HEARING AND
THAT NO FURTHER NOTICE CON-
CERNING THE MATTERS WILL BE
PUBLISHED.

I: A petition by Ed Ivey agent for The
Cross City Church of God requesting a
Special Exception to be granted, as pro-
vided in Section 4.6.5 subparagraph (2)
of the Dixie County Land Development
Regulations to permit'a Church in a Res-
idential, Single Family, Mobile Home(
RSF-MH-1) Zoning district, in accor-
dance with the petition dated August
06,2010. To be located on the property
as described as follows:
Dixie County Parcel Number 15-10-12-
0000-2742-0200 Thirty Seven (37) acres
MOL

II: A petition by Lavon Berg requesting a
Special Exception to be granted, as pro-
vided in Section 4.4.5 subparagraph (9)
of the Dixie County Land Development
Regulations to permit a pay Camp,
Hunting Camp or similar use one (1)
Recreational Vehicle for residential use
in an Agricultural (A-4) Zoning district, in
accordance with the petition dated July
30,2010. To be located on the property
as describedas follows:
Dixie County Parcel Number 08-10-13-
0000-4532-1000 Twenty (20) acres MOL

III: A petition by Ruth Braswell requesting
a Special Exception to be granted, as
provided in Section 4.4.5 subparagraph
(9) of the Dixie County Land Develop-
ment Regulations to permit a Day Camp,
Hunting Camp or similar use one (1)
Recreational Vehicle for seasonal resi-
dential use in an Agricultural (A-4) Zon-
ing district, in accordance with the peti-
tion dated August 12, 2010. To be locat-
ed on the property as described as fol-
lows:
Dixie County Parcel Number 35-10-13-
0000-5633-0000

IV: A petition by Bobby McAnnally re-
questing a Special Exception to be


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WHO IS JASON HOLIFIELD?
I am a motivated, business-minded family
man who cares about the people of Dixie
County. I'm married to Stephanie Leon
Holifield and we have 3 children Evan(5)
,Grant (4) and Anna (2).


WHA TDO IDO?
I own and operate Holifield Bail Bonds
and am president of a Florida Corpora-
tion, Farm Land Properties, Inc. This
business helps absentee land owners man-
age large tracts of land in North Central
Florida. I have partnerships in growing
crops on my property. I also own land and
properties and work very hard to
provide for my family. I am debt free.


WHY DO I WANT THE JOB OF COUNTY COMMISSIONER? I care about the people of
Dixie County. I want our county to be all it can be for us and our children. I want to be a part
of the answer for our county's future I have thought about entering county politics for a very
long time and believe that I can help now.


WHAT CAN I DO DIFFERENTLY?


#1) I would have more "town hall meetings". I will advertise these meetings in advance and
citizens will have a chance to speak their minds.

#2) I will stay humble and work hard to stay tuned-in to the people's needs. I will take time to
listen and hear people's concerns. We need to make decisions based on what the people want.
The only way to know how the public feels is to stay in touch with the people.


#3) I will be conservative in spending the
County's money and managing the County
budget. I will not allow our tax dollars to be
squandered.

Thank you for the opportunity to serve you.
Respectively submitted,


BE A VOICE FOR THE PEOPLE!
http://holifieldfordixie.yolasite.com/

Political adversement paid for and approved by Jason G. Holfflod. Democrat for Dbde County Commission Dist 4


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NOVEMBER 2

I WON'T:
Be anyone's yes man.

Be intimidated by other board members or
be influenced to support their agenda.


I WILL:


granted, as provided in Section 4.4.5
subparagraph (9) of the Dixie County
Land Development Regulations to permit
a Day Camp, Hunting Camp or similar
use one (1) Recreational Vehicle for resi-
dential use in an Agricultural (A-4) Zon-
ing district in accordance with the peti-
tion dated August 04, 2010. To be locat-
ed on the property as described as fol-
lows:
Dixie County Parcel Number 10-10-13-
4546-000B-0100 Lot 10 Block B of Kings
Woodland Subdivision

*COUNTY COMMISSION ITEMS'
4. Kay McCallister, Tourist De-
velopment Council
RE: Updates
5. Nancy Neeley
RE: Road off Horseshoe
Highway
5. North Florida Professional
Services
6. Joe Ruth, Solid Waste Coor-
dinator/ Mosquitb Control Director
7. Jerry Prater, Veterans Ser-
vice Officer
8. Rita Harris,.Harris Adminis-
trative Services, Inc.
9. Big Bend Water Authority
10. John Jenkins, Building and
Zoning
I: Resolutions for approval
11. Howard Reed, County Road
Superintendent
12. Cindy Ballot, Librarian
13. Tim Alexander, Emergency
Services Director
14. Mike Cassidy, County Man- .
ager
15. Jennifer Ellison, County At-
torney
I: Brian Bolton, Workman's
Comp

EXECUTIVE SESSION
16. Dana D. Johnson, Clerk of
Court
17. County Commission Items
'18., Vouchers'Approved
19. Adjourn

PLEASE BE ADVISED that ifa person
decided to appeal any decision made by
the Board with respect to any matter
considered at such meeting or hearings,
he/ she will need a record of the pro-
ceedings, and for such purpose, he/ she
will need to'ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is to be
based.

"Persons with disabilities requesting rea-
sonable accommodations to participate
in this proceeding should contact (352)
486-4931 (Voice & TDD) or via Florida
Relay Service at (800) 955-8771."


The Board meets the first Thursday of
each month at 10:00 AM and the third
Thursday of each month at 6:00 PM. In-
dividuals that would like to be placed on
the agenda should call Dana D. John-
son, Clerk of Court, by 4:00 PM on Fri-
day Preceding the Board meeting, at
(352) 498-1200.

APPROVED:


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