Dixie County advocate
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Publisher: Rose O. Chavous
Place of Publication: Cross City Fla
Publication Date: 12/02/2010
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Publishing News and events lor Dixie i Every Week, Without Fall, Since July 1, 1921

501 2010 Dixie County Advocate
www. dcadvocate.net

Home of the Worlds Only Four-Headed Swamp Cabbage

Thursday, December2 22010
Vol. 88. No. 48 12 pages- 1 Section

United Christian
Services will give out
commodities on
December 7, at 9:30
am at the UCS
building. UCS Is an
equal opportunity



Don't miss Steinhatchee's
Christmas parade on Satur-
day at 5:00. After the parade,
children will be able to put
in their requests to Santa at
the Community Center and
participate in other holiday

The parade lineup will be
behind Steinhatchee School
this year, starting at 4:15.
The parade.will continue
down Central Avenue, turn-
ing left on 9th Street, cross-
ing First Avenue South,
right on Second Ave South,
around the bend on 5th
Street, and left, following
Riverside Drive and ending
up at the Community Cen-

The Dixie County High
School Marching Redcoat
Regiment and Larry Tay-
lor's School of Martial Arts
will be performing in the.

Wed 2 63/29
A few morning showers. Highs in
the low 60s and lows in the upper

Thu 63/30
Times of sun and clouds. Highs in
the low 60s and lows in the low

On November 13, 2010, the
Sheriff's Office received in-
formation that a subject
known to them was on his
way to N.E. 159 Avenue in
Old Town in order the
to manu-

The sub-
Frank W
Jr., was
known to
be with-
out a
driver's license and a traffic
stop was conducted near the
intended residence. After
completing this traffic stop,
the deputy continued on to
the identified residence of
James T. Kent. Upon ar-
rival, Kent and others who
were present outside were
then interviewed about the
allegations and during that

The Dixie County Health
Department Dental Team is
pleased to announce that it
will be providing dental ser-
vices to adult Medicaid pa-
tients on December 8. The
Dixie County Dental Pro-
gram is located in the Dixie
County Health Depart-
ment,149 NE 241 Street in
Cross City. The Health De-
partment has identified
Adult Dental Care as a pri-
mary obstacle fQr residents
through outreach efforts
conducted in the past two
years. The Dixie County
Dental Program has a pedi-
atric focus and has been
serving Dixie and Gilchrist
County since 2001. The
Health Department is excit-
ed to offer this adult service
for the second time after
many requests.

Patients will receive a full
dental exam, a full set of x-
rays and will be evaluated
for extraction if appropri-

Local radio
Fri 66/33
12/63 stations
Sunshine. Highs in the mid 60s
and lows in the low 30s.

Sat 69/37' "
12/4 I If you live in Chiefland and
wake up to WLQH AM 940
A few clouds. Highs in the upper on your clok radio, you
60s and lows in the upper 30s. on your clock radio, you
may have noticed a small
change this morning.
WLQH, owned by Ocala
.Sun 71/41 Broadcasting, and WZCC in
12/5 Cross City, owned by Sun-
coast Radio, have entered
Abundant sunshine. Highs in the coast Radio, hae entered
low 70s.and lows in the low 40s. into a Local Marketing
Agreement, or LMA, where
both stations will carry
WZCC's programming. 'Sun-
coast is also purchasing
WLQH but that process takes
S several months awaiting Fed-
", eral Communications Com-
mission approval. The LMA
.- allows Suncoast to begin
broadcasting immediately
... over the WLQH facilities.

time Kent gave deputies and
investigators consent to

During the search, several
items and chemicals associ-
ated with
the manu-
facture of
along with
were recov-
ered in a
S structure
on the
and on ad-

Those items were retrieved
as evidence and the home's
occupant, James T. Kent, 37
years of age from Old Town
was arrested and charged
with Manufacturing of
Methamphetamine and
Trafficking in Methamphet-

ate. If necessary extrac-
tions will be performed on
the day of the visit.

Patients must meet the fol-
lowing requirements:

S Must have full Med-
icaid/ Medi-pass coverage
* Must suspect that
they need a tooth pulled
Must be a resident
of Gilchrist or Dixie County
S Must have Picture
S Must be 21 years of

Walk-ins are welcome but
appointments are encour-
aged. Individuals that de-
sire to be seen can contact
the Dixie County Dental
Program at 352-498-1360, ex-
tension 2102. Residents that
meet eligibility are encour-
aged to take advantage of
this opportunity to improve
their dental health.

John Eliott, president of
Suncoast Radio says that
"ever since we purchased
WZCC in Cross City it was
very clear to us that the pop-
ulation and businesses cen-
tered along US19 between
Cross City and Chiefland
needed to be addressed as a
whole, not two separate com-
munities. People are con-
stantly driving between
Cross City, Old Town, Fan-
ning Springs, and Chiefland
to live, work, shop, and enjoy
the recreational opportuni-
ties this area offers. Al-
though each community was
served by its own radio sta-
tion we felt that by combin-
ing the two we would better
serve the entire area."

WLQH broadcasts on AM 940
and has served Chiefland and
Levy County since it was
first licensed in 1968 by the
White Construction Compa-
ny It has been owned by
Ocala Broadcasting since
1999. WZCC broadcasts on
AM 1240 from Cross City and
has served Dixie County
since 1985 under various
owners. Suncoast Radio pur-
chased WZCC in February of
this year. Both stations play
an oldies music format so
rock and roll baby boomers
should have no fear of loos-
ing their favorite songs.
See RADIO, page

Good news for next year:

Slightly lower power bills

Average customer should save $7.56 a month

The Florida Public Service
Commission (PSC) has ap-
proved Progress Energy
Florida's request to lower ,
customers' bills in 2011. The
changes requested by the
company will result in an
annual savings of mo1e than
$90 for residential customers
using 1,000 kilowatt-hours
(kWh) per month. A bill for
a residential customer using
1,000 kWh will be $119.34, be-
ginning with January 2011
billing, compared to $126.90

The six percent reduction
resulted from Progress En-
ergy's annual filings project-
ing costs for fuel and pur-
chased power, environmen-
tal projects, conservation
programs and new nuclear
generation. Based on the
PSC's decisions, these
changes will save a residen-
tial household $7.56 per
month on a 1,000 kWh bill
compared to current bills.
Commercial and industrial
customers will also see de-
creases of up to 6 percent.

"Our efforts to control costs
through effective fuel man-

agement and efficient opera-
tions are resulting in sav-
ings for our customers,"
said Vincent Dolan, presi-
dent and CEO of Progress
Energy Florida. "We know
every penny counts as many
of our customers continue
to struggle with the linger-
ing recession. Our more
than 4,000 Florida employ-
ees are focused on keeping
electricity safe, reliable, en-
vironmentally sound and as
affordable as possible for the
1.6 million households and
businesses that depend on

SThe cost of fuel and pur-
chased power is down due to
cost management strategies
and lower commodity prices
for coal and natural gas, the
company's two largest fuel.

Investments in upgraded en-
vironmental controls at
Progress Energy's two
largest coal-fired units,
Crystal River 4 and 5, com-
pleted in the summer, now
allow the company to use
lower-cost coal while reduc-
ing the average annual emis-

sions from the plant by over
80 percent (mercury reduced
by 80 percent, NOx reduced
by approximately 93 percent
and SO2 by approximately
97 percent). In addition, the
decision to postpone major
construction activities on
the proposed Levy County
nuclear project until after
the federal licensing is com-
plete has further lowered
near-term nuclear costs for
customers by more than 20

The base rate portion of the
customer bill will remain
stable through 2012 follow-
ing a June agreement
Progress'Energy pursued
with consumer advocate
groups, the Florida Attor-
ney General and the Office
of Public Council.

The PSC decision on the nu-
clear charge was made on
.Oct.26. The PSC hearings
and votes on the environ-
mental and energy conser-
vation charges took place
Nov. 1. The lowered fuel
charge was finalized on Nov.

16-point buck!

A hunter who wished to remain anonymous killed this'16-point buck in Old Town Monday
morning, in a location that he also wished to keep top-secret.

Welcome to the Club

Left to right: Dana Johnson, Rotary President, Faith Hill, Anne Hodges, Rotary Board Member, Krishna Ashcroft
and Ray Hodges, Rotary Secretary.

Dixie County Rotary Club welcomes our two newest members: Faith Hill and Krishna
Ashcroft. At our meeting on November 17,2010 Ray Hodges proposed Krishna as a new mem-
ber and Anne Hodges proposed Faith as a new member. Both were gladly accepted into our
club. ,

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.arrest in Old Town

Dixie County Health Department

Hosts Adult Dental Day for

Medicaid Patients of Dixie and

Gilchrist County

Thursday, December 2, 2010

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Sarah should have listened to me

I'd like to congratulate Sarah Palin's daughter, Bristol, for
winning third place on "Dancing With The Stars," and
Sarah for supporting her in this endeavor. Liberals nation-
wide were badly bent out of shape over that turn of events.
They couldn't put Bristol down for being an unwed mother,
because they consider that to be "cool," and besides, it
would be "passing judgment," and we all know that's some-
thing that liberals just don't do. (Well, don't we?) What's
more, they couldn't claim that she won due to the fact that
she's Sarah Palin's daughter, because only knuckle- drag-
ging Neanderthals are supposed to like Sarah Palin. Good
grief, that girl (Bristol) actually drives a pickup truck! She
ought to be in a square dance contest, not a network TV
show! Alas, sometimes, it's tough being a liberal.

As for Sarah Palin herself, I must take this occasion to
scold her, certainly not concerning her daughter's success
as a celebrity dancer, but for failing to follow up on a strate-
gy I suggested in a column published in July of last year.
As a result, she probably blew her party's chances of secur-
ing an additional seat in the United States Senate, while do-
ing herself no favors politically by pursuing the course of
action she chose.

By resigning as Governor of Alaska in the summer of 2009;
Mrs. Palin could have rationalized this move as an opportu-
nity to prepare herself for a run for the Senate this year.
Lisa Murkowski, a Republican, was up for re-election, but
she was hardly a friend-of Sarah Palin's. Sarah beat Lisa's
father in the GOP primary in 2006 and went on to be elected
governor. And this year, Sarah endorsed Murkowski's Re-
publican opponent in the primary, which he won, and in the
election, which he lost to Murkowski, who won as a write-in
candidate after losing the primary.

Please don't ask me how anyone can win a statewide elec-
tion as a write-in candidate. Even Charlie Crist wasn't will-
ing to take that big a chance, and he still lost. I understand
the ballot count was extremely close and hinged on things
like the correct spelling of hames (all right, Murkowski is-
n't all that easy to spell if you're not Polish), but the fact re-
mains that Murkowski had incumbency, name recognition,
and certainly some loyalty from the Republicans who had
supported her in the primary, all of which adds up to a con-
siderable advantage.

If Sarah Palin had entered the Republican primary herself,
there's every reason to believe that she would have won by
a margin sufficient to have discouraged Murkowski from
her write-in campaign and ensure that she (Palin) would
come away with an easy win in the general election. As it
stands, Murkowski will return to Washington officially un-
committed to either party, and she's just liberal enough to
throw in her lot with the Democrats, who still hold the ma-
jority in the Senate. That would give her more status than if
she'd been re-elected as a Republican--at least until the next

Sarah talks like she's game for seeking the presidency in
2012. She told Barbara Walters she thought she could beat
Obama, but right now she doesn't have much more experi-
ence in government than Obama had when he was elected
President two years ago, and the American people won't be
wanting more of that in 2012. If she wants to go on being a
quasi-political celebrity, writing books, giving lectures, do-
ing TV shows and such, that's fine. But her decision to re-
sign as Alaska's governor, followed by deciding not to seek
a Senate seat this year, will leave her seriously short on ex-
perience in government for someone seeking the presiden-

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All your internets are belong to us...again

by Kathy McKinney

I know I've been ringing the bell on the whole
"the Obama administration wants to take
over the internet" alarm for a while, now, but
while everybody was busy with turkey and
S stuffing, the government fired another salvo
in the war to take over your freedom of
speech. The Department of Homeland security, without tri-
al, without bringing charges, without any sort of due
process whatsoever, seized the domain names and internet
websites of 76 online businesses. No judge. No jury No

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The government "decided" that these
websites might to doing or even just
linking to something that might be
illegal (or might not), and using its
police power, confiscated the person-
al property and businesses of Ameri-
can citizens with no notice. If you
try to go to one of the seized do-
mains, like www.torrent-finder.com,
all you get is a notice that the web-
site has been seized by the Depart-
ment of Justice. The owner of the
website told a news site that he re-
ceived no notice, and has been
charged with no crime. He's just out
of business, because Obama says so.
Another website, RapGodFathercom,
was seized not because there was
any illegal activity going on, but be-
cause some of its 150,000 members

The government spots a website it doesn't like. Maybe it's
somebody like me, who says something in a blog that Uncle
Sam doesn't like. Maybe it's somebody telling you how to
cure yourself with herbs or vitamins, angering a big drug
company. The next day, a domain that I have purchased With
my own money, and built with my own labor, is the property
of the government and all my data is gone, with no chance
of getting it back. I can't even post a notice defending my-
self or my business on my website. I can't get my email. Peo-
ple can't email me. My job, my livelihood...just gone. My
right to freedom of speech and my way of making a living is
essentially forfeit: In an online society, being shut out of the

"Our government is the potent,
the omnipresent teacher. For good or for ill, t
teaches the whole people by its example.
Crime is contagious. If the Government
becomes a lawbreaker, it breeds contempt
for law: it invites every man to become a law
unto himself; it Invites anarchy. To declare
that in the administration of the criminal law
the end justifies the means to declare tat
the Government may commit crimes in order
to secure the conviction of a private criminal
- would bring terrible retribution. Against that
nemrniciusr dnofrinep this Cort

should resoi
--Justice Louis Brandeis i

had posted comments that just linked to one of the other
seized websites. The business was confiscated because of
the actions of a few' customers, not the owners of the site.

Now, were the websites targeted doing something illegal?
Well, maybe. Probably, even. Some of them seemed to be sell-
ing fake designer purses, or helping people download illegal
music. But that's not the point, is it? The point is that the
government took it upon itself to seize the private property
of a private person--the person was assumed guilty--with no
right or chance at self-defense. Their constitutional right to
face their accuser, to defend themselves, to be secure from
unreasonable search and seizure, to be assumed innocent un-
til proven guilty in a court of law was thrown out the win-
dow. So, explain to me how we're different from China now.
Try. Go ahead, I'll wait. (La la la. Yeah, that's what I

Pay Freeze Locks in
Historically High Gov't Wages

By Bill Wilson

On the surface, Barack Oba-
ma's announced two-year
freeze of federal civilian pay
may sound like a reasonable
overture to congressional Re-
publicans and the American
people who want unsustain-
able government spending to
be reined in, But, just below
the surface is the reality that
the "freeze" is a token, mean-
ingless move that will do noth-
ing to cut spending.

Take the supposed cost savings
of the proposal. According to
the AP, "The freeze is expected
to save more than $5 billion in
savings over two years, $28 bil-
lion over five years and more
than $60 billion over 10 years,
White House officials said."
One might read that and come
to the conclusion that this
much money was actually be-
ing cut out of the budget. It
will not. These are projected
increases in spending that
would merely be delayed.

As noted by U.S. News & World
Report Editor-in-Chief Mor-
timer Zuckerman, "In 2008, the
average wage for 1.9 million
federal civilian workers was
more than $79,000". That
amounts to over $150 billion
every year in the budget, just
for wages. Public sector pay
has never been higher.

Zuckerman notes the tremen-
dous disparity between public
sector pay and the 108 million
private sector workers, who
only make $50,000 on average.
So, all a "freeze" of public sec-
tor pay would do is lock in this
historically high disparity be-
tween public and private work-

But that part of the story is ap-
parently not registering with
Obama. Obama is portraying
his proposal as a cut. "The
hard truth is that getting this
deficit under control is going
to require some broad sacri-
fice, and that sacrifice must be
shared by the employees of the
federal government," Obama
said in his announcement of
the federal pay freeze.

Sacrifice. That means some-
body is giving something up.
But in this case, that somebody
- public sector workers -
would only be giving up pay in-
3 creases, and only temporarily
at that. Is that really a sacri-

There are obvious alternatives
to Obama's approach if he is

sincere about slashing the $1.3
trillion deficit, to say nothing
of reducing the $13.7 trillion
national debt. How about cut-
ting public sector pay and
slashing the overall workforce?
What about paring back oner-
ous health and pension benefit
plans? By announcing a pay
"freeze," Obama is staking out
very particular territory, one
that precludes any possibility
for cuts in these areas.

In several respects this is a
preemptive move on Obama's
part, attempting to run to the
political right on fiscal issues
as a more conservative Con-
gress prepares to take power in
January. To pull it off, howev-
er, Obama needs public sector
unions to decry the move. And
ever dutiful, that's exactly
what the unions are doing,
even if their objections are

"This proposal to freeze feder-
al pay is a superficial, pan-
icked reaction to the deficit
commission report," said
AFGE National President John
Gage, as reported by the Huff-
ington Post. "This pay freeze
amounts to nothing more than
political public relations. This
is no time for scapegoating."
AFL-CIO President Richard
Trumka accused Obama of
"undermining" the jobs of
public sector workers.

The unions obviously fear that
by ceding pay increases for the
public sector that actual cuts
become more likely. They are
right. Reports the Huffington
Post, "the question [unions
and liberal economists are]
asking in private is, what ex-
actly did the White House get
in return for the chip it gave

What indeed. Obama thinks he
has a guard on his sword with
which to parry the American
people's demands to cut spend-
ing. It gives him.something to
talk about whenever the issue
of the budget comes up. But
that is probably not good
enough. The Obama proposal
will do nothing to actually cut

Which is exactly what congres-
sional Republicans ought to be
saying. Except House Republi-
cans support the pay freeze. To
be fair, they have also called
for a hiring freeze. But to be ef-
fective, they need to go much,
much further and put propos-
als on the table that actually
slash a government spending
in a meaningful way.

Bill Wilson is the President of Ameri-
cans for Limited Government.

internet is, essentially, being silenced.

The government claims it is doing this to
"protect copyrights." Uh huh. Did you
know, that Facebook got a trademark mo-
nopoly over the word "face" last week? So,
let's say you're running a site that sells
makeup, Prettyface.com. Or you've got a
site honoring the military called "About
Face," or something. You could wake up
one morning to find your business seized
by the Department of Homeland security
for using a word that belongs to Facebook.
You're gone. You're toast. And now every-
body thinks you're a criminal.

There's new legislation coming down the
lutely set its face." pike called COICA -- the Combating Online
n Olmstead v. U.S., Infringement and Counterfeits Act--and
7 US at 485. (1928) .it's even worse than the DMCA law they're
using to shut down the internet now. This
thing needs to be stopped. Sure, the big
Hollywood companies are all behind it, and I don't blame
them for wanting to protect their movies and music. But we
have a Constitution. We're supposed to be a nation of laws.
And it's not worth throwing all of that away just so that Dis-
ney can get the royalty fees from "The Little Mermaid." It's
not. If these websites are illegal, then let them be criminally
charged and tried. Then, if they're convicted, the govern-
ment can seize their property But not before..The Founding
Fathers were very clear on this. There's no room for "inter-
pretation." You either follow it or you don't. And if they
don't, then you have to question if we really are a free coun-
try, with a Constitutional government anymore. "(No man .
shall)... be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due
process of law; nor shall private property be taken for pub-
lic use, without just compensation." Please call or email our
new Senator Rubio and Rep. Bembry, and demand they fol-
low the law of the land, not shred it for big business.

VICTORY: Montana Supreme
Court Affirms Valedictorian's
Right to Acknowledge 'God'
and 'Christ' In Graduation

HELENA, Mont.-- In a legal
victory brought about by
The Rutherford Institute, the
Montana Supreme Court has
held that Butte School Dis-
trict No. 1 violated the First
Amendment when it forbade
a high school valedictorian
from acknowledging "God"
and "Christ" in her com-

mencement re-
marks in 2008.
In a 5-1 ruling, *
the Court up-
held the Insti-
tute's argu-
ments that Grif-
fith had a con-
stitutional right
to free speech at
graduation and
that the Estab-
lishment Clause
of the First
would not have
been violated
by allowing her
to include reli-
gious refer-

Just prior to th
Ceremony, Ren
ordered to reply
words "Christ
In her speech
lowing phrase
my faith" and
purpose, a pur
from my faith
a love of mank
Renee insisted
touse the wor
choice, she wa
from speaking
the graduation

ences in her remarks.

A copy of The Rutherford In-
stitute's brief and the
Court's decision in Renee
Griffith v. Butte School Dis-
trict No. 1, et al. are avail-
able at www.rutherford.org.

"The Montana Supreme
Court's decision is a victory
for the free speech rights of
public school students," said
John W Whitehead, presi-
dent of The Rutherford In-
stitute. "I hope this sends a
message to school districts
across the country that stu-
dents should not be treated
as second-class citizens."

Renee Griffith was a co-vale-
dictorian of her 2008 senior
class at Butte High School in
Montana. By virtue of her
scholastic achievements, Re-
nee was selected to speak at
the graduation ceremony on
May 30, 2008, along with sev-
eral other students. Al-
though the valedictorians
were asked to prepare their
own remarks, Renee and an-
other student, Ethan,
planned to deliver their
speeches together, alternate-
ly mentioning thingsthey
had learned in school. Al-

though school officials al-
legedly did not object to
Ethan's testimonial about
humanity's inherent "power
for change," they did object
to Renee's heartfelt state-
ment about how she learned
to persevere and not fear by
standing up for her religious
convictions: "I learned to
persevere these past four
years, even through failure
Sor discouragement, when I
had to stand for my convic-
tions. I can say that my re-
grets are few and far be-
tween. I didn't let fear keep
me from sharing
Christ and His
ie graduation joy with those
ee was around me. I
lace the learned to im-
Sand "God" part hope, to en-
with the fol- courage people
s: "sharing to treat each day
"lived with a as a gift. I
pose derived learned not to be
and based on known for my
ind." When grades or for
on her right what I did dur-
ds of her ing school, but
s fofidden for being com-
s forbidden at mitted to my -
altogether at faith and morals
ceremony. and being some-
one who lived
with a purpose

from God with a passionate
love for Him."

Just prior to the graduation
ceremony, Renee was or-
dered to replace the words
"Christ" and "God" in her
speech with the following
phrases: "sharing my faith"
and "lived with a purpose, a
purpose derived from my
faith and based on a love of
mankind." When Renee in-
sisted on her right to use the
words of her choice, she was
forbidden from speaking al-
together at the graduation

In affirming Renee's right to
free speech, the Montana
Supreme Court found it was
"unreasonable to conclude
that Griffith's brief mention
of her personal religious
views would materially and
substantially disrupt the
graduation ceremony[.]" The
Court rejected the District's
claim that the censorship
was justified by the need to
avoid an appearance of en-
dorsing religion because "no
objectively reasonable ob-
server could perceive that
Griffith's religious refer-
ences bore the imprimatur
of the School District."

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Outdoors & Law

Thursday December 2, 2010


by Bonnie Wilson

This week's trail ride took
Levy County Horse Club
members to San Felasco in
Alachua off Hwy 441. A
terrific place to ride with
lots of diversity to keep
your horse really in tune.

Now at 7,000 acres
with the newly acquired
Fox Pond site, the San Fe-
lasco Hammock Preserve
State Park is one of the
finest examples of the cli-
max mesic hammocks re-
maining in Florida. The
park s located to the north-
west of Gainesville, in
north Florida's Alachua
County. The limestone out-
crops and extreme changes
hi elevation provide condi-
tions for at least 18 biologi-
cal communities within the
hammock, including areas
of sandhill, hydric ham-
mock, upland pine, and
swamp. Thanks to the re-
gion's karst topography,
sinkholes, steephead
springs, ponds, and small
lakes dot the landscape.
Blues Creek, Turkey Creek,
and Cellon Creek all enter
San Felasco from outside
the park boundary and flow
through the park, finally
dropping into swallows,
which drain back into the

The morning ride
was'Florida trail riding at
it's very best. The sun was
warm and inviting. Neither
too hot nor too cold. The
trails were intriguing with
twists and turns and log
crossings and thickly wood-
ed hills. Coby was in rare
form and I think lie liked it
as much-as I. This was his
second visit to San Felasco
and there was so much for
him to look at. A real ad-
venturesome trail and I
would love for those of you
who missed it to join in on
the next one. You would
not be disappointed with
the beauty that San Felasco
holds before your very eyes.

We started out to
check the creek as many of
our members had not rid-
den on these trails and

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those who had like Renna
and Steve had not been in
many years. Coby and I led
the pack and Dave kept the
riders at the back from get-
ting lost. I guess most of
the time we trail riders fall
into two categories. One
group riding gaited horses
and the other group non-
gaited horses. Coby is most
definitely gaited (which I
love). Dave's horse Sporty
is also gaited but he is hap-
py to be where ever Dave
puts him, first or last. Coby
prefers to be a leader and
guess what? I like it!

My friends and I en-
countered a few bicycle rid-
ers as our paths cross on
our adventuresome trails,
however we have discov-
ered our horses don't mind
them as long as they can
see them coming. Although
our paths do cross on occa-
sion, they are definitely on
separate paths. One of our
favorite trails is the blue
trail. It winds up through
some of the beautiful and
hilly tree lined trails that
are exceptionally wonderful
to climb. I also love the ride
down to the creek and
through the woods. It is tru-
ly astonishing and inspir-
ing. The crossing of the
creek is great for the horses
to grab a drink of water
and splash and play for a

We had a wonderful day un-
der incredibly blue skies
and lots of sun. The tem-
perature was just about per-
fect for a great seven mile
trip. I was able to keep on
the right trail following the
blue markers. As you know
I can get lost at the drop of
a hat, and many of my
friends have followed me
into a bush instead of a
trail. I cannot understand
how the trails suddenly
stops with no apparent rea-
sbn that I can see. Could it
be that I missed a marker?
Naaa...not me!

Fortunately for me
today I was in rare form
and I kept everyone on the
right path, well just about.
There was this one little
moment that I actually
crossed to the bicycle path
BUT I saw my mistake and
corrected it with a right
turn. I hope you'll keep my
secret. All in all it was a
great day! If you enjoy trail
riding like we do, come on
out and join us. Check us
out with any questions and
email us at levy2@fla-
horse.com Until next time,
happy trails to you!
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Man Threatens Levy Deputy with Gun

On November 27, 2010 Corpo-
ral Todd Houchin responded to
the Discount Food Mart locat-
ed at 9931 NE SR-24 to meet
with a complainant
from a previous call.
While in the parking
lot Cpl Houchin was ap-
proached by a white
male that was later
identified as Jimmie
Saunders from Archer.
Saunders wanted to
know why Cpl Houchin
was at the store and
who called law enforcement on
him. Cpl Houchin explained
that he was at the store in ref-
erence to another call but he
would gladly help him if he
needed assistance. Saunders
behavior got more bizarre and
he started speaking in Spanish

and French. Due to his behav-
ior Cpl Houchin asked him for
identification and Saunders
produced a Florida driver's li-
cense. Saunders had no war-
rants for his arrest and Cpl
Houchin gave him
his driver license
Back and told him
he was free to
leave. Cpl Houch-
in worked the orig-
inal call but no-
ticed that Saun-
ders remained in
the parking lot.

Upon completing the assigned
call Cpl Houchin was walking
back to his patrol car when
Saunders stepped in his path
and produced a Florida con-
cealed firearm permit. Cpl
Houchin advised Saunders
that he did not need to see his
permit and went to walk away
when Saunders said that
Houchin was yanking his
chain so he was going to yank
his chain. Saunders then
reached in his rear pants
pocket and started pulling
something out. Cpl Houchin
immediately recognized that
Sdunders had a pistol and
grabbed his arm and placed
Saunders in custody. Cpl
Houchin arrested Saunders
for aggravated assault & im-
proper exhibition of a
firearm. Saunders had a fully
loaded .380 pistol in his back
pocket which was placed into

THIS IS IT!!! The Great Suwannee River Clean-up happens
this coming Saturday.

The historic river's loving fans have been working since
September from Georgia all the way to Fanning Springs.
Saturday at 10am- 2pm, from Camp Azalea, through the
Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge, to the town of
Suwannee we will wrap-up the final 20 miles.

To help and reserve your t-shirt, call 493-0238, ext. 223, or e-
mail the Ranger at pam_darty@fws.gov

December 6th Bird Walk
in the Lower Suwannee
Wildlife Refuge

For wannabes and old
hands, come birding with
our intrepid birders on Mon-
day, December 6th. On the
first Monday of each month
we' select a place in the Low-
er Suwannee and Cedar Key
Wildlife Refuges to see what-
ever birds are around and to
enjoy the outdoors. Plant
lovers enjoy these outings as

This month we will do a dri-
ving and stopping kind of

Red Cross Meeting

Dixie County Red Cross
Meeting The monthly volun-
teer meeting of The Ameri-
can Red Cross will be held
at 6:00 p.m., Monday, Decem-
ber 6th at the Dixie County
Emergency Operations Cen-
ter (EOC). After our short
update business meeting,
our certified instructor will

exploration so that folks
who are not up to fairly long
walks will have an opportu-
nity to participate. To
make it even movie sociable,
we will meet for breakfast at
Gayle's in Old Town at 8:30
and then depart around 9

Our tour will take us to Yel-
low jacket loop road, Beaver
Dam Road and.Weeks Land-
ing Road in the Northern
most part of the Refuge.
These are all off of CR 349,.
Call Joyce Tarnow at
352/498-2886 for further de.

present the new 2010 Disas-
ter Overview Training. This
training should last about 90
minutes. The Emergency
Operations Center is located
on US 19, at the south end of
Cross City, across the high-
way from the Health Depart-
ment. All interested persons
are invited to attend. Come
see who we are and what we
do for Dixie County As al-
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School: 1957 V. 2010
Johnny and Mark get into a fight after
1957-Crowd gathers. Mark wins. Johnny
and Mark shake hands and end up best friends.
2010--Police arrest Johnny and Mark and
charge them with assault: Both are expelled
even though Johnny startedthe fight. Both go
to anger management classes. School board
holds meeting to implement bullying preven-
tion program.
Robbie won't be still in class, disrupts
other students.
1957-Robbie is sent to office and the prin-
cipal applies the board of education. He returns
to class and does not disrupt class again.
2010-Robbie is given huge doses of Ritalin
and becomes a zombie. He is tested for ADHD.
His parents get fortnightly disability payments
and school gets extra funding from govern-
ment because Robbie has a disability.
Billy breaks a window in his neighbor's
car and his dad gives him a whipping with
his belt
1957-Billy is more careful next time.
grows up well adjusted, goes to college and
becomes a successful businessman. 2010-
Billy's dad is arrested for child abuse. Billy is
removed to foster care and joins a gang. State
psychologist tells Billy's sister that she remem-
bers being abused herself and their dad goes to
Mark gets a headache and takes some
aspirin to school.
1957-Mark gets a glass of water from the
principal and takes the aspirin. 2010-Police
are called and Mark is expelled for drug viola-
Johnny takes apart leftover firecrackers
from Guy Fawkes, puts them in a model
airplane paint bottle and blows up a fire ant
1957-Classmates cheer, ants die. 2010-
Police and bomb squad are called. Johnny is
charged with domestic terrorism. Authorities
investigate parents. confiscate computers and
remove all children from the home. Johnny's
dad goes on a terror watch list and is never
allowed to fly again.
Johnny falls while running during recess
and scrapes his knee. He is found crying by
his teacher, Mary. Mary hugs and comforts
1957-In a short time. Johnny feels better
and goes on playing. 2010-Mary is accused
of being a sexual predator and loses her job.
but is later exonerated. Johnny undergoes five
years of therapy.

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112/2 7pm Away Trenton
12/3 7pm Away Chiefland
12/10 7pm Home Bell
12/16 6:30 Home Branford.
112/17 7pm Home Hawthorne
11/6 7 pm Away Bronson
11/7 7pm Home Chiefland
11/18 7pm Away St. Francis
11/20 7 pm Home Bronson
1/21 7 pm Away Bell
11/25 6:30 pm Away Branford
1/28 7 pm Home Trenton





12/2 5:30 Away Trenton
12/3 5:30 Away Chiefland
112/7 5:30 Away Taylor Co.
112/10 5:30 Home Bell
112/16 5:00 Home Branford
112/17 5:30 Home Hawthorne
11/6 5:30 Away Bronson
11/7 5:30 Home Chiefland
1/18 5:30 Away St. Francis
1/20 5:30 Home Bronson
1/215:30 Away Bell
1/25 5:00 Away Branford
11/28 5:30 Home Trenton
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OTE School's September
Employee'of the Month is
Mrs. DeAnna Roberts. This
is Mrs. Robert's 6th year at
OTES. She has taught 5th,
1st, and 2nd grades. Her fa-
vorite parts about teaching
are the bonds she forms
with her students. This is

parent through all the extra
hours spent creating inter-
esting classroom lessons
and many arts and crafts ac-
tivities. Earlier this year,
Mrs. Roberts read a story
about going camping. She
decided to take her students




on a "Classroom" camping
trip! She had a tent, scary
stories, and even made
Smores! Mrs. Roberts is
married to Wesley Roberts
and has two children Austin
and Macy Roberts that both
attend OTES.

OTE School's October Em-
ployee of the Month is Mrs.
Brandy Hunt. This is Mrs.
Hunt's 7th year at OTES.

She has only taught 3rd-5th
grade Exceptional Educa-
tion. Her favorite part
about teaching is the ppsi-
tive influence she can have
on her students. She loves
when her students come
back and visit because they
want to not because they
have too. Mrs. Hunt was
thrown into an endeavor
this year called Failure Free
Reading. She was required
to go through training and
learn this NEW reading pro-
gram from the ground up!
She then had to bring it
back into the classroom and
implement the program
with very little support.
When our school was visit-
ed by the Failure Free Rep-
resentatives they were more
than impressed with her
knowledge of the program
and felt like she had the best
grasp of the program of any
teacher they had visited to
that point. Mrs. Hunt is
married to Gary Hunt and
has a beautiful 6 month old
baby, Drew.

Th ank


Old Town Elementary would
like to thank the following
business sponsors for their
contributions to Bingo at the
annual Fall Festival which was
held on November 5th. We ap-
preciate the support our com-
munity has shown.
Drummond Community Bank
Lile's Hardware
Dixie Times
Dixie County Advocate
Florida Forest Products
Hitchcock's Grocery
Advance Auto
Cypress Inn
Lighthouse Restaurant
Mitch's Gold and Jewelry
Flying Hawk
Gail's Cafe
Charlene's Salon
Cheek's Pharmacy
LA Salon
NAPA Auto Parts


2010 is almost over. Our
house at
this year's
final in
sonville in
Total trophy
count in No-
vember was
14. That
was with 6
team mem-
bers; 14 tro-
These 6
home a total
of 8. divi-
sion cham-

WAY TO GO!!!!!

This year our karate school
had their first float in the
homecoming parade. We
were proud to help the Dixie
County High School Bears
"Jump Kick the Flash" this
year. WAY TO GO BEARS!!!

Our karate students partici-
pated in this year's Ander-
son Elementary DARE pro-
gram, along with local pow-
er lifter, Big Tony All of the
students were a part of this
by doing some of the warm
up exercises and a few lucky
students even got chosen to
do some mat rolls.

December has some exciting
events for all of our stu-
dents, including those who
have recently enrolled. De-
cember 4th we will partici-
pate on the annual Stein-
hatchee Christmas parade.
We are making a Christmas
float and our students will
perform for everyone.

December 13th our students
will put on a demonstration
at Old Town Elementary
School. Our students enjoy
performing in these demon-
strations to show everyone
all the things they are learn-
ing in karate class. The
spectators leave impressed
with the skills our students
have accomplished.'

If you have a student at Old
Town Elementary School,
please come to the demon-
stration and watch with
your child.

Coming up in 2011 our com-
petitors are continuing to
work hard for next year's
tournament season. We
have enrolled many new
team members and are anx-
ious to watch them demon-
strate their new skills.

Some things our karate stu-
dents must do, outside of
the karate school, is to
maintain good grades in
school and to be good role
models on their.own time.

We will continue to high-
light our Karate Student of
the Week in the weekly pa-
per. We hope you all enjoy
reading about our students
who are working to excel.

We are planning some addi-
tional fund raisers to help
our competitors continue to
enter the tournaments. So,
if you are approached by a
karate student, please help
them work towards their
goal to cover their entry

If you would like to see
some of the things our stu-
dents are learning, you may
come by the karate school
Monday, Tuesday, or Thurs-
day from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm.
If you are interested in join-
ing, please come by these
same hours and speak with
Mr. Taylor or one of our
other staff members.


December, 2010
Thu Dec 02 04.00 PM
Fri Dec03 04:00 PM
Fri Dec 10 04:00 PM
Thu Dec 16 03:30 PM

January, 2011
Thu Jan 06 04:00 PM
Fri Jan 07 04:00 PM
Thu Jan 20 04:00 PM

Away Trenton Middle/High School


Chiefland High School
Bell High School

Home Branford High School


Bronson Middle/High School
Chiefland High School

Home Bronson Middle/High School

Fri Jan 21 04:00 PM Away Bel High School

Tue Jan 25
Fri Jan 28

03:30 PM
04:00 PM


Branford High School
Trenton Middle/High School


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Dixie County Liftle Leoque
Announcement of Board Officers:
Dean Watson................................President
Gary Montgomery ......................................V..... ice President
Rebecca Kroll.......................................................Secretary
Cheryl Lord....,....... ....................................... Treasurer
Glorianna Cherry .................................................Player Agent
Lane Downing...............................Safety Officer
Casey Chesser/Amanda Hires..........................Concession Director(s)
Volunteer Applicants:
Coaches and umpires are needed for the upcoming 2011 season. To
volunteer or for further information please call (352)542-1653. Ask for Rebecca or
leave message. Thank You!

**Player registrations wll begin in anuay**

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Happy 5th birthday


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his crew how it's done!!!



Oris O'Steen will be 80
on December 12th we
would like to invite
everyone to a Dinner in
his honor on Saturday
December 11th.
There will be fish, chick-
en, and pork if you
would like to bring a
side dish or desert,
please do so. Drinks and
paper goods are provid-
ed. Lunch at 1:00 PM.
Please come and bring
To God be Praise! Oris is
back to his old self and
still growing stronger.
We would like Thank
everyone for all they
have done, prayers, vis-
its, and kind thoughts, but
most of all Praise God for an-
swering Prayeis and his Mercy and goodness to us all.
Annie Lee, David, Christine and Doris, all of our Families.

Please join family and friends as we celebrate the marriage
of Ashley Nichole Wilson and Lloyd (Buddy) Kight, Jr.

Saturday the 18th day of December, 2010 at 2:00 pm.
City Hall, Horseshoe Beach, Florida
Reception and wedding shower following

Ashley is fhe daughter of Janna Roberts Wilson and Mark
Brown and William Wilson, Sr.

Buddy is the son of Lloyd (Buddy) Kight, Sr. and Nancy

Happy >/qcy Birihdaa/ ee!
Birthday c/w,;ce e//) MAZt he//
December 6th Joe / B; i/ ,y s,/ fro0
Bell! From your sis, ,

Annie Lee O'Steen d,,ne Lee O'See e,,

Anderson Elementary School
Advisory Council
to host a
Thursday, December 16, 2010
6:00 p.m.
Anderson Elementary School Lunchroom
The Anderson Elementary School Advisory Council invites you to a Pie Auc-
tion to be held on Dec. 16, 2010 at 6:00 p.m. in the lunchroom. Let us do your
baking for you at this busy time of year, all the while benefiting the children
of AES!

Dixie County Legislative
Delegation Hearing Date

Chiefland State Represen-
tative Leonard Bembry (D-
Greenville) has announced
the Dixie County Legislative
Delegation will hold its an-
nual meeting on Wednesday,
December 15th at 1:00 PM.
The meeting will be held in
the Dixie County Commis-
sion Chambers at the Dixie
County Courthouse, located
at 401 North Cedar Street in
Cross City.

Representative Bembry stat-
ed "This is a prime opportu-
nity for the citizens and
public officials of Dixie
County to meet with their
Legislators and inform
them of what is important
to their community." The
Dixie County Legislative
Delegation includes Senator
Charles Dean, Representa-
tive Leonard Bembry, and
Representative Elizabeth

If any member of
the public would like to ad-
dress the delegation, please
contact Teresa Watson in
Representative Bembry's of-
fice at (352) 493-6848 or tere-
house.gov, to be placed on
the agenda. Appearance
cards will also be available
at the hearing for anyone
who wishes to be heard. If
you are presenting a hand-
out to the delegation, please
have at least six (6) copies

accordance with the Ameri-
cans with Disabilities Act,
persons needing special ac-
commodations to partici-
pate in this proceeding
should contact the OFFICE
no later than seven (7) days
prior to the proceeding at
(352) 493-6848, Chiefland,

1. j

Congratulations Breanna on your first buck, What a nice 8 points
Breanna and her Daddy killed this on Black Friday in Dip N Vat.


GOOD &NO(LTH fR P\&...

l,, The Old Town United Methodist
Women will hold a Cookie Walk
t on Saturday, December 4th from
S.8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
'.4 What is a Cookie Walk? You
,* ; purchase the size tin you wish
-, ."S .a to flI and with a gloved hand
I you walk past tables of fancy
cookies and fill your tin with
the cookies of your choice.
These funds are used to sup-
W port mission projects locally,
nationally and around the world. Our church is near the traf-
fic light in Old Town.

S Congratulations to Ms. Marilyn
Philmon, Dixie District Schools
Employee of the Month.
Marilyn serves Dixie County
Schools as the District
Prekindergarten Coordinator
and works hard to carry out the
duties and re-
sponsibilities of
her job. She
proves herself to
be capable and
willing to go the
extra mile, from
the first step in
the PK screening
process, through
the last step as
these little ones
are enrolled at
their school of
choice. Marilyn
has worked six
years in the
preschool pro-
Marilyn is a University of Flori-
da graduate, with a Bachelor of
Science degree in Preschool -
3rd Grade Education, with em-
phasis on Speech/Language and

Early Childhood. She began her
28th year this year with Dixie
County Schools, having taught
Preschool, Kindergarten, and
She has a daughter, Emmylou,
who recently graduated from
FSU with a Masters degree in
Sports Manage-
ment. Her son,
Buddy, an FSU
junior, majors in
Criminology She
has been an inte-
gral factor in
helping them
succeed at their
Her interests in-
clude baking,
reading, and her
children. Mari-
lyn enjoys her
job and has an
avid interest in
working with
parents to see that children re-
ceive the early intervention
needed. She relishes in the'r ex-
citement as enrollment opportu-
nities approach each year.

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Thursday, December 2, 2010

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First group of Florida's 53rd
Infantry arrives in U.S.
More than 2,500 Guardsmen
expected to arrive home from
Kuwait by Christmas
By Master Sgt. Thomas Kielbasa
Florida National Guard Public Af-

The first group of Soldiers
from the Florida National
Guard's largest overseas de-
ployment arrived in the U.S.
this morning, marking the
beginning of the end for a
nearly year-long mission in
Southwest Asia.

As temperatures dipped into
the 30s more than 150 Sol-
diers from the 53rd
Infantry Brigade Combat
Team (IBCT) landed by
plane at Hunter Army Air-
field near Savannah, Ga.,
and were taken to nearby
Fort Stewart for a "welcome
home ceremony." The Sol-
diers were the first group to
return home from the 53rd
Infantry Brigade Combat
Team's mission supporting
Operations Iraqi Freedom.
and New Dawn.

This first group was com-
posed of Inactive Ready Re-
serve Soldiers, Guardsmen
heading to various military
schools and members of the
53rd IBCT serving as an "ad-
vance party" for the remain-
der of the nearly 2,500 Sol-
diers still in Kuwait The
rest of the 53rd are sched-
uled to return in groups be-
ginning in early December,
and all members of the 53rd
are expected in the U.S. be-
fore Christmas. After a brief
demobilization period at
Fort Stewart, the groups of
Soldiers will be released
home to Florida.

"It's great to be home," said
Staff Sgt. Mark Miner with
2nd Battalion, 124th
Infantry Regiment, shortly
after he stepped off the air-
plane into the frosty
Georgia morning air. "I
think the Brigade did a
tremendous job, and we had
a lot of support from the cit-
izens of Florida."

Miner, who is also a com-
missioner from St. Johns
County in Northeast Flori-
da, noted that the return
also marked his one-year
wedding anniversary and he
was looking forward to see-
ing his wife Cheryl later in
the morning. A few hours
later the couple was reunit-
ed on the parade field at
Fort Stewart.

"It's lucky that he's getting
back today," Cheryl Miner
said, noting their
anniversary. "(The deploy-
ment) actually went by pret-
ty fast."

Staff Sgt. Joseph Rappel, a
resident of Titusville, Fla.,
who also served with the
2nd Battalion, 124th In-
fantry Regiment, said it felt
"wonderful" to be back in
the U.S. before Christmas.

"I look forward to seeing my
wife and kids, and I know
they're looking forward to
seeing me," he said.

The 53rd IBCT which is
headquartered in Pinellas
Park, Fla. is made up of
Soldiers from around Flori-
da, and includes large con-
tingents based in Miami,
Orlando, Panama City and
SLakeland. The Soldiers left
Florida in January 2010,
and conducted pre-mobiliza-
tion training at Fort Hood,
Texas, before departing
for Southwest Asia in early
_March 2010. One of the most
high-profile missions
the unit performed during
the deployment was escort-
ing convoys of U.S. forces
leaving Iraq as part of the
scheduled drawdown of
troops and equipment in the

"You have answered your
nation's call," Adjutant Gen-
eral of Florida Maj. Gen.
Emmett Titshaw said to the
recently returned Soldiers
during a ceremony at
Fort Stewart. "On behalf of
Governor Charlie Crist, we
thank you for your
dedication and your com-
mitment and your service to
your nation."

The mobilization and de-
ployment of the 53rd was
historic in that it was the
largest single-unit mobiliza-
tion for the Florida National
Guard since World
War H.

Two Soldiers died during
the deployment: Spc. Marc
Clayton Whisenant, an
Individual Ready Reservist
attached to 1st Battalion,
124th Infantry Regiment,
died Sept. 24 in Kuwait
when the military vehicle
he was riding in rolled over;
1st Sgt. Kenny Fike of 2nd
Battalion, 116th Field Ar-
tillery Regiment, was evacu-
ated from Kuwait after be-
ing diagnosed with cancer
and died in Auburdale, Fla.,
on Sept. 24.

It's Almost Festival Time

It will soon be time for Santa Claus, Elephant and Pony
rides, train ride, games, face painting and lots of fun for the
entire family when Saturday, Dec. 11th rolls around. Christ-
mas music will fill the air, Yellow Rubber Ducks get
warmed up for their big race and share the spotlight with
the many Classic Cars on display at the Fort Fanning Park.
Watch out for the Unicyclist/Juggler as he performs and en-
tertains throughout the crowd all day Bring a flashlight so
you will be prepared to vwatch the Boat Parade at 6:30 in the
evening. It is not too late to enter as a crafter, just download
an application at www.FanningSpringsChamber.com or
you can email FanningSpringsCh@bellsouth.net

Look for the Schedule of Events next week and plan to
bring the entire family and friends for a full day of gun and
other activities. There is no entrance fee for the festival.

All-penguin quilt is

really cool

This year is fast coming to
an end. Springhouse Quil-
ters have all enjoyed a very
successful year of quilting.
Most of all, members have
been trying to finish things
started before 2010 and be-
fore new projects ideas
'bring on the temptation of
starting a new quilting pro-
ject. Pat Hodges, President
for 2010, has agreed to con-
tinue to lead our group
again in 2011 so there will
be more new projects after
the new year starts.

Norma Birman, our pro-
gram chairlady for 2010,
has helped lead Springhouse
quilters into new ideas and
quilting projects and will
continue to do so in 2011.
Springhouse members enjoy
a monthly workshop class
each month of some special
technique and/or project.

Support a Soldier

this Christmas

Thanksgiving is over and
now it really starts getting
busy One thing on your list
is probably to take some
time to sit down and write
those Christmas/Holiday
letters and cards to family
and friends... What a fan-
tastic opportunity to share
the word about the impor-

One project completed was
the marching Penguins by
Christ Schrieber. It is a won-
derful example of the feel-
ing that a fun quilt can cre-
ate. She was happy getting
this piece finished just in
time to enjoy for the holi-

Springhouse members will
be giving away their raffle
quilt on December 6. The
quilt is on display at the
quilt shop in Trenton and
raffle tickets are still avail-
able. It is a one-of-a kind
quilt, hand embroidered of
costume ladies from differ-
ent countries. Stop by the
shop and see the quilt and
possibly get a raffle ticket.

For information about
Springhouse Quilters, con-
-tact Lois.Scott, 463-2207.

tance of supporting the
troops and the many ways
you can do so through Sol-
diers' Angels!

Right now, over 1300 sol-
diers are waiting to be
adopted-imagine what
would happen if each Angel
recruited just one more vol-
unteer for Soldiers' An-
gels!). To sign up, visit the
homepage at www.soldier-
sangels.org to see "Teams &
Projects-How to Help."

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This past weekend I looked
out onto our pasture just as
the sun was rising to see a
glistening white blanket of
frost as far as my eyes took
me. My grandpa used to re-
fer scenes like that as "pic-
ture postcards". Frost and
temperatures in the 20's are
common for December for
sure, so be on your guard to
take some precautions. Here
are a few tips for those of us
who have cold sensitive
plants and citrus trees: if
you have only a few smaller
trees to protect, hook up a
string of mini-Christmas
lights (plugged in and work-
ing of course!) If you are
thinking of covering them,
the'best material to use is
the high tech thermal frost
blanket. This type of blan-
ket allows the tree to
breathe while it maintains
the temperature under the
blanket between 8-10 de-
grees warmer.

Cotton sheets work o.k., but
serve mostly as a wind
block. The worst is plastic
sheeting or tarps that sweat
and have a tendency to
cause more harm than good,
especially if they touch the
leaves of the plant. Plants
that are potted and movable
should, be placed indoors or
at least protected from the
wind chill. However, don't
keep them inside and away
from the natural sunlight
for extended periods of time
and always remember to
keep them moist.

The big time citrus growers
use inconvenient smudge
pots to prevent frost from
killing their crops, plus the
added trick of spraying the
entire tree just before the
freeze. This keeps the tree
fully hydrated from the
roots upward and gives the
tree a little more chance of
survival. The last tip on
freeze protection is to NOT
fertilize during the winter
months; concentrate on sup-
plying the proper amounts
of water rather than food.

Since some people have al-
ready asked me for sugges-
tions about live Christmas
trees, here goes! The com-
mon northern varieties of
firs and spruces will not live
long in the Florida heat. Lo-
cally grown Leyland Cy-
press, Arizona Cypress and
our native Red Cedar are all
good choices. Oddly enough,
you can buy one of these
live trees for less money
than the cut shipped in
northern varieties. The big
plus is buying a live tree is
that you can add these trees
to your landscape after
Christmas for years of en-
joyment, rather than adding
it to the trash heap or dump-

I would like to take this op-
portunity to thank all of our
readers who have asked gar-
dening questions and to all
who have encouraged me in
this past year in writing
this column. May this
Christmas season be a
blessed one for you and your
family as you share the joy-
ful things in your life with
those around you!
God bless,
Art Wyckoff

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I tartedsearching for an easy
inexpensive way to clean my
oven. The loclk on mine is bro-
ken so I haven't been able to use
the self clean option and didn't
want to use harsh cleaners that
might cause damage. I found
this website www.WebSiteRe-
pairGuycom and have been try-
ing his technique for a few days
and it seems to be working. The
following is by Ed Abbott,

Eight easy Steps

to a C-ea. ovev%
I always like to find an easy way
to do things. As I go through
life, I find it's important to take
advantage of the little shortcuts
that save wear and tear on me.
Here's an easy way to clean an
oven that I've found that works.
The hardest part of cleaning an
oven is getting all that baked-on
black stuff off the inside walls
of the oven. It's called carbon.
Here's 8 easy steps that I follow
to get the hard-stuck carbon off:
Buy an empty spray bottle and
some baking soda.
You'll find that baking soda is
cheap especially if you buy in
Using a funnel, place 3 heaping
teaspoons of baking soda into
the spray bottle.
If the baking soda clogs the fun-
nel, unclog it with water.
Three heaping teaspoons of
baking soda is enough baking
soda for a large spray bottle.
Large baking soda bottles are
approximately 1 quart or 1 liter.
Be sure to buy an empty spray
bottle. Bottles that previously
contained window cleaning so-
lution, or other substances, do
not work very well. That's what
I hear.
One person, who wrote in, got
their empty spray bottle at a
flower shop. Years ago, I got my
empty spray bottle at Costco.
That was over 10 years ago.
Wash the baking soda into the
spray bottle by running water
into the funnel.
Fill the bottle with water. After
the bottle fills, you'll notice
undissolved baking soda that
has settled at the bottom of the
Shake the spray bottle so that
all the baking soda dissolves in
the water.
Unless all the baking soda is ful-
ly dissolved, some of it gets left
behind in the bottom of the bot-
tle as a residue.
When the oven is cold, spray the
baking soda and water solution
on to the black stuff. Do this one
or more times a day.

it is important to worn on a cola
oven for two reasons:
Safety You can't burn your
hands if the oven is cold.
Containment. You'll get baking
soda all over the house if you
start with a hot oven. I know.
I've done it.
Starting with a cold oven solves
the problem.
Use your oven as you normally
would. Keep spraying wet bak-
ing soda on to the top and sides
of the interior of the oven be-
tween meals.
Wet baking soda will break up
the carbon sticking to the sides
of the oven. Keep spraying bak-
ing soda on to the black stuff
between meals until it is all
Don't worry about getting bak-
ing soda in your food. Baking
soda is one of the prime ingre-
dients of many recipes such as
corn bread. It is safe to add it to
your food should you do so inad-
Using this technique, the black
carbon that was stuck to the
sides of your oven will flow to
the floor of your oven and settle
there as a black carbon powder
that can be wiped away.
Your oven will look like a mess
while this in process. Choose
a good time to do this. At your
convenience, when the oven is
cold, wipe your oven with a
damp cloth.
Eventually, you will have to
wipe down your whole oven
with a damp cloth. The black
carbon and baking soda will
will settle together on the bot-
tom of your oven. Both are easi-
ly removed with a damp cloth.
In theory, you will have to apply
the spray bottle many times but
you should only have to wipe
down your oven once. Try not to
wipe down the oven premature-
ly as this removes the active in-
gredient that makes the whole
thing work -- the baking soda.
Important! Let the baking soda
accumulate so that it can do its
Repeat, repeat, repeat until all
the black carbon is gone.
This technique can be used on
carbon that is baked on to casse-
role dishes as well.

This technique is the thrifty
person's oven cleaner. You'll no-
tice that the main ingredient in
many commercial oven cleaning
products is baking soda (also
known as sodium bicarbonate).
One disadvantage to this ap-
proach is that it takes time for

the baking soda to chemically
react with the carbon. Time and
repeated applications of the
spray bottle solution are your
keys to success.
A clear advantage to this ap-
proach is that it is not very la-
bor intensive. Just keep spray-
ing the carbon stuck to the inte-
rior of the oven until it all flows
to the bottom of the oven. Then
wipe it all out with a damp
One more thing to consider: It
takes a lot of baking soda to re-
move a lot of carbon. Be sure to
apply a significant quantity of
baking soda before giving up on
the project. Significant quanti-
ties of wet baking soda and the
passage of time are your keys to
success. Remember! The baking
soda does not react with the car-
bon unless it is wet.
On particularly difficult spots,
you may want to dampen the
baking soda in a bowl and apply
it directly on these spots as a
wet paste. If you do this, keep
the baking soda wet for an ex-
tended period of time by com-
ing back often and spraying it
with your spray bottle.
If the accumulation of carbon
is particularly heavy on the bot-
tom of your oven, you can
sprinkle baking soda on to the
bottom as a dry powder and
then dampen it with your spray
Good luck!
Thank you for your e-mails.
Please send me any recipes or
tips. Just send them to
. cravey644@bellsouth.net.
Also, I would love you to send
me some of your favorite
Christmas ideas or recipes.

Martin Luther


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From RADIO, pg 1
The one thing you will hear
is more coverage of local
events, ads for local business-
es, public service announce-
ments for qualified organiza-
tions, and hopefully next
year local high school foot-
ball games. WZCC currently
carries UF Gators Sports and
NASCAR Sprint Cup races
which will now be carried on
WLQH too. It is our goal to
become the Tri-Counties lo-
cal, community radio station.
The combined broadcast will
carry the WZCC brand.

Current listeners of either
radio station just need to add
an extra preset button on
their car or truck radio.
Click 940 while in Chiefland
and Levy County and click
1240 when in Cross City and
Dixie County. In between?
Just pick the button with the
best signal!! We also wel-
come our new listeners in
Gilchrist County. To become
the community's local radio
station, we need input from
the community. We welcome
and encourage comments
and suggestions on our pro-
gramming from listeners, po-
tential advertisers, and com-
munity leaders. What do you
want to hear on the WZCC?
What would encourage you to
advertise on WZCC? How
can our radio stations best
serve our communities? You
can e-mail them to john@sun-
coastradio.com or call our of-
fice at 352-498-0304.

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Owner Operator

igmaster Pest Control, Inc.

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

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

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Weigh-in/Tag-in Schedule:
Feeder Steer; Saturday, De-
cember 4; 7-9 am
Swine; Saturday, December
11; 7-10 am
Heifer; Saturday, December
11; 11 am 1 pm

This year, the fair book com-
mittee is selling senior pages
to be included in the fair
book. Much like the senior
pages in the high school

pages give
our senior
pants an
nity to
look back
at their
years of
ment in
the fair.
pages can
be pur-
your FFA
advisor or
4H leader.

It is now the time for seniors
to complete their scholar-
ship applications. Each
year, the Suwannee River

Fair awards two (2) $500
scholarships to the selected
applicants. The deadline for
submission is Wednesday,
March 2, 2011 (all applica-
tions must be postmarked -
no hand delivery).

The entry deadline for all
non-sale animals is Wednes-
day, January 5, 2011. This in-
cludes: horse, goat, dairy
cow, rabbits, and poultry. All
applications must be com-
pleted with required entry
fee and postmarked by this
date. No hand delivery is ac-

Scholarship information and
animal registration forms
can be found on our website
at mysrf.org or call Marti
Smith at (352) 262-1829.

11:00 am 8:00 pm Tuesday Saturday
am 2:00 pm Sunday Closed Monday

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Seating starts at 6:30pm, and the fun begins at 7pm .

Tickets are available until December 8th, and

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and 2 bedroom condos for rent 600.00- ground beef, and more. USDA in-
700.00 and utilities included in price spected. No hormones Evergreen
cable, internet and hot tub in Stein- Polled Herefords 352-498-0880. ever-
hatchee call 1-352-498-7740 (Nov-Feb) greenherefordbeef.com

3BR 2Bath House for fent 1st and last
month rent. NO PETS. call 498-3795

224 NE 147 ST / 3br 1i1/2 bath block
home, fenced yard for rent in cross
city, rent $650.00 / first and last month
352-210-0318 Marcy

Doublewide MH 3 BR 2Bath on 2
acres. Central Heat and Air ready Fri-
day Call 352-542-3377 or 352-578-4461

3BR 2Bath double wide with family
room 650.00 a month call 498-7632


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."

3BR House 4 Rent 400.00 498-6043

ROOM FOR RENT. Quiet neighbor-
hood, paved road, right off 29, close to
shopping. $75/week or $275/month.

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. Available Decem-
ber 1, 2-3 bedroom, 1 bath. In Cross
City. Wheelchair ramp. 498-3999.

Single person IBR IBath apartment
for rent, animal friendly 400.00 a
month, includes rent, electric and wa-
ter call 352-224-0749

2BR IBath traier for rent 400.00 a
month plus security deposit call Su-
san Davis 542-9574

4BR house 400.00 month, 2BR house
350.00 month call 352-498-0760 or 356-

Apartment for rent in City limits. 1
BR, 1 bath $375. First month, $375 se-
curit. No pets, no smoking 498-5679

3 BR, 1 Bath Good location .
$550/month first, last, deposit. 352-498-

4 BR 400.00,3 BR 360.00, 2 BR 360.00

Born Keep Fresh cut round rolls, cow
30.00 Horse grade 40.00 call 542-7276

Look New Hay for sale, large rolls, high-
ly fertilized weed free, coastal burmuda
45.00, penscola bahai 35.00 call 352-

Hay For Sale, Round Bales
Coastal. $35.00.
Call 352 222-5405.

soned oak cut and split
$75.00 a truckload u pick up
Delivery is,available for small
call for information

Free 8 week old Kittens. Call 352-

Two Family Yard Sale at 124 Se
452 Street Old Town off of 55A
look for signs

Yard Sale at Charlie's Bar De-
cember 4th From 8-? Anyone
can set up

Saturday December 4, 2010 Cor-
ner of Lovie Cannon and
Horseshoe Beach Roads in
Cross City (south of Ruth
Rains Middle School) Multi-
family: home interipr, tools, ex-
ercise equipment, too many
items to list 8:00 am until

Cross City yard sale 9am Sat-
urday December 4th first street
past nursing home on 351
north Red Brick House on left,
furniture, household items,
children items

Multi-Family Yard Sale, 1807
SE 55-A Hwy, Old Town (Crafts
by Joyce) Dec 3 & 4, 8:00 am.
Lots of Stuff

Hwy. 19 North
Mon. -Sat. 10-4
Cross City

Dianthus, Snaps, $16.00 for 18
count tray
DAY-SATURDAY 10:00 -4:00

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

hand vaucum cleaner 20.00, eureka
bagless, vacuum cleaner like new
75.00, oak dinner table 6 chairs ex
leaf 285.00 call 542-8367

TABLE with six chairs 300.00 or
OBO or trade for equal value, euea-
ka bagless vacuum cleaner like
new 75.00 OBO, Hilary tent, sleeps 4
never used 75.00 OBO call 542-8376

OBO. CALL 352-745-1407 OR 352-210-

30 ft long, one bedroom, (queen size
mattress compatible), refrig, stove,
microwave, lots of storage,
propane, electric and battery a/c
works great. table area and sofa
both make out to sleeping areas,
full bathroom.
Asking $3500.00
Call Lynn @ 352-427-1412 or email,

Dodge Slant Six 225 Moter, Trans-
mission rearend 250.00 ask for
Mike at 498-5409

Used Ranch Hand 250.00 call 352-
463-7036 or 352-535-7626

For Sale Kirby Vacuum with all At-
tachments, needs belt, for more
info call 542-7404 or 578-5862

wood! 498-3999.

Refridgerator for sale. $75 and up.

HOSPITAL BED. Fully adjustable
with hand remote. $200 OBO. 498-
7311, Steve.

Washer & Dyer 80.00 each
2 Guitars 125.00 each
4 bulldogs pups 75.00 each

Welding Caps for sale. 8.00 each ma-
chine washable, double sided vari-
ous colors, Gator, FSU, Camo, many
others. Special order Personalized
Burp Cloths, Baby Blankets and
many other items. Call for pricing
at 498-5219 Jennie Herring

Tanning Bed for sale 500.00 call 498-
5219 if interested

2001 Honda Shadow 600 asking
2500.00 or OBO. call 578-5543

General Electric glass top stove
runs great, needs front glass on
oven door. 578-5778

A set of wooden bunk beds, asking
450.00 call for more info 498-2297
Dressers and stairs included.

Refrigerator needs paint. $75.00 498-

93 Ford Tracer Station Wagon
$2,000 cash or trade for small auto-
matic pickup. 498-7425

2005 GMC 4 Wheel Drive black with
88,000 miles. $10,000 OBO 352-210-

1974 Green Ford F-250 74,000 origi-
nal miles. $1200 OBO 352-210-1665

3BR 1Bath 14x70 1985 mobile home
8,000.00 with break down setup in-
cluded price negotiable 352-340-9047

1 Memphis 12in. sub, 700 watt amp,
truck box fits 2subs 130.00 for
everything call for individual pric-
ing 352-340-9047

Grouper Equipment Rods reels out
riggers stretch 25 and 30 and much
more 498-5409

Boys Clothes size 5,6,7 call 498-3184

REDUCED! 24-28 plus size women
clothing. Mostly Catos brand w/
other name brands Gently worn 54
items total (tops, pants, capris,
shorts) 100.00 for all (352) 210-1203

House's for rent--car's 500.00
pit bull puppies 50.00 call 498-0760
or 356-2236

EPSON Perfection 1670 Photo Scan-
nerEPSON Stylus Photo 820 Printer
All software included. Barely used.
$30.00 for both. Toshiba Tecra 8000
14"Monitor LapTop 130 KB Ram,
Floppy Drive, 5.59 GB = HD, Wire-
less, Windows Professional $150.00
or OBO Call 352.262.1954 or
352.356.7378 for more information.

30" Gas range 200.00 or OBO call

30 foot hunting camper with new
floor, asking 900.00 for it. call at 352-

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

PAINT Since 1985. To all previous
& new customers I am offering a
10% discount for the entire
.month of December. Merry
Christmas & God bless! Pastor
Jim Hurst (352) 498-3023 or 356-

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

Nina's Hair Care
601 NE 214 Ave. Behind court-
house, Cross City Fl 32628
352-356-2513 Specials for Sept.
and Oct Call for details
Mention Ad

In-home daycare has 1 full-time
and several after school open-
ings. Please call Rhonda Cassidy

lot; 3 bdr mobile
home; near river in Jena; 498-2601

Lovely landscaped 4 acres w/ New
Double wide, party deck on three
sides of home 3BR 3Bath never lived
in, values 170.00 sacrificing @ 110,000.
F/S by owner. Call Johnny @ 352-542-
9374 five minutes from historic
Suwanee river Annual faxes on Ty
600.00 priced below market in Dixie
County FL ,

1/2 acre River front, perfect camp se~t-
up, walk to Gornto Springs State Park
15,000.00 owner finance" 1-850-973-

(Formerly Lake City Community Col-

224 Duty Days Tenured Track

Instructor to teach and assist the
EMS Coordinator and Executive Di-
rector of Public Service Programs in
various aspects of program develop-
ment, planning and implementation
of the EMT-Basic, Paramedic, and
EMS Associate Degree programs, as
well as Firefighter programs. He/she
maintains a close relationship with
clinical sites and part-time faculty,
and assists in program expansion
and student recruitment; also assists
Coordinator in maintaining state and
national program accreditation.
ter's degree in emergency medical
services or closely related field, or
Master's degree with 18 graduate
hours in the emergency medical ser-
vices or closely related field. KNOWL-
QUIRED: Paramedic certification ei-
ther at the state or national level
(must have Florida state license with-
in six months of hire). Four years ex-
perience as a paramedic with an ALS
provider. Must have two years experi-
ence (full or part-time) teaching EMS.
Must be able to establish and main-
tain effective working relationships
with others. Knowledge of EMS
CATIONS: Minimum three years
teaching experience at the technical
school or community college level.
ACLS, PALS, and PHTLS instructor
certification. Experience with pro-
gram accreditation process. Experi-
ence with American Heart Associa-
tion accreditation and credentialing.
Fire/rescue experience. Knowledge of
firefighter equipment and certifica-
Salary: Based on degree and experi-
ence, plus benefits.
Application Deadline: 12/17/10
Persons interested should provide
College application, vita, and photo-
copies of transcripts. All foreign
transcripts must be submitted with
official translation and evaluation.
Position details and applications
available on web at: www.fgc.edu
Human Resources

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5. Burn to a crisp
9. Essential part
13. Coin redesigned
in 1945
14. Anise-flavored
15. Totaled
16. Part of Krupa's kit
18. Early anesthetic
19. Seaweed extract
20. Accesses to
attics, sometimes
22. Spiral-shelled
24. Writer Hentoff
25. Numero (first-
26. David -Gurion
27. Those on the
30. Name of-several
Egyptian kings
32. Scratch a dele
34. Doll's word
36. Juror, in theory
37. Cyberspace
40. Beach plaything
42. Height: Prefix
43. VWing it, musically
47. Harvard student
49. Suffix with earth
or duck
51. A Hope-Crosby
52. E-mail address
53. "Dad," to Jethro
55. Homecoming
57. Some attempts at
baskets *
61. K-12,
62. Kukla's puppet
63. Bottom-line
66. Jesse Ventura
was one of them

Florida Gateway College
149 S.E. College Place
Lake City Fl 32025-2007
Phone (386) 754-4314
Fax (386) 754-4814
E-Mail: humanr@fgc.edu
FGC is accredited by the Commission
oni Colleges of the Southern Associa-
tion of Colleges and Schools.
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in
Education and Employment


Formerly Lake City Community


SComputer Science
Teach computer classes on cam-
pus. Must have Master's degree
with 18 graduate hours in com-
puter science. Experience with
interactive digital media to in-
clude 2D, 3D modeling, motion
graphics, video, animation or
gaming preferred; Contact Pam
Carswell at 386-754-4266 or

Human Diseases
Evening class and internet class.
'Master's degree with 18 graduate
hours in either a health science
or medical field required. For
more information or to apply,
Contact Tracy Hickman at 386-
754-4324 or

College application and copies of
transcripts required. All foreign
transcripts must be submitted
with a translation and evalua-
tion. Application available at
FGC is accredited by the South-
ern Association of Colleges and
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in Edu-
cation & Employment

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American Profile Hometown Content

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68. Carrier to Tel
69. Jamboree sight
70. Egyptian snakes
71. Be dependent

1. Billboard
2..Mosque tower
3. Use the mind's
4. Rid of vermin,
Pied Piper-style
5. Package letters
6. On the disabled
7. France's CWte
8. Word before
nose or candle
9. Barbieri of jazz

10. Using one's own
11. More unyielding
12. Body stockings
cover them
15. Bureaucratic
17. Cupid, to the
21. Bogey beater
22. "My Boys"
23. Ready for
drilling? -
28. The Crimson Tide,
for short
29. Like some talk or
31. Griffin of game
I shows
33. Nincompoop
35. spumante
38. Slips by
39. Ike's singing
partner, once


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released con
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44. Where a sleeve
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46. Luau fare
47. Kathie Lee, to
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54. "Willy and the
56. Tummy trouble
58. Bagpiper's garb
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Legal Notice

That pursuant to Ordinance No. 90-04,
as amended, comments, objections and
recommendations concerning the fol-
lowing described Special Exception as
provided for in the Dixie County Land
Development Regulations, will be heard
by the Board of County Commissioners
of Dixie County, Florida, at a public
hearing on December 16, 2010 at 6:00
pm or as soon thereafter as the matter
can be heard, in the Board of County
Commissioners meeting room, located
at 214 NE 351 Hwy, Cross City, Florida.
A petition by Shelly Ross requesting a
Special Exception to be granted, as
provided in Section 4.3.5 subparagraph
(1) of the Dixie County Land Develop-
ment Regulations to permit a Home Oc-
cupation (Professional Office) in a En-
vironmentally Sensitive (ESA-1) Zon-
ing district, in accordance with the peti-
tion dated November 22, 2010. To be
located on the property as described as

Dixie County Parcel Number 24-10-09-
The public hearing may be continued to
one or more future dates. Any interest-
ed party shall be 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 regarding the matters will
be published, unless said continuation
exceeds six calendar weeks from the
date of the referenced public hearing.
At the aforementioned public hearing,
all interested parties may appear to be
heard with respect to the proposed
Special Exception.
A copy of the petition for Special Ex-
ception is available for public inspection
at the office of the Zoning Official locat-
ed at 405 SE 22nd Avenue Cross City,
Florida during regular business hours.
All persons are advised that if they de-
cide to appeal any decision made at
the above referenced public hearing,
they will need a record of the proceed-
ings, and that, for such purpose, they
may need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings, is made,
which record includes the testimony
and evidence upon the appeal is to be




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The Dixie County Advocate Thursday December 2, 2010

Stuff to Do


The Suwannee Valley Play-
ers calls for auditions for The
Drowsy Chaperone, the new
musical comedy that is swoop-
ing into town with tons of
laughs. The players invite all
men and women at all experi-
ence levels to audition at the
Chief Theater, 25 East Park Av-
enue in Chiefland on Tuesday
December 7th at 7:00pm and
Saturday, December 11 at 11am:
Auditions include an a cappella
vocal selection, dance audition,
and script reading. Wear com-
fortable, dance or athletic
clothes and shoes.

Opportunities available
for MUSICIANS (drum-
set/percussion, bass guitar, key-
boards, 2-4 flute or reeds, 1
trombone, 2-3 trumpets), be-
hind-the-scenes personnel in-
cluding costume design/sewing,
set and scenery design/con-
struction, stage & house crew,
etc. Rehearsals scheduled with
cast consideration begin in De-
cember/January The show
runs March 25 April 3, 2010 on
Friday Saturdays at 8pm and
Sunday at 2:30pm. Contact Di-
rector, Stacey Trenteseaux at
352-246-8063 or
strenteseaux@gmail.com or vis-
it www.svplayers.org for more
Join the cast of this musical
within a comedy crammed full
of every cliche, gag and gim-
mick from the golden age of'
musicals. Complete with a
wealthy dowager, debonair
bridegroom, a harried produc-
er, jovial gangsters posing as
pastry chefs, a flaky "feldzig"
chorus girl trying to steal the
stage, a Latin lothario trying to
woo the bride-to-be, an aviatrix,
and of course the drowsy chap-
erone, the show boasts thrills
and surprises that take both the
cast (literally) and the audience
(metaphorically) soaring into
the rafters!
The Drowsy Chaperone is pre-
sented by special arrangements
with Musical Theatre Interna-
tional (music & lyrics by Lisa
Lambert and Greg Morrison
and book by Bob Martin and
Don McKellarson). Original
Broadway production of The
Drowsy Chaperone produced by
Kevin McCullum, Roy Miller,
Bob Boyett, Stephanie McClel-
land, Barbara Freitag and Jill






Sunday, December 5th at
2:00 pm Dixie Music Center is
sponsoring "An Old Town
Christmas" music concert.
The Christmas concert is
way to kick off the holiday
season with the beautiful mu-
sic of Christmas and is an
event the entire family can
enjoy together.

Scheduled to perform will
be choir members from the
First Christian Church of
Chiefland. They will perform
with a back-up band and will
be singing three Christmas
favorites. Members of the
Rock Bluff Band will be on
hand to sing and play several
Christmas standards with
lots of harmony Also on the
bill is Naomi Cooke who has
picked out a couple of her fa-
,vorite-Christmas songs.
Bruce Miller and Robbie
Blake will team up on a cou-
ple of songs and Dotti South
and the Slackers will end the
show with a rousing set of
many Christmas stand-bys.
There will also be perfor-
mances by other special

The Dixie County Histori-
cal Society will be on hand
selling refreshments and
there will be free candy canes
for all the kids! The concert
will be held on the grounds of
Dixie Music Center, which is
located at 26626 S.E. 19 High-
way in Old Town. The con-
cert is free, but we are asking
for donations of a non-per-
ishable food item to be given
to the local food bank. So,
bring your family, a blanket
or lawn chairs and sit under
the live oak trees and enjoy
an afternoon of the music of


Come See Santa Claus Satur-
day December 4th at the
Short Stop 1296 SE Hwy 317
by Hinton Landing from
1:00pm to 3:00pm.

Blue Grass and Gospel ring
in the Christmas gSason
Saturday, Dec. 4th

Beginning at 6:00 PM Satur-
day night, December 4th,
the monthly gospel and blue
grass music performers will
help ring in the Christmas
Season with favorites to in-
clude Christmas songs and
sing-a-long opportunities.
Eric Daniels and the other
members of Big Cypress
have put together a special
set of music especially for
the Christmas season. The
cultural center is already
decorated for the Christmas

Members of the Historical
Society will host a spread of
tasty treats including, light
hors d'oeuvres, eggnog, fin-
ger sandwiches, and Christ-
mas sweets. Join us for a
night of good music, good
fellowship and good cheer.

Hark the


The cantata, Hark the Her-
ald will be presented in two
performances on Sunday De-
cember 19.

The cantata will be per-
formed Sunday morning at
the Chiefland United
Methodist Church during
the morning worship ser-
vice and at 3:00 PM at the
Old Town United Methodist
Church. The cantata in-
cludes Christmas favorites
in an upbeat arrangement.
Singers from Old Town Unit-
ed Methodist Church,
Chiefland United Methodist
Church and Holy Cross
Catholic Church have joined
together to prepare this spe-
cial music which is being di-
rected by Amy Adams-Bro-
dahl.. Following the 3:00 PM
performance at the Old
Town United Methodist
Church, there will be a time
of fellowship and refresh-
ment in the fellowship hall.

Please come, and invite your
friends and neighbors to
this special celebration of
the birth of Christ.


All World War II vete
are invited to attend ou
Christmas meeting and
cheon on Thursday, De
ber 9, at 11:30 a.m. in th
land Room of the Ceda
Cove Beach & Yacht Cl
Once again we will b
an unwrapped child's g
fill a Toys for Tots box
we'll enjoy a sing-a-long
Christmas carol's and t
from the 40's and 50's.
Come join the cama-
raderie. If you have qu
tions call Virginia Lew
352-528-2310 or Dot Halv
en, 352-542-7697.

Saturday, December 4,
6pm to 9pm

The Dixie County Histo
Society will be hosting
Christmas in Dixie Blu
music for your enjoyme
Saturday, December 4, 2
the Old Towm Elementa
School Auditorium loca
SR. 349 and CR 55A. Th
will be several bands pe
forming. The music wi]
at 6pm and will finish v
the music stops! Admis
is free so bring the fami
and enjoy! Light refres
ments will be served.

I .- R F I fl
THE E 15 '1,


cem- SANTA CLAUS by Jamie
ie Is- Gorski. "Dear Editor, is
r : there a Santa Claus?" a
ub question innocently asked
by 8-year-old Virginia
)ring O'Hanlon. Christmas was
ift to : coming and all was right
and with the world ... until her
g of friends mischievously fill
:unes : her in on the "facts" about
SOld Saint Nick. Who could
Sell her the truth? Not her
es- :father, a doctor who is al-
is at ways fighting against old
vors- world cures. Not her
teacher, who is already fed
.up with Christmas even
Though it hadn't arrived. So
Virginia writes a letter to
] the editor of The New York
Sun, for her father always
said, "If you see it in The



2010 Starting at 10am through
S6pm oh'Dec. 4th, join us at
Trailhead Park in Chiefland
,rical for arts & crafts booths, food,
Entertainment hosted by a DJ
egrass and local talent, children's
ent on activities, sport vehicle and
010 at classic car displays. The
ry Lighted parade is from 6-7.
Cited at pm. It starts at Chiefland
ere High, south on Highway 19 to
er- Sbuth 3rd Avenue. There will
1 start be awards for judges' fa-
vhen worites. Then it's back to
sion Trailhead Park for the light-
ily ing ceremony, contest win-
h- ners, music, carols, and visits
With Santa.

Sun, it's so." Virginia's letter
falls into the hands of Fran-
cis P Church, a veteran edi-
torial writer who knows he
must answer, and must an-
swer truthfully And so he
begins his reply, which be-
comes one of the most mem-
orable and cherished edito-
rials in newspaper history

Yes, Virginia runs fon two
weekends, December 3 5
and 10 12. Friday and Sat-
urdays, performances are at
8 p.m. and Sundays at
2:30p.m. Tickets are $8 for
students (k -12) and seniors
(65 and over), and $10 for
adults. On the first weekend
only, receive'$1 off admis-
sion with a new, unwrapped
toy for Toys for Tots.

The Chief Theatre is locat-
ed at 25 East Park Avenue,
Chiefland. 'For more infor-
mation, call (352) 493-ARTS
or visif our website at


Disabled American Veterans
Chapter 63 Auxiliary is having
an inside yard sale on Friday,
December 3, 2010 from 7 am un-
til 3 pm at the Chapter Hall.
Located at
125 NE 165th Avenue,
Cross City, Florida
There will be free coffee and
S Nanc foseo
Cross. Brand Cowboy Church
will be hosting the Kids
Ranch Rodeo at the Williston
Horseman's Park Sat. Dec. 4 .
at 4:00p.m Sign up are at 3.
Kids 12 and under are wel-
come to attend. For more in-
formation please contact Gin-
ny Keith at (352)221-4951.

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Ob ituaries and Faith, etc.

Philip David Williams

PHILIP DAVID WILLIAMS, known to family and friends
as Bub or Bubba, passed away on Thanksgiving day
Thursday 25, 2010 at home with loved ones by his side.

Bub was born in St. Charles, Virginia, in 1926 to Myrtle
Garber Williams and Thomas Walker Williams. He was
preceded in death by his father Thomas in 1933, his moth-
er Myrtle in 1988 and two of four sisters Pauline Williams
Roberts and Loraine Williams Lindsey

He married Mildred Nolan in 1947.They had three chil-
dren Tex Williams, Donald Williams, Barbara Jean
Williams Crow. He moved his family from Dayton, Ohio in
1967 to the island town of Cedar Key, Florida.

Bub loved all that the small town community had to offer
and greatly enjoyed time on the water. He was best known
for his master carpentry skills and was instrumental in
the construction of many Cedar Key structures.

Bub leaves to his surviving children Tex of Ocala, Don of
Micanopy and Barbara of Cedar Key, sisters Ruth Carroll
and Jackie Terry of New Jersey, grandchildren Michele,
David, Tina, Kelby and Brandon, six great-grand children
and long time companion Janice Rose the legacy of
courage, strength and love.

In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made in Mr.
Williams's memory to Haven Hospice of the Tri-County,
311 NE 3rd ST, Chiefland, FL 32626.

Arrangements are under the care of Hiers-Baxley Funer-
al Services, 1301 N. Young Blvd., Chiefland, FL 32626, 352-
493-0050. On line condolences may be sent through our
website at www.hiers-baxleycom.

Christine Lycke

MS. CHRISTINE LYCKE of Steinhatchee, Florida,
passed away Monday, November 22, 2010 at Marshall
Health and Rehab in Perry, Florida. She was 77.

A lifelong resident of Steinhatchee, Ms. Lycke attended
the Church of God and enjoyed painting, quilting and

She is survived by her sons, Larry Schultz and Kenneth
Clothier, both of Steinhatchee, Florida; brother, Dalton
Johnson of Texas; sisters, Ruthie Nielson and Peggy
Drawdy, both of Steinhatchee, Florida; 4 grandchildren
and 1 great grandchild.

A memorial service will be held Saturday, December 4,
2010 at 11:00 AM at Friendship Chapel Church of God in

Arrangements have been placed under the direction of
the Rick Gooding Funeral Home, Cross City, Florida,


Pentecostal Holiness

Thanksgiving has come and
gone and now we look to-
ward December, the month
in which we celebrate our
lord and savior Jesus
Christ's birth. Our annual
Christmas play.and.Christ-
mas banquet will be on the
12th this year, also the ladies
will be having a "cookie
swap" on December 5th
starting at 4:30. Bring your
favorite cookie recipes to
share. Please come join us
for fellowship, devotion, re-
freshments and door prizes.
There is still such a need for
healing in our church and

community; many are suf-
fering from sickness and dis-
ease. God is still in the mir-
acle business, all we have to
do i~s'sk and believe. The
bible says you should rejoice
even in your time of trou-
bles. How many know that
can be hard a lot of times.
It's easy to praise God when
things are going well but
when troubles come it's a lit-
tle harder. God wants us to
praise Him in all things. If
we do this He will heal and
restore us. It is never to late
for God to turn things
around for us. Jesus said in
Hebrews 13:5 "I will never
leave you nor forsake you".

Don't forget that The Grace
for living Simply bible study

Sylvia Fillyaw Weeks

I r

Sylvia Fillyaw Weeks, 86, of Chiefland, passed away Nov.
23, 2010 at Haven Hospice of the Tri Counties in
Chiefland. Born in Luraville, FL, she came to Chiefland
in 1967. She was a member of Long Pond Baptist Church.
She was a homemaker who loved and enjoyed her family
but also worked in the cafeteria at Chiefland High School,
served as a school teacher and worked at Georgia-Pacific
Plywood Mill. She enjoyed gardening, crocheting and

She is survived by her children, Jimmie Weeks (Marilyn
Hagerman) of Steinhatchee, LaWanda (Herbert) Thomas
of Bell, Ronnie (Elaine) Weeks of Green Cove Springs,
and Kathy (Paul) Baker of Chiefland, grandchildren
Shanda (Jason) Hoffman, Brian (Lori) Thomas, Justin Lu-
cas, Ashley Weeks, Emily Baker, Roni Weeks and a great
granddaughter, Angel.

She is preceded in death by her husband, Orlando Weeks,
3 brothers and 2 sisters:

Funeral services will be Sat. Nov 27, 2010 at 11:00 AM at
Hiers-Baxley Funeral Services with burial at Antioch
Cemetery Visitation will be one hour prior the service.
Arrangements are under the care of Hiers-Baxley Funer-
al Services, 1301 N. Young Blvd., Chiefland, FL 32626, 352-
493-0050. On line condolences may be sent though our
website at www.hiers-baxley.com.

SIrene E. Woods

Irene E. Woods, age 89, passed away on Tuesday, Novem-
ber 23, 2010 at North Florida Regional Medical Center.

Irene was born on May 13, 1921 in Dixon, Missouri, to
Kuey Ellis Holtsclay and Vada Mae Smith Holtsclaw. She
moved from St. Petersburg, FL to Trenton in 1968.

Irene enjoyed going shopping, going out to eat with
friends and family and going to auctions. She was a
member of Joppa Baptist Church and was involved with
many of the church functions. Irene loved being around
her family and friends.

She is preceded in death by her husband, Clarence H.
Woods, Jr., her sister, Evelyn Mae Holtsclaw and her
brother, Virgil E Holtsclaw.

She is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Joyce I.
(Larry) Lewis of Trenton, her son and daughter in law,
Charles H. (Amy) Woods of Bell, 8 grandchildren, 15
great grandchidlren and 5 great-great grandchildren.

Funeral services were held on Monday, November 29,
1010, at 2:00 PM at Joppa Baptist Church with Brother
Robin Thomas officiating. Interment followed at the
church cemetery. ,

Arrangements were under
6 Home, 426 W Wade Street, T
and prayer with Damon
Thompson will be Monday
Dec. 6th and 13th from 7pm
to 9pm in the Driven Build-
ing across from the church.
Please pray and plan to

Thought for the weel: A
Parent's Life Is A Child's

Service times are Sunday
school 10 am, Morning Wor-
ship Service 11am, Evening
Praise Service 6pm, Wednes-
day Evening Worship Ser-
vice 7pm Wednesday Youth
Service (Driven) 7pm and
Saturday Evening Prayer
Service 8pm.

Have a Blessed week.

the care of Watson Funeral
Trenton, FL 32693. (352) 463-

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Angelle Marie Fremen

MS. ANGELLE MARIE FREMEN of Old Town, Florida,
passed away Sunday, November 28, 2010 at North Florida
Regional Medical Center. She was 80.

Ms. Fremen moved to Old Town from Gainesville, Florida
in 1977. She was a real estate broker and salesperson
with Dixie Realty for 32 years. She was a member of Beta
Sigma Phi, Holy Cross Catholic Church and enjoyed
flower arranging, drafting and designing.

Ms. Fremen is survived by sons, Michael Fremen of
Charleston, SC and Steve Fremen of Cross City, FL;
daughter Toni Fremen of Old Town, FL; grandchildren,
Jill, Ivey, Jena, Nicole, Holly and Stephanie and great
grandchildren, Jami, Jaiden, Kylie and Justin.

Funeral services will be held Thursday, December 2, 2010
at 3:00 PM at Rick Gooding Funeral Home Chapel. Inter-
ment will follow at Long Pond Cemetery. A visitation will
be held Wednesday evening, December 1, 2010, between
the hours of 6 and 8 PM at the funeral home.

Arrangements have been placed under the direction of
the Rick Gooding Funeral Home, Cross City, Florida, 352-


John Henry Zeller

MR. JOHN HENRY ZELLER of Old Town, Florida
passed away Sunday, November 28, 2010.. He was 66.

Born in Gouverneur, New York, Mr.
Zeller was a roofing contractor, in New
York, before becoming disabled. He
moved to Clearwater, FL in 1983 and
then to Old Town, FL in 2006. He en-
joyed hunting and fishing and was a

He is survived by his wife, Joyce
Zeller of Old Town, FL; sons, Dwayne
(Evelyn Renauld) Zeller and Mark
(Karen) Zeller, both of Old Town, FL;
brothers, Walter Zeller of Hammond, NY and a
Zeller of Largo, FL; sisters, Linda House of Lisbon, NY,
Jackie Almond of Springhill, FL, Kristin Lemon of
Clearwater, FL and Melissa Nelson of-New Port Richey,
FL; 9 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren.

He-was preceded in death by daughter, Barbara Anne
Zeller Gorenflo and brother Chris Zeller.

Funeral services will be held Thursday; December 2,
2010 at 12:00 noon at Rick Gooding Funeral Home
Chapel with Rev. Tom Almond officiating. Interment
will follow at Old McCrabb Cemetery,,Old Town, FL. A
visitation will be held on Thursday, December 2, at 11:00
AM, one hour prior to the service.

Arrangements have been placed under the direction of
the Rick Gooding Funeral Home, Cross City, Florida,

Romans 15i11i"(NIV) -" New Prospect Baptist Church
US 19 -Between Cross City & Old Town
11 And again, JesuslsTheAnswerFor Yourfe
D.9 .. /Sunday Ssool uIA. Morning Worship11A
"Praise the Lord, all you Gen- ChlSdrn's Church 10A Evening Worship 7P
tiles, and sing praises to him, all WdneidayEvenlng 7P
you peoples." Pastor- Billy Robson
u 1 (352) 49W711


Calvary Temple Assembly of God
Suwannee Lumber Road Cross City
*Join Us ForAVIt Stay FrAUft Wne
Sunday Worp-10.30A
Waeasy EnnrVt Serice 7P
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Pastor Jim Hurst
(352) 498-3023

First Baptist Church of Old Town Old Town Unitbd Methodist Church The Good hphd Luh an Church
"Welcome To God's House -Wont You Come On In" US 19 Old Tqn
Sunday School 10A Morning Worship 11A Food Pantry Open 8am -11am, Mon -Thurs.
Evening Worship 6P "Come Let Us Worship & Adore Himn' 4 m m fl I mrIt m m Y 1i
Wednesday Bible Study 7P Sunday Worship 9:30A
Knock & the door will open.seek & you ill find, ask &you wllbe Church School 11A 3S5483-497
given life eternally. Wednesday Choir Practice 7P mI m si w-8H-
Pastor- Royce Hanshew Pastor Rev. Carl Ralnear
(352) 542-7050 (352) 542-7954 Ir eM SAnS we 0 l ai

New Prospect


New Prospect welcomes Bro.
Gene Coons as our interim
pastor. We are very blessed
to have him come and
preach to us and
share his great knowledge
of the Bible. We welcome
Karen, his wife, back to
Dixie County where she
grew up.. We, at New ,
Prospect, look forward to
Bro. Gene and Karen being
with us as we look for the
man that God wants to be
our pastor.

Bro Gene brought the morn-
ing message from 2nd chap-
ter of Mark. The message
was one that should cause
us to to reckon with our-
selves concerning
our faith. How much faith
do we have-If we could have
the faith the size of a
mustard seed-what great
things we could do for our
Lord. Sunday nights
message came from Job.
What a man of faith. The
scripture tells us of how
God blessed the work of his
hands .Many bad things
happened to Job that would

cause his faith to waiver had
he not been strong and faith-
ful to God..
How committed are we to
God? We have many sick
.ones in our church and
county, lets lift them up in
prayer. Lets lend a ear or a
shoulder. God tells us that
:"others" are more impor-

tant than ourselves.
We at New Prospect invite
you to come and worship
with us. If you are looking
for a church home-our doors
are open to you.
May GOD bless you this
week and if you see some-
one without a smile-Give
them one!

Please study the plan of


Hebrews 5:9, 11:6 John 14:6
Romans 1:16 Acts 4:12
1 Corinthians 15:1-4
Romans 10:9-10 Matthew 10;32-33

Matthew 28:18-19
Romans 6:3-7
Acts 2:36-41
Mark 16:15-16
Colossians 2:11-13, 1:1
Galations 1:6-9
Hebrews 4:12
2 Corinthians.5:10

John 3:1-5
Acts 8:30-39
1 Peter 3:21
2 Thessalonians 1:7-9
John 12:48
Romans 16:16

McCrabb Baptist Church
7 miles north of Old Town on Hwy 349 at CR
351A, Church Rhone, 542-2207
Larry Peterson, Pastor
Sunday School 9:45 Church 11:00
Sun. discipleship Training 6:00,
Church 7:00
Wed Night Bible Study 7:00
For Sunday Van Pickup Call Bro.
Rick Foy, 356-2294 ,


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First United Methodist Church
22 NE 138th St -Cross City
"Open Hearts. Open Minds, Open Doors
The People of The United Methodist Church
Sunday School 9:45A Morning Worship 11A
Wednesday Adult Choir 7:30P
Pastor Rev. Glenda Brayman
(352) 498-3420

Lydia Baptist Church
2 Miles West of Cross City on US 19
"A Church You Can Call Home"
Sunday-Morning Prayer 9:15A Sunday school 9:45A
Morning Worship 11A- Evening Worship 7P
Wednesday-Prayer Meeting 7P
Bible Study, Mission Friends, RA's, GAs
Pastor: Jarrett Thomas
(352) 498-5617

There is one who scatters, and
increases yet more. There is one who
withholds more than is appropriate, but
gains poverty. The liberal soul shall be
made fat. He who waters shall be
watered also himself.
Proverbs 11:24-25

Old Town Church of God
Welcomes You To Come & Worhip With Us
Sunday School -10:OA
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00A
Sunday Evening Worship 6 00P
Wednesday Evening Worsp 700P
Pastor Troy Hre
(352) 542-8222

Scrub Creek Baptist Church
Located 6 Miles East on CR 351
"A Friendly Church With A Welcome Spirit"
Bible Study 9:45A Wrship Service 11A
Church Training -6P Evening Worhip- 7P
Wednesday. Prayer Meeting 7P


Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Cross City
"Welcomes You Where Jesus is Lord
Sabbath School 9:30A- Morning Worship 11A
Wednesday Prayer Meeting 6:30P
Pastor Bill Schnorbus
H (352) 498-3258 C (352) 498-5674

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Cross City Church of God
Kenneth Street-Cross City
Proclaiming The Full Gospel For Al People'
Children's Church 10:30A- Mornng Worship 10:30A
Evening Wornhip-6:30P
Wednesday FnlyTra mngHourAdult & Teen Miisty,
Boy's Brigade & Girr Club 7:00P
Rev. Ed & Sylvia Ivey, Pastor

( Cross Cl Penteostal hellnet Church
Ba--M gd y-Closs m Cy
In the Heart of Dixie Co. with Dixie Co. at heat
Sunday School 10:00 am Morning Worship 11:00 am
Sunday Evening 6:00 PM
Wed Family Night 7:00 pm
Pastor Randy & AUla RIchardso

Faith Baptist Church
CR 55A (Between Cross City & Old Town)
The Church WithAn Open Door"
Sunday School -9:45A. Morning Worship 11A
Evening Worship 7P
MM-Week Bible Study Wednesday 7P
Rev. Jackle Pettrey, Pastor
(352) 542-7103

"Show proper respect to
everyone: Love the brother-
hood of believers, fear God,
honor the king.
1 Peter 2:17

Holy Cross Catholic Mission
Hwy 19 South of Cross City
Mass Sundays- 11:30 am
Confessions-Sundays 10:45-11:15 am
CCD Every Wednesday 6:00 7:15 pm
At St John the Evangelist In Chlefland
Grades Pre-K thru High School
Rosary Every Tuesday 3:00 pm
(352) 493-9723

[Ro 1T8] LAi no d bt remain
outstanding, except the
continuing debt to love one
another, for he who loves his
fellowman has fulfilled the law.

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We love you and ask that
you pass this on.

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Thursday December 2, 2010

www. dcadvocate. net

Legals, etc.

CASE NO 15-2009-CA-000081
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to
a Final Summary Judgment of Foreclo-
sure entered int he above-styled cause,
in teh Circuit Court'of Dixie County, 1
Florida, I will sell the property situate in'
Dixie County, FLorida described as:
Begin at the SE corner of the N 1/2 of .
Government Lot 9, a distance of 140
yards for a oint of beginning and thence
from said point of beginning; continue to
run North along the East line of said
Government Lot 9, a distance of 239.94
feet and to the South right of way line of
the county public road, thence run West
along the South right of way line of.said
county public road a distance of 334.15
feet, thence run South.a distance of
449.93 feet, thence run East 127.77
feet, thence run NOrth 210 feet, and
thence run East 210 feet to the East
line of said Government Lot 9 of Sec-
tion'25, Township 9 South, Range 13
East and back to said point of begin-
ning; said parcel of land being located
and situated in teh N 1/2 of Government
Lot 9, of Seection 25 South, Range 13
East, Dixie County, FLorida.
A/K/A 228 NE 356th Avenue, Old Town,
FLorida 32680
at public sale to the highest and best
bidder for cash, Dixie County Court-
house, 214 NE 351 Hwy Suite M, Gross
City, FL 32628 at 11:00 AM on Decem-
ber 21, 2010.
Dated this 17th day of November, 201.0.
Any person claiming an interest in the
surplus from the sale, if any, other than
the property owner as of the date of the
lis pendens, must file a claim within 60
days after the sale.
Witness, my hand and seal of this court
on the 17th day of November, 2010.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dana D. Johnson
By: Karen Leverett, Deputy Clerk.
In accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act of 1990, persons need-
ing a special accommodation to partici-
pate in this proceeding should contact
the ASA Coordinator no later than sev-
en (7) days prior to the proceedings. If.
hearing impaired, please call (800) 955-
9771 (TDD) or (800) 955-8770 voice),
via Florida Relay Service.


A petition has been filed to secure a
title to a 2002 Blue Dodge Caravan
SE VIN #1B4GP25382B539818.
Anyone having claims against
above van please do so before De-
cember 11, 2010.

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m Dixie Realty Plaza. I-

CASE NO. 2010 CP 000083



The Dixie
County C
on Thursc

The administration of the estate of 2010, 10:m
Sharon Jenevieve Padgett Strickland, de- meeting il
ceased, Case Number 2010 CP 000083, sioners M
is pending in the Circuit Court for Dixie
County, Florida, Probate Division, the ad- Dixie Cou
dress of which is 214 Northeast Highway City, Flori
351, Cross City, Florida. The names and
addresses of the personal representative 1
and the personal representative's attor-
ney are set forthbelow. 2.
All creditors of the decedent and other to the Am
persons having claims or demands 3.
against the decedent's estate, including sin
unmatured, contingent or unliquldated sion Minu
claims, on whom a copy of this notice is I
served must file their claims with this member 1.
All other creditors of the decedent and 4.
other persons having claims or demands Suwannei
against the decedent's estate, including Manager
unmatured, contingent or unliquidated 5.
claims, must file their claims with this
The date of first pUblidation of this Notice sional Sei
is December 2, 20(10.. 7.
Attomey for Personal-Representative: Coordinat

Deirdre A. Farrington, Attorney
Farrington Law Office
'Florida Bar No. 488690
68-B Fell Way
Crawfordville, Florida 32327-2173
Telephone: 850/926-2700
Fax: 850/926-2741 Personal Repre-.
Mary Finch
101. Graham Trail
Crawfordville, Florida 32327


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PFX 352-498-0420

Meeting- Dixie County
mission Meeting Room
er 2, 2010 10:00 AM

County Board of
commissioners will meet
lay, December 2,
00 AM in a regular
n the County Commis-
leeting Room, in the
inty Courthouse, Cross

Call to Order
invocation and Pledg
erican Flag
Approval of Commis
Regular Meeting of C
Organizational Meeti
ber 16, 2010
Workshop of Novem

Hoyt "Buddy" Lamb,
e Water and Sewer

Bruce Borders
RE: Thomas Corbin
vous Memorial High

North Florida Profes-
vices .
Ioe Ruth, Solid Was
or/ Mosq'iio Contro

8. ; Jerry Prater, Veteran
Service Officer ,

9. Rita Harris, 1Harris Ad
ministrative Services, Inc.






December's traditions
include holiday hunting

By Tony Young
There's finally a chill and a
certain festiveness in the air
as most of us try to take time
off from work to enjoy
spending quality time with
family and friends and re-
flect on the passing year.
Children will be out of
school on winter break soon,
and while the holiday season
is upon us, so are several tra-
ditional hunting opportuni-

The second phase of
waterfowl and coot season
comes in statewide Dec. 11
and runs through Jan. 30. In
addition to the usual hunting
license and permit require-
ments, duck hunters also
n-It 'horna l PInrio dn at+.

When hunting water-
fowl, hunters may use only
non-toxic shotgun shells. In
fact, it's illegal for hunters
even to possess lead shot
when waterfowl hunting.
Only iron (steel), bismuth-tin
and various tungsten-alloys
are permissible.

For something differ-
ent, try woodcock hunting.
Woodcock season runs Dec.
18-Jan. 16. Woodcocks are
excellent game birds because
they hold well for pointing
bird dogs and provide a chal-
lenging shot when flushed.
The daily bag limit is three.

The third phase of
mourning and white-winged
dove season opens Dec. 11
and runs through Jan. 9.
The daily bag limit is 15

usOL ,,ave a a, ,or waLer-
fowl permit ($5> and a federal From November on,
duck stamp ($15). shooting hours for all migra-
tory birds are one-half hour
The daily bag limit on ducks before sunrise to sunset. You
is six, but you need to know must get a no-cost migratory
your ducks before you pull. bird permit where you pur-
the trigger, because there are chase your hunting license
different daily limits for each before you hunt any of these
S species. For instance, within birds, though.
S the six-bird limit there may:
be only one black duck, one The only firearm you
S mottled duck, one fulvous can use.to hunt migratory
S whistling-duck and one can- game birdsis a shotgun, no
S vasback. larger than 10-gauge. Shot-


Big Bend Water Author

11. John Jenkins; Building
and Zoning
1 *1
12. Howard Reed, County
Road Superintendent.

.13. Cindy Bellot, Librarian

14. Tim Alexander,; Emer-
gency Services Director



Mike Cassidy, County
JeniferEllison, Count
Jennifer Ellison, County


17. Dana D. Johnson,
Clerk of Court


County Commission

19. Vouchers Approved

20. Adjourn

PLEASE BE ADVISED that if a person
decided to appeal any decision made by
the Board with respect to any matter con-
sidered at such meeting or hearings, he/
she will need a record of the proceedings,
and for such purpose, he/ she will need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the-pro-
ceedings 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 Thurs-
t day of each month at 10:00 AM
and the third Thursday of each
month at 6:00 PM. Individuals
that would like to be placed on
the agenda should call Dana D.
Johnson, Clerk of Court, by 4:00
PM on Friday Preceding the
Board meeting, at (352) 498-

nm i- I m m U m m m. I

I m Im m i Imm I I m I I I I I I mm I I m I I m i mm

Only two of your six-
bird limit may be pintais,
- redheads or scaup; and three
'may be wood ducks. And
'you may have no more than
four scoters and four mal-
lards (of which only two may
be female) in your bag. All
other species of ducks can be
taken up to the six-bird limit,
except harlequin ducks.

The daily limit on
coots is 15, and there's a five-
bird:limit on mergansers,
only two of which may be



guns must be plugged to a
three-shell capacity (maga-
zine and chamber combined).
Bows also are legal.

Retrievers and bird
dogs can be useful in hunt-
ing migratory game birds.
Artificial decoys, as well as
manual or mouth-operated
bird calls, also are legal and
essential gear for duck

You may hunt migra-
tory game birds over an agri-
cultural field, as long as the
crop's been planted by regu-
lar agricultural methods..

However, don't even think
about "sweetening" the field
by scattering agricultural
products over it or any-
where near it or you could
wind up in serious trouble.
It doesn't matter if you
aren't the one who scattered
the bait. If you knew or
should've known that such
bait was present, you're ac-
countable under federal law.

Some other things you
can't do while hunting mi-
gratory game birds include
using rifles, pistols, cross-
bows, traps, snares, nets,
sinkboxes, swivel guns, punt
guns, battery guns, machine
guns, fish hooks, poisons,
drugs, explosive substances,
live decoys and recorded bird
Calls, sounds or electrially
amplified bird-call imita-
tions. It is also.again t the
law to shoot from a moving
automobile or boat and herd
or drive birds with vehicles
or vessels.

Bobcat and otter himt-
Sing season is Dec. 1 -March
1, and there's no dailybag or
season limit on either'

Like foxes, bobcats
may be chased year-round
with dogs, but possessing
firearms during-the closed
season, between March 2 and
Nov.30, is prohibited. On a
few wildlife management ar-
eas, bobcats and otters may
not be taken, so please con-
sult the specific area
brochure before you hunt.

Whether upland bird
hunting with friends and
family, shooting ducks on the
pond with your favorite lab
or taking that big bobcat as
he,slips up behind an unsus-
pecting fawn, December has
the hunting opportunities .
you're looking for.

Color Se8 a and

Win a prile

ame: Age:

hone # or email:
Limit one prize per kid. Entries due at the Advocate by 12/20. Kids 2-10 only, please.
Mail entries to Dixie.County Advocate, PO Box 5030, Cross City, FL 32628.

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Because SaDt

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Making This Right

Economic Investment
Environmental Restoration
Health and Safety

"Now Gulf seafood is coming back on the menu, so come on down,
we're open for business."
Bryan Zar
Co-owner, Restaurant des Families
Crown Point, LA

I grew up-bussing tables at this restaurant. Last year, my wife,
Brooke, and.I bought it. We were working hard to build a
business, then the spill hit. BP said they would try to make
things right. But how was an energy company going to help
our restaurant? ...

Keeping Businesses Open
We figured they w6uld tell us to take a number and wait in line:
Instead' they asked us if we could serve food to the workers,
engineers, scientists, and local residents they had hired to
cleanup the spillIt kept us busy round the clock. And we
weren't the only ones. They hired a lot of local businesses and
kept a lot of people working. They have kept businesses up and
down the Gulf open and it's still making a difference.

Open for Business
BP asked us to share our story with you to keep you informed.
Our restaurant's open six days a week. Customers are filling our
restaurant again and we think it's a good time to come down to,
the Gulf Coast. And if we could make just one request, please .
think of us when planning your next vacation. We're still here
and while it's been tough, we are still cooking. And we are just
one of the hundreds of great places ready to welcome you when
you come down. So don't wait. We're looking forward to
seeing you.

For information visit: bp.com For assistance, please call:
restorethegulf.gov To report impacted wildlife: (866) 557-1401.
facebook.com/bpamerica To report oil on the shoreline: (866) 448-5816
twitter.com/bp_america To make spill-related claims: (800) 440-0858
youtube.com/bp floridagulfresponse.com

@ 2010 BP, E&P

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