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Whose side is the Red


Cross on?

. For openers, I think we should make a distinction between'
the American Red Cross and the. International Committee
of the Red Cross (ICRC), while keeping in mind that there
has to be some commonality in that they share similar
names and stated objectives.

-Theissue at the moment has to do with the ICRC, owing to
the disclosure that they are currently offering medical
training and.providing basic medital'supplies to'the'Tal-
iban insurgents in Afghanistan. A� far as I'm concerned, if
the ICRC is offering so much as a band-aid and an aspirin
to the Taliban, they're offering aid and comfort to the ene-
my This being the case, the American Red Cross needs to
let us know whose side they're on.

In previous wars, the Red Cross has played a significant
role in our military's behalf. When I was in the Army, we
were told that emergency leaves were granted at,the discre-
tion of the Red Cross. (At the time, you got an emergency
leave if your wife was having her first baby, but not if she'd
blessed you with prior offspring. Being single at the time, I
was not personally affected, however the policy seemed a
bit arbitrary) During World War II, a neighbor man died.
His son was in the Army, but he couldn't get an emergency
leave to come home for the funeral. Sure, there was a war
on, however the young man was stationed in the Aleutian
Islands, not in an overseas combat zone. However, the Red
Cross was still waiting in line every payday. You didn't have
to contribute, but shall we say, you were "expected to."

Same scenario a decade later when I hit the US Army pay
line. Fortunately, I never needed an emergency leave, but I
always resented the way the military cooperated with the
Red Cross to "put the arm" on the troops every payday.

I spent Christmas of 1954 on a troop ship, which wasn't bad
duty since I didn't have to do much of anything but eat and
sleep. We hit a typhoon in the Pacific, but I didn't get sea-
sick even though most Army personnel did. (Actually, I did
have what might be termed a "secondary" attack of seasick-
ness, but that's another story.) Other than that, I remember
the Red Cross providing each of us with a gift: a carton of'
Camels. Not the healthiest thing on my wish list, but being
a non-smoker I was able to sell the cigarettes to those
aboard who were hooked on the habit. I suppose you could
say it's the thought that counts.

Later on, the Red Cross sort of morphed into United Fund
(later renamed United Way) and I spent nearly ten years
working for a company that promoted UF's notion that our
"fair share" was an hour's pay a month, Of course, it was
"voluntary," as was management's option of keeping us on
the payroll. All right, it wasn't all that much (especially at
1960's wages), but the idea of being coerced into contribut-
ing to a charity was annoying nonetheless.

While I realize that the Red Cross, before and since the
United Way affiliation, does a lot of' good, and I could sup-
port that despite the not-too-gentle persuasion used in its
fund-raising,. However the idea that this organization
and/or some affiliate thereof is helping Taliban terrorists
who are engaged in combat against American military per-
sonnel sends a pretty clear message--and I'm not buying the
canard that the ICRC "doesn't choose sides" in military
conflicts. The United States and its allies are well equipped
to handle combat zone medical situations. The Taliban is
an outlaw organization of Islamic extremists who'have no
status .under international law (for whatever that's worth).
The ICRC might as well be helping the Somali pirates or the
home-grown Islamic terrorists in this country

Unless and until the American Red Cross formally con-
demns the ICRC for its willingness to aid our enemies, and
publicly disassociates itself from the international organi-
zation, they deserve no support whatsoever from any Amer-
ican citizen and certainly no status with our military


Kathy McKinney


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When Something's Wrong
* in your neighborhood,
who ya gonna call?
Headbusters!

While you might expect, no,
make that take for granted,
the thuggish display put on
by the 500 strong SEIU Goon
Squad who showed up re-
cently at the home of a Bank
of America senior attorney
to terrorize his teenage son,
shouldn't we at least expect
the police to obey and en-
force the law? ..

I've got two questions for the
Goon Squad and their pro-
tectors in Blue. The first is:
Who do you think you are?
The second is: Who do you
think you're fooling?

Let's start with the&D.C. Po-
lice who provided the escort
for the 14 bus loads of SEIU
Goons beyond the limits of
their jurisdiction. Is it possi-
ble to escort someone if you
don't know where they are
going? I don't think so! Are
we supposed to believe the
Police don't know the bound-
aries of Washington D.C.? Do
you supposed to believe that
when the patrolmen reached
the city limits they just con-
tinued on because they did-
n't know what to do next?
Does anyone to believe they
acted on their own? No!
Someone in authority gave
the DC patrolmen, who were
present at the demonstra-
tion, an order to escort the
Union protesters outside D.C.
city limits and their jurisdic-
tion,; or else the DC Police de-
partment has a rogue unit
who act not on orders from
their superiors but instead
do the bidding of the SEIU.
Either way it's a problem,
and someone needs to get to
the truth.

Their actions were wrong,
and we need to know who is
responsible. What if you find
yourself in Montgomery
County and have an Emer-
gency don't you want to
know who to call? Do you
call the local police, the D.C.
police or should you call the
guys who are really giving
the orders the SEIU?

The DC police cover story,
that's right they are
backpedaling at light speed


.-- - --" --s

trying to deny any part in
this outrageous behavior, are
not putting forth a convinc-.
ing argument. In an inter-
view yesterday a spokesper-
son for the D.C. Police said
they escorted the SEIU pro-
testers only to the city limits,'
which they noted were only
several blocks from the exec-
utives' home and called the
MCPD to meet them there in
order to give them the
"heads up" about the protest.
A Captain from the MCPD
says that after meeting with
the DC Police at the city line
they then responded to the
incident' at the home but did
not witness anyone trespass-
ing or disturbing the peace
as the crowd was already dis-
persing. The Police officer's
story doesn't add up! Is it
possible that 500 union in-
timidation specialists filed
out of 14 busses, marched
several blocks, held their,
protest rally and did it in
such short order that by the
time the MCPD had complet-
ed their own journey of sev-
eral blocks with their lights
flashing and sirens blaring
the rally was over and the
peaceful union thugs were
heading back to the Union
Hall for some milk and cook-
ies? Well no, not really, not
according to the MCPD's
own 911 tapes which say that
the DC police were on the
scene and were in fact speak-
ing with the person who had


here's an old story in my family that once,
gj,~ ''- when on a road trip across country, they
stopped at the Grand Canyon at one of those
"scenic overlook" places. Whoever it was....my
grandmother, maybe...refused to get out of the car. She said,
"If you've seen one hole, you've seen 'em all."

I don't think Granny would have said that about the oil-
pumping hole that is threatening the Gulf Coast these days.
She loved seafood and I remember when she used to get out
her little hatchet and knife to fix us
some swamp cabbage and grits to go
with our fish. I wonder if inmy kids will
even have fish from the Gulf when.
they grow up, and that scares me. .

I'm sure it scares all of you, too, espe-
cially those of you who depend on the
fish and the oysters and the scallops
and the invading hordes of Georgia
people who spend small fortunes chas-
ing them to make your mortgage and
boat payments. I just don't know what '
we're going to do. If I think about it J
too much, I start to get anxious, so I
try not to think about it. There's no
point in freaking out over something
you can't control, right?

Thousands and thousands of gallons
of black, oily poison are gushing into s VN MLi
our primary economic asset every day. , .
That's enough to make anyone panic. ~I H .
It's a disaster of historic magnitude,
even for those who don't live on the
coast like we do. Sure, we've had oil spills before. We sur-
vived.

I remember when I was a kid back in the Paleozoic age, a
trip to Daytona Beach meant sun, sand, and scraping .the in-
evitable sticky tar off of your hot, sandy feet before being
dragged back into the Hawaiian Inn for the mandatory after-
noon nap. (It took me years to figure but that the nap wasn't
intended for my benefit, but so that my parents could grab
some rest...about the time I started making MY kids go in
for a nap, I think. Funny how that works.) The tar was
everywhere back then, but I don't remember it hurting us or
even anyone giving it much through. Not so much, now.
Now even die-hardliberals like Louisiana native James
Carville are passionately blasting the President about his
"cool as a cucumber," hands-off approach to the Attack of


made the 911 call and was
still on the line with the op-
erator. Talk about not getting
your story straight.

If any other organization,
like maybe the Tea Party,
had tried to dump 500 pro-
testers in a suburban neigh-
borhood, the MCPD would
have been there in advance
asking to see their permit
and when they couldn't pro-
duce what they didn't have
they would have sent them,
back to where they came
from. Why the special treat-
ment for SEIU? Why don't
the laws apply to -them?
Thankfully no one was sent
to the hospital as a result of
this rally. It's not always the
case when these goons show
up in public; for some reason
beatings seem to break out.
Ask Kenneth Gladney, or Ken
Hamidi or Dianne Feeley if'
you don't believe me.

It's not like this was a spon-
taneous gathering of folks in
the neighborhood, the Union
knew well in advance that
there would be a protest that
day as one SEIU protester
had bragged about flying in
from California to join the
merry band of Social Justice
Merchants for the day's fes-
tivities. He told his personal
story of woe about how he
lost his job and his house is
in foreclosure. What was his
purpose for being there?


What was the Union's real
purpose for being 'there?
What did he expect the gen-
eral counsel of Bank of
America would do for him?
The last time I checked the
bank was not unionized, so
this slug wasn't there for a
job and he couldn't possibly
have been there for another.
loan, as his foreclosure sta-
tus provides all the evidence
one needs to determine he is
a deadbeat when it comes to
honoring his debts, and be-
sides everyone knows the
loan dept isn't open on Satur-
days.

These modern-day shake-
down artists seemed to have
taken a page from Willie Sut-
ton, a notorious bank robber
from the thirties who is quot-
ed as having said, "You can't
rob a bank on charm and
personality," as there was
certainly none of that on dis-
play that day. What we saw
was arrogance and the ulti-
mate in chutzpah. The SEIU
went to intimidate a bank of-
ficial from a bank that holds
millions of dollars of the
Union's outstanding debt and
they brought their own po-
lice escorts. That's extremely
rich, don't you think?

Dave Cribbin, President of
Tailwind Capital, is a Liberty
Features Syndicated writer


Page 2


Where's Steve McQueen when you need him?


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The Oil Blob. Sure, Obama went down to Louisiana to check
out the damage--a month later--and hundreds of temp work-
ers were hired to "clean up" before he, and the news crew
cameras, got there. He stayed all of three whole hours before
he jetted off on his Memorial Day "vacay" to Chicago. Be-
cause laying the wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown on
Memorial Day is just so boring when you're The One, don't
you know. I can't help but wonder if Obama will show up to
anything to honor anyone other than himself.

The only real action he took was to stop all offshore drilling
and exploration for six months. Gee,,that's a big help. De-
pression-era unemployment levels, ris-
ing gas prices, and you answer a disas-
ter with the immediate layoffs of 30,000
oil workers. Way to go, Skippy.

It's enough to make me pine for the
good old days when we had a President
who knew instinctively how to deal
with a disaster--a man with red blood
p 9in his veins instead of ice-cold Evian
bottled water. A man who grabbed a
bullhorn and jumped up on a pile of
rubble to threaten vengeance. No niat-
ter what you thought about Bush as
President, you had to love him right
then.

That's what we want, Mr. President.
That's what James Carville was trying
so desperately to tell you when he
i, 1, '� wJA pleaded for you to do something, any-
thing, to show some sort of leadership,
WA. .'J, .*-ill to at least show up when he said,
____________ "We're dying down here." The least
, you could do is blow off your little va-
cation and bring your wife and kids to the coast to clean off
some birds or something. We're grown-ups. We know that
the government can't fix this problem; BP has to do that.
But at least you could pretend that you care that filling that
gusher with old tires and golf balls probably isn't going to
work, and that nothing short of a small strategic nuclear
bomb is going to save our coastal food chain.

We know there's only one thing large enough and massive
enough to plug that gigantic, gaping hole, 5,000 feet below
the surface....your.ego. So get back to Louisiana, go out on
the water and throw it overboard. Show the people of the
Gulf Coast that you can put yourself, your agenda, and your
royal entertainments aside and be more than just arrogance
wearing an expensive suit. 'Cause we're dying down here.


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Outdoors & Law


June 2010

This Memorial weekend
was a great time to step out-
side, look upward and give
thinks to all of our forefa-
thers who have provided us
with the freedoms we have
today. Focusing on the posi-
tive like LIFE, LIBERTY
and the pursuit of HAPPI-
NESS seems to be difficult
these days with all that is
happening around the
globe. However, cheer up, be
thankful for the time you
have had and seize the day
as you remember those who
are in harms way this very
minute defending our free-
doms.

Here is a simple prescrip-
tion for the summer time
blues as well as a few other
ailments common to man:
Start off with one quart of
"sky juice" and two cups of
your favorite fruit. Combine
the fragrance of one jas-
mine or gardenia with the
sight of a swallow tailed
butterfly, a cluster of "Mr.
Lincoln" roses in bloom and
one soaring Golden Eagle.
Mix all of the above with
lots of TLC and sit down
with friends and family to
take it all in. Then digest
this remedy with a slow
walk in your garden think-
ing of all the things you
have to be thankful for!

rIve known people who have
followed this prescription
and they say their gardens
now produce sweeter fruit,
more fragrant flowers, at-
tract more songbirds and
butterflies than they ever
noticed before. Catitionary
possible side affects include:
a severe case of the SMILES
with prolonged daily
dosages: will make a posi-
tive change in attitudes.
may be habit forming or ad-
dictive. can become highly
contagious (even through
an exchange of words and
no physical contact). As of ,
today, this treatment is
thankfully still not regulat-
ed by the FDA.
Now for a touch of local fla-
vor. Watermelons, can-


telopes and squash are hav-
ing a great break-out year.
Daylilies, gardenias and
-roses are loving life these
days. Crepe myrtles are
starting to show off their
true colors (mostly the
whites and lavenders with
the deep reds soon to fol-
low). This is your last
chance to trim your azaleas
without losing next season's
blooms. And just in case
you haven't noticed, lawn
mower blades are selling
like hot cakes!

A few people have talked to
me about fungus problems.
One precaution'you can
take is to only water either
late in the morning or early
afternoon, this allows your
plants to dry off before the
sun goes down. Also, water-
ing at the base of your
plants instead of directly
spraying on the leaves will
help avoid fungus from
starting on the leaves and
branches. ,

In closing, I would like to
pass on a general word of
advice to our faithful read-
ers concerning plant pur-
chases. This is a good time
of year to find bargains.
However, this week I visited
a local roadside vendor (out
of addiction and curiosity I
suppose) to check out their
selection. I discovered quite
a few perennials that were
not from our growing zone.
I also found citrus trees for
a good price that were grow-
ing from below the graft. In
both cases, I wanted to
make a sign saying BUYER -
BEWARE right there on the
spot! Those young citrus
trees will likely never pro-
duce edible fruit and the
perennials will be toast this
winter. Local professional
nursery people grow their
plants for a living and de-
- pend upon the success of
their product to survive. It
is not just to sell a pretty
flower and take your money
May God bless as you share
your knowledge and the
bounty from YOUR garden
with others.

Sincerely, Art Wyckoff


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5/24/2010, LOONEY, KJELLA
RENEE, 22, DIXON, VOP
GRAND THEFT
5/24/2010, JOHNSTON,
DUSTIN MITCHELL, 23,
DOWNING, POSS OF DRUG
PARA, DRIVING W/O LI-
CENSE
5/24/2010, DAVIS, GREGORY
SCOTT, 36, CLARK, TRESPASS
5/24/2010, CANNON,
WILLIAM DARRELL,
MATTHIS, DISORDERLY
CONDUCT, REST W/O VIOL
5/24/2010, POTTER, KURTIS
G, 25, SULLIVAN, VOP SALT
OF CONTEST
5/25/2010, SEARS, GARRICK
BRADLEY, 19, TUMLIN, VOP
CT 1 & 2 BURG OF DWELLING
5/25/2010, NAPER, DESTINE
KATHLBENA, 19, DOWNING,
VIOLATION OF INJUNCTION
5/25/2010, WRIGHT,
ISACLIDE, 32, TUMLIN, VOP
AGG ASSAULT
5/25/2010, NEMETH, RANDY
LOUIS, 32, GCSO, HOLD FOR
GCSO
5/26/2010, GARRETSON,
MICHAEL EUGENE, 20,
GCSO, HOLD FOR GCSO


5/26/2010, FIELDS, BILL


BRANDON, 20, MALLORY, AT-
TACHING TAG NOT AS-
SIGNED
5/26/2010, THOMAS, SHAWN
CHRISTOPHER, 36, MATHIS,
TRESPASS AFTER WARNING,
RESIST W/O VIOLENCE
5/26/2010, POWERS, RICHARD
GLENN, 25, MANDOLA, VOP
FS
5/27/2010, COLSON, KELLY
MICHELLE, 25, SULLIVAN,
VOP UTTER FORGED INST
5/27/2010, BENNETT, JESSE
CARL, 43, BRADLEY, BAT-
TERY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE,
5/27/2010, BURNETT, NOR-
MAN ASHLEY, 32, SIMMONS,
BURGLARY, GRAND THEFT,
BURGLARY/ VER, FLEE &
ELUDE, CRIMINAL MIS-
CHIEFBURGLARY OF A CON-
VEYANCE, 5 CTS THEFT
5/29/2010, CLEMONS, JODY
SHANE, 36, JUDGE KOBER-
LIN, SENTENCED TO 9 DAYS
AT 6 DAYS A MONTH
5/29/2010, JOHNSON,
RONALD CLINTON, 32,
HUGHES, DRIVE W/ EX-
PIRED LIC FOR MORE
5/29/2010, GOODSON, DALE
LEBRAY, 52, SIMMONS, DO-
MESTIC


Sharp as a tack:

Mayo man charged

with criminal


mischief--on the

wrong car


Antonio Maxwell Jones, 23,
pf Mayo was charged with
criminal mischief on
Thursday after he purpose-
ly threw roofing tacks un-
der the patrol car of a
Florida Highway Patrol of-
ficer who had written him
a seatbelt ticket.

Jones was stopped on CR
251A in Mayo around 9:30
in the morning and was is-
sued a citation for failure
to wear a seat belt. A half-
hour later, two Florida
troopers were on a routine
traffic stop at the Family
Dollar Store in Mayo,
where Jones told the clerks
that "He was going to take
care of those people that
give him the seatbelt tick-
et." He pulled a roofing tack
from his shoe and showed
the clerk.

He then threw the tacks on
the ground around the two
FHP cars that were on the
traffic stop. When the
stopped vehicle was re-
leased and drove off, all
four tires of it's were punc-
tured, resulting in $850 in
damage. Neither of the
FHP cars was damaged at
-all.

Jones was stopped and ar-
rested for criminal mis-
chief. There is not a Florida
Statute against being crimi-
nally stupid on the books at
this time.


ract/l ters

by Bonnie Wilson

Our trail ride this week
takes us to Goethe Forest at
the Tidewater trailhead.
With all the hype about af-
ternoon thunder boomers
we agreed to ride sharply at
9:30 am. and have an early
lunch and be home before
the afternoon thunder
storms appear.

We had a great group today
and everyone was looking
grand upon their beautiful
horses. Our morning start-
ed off great and the weather
was cooperating. However
there were a few bother-
some, stinging, yellow flies
that a few of us got stung by.
Lucky us!

Goethe is a
very beauti-
ful place to
ride with
it's trails
winding for
about 100
miles through three
tracts of nearly 50,000
acre state forest. Most-
ly pine plantations
here and old growth
long leaf pine forest
but the trails are
marked well and I have no
problem following the trail.
Of course I have trouble
finding my way out df a pa-
per bag.

Coby, my sweet brown-eyed
boy is quite anxious to get
started on .the trail. He
whinnies to his brother Zip
and fellow horse friends
that he is ready to go. Dave,
Zip and Coby and I head
out to the front of the trail
and it's no small surprise
that we are leading the
group.

It makes me giggle to see
Coby in his small stature of
'14.2 hands lead off such an
impressive group of horse
buddies who are a bit larger
than he. The other horses
seem to like him and offer
no unkindness as we ride
side by side.

Around a corner of the trail
we find a large flat, wide
soft shell turtle. Coby wants
to stop to sniff him but I en-
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courage him to move on.
Guess he had to see for him-
self what that creature was,
The turtle did not move and
I had an "oh my gosh" feel-
ing that if the turtle bit him
on the nose I might be off to
the races or worse yet, pos-
sibly on the ground. Whew!
Glad that was over. Zip and
Dave did well as Zip just ig-
nored the turtle and stepped
over him like he was just a
log in his way. But I'm
pleased with Coby, he did
well and he obeyed my com-
mand.

I have learned that when
Coby is unsure of some-
thing in his path he will
plant all four feet and stop.
Trust me, this is a good
thing. Some horses will bolt
and run or at least try to. I
feel safe with Coby and as
we ride together we learn
from each other on
each new trail.
Each week
that we have
ridden to-
gether it has
been a differ-
ent place and
he has to pay
close attention
to what he is
seeing and doing.
I have ridden in
all of these places for many
years and now I am sharing
those places with Coby for
the first time.

I find this is remarkable. I
love sharing all these places
with him and seeing himn re-
spond so well to my cues.

Back at the trailhead we all
take care of our horses
needs first before we gather
together at the picnic table
to share our adventure. We
did manage to beat the rain,
which came down later in
the afternoon well after our
ride was over. It was a great
ride with great friends. I
can think of no other thing
I'd rather do than get on my
horse and ride!

If you enjoy riding too,
check us out at www.fla-
horse.com/lchc or
levy2@flahorse.com. Until
next time, happy trails to
you!


the Gulf is 16 inches total
length.

The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Com-
mission is increasing its ef-
forts to collect and analyze
information on the number
of red snapper caught in
the Gulf during the open
season. By surveying fish-
ing activity on a weekly ba-
sis, fisheries managers will
have the information they
need to possibly adjust or
extend the Gulf red snapper
sport fishing season, if it is
warranted.

For more information about
red snapper management
and regulations, go to
MyFWC.com/Fishing.


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4 Fr 802am 2.8 750pm 2.6 134am 0.8 214pm 1.4 633am
6 Se 849am 2.9 914pm 2.5 223am 1.1 .327pm 1.2 633m
a Su 937am 3.0 1038pm 2.5 318am 1.3 439pm 0.9 633am
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6 Tu 1109am 3.3 519am 1.6 638pm 0.2 633am
9 We 1255am 2.7 1152am 3.5 614am 1.7 726pm -0.1 632am
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11 Fr 238am 2.9 116pm 3.8 750am 1.8 855pm -0.6 632ia
12 SA 324am 2.9 158pm . 4.0 834am 1.8 939pm -0.7 633am
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14 Mo 448am 2.9 330pm 4.0 1005am 1.6 1106pm -0.5 633am
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16 We 607m 3.0 516pm 3.6 1146am 1.4 633am
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ATV trails open

at Mallory

Swamp,

- With summer almost here,
families looking for outdoor
recreational opportunities
may want to head to Mallo-
ry Swamp for some great
all-terrain vehicle (ATV)
riding.

About 35 miles of trails are
open for ATV riding from
late April to late September
at the Mallory Swamp tract,
owned by the Suwannee
River Water Management
District. The tract is located
in southeastern Lafayette
County

"ATV riding at Mallory
Swamp offers summer fun
for families," said Edwin
McCook, District land man-
agement specialist. "Howev-
er, we strongly caution all
riders to practice safety and
be aware of all regulations
for the area.

Riders 16 years of age or
younger must be accompa-
nied by a parent or legal
guardian.

All persons operating an
ATV are required to review
and sign-a daily special use
authorization (SUA) and
have that document in their


Gulf red snapper
recreational harvest
season set to reopen

The recreational harvest
season for red snapper in
Gulf of Mexico waters off
Florida reopens on June 1.
The harvest season is sched-
uled to remain open until
July 24 this year.

Anglers may take two red -
snapper daily from Gulf wa-
ters during the open season;
however, the captain and
crew of for-hire vessels in
the Gulf may not keep the
recreational bag limit. The
minimum-size limit for
recreational red snapper in


possession while'Tiding at
Mallory Swamp. An SUA is
available at the ATV park-
ing area at the information
kiosk.

All riders are expected to
follow the rules and regula-
tions outlined in the SUA.

To access the tract from
Mayo, travel south on SR 51
to CR 360 and turn left.
Travel 11 miles southeast on
CR 360. The pavement ends
and the road becomes dirt
(Crapps Tower Road). Con-
tinue 4 miles to the en-
trance into Mallory Swamp.
Follow the signs to the trail.

Other recreational activi-
ties at Mallory Swamp in-
clude wildlife viewing, fish-
ing, hunting, bicycling, hik-
ing and horseback riding on
administrative roads.

The District- acquires and
manages lands for flood
control, water quality pro-
tection and natural re-
source conservation. Dis-
trict lands are open year-
round for public use.

More information about
Mallory Swamp is available
at
www.mysuwanneeriver.com
. Click on the "Recreation"
button, "Best Recreational
Opportunities" link and
"Mallory Swamp."


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School & Sports


NEVER GIVE UP!

Mixed Martial Art is Nothiig
New

I have recently been asked to
develop a class on Mixed
Martial Arts. Many High
School teens especially want
to learn Grappling. The
classes start this week. I want it
very clear, along with the tech-
niques; they will learn Respect,
Teamwork, Control, and Self
Discipline. They will use what
they learn to gain confidence
and it will be used only for self
defense and competitions. This
is not for the bloody, violent,
movie type of cage fighting and
street brawling.
The UFC started the craze years
ago but Mixed Martial Arts has
been around for thousands of
years. Tang Soo Do, the style I
hold a 4th Degree Black Belt
and the style I teach, has always
been a Mixed Martial Art.
* Characteristics of Tang Soo Do
Tang Soo Do is really a Korean
form of karate. It is a striking
style of martial arts in that
practitioners utilize hand
strikes, kicks, and blocks to de-
fend themselves. In addition,
Jiu Jitsu (Grappling) or Aikido
style wrist grabs are also prac-
ticed. Tang Soo Do emphasizes
breathing in its forms and prac-
tice, no contact or light contact
sparring, and the building of
character within its partici-
pants. It is not enough for a
Tang Soo Do practitioner to
learn the various physical
moves within the art; they must
demonstrate respect for people.


Tang Soo Do is also known for
its kicking artistry.
The Styles That Contributed to
Tang Soo Do
Okinawan karate styles includ-
ing Shotokan, Japanese Karate,
Hapkido, and Chinese martial
arts styles like Tai Chi; Kung
Fu, the circular techniques of
Aikido, and even Grappling
techniques from Brazilian Jiu
Jitsu, are all styles that make
up Tang Soo Do.
Basic Goals of Tang Soo Do
From a physical perspective, the
Tang Soo Do practitioner would
seek to stop an attacker with
strikes as quickly as possible to
prevent harm. That said, the
philosophy behind Tang Soo Do
is, like many other martial arts
styles, one of peaceful confi-
dence.

Famous Tang Soo Do Practition-
ers

Billy Blanks: Blanks is
the man behind the famous Tae
Bo series of videos, which are
some of the most well-known
cardio kickboxing products on
the market. He started his mar-
tlal arts training with Tang Soo
Do.


B@g MANS �SF �2@@@B

Attention DCHS Class of 2000...the time has come. to re-
unite and celebrate our 10 year HS reunion. Please mark
your calendars for the weekend of July 30th & 31st. We'll
start off our reunion.with a BBQ dinner and dance at the
Trail Riders Club on Friday, July 30th at 7 pm. The follow-
ing day we will gather again at the TRC with our families
and enjoy lots of outdoor activities and water games in-
cluding a double lane water slide for the kids.
The cost is $30 per person or $50 per couple plus $10 if you
are planning to attend family day and.it is due by July 1st.
You can make your checks or money orders payable to
DCHS Class of 2000 and mail them to Lee Gainey Newman
at PO Box 173 Salem, FL 32356. Please email me at new-
man3.2356@yahoo.com or call me at 850-584-8601 if you have
any questions.

Keep watching for updates and new info regarding the re-
union. Hope to see you all there...it has been a while so we
have lots of catching up to do!!!!


2010 THIRD GRADE FCAT SCORES

Dixie District Schools received the third grade
FCAT scores recently Initial reactions are ex-
tremely positive as we have seen improvement or
high performance maintenance from past years.
The following reflect the percentage of students
scoring level 3 or above(proficiency):


School


READING
2010


Hwang Kee: Kee was
the founder of the Moo Duk
Kwan Soo Bahk Do (Tang Soo
Do) organization. Most Tang
Soo Do schools trace their lin-
eage to him.
* Chuck Norris: Norris,
one of the most famous martial'
arts movie actors of all-time, be-
gan training in Tang Soo Do af-
ter joining the Air Force as an
Air Policeman in 1958.
Comments or questions? Email
me. I would love to get some
feedback on my articles.
karatemanlarrytaylor@gmail.co
m
Martial Arts Credentials: Larry
Taylor is a certified Fourth De-
gree Master Instructor of Tang
Soo Do, an eight time Tang Soo
Do Champion, and is a judge at
the Police Athletic League tour-
naments in Jacksonville, Fl. His
students have won over 30 South
Eastern Championships.
Teaching Credentials: He teaches
5th Grade Science at Anderson
Elemewntar School, is certified in
Educational Leadership, has a
AIasters Degree in Elementary
Education, and has National
Board Certification in Elemen-
tary Education. This year he was
voted Dixie County's "Teacher of
the Year"


Attention

Class of

2011

Parents Auxiliary

There will be a very impor-
tant meeting on Tuesday,
June 8, 2010 at 6:00 pm at the
DCHS Library. This meeting
is for PARENTS ONLY
We will be discussing future
plans for all upcoming senior
class events for.neXt year. We
will also be discussing plans
for the Senior trip and ac-
cepting ideas for fundraisers.

It is very important that ALL
parents attend this meeting.


MATH
2009 2010


Oi Town 75 75. 85


Andason 64


We are extremely proud of our 3rd grade stu-
dents and their teachers.


"Graduation day is tough for adults. They go to the
ceremony as parents.
They come home as contemporaries. After twenty-
two years of child-raising, they are unemployed."

Erma Bombeck


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A Heartfelt "Thank you"
from the Suwannee
River Fair Board

The Suwannee River Fair
Board of Directors would
like to express their thanks
for all the help and support
shown at the 2010 event held
in April. The directors want
to thank all of the show su-
perintendents, workers, ad-
visors, parents and ex-
hibitors that helped with the
fair this year. We had one of
the smoothest running
shows that we have ever had
because everyone pitched in
to work together for the
good of the kids. A lot of
work goes into putting the
fair together and there is a
tremendous amount of sup-
port in preparing and con-
ducting the fair. Some busi-
nesses chose to donate in
kind services to the fair and
,for this we are appreciative
in helping to cut operating ,
costs. Many others bought


advertising support in the
fair book while some spon-
sored the shows directly.
Due to the challenging econ-
omy some families chose not
to have fair animals this
year.which resulted in a de-
crease in exhibitors com-
pared to previous years.
However even a bad econo-
my did not deter the buyers
from coming out on sale day
and supporting the kids.
The directors want to extend
a special THANK YOU to the
buyers this year. Over the
years you have always been
there for the kids, regardless
of inclement weather, un-
comfortable seating, and a,
loud environment. You al-
ways give great support to
the kids in our community.
Sales totaled $581,694.93 for
this year despite having few-
er animals to sell. That says
volumes about the commu-
nity we live in and the inter-
est you take in the fair ex-
�hibitors. The board of direc-
tors and families of Levy,
Dixie, and Gilchrist Coun-


ties are fortunate to have
your support and are indebt-
ed to your continued finan-
cial contributions and help
during the 2010 fair and
youth livestock show. The
event would not happen
without the support of so
many

Suwannee River Fair
& Livestock Assoc.
Board of Directors:
Loran Brookins, Levy,
President
Brad Etheridge, Levy,
Vice President
Hugh Thomas, Gilchrist,
Secretary/Treasurer
Gary Pinner, Dixie
Gene Faircloth, Dixie
Tim Alexander, Dixie
Troy Johnson, Dixie
Julie Thomas, Gilchrist
Jerry Wright, Gilchrist
Randy Roberts, Gilchrist
Mickey Beauchamp, Levy
Frank Dola, Levy
Earl Jones, Director at
Large


7kank You!


The Dixie County Bears Baseball team would like to send a special Thank You to two very
special sponsors for their generous contribution towards the Baseball Program. The two
businesses who made the contribution were WC Mills Logging and Plantation Propane.
They went way beyond the $75 sponsorship and donated $ 500 each. The money is being
used to provide a new batting cage for the program.

Thanks again for your contribution to our youth programs of Dixie County It's people like
you who are making a difference in our community Anyone interested in sponsoring -the
program may call 352-210-3622.


Mixed Mara@ Arts



SELF DEFENSE


Li'


SUMMER PROGRAM
June -August

Learn Stand-up Mixed Martial Arts and GrapplingIJujltsu Self Defense

Learn Y5 techniques in a controlld, safeenvlronment

L Learn Sk.ls You Will Carry With You The Rest of Your Life


Classes Are Fun Which Keeps You interested,
Which Keeps You Coming Back, Which Gets Results


No mifos No Bets o Tesin You Do Not Have To Comn ete Unless inteested

First Class FREE

Training every Monday and Thursday 4.00pm - 4:30pm

We must have a minimum of 10 students to start and maintain the class!
Get Your Friends To Join Wth You!

Located at Larry Taylors School of Self Defense
Two blocks behind the Dixie County Courthouse, Look for the big Karate Sign
Next to the City Park
For more information call 498-0048



Dvayne 'Top" RoHison
'?t Owner - Operator


ugmaster Pest Control,inc.


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


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


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Good Juck-in Middle and High School
We love you,
Mommy,.-Bear, Casey, Austin, Justin,
Raven, Maggie and Mimi too!
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Tonya Berta Long Overstreet graduated
from the Lake City Community College
Licensed Practical Nursing Program on
April 30, 2010. Tonya is the daughter of
Tammie Barber and Vernon Long, Sr. and
Louis & Judy Overstreet, Grandaughter of
Martin & Bernice Barber and the late
Wilbur & Bertie Long.
We are all so proud of you, and will be
cheering you on as you begin your nurs-
ing career and continue your education in
the R.N. program.
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The grateful people of Dixie County want to express.
their appreciation for the outstanding selfless help that
Dale, and Dale's family and friends put out for the com-
munity at Flying Hawk during these times of hardship
(recession).
All of mankind should bare their true hearts, reach out
to the needy, and give a glimmer of hope that things (life)
will become easier with a little care.
Thank you, Dale.
Your friends in Dixie


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Ocean Pond Mud Bogs

Carry on, despite lack of camping


Photo: Jerry Prater


Memorial Day Weekend is the biggest weekend of the y
for Ocean Pond Mud Bogging. There was a damper on t
year's festivities due to the inability to obtain permits i
camping, but that didn't stop mud boggers from all ove
from showing up to play. Mud bogging is a big tourism
draw for the county and benefits the small convenience
stores and hotels during the event.

Statement by
GOVERNOR CHARLIE CRIST
Regarding the Start of the Atlantic Hurricane Sea

www.FloridaDisasterorg

"As we nark the beginning of the 2010 Atlantic hurrica
season today, Florida's emergency managers and first r
spenders are prepared to take action should a storm m
its way to our shores. Just as they have taken time to p]
and prepare, so should Florida families and businesses

"I urge every Floridian to put together a plan and a dis
kit with food, water and medications. Experts are forec
ing an active season, and it is essential that the people
Florida take steps now to prepare, before a storm strik
While we pray for a quiet hurricane season, there is al
a very real possibility a storm will come our way, and
preparation is the key to survival."


WORLD WAR II VETERANS CLU





A. . , '


WWII vets John Howell and Harry Simmons. These men paid dearly for our
freedoms. John photographed historic action of WWII. Harry parachuted
into enemy territory when his plane was damaged and was a German
POW for 17 months, from 1/11/1944 to 6/6/1945, D-Day.


All World War II veterans are
invited to attend our next
regular meeting on Thurs-
day, June 10th at the Light-
house Restaurant in Fanning
Springs at 11:30 am. This will
be our last meeting until Sep-
tember as many of you travel


during the summer months.
Nlew members are welcome.
Bring a friend, your spouse,
or a fellow veteran and join
the camaraderie. If you have
any questions call Billie
Cooper 352-493-9368.


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8:30 a.m to 5 pm.

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Elizabeth Schlaupitz
Joins Dixie Music
Center Faculty

Elizabeth A. Schlaupitz has
joined the teaching staff at
Dixie
Music
Center's
School of
Music.
She will
S.are.. be offer-
ing pi-
ano, key-
board
and vocal
instruc-
tion at
the store "
begin-
rear ning
this June 4,
for 2010. She
r hopes to
inspire
students to find enjoyment
in, and through the skill of,
playing an instrument or
singing. According to Dixie
Music Center's music school
director, Dotti Leiclner, "We
ason are very excited about Eliza-
beth joining our staff as pi-
ano instructor. She is very.,
qualified, extremely likable,
ane and the fact that we can now
re- offer vocal instruction is
ake just another plus."
lan
3. Elizabeth has been study-
ing music for. over twenty
faster years. She has been playing
;ast- . the piano and singing dur-
of-, ing this time in both high
es. school and college. In addi-
ways tion.to piano-she-also- played -
tenor and baritone saxo-
phones during middle and
senior high ,schools.

|B Calvin College in Grand
Rapids, MI is whereEliza-
- y, beth studied from 1998
d , through 2002. She took class-
es in music history, theory,
and has taken practical
studies in piano and voice.
Through music method


Graaid Opening,

Celebration at our

new home
Suwannee River Eagles
Aerie 4520
27844 SE Hwy 19
Old Town

JUNE 5

4:00 PM Color Guard
ceremony by VFW..-
BBQ Chicken,
full bar service
6pm til ? Karaoke by .
The CONNOLYS



TRINAI S

. BACKIOOR





NEW


HOURS


Tues-Weds 4-11
Thursday 12-9
Friday-Sat 12-11pm




STEAK


HOAGIES


ITALIANS

CUBANS


GooD Fooip

498-8003

Want a good Hoagie,
Come see Trina


classes she has learned the
basics of playing various in-
struments including flute,
violin, cello, trumpet and
trombone. Elizabeth gradu-
ated from Calvin College in
December 2002 with a Bach-
elor of Arts degree in mu-
sic.
Five
years ago
Elizabeth
moved to
High.
Springs,
where she
currently
resides. In
addition to
teaching
music she
also plays
piano at the
First Bap-
tist Church
in High
Springs for
Sunday services, as well as
accompaniment for several
choir practices.

To schedule piano or
voice instruction with Eliza-
beth contact.Dixie Music
Center at (352)542-3001.


Post 383 hosts end of


season party


American Legion Post 383, Old Town, was the proud spon-
sor of the Orioles Minor Boys Baseball Team this past sea-
son. The team was honored with an "end of the season"
party at the Legion on May 27th.

Hot dogs and hamburgers were served by Mr. and Mrs.'
Tank Lee, Joe Sepe, Dave Desbin and the coach. The boys
and their parents had a great time and the Legion was hap-
py to have been represented by them this year.


2009 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report for the Suwannee Water & Sewer District
We're pleased to present to you this year's Annual Water Quality Report. This report is designed to inform you about the quality water and services
we deliver to you every day. Our constant goal is to provide you with a safe and dependable supply of drinking water. We want you to understand
the efforts we make to continually improve the water treatment process and protect our water resources. We are committed to ensuring the quality
of your water. Our water source is drawn ground water from wells. The wells draw water from the Floridan aquifer. Our treatment processes in-
dude: chemical.precipitation of iron and manganese via pellet reactors, followed by filtration and chlorine disinfection.
In 2009 the Department of Environmental Protection performed a Source Water Assessment on our system and a search of the data sources Indi-
cated no potential sources of contamination near our wells. Thelassessment results are available on the DEP Source Water Assessment and Pro-
tection Program website www.dep.state.fl.us/swapp . . .
This report shows our water quality results and what they mean. If you have any questions about this report or concerning your Water utility, please
contact Mr. Buddy Lamb, Manager of Suwannee Water & Sewer District at (352) 542-7570. We encourage our valued customers to be informed
i outither wa erufti . - - . . .. . ... .... . .. . .. ..... ............... .
Suwannee Water & Sewer District routinely monitors for contaminants in your drinking water according to Federal and State laws, rules, and regula-
tions. Except where Indicated otherwise, this report is based on the results of our rionitdring for the period of January 1 to December 31, 2009.
Data obtained before January 1, 2009 and presented in this report are from the'most recent testing done Iq accordance with the laws, rules, and
regulations. ;
In the table below, you may find unfamiliar terms and abbreviations. To help you better understand these terms we've provided the following defini-
tions:
Maximum Contaminant Level or MCL: The highest level of a contaminant that Is allowed in drinking water. MCLs are set as close to the MCLGs
as feasible using the best available treatment technology.
Maximum Contaminant Level Goal or MCLG: The level of a contaminant in drinking water below which there is no known or expected risk to
health. MCLGs allow for a margin df safety..
Action Level (AL): The concentration of a contaminant which, if exceeded, triggers treatment or other requirements that a water system must fol-
Maximum residual disinfectant level or MRDL: The highest level of a disinfectant allowed in drinking water. There is convincing evidence that
addition of a disinfectant is necessary for control of microbial contaminants.
Maximum residual disinfectant level goal or MRDLG: The level of a drinking water disinfectant below which there is no known or expected risk
to health, MRDLGs do not reflect the benefits of the use of disinfectants to control microbial contaminants.
Parts per million (ppm) or Milligrams per liter (mg/) one 'art by weight of analyze to 1 million parts by weight of the water sdlifplae.
Parts per billion (ppb) or MIcrograsinBper ilter (Ap)y :one part. by-weight of analyte to 1-billion parts by weight of the water sample.
Picocurie per liter (pCi/L) - measure of the radloactivif ini watr. ' a t '' ,,', .


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We constantly monitor for various contaminants In the water supply to meet all regulatory requirements.
If present,' elevated levels of lead can cause serious health problems, especially for pregnant women and young children. Lead In drinking water Is
primarily from materials and components associated with service lines, and home plumbing. Suwannee Water and Sewer District is responsible for
providing high quality drinking water, but cannot control the variety of materials used In plumbing components. When your water has been sitting
for several hours, you can minimize the potential for lead exposure by flushing your tap for 30 seconds to 2 minutes before using water for drinking
or cooking. If you are concerned about lead In your water, you may wish to have your water tested. Information on lead in drinking water, testing
methods, and steps you can take to minimize exposure Is available from the Safe Drinking Water Hotline or at http://www.epa.gov/safewater/lead.
The sources of drinking water (both tap water and bottled water) include rivers, lakes, streams, ponds, reservoirs, springs, and-wells. As water trav-
els over the surface of the land or through the ground, it dissolves naturally occurring minerals and, in some cases, radioactive material, and can
pick up substances resulting from the presence of animals or from human activity.
Contaminants that may be present in source water include:
(A) Microblal contaminants, such as viruses and bacteria, which may come from sewage treatment plants, septic systems, agricultural livestock
operations, and wildlife.
(B) Inorganic contaminants, such as salts and metals, which can be naturally-occurring or result from urban stormwater runoff, Industrial or do-
mestic wastewater discharges, oil and gas production, mining, or farming.
eC) Pesticides and herbicides, which may come from a variety of sources such as agriculture, urban stormwater runoff, and residential uses.
(D) Organic chemical contaminants, including synthetic and volatile organic chemicals, which are by-products of Industrial processes and petro-
leum production, and can also come from gas stations, urban stormwater runoff, and septic systems.
(E) Radioactive contaminants, which can be naturally occurring or be the result of oil and gas production and mining activities.
In order to ensure that tap water is safe to drink, the EPA prescribes regulations, which limit the amount of certain contaminants In water provided
by public water systems. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations establish limits for contaminants In bottled water, which must provide
the same protection for public health.
Drinking water, Including bottled water, may.reasonably be expected to contain at least small amounts of some contaminants. The presence of cont-
aminants does not necessarily Indicate that the water poses a health risk. More Information about contaminants and potential health effects can be
obtained by calling the Environmental Protection Agencya�"s Safe Drinking Water Hotline at 1-800-426-4791.
Some people may be more vulnerable to contaminants In drinking water than the general population. Immuno-c mpriomise persons sduch s &pr
sons with cancer undergoing chemotherapy, persons who have undergone organ transplants, people with HIV/AIDS or other Immune system disor-
ders, some elderly, and Infants can be particularly at risk from Infections. These people should seek advice about drinking water from their health
care providers. EPA/CDC guidelines on appropriate means to lessen the risk of Infection by Cryptosporidium and other microbiological contaminants
are available from the Safe Drinking Water Hotline (800-426-4791).
We at Suwannee Water and Sewer District would like you to understand the efforts we make to continually Improve the water treatment process
and protect our water resources. We are committed to Insuring the quality of your water. If you have any questions or concerns about the Informa-
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b e have been
o*nade ice cream
phase around here lately.
Here is a recipe I found that
we really enjoy It is a vanil-
la ice cream and uses vanil-
la pudding mix and heavy
cream so it is extra creamy.
It does have raw eggs in it so
be sure to only use fresh
eggs for this recipe.



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5 eggs
2 (12 oz) cans evaporated
milk
% pintheavy cream
1 (14 oz) can sweetened con-
densed milk
1 cup white sugar
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
1 (3.5 oz) package instant
vanilla pudding mix
4 cups milk

In a large bowl, beat togeth-
er eggs, evaporated milk,
cream, condensed milk, sug-
ar and vanilla with electric
mixer. Beat in pudding mix
until smooth. Pour into
freezer canister of ice cream
maker and add enough milk
to bring mixture to fill line.
Freeze according to manu-
facturer's directions.

As you can see there are two
different kinds of canned
milk ih this recipe. I keep
both of them in my pantry
at all times. Evaporated
milk can be mixed half and


Quilters of Alachua County Day
Guild (QACDG)
tackles "Scrap Management" at
July 1 meeting

Gainesville, FL - Quilters of
Alachua County Day Guild
(QACDG) meets the first
Thursday every month, 9:30
to noon, at Westminster Pres-
byterian Church, 1521 N. W
34th Street in Gainesville.
Refreshments are served at
9:30 a.m., the meeting begins
at 10 a.m. Guests are wel-
come.

"Scrap Management" will be
addressed July 1 by Emily
Schaefer. New to QACDG,


STEPHEN FOSTER STATE
PARK TO HOST PINE
NEEDLE BASKET
WORKSHOP

-Participants will learn skills
needed to make a pine needle
basket-

The Florida Department of
Environmental Protection's
Stephen Foster Folk Culture
Center State Park will host a
pine needle basket workshop
on Saturday, June 12, to teach
participants how to trans-
form long leaf pine needles
into baskets.

Craft demonstrator Nancy
Gildersleeve will instruct
students on the techniques of


half with water and can be
used in recipes to replace
milk. Sweetened condensed
milk is very sweet and thick
and is used in dessert
recipes. They are not the
same. We had an incident
here the other day where
that fact was proven once
again. Mr. Man Jr. wanted to
make some macaroni and
cheese. He had everything
done then realized we didn't
have any milk. Mr. Man told
him to use evaporated milk
instead. Junior used sweet-
ened condensed milk think-
ing it was the same. Need-
less to say when he sat down
to enjoy it was awful. I don't
think he will ever forget the
difference again.

If you have to take some-
thing to a family reunion or
to a graduation party this
next recipe is really easy
and delicious. Its really good
for dipping vegetables and
can be thinned out with a
little milk to make a won-
derful salad dressing.

SLIAe C-heese




12 oz. blue cheese dressing
% cup blue cheese
4 green onions
1-2 garlic cloves minced fine
%. tsp. Thyme
� tsp cayenne pepper
� tsp ground mustard
� tsp pepper
� tsp hop pepper sauce
- % tsp. Celery seed


Emily has been quilting
more than 30 years, with ex-
pertise in piecing and foun-
dation quilts, hand and ma-
chine quilting, and charity
:,and community service-quilt
ing.

QACDG is a not-for-profit or-
ganization with more than
100 members. Each month
a program is presented that
will enhance the quilting ex-
perience for quilters of every
skill level and quilting spe-
cialty. For more information
on the guild, go to
www.qacdg.org or contact
vice president / membership
Genie White, (352) 375-2427.


shaping and finishing a
coiled basket.

The cost of the workshop is
$15.00, including park admis-
sion. Please bring a'bagged
lunch.

For more information or to
register for the workshop,
please call the park Gift Shop
at (386) 397-1920 or visit
www.stephenfosterCSO.org.
To learn more about the
park, visit www.FloridaS-
tateParks.org/stephenfoster.

This event will take place

10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Saturday, June 12, 2010
Craft Square
Stephen Foster Folk Culture
Center State Park '


�rHT ST f TElCrCfE'E
-CON! M'U. W / PROJECTS
SSOJXRD PRTESEWtS O'UR
SiST W'UcIt-GIRCS
Yr sllN TO'U XAM'EN

SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 7:00AM-4:30 PM WEIGH-IN FROM 2:30 TO 4:30PM
AT THE COMMUNITY CENTER. ( MUST BE IN LINE BY 4:30 PM)
TICKETS COST $30,00 EACH. EVERYONE ON BOAT MUST PURCHASE A TICKET
EXCEPT FOR THE "BOAT BOY".
IN ORDER TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR PRIZES, THE WOMAN MUST HOOK, CATCH AND
LAND HER OWN FISH. STANDARD INSHORE FISHING RULES APPLY.
PRIZES: TROUT: AMOUNT , SPONSOR
1ST PLACE- $350.00 FIDDLER'S RESTAURANT
2ND PLACE- $250.00 THE SWEET MAGNOLIA DAY SPA &SALON
3RD PLACE- $150.00 CHAPMAN INSURANCE
REDFISH: 1ST PLACE- $350.00 ROY'S RESTAURANT
2ND PLACE4250.00 SEA HAG MARINA
3RD PLACE- $150.00 BAD TO THE BONE CHARTER
SPECIAL PRIZE GIVEN TO THE LADY THAT CATCHES THE LARGEST LADYFISH
BONUS BOAT PRIZE: ANY ALL LADIES' BOAT(NO BOAT BOY). THAT PRODUCES A WINNING
TROUT OR REDFISH WILL BE AWARDED $100.00 TO SPLIT BETWEEN THE CONTESTANTS. (ONE
BONUS PRIZE PER BOAT.) SPONSORS FOR THIS EVENT WILL BE RIVER HAVEN MARINA, THE
MOORINGS RENTAL HOUSE, AND THE STEINHATCHEE COMMUNITY PROJECTS BOARD.
THE GULF BREEZE ANGLER'S BASH WILL BE HELD AT THE WOOD'S CONDO CLUB HOUSE, FRIDAY
EVENING MAY 18, 6:30 TO 9:00. ADMISSION WILL BE BY TOURNAMENT TICKET (AVAILABLE AT
DOOR OR FROM LOCAL MARINAS). THIS WILL FEATURE REFRESHMENTS, SILENT AUCTION, AND
A CAPTAIN'S MEETING TO EXPLAIN THE SPECIFIC RULES. TICKET IS GOOD FOR ONE ANGLER AND
GUEST. (CHECKS AND CASH ONLY AT THIS EVENT PLEASE.1


In my experience the purple
colored garlic is too strong
and hot to use raw in a
recipe. I would advise for
this recipe to use the white
garlic., If you buy a whole
bulb of garlic you may won-
der what to do with the left
over garlic. One idea is to
peel the garlic cloves, place
them in a jar and cover with
oil. I like olive oil but any
light oil will do. The oil will
become garlic flavored and
the garlic will stay fresher
longer. Keep in the refrigera-
tor and if the garlic becomes
brown simply remove and'
replace with a fresh one. Use
the oil to make salad dress-
ings or in any recipe that
calls for a garlic flavor.


I would love to hear from
each of you. E-mail me any
tips that have made your life
easier. Your favorite recipe.
Is there something you
would have loved to have
known when you were first
starting out? Is there some-
thing you did that you
vowed never to do again?
Drop me a line. Nothing is
too small. I will love hearing
from you. We are all in the
same boat. There will al-
ways be empty bellies and
dirty dishes. Dust on the
table and dirt on the floor. A
little bit of humor and ad-
vice can make the trip so
much easier.

Cravey644@bellsouth.net


June 6th 1944.D-Day
Normandy Invasion

. by Tank Lee .. ..

June 6 1944, 160,000 Allied
troops landed along a.50
mile stretch of heavily- for-
tified French coastline to
fight Nazi Germany on the
beaches of Normandy,
France. General Dwight D.
Eisenhower called the oper-
ation a crusade in which"
we will accept nothing less
than a full victory", more
than 5,000 ships and 13,000
aircraft supported the D-
Day invasion, and by the
days end, the Allies had a
foot-hold in Normandy The
D-Day cost was high, more
- than 9,000 Allied soldiers
were killed or wounded.


Dixie Ham Radio

Operators

Practice for

Emergencies

"Radio Hams" from Levy,
Gilchrist and Dixie County's
have joined in a national de-
ployment Public Demo of
Emergency Communica-
tions on June 26 - 27

The Hams will join with
thousands of Amateur Ra-
dio operators who will be
showing off their emer-
gency capabilities that week-
end. Over the past year, the
news has been full of re-
ports of ham radio opera-
tors providing critical com-
munications during unex-
pected emergencies in towns
across America including
the California wildfires,
winter storms, tornadoes
and other events worldwide.
During Hurricane Katrina,
Amateur Radio - often
called "Ham Radio" - was of-
ten the ONLY way people
could communicate, and
hundreds of volunteer
"hams" traveled south to
save lives and property.

When trouble is brewing,
Amateur Radio's people are
often the first to provide res-
cuers with critical informa-
tion and communications.


On the weekend of June 26 -
27, the public will have a
chance to meet and talk
with the ham radio opera-
tors and see for themselves
what the Amateur Radio
Service is about. Showing
the newest digital and satel-
lite capabilities, voice com-
munications and even his-
torical Morse code, hams
from across the USA will be
holding public demonstra-
tions of emergency commu-
nications abilities.

This annual event, called
"Field Day" is the climax of
the week long "Amateur Ra-
dio Week" sponsored by the
ARRL, the national associa-
tion for Amateur Radio. Us-
ing only emergency power
supplies, ham operators will
construct emergency sta-
tions in parks, shopping
malls, schools and back-
yards around the country.
Their slogan, "When All
Else Fails, Ham Radio
Works" is more than just
words to the hams as they
prove they can send mes-
sages in many forms with-
out the use of phone sys-
tems, internet or any other
infrastructure that can be
compromised in a crisis.
More than 35,000 amateur
radio operators across the
country participated in last
year's event.

We hope that people will
come and see for them-
selves, this is not your
grandfather's radio any-


"Go for it now. Go eat some shrimp:.

The future is promised Florida seafood is safe,


to no one."
- Wayne Dyer


.......these men came here -
British, and our allies, and
Americans - to storm these
beaches for one purpose
only, not to gain anything
for ourselves, not to fulfill
any ambitions that America
had for conquest, but just to
preservefreedom.........Man
y thousands of men have
died for such ideas as these,,
but these young boys were ,
cut off in their prime. I de-
voutly hope that we will
never again have to see such.
scenes as these.

Dwight D. Eisenhower

This invasion was a main
turning point in WWII, the
soldiers that participated in
this invasion, are owed a
Thank You and a big
Salute!!


Post 383 sends supplies to troops


American Legion Post 383 spent Memorial Day packing up
waterless bathing "boogie baby" wipes to be shipped to our
troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. The wipes are useful to sol-
diers who may be out in the field for extended periods of
time without the means to take a shower.


claims Agriculture
Commissioner

Florida Agriculture and
Consumer Services Com-
missioner Charles H. Bron-
son said today that seafood
currently being harvested
in Florida is safe and has
not been impacted by the oil
spill in the gulf. He is con-
cerned that misinformation
about the conditions in the
gulf waters may unneces-
sarily impact the state's
seafood industry.


While the National Oceanic
and Atmospheric Adminis-
tration (NOAA) is restrict-
ing commercial and recre-
ational fishing in federal
waters from Louisiana to
waters off Pensacola Bay,
the ban does not yet impact
waters extended out 25
miles from Escambia Coun-
ty Currently, all species har-
vested from the closure line
to shore, including grouper,
snapper, golden tilefish,
mullet, blue crab, oysters,
flounder, sea trout and
shrimp, are safe to eat.
Stone crab season is in ef-
.fect until May 15 and is also
unaffected by the ban. Fed-
eral agencies and the Flori-
da Department of Environ-
mental Protection are con-
ducting ongoing tests of wa-
ter samples and have not
found any hydrocarbons in
samples taken from Florida.


more," said Allen Pitts,
W1AGP, of the ARRL. "The
communications that ham'
radio people can quickly cre-
ate have saved many lives
when other systems failed
or were overloaded. And be-
sides that - it's fun!"

Our group the Dixie Ama-
teur Radio Klub will be op-
erating in Waldo Park in
Dixie, County. CR 349 to
Spillers Hwy on the left side
of the road. Please join us in
demonstrating Amateur Ra-
dio.

There are over 650,000 Ama-
teur Radio licensees in the
US, and more than 2.5 mil-
lion around the world.

Through the ARRL's Ama-
teur Radio Emergency Ser-
vices program, ham volun-
teers provide emergency
communications for thou-
sands'of state and local
emergency response agen-
cies, all for free.

To learn more about Ama-
teur Radio, go to www.emer-
gency-radio.org. The public
is most cordially invited to
come, meet and talk with
the hams. See what modern
Amateur Radio can do. They
can even help you get on the
air!

Donald M. Sykes, kg3m
President of the Dixie Ama-
teur Radio,Klub
http://darklub.com


In addition, Bronson's Divi-
sion of Aquaculture is mon-
itoring oysters to assure
their safety, and NOAA is
working closely with the
U.S. Food and Drug Admin-
istration and food safety of-
ficials in the gulf states to
assure that no unsafe
seafood products are sent to
markets.


"Our shrimp, shellfish and
other seafood being harvest-
ed right now are fine, and I
don't want people watching
reports of the oil spill to
think differently," Bronson
said. "If and when Florida
waters are impacted by the
spill, we will take-immedi-
ate action to close the wa-
ters to commercial and
recreational harvesting."

In 2008, the latest figures
available, the quantity of
seafood sold at the dock just
on the west coast surpassed
66 million pounds with a
value of about $125 million
dollars. This is the price
paid to the fishermen for
their catch, not the retail or
wholesale value.

in response to the Deepwa-
ter Horizon Incident in the
Gulf of Mexico, Bronson's
Division of Aquaculture is
actively evaluating the lat-
est reports from the official
clearinghouse of informa-
tion, www.deepwaterhori-
zonresponse.com and evalu-
ating predictions of spill
movement, weather pat-
terns and projected landfall
points.


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"Trl-immtv'n Premier Plumbina Contractors dilIb itWE Failit


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When:June 1st - 4th, 2010 .
Where: Old Town Elementary Guildance Office
Time:8:30 - 2:30
Who: Children who will be 6 years old before September 1, 2010, who plan to attend Old Town
Elementary School
You may register for school during this wee. You must have the following Items before your
student can begin school.
Birth Certifloate, Physical, Shot Record
Social Security Number
,We look forward to seeing your child in kindergarten next year


Complete Plumbing Services
* Drain Cleaning * Water Heater Repairs & Installation
*-New Construction * Remodeling .
* Service Work * Complete Line of Plumbing Fixtures
* Sewer Repair Available
State Certified #CFC057595 * Fully Licensed & Insured


498-0703 210-0062
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Sell your stuff for Free!


"aSutEINrrtHrEr. rL-~.mR. Srt.au . GRAIN FEDU BFr-steaKS, roasts,
Furnished 1 and 2 bedroom Condo's ground beef, and more. USDA in-
now available to rent long term @ $550 spected No hormones Evergreen
to $700. Included in rent; Cable, Inter- Polled Herefords 352-498-0880. ever-
net, Local calls, Hot Tub, on site laun- greenherefordbeef.com
dry Call:352-498-7740 or Brian:813-677-
Q�Af\


FOR RENT: 3 BR/ 1 Bath, $375. 3.5
bedroom, 2 bath, $400. 498-6043. 356-
2230.
MH 4 Rent, 2BR 1Bath 400.00 a month
pulse deposit in Cross City call 498-
7632
Newly remolded 38R MH along the
Steinhatchee River in Jena has well
and septic 1/2 acre lot. 550.00 a mohth
pulse deposit. call 498-2687 or 386-209-
5301
20,21,22
MH 4 rent 3BR 11/2 Bath 400.00 a
month. 210-0696
2BR 2Bath'single wide MH in Cross
City, 400.00 a month + deposit. 498-
S7632
House for rent or to buy 1,000.00 de-
posit for down payment 450.00 a
month. call 407-504-5401 or 865-236-2460

TIMBERS
APARTMENTS
1,2, AND, 3 BR, HC & non-HC accessi-
ble apts. Rental Assistance may be '
available. 231 NE 97th St., Cross City,:
FL. Call352-498-3175, TDd/TTY 711.
"This institution is an equal opportu-
nity provider and employer."

Timbers Apartments
Available immediately a 3 bedroom
handicap. accessible apartment with
rental assistance. 231 NE 97th Street,
Cross City, FL. Call 352-498-3175,
TDD/TTY 711. This institution is an
equal opportunity provider and em-
ployer.
UFN
3BRIBath signglewide MH with addi-
tional room on back with central heat
air on 3 acres. call 542-3377 or 578-4461
House for rent, 1BR 2BR walking dis-
sents in the Town of Cross City
450.00 a month and deposit. Call 1-407-
-879-0126




Higginbothams Store: we have peas
and Watermelons, call 542-7108
6 Duroc weeks old 50.00 apiece.
male and female breeding pair to sell
300.00 727-992-8747
115 Gallon fish tank, stand-filters
and lid, light 200.00 Call 727-992-8747
FREE KITTENS 9 to 10 weeks old
and they are wormed. Call498-2281'


. .PLANTSALE
A & K NURSERY

HUGE PLANT SALE

Holly trees and shrubs
Red Maple, Drake Elm
1 gal $1.50* '
3-gallon $5.00

Assorted Peppers and
Tomatoes 1 gall. $1.50
3 gallong $3.50 producing
*e-cluding shilling

A & K NURSERY
352-356-1189 '
MON.- SAT. 9-5
HWY. 19N CROSS CITY



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POOL 15 ROUND by 48 deep soft wall
with sand filter 3qt. HP pump, with
ladder and etc. 325.00 call 542-8702
REFRIGERATOR 17ft Kenmore ice
maker, works great 100.00. call 542-
2023
31FT FIFTH WHEEL 20022 slides
16,500.00. call 542-2023
1988 SKYLINE 28 FOOT BUMPER
PULL camper good condition. 3700.00
or OBO. Call 356-2009 leave message
1994 ISUZU PICKUP truck high speed
A/C 98000 miles, 1550.00. Call 356-2009
leave message
For Sale 1992 sky line MH signal
wide 2BR 1 1/2Bath 14x56 asking
6,000.00. call Jason at 210-2267 or 498-
5616

DELL Computer monitor, old-style,
big $10.00 498-7524
Business printer $20 498-7524
EDUCATIONAL SMART CYCLE for
kids $20
498-7524
BAJA MINI BIKE 300.00 4 speed 4x4
tranny with transfer case 500.00, 2
transfer cases 300.00 a piece. call 352-
260-6130


W64U


accepting applications for a Di-
rector Credentialed full time po-
sition. Beginning salary $9.00 per
hour. (352) 498-0002.

PART TflME DELI: nights and
weekends, must have valid DL
and transportation. Applyein per-
son only at Stephenson's 3-19 Ex-
'press. 13835 NE Hwy 349 Hwy.

LABORER: For plumbing and
electrical, Experience A+, but
not required. Will train. Must
have valid DL. Apply in person
only at Stephenson's Septic.13835
NE Hwy 349 Hwy.

S CNA'S WANTED

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


* HELP WANTED:
ACCOUNTING POSITION

Immediate opening for someone
with accounting skills.
May be degree and 'or experi-
enced. Must be competent and
enjoy working with numbers.
Hours 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Compensation open, based on
skills. Normiial vacation, sick
leave, holiday pay Send resume,
work and salary history, along
with references. Respond to: Ac-
counting, P.O. Box 1202, Perry, 'FL
32348
22,23
BETA CLUB
FUNDRAISER.
Grilled chicken dinner
on Thursday, June 10
from 11-2 at the DCHS
Cafeteria. Delivery avail.
'Contact 498-6442. Shannon

Grliled.chidken, home-made
potato salad, baked beans,
dessert, roll and drink,
$5.00
S Pceeds benefit Beta
National Convention trip.
Dixie Student Hillary Thornton Is
running for national Beta President


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


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

DIXIE MONUMENTS serving
North Central Florida for 16
years. Open Tuesday-Friday 8-4.
Saturday 8-12 or call for appoint-
ment anytime. located on 512 Av-
enue (behind McCrabb Church) 7
miles North of Old Town on Hwy
349. 542-3432 or toll free 1-877-542-
3232 ufn
Authorized Carpet Cleaning
Services We Offer: Carpet & Up-
holstery Cleaning, Air Duct
Cleaning, Tile & Grout Cleaning,
Grout Color Sealing, 24 Hour Fire
& Water Restoration Emergency
Service (352) 331-1818
www.DixieCouhtyCarpetClean-
ing.com


COMMERCIAL APPRAISALS.
Competitive pricing, Paypal
checkout available. Katherine -
McKinney, St.Cert.Gen.REA
#2277 352-542-0103 leave message.


ACROSS 1 2 3 4 5
1. Vocally twangy --
6. Bearded Smurf 14
10. Bump off 17
14: Make amends
15. Series-ending 20
Sabbr.
16. Putt destination 23
17. Movie's music
19. Hayworth of,"Pal 26 7 28 29
Joey"
20. Turns up 33
21. Mad Magazine --
pieces - . 3
23. Bad fortunes 42
25. Like neon
26. "And howl" 45 46
30. Rural swimming
place 48 49 50
33. Name in
mattresses . 53
34. Fearsome dino . . -
35. Chums , '.1 " ,
39. Andean of old ---
40. 1814 treaty city 64 ,
41. Much of an atlas 6-- - -
42. Proofreader's
leave it" American Profe Hometown coGtent
43. Bog fuel
44. Do something 69. Acted the mole
about
45. _ Downs (race DOWN
site) 1. Canaveral org.
47. January honoree; 2. Perched on
formally .3. Nazi
48. Picketer 3 I
provokers "- ("Seinfeld"
provokers character)
51. Coal-rich German cha4. Name of two fcter)
region. Name of twoof
region, .Henry Vll'ls six'
53. Adds up . 5. Ushered out

56. Emulate, on 6. In and of itself
Halloween,7. "Now theater
61. Cinders of old 7n o
comics near you!"
62. Small IHOP order 8.DC donors
64. A util.9 e
65. Phone sound 10. Clear, tight
66. 'The Yankee wrapping
Yrs atr 11. River of Tours
ears author 12. Let out or take in
Joe 13. Brewery need
67. Colonel or .2004 Bra tt
corpoqiPal -" " . ... .. " - t,
68. Watergate's '; move
Throat


GRAIN FED BEEF- hormone free.
'2, ". or whole, $ 1.50 per Ib, live
weight plus slaughter, cut and wrap.
Evergreen Polled Herefords 352-498
0880 or 352-542-7135
Attention Granny's of Dixie County.
PLease if you have a favorite recipe
that you would like to send me. I'm
going to make a cookbook called
Dixie County.FL. Granny's and I
will put you recipe and name in it
picture to if you like. My daughter
is going to go to Korea with a ex-
change student and needs to raise
,'some money. Please send recipes t9o
Lydia Hunt 179 NE 144 St
Cross City FL32628
Deadline is May 15th 1352-578-5778
FRIGIDARE WINDOW UNIT hot
and cold brand new asking 500.00
never been used.
Old fashion clever knife 200 years
old. Asking 50.00. Call 498-0402

17FT KEY LARGO OPEN Fisher-
men Boat, 1999 15 Horse Motor, Nev-
er been in Salt Water, with Trailer.
Asking 3500.00 Call 542-0662
COMPAQ LAPTOP computer, DVD
Player/ Recorder, Windows XP
300.00 Call 498-7040
GATEWAY DESKTOP computer,
19in monitor, keyboand ' mouse,
baston sound system, stand up
phone, DVD player, converts to TV,
Windoxs 98, lexmark printer copier.
325.00 Call 498-7040
COMPUTER DESK (50"x24") honey
oak, closed computer compartment,
keyboard sheft, file drawers, disc
storage, matching hutch and two 5ftt
bookcases. 300.00 Call 498-7040

FOR SALE: Dutchman camper, 35
ft., 30,000 KW generator on trailer,
Sea Lion boat - needs work, Air
boar. Call for more information or
to see. Cedric or Chris Lord 498-
5841.
.Chest feezer 4x384$50.352.28 .483Q.-. .-
. - . .-
Beige Sectional sofa $200, Custom
made gun cabinet holds 8, $500 OBO,
Washer/Dryer $200 Call 904-657-3350.
Silver Camper top 100.00. Call 542-
.9424 *
88 Chevy K5 Blazer V8 New tires PS
PB 3,000.00 OBO 352-258-3428
93 transport van 10 passenger A/C
runs good 2,000.00 OBO Call 498-6043
or 356-2236

HLWT


3@0/2010'


46. Abbr. on auto
tires
47. Missile typically
thrown eight fe
48. Beef on the hot
49. Showy lily
50. Gracie or Wooc
52. Madison Ave.
figure
54. Business sign
'abbr.
55. Comic strip
populated by
birds
57. Word in an
octagon
58. Rani's wrap,
59. Farmland divisic
60: Depot posting,
informally
63. Formula _raci


mWork wanted
Classes^ BHRRHB~


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

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


(LCCC will become FLORIDA
GATEWAY COLLEGE on
7/1/10)

COORDINATOR, PUBLIC
INFORMATION
Use of journalistic writing tech-
niques for publications, the web,
press releases and advertisements for'
print, radio, and television. Support
college events with marketing and
public relations expertise. Requires
Bachelors:degree in Communications,
English; Journalism, or Marketing.
plus five years experience in market-
:ing, public relations, broadcasting,
business or journalism. Knowledge of
layout concepts of all media formats,
knowledge of news media, photo-'
graphic, copywriting, and advertising
techniques.
SALARY: $37,500 annually plus bene-
fits
Application deadline: 6/16/10
Persons interested should provide a
College application,,vita, and photo-
copies of transcripts. All foreign tran-
scripts must be submitted with offi-
cial translation and evaluation. Appli-
cations and full position details are
available on our website
www.lakecitycc.edu,
Inquiries: Human Resources
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314 Fax: (386) 754-
4814
E-mail: humanr@lakecitycc.edu
LCCC is,accredited by the Southern
Association
of Colleges and Schools
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in Educa-
tion & Employment
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WORK WANTED
Yard work, odd jobs etc...
reasonable rates 352-578-4252

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

DEPENDABLE STAY AT HOME'
MOM looking to babysit in myi
hlome.All,time slots available, af-
fordable rates, non smoking,
non drinking- home no indoor
pets please call 352-542-3210
SUMMER CHILD CARE avail-
able for $5.00 per day, call Janna
for more information at'
(352)682-7.
061,7. ,


WYARD SALEP,3xmen' cotWes, I
big pants 42-48s, little boy
clothes, 7-8, lots of baby girl
clothes. Off Jack Roberts Curve
Fri-Sat-Sun 8-6
578-5652

YARD SALE:
Staurday June 5 from 8:00 am
until ? at the home of Mazell
Johnson at 415 NE 223rd Ave-
(Old Continental Road)
Lots of stuff, given by Rhonda
' Johnson, and Laci Johnson.
, Will be cancelled if raining.
Look for signs!


YARD SALE June 4th & 5th 8am
till turn at McDonald's go 4
blocks, watch 4'signs, recliner,
furniture, etc.



June is:


* Aquarium Month
* Candy Montb
* Dairy Month
* Fight the Filthy Fly Month
* National Aooprdion
Awareness Month '
* National Adopt a Cat Month
* National Fresh Fruit and
Vegetables Month
* Rose Month
* Turkey Lovers Month


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Candidte qualify ing begins noon, June 1 and'sn& June ",
18, at noon o


The qualifying fee for ndn-partisan candidates is 4% of the
salary for office sought, and all other party affiliations will
be 6% of the salary for the office sought.


Book closing, for new registrations and/or for political
party changes, will end on July 26, at 5:00 p.m.
www.dixievotes.com
(352) 498-1216







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sports
24. Primal therapy:
sounds
26. Homed goddess
27. Period following
Mardi Gras
28. Add kick to
29. Dark purplish
shade
31. Flat payment
32. Phone no. ,
follower
34. Baseball exec
Epstein
36. Source of Italian,
bubbly .
37. L. Frank Baum's
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The Dixie County Advocate


Thursday June 2, 2010


Stuff to Do

what do we do Saturday As is always the case we can


The 99th Indianapolis 500
has been run; the Orlando
Magic has been eliminated
from the NBA playoffs; and
the 58th annual Florida Folk
Festival has been put to bed.
I know what you all are say-
ing to yourselves this morn-
ing: "What are we going to
do next weekend?"
This coming Saturday, June
the 5th, at Stephen Foster
Folk Culture Center State
Park in beautiful and his-
toric White Springs will be
another Art in the Park at
Craft Square where numer-
ous artists and crafters will
demonstrate their talents
from 10am 'til 4pm.
So you're saying to your-
selves, "Okay, Hoover, but


evening?"
COFFEE HOUSE, that's
what.. Yes, it's Coffee House
time again at your park,
from 7 to 9 pm in the Stephen
Foster Auditorium. Our.
wonderful host and hostess
will be Sonny and Fran, and
Gar we hope, on stage to en-
tertain you, and, of course,
whoever else signs up at the
door for their 10 minutes of
fame. You've seen Sonny and
Fran (and sometimes Gar)
before at Coffee House. Son-
ny plays guitar (when he can
hold on to his pick), Fran
dances with the up-right
bass, and Gar pulls it all to-
gether with the Dobro - a
truly entertaining trio! Son-
ny vocalizes the old favorites
and singing along is definite-
ly encouraged.


use your help with the
dessert table. Your dona-
tions of delightful desserts
are what keep the Coffee
House going. Admission is
free, so dessert and coffee
sales make the do-re-mi for
this on-going and popular
event. I thank you in ad-
vance for your support!
Don't sit at home this week-'
end, staring at four walls and
letting the TV noise put you
to sleep. Your park beacons
with real entertainment.
Come early for Art in the
Park, eat dinner in town, and
stay late for Coffee House.
See ya'll this weekend.
--Larry Hoover, Park Ranger
Volunteer Coordinator
Stephen Foster Folk Culture
Center State Park


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OPEN REGISTRATION
ENDS
August 20
(INCLUDES DUAL ENROLLMENT STUDENTS),

ADD/DROP
August 23-27
(INCLUDES DUAL ENROLLMENT STUDENTS)
ALL FEES ARE DUE EACH DAY

Registrar's Office Hours:
8 a.m.-6:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday
8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Friday

May 12 - August 13
7:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday


Semester

YOU MAY ACCESS SCHEDULE
INFORMATION ONLINE AT:
www.lakecitycc.edu

July 1, 2010 LCCC will become...

FLORIDA
GATEWAY
COLLEGE.


FOR INFORMATION CALL:
Registrar: (386) 754-4205 * Admissions: (386) 754-4396

Lake City Community College does not di.icnminate in education or employment related decisions on the basis of race, color,
religion, national origin, gender, age, disability, marital status, genetic information, or any other legally protected status in
accordance wi4�th e law. The Equity Officer is Sharon Best, director of human resources, and may be reached at
(386) 754-4313, Building001. Room 136, 149 SE College Place, Lake City, FL 32025.


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eniST 91 UsuATE


POST 91I UPDATE


Post 91 of the American Legion
ed between Trenton and Bell on
State Rd 129 next to the FFA Ar
will be installing the new slate
of Officers for the year 2010-201:
the 17th day of June starting at
5:30pm with a lite dinner. Both t
Legion and the Auxil iary officer
will be installed. We ask all mer
to attend and support the new
officers. We invite all veter-
ans who would be inrtersted
in becoming a
part of this Great Organiza-
tion to attend.
FOR GOD and COUNTRY
Leeman White Commander

VBS at dena Baptist Church

Vacation Bible School starting
Monday June 14th-Friday June 18th
6pm-8:30 pm
Classes from age 3-12th grade
Theme Is Saddle Ridge Ranch, a place
for rounding' up quesitons and driving
home answers
Our VBS Motto is
"Need answers? Ask God."
We will be teaching the kids how to
go to the Bible for answers, Also we
will have craft classes, play time,
and a time to eat supper.
Any questions call Betty Beek at
S498-6766 or Pastor Vaughn Farnell
at 498-2190.


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Wednesday mornings @ 1t.)0 a.m.
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June 16 Clifford the Big lRed Dcg
June 23 Ienald McDonald
June 3$JA FlubberTrieT
July 7 Farmnner McPeepers & tis Missin
Milk Co ws and DatieSfoil & 5IagT ,

July 14 Indians & Wildlife with Xanger Paw
July Z1 Racking with k.eks
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Chronic Migraine Research Study


Do you suffer from Chronic Migraines? If so, you may
qualify for a research study testing two FDA approved
medications for the treatment of migraines.

To Qualify you must:

1. Be 18 years or older
2. Have a history of chronic migraine for at least 6
months and are currently not taking any
medications on a daily basis to prevent your
migraines other than topirarnate (Topamax)
3. Be willing to take two daily medications for six
months
4. Be willing to keep daily 28-day headache diaries
on four occasions during the study.

To learn more about this study, contact
Southeast Clinical Research at 352-490-4816

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Thursday June 2, 2010


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Obituaries and Faith


Cross City Pentecostal
Holiness Church News


We had another great day in
the Lord Sunday, the choir
done an awesome job and
the presence of God filled
the house. Bro. Randy pre-
sented our Graduating Se-
niors with a bible in the
morningservice, we are so
proud of them and pray that
God will lead and guide
them as they go into the
world to begin a new level
in their life. Bro. Randy
preached the sermon from
Phillippians 3: 7-11,
titled: "Taking your rela-
tionship'with God to a new
level". When God takes us
to a new-level we will al-
ways face new devils. There
is much truth to this state-
ment. However we cannot
allow fear
to keep us from attaining
those new levels of authori-
.ty and power in our lives.
We must allow the Lord to
do whatever it takes so that
we can have the power of
God in our lives to reach
this last
generation for Christ.

As the rapture gets closer
God is doing a work in his
people. As the Lord estab-
lishes "His Order"
in the body of Christ, many
will experience a fine tun-
ing as he tightens and
loosens strings according
to the need. Christians will
find themselves experienc-


ing new levels of purging
and purification as the
Lord takes them into higher
realms of his presence and
glory. The hand of God will
lie heavily upon us, as he re-
quires more from us. We
will find it increasingly
more difficult to get by with
some of the things that
we've gotten by with in the
past. The convicting power
of the Holy Spirit will cause
us to lay aside childish
things and press on to matu-
rity in Christ. We cannot
live with one foot in the
kingdom of God and one
foot in the world. We either
hate sin and love God, or
love sin and hate God. God
is calling
the church to a new level. If
our goal is to make heaven.
If we want to go in the rap-
ture we must begin to walk
in a new level of intimacy
with God. Let us begin to
pray for each other and for
our churches that God will
manifest himself to us and
use us like never before.

Mark your calendars for
June 13th - 16th for an excit-
ing time at the PHC,'we will
be having our Kidz Krusade
titled: "Walking with Jesus"
presenting Grandma and
Grandpa Richardson along
with Uncle Tex and all the
puppet gang. The Krusade
will begin Sunday, June 13th
at 6:00 pm. Monday- Wednes-
day food will be served for
the kids beginning at 5:45
and services from 6:45-8:15.


VBS at Jena Baptist Church


Vacation Bible School starting
Monday June 14th-Friday June 18th
6pm-8:30 pm
Classes from age 3-12th grade

Theme is Saddle Ridge Ranch, a place for rounding' up
- quesitons and driving home answers
Our VBS Motto is
"Need answers? Ask God.",

We will be teaching the kids how to go to the Bible for an-
swers. Also we will have craft classes, play time, and a
time to eat supper.

Any questions call Betty Beck at 498-5766 or Pastor
Vaughn Farnell at 498-2190.


FIRST BAPTIST OF
STEINHATCHEE NEWS

* There is a National effort
here in America to wear red on
Friday to honor our Military
here at home and abroad! The
red symbols one of the colors
on our flag as well as the blood
our Armed Forces has shed for
our freedom. YES, our freedom
has come; with a high cost!! Yes,
we are free because of the
brave! Did we take time to pray
for.the living on Memorial Day?
Did we honor those troops that
did not eat steak, ribs, ham-
burgers and watermelon, they
woke to shells and bombs, dirt
and sand in their eyes and food.
They did not sleep with air con-
ditioning or even on a bed for
months! No backyard BBQ,
swim in the pool or trip to the
beach! Not even seen their fami-
ly in months! Did we thank
'GOD for blessing America?
JUST A THOUGHT: WOULD
YOU TAKE THEIR PLACE
AND WALK IN THEIR SHOES
FOR YOU AND ME? We have
loved and lost thousands of ser-
vice men and women that have
died for us? Just as JESUS
shed HIS precious blood for our
sins on the cross that day! HE
suffered, bled and died for our
freedom! Do we honor HIM
every day of our lives' Friends,
'let's wear red on Fridays to
honor JESUS CHRIST and for
all our branches of the Armed
Forces! It cost you nothing!!!!
But think of their cost!!
We were soooo thrilled to see
Mrs. Gwen Carmichael's class
(ages 6 & 7) stand before us and
quote the 23 rd Psalms last Sun-
day! We are really proud of Sa-
vanna Thompson, Hanna Hold-,
en and Aston Reed! Our folks
celebrating their birth the last
couple months were: j. D. Mad-
dox, Patty Lamb, Brian Elli-
son, and others. Only one an-
niversary couple: Richard and
Gwen Carmichael.
* We were blessed by visiting
friends as they shared their
singing talents with us!


Richard and Kathleen Acrey
sang: "Keep Your Eyes On The
LORD" and "Some Wonderful
Day'! Also Harry Gatlin hon-
ored all our Military as he sang:
" Mama, Tell Them What We
Are Fighting For". Sarah Hold-
en and her oldest son Leon
sang; "I Want To Thank You
LORD"!
* Did you remember towrite
the dates of our Vacation Bible
School? JUST A REMINDER:
JULY 26th through 30th! It will
be an awesome week for every-
one, if you are working, or at-
tending. We need you! JUST A
THOUGHT: The deeds GOD
finds pleasing... are those done
in service for HIM! 2 Corinthi-
ans 5:9 says "We make it our
aim...to be well pleasing to
HIM!
* Today well lived makes...
yesterday a dream of happiness
and every tomorrow a vision of
hope! Sandy Coleman


r


Leonard Burton Lee


Leonard Burton Lee was born and raised in Dixie Coun-
ty He passed away on May 30, 2010. He was 90 years old,
and a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter
Day Saints.

He is survived by his wife of 20 years Sally Lee.
Leonard served in the Army during World War II and
worked for Hudson for 16 years. Leonard has 8 children:
Rickey (Norma) Sikes, Gene (Helen)
Sikes, Nancy (Marvin) Hen- .
dricks, Marie Fowler, Randy /
(Ellen) Sikes, Barbara (Owen)
Roberts, Felicia (Frankie)
Harrod, and Gloria (Jerry)
Boyington. He has 24 1'"I
grandchildren, 34 great ..
grandchildren and 1
nephew Andy Lee.

Visitation will be held on , ' .
June 4, 2010 from 6:00-8:00 pm
at Knauff Funeral Home-
Chiefland. Funeral Services will
be held on June 5, 2010 at 2:00 pm at
the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in
Chiefland, FL with President Russell Akers officiating
and Elder Dennis Andrews speaking.Interment is to fol-
low at Lee Cemetery in Old Town, FL. Arrangements
are under the care of Knauff Funeral Home-Chiefland.

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Country Breakfast & More!

Every 1st and 3rd Saturday at the

Suwannee River Shrine Club
1/2 mile north of Fanning Springs on Hwy 26


Vacation Bible School at Old Town whom Jesus heals. And on
United Methodist Church their final mission the
cadets will hear from two
June 21- 25 disciples and meet the
St ranLor whon iins thorn n


The Starship Galactic
Praise is preparing to blast
Soff oniMonday June 21 at
the Old Town United -
Methodist Church. Begin-
ning at 5:00 PM each
evening, this year's Vaca-
tion Bible School promises
to be an Out of This World
experience. All children
ages 4-12 are invited to Va-
cation Bible School, Mon-
day, June 21 through Friday,
June 25. The activities start
with a snack supper and
conclude at 9:00 PM each
evening.

The Starship Galactic
Praise will take the children
on adventures into space
and back in time to Bible
Land. Children are invited
to become space cadets as
they explore different as-
pects of God's love, learn.
praise songs, enjoy making
neat crafts and study scien-
tific phenomena on each
mission. The first mission
is the creation of the uni-
verse; on their second mis-
sion the cadets will meet
Elijah on the top of Mt.
Horeb. On the third mis-
sion the cadets travel to
Samaria and meet a woman
at Jacob's well. The fourth
mission is in Jericho where
they meet the blind beggar


Please study the plan of

SALVATION


Hebrews 5:9, 11:6 John 14:6
Romans 1:16 Acts 4:12
1 Corinthians 15:1-4


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


Hebrews 4:12
2 Corinthians 5:10


Matthew 10:32-33

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

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


We love you and ask that
you pass this on.

God Will Bless You


the road to Emmaus.

Call the church office 542-
7954 for more information
or to pre-register.


New Prospect Baptist News

New Prospect was blessed so much Sunday morning with
good singing and preaching. Bro. Billy recognized Jessilyn
Beckham for being Valdictorian and Charla Fowler for be-
ing Saluditorian of the senior class. We are so blessed with
our young folks at New Prospect.

Brother Billy brought the message from John 3-16. What
a wonderful scripture. He brought out ,in his message, how
our Savior came and gave His life that we could have ever-
lasting life and how the men of this country are willing to
go fight that we can have freedom. We thank our precious
Lord and thank our servicement for their commitment and
service to our country

We will have a program just for our 4 seniors this Wednes-
day night. The church will present them with a beautiful
bible and have refreshments and good fellowship.
Congratulations to our SENIORS!

Please remember to pray for the sick ones,our country and
our churches.

We wish you a BLESSED WEEK AND A SAFE ONE!





North Central Florida
Farm-to-Restaurant Workshop

Monday, July 19th, 10:00am-1:30pm
5109 NW 39th Ave, Gainesville (Take Exit 390 off 1-75, -3 miles on right]
This workshop is intended to foster business relationships by providing a forum for farmers,
restaurants, and distributors to better understand each other's growing, selling, and
purchasing needs.
Agenda:
* Coffee, Pastries, Networking, Introductiois
* A Farmer's Perspective
Panel discussion on the farm-to-restaurant experience
* Going ocal
.Panel discussion with restaurateurs who are workingto source locally-grown food
* Meeting Demand
Panel discussion with distributors on their efforts to provide local food & work with farmers
* LUNCH - Third-Party Inspections and MarketMaker Presentation
Enjoy a delicious'lunch brought to you by our sponsors and learn more about what is involved with
inspections and about a great new marketing tool
* Post-workshop Networking, Door Prizes
Tables for literature displays will be available.
Maximum 50attendees. '
For directions, more information, or td RSVP please contact Val Leitner:
Val@blueovenkitchens.org or 352.278.7518


There is no charge



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- l Romans 15i11"(NIV) - New Prospect Baptist Church Calvary Temple Assembly of God
US 19* Between Cross City & Old Town Suwannee Lumber Road * Cross City
11 And again, Jesuis Is TheAnawer ForYorf " JoniUswForAVisStay FrALeim.
"Praise the Lord, all you Gen- ChildrensChurch11AEvening Wohi7P Eng - 7P
tiles, and sing praises to him, all Wednesday Evening 7 Pastor Jim Hurst-12
youi peoples-" Pastor- Billy Robson Pastor Jim Hurst
(352) 498-3711 (352) 498-3023

First Baptist Church of Old Town Old Town United Methodist Church 11 Gogod Sh me.riLuif an ChurM
"Welcome To Gqd's House- Won't You Come on In" US 19 * Old Town
Sunday School- 10A- Morning Worship -11A . Food Pantry Open 8am-11am, Mon -Thurs.
Evening Worship - 6P "Come Let Us Worship & Adore Him" 4 ~ ~iM ar g of WWa- an HW 19
Wednesday Bible Study - 7P Sunday Worship 9:30A
Knock & the door will open, seek & you will find. ask & you will bp Church School 11A 352-4934507
given- life elernmally. Wednesday Choir Practice 7P 1
Pastor - Royce Hanshow Pastor - Rev. Carl Ralnear am l am
(352) 542-7050 (352) 542-7954 WIfp Swice 103a0 a

First Baptist Church of Steinhatchee Old Town Church of God Cross City Church of Christ
Riverside Drive * Stelnhatchee Welcomes You To Come & Worship With Us 5237 52 NE 147th StL (McArthur St.)
"Lighthouse On The Gulf Sunday School - 10:OOA Sunday Bible Study - 10:00 A
Sunday School - 10A. Morning Worship - 11A Sunday Morning Worship - 11:00A Momng Worhp- 11:00 A
Evening Worship - 8P Sunday Evening Worship - 6:00P WednesdaEveing ible Study -:00 P
Wednesday Prayer Meeting - 7P * Awana 6:30 Wednesday Evening Worship - 7:00P Wednesday Evening Bible Study - 7:00 P
Pastor - Leon Holden Pastor - Troy Hare
(352) 498-2108 (352) 542-8222

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t ; r Located 6 Miles East on CR 351 Kenneth Street - Cross City
A Friendly Church With AWelcome Spirit" Proclaiming The Full Gospel For All People"
le 45 Worship Service - A Children's Church - 10:30A. Morning Worship 10:30A
Bible Study - 9:45A.Wor hlpService-11A Evening Worship - 6:30P
Church Training - 6P- Evening Worship - 7P Wednesday Family Training Hour Adult & Teen Minisry,
Wednesday Prayer Meeting -7P Boy's Brigade & Girl's Club- 7:00P
Pastor - Archie Knowles Rev. Ed & Sylvia Ivey, Pastor
(352) 498-5535 (352) 498-3280

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22 NE 138th St * Cross City Cross City Bhlid Subway-Cross City
'Open Heerts, Open Minds, Open Doorst
The People of The United Methodist Church "Welcomes You - Where Jesus is Lord I the Heart of Dixie Co. with De Co. at heart
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Pastor - Rev. Glenda Brayman Pastor - Bill Schnorbus Pastor Randy & Alicia Richardson
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Grow your congregation CR 55A (Between Cross City&OldTown)
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(352) 542-7103
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2 Miles West of Cross City on US 19 Hwy 351 & Camp Two Rd.* Cross City
"AChurch You Can Call Home" everyone: Love the brother- Hwy 351 Camp Two Cross Cty
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Legals, etc.


PUBLIC NOTICE NO

In accordance with the Oil Pollution Act YOI
of 1990 (33 USC � 2714(c)) ("OPA"), Co�
please be advised of the following Infor- plain
mation: 199
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Awell, which is located in Mississippi 074
Canyon Block 252 in the Gulfiof Mexico Thi
and had been drilled by the mobile off- CoL
shore drilling unit DEEPWATER HORI- hou
ZON, has been named as the source of 326
an oil discharge that commenced around are
10:00 pm CDT on or about April 20, shiF
2010. This spill impacted the Mississippi inte
Canyon area, and continues to potential- are
ly affect the Gulf Coast of the United . ten
States. As the spill is ongoing, the quan- Will
tity of oil involved is undetermined.- wh
Pen
BP Exploration & Production Inc. ("BP 18,
Exploration") is accepting claims for cer- Cle
tain uncompensated damages and re- on I
moval costs caused by the spill. Costs there
and damages that may be compensated there
pursuant to OPA Include removal costs; in tf
damage to or loss to real or personal
property; loss of subsistence use of nat- Dat
ural resources; loss of government rev- DAI
enues; loss of profits and earnings ca- 21,2
pacity, and damages for net costs of pro- -
viding increased public services. �

BP Exploration has established a toll-
free, hotline number for claims: 1-800-
440-0858. This hotline is available 24
hours a day, 7 days a week. No

The claims procedure is as follows: Per- Cha
Ssonnel at the call center will provide each low
caller with information on how to submit tior
a claim. Each claim will be assigned to
an adjuster, and the claim will be prompt- u
ly investigated and evaluated. Claims for sigi
lost income or lost profits will be evaluat- & T
ed promptly. The adjuster will require Tall
some substantiation of income impacted Res
by the spill, but will make reasonable ef- rec
fort to keep the documentation require- acr
ments to a minimum. Reasonable effort ovT
will also be made to act on lost income . Th
'claims within 48 hours of receipt. Larger Sol
and more complex claims may require Dix
,c additional investigation and document,
tion prior to evaluation and 'resolution. Inte
Resolved claims will be paid promptly. the

Claims may be presented for interim, po
short-term damages representing less plic
than the full amount to which the Riv
claimant ultimately may be entitled. ' Res
Please note that payment of such claims Liv
shall not preclude recovery for damage& me
not reflected In the paid or settled partial 5:0
claims. put

Any claims that are denied or that are not No
resolved within 90 days after the date of reg
submission to the BP Exploration claims sta
representative may be submitted to the to r
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 3RD 22
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DIXIE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION .. ,. .
CASE NO:08000025CA ...

DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST E
COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE FOR LONG
BEACH MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST C
2002-5, PLAINTIFF, VS.
EDWARD POTTER, FREDA JULIANN CO
TYRE'PQOTTER; BENEFICIAL FLORI- 'FL
DA,' INC.; UNKNOWN HEIRS, BENEFI- OF
CIARIES, DEVISEES, ASSIGNEES, LI-
IENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES NO
AND ALL OTHERS WHO MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST IN THE ESTATE OF Thi
DAVID POTTER, DECEASED; JOHN asa
DOE; JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN TEN- rec
ANT(S) IN POSSESSION OF THE low
SUBJECT PROPERTY,,DEFENDANTS. pro
Devi
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE by I


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant
to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure dat-
ed the 19th day of May, 2010 and en-'
tered in case no 15-2008-ca-000025, of
the Circuit Court of the 3rd Judicial Cir-
cuit inland for Dixie COunty, FLorida
wherein DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE FOR
LONG BEACH MORTGAGE LOAN
TRUST 2002-5 is the Plaintiff and ED-
WARD POTTER; FREDA JULIANN
TYRE-POTTER; BENEFICIAL FLORI-
DA, INC.; UNKNOWN HEIRS, BENEFI-
CIARIES, DEVISEES, ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES
AND ALL OTHERS WHO MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST IN THE ESTATE OF
DAVID POTTER, DECEASED; JOHN
DOE; JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT(S) IN POSSESSION OF THE
SUBJECT PROPERTY are the defen-
dants. I will sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash at the FRONT DOOR
OF THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF
THE DIXIE COUNTY COURTHOUSE,
214 NE 351 HIGHWAY, CROSS CITY,
FL at the Dixie County Courthouse in
Cross City, Florida at 11:00 am on the
29th day of June, 2010, the following
described property as set forth in said
Final Judgment, to wit:

LOT TWENTY-FIVE (25).OF GREEN-'
VIEW SUBDIVISION-FIRST ADDITION,
AS RECORDEDIN PLAT BOOK.1,
PAGE 196-197 IN THE PUBLIC
RECORDS QF DIXIE COUNTY, FLORI-
DA. TOGETHER WITH A 1995 DOU-
BLE WIDE MOBILE HOME
ID#N87119A AND ID#N87119B ALONG
WLTH.THAT CERTAIN 1992 WEST
SINGLE WIDE MOBILE HOME IDENTI-
FIED BY VIN NUMBER
GAFLN75A14846WE,.

ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTER'.
EST IN THE SURPLUS'FROM THE"
SALE; IF!ANY, OTHHERR THAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE
DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST
FILE A CLAIM' WITHIN 60 DAYS AF-
TER THE SALE.
In accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) disabled
persons, who, because of their disabili-
ties, need special accommodation to
participate In this proceeding should
contact Marvin Brannin at 352-498-1246
or V 1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or FLorida
Relay Service at 150 NE CEDAR
STREET, CROSS CITY, FL 32628 prior
to such proceeding.

Dated this 19th day of May, 2010.

Dana D. Johnson
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Karen Leverett, Deputy Clerk
08-10376
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TWICE OF FORFEITURE COMPLAINT

U ARE NOTIFIED that the Dixie
inty Sheriff's Office has filed a com-
nt for forfeiture in In Re: Forfeiture of:
4 GMC Pick-up Truck (White) VIN#
TrEK14KXRZ517333, Case No. 10-
-CA filed in the Circuit Court of the
rd Judicial Circuit, In and For Dixie
inty, Florida, Dixie County Court-
se, P.O. Box 1206, Cross City, Florida
28. ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
notified that if you claim an owner-
p interest, lien, or perfected security
rest in these motor vehicles, you
required to serve a copy of your writ-
defenses, if any, to the complaint on
iam W. Blue, Attorney for Plaintiff
ise address is 115 W. Bay Street,
ry, Florida 32347, on or before July
2010, and file the original with the
rk of this Court either before service
Plaintiff's attorney or immediately
reafter; otherwise a default will be en-
id against you for the relief demanded
he complaint or petition.

e of First Publication: May 27, 2010
TEb: May 25,2010
22

SUWANNEE RIVER WATER
MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
PUBLIC NOTICE OF
APPLICATION

tice is hereby given that pursuant to
apter 373, Florida Statutes, the fol-
ring Environmental Resource applica-
n was received on May 20, 2010: .

wannee River Bridge Abutment De-
n & Scour Study, FDEP-Greenways
Trails, 3900 Commonwealth Blvd:,
lahassee, FL 32399, Environmental
source Permit Number 10-0113, was
eived for a total project area of .35
es with .0083 acres of work in, on, or
)r wetlands or other surface waters.
e project Is located in Township 10
uth, Range 13 East, Section 13, in
ie County.

rested persons may comment upon
application or submit a written re-
ist for a staff report containing pro-
sed agency action regarding the ap-
cation by writing to the Suwannee
er Water Management District, Attn:
source Management, 9225 C.R. 49,
e Oak, Florida 32060. Such com-
nts or requests must be received by
0 PM within 21 days from the date of
blication.

further public notice will be provided
arding this application. A copy of the
ff report must be requested In order
remain advised of further proceed-
s. Substantially affected persons are
titled to request an administrative
ring, pursuant to Title 28, Florida Ad-
nistrative Code, regarding the pro-
sed agency action by submitting a.
tten request after reviewing the staff
ort.




NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
CONCERNING A SPECIAL
EXCEPTION AS THE DIXIE COUNTY LAND
DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS.
BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS OF DIXIE COUNTY,
ORIDA, SERVING AS THE BOARD
ADJUSTMENT OF DIXIE COUNTY,

TWICE IS HEREBY GIVEN

iat pursuant to Ordinance No. 90-04,
amended, comments, objections and
ommendations concerning the fol-
ing described Special Exception as
vided for in the Dixie County Land
/elopment Regulations, will be heard
the Board of County Commissioners
Dixie County, Florida, at a public
ring on June 17, 2016 at 6:00 pm or
soon thereafter as the matter can be
ird, in the Board of County Commis-
ners meeting room, located at 214
351 Hwy, Cross City, Florida.

petition by Kermit L Prime requesting
special Exception to be granted as
vided in Section 4.4.5.9 of the Dixie
unty Land Development Regulations
permit a day camp, hunting camp, or
ilar use In an Agricultural Zoning dis-
t, one recreational vehicle on parcel
residential use only in accordance ,
h the petition dated April 20, 2010. To
located on the property as described
follows:

le County Parcel Number 21-08-13-
00-3749-0000 (78) Acres MOL
e public hearing may be continued to
i or more ftiture dates. Any interest-
party shall be advised that the date,
a and place of any continuation of
public hearing shall be announced
ing the public hearing and that no .
her notice regarding the matters will
published, unless said continuation
;eeds six calendar weeks from the
e of the referenced public hearing.
he aforementioned public hearing,
interested parties may appear to be
ird with respect to the proposed Spe-
Exception.

opy of the petition for Special Excep-
is available for, public inspection at
office of the Zoning Official located
05 SE 22nd Avenue Cross City,
rida during regular business hours.
persons are advised that if they de-
e to appeal any decision made at the
ve referenced public hearing, they
need a record of the proceedings,
I that, for such purpose, they may
id to ensure that a verbatim record
he proceedings, is made, which
ord includes the testimony and evi-
ice upon the appeal is to be based.'


Happy

Whatever...



June 2nd is

"Leave the Office Early Day,
National Bubba Day,
National Running Day, and
"Yell 'fudge" at the Cobras
in North America Day.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR DIXIE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO 10-028-CA

ZACK HARDIN AND MARY HARDIN,
PLAINTIFFS, VS.
JESSICA BRUCE AND VICTORIA
BRUCE, DEFENDANTS.

CLERK'S NOTICE OF SALE UNDER
F.S. CHAPTER 45

NOTICE IS GIVEN that, in accordance
with the Summary Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated May 20, 2010 in the
above-styled cause, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash, at the
Dixie County Courthouse at 11:00 a.m.
on July 20, ?010, the following de-
scribed property:

SEE ATTACHED EXHIBIT "A"

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.

Dated May 24, 2010

Dana Cannon Johnson, Clerk of Court
By: Karen Leverett, Deputy Clerk

EXHIBIT "A"

Parcel #18-10-13-4656-0000-0010 with
legal description of: Lot One (1) Cat
Fish Pond, unrecorded subdivision, ly-
ing In Section 18, Township 10 South,
Range 13 East, Dixie County, Florida
being more particularly described as:
Begin at the SE comer of the SW 1/4 of
the SW 1/4 of Section 18, Township 10
South, Range 13 East, thence run North
89 degrees 58'10" West along section
line 427.70 feet, thence run North 10
degrees 06'50" East 716.03 feet to the
South right-of-way line of the State
Road #55 for the Point of Beginning,
thence run South 82 degrees 21'30"
East along said right-of-way line 230.29
feet, thence run South 9 degrees 51'
West 116.62 feet, thence run South 84
degrees 19' West 239.78 feet, then
North 10 degrees 06'50' East 172 feet
to the Point of Beginning. Further de-
scribed as Lot One (1) of Cat Fish Pond
of the SW 1/4 of Section 18, Township
10 South, Range 13 East, Dixie County,
FLorida. Subject to the Florida Power
Corporation right-of-way easement. To-
gether with all improvements including
one 1981 Bayshore 14x52 mobile home
ID#EF2644/Title #19587030 and a
30'x40' metal building.
A/K/A 20864 SE US Highway 19, Old
Town, FLorida 32680.

SUBJECT TO: conditions restrictions,
reservations, limitations and easements
of record, if any, and zoning and other
governmental regulations.

21,22


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 3RD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DIXIl.
COUNTY, FLORIDA GENERAL JURIS-
DICTION DIVISINO
CASE NO: 15-2009-CA-000165

BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP,
F/K/A COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS
SERVICING, LP, PLAINTIFF, VS.
ROSAMUND L. TUBBS, II; ANGELA R.
TUBBS; ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN
PARTIES CLAIMING BY THROUGH,
UNDER AND AGAINST THE HEREIN
NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS)
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD
OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN IN-
TEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, DE-
VISEES, GRANTEES OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS; CAPITAL CITY BANK;
JOHN DOE AND JANE DOE AS UN-
KNOWN TENANTS IN POSSESSION,
DEFENDANTSS.

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant
to a Summary Final Judgment of Fore-
closure dated May 19th, 2010 entered
in Civil Case No 15-2009-CA-000165 of
the Circuit Court of the 3rd Judicial Cir-
cuit ina nd for DIXIE County, Cross
City, FLorida, I will sell,to the highest
and best bidder for cash at the FRONT
OF THE COURTHOUSE STEPS OF
THE DIXIE COUNTY COURTHOUSE
located at 214 NE 351 HIGHWAY in
CROSS CITY, Florida at 11:00 am on
the 29th day of June, 2010 the following
described property as set forth in said
Summary Final Judgment, to-Wit:

LOT 46, NATURAL HAMMOCK, AC-
CORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE
209 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
DIXIE COUNT, FLORIDA. TOGETHER
WITH A 2001 GENE DOUBLEWIDE
MOBILE HOME BEARING ID #'S GMH-
- GA6010901719AAND B.

Any person claiming an interest in the
'surplus from the sale, if any, toher than
the property owner as of the date of the
lis pendens, must file a claim within 60
days after the sale.

Dated this 26th day of May, 2010.

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

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McKain comes to defense of fired assistant state attorney


Congressional candidate Paul McKain, the conservative inde-
pendent challenging Rep. Allen Boyd in Florida's District 2,
has written an effective defense of assistant state attorney
KrisAnne Hall, who was fired by state attorney Skip Jarvis
for her participation in Tea Party rallies during her personal
time.

In a recent blog, Mr. McKain stated, "If, as it appears, Ms. Hall
did not use her office as a means to further her positions
when speaking to the various groups, I would consider it a vi-
olation of Ms. Hall's First Amendment rights by the State At-
torney's office."

Mr. McKain will be in attendance during Thursday's planned
rally in front of the state attorney's office in Live Oak, from
11:00am until l:00pm, and is encouraging others to research
the matter and join him. Supporters of Ms. Hall hope to ex-
press their concern over the breach of her First Amendment
rights.


AGENDA
Regular Meeting- Dixie County Courthouse
Commission Meeting Room
June 3, 2010 - 10:00 AM

The Dixie County Board of County Commissioners will meet on
Thursday, June 3, 2010, 10:00 AM in a regular meeting in the
County Commissioners Meeting Room, in the Dixie County Court-
house, Cross City, Florida.

1. Call to Order

2. Invocation and Pledge to the American Flag

3. Approval of Commission Minutes
Regular Meeting May 20, 2010
Workshop May 18, 2010
Special Meeting of May 27, 2010

PUBLIC HEARING: THE PUBLIC HEARING MAY BE CONTIN-
UED TO ONE OR MORE FUTURE DATES. ANY INTERESTED
PARTY IS ADVISED THAT THE DATE, TIME, AND PLACE OF
ANY CONTINUATION OF THE PUBLIC HEARING SHALL BE
ANNOUNCED DURING THE PUBLIC HEARING AND THAT NO
FURTHER NOTICE CONCERNING THE MATTERS WILL BE
PUBLISHED.'

I: A petition by Otis Hurst to request that, a variance be granted to
reduce the East side setback from fifteen (15) feet to four (4) feet
as provided by the site plan dated May 03, 2010 which is within a
Residential Single Family - Mobile Home (RSF-MH-1) Zoning
SDistrict to be located on the property described as follows:
Lot 10 of Casey's Cove Subdivision Dixie County Parcel number
30-09-10-0360-0000-0100

4. Hoyt "Buddy" Lamb, Suwannee Water and Sewer Man-
ager

5. Donna Warren
RE: Recycling Issues

6. Roy Fronk
RE: Noise Ordinance


7: Holly Houghton, County Agent
RE: Website downsizing Service and Municode

8. Don Ramdass, Passero Associates LLC
RE: Airport Grant

9. Tamara Tritter and Lee Martin
RE: County Insurance

10. North Florida Professional Services

11. Joe Ruth, Solid Waste Coordinator/ Mosquito Control Di-
rector

12. Jerry Prater, Veterans Service Officer

13. Rita Harris, Harris Administrative Services, Inc.

14. Big Bend Water Authority

15. John Jenkins, Building and Zoning:

16. Howard Reed, County Road Superintendent

17. Cindy Bellot, Librarian

18. Tim Alexander, Emergency, Services Director

19. Mike Cassidy, County Manager


Jennifer Ellison, County Attorney


21. Dana D. Johnson, Clerk of Court


County Commission Items

Vouchers Approved.

Adjourn


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

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


The Board meets the first Thursday of each month at 10:00 AM
and the third Thursday of each morth 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) 498-1200.

APPROVED:

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In closing


Thursday, June 2, 2010


Night of Champions


DCHS awards students



Dixie County High School
held an awards ceremony
to celebrate the end of an-
other school year on
Tuesday morning for
Freshmen, Sophomores
Juniors and Seniors.

A complete list of stu-
dents honored was not '''A
available at press time
but will appear in the Ad-
vocate next week.


65 ACRE WILDFIRE IN
TAYLOR COUNTY

On Sunday evening, person-
nel from the Florida Divi-
sion of Forestry, Foley Tim-
ber and Lands, Taylor Coun-
ty Fire Department and Tay-
lor County Sheriff's Office
responded to a 65 acre wild-
fire off of Puckett Road ap-
proximately two miles north
of Martin Electronics Inc.
Upon investigation, DOF
and Department of Agricul-
ture Law Enforcement found
that two trees had been
struck by lightning, indicat-
ing the cause and origin of
the 65 acre wildfire. One
structure and two outbuild-
ings were destroyed by the
fire. Another structure was
threatened but not damaged.
The wildfire continues to
smolder, and DOF crews
continue to monitor the
burned area. Motorists trav-
eling in the area should use
caution for the next few
days.

It is important to remember
that wildfire can affect a
community at any time
without warning, so be
ready and prepare your


Reed gets American
Revolution award

On May 20, 2010 at the Third
Judicial Circuit Law En-
forcement Association meet-
ing in Live Oak, Florida.
Ms. Holl? Reed, widow of
slain Dixie County Sheriff's
Office Captain Chad Allen
Reed, Sr. was presented the
Sons of the American Revo-
lution Heroism Medal in
honor of her husband.

Captain Chad Reed was shot
and killed in a shootout
with a man wanted for mur-
dering two elderly women
and shooting two other
women in Hernando County.

Following the shootings and
murders, the Hernando


A mobile home destroyed by the blaze


home now. A 30 foot zone of
'lean, lean, and green' de-
fensible space around your
home could prevent the de-
struction associated with
wildfire. There are many
steps a homeowner can take
to increase their safety and
reduce the risk of loss or
damage to their property in-
cluding:

*Remove flammable debris-
stich as pine straw and dead
leaves off of the roof and
out of gutters

* Do not let debris accumu-


County Sher-
iffs Office put
out an alert
for the sus-
pect and his
vehicle. The
vehicle was
spotted in
Dixie County
and deputies
began to fol-
low it with


the intention .
of stopping it
in a rural area once it passed
through town.

The driver of the vehicle
suddenly-pulled into a gas
station and then opened fire
on the deputies. Captain
Reed and the suspect were
both wounded during the
shooting., Both men were
transported to Shands Hospi-


late underneath structures

*Mow tall grasses and rake
leaves and pine straw away
from your home

*Regularly prune shrubbery
to remove excess growth and
dead branches

*Prune tree limbs 6- 10 feet.
off the ground and remove
climbing vines

*Dispose of yard clipping
promptly and legally


tal, where Captain Reed suc-
cumbed to h is wounds.

Captain Reed had served
with the Dixie County Sher-
iffs Office for 13 years and
was a graduate of the 238th
session of the FBI National
Academy He is. survived by
his wife Holly, and two chil-
dren, C.J. and Caden.


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