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COur 140th Year. Number 14
Friday. January 14, 2005
Madison, Florida 32340
Police Arrest Juvenile For Weapon At School
Rv Mike Moore School on Thursday, a Cpl. Joe Alexander son was charged with to .the Madison County a routine procedure. Ifo
G,',, P.i.,-"hi'nI. Inc. city police officer discov- placed Henry Roberson possession of a weapon Jail. weapons of any kind are
While doing a 100% ered a razor in the right under arrest and charged on school property. Officers conduct permitted on school prop-
search at Madison Excel pants pocket of a student. him with a felony. Rober- Roberson was taken searches at the school as erty.
Violence At School Results In Arrest.
By Mike Moore School and ended up making
Greene Pui bhhing. Inc. an arrest for violence.
Madison police were The incident occurred
called to a cla-,sroom at Excel Thursday in the classroom of
Madison City Commission
Handles Several Items
In Tuesday Meeting
By Mike Moore
Greene Publishing, Inc.
In a busy one-hour session, the Madison City Commission
covered a variety of items, Tuesday evening.
Members of the commission approved an interlocal agree-
ment. This plan, an arrangement involving the county. City of
Madison, Town of Lee, and Town of Greenville, will mean the
partners will continue have sales tax none) and v.ill use it to
help with the infrastructure work at the interstate. Madison
County has four 1-10 interchanges.
Eten though some state grant mone\ is no longer available.
the city has still applied for funds to improve the Lanier Field
Recreation Complex. Commissioners felt as though the\ still
needed to hate an application subminutted in the event that mon-
ey starts flowing again.
Police and fire departments presented monthly reports. The
city's financial report was also submitted.
Paula Arnold introduced herself as the nev\ director of the
Madison County Chamber of Commerce.
Ms. Hagan. Cpl. Joe Alexan-
der responded to a call and in-
terviewed a victim and a wit-
ness. A juvenile male was ac-
caused of punching another
student in the face with his
fist. He also was seen pushing
the victim into the wall.
After discussing the inci-
dent with the victim, the wit-
ness, and the accused,
Alexander, placed the juvenile
under arrest and transported
him to the Madison County
ARC Of Madison And Jefferson Counties
Receives 58,896 Grant From Able Trust
The Able Trust
Awarded a %58.896
grant to the ARC of
Madison and Jeffer-
son Counties to cre-
ate an emplo Nment
place program called
"Personnel Det elop-
ment Ser% ices" to as-
sist persons with dis-
abilities in gaining
employment in the
services are funda-
mental for individo-
als with disabil.I i 'c-
to obtain competitue The ARC NI
and long-term em- $58,896 to help c
ployment. The Able elopment Servi
trust is pleased to January 13. 200
support the ARC t ol ,
Madison and Jefferson Counties Person-
nel Development Service&s, program,"
said Sharon Griffith. MBA, President
and CEO of The Able Trust.
ARC of Madison and Jefferson
Counties was one of eight agencies
awarded funds from The Able Trust in
the second quarter of the 2005 Fiscal
Year. Since 1992, The Able Trust has
adison/JeTfferson recently received a grant i
create an employment place program called
ces". (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by E
granted over $382,096 to agencies and
individuals in Madison and Jefferson.
counties. It currently grants approxi-
mjtel $2 million each Near to individu-
als %with disabilities and nonprofit agen-
cies supporting employ ment-related pro-
grams for people with disabilities
The Able Trust, also know s as the
Florida Gov ernor's
Alliance for the Em-
ployment of Citizens
with Di abilities, is a
501(c 3) public-pri-
lished by the Florida
Legislature in 1990.,
Its mission is to be
the leader in provid-
ing Floridians vith
disabilities fair em-
.ao ut awareness and edu-
in the amount of cation. Since its es-
I Personnel De- tablishment. The
emerald Kinsle Able Trust has
awarded over $15
million to indi idual with disabilities
and nonprofit agencies throughout
Florida for employment related purpos-'
es. Its programs enable over 2,000
Florida citizens with disabilities to e.n'
ter the workforce each year.
Local contact for the ARC of Madi-
son and Jefferson Counties is Tim
Ressler at 850/973-4614.
Senior Citizens Council To Host Fundraiser
Stephen and Rae Pike
Stephen and Rae Pike introduced themselves to the cit\ of-
ficials. The couple recently purchased the old Presbyterian
Church building in Madison. A big renovation project has been
going on at the property for several months, transforming it into
a bed and breakfast and wedding chapel facilitI. A large wed-
ding with more than 100 out-of-town guests is scheduled for
April. The Pikes also' offered their help in creating new entrance
signs for the city. They recently obtained a large amount of
bricks when the old Pic-n-Save building downtown "as demol-
ished. They offered to use these bricks in the construction of
new signs. They plan to present: ideas and drawings at next
month's commission meeting.
Commissioners also discussed possible solutions to poor
road conditions in the Georgetow n area.
7.11 -.- ..
Rain in the morning,
2 FRI. NIGHT
By Mike Moore
Greene Publishing. Inc.
A "Celebrith Night" will'
draw some big names to0
Madison County as the local
Senior Citizens Council.
launches a fundraising pro-
gram. Goal of the effort is the
building ot a new senior cen-
ter for the county.
Saturday. January 22. is
the date of the kick-off din-
ner to be held at Yogi Bear's
JellI stone Park near 1-10 and
Donating their time as
servers will be State Senator
Al Lawson, State Represen-
tative Will Kendrick, Clerk
of Court Tim Sanders, Coun-
ty Commissioner Alfred Mar-
tin, School Superintendent
Lou Miller. Lee Cirt MNanag-
er Cheryl Archambault.
NFCC Vice President Doug
Brown. and School Board
member VeEita Hagan-
The Senior Citizens
Council renders preventative
services to the elderly of
Madison County and sur-
Cost of the dinner '1
$25.00 per-plate. The ment
includes western-style beef
and chicken. All proceeds
will go to the senior center.
For information, call
Health Concerns And New Program.
Presented At City Meeting
By NMke Moore
Greene Publishing. Inc.
Some interesting and dis-
turbing facts were presented
by Kim Barnhill of the Nladi-
son County Health Depart-
ment at Tuesday evening's
Madison, City Commission
Barnhill discussed the
"Step Up Florida Proclama-
tion and explained that MNadi-
son residents need to be aware
of several health and fitness
Mp M 6 re
Kim Barnhill weight
according to information giv-
en bN Barnhill. About 60% of
adult reSiiaents report no regu-
lar moderate physical activity.
High blood pressure is report-
ed by 41%.of adults here and
14.4% of all adults in Madison
County have been told they
The Step Up Florida pro-
gram is a non-competitite
physical activity event. The
goal is to get individuals of all
ages taking part in physical
activities in the community.
All of the state's counties will
be involved in the February
event with one, of the four
"routes" beginning in Madi-
son County.The routes will be-
gin on separate dates but will
all culminate in Orlando.
Each route consists of
people who will complete the
journey across the county
through walking, running, bik-
ing, ka. aking. swimming,
rollerblading, or skateboard-
Various businesses and
groups will be working to-
gether to get Madison County
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Step Back In Time.......... 13A
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VIEWPOINTS & OPINIONS
Friday, January 14, 2005
The Ginger Jar
I should be back from vacation this coming Monday. I'm writ-
ing this the Friday before I leave and I hope that I have a happy
S 'eek. I need one. This past week has been hectic for me.
I was supposed to be on vacation this week. Mike Moore had
pneumonia and couldn't work. Since he and I are the only reporters,
"I had to come in. I didn't lack for front page news. I ended up car-
'Tying my father to the emergency room on Tuesday afternoon. (He
had an infection and he seems to be doing well now.) It has just
been one thing after another.
I'm looking forward to a quiet, peaceful vacation. I'm hoping
to read a book or two. Maybe watch a movie. I just don't want to
think about the news world. I may not even watch the news on tele-
--.vision or read a newspaper when I'm not working. I feel that will
* make me a better reporter when I get back. I usually get burnt out
this time of year and it's time for me to recharge my batteries.
I'm also planning on reading the Bible and praying this week.
.I also ask all of my readers to say a little prayer for me, asking God
to strengthen me and my resolve and to give me a year full of good
Until next week-Amen.
Potash Corp to Donate
$1 M For Tsunami Relief
Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan, Inc. (parent company of PCS
C Phosphate White Springs) said January 3 that it will donate $1 mil-
lion (U.S.) to tsunami relief efforts. The organization receiving the
money has yet to be decided, but the selection has been narrowed
to a handful of reputable organizations. "When we look at the mag-
Snitude of the donation, we want to ensure we distribute it responsi-
bility," said Tom Pasztor, PotashCorp director, corporate and gov-
ernment relations. "It's important to the company that funds get to
the people in the affected areas on a sustained basis.".
When the devastation first hit, PotashCorp responded with, a
$10,000 donation to Doctors Without Borders. The amount was in-,
creased to $1 million once the extend of the damage grew. "The is
an area of the word where we are certainly not strangers," said
Pasztor, noting that many employees ha% e helped each of the coun-
ties affected to develop food production systems. "We know these
people. ... .
Not as customers, but as friends." PotashCorp also adjusted its
matching gift program for donations toward the relief. Employee
donations will still be matched dollar for dollar, but there %w ill be no
minimum or maximum contribution.
The children of Franklin and Louise Carroll would like to
invite everyone to a reception in honor of their parent's 50th
wedding anniversary. The reception will be at the Greenville
Woman's Club on Sunday, January 30, from 2:00 5:00. The
Woman's Club is located on 221 South in Greenville, FL. No
invitations are being sent, however, We would like to welcome
everyone to share in this blessed occasion with our family.
Deadibr to Enter Monday january 17th005
D deadline to. Enter, N10n day, january, i7th
The Nladison County. Leg-
islative Delegation will be' hold-
ing a public hearing in Madison,
Florida on Wednesday, January
26 at 6:30 p.m. The hearing will
be held at the North Florida Com-
munity College Student Center.
All residents and elected of-
ficials are invited to attend. This
hearing will allow the citizens the,
opportunity to meet 'their legisla-
tors, discuss their concerns, ask
questions and offer comments for
the upcoming 2005 Legislative
210 Senate Office'
4104 South NMonroe Street
Having a "Different"
Child Can Be Entertaining
Little did the Road Runner and I know that bringing a child
into the world would provide us with endless hours of entertain-
ment. Our major reason for birthing a son instead of adopting was
that hubby wanted offspring with his own blood. That reason quick-
ly took a back seat to the fun we had with the baby.
Dave Letterman recently showed a home video of his little
Harry learning to walk. He, his audience, and I laughed uproarious-
ly as the toddler wobbled his way around his home. I recalled the
days when The Kid learned to crawl, then walk, then run. He was
so cute, you couldn't help but smile.
But The Kid was different. With an IQ bordering on genius
level, he found unusual paths to untying life's little knots. We nev-
er knew what to expect from him, except to expect the expected.
We hung a tire swing on a rope in the big backyard pecan tree.
Did The Kid sit in it and sw ing? No. He hung across it on his tum-
my, swaying by the hour, little hands pushing off once in a while in
the black dirt, blond hair floating back and forth just above that dirt.
Yes, I have pictures.,
When I took him to register for kindergarten, he sat beside me
while "Miss Lila" and I swapped information. Then she handed me
the enrollment form, on which I wrote his name. He looked at it,
then commanded me to change it and put his real name. For about
a year around that time, he was Underdog. (Ha! Some of you are
smiling fondly; you recall Underdog. For the rest of you, Underdog'
was a cartoon character back in the early seventies.) I had little
choice; with a rueful glance of apology to Miss Lila, I registered my
son in kindergarten as Underdog.
That w\as an e\entful and hilarious year. Miss Lila was forev-
er relating tales of how Underdog had completed an assignment in'
a way quite different frori the usual. But he. was a real winner in
:he end; at graduation, he was the first and only student allowed by
Miss Lila to sing a solo in front of an audience. He sang the verses
to "Purple People Eater" while the rest of the class joined him on
the chorus: Yeah, we were the proud parents. (and to this day, we
are proud of his musical talents.)
His first- and second-grade teachers would sometimes call and
say, "Look closely at Don's math paper today when he brings it
home." We would dutifully inspect the paper. Yes, it -% as different.
An example: the directions at the top said, "Circle a group of five
frogs." On the page would be several sets of frogs one of five
frogs, one of six, one of three, etc. Did The Kid circle the set of
five? Oh, no. His circle would cull out three frogs from one of the
groups and two from another. None of that pre-counted stuff for
him. On another sheet with plus, minus, and equal signs amongst
the numbers, he would do the work, then make train smokestacks
out of all the ones, complete with smoke. The equal signs often be-
eab6 ealdSss?s i" "*' m TIB I
One year near Easter time, his Sunday School teacher had the
class draw the Easter bunn\ w ith a basket of eggs. She was highly
amused when she gave us his drawing of the colorful Easter di-
nosaur handing out eggs from a large basket.
He made up his first riddle when he was six. "What's brown
and hangs from a lihmb and is stuffed with feathers" Answer: "A
caterpillow." Well. we thought it was great. He was onJ\ six. \ou
The point is that we truly. enjoyed having a "different" child.
We seldom tried to shove him into a mold or pack him into a bo\.
With him in the house, %we had instant entertainment %without paYing
the price of a ticket. Now he is 36. and we're glad we let him be
himself. And bo\. did we have fun over the ,ears. Now. as an adult,
he takes some pride in bein g weird.
So your kid is different? Do not despair. Just sit back, relax.
and go wiith it. Laugh. smile, chortle, and videotape all that you
can. Whdt \ou don't use to regale the grandparents, you can aliavys
employ as blackmail V hen he starts dating..
Have a kid? Have fun. .. .
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I have never considered myself a complicated person. Now
I am sure there are those who would say, "My goodness, you are
a woman, which is reason enough to be complicated". Perhaps
this is so, but I still don't think I am a complicated person. I like
simple things, my life is simply lived. My desires or wants are
not complicated. Very simple things bring pleasure in my life.
Probably,the most complicated things I own are my computer,
digital camera, and a couple of my high tech sewing/embroidery
In truth these high tech gadgets are not that complicated to
operate, it is a matter of having to constantly get out the manual
books. I have finally learned to use my digital camera to where
1 am more comfortable with it now. It takes good pictures and is
just fine for my use on the Internet. In fact, I even used my dig-
ital camera to make a cute label for the back of granddaughter
Enmma's first birthday quilt. I made the label having my picture
in it. so she will always remember that her Nonnie made her the
quilt. Then I was able to type in a special message for Emma.
plus the date of her birthday. I was able to use colors that blend-
ed well with the regular backing fabric I used for the quilt. Then.
this large label was printed onto photo/sensitive fabric, heat
treated and then stitched into the backing fabric and now is a part
of Emma's quilt.
I couldn't help but think how my mother and grandmother
would have loved to have been able to do this %with their own
sewing. Modem techniques have come such a long way since
their sewing days of years ago.
Mi grandmother Irene, my mother's mom, loved to em-
broidery. Of course she did all hers by hand. I learned also from
her when I was a little girl. Many tea towels and pillowcases
were stitched with my hand stitches. However, as simply as I
love to live, I must admit I appreciate the fact that I can sit down
to my sewing machines that can also embroider and I can have
some designs added to my garments in not time at all.
The one thing that bothers me is since I don't do this every-
day. I always seem to have to refresh myself and get out the
manuals. There seems to always be one little thing I forget how
to do. But, I am getting better.
When I got my computer, thankfully I could call my daugh-
ter for help. I have really learned so much even I am surprised at
times what I do know. I just feel sorry for those people who are
scared of the newer Tec knowledge we have around us today.
My hubby is one of those people. He won't even attempt to
turn on the computer. However he does like the fact that I can
.look up information for him %%hen he needs ji
I am proud of him though as he now uses-a eell. phone. It,
took me forever it seemed to get him to use one. But, he uses it
all the time with his business now. I have one, but very seldom
use it. I keep it strictly for emergencies while driving in my car.
Several years ago he did get a pager. I had to laugh as he never
could remember how to delete messages. so he would just re-
move the battery everyday.
As we are in the process of moving to another home. I have
said to myself several times this past week. how I wished I could
find certain products that I used to use years ago. I just can't fig-
ure out why a company will stop making a product that is good.
does the job and no one complains about it. Some of the ne"er
products on the market today are really pretty in color but just
don't clean as they did years ago.
All in all. I love many of the modem conveniences I use in
my everyday living, but I also like the fact that I am able to still
enjoy much simpler things in my life that mean a lot to me. It is
extremely quiet where we are moving. I am so glad for this. I
love my quiet times. I can think or daydream without interrup-
tion. This is important to me.
I am privileged to be living in the world where I can take ad-
vantage of both the modem high techs but at the same time I am
able to fall back into what pleases me the most, the simpler
times. I enjoy making my own breads, and I used to do this all
the time. I admit now however, I enjoy my bread making ma-
chine. I especially enjoy the dough feature it has. My machine
does most of the work for me and lets me put on the finishing
touches. The taste is still as I remember, just'as tasty as when to-
tally made by me. I like the fact that if I am busy or off to town,
someone can leave me a message on my phone. When my moth-
er was living and her eyesight was getting so bad. we liked that
we could get her books on tape to listen to. She used to read so
much when she had time, with the tapes she could still enjoy
some of her favorite books.
I am not a clothes horse so to speak. I can go for years and
not buy anything new. This is not important to me. When I find
clothes that are comfortable or that I just like the colors. I take
good care of them and they will last me forever it seems. This is
a simple part of me. If I move a piece of furniture to a certain
spot, it will stay there forever. Ha. or until the next
move............we make. Now. my daughters love to move their
furniture around all the time. The new house has an area in the
master bedroom that could be made into a small sitting area for
reading. I may do this after all else is done.
I must close and get some more packing done. I need to
think on a new name for my column also as I always name my
column to represent wherever I am living. I will be on Nob Hill
Lane this time. This sounds a wee bit fancy to me. Fancy I am
I'll think on this, in the meantime you keep smil-
Celebrating mN father. Eddie Haynes is an honorable and
right thing to do. God in His infinite wisdom sent Daddy into
the lives of his parents. Willie and Cora Haynes. who have al-
ready gone home to li\e with the Lord. He shared his life at
home \with i 17 sisters and brothers. He still spends time w% ith
and stays in touch w ith his siblings: Alberta Johnson. Idella Bar-
rett. Cora B. Haynes. James Haynes. Henry Haynes, Re\.
Thomas Haynes. Albert (AJ) Ha\nes. Jimmy Haynes. and Eu-
Daddy married my Mother. Annie Lee. when she was t15).
God placed Edna Ithat.s met. E\elNn. and Carrie into their lives.
and entrusted them to love them and raise these three girls in the
knowledge of God. From our Mother.s womb we began to
know God. Carrie went home to live with God January 14.
1998. and Evelyn and I are daily living as yielded vessels with
one desire and that is to serve and please God. Daddy and Moth-
er lived. loved, traveled. and had challenges like everyone else.
However. they honored their marriage covenant for (55) years.
August 18.2004. Mother made her heavenly exit from this earth
to fulfill her life-long goal of living with Father. Her departure
has left a void that only God can fill. Daddy says that she still
keeps him company at night. and. still wraps her feet around his
feet while he sleeps. That sustains and keeps him, until they
meet in eternity.
God daily equips Daddy to be a lo\ ing and supportive fa-
ther. grandfather, and great-grandfather. His role is greater, be-
caui.se his help mate is no longer k ith him. but his heart desires
So a blesed job, and Goq has proimsed to bless that which is
in his heart, Daddy lo\es God first, and he.loves his church.
Pineland Missionary Baptist Church %where he has served as a
Deacon for most of his Christian life.
Daddy loves his community and has great compassion for
those in need. When he can meet the needs of (anyone.), he does.
We assure him all the time that all that he has given all of his
life. God is going to give back to him. (k100 fold), until it,s over-
flowing. This ill allow him to have e\en more to give, because
according to the Word, when we give. it is given back to us.
It is important that we daily gile honor \\here honor is due.
Therefore, \e celebrate Eddie Haynes: father, grandfather,
great-grandfather. deacon, friend, advocate for the needy, and
most of all servant of the Most High God. Toda). and for the rest
of your life, \ve, who lo\e you speak blessings and abundance
into your life.
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-fWday, january 14, 2005
Less Calories Per Day
Now that the holidays are over, most of us make that News
Year's to drop a few pounds and get fit. Sometimes, we are too
hard on ourselves when we're trying to lose weight. Weeat
some pretty awful testing foods, forgo getting 'together With
friends if food is involved, or take the joy out of eating through
a monotonous and limited diet.
As a general rule, it is better to aim for a gradual weightloss
of no more than 1/2 to 2 pounds per week. Sometimes all it
takes is modify ing ourcurrent eating habits. Alice Henneman,
R.D., Extension Nutrition Specialist at the University of Ne-
braska recently shared a few strategies for easy changes that will
reduce your daily caloric intake without starving. Each change
will save you about 100 calories. Modify your milk Instead
of drinking twro cups of \\hole milk. s%% itch to t\wo cups of Ic%
low fat milk or skim milk. The nutrients are comparable, but you
are sa% ing calories.
Rethink your drink Drink a diet soda instead of a regu-
lar soft drink and save 150 calories. A better option yet, is to
drink w after.
Dress. don't drown your salad If Nou've been using 3 or
more tablespoons of dressing, try cutung back to 1 1/2 table-
spoons of dressing or less. Or experiment with some of the re-
duced calorie versions even then. your salad %\ill taste best if
"dressed" not "drowned'".
\VWatch your bread and spread Limit the amount of bread
and spread eaten before the main course to one serving when
dining out. You alwaNs can eat more later if you're still hungry.
Count your cookies A single medium sized cookie easi-
ly can ha\e about 100 calories. Often we pop two or more into
our mouths before we realize it. If you feel you're not getting
enough "crunch" by limiting yourself to one cookie. try eating
an apple instead the calories are similar and you are getting
Be size-\% ise w ith fast food Calories from fast foods add
up quickly. If you are eating fast food, change a few of your or-
dering strategies. Skip the mayonnaise. order the smallest size
of fries and split them with a friend. Instead of fries, consider a
side salad with a fat-free or reduced calorie dressing. It's still
important to check the calories on the salad dressing.
All of these strategies will help reduce your total caloric in-
Friday, January 14, 2005
4A The Madison Enterprise-Recorder AROUND I MADISON COUNTY
Madison Correctional Inmates
Spread Holiday Cheer
Ffl.- Jn 1 th St.- an 1t
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Young ladies are being
sought for the Miss Florida
The Miss Florida Sunshine
Pageant will be held February
12, 2005, at the Van H. Priest
Auditorium 6n the North Flori-
da Community College campus.
The pageant is open to all
single young ladies, ages 17-24,
from Madison, Leon, Jefferson,
Wakulla, Suwannee, Taylor,
Dixie, Lafayette, Hamilton,
Baker and Columbia Counties.
Those young ladies who are 17
must be a senior in high school.
The winner of the pageant
will receive a $1,000 college
scholarship, an official Miss
America crown and various
The Miss Florida Sunshine,
Pageant is d preliminary to the
Miss Florida/Miss America
Pageant. This means that % ho-
ever wins the local title in Feb-
ruary will proceed. on to the
Miss Florida Pageant, in June,
in St. Petersburg. The winner of
Miss Florida will then proceed
to the Miss America Pageant.
Contestants. in Miss Flori-
da Sunshine will compete in
Private Interview, Evening
Gown, Swimsuit and Talent.
Contestants will also select
a "platform" and speak on that
subject during private interview
and the on-stage question. The
"platform" as adopted into the
Miss America system in 1989.
and has become a \ital part of
the pageant. Miss Florida trav-
els the state speaking and teach-
ing on her platform to approxi-
inately 50,000 school children
and adults, depending on %\ hat-
ever her platform happens to be.
The Miss America organi-
zation is the leading provider of
scholarships for young %%omen
in the world. Each year. more
than $41 million in cash and tu-
ition assistance is made avail-
able to the young women who
compete inrr the system. This as-
'sistance is not just for the hand-
ful of young women who be-
come Miss America, but is
available to the over 12,000
young women who compete in
the state and local competitions
Toni Blanton will crown
the winner of the Miss Florida
Sunshine Pageant. She won the
Miss North Florida Community
College title last year. The
pageant has since been renamed
the Miss florida Sunshine
Anyone wishing to com-
pete in Miss Florida Sunshine
should call Emerald Kitisley,
Pageant Coordinator, at (850),
.973-3497. Deadline to enter is
Monday, January 17. "
.Local Boy Scouts
Greene Publishing. Inc.
One of America's best-known or-
ganizations has stepped up in the relief
effort for those suffering in the tsuna-
mi disaster. And here in Madison
County the local group is planning to
do its part.
The BoN Scouts of America,.
Troop 633. has jumped on board to
help. Boys and leaders voted to host a
Scoutreach e'ent to raise mone for
those in need.
The JanuarN 29 activity %ill be
held on the Madison Counts court-
house laNn. In addition to Boy Scout
demonstrations, there \\ill several ex-
Scouts will offer campsite demon-
strations. giveaways. cooking safety
tips. rope and knot demo, fire safety
and first aid demos, bicycle safety and
repair information, fire starter demo.
Scout games. and other activities.
The troop is seeking donations
from businesses and citizens through-
our the area. Donation jars %%ill be set
up at the event.
Scoutmaster is Norman Bright-
well and assistant is Keith Kirkland.
Formore information call-inetteeHill
4 .Q"ga"izs have set up.- account
f.irst- NationuilBnto begin-accpt-
ing phone donations.
The bank phone number is 973-
8700. The account number iJ
U.S.D.A. Select Western Lykes Lean & Tender Whole or Rib Hall
BONELESSRIBEYEORDELMONICO jumbo Franks PORK LOIN
TEAK 99. ROAST C
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LEG QUARTERS SLICED BACON SMOKED SAUSAGE PIN
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Sunset Farms Premium D.L. Lee's Center Cut Tom and Ted's 3 Lb. Nabisco
SMOKED SAUSAGE HAM SLICES SLICED BACON A
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Old Fashioned Country Cured Fresh, Family Pack D.L. Lee I
HOCKS Grade A" SMOKED PICNICS 32 Oz.
$1 59 CHICKEN WINGS $ 19 zMi
LB. 'j, I LB.
FLANDERS 5 LB. Lean and Tasty Boneless
BEEF PATTIES BEEF STEW
4 EA. L LB. 2LB.
Fresh Green Fresh Yellow YELLOW All
JALAPENO SWEET FROZE
PEPPERs SQUASH 6
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New Crop Chilean Golden Ripe Fresh juicy A
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SAVE WITH OUR U,S.#1--8 Lb. Bag All in Shell Nuts B(1
SPECIALLY MARKED RUSSET BAKING WALNUTS, PAPI
PIck-5 P ATOES BRAZIL NUTS,
MEAT SPECIALS AND
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Varieties I G.A
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BLACK PEPPER TOMATOES
5 0 TO E Certificates of Deposit
McCormik Chili or Brown 1 ... r
lGRAVY MIX -F Provided by Keith Hargrove, State Farm
I FOR FOR Fixed Rate Certificates of Deposit
IGA Tuna or Little Debbie Effective from 01/05/2005 01/11/2005.
HAMBURGER HELPERS SNACK CAKES Interest Rates Annual Percentage
$ Prged'i.09',1.29 Yield (API
FOR $ FORt5 90-day** 1.73% 1.75%
Parkay Quarters Banquet Frozen 180-day** 2.37% 2.40%
MARGARINE DINNERS 1-year 2.47% 2.50%
5 ".-."'nJC5 5 $5 ;':":" 2-year". ; :. 3.20%. 3.25%" .
5 FOR 5 5 FOR 5 year 3.34% 3.40%
Dozen All Varieties 4-year" 3.59% 3.66%,
r MEDIUM EGGS BLUE BELL RD. HALF 5-year 3.92% 4.00%
.m s GALLON ICE CREAM *Jumbo CDs are available. **IRA Certificates of Deposit
SFOR are not available in 90 anid 180 day terms.
McCormick Bag and ,
SEASONING MIXES 0 $ ) Jumbo Fixed Rate Certificates of Deposit
S0 Effective from 01/05/2005 -01/11/2005.
.PACKS FOR ,EA. Jumbo Interest Rate*
Fresh Frozen 2 Lb. 5 LB. CLEAR BAG Jumbo APY*
LIMA BEANS, FIELD FRENCH FRIES 90-day** 1.83% 1.85%
PEAS, SPECKLED 0% S 180-day** 2.47% 2.50%
BUTTERBEANS OR FOR 1-year 2.57% 2.60%
BLACKEYE PEAS 24 Oz 2-year 3.30% 3.35%
2i HEINZ KETCHUP 3-year 3.44% 3.50%
S .4-year, 3.68% 3.75%
BAGSFOR 2 5-year 4.02% 4.10%
90 Oz. Boxes HAWAIIAN Minimum opening deposit required for a
JTREND umbo CD is $100,000.
TREND PUNCH *.. IRA Certificates of Deposit are not available in
DETERGENT GALLO RINKS 90 and 180 day terms.
2 0.?$5 2.5r$STATE"FAR
Kingsford 20 Lb. Bag 96 Oz.
CHARCOAL ULTRA STATE FARM SELECT AGENT
$ 0O0 CLOROX KEITH G.
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200 WV. Base St.
Youn ladies Soughr Eor
Miss E o7rida Sunshine Papeanr
Friday, Janaury 14, 2005
AROUND MADISON COUNTY
The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 5A
Douglas John Oliver
Douglas John Oliver
Douglas John Oliver, age
52, passed away December 9,
2004 in Madison.
Memorial services will be
11:30 a.m. Saturday,- January
15, 2005 at Gant Lake Baptist
Church in Webster (Sumter
County). Interment will be at
Linden Cemetery., For further
information, please call Beggs
Funeral Home at 850-973-
2258 or 1-800-555-1081.
William Thomas Berry III
William T. "Bill" Berry III, age 81, a retired Purchasing
Agent of Wood Veneer, lost his 2 1/2 year battle with lymphoma
at this home in Monticello on Thursday, January 6, 2005.
Services were Sunday, January 9 at 2:00 p.m. in the First
Baptist Church of Monticello. Visitation was Saturday, January
8 from 5-7 p.m. at Beggs Funeral Home Monticello Chapel. In-
terment followed the services at Oakfield Cemetery.
Bill was born in 1923 in Galak, Virginia. Bill served his,
country during World War II as a 2nd Lieutenant in the U.S. Air,
Force as a pilot. He also served in the U.S. Marine Corps. He
continued his love of fl ing airplanes throughout his, life.
Bill graduated from Virginia Tech % ith a degree in Indus-
trial Engineering. He retired from the Bassett, Pulaski and Stan-
ley furniture business in Virginia in 1981, where he worked as a
purchaser of wood veneer for furniture manufacturing for the
He was a member of the First Baptist Church of Monticel-
lo and a number of civic organizations including the Amencan
Legion. Bill loved his church family and all his many friends
who shared his love for the great outdoors and golf.
Bill is survived by his wife, Lottie Berrn: a son and daugh-
ter, Russ Berry of Monticello and Mary Todd Berry of Sebring;
three step-daughters, Cheryl James and husband Kemper of
Madison. Jackie Lancaster of Seagro\e. North Carohlina, and'
Teresa Price and husband Randy of Arcadia, La. and six grand-
Friends are asked to make contributions to Big Bend Hos-
pice, 1723 Mahan Center Blhd.. Tallahassee. Fla. 32308 or to
the Building Fund of the First Baptist Church of Monticello.
P.O. Box 493, Monticello, Fla. 32345.
Jessica CL aire
Jan 25, 1984
Jessica was loving. She always
had a hug for you which made .
you jeet you we
braced by an ang
was always rescue
and dogs. She
had an aquarium
in her room.
es. She \ias a.
ridt r and itrtin
iwa'. more hors
ere boeig, em- e
ling birds /.
i of fish
e than F.H
- Jan 3, 2005
many friends, guys and girls,
young and old. She v.-as loved
Jessica was beau-
tytil. creative and loved
Jessica loved her
S family and her family
Jessica is survived
bI her brother: An-
Sgusi a fre'llllna at
SHigidh School. her
Jessica ias a hali n mother: Frannv Dav-
worker. She wore out the enport: and by
rugs in Denny's joyfully Mihel le Mack and taln-
serving everyone. :-:: iiv. all of Madison: Dawn
Jessica was courageous. ,, Longr and Tony Tiubl. and
She danced to her own rine. \t .. nilv. of Ft. Pierce, Fl.: and
She was true to herself She stood *na aunts. uncles, cousins,
or wvhat shle tblievcd ini. ami t.llowed nieces, and nephews.
he r heart. She is dearly loved and will be missed
Jessica was a good dancer. She by all.
danced for 10 years at Miss Becky's Dance Donations may be made to a memorial
Studio. fund at Mladison County Community Bank
a good friend. She had
or Wachovid Bank of Madison.
January 14,, -.. ..,. ,
A United Nations Organization informational program spon-
sored by American Freedom Organization. 7:00X) p.m. at the Madison
Public Library. Contact person is Bill Gilliam at 948-4555.
Singles Dance Party, hosted by, Positive Christian Singles.
every Friday at 1650 River Street (1/4 mile east of Sam's Clubi. Val-
dosta. Dance lesson from 8-8:30 p.m.: DJ plaN s country. oldies, &
pop rock from 8:30-11 p.m. $8 admission includes snacks & be'er-
ages. Info: 229-242-3797. .-
Singles Fun & Friends. sponsored by Positive Christian Sin-
gles, 7 p.m. in McKe\ Park, Valdosta. Coed %olle\ ball. basketball.
darts, board games, & refreshments. Children welcome. Free. Info:
America's First Family of Bluegrass will perform at the Spirit
,'of the Su%\ annee Music Park. Opening for the Le\\ is Family \ ill be
'Heather Allen and True Heart.
The Suwannee Valley Bluegrass Association gets together at
the Pickin" Shed every Saturda\ evening at the Spirit of the Su% an-
nee Music Park in Live Oak.
Living with Diabetes session at South Georgia Medical Cen-
ter's Diabetes NManagement Center at 7:00 p.m.. located inside
SGMC's Specialty Clinic at 3018 North Patterson St. Participation
is free & open to all people with da4be., U c4 aciih cgica. ,g.eak- .
er w ill be Katie Somer. RD. LD. Topic is Shed Those Holiday
Pounds. Additional info, call Dawn Taylor @ 1229249-4121
Senior Citizen Council of Madison County will conduct Out-
reach from 1:30 till 2:30 p.m., at Pinetta Post Office. Anyone need-
ing information on our services please feel free to stop by.
The National Alliance for the Nlentall Ill (NAMI) will meet at
7:00 p m. at Greenleaf Center's Ourpatient Center, 2209 Pineview
Drive. The support group is for fainilh & friends 6f persons with
mental disorders. Consumers of metal health services are also \%el-
come to attend. For more info, call Renee Drier (<' (229)671-6613./
Dix orce & Datinm Support Group. sponsored by Positi e Chris-
tian Singles, at 7 p.m at the Valdosta Libraj), \\Voodrow Wilson Dri-
ve. Topic: How% to find iour soulmate. All single, separated, & di-
vorced persons are invited. .Free. Info: 229-242-3797.
January 21 .
Post-Storm Tmiber Tax & Forest Health Issues ideoconfer-
ence from 4:30 7:00 p.m. attheN Madison County Extension Office.
AddLeic ,es die casualty loss & forest health issues brought on bN the
destructive 2004 hurricane season. Due to limited space. registra-
tion is required. Contact Chris Demers @352-846-2375 or 4de-
mers@"ifas.ufl.edu to register. ,
OL Tallahassee-Leon County
On sale at the TLCCC Box office, all tidkia11Mar outlets charge by
phone: 850-222-0400 or 800-322-3602 A..., I.. .S. e.I.. M ,,.i.. ;.
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6A The Madison Enterprise-Recorder
AROUND MADISON COUNTY
Friday, January 14, 2005
For more than 60 years, audiences around the world h
thrilled to the beautiful Moonlight Serenade played by
Glenn Miller Orchestra. Now north Floridians can enjoy
themselves the distinctive sounds of one of the most popu
dance bands in history. Billed as the World Famous Gl
Miller Orchestra, and deservedly so, the band performs 7 p
Tues, Jan. 25 at the Van H. Priest Auditorium of North Flor
Community College in Madison. Tickets are $11 for adults
$6 for children.
Launched in 1938 by the legendary Glenn Miller, the da
:band was one of the most successful of its kind during
* Swing Era of the 1930s and 40s. Known for its very distinct
"sound" created by clarinet and tenor sax interplay with trc
bones and trumpets adding background oo-ahs, the band
had nore hits in one year that any other group in recording
tory. Chattanooga Choo-Choo earned the first Gold Rec
ever awarded to a performing artist.
During World War II Miller organized and led the Gl
By Rob Fisher.
Director of Suppl\ Chain. Nels/le
Nestle Waters North America has lust celebrated the first anni\ersar\ of its ne%% bot-
tling facility in Madison County and %%e ha\e been extremely\ pleased %with the quality of
the work force w\e'\e assembled here and \with the 'warm \welcome \we'\e received from
the community of Lee in Madison County \\here our plant is located. Our facility\ has ex-
ceeded its production and hinng goals and brought a much-needed boost to the local econ-
However, there has been some confusion over the past couple of weeks about the issue
of our 2004 tax assessment. Put simply, we believe;that the assessment of our building at
$85 per square foot was not done in accordance with accepted appraisal practices. We be-,
lieve the actual value of our building and plant site as it stood on January 1, '2004, which
the,2004 assessment is based upon is closer to $56 per square foot. We derived that num-
ber from a nationally accepted appraisal guide, and, while it is still more than the cost of
construction, it is at least a number that can be justified.
One factor that should influence taxable value is a comparison to other, similar facili-
ties. In Madison County, the only other similar facility would be Smithfield Packing (for-
merly Dixie Packers), which was assessed at $17 per square foot. That's one-fifth the as-
sessed value of the Nestl6 Waters facility. Even considering that our plant is brand new.
there's no waN there could be that much difference in taxable Ialue.
Like many other property owners. Nestle Waters has challenged the appraisal and
asked that it be lowered to the $56 per-square-foot value. Unlike any other properly[ ow n-
er. ho\we\er. Nestle Waters has offered to make up the difference in property-tax- in 2005
'through a pan ri'entin lied i of'Taxes. In other \words',",e \\ill ,till phy our full tax bill for
"00)4 regardless of w whether the assessment is lowered.
NMan people hae wondered aloud
Madison Count\ School Board and the other taxing authorities
are counting on the full amount .and-ha\e built their 2005 bud-
gets accordingly. \We do not %want school children and other
citizens to suffer because of this situation. Rob Fisher
On the other hand,, we cannot in good conscience let this ap- :
praisal go unchallenged. ,I doubt any responsible business would. Itis very much like be-
ing overcharged at the grocery store or a restaurant. Even if you don't get your money
back, you certainly want the folksin charge to know about.it. And, you want to make cer-
tain that it doesn't happen again.
For Nestl6 Waters, that menms making certain this inaccurate appraisal isn't used as a
precedent for later assessments in Madison County or in other cities or states where we op-
erate. But for the taxpayers of Madison County, it also should mean making sure that this
practice isn't repeated with other properties.
We work hard every day to be a good corporate neighbor to the people of Madison
County. We are sponsors of numerous local events and our employees participate in the lo-
cal fundraising efforts such as the Untied-Way- We provide good. stable jobs for a grow-
ing number of residents. And. we contribute substantially to the communitN's ta\ base.
We are also a responsible business that sta\s in business because xe are careful to treat
others fairly. and remain committed to the future of Madison Counti.
Rob Fisher is Director of Suppl\ Chain for Nestle' Waters North America and directs;
the company's operations at the Madiqon b'trlingf:Jcilit_. t '
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ave A...-Miller Army Air Force Band. He was on a flight that disap-
the "peared over the English Channel December 1944. Due to pop-:
for ular demand, the Miller Estate authorized the formation of the
ular present Glenn Miller Orchestra in 1956. The 19-member band
enrn continues to play many of the original Miller arrangements and
).m. most of the band's shows are sell-outs. The orchestra has per-
rida .. ....... formed in all 50 United States, Europe, Australia, Japan, South
and and Central America and annually travels over a hundred thou-
Ssand miles performing for more than half a million people.
nce .Today, the group is led by Larry O'Brien, a trombonist,
the who has been associated with big bands most of his career.
tive The program includes dozens of familiar selections from
om- the Glenn Miller Orchestra library including Little Brown Jug,
has Tuxedo Junction, Pennsylvania 6-5000, Tangerine, Sunrise Ser-
his- enade, and Bugle Call Rag. Moonlight Serenade, composed by.
ord .. Miller himself, is the band's theme song.
j Tickets are available by calling 850/973-1653 or email
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Friday, January 14, 2005
AROUND MADISON COUNTY
The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 7A
We hope everyone in October to help a fellow condo. Before that, they took ill and was in the hospital. clearer resolution on which to Mickey Kervin who splin-
had a wonderful holiday church improve its facilities, a trip to Biloxi, where son Ed- She tells -us that she is much vote. tered his leg by a fall from a
season and will carry those
memories with you through-
out the ups and downs of this
bright New Year. Isn't the
weather lovely? We've heard
some speak lately, though, of
being "so depressed?" Folks,
that's.normal Christmas, es-
pecially, is a time when one
reaches a euphoric "high" and
what follows a high? You. get
it, a low. So get'over it and re-.
turn to- your normal self
quickly. (That's the sermon
for toda\ !
We thank everyone who
decorated the Lee Community
so beautifully for the season -
Jacob has already published
the winners. But I send a spe-
cial thanks. to- the donors of
prizes: Archie's Wanda Hen-
derson, first place of 35 dol-
lars; Horse Tales -and Har-
imbn's Affordable Tree Ser-
vice. second place of 25 dol-
lars and Water'n Holes-
third prize of 15 dollars. We
appreciate the community
spirit of these new businesses.
The really big storN in
Lee is the "raising of .a tem-
pie". Following the century
celebration in November,
which was a huge success,
and a revi\"al. the New Baptist
Church building is growing
rapidly. Surrounding grounds
look like a circus is in town
with so many big motor
homes parked on the grounds.
These belong to Baptists on
Mission \who began arriving
Some stay, for a while, then
are replaced by new arrivals.
From October, this fellowship
of "brethren helping brethren
will probably extend through
April with as many as nine
motor homes here at one time.
While these men work,
their wives have made a
sewing room in the old Mal-
one home which the church
now owns., They are making
quilts, lap robes and other ar-
ticles which will be given to
charitable organizations. And
we, being a neighbor, have a
front row seat to this bee hive
of activity it is just wonder-
ful to see people helping peo-
ple for such a worthy cause.
We find many things for
xhich to be thankful at the be-
ginning of this bright New
Year. First and foremost:we
survived election year with
much less acrimony, law
suits, and accusations that the
election was stolen. And ex-\
cept for some Christmas rain
(which Was a badly needed
gift) the weather cooperated
beautifully to make the holi-.
days a perfectly old fashioned
time for hog killings and cane
grindings. supplying .new
hams and syrup to those
At this point w\e offer a
little "old news". The James
Bell family took a trip to Or-
lando in October where the\
enjoyed the sights as well as
the comfort of son David's
die had been stationed while
in the Army. While there, Ed-
die had a chance to see old
friends, both military and-
civilian. However, the Bells
yearly vacation was during
the last of October when they
had a chance to see the beauty
of the changing, of the leaves'
as well as the breath-takidng
loveliness of Niagara Falls
lighted at night. During the
trip the\ journeyed through
Maine, Nel% York and Wash-
ington. D.C. James said the
,trip was wonderful but he
can't wait to get back to Alas-
ka which was the site of their
vacation two \ ears ago.
Brad McNicol had a most
unfortunate accident just in
time for the holidays! He was,
badly bruised., when a woman
going to work at Gold Kist
turned suddenly in front of
him., His vehicle was totaled
and though the doctors tried
very hard to find broken
bones they luckily didn't
succeed. Brad could still use
your prayers, however, as
those terrible bruises heal.
It seems we're the last to
hear anything. Julie Sealey
had a heart attack and open
heart surgery and, though she
is much improved. she is still
having a rough time. Why do
bad things happen to such
Another thing we were
the last to hear about is that
Virginia Cherry had been very
better now, thank the Lord.
Our daughter Gloria
could also use your prayers.
After a week in Memorial
Hospital of Jacksonville with
cellulites she has returned to
Others to keep in your
prayers are Ernestine Kinsey
whose doctor's report was not
so good, but her spirit is great.
Janice Miller. Cheryl's
right hand in the tow n hall of-
fice, needs )our prayers too.
She left a week ago for New%
York where her mother is in
very serious condition.
Rich Quackenbush is not.
feeling well Ginny says he
needs lots of rest. Know% ing
Rich. he probably won't get
The Cherr\ family re-,
ceived a wonderfull gift for
their Christmas. when the
Whitfield's daughter Heather
and husband Cody presented
them with a bab\ bo\. Landen
The Pat Do\les also re-
cei'ed a holiday gift in the
form of a baby boy named
Matthew Edward Reader
from their daughter NMelissa
and husband Nlike not only
Santa but the Stork \ as busy
beanng gifts for the holidays.
The Lee Tow\n Council.
during its January meeting.
decided it would rather keep
its money draw ing interest for
the town until the interlocal
agreement could offer a a
Archie's is now open -
with talented cook Wanda
Henderson in charge. Wanda
extends a warm welcome to
all old and new customers and
friends. We saw Danny Ter-,
rill there he has lost weight
but looks well and says he is
just biding time until ,his
Roland Hooker he is
LVFD's. new chief, replacing
Shannon Wirick who feels
this new year is a perfect time
to step down and have time to
enjoy life. Shannon has done
a \wonderful job and we ap-
Nlary Hamilton reports
that she and Ralph had a %\on-
derful Christmas with a
houseful of guests. And so
did wte- the first arrived about
noon on Christmas E\e and
the last from Atlanta left
Monday afternoon. Two of
our best presents were the
family brought all of the food
already\ prepared and they
cleaned house before the\
left! So we had a great time
eating, reminiscing., eating.
playing games and eating
some' more. And there was a
\wagon load of presents be-
neath the tree.
We saw Sharon Mend-
heim at the tow n hall Tuesday.
and she has a badly broken
arm caused by a fall she will
be nursing that one for quite
some time. We hope that
5-foot ladder a few -months
ago is doing better by now.
Please place Myrtice
Payne at the top of your
prayer list she has been very
ill, even spending Christmas
in the hospital. She is homd
now but under doctor's order'
to stay off her feet. The Se-
niors Club misses her:'so'
much, it hasn't met since De-
cember 15th. On that date,
the Club held its Christmas
dinner. Welcome guests in- .
eluded Judge Wetzel Blair.
County Clerk Tim Sanders.
Sheriff Pete Bucher, Alfred
Welch and Mary Lou Lasse-
tor. Also keep Gail Carter on
\our list she is again in the
hospital, this time in Jasper.
The soccer field conces-
sion stand at Ben Blair Park
will soon be finished the
'Madison Correctional inmates
stipervised b\ Officer John
Stevens are doing the work
(we do appreciate them)i.
They only hate to put in the
ceiling and do some painting.
An Urban Development
Grant and funding from
Su\wannee River Water Man-
agement has made it possible
for the Town of Lee to plant
long leaf yellow pine and
Shumard Oaks for well-head
protection. There %ill be a
one mile nature trail with the
oaks at quarter mile inter als
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I was driving trom lallanas-
see to Madison in the foggy early
morning hours, Monday. I passed
a business with one of those signs
where management can put up an
announcement about a special
By Nell Dobbs
"Peach starts with a
smile,": one side of our church
In Elementary School
(where Pic'N Save used to be
looking much better now -
thanks to those responsible)
we use to sing: "Smile awhile
and give your face a rest."
Scripture may not actually say
SMILE, but it does say to be
joyful, cheery, and happy. In
morning church, we were
singing, "Holy, Holy, Holy"
and heard a tiny little voice.
When I turned around to look,
i Donna Driggers was holding
Little Keillor Davis (Kim's
and Justin's ten month old)
and he was holding a paper
and singing. When we stopped
singing, he began crying. Kim
calls him her blessing.
Speaking of the old school
many of us went there and
loved it. Miss Louise Watson,
now Mrs. Clifford, was my
sixth grade teacher and also
my intern teacher. We pray for
her and all their family in the
death of her sister, Mrs. Edith
Cantey. Since their dad, Dr.
Watson, was our dentist, we
have .special feelings for their
1^ A Beautiful lavender silk
arrangement was provided
Sunday by Steve and Debbie
Bass in honor of their parents
George and Mary Clay and
Don and Louelle Bass.
Amy Robinson touched us
siniiing. ""In the Calm." Archie
Davik ga'e offertor\ prayer.
Chancel Choir sane. "'God ofL
Wonders." Preacher's message
was from Genesis' I about
God's creating everything and
seeing that it \as good and
man being ven good. We
praise Him for all His good-
ness. In night service Preacher
began "Happy Birthday" to
Danielle Fries and we all
joined him. Another different
happening Kel Putnal helped
Al Spurlock take up the offer-
ing. We sang favorite hymns
and then Preacher continued
studying about Creation and
Eve's- battle with Satan.
"When God blesses, Satan op-
presses." Life is a spiritual bat-
tle and we are to quell Satan's
fiery darts by saying as Billy
Graham says, "The Bible
Tuesday, 6:30 p.m. BWA
met and at 7 p.m. the Ladies
met for the video of Beth
Moore's "Jesus, The One and
Only" and will be studied
every second Tuesday.
Thursday the Sr. Adult
Choir will sing at Madison
Pray for Mr. A.J. Gay in
Madison Hospital, Walteria
Schnitker, Hettie Selmarn. Carl
Rushing, Jr., at Lake Park re-
covering from the loss of part
of his leg, our Bobby Gwin's
mother, Lillian Gwin, in Mo-
bile not doing, well. Griffin
Bishop, Ethel Clark, Minnie
Rice, Don Kellum, Gean Mc-
Cullough, and all others.
Pray also for Judy Clark's
Family. What a neat library
aide for me a gift for han-
dling children, making every-
body feel special, talented in
music, and keeping things
clean and in order. Pray for
Kay and Gene Browning and
family in the loss of her moth-
er who had lived a long, beau-
tiful life and for all other sad
May the Lord bless us,.
one and all.
deal or post some clever saying. I
glanced at the sign and read
"Nothing to say today."
How interesting. Nothing to
say. Someone who talks as much
as I do can barely imagine having
nothing to say. And if I owned a
business, I would always have
something to say.
Several times recently I have
had something to say to drivers I
have encountered, but I kept qui-
I saw a TV interview with
former House Speaker Newt Gin-
grich. He has written a book
which will undoubtedly draw fire
from the "know-everything, out-
of-touch" political crowd. He is
considering a run for the Presi-
dency in 2008. He said that even
it ne receives lots o01 nlaK ror me
positions he takes in the book, he
felt as though he must take the
stand. He pointed out that it
would be difficult to ask young
men and women to face danger in
far-away places if we do not stand
up for our beliefs here in the
In the Book of Ecclesiastes
in the Bible we are told that there
is a time to speak and a time to be
silent. "There is a time for every-
thing and a season for every ac-
tivity under heaven...a time to be
silent and a time to speak."
There certainly is a time for
silence, but equally so, a time to
speak up and be heard. The sound
of silence is not always best.
How do we let our voice be
heard today? We can vote. We
can keep in close touch with
elected officials. County' and
state and city officials will listen
to someone. Why not us?
We can take part in neigh-
borhood activities and civic
events. We can contribute mon-
ey. We can be involved with our
Nothing to say? Not me. My
father and his father before him
were Irish. This also makes me
Irish. The Irish are known for
speaking up, for letting their
voice be heard. You may not al-
ways agree with them, but you
will know where they stand.
BARBARA MEMORIAL CHURCH
OF THE NAZARENE
Hbh Hiha 254
Re% Robert Agner -97-161)
Sur.das School .. 10I ) r
1Moming Worship II j m
Evening .:.rship 5 31 p rm.
Wedrnesdv Bible Stud. .. .. %'30 pm
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH
15-05 East Base St. Nladson FL 32-140
Pastor Rust\ Br\an
Music Director Minnie Lee New born
Sunda-, School ... .. .......... 9 45 a m
Morning Worship .... ......... .. ... ....11.00 a m.
Church Training........ . .. ............. 6.00 p m .
E' ending W orship ...... ............ ......... .. 7:00 p.m
Praer Meeting. Wednesday\ ............"8:00 p m
Family; Night Supper, Ist Wednesday............. 6-7:00 p.m
Baptist ,lln. Baptist Iiomen. IiskI, ouith Children.
and Fin .After Fifrt pit oge,,' 'iailcahble
"M here Loe Has No Limits'"
FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH
One rule north of Madison on 1-15.
Stese McHargue. Pastor
Gar', Gazlas. Music Diector
Jackie \atis, Student Pa'tor
Youth & Children's Ministries,
Acute Young Adult MiNistur
Morning Wrship ... .9 00 a.m
Sunday School... .. .... .. ... 10-30 a
Wednesday Familr Night .... Call For Schedule
"'. Futily of Families" Cco'inenporory' Worship'
If interested in a lion, roip. call 8'50-9"3-3266
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
1113 SE Pinckne\ St Madison Fl. 323-10
Pastor George Stinmon
Sunrday School .... ..... .9 -15 a m
Morning 'orship .. 11 00 a m.
SundaN Night ... ... 6 i. p n
Pastor George Sun'on in ite' ,ou hl come and en|)0
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Horn at Rutledge St., Phone 973-6295
Re%. Lee Monroe FerDon. O.S L
Brian Sanderson. Youth Pastor
Jim Cauron. Las Leader
Sern ice of W\ord & Table .. ........ S:30 a m.
Sunday School. ... ...... ........ . 9:45 a.m.
Sunday Morning \orship.... ... .......... ...11.00 a m
Wednesda .AMl Youth grades 6-8.. ... ... .6-30--00 p.m.
Youth ,grades 9- 12. .... .. ...........7.00 p.m
Men's Fello% ship Breakfas.t i3rd Sunday.1 8 00 a rr,
\Women's Meeting & Lunch lst NMonda i. ......12-00 Noon
Suidaiy II .4M SScr ice Vou On itA.4F 1230.AM
Eli-er'ont isi ilconie to all 'events'
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
A Congregauon of thePresbstenan Church in America
1200 North Washington St. 973-2692
Sunday% School For All Ages.... ............ 9 45 a m.
Sunday Morning \\orship........ ......... 11.00 a.m.
Wked. Fello% ship Supper/Bible Study..... ....... 6.00 pm.
Youth Groups Ist 12th Grades .... ..........6.30 p m
Choir Practice ..... ..... ... .... "'30 p m
Friday Men's Prayer Breakfast ........ ... .... '.00 a.m.
Come ltordip .nd~5er.c lci/i u'0
LEE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Pastor Caron Ham
Lee Flonda Corner of 255 & 90
Sunday, Bible Srud. ..... ... ........ .. ..9.45 a.m.
Sunday Morrung Worship............ ... ...11 00a.m.
\\ed Bible Stud% ............... 7.00 p.m
\Wed Children Youth cit.m es .... 7.00 p.m.
" ed Adult Choir ............ .. .. .... :00 p m
LEE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Hw. 255 South, Lee, Florida 971-5585
Richard Quackenbush. Pastor
Morning \orhip......... ..... ..... 9.00 a.m.
Sunday School .......... ... .............10:00 a m
Morning worship p ........ .. II 0 a.m.
Sunday E'ening \\orship. ..... ... 6.30 p m
Youth Group.. ......... .. .. 5 00 p m.
Listed Methodist \Women
Monday, after 1st Sunday. ... .. .... ..... ..7 30 p.m
Men's Fello% ship Breakfast
Second Sunday..... ............. ....... .. 8 00 a.m.
NMuluple \\eekJl Bible Studies / Acti Ltues
"Connecting The Community \\ ith Chnst"
MADISON CHURCH OF GOD
771 NE Cohn Kells H%%.. Madison. FL
Re. DoNle Glass. Pastor
Sunday% School ........ .......... 10-00 a.m.
Morning \Worship .. ........... . .. 11 a m
Etening Worship ... ........ ..... ..... 00 p.m.
WednesdaN Night Sern ice.... .. ....... .7.00 p.m
MT. ZION A.M.E. CHURCH
.4 Friendly Cliurch
Cherrt Lake, FL
Ret. Johnnie Memck. Pastor
Sunday. School ... ............... ...........10-00 a.m .
Pastoral Sunday 1st &: 3rd Sunda% .............. 11.15 a.m
Youth Chuich 2nd Sunda .. ............ ... I 15 a m
hMission/Laymen -4th Sunda ... ............. 11:15 a m.
REAPERS OF THE HARVEST CHURCH
3 Miles West Of Greenville. FL. H.%N 90
Samuel Bass. Sr.. Pastor
Sunday School ........... .. .. .... .. ... .. .... .... 1 i.00 a.m .
Morning Worship. ........ ... .... .. I 00 a m
ED ening Worship .. ... ......... ........ .00 p.m.
\ednesday Night Sert ice .............. ........7.30 p m.
"And \; hen the da. of Pentecost was fully cone.
theN ,.ere all ifth one accord in one place Acts 2-1
E\er-yone is alwa.Ns welcome
ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
108 N Horo St.. 973-8338
The Re%. Ben Pfeil V\icar
lack Proctor Senior VWarden
School. ............ ... .. .. .. .... 10-00 a.m .
Sunday Hol1 Euchanst. .. ... .. .10-00a m
Mission Board 2nd Sunda ... .. ........ I 1-00 a m.
Episcopal Church %,Wo:men 3rd Sunda.... .11 00 a.m.
Visitors al a.s a welcome
ST. VINCENT DEPAUL
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
Meeting & Sunmter St 973-2-128
Re\ Ernest S lestre. OM[
Sunday ............ ........ ............. .9:00 a m .
Monday. Tuesday & Wednesday Mass .. .....7:30 a m
Thursday Miass.. .............. ... ..... .7:30 a m.
Saturday M a s . ... ........ ........5.30 p.m .
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was being dedicated in a Flori-
da city. Several aged veterans
were there, and the talk turned
to long-ago battles and wars.
One bent old man wanted
everyone to get the true picture,
to understand just how things
were. He drew diagrams in the
dirt, showing positions of mili-
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"This is where I stood," he
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Sought For Students
The DM Discoveries Exchange Student Program is seeking
host families in Suwannee, Columbia, Alachua, Lafayette, Hamil-
ton, Madison and any other county in North Central Florida for
two foreign exchange students. The exchange program, based in
Live Oak, has students who hope to attend Florida schools begin-
ning in January, while living with an American Host Family.
One of the students in Sabrina, a 17-yar-old girl who lives in
Belo Horizonte, Brazil with her parents and an older brother. She
has played the tennis since she was 4, loves sports, and sings in
the church choir. The second student is Na Young, 15, from Ko-
rea. She lives in Kangnam-Gu, with her parents and 12-year-old
brother. Na Young is an active Catholic who says she studies hard
during the week and on the weekend she likes to watch movies
and be with her friends.
Sandra Storer. Director of D.M. Discoveries, says each stu-
dent has her ov n spending money, insurance and is ready to be-
come a member of a typical American household pitching in on
everything from household chores to family discussions. Families
with or without children are encouraged to offer there hospitality.
For information, contact DMD at 219-662-1145 or toll free at
1-877-417-9000. or visit the Web site at wwv.dmdusa.com.
Students Poets Accepted
By Ginger Jan-is
SL\ student poets from NMadi-
son County High School will ha% e
their works published in the
Spring issue of Creative Commu-
ncations 2005. The students
whose work %%as accepted are
Rhonda Bruton, Shamara Gibson.
KrystaJ Green, Nakita McCul-
lough. Lindsay McLeod, and
The students subrruned po-
ems in December for considera-
tion. The\ were chosen from
among 15 entries am NICHS.
TheN must subnut parental ap-
proval in order for their works to
The book of poetry will be di-
vided into sections bN grade level.
Shamara and Krystal are seniors:
Rhonda. Nakita. LmdsaN. and
Kendra are sophomores. Shamara
%%as among five MCHS students
chosen for publication in 20A4.
English teachers Bucky
Christmas and Guiger Jar' is sub-
mined the students' poems.
Liberty National Life
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High School Color Guard
Serves At Local Events
By Mike Moore
Greene Publishing, Inc.
They march with precision and present the nation's flag be-
fore many local events. They are members of the color guard.
The Air Force Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps
(AFJROTC) at Madison County High provides the color guard
for local activities.' All color guard members are in grades 9-12 at
MCHS and are in the ROTC program. The unit is comprised of
16 students who are qualified and active and rotate assignments.
The AFJROTC program has been at the school since 1993
and presently has 68 students enrolled It is an after-school ac-
tivit1 and students put in long hours %with drills and other activi-
ties. The program is under the direction of retired Air Force Lt.
Col. Kelly Wilson. Wilson, a Kentucky native has directed the
umt for one year.
The color guard makes presentations at home football
games, basketball games. and also participates in parades. The\
presented the colors at the North Florida Community College
mansion open house in December.
Members of the unit are: Raymond Arnold. Renarda Cherry,
Dennis Green, John Johns, Robert Roundtree, Kelv in Craig,
Erich Drechsler. Leah Jividen, Travis Sparks, Ricks Statel\.
Curtis Bell, Shaw n F16ld. Magenta Hall. Eric Lagner. Megan
The AFJROTC color guard presents the flag at a December basketball game. The students are. left to right, Dennis Green.
Robert Roundtree, Jr., Megan Quiros. and Gianna Washington. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Mike Moore. December 7, 20041
Joshua Smith Designated
District Sunshine State Scholar
Joshua Smith. graduating He v\ ill compete w ith the other Scholar in Mathematics and Sci-
senior at Madison Cotmnt High 75 District Scholars from ence for 2005.
School, has been designated the around Florida on Thursday. The Sunshine State Schol-
Madison District Sunshine January 13 to become one of the ars Program was established in
State Scholar in Mathematics six Regional Scholars who then 1997 to recognize the achieve-
and Science for the current year. will vie in March for the title ment of Florida's graduating se-
S' ..... Statewide .Sunshire Stat"rifftir who have demonstrated
1 i .- .,- *'... excellence in both niathematics
and science. All Scholars re-
ceive district recognition and in-
C I R C U idudal awards from the pro-
gram. The six Regional Schol-
ars and their teachers receive
mmmmmm ^ A mmm n mm B m,, .~fher recognition from the
J i/ 1. / I "' overnor and Cabinet, the
I)N T E S T I",'Florida Legislature, the Depart-
S ent of Education, and private
I _The Sunshine State Schol-
-- ----ars Program is coordinated
LB I Joshua Smith through the Florida .Institute of
Education at the University of
North Florida, and receives its
major financial support from the
Florida Department of Educa-
tion. the Florida LonerN. and the
Technological Research and De-
velopment Foundation. f.Infor-
mation on the Florida Snshine
State Scholars Program can be
found on the World Wide Web at
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January 14, 1955 Edition
Madison 55 Monticello 44
Monticello's five-game winning streak came to an
abrupt halt with Madison taking a North Florida
Conference game by a 55-44 margin.
Lamar Tuten looped in 20 points for the
' winners. followed by Raymond Bell with 10.
Buddy Clark's 13 and Billy Pickel's 11
topped the players.
Re%. James Barber, pastor of First Bap-
' ist Church. left to attend the Florida Baptist
Evangelistic Conference in Jacksonville for sev-
SMr. Von Walker %was in the inaugural parade
hassee with the Wildlife and Fresh Water Fish C
January 15, 1965 Edition
A couple of local sportsmen. James Hardee a
S Reichmann, were on the high seas headed for th
Islands. They sailed from Ft. Lauderdale on H
yacht for the 10-day cruise.
Madison Juniors Attend Junior Night
Mrs. Harrell-Gross-was among Junior Womr
Presidents of District 3 who attended Junior nigl
e in Talla-
it in Tal-
lahassee. During the day she at-
L tended a coffee, a luncheon a
the Country Club and a tea a
1 the Go\ernor's mansion.
County Graduates From
Diplomas were being
mailed to students earning de-
grees at Florida State Universi-
during the fall trimester.
The list of graduates
from Madison County
Napoleon Scott I. BS Soc. welf.; Willard Don-
S Ji ald Floyd. BS edutc.
Madiso i- Judith Spencer Shellnut. BS educ.; Ronald
Joseph Mlandziara. BS Art & Science: Katherine Lanier
Ricker, BA Arts & Science.
Pinetta Randall M. Buchanan. BA educ.
January 17, 1975 Edition
Jaycee Bicycle Safety Clinic
Madison County Jaycees in cooperation with the Flori.
da State hw. patrol, presented a bicycle safety program at
five county schools.
The Jaycees had taken the initiative to present ap] o-,
gram that would help the school age children tc be~ ,
conscious.' learn the rules and regulations for operating'-b9.
cycle and how to properly ride and maintain their bicycles.
Completes Missile Course ,
t Army Private First Class Robert L. Moore, son of
it Mrs. Charlotte Moore of Madison. completed a 7-week
Pershing Missile crewman course at the U.S. Army Field
Artillery Training Center, Ft. Still, Okla.'
3 Lighted Tennis Courts at NFJC
With the completion of one of the most effectively
;lighted tennis courts in the area. North Florida Junior Col-
lege now had three courts open to the community.
January 18, 1985 Edition
Stinchcomb Leaves MCHS
.: .Madison-County High School Athletic Director Bob
S inchc' rnbi, resigned his position at MCHS to become
graduate assistant football coach at Florida State Universi-
... Cowboys Put It Together
'Following-two lackluster games, the Madison County
g 'ighchool boy's basketball team roared back with a sol-
". id 44-40 win at home against Hamilton County High
Cowboys Make All-Area Team
Twvo seniors at Madison County High School were
named to the Valdosta Daily Times All-Area Team. Greg r
:,.: ds;,a&.182-1b strong safety, made the Valdosta news-
', Steve Akins, a 173-lb lineman for
BSikcbmb's Cowboys received an Honor-
able Mention to the All-Area Team.
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The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 14A
FLORIDA MARKETS AT A GIANCEl
For the week ended January 6, 2005
At the Florida Livestock Auctions, receipts totaled 7,624 compared to last week closed and
4,872 a year ago. According to the Florida Federal-State Livestock Market News Service, no
trends due to the markets being closed for the holiday s. lte
Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 Ibs 155.00-190.00
300-400 lbs 120.00-155.00
400-500 lbs 110.00-132 00
Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 Ibs 125.00-160.00
300-400 Ibs 108.00- 130.00
400-500 lbs 100.00-115 00
Lean. 750-1200 lbs
85-90 percent 44.00-49.00
five Free Crapemyrtle
Five free Crapemyrtle trees will be given to
each person who joins The National Arbor Day
because of their elegant color and form, making
them an attractive addition to the home landscape,"
John Rosenow, the Foundation's president, said.
"These small flowering trees boast perfect, six-
petaled flowers of pink and red, with leaves that
change from summer green to autumn red, orange,
The trees will be shipped postpaid at the right
time for planting between February 1 and May 31
with enclosed planting instructions. The six to
twelve inch trees are guaranteed to grow, or they.will
be replaced free of charge.
Members also receive a subscription to the
Foundation's colorful bimonthly publication, Arbor
Day, and The Tree Book with information about tree
planting and care.
To receive the free trees, send a $10 member-
SFoundation during January 2005. sip contribution to FIVE CRAPEMYRTLES, Na-
Slaughter Bulls: Yield Grade No 1-2 A The free trees are part of the nonprofit Founda- tional Arbor Day Foundation, 100 Arbor Avenue
1000-2100) lbs 58.00-66.00 a tion's Trees for America campaign. Nebraska City, Neb. 68140, by January 31, 2005
"Crapemyrtles were selected for this campaign Or go online at arborday.org.
Midnight Sun Horse Show NATURES ENEMIES
I...e si t c n' 4, w a -re T- r Q-- fn 1,1 M 1 001P. aN AUS EM I
They said it couldn't be done. This was thme
general opinion when the idea of a first class
Horse show and festival at historic Dixie Planta-
tion emerged as .a benefit for the
Quitman/Brooks County Museum and Cultural
It was done, and done well. To prove it the
Tennessee Walking Horse Breeders and. Ex-
hibitors Association awarded its prestigious tro-
phy to the Charity Midnight Sun Horse Show
and Festival at the annual meeting held recently
in Franklin, Tennessee. The trophy is for "the
best new horse show in the nation in 2004."
Representatives from the Museum and Cul-
tural Center attended the awards banquet, along
with others from across the nation, to accept this
recognition. The trophy is displayed with color
photos and complete coverage of the event by
"Voice" magazine. It may be seen at the muse-
um Tuesday through Fridays at 1:00 PM
through j:uu iM and SatLuruaysrom 11 iuu ivi
through 3:00 PM.
The horse show was a success. Of special
interest was the beautiful arena built and paid
for with the help of sponsors and manual labor
donated by interested and generous members of
the community. There are plans to use this are-
na several times during the coming year in ad-
dition to the big show in October, In early
spring, two clinic are proposed. Clinicians will
be on hand to teach and enhance skills for riders
of two popular breeds. They are the Tennessee
Walking Horse and the Western Horse. More
information and dates will be available in mid-
The Second Annual Midnight Sun Show is
planned for October, 2005. Again it will be a
week-long festival with activities appealing to
many interests and culminating in a two day
December 31-January 6, 2005
Dixie And Gilchrist Counties
On January 3, 2005. Officer Butlet responded
to a complaint from the Dixie County Sheriffs Of-
fice of a subject in possession of a doe deer ar a par-
ty where they. had made several drug and kvanant
arrests. ULpon his arrival. Officer Butler launched a
two-day investigation, v.hich resulted in tmo sub-
jects being issued citations for possession of doe
deer during the closed season.
On January) 3. 2005. Officer Dan Talle\ \ as
patrolling local SR\\VMD properties in Gilchrist
County. Just before dark. Officer Talle\ observed
drag sign coming out of SRWNID property. Officer
TaUlle tbllo\ed the suspect drag sign on foot for ap-
proximatel. a half mile locating two subjects clean-
ing a fresh\ killed hog. During interviews. the sus-
pects admitted to sneaking in to SR\\V ID property
and hunting. The suspects were issued misde-
meanor citations for hunting in SR\NMD property.
On Thursday, FWC Officer And, Bickel
worked US H\.wy 98 for possible night iunting. At
approximately midnight, he watched a \ vehicle pass
his location t\ice driving slow and looking at feed-
ing deer on the side of the road. As the vehicle ap-
proached his position a third time, he watched a pas-
senger discharge a .22 rifle out of the passenger win-
dow at one of the deer. Officer Bickel arrested both
subjects for attempting to take deer with gun and
light,. and discharging a fireami from a right-away
After receiving and confirming information
about a convicted felon who % as not allowed to be
in possession of a firearm. but hunting in Mallory
S\%amp Wildlife Management Area. Officer Rod-
ne\- Boone encountered the subject Saturday as he
was hunting in Mallor\ Swamp and took appropri-
ate enforcement action. Officer Boone also issued
three more citations for possession of illegal dogs in
Mallory Sw amnp A.
Officers Dennis Sharpe and Rodney Boone ar-
rested an individual for taking an illegal deer in a lo-
cal hunting club.
Investigator Neal Martin responded to investi-
gate a hunting accident S\V of Mayo along with
FWC Patrol Officers Rodney Boone and Dennis
Sharpe. W\\ile hunting deer \ lth dogs, a woman
was struck in the leg by a single .00-buckshot pellet
that had been fired as a family member attempted to
harvest a deer The injury was not life threatening.
Fruit Flies Swarm
A Skeet Shoot will be held
on January 22, 2005, at the
Mugge Farm in Greenville,
located on Highway 150 and'
Highway 90. It will be held
from 9:00 a.m until. It is
sponsored by the Greenville
Baptist Church, Hope Diner
and Relay for Life Team.
Pictured left to right are:
Ms. Betty Horton, Ms. Jean
Logan and Mr. Charles
Hulse3 (the presenter).,
Add another annoyance to
the list of hurricane-related prob-
lems plaguing residents in some
South Florida counties: swarms
of fruits flies.
The flies (also known as
vinegar flies because they are at-
tracted to yeast on rotting fruit)
are finding their way into homes
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screens or by
hitch-hiking in shop-
ping bags that con-
tain fruits or veg-.
ty of Florida entomologists say.
The insects are troublesome
in citrus-gro\\ ing areas where
hurricane winds blew fruit off
the trees. "A visit to your local
produce section may introduce
you to an unwanted friend cour-
tesy of, Hurricanes charley,
Frances: and Jeanne," said Dan
Culbert. an Okeechobee County
extension ageni \\ ith UF's Insti-
tute of Food and Agricultural
Sciences. \ ith an abundance of
moisture and decaying vegeta-
tion, there's a population explo-
sion of these pesky fruit flies, es-
pecially in areas where citrus is a
Phil' Koehler, a UF/IFAS
professor of entomology, said
vinegar flies, )pically have red-
colored eyes and two very small
wings that allow them to hover
on fruits and decaying matter.
They are about one-eighth of an
inch in length, brownish-yellow
u in color. and have a feathery
brisnde on the antennae.
He added, "The
Sinegar fly is
smaller than any
of the real fruit
flies, such as the dread-
ed Mediterranean or
Proper sanitation is the best
way of controlling these pests.
They will seek breeding places
\' here garbage, manure, or vege-
tation residue accumulates.
Dropped fruit, dirty garbage con-
tainers, or slime in drains support
Chemical insecticides are
not recommended for controlling
vinegar flies in the kitchen. Out-
doors, an effective insecticide
may be a safe way to break their
Well-fitting screens and
doors are essential to prevent flies
from entering the home.
Traps can be purchased or
constructed using a bait of wine
or balsamic vinegar placed in a
small bowl which is then set in a
larger bowl of sudsy water.
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How to use: The major and minor feeding times for each day are listed below. The major feeding times are the best for the
Sportsman and last about 2 hours, the minor feeding times can also ha\e good success, but last only about I hour
Good luck and be careful out there.
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15A The Madison Enterprise-Recorder
Friday, January 14, 2005
MCHS Soccer Team Drops M@MW A /JAM W8JMS
By Mike Moore
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison County High School Cowgirls
lost a soccer game to Tallahassee Florida High
5-1, Monday, January 10. Rose Wetmore
scored the only goal for the Cowgirls and was
assisted by Allyce Rutherford. The team
played better this time compared to the first
time game they played against Florida High.
At the half the Cowgirls only trailed 2-1. In the
second half they also played hard but gave out
due to being tired from playing their third game
in four days.
The next home game for the Cowgirls was
slated for Thursday, January 13. They were to
play the War Eagles of Wakulla.
This is the first year of the high school girls
soccer program at Madison County High.
ACA Junior Varsity seats
By Mike Moore
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Junior Warriors of Aucilla Christian Academy won a basket-
ball game Tuesday night. The boys contest was played in Tallahassee
against Community Christian, with the final score, 34-17.
Six Warriors hit the scoring column as the squad improved to 3-6.
ACA scored seven in the first period, eight in the second, ten in
- the third, and nine in the fourth.
Kyle Barnwell led the team with eleven points, including five in
the big third period. Wade Scarberry had six, A. J. Connell hit for sev-
en, Kyle Peters and Daniel Greene each scored three, and Michael
Kinsey had two.
ACA is slated for a Thursday road game and a home contest Fri-
day against Grand Ridge.
Fast Pitch Softball
will be holding open tryouts January 22nd
for an experienced outfielder
with good hitting skills.
Ages 14 and under
(can be-15 after-January..1,2005).-..
Players/parents must be
committed to practice and travel.
Call David Day at
(229) 333-0042 for more info
.Packge Dea !
*Diesel Tractor -'
-16 ft Dual Axel Trailer
*Other Pkgs Available
CHECKS $0 Down $99/mo WAC CREDIT CARD
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January 12th at 5:00 P.M. and we will draw 1 winner
on January 13th to receive 4 tickets for the concert.
No Photocopies Allowed
Mail your entry to: Greene Publishing, Inc., P.O. Drawer 772 *
Madison, Florida 32341 or drop off at the Enterprise-Recorder Office.
Southern Ford Dealers
Thunder Nationals brought
to you by series sponsors
Ford Trucks and Advance
Auto Parts crushes into Tal-
lahassee on January 14-15
for two super-charged shows.
Civic Center will be the site
for the maximum destruction
when the 10,000 pound mon-
sters roll into town for two
days for non-stop action.
Toweling at 11 feet tall
and 12 feet wide, these leg-
endary monster trucks are
custom designed machines,
x\hich are built for short,
high-powered bursts of
speed. These monsters are
on a mission of demolition as
an all-starlineup .is sched-
uled to appear with Bulldoz-
er, Inferno. Monster Patrol,
Destroyer, and Bad News.
These impressive trucks will
compete in side-by-side rac-
ing and freestyle, providing,
the audience with a high-
In addition to monster
truck mayhem, other show
highlights include the contin-
uous battle between the
country's two best quad
teams in the Quad Wars.
These riders will do whatev-
er it takes in a no rules bar-
to-bar race for the checkered
flag. You don't want to'miss.
the thrills and spills of the
Want to see the trucks up
close? Get your pit pass and
head on down to the Leon
County Civic Center from
5:30-6:30 p.m. on Saturday,
January 15 before the event.
Fans can see the trucks up
close and personal, get auto-
graphs from the drivers, and
win some Thunder Nationals
merchandise. Tickets are on
sale now at the Tallahassee-
Leon County Civic Center
box office, all Ticketmaster
outlets, by phone at 850-222-
0400, 800-322-3602 or 904-
353-3309, or online at
' Tickets for adults are
$17; children ages 2-12 are
just $5. All tickets increase
$2 day of show and are sub-
ject to convenience and han-
dling fees. Adults can save
$5 by stopping by any partic-
ipating Advance Discount
Auto Parts to pick up a dis-
count coupon. Free pit pass-
es are available at participat-
ing Southern Ford dealer lo-
cation or can be purchased at
the Leon County Civic Cen-
ter Box Office for $5 on the
da\ of the pit part). The pit
pa s must accompany the
Saturday' 8 p.m. e\ent ticket.
See ad below for rs/i;l'-
I R ETU T TALH
JANUARY 14" 15TH
7ij CIVIC CENTER
Tickets for adults are $17; children ages 2-12 are just $5. All tickets
increase $2 day of show and are subject to convenience and handling
fees. Adults can save $5 by stopping by any participating Advance:
Discount Auto Parts to pick up a discount coupon. Free pit passes are
available at participating Southern Ford dealer locations or can be pur-
chased at the Leon County Civic Center Box Office for $5 on the day of
the pit party. The pit pass must accompany the Saturday 8 pm event
Tickets are on sale now at the Tallahassee-Leon County Civic Center;
box office, all Ticketmaster outlets, by phone at 850-222-0400, 800-322-"
3602 or (904) 353-3309, or online at www.ticketmaster.com.
Contest To Florida High
16A The Madison Enterprise-Recorder
Friday, January 14, 2005
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Land Clearing, Ponds, Stump Re-
moval, Demolition, and Roads. No
Job Too Small. Free Estimates. Call
Paul Kinsley at 850-973-6326
2 speed,. heavy duty wood
shaper. $300. 850-929-9987
BEDROOM SET- 6 PIECES
NEW IN BOXES. Headboard.
flame. dre-ser, mirror, chest, night-
stand S595 i50-2'2-9879.
CHERRY SLEIGH BED, atill in
box, never used. Sacrifice $295.
Learher S.,fa .u _e-.led li-t '1400.
10 1) n .: '. -i in W i. S5 -2 21 2-
Nev. ei'. )ni R,.,,:,, et Su,. ,esk.d
Ilt 1- %I. -. il r,.taj ':'7 I,, e. ,
$.225. ch.ir 'iM7f. _e .(.25 Hard-
wood frime. .,.nh liktuie *.v arn.i -
l\ 5i -222-'4%79.
NEW QL'EEN il Piliv.., p m.,itIn's
sct. in lacior) pl.i, iii' 'itjh ii arrirni\.
Can deleicr. Mlu. -ell SI j .17 '1-
Matress set; New king pillow-top
mattress and base. In original plas-
tic, factory warranty, $295. 850-
Dining room table, leaf and six
chairs, $600. Sofa 'server table,
New Holland Tractor
-1 lTC4O, 4WD tractor with
loader, bucket' and rake. 2200
hours. $18.104.22.168. trm.
Please leave a message.
Ve ie lookJuw r-s oiin l-, i ,, ,i-
cycle for a i-.t :in,.,11 ii .
Will pick up.
850-948-5097, ask for Gary
Looking for something
hard to find? Try using
an ad in the Classifieds
Dogs Cats Parrots
Keep your animals in their own
environment. I will come and
feed, water and play with your
pets. No more worry about ken-
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with 30 years experience with
livestock, cats, dogs and Parrots.
Home Visit and Care
$10. a Day
Fuel compensation required
for trips greater than 10
Examples of services avail-
* Bring in your mail Turn
lights on/off Check air/heat,
doors, locks, windows. check
property, gates, fences. give
feed/hay. *.custom' services ne-
References gladly given.
Call Susan at 850- 948-5097
evenings before 9 pm or.
cell 850-524-2385 anytime
Monitored 24 hours. Burglar and
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Near Blue Springs!
4Bdr/2bth House w/fireplace, large
yard. lyr lease, $600 per mo. $600
security deposit 850-971-5152
The Madison County Parks and
Recreation Department is advertis-
ing for (1) Recreation Facilities
Technician. The main responsibili-
ty of this position will be the
preparing and marking of athletic
fields for games which will consist
of mowing, raking, weed eating.
edging, litter control and other
ground maintenance related activi-
ties. This position will also assist in
the overseeing of scheduled athlet-
ic leagues, tournaments and special
events. The individual will provide
routine scheduled preventative
maintenance as may be required for
related equipment and service vehi-
cles. The individual will also fol-
low established guidelines for
worker safety. A High School
Diploma is preferred. The employ-
'ee must possess the abi lit and will-
ingness to establish and maintain
effective v.orking relationships
with other staff member, and su-
peirvisors. Other related duties may
be required as assigned by the Ad-
ministrative Staff. This is a season-
al part-time position 'hat starts at
$7.89 per hour based on a 40 hour
work week. The position will re-
maiin open until tilled. For additiun-
al jnformjalon contact the Madison
County Parks & Recieanion Depairt-
iment at 973-4-140 .A completed
Madison Counth Employ ment Ap-
plication is required Madison
County is an equal opportunity\ em-
ployer and a Drug Free Workplace
All applications must be submined
to the following address by Friday,
January 28, 2005 by 5pm.
Attn: Paula Arnold
Courthouse Annex, Room 219
112 East Pinckney Street
P.O. Box 539
Madison, FL. 32341
Certified Nursing Assistants
for 180 bed skilled nursing fac ilii
All shifts FT & PT
Suwannee Health Care Center
1620 E Helvenston Street, SE
Live Oak, FL 32064
'Security Jobs Available for
GoldKist, D- license required.
Call 850-929-4747 or 386-364-
7780 or Yarbrough Security at 888-
Start Your Own Business
Start-up Kit only $5.00
during month of January
'Call Avon Ind. SIs. Rep.
Madison Nursing Center
2481 W US 90, Madison, FL
Seeking ,n PRN foi
Risk IM.i'iil' einiIII/
S llldI' ) -C_ PiI.i U1 .i. .
with state highway frontage-23,
acres, Corner lots. Front both
Harvey Greene Drive and High-
way 53 South. Natural gas line,
8 inch water main, access to the
city utilities, fire hydrant, and
service from two power compa-
nies. Property has easy access to
1-10, via SR 53 & SR 14. Will
build to suit tenant.
Call Tommy Greene
Cleared land, City water, City
Gas, on paved County Camp
Road, ready for your MH or
house. $8,500, will finance, with
$500. down and $125./month.
Call Chip Beggs 850-973-4116 '
For Sale By Owner
2 tracks in Madison
(1).73(2)5.4 on 14 near 110
$40K obo 772-287'-9463
Want to buy land in Madison and
Suwannee Counties. Farm, pas-
ture and timberland. 5ac 500ac.
Fast cash closings. Will also lend
you money on your land. Inquiries
confidential. Chip Beggs, Ivy Fi-
nancial (85) 973-4116
& Tractor Services
Land Clearing, Ponds, Stump Re-
moval, Demolition, Roads, Mow-
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with paved street access, city
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Lease Purchase Also Available
PC Support Specialist,
Assist manager in planning, de-
sign, installation, implementation,
operation and maintenance of all
facets of computer networking in-
cluding hardware, software and in-
frastructure. Must also be willing
to serve on college committees and
participate in college and depart-
mental activities. Associate degree
(preferred), plus six (6) months re-
lated paid experience. Only com-
plete applications will be consid-
ered. Complete application packet
requires cover letter, resume and
application. Mail to Director of
HR, NFCC, 1000 Turner Davis
Drive, Madison, FL, 32340 or
e-mail to HR-Dept@nfcc.edu. Ap-
plication and complete job descrip-
tion available at www.nfcc.edu.
Deadline 1/21/2005. EOE
lMadison Nursing Center i
2481 W US 90, Madison, FL
Seeking Full Time/Part Time
Behavioral Health Care Center is
* Adult Case Manager #2211
Requires a bachelor's degree with a
major in counseling, social work,
ps,, choiOg\. criminal justice, nurs-
ing, rehabilitation; special educa-
tion, health education, or a related
human 'el\ ices held: or other bach-
elor's degree and 2 years full-time
or equivalent experience working
with adults experiencing, serious
mental illness. Valid driver's li-
cense required. Regular status rate:
$10.75 per hour/excellent benefits
or Temporary OPS status rate:
$12.92 per hour/no benefits.
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The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 17A
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 2004-111-CP
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MARGARET SWILLEY COOLEY
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The administration of the estate of MARGARET SWILLEY COOLEY,
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Madison County, Florida, Probate Division; File Number 2004-111-CP; the names and
addresses of the personal representative and the personal representative's attorney are set
All creditors of the decedent and other persons, who have claims or demands
against decedent's estate, including unmatured, contingent or unliquidated claims, and who
have been served a copy of this notice, must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
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ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
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DEATH IS BARRED.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CAPITAL CITY BANK,
CASE NO.: 2004-525-C A
JESSE LEEN ICGHEE.DECEASED. AND THE ES-
TATE OF JESSE LEE MCGHEE: THE UNKNOA N
SPOUSE OF JESSE LEE MCGHEE. THE LIN.
KNO\fN HEIRS. DEVISEES. GRANTEES. AS.
SIGNEES. L[ENORS. CREDITORS, TRUSTEES.
OR OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY,. THOUGH.
UNDER OR AGAINST JESSE
LEE MCGHEE. AND ALL UNKNOWN PERSONS.
IF ALTi E. ANT) IF DEAD, OR NOT KNOWN TO
BE DEAD OR AL[VE, THEIR UNKNOWN SPOLUS-
ES. HERS, DEVISEES. GRANTEES. ASSIGNEES.
* IENORs. CREDITORS. TRUSTEES OR OTHER
PERSONS CL IMING Bl, THROUGH. UNDER
OR AGAINST THE ULNKNOWN PERSONS: M.ADI-
SON COUNTY, FLORIDAAND UNKNOWN TEN-
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NOTICE OF ACT ION
TO: JESSE LEE MCGHEE. DECEASED. ANDT) THE ESTATE OF JESSE LEE
."-CGHEE: THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF JESSE LEE NICGHEE. THELINKNOWN
HEARS. DEISEES. GRANTEES. ASSIGNEES. LIENORS. CREDITORS. TRUSTEES.
OR OTHER PERSONs CL lMING BY. THOUGH. UNDER OR AGAINST JESSE LEE
MNCGIHEE. ANT) ALL UNKNOWN PERSONS. [F ALINE. AND [F DEAD. OR NOT
KNOWNl TO BE DEAD OR aLIVE. THEIR LNKNOWVN SPOUSES. HEIRS. DE-
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in Madison Countr Florida:
LotsNo.12and 13of Block No. 2 as shoiin b3 the map of the Vickers
Annex of Madison Count). Florida. : ,
ha. been filed against )ou and )ou are required to sere a cop) of 'our urilten defenses.
if any, to it on GARIN B. BO% DEN. the plaintiff's attorney. wAhose address is Gardner,
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323i8. on or before Februars 3. 21)05 within 30 da)s of first publication and file the
original with the clerk of this couri either before service on the plaintiff's antorne} or im-
me-dialeui thereafter: olhervise a default will be entered against .ou for Ihe relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
DATED: January 3. 20115.
Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court
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